Suwannee Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028422/00309
 Material Information
Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: November 11, 1965
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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: UF00028422:00309
 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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Due To Open .}.: ... Jill. '" 3 Questions To Be JWU Decided

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In December School VoteThree
major new fertilizer dis ,\ Z .. .
tribution center Is being "" ,

constructed in Live Oak by; If" ,.ft' .I elections on school Issues age of 10 mIlls A recent opinionby that the present school trustees 1
the Armour Agriculture will be held In Suwannee Attorney General) Earl ...Ir- Jack Btopham. John Chambllss. I
Chemical Company of Atlanta County on December T, accordingto cloth defines a "freeholder" eligible and Walter E.: Roberts recommended ,
on U.S. 90 West Superintendent of Public Instruction to vote In a school mUlsg e that Suwannee County
L. W. Jones, district manager Henry B Folsom election as any Qu.ntlf'd'oter voters be given the opportunity to
says the new facility U belnc constructed 1' A Voters will decide on whetherto who owns real or personal property -. abolish their office. Th Board
In recognition of the abolish the three-man boardof subject to taxation on January .. of Public Instruction voted Saturday
growing Importance of tile agrt school trustees, then (In case 2, 1965. Oct. I'. to put the question
cultural economy In this area the office does not become voted ralrcloth said $h.t U Is nol t on the ballot
The new Armour unit will offer from existence) they will have necessary In every case that a Folsom said that the necessity
bulk fertiliser and a completesoil an opportunity to vote on candidates person have paid property, tax s of advertising the proposal to
I" and crop management *er. for school trustees. to qualify to vote In a schoomlllsge aboHih the trustees, as requiredby
vice Including soil tettlnf. tissue Also, freeholders will vote on a election.Superintendent. law, caused the delay In the
testing, custom fertiliser appll proposed school tax district mill- Folsom said school election, to December.
cation pesticide and technical: Most counties In Florida held the
assistance In their we.. II trustee and mlllsge election on
The new acuity win Include a 4 Suwannee County 4-II'ers November t. with the election on
900-ton capacity bulk warehouse, state constitutional amendments. \
a new bat and storage warehouseand Dual County voted November
dispensing equipment for Ar- Arc To Represent Florida :3 to do away with the school trustee
mour anhydrous ammonia and. poiltlon. as other counties tn t;
nitrogen solution Florida have done since 1M7,
A railroad spur connects: with At Chicago EXIHJlitlml With the Minimum FoundationLaw

he warehouse and JJ.OOO-gaUon Three Suwannee County boys who were members of the passed by the 1I4T Florida
nitrogen tank. Offices are also Mrs. B. W. (Lam. Iletveniteci in reeetvee a ,..... fee- her Utamllng tervlee In lbs departmentf state champion ".11 livestock judging team will attend Legislature Folsom said, school I
betas constructed at the site reereaUea faeltltlee In this. art*. Mrs. HelveMten, she |Mt retired a* chairman ef the Uv Oak- the International Livestock Exposition in Chicago trustee districts' were' consolidatedInto
The Armour center has S50 fee leaving the county In which they lay.
........ County Beereatten Beard, to presented the award by C.Mly Ommlaslener. lunar Hassock here Sunday Nov. 21 with Assistant
of highway frontage Just west of County Agent Fret In other words, each county was '.
Suwannee Valley Oas Inc. The left, and CKy Conncibnan Neman' Fretenun. The sorprle award was preornted at the home of new DeVane.Klah one trustee district served by
lot extends back III feet en the recreation beard chairman. Mrs Teen (Martha) _,. II....' night Democrat Staff FheU) Cubanks, Oovan Knight three elected, school trustees.
eastern boundary and IU feet and David Paulk will make the This caused a duplication of
on the west side according to trip, along with Jack Castro of Jaycees I Hear I duties of till unpaid position of
Curtis SenteO. construction *u. Scott Kelly Speaks American Education Leon County u the Florida school trustee. Previously each
Week Nor. 7.13 Judging team to compete In the trustee bad considerable control
pervisor.The manager of the plant baa Live Oak Plaza Begins Business Sawanne Cevnly *ch-*lehOdren Rational 4-H livestock Judging Urge To Support over the management of schoolsIn I
not yet been named. and teachers are par Contest at the exposition. his district. When the smaller
The distribution center is CelebrationFour tkinatlng each day this week Also to attend the Chicago School :Petitions districts were In effect, wiped ,
scheduled to be Completed to December With Grand Opening .m American E4.csll..ft Week meeting ls Olenda Haas, prert- out Us trustees main functions
and an open house pro aeeordmg to >. iiUlng Frln dent of the UcAlptn 4-11 Club Live Oak Jsycecs Tuesday were duplicated by the Boards of
tram Including refreshments and Uve Oak businesses began operation at their elpal O. n. ..1...... who will compete with other heard Louie C. Wadiworth urge Public instruction or the supertn I
door pities, will be held In Janu new locations in Live Oak Plaza with Thursday morning's .Invest In Learning" b theMltanal 4-ll'ers for the national food that they adopt as a project the tendon!. 1
ary. Grand Opening celebration A good-sited crowd attendedthe theme ef this year'sMoeatten preservation award. Otenda has completion of petitions to tall an Folsom said that the, main
Armour Agricultural) Chemical fete, Scott Kelly, gubernatorial Week 1'1.' ....." 1 been recognised u the top Florida election In Buwsnnee County to functions of the Buwannee County
Company ls a manufacturer aM'distributor candidate. from i.akeland itriuta the Importance of e duca. thra 1t. and each day Is set 4-H Club member In food preset decide on the Issuance of about school trustee" U to recommend -
of fertilisers and crop : : ---L---------- lion-in-Florida today -- --- adds to emfluulse an area ef vstlon competition.' II, million In school bond. for the school &rim....
protection. chemicals for forma Kelly aim remarked that the learning sack aa deveUolnggod She win leave to attend the exposition construction and equipment of Also, the trustee recommend
home lawn and garden use. It is w Increased business anticipated a' eltlsentJtlp. or .altlvaltonof on November !' and return county schools. the hiring of school personnel,
1 II subsidiary of Armour and Company the Flue would be a boon to Su the InteUeet.Uve December I. Wadiworth. who was a member but this Job to practically .a form
the Chicago-based ill....- wane a County'seconomy.AQ Oak Mayer 4. MarvinFhllllra. Castro U a substitute for Aubrey of the School Hoard ,Advisor silly only. /\
.. tkmal chemicals foods and In- during the day Thursday Doves-wee. Berne, the Doff member of the champion I Committee which Investigated the .dust W producte eo ..P.1 ; shFfnTff continued to crowd the needs Edveallon '-...... Buwannee County team who needs of county schools ,.."U,.
wr new locations of Bears. WtnnDixie. and varieos ether otfMale and cannot leave hU studies at take ...Idh.." the bonds would covet
MoCroryX and Sherwln- bodies hav* proelalmod. MMStlon alt, Junior College. to make the wort recommended by the Advisory William MirthAppointed
QTHINKING Willies te 'sample the Grand Week as s Ua fer _.... trip. Castro was the third high mdividual Committee to prepare fluwsnnee .
Opening bargains and look over ena to vMt ...*... and he Ice In the slat. Judging eonteat. County schools for se School I
LoUD f the stores' new locations.Chamber emu wile lair ,.".... sad eftldUation.
OUT of Commerce President ,.......... Kuwait/Me' County placed see He said that the major' problem
and In Judging contest at the Fiscal Officer '
With ..... C. WadeworthThere's Lamar Hancock gave a facing Suwannee County today -
coming address at the event saying Tampa State Fair In February of war the condition ef physical
that the. developers of Live Circuit Court (fte* Ill GROIT: tags II e.... "JATCru Pag II William C. Ill AlrUi was appointed
A Hustle. Oak PlaIa. Invested their I fiscal officer for Buwan-
In th* near 19 years I have been time energy aria money In this Awards net County schools by the school
connected with. this newspaper I development .because they realise Damages Cattlemen Will Hear CooperativeAt board st their meeting last Tue*.
do not recall a Urn where there that we la .......... County' are day, Alrth succeeds DUI Burch.
was th* bustle and bustle evident en the threshold of even greater Of $20,000 who resigned from the position
In businesa to this dty today. things." I Special Tuesday Meeting' I Here I September M.
As en* put It this week. Today Each of the four stores now. In Mra. Hennr Marie Glisaon He to currently district one supervtsar -
who wand to WORK I and The Suwannee County Cattlemen's In a Issued to mem of motor vehicles basedPvnsaaola.
any person Use Oak fleas bad previously W. )1. Gliason her husband
It Is only those who ww I, Association wul> meet Tuesday beta of the cooperative. Kahn t.. In a position he- has
can get a Job. MIl to operation In the down were awarded $10,000
sjuaUfy what Job they can d* er ------1 town area. I each in circuit trial at T.IO: pm at the ConFVUWorth plaited that people In Florida eat held for about two year A naive
a court hear V, S. Good and U. S
, who difficultym Building to a program more Choke of Suwanne County Alrth
wffl do experience
( ) elM FtAZA, Pate Si) last Thursday In I suit
finding steady and good employment by the Buwannee River Cattle Beef than to produced here. Floe will return' to the school financialJob
today. North Florida Tele- Cooperative Ins President Charles Ida cattlemen enjoy the sdvsn. wMch beeomee effective .Kovembtr -
This la good for when people At Council Meeting pone Company, accordingto haves urges that in members tale of IIM to 13 per hundredweight I I'. )
an busy there I* tees Urn to sit Circuit Court Clerk La- attend the meeting. premium/ ever mld-wes He and his wife Elisabeth, have
round and feel sorry for oneself vaughn Sessions.The An officer In th* Suwannre prime for comparable grad cat three child,",. Kay his daughter.
and t* find fad with what City Parking Meter Heads To Be Ollsoon claimed damage River Cooperative recently ....1IId U*. .U teaching" school M the Orlandoarea.
those who an ceding are dome.Se resulting from Mra. Oliacon'i fall a newt release on the potential of A second factor affecting th* W. C Jr., U a student ataetsonvule
It Is good that this spirit dIns Removed 2-IIeur Limit Discussed In th* telephone. company build- th* C.IUlIndIUtrf In Florida. economy of feeding eatll in FlorIda University', and Hal
.n.se activity prevaOa ben ; Ing's lobby an November I. INI. Florida eettlmm yen reslise! inInereas can be seat" In more fsvorablefreliht W ls enrolled at North Florida
ad H to to be hoped per earnmaoity The Live Oak City Council Tuesday night voted to remove The day before a suit was tried In profit from an accelerated rates."The Junior Coheres Madison
wffl prom.. and to which lean Terry asked for program ef feeding cattle ,' previously considered" .shorbiteitl Ankh to a retired lieutenant
the head from parking meters downtown put damage from Fanner Srrvtooa according to Marvin' Kahn. freight rate an grain commander In the U. .. Nary andgraduate
I heard a discussion between to.ami them in storage. Several' downtown merchants attended (.. COURT tare K) treasurer' of the cooperative. le CATTLCMCM. Fare ItSuwinnev a el the University of
bartniss awn and atty *.nMads !- the meeting to diacuaa the parking problem according to Florida In buetneta administra
as to the perttng sttaatton fa 4arvov. Perry. ally clerk tion.
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this ctty Tttesoay BSJM.. TDWVwaa ( Tn f..bt1Jt.tan. urN I High MajorettesJMiJs I In other.aeiten at the meeting
dlrlded ...... On mrcfaaat .. enforce a two-hour free parkIng me Know snare approvea in.paluoe *
thought the dUaUon was Marine From Here : limit downtown was dmcu e aklgM as It now Is. one wanted but no action was taken Th : ; supervisor for the *ouny. oe
two how free parking and a third KilledIn mayor and chief of ponce plan M AJ&e m I t subject to th* approval .,
wanted lie meters put beck tn. I I Reported study poatlMIlU the city can federal funds which. have been
About an that was aceompttsh- I adopt to provide adequate parktog. polled for.IVhitty,
, ed WM a anouoa that the meters Viet Nam I "
be removed frora th* stands and Zoning Cceamtorion Member
carried' to the bam for repair. Dennis Smith. 27-year-old Louie Wsdtworth asked. the Is New
Jeanlmr and ....... The mayeesod corpora! In the UJS. Mario Council to consider regulating theterms .
asked. M of office. of Zoning Conv> j'A' ,
chief er po&e wen Corps ... killed In action r IM Acting Assistant
com up with a Han for two boor mission asembrra As It stands
In the Viet Nam conflict on
now. hen a person to appointed
officials recacnisv October :SO, It waa reportedthis to the OBBsmlojton be earl resaainto ,
city r + '- County Agent
the key to any piaa I II enforcement week.Smith after Indefinitely
I think tt sMtten very tale the son of Mr and Mrs. I. M. trees chat board r It was annowuwd last week
what plan to ....... Booster S. SsMth of Use Oak. chairman and Superintendent : hut !toast{ B. Whitiy has been
Stock enf ortMnent. to recponslMe warn a graduate of DouglaM High Henry FoUom eked. the Coanetito pprifiled acting tMlstanl county
to math of the discontent School and bad been tn the Ma-! open. a road from the Bradford .. e a I genf for ....allM Courtly, work*
1Od&,. row lor akoot four year aeeontteg Road to Ih* May Road behind tag to the .ne* *f County Agent
It to hoped that th* plan do- to .. K. Baa of th* BM, Fin View' Sehoot: to retires school Paul Crews.Whmy .
wised. wit at lest Improve partJn and lUfl PttMnl. Horn here. K* traffle cong.*ue i. Cownctbnen Is IM1 graduate of
ta UM dn...... area. and wa ... renrvd to SwwMtwe County. said they would check' into right a 4 I the University of FtofkU with s r
carry wish It definite tueUw- MUUary semeee wffl b* held I'.I'' of way nrobtesa and consider the .,.1 I k S. .*.,.. m agrioultMr. B*. ,i
sear and a drvnsunauon Mar at New lethal AM 1. Church' at Ngr.aL fie weak to lice Oak h* was a
face whatever rale are ........ I ,a. Sunday and burial wffl beto Lets II and I* to Block: 17, act ; i .. renMn *f veterinary drags Inbe
ItaMton Cemetery.The the earner of Whereas Streetnd teals ar...
n to hoped Old eme ceramMUonabith late Marine's father eats Ohio ....*. were. fe..sorted flFiJ I A native of lee Whltly' WM for
.-... wig tats with the eoooty and at the Uv I from reaMenaal .. mmmnttil at ; seven year beef and dairy salti
4vej age of tote sprit of pr..- Oak National O.ard Ara. < grin to reafir .... M projects He to the On reverted. cnsnaCrfrom ..... of the aww CesnasercteJBaakhwOdtog. for Boy* IN Martoma.He .
that win aaaterlalSr assist tn tb SvwmnnM. CMoaCy M UW MM bis wife, Mary Ruth.
eWetufoiiBt *. lie mauivinn Ttet ham .... tlnrmaf ponses sac atmtk.. I ant their lw. boy* reside. at 1401
Other anTvtvnn ....... fear teed to attend a andy seems .4 -- --- ...... Assess to Uv oak
pr'nt e1rteH. 10M Ram L Smith, IC.II UkeCtty laMr 0IIII'Ie' lretim. .. Tbe
rtles .dray th* ...... Rood w..n bestir and ides snM nee bibefeW. Janet AAeti.tea primary reepmatblUtlea ef
OHM tm**. and Mrs her U-3C and action WM lake
and Mary the

.Irmee 1bM Mtn aew county eOleer wOl beertmg
rn lnB4alnJ4 Jnaerl.. CUeu1. tVbhl MsafjT...T liked, .........). Sandy F 44M and iWo Nasal
am a ...... to w'Ia .. M Ana** U Davis of Ue Oak. and advertise for bid on) twe> new salt 4-H Clubs In the
.' Itln T7rl lEl. Pus h .... 1 nape ii t>rati lasioal" lemss.ntM/. iPimcceal a f .....| *.unr, SMordlng to Crews' office



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EDITORIAL It Happened In


Suwannee County, Florida

Veterans Day.. FrontBy 191519101955Taken

Today, November 11, is Veterans Dayin Hill to'Flei' Me, and recognize that the alternatives t Doyle E.

the United States. to obedience of democratic laws ConnerFlorida From The Filet Of

It is a day of tribute to all Americanswho are anarchy or dictatorship.We I

have put their lives at stake to pre- salute DeFuniak Springs in West farming's first cousin, THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT _

serve our free way of life, and to those Florida, which hasn't missed a Veterans the phosphate Industry, is experiencing I I

Americans who are now engaged in a Day celebration since its beginning as Arm- some Interesting develop fort for
ments these days 1915 to save himself from falling day a meeting which will tea
ghastly, unfamiliar struggle in the Jung- istice Day after World War I, Walton First, there Is the flourish ol brothers young Harrell was taken with him: ture a speech on national rearm.

les of Viet Nam to halt the spread of County, of which DeFuniak Springs is the activity at the newly developed Arch, of and Live Harry Oak, Burnett are being held- to the cellar. Both men were ament by U S. Senator Claude

communism.We county seat, probably has as well-known a phosphate mining field near Jasper on a charge of first degree mur- badly bruised and Olisson was Papper. Also to be heard will b.
encourage the active observance of reputation of proud patriotism as any and White Springs in North der In the shooting of James knocked unconscious. Colin English superintendent of

Veterans Day as a salute to American military county in Florida. Florida. Commander at the fair grounds education for the state

personnel, as a belief in the American We also salute North Miami Beach, I Then, there Is the disclosure ofa Thursday evening The victim was The Ethel rooming house, the --

Way, and as a signal to "pacifists" both in whose Veterans Day program this "chemical breakthrough" which a fair worker with Johnny J, Suwannee Oarege and a great Miss Louise Taylor, home demonstration
year would result in cheaper and easier deal of personal property were I agent for the
the United States and abroad who would will include Jones shows and a native of Norfolk county
a parade of 40
marching world-wide shipping of phosphateIn destroyed Friday morning by afire said that exhibits for girls and
have us cease our traditional struggle and the Pensacola Naval Air Command the form of a highly concen- Va returned the of undertermined origin. women will be accepted at thi
grand jury
against tyranny and oppression a signal Choir. trated superphosphorlc acid. murder Indictment against both tent on the fair grounds Thur -

that the vast majority of Americansare Let's have some flag-waving in Suwannee This state has been the world's men Wednesday of this week. day, Friday, and Saturday of shay
cognizant of the glorious history of County today phosphate mining center for decades Evidence presented showed that 1940Funeral week.

American fighting forces from Bunker but most of the activity one of the Burnett brothers and rites for Brantley
was in Polk and Hlllsborough Commander were seen In the Walker Helvenston. 74. who died Four Negroes plead guilty to
Counties of Central Florida. presence of a woman named Ruby I of a heart attack in Jacksonville various breaking and entering
About For many years, authorities as- Williams on the night of the I Monday were held Wednesday charges at a special ter'mof < .
I i aimed that outside those two death. Miss Williams Is being afternoon by the Rt. Rev Frank cult court Monday morning "itii,

Tint counties you could scrape Just held under $500 bond as a wit- A. Juhan, Episcopal Bishop of Judge Hal W. Adams of Mayo '>)
o about as much phosphorus off ness, as the trial Is expected to Florida, at the St. Lukes Mission. the bench.
the head of a match as you could He was a pioneer Suwannee Coun- a
U Saii And come up in this term of court.
mine out of the ground Witnesses say that the Burnett ty citizen churchman Mason, 1955
A few disagreed and kept educator, and businessman.
brothers approached Commanderat
That Suwannee County's present division
Ing. One of these was lOOk-j
the exit of the fair groundswhich Into county
Corporation of Florida ."..A_ .I.A. mn.A._v._ with_.... .film_. ... .lion. The sixth annual Suwannee. districts has been challenged
)late 1964 became County Fair
satisfied that will officially open
Commander left the
scene the circuit
Rlack Scandal Lousy Job Altitude there was a rich phosphate field and returned with a fellow fair Monday morning on the large lot of a petition putting the the board filing
running through Hamilton County one block east of the court house on
worker A scuffle followed. In
notice that It should
Ordinarily, we would not think of commenting There might be less demand for federal assistance of|which Jasper >Is tthe county which It is alleged that Commander Featuring the exhibition this year ed or cause shown why be the redlsrlct-

in these columns on a mayoralty race In the na to our youth if there were a better Job attitude seat.Occidental's. was shot by both Burn- will be community exhibits with should not direct that It tbe done court

tion's !largest city, New YOI:, The power struggle on the part of the nation's young men and I optimism appar etts. There were two wounds In reservations made thru Thursdayfor The suit 1s a common law
of big-city political machines Is too involved, and women. ently has paid off for the flrrr his body, one in the back and one 14 booths from neighborhoodsof and Is based on state law

too mucky underfoot for us. But because there Is All too many young job seeker. between the t has just announced already approach its total $5f Investments In the neck either of which the county. I court decisions which say district and

an impending election to choose a new mayor for the doctor says would have been shall be
ages of 20 and 30 divided as nearly
apparently are more interestedin I million Including the Suwan- Live Oak and Lake City meet In *
the City of New York, one of the most sickening fringe benefits and pensions fats) practical along population lines
plans than in what, nee River Mine a $30 million their annual football claulc on
scandals In recent history is being suppressed, and used to be called "making good." chemical plant adjacent to the Reeves Field Monday afternoon at County Commissioner Thomas

that scandal Involves this community's taxpayers Once upon a time a young man approachedthe mine, and Its research and development Arthur Harrell of Live Oak and 3.30.: An annual affair on Armistice i E. Musgrove of District One filed
quite as much as New York City As far as we're Allle Olisson of the petition Musgrove's district Is
business world with high hopes and a high resolve center In Lakeland. In Dusting Park Day for many years, this
concerned, it won't wait for discussion until the to'contribute addition .there Is a 3-mllllor narrowly escaped serious Injury year's game will bring together by far the largest In population
something to his chosen line of In the
politicians New York and Washington are ready. work to shipping terminal for phosphate this morning about 10 o'clock two teams whose season's record county
; his
prove ambition and ability and thus
The fact Is that Washington has spawned this under construction In Jackson when they fell down the steps in rests on the outcome of the bat
disgrace through one of its monstrous poverty programs qualify for promotion and the rewards of a job vllle some 85 miles east of the the court house leading to the eel. tle. Jerry Doke of Alachua Countywas
welldone. lar. approved by the Board of
mine was sitting on the I
in New York City's Harlem known as liAR-
YOU-ACT. Last week Livingston Wingate, execu- Nowadays local businessmen say, there seems It should be safe to say the new railing at the head of the stairs More than 400 school: teacher County Commissioners for the
to be an indifferent attitude on the part of young North Florida field will have quit' when young Harrell came up to members of the Suwannee Education position of assistant county agent'
tive director of that organization, told the
press people seeking employment They are not par- an Impact on what already is th'world's him In a playful way Olisson became Association will gather at the Tuesday. The appointment 1s sub
that an armed group of Negro youths in the area overbalanced efi i ject to the approval of the State
most and in school
productive mlnlnr
ticularly Interested in what an auditorium In Live Oak to-
they can do for an I
is "prepared to die" in a struggle against white area. Spokesmen for Occidental! I Board of Control.
employer; they want to know what he do for -
people, "The kids are armed and ready to move expect the mine to Increase to a I ,
School-d; ;
he said, Insisting that only his anti-poverty program them.Older rated capacity of 3 million ton THE PROWLER ? The unanimously .
was stopping them. But what the executive workers who have lived through depression annually and the chemical plantto I I approved a motion to provide

director did not tell the press Is that New York City are willing to give as well as take; and 050,000 tons. VJ ; 25 per cent of construction costs *

police have identified more than three hundred of they take pride In their work once on the Job An estimated 1,000 persons were for new headquarters for the Live

these armed Negro youths as being "employed" by It's easy to blame the kids for this attitude; employed In Florida's phosphate Oak National Guard unit Tues

HARYOU-ACT. These three hundred known reci- and certainly we are not going to hold them Industry before the Suwannee r+ y. $ day. Under the agreement the (
River Mine was opened. Occidental county would provide a sum up to
pients of weekly pay checks from government funds blameless for their laziness or their beatnik aloof expects to have 100 personson 140,000 for the new armory's con
have been trained In the fine arts of rioting, demonstrating ness from economic reality. struction.
Its Hamilton County payroll
looting:, sabotage assassination and But it's the older generation which set them alone making phosphate mln- -
armed V- by Cuban and Chinese Communist agitator up for this People now entering the labor mar- Ing that county's largest Industry. Mike Tsaertoe was honored by

!To head off a Los Angeles-type riot in New ket have lived in a world which saw a procession Several other large companiesare the local Klwanis Club at their

York Washington has been paying blackmail mon- of "welfare state" legislators virtually tell them reported to be Inspecting or meeting Wednesday and presented .

ey, weekly to Identified goons Decent Negro votersin that the world owes them a living and promulgate prospecting! In the rich new phosphate with a framed certificate for
New York City are appalled. Police officials are or sanction measures that deadened Initiativeand discovery his long service to Live Oak and
desperate.Any incentive. The Central Florida phosphate Suwannee County

properly constituted Congressional Committee Laws were passed making It all but Impossible Industry is making great progress
In waste control and restoring Byrd Marshall, state president
has only to ask fpr, New York City Police for people to undertake gainful
employment; minimum mined areas with more than $33 ,, of the Junior Chamber of Commerce. -
Department files And'ask, it should, Even one additional wage laws made It uneconomic for employersto million spent by the phosphate will make his official visit

day of paying ,tribute to goons out of the hire the inexperienced: excessive taxes have companies on air and water waste to the Live Oak club Thursday

public treasury Is flue day too long. made private enterprise and plant expansion a control measures. President Ben Oilmore said this

Listen to Mr. Wlngate's parting remark to the luxury;; biased labor laws have made featherbedding Similar efforts In the North week

press: "Believe me, my community Is loaded with and loafing on a job respectable; and billionsof Florida field will make the Industry

dynamiter. These kids don't give a damn dollars have been poured Into the effort to sustain a thoroughly welcome new E. K. Hamilton T. J. Known
I've talked to police. They're scared, they know the those who don't want to work, factor In the economy of the area. and II. E. Vann were named to

facts. If I tell you too much.. 111 be the late Win- Meanwhile, In a period of Besides this now gives some the Board of Trustees of Suwan-
comparative prosperity times-cool North Florida a year- nee County schools In a light vote
gate. many of the nation's youth have been round of Its 'own to "har Tuesday.
New York City has by reputation, the finest crop I
having a ball on money they didn't earn; and vest". f''V .
city police department In the world That depart- their preparation for adult life has all too often Kind words are the music ol

ment ought not to be subverted by political black- consisted of college training they weren't capableof Maybe I'm particularly anxious the world.

mail money paid out of the U, 8. Treasury. assimilating or which played second fiddle to about this sort of thing In the

Washington County Newt their college life. mmediste aftermath of a tour of
a a South American farming area.
; :
a result of automation work may some day
but I was gratified to hear of the
Ca tro', .Folly? become unimportant. But that day Is a long way Miami-Dade County Chamber of
off; the fruits of labor are still sweet. And there Commerce's plan to create a
As we read of',the present exodus of Cubans will be competition for jobs for the foreseeable "language bank" for foreign businessmen THE

from their native Island to the United States, with future. needing Interpreters
their dictator's blessings we can't help but wonder Youngsters who wish to be In the running had when they visit our state. WSHISW

if Castro even tho' far from being the best better get their feet back on the lroundFPmanclJna It seems that 30 chamber members ,

dressed and best looking, Isn't actually the smartest Beach Newt-Leader have volunteered their time
and language for 1' SHOT ?
man In the Western Hemisphere today, by the bank. knowledge use t. IS

After shooting whenever possible for
An ex-butler Is now a postman. He Is still Pooling their talents they offer -
several years the bearded dictator suddenly announces -
lingual assistance to those
thrilled by people coming to the door when HE:
that any of his people who want to come rings Punch visitors who speak Spanish Por-

to the U 8. may do so Instead of being dubious a ;uguese, German. French Oreek

concerning this sudden change of heart our government Flemish and Dutch.

hastens to give him all-out assistance to Learn to think for yourself; only will you Florlda'a Increasing International -
be able to live trade and this Is quite
aid the migration. as a real human being
_bll."t M ....t..It.._ _. _
From what we hear from some who have seen -
It Imperative for us to establish t
the first of these arrivals, many of them step out The Suwannee DemocratOF smooth and accurate communicatiON -
of boats looking u though stepping from a bandbox with those who would deal

the women with clothing most American observers LIVE with UI.Rfmember.
s envy and the men with wallets crammed
with American dollars. Most of the new arrivals "/n the Heart of JW Suwnn Ricer Y ll-r" the good old. simple, Need

atop In Miami taking over the better jobs from BANNER fresh potato? They keep doing a new or late-model car for reliable winter driving?
Consolidated LEADER new things to It that make It difficult

Americans both white and black, most of them scoffing -
Established 1884 August 7. 1887 Established UM to remember the days when Bring your auto financing to the Commercial
at menial tasks, preferring to live off the beneIlclence hbllahed Every Thursday at rin Censer !Street! you found them In only one place Bank. Our

of the U, 8, dole Most of the men are the low-cost Auto Loan '
trained as sugar cane workers but few of them. Louie Wadsworth ................" Publisher Back in produce 1940. according bin. to the may save enough to pay your auto

we're'told move out to the glades to assist with T. A, Leonard, Jr. ............................ Editor V. 8. Department of Agriculture insurance.

the cane harvest. Clara S. Wadsworth ........ Associate Editor only 3 per cent of the national

Not only U Castro getting rid of the aged and Walter Lee Olive .... Advertising Manager potato crop went Into such processed -

Infirm saving his government the cost of taking George T. (Pete) Wright.... Shop Foreman products as chips shoestring

care of them or of Incurring the dlapleuure of other Second Class Postage Paid At Llv* Oak. Florida *, pancakes, puffs, etc.
By 1M3. the processed portion
nations by shooting them, but ls also getting rid
SUBSCRIPTION Suwannee County $4.00 jumped to 39 per cent of the total
of his opposition thus prepetuatlng himself In RATES Outside Suwannee County $5.00 crop, thanks to many new uses"

power even with elections. No doubt he Is also ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS Payable In AdYanteNnmmOPI It Is now estimated then are'
mixing In a generous number of supporters to more' than 50 products on the

keep him informed aa to what the Americans art market that are derived from UM

doing and possibly to act as saboteurs or revolutionaries blah potato. COMMERCIAL BANK
should the need ever art e for such. ] lib"

But Dade County shouldn't complain.! In a e Amanlta Merely a bite. or two from the I OF LIVE OAK
the socaned"destroylnt
be to
year or two they'll probably permitted vole I
angel", LIVE OAK
and Cubaml can really dictate Ilorlda politics violent stomach-ache breakdown cause FLORIDA

Montietllo News .f blood eUa. and finally death.




Amos ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON gyAtfr Ja..lh.r j Dowling Park And Aciiritles/ From

.. AMM 1.* ,
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I Group Learns CENTERBy


Advent Christian Homo This Saturday from 1 to 8 p.m day* dance. There will be an-
volunteer fire department has the facilities In the Recreation other dance after the footbAll
completed a four-week course In Center building will be availablefor game Friday and one Saturday
n rural fire defense conducted by girls only under the supervision from 8 to 11 p.m. The "r.ad
M C. O Howell county ranger with of Mr Roy Sullivan. Saturday Knight w'111 play this week end
the Florida Forest Service morning. the building will
Nine members of the Bowling be open for all users. and the Mr. B W Helvenrton III was
Park group received certificates outside area will be available for presented a plaque by Lamar
at the course' last session last all during the day Hancock on behalf of the Boardof
Amoa ananl maaaafa of doom .to Ha attacks Ua amply formatlam offollowad Amos vtaualliaa 1 the I'' ,at; toe itidamafinr Tha Book of Amoa anita h |wrullOradaa. \'
by aparifta OMunclatxna of worahip and th* W..ury of ma rich tile tend: ors daxrartnc till ......... nbulldlnc. rapMrin Thursday. They: were trained In County: Commissioner and
aavaral natlona. last la<1.-. Mia M comnu ta tile dire .... of tile .aarth Cad aundlnir at 8 wall with aplumblm sad pumunt" a ooo mar fertile map reading, hand tools. weather Exercise classes are held on Norman Protsman on behalf! of
tondamnaUoa. of Uraal .la mora aavar* poor U potnun out lha fuUllty of for Judtn lone a >ukt land from whlck. the, will nav.r effects on fires backfiring techniques Monday. Tuesday: and Thursday the City of Live Oak at the Monday
kaeaiua of .kar apaetai raUtlonahlp Mt mal ....... and hopa andar auck of fruit Irwhvang th* and; CM .gM' upmatad prwnlaa bractswith
and how to combat brushfires. evening from T:30: to 9. with no board meeting for her contribution
Cod who had taught bar tII. .tuna. k. wane of woraa jifdfaar daatrovtnc tha mix 'u.ry and th* futunro.tnnt"n, Amos I K IVOOLPKN
holy < Mr brukaa.Amoi I, t, mart U oema. .Anwa.- WW1IIIlfpor&> .Amoa t.1-'.?. TEXT: Amos I at.Pastor's Howell said cost to participants to recreation activities
Those finishing the eighthourcourse here for the past II :year

were Rev, Pomeroy Carter Reservation of the Center is
John Moxley, W, A. Snyder without cost as the only thing One family: reunion two birthday -
I Pine Level Randy: Ttpton Ellis Downs Taft required to prevent a Janitorial parties and one scout outlns
Cornerby Newman. Herald Duckworth M. fee U that the area be cleared of were held during the past week at

I Walter Kersey: of Auburndal Lester Baxter who U stationedat C Voyles, and Orady: Out.hall. trash and bottle after u eMelroM the Center
KEY. EWELL JOHNSON visited Mr and Mrs L. P. Fort- Ft Jackson 8. C. 1s spendingtwo They" all received a copy of the
Fire Fighter Oulde, compiled by A double spigot for drinking
PASTOR. WESTWOOD BAPTIST ner Friday; and his mother Mrs.Mae week at home with his pars Elementary School of
CHLRCHworn the Forest Service water has been Installed at tin
Lake City; Is scheduled to bring
Whlteaell. returned home enti Mr and Mrs Ellis Baxter
: saintly or sinful? match three million Americans with him after spending several Mrs. Clara Belle Sapp and Howell said that the Branford three classes to visit the Center court area for tennis and baakU-
Enlightened mankind with the get ulcers every year and that ten weeks here with Mr. and Mrs.Fortner children attended revival service Fire Department will completethe playground today: sThursdayt.The ball player
S3urdsy a s
flower of gentile budding on every thousand deaths are caused by at Beulah Church Monday and same course on November
limb and the security: of an ever this disease annually? AU age Rev, Charles Johnson of Perry Tuesday nights week begin basketball
: Hit An
escalating standard of living and groups have their own particular was dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs : night with a birthday: pars registration\ for grade & and 6. ) iii CattleAndrew
t learning riling like sap In the corpus of worry that earns then Melvin Sapp Sunday: Rev and Mr*. Barnett of Pompano ty Forma may be picked up at the Walker Live Oak recently
springtime still find Itself hopelessly the merit badge of pseudo-suc Mrs W. B. Drkle and baby. attended services at Pine Mr, and Mr. H. M Moore attended Center or at Pin View School purchased It registered
entrenched In the rutted cess Lire ulcer For some reason Lisa and Mrs. E J. Vlnlng of Level Church Sunday: and were revival sera'cer_ at Beulsh from Richard Sullivan grade 5. Angus cow and an Aberdeen-
road of worry like a virus In the we Americana are on an endless Jacksonville were supper guests of M.dinner guest of Mr end Mr*. II Church Thursday night Those playing must have the permission Angus bull from HilldaW Ranch,
bloodstream. Infectious worry can binge of demonic hell-bent Mr and Mra Drew Holmes Wednesday Moore Mr and Mrs Drew Holme visIted of their parent or guardian also of Live Oak
make the whole organism 111 Indeed worrying that shows no sign of night. Mr. and Mrs Drew Holmes Mr. J. H Reynolds Thursday Registration clour on November .
It does as it re-evaluates, reweighs abating Last year hospital employed Mr and Mr*. Drover Baxter of spent the week end In Jsckson- night 38. after which teams (Renew Your S.b.edpti.n)
and reappraise life's circumstances more people than car Kisslmmec spent Saturday; night rule visiting Mr and Mrs II. C. Mr and Mr. L. P. Partner visited will b* formed.Construction.
causing every facet makers and oil refiners combined with Mr and Mr*. Oscar Brim. Wood Mr, and Mrs. W R Holmes Mr, and Mrs Harry Lepper
of our mind to bend and submit Fifty-one: per cent of the patients Mrs Edward Fore Mrs. Bonnie and Mr. and Mr. W. B. Dekle Sunday: afternoon, on the basketball DO YOU HAVE AN
to Its selfish demands Worry: Is In our seven thousand hospitals Kellogg and Artls Oolden visited M J Lepprr and sons Michael Mr. and Mr. Jorgen Brorw I court W 1 expected to begin this Alcohol Problem?
demented concern. ute a run are suffering from other organic Mr and Mrs U P Fortner Monday and Albert visited Mrs Julia of Live Oak visited Mr and Mr. week. pending the arrival of goal
away locomotive sapping all of cause Many: of these can be : morning enroute to Qultman. Lrpper and Mr and Mrs Harry Drew Holmes Wednesday night : and supports Appreciation aid We now have In Live Oakan
the fuels energy and leaving It classified In that vague categorywe Oa Mrs Shirley Bennett of Lepper Saturday night Mr, and Mr. U P Further were ''ln construction goes to Fred AA Group ready to
constructive path for one of destruction call morry Thomaston. Oa. will return home Mr. and Mrs Arnold Hayes and supper guests of Mr and Mrs. n Glass, Dan Harrell. Dr. Wilton help you.
worry drains the physical Recently: we had 37.000 suicidesin with them for a few days: visit children of Cross City spent theweek P Hayes Saturday: night Kant, and A R Bruner
mental and moral energy: of one year. The citizens of our Mr and Mra Carl Tressler visited end here with Mr. and Mi* Revival services continue thru WRITE
mankind Yet concern properly "Great Society": consume more Mr and Mrs L. P Fortner B P. Hayes. Saturday night at Pine Level Completion of a regulationhorseshoe P. O. Box 591,
directed. can stimulate thought tons of aspirins per year than we Thursday: Mr and Mrs. L. P, Fortner were Church with Rev W II Anderson pit area was seen this LIVE OAK
will power and Intelligent decision use tons of fertiliser This points Miss Beth Ann Lepper spent dinner guests of Mr and Mrs pastor of Brlen Church asspeaker .week available for evening rise
to a great American headache BSunday with Louise Faye. and Edward Fore Sunday: ,, Rev. Charles Johnson 1 It from T:30 to 0. OR CONTACT YO unPh.lclan
Did you know that approxl- without considering all of the Joyce Hayes Miss Louise Hsye entertained" pastor, Everyone: Is Invited to at.I or MinisterIt's
----- .-- other prescriptions "pep" pills Mr and Mrs Elwood: Kolb returned several guest In her home Sat. I' tend the services. More than 200 attended nadir

sleeping tablets and tranquilizers to their home In Earllng- --
which are sold Unless we see ton. Pa Monday after spending
.If you were born In worry as a potential killer and a several days here with Mr and

November of an odd- positive crippler our facilities for Mrs Norman Anders
remedying the emotionally 111 will Mr and Mr*. Henry Turner
numbered year, renew have malting lists a decade long and family: of FV White spent sr

your drivers license within a few years Sunday: with Mr and Mrs Rufus Nma rir...
There Is the depressing convic Bastes 4
this month. tlon. In some of medicine moat

respected circles that most If not by the "Great Physician. the I u
all sickness I* traceable to one
Reece Brown healer of souls Worry; can wreck
source: tensive stress. Thus In a man'' health as completely: as I
spits of an the modem miracle
COUNTY JUDGE cancer, exeeane or communicable
drugs and surgical man's
,a practice diseases. But. If man
deepest maladies must be treated would remember that God U on r

the throne and that our body ls I

Wcar'cm morning noon and night the temple of the Holy Ohossurely .
he would refrain from so
They never lose their press! much eicesslve concern! a .
Can worry add a cubit to our
structure? Can worry bring back
C7 a loss Can worry make a square
e circle or change the color of a t e, .lie %
....:TareX man's skin? Will worry: alter the :
PLAIN WEAVE PREP SLACKS course of condition of matter
whle hart Immutable How often
ha worry caused the weather to ,
vary or death to be asuagi>d'
Obviously: worry cannot corrector
alter any of the above Worry y.ae .
'They're iron- .i
ftp imply: preoccupies us with 10 n 1 r't
while thty're, many superficial conditions thaw I
dry A:3.: 'kl mill the mark of concern for
the Important spiritual UMK of twp
/ life. Herein U its stnrutnew: It ,
cauusr man to miss the mark r'f I

physically: mentally and morally,
What ls the Christian solution

for worry* Without eirrption, 'p, ,, .)
Ii hi the application of a vtnto.
I Christ centered faith fine YltAl.1
FaraPros word of Ood not say ".....
\ I first the kingdom of led
lhee songs material ndt wU
be added unto you'? And again.
"N, Ood shall supply all your
need But her material

need are cwt man's rI'MtMt'

iwwd. Our minds, heart, and
I[ emotions gird to be tipmod to
I i Ood, aoeomoMMlaUmr' nature, an
applied trust, blunt Ood take
the Initiative. Surety God I* abU FUN..It's FLAMELESSElectric '
I to protect and provide If tie U
able> U aav.. When we learnt. r
/ take Ood at III word then webroom Cooking I. Cleaner, Cooler,
candtdatM for supfUUv
Bring to a worry free *tat*. Pastor, Safer, Choopor. tool I
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An automatic electric range adds ouch joy to

fee ru Mu.. ........rt rw.dswr living, and tod.tylt"10 much cheaper to go ALL .. '

-y electric Five major rate reduction have helped
...::.e ...wN1 I
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I Suwannee High Bulldog Band Cigarette Tax County Ranger Say -

Sinvannci cr Nets $8,503 Forest 'Service Aid Is AvailableFor
The City of Live Oak will receive -
; orew $8,503.33 In cigarette tax
High C monies, for according the month to Ben of Mor-September Prevention Of Woods Fires

Chatter + ris, director of the State Beverage County Ranger C. G. Howell of the Florida Forest

Department. week that increasing danger of
for Service, said this an for"st t
Branford receives $1,075
the same period. fires i l3 present with coming of fall, and warned land.

Total collection In Florida owner* to begin plans for farm and woodland fire pre-
By Gayle Brookins for September were 14.810,762 vention.
89 according to Morris 01 The presence of crop residues In -
ed should do so now
"A" HONOR ROLL which 13.323.647 Is distributed the fields and falling leaves in the
Control burning
On the "A" honor roll this six I among qualified municipalities woodlands is a signal to farmersto should also heavy be fire fuelareas >1
and the remainder to the start their woodland protection considered
three ninth trade goes
weeks were before the last minute rush
students, Nancy Edward, Calvin IT.: : Tr T- state general revenue fund. program Howell said Those who Suwannee County has

Goodlett, and Hugo J, Sotolongo; Other cities In this area receive have not had their flrellnes plow- dustries. The volume last :yea thr> '*3r
the following amounts i
tenth grade student, Patsy
one this purpose was 633 .
Palmer and two seniors, Donald Jasper. IU90; Lake City, 12. ion
; cubic feet a 2 cent
per lnc
Naural Gas Use :a&
Evans and Jants Freeman W 827,; $6,332.Band Mayo., 81,057; and Madison compared with" a 5 per cent cain

nation-wide according to the
"B" HONOR ROLL In Florida report.

Ninth Orade: Bradley Bashaw, Will Perform "Electric plants using 92 4 mil
Janice Black Jeanie Cheshire, lion cubic feet last year, .
Veterans Day Show Ahead Of Nation trad!
Brenda Crews, Melody Oaston tlonally make up the lat rat
The Suwannee High School
Debbie OUmore, Lawanna Glass, market for natural
Joyce Hayes, Robert Heath, Debra Band plans a special half.tlme.how Residential use of natural gas gas in Rise
Johnson, Ronnie Johnson, at the Palatka football game' in Florida moved up IS per cent Ida."Total
June Jones, Donna Killebrew, 4Ftf here Friday night in observance and commercial use Increased 35 state amounted consumption to in the
Scottle Law Nancy McDonald, of Veterans Day per cent last :year over 1963 the million
Buddy McOhln, Libby Moore, Band Director Fred C Turner Florida State Chamber of Commerce cubic feet last year, 4 per cent
Hank Ratliff. Marilyn Olive, says that patriotic music and pointed out in Its Weekly more than during the previous
Connie Reed Doug Townsend, Dl- .2 I ; : ,. reading quotations of great Americans Business Review released this year The national Increase *u
Ralette Wil will be featured during month. 8 per cent Total sales (In Florida
Waites, and
hams Music-makers in the green and white Snwann High School Band are shown, left-right, lint the show, dedicated to U 8 Florida's expended use of natural amounted to $101 million at point
sale"Bulldog 5
Tenth Grade: Peggy Alderman, row, Gall Deleft), Ginger Ross, Jonell Dunn, Nancy McDonald and Jeannie Poole; second row. Den- armed forces and American vete gas In residences and com of .

Lowell Avery, Sue Baxter, Eliza nis Young, Libby Brorsen, Linda Warren Calvin Route and Glnny ROM; third row, Debbie Gilmore sans mercial establishments farout-
beth Bray, Vicki Bretttngen, Sue Ban, Douglas Tucker and Mike Brace; fourth row, Jeff Poole, Charles Howes, Bubba Bowman, Also, Turner said the band strips national average-gains of To host

Martha Sue Dorsey, Gall Drawdy, Donald Tyre; fifth row, Russell Stapleton James Ratllff. Wally Weaver, Ronald Leggett and Terry will march Friday in afternoon a parade before downtownnext the lively per cent and J per cent respec Palatka Friday
Martha Evltt, Paul Garrison,
Danny Harrell, Elaine Holmes, Clarion; sixth row, Richard Champion John Boatrifht, Marilyn Kirby and Jeff Pierce: seventh Suwannee High Homecoming Last year's consumption in The Sowannee Bulldogs will
Stanley Hopkins, Linda Howell row, Drum Major Harvey Gilmore Jerry Slate. Richard Stover, and Band Director Fred C, Turner: football gameMcDonald. homes throughout the state came play!, Palatka here Friday night
Nannette Greene Susan James, eighth row, Don Sweeney, Larry Ellison Raleigh Brown, Wesley Silas and Tan Fletcher (Democrat ,. I to 114 million cubic feet and in following a week of rest U they

Diane Jenkins, Bonnie McLean, Staff Photo) Purchases .stores, restaurants, laundries and had n* game scheduled for
Olorla Nobles, Pam Parramore, the like to 18.1 million cubic feet NOT. 5.Palatka.
Miles Peaden, Larry Reeves, Gill, Phyllis Howland, Janey Taylor's Grocery "Growing more slowly was the la now tied for the
Jeanne Schmutz, Paul Snipes, Johnson, Carolyn Nott, and Susan Cancer Unit Will Forest Industry Leon' N. McDonald, owner of use of natural gas by Florida (n- conference lead after defeating
Owen Tomlinson, Beverly Vann, Pittman. Not Have Work Day Red ,& White Grocery on Helven- fire plow unit available for fire- Lake City last.week.
and Donald Watson Tuesday the election narrowedit Mr ston Street, purchased Taylor' line plowing on a first-come
Eleventh Grade: Frank Ray down to the top three: Mal'JAllee this week that the announced American Shows Progress Grocery last Friday from France first-served basis for any landowners Records of around 850000000
Allen, Janet Broughton, Martha Daniels, Janey Johnson, and Cancer Service Unit would Taylor requesting them. The first O. S. Savings Bonds are recorded
Ann Ellis, Hazel Fisher. Davis Susan Pittman not have a work day In Novem- Mrs. Taylor has operated the 15 minutes of plowing Is free of on microfilm by the Treasury Dt-
Hester, Charlotte Howard, Velma The Queen's court from the ber or December. Says Commission grocery there for the past two charge. This time is generally partment so that any Bond lost
Howard Martha Sue Howes, ninth grade up to the eleventh years and has sold the building adequate for a single line around stolen or destroyed may be re
Marilyn Kirby, Jerry Law, Mickey was also narrowed down to three Forest industries are more than equipment, and Inventory to Mc- 40 acres, or lines around a rural placed. This service II at no coat
Law Marilyn Saunders. Coula contestants who are: Lawanna keeping pace with Florida' rapid Donald. residence. to the Bond owner,
Tsacrlos, and Linda Warren. Class Jean Howard, and Jeanie Pro-Files industrial growth.According McDonald says that the name Additional flrellnes are plowed
Twelfth Orade: Judy Adams, Poole: Harriet Crouch Mary Alice to "Florida's New will be changed to Mart)', Grocery for. fee of $9" per hour, which

Janet Allbritton, Joan Anders, Harrell. and Vesta Skeen; and 8y anb -udykFOOTSAUS Industrial Plants lt<4" a recent but no definite plans have Is operation coat. Landownersare USE
Olenda Avery Oale Baker, Darlene Lynn Johnson Kathy Payne and report by the Florida De- been made for operation He opened urged to place their flrellne
Boden, Judy Boone Jeanette Judy Rosa The Queen's attendants : FlIlSr velopment Commission there for business Wednesday plowing as early as possible to FUCO
Brannan, Donna Burton, will be announced sometimethis CdJTERN were 85 new wood-using plants permit efficient scheduling of
Sylvia Cheshire, Mary Alice Dan week It has not yet been decided RQVIAG established In Florida last year, Health Officials. crews
iels, Betty Flowers, Becky Gill, when the Queen will be announced and eight major expansions As a The Forest Service crews will Brand
Harvey Gilmore, Lynda Oreene, result, some 1700 employees were ,To Have Program also assist landowners In plan.
Latrelle Harrell, Linda Hlngson, added to forestry payrolls. The Live Oak Parent-Teachers ling and executing control burn-
Vivian Johnson, Claudle Marie STUDENTS The total number of new manufacturing Association meeting Tuesday will In,. They will recommend the InsecticideFOR
McDonald, Shirley Mills Carolyn Juniors remember that you plants established In feature a program of Interest to proper technique and preparation '
Nott, Susan Simpson, Phyllis now have one more week to buy Florida in 1984 was 295 There all parents of school children, for control of the fire.
Stansel, and Linda Lou Starling your class rings, were 70 major expansions. according to P-TA President Bill Landowners are urged to contact BEST RESULTS
Also, students In clubs and organizations Some of the Industries regarded Bavltl. the county ranger for this
HOMECOMING sure hope you are as direct users of wood are The State Board of Health laIn irotectlon and assistance
This week students voted on making plans for your float In (I) lumber and wood products. charge of the program at the -
the Homecoming Queen and her the; Homecoming parade We wantto (2) furniture and (J) paper and meeting which begins at f:30:
attendants Among the top 10. for I show up last year so let's get allied products. The report shows p m. ;In Pine View School. ANNO'tiNCEMENT
Homecoming Queen were: busy Next week.Is THE week, these three groupings as employIng !
j Olenda Avery, Marsha Bird, about 15 per cent of the Rohin Dm Mill
Darlene Boden, Jeanette Bran- "'''Cotton" Is from the medieval Gtoiz I1RAFTOAl..ec.l'55E state's manufacturing employees.
I Mr and Mrs. Robert D. Mills
nan, Mary Alice Daniels, Becky Arable word "kutun". SIOt.IS WI1Jt 141I BeiatBWs3NVAWWOW In recent times Florida forestry of Tallahassee announce the birth BEAUTY SALON

CM3TGR the state's second largest of a daughter, Robin Dru. on No-
ieoa Income producer has been
BRUr8;. HR WAS"n-Q 49 vember second.
HOLLYWOOD FIRST CBATTBRTO Rove to as a "billion dollar bust.near" The maternal grandparents are "Where HalrstyUn Is An Art"
TO UAWatCKSR AMD by government and Industry Judge and Mil Fore O'Stecn of
OTHER POSTPONE OJTUB leaden. According to State Forester Mayo and the paternal grandmother Gladys Sapp has now Joined our staff A INS graduate of
C. H the Ocala Beauty School, she is specialising in the latest
DNS I Coulter Florida has
l c44o Is Mrs. Rees Mills of this
more than 20 million styles and faahlona. We invite everyone to come in or
acres of
i city. call for an appointment
forest land, and more than 100,- .
TEMPTRESS 000 people are directly employed America's largest. herd of wild We specialise In complete beauty care and carry a complete
In forestry and forest line of Studio Girt cosmetics.
BRA some 1.300 roams
r within UM state South Dakota's Custer State Park CALL 362-2407


EVERY MODERN Betty Lou Sullivan Gladys Sapp, Ruby McCoIlisUrO



q' 4$ pt ( Dusting_ Fertilizing "
b f 0 This Is the time of year when w.
l S HOWARD MORGANPHONE look forward to &he visits .,
friends and rtUUvea. A good
Mends would never 362-2016 U.s. 90 time to give your rooms a ehe r.
"My WEST ( un foal welcome look with
a coat of
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Office of Emergency Planning released Air Force conveyed, without cost. 1 I Bureau of Customs, we were able conferences between the Senate Auditorium: Lake Worth.
funds, which will ultimately 2635 acres at Nlcevllle to the to'secure continuance of 100 per and House. I note that I was a Out Of The Hospital And Back
WASHINGTON total $198.934. to permit the re- Okaloosa County Board of Pub- cent inspection of all imports conferee on 0 out of the 17 appropriations To School On Tuesday. Octo-
placement of Suwannee High lic Instruction for use as the which will do much to reduce the bills passed this year ber 26, I underwent surgery at
REPORT 1:1: School, Live Oak, which was bad- permanent site of the Okaloosa- threat of plant and animal pests In addition, the conference on the Bethesda Naval Hospital for
ly damaged by Hurricane "Dora"; Walton Junior College; following such as the Mediterranean fruit the omnibus farm bill, which the removal of a cataract from
in conjunction with the same disaster conferences last spring with Department fly and others. came from the Agriculture Com- my right eye. I am happy to report -
Bj SPESSARD L. HOLLAND federal aid was forthcoming of Health, Education, Interama Falls Despite Valiant mittee, lasted for nine full days, that the operation was successful -
United States Senator for construction of protective and Welfare officials, the agency Delegation: Efforts The principal one of the longest of record. and I am back In the office -
revetments on several beaches agreed to restore to the Dade local objective In Florida on There were many other activities, preparing this final newsletter -
Most Expensive Peacetime Congressional headquarters building for the along the Northeast Florida County Board of Public Instruc- 'I which we did not complete actionIn and I am sure this has been one for 1965 prior to returning to
Session Ends The Strike Command at MacDIll AFU coast; the Post Office Department tion a portion of the fund earmarked the Senate was the passage of of my busiest years in the Senate: Bartow for the remainder of the
10-month-long First Session of: This week the Corps of Engineers issued a commemorative for assistance In educating -I the bill to authorize funds for a I hope it has been a useful one recess Mary and I expect to be
the 89th Congress established a advised me that plans and design stamp in recognition of the 400th I Cuban refugee children; more federal exhibit in the Inter-Am to Florida and to ur nation back home within ten days, and
peacetime spending record of: for the structure have been con:- anniversary of the founding of recently we secured In the 1966 erican Cultural and Trade Cen- Emergency Farm Loans The we are looking forward eagerly to
more than $107 billion. The Administration pleted, and Issuance of Invitations St. Augustine: although the InterIor foreign aid bill $U 6.000 for th's ter at Miami Farmers Home Administration being with family and hometown
budget submittedlast for bids is scheduled for Department rejected our I purpose: In the Independent Offices One Of The Busiest Sessions has authorized the making of em- friends again. In closing I wishto
January called for $99.7 billion I January. With reference to Four repeated efforts to have removed bill $3,990.000 was appro- In looking back over the, past hec- ergency disaster loans, through express my warm appreciationto
but supplemental request Rivers, the Corps further advised the Import restrictions: on resIdual ,'priated for construction of a new i tic ten months, it seems to me December 31. 1966, to eligible all who have written during
hiked the total sought to $109,4! that plans and specifications for fuel oil, It did Increase the St Petersburg federal office this has been my busiest session farmers in Broward and Palm the seslson to express opinionsand
billion. I am glad to report that the Lake Tarpon project will be quota for Florida and New Eng building; the Interior Depart- I I participated actively In the long Beach Counties. This action was suggestions on legislative
the sum ultimately appropriatedwas completed by December 6, and land users by 75,000 barrels del ment selected Panama City as debate against the so-called voting taken because'of substantial dam- programs and projects. Your contributions -
approximately $24 billion that construction bids will be advertised ly; the Corps of Engineers constructed the site of a salt water game rights bill and also in the successful age and losses to crops as the result have been most helpful.
under the requested amount. on December 30 as a needed "small pro- fisheries laboratory; through effort to block the repealof of torrential rainfall on October My thanks go also to the news
Most of the supplemental requests Other Benefits To State ject", a navigation and port-of- three-way federal cooperation Section 14 made by the Administration Through the cooperative efforts refuge channel to John Penne- badly-needed highway and cause- Hartley Act. I spoke and worked Any farmer In the twocountyarea stations throughout the state
covered part-year appropri- of our Congressional delegation kamp Coral Reef State Park; the way widening is assured to relieve many times on the agricultural desiring information aboutan which have devoted valuable
ations only for the current year and others, a wide variety of National Park Service reprogrammed the long-existent traffic congestion labor program. A large part of my emergency loan or other typesof space or time to these reports and
fiscal 1966. to begin the highly benefits accrued to our state dur- $287.850 for relief of the at approaches to the Cape time was consumed In the work assistance.through the Farmers to my Senatorial activities These
expensive new programs which ing the past session Amend dangerous drought conditions In I Kennedy space complex; although of the Appropriations Committee Home Administration should bt-weekly reports will be resumed
were adopted this year by Con- these were the following: the U. Everglades National Park; after I I unsuccessfully opposed the not only In hearings and get in touch with County Super- when the Second Seslson opens
gress, most of which I strong! S. Office of Education and the the enactment of legislation the President's plan to reorganise the mark-ups, but particularly in visor John S. Stewart Municipal next January,
opposed. We will not be able to
ie if J
see the full expense of these new
programs until we deal with appropriations -
for next year. The

part-year appropriations already FERTILIZER DOLLARS!
made will be Increased by supplemental -
requests next spring sO
that the part-year beginnings of:
these program may be sizably
more than the Increases already
The heavy costs of these new
programs, plus the highly centralized -
machinery set up to handle

them, constitute a massive experiment f 1 "
In upending' and In federalized ,: ';,
government which I shall

watch with apprehension. I hope ;i_ _
that we may be able to avoid r It
greatly Increased Inflation which ,
would deal a heavy blow to our
people of modest means and In ,
the middle Income brackets. sonlcar41 I
Actions Affecting Flol'lda- ; r
Many Congressional actions affected -
Florida, but space limitations

prevent more than a capsullng ,
a '
of the highlights. In the I / CE8TIFIEDCropProductioa
agricultural field we were Sill ,. ... \S : .
cessful In somewhat liberalizing ...
the Labor Department's policy on
off-shore labor It
now appears likely that Florida ,.t .' ::,if'I ,t,, ", ,', ., PRX'iRA1(
producers will be permitted ie '
bring In sufficient supplement) Here's Step IVo.f
labor to harvest all this currenseason's

citrus without crops of the sugar high cane losses and Soil Testing. It costs you nothing. It takes : : ,

suffered In the past season. The ",
is not favorable as to 'oilier
picture crops. $1,840,000 was appropriated little of your time. Yet ,it is the most. .
for construction of a pesticides &
research laboratory at #

Gainesville co research; was wrapper continued leaf tObAc-1. 'I 'h; important single factor in determining y I" .. I

4 QuIncy experimental station: and 'i

the tung oil research previously whether your yield next year will be
conducted at Cairo, was continued
and transferred to our .

Big tlcello.Bend By State administrative Station at action Mon- \ low or high. And, for maximum yield, it

within USDA $22 ,OOO has been fl

made available on a matching must be done now "
funds basis to combat the burrowing .. ,,'
i f .
nematode, and the same ": ': '
i r ,
has purchased (01.000 '
agency '.
concentrate gallons of surplus for use Florida In the citrus national EACH YEAR MILLIONS IN PLANT FOOD WASTED, ,

other purchases school lunch to follow.program, with READ HOW SONICO NOW HELPS YOU TURN LOSSES INTO PROFIT !

The public works appropriations -
bill contained a number of ,, 1"1' Sonlco't new, well.organized, all. year, Is tatting for granted that your In such conditions soil bacteria, 1 1. Your soil will be
new Items Important to our state. inclusive) Certified Crop Production soil has sufficient Time. If It hasn't upon which your plants thrive,
y, Among these was an unbudgeted Program has been five years In the and your soil needs lime-you'" In multiply readily. The result:
I $750,000 for the start of construction r. making It Is an efficient, year round trouble! healthy plants that stand up under tested immediately.I
service to help you do exactly the Incredible+ lengths of drought or
l' on the Four Rivers I. right thing, at the right time, to InDont't let anybody kid you, and above rain, and In the end deliver high
(Oreen Swamp) which I was all, don't kid yourself_only by tolltesting 2Jhen a thoroughly I
\ sure the most profitable yields every yield, at high profits For $100
able to add and hold In the bill t, ,, year, at the lowest possible cost.Sonico's now this Fall' can you be worth of plant food i In a good Km
after It cam efrom the House. In t sure soil Is lime-worthy. trained highlyQualified
.I- foundation, can do the work of -
,'I-. : ,
the same measure I successfully : Program Is the only profit ,
d $200 worth In acid lOlL It's this '0
Just a house to be good must
Increased by $1 million the budgeted orientated, science guided, riskconditioned as kind of plain common-tans that Sonico
stand foundation with
on a good so
$13 million for the Central economy minded crop production follows
through each step of
and Southern Florida Flood Con- r, 'Ji.t+'if program that Is directed, not crops; to be good, they must have 6 co' Certified i Crop Production ProField ServiceRepresentative
foundation In lime
': at the State as a whole, not at good
trol project Prior to enactmentof ,1 .1. your ,ram. That'.my.you owe R to
the military construction fund- general area, but at the precise soil So. why take costly chances, when ft yourself to live this program I willexplain If/
Ing bill containing almost $47 you Intend to cultivate. This program cost you nothing and takes little of good hard look. I ;
million for starteglc Florida faci I' .f .I.' ., does not confine Itself Just to fertilizer your time for Sonico to tell you. fell how t the
but covers, In detail, everything
{< Its free soil test service
titles I reinstated $3 < mlllon for '" '''' to make yield sure through :
necessary your crops
construction of the badly-needed the highest possible return. This Includes prOl'.m. Certified I Crop '

soil testing, liming plant food Consider these two Indisputable' So, without cost, and ;.
\ .:; ,, seed, nitrogen, ag chemicals and facts: ProductionProgram, ,' : i
Suwannee Senior .', '. .. : : harvest. at no obligationwhatever..
': 1. Acid soil (Insufficient lime) ties will help I 1'"
I I Under the new, revolutionary Sonico up fertilizer. In effect, freezes It; t See '
r 4-II Club Gets R ,J Certified Crop Production Program, restricts Its otherwise natural '. increase the yield i'I
I each of these vital steps, together I movement to the roots of your local I I Sonico '
,, ". 'with the many factors relating to 'plants so that they become dwarf your of ', -J !
$275 GrantThe \ : them have been thorouhly'" ed or die of starvation. Dealer I your crops bymaking '', ,
searched and each Is expertly analyzed today. You i
2. One dollars worth of fertilizer In each '
Suwannee Senior 4-H Club and recommendations made, ;
sweet soil made sweet t
not in broad generalizations, but on ( by proper have everything f fogain
was one of eight Florida recipients .t\ "" ;t: limln&c.ndotheWOfkoftwodoJ.
of recent "Cltlienshlp In .' I ""ti ':'/ the basis of your particular toll, prevailing lars worth of fertilizer acid soil, and but dollar you spend ;, I
conditions and the nothing
-4 Action" grants from the National crops you In sweet soil, fertilizer Is free to f further
t\ 4-H Foundation under! the sponsorship r \ plan to raise. move to plant roots which take headaches go every I ,
I lose
of the Readers Digest 'n ,r For example: One of the most costlyfactors what they need In nitrogen, phosphate to bydoing of the
Foundation. '\'_ contributing to millions of potash and essential. minor step way. .."
The club received $37) for their dollars in wasted plant food each elements. so. e f: -'., i iI

project of developing a recreationarea )
at Charles Springs, a recently .
leased county park on the t UA. for B* auto. fcpUy f Ws sip Nil SM IN fcw to | ,I Suwannee River IS miles southwest 0 acre fir has messy fewi. pnma 1 tiaiana mi CAp IeH / ecnco

i Four of Live concrete Oak. picnic tables, .> 0 }\ :\ ---- .,
benches and a foot bridge are Installations : FRRIHRRKET .
I which the club plans : '
't'. ,"
to 'construct at the area If finances sonico, SOUTHERN NITROGEN COMPANY RmIZIISJruMo.WU/CllS1QlllSINCIS
permit, they also will build '
a shelter for the picnic facilities. a WARD rEBTIUZXB CO. '

Under the grant specifications, \" _.._.. "..a.e .' ....... na. .
the 4-H'ere have until November .. t -. ", ', .
1, 1888, to complete the project, 'I a
Mrs. Floyd Eubanks is the
club's advisor .
a .

Ix ; For Farmer L

Increases of food prices In Florida
do not mean more Income for

I the farmer Today, the farmer receives REMEMBER .YOU HAVE A HELPING HAND WITH SONICOPAGE
, IS per cent Jell for his product .

than he did 20 years Ago. ....







By > \S' \ Sinamnee DemocratListed Suwannee Valley Livestock MarketTrading

below are new subscriptions
Home Demonstration Acent-'- e'IOIs and subscriptions renewed was moderately active fertor. 111.00-$1395.
w Do You Store Potatoes? OATMEAL COOKIES j.ti to the Suwannee Democrat from I with demand good for the moat Cows: standard 111.73-114;
. toes should be handled and (Using Rolled Oats Mix) bpa October 28 to November S. part at the Suwannee Valley utility, $ -$12; inferior. $11-8:
with care. They should be 2Va cups rolled oats mix NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS Livestock Market for the weekending one small lot low-good cow-calf
In a cool dark, dry and 1 teaspoon cinnamon Mrs. P. T Moore Jacksonville last Wednesday. A total of pairs $1473; one utility, til
[ventilated place. Storage In 1 egg, beaten .I. Lenna Walker Banner Elk :299 cattle and calves were sold Calvesgood: and choice $17-
I arm place : under the kltcbI Yt cup water 5a N. C.ilerm.n. down from 41C the previous neck $2130; heifers, $15.73-$18; standard
I Ink or In a cupboard near 1 teaspoon vanilla E. Williams, Branford Slaughter heifers were steady. I $14-$1830: utility $12.75-
|r oven will cause them to 3/4 cup sugar 000 r tOrp. Florence Hogan Rt., L. O. COWl steady to weak. Slaughter $18 50; one Inferior $12.
I >vel and sprout A cold place 1/3 cup raisins 0$0 i0r0 Gateway Girl Scout Council calves' were steady to SO cents How totaled 883 compared with
.I I the refrigerator. may cause Combine all Ingredients and Inc.. Jacksonville hither. Steer and bulls were few 813 the previous week.
; | potatoes to develop a sweet stir just enough to moisten dry p0o Sp-3 James H. Morgan San Feeder-stocker steers were Mixed grades barrows and gilts'
. becaus tome of the starch Ingredients. Drop the dough b y 000 'I Francisco. Calif.H. strong heifers steady and In sold as follows: KO-210 lbs $23.-
ges to sugar. teaspoonfuls on a,greased baking :Ooe W. Ooff Rt.. L. O. spot $1 higher on utility grades 80; 210-240 Ibs.. $2330: 240-270
-S best place for potatoes is Sheet. Bake at 375 P. moderate r ae I A. M. Malone L. 0.StESCRIPTIONB Cows were few and calves were Ibs.. $3273.: 180-180 Ibs. 13280;
Basement though it mayan oven) 12 to IS minutes Makes 1po RENEWED Heady but In spots It to 1150 140-180 Iba. 122 SO: 120-140 Ibl .
m r an extra trip up and down 24 cookies. You'll find this recipe Archie Gsylard. O'Brien lower on standard and utility $32.73: 100-130 Ibs. $32.70; 80-
frs. However, keep them off the a money-saver as well u a time- l tee MI5S Emma Scholpp. L. O. grades. 100 Ibs. $32
. went floor, especially if If* aver The use of nonfat dry milk r : Mrs James Martin Winter Nearly three-fourths of the Most sows 180-800 Ibn. sold for
P. helpa cut costs. Park supply cleared to feeder-stocker. $1910-12080; boar $10.
I Cecil Moore. L. O. accounts while slightly more Few Iota No 2 feeder pigs under
When To Water The best Why Walt No need to walt i James W. Brottlngan. Rt. L. 0 than one-third the total were 73 Ibs.. $3050.$3873; U. S.No. .
I to find out If Its time to until the holidays to serve turkey Virgil Foxx" Rt.. L. O. calves 3. 3 and medium 73110 Iba ,
I &er your lawn Is to walk across when It's In such plentiful /upply ;. E. A. Collins Rt. L. O. Slaughter cattle sold M follows. $32-$3833: : 110-140 Ibs. $23-$24.-
,'.7 agronomlats at the Depart right now. And now's a good time "I started this business twenty years ago with only W L. Brsckln TampaF Few cutter steers $10-'13 2S 73 .
[meat of Agriculture. If you can to try out different kinds of atuf one brain-MINE!" N. Lee, Rt., L, O. Heifers: low-to-averaae standard -
[set four footprints it needs water, ring you tan find out which Mrs. J. M. Sullivan. L. O 113.73-11723.; high cutter Foo l $<'] > irt> Training
I,Or you can watch for a change the family would really prefer A O Bcmbry. Washington and utility, tll-110 mostly 113
i the color of the grass from I come Thanksgiving Day Watchfor D. C. and up.Cows. Course Sl Today
li:bright green to a bluish gray next week's column and well Bcachvillc J. Phillip Griffin. Rt L. O : utility and Iow-commercial A food service training course
n.Or i. suggest a couple of recipes. J. T. Parsons. Wellborn 11350-115.75; cutter. Ill 2311423 will be held today (Thursday) at
wait till it starts to ,wilt, p..,. F. E. Day of Lake City Advent Christian Church near Dannie T. Carroll Rt L. O : ; canner aD1Ii the Big Dixie Restaurant at ..3:30pm.
in water enough to soak the filled his appointment here Sunday Lake City Sunday, Mrs. C. J. Hackney, L. O. i Bulls: utility and low-commer ,. sponsored by the Suwannee
4 three or four inches of soil. Peace Comet Tet had good services. Mr and Mrs Roger Clark of W R Mercer. L. O cia!. $18-117; cutter Il273-tl3. County Health Department All
Calves: good .18.. 0.25 stan who handle fond such as
Set Rev, Marvin Odom filled his Jacksonville were cuests of MrI M. M. Hsrrell. Wellborn ; persons
eking The Cookies Crumble Saturday appointment with the Deep CrMkRcsolution and Mrs. L C. Terry last week I. Bobby Stannel, Wellborn dard. 11373-11123; utility. $l4.- waitresses and kitchen workers,
ugh the kids are back at Live Oak area residents Interested Betty burden Branford 23-113. are encouraged to attend says
}ool. the Job of keeping them in putting their skills to use end.Mr, and Mrs. Otto Townsend Mrs. E. J. rullbrlght. R&.. L. O Feeder-stocker cattle sold at Dr. J 8 Williams, county health
goes on especially If they In developing nations around the and little daughter, Marlnelle, of Mrs T. A. Fletcher, Branford follows: officer
it lunches to school. world are Invited to take the Lake City were nests of Mr. and Alvin L. Howard Parramount Steers: good and choice, Williams reports that about 30
tens a time-saving cookieto Paece Corps placement test at I Isun 9 Mrs. W. II. Tidwell Friday Calif. $21; standard $".tll; one attended the lat session, held on
help you keep ahead of I on Saturday. November U! Alas, death has once more invaded Mr! and Mrs Roy Cannon and Floyd E. Crlbbs, Jesup Oa.R t,. '12 TS. .11.1' October 38.
game. You'll be able to make at Room 131 of the Federal our lodge and removed one children of Gainesville were J. Knlghton. Branford Heifers: standard and low .
I batches of about 24 cookies Building' In Gainesville of our beloved brothers Joseph guests of his mother, Mrs. L. J. E: M. II ay wood. Rt, L. O $I373-$1I;_utility..,.IJ-I830.. ; (Renew Year Rabteriptlan
i h from It.ROILED. The Peace Corps uses the Sherard. from our midst on September Cannon last week end. Mrs. T. E. Mercer, Rt., L. O. -- --
OATS MIX placement test to determine how 25. INS and summoned Mr and Mrs. Hrrschrll Csson M. R. Roberta Lake City
cups flour an applicant can be be utilized him from labor in this world of and children. of Jacksonville were O. B Dwa ST., L. O.
|4 cups rolled oats, quick cook. overseas. The test measures general care and sorrow to the refresh'ment lucite of Mr. and Mrs H C. Ca. Mrs 8. O. Oodbold. Lake City
Ins aptitude and the ability to of eternal rest in the keep son Saturday, 8. N. Hill. Branford
13 cups instant nonfat dry milk learn a language, not education I' Ing of the Oreat Architect of the Mr and Mrs. O. L. Carter of Mrs. Emma Moseley, U 0 James B. Daniels
I,4 cup baking powderI1 or achievement.The Universe mho presides forever In. Jacksonville visited here Wed Gerry Lord, LO.
tablespoon salt application form not the a lodge where mysteries no longer neadsy, J. D. Henry, L. O
pus cups shorteningstir placement test II the most Important punle. doubts ....11. nor fears Mrs B. E. Spooner visited rrlatlvra M. J. McMurry. CharloUesvtll. Funeral HomesLIVE
dry ingredients together factor in the selection ol dismay and where faith and In Bradrnton and Punt Va.A20.
i til well mixed. Cut in fat until volunteers. Persons interested In hope, no longer necessary, are Cords last week Charles Drawdy. Peterson
'11 blended. serving In the Peace Corp must exchanged for reality i Mr and Mrs. C. C. llrmphlll Am, Colo.
I Place In a glass jar or tin cnIcep nil out an application which may Let us therefore resolve, that I and son. Wayne and "'r. and Wilbur Land. MayoW
tightly closed in a cool be obtained from local pas offices since he filled our hearts a wonderful Mri. Martin Leach and sons, M. McManaway, lit L. O.
[ ice. Use the mix within a or from the Peace Corps. Wash place which Is now a tor* Scott and Randy, all of Oslnrsvill H. W Doff Rt., L. O. Now have two radio-dispatched, oxygen
[onth. Makes about 10 cups mix, ington. D. C. 20325. rowing void that we look to tln"l *, were guests of Mr. and Mrs C II. Johns. WellbornMrs
u th. healer of all \ Willie Beech Sunday, Ada, Conner, Lake City equipped on call twenty-
pair our broken hearts and that Mrs. Gordon O. Reed of Uve Mrs. Ruth I. Robinson ... O four hours each day in both Live Oak
we may have the grace to let hi. J. C. Walker, Branford
Oak was goat speaker at church
When You Shop or Recommend To demise' make those who are left Sunday night, speaking on the Mrs. P. M. Howard Br MeAlpln and Branford.
more de.r0 us, and that we maybe denomination work slides .
4 Friends Please Include These Home TownI consoled by the reflection<< that I on our work In home and foreign A. M. Malone L. O.
our losses and sorrows are not the work Graham C. Owen. Branfordof .CALL DAY OR NIGHT _
Processed Items visitations of God's wrath but Mr end Mrs Lavauin Cason
of the workings of the LIVE OAK BRANFORD
the result and children and Mr and Mrs Mr, and Mrs. M. M Tldwell
law ef harmony by which everything Carroll Caaon. all of Jacksonville, Saturday,
FROZEN10oa. conducted the 362. 3333 935. 4100
U being were guests ef Mr and Mrs II Mr. and Mrs Otis Odom of
Box WHITE ACRE brand PEAS with BNAP8l.lb. beet InUreaU of the e who love c. Cason tast week end Thntnaivlll, Ga visited here .a
20...Bag Bag ARCTIC WHITE ACRE CIRCLE brand: brand PEAS WHITE with PEAS.SNAPS God. despite Interests that cannot fact that fathomthe oureeble Rev, and Mrs. Marshall A Tld I short time last week ]. B. DANIELS JR., L.F.D.
well and children. Philip and O D. Beach was a business
:30-oa. Bag ARCTIC CIRCLE brand BLACKETE PEASIHIb of the meanings of j
Bag REAL SOUTHERN brand BLACXEYE PEAS with depths Sharon of. Live Oak were guests visitor In Gainesville Thursday,
these laws. .
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memory ef our brother, and In

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the bereaved family: and a copy cu Two racy now
processed In The Suwanne River Valley
for tii
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3 Youth Corps 1 4. 1 Club Wins GrantS THINKING 1 Mayor Opens Plaza

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; and rear children. ,

Centers ApprovedFor ,. One only ha to spend a little ,

time in growing titles today to

FloridaU. better appreciate the type of living -

S we enjoy here today. The disregard

for other prevalent in r.
S. Secretary of Labor W.
large cities today Is going to increase -
Willard Wirtz approved three new
and life In smaller com-
Neighborhood Youth Corps (NYC)
munities will become the aim and l
Florida November 4,
for ,
projects r t
) hope of thousands.
which brings the total approvedto
With modes of transportation
date to 18. The new projects
certain to further improve It I*
will be located In Miami, Orlando, '
not beyond the realm of possibility
and Tallahassee. I a,
for this) Suwannee River coun-
"The enrollees of these projectswill try of ours to become a haven of y' i't
work full and part-time In a t I
for those who
pleasant !living
of service Jobs L i'v
variety public 4 work In large cities to the north, r
which will enable them financi
south, east, and west of us.
ally to return to school or give ,

them work experience to help ." ... .. ..
Much of the activity here today .... '. .. .. .
them get permanent employ- stems from the large amount of ". .'' "" ''> .". .." ::1(.

ment," the labor secretary said. : construction underway.: Several 1 .. .

The Miami project, sponsoredby ,.. : : '
large projects such u the diagnostic .
the Board of Public Instruction 1- l'
laboratory: and the new ;: (' .
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school, Dade enrollees.County It will is for cost 1,000$914-In- g'E With school are nearing completion \\, .' ... .' .'L, :I.:I ',
elements in .
and the major ..,. ."
of which 1773.740 from
the Live Oak Plaza are finished. .
federal funds. It I* good to know of other .
Two hundred in-school and will 10 E planned projects In the not too ", ,
out-of-school people
distant future for when building
In the NYC project
be enrolled A activity 18 I brisk, I have always

sponsored by the Orange County _.j... II I ,,_a... I'': __....__ found business is good.
Board of Public Instruction at
Orlando. The total cost of this Eubank, fourth trot left, president of the Snwannee Senior 4-II Club, look over a $271
Live Oak Mayor J. Marvin
Perhaps our trouble Is there Is Phillip cuts the ribbon U .**.
project Is $156,580; federal fundIng check from the Header Digest Foundation given to the club to develop a recreation area at Charles
so much to be done and so few Ute Oak Plaza officially last Thursday morning te climax GrandOpening
is $138.130. Sprint. Shown with him left-right, are club advisor Mr. Edward Howland Assistant County Agent
willing to do It. erremonle Shown with the mayor are. left-right, E4
The NYC project at Tallahassee Bob Whltty, Mr. Pearl Cannon, Mr*. Floyd Eubank and Assistant Home Demonstration Agent Jean -
Turner resident of Turner-Miller lee *
the Florida eontra Ur* for Live Oak
sponsored by Meadows. (Democrat Staff Photo) I I think the remark; made by Gubernatorial
Plaza candidate 8ctt
Kelly, and
Board of Parks and Historical MeCrery'* official! *
Memorials Is for 211 In-school I Scott Kelly here last Thursday L. C. Shotkler and: M. P. McLeeale. (IPh... By Dan Stainer)
I Ienrolle 1 that we must teach today what
It will coat $311.033, of II County Lund Atlas JAYCEES :
Funeral wu unknown yesterday and what

funds.which $259,401 are from federal I I Added To LibraryOne (Continued From Page 1)) everybody must know tomorrow CATTLEMENContinued PLAZA ,

of the latest addition to facilities for schools. urns up pretty: well the major ( From Page D) (ConUnMd From Pus II) I
Notices Several week ago school chil- problem not only: of Suwannee

Oldest FlowerThe I Library the Suwannee I* a Land River Owenrshlp Regional dren began the circulation of petition County but of Florida. Until we have now been reduced to show Turner-Miller Inc. a contractIng -

rose la one of the oldest Atlas published by J. M. Smed- *. It wa reported at the revolve our school problems, other a real economic advantage in firm of Jacksonville built the I
In 600 B.C., I meeting that about 1800 valid effort will not maximum shipping grain into the tate as
cultivated flower ley Inc., of New York. reap Plata with the use of about 20
the Oreek poet Sappho called this 1v. T. Sanders The Atlas shows the geographic signature have been secured, and benefits for education of our opposed to shipping beef to Floe sub-contractor and suppliers

plant "queen of flowers. Cleo. location and ownership of 500 to <00 more name are need- youngsters I 11 and will remain the ida. Couple this with our price from this and other area*. Wilson

patra bathed In rose water, and Funeral services were held Sun- land In Suwannee County outside ed to call for.the election. major need hero advantage enjoyed on such secondary M. Munnerlyn of Jacksonville is
mattress day afternoon for Willie Thomas cent of the feed ingredient u citrus
In Twenty-five
probably slept a Branford and Live Oak, In per president of Live Oak Plata Inc.
Sanders of Live Oak, who died pulp and molasses and we begin
stuffed with rose petals addition to subdivision plat registered voter. In the county ELECI10NIContln.eeI Former State Senator Kelly
last Friday of a heart attack. He must sign to petition the school to be able to compete favorably: said that
and llntlnfs of property value educator in Florida
( From Page II) .
Kahn laid."Florlda'i
was a native of Suwannee County board for an election on the bond need to be
prepared to
and current taxes.Mis teach
Folsom said that the practice climate offers another
Baptist, and retired city police-
ColoredNews sheriff. Elisabeth Ball, head librarian Issue.Wadsworth with the hiring of school princIpals distinct advantage Experience today what nobody knew yesterday -
and deputy
man said that the issue but
said that the Atlas I 1* that he recommend a of : everybody: must know
Rev. Charlie Webb and Rev. must be put to a vote so that the show that the rate and cost ; tomorrow"Live
W. H. Gray officiated at the ser would available to the public school officials could determine principal to the Board of Trustee grain, feed conversion and many] Oak

vice at the First Baptist Church. In the library. The library what to take in securing ., who if they approve recommend other> economic factors are most Mayor J. Marvin'
I* open 8 a.m. to S pm. Monday course the person to the Board of unfavorably affected by extremes Phillip cut the ribbon to open
Burial in the Live Oak Ceme- :
was adequate facilities In the county.: the stares after the
thee Saturday, except Public Instruction. The Board of In weather Florida' climate of Open-
If the bond Issue
tery.Survivors Thursday when It close at He said that Public Instruction doe the actual big program.
Include his wife, course 1* usually mild.
method wouldbe
falls then Construction
U:3t .
Sander and four listen pjn. hiring.In Suwannee River Cattle Cooperative
Gloria Bryant Thelma V. ; Investigated to finance new
on additional housing
the case of hiring teacher, to have feedlot and
Mrs. Lizzie Chancey of Dover construction.The soon a on the
end of the
Willa Tucker of the red tape begin with the ree mill In Mayo, has a membership center
Fla.. Mrs. New School Ground Junior Chamber voted to : where other store are to be locat-
Crowned Miss
Clearwater Mrs Alma McClain of discus soliciting signatures for oramendatlon of the principal to of more than 120 cattlemen allover ed. Nell'
Prepared For Grading the superintendent, then to the Tot-N-Tren shop>> ha
Perry and Mrs. Nellie Chaunceyof their meeting the State of Florida. Harlow
O'Brien Jacksonville. Stake have been set and elevations next the petition Tuesday at trustees, and finally to the school: land of Mayo: head the organisation Plua.already: announced to move to the

High Pallbearers were Kenneth Allen, shot on about twenty board. which wu formed to help Other
Buford Butts Bo Hart, Hayward acre Immediately west of the new The law state that a petition cattlemen obtain lower production in the newaddition
Olorla Bryant was crown-
Suwannee High School for the signed by five voter must be presented and are expected to lit a dreg
Wilson, Corbett Musgrove and cost, higher net profit
ed Miss O'Brien High at corona- UF Physician tore and a hardware stare
grading of the play 15 days: before the trustee cattle
tion ceremonies In the high school Nat Mizell. area. John cooperative financing of .
cafetorlum Wednesday night Her Honorary pallbearers were M. J. Hampton and Russell Parsons, To Conduct SeminarTwo election to place a candidate' and feed.

attendants were Yvonne McCray Kirby, Wade Keen J. D. Cannon local Boll Conservation technician physician from J. Hill!* name on the trustee ballot. Fol- U. *
and Doris Jones. Harvey Perry Curtis Harrell completed the field work at Miller Medical Center In Oalnes- om said that he had received no

1 Miss Junior High was Earon Duke McCalllster Cecil Bonds, the request of the School Board. vide will conduct a seminar In petition u of this week. 4-H CROW < rre. Pages .1)

Katherlne Butter, with Ussle Elwood Howard. James Allison, Matthew Cross Suwannee emergency resuscitation technlques Write-in candidate are ..eligible (Centlnetd rear Page 1)) Mr*. Laura L Falana of St. Petersburg

Mae Bellamy and Joyce Kennedy Cossle Bailey, 'and Leroy Tomp- County engineer, will draw up a at the Suwannee County: however. this year In a runoff among the ; and two brother. J. C.8m.Ith .

as attendants. Shirley Edwardswon klns. grading plan based on the survey.It : Hospital at 7 pm. on Tuesday. top five team in the state held and Levis Smith of S\.

the elementary crown, while Suwannee Funeral Home was Iq Is expected that the actual Nov 23.Area COURT subsequently In Gainesville by Petersburg.Servicemen.

Theresa Jackson and Sharon Nell charge grading will be completed before doctors and registered (Centhwd From Page 1)) the University: of Florida Agrtcul- win act a* pallbearer

ZJnton were named to the court. January 1 since the new school nurses are asked to notify: Mrs Inc" an insurance organization tural Extension. Semis Buwan- at the funeral ceremony

O'Brien will take part In the will open shortly. .after that date. Ivoree N. Cheney, director of nurses In Suwannee County, to compensate nee County won 30 points aheadof BAM and Hall Funeral Home U

Douglas High Homecoming Pa- Ora Long If they plan to attend. for the loss by fire of his tobacco the second place team. In charge.

rade Friday.: Forgery ChargeIt Dr. J. Russell Oreen Jr. and barn In the 1943 tobaccolfalOn. Eubank was the high Individual -

Mrs Ora Long 88, of Live Oak Haven M. Perkins, both faculty Terry was awarded $1.000 In the state judging eon"LThe
reported to the Democrat
The O'Brien FHA chapter con- died last Tuesday at the Dowllng last week that member of the University of phil Interest, and $500 attorney five high Individual In

ducted a UNICEF drive recently, Park Nursing Home Funeral services erson Jimmy Rob- Florida College of Medicine will the national contest will receive
was charged by the Orand fee.Coleman
collecting $10 to send to the organization were held Thursday at the Jury, arraigned and conduct the *emlnr.Wellborn Hill aim collected U. 8. caving bond ranging
pleaded guilty
aiding needy children First Baptist Church of Live to charge of forgery The from the Farmers Service Inc. from $$00 to $100. DeVane said

abroad. The Future Homemakers Oak. She was a member of the Jimmy Roberson Carnival after a trial Monday.' Plaintiff and numerous other prizes art
referred to 1
also elected a "Miss", naming First Brethren: Church of Warsaw Negro a till received $330 damage for offered.
employee of H. C. Cross
r Marguerette Scott Miss FHA: her Ind and Son. I, Royalty CrownedEddie his barn, which also burned In The judging team will travel
attendants are Earneatlne Wiggins Rev Charles Webb officiated at Tomlinson and Frank 1963. with the University of Florid

and Owendolyn Gibson. the funeral and burial wu In the Blanton were crowned king and The murder trial of P. L James collegiate Judging team to the ex

Live Oak Cemetery. Mr. Iris Williams of Jacksonville queen at the Wellborn P-TA Halloween was acheduled for WednesdaT'i position. Both teams are scheduled

Survivors ''Include two son, and Mrs. Elizabeth Hasty of Carnival Saturday at the session James I* charged with' to make "practice atop***.

Butler James L. Long of Live Oak and Jacksonville; seven brothers, Ev- Wellborn Elementary School. hooting James Rivera Juno II Judging livestock at college In

Betty Glenn Long of Salem, Va.: one erette, Roy and Bill Douberley of Robert Edwards and Shira I Coy: Kelley. charged with brttklng MUatMtppt and Illinois

sister Mrs Orpha Fouses of Eau Homestead L, B and Paul Dou- Batette were named prince and and entering In 1M1 was also The group win arrive In Chicago -

Named Miss DIIS) Claire, Wt*.; two brothers Joe berley: of Jacksonville Jesse Dou- princes at the evtnt. A chicken to be tried Iterda,. on Thursday. Kov. 21. and

Browning and Oakley Browning berley: of St. Petersburg, and upper wa served. Today (Thursday, the CuurtU the national contest win begin

At CoronationBetty of Wtlllamaburg V..: two grand Harold Douberley of Lakeland; 23 I expected to bear A1UUU Insurance at 7:30: a... the foDowtnc day.

children and three great-grand grandchildren and five great- Company v*. Jimmy Mott They will return hone on November rmll:
granchlldren. Masons Monday
children. and Jack Mott. 30.
Butler was crowned MissDouglass Pallbearers were Aubrey Fowler Pallbearer were Joe Law. Sam AU Matter Mason are urged to I ACftruc urn

High School Wednesday Oarth Noble, Leon Wooley: Oodbolt. Glynn Smith Willard attend the meeting of Barrett

night just before the Coronation 8. T, McDowell Red Prather and Revel. Mont Hogan and Caleb Masonic Lodge No 43 mi inn
Ball In the school She
gym. wu In Florida
FUKiy Day.: Key.Wilson: I night Nov 15. at I pm ,
crowned by: Charlie Harris 8CA. James B. Daniels Funeral Homeof Funeral Home of Lake I Two candidate will be Monda'j e Mm ro aetas .auroral

president. Live Oak City wu In charge. for apprentice degree. in the roombeer's eases..IMy
Also, Eamestlne Smith was wa* in charge game e ..y....
named Miss Team Sweetheart at "'"4.MN .
.."" .
i the event and given a football by one... '

1 the team captain Earl Ford. B.E.DouberleySr.Funeral A Thought For TodayBy G"
Last Thursday: the DH3 Library for good taste, (
services were held at It* CAUM
Club recognised Children'sBook BRODY C. HARRIS
Mt. Olive Baptist Church in Well
Week with a tea at which good fun
many of the teachers familiarized born for Barney E. Douberley: sr., The time to be happy U now. The place to be happy U here.The 2ND GALLON
Monday afternoon. H* wa a way to happiness making other happy.
with new books avail farmer and active member of the Here are three short simple sentence each only seven word .
able at the school library I in length but each containing a volume of wU-
Wellborn Baptist Church. FREE:
dom. So often we cant are the forest for the tree \
Rev. Otis Page officiated, and I and SO IT 13 WITH HAPPINESS. It lie so close

Ebenezer AME Church burial wa In Mt. Olive Cemetery I and U within such easy grasp that all too often
Surviving are his wife Mr* It escape us completely.The .
To Have Songfest Lorean Douberley of Wellborn; 'I ; thing which are closest to us are the very

An evening of gospel singing is three daughter. Mr*. Wenona 6 thing which bring u* the most happiness our wc. a z vM

scheduled at Ebenecer AME: Newman and Mr*. Evelyn English home our famllle. our friend y.t how often do
we put those thing aside to chase nonexistent mi in
: vm 14 9N
Church at 6 PJU. Sunday with of Mapleton. Oa* and Mr*.
rainbow with non-existent pot of gold at the
the Allen Christian Endeavor Barbara Norris of Ocoee. Fla.; : end of the road. swTAMUI

League leading a minister' songfest three sons, Lamar Douberley: of Let' make up our mind to enjoy WHAT we zau.

Ft. Pierce. Barney E. Douberley III have, WHILE we have It. and to share our blee-

The Senior Missionary Society Jr.. of Wellborn and Robert sings with other lea fortunate than we. e 'Cll :
will meet Monday afternoon at Douberley of Miami: three sisters Once you decide to be happy In spite of every: contingency.

the home of Mr Bertha Davis. Mr*. Lura Caaon of you'll find It easy and It become a habit. Psychologists ay that It MTtlXMUMI41OU .
Ot-ala.1 J'u.IJlln
a law to remain happy find a way when none appear Toutl
be happier after you have made arrangement for Inevitable need You nameyour game, ping pong or cheti.

at Phone 6UWANNKS 3U-1U4. FUNERAL HOME 62J South Ohio Ave, Live Oak. en, cards or cheu. Play !It bird, and it $711

tales a lot out of you. That's when you owl ofe::.u.InSi .

N. Walker Avenue BRODY C. HARRIS like moil to settle down in a soft chair and enjoy OIL n

THESE PRICES LOADED ON YOUR TRUCK Licensed Funeral Director your friends' talk and your beer's taste Beer was run SIll

38/48x96 SHEETROCK ...,.... $ 1.50 Per sheet made to relax with. Made to refresh you cool

37x50 6/8 AWNING WINDOW 17.50 Each
3/16 Preflnfched PLYWOOD. .. 3.95 Per Sheet SUWANNEE FUNERAL HOME you' cheer your taste.So next time you're playing Mary Cartel Paint Co.

Prefinished PLYWOOD ...... 4.80 Per Sheet up 623 3. Ohio ATOM tome sociable at-home game, take time DVW
When In Need of Building Material (CP) Call.Paul UVE OAK. FLORIDA out for the companionable taste of bftr.4\ : ; *

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For Ute student of Branford On Friday, approximately 70
High, excitement. WM prevalent students were excused from rrcu-
throughout. the school as sixteen lar claws so they could work on
Miss BUS 1965 lovely girls tried to become this floats that. they planned on entering
I )'tar', Homecoming Queen. C m- In competition The floats _or _
palms were heard all during this mere a variety of satire, wit and
Branford High Beta tub members and Buccaneer Bulletinreporters
Mens Club OfCastro's week On Tuesday the students beauty as the school wed Imagination
of grades 1 through 13 voted for In planning .hat would are, left-right Sherry Storey, daughter ef George A.
the girls that. they believed best represent. a class or organlxa- Storey" Becky Drawdy, daughter .f Mr, and Mrs: Drew Drawdyt. I
Rise should receive this honor From Hon In competition.! The winning and Ken Karen Collins, daughter. of Mr and Mr. Roy Collins.
a this election five aemf-ftnailats float were third place Beta Club
Dr. Oscar Martinet Spanish Instructor I were selected: Cathy Chandler, whose theme was "Hold That Class Enjo's'alkin\ MealThe
at Branford High spoketo I Susan Duncan. Patty Fletcher, Tiger": second place the 11th
the Branford Area Men's Club N I Claudette Johnson, and Peggy grade with the theme "Put A Tig.er Junior Training Union Department stop was at. the home of Mr and
Monday night Nor I, saying Ware Friday, Claudette Johnsonwas In Your Graveyard": and first of the First. Baptist. Mrs. Jim Severance: for dessert
that pie Cuban people did notrealize I named Miss Homecoming place: went. to the FII.A..hone Church In Branford enjoyed a Their leader .Irl. Allen Price
that. Castro was a com L-W of IDes and Peggy Ware was winning theme was "Bucca progressive supper Monday night traveled and ate with them.
*. munitt or that he would allow named runner-up. Our congratulations neer's Lullaby". The group traveled by foot to Attending were Owen Lynch
communist domination of Cuba to both of these girls The Future Homemakers committee
.4 the home of Mr and Mrs. Olen Oenny' Murray Marie Severance,
prior to his successful revolution. for receiving this honor which: Is was Carolyn Scarborough Murray where they were served Sherrle Nutt, Shawn Hatch. Ann
E4'all a Dr. Martinet was an accountantand called the highest. popularity Connie Humphries, Carol Cannon
a salad: from there they went to Griffin Lee and Charles Ed
' college faculty member In r award that. a girl from Branford Nora Lowery, and Janet HowellThe the home of Mr and Mrs.; Leon D Hatch. Terry Griffith. Joe Ma-
..Ist Cuba before Castro. came to power. may receive. r#I.A. float won honor. Hatch when they ate spaghetti I this Paul and Mark Rice Perry
. ) The meeting was held In the PEP RALLY HELD
Branford Woman's Club building II efr Crowning Miss Homecoming Is
.with Francis' Ward presiding.Dr. not the only thing In everyone'smind I lloinecominp Queen Cttnteitnnti rind Their Kci>rt* I
, Martins said that. com* during Homecoming week
Jmunlnn did not have to have a'' On Thursday night a huge pep
iCt- breeding ground of proverty and rally was held with about. 70 student
the Ignorance because the Cuban JIC'O-I wn participating.: A hurt bonfire
20 pit were blessed with good financial was supported by most of the
Itra'JOn conditions and educational kids and the downtown sectionof
facilities. Dranford was Invaded as all of
.y Henry Folsom. Suwannee County the students Joined a snake dance.
school superintendent, was a
.Pt'ClallUt'lt. at the meeting>
ida Old) Gratis Come

throw Woman' Club: Meets 1

To Hear Instructor To Homecoming
The Branford Woman's Club j \ 11
penn win hold Its monthly meeting. _.- Celebration
Monday at :J.4S: pm. in toe cIUDbuUdln"
< Mb Und Walker, INI Il.mec.raiag Qneen al ...,.,* IllthKrst Graduate of Branford High
ua- Mr. Foley modern math Instructor ..l I* shewn ercwvlng Mir rU..". J....... INS Q... School returned home to their
Sing from Oalnes-lDe. will be daring luinime Ibe BrmafeTreaUa football pan lad i>UUy.Mbe alma mater Friday to Join In the
ter.at, the guest. speaker, Members an Prggy Wars first mtnm. Is al the right ' urged to note the change In the ,......, and former queens were
has meeting dst and make their honored during halftime of the
the plans to attend. football game.A .
Claudette Johnson (Ji.irrh Official.. reception' was held In the ,
school cafeteria following the
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sawfit t'TA Will MertHrrr Hold! Sedition laIN Refreshments were servedby hh 1

Tonight Takes Honors A district Sunday School plan. the student. council and Branford M
'- The Branford Parent-Teacher nlng meeting which Includes PTA.A
\ Association will meet Thursday Was Claudette Johnson daughter Branford Baptist Church and parade featuring 11 floats i
night. Nor n, at 1.30:: pjn. In of Mr, and Mrs. Claude John three other aMoctaUons was held! and the "Suwannee River" Mar
the school cafeteria. km TJrtnrord., was crowned here Thurday'night. chins Band was led through'
All parents and Interested per Homecoming' Queen Frldsy night About tO preachers and Bun- downtown Branford Friday af* .1
.t- sons are urged to. attend Into during fetUvtttea at Branford day School workers attended. Ilea, ternoon. Friars were awarded to .
C meeting A complete report on the School. Miss Peggy Ware damn- Allen Price gave the welcome and the three float chosen as the heatIn : 1 t
St.ar. Halloween' Carnival will be given ter of Mr and Mrs W a. Ware N. B, Langford ,f Gainesville the parade, with the Branford : r'.. ;
FHA winning first prt.., The ','It f -/10/ .
was first runner-up to the queen gave the main address' iJIIf \I ',
W... Johnson was chosen from C F. Berry of Jacksonville and junior class won second' prise and
a field of II entries by junior EUs Turner of Use City alto had Branford Beta Club won third ..." .. .," ..
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el.. and high school students. part on the program. -
Claudette a burly brunette .
Ct666 was crowned by last ,.ar', queen. Turtles have been toothless for
Lynda Walker, Uttle Wile Foot-: more than ItO million years ae.
ball Paula Stephen ws crown I' cording to the Encyclopedia: \ Britannic
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@P4ueed t& =_ r Mrs. Wash lardy Wood Woman's Club Plan Miss Foy, Mr. Creech United In MarriageIn 1,

Christmas Bazaar Double Ring Church Ceremony

Friday the Woman's Club of Miss Shirley Ann Foy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs

WOMEN I t I Live for Oak their met November at the Garden luncheon Center M J Foy and Vernon Creech, son of Mr.\ and Mrs. 0. V,

and business meeting with Mrs Creech, Jasper, exchanged nuptial vows October twenty-
tv, J. Smuts, presiding eighth, at seven o'clock In the evening, in the Advent

CLARA s, WADSWORTH, Society Editor { The devotional was given by Christian Church with the Rev. Oswald Knight performing
1 Mrs. B. F. Leigh the double ring ceremony. -
| Miss Ida Jo Harrison, home Forming the background fo:r Winslow, Mrs. Inei Skipper Magie :
Miss Gaylord), llr.Vood United In Marriage In I I demonstration agent, and Miss the ceremony were tree top candies .. McDonald Diane Crews. Jung
Double Jean Meadows, assistant home one spray of candles wen C McCuIlers. and Elaine Stanford
King October "
; Ceremony, Thirty-First The bride Is graduate
demonstration agent gave the placed directly behind the altar a of trot -
The Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church was the setting program which was on Christmas floor baskets of white gladlol t wannee High School and attend
October thirty-first for the wedding of Miss Hedy Ann decorations for various and mums Interspersed wit ed North Florida Junior Colic'' '
Gaylord and Wash Hardy Wood. The Rev. W. I. Wood, rooms In the home, using native greenery enhanced the setting. Madison The groom attend ,Ii:
father of the bride-groom, performed the double ring i materials, Mrs. Jesse Mitchell, pianist anc I Jennings High School.
rprnmnnv-- -- nf tViroo v n'"ln,1 1 u.l... *aw u Rl ft4'LOl11UV11' ______, ,' Mrs. Smuts announced that. Mrs. R. M. Frier, organist accompanied Following a wedding trip r >
Miss :YI dthe daughteof r Mrs. Troy Dunn was appointed Miss Darlene Bodes Salt Springs they will make th. i

Mr. and Mrs Walter J. Oaylon I The bride graduated from Su- t I recording secretary taking the who sang "The Wedding", Mrs home in Jasper.
Sr. of Wellborn and Mr. Wood I a wannee High School and attended j place vacated by Mrs Claude I Mitchell and Mrs Frier played a
the son of the Rev .and Mrs. ed North Florida Junior College ; wt+ Vice who has moved to Orlando. the "Bridal Chorus" first and I Girl Scouts
I. Wood of Lake City. In Madison. The groom graduated Plans were made for a bazaaron during the ceremony "The Wedding -
The setting for the nuptfvows ed from Columbia High School, December 3 with a supper to I Prayer". They concluded the Plan Hike
was two bouquets of whit<< Lake City.Following. : follow. Mrs. W. M. Jernlgan was I music with "The Wedding Girl Scout Troop 820 met lit
gladioli and fuJI mums, palm ace I a trip to Ocala, Sliver AJ Jt' appointed food chairman and March". the home of their leader, Mr
emerald foliage flanked will Springs, Six-Oun Territory, Mrs W. H. Parramore and Mrs. Miss Edna Foy, maid of honor Harvey W. Fleming Saturday
standing brass baskets of whit<< and other points of Interest near Harley Brown to be in charge of wore a pink street length chiffon for a wiener roast' and business Ir
gladioli and iceberg chrysanthemums Ocala the couple will make their the bazaar tables dress and carried one long stem meeting. Ir
one fifteen, two nine home about five miles west of I Members were asked to bring to, med red rose with satin stream Plans were made for a hike to
branch, and one seven-branch L Lake City off U. B. 90 where Mr. the next meeting, food staples for ers extending from the rose. the Suwannee State Park and to
candelabras holding lighted cathedral Wood Is Interested In farming. Christmas baskets for needy Miss Edna Creech and Miss have a Christmas party after
tapers. The railing dividing Out of town guests were Mrs. families Dorothy Creech, bridesmaids carol singing.
the altar from the choir wai I Roy A. Sheridan and daughter, Mrs. Andrew Walker and Mrs wore pink satin brocade street Present were Carol Sandquist' I
marked with white satin boWl Patty, Mr and Mrs. Don Orant, Howard Howes were voted In anew s length dresses and carried a long Kathy Fleming! Kay Roger t
and clusters of wedding bells. The Mr and Mrs. W. A. Markham, members stemmed red rose with stream Sheena Sleight Dorothy Sue Nix I
couple received the benediction on Mr and Mrs N. C Nevels and It was also announced that the ers extending from the rose. Paula Orabel. Martha Taylor
a white satin prle-dleu. daughters Kay and Margo, Mrs.A. Suwannee High Olee Club would Clifford Jordan served the Betty Williams Ruth Ann Hart 1
Mrs. Sam W. Lamb of Lake W. Oaylord Jr.,, and Mrs. Roger furnish the program for the De- groom as best man. Ushers were Mellnda Deese. and Call Davis
City was pianist and Mrs. Eugene McMullen, all of Jacksonville; cember meeting. Gerald Creech and Ray Drlgger. U. II
Lynch Jr., of Branford, soloist I Mr and Mrs Jack L Oaylord of Patti Taylor Feted On Seventh Kirthdav Mrs T. J. Kennon received the The bride wore a white satin Donald Hunter Get t
sang "At Dawning", "Sweetest Tampa; Mrs. A. W. Oaylord Sr.. door prize. brocade floor length gown and r
Story Ever Told", and "The I of O'Brien; and Mr and Mrs Mrs Larry N. Taylor honore d I Tammy Oliver, Mary Ellen Cnn Luncheon music was furnishedby train. Her veil was fashioned of First Class Rating
Wedding Prayer" was sung at the Barney Oaylord and Mr. and Mrs. her daughter, Patti Lynne, will I diff Theresa Oamble, Lisa Cark Mrs. R. L. Brinkman and Mrs. seed pearls encrusted on brocade Donald H. Hunter, son of Mr
end of the prayer by the minis Herschel McKenzie of St. Peters- a birthday party at the Live t michael, Kim Goose Peals Wm. R. Slaughter. with net trimmed lace. She carried and Mrs. J. C. Hunter of Rt. 2.
ter. I burg. Recreation Center Monday No Vaught. Kathy and Peggy Oren, Hostesses were Mrs. W. H I a bouquet of feathered mama Live Oat has been promoted to a

....Miss_ Carolyn Oaylord I sister of I I waI vember 1. Susan McLeod, Patti Wilson, Parramore, chairman Mrs. Josph The mother of the bride wore a airman. first class >In the '1. S. Air .
,nil onae ana mala of honor, wore A Ballerina theme was used I Sheryl Moore, Wanda Lsnden, Davis. Mrs. W. Z. McLeod. pink jersey sheath and a white Force. t.b-
a floor length gown of heavy sat- I Junior Club WiJIThul'8clay throughout the party. The table! Oennle Oay Golden, Lynn Brim [Mrs. Woodrow Dees, Mrs. F. D. carnation corsage. Airman Hunter U a radio main-
in of llmellte green accented at Meet was covered with a cloth with Lisa and Saundra Williams, Lu Helvenston, Mrs Oneal Boatrlght.I I The mother of the bridegroomwore I tenance Instructor at Keealer
the bodice with leaf green medal- NightThe ballet dancers along each side. A Ann Mltchel Martha Taylor, Mrs. H. H. Hair Sr,, Mrs C. f., a royal blue wool suit witha i AFB. Miss. lie ls a member of the
lions. The oval neckline was en- Live Oak Junior Woman's fifteen Inch birthday ballerinawas Faye Ratliff, Leslie Bruce, Penny Johns Mrs Claude McMillan, and white carnation corsage. Air Training Command which
hanced with elbow length sleeves Club will hold Its regular monthly placed in the center of the Griffin Kathy Whtley, Susan Mrs E. Bardin Hunter. Following the ceremony M:. conducts the educational pro F
The back of the gown was graced meeting Thursday, November 11, table with the punch bowl on one Keene, Mrs. Ira Klght and 'MriO I. and Mrs. Foy entertained with a grams necessary to provide skilledfliers
with a double bow falling from at 7:30:. at the Garden Center end of the table and the birthday' B, Taylor, grandmothers of th? I reception In the social hall of and technicians for the IIbo bon,
the bow were two streamers the Mrs Edith Bennett, district cake on the opposite end. The honoree, and Mrs. J. M. Taylor, Mrs. Towmend Circle the church. Assisting were Mrs aerospace force.
length of the gown In leaf green. Junior Director from Mayo, will three-tiered cake was Iced In great-grandmother. I Ronnie Green Mrs Jesse Mitch He U a graduate of Suwannee
Her headpiece was a large satin be the guest speaker, her subject white, decorated with pink and w a One hostess Last Week : ell Mrs. Louise Blocker, Mrs lit High School.
bow illusloned with nylon tulle, will be FFWC projects. Mrs Bennett green and topped with a gol3 Mrs. Sullivan Church Mrs Wallace Townsend was
both green. Dyed to match shoes will also install new club ballerina and "Happy Birthday" hostess to Circle One of the First sirs.d1 .
of llmelite green completed her I members. Seven miniature ballerinas held Circle Hostess Presbyterian Church on Novem- altc
costume. Miss Oaylord carried The Suwannee High Chorus pink candles along the bottom Circle Three of the First Presbyterian ber second with Mrs. Dan Harrell. -
Talllsman rose buds In a cresce ; under the direction of Kent Tay tier.The Church met In the homeof chairman, presiding
arrangement trimmed with leaf lor, will present a musical program. children enjoyed the playground Mrs Roy Sullivan on November Devotional leader, Mrs. Jim
green net and ribbons. She wore equipment during game first at eight o'clock In the Walkup. gave the first and r
a pearl pendant given to her ai a All members are urged to at- time. Favors of balloons, loll) evening,, eighth chapters of Acts. i
gift from the bride. tend pops, and birthstone rings were The chairman Mrs. Russell The program, "A Church Filled
Mrs. Lillian Radford, matron IIf aw given to each guest. Parsons, presided over the meet- With The Holy Spirit" was given
honor and Miss Betty Hutchtn.son Florida's Mrs, Al Wilson assisted Mrs Inr. Mrs Elmer Browning was In by Mrs. Walkup and Mrs. Dan
maid of honor, wore gown, salary of $29,000 governor receives a Taylor In serving cake, cup cakes, charge of the program. A Church Chandler TIr.
headpieces per year. Mem ice cream and punch to the following I
and carried bouquets bers of his cabinet Filled With The Holy Spirit".
fashioned like that of the maid COO per year. receive Ilg,- guests: Kim Flf'tcher'l Special emphasis this month Is this was given by Mrs. Parsons. 1 w..
of honor's They wore cameo pendants Kathy Schneider, Jsnet stewardship and a brief talk on Seven members were present.
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Lynn Mobley, flower girl. n.n an.uuuauau.nn.u..u.uuaua
daughter of Mrs. Lillian Radford ..
q wore a floor length gown of lime- 0.
IRe green trimmed in leaf green
taffeta. Her headpiece was a plain : REQUIRED READING : t r
k leaf green bow, she wore a string : ...
of pearls and
t carried a basket : u
( of white rose petals. t .
Thomas II. Radford III, was SUWANNEE I II
t Joe Wood, brother of the groom A 1Mt
from Lake City, served as beet OWN PRIZE-WINNINC
man. Ushering were Ivan Rowell, s
cousin of the bride from Perry, a.iM
and Norman McElroy of Lake NEWSPAPER AND COMMERCIAL AU&I I -
City. Junior ushers were Stevie M.
Hunter of Lake City, and Walter -
J. Oaylord Jr., brother of the \ \ p p a.h....
bride from Wellborn. \ t I..
r The bride entered the church \ / COUNTY.a'11)F.,1)F WITH --,

with her father and was given In w..,
r marriage by him. She selected for arsecu 1,1
her wedding a floor length gown M .
of eloquent peau de sole, round % /t i II
I neckline with fingertip sleem S\\ COMPLETE COVERAGE

.c Tiny self-covered buttons extended -
down the sleeves and back of V ...,
the bodice. The skirt of the gown
was enhanced with lace ,
medallions OF. y
\ which came to a point In the .i.
center of the bodice. Wide seal. '
loped medallions edged the shirt 4r .
anr the chapel train. The bride I ;
ti veil of silk Illusion with nylon organza Livestock and rte"
I e News \0\
embedded with seed pearls :' Crop
and sequins fell from an oriranx &
flat bow. She carried a cascade ot was: ;
white butterfly rose buds centered topsM1.
with a corsage of white rose
buds. e Local Government Action '
The mother of the brUte, Mrs ...
Gaylord, wore a winterberry colored ....
ribbon suit with \ pink
crepe -
blouse. The suit jacket had three by:. thetoughest .-..

quarter length sleeves. She also -.Z -
wore a wlnterberry oval bhaped 3; e Community Club Events /
hat. Her corsage was of pink. rOle ,
buds. ? rs:

Mrs. Wood, mother of the
p. groom, wore an Ice blue brocade testers in town M ,
two-piece suit. The suit Jacket Church ; ,
had three quarter length sleeves e News GU'
and was accented In front of the .,:
f.t.,. round collar with a bow. She wore ', "' BUSTER BROWN
an aqua hat and a pink rosebud

,. and corsage.Following Mrs. Oaylord the ceremony entertained Mr. Q Statewide Events of Interest SHOESEven

with a reception In the church
annex. The bride's table was covered ,

with a white floor length SUBSCRIBE the roughest mad ld'l J
net cloth over white. A six branch TODAY p < .rt, scooter
candelabra holding an arrangement scraper* and baseball players east defeat

of white fujl mums, porn 'Butter Brawn' ate n-c-....Tier limply
ports and chrysanthemums was : Only $1.00 Year $5.00 Outside County refuse to wear out Wait nark Boon,ritkec. f
placed on the table. The three- Ai
always ear etptrbaced J
tiered cake was created with a eipirUsiur
. miniature bride and groom. a your dull of proper Sf.iIJ (
Mrs. Karen Coman served cake,

cut Mrs.the Frank cake Bennett, and Mrs.of Lake Richard City : .SIDY ANNEE D HMOCRAT ;

Raulerson of
OalnesvlUe poured I t
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, punch. Mlaa Elaine Vann kept
the bride's book. Mn. Nat Elterer OAK. FLORIDA i -I
and Mrs. Ernest Hutchlngson :
were floor hostesses. Phone 362.173.1 ?
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BIRTHSSuwannee I Here And There I September Sales Tax Collections Show IncreaseSales 1 JrwKtr Pig SaleA Lost AntI FoundA

a total of 81< pigs were sold at U. 8. Savings Bond owned by

County tax collections In October lected during the sane period crease of 4.25 per cent over the the feeder pig sale held Fridayat a resident of Iowa was swept up
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Hicks
S. I based on September business last year. I11.25J.717 for October 1964. the livestock arena accordingto by a torando and deposited on a
spent the week end In Jacksonville !
Hospital totaled 620,435244 53 according to Total collections from the 5 percent I No figures on the amounts in County" Agent Paul Crews I farm in Illinois. The finder located -
and attended the Florida-
!. Ed Straughn director of the Wholesale Sporting Ooods individual counties were receivedwith Gross sales totaled $33,10877. the owner by the name and

Less lllcbele'ilso" Georgia football game Saturday. State Revenue Commission Tax, July thru October reached this report. selling at "1.01 per hundred address on the face of the Bond

Itit Kir. and Mrs. Douglas Lee WIl- Miss Charlotte Wadsworth andPrank This la an Increase of $1.504.- $397.236 98 for a decrease of 8 63 I Total Suwannee County sales weight. The average weight of and promptly returned I It,

son announce the birth of a Casey student at PST,, 184.70 over October year ago or I per cent below the $433.36243 taxea for the period were 630.- the animals sold was 91.561 a.

' daughter October 19. The baby Tallahassee, mill spend this week. 7.94 per cent The fiscal year col. collected In the same period a I 36847, a 43 per cent Increase pounds The United States was world's
Michele end with Miss Wadsworth'a parents
has been named Lesa lections. July through October the period but first nation to
I year ago.Gasoilne I over same year I plan a capital exclusively :
Mr. and Mrs. Louie
1j. Wilson. total $84.178,08910 or 7.71 percent I tax collect'ons! for October Gasoline taxes showed a bigger $43.587.33 collected during the for Its seat of government .

Wadsworth. over the $78.150,03849 col I totaled $11.731,378,43 an In. I Increase, about 12 per cent with period .
j.I.. John Russell Awry III Mattox Hair of Tallahassee
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Mr. and Mra. Russell Avery announce spent Sunday here with Ms r

the birth of a son. October grandmother Mrs. H. H. Hair Sr I-

23. The baby has been gamed Mrs. IL H. Hair Sr., left Mon. II For Sal Real Estate .. TOR: SALE

John Russell Avery III. day for Tallahassee to spend a II
few days with her IOn and FOR SALE New and used

Own Littleton Harry daughter-in-law, Mt and Mrs. I plane Prier Music Co. North

Mr. and Mra. Edgar Harry announce Horny Hair Jr. f I HORNE REALTY CORP.BUS1I Ohio Are, Live Oak 363-3188.

the birth of a son October Mr. and Mrs. Frank Futch Sr.. OFFICE cajj tf

25. The baby has been Mr. and Mrs. Louie C. Wadsworth FOR SALE
I. SI* W, Howard Si. Poulan and Pioneerchain
named Owen Littleton Harry. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Futch Jr. LITTLE ADS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS saws, parts and service.

I! Mr. and Mrs. Mattox Ward and BIG RESULTS Logging supplies, hook, clamps,
. Pails Marl Lee Braxton Dennis spent the w"kend HALL'S ELECTRIC MOTOR bows, bars and chains. Repairfor

Mr. and Mra. Tommy Lee announce In Jacksonville and attendedthe BUT-SELL-EXCHANGE SHOP All makes of electric Associate most small gasoline engines.

YI the birth of a daughter. Florida-Georgia football game Whatever the ,.,.... yes wit motors rewound or repaired Phone 362.t 688 Tyre's Saw A Engine Service

Io October 23. The baby has been Saturday. find Democrat cUsaifloda do N.F.O. MEETING single or three phase. Pump formerly Electric Service Co..

named Paula Marie. a a the Job tolckly and well. motors a specialty.<< Phone 3<3< 20 or 40-acre tracts of land $ 90S 6th St. Your small engine

o 3979. Mayo Road Live Oak miles from town. H mile off UShlway. headquarters eadj tf
David Erie Ve,In Antioch Ilonieinakrra DEADLINE FOB INSERTION pdJJ :35-31:
Oood graded road. 39%
'r Mr. and Mra. Aumond Voylea To Hold Bazaar I:" TM. T....,. Monday No. IS, 7130 P.M down balance ou good terms FOR SALE All slses of tar-

announce the birth of a son. October LOW RATE FOR RESULT i I 8% interest paulllns. guaranteed not to leak.
t 37.: The baby has been The Antioch Extension Homemakers 14 eenta ge word, with a Agriculture Coliseum ANY TYPE Ottls Brown Motor cdJJ U

! named David Erie Voylea.l Club la sponsoring a ........ of 11.". BUTLER BUILDINGS
t, Thursday.Nov. Butlerall
baked chicken supper AU cUsBiricda .... bo paid In :
CannonMr. IS. and a basaar at the clubhouse rJJ J\ Clean neat 3-bedroom home. metal panel frame buildings
rt. I 1 l Thorn
Gary advane..1ONE
I and Mra. Robert Cannon on U. 8. 121 North. S WEEK FREE NPO. Is an organization mad WORK JMEMORIAL Ideal location. Store nearby Convenient and sheds. Call T E. McCall.

work, crafts, plea and to town. $7500 Some 933-4103, Branford. Fla.
announce the birth of a aon. October Fancy Claaaifleda ordered for five Up of farmers and run by farmer. DONE
sale at the bazaar -, Terms. PdJJ 34-31
cakes will be on
21. The baby has been for the of fair
I weeks, ran the last week fre.. purpose getting a
named Gary Thomu Cannon. The supper begins at 1 p.m. $4.9 will pay for a IS word price for farmers. It la financed' Granite Marble Bronze SINGER electric sewing machine

advertisement for five ........ by tkt membersihp dues ONLY, Phone 362-3333 In console cabinet like new
WarnerMr. Thomas Emmitt Mangrove HI I'se Sawaaneo Democrat Classified UVE OAKMONUMENT 40 Acres for lease clear It for Sews forward and reverse Allattachments

i r Canto Lynn Mr. and Mra. Thomas Emmitt: for Proven Retails melons burned off. Not much ) for making buttonholes -

J.1 and Mra. Woodrow Warner Must rove Jr. announce the birthof It ls expected that when farm CO. growth. Fronts > hard roads I iig-iaggtng" and fancy
'1I 0IJ' announce the birth of a daughter. a IOn October 31. The baby era organise to price his product. Homor Sanford Rop. miles from town stitch designs. Fully. guaran
hat ,
October 30. The baby HELP WANTED
I .
has been named Thomas Em you will have opposition. So attend UTRAILER teed. Can be seen In your area.
Warner ._
named Carrie Lynn _
been II. --
mitt Musgrove Make eight monthly
I. This ls the fifth generation of WANTED AT ONCE Curb glr a meeting and get the facts. u _.. of $41 or will discount for
and kitchen help. If Interested By going to the market place and
'r.e James Randall Fennel Mrs Muagrove's cash. Write: Credit Manager.
..eb Mr. and Nra. Wm. Carlton Maternal grandparents art Mr, apply In person Parker's Drive saying "what will you give met. OPEN OWNERS: 133 8 Clearwater Road. Largo.
I Fennell announce the birth of a and Mrs. Earl Ponder of Cairo In US 129. Jasper Road. will mean only one thing, more Merit Examination to be held for 0000 TRM3. Priced BALE: Ins Florida pgbh "-2'
.. taU tI
October 30. The baby has Oa. Th paternal grandparentsare of what have had. Probation-Parole SupervisorsLocal
IOn you OUTSIDK CITY Ibul close In)
FOR BALE: 40 bu. wheat
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mus examination date and place
de named James Randall Fen WANTED Waitresses. ,
been a
PAUL A. Realtor
I 8r, of this city. to be announced will be held Immediately BYRD ty III te. germ. 11.00. No weed
d.e Dixie Grin. tf
nell. cajj
408 B. Ohio A... seed. Seed drying equipment
CLYN JOHNSON by the Florida Probation -
. Live Oak Florida
CURB HOP'and lady to work and Parole Commission for complete 1 heavy duty hand

Baby CeIHIa' Baby IvtoterMr fountain wanted. Better than Aut Organization Director the establishment of an eligibility Phone 383-1380 truck. I weed chopper, 5', for

Mr. and Mra. Theron Coleman and Mrs. Charles Ivester ,I avenge pay. Apply In personA list; QuallflfaUonst. male under ctf 1-row or cub tractor. Firewood.

announce the birth of a daughter announce the birth of a daughter W Drive In. taU tf 45 years. of "I, good character,' Phone 383-3815. eels 34-38

October 30. November I, II I cfbe 2. cltlsen of Florida for two years; "- -
FOR SALE: Used tires and
I I LADIES: boost Income. 81 --
your from accredited
Bachelor's degree FARM TIMBER PHA LOANS
tubes. Bargain for cars trucks,
Luster Cosmetics. Call LuclUCourtoy. .
college or university; good ph'I1-1 AVAILABLE:: tractors. All sites available.
I 793-S4S1 or write Boi cal condition. Duties to conduct I For Information call or see;
Public Notices 294. Jasper Fla. chJl 22-3' Some like new. Hundred to
probation and parole case Investigations PAUL A. DYRD pick from. Barber's Service

BALES AND SERVICE repreaentatlvo ; to aaalst In the rehabilitation Realtor Station. OBrlen. 35-3939..

II.... ta IJ.. O... "...4l. M N MOM who lives In the Buwan IT PAYS TO SHOP and supervision of probationers 408 8. Ohio A'.. Also available through your
NOs TNADLLNANC LAW Ik. lltk ... W MM****. A. D. IMI.u4 .
HAT CUHCMII! ir.* ftft ar ..* A.*_ M TIM nee County area. Salary and Live Oak Drug Co.The and parole Beginning Live Oak. Florida neighborhood service station
TO MM WHOM** to het IT stns ..k., ..*. ..... fMM WM W. .....1' .''''''-. Al- commission paid vacation, ho*- Co/enaallanl ISJOOOO a year Phone 383-1389 from Barber's Tire Service.wholesale .

1 ,.-.4. ......., .. IY. I.'........ .-.... 1.LI 'eaie rPww'-.o.5.151..5d: pits and Insurance plan. Truck PrvoerloUon Store" phil travel expenses, vacatltonand e U division sadj tf
.,...... C1.elw a..... M S. MM. S4 ....
W Ik* benefits.,
Yl. M r5.M.1 kr Ik* train When other Application "
PI.aL Staiiu I 4I, vUl furnished we you FOR THE BEST
11 .
= K .u M Is M BALE iso"podge
ati t rhjrM VM
ClM W Ik* Ctm* Blanks be obtained by mall roll school
IW Hk Ik Cwt, r w. ..*.. n. M(*U* *IU .. M .d he ....... rIM OMM**.1 m from bus good for hauling fishing.
, x.. nNI11.5 = Nl aslr. rills woe manager Singer Company, 401; DANA AMBUSH. Tabu ; I home, 1H baths family room.
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,......... 1M.MTrl ** > PROBATION AND cimplngi 1183 OMC pickup:
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a.1W TkTllt! J MlMtakIHW N. Marlon 8U Lake City, Fla
..... ... w.... *r Ik *H III I* CORDAY-.hme. Tjours NoL extra lagkitchen, fenced
,..... .. ku*. and electric dumb waiter, Call
... i* ik* IM *i nki > ccbh 2-24 PAROLE COMMISSION central
..... .Irk I .11I ag.a. IS .r..5Iw..4 Possession patio, air conditioning
.... 555.5 ,MI .54 I
r 1W... N.Ut. t tk* 'Iff. M Room 335. Doyle E. Carlton Did,. and mike us an offer Advent
....... SS1S.IP.. a M Mgt rs.11 HULTON Escapade, Desert heating. stood location carport
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Oct. PI.1e.. s.1 .. r 5.5 a- ... .... WANTED Assistant manage Home 383143
Christian phone
55I.. c... .. s/.IS tMirate *Mr Flower, Corn Bilk Tallahaaae, FloridaRecent two large utility rooms. 383333 -
t. awry 11 s.yS. IM .5..41 .. Hcku. trainee, ate 20-30 Inquire at MATCHABELU Wind Bong small photograph must *dbj 39-19
k 3-3706. 93-3
W5, ,,-I. ISM *t M>M* ) M Mi $ or pdJJ
t.w4 tkto 4. .t NmlMe AJ). ale ..... -d ..... 5511 atle..f ...... Town Finance Co. 313 Wes CHANTILLY BHOCIUNOFABEROaVTlgrcas. be attached. ". __u_ :
IM*" JAMES w, crrtsi _. s.1 1- .5..tI1.., .... IS.5 551 5t."I I Howard Bt, Llvt Oak. na.eeU : Woodhue, cejj 2. FARM FOR IIAI.Iar"'l.: bird
I..II IS .er.MN
N 111455 Is. N rISIS r 24-JI Aptirodeala Flambeau 3-bedroom house and barn.Deep do '. R. M. Caner, Rl '. Ute

:s ale M ,: 1.55-re 1..Ad eat LANVlN rpeg., My Bin ___ electric will ft. mile ale Phone. 771-1143' .
in till COUNTY nmci-s COURT soar. 1.5 5d M.... sa .-- Brandal' u 21-"
IN AND.. roa SUWAMNCI counts. ,'**..*. ....... -.'", SERVICE BTATION REVLON. .Intlm. Aqua. south of BiKkeye mill. Small .. pbJJ_.
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ruwiD IN r oatt ... WN.I *i 5 r. t !" f be
down the
IN at *.<.<. .< Mia M4 IS* hN ..*< M Ik* SALESMEN marine For Sal*-RM! Estate payment rest can DUE TO DIVORCE We have arepossessed
COLA JOHMauM' ALIZZACO .a. **rtk *f ai*.k <. ..4 r** Standard Oil Company I Kentucky JADE: EAST ENGLISH arranged. W. C. Parker lOt R. 85 modal swing
-- rut .t.{: ISN, 15..62 SMtk INMnk LEATIint 001 'PUB1 -- Ban Pedro Avs. Pemr, Fla.
Nonce TO u&onCMI' 1W .. w..5 115 1.N. 55.5.5 I has openings at stations needle Ptal-0MsUEli Zag.
All ..wlnn .. Ik.. l...* .f CMw IN ft M Ik. *..... *f .k*. i In Lire Oak Lake City, and CANOE: BRUTWHITMAN Branch OfficeSUWANNEE Phone 457-43(1 inN 31-3 Lit new. Makes fancy stitches
"...- ........., 1.e..a4 ... Mare.Mid :IS.rI ad la 562..5'.t 0;: rawIff CANDY
.... ,5.151 I. 11Io s.r ...- 4wea.4 a la Jasper for salesmen-attendants POLAROIDAmerican RIVER makes buttonholes, sews on
.... ... .k Ll I..1 akvk 4*. .m*. 4i NIce
1..4. lk *>* Training provided with guaranteed Greeting Cards buttons, blind hems, mono
.1 Ik. N.* CM. M. 14s. 0k.rtorM
MWMI MI4 *>ul I Ian.* Ik "rtto*C.alr *! Ala lM f .W 1. StorkII. salary white in training Amity BUirolds Bt. grama, embroiders, *t*. Guar
IW r 401 Dovting
r=a. U (Ik** WMIkMM =U** erg: U,.. o.k. Smu IS. T......* HooptlalUaUon Insurance retirement Mall<** Hooting Aid Did WHY PAY RENT? anteed. Assume remainingpayments I
.. I S** k. Sass. 1Cast Farm Bureau ,
r- VttkM <> aJ..lr5.5. .
.. Battertos Credit
TV s. W Ik CMM to vklrk M benefits stock-purchase of $8 Write
f* *f .. 5* .U. k... kMHi.<.4 ta IW CtmMIk LIT BOB WOLFE PEBION Lake
0511W. Let M MSa.4 *.N M IS plan. Standard OH Company Realtor Manager, Bog 719 City or
r .fe'Sld. WINTON I. BOfltM.
ewN 01 Tklr4 04..1 Cs5N
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.WaI.I.........d 5d e.......".. .162. -.-.. IN. .. M_ **4 I. a,*_. i_ (54. Kentucky) to an equal-oppor COMPLETE Bpeclallslng Farm *k Acreage AND BUILD A HOME TO phone In mornings or after I at
.. .... Ik. P5..*.. **4 Ik. *kk lM4 IMto kHt call .lr. and t/ 39-3
IMM >4 4 k* M kr _, _. tunity employer Write or MOUNTAIN (IERVICELIVE K >an BUTT YOUR FAMILY KEED0 783-103. prtcb
,4 sow C.r.u. 555W r
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WL 11 Sr.lre.5e 11N .. ----- -' -
.. Box
.1etHI j. Vk>tM M I.e. M' Standard Oil Company P. O.
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WI s./1 11..IIS, N ........ old AND FINANCES.Bob I
tor. 054 5..5.
"..M'>to* S IM*. .. I IT. Lire Oak Fla. Phone 163* OAK
./ totiLB ALHANnra.. ataa.. 5w..M-* .. k4 .. Ox* *f Ik m eel) an FORBAUTwobfdrOOlll BEWINO' MACHINESINI
A1ISMSN.r *f 1k SMI* n.... Ct M4 a..l .T MM CaIS home and 14 acres CLEARANCE BALK
Wolfe Contractor MODEL
CraIk J.S..a A..a.4e. De- I.... MI, a.__ c...... ....... ,
..... .....Lin $lk'* 11,1 ... .. .....>... A. P. 141IISALI WANTED Usa for established DRUG CO. of land. 4H ml. from Live Oak on Phone M2-32S3 W* have seven 14) round bobbin
Highway 51,. Ideal for small famlly sewing machlnM left Those machines .
I.lAVACOMM/ SrSSIOKStk Insurance debit for Llvt Oak
covet or THtTMWO that wants country living. UVE OAK FLA. completely. guaranteed
TH& aacvrr
.. Or** cwN Good Pk**>* MI-tMl are
and Lakt City are*
.JUDICIAL IN/ AND roo ciacvir tUWAMhu orVtjMllOA : 14-lt h*""" C..5q, /'M4N' starting pay -- and training ,--- PrUwd to eel! with easy anus cbJJ IIi Equipped to all 55.. make buttonHoles

couwrr.' IN oiAMCtav Ready for occupancy ate 121 U total pile.. Will
ILL TO QVIS.T TITLCramui IK' TH& covet or THE COWWTTHJVCJ. program, chances for edvanco* LUZIER: COSUmCSYour -- accept! older machine for part
Miiaaa vouno, I saw ANNI& rmmrv.rtoaioA merit Telephone 163-1... C -
PIISlurvwyun W ,.oen..' U towUnoM comes out when Two-bdroem CBS home In good RAu" Commnelal prop* payment. Phone Orlando collect.
W, Broughton. .. yoioro tl.Tnt WTOVMO I IM I.WIUJAH, I rr Art.* Luster comes In" For a love neighborhood, large lot a real buy nty with house and cilia lot 43377,

sal s1At1Ka RUSH.tWfIMll ttr you contact your Lust with good terms. Ready for occupancy near showing district. Apply e 21-,.
r* A* cwa..1 r-++. H..*MCl consultant./ Mra. Mamie Ms- Vastie'a Beauty Shop 33-3373
NOTKt TO ptrtNOp ..k.. *r D..a1. A..*M4 at4C.l.IS. ___ (. -
p Won.rO? 1s.W W M I.5 ...... 5m. S Boalae Opportunity Crtmon. phone J4J-JSM for an.ppotntalMl gal It NOW AVAILABLE: al Mary Car
Vm rr ta ri/mroA n 4 4 ) 4 4* Ms.-s5 MI *taM4 I baths ..... .
> ** pdJJ f-M: Throe-bedroom home. ft "
To. .*... .. ..k* ..-... -.. III- *i i* t. *kk>k r**. .* nkOT :: ter's Paint. liars, the LOOK
.. ... UN V 8 V A L OPPORTUNITYLarge ----- -- -- Small down ate
.. .44.om 1.11.5.IS. r .. MtMMi ik* *MM* ", -- I Oood loeaUofl. pay Wdo rv rl awning window. J1. *.../1.
"'_ _t r.ir.rA.. 4. krt W .M4CMMr. Ca
S United Mates and monthly of $44 54
PMe .. V***.. *.....*. VMMe 4* Ik. Ca.I* 1_ *f 4W FAKMLKJMONEY ment. payavnte Ills*, AQsiJM available gas
... *>it<** ..... w **4 i* IS ..10.5Cale nadiaa Company an agricultural par wools Lot 75'slH'. tUlvenslon Bl gall U
1 4, w5 .. ,.... ...- Y W = P1 arSI N field Wovntly require rrp* for your farm 0 ft'I- I .
M.S. ...-. ........ .e.1aw.. 14.. ..... r5.115. w ar.1r hose, rvasonabte eo&&. Termsla -- -- "- --
5.r ..4 to *M ...IYtea./Y1 ./555fa.4e.5'. rrornUUve In this county lOll fit nods. Loans la Thm-bsdroom homo, brkk. two L UMR HOUftrit Ideal for lakeootissos.
w p"I.S ..b1 H. .**M..k. M. ....... .. .... 7..r..5.5H Crop Service DrpartiAcnt. AppUcanl your up baths hardwood floors, carport 1 Ifelivcrod K your lot.
... M _IN IM **4 k> *d 5_ .... a ...... red M IS 1 years. Can North Florida" Production I 1Ift1... I A I
Mneie Duple .
rare ... .- .. .s, ISIS, sad .Y5 15.. 55.5 .. mast have recent artcuttoral *- Credit Aan. B. Otilo and ,...... Good location. Pricedte
M IS .... MY ..... 4m..etWl, :::.. ... -: ;.. 54155.0 .. = background and be Avc. Uvo Tel M1-2IM. MIT.IA06 down. PJIA. nIfAJfCINO. i bedroom. sail office. open I
*_ ..a _k .t r*a. M* ....... 162..62, ... ..... .. Ie M W.IS. Oat. '&" I. Did 3SJA PUvot 3. UnU
.*M>V.I ;k.4 S MM ki **MI. .W. 5.wM..N l- M..1. M 562.5 5.4wa.dSr w.H retarded In are*. Position C ab -lf vtfsllyof Fla.BW, IJthetaw,

r***,. i*-: ::. 5...Coma... r W ratty T5.1 1M ... .e.5 .MIS. nNNI..5w1.1.M ...... aM M Is tan tune or can h* handledat I -- s Ills Ave, Mld-BUte Engmeeahe.
Je1..a a..5 III Prat IS ee4 Ha. ... ..... first along with your preovnl Can Today 343-I3 will trade or finance. cats
.- c-e... ,.... ee4 ..wM OT T., art farming Uon.appbeanI Buc oafu1 VISIT AJmirs BEAUTY SHOP. PAUL A. BTRD. Roanor ns-mi, ea*> 3*
--&. ....... ee4 N 5115S4 .
.4 N 11IS 1..e -- .5 .....UT can ripest earalnesbetween Opertuvi Annie M Mills. 404 S. Ohio Ave.XJvOak.rU. A .a.e) May .4 .1.5515! ImM i.
-- .. .... .Nw ,.. .a1I .. 1 55 __ w.ee4 tlOMlM wwkly wHUccnnt Mary Dew Boatrlght. Myrtle 41dipN ..S.e a a..d/ plea FOR

ssa.."':'...-Cs..s. or..t, N ...5/ IS.M i .5Ms t..r.W 01 .Itw A_ opportunity for earlyedvaAretnwnl Mina. Flatus Wet*. and MsntrurM. I I etl Is .5p pN11.55W as IMNora. ficiT-_

5.5.55c..M.. n.w MY Cs.1 It. In this area. Write Ruby Sanford. caD U FOR KENT -- DPMOS far mobile

and teO mo about" yo.,...11. R* homos plenty ef ronm. Nice

ply at once U: Tk* President. WANTEDWANT and .1Ir.... Oood veil water.

Bat ll". Winter 0...... PUcajjh Las for fishing end swimming.

TRY IT! ALL NEW MF ,,165, I 21-21 MorgsfTs Trails Park U S. 90

TO BUY TraJnMt bird West Live Oak. Flav Phone

rw. con brtworn SS and M with .... Can Lake City 713-3011 343-101. gabb tf
The 4-pIow all-job tractor of the togged Maseej.Ferruson good csvrs and ..... capital or Wellborn HJ.mi. '
wanted ty minion dons ox es. PON RENT -- A *droo napartnwnl
breed I With Inrrtaseti-capaeftr edjj 33-34
new pony to go Into. buatntoa an fluwanrto m -rv --- for ,.",. Call 343*

Advanced Ferguson System shlflontbefoMultiPower and HasaiMon CountiesPansuag. WANT TO StlY A shock wrMtf 33 or 9Q.37 saJllf

transmission lainrlooa operating reaching and ..... Moat a* roaniabte. for ...... -.-- --
HKNTbM: > houM.
FOR ronm
cgpertmce b.!pI.... 0pMtattad Call MJ-IJU sail 14
ease and comfort foet-aaTiai power la the SO 34 mules south ef Live Oak

liP class gasoline or dieteL Phone for a demonstration fWd sward...win. Write a* peen for eonfklm-to avail Do It Yourself 25c Car Wash .J. T, Undvrwooil J,. ",. 4 Oat

STOLENBROWN 34*. Uve Oak pat 34furniane
tad anformaUon te O FRANCHISE

1111. Tanaaaas. Pla, SZMI roll PENT- : i-;;; cdMWOH1C ReTotaUonary pew busioca with minimum .nana,. FEMALE' dog bolongtn Also single room

mint high profit opportunity with' a secure future .. C Morgan ptek4 lIP of available. 39 Irvin Ave. Phone

BROS. U maklnr 1800 to 1,009 per month In comparable atein from say pi*.. about mMl, pal 34

WANT, areas. One franchUe aailable .In area, uddlo of OrteDor Would Mete

'rAJfTED A Job as secretary WM. A. MASSEY haN ta/onMtlon leading te FOR KENT Furnished apart

TRACTOR CO.21S 47 Can take tfXUtton.. tips flu Phew VU-2171 r. O. B.. usa ... ...... .. Jaiswc T Clark I meal roomy and aomfortaMe.Oood .
ML ) B c* ITJ. Live oak location. Call $43-314 or
and general office ..... Ca3 w;..., Paris, fWUo.
W. TH ST. 32.2311 343-3118. pajj 2-/T _h 21-1. I 343-134. gaff ItI







of Tel A. ... .'took and 'lot P. II.. s rr... for tk. nulnr' two (|) y.*..,
I Engagement Announced .'.1.... nlMl 'h. offk of BpMlal. Tax School
Buccaneers Win Over Trenton All persona mldlni within 8uw.n. District Truito I. .boU...... In tk.
._ ,
"' '' ".. Co"" '. FlorUa. shall k. auambd spatial. rlntlon.
:I lector for thl ipoclal. .l.*tloa." If aarprrion At *nld *l..ton the ....110" of tk.
I r are over tk. ... of lwrnty..nII "'_I" Tax School Dl.trlot ..ilia.. aknll
( ) yrarn and h... ...101.. In tkBUI alia .W void .. at lbs urn Urn* andplae
of Florida for not !... than *a. *. la tk* nlllnir rlorllon only
In 14-7 Homecoming Battle (II yoar prior to th. "... of rwlntr. ".....11.... rlretor Who pay hats en ml
lion for ...h .1..,,,,.. and atoll h.>.. or personal proprrty In Suwcnnr Coy.I .-
mldod within Saw..... County, Flor ,. Florida may partlclpat.
Ida, for a ...rlod of not loin. tha..1!* Tk Board of Public Instruction .,
(Ill montka prior to tka dato of .....U. Buwnnnoo CoD"'". Florida, boo ..._.
Miller Lee Gain 313 Yards tralloa for said .1..'...... P.....* r...ld. ....... and found that It I* amatory for
Cheney, ; Below are the statistic from his In Suwinno County Florida sad tn (I.) Bill to W. .._.... .. _
the Branford-Keystone Heights h... .*..to'o.* rrltord a* quallft ld.d by Inw .. tbs ..co.ury _m...
.Untora. shall not .k. r"iulrod, to r*. for tk. Mid Special, T.. School Dl.trlct
Bucs Now Have 3-4 RecordAndy game played In Keystone Heights ...,.... for tkl special. ..''''.. for th. .n.uln. two (S) '_'.. and MMrnlllat
October 29. Branford won 2613. Board of Coast Conmlallonirfluwannor will .W print.d a* pra*..Wd ky
r County. Flnrlrta law *n th* ballot ,. ... aiod.
Cheney scored two touchdowns against Trenton STATISTICSBran. By CURTIS O. HUMPHRIES Board ., Pnkll laitructloa
Chairman Buwanno CountyBy
Friday night at Branford High's Homecoming to pace Key ATTEST U M. CREWS JR.
First Downs 14 I 9 LAVAUGHN A. SESSIONS e..r.. ...
the Buccaneers to a 14.7 win over the Tigers. Rushing Yardage 273 1116( Es Offlelo Clork ATTEST:

broke loose on his first scoring sprint late in IIIIIN HENRY M. FOLSOM'
Cheney Yds. Lost Rushlnr 7 21 a..po...........,
the second Quarter on a 50 yard run and Scarboroughkicked Net Yds. Rushing 266 129 THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT. li-tl
the'ixtapoint to put the Passes Attempted .4 5 I FLORIDA.N PKOBATE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of THE

Bucs out In front at halftime 7-0. STATISTICS Passes Completed 2 !2 IN KRl!:I K.I.U of THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND

j! Trenton tied the score midway Bran. Tren., Passing Yardage 16 33 HATTIE E. PLATT.Dr..mtMl FOR IDA. SUWANNEE COUNTY IN CHANCERY.FLOR.

I1 through the third period on a fl First Downs 1 13 Yards Penalized 55 0 NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll ARLIH M. PALMER and kl. wife
."" ,1"." af tko ntal of Hittk
\ yard drive by Fullback Grady Rushing Yardage 329 180 Times Penalized 7 I 0 E. Platt. 01........, ..* baby aotlflo JaURRELL V. PALMER. ,

Jones following a 57 yard marchby 16 13 Fumbles Lost 1 2BUCCANEERS' and '"....... to fill any claim. or ... ... Plaintiff.
Yds. Lost Rushing i la ...... ...1... thry may ...... .,."., said. FRANK MAYHEW. sl
the Tigers. Jones also ran the Net Yds. Rushing 313 161 etas In ,... offl. of 'h. .....1, Iud". D..r."....'.. .

PAT to account for the only scoring Passes Attempted 5 8 TALE of Buwanao County. Florida la tkilourtbon. NOTICE TO DEFEND
.. al Lira Oak. Florid., wltkliil
by Trenton.In Passes Completed 1 2 Individual Record calrndar ..on. 'h. from tko data' ol TOl FRANK MAYHPW aba. known
the fourth quarter Branfordtook 21 ,h. first publiN/hn.f tkl. aotl.. Bael FRANK
17 :
claim. .r "....,,01 seat .ko In wrltlni
over on downs on their 36 35 40 _ld. MAGGIE: MAYHKW: nlM kiowa sa
Yds. Til h.
Yards Penalized Tries Av. and oust .tata clan or nci
23 yardsto ud .,..m.. .dd.... of tk. el.'...., MAHUE: DIXON. JAMES
yard line. Ronnie Lee ran Times Penalized 5 4 Branford |w MAYHEW: .... known .. JAMFHMAYHUE.
ko to ky tko elalmaatkla
and anal iwora
the Trenton 41 and Cheney Fumbles Lost 2 0 Miller 6 60 10.0 II ascot or kla ./. or It will I i dos! known. ..ARTHUR ARTHUR .MAYHrW
..... raid according .. law.Novrmkor .
19 133 70 1 MIRIAH MAYHPW, .l.o known
Cheney M
Individual Records again brought the crowd to their Lee 14 68 4.86 J ,/ FRANCES RPFRRINO: HUE MIRIAM and his wir. EDNA TOM MAY.MAY.

I covered the field on a Johnson 1 1 1.0 0 t /HENRY/ DICKINSON HUll MIZEU.-LEE LIVESTOCK
RUSIIING feet as he \ ./ ... J. KIRBY
,... COMPANY a ._"'''''. aad 'Wlrakaowa '
Tries Yds. Avg. TD 41 yard trek and Scarboroughadded Kelley 2.4 2.0 II ." Fioeutrlx. and Easters of apouaca, ...... at .... 4..
to give the Buccaneers Keystone! heights E.... of Haul C. Pl.ltdooMird. .1|... balm. ......., acer.Mr..
Branford the .
te .... .
na.e..wr .
trait or prr. |
Cheney 14 193 13.79! 2 a 14-7 lead. Cooper 10 32 1.2 0ninck ".., on* *r prtl* rUHalkr.1. .

Miller 6 52 8.67 0 Halfback Ronnie Lee scored 10 20 2.0 0 ., ... .. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI sad,.....Ik...., unknown aadr ar ..aln.t tkomj I

Lee 9 68 7.58 0 from the 9 yard line on the final Brokas S. 14 57 4.07 2 ,i!I ,"'I" ", THIRD FLORIDA.JUDICIAL IN AND FOR CIRCUIT UWAN.Of THEM MAYHEW..pos..f SIN knownMATTHEW MAT..

Trenton play of the ball game but Bran- Brokas M. 1 770 0 NEE MAYHUE. PRANK
I Jones 21 99 471 I ford was In motion and the play Homer 1 13 13.0 0 Mr. and Mrs. Gene Dodge of Kansas City, Kansas, announcethe J BAILEY and wtfa TO, E8TFR TITLJT. MAYHITK.: Win* s ...* af ,,,. sane

: Lancaster 12 26 2.18 0 annulled. PASSINGAtt. engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter C, BAILEY aad W. W. BAILEYand Mid FRANK, al.MAYHEW bases JOSFPHMAYHEW JOSEPHMAYHUL

Hurst. R. 7 10 1.47 0 Cheney carried 14 times for 193 Cmp. Int. Yds. TD Wanlta Fern of Lake Placid to William R. Collins, son of Mr. *lf. tARAR rialaUUf.PENRACOLA B .BAILEY EVA MAYHEW a* GLA .

Thomas 8 32 40 0 yards with Lee carrying 9 times Branford and Mrs. Roy Collins of Branford. The wedding will be an eventof ... PER. .....kaow CLIFFORD a* EVA MAYHEW MAYHl'RCMSPFR. '
PASSING for 68 yards. Miller ran 0 times Miller 4 2 0 18 0 Saturday November 20, 1961 at 1:10 pjn. In the First Baptist RAILROAD COMPANY AND GEORGIA., ..1p.r. MARION PARROT air* known ..

L d; Att.Cmp.lot Yd. TD for 52 yards and did a swell fob Keystone Heights Church of Lake Placid. No Invitations are being sent but all ."-.'. CLIFFORD PARROTT. sad MAYKUE MIURFI MARION MAY
Broku M. 2 0 0 0 0Broke. NOTICE TO DEFEND
4 Branford running Interference. friends and relatives of the eouple are Invited to attend. THE NAME OF HEW.: alaa bases a* MILDRED
IOU 0 IN ., .
S. 1 MAYHUEl\: Mck whose pbua ofMaMraoa
post 3. *
t Cheney 2 0 0 0 0 The Buccaneers now a THE: STATE OF FLORIDA! ... aiallla addroaor

I. 3 1 1 17 0 record for the season. They beat RECEIVING TO Eark of lbs followlnc" aamo4 0. ara ..k.... and all p.nas..his.
Miller ,, roaldoataad
,,,, ..,.. wbN..ddrNa .
Trenton Hastings 13-6 in the season opener Caught Yds. TD BULLETINContinued rMldoaoa w ......... _.It;tP. tmg .aap MUM. ritkt till* or later.oat .
la, lira. tW Ml
Public NoticesIN ar pa. prop.ortyWrohi
f: Branford .._.. sad Goorfla Railroad
,I Lancaster 7 2 2 21 0I and lost four games 2 18 0 From Pag 9)) Co..pon,, William/ Baltey. ....... C 1_ dMcrlkod or sap part
; Wilson 1 0 0 0 0 to Chlefland 28-6; Greenville 18- Cheney ( ...a..... aa Tra.taoo. Ella Boaaloar DEFENDANTS. GREETINGS
Heights ... Lllllo A. ..''II.... A. A.
and Jasper Keystone W. Mlllor.
27-13 mention.
able Yes .
13; Newberry ; ar* Wrvky notified "" a proMdlat -
RECEIVING 1. 0 THE K..... *.. L Korff Ooloa B.arallk.oa ....
winning the last two Cooper ..-- CIRCUIT COURT OF THE bales IHIo Wad araackt
Caught 1'dll. TD 13.7; before THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Ol' W. liar Emody. W. O. In 'h. ('IN'" Coors for .._... Caaa.ty. .
a from Keystone Heights 26-13 and Norris\. 1 24 0 DANCE A SUCCESSOne FLORIDA IN AND FOR IUWAN. ....d'.. II.,... Konaody MaryJ. ... Florida ....., all poraoa. ........>.
Branford ..... A. C. a.h>.k. FlorBrink. "
Trenton 147. PUNTING would think that after all Nil COUNTY. IN CHANCERY K.. J. N.',Wllaoa. MM. A. B. WIUMH. .., ...... rlckt. ,,,Ie, k>tont is. ar

Flssell 1 17 0 The Bucs play Cross City there Fonts Blkd. Avg of this excitement that students amm.: L MORRIS D1VOIICI Ckarloa Dl.... ....LarronorH 5. WU lira spas, cltaato IW fallowln.k Sawaaaaa aoatrikod c:...salpr.p.a .

I Trenton Friday. Nov. 12. Branford would be too worn out to c'4 nee Plaintiff. aim. ,5.15.54. Flrnead'E.. Norrl... FlorMa.. SowillS.Mahs

Wilson 1 10 0 flssell 1 0 40 on Friday night but around 150rrownups JERRY'. MORRIS. Howard. M..rrb. B. H. ..,..... O. T.....oa..* WMt I ...Ads... of Raay BWlloai. II

Hurst M. 1 11 0 Keystone Heights and growlng-ups attended DofmrfMit ... Klrkpo'..... Raalo B. Rhbb04Mrkk. E.1. ITS fool Nnk of ,... ......

., PUNTING More species of flowering Brokas S. 1 0 >45 Homecoming Dance. TO harp .. Maul. ...... lad kaowiao4ro lolomoa. 0.....FMrkor.Ckrlatlaa.A. Ida O. CkHailaa K....... wool *ornor.. ... MM ....... aadnaalac
the U Ft. .....nln.. Coorila.. Nortk' aa Bortloa It". to
PonY Blkd. Avg. plants are found In California Cooper 2 0 21 A swinging time was had by all Yoa ara ......., ...lfI.. that a torn. ROM Leo ...FloMkor. and tf, Mrrtla dead, ..Krukam. ... of- iii.......' tornor af ....'''....
';p Branford than any other state. Of come congratulate plaint for 4lror like to
i and we sued Court mitt aro roaalnMta a* water Sortloaj llao .. roator ofBOMMV
t. Flssell 1 0 26 30,000 different plants In the decorating committee on MTV.. ape of roar yoa.Nan..k.d. Iraatooa. orodHora, aanaaor. II. ,...... Boatk oa natorBMtlaai
the .. ...... aad .o all aoraaaa araartUa
Trenton United States a sixth grow In Branford In* la th..ompll./.* tko riolntlffi ,..... aa.dor Ua* II* ,.... IWar* WM
a Job well done and especiallyour Atlomrr. Win. R..4.II pl.shl.r. P. OBn I arolnal l,. .." to:Y aor. to Mrtor Bortloa .Ua* sad ....
} Wilson I' 43 California heartfelt congratulations go Ss, Uro/ O... rleri.... sad fU ,,,, ft .. tlalm. .. any ta.torral Boalk atoar. aaartor' Bortloa Baa
ordinal la Ik* .." ... of Ik. Clork. of thCircuit awl a hi. aay I... ,. .. tWro WM I* Karat af
Personals to Mr. Humphreys. Jerry Scar. Court m *, Wforo ,... Ilk oaiof ta ,... .lads korola doorrlk.odi .......1..., a. West ........" Ua

borough and all of the student Dofamkor. A. D. I.... If ,.. saw "I af ,.. kor ..... af said Bortlov I*, all .ta BrriUoj It.Towaokl .
Yoa sad sat
....,.. t _t'. ..... II Ea.1.aaatalala .
tko N.4bu.. tko allora.. .... .... "
council members who did a ter. ttor. af ,... roo.pl.IM' will ko tekn .. led Ib1 sath oovHy II sam. aiar or ...*
.., b, T. J. Ballo
SPECIAL! making the 1965 .on'...... kr s... I brwsbl yoa ad yo* are arkr ron-lrod I* fll* will
r I WAREHOUSE Mr. and Mrs. Olen Murray of rifle job in SLf... X.,. C. salty .. W. W. Clork
Ik of MM Cwt atTk
Don Md .r4.r4 In Lit* Oak, Flor.Ma. i Hallry and kl. r/lfr. .... 5aib,. f* poor
Branford and Mr. and Mrs C. F. Homecoming the best ever. this Ilk aar ,f N.,. >kor. A. 0.Ices. tko Clnalt Cwt ., tka Tklrd JadMalrirrall Monaco, aaawar, 4-loom ar atkor pl.5.

Johns of Lake City visited relatives One serious note however: To ... Florida. la sad for ......- In*,w ta koforo aaM ar.nidlat tk 4tk day t* ll.af. Doooa taaialaiatM k4iItU.
dur _." Florida. aad yoa ar ,
v who injured .
In Fort Walton Beach last Bill Terry was ., Circuit. Court I .._..... ......... ... roaalrad Wflla .aad. laoraaftar .aorro.. a aooy oIk >
i wt Iusasw .. ylahilirra attoraoy, Arth.r Lawrraaa. >
lag the Homecoming game CwslIbl... ,... wrUtoa aaiwor ar dofmara t*
Thursday.Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Long of give our best get well wishes and SEAL Bri Llllla Ko.,..... D. C. tko Mid oowplolat MOM, la flk tko>d ......-,../. ....fb........Clorkof yoala .Jr'.'d.- .*Bo Ik:':....U%.* rajkIMI ook.>

LOW I LOW I LOW II I Ir' Atlanta. Oa., visited Mr. and Mrs. hope that he is back with us soon. M.ts .... Clraall Cwt k> aad for CoartkaaM Bawaa.Coaalr. ,...*...or...tatoroot..._ arorty... or boa.10.a-aoa... Iko 1.P .
Florida, at tko
R E. Hatch Sunday. Mrs. Long NOTICE Is 0.5 FLrld. b.f.ro 1N k--.Novels 'all.., a* lad*meat will
MUrod .
antaat ky dofaaM.WHaoM
.L: : yoa
remained for an extended visit Mrs. Lola P. Wllllami and Mrs. I will aot k* maoMlklo" for tar 4..,. Ilk .S b.e..b.r. 0. ISIS. sd a>y kaaaad *M| af MM
Sunday hi..rr.4 or' ....... .,(..4 kr ..,.... MTT. a copy ... MM *.*.*. or dofoaorapoa Cwt at u, n... rbrrtda Ills .... M,
with her parents. Minnie L. Phllpot'spent ells ,.... ...,.... (fur Monday, Or.tokor ... Raadoll II.......... Alba.y if ...._..... I Ml.LAVAUGHN.
Rev. Allen Price is attending with Mr andf Mrs. 8. O. Phllpot II. .*... I for Pl.lalKf.' P. n. Baa ass Uo Oak.FlorMa ... A. SF.BR1OMSCknrk

IN PRICE the; State Baptist Convention In In Bell. as-is JIMMY BOBtUOM I .. ,ky aa,..ar..Wfaro.. of tW MM SUto dot....ai Fwr.Ma. ro.alrod ... TlroaH Gs4.y.,54 CwrBuwaaaoo

fort Lauderdale this week. Leon D. Hatch and Tommlt If yoa fill M4.Mado..pw By I ./ ........ BadfordDopaly .
roofn** will W Mlorod ani.'w frIW
Mrs. R. O. Griffith. Mrs. V. M. Minter Jr. attended the Florida 'IN THE CIRCUIT COURT or THat rllf 4a.*dod la MM Maipkilal.TW ..... dark

Moses and Mrs. Gregg Manes Georgia football game in Jack THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Ol satin of MM .... -t* to Mtaklhk, -
Ill.. to tW followdimk 4 land M
were business visitors in Jacksonville sonville Saturday. NIL COUNTY. IN CHANCIR1 IW '''1.''''.. to **M tHk,> ... to n. OR TRADE NAME FICTITIOUS LAW
G S ECONOMY I ( TREEZEREXTRA Monday. F-ftOab BILL TO QUIlT TITLI *r.. ....... tfcottfr*a, 5. **t punk kiMM 10 WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
-,11L. oaMa roatrala yaar .
Matte .... .
la Wreky ,1* ah54 *
E. I
Miss Hilda Jones of Orlando Staff Sergeant William Plalaufl aayon from aMortm say ....... IHto.rnuroct. ........ praMl to IW ftMHtea*

IAke NICE spent the week end at home with Bykes Jr. and Mrs. Sykes. who LONME... JOHNHON. al ...lm a* aowwad. M ar .. MMlaada. MM ."' ,.... Ckwlor ...... or .ortbMil
aad *rry part *r porrol dired .
... .
t FtorM s..tagal..
will .
her Mr and Mrs. Fred been stationed at Ellin Air 0.fnd..l.NOTICE ro
parents sod from pranata or sI5apl.rN 1 tola* wHk .... Clork ... Iko Clmn."
Jones and other relatives. I Force Base in Fort Walton is IM Till NAME or TO DEFEND pnoorwt* ay nah kn oaatty ** orMoaal .B .&4 for ...._ Cosa,. FhiMa.Ea .
law to .....* _lua of tMk M
Miss Phlllis Crlbbs who attends with his parents. Mr. and Mrs THI UTATE OP FU>RIDAl ,... ,.1""'.''* d.Mtik.d ral Mlato rite :::: e.Mq,:: 1-: p.515515 .4

the University of Florida Bill SykM. Sykes Is waiting for or.df'l'I Tilt Bark db... wkooo. '.' .std.'.,.,Day. loriooai* Do.foaoaat. aad .....* hi Sawaaao Cawatr: ,....... I50.-s 5.455 .-.-, Awewo.ass. .wsI

I Iin Islandarea.. ...... M-wHl IB...* wklrk. w* sill ..*..* ta baolaoM,
tJ Gainesville spent the week end to the Phllllplne 000! wIMw are to wrllooal I .*.k> at tW aortkwoH oorao *tooiiaai
1 ".h._ Poarlta. JoaooomDorotkr II. "._.... I ....... w.wd M oacavo ta. b..s... tanral
Mrs. L. and daughter ... ...
visiting her grandmother tfrs. Sykes young M. WkHo. C..,... WkIM. Ron IS Eat aad ran ...... aroa. aroaad Flartaalad
A. Sims and other relatives. will reside In Branford while her W altr. sad If ooaa1, ..... of tkoir ... Monk.. lt'14 ..... aJ... .... northUno oar addroM t. Rt. |. a.. ... M..
kMK. FWtd
known ....... aarloora, ..... ItMft
r' apaa.r. of MM ...- U. a dlolaarof
Mrs Robert Fletcher and Mill husband Is Tk nl.M .
away. aoaoj.kk k aaotklrdARTMrB
-. 411NS.5. w1.
1V .. ..... fort to IW oniarlMM of *M ..
',)a. Joann Dempsey were' business Mr, and Mrs. M. B. Jordon of I sad all .-: or" ..alto .bl.lr b/, ..u.... trod, tkian raa Mss ,- A. UMTONOTIS

visitors In Jacksonville Saturday. Starke visited Rev, and Mrs. Allen Uroaato h. or .ass a.i tkoni aM I4'ir W.5L55 oM ooolarn* I RILEY
all ........ say ..... .1..14 fort to tW aortk HM af
Returning home with them Wl'rlMra. Price and family Sunday. Bill I :.t.r.-' b 104 .... ...... .... ISM ... CWrlM Dktkao*. tkowroraa i I D.1.l1.REBECCA tl.. M,B.4 BRAKTLEX 0eteIt0I .. DI. -

I IIr Lamar Carver and daughter Price, who has been visiting Mr. celvs. >n4 _fk ... yoa aro korokfMllfM Monk Mao il'lf III faa wet*. tWara able. *lea.Mnortk 14*.

; Miriam. Little Miriam Car and Mrs. Jordon. returned home. tkot S suit. ta ....11' bat .... Monk.. ..II WMt ....< MM ot ARTMtm RH.EY14ti A. UNTOMOTMt
1: kronokl acnlMl you ky tkrMom T1.*a, Mao 11 to** ..... ran Mortkll
ver spent few days last week asa B.EBBCCA
t. Iko Ctrmn Coort of tko Tklr4 Jo4ltlnl .* Wot ..... MM sots Ha. I
patient in the Baptist Memorial Magellan found cotton growingn Clmn of rh.rld I. a.4 for a.. II. foot Nl.. West Ma* ... MMrWtloo |

t Hospital in Jacksonville. Brazil around 1120.I .waniioo....... .Conniy...on,...Florida. ....,ro4 and an4__.ar... ,I ..IS....IWoM tW MM nra WMt Narlk.*...IfWM lilt TME ciwcvrr COURT or FLO.
...._ ..._ IDA THIRD nmiciAi. CIICh tY, IN
tI') 4 to fUo your or tfo dtaUao af l...rl foH to IW patntkaW
:. I ....la....a.sass.eau.u.uauuu.n.na.u.a.u.u....., foam to Iko c..,..", Iliad. kotM I d ......-. ..... ad less AND FOR SUWANNEE IN COUNTY CHAMCFRV.MM .
,.," 04.1.0/y55 M aakt r... s Iko offlr am awra ar h... .. Cabs,.
: of tko Clork of tko ClmM Cowrt. L .... 1'0 QUilt tITLEL
Mid ao.kak. aor Ikal Met5f ... .
... for a._._ eJaoo." PbM..1 .. C. tIT ''G *o4 .*. wlf.
I ,too ...... ... ... .aa. DA.
FUCO tko Coonkoooo .* 1.1.. Oak Flortdo.M oao* ft Ooaaty .-. all kotactko .> STARUNO.
or totoio 1041411. day of Norowkor Nortkwoot Oaarlir o< too PlalaUrfa.loniT'r. .
: A. D. 51.5 aad aoro a ro.y W raidaaaww NorlkvoM Vwartor BorUoa la.TavaakNt .
of dofonor ..oa Wn. Randall I Seth ..... I* EaaV rm>BoN. -* u.
Slnwkio*. A,......, for PlnMMaf. r. aBM -..... IIJ ..... ajir. ar twa.Tka IWroadaatorWYKE
Ml Lrra Oak. Ftartda. oa or ...... TO DEFEND
: OOOM ..,... COMV-OI Mat
Petroleum Products for* salt dais. a*..:-s'w' ky tko k> MM kaa .... *aa ... tko Bas of ........... If yaw ,.. kr raw* af laa Tklrd "........ CtroaM ..5staid. SONS P..tTtNBOM aad WILLIAMCLdc'N..5. .. _
.. oo s dew aro ooofoaow wifl ko *otor4 > la ... for Bwwaoao* Canal* plus W nHi
BULK DELIVERY wnlool ya for tko fIM ......- ...... sad Iko .kkMitalod Mlla r* tokoowat JAMEB OMTGOIirSTll'NTEII
od to. said moxalaloi.Tbo .. : aad kla wakoowo .air.
T. t. Mary vtf
ait :
said :
.,... of aaM *.H I* to oMakMakIMIr MOOO C. Bolloy, aad W, W, ....., ..m4.Y. she paw* of w.M.s.' I* J>. .>o o
a 's Fuco Farm Fuels and to Iko ,.,...... Sn.ilkid bed la .Rotor.. Barak .. HIM. ,.......... r* :-,. Esa5p. THE RIECDTtVEDMMrrntR : : .
tko Pn>ln..,.. to onM tNI Sad t. ro.a 1'.._ .... Gwras ....... c- OF NONE .MIBBIOMS.
'f'l **** ...... ,.....fr.a aa *. fortk laaaM M ate Dofradnaia.Wkaoo TWill PBEBBYTEB1AII CMUBOI eou.
Fuel pau.
Home Comfort
Heating ooa,MoV aX. ... want ,oaor ., Wad M CVrrk of tWriroatt niEBJI O B. Ill MARrETTArrREjrr .
l 5 t sass rum a irnla. say rki.tltta. Cwt sad 45.1 .455N Cvar .> .
'Ih kiloro**. ...... or ......... ki orto tI..* (l.. a._ c-..,. Ftartoa.tkl ATLANTA CEORAIA. sad
GASOLINE OIL_ DIESEL FUELS aaM hiada, and ..., port or par**! .. tad day of Mo..*>w A. n !.*.. /5l. .55s.,. 05555.0 B
; TRACTOR FUEL_ KEROSENE ,......... aad from roooroiluc or attoaixox LAYAl'CNM A. SUaMOMBOr .>la. sad aT -... .... wakawwai War
k y-riiiulo sap aatt ki o oty tIe. > of OrawM eo... N ..... -..-. beau.., p Seas.wdacea .
h hrpQL, ...... ..... .
( TIRES BATTERIES or a W p ii.iioaof h waaaoo C_t,. FlorUayt t.-.L SoW5. -
.. .... .
tMI M tko .. -. raolwlalo. "I.4Lt a' p..w w
h/tac aad b.s k (awaa* ..... ........ ft. C :; b.:lh.sl, s.Mr M ===:
Model CA12DA Comty. FWOa. t*>wltiLota i5.ss M M, 505cr asd sS ..bs.1 pees
i GEORGIA ACE FERTILIZER : S, 5. t. S. 5. I*, sod 5.515 r, slat
I II. RV. ;k II. Tow* of kroafard.TW MOTE ; Any Quantity Any Analysis Bulk or Bagged DOOM of too Sat h> ...... oaMaN Foai *T.CIAI. TAX 40..5.4 554.. 1145s ... ...... II ...
EXTRA S PAC E Holds to 406 Ibs. of frozen food! h.. ... .loMttMd .la .... CINes aomot. DunrrrT IMX .. ft: ....,. pli ilia, toTW ..w
up red of Iko Tklrd JadMol Ctrrair uwAXNEa COUNTY, \.04I1D4 Bull"-a.t qaar.o. ISIHI af
SPREADER SERVICEWe r....... la aad for avmaoj** Ooowiy.Plvrlda. NOTICE MIIIEBBBf ftl"*M ..... ....... S*. Tawaoka I .... ,
sad tko ....,..... tab t*' bis.M f arb.l Tr.hsM (| ....
.... .*... kit CkrUtoM TIor... ......Iff. IM ..... oIsss1 frlMl DMlrarl N.. Lasst. Yes-sad 5.H of .
EXTRA SAVINGS Bulk buying Is smart buying. Handle ASCS Purchase Orden **. ..... "...._ .. si. D.ra4oaa.WMaoaa | .h.1.' Ib,54. Iw lb. .55. aw1Hd 1150 M.R. w. :rL HG e.uwS
**y .... aa Orr ... Ik* Car. ItMl OfWlwM :>:: ... f. paws T.l sad ... .5. IDA 'BLOr4. bbd ....
.... COO.H sad Boat W woo CortfcIku Dtotrtrl ...... I. S.wa.a. r-e. .- Cs..bw. .. q. a.... c-
i FUCO "93' GASOLINE i U0eII.. 'day 1.__ C-'"'p F5,45., ... "-- ..... ko aak.o% .o .*. aa.. .1 ___ c-.... P5W 45r.4
EXTRA CONVENIENCE-r t tk at Ortilrr. A. 144.tAVArcin waM ... tar ..-* oa tW o.ora>lilorttoa -- ... es.5 d M M M..a.NS
p ??, ,. ?. W. Hav Our Own, Tank Transport 1/EM. kolM Wtd a* ."a- .aok. .. to wa A. stnroKS
: M TrooM for **>OB>| TM Braoot his. IOta to ,.. aWo* dunlkid all pooaortparotod .
Is never more than' 6 inches away from refrigerated surface. 4 Clark of ClroaM CM Irarl ..... 1 sal troaofor la* stet ., to Bi .o.s55 d..,. rVrtoa
... ......
c_. .
i Id TiaaKia. I..al..5M >oa.rM Yoo aw ,.... Wookpaar>>d ....
separate door shelves put packages, left overs at your fingertips FUCO BRAND INSECTICIDES as-se krry avorlal es4./ da ajkt rtUao.. I Ila I DAN saw da* .. toa Mass. T* 55iw4 -
la* aWrd of A a M ).ce.ths rid Iee.a.W *. I.... ... yes ....
NOTITE Or rtC1AL ElECTION k* koM *o Taooday. Po .a a. I. 4$. a> aaol dwto raw af .sari w
.. None u HtaciiY CIVEN tat Mwo** ta* kom ... I A .. ... t r .. : ... ay saw Am.. aiuuM
$189.95IflDRV'C FREE S&II GREEN STAMPS _.. ...t..iot to Awtlrto 111 of tao FW*I I. ...-. vabl p5N .... too ... Mss.W a 5.5w is .... ,, ..r5n.wf..ds .
CaaoMlalbo) .... aaaMraolo. pmaf .salad s5.. WI.5.N :... 5 p. a .: L r .. 5.5.
: 'I WITH ALL HOME DELIVERY 'I : tko Flriloa __ s rortal .1. a.4..= .r=.. 50. b54AAl Itr1S." W ............ --- 51555lb.

OF PRODUCTS ... .... wtII 5. ..... 55 Awl.,. 0.-- e..15ls4 .sees *i5 5. sat ...u.i .. sass 1. 15o 54 .
1 .:.:. PETROLEUM boo t. 14*. *. ....... tko ProaooNantTW = I.1 C5ab .4 .... a.- Cwn 54 .... _
TIRES & BATTERIES offVo ... Oonoty ..nlaljraa aVtarfIk -----.1 50,5 4 555555
ELECTRICAL ; to.- Ts._ .... ba a5wb.d sd ........ 5. .ho .NY.54 Mr TI.srbM C.d.... :. :. .=.. sns.1 :::
Call U* For Complete Farm and Horn Service : dMkM of onM PalifctUoa T1555.Ia DoeIntteo 5..o too sass5.1.4 /. DOME sad Oa./51Y .d55 ..
5.144 s ... Ord .4 r.os Isstu.w be pt... ..... .mh ... hpw5.N.M.1 5.. m./Ibeswd.5.Ces.a..4 .
IVIKDT 3 t!.. .. ..IlapN. -- .4 Ab5. 5as..s. 4 54 tho IWooIW a.nea..
APPLIANCES FUCO OIL -""'" _... ., ,... P5.45 /.55N fwoo,. r55. w sap 115.5w .... la ... d M.s..4.,. 104..
t M..1 .* al w ........ CII' ___ tIvaueRN A. sgssMILuAL1
ko .sMLS 1. L. 4w.1l' OW T rw 0.... .. e_
" PRODUCTE. waaao* Cs awh. = .. too 5555.4s.. .r 5.55- --- c.-... 55555M
SERVICE most important & CHEMICAL CO.
u our .... -bm/4s 5W bs .... M IMNaas dew 4Mu. w. ..... G.sp 5.5.45.w
362-2678 l''s..1a15.'s.tlpwe' .... to 55. 14.4 w 5.4 ..aboM dILO ...... .......
Howard St. Phon w. I... 15. h.N1.s ... .... Mew ...... --. a..
UVE OAK FLORIDA P. 1. .54 .... .. 5551 ba..w ... ..... ... 555514 e.5. .... too d..4 55
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