Suwannee Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028422/00310
 Material Information
Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: November 18, 1965
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000398954
oclc - 33273856
notis - ACE4563
lccn - sn 95026787
System ID: UF00028422:00310
 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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SERIAL SECTION SPr 66 ...... (0 ,,1,1GAINESV
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Home Of ) Try Live Oak '


Florida Boy Ranch Sherifft SUWANNEE I MerchantsFirst .r


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With 80 County Chamber Farmers Of CommerceCroups Associate Live Oak Vo-Tech School Is 'i

first Pledge meeting SupportThe of the Chamber of Commerce for Approved By State BqrdJ :,

new officers this year started off with a boost Tuesday
night, aa County Agent Paul Crews presented the Chamber :
$800 representing memberships for 80 farmers in I,

Ruwann County.. t ;
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New Chamber President Lamar II
James SentencedTo I. Sutlvumeee llomecttmtng Royalty
Hancock and the board of directors
Democrat Recognixeil .. .. .. _
expressed their appreciation Will Be Spent
By Kiwanis Club of the farmers' Interest In Chamber 10 Years ForManslaughter
activities citing the tremendous "" Live Oak was one of 12
Tb* ItA....* Ctab neegnl.edthe VAI
s......* Democrat w..- Impact that sericulture has locations approved for voca !
esdsy noon fr eomotmity on the economy of Suwannr tional-technical schools by ,
service, pramUag' tk recognition County. the State Board! of Education '
Hancock said that the
I award. PabHsker LMC proper cooperation: of farmers and P. L. James convicted of! Tuesday The approval was {
C. vTsdswwrtk.Tb merchants and businessmen the manslaughter Wednesday in' on an application made jointly (
award WM .,..entHI bytk expanding economy of th* county Circuit Court for the shooting by Suwannee and Hamilton ''r'
..... db te nr pdU.n *f
of James Rivera in Live
S could Increase at a nor rapid County for a center in
sad Its staff -
Ole Denweral peraoanrf
fir .........lnc senkI.lfi. .* rate.New Oak June 18, was sentenced Live Oak.Florida's.
Oak sad S.......* directors of th* Chamber to 10 years in the state prison IltS Legislature appropriated :
are B. A. Swing. Leon Lawhon at Raiford by Circuit up to $1 million for ''j y
and Dr Donald Bucrh Judge R. II. Rowe. 1 construction of the area schools "'
Crews also presented a chart The Jury' returned I verdict of M designated by the state board \\1
predicting that the agricultural manslaughter shortly after noonWrdnead. with no more than 1800.000 to be ..
Income for Suwannee County i .". June WM tried on a spent on any one facility.
r would reach 1)0 million by 1875 a I chute of murder Subsequent to the legislative
OUT LOUD til million Increase! over 10 Coy Keller, Negro pled\ guilty appropriation a II-man commit.tee .
,farL Crews said the projection to breaking and entering the WM appointed by the Buwsn-
Wttk ...... C WaaswortkSchools. WM based on past records and born of Annie U. Langford on nee County Board of Public Instruction ,
his research and meetings with March I. 1MI, and WM sentenced to make efforts to secure 'f
farmers her. to flv years probation Wednes- a vocational-technical center
That most people have oome to The county agent sis predicted day. for Ute Oak .with Harry ''I'II
realise that school and education that the Increased Income from Kelley had previously been convicted Weaver, director of Florida
ar* the basis for many of to agriculture would be spread am < of the charge, but .WM .... Sheriffs Boys Ranch acting as
day's unsolved problems become one fewer farmers. leafed' from agate prison for retrial chairman 1'1'II
'clearer each day aa on* follow J. R. Sluder Suwanne County on th* grounds that h* WM Weaver contacted Tallahassee
,various news media for every Farm Bureau president Pledged Insolvent and WM not repreent Wednesday, said that he .was
facet of communication todayI t.ht cooperation of his organisation ed by aa attorney at acre original "very Molted" about the ..pproyaJ.It. I
seems to be bringing to th* people In all Chamber projects that trUt U. entered the guilty pie said that the center's eitabllshmenl I
th* Importance of education In would benefit the people of the In the pretence of his attorney.In Rowans High llM *mlBf (hwe* Mary Alls D......... forts frssa rtfbl. .Is flaaasd by bee hen will climax two I
this fast moving world of ours county.. a civil cats Thursday Judge leer,, sit to b* seen al batttlm daring UM 0.....mlng lama Friday. From left. I* right are Ao... and one-half years of effort by
This county DM bad Its shareof It WM recommended by Inman Rowe directed a verdict In favor Area, 7lk grab alteadaMl Mates Wy.s. Sib grab atteadaall Jeannle hale, tlk trade alleniantiJasil citlsens her and Interested per
unfavorable publicity concerning Avery' that a brochure be prepared of this Attendants In a suit by I......... pruMwwi 1 Qe Mary M.lees .*.. PlU...... prlsMesst Vert Bkee.. lets grade al- son throughout the slate who\
our schools and our problem on th* building complex at th*. AUiUU Insurance Company ......... mad t-M I........ lltk grade att........ (In'....,.. ilaff ....1.. wished to se* a center In Uv*
U no less acute than Is th* one Agricultural Coliseum to be distributed against Jack and Jimmy Molt. Oak. ,
In Duval County, Th difference throughout the U. 8 In The Court will. reconvene In H* pointed out that the advls- ,
M I se* It Is that her fat Suwan- an effort to obtain livestock showsat I Uv Oak llonday. HOT. 22. ae. Homecoming Festivities Set cry commutes appointed by th*
nee County our people have Indicated the complex. i cording to Circuit Court Clerk school board and lwrtftlln nor
a willingness to get together (ft** CHAMBER ray.1 1 Lavaughn A. &alone.t. Ida who wanted the tenter war
and work out a solution to the Boys' Ranch her were wry
school problems her that will belied At Suwannee Instrumental In securing the
for our *toWi i'ii.' Tn Circulate 1'Won.. Friday High proval, ,
That's .why several news Items Weaver added thai "work II'i i
this week should prove of significant Tc Aid lust begun, and said that '
Importance to Swarms Jaycees Agree >t. Securing Colorful Parade oral! funds might be available
th* need were established to add t

Pint, th* announcement from Names For Scho of.1 Bond Vote Effective Buying Income Begins At 2:15] construction FoUonv fund superintendent for the Mirier.Henry I

TaBahasse that th* cabinet has Uv Oak Jayceea Tue lay voted to actively I solicit of public tnstmtlon laid Wednesday
Is the '
Friday big day for
approved Uv. Oak M a site for I Lowest In Slate thsl IM I IOUIto be
I Here 9lh
Industrial-vocational school signatures to petition the sch an on a county bond issue for about '1.9 million for school
climaxing week otprepar.tlon would probably be dependent on
and that Hamilton County would Suwannee County was ninth from the bottom among
construction. for 1069 Homecoming need determined by state guld-
Join us In developing such a
school B. W. Helvenston HI. ehft1IIUDJ airman of the bond program the 67 Florida counties In per capita effective buying income with gala festivities! Ho... Th predicted first-year
On of our major needs WM a \..*. asked th* Junior at the end of the 1964 calendar year, according to Including' a big parade Friday enrollment her la J1J, according
Chamber to aid in the school board can plan,with or Florid State Chamber of Commerce.A to th
school to ear for the high percentage procuring the afternoon the Itomacoming I a survey by fOUnt school
of our youngsters' who name to caD th* election without bonds on future construction 1964 supplement to the Statistical Abstract offends football superintendent's off"**.
for various reasons an not or lie said the club WM not asked eo.b"Law. Counties published by the game Course* In agriculture, business
prefer not to go on to ooDrp. to endorse the bond..*. but C. Wsdsworth spoke to State Chamber October II showed against .Ftrnandlna Heath, distribution horn economic Industry -
Training to better prepare them to bring it to a vote so that the Jayeee last week requesting Jenkins Elected that the per capita effective buying and the Homecoming Dance and technology will be of.
for o6s In later Bf WM badly that they help tn securing the required I mom* for Suwsnne County following' the game fend to high school student and
needed and tile Institution approved denatures Th club voted WM $lat.Statewide. Treasure Chest To Victory U <.*. Ttrif: nciiooi, raga i>
for this city Tuesday win 35 Road Projects this then week to bring the matter to a vote NFO President In figure show that thearersee the them of the occasion, whichIs
Instruction. Florldlan" has sn ef fee. coordinated by She SITS ftu
pro dt this type i farm Itureint
Helvenston said the Meeting
thai county
drat Council,
according to the
This U one of the recommeadsUons Smvanncc Ute buying Income of II.MTHolme
mad br the Buwanne Sec Completion baa Parent-Teachers agreed to check UM Association petitions CountyThe I County .was lowest with er faculty, sponsor, Mrs. ItorU. Turn. At I lleulah Tonight

County 1kbooIJoard and which a AdvisoryCommittee separateeommltk4 The Suwann County Road against th* records .f th supervisor National Farmers Or. buying MM per Income person,.WM and In the Sarasota highest About II floats and th* flu.*n< Tk Nevem ere ........ sf Ile.swaaee .
of registration and validate ranlsation was chartered in I High School Cmurty Picas
n.e Band win be Sweets
lower coast of
Ranch U the west
headed by Boy Department completed county County so
th* names secured. Monday feature .will .. kM si Ik Betttah .
tawannee County attractions In the Horn c. *
cost the slate with 11.4 IT capita
Weaver October: st
Manager Harry carried road projects to a per
to a successful eonclnston. of 113.400. according to Matt He reported that about 40 night. at the Agricultural i The buying Income eitlmstes coming Parade, schedutod to begin malts tester 1..4ht (Tban.d.r l
awe name were needed< to reach si 1:18: Inlay' afternoon, Tb.parade >,
I am told that planning for sac Cross, county engineer, the tt cent of registered Coliseum and the group wen mad by Sale Msnsgemmtmsgsiin *
per .
will A severed win
mv from Ih* high sipper
fscfflty WIll begin Immediately, included elected Johnny Jenkins as according to the <
Projects laying pip county, voters necMaary. Most of supplement school to Parshiey. Street, then start si t ... sad lb.5eserawwul
at drives grading mowing of the signature now held ar* from I president' according to 01. M of December II INI north en Ohio Averra*. west on s* MM alter la. SMS!.
Another bit. of good news In my r1cbHl.eu and paving sndrr parents of school children .who ''lin Srerring. newly named Retail sales. |an Buwannee County i Howard Street, and back to the Ui>k Land, elreetef *f eke
book WM adoption by th* local tile supervision of Road Superintendent brought petitions horn to be 'NFO publicity director. m IM4 were estimated al tn.- school from the Pint Baptist waMM* VaJtof I..*....*|
Jaycee arranlxaUon of a project B. r. Brooklns.la signed.tt Other county NFO efforts are I 127.000. Th largest eiprndlturea Church. SUII**. and SkW., Bf.4ke.,
thai assures sufficient names an addition to patching a .*uanUty Is expected thai Ih* Jaycees Walter E. Turman. vie* prwrfdrat: .were on food. IS 24 minion, ..nd.utomoblJN. Kickoff Urn si the ball gamete I....... ....... se..Mnal.
obtained to call a school bond .f paved road with rock and win meet one evening during th* Kenneth Mills, secretary; and J. 81 II million.. I pl- but ''-'-- altra. will have the srogrsM en ....
election tn the near future. asphalt new paving WM completed nest 19 day to go from door to C Chr1at.... treasurer Other Item toil fhiwannr (IS.. IIONCCOMINa. rue l| seal fWd meet
Having seen tile manner In at th* Dowttng Park Advent door and request signatures. IUU. The group will hold a special Csuntian: 81 million for cloihIng -
.which this flu group' or young Christian Horn and nearly I m>>Ion said that h* would pre- meeting nest Tuesday night si : 8 tl million on furniture and
men can carry such projects tit completed on the Hughes Highway II amt a plan for Ih* project al th*;! the ConFletWorth Building to ap.IIU household appliances: 818 milIS 2.Tf/t Annlrrrtaryif
successful conclusion, this action near UcAlptn. I' i meeting nest Tuesday, I KM). Page 81 .* IVCOMK. PMS IIIJrlrrrl
should prove th* snot to the am "1.._.. .___ LR 4..' At
needed to brine th* matter" to a if iiirc uu ;ir e Expected| l
..,... fchicttlion Can Preienteit r
I think it important that the Live Oak Guard I Unit Reunionr
people *f this comity be grva aa I

opportunity decid of financing whtT Plans are shaping/ up toi the 2SI&" anniversary re. j jI.
they want this type union. of the moMlltatJon of t) Uv Oak National Guard
for school needs of the county' If
(unit for World War H with ctd attendance
the majority want tt, then One. vi ip. of about ,
If the majority say ... then let | 6& of the original 103 m.mberto e of the company according/
ms find a plan thai WIll please Col (!*org* Dale, reunion/ the majority.Th I Th reurdan win k. held si IN I .
Important thing I think Is u Uve Oak Kslkmal O< Mf Armory I
'K f.
I* do something+ 7s do nothing en Sshirday, Nay, It, IMto said !I Iay'Tn
bat lack. I&It. tart wU only dewy I' Veteran |ita' U nrn and their I r rt its &it unlayKU i
the fine youwoter* looting to .. I tamil* win rtgtoter snitim. l lI i
lot their pukM school education t[ from noon to I p ss.. .when th* re. r> / h," Will k. ..........
M peal epporUBtty with etoOdrrn | anus dinner ..,111II. s.,...., sf ik* the ate RI.Scala J
to this are*. I A program will b* presented (}... sM..41114 to BUI
Other eowRUss seined,. .. nave feOowtng th* dtAf r, I lathe. ehikmaa *f Site &1.
shred r met th* nerd br usaOar Date said TuMday, that tie had [ wasps kf sad ibis .......
votes and ace already matt nor antaeted II sf the H known Hv. f| tee.
modern taeffitfes.Schoal jln* SS*.B.... sf th* Company AS tltfV. III Ik. the OU J
I *K II4th Infantry *f In* Army area will a. Scatted |* frMSM
.J '
official Twwdsy to National Oared *f FVurW. sitters ... al Ik. AMaur Theatre.
spvcted UM new aehool facUlUe* WM fMittalfaMl MI Movettbr s4 I* ... Al I ... lkr>r* t..
krtog added at tie the View site IM. nit SJd tliat a* ha* had SIof vtud to LMMf.r4 Stedhusi tosUk
8* ear for UM sentor Kg* scnoot or- _'___ .-.-- --- thoM 11Ift..*.... ledt lie teal M iMra-Mi**.. f**.*all
.,. that ape they would b* present fr in* sv Ik. ..... .
which win to srIng pace .*
driver toslrwHe
M 4or bare FetsMsf Bsewisss.
Morris Fwte. kA of Tew and Cwaary .*-- Pros rlgM ar* C.
th* CbrtsCOM lumrt fco&daya.Ctemiee amt I. .wad M School Ss... d-er FSMM for strays drtms stfMcSto sere .... end st.dM* .... Nash OtsMM C.l s4d as4esltoo. ....... nerrC.This rvorewmte sj*arty IKKVXIOW *.- C"Mats toss a4* sad bulled s4ef panes fret,*.f..kl.

Ifle TWDOUWX re tl soled. *..*__ Cwasrty Ssksls fe M sees .t UM d..Yrehlg. 10.MaIt..t (... ,' Page 81 blu4 sr LMeala...





Suwannee County, Florida

Hunting Safety Rules FrontBy 1915-1910-1955 (p'? i .

Hard working and dedicated wildlife safely; keep safety on until ready .

officers are in the fields and on the waters to shoot. ii Doyle E. '
these days waging a war for law enforce3.. Unload guns when not in use, takedown Taken From The Filet Of

ment and sportsmanship among the hun or have actions open; guns THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT y
ters and fishermen. But, in this war, they should be carried in cases to shooting which opens tomorrow Farm-City(Nov. U) _? I

are putting the enjoyment of the sportsmen area. and climaxes on the most appropriate -
above making an arrest. They would 4. Be euro the barrel is clear of obstructions of holidays (Thanksgiving), 1915 38 :years. Death was caused by Suwannee County It show the

rather advise than bring charges and to and that you have ammunition la a vital reminder of the ties that Bob Clark was acquitted of the chronic malaria, from which he spirit of your people and the

this end are willing to work a little harder only of the proper size for the bind our urban culture to the charge of murdering James H had suffered for some time. splendid cooperation of your 14
violator who is agriculture on which It must feed. in He Is survived by his wife and communities and my hat Is off to
to correct the chronic apparently Run you carry. Cline In the Thursday trial "
child. Heath well knownIn Mayo said at
one was the Fair.
not interested in what he can do 5. Be sure of target before you pull The American farmer's voice in Circuit Court this week. The Live Oat where he had been you

and what he cannot do. trigger; know identifying features politics Brows fainter with every Court adjourned Friday morning connected with Hair Hardware Traffic was halted a few miles
and legislative
Right now the officers and Game and of the game you hunt election roll call.year every ana set the trial of the Burnett Company. east of Lee for several hours early

Fresh Water Fish Commission are greatly 6. Never point a gun at anything you And yet, his good works are the boys Commander, accused, a of fair murdering worker, for James the Tuesday morning when two

concerned with hunter safety. They point do not want to shoot ; avoid all root of our economic prosperity next term in January. 1940 truck side-swiped. A show truck

out that there are laws to govern the safe horseplay. and our good health today. driven by a Negro crashed Into

use of automobiles and boats but that the 7. Never climb a tree or fence or jump Thse who give full credit to The Suwannee County Orand Members of Company "E" of the side of a loaded truck of cat.

hunter must assume the responsibility for a ditch with a loaded gun ; never pull zooming hard-goods purchases for Jury is expected tomorrow to the local National Ouard unit when are tie being transported by J. C
preparing now to be ready
the afety of himself and fellow sportsmen. pull a gun toward you by the muzzle. our current "good times" lose consider charges that Frank order arrive for them to reportto truck Fletcher of of the Live Oak. Another

The Commission has drafted a list of 8. Never shoot at a flat, hard surface sight of has the a greater fact that share the of their con Marshall, a farmer, and his second Camp Blanding for one :year'straining. minstrel show piled convoy into with the crash the

ten commandments which all hunters or water. Be sure of your backstop sumer hard goods wife kept Marshall' daughter While uo definite call and was damaged.
earnings to spend on
should read and heed. The commandments when target practicing because of the bargain that Is Orace elght-by-ten, 28 years old room a prisoner in a has been received officers feel .
follow : 9. Store guns and ammunition separa. in an that It Is a matter of weeks at
food today. farm house near St. Michaels for 1955
Treat with the due tely beyond the reach of children.a this least before the order will come
1. every gun respect Most recent figures on more than 11 years.So Suwannee County was redistricted -
thru the local unit to
loaded gun. 10. Avoid alcoholic beverages before or food bargain Indicate that less entirely wa the woman sending for extensive training. I Saturday in a special session .
2. Watch the muzzle Carry your gun during shooting. than 19 per cent of the average Isolated It I Ia reported, that even camp of the Board of County Commissioners t
working man's disposal Income Is her relatives believed that she
in compliance with
Mack H. Padgett, defeated In- a
actually being spent on food now. dead. Miss Marshall has been
was court order issued by Circuit
cumbent in the recent election for
About In the "good old days" of 50 years taken the house through the
from .
Court Judge R. H. Rowe. Commissioner e
county judge, has filed a petition
Otfieft 49 cent of American disposal
ago, per Children's Aid Society of Easton Thomas E. Musgrove of
calling for a recount of the reported -
had to Into theIracer'
This Income go and turned over to the care of Dr. returns which gave J. M. District 1 filed a petition with
a till.President. Charles F. Davidson and Mrs. M.
the Court asking for an order to
Johnson Hearn a majority of 45 vote in
And expresses H. James of Easton. the race. redistrict due to population In.
Say this another way: Thirty year The father says the girl was Insane equities.

That ago, the city worker tolled 8.5 and that he locked her up The new districts differ in
Louis E. Williams wa charged
hours each month to feed his -
because he could not afford to
population from the smallest to
with Illegally keeping a gambling
wife and children. Today he work
her In an Institution. He Is
put the largest by only 74
house by the Suwannee County persons.
less than half as long ((38 hours),
laid to have admitted that the
Under the old plan Musgrove
and the food his family eats Is Orand Jury Tuesday It was
Draft Push Roads And DeathsIf girl' stepmother was the only
charged that William kept cards served the largest district of 7377
Understandably, some of the nation' young a president of the United State were to suggest nourishing.both more appetizing more person who had seen her during and table at the Orange' Blossom population while Commissioner

men are experiencing troubled thoughts about the that the death of 60,000 American soldiers a Not only has the American the last three :years. jook In the Negro section of Live Scott had only 1,575 people in his
Dr. Davidson said today that
draft. For the first time in years married men and year, every year, would be a reasonable price to pay farmer (who actually gets only Oak. district.
the girl had been poorly fed and
student heretofore thought to be exempt, are facing for the security of the nation, he would be smashIngly 39 cents out of the food dollar Four of the five new districts
inadequately clothed. She I 1a five
calls to duty.Waahington. dfeated If he dared to run for re-election. now, compared to SI cents in feet tall and weighs but 67xwnda. Commissioner of Agriculture Include a portion of the City of

is doubling the number of draftees Yet 80,000 lives a year is beginning to be talked 1947) made it possible for con Miss Marshall has lost Nathan Mayo said here that the Live Oak. which was previously
between the of 19 and 26, about the to of their money Suwannee County Fair" this years entirely In Musgrove'i district.
and young men ages as minimum price Americans can hopeto sumers use more the power of speech.H. ,
the "beat I have seen" -
Including married without children and many students pay for the privilege of driving automobiles. for nonesnentlals, but that ever
"It Is the best I have visited A 14-year-old juvenile who pled
are those who feel the effects. And that grim massacre will only be held that Farmer himself Is one of manu
best customers. J. Heath a respected cltis- this season and I want to congratulate guilty to breaking and entering
Unfortunately, the spirit In the country todayIs low through the most strenuous effort only, that facturing's into Ottls Brown
Branford died
Florida's farmers for example, en of at his home you folk for this fine Tractor and Implement e
not what it was in World War II, when the entire Is, If the present death rate on the highways ls cut spend ills million a year for fertilizer last Saturday night at the age of exhibit a real show window of Company was sentencedto
population was united in a massive effort In half. five year In the correctional
|108 million for feed 833
against dictator aggressors after the United States The rate Is already half of what it wa* 30 years million for rental of machinery .. Institute In Appalachee Wednesday -

had been suddenly attacked. ago It hit an all-time low of 8.2 deaths per 100 million $33 million for gas and oil, 861 "MAKE WARtanly GOODrer by Judge R. H. Rowe.

There are those who believe we should not be vehicle miles In 1061, then began creeping upward million for spraying and dusting Five Negroes ,were sentenced to

fighting in Viet Nam. Others demonstrate and to reach 8.7 In 1964. services, and $189 million for term from 15 month to 25 year

propagandize against our military efforts there, Even if the rate could be held constant, total hired labor among their major on the same day. on charge including

and this tends to take the enthusiasm in serving deaths must go up because highway travel ls Increasing production expenses amounting to grand larceny, aggravated -

out of the picture. by about 8 per cent. year $|836 million a year. assault murder and breakingand

Thus the young man of today, called upon to Significantly, the fatality rate on the Interstate At the same time, these farm entering.

serve his country in the military and perhaps give Highways System Is 2.8 per 100 million vehicle ers urban-oriented pump other money into through our Ofl Miss Oveda Tomlinson will be
his life, faces a more complex and confusing mental miles, ,compared.with 9.7 on .the older high purchase of their own good M crowned ItJS Suwannee High

demand. ways.The consumers and through payment School Homecoming Queen Friday -
And yet the simple facts are the same. Our new superhighways are already saving one of their taxes. afternoon during Homecoming

President and Congress, just have so many in the life for every five miles open to traffic. On the basis As Farm-City Week culminatesin ceremonies that will Includea

past, are calling upon the young men of today's of experience this far they will save 8,000 lives a the serving of Thanksgiving parade of 13 floats and bands

generation to risk their live. to safeguard the democracy year when the network Is completed dinners in the bungalows and from this and other counties.

we know and enjoy. The youth cannot The U. S. Bureau of Public Roads notes that apartment houses of our urban
predicate his response on an Individual decision as most accidents happen to normal people driving In centers I think it would be appropriate The Live Oak National Owed
unit received a new M 47 tank
to whether his government Is one hundred per cent for the hungry partak
a normal way on normal roads. It ls not a small
era to take note with appreciation last Friday, the first\ to be deliver
correct. group of chronically dangerous drivers which is responsible -
just where their next meal ed to the new armored' division In
lie must serve In his time, and trust In his elected for moat accidents. Accidents Involve an Is coming from North Florida.'

leaders and his willingness to do so, for the almost entirely different group of driver every From the farm I .

Ideals we believe in, Is the national quality which year -

has made us strong and preserved our country In many cases, the existing vehicle-highway Did you know that the almost Lowly Luxury

throughout the years system makes too great demands on drivers They human porpoise gets stomach ulcers Few be proud to

-Lake Wales News are being asked to make judgments and decision too? declare that they were wrapped In

I more quickly and more accurately than they arc But researchers are most inclined .weasel fur However, the traditional
able to. to think these ulcers result ermine of fur trade U the

A Shabby Reheard Since the same people drive on the Interstst from eating habits more than name applied to several species
It Isn't often that a famous American Army from habitual worrying. of northern weaxeL. The pelt are
as on the older roads, the lower fatality rate on the
officer Is decorated and shot In the face at the Earlier this month authoritieson taken when the animals show
former be
must due
to better roads not better drivers
marine mammals gathered at their white coats In winter,
same time. reasons the bureau. the State Department of ..A.rt.culture'l
But it happened recently to ten Maxwell D.
Calling for a new approach to safety that views animal diagnostic laboratory -
Taylor. And he is now receiving an apology for both it a* just as much a technological problem as It Is r facilities in Klaslmmre to

acts. legal, administrative and educational one, the bu discuss medical problems of creatures
Oeneral Taylor had just received an addressat reu Is pushing a twopronged attack. of the deep and to determ

Foothill College In California when he was One stresses the Immediate need Improving ine how our lab might most effectively

splashed on the shoulder with red paint and squirt hazardous locations that exist, such as two-lam serve the large number : YOU

ed in the face with a water pistol. rural highways and urban intersections, and completing of marine exhibitor In Florida.
The college administration, wide his extending I've been Informed it was a very .
the Interstate system (about 47 per cent FLUNKED
the apology, believes the paint wasn't Intended for open to traffic at midsummer), successful conference and used the for'

the general, but for a group of antl-Viet Nam policy The other Is directed toward long-range Improvements dlainouls state facilities of Illness will be In porpoises I

demonstrators. But the woman who fired the with research aimed at engineering and for autopsies to gain new GYM ?

water pistol was on target. greater safety Into the country's entire transportation medical knowledge.The .

Whatever the circumstance or motive It was system, so that all drivers, not just the minority disclosure that porpoise

pretty shabby treatment of a man who has con- of reckless ones, are helped. ("bottle-nose dolphin to scientists

tributed a life-time of distinguished service to his -Cocoa Tribune ) have ulcer was accompanied -

country as a gallant soldier and devoted public by the explanation that

servant.By. they result from higher levels of

its apology, the college Is conveying not Education U not to be confused with a degree histamine In certain type of fish

only its own egrets but also those of Oeneral Tay from an Institution of learning. fed to porpoise a problem

lor's fellow countrymen from coast to coast. shared by such heavy eater offish

They are thankful it was only a water pistol. 81 the Japanese.
Cocoa TribuneMOM Tile Suwannee DemocratOF
The U. a Department of Agriculture -
LIVE OAK FLORIDA caution Florida potato
farmers not to go overboard on
? To Attract Industry "/n Ik* ffwt of she S...*...... RI.., Valley' their planting this year In the Do you have a growing 'Savings Account for emergencies
Many communities have learned the hard way wake of the very good season last
that they cannot entice desirable Industry with free BANNER Consolidated LEADER home
spring education
ownership travel retirement income? .
handouts. But this does not rule out extending a Established 1884 August 2. 1897 Established 1888rublUM A contributing factor to a moat ,

helping hand to get reputable Industry. Every Thursday at MM Canner Street favorable sprint market for INS then you pass the test of good income management. Save
Nearby Lake City has been successfulIn Florida was the short
highly Louie C. Wadsworth ........."....... Publisher potatoes
attracting Industry. By way of offering Industry T. A. Leonard, Jr. ..."....................... Editor supply of stored potatoes on handIn for a definite goal save at the Commercial.COMMERCIAL.
a helping hand, the city will erect building and the nation when our harvesting
Clara S. Wadsworth ........ Associate Editor
lease It to an Industry for 10 years with a lease renewal Walter Lee Olive began
.... Advertising Manager USDA. is suggesting an 11
agreement. George T. (Pete) Wright... Shop Foreman per cent national reduction In
This saves the Industry from typing up capitalIn
for this
a building and encourages It to Invest more In Second Class' Postage Paid At Uv Oak. Florida' urging plantings Hastings-are spring grower year to

operation which mean payroll The city get Its SUBSCRIPTION Buwannee County $4 00 cut back from 31.800 acre las

Investment back from the leasing fee*. RATES 'OUtatde Suwannee County 89,00 season to I4.TM this year and

Perry Chamber of Commerce official might ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS Payable In Advance other Florida producer to hold
do well to loot Into lake City's method of acquiring their planttnn to 3.040 acre

new industry and study result gettlnic ideas compared with 3.100 planted last BANK

used by other growing communities. We should UIUBEROr year.Joseph'.
leave no tone unturned our quest for reputable Florida rrMAModatl0si8UWANNEB OF LIVE OAK
coat of color
e I many 0
industry. Wt need the growth that only more payroll
Couwi'TChamber probably TM made of cotton.
can give to develop our county and to provide LIVE OAK FLORIDAPAGE

Job for our young people <<: of Comma Cotton account for 17 per cent _

Perry News-Herald of retail price goods safe

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-Comm t Sutrannce DemocratListed Great Winter Sale I

newsPine and below subscriptions art new subscriptions renewedto

the Suwannee Democrat from .
November 5 to November 12
Mrs Mae Whit-tell. Auburndale
t W. H. Parramore Jr. Gaines- DRESS
Rev Charles Johnson of Perry ncr Thursday night villa =
I and Rev W. H. Anderson were Mr and Mrs Melvin Sapp and R. M. Carter Rt. L. O 2
.supper guests" of Mr. and Mrs son spent Sunday with Mr. and Fred Riou:. Rt.. L. O
Norman Anders Monday n'tht! Mrs. B. F Hayes. T. J Alien Okahumpka
r Mr and Mrs. H C. Wood and Mr and Mrs. R. W. Moseley Robert E Inscho Miami SALE
W R Holmes of Jacksonville spent and children attended a sing at C. 8. Miller. WellbornSl"BSCRII'TIONS
the week" end with Mr. and Mrs the Dueling Park Church Sunday RENEWED8FC
Drew Holmes afternoon Robert C. Johnston. APO I
I Mr. and Mrs L P. rortner Mr. and Mrs Thomas Lee Boat. N. Y.. N. V
were supper guests of Mr. and light and son. Eddie visited Mr. Mrs. C. B Motte. Wellborn JR. PETITE
Mrs B. F. Hayes Friday night and Mrs Drew Holmes Friday John H. Quinn Maltland
Rev Charles Johnson spent night Layette B. Roberta Mesquite \
Sunday with Lester Baxter Mr and Mrs B. P. Hayes were Tex MISSIE t
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmesvisited supper' guests of Mr and Mrs L. Wm. R. Slaughter L. O
Mr and Mrs. Willie P. Fortner Thursday night D. Q Gamble Rt.. L. O JUNIORS COI.U OUT '
Howell Sunday afternoon Rev Charles Johnson and Rev Mrs. Haul Collins L. O
Mr and Mrs H. M. Moore visited W II Anderson were supper' Vera K. Godwin. L. O It's Warmer Inside j
Mr. and Mrs W. L. chard-: guests of Mr. and Mrs.B. F Hayes Morris Poole. L. O
son Wednesday afternoon. Friday night Miss Eva Hlldreth L. 0
Rev W H Anderson and Rev Mr. and Mrs H. M. Moore were Howard Smith, Tampa Half Sizes ALL WEATHER !
Charles Johnson were upper' business visitors In Perry Thurs- Clara V Prlvette. Brtdenton" I
guests of Mr. and Mrs. H M. Rev and Mrs J. H Brown and Oliver C. Taylor, Rt.. L O. COAT
Moore Tuesday night baby visited Mr. and Mrs R. W. ; Y M Dunn. Lake City
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Anders Monrley Sunday afternoon i Ogden" Jewelers. L O
and children spent Sunday: with Mr and Mrs Marvin Aldermanand w ZIP OUT
Mr and Mrs L P. Fortner children of Live Oak visited
Rev. Charles Johnson and Rev Mr and Mrs. D. F Hayes Sunday Deas Clan Reunion MINK TRIMMED $7.00Reg.
W H. Anderson were supper afternoon
1 t guests of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Rev W. H. Anderson and Rev ; 01$1 joir: I
Hsyes' Wednesday night Charles Johnson were supper Attended By CASHMERECOATS $12.00
Jack Flowers spent Friday nights guests of Mr. and Mrs R. W
with Waldo Moselry. Moseley Saturday night j
Mrs. Arnold Hayes and children Rev. and Mrs J. H Brown and 100 Descendants '
of Cross City lilted Mr. baby spent' the week end In Co LAIIC.E citourMIXNMATCH :
The annual reunion of the Drat SPORTy ,
and Mrs. B. F Hsyes Sunday afternoon lumbus, Oa, visiting relatives. SIZES 6.16 R{
Mr. and Mrs. Finest Holmes Clan was held Sunday. Sept, 26,
at the Suwannce River State $90.00
Rev W. H. Anderson and Rev" and Mrs J. II. Reynolds spent Reir
Park with about 100 descendants
Charles Johnson were supper Saturday with Mr. and Mrs Drew SPORTSWEARPrice '
of Major Matthew Deas. Revolu SHIRTS
guests of Mr. and Mrs L. p. Fort. Holmes.Beachvillc.
Uonsry War veteran attending
Otto Deal, 80. and Mrs J. I. $69.97 % ,- I II I
I Touchton of Jacksonville 64. were
the oldest members present --- --- + 1
Major Dew was born and burled A
We had a light rain last week of empty shells SOUPS[ I
which helped but would be glad of Mr and Mrs C C. Hemphlll In Hamilton County lie Ready For BULKY ll i
reared five children and lived for STiUI'ES:
more. and son. Wayne of Gainesvilleand
In Our
a while In South Georgia Many Anything
Mr, and Mrs M M. Tldwell Jesse Kirby of Cedar Keys. old pictures of -Dras descendants Orion and MohairSWEATERS LINENS: I II
of were guests of Mr and Mrs Willie tt i'
were In Jacksonville Monday were shown at the reunion 9 : t '
Beach SundayRev. ALL I
last week to see their new great The following officers for the
I I'' Marvin Odom filled his S-M-L .1b1[ t1
grandson born Nov 5th to A/lc coming year were elected: 8. M
and Mrs. Delbert TldwelL appointment with the Mikesvllle Dew 8r. president: Mrs 8. M COATS
Mr and Mrs. Hots Spooner and Advent Christian Church Sunday. Dras 8r secretary; and Mrs, ''
and Mrs WUIte Odom visited 34.40 36)44 F
e v Mr $
daughter Ginger, of Jacksonvilleand Samuel B. Swan of Live Oak Black. Olive + .
Bobby Koon of Lake City Mr. and Mrs. O L. Carter In treasurer, Navy, r 'j
Jacksonville\ last week.Charles Maize
were visitors here Saturday Ivory,
Wood. U 8 Army, visited SPECIAL i iffJJ
Oetwn Beach of Perry visited $5.88
Mr. and Mrs O D Beach a n"'I\'a1 Cuntinurft 8.18 .--
relatives here Saturday afternoon Sizes 5-15 &
few" days last week A revival' at the Do-lin. Park
O D. Beach was a business Walter Beach of Gainesville Church of God _lll continue thru
visitor In Gainesville Thursday visited his parents.. Mr and Mrs this week" with Rev Bessie Carr $16.00 CASUALand
Luther Adktns and W II Tld Willie 'Beach Wednesday after u rvangrUst 3-PIECE
well were In the deer wood Sat. noon. Services begin at 1110; p m each t' 4
urday and there were lots In the I Our pastor Rev P. E. Day will evenlncYlrttnlans. r '
wood. here We have not heard''II be here Sunday Come and ..... w e t
what luck but there were plenty ship with us grew cotton In 1607 Girls Fur Trim LUGGAGESET d 1. l I
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I Funeral NoticesNorman To Available Plentiful Foods For ThanksgivingNovember Injected KnowledgeScientists Sea Junkyard -F/-

speculate that It may The sea floor has been called

in the United States apples, prunes, and frozen con- year about 8 per cent more. become possible In the future to the world's biggest junkyard

traditionally has been "TurkeyMonth" centrated orange juice. Apple production this :year Is inject students with tnowiedge'l Ocean explorers report that empty -

II. MillerFuneral expected to rank second largest In a recent experiment cans bottles, and waste of all
Hurst James Potatoes, onions and rice all
brains of rats kind litter
the the floors
cal taken from of the
Month 1965 will total commercial Atlantic
Turkey be Just are scheduled to be on hind In since 1949, with a I
that for at 133.2 million that had learned to approach a Ocean the Red Sea, and
Funeral services were held services were held last turkeys are plentiful, abundance reflecting record crop I
sound of a the Indian
food cup at the Ocean. Captain
to the Florida Agricultural Jac.
Tuesday for Norman William Thursday at Arlington Methodist according crops. The fall potato crop la estimated bushels. Injected Into other rats. The ques-Yves Cousteau.
was whose
Hurst, 79, who died in West Florida Church in Jacksonville for James Extension Service. at 20.9 billion pounds, 22 And with USDA's Consumerand untrained rats responded as If are supported expeditions fo(

Sunday of a heart attack. He Howard Miller\ 68, who died sud- Also plentiful this month are per cent above last fall according Marketing Service adding they had had similar teaching tional Geographic said by: Na- ho

was a lifetime resident of Su- denly last Tuesday In a Jackson- onions, cabbage, rice split peas, to the U. S. Department of Agri- prunes and frozen orange juiceto that he would recently yai

wannee County, a retired farmer ville hospital. Miller had lived in and sweet potatoes as well as culture. Production of late sum- the list of plentiful foods, lots never forget hU Colon)
first deep dive In a
and member of the FriendshIp Live Oak as a child. mer onions for storage is set at of good fruit and fruit juice buys Will Eat More bathyscaphe
"I landed in front of
Baptist Church. Burial was in Green Lawn The national system of blood over 20 billion\ pounds. should be in the offing. Animals tend to eat more when I out newspaper. a spread- yar

Rev. W. II. Anderson officiatedat Cemetery In Jacksonville. banks provide protection any Better than average pllt pea Food shoppers also will find they have company: biologistssay. I *I

the services at Friendship Survivors Include his wife Mrs. where In the U. S. for those in supplies this November should sweet potato stocks well above A chicken that has already I A vacation ls not garwh
I going
Baptist Church and burial was Cynthia Miller of Jacksonville; need of blood. Transfusions are make excellent low-cost food I I last :year. In fact this year's cropis stuffed Itself will start eating from work it Is away ,

In the church cemetery. one daughter, Miss Jane Miller of given to 25'j million people an buys, while cabbage is expected I expected to run about 200 mil again if placed with one that Is work your out of :your; mind.getting your nil

Survivors include four sister, Jacksonville; one son, James H. nually. to be In better supply than last lion pounds more than In 1964. feeding. Pal

Mrs Stella Locklear of Orlando, Miller of Jacksonville; two sisters .- 14-

Mrs Julia Strawder of O'Brien., Mrs. Celestla Fletcher of to

Mrs. A. Zada Douglas of Jasper, Live Oak and Mrs Veatrlce Rog- For Sale Real Estate I. FOR SALE the
and Mrs. Nettle Fennell of Jasper ers of Brunswick, da.; and six wa.

and two brothers Oscar brothers, Robert T Miller of Live I'A.tuE FOR SALE Poulan and Pioneer I

Hurst of Lee and Wiley Hurst of Oak, Concll Miller of Pompano JPPO Branch OfficeSUWANNEE chain saws, parts and service fooyes
Beach. Virgil Miller of Isla Morda,
Jasper. NITYLITILE RIVER Logging supplies, hooks, clamps
Pallbearers were Willard 1 en- Russell Miller of Jacksonville bows bars and chains. Repair fro

nell Dewitt Fennell, Eldon Fen Carson Miller of Crescent City, REALTY I for most small gasoline enr1nuTyre' yes

nell Norman Douglas, Wlllu and Roscoe Miller of LaBelle. 407 DowUng St. Saw it Engine Service. parwa
James B. Daniels Funeral Home 4/ HELP WANTED MISCELLANEOUSTURKEY I Farm Bureau Bld,.
and Harmon Suggi. formerly Electric
Douglas, Service Co.. b i
James B. Daniels Funeral Home of Live Oak was in charge. I Phone 362.1526 905 5th Bt. Your small engine
SHOOT At the home WINSTON J. ROGERS Realtor
of Branford was In charge. ADS SALESMAN WANTED High headquarter
eadj U cor
Farm & Acreage
of Marvin Lashley, 1 mile south Specializing
school graduate married, between
Cynthia Sawyer BIG RESULTS ages of 23-40, resident of of Falmouth. beginning at 12 RAI A 11:111 lAwns I FOR SALE All sixes of tar. hoi hat

o'clock Saturday Nov. 20. paumns. guaranteed not to leak,
Live Oak. Prefer sales experi
Chi Delta Tau Graveside funeral services were 27 pla
cajj Ottls Brown
BUY-SELL EXCHANGE ence. A good starting salary FOR SALE I cdjj U ral'
held Saturday, Nov. 6, for Cyn-
Contact H. L. O'Neal 752-6273 HALL'S ELECTRIC MOTOR Two-bedroom home and 3.4 acres BUTLER BUILDINGS fin
daughter of will Butler
thia Alyce Sawyer, Whatever the you
Runs 60 MilesSome purpose Lake City, after 5 of land. 4Vj ml. from Live Oak on
Mr. and Mrs. William C. Sawyer find Democrat classifieds do pjn. SHOP All makes of electric I all metal panel frame buildings u
and granddaughter of Mr. and pbaj 27-28 motors rewound or repaired, Highway 51. Ideal for small family and sheds. Call T. E. McCafl iou
30 members of Chi Delta I Jr. the Job quickly and well. single or three phase. Pump that wants country living 935-4202. Branford 16
Mrs. B. 8. Tomlinson WANTED
Tau men's service fraternity at Ful or part time Priced to seU with terms. l"Ia.pdJJ
congenital motors a specialty. Phone 3822979. easy thl
She was born with a women or men to sell Fuller I 24-28
North Florida Junior College, ran : heart defect and died in in Brush products In Jasper and Mayo Road, Live Oak. Ready for occupancy.Twobedroom ? .l.ls
60 miles, two miles each, on Saturday DEADLINE FOR INSERTION pdjj 25-29 FOR BALE 40 bu. wheat, purl- rur
to benefit the March of I fancy. Live Oak area. Average earnings CBS home In good ty 9646. germ. 8600. No weed oru

Dimes and were commended by I 5:00: P.M. Tuesdays 15 hours $30-t50 weekly. neighborhood large lot. a real buy', seed. Seed drying equipment the

Governor Haydon Burns for doIng I Mlw NFJC' PageantTo For information write H. Silver. I ANY TYPE with good terms. .Ready for oc- complete. 1 heavy: duty hand I

it. The marathon began at the Be Held Dec 9 LOW RATE FOR RESULTS 1028 Clearwater Drive Daytona rf91 cupancy.: truck. 1 weed chopper. 5', for Flo8t.
Beach Fla. pdhj 27-31 MEMORIALWORK I-row or cub
Capitol steps and ended at the tractor. FIrewood. .
Madison County Court House. The "Miss NFJC" contest and E i cents per word with a U Three-bedroom home. I3 ft baths Phone 363-2815. cell 24-28 tea

Chi Delta Tau President Thomas I pageant is scheduled for Dec. minimum of $1.00. WORK WANTED Good location. Small down payment bee

Shields of Live Oak receiveda 8.10 according to Ronnie Mar- (All classifieds must be paid la monthly payments of |14.54 FOR SALE Used tires and eta

letter addressed to NFJC President quette, chairman of the North advance) WANTED A job as secretary. DONE per month. Lot 73'xl95. tubes. Bargains for cars, trucks, Ins
Florida Junior College student tractors. All sixes .
San take available
dictation type file,
Marshall Hamilton from the Granite Marble Bronze
Governor commending the fraternity -I I steering committee. The contestis ONE WEEK FREE and general office duties. Call Phone 362-3333 Three-bedroom home brick two like new. Hundreds to
being sponsored by Entre Amies 362-3218. Barber's Service Ksu
"for the worthy endeav pajj 26.17MISCELLANEOUS : baths hardwood floors carport
and Chi Delta Tau. campus service Classifieds ordered for five LIVE OAKMONUMENT I and garage. Good location. Priced Station. O'Brien 935-3535.
or". The letter was presented to
organizations. weeks, the bit week free. Also available through
Shields by the Governor's assistant ran CO. to sell. 1.000 down. F.H.A. FI- your
"We expect a large group of 14.00 will pay for a It word NANCINOCall. neighborhood service station
Joe Chapman. Shields gave contestants who will exhibit some advertisement for five weeks. Mrs. Vickie Summers, Rep. from Barber's Tire Service
the letter to NFJC faculty
sponsor fine talents In the NFJC Gym on Use Suwannee Democrat Classifieds Today 362-1389 wholesale division. cadj tf
Russell Stilwell for presenta-
Dec. 9, the evening the pageant for Proven Results s
tion to the first runner 1950 Dodge school
the marathon in Tallahassee. will be produced, Marquette said. 0..FOR). ....RENT 406 8. Ohio Ave. bus good for hauling 1
Other members of the steering Live Oak Co. fishing
Ronnie Marquette, Jacksonville, committee are George McKeithen I. Drug FOR RENT Spaces for mobile Live Oak Fla. or camping; 1953 OMC pickup: ofthe
the last presented the letter "The Ctf and electric
runner and Phyllis Sperring of Live Oak. Prescription Store" homes Plenty of room. Nice dumb waiter Call
from the Governor to Presi- and clean. Good well water. and make us an offer. Advent tawAll
dent Hamilton and the check for I WANTED AT ONCE Curb girl FOR THE BEST Lake for fishing and swimming.Morgan' LOTS FOR SALE: Corner ofStriven Christian Home. Phone 362-

the March of Dimes to Mrs War And Stitches and kitchen help. If Interested CHANEL BLUE GRASS Trailer Park U. 8. 90 and First 8t, 160'8" on 9l43 cdbj ae-29 say

Charles Knox Madison County When the Napleonlc Wars were i apply In person, Parker's DriveIn DANA AMBUSH. Tabu West. Live Oak Fla. Phone Striven and 160' on First St (

chairman. concluded Grecian women couldno US 129, Jasper Road. CORDAY-Fame. Tjours Mol 362-2016. cabb tf T. P. Delegal. Rt. 2. Phone 363- FOR SALE Two trained bird key

Each runner carried the name longer ply their needles In call tf Possession 1767. pajj 27 dogs. R M. Carver Rt. 4. Live am
of his placard his colorful embroidery. The mulberry SHULTON Escapade, Desert FOR RENT A 2-bedroom Oak Phone 776-1143. sue
sponsor on a on WANTED Waitresses. Apply at Flower Corn Silk
back. Chi Delta Tau members trees, habitat of the creators of Dixie Grill. caj tf MATCHABELLI Wind Song apartment for rent. Call 362- Pbjj 26-27 Mo
from Live Oak running were Milt silk thread, were destroyed In CHANTILLYBHOCKIICO I 2935 or 963-3743. eaJJ tf HORNE REALTY* CORP. DUB: TO DIVORCE We Ids

Sumrell. George McKelthen, favor of olive trees. No ancient CURB HOP and lady to work FABEROE-Tigress. Woodhue, FOR RENT Furnished apartment BRANCH OFFICE repossessed 63 model have a vie

Thomas Shields, Frank House, examples of Grecian embroideryhave fountain wanted. Bitter than Aphrodesla Flambeau and comfortable. tit W. Ileward St needle Dtal-O-MaU swing 1
roomy: Zit Zag
and Bobby Swing. survived. average pay. Apply in person LANVIN-Arpege, My Bin liks COTCOI
Scandal Good location. Call 363-2164 or new Makes fancy stitches!
A & W Drive In. cajj tf
REVLON-Intimate, Aquamarine 363-1395.: eaU tf GEORGE B. DEES makes automatic buttonholes

LADIES boost your income Sell Associate sews on buttons, blind bema, pro

I Luzier Cosmetics Call Lucille JADE EAST ENGLISH Business Opportunity Phone 362-1683 monograms embroiders, dams \iy
LEATHER 007'PUB' mew
Courtoy 792-54S1 or write Box patches etc. Guaranteed Assume

"H' 294. Jasper, Fla. chjj 22-31 CANOE BRUTWHITMAN remaining B payments of fdPACE
CANDY UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY 20 or 40-acre tracts of land 5 15 00. Phone Credit Manager

WANTED Assistant manager POLAROIDAmerican Greeting Large United States and Ca- 'miles from town, ft mile off US Lake City, anytime: at 753-3011., cn4a

trainee age 2030. Inquire at Amity Billfolds\ Cards nadian Company In agricultural : hlwa,. Good graded road. 29% Pdjj 37-28

Town Finance Co., 213 West Mallory Hearing Ala field urgently requires representative down balance on good terms .

4 w Howard St., Live Oak, Fla. BatteriesCOMPLETE In this county: for 6% Interest. 1eol
ccjj 26-28 Crop Service Department. Ap SEWING MACHINES

plicant must have recent agricultural I INS MODEL CLEARANCE BALE
: We hare seven INS round bobbin
background and be
SERVICE!: STATION : Clean neat 2-bedroom home
SERVICE machines
well regarded In area. PositionIs Theme machines
Ideal location. Store
full be handled are completely guaranteed
time or can
Standard Oil Company (Kentucky : to town. 17500 Some
LIVE OAK at first along with your presentfuming Terms Equipped to xtg sag make button
) has openings at stations operation. Successful holes. ftc. 835 ls total price. Will
In Live Oak, Lake City, and I accept older machine for
applicant can expect earnlnu part
Jasper for salesmen-attendants DRUG CO.Phen. between $100-1180 weekly with payment Phone Orlando coiled t.
Training provided with guaranteed excellent opportunity for early 40 Acres for lease clear It for 425-3577.
salary while In training 1-tl melons .
r advancement In this area. Write burned off. Not much e 25-34
Hospltalliatlon Insurance, retirement and tell me about :yourself. Reply growth. Fronts 2 hard roads I
benefits, stock-purchase: miles from
LUZIER COSMETICS "Your at once to: Vice President, town NOW AVAILABLE at Mary Car-
Standard Oil Company -
plan. : tf
Box 1105. Winter Garden. Flacajjh ter's Paint
\ 9V loveliness comes out when Store the LOGIC
% (Kentucky) Is an equal-oppor
1t tunity: employer Write or call Luster comes In." For a lovelier 3327For awning window n. 50-5/8
316 M. All
Standard Oil Company P. O. Box you contact your Luxler TRAILER OWNERS alan available. 448

117. Live Oak Fla Phone 362- consultant. Mrs Mamie MoCrtmon o Sal -Real Estate LOTS FOR SALE Itelvenston Bt. call If

'> Ia 3228. eel) 29-17 phone 362-3395 for an GOOD."'JRMS. Priced |S9S FOR BALI: Army pants shirts

F appointment. pdjj 29-30 OUTBIDS CITY (but close (la) Jackets, overcoat. Good wed

WANTED Man for established PAUL A. BYRD Realtor clothes for men women and

} __ Insurance debit for Live Oak F/ MFR WHY PAY RENT? 406 & Ohio Ave. children. Phone 343-3155. FRM

and Lake City area. Good MONEY: for your farm opera Live Oak. Florida "*<* ._ cdj 37-31
starting pay: and training lions at reasonable cost Terms
,, ? program chances for advance to fit :your needs. Loans up to AND BUILD A HOME: TO ctf FOR BALE INS mikl motorcycle. -
7 years. Call North Florida Pro S hp only 1000 miles
ment. Telephone 362-1605. C. SUIT TOUR FAMILY NEED: !
duction Credit Asm. 8. Ohio Call 343-1405. cajj 37
-- W, Broughton. cajj tf
Ave, Live Oak. TeL 362-35U.
motorcycle. Can be
this technique to call attention to the tyes. And It sure 20-45 years of age high school Wolfe, Contractor For Information. earl or see: era at Town and Country Mo-

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Cletoa .... ChrtM.rl. PADLOCK NO.' IIDAY
Florida Star Conference Initiated To Elkdom N..My

H..p .....11.... Ir. Don. > CWrkMra.
Nx>Ml .... KmMlk MUI
Starke Beat Lake 6.0 ROCKY SINK NO.' U Mr. Bpl,.r Mol..... Jr. .
City DAY Mr. LIWu1 N'.,.
Mwk Ck...Mr CWrkHUnWr o NO. IS
........ DAY
To Take 1965 Conference Crown M .p H. a. N.*.... J. W. rMlr CWrkMr \
K4 W.r...r .. ...., ..11., ,
HENRY M. FO66OM5ep.rlnL.d.l Ok.. Smith
Palatka Starke is the 1965 Florida Star Conference Mr*. E. B. 11I.1..".
Ie ... CRKWS Ja.e. LEON NO. IS
football champion earning the title Friday night on their 1WL ........ DAYMr.

home field with Mickey Agner blasting over from the three $1IINOTICE Mr..T.J.W.C. rwlJIn Cvp.kii* Ctrl.

yard line for the lone touchdown to win the game and the .. .... T. I. D..t.Jr.. .
t Uil of C.. **4 ..._ .polM4 Mr. 0.. Nol.n
conference and give the Tornadoes a perfect 9-0 recordon hr Ik* BMN at .h."t: *. M. NO. 14
.ronr., Hvmiinr* Oountr, : In DAY
the Mason all In the one three -- I' hold. Swll 1 I""' ''... a* 1Iwo...... CUrmra. Oaff C.....
yard blast. Randy Severely, a 163 pound : lad Willow OulfiaMra.
senior halfback and their ace CITY HALL NO I LM A..rrMra.
"The opponent for this crucial DAY W. R. N..nPINKMOUNT
were the Lake City Tigers back intercepted a pass and ran r.Wn. ...1.. ... CWrkMini NO. IS
game It back for 30 yards and the winning '.........1) D
who had their perfect record .... .. Ann .
U 140 Urar K llnMn. > 5551k,.. Chit
touchdown. Woods
ruined the week before when the a t.urlll. J........ Bill MakWr.
pound senior quarterback.Phil SICK STATION NO. 1 Si'.. John I>. Qoff
Palatka Braves knocked them off DAYI. M. K .....
14-7. after losing! a week beforeto Shaw, with a 20 yard trek L Kin GUI TWrkMr VlRKLAND. NO.' I*
and Mike Bullard with an 80 yard *. Waotlraw HudUrKoimM DAY
Starke bl a 28-7 score when b OPMHMr (........ RiMtrlfM. CWrkMra .
the Braves were down and Starke gallop scored for the nonconference *. Jnll* Hmrrlnt "._. HI....
Seabreexe squad. HEIGHTS NO. S R...I llo-.il
was red hot. DAYUsurY Mra J.....". P..0LUSAVIIla
the defending This week the Palatka Braves del Hr,.., W II... CWrkMn. NO.' If '
Lake City was ... .. .
trek to the Ancient City for a
In the three .... .
champion .
football Crxl<>k**< onto I. ii TWrkMra. '
old league, taking the title toss-up game and the only con ..... Kill W.MCOURT Hllli lUmkW.
year ference action. In other games noun NO. 4 Mr. J.., Tu>'.r
Palatka Braves, first
from the DAY tolir Lr'">
in the 1964 campaign Involving league teams Live Oak I. O. t.ll.r, TWrkMra. O'BRIEN' NO. I. X
year winner O. M. T...ldMn.
hosts Femandina Beach. Starke Oorli.. w.... DATM..... r. R..... CMrt. 4
Meanwhile the Palatka team will travel to Oreen Cove Springs, Mn. CUroiii. P*rh.WOMAN'S .r ra. H. T. HwU

was rounding up their aecon? and Lake City will be In Perry as I Elks Initiated loN tile Live Oak Lo4,. IKS Tuesday night are. ..n.rt..... George Dempsey. Al. DAY CLUB NO. S Mr*.. rIIW H l>. M.lnnUMra. f.irir... .

conference win as they pounded the regular season draws to a Leonard, liomrr Ratllff, holed Smith and Larry Evltt. (Democrat Staff Photo) J....M.. ... CWrkKuHlr HICKORY SINK NO. I. .
a*1.Ll. ** DAY
hapless Live Oak 35-0 on their close.CONFERENCE U Nla* T. K M>CVI CI... .
This was Mn John IHin.M.rSUWANNEE J. I) n.
grounds. game
home L1 Wife Preservers DAY W. Int.CMrI. STATION NO. K., KiM
played In a steady downpour of W I MM OIU CWrkMr II... ,..*., ..I..p. DATCurlW ".."... t''....
with the visitors using their Stark t' *. WmMlraw HuUrM.MtM II... lb.llkMra. ..'e....... CWrkKiln HILDKITH NO.' s*
rain Cri* K. B. Mrt..
I' ran 5.e DAY
first string for the first quarter FalaUa t ......t. RMrrli* LEONA NO. ISMr. Sir P. k.Ut r..lIlI. J. R. K.., CWrkMra.
Bobby Pope ran over two Lake City I t 1 DAYLI.IaTY HEIGHTS NO. 1 DAY N.1... ....Jo." (Vlll.
as 1 T. W, noMlfii' CWrk UNION NO. T Mra. Pull. Blkra
1 touchdowns on rambles of 14 and 81 ABgwUae 1 ,.,**. Wllim C.... Mra. J. C. Cf> *l*.i ..... P. f. H..eIRANFORD
scored the Uv Oak I 3I Mr*. WI1UN. Mr.*** T. I. D..h** Jr. DATMra. ...... Bulk ...11 FWrk. NO. SI
ie yards. Johnny Miller Jack r.mittkMlMra. .... V.... Nrl.sM.ALIN\ ........ Tralurk. DAY
third Palatka touchdown from Rill W.r4COURT NO. 14 .'..., U w.hl.p l.Mr WII.... Hill r....
America's largest herd of wild HOUSE NO. 4 OATt.. Ctorati. MrarORANGE Mr N"u. HUM
hls fullback position on a 16 yard f DAY ...... .
. Gaff CWrk NO. S Mra. W..... C r. .rMr
run on the first play of the second buffalo some 1,200roam' I. O. DwIWr, TWrkMra. WlltM 0..,.. DATA *. I.....<.. M.rl. E.Nikl.
that It South Dakota's Ouster State Park O M. T...MMra. ... I... A..., 0 !.....>. CWrkI NEBO NO' SSTWrlMi
and after was
period fWta.. WwkMra. ..,.. ,
W II rUmmflNEMOUNT ...IIW I........ DAY
the reserves all the way. rr CterMii. lrftrWOMAN'S NO. ISAn ...., HllIKo.. MM. CWrkMrll. .
CLUB NO. S DAY Lllllin I..4.. NxWf
In the other game Involving a Words of the Wise PUco *...*.) ,.,.* rw.U under DAY >*(. nillkMM CWrk. PARK NO. N...r ....11""',.
Florida Star Conference team the .. J.* H*.4 CWrk. Kill MntWy DAYDOWWNO N..., P.....
Yellow Jackets defeated That man U the richest TIN rack pe..ak.g..te on. t...l.. 0.,*. ..... I..... n. (lollMra. .?.. L,... CWrk ROCKY SINK NO. ..
St. Augustine M.k..rh.HM tttont, Ul N .. .
prtvonH wf- >UraMra B l M Pnru1 II..... ( .WrkWlimW DAY
Beach Sea- who** pleasures ar* the J.lm rVkM.rSUWANNEE .. .
the Daytona 11M. KISKLAND NO. ISrlr H." ..ark n. r*, CWrkRInW
Woods cheapest.lUnrjr. STATION NO. 1 DAY J. D. CWrk. B....4...
Don >
breeze squad ia.ll as DATtVirtl ... n...,,.... .....
CWrk N.
NO. I* N B
starred for the Jackets with scoring -( David Odd Fact .. ...c..I.... CWrkE J.,.. H...... DAYCLAYLAND E4 W...
.* ton ..... Elk.l H...|.11II. | .. Ml CURTIS: 0 NUMPKRIYSThal .
l 1. Jr.
and CWrkKliW
of 10 and 11 yards When drum and tnam.ttorpe nr ***
runs a Mra. P. k. '..11I1.. .. "....,.. RHIMIILURAVIU.E Wlllum.. Sr. .....
in Horncburch England, Ul N Helm*. NO.' ITIMIW N... R began rehearsing a rousing UNION' NO.' T DAY Ira Moor* U." ('.."

Key Role In Farm Prices march In a pasture, fir of UwM DATMra.. ..,... Hulk Bell C..... II.... lilli I**,.*n*.*.,TWrk WMr '

l>M.to TnhMkrWr *. J.n, h...
In tilt field dro >
COWl po4
[ L. LuktefMra. *..... lr....
Agricultural Act Includes dead and In. others stampeded. Cr*.. HnrOB.ANCE NO. a DATM OBIIIEN NO. is SUWANNEE BLOCK CO.

IN THE eitcuiT couar or TMrHIBD DAY ...... f. M 0'M. rUrk
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND A. C. L .... CWrk ..... M. T. "....NM. N Walker Avenue
ProvisionsThe 1..11.. I..a.. ... .
COUNTY. ru rIIW MilM.1
, Surplus Commodity I IDA. Notice TO peruse' .LII......., Un4 Hul...... .... l>. D. PurrMrMICKOB.Y SINK NO. II THESE PRICES LOADED ON YOUR TRUCK


of IMS tackles the problem of plan depends on a favorable referendum .. rmmtln. Lr..>. CWrk. I T.. U... (*!M.Cm\l. \ CWrk 3/8x48x96 SIIKKTKOCK. .... .? $ 1.50 P.r sheet

r vote. *..*14 rirkW .., EMP 37l O 5/8 AWNING WINDOW 17.50 Each:
Hhe most pressing surplus com KALYIa BICHABMON. ,
The Act continues the voluntary 0.1....." "'.. rU,, ...l* C.rHILDMETH... Sheet
modltles. a University of Florida feed grain through IN tar NAUR AND BT THE AITNlBITT I I. D. CWrkCLAVLAND NO' M 3/16 Preflnlshed PLYWOOD 3.95
Agricultural Extension economist: program Of THE STATE Or PIAtsILAt: NO. lefn4 DAY 1/4 Preflnlnhfil PLYWOOD ..,,,. 4.80 Per Sheet up
for .. ,.. .
1M0 It provides price- i "
loans In-kind TOl JOSEfH fUtaiDAl' j.r., "1....., i,. CWrk. .....- Mil.*. FUIJ THICK INSULATION .. 58.00 M
says.Commodity supported payments ._ OM .| |.| .M.H.. Kill* Will...*. ,.. Mr*. P.N. IIh.Mr.
play a A BUI 1 > **
programs price support rang of M WM fll" k* this C*.rt MM tw.rHW 'h. ..... K.kr M.n .. ... K. rl.nt PRK-IIUNO: DOOR UNITS .. ... 16.00
key role In protecting farm prices to M cent parity for corn ,...... MM krtut dn.n.l, TMI .. Ira N.r. PSANCOSD NO. it
and Income from the effects of per .. --..t.4 M '... .-C..LNl DAT PADLOCK 1'10.' II DArT When In N..d of Building Malarial l (CP) Call Paul
and continues to divert ., .
acreage kW-n Ik* Illk Mr .r D.h.. |" II." CWrkMra.
surplus production. says Dr. C. C. from feed-grain production.In A. D. "... ,...*.... N WlUKn 1.1 Ira...NWM, CWrk ..,.... R.UrMra. Tl. 3621531 or 362-2873
Moxs. economist with the Floe' W infer.. I., U.. O.*. riMM. rmm.utr. *, E iMk MUW tortWfi* C'.rrMra.
,. M .. ...... .. .... ,.
the category .f cropland att..p, '. '1. I J.1..h M.rW I........
-III'- = .... tllH.' M.. _. UVB OAK FLORIDA "
See-Ia. adjustment/ trw Act provides for D.rr. Pr. c..N.. .' HE BO NO. SS ,
*.01..> ,*.. WIU-BORN" NO. II DAT
long-term diversion of land currently wlnn:1III ., ...*. ..1 Ml I ., Ikl* .
___ _
....._ a/urea.. ....... .. ,..
new law reeocnlw the used for surplus crops production CwH .| u.. O**. Cxxr.n .u. aaa. .a .u.u..nsauna.nn.410410..ununm.w..n.s.na.u..na.un.u.nunnea. 1 I
continuing need to lit. with and .riM MI IM. IM Ilia .r ,*l |M. 1
to productive conservation
>--. A. D IHI ,
control abundance. The pricingprovision. other long-rang IAVAUUMN" A. SESSIONSCWrk
use Jt
of the Mo. I mt "... a.... C:*... ,
; programs. benefits such as recreation resources ISEALI I
lejr points out would encourage wildlife habitats, and III> tww. a..w< D. e

maximum domestic use of aftf'tc.l streamUUtlon reduction. U... -

rd commodities and Among other things, the Act ., ... NOTICE'.. .
., C. 4 lMMt r* -l l.
u keep market price-a ppod continues provisions for lease of .4 ky Ih. lr4 ., l*.kM. inn.._.
around world level specified tobacco acreage allot h_._ 4..t,. PMnds, Ie....... :
MUU.. w4 Tnwto* 1...._. .b P.
The Act gives authority for the ments, conditions for reconstituting **.Wr T. IMI

dairyman's Class 1 base plan In farms for allotment and baa I CITY HALL NO.' I
T5 milk marketing areas and encourages acreage purpose*, and shift of allotments rn-..i. cw \

j a reduction In surplusmilk and base acreages on I Mr.l. r ril>...<
Mr*. 0.... 1_....
I production Adoption of the public lands. Mr*. t..o.dI. 1_.... .



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are.taking a second look \4N .i

aJthclQ\v-l? iceficld Attention Electric Motor & Equipment Owners: 3 I

L Carlton Kelley is now head of our Motor Department and can guarantee 1

4 i 4M you expert service. We rewind or rebuild all types of Electric Mo !

a tors, Air Compressors Battery Chargers and Welding Equipment. Call z

Wooley Electric for fast, efficient service- I


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w.... r.. N er.1.m...._.... _....0.... ___1III.u. .. J w. 1 H.P. . $26.50 WHILE THE :
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WTTM *ArTTT. !mny; im! r o.r A*o ttA JI-!*AT.!'IT> MOTORS 1

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Cornerby =
I Krrlpluro 1 Klnf SI-IS;M, District Meeting

) REV. SWELL JOHNSON I r- The annual meeting of the
PASTOR WESTWOOD BAPTIST CHURCH Seventh Masonic District will be
held In Lake City Friday at the
What Is Greatness? is the survival of the fittest If
Throughout the years our world there Is a Ood to these barbaric I .a : Lake City Temple, with M. W
Clyde A. Gleason main
has had men It called great: the militants he is on the side with I aa speaker
Lake City James
Mayor R Til-
Solomans. the Akbors the Hugos the largest battalions. 4k
the Gladstones, the Fiedcrlcks This gives a crude quality to I'I i son will welcome the group Reg*
istratlon teglna at 5 with
the Alexanders, the Hannibals, Christ making Him a perennial p.m.
Sr dinner at 6. The meeting Is to begin
and the Ptolemys Across the candidate for a combat uniform,
7 .
stage of life have rambled heroes "The Lord Is on our aide" has I 1 1 i pjn
Uve Oak
and heroines who have left In been the Impious claim of every -.- ._, -- w 1 iwt.JJr. rN attend. Masons are urged to
their wake a trail of ardent ad- Army that has marched Into but When "good1 king Joalah uo- flaring the rtpalr th.Book of th. Joalah road the LaW' to the ..- temporary rehire to Ood failed .
mirers who called them great. To- tie I do not believe that God 1.d.d Id the throne of Judah h. Cov.nant ass diacov"nd and brought .....bl... poapl.. dMlarlnff .bid. own to aav. th. nation from doom u4
followed the itrmlfht and narrow rtnolutlon of obdlnc. to it. R*> God. judfmant followed the unUfluly -
to th. king Huldah a proph.KM Hail[ Man;
day the story Is the same OUI'world takes sides when men begin to path of devotion to Ood. Ono of hi.. told Joalah th. doom ordained In th. IMwml of th. Cov.nant, nllflou ro death of J-U Kin,.
stands agog with admira- wantonly kill one another. But Ant major act wa. the repair of Book would fall upon Judah after Jail formation, and a noUbl. Paaaow, M 24-10. modem America when a man
tion at Twentieth Century wouldbe the other side of this coin is IU the T.mp"-U" Klnf n-22.T. 4l.aUx.-lI Kings 22,I,20. loUowed.-J1 Icings 23.i-35. GOLDEN TEXT:Paalrn II* .. makes a stir about a matter he 1>
saviours on the national and dangerous as this one. Pacifism said to be "raising the hue and
International scene These Idols which merely enunciates Idealistic cry": but in medieval England
like their predecessors are sailing principles and which fails to If the free world must brak se m his country. sense of supremacy since in th* goodness' sake "raising the hue and cry" had a
along under the pennants of reconcle the ugly present with "laws" to protect Innocent life According to Ood, greatness will of God no Christian can do Ood does not measure greatnessby graver meaning An aggrieved
championing the rights of down- the far off hoped for Ideals. Is then there is' no alternative for consists in giving one'i self away: less than sacrifice se'l? for God. posseslsons strength or status, Englishman upon dlsoovelrng a
trodden man. Yet a close studyof the best tool communists possessin us. For the Christian however, "He that would lose his life for my True greatness I" the ability to Oo measures greatness by those felony was duty-bound to alert
their lives reveals that many America the call Is to make peace between sake shall find it" Self giving is, stand for the right, even If it 1s intangible qualities of love and his neighbors by horn and voice
of our modern heroes, like their Accommodation and compro Ood and man: not by might but the desperate need of this hour I III the minority Great men do not ,, devotion which compel a man to All mho heard were obliged to
predecessors are scheming op- mise fall short of a working policy through love and humility But II ii True greatness is coming through,straddl efences for popularity'I serve Ood by unselfish service to assist In capturing and punishingthe
portunitlsts. tyrants, extortioners.: when one side calls all the plays at the same time he must serve the hard places of life with no I!I sake, they stand for God forTh mankind. suspected culprit
or egomaniacs This sorcua fact -
makes us ask what Is greatness?
What standards shall we use to
measure true greatness?
There are some, foolish and
Immature people, who say that

nation greatness or consists the Individual In things.who The enJoys STOP WASTING FERTILIZER 0QLLAfSSOiL TEST MOW fsonico .

a high standard of living ,
security material comforts and
freedom from enslaving labor Is l-
great Masses of property becomethe r .
criteria which earn the en-
slgnla of success. The mania for
more Is compelling millions to not
only keep up with the Joneses,
but to pass them on a hairpin
curve. For these childish folk every -
man has a price tag and can
be bought like cattle or other
chattel. These ruin their best IT'
years accumulating a vast Inven- ,,
tory of things and then are too .
worn out to enjoy them They ;
hear not the words of Christ 'A
man's life conslsteth not In the ,
abundance of things which hepossesses. ,. .. L
." The wisest and mnturest .
men of our world will conclude ,
that life is not measuredby Q : 1 '
accumulation but by outlay : Why a Certified Crop Production Program? CERTIFIED
not by millions of miles traveledbut T.

The by the heathen route says taken.greatness Is a; Crop Production
farce. The best fighter Is the : Because millions of fertilizer dollars are wasted each

greatest. Brute force, militancy, in the South. over $2,000,000 wasted in one
munitions and belligerence become state \ PROGRAM
the standards for evaluating .
greatness Peace kindness
humility love and charity belong Q

to weaklings. Their gospel : This year,will any of your fertilizer dollars boasted? --

M. ..
Live Oak Citizens!' a; -

Cited; By University : : Absolutely none. if you.follow the proven, '
Alfred T Alrth, G W. Harmony ; ;; 1' wcommonsense recommendations of Sonico's Certified ; ", .l
Otto Wcttstein III, and the
North Florida Telephone Company i' ', Crop Production Programs
were among Century Club
members honored by the University -
of Florida Alumni Association Read the Plain, Common, Horse-sense Facts behind This Fantastic Waste of Fertilizer Dollars
on campus Saturday
contributing The club consists$100 or of more individuals to the I } It stands to reason that not a single cent of this waste What happened? Where does the trouble lie? Obvious

current Alumni 'Loyalty Fund ;,': In fertilizer dollars was Intentional. Farmers, of all ly, it lies in the fact that few, of any of the unwitting

drive year More established than 260 a record membersthis for :1(( i people/know the value of a dollar. But many of them, victims of improper fertilization made certain their

the club. ,' as evidenced in these huge losses, are not getting crop programming was waste proof before commit.
The group was recognized at a
special luncheon at the Student ... maximum benefit out of every dollar invested in their ting themselves to needless expense. One of the

Service ida-Tulane Center football prior to game the Flor-in ; .'.. I<. crops. Undoubtedly, every Southern farmer who suf. main objectives of the Sonico Certified Crop Produce

Gainesville 1 fered part of this staggering waste of fertilizer dollars tion Program is to help you avoid this, through expert

ai ,. :- '" thought, at the time, he was doing the right thing. evaluation, not only of plant food, but every factor

i 1'vt. Jack Nash Jr. ,' With expert agronomic guidance and counsel, these (Seed, local conditions, application, ag chemicals)

; Complies Army Pvt Jack Course Nash Jr., !, } millions of wasted fertilizer dollars could have been relating to maximum yields from every crop you

whose parents !live on Route 3, ,- \ :- greatly reduced, or wiped out altogether, thus con. plant. Read the facts relating to the great annual

basic Box 49 Army Live administration Oak completed courseat a vetting these millions of wasted dollars Into added waste of fertilizer dollars in the Southl! Here are six

Fort Jackson, S. C., Nov 10 profits. of the many ways fertilizer dollars are being wasted: :; ) .
During the etght-wrik course

praperatlon Nash received and instruction filing of In varous the .:.jL':: 'i Y 1. Fertilizing acid soil that ties up the plant food. 4. Inadequate plant population to take advantage of .., .",
< the fertilizer.
Army records and forms. r
soldier enteredthe 2. Adding an Improper analysis of plant food.
The 21-year-old
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pleted basic combat training at k :'\ ) H' !t. 3. Poor placement of fertilizer In relation to the of fertilizer.
Fort Jackson lie is a 1963 graduate
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To Meet Today OF THE 'I
A very important meeting of I
By the Suwannee Valley Youth Heifer Suwannee Valley Livestock MarketTrading
MISS IDA JO HARRISON ICIIS Show and Sale board of directors
will be held today (Thursday
Home Demonstration Agent was slow to moderatelyactive $873tlOSOCows .
) at JIS: pm. In the Vocational -
Thanksgiving la just around the Ing needed by allowing 1/2 cup Agricultural classroom All at the Suwannee Valley : utility and tow-standard. \,
I Cant Just smell the of bread Livestock Market for the weekending t-$13; Inferior mostly dairy
corner you cubes' for each pound of board members are urged to attend -
(apices the aroma of the baked poultry last Wednsdnjr. with de- type $9-ll; one low-standard j
I good and all the other tasty Oyster Stuffing Omit celery mand fair to good A total of :288 cow-calf pair 111.50.: one Inferior
(ditties you will be preparing for and reduce parsley and onion to 1 slice and spread with generous rattle and calves mere sold compared 110.
with 299 the week
[the holiday meals Imagine just tablespoon,each. Add I cup oysters layer of cranberry sauce (Butter previous Calvea >>c.UO Ibs: one low-
la week from today you and your heated In their own liquid O prevents cranberry sauce from Slaughter heifers were steady to choice. 12073, good $18-11973; :
If.,nllies and friends win be gl'- and drained. soaking Into bread) Lay on second strong, while slaughter cows and standard 13.80-$17.. utility, $12.
Jing thank for the many blessings Nut Stuffing Omit parsley 0)o. slice buttered on both tides calve were weak Steers and bull $16
and celebrating the harvest time and savory seasoning and add 1/2 "land cover with layer of chicken were, few. Calves 123-230 Ibs.: good. $1 1'-
f the year! We will remember cup chopped nut meats (pecans salad Cover with third slice buttered Feeder-storker steers were stea. 39-12075.: standard $13-$1873;
ur fore-fathers who began our roasted almonds filberts or cooked on both side and again dy to 50 cent higher heifers fill utility $1J75-$1923; Inferior (allwt'lahtst.
aertcan Thanksgiving Day chestnuts spread with cranberry sauce Top lower and cows steady Calves 110-114.
1th this In mind we would like A Word of Caution Always I with fourth slice buttered side 230-440 Ibs. were weak to $1.50 Hogs sold totalled 734 compared
o suggest a few recipes for combine the Ingredient Just before down, Make five stacks; then with lower while calves 135-250: Ibs with 883 the previous week.
Stuffings for the turkey or other roasting. Place the stuffing I sharp knife cut each stack In were strong to $3 higher Mixed grade barrows and gilt
trda you might be preparing for Into poultry neck and body cui.l I half. Moisten cream cheese with Three-fourths of the supply wascleared sold a* follows: 180-210 Ibs.. 123.-
Inner ties lightly so It will heat rapidly milk to smooth-spreading consistency to feeder-stocker accounts 78: 310-240 Ibd, $2325: 240.270
Stuffings For The Turkey Use an oven temperature of 325'" I (tint green If you like), and while altghtly more than one- la.. $23: 160-180 IDS, 12303; 140.
3 tablespoons butter margarine for roasting This will allow the I S.s er-...II w.Y rW..a frost side and top of each little third the total. were calvesA 160 lba.. 12303, 120.1401a.. '23.-
or poultry fat I stuffing to pass quickly through loaf. Oarnteh with Jellied cranberry < slxeable number of overfilled 13: 100-120 lb* 12323; 80.100
314 cup chopped celery the temperature range of SOT to "I can't stay but a minute Jean! In fact, I shouldn't. sauce cut out. cattle were ,11.50 lower 111 s. $2305.Most .
3 tablespoons chopped parsley 120"F at which food-polnonlng I be here now!" than these quotations > sow 180-300 Ibs. 120 05.
2 tablespoons chopped onion organisms. If present grow and Can You Answer This Trueor Slaughter steers were virtually 13113.; boars 10-$11.. mostly $10
1 quart bread cubes old bread final temperature of 165'" to assure are a* traditional u turkey VividIn four to six label every time you use a pesticide Other slaughter cattle sold as pits 40-133 lb*.. $3160-12325.
1/2 teupoon savory seasoning destruction of any harmful color and tantalising In flat or. Cranberry Fruit Dread even though you've read It follows: mostly $24 up.
1/2 to 3/4 teaspoon salt organisms. they add that -extra touch" to Juice and grated rind of 1 before Heifer: utility. IU50-IU60.;
Pepper to taste Cranberry Creations Cranberries holiday meals. Fresh cranberries orange TRUE The labeling of a cutter $10-113
|Melt the fat In a frypan; add first found by the Pilgrim appear on the grocery counterduring 1K teaspoons baking powder pesticide and this Includes any Cows: utility. 113-11425, cutter ,
celery, parsley and onion: and on Plymouth Rock did not the fall and winter month (double acting printed material that cornea with 11073-114, earners IMI07S .If you were born In
;. ooti a few minutes. Add to the come Into their own u a cultivated and when the supply I* plentiful 1/2 cup chopped nuts the )pesticide contains so much Bulls: utility and commercial\ November of an odd. '
:bread with seasoning Mix lightly crop until 1816 Cranberries they usually wear a low price tag 1 teaspoon salt vital Information It's better not to 118-11725; cutter 113-114.; canner
Calculate the amount of stuff known as a "Holiday Fruit"I Cranberries' vary. In size, shape: 3 cups sifted all-purpose flour depend on your memory The pe*. $9-$11 73. numbered year, renew
------- --- 'and coor, depending upon me 1 cup sugar tlclde label tell you 'I hit'. In-the Calve' standard and low-good', driven license
variety. They may be bell-shsped. 2 tablespoon melted shortening product what It should be used 113-11123; utility $1310.l450 your
I round or oval, large or small, and, 1 egg well beaten this month.
I for how much to use how to apply Feeder-atorker cattle oM as
When You Shop or Recommend To they range In color from bright 1/2 teaspoon soda It, and any necessary' precaution follow:
red to dark erinllOlJ.ok fir 2 c. fresh (cranberries cut in about using or storing Steer: standard and low-good,
Friends Please Include These Home Town fresh cranberries that are: plump A i halve 113-11873.: utility, $12-11323; In. Reece Brown
I and dry to Insure freshness and I Sift together flour sugar, baking People who work too hard. try. tenor$13..
Processed Items firm and bright to Insure ripe I powder soda and salt. Com.: Ing to get leisure time, often die Heifer" : standard. $$11-114; COUNTY JUDGETOYLANDNOWOPEN
ness. Avoid berries' that are soft, bin. orange Juice, grated rind before they get leisure time utility, $1050-$1330.; Inferior
shriveled and dull In color I melted shortening and enough -
FROZEN You may keep cranberries In water to make 3/4 cup Juice: thru i
10-01 Box WHITE ACRE brand PEAS with SNAPS14lb the cello-type bag or the window stir In beaten egg. Pour this mixture .
Bag WHITE ACRE brand PEAS with SNAPS box In which you bought them Into the dry Ingredients mix.
20-oa Bag ARCTIC CIRCLE brand WHITE PEAS They should be refrtgersted If big Just enough to dampen. Fold
BLACKETE PEAS berries are cold do not put themIn In halves cranberries and null
Snaps a warm room, as they will Spoon Into greased loaf pan I."
sweat and decay I x ." x 3") spreading It evenly
Try using cranberries In different making comer sand sides slightly
CANNED ways this holiday season higher than center Bake In mod. [ ndnrn\ BOB & VIRGINIA
GOOD CHRISTMAS OUTS and give your family and friends I trite oven (350 degree F.. 30-10 ( // --1.1"
1lb. Can WHITE: ACRE brand PEAS with SNAPS something different In the way of minute Remove from pan Cool. CSlCry .-
punch, desserts, and party sandwiches Store overnight for easy slicing
Cranberry Party Sandwiches
Country Ham Country Bacon Country Sauaa.. Cranberry Punch This I ts are Recipe makes 10 miniature III uto associate store
of the bnt-tut fig and prettiestof loaves)
Processed In The Suwannee River Valley
all punches I loaf of bread (20 slices) / lira LAY AWAY NOW
1 pint cranberry juice cocktail Softened butter 47amy .Slaw
By 1/3 cup pineapple Juice 3 tups chicken salad spread FOR CHRISTMAS
Juice of 2 lemon I' table well seasoned
McMULLEN FOOD BANK, INC. spoons) I can (1 Ib ) Jellied cranberrysauce /
1 cup orange juice
LIVE: OAK. FLORID 4 tablespoon sugar 1 lb. creamed cheese Complete Selection For All Ages
Combine all Ingredient. Serves Trim bread crust1: butter first j
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Elected PresidentSuwannec Joe Boyd To Run HOMECOMING

For State Commission (Continued From Pace 1)) ,

I County People Attend -,'- .... ..,.... ., dons will Include Jeanette Bran- I
nan and Jackie Ratlin who will School Supply Specials
be Introduced as sponsors electedby
Farm Bureau State ConventionThe the Bulldog football team
f P members.
final session of Florida counties were represented during During halftime ceremonies,
Farm Bureau Federation conven- the annual state convention of Mary Alice Daniels will be crown-
tion in Clearwater last week the Florida Farm Bureau Federa ed Homecoming Queen by her
named as state president Art tion. The agricultural organization majesty of 1964 Shirley Herring
Karst, Vero Beach, president of met November 7 through The attendants and Princesses SHOP EARLY AND SAVE
the Indian River County Farm November 9. Janie Johnson and Susan Pitt- .
Bureau and a state representative. Among those from Suwannee man will also appear during the
He Is also a former president of County who attended the convention colorful halftime
the Orange County Farm Bureau were. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. The Suwannee High Band will .
Suwannee and 63 other Florida Sluder, Live Oak; Mr. and Mrs appear In formation at halftime
J. J. Sheppard, Live Oak; Mrs. to accompany the coronation pro.' SIIEAFFER PEN NOTE BOOKS
Sybil Avery, Branford; Mrs. gram
Lynn Johnson, Live Oak; Henry The full Homecoming Court
(Continued From Fare 1)) Watson, Branford; Leon J. Gill and escorts are: queen, Miss Pen With Free CartridgeFine Binder & Dictionary
point some of the first committees Si, Live Oak; and Walter a. Daniels and Oary Morgan; princess -
Sperring said that it would Roberts, O'Brien. Miss Johnson and James Or Medium Points Blue Canvas
probably be January before the Delegates to the conventiongave Kent; princess, Miss Pittman and
first bargaining committees are outgoing President E. H. Jimmy Rawls; 11th grade attendant -
set up. Finlayson of Greenville, a stand- Lynn Johnson and Car- ONLY 75c $1.29NOTE
It was reported that approxi- Ing ovation for his effective leadership ter Bass; 10th grade attendant, :
mately 85 Suwannee County over the past 14 years: Under Vesta Skeen and Danny Johnson_ ;
farmers were NFO mem b era a t ,
nu leadership, tne state atn graae attendant, jeannie
Joe Boyd, Dade County com-
the time of the meeting.
largest single farm organizationhas Poole and Tommy Croft; 8th
1958 has
mlMioner since announced -
Delegates to the National NFO grown from 10,000 to the grade attendant, Montez Wynn
Convention to be held in St. Louis, present 33,500 members. hU candidacy for the and Charlie Hunter; and 7th BIC PENS BOOKSMetal
Service Commisalon
Florida Public -
Mo., were named. They are John- .
The Farm Bureau representatives grade attendant. Hen Avery. escorted -
ny Jenkins Kenneth Mills, Mr also recommended statewide by Bart Edwards.
and Mrs. J. C. Johnson, Mr and legislation In the form of Boyd will seek the seat now Students have been working Ball Point Rim Edge
Mrs. J. W. Wallace, Joe Hingson, held by Jerry Carter, long-time
resolutions to prevent air and especially hard this week on float
Jack Lord, Ollln Sperrlng, and water pollution. The resolution on member of the eommtulon.Illaleah cityattorney and various projects to make Regular 19c Tufide Cover
Boyd as
Raymond Jackson. The conven- air pollution called for adequate
Homecoming an enjoyable occasion -
1951 until Mn
tion will be held December 1 from
to the Florida Air Pollu- for Suwannee alumni
election to the county commission -
and 2.Regular tion Control Commission "Im- state and football fans, Mrs. Turner 15c EACII Only $1.98
meeting time was set mediately" in order to prevent He Is a former commander said.
as the first Monday night of each "untold damages to the human of the American Legion. .

month. health, natural resources, crops,
a livestock, wildlife, and property of Hangar At AirportReceives TECH SCHOOL NOTE BOOK PAPER
the citizens of the state." (Continued From Pace 1))
THINKING The resolution on water pollution ApprovalThe graduates, youngsters and adults
(Continued From Pare 1)) followed much the same first structure at the Su- who have left high school before FINEST QUALITY
along on the tour and both of ui terminology. wannee County Airport will go up graduating and employed adults.
came away. proud of the start soon, as the location of a metal Two centers were also approvedFor .
that has been made In providing INCOME 42 by 33 foot hangar to be built North Florida Junior College ; 300 Sheets 88c
more facilities for the fine youthof by 8. E. Montgomery Jr. lies In Madison and Lake City Junior _
Suwannee County (Continued From Page 1) been approved by the Federal College, as part of another $8
We urge that all school patrons lion for gasoline station purchases Aviation AgencyMontgomery million earmarked for centers at
take advantage of the opportunity ; $2 million on lumber and has also had A state junior colleges. SPECIAL BUY
that wll be offered later to see building materials; $.B!} million gasoline tank and pump Installs The applications of school
what modem education requiresIn on eating' and drinking places; at the airport, according to Matt boards In Taylor, Lake, and Seminole Smtih Corona Portable
regards to physical facilities. and ".1 million on drugs and Cross, county engineer Counties for area vo-tech Typewriter
What has been added at Pine general merchandise.. Cross said that It would prob- centers also were approved. Others Standard
View for our high school will enable Total bank deposits here on ably be January before a public designated for the schools Keyboard Pica or Elite
the faculty to teach todaj December 31, 1964, were $15- telephone will be connected at tbd are Hlllsborough, Lee, Palm Carrying Case
what nobody knew yesterday and 655,000, approximately. Savings airport, which boasts a 3,000-foot Beach and Sarasota Countiesand "
everybody must know tomorrow. and 747.000.Loan accounts totalled $1- lighted asphalt.runway.. the Florida Keys Junior College Regular $110 ONLY $88

_____ at Key West.
u _RAI"_. tAW collectlone In auwannee :
.i think the news this week can a
provide a. measure of comfort to County were $332,963 during Useful Nuwance! CHAMBERContinued
our youth in that we have startedon 1964.Land. When Florida farmers and
used for commercial forests ( From Pace 1))
a plan to provide adequate
ranchers complain about the digging -
in the county covered 197.200 Wilson Suggs, vocational agriculture !
school facilities for them.
a acres. During the year, 21,491 and rooting of the armadillo Instructor at Branford. McCrimons Office Supply
biologists counterbalance
cords of pulpwood were cut. game ledged the cooperation of all
REUNIONContinued the nuisance value with benefits.They
Three thousand acres of land professional agriculture workers
( From Face 1)) were used for raising commercialcrops. point out that the shy mam- In the county in working for bet-
thirds of the 95 enlisted men and mal elimnates destructive Insects ter schools.
eight oficers of the company who Motor vehicle licenses were sold and ant hills. The armor-plated a LIVE OAK, FLORIDA
went into federal service 25 years here for 5,087 passenger cars,' creature is also a valuable source 'I (Renew Tow SntMcrlptlon)
of meat. When cooked its flavor is

ago Dale listed some 14 of the unit 2,022 1964.trucks, and 047 trailers during similar to that of.pork. I e....................1..Is..s..1......S S......N..I....I.......................................11./
members who have not been located I
during the reunion plan- Fish Fry Slated Shave And Hare-Cut
ning, Including: Although Kansas rabbits :
James B. Barber, Lynn Car- By Band ParentsA were stocked throughout the East REQUIRED
penter, John W. Carver, Emmit fish fry sponsored by Su- for game,they presently fall some, READINGSUWANNEE
Collins, Jack Golden, Woodrow wannee High Band Parents will what short of fulfilling the dreamsof
Hagan, Stanley B. Goodman be held at the high school cafeteria hunters. Men are aggravatedand
Houston 8. Nolan, Otis P. Phillips, I Friday night before Homecoming hounds are disobedient as the
Edward P. Stephens, Hood I between 0 and 8 p.m., rabbits "freeze" until surroundedby COUNTY'S .SERVING THIS GROWING AGRICULTURAL
i Cheshire, Ralph Howard, Ralph according to Wallace Ross, presi the pack; a melee usually re-
Mathis and Carl Mclnnls dent. Darting between vehicles
He said that efforts are still Proceeds from the event will go along roadways, the rabbits appear OWN PRIZE-WINNINC
being made to locate the men. to support the band. to be seeking sanctuary.

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Mr and Mrs Frank Norris spent the week end visiting Mr
spent a long week end In Charlotte and Mrs Leon Hatch and family
N. C.. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mrs Bashie Puryear spent last j
SUWANNEE !! T Skip Norris week visiting Mrs. Clayton Shaw
\ Mn V M MOMS left Thursdayfor in Horseshoe
several days visit with her Miss Pat Parker of Florida
LIVE OAK sisters Mrs. Nellie Ragan and State University visited her parents .:
Mrs Carrie Green in Fort Walton Mr. and Mn. Marlon Parker -
Beach over the week end,
ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1965 VOL 81, NO. 27 Mr, and Mrs W. B. Thomas
.. had as Sunday guests Mr and
Mrs Joe Land of Mayo and Mr. BUCCANEERBULLETIN
) Shrubs For Bran font J'0 Ag Class and Mrs, Charles Thomas and I I
I. NeW From Branford 1 family of Qalntivllle I
Mrs Minnie I* Phllpot attended -
By MRS. SHIRLEY W. HATCH 1 :: i : the Fiftieth Wedding Anniversary -
11 rJIi :it celebration of Mr. and F. II. A. Initiation
Mrs Bob Lancaster In Mayo Nine girls have joined the Future ,
Rues To Take On '
'I Education StressedAt Sunday afternoon Mrs Phllpot' Homemakers of America.
Mayo Hornets ,. wu accompanied by Mr and Lynda Lynch Pat Hall, Peggy-
P-TA The Branferd Baccaneers willmeet Mrs 8 O Philpot of Bell Fletcher Kitty Connell, Ann
Meeting I the Mayo Hornets Friday Mrs R W Sherwood and Wells Kathy Fletcher: Non Lowery -
1 In a rivalry match la Maya family of Jacksonville spent the Kathy Sullivan, and Sharon
By Speaker Owen The Baea are now sporting an week end flatting her mother Lowery donned such garb asmrn'
eves record .f few and fear. Mn Lots P Williams and other suits little girl dress with
Oraham C. Owen wu speakerat Let's al Itara eat and support relatives brogans, stripes with polka dots y
the Branford Parent-Teachers the Bees Friday night. C D Williams of Newbeny and dressed up as young ladles
Association meeting Thursday should for the initiation. The accessories
night giving an address on the Included doll babies
importance of a good education BTU Young Adults) Birth Announced) bottles, pacifiers, and Other Interesting -
Owen chairman of the P-TA bud. Enjoy SupperThe Lt. and Mrs John II. Norris things
get and finance committee, also adults Baptist of Kelly AFU. San Antonio Tex.
reported on the Halloween Carnivals young announce the birth of a son, Kevin Tests, Teats Teals
Training Union group enjoyed a
success covered dish Tuesday Andrew, on October 30He Th. seniors and freshmen Joined
Mn W. R. Hill, president, expressed night, Nov 9. In supper the church annee. : weighed 8 IDS. and a on. In sympathy toward the. 7th,
thanks to those who helped It Norris la the son of Mr and tile 10th and It grades as they
make the carnival a success Attending were Mr and Mi Mrs Frank Norris. of Bradford went through the yearly adven
A safety committee reportedthat Bill Thompson and family Mrs a ture of SCAT tents We know howIt
all fire extinguishers at D. B. Fletcher and family. ,Mrs. Girls): llmr Program Is to feel like your brain has.
school had been filled and two R. Q Griffith and faintly Mts. OBrlen Baptist Church Qlrls been through a meat grinder until
extinguishers had been added Glen Murray and family, Mrs Auxiliary members heard a program ) you cannot possibly think and i
one In the agriculture building> John p, Lynch and family Mrs. on Indonesia at their Monday (See METIS, ran It)
y and the other in the school bus Allen Price and family, and Mrs. afternoon meeting at th.ehul't'h. .
garage. Russell Blanton and family .
Mrs. ron reported on progressIn 1.r1 Fletcher no YOU HAVE( AN
Attending were Cathy
getting school bond petitions Alcohol Problem?
signed Clam See FilmThe \\1_. Suits, right, vocsUonsI s'rie ltgr. Instructor at Branford High School looks ever acme Carolyn Scarborough. OlrndtCorbln.
Vellca Lee, and MrJ
Mn. Oscar Munch said that soil conservation films plants whkft tke Sawannee high ag class has given the Branferd stsvdenU U grow' and plant near Clyde Smith group leader We now have in Live Oakan
children's clothing were! badly Erosion and "Flood and Soil"! their new v* ag bidding. With t.tti. fen-rlfH are Suwannee High ag Instructor Vlnrent. Jones, and a AA Group ready to
needed at the school. were furnished this week by the Fuses Farmers Randy Shaw and Clayton Crlbbs, (Democrat Staff .....t.1) Lake help you.
Mrs. Leon D. Hatch and Mn Suwannee River Soil Conservation City fleeting
R. O Griffith were elected to attend District to the Branford Vo Atdepartment A district "Day of Hmt" will WRITE
the annual P-TA convention be held today (Thursday) st ties P. O. Box 591,
ScrviccTo Be Held For
being held in Jacksonville John Hampton local 8011 Con- Community Thanksgiving Pleasant Orove Methodist Church LIVE OAK
this week. serration Service technician, stated near Lake City The meeting will
Room count was won by the that educational soil conservation I The Community I ford and O'Brien Methodist the J. C. <( first grades and the twelfth films are furnished month. Service will be held ThanUaI'In'1 Churches C I Illy I Everyone' Is Invited to share Ladles from the Branford Physician or Minister
grade. I ly to the local schools. ford Presbyterian Special music will be furnished the service I dist Church will attend. t.f.thG-1
Tuesday at 7.30: a
R. Price, pastor of the Branford .
Baptist Church, will give the
Thanksgiving message.
Also taking part in the services
James B. Daniels wlU be Rev. J. L. Feagle, pastorof
I the Church of God; Rev Bruce ,
Beardsley, pastor of the Branford .
Presbyterian Church: and Rev
Funeral HomesLIVE Arthur Davis pastor of the Bran- n

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OAK and BRANFORD Sunday School 1aN

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Ncw have two radio-difpatched, oxygen The Intermediate Cllrls Sunday 'e

equipped ambulance on call twenty.cur School Class of the Flnt Baptist ." ,/" '. ...,
Church In Branford enjoyed a .
chateaux in France ,...
( hour each day in both Lire Oaks spaghetti supper and dumberparty p ,

1 Branford Friday night at the homeof ,
their leader, Mrs, Iron fetch ,
The group also. attended the ,
Branford football game in Crou It
.CALL DAY OR NI OUT City. Those' attending were Petit mansions indon't 11 is i e, ....I seen.
; LIVE OAK BRANFORD Fletcher, Pat Hall. Carol and England ,.11 ..,1 I'n ,
Christine Durden Cathy Sullivan
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Martin Jan Walker and Ann

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I Bulldogs Lose To Palatka 35-0 Bues Beat Dixie Bears 34-131

Cheney, Miller, Lee, Fissell Score STATISTICS

Live Oak Overpowered In Rain; Bulldogs forward lateral penalized as B Corbin yards for took a STATISTICS Saw. Plk. Five Touchdowns For BranfordThe First Down.. Bran 17 C.e-

the ball on the 25. First Downs S 11 Rushing Yardage Z42 tl
Play Fernandina At Homecoming Johnny Miller and Wayne Garrett Rushing Yardage 75 24* Branford Buccaneers added another win to their Yards Lost Rushing 17 1''
scored 16 and one yard Yards Lost Rushing 39 13 record last week with a 31-13 victory over the Dixie High Net Yards Rushing 221 /s
Live Oak's Suwannee Bulldogs fell to powerful Palatka touchdowns In the second quarter Net Yards Rushing 3< 2S Bears of Crony City Passes Attempted S p
I here last Friday night 35-0 in a game that was playedin and the Braves led 28-0 at halftime Panes Attempted 7 7 Branford marched 80 yards for their first touchdown Passes. Completed I 3
a heavy drizzle throughout. Rain began to fall before Halfback David Lawrence Pane Computed 1 S early in the first quarter after the Bears were held and Passing Yardage Z' 18
added another yarder In the Yarda Penalised
kickoff time and slacked a few minutes at halftime. one Passing Yardage S 7S farted to punt with Halfbackaa.nba Z5 g0

The Bulldogs! were unable to complete a pass in 7 tries final With period.58 seconds to (o In the Times Yards Penalised PtnaUjed II"t t Lee pitta> over taekle I evening and moved from their 41 rambles Times Penalized Lost I 1 1 t
and netted 36 yards on the groundfor Uve Oak was allowed five from the on* and 8oarborauh to score In I plays behind the
the evening ran the same play from 16 yards game ,,Urktat th* pe." Again In tM strong running of Halfback Robert
Mike Smith ran at halfback but for Palatka's second tally. I downs as Sidney Baker ran two ; jecw>d period the Bum moved 49jartto Oualey, who scored from the downs and gave up only 4. The '
with Bob Dale filling the safety Center Richie Shambly again BULLDOGS' TALE plays up the mkMto tvm AMquarterback en T ptaya to pull ahead one and was stopped on his end Bucs gave up the ball once on
position. Theron Saw played on kicked the point after and the Individual RecerdsRUSHING poeitsMi and. paned n-l run for the point after. downs and had one pass Intercepted .
defense but didn't run the ball Braves led 14-0. Incomplete to Bad Cek.y PKptmsa 1 Own Ctty ram back strong tntlMtr Oualey) ran anotner touchdown but didn't punt during the
In the first 2:59: Live Oak had On the kickoff QuarterbackChip Tries Tds. Ay. TD three times nty" twrfateed drive of th* from 35 yards out late In the second lame.
two passes Intercepted and recovered Harris took the ball on the Suwannee and Halfback
: The BuO&wa vM ptar Fwnaadina quarter Tommy -
a Palatka fumble before 5 yard line and ran up the middleto llama 3.14 .4.11 I Befc beat FrMay wfeM at BltTANriRS'" TMJKtMlhjfcUal Cooper ran left end for the
Fullback Bobby Pope ran left end the 20 End Ray Corbin was Smith 14 22 UI 1 Homeraintnt. Rerd 'point and the Bears came within
for a 34 yard TD. the second hugging the sideline to his left Avery I' ZI 1.1 1 RfSMINO !one point .. Branford led 14.13 M
longest play from scrimmage for and as Harris stopped and threwto Baker a .11 .1.13 I Tries Tfd. .h. TP al halftime.
the Braves this year; Halfback him the Brave secondary was Dale 1 I LI 'IMtKItb'D Eraatord Quarterback Kim Miller ran
Johnny Miller ran a 41 yarder caught completely by surprise and I I I.' 1Palatka Pro-Files nr-.J' >4 m inS IxDAet th* option from the 4 yard line to
against Ocala), Corbin scored untouched. The
17 $.I I score In the third period and
Later In the first quarter Pope play was called back and the Carter 5 IS US 'I u. 11 n UJ I passed to End Johnny FlsseH fora

Pope I 51 IU I LeRoy I.1 3.f I 10 yard strike as the Bucs took
Blake I S S' I ?.a* ONLY'FDuRp 3ok..ss S., 5.1 'I a 28-13 margin.

fur in fftmpfire Miller 4 3lLS 1 NORS Wto Crwa City I Lee added a final touch In the
Maltbr I U III t f [ Otdey 14 1M 7.14 fourth period with a one yarder
Bf Lawrence IS 47 1.11 1 PRO Bailer S tU' following a 33 yard punt return by
EATING HABITS of the deer you're hunting... Garret S 1) 4JJL2 1 Ceriss 1.11 .9* /i iCne 1 Andy Cheney Ouard Jerry Scarborough t
Bafw,P 7 > > 1 r3sw ,
et S..I..1 kicked three extra point "From now on atop getting
i PASSING I PISSING and Cheney' ran one to accountfor your paycheck cashed at Pat's
AIL CM*. Int.TaX TD Altrm dal Tea.TD" Branford'a 34.13 win. place H. get more of It
S.Dft Braafwd I Branford picked up 17 first! UuwXdo."
Harris 4 S I 1 CH .*y S 1 1 UI 'II
Baker I' S 1 I I I I Miner 2 1 Ill 1
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Our forefathers based their entire code of civilization on the DEAR MOAN.e THE BATTLE OF THE
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p, even though we are not fighting the elements there rhnw.. Me
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Yea it is all to easy to quarrel and bicker even
\, though we love dearly the one we dislike for the
r moment. But in the sight of the Lord, when we all
kneel together there Is no longer room for hateor
misunderstanding. His teachings are only of
love and so it must be that when we are In Ills
house with those whom we have loved that feelIng Ifour Buick dealer do
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(9gA'li: zed f Methodist WSCS Weirs And Activities From 1 1'fIlE

Held Morning:: Meet I HOW ARE YOUR LI&tIT1.'
Mrs C. T. Baloden. program RECREATION CENTERBy
chairman for the November meet
big of the Woman Society of
Christian Service of the First ROT StTLIVAN. Director
Methodist Church was assisted
R with the program "Where The Pouring of cement Is expectedto at Saturday nights dance Attendance
Women Are", by Mrs RandyMai. be completed this week on the last week was about 80
CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor Mrs. J. Marvin Phillips Sr I new basketball court construction Friday and liT Saturday night i

tt Mrs. Perry' Holmes and Mrs I A donation from the First There will be no dance Friday as i
I National Bank gave a boost to the Homecoming Dance U scheduled .
Spivey The
Women Of The program I
1H Church Royal Service Held the project of securing quality .
closed with the litany read responsively .J.JS
Hold Joint Meeting November Meeting by Mrs. Balsden and basketball and volleyball pasta

. The November general meeting The WMS of the First Baptist member ,.". Gibson Member
; of the Presbyterian Women of the Church held its Royal Service Circle One served coffee priorto The city removed two stumps
church, wu held M a Joint meetIng program Tuesday, November S, in the meeting. I from the parking lout area this j 0/ FSU Cold Key
of the men and women in the the Smiley Building Mrs. Phillips presided over the week, and fill dirt to cover the
assembly room of the Presby Mrs J. W. MassengUl presided business session and expressedher holes was provided by Kelly
terian Church at eight o'clock The meeting opened with the appreciation to Circle Three I Machine Shop.Saturday'a .
MondayThe ranging of the hymn 'O For A for serving the MYF supper the
Rev Mr Walkup gave the Thousand Tongues To Sing', The preceding Sunday evening football game ended .
devotional in which he explained caU to prayer was given by Mm A program on Christmas Art Is with a 33-8 score Another
the Presbyterian stand on Ood- George Allen.Follo1l'lnl being planned for the December game mill be played this Saturday
parents the general meeting meeting. at 0:30 ..m., and the football
Inman Avery, Sunday School Mrs. O B. Deg Sr. circle program season at the Center will end on
superintendent Introduced the chairman presentee the l Saturday Nov 27
guests Mr and Mrs. M T Crum- program "The Indonesian Story". Garden Cirrln Will
bley of Jacksonville Mr. Crumblty assisted by Mrs W A. Jernlgjn. Meet Friday Afternoon About 30 girls showed up for
showed tildes of Thomwll 'Devotional Thoughts'. Mrs H. recreation at the glrU reserved d
Mrs. C. L. Johns will be
Orphanage In Clinton 8 C. while' O Penuel.' "The Legend Of Treasure period Saturday from I to 6 p.m
Mrs Crumbley gave comments on Island", Mrs. O A. Lee "A to the Azalea Circle of the Live and It looks lib this special time f I I a
Oak Oarden Club Inc..
the slides During the month of Tale Of Nine Cities". end Mrs. Friday for the young ladies will\ prove a
November 19. at three-thirty In
November the Presbyterian Chur M B. Reid "A Paradise. Found 1 $4/1.w, .a4YS ME4NMaRE d'GyrAPNHLPI.Ay good project.
the afternoon. Mra. George Allen I _
chew of Florida tend a special offering Or Lost". The program was closed
to help support Thorn1 with the singing of a hymn. chairman. urges all. member to.ttf'nd II s4FE.. R sueViVtr eu1S5MAKE Plans are under way to Improvethe
the meeting
which is a Christian home for U: Circle four served refreshments I SUk'F THRU &GNALS AMP 0/M- swimming pool with a new
The Camellia Circle will meetat
homeless children at promt allde and remodeling of the dlv
three o'clock with Mrs Clorr
Refreshments were served attar Practically all the poultry produced HORKftt&f Ing board Into a diving platformA
Dale and
the circle chairman
the program In Florida Is sold within ticket booth at the concessionarea
Mr*. Donald Hatch, urges all I INSl,NANIK: l Mrs Ted Rathe presided over the state separate
members to attend the meeting Male Nenalor U r. (Tele)
the business meeting which dressing rooms are also planned
followed the program ,. ., Mn Ralph Cox and Mrs. Otho I Gibson of the Tenth DMrlrt.
Scott will\ be hostesses for the
tpia ef the INS
S. Boys desiring In the principal spanner
Dogwood Circle which will meet act which aatherli.
fit hand 6th grade banketbnll legislative
at the Oarden Center at three ed creation ef law arhaol at
Surprise Dinner I II league for which registration\ Is a
thirty. Mrs J W. Hsnard, chairman
llorida heat I'nlvenlty. was
currently under way are reminded
Mil For T. J. Tulen w I urges all members to attend to have a parents' consent form mad. an honorary member ef
Mrs. T J. Tuten honored her AI I the meeting filled out before they are registered field Key recently now Key ban
husband with a surprise birthday The program for Friday meet I honorary men's service .,>
dinner in their home on NW 2nd Ing .U on perennialsMcAlpin ganlsallon at flerlda' Male
Street Sunday November 14 The "Dark Horsemen" will play I'nlve* lly
Among the :31 present the out. .
of town guests included Bill Tu Club Klertn:
ten Howell Tuten and Mr and i Project Chairmen THE OLD HOME TOWN *. By STANLEY

Mrs Ansel Tuten. alt of Miami: I. .
I The McAlpin Community Club I.I.
Mr and Mrs Bob Korman and I. '
I met Monday night at the Community Du1DDN CAN y0 r i IT WAS
children Kathy. Robert, and Center with the president 1 NA (AR rOuae ORQTNPA WNO
Richard. Mrs. Johnny Bridges i NOW atA MUro'HAD ITOuT w
Fred Rags, presiding I
and Mrs C U Proveau and children. I LITTLQ SPWr SPINNINeIT115I
Mrs. lisas reported on theclubs i Tb7)4 MALT
Benny. Minnie. and Bobby
exhibit at the fair. The
aU of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs I SIWP1's
t I I club voted to pay 1100 00 on their i
Amon Tuten of Lee, Barnard building note.
Kaiser of Madison, and Mr, and "
The project chairmen were
Mrs. Perry Lashley of ralmouth
elected for the coming year as
follows: Finance Chairman, A. D. I

Alice Cavrnta Circle Chambers Club House Oroundi.
Mrs. R. B Ooff.: Refreshment.
Met With Mr*. Murphy Mr. D C Mock: and Fair, T I
Mrs A. R Murphy was hostess Dasher Jr.
to the Alice Oarente Circle of lh- y W. R Slaughter was writ NAN MIDAl-The Defense Department has established .
First" Baptist Church Monday afternoon speaker for the evening and his this dnlga for the VI.t Nam Service Medal to U B, military

at her home on the Bttn- subject was on "Jury Duty" personatl. Front (left) shows a cluster of bamboo trees
ford Road. Prior to the meeting a covered superimposed on a tradition Oriental dragon above the In.
Mrs Murphy gave the dish supper waa enjoyed acrtpUon .P\lblJct of Vietnam 1a,1te.'I1Ie bamboo trees
tonal and Mrs J. M lies The club will hold IU next are adapted from the flag of the president of South VietNam M 4t
rented the program &.dt1'O-1 meeting' on December 20 and till dragon symbolises the subversive nature of
Mrs. T P. Landen. Mrs I TAUPE WOOL d-; hug i o the conflict. The reverse aide <(
Ooff. and Mrs E. 8 Conner a defined waJttllne and ...pa- I Tlionia Ix Scliall surmounted by flaming BUtue of Liberty torch above the

Miss Beetle 101.. RobInson presided : rate pl.Mncl-paMI skirt. Mr and Mra. ye Thomas. fVhall of words "United Statee of Amllt'ka.TIle crossbow le the : .
: Topping. a cropped brown I svw sst .
over the meeting.Refreshments 1
laciest Viet Nam and
Houston. Tei, announce the birth weapon the torch symbolises liberty.
were served to|I moleskin Jacket A brawnsilk ._- -. ..- .._.. -- _.
first.In ---- -- ---
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ascot fills In the neckline. of a son. Monday. I -
the II members present. 'I I
the Herman Hospital In Ileus I
ton. : Mrs. R. P. IIopkiiL

He ha been named Thomas

MODERN Lore Bchall Named To Board
Mrs BchaU .Is the former Miss PRE THANKSGIVING
: AERIAL Shirley Rlchardann. daughter of I
Governor Hsydon Burns has
and Mr W, L. Richardson
< ; appointed Mrs R. P Hopkins
of this city.
Bherwond Forest. Live Oak. to a
Spraying ..Seeding D.sting-F.rtilising S four year term on the District I J
Florl.liain AirMindedFlortdlan Welfare Board This Board eupervtae '

last year held II.HI the administration of
HOWARD MORGANPHONE active pilot ceruncaU There public welfare In nine North

teere 11)1 active civil aircraft in Florida eounttM and meet
362-2018 U.s. 90 WEST the state This was a gain of UVE OAK. FLORIDA flyer and almost 1009 aircraft where the district office U located CROSS JOYCE LaPETITE

within II ytar Th. other.. Buvannre County reprewnuuve A n
.....NNINN..INNNf/.NNN.11.NNN..NI..N.N.NN.NN N.N..1......."NN; Robert o Cngvtrom on me o' Bard is airs. VALUES TO 115.99 . . NOW | /
., ., ., Mrs Hopkins recently retired
.h. am'ti\ ,j .;y! '..iy'yt t' .. ; from employment with the D*<.

..I"II. .,I, \\-t :. .."I:., .. .. :, pertinent Fublw. .WelfareMm. SMARTAIRE CALIF. COBBLERS

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: Skin TJnliHfMiteM : VALUES TO $12.99 . . . NOW 8.97

t : lAst I Remit
: The OondwtU Club met TuN-
day, November I. si the home of
: Mrs. Bob Stan on the White
Bprtngs Road with seven m.m-
.... .i ben and one new member preernt VALUES TO $ 9.99 . . . . NOW 6.97

Mr. MJdred: Crtbos will be ho,
tea U the club on November nat

her home on.Van. Burnt BtreetIlirlli LOAFERS (Brown & Black)

AnnotmeedMr REGULAR $ 7.99 VALUE NOW 5,91'va41

and M/s Vertee Brock efBUrke
2 Pr. $11.00
announce the birth of a r

daughter, Nancy Tra he. Saturday .,
No, 13. at Uke.hore boa 1.

Notke To All Corn Growers! I ptul pounds m Lake end >City ounces She weighed I.

Mr. Brock U the toner Ma!
Suwannee Grain Corporation is now receiving yellow I Veiled OeneaJ seen of (Jve Oak,

: corn. We try to give you the most courteous service available to .
Csnl Of Thanks
you and our aim U to see that you get the J highest pouible price To our friends and neighbor

for your com. we offer our (thank and spvrectatlon SLIPPER SPECIAL
for the I,.... flowers. rants
rta .. '
Bring us a load of corn. We believe youTJ be back again and we of pr.and sympathy and eorMnU.apnawenm FUU COLUUl MOCC8UKO :

Uon ettendH M at the passing
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appreciate your patronage. 1399 NOW
i of ow htkttand and father, B E.DrJo. .
..", They errs a great

,sours of oosafort .. M.Mr .
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founded ki Frankfurt .. on .... COMPANY
Main wee the first *Mr.r *,**4* M,1 a. etosst ee.A 1/4 ....... North Urostocli Market 0. Not* ........* Are.UVE kvg organtaaaMi to operate on an
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I Bulldogs; Lose To Palatka 35-0 IBucs Beat Dixie Bears 34-131

Miller Lee Fissell Score
*-" Cheney, STATISTICS
Bulldogs penalized 5 yards for a STATISTICS Bran
Live Oak Overpowered In Rain; forward lateral as Corbin took Saw. Plk Five Touchdowns For BranfordThe First Downs 17
the ball on the 25. II Rushing Yardage 242 II
Pied Downs 5
Play Fernandina At Homecoming Johnny Miller and Wayne Oar. Running Yardage 73 248 Branford Buccaneers added another win to their Yards Lost Rushing 17 i'
rett scored 16 and one yard Yards Lost Rushing 39 IZ record last week with a 34-13 victory over the Dixie High Net Yard. Rushing 223 .'
Live Oak's Suwannee Bulldogs fell to powerful Pal at- touchdowns In the second quarter Net Yard. Rushing 38 IZ8: Bears of Cross City. Passes Attempted 5 0
ka here last Friday night 35-0 in a game that was playedin and the Braves led 28-0 at halftime Passes Attempted 7 7 Branford marched 80 yards for their first touchdown Passes Completed 2 3
a heavy drizzle throughout. Rain began to fall before Halfback David Lawrence Passes Completed 0 5 early in the first quarter after the Bears were held and Passing Yardage 26 18
added another In the Yards Penalized 25
one yarder 75 60
Fasting Yardage 0
kickoff time and slacked a few minutes at halftime. forced to punt with Halfback
Times Penalized
final period. 3.
The Bulldogs were unable to complete a pass in 7 tries With 58 seconds to go in the Yards Times Penalized Penalized 61 9 20 i I Ronnie Lee piling over tackle evening and moved from their 41 Fumbles Lost t t
and netted 38 yards on the ground game Live Oak was allowed five from the one and Scarborough to score In 0 plays behind the
for the evening. ran the same play from 16 yards kicking the point. Again In the strong running of Halfback Robert -
Mike Smith ran at halfback but for Palatka's second tally downs as Sidney Baker ran two second period the Bucs moved 49 Ousley who scored from the downs and gave up only 4. The |
with Bob Dale filling the safety Center Richie Shambly again BULLDOGS' TALE plays up the middle from his :yards on 7 play to pull ahead one and was stopped on his end Buu gave up the ball once on
position. Theron Bass played on kicked the point after and the Individual RecorlblItUSIIING quarterback position and passed 140. run for the point after. downs and had one pass Intercepted .
defense but didn't run the ball. Braves led 14-0. Incomplete to End Corky Blspham Cross City came back strong In Ousley ran anotner touchdown but didn't punt during the
2-59 Live Oak had On the kickoff QuarterbackChip their only sustained drive of the game
In the first : Tries Yd. At TD three times from 25 yards out late in the second -
two passes intercepted and recovered Harris took the ball on the Sawannre
and Halfback Tom-
The Bulldogs will play Fernan- quarter
Palatka fumble before 5 yard line and ran up the middleto ..
a Harris I14 .67 0 BUCCANEERS' TALE
dina Beach here Friday night at my Cooper ran left end for the
Fullback Bobby Pope ran left end the 20. End Ray Corbin was Smith 14 2Z U' 0 Homecoming.ProFiles. I Individual Record point and the Bears came within
JOT a 34 yard TD. the second hugging the sideline to his left Avery I' 28 2.8 0 RUSHING one point as Branford led 14-13
play from scrimmage for and a* Harris stopped and threwto
longest Baker I11 .1.S3 0 Tries YdS, Ay TV at halftime.
the Braves this year; (Halfback him the Brave secondary was Dale 1 Z 2.0 0 Branford Quarterback Kim Miller ran
Johnny Miller ran a 41 yarder caught completely by surprise and McKfltbrn I 1 1.0 0 Cheney U ISI US I the option from the 4 yard line to
against Ocala). Corbin scored untouched. The Palatka Miller 5 n 5.4 I score in the third period and
Later in the first quarter Pope play was called back and the Carter 5 IS 3.75 0 Lee IZ
I It' ';, I passed to End Johnny Fissell fora
Pope A liS 522-.-- -2Blake Kelley I.9 .3,0 0 10 yard strike as the Bucs tooka
1 5 S.O 0 7)reONLY-FOUR Johnson 1 It 5.11 0 28-13 margin.
tthin Ca ampfire Miller 4 50 12.5 I HORSE +IgPJ"DTjJya Cross City Lee added a final touch In the
Maltby > S3 413 0
Omky Ie 100 7Ie 2 fourth period with a one yarder
BiLL BERO Lawrence 13 47 3.61 1 PRO: Butter I t I.' I following a 33 :yard punt return by
EATING HABITS of the deer you're hunting,.. Garrett 3 13 4.33 0 e1Fe ciaWiRRY Gordon Z -18IS 0 Andy Cheney, Guard Jerry" Scar
Bagwell 7 9 1.29 I Cooper 5. .10 0 borough kicked three extra points "From now on atop getting
PASSING PASSING and Cheney ran one to accountfor your paycheck cashed at Pat's
AttCmp. Int.Yds TD Att.Cmp. int. Y.....TD Branford's 34-13 win. place H. &eta more of it
Suwannee Branford Branford picked up 17 first than Ida"
Harris 4 0 I 0 0 Cheney I 1 I II 0 -
Baker I' 0 0 0 Miller 2 I I II 1

rt. Palatka, Cross City
Bagwell 7 5 0 75 0 Gordon 8 I I III I
i ya OF FOOD A PAY IN WINTER. Caught Yd. TD Caught Yd. TD
7 'a MOSTDEERWILLLOSE U' Palatka Branford
y WEIGHT AND MANY WILL Johnston I II 1Fiwell
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1 7
A" LOSS OF WEIGHT BUT Maltby FAMED'FOUR.HORSEMEN'PLAMSD Cooper 2 111 1Ouster Adults SOe-Children 10,-Tsi Included
1 THAT 5 ABOUT ALL. Blair 1 13 0
THE I 0 I Monday-Friday Box Office Opens 3:15--Movie 3:30:
fr PUNTING Fonts Blkd Avg. 1926 FOOTSAU.S6ASOM PUNTING Saturday Box Office Opens 11:45: --Mori* 1:"
Snwannee WITH TUB OLD B 30taVMDODSERS Pants Blkd. AVI Sunday Box Office Opens 1:45--Marie 2: 0THURSDIYFRIDAT.

Corbin 5. 34 : Crow CHy

sooe or vws staid MUSIC SHOW

GET AT ACORNS. vo na.N'9' Saturday November 20 SATURDAY NOVEMBER 2> ,

CHERRY AND SPRUCE. 0efr Elr Art3GR6A7 8:00 P.M.

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"The family that prays together; stays together." Adults $1.00 Students 50c
I Our forefathers based their entire code of civilization on the DEAR NOAI-t. Ie THE BATTLE OF THE
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realized that blood was thicker than water. No matter how mucha .. r Sponsored By VILLAGE FIORITA
family might fluht among( themselves they were quick to band LILLIAN CONRAD
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an Mayo Jaycees and Mayo Senior Clau CARTOON NEWS
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t i even though we are not fighting the elements, thereare ...-.. .. --- -.0#. .
V other equally subversive forces at work trying
to divide us. --
Yes it is all to easy to quarrel and bicker even
I. though we love dearly the one we dislike for the
I moment. But in the sight of the Lord when we all
kneel together there is no longer room for hate
or misunderstanding. Ills teachings are only of
love and so it must be that when we are In Ills
s house with those whom we have loved that feelIng Your Buick dealer do
it must again come to the front. can more
.. So let us all believe together that "if Ood
be with us who can be against us I"
Psychologists! tell us that every desire yes every thought Is In .
essence a prayer, So, what do you want, what are you thinking I I than tell the "
daily? we try to determine; what folks want in our service we you why
attempt to discern what they are thinking and try to meet it '
here at SUWANNEE FUNERAL nOME 625 South Ohio Ave., Live
Oak, Phone 36J-1234. ,

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(9'g/1' :e/u4i fo, Methodist WSCS News And Activities From

Heidi Morning MeetMrs. '
.l C. T. Balsden. program THE RECREATION CENTERBy
chairman for the November meeting *
1 of the Woman's Society of I
1'' WOMEN Christian\ Service of the First ROY StLLIVAN. Director
Methodist Church was assisted I
1't with the program, "Where The II : I II ISkA4T Pouring of cement It expectedto at Saturday night's dance Attendance .
1 Women Are", by Mrs. Randy I be completed this week on the I last week was about 80
Its CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor Mat Mrs. J. Marvin Phillips Sr. new basketball court construc Friday and 1ST Saturday night
Mrs. Perry Holme, and Mrs. I tion. A donation from the First There will be no dance Friday as
National Bank gave.a boost to the Homecoming Dance la scheduled .
Splvey Brabham. The
Of The Church
Service Held
= closed with the litany read responslvely I the project of securing quality .
Hold Joint Meeting November MeetingThe by Mrs. Baisden and basketball and volleyball pasta

If The November general meeting WMS of the First Baptist members Sen. Gibson Member
of the Presbyterian Women of the Church held Its Royal Service Circle One served coffee priorto The city removed two stumps

r.In church. was held a* a joint mating program Tuesday November S, in the meeting. from the parking lout area this: ,.' Of FSV Gold KeyHlate
of the men and women In the the Smiley Building. Mrs. Phillips presided over the week, and fill dirt to cover the
Ie assembly room of the Presbyterian Mrs. J. W. MasaengUl presided, business session and expressedher holes was provided by Kell,',

Church at eight o'clock The meeting opened with the appreciation to Circle Three I Machine' Shop.Saturday's F w
Monday f'ngtng of the hymn "0 For A for serving the MYF supper the t
The Rev Mr Walkup gave the Thousand Tongues To Sing". The preceding Sunday evening football game ended .
devotional In which he explained call to prayer was given by Mrs A program on Christmas Art la with a 32-8 score Another
the Presbyterian stand on God- George Allen.Following being planned for the December game will be played this Saturday
parents. the general meeting, meeting. at 9:30 a m, and the football
Inman Avery. Sunday School: 1 1luperlntendent Mrs. O. B. Dees Sr. circle program S season at the Center will end on

Introduced the chairman preterite the Saturday. Nov 37 or
guests Mr. and Mrs M T. Crumbier program "The Indonesian Story". Garden Circlw Will 4
of Jacksonville. Mr. Crum. assisted by Mrs. W A. Jernigan. Meet Friday Afternoon About 30 girls showed up for
blfjr showed slides of Thornw\ "Devotional Thoughts'. Mrs. H. recreation at the glitt' reserved
Mrs C. L Johns will be hostess
Orphanage In Clinton. S. C while O Penuel "The Legend Of Treasure period Saturday from 1 to < p.m
to the Azalea Circle of the Live
Mrs Crumbley cave comments on Island". Mrs. O A. Lee, "A and It looks like this special\ time
Oak Garden Club Inc. Frldav"
the slides. During the month of Tale Of Nine Cities". end Mrs. for the young ladles will prove a
November the Presbyterian Churches M. B. Reid "A Paradise. Found November 18. at three-thirty In +' I good projectPlans .
a'IYS ME4V 54
the afternoon. Mrs. Oeorge Allen ENiCrVI'aQIWMAKE ... _
of Florida send a special offering Or Lost", The program was closed
(chairman urges all members to .
to help support Thorn1'! with the singing of a hymn. are under way to Improvethe
attend the meeting,
which Is a Christian\ horn for 41: Circle four served refreshments SuE f/RM 76WN AND DMMEQ swimming pool with a new
The Camellia Circle will\ meetat
homeless children at prwnt. slide and remodeling of the dlv
three" o'clock with Mrs 0- -
Refreshments were served after Practically all the poultry produced err S VllCiiARE WOWING'I ins board Into a diving platformA
Dale, and the circle( chairman,
the program In Florida 1s sold within A ., booth at the concession
Mrs. Ted Rathe! presided over the state. Mrs. O'Donald Hatch urges all I IN.1'IIAwfa NIIIIATI\lN 'NIITIT\1TI. H'o> area and separate entrances to,) .
members to attend the
the business meeting which, meeting dressing rooms are also planned Bnlor L. F. rnibion >
Mrs. Ralph Cox and Mrs. Otho
followed the 1 of the Tenth
Scott will\ be hostesses for the ,
of the IMS
Hoys desiring to play In the principal uponaor
Dogwood Circle which will meet I
I r 8t hand 6th grade basketball legislative art which aalhorlsed -
at the Garden Center at three. I 1 t
Surprise Dinner league for which registration la creation ef a law school at
Mrs. J. W.
thirty Harvard chairman
currently under way art remindedto Florida sots I'nlvenlty. wae
Held For T. J. TutenMrs. urges al) members to attend
member .f
tit have a parents' consent" form made an honorary
T J. Tuten honored her the meeting filled out before they are regis load Key recently, Gold Key Men .
husband with .a surprise birthday The program for Friday's meet tered. honorary men's service organisation
dinner In their home on NW 2nd Ing U on perennials.McAlpin st llorlda dials
Street Sunday. November 14 The "Dark Horsemen" will play t'nlvmlly.
Among the S3 present the out
of town guests included Bill Tu Club Elect
ten. Howell Tuten. and Mr and I'rojert Chairmen
Mrs. Ansel Tuten. alt of Miami: 5w
I The McAlpin Community Club I
Mr. and Mrs Bob Korman and I met Monday night at the Community &AOOY;CAN *-\ .> 50.! THEN rrWAS x
children. Kathy. Robert and Center with the t HAVE TM'CAW 1 f VuUW OWOTHBW WHO 1
preUdrnt -
Richard. Johnny Bridget RrH r MUST
Fred lisas, preildlng. ?
and Mrs. C, I I > r
L. Proveau and chil
Mrs. Haas reported on thclub's I APTIRN00Nl
1 .
dren. Benny. Minnie and Bobby, .
exhibit at the fair The "
all of Jacksonville: Mr, and Mn I club :' -
t voted to pay "00 00 on their c7 s.
Amon Tuten of Lee; Barnard building note. ; h j
Kaiser of Madison; and Mr and v The project chairmen were
Mrs. Perry Lashley of Palmoutlt I
elected for the coming year II
S follows: Finance Chairman. A. D. I
Alice Cax-nta CircleMet Chambers: Club House Grounds sf
I Mrs. R. B Ooff: Refreshments, rls

With I".. Murphy. Mrs. D C Mock; and Fur T I ......
Mrs. A. R. Murphy was taste Dasher Jr. K
to the Alice Osventa Circle of th W R Slaughter was guest VtIT NAM MIDAt-The Defense Department has establishedthis
First Baptist Church Monday afternoon speaker for the evening and his dml.(. for the Viet Nam .....Ic. Medal te U.I. military J-

at her home on the B('n- subject was on "Jury Duty" personnel. Front lend l ) shows a cluster of bamboo trees
ford Road. : Prior to the meeting a covered superimposed on a traditional Oriental dragoa above the In. roc
Mrs. Murphy gave the devotional H dish supper was enjoyed. ecrlpUon: "Republle of Vietnam .." .." n bamboo trees .r/ /1ll
and Mrs. J M. Dee presented The club will hold Its next an adapted from the flag of the prvaliient of South. Viet M

the program assisted by meeting on December 20. Nam and the dragon eyinbolUee the subversive nature of
Mrs T P. Landen. Mrs Hinton!I TAUPE WOOL dresa has the conflict. The reveres side (right) shows a crossbow

Ooff. and Mrs E. 8 Conner a defined waistline and separate Thomas I/oye Sehall aumouB( 4 by a naming Statue of Liberty torch. above the
MUa Berne Mae Robinson pre- thered-pant skirt.Topping I Thomas words "Unitedtstse of America.* The :: TrtPPL
brown Mr and Mrs. Rchall o f eroMbow U the
aided over the meeting.Refreshments j It. a cropped A brown Houston. Ttt announce the birth ajarleat Viet Nam weapon, and the torch. symbollMS liberty. SLaN Its/ /
were served to I molcskla Jacket _____'U
of Monday November first ----- -- -
the 11 members present. I I silk ascot fills la the neckline.rr a son
In the Herman Hospital In nNA'ton.
Mrs. H.I I'. Hopkins
He has been named Thorns

MODERN Lore Bchall Named To (Hoard
Mrs Schatl U the former Mlaa PRE THANKSGIVING
: AERIAL Shirley. Richardson daughter or
Governor ...,don Bums hal
APPLICATIONSpraying Mr, and Mrs W. U Richardsonof :
appointed Mrs. R P. Hopkins of
this city.f'loridlanl. Sherwood Forest. Live Oak to .I
Seeding. Dusting Fertilising four year term on the District I
Air-Mlmled Welfare Board This Board supervUne LADIES SHOES CLEARANCERED

Flortdlana\ last year held 1<.>M the administration of
active pilot eertlflcatea. There public welfare In nine North
were. 3.1)7 active civil aircraft In Florida counties and meets
PHONE 362.2018 U.s. 90 WEST the ate... This waa a gabt of I WO monthly, usually In Live Oak
LIVE OAK FLORIDA flyers and almost 1.000 aircraft where the district office Is located CROSS JOYCE LaPETITE

within It ,'an. The other Buwannre County rep I ,

.ass as..../NNS.........sN.ter.NN..a..ae.ras..s..e.as..s..s..sN..I.a.NNn..l .'t I- Robert resenuuve Cngrtrora on led Hard is Mrs VALUES TO $15.99 . . . NOW 10.97

Mrs Ilopklna recently retired
: from employment with the De.pertinent .
S ef FublM Welfare.

11,... Skrm.. huh, VALUESTOI2.99 NOW 8.97

fioatom last Wre&

The Oondwlll Club mart Tue**
: day November 0. at the home of
1krw : Mr.. Bob aNn on the White
: prints. Road with seven ....m.

.l : ton and one new" member prta- VALUES TO $ 9.99 . . . . NOW 6.97L
: : ml

..,yAa : Mrs MJdred Crtbbe win 'be ho-
: toes U Ute club en November 21

: al her home on Van Surest diced.e Brown
( Julack)

UJrlli Announced REGULAR $ 7.99 . NOW 5.97

: : Mr. and Mrs Van. Brock of
: Marie announce the berth of a 2 IV. $11.00SLIPPER

daughter, Nancy Trsjha. fUlur. i
day Ho*. II. at Ukmrwre. Hoepiul -

Notice To All Corn Growers! :: pmmds m Lale and I City ounces She. Wf'Ict11'4

Mrs Brock la the former MlasOeneal
Suwannee Grain Corporation is now receiving yellow Shelled S Bkeen of Uve Oak

com. We try to give you the molt courteous service available to .

you and our aim U to tee that you get the highest poMible price Card Te our Of friends Thank and.. neighborswe P

for your corn offer out thank and aporedUon SPECIAL
: for the fond flowers, cards,

's Bring u* a load of corn. We believe you'll be back again and we I: stone vtetu. of prayers sympathy, and other ami wneolav etpnw FUR COUJUt MOCC8KKO

Z : Uon n....d. us at the ptn. 2 97
appreciate patronage.
your NOW
: 13.9'
: of ow has.bard and tM1, B E .
: Deeberty. They were a great
: own. of _tort .. M*.
Phone 362-3596
: Met B. B Douberlysnd

Suwannee Grain Corporation Find The Money Haw W rndrr HethefMM.1amH4 llU4OOrpaNY

m Frankfort M the.Mam .
was the flesh monry a.M- Mtr. a e eesIs/ a..**Mt e etees
1/4 Mae Wortk LeWetoc Market. On Nortk ......... Av.. : IftC ......*.". to operate en anseeJe.

atone" It 14 kranc of* SHOE DETT.I .
then his VteMM. Fans. 1.nann,
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= (9pgWOMeN l Mrs. Winston Larry Long ,,=.:it,: :
Il I Here And There I I [f}\ J[)

Mr. and Mrs. Delton Wilson returned Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Tyson of
1h Tuesday following a Hawthorne arrived Tuesday to
week's visit with their son-in-law spend several days with Mrs. Ty
and daughter and family Sgt son's son-in-law and daughter
and Mrs. Donald M. McCullers in Mr. and Mrs. Alex McKelthen
CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor I
r Dover, Del.
Miss Bobbl Davis: FSU student A

Alias Carter, Mr. Long Exchange Nuptial Vows 1 In Tallahassee with her parents spent the Dr. week and Mrs.end BIRTHSSuwannee

Double Ring Church Ceremony November Sixth Joseph Davis County

The marriage of Miss Judy Delores Carter, daughter Gary Martin University of .Hospital
of Mr and Mrs. Theo E. Carter of Jacksonville, to Florida student Gainesville, spent
Winston Larry Long of Hilliard, son of Mr and Mr, the week end with his mother RtvndeU Lee UlUls QUANTITYPRICES ,r.
h Mrs. J. D. Martin Mr. and Mrs. James R. Willis
Kenneth A. Long of this city, was solemnized Saturday, Miss Pat Warner FSU student announce the birth of a con Ren. GOOD ThRW'
November: sixth, in the Brentwood Baptist Church, Jacksonville Tallahassee, spent the week end dell Lee Willis on November W''II'' ''__18, ,

at seven-tmrty in me with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. seventh.
evening The Rev. Otis L. Page topped with a cascade of white Woodrow Warner Mrs. Willis is the former Virginia
officiated at the double-ring Phalaenopsls orchids centered Mrs. George C. Oanas of Bruni. Barnett.

ceremony. with a Cattleya orchid. wick. Oa., will be accompanied by
One sixteen two eightbranched The mother of the bride woieroyal a her daughter Linda, and Sharon Deanna Lynn Brandon "
candelabras entwined with ivy blue velvet suit with match.! Staley visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. Mr and Mrs. W. B. Brandon, 1
six potted palms and two large ing suede shoes and bag. She M Mlzell over the Thanksgiving announce the birth of a daugh
baskets of white gladioli mums holidays. ter Deanna Lynn Brandon on
wore a short veil with a clusterof
and pom pons formed the setting blue roses on top and a white Miss Jill McMullen and Miss November sixth.
for the nuptial vows. orchid corsage. Karla Thomphford of Rome, Oa.. Mrs. Brandon is the former
Mrs. Cecil Smoke, organist, accompanied -
The mother of the groom wore both FSU students spent several Earllne Nelson. ,
Mrs. Howard Wright, an olive green lace sheath accent days here last week with Miss I
sister of the groom who sang ed by a cummerbund. She wore I McMul en's parents Mr. and Mrs. Belinda Fay Lanier 1
"More", "Walk Hand In Hand"" satin shoes and hat of olive green J. L. McMullen.Mrs. Mr and Mrs. B. J. Lanier announce

and "The Wedding Prayer"Miss and a white orchid corsage \. .\. I John C. King II and the birth of a daughter
Jackie Carter sister of the Mr. and Mrs. Carter entertained ... .: \. daughter Julie Melissa of Jack- Belinda Fay Lanier on November i
bride, was maid of honor She
sonville returned home Wednes- eleventh.
with a reception following the .
wore a floor-length emerald green in the social hall. day after spending a week here Mrs. Lanier is the former Charlotte -
gown of peau de sole. The modified ceremony The bride's table was overlaid with Mrs. King's parents Mr. and LIston of Branford The Sup
Empire bodice had a scooped with a white cut-work linen / Mrs. Winston Rogers maternal grandparents are Mr
neckline and short sleeves finished George Dempsey returned to and Mrs. C .R Liston.
cloth. A three blanched silver
with a deep flounce. The skirt Florida State University Tallahassee -
holding pale yellow
was A shaped in the front with Saturday after spending Michael Scott Wool?
candles was on either end of the 1,0001
deep Inverted back pleats flow table. The four-tiered cake waN a few days with his parents Mr. Mr. and Mrs Earl C. Wooley
ing Into a tiny train accented f lr and Mrs. Clyde Dempsey.Lt. announce the birth of a IOn
decorated in pale yellow roses and ,
with a butterfly bow at the waist wedding bells topped with a min.lature Lex McKelthen arrived Friday Michael Scott Wooley on Novem-
line. Her bustle veil of Illusion from Tucson Aria, to spend bet eleventh
and The cake
bride groom.
was attached to an open flowerof a few weeks with his parents, Mr. .
encircled with and
was greenery
emerald taffeta outlined in and Mrs. Alex McKelthen. On Florida produces (4 per cent of r
white yellow throated orchid.
sed pearls. The maid of honor December 19 he will report to Mc- the world's grapefruit and 23 percent M
Miss Linda
Serving punch
carried a cascade of bronze Fuji Dill Air Force Base, Tampa. I of the world's oranges
Carter and Miss Evelyn Carter
mums. cousins- of the bride. Cutting- the I
Miss Sharon Whitehead cousinof cake Miss Nan Dean cousinof iridc Elect Honored Church Circle Met
was BI
and Miller
the bride Miss Ann
Launch Menu
the groom, and Mrs. Bruce Appealing
were bridesmaids. They were Swetz. Mrs. Wayne Long kept th. With Afternoon With Mm. Wright|?
dressed like the maid of honor Mrs. Theron Bass, Mrs. The Mary Katherine Adams
and carried yellow Fuji mums. bride's The bride attended Andrew Brown Mrs. Russell Parsons, Circle of the First Baptist Church With Hot Or Cold IaJ
The attendants were all from Jackson High School and St. Mrs.. Wallace Townsend met Monday afternoon with Mn. Soup
Jacksonville Luke's School of Technology Miss Julia Ann Freeland Melvin Wright
The bridegroom's father was The groom attended Suwannee Monticello/ bride-elect of The scripture and a prayer was ly ALICE DENHOFF Mrs Joseph W, C '
best man. Ushers were Wayne Ilgh School and North Florida Hunter[ Rogers of Tallahassee given by Mrs John Castleberry. LOOK with grateful eyes on 1 tbsp. each sliced" 3208 Del Rio TenT
Long brother of the bridegroom, Junior College in Madison. this city with a "Coke" Mrs Ruby Dees program chair those condensed and frozen con- green onion and butter .ll.hosse., FlorMftS.
Howard Wright brotherinlawof Following a trip to the moifn- Saturday afternoon. man was assisted in giving the denied soups for they stand 1 can (10 ii os.) condensed i
the bridegroom, Hudson Lundy talns the couple will make their 13, at the home of Mrs. program, "My Church, Hearing ready to serve many purposes black bean soup W. J. ATTWCKi)01
and Frank Ingram uncle of the home in Callahan where the on Helvenston Street. and Obeying", by Mrs. Wright Vie them according to directions 1 soup can watery
groom all of Live Oak. groom is with the Florida Highway Quests were greeted at the Mrs. Castleberry, Mrs. Ottls given by the processor; or > e. peeled choppedtomatoes
Given in marriage by her father Patrol. by Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Brown Mrs. Charles Johnson, and they can be the main ingredients ., ns.b
the bride wore a gown of Imported send who presented them to Mrs. H O Penuel. la delicious and different Chopped parsley

peau de sole In bell shaped receiving line composed of Mrs Penuel, chairman, presided soups. 500 *
Cook celery and onion In butter '
sheath style. The fitted Dior Parsons, Miss Freeland over the meeting. Here are some soup suggestions ,
Miss,, Ilutler To Wed or margarine until tender ,
bodice was enhanced by floral designs that -
Charles L. Freeland Mrs. Dees closed tthe meeting are just right for
made of seed pearli The Lawrence Thompson the bride-elect, Mrs with a prayer after which Mrs. this time of year In Stir water.In soup Add, then tomatoes gradually, stir CHAlLIS i. GOt
long sleeves tapered to calla \lily Rogers, mother of the Wright served refreshments NIIRIiiiPAiM0NDGREEN and Jots sig..
points at the wrists fastened by Mr and Mrs Enoch Combs elect, and Mrs N. T. MllIII'I e PErrtR stirring now then. Garnish
rows of covered buttons. The detachable tall of Jacksonville Beach announce room-elect's grandmother 2 tbip. chopped 3 with servings.BLACK parsley.. This makes 2 to IAIIAIA IHi
Watteau circular chapel the engagement and approaching ephyrhllls. I Roneinary Chili Held green pepperS Od..1..
train was accented by floral designs marlrage of her diunh. Mrs. Bass was floor tbsp. butter or margarine. nF.AN.oR.Ur: ; Mall I. ISem
and seed pearls like that on ter, Linda Marie Butler, to Law. Mine Cathy Bass and Miss November Meeting 1 can (10 os.) frown ORANGE-LIME PeA. i
the bodice. Her tiered veil of illusion \ rence Lee Thompson son of Mr, Townsend kept the guest Mrs. Jimmy Oreen, president of condensed cream of
1 can ((10\% os.) condensed
was attached to a princess and Mrs. Clarence Thompson ol which was placed on an the Rosemary Home Extension shrimp soup black bean IVY MOil
crown of Chantilly lace edged in Nashville, Mich.A marble top table in the Club presided over the meetingon U soup can each 1 soup can water soup .s JeclL.sni.
seed pearls. She carried a Bible December wedding Is planned cut glass vase holding three November second when they milk and water % C. each seedless grapes, .\ BILL' HIMM
rosebuds was placed on the met at the Community Center 2 tbip. touted halved and chopped > Wbee. CM**
In the living room and with 11 member., two vliitors slivered almonds orange sections:
com, opened ennulte, were and Miss Ida Jo Harrison\! home 1 tbip. chopped pimiento 1 tbip. lime juice b MI. A MU. WILLS
angements of yellow mum. demonstration agent, present. Cook green pepper In butter Sour cream 'C co....... FICUIA
I white daisies The Mrs W. R. Herndon and Mrs. until tender. Add remaining -to rfl
If' table was overlaid with a Roy Meadows were welcomed at ingredients Heat stirring now Blend soap and water Add D.yt-. .....
linen cutwork cloth with a new members and then. Do not bolt Serves grapes, orange sections and
f'A REMINDER bride doll as the focal point. Miss Harrison gave an interesting 23.To Urns juice. Mae In rsfrlgtn- Mat STtrtUNII'
guests were served Iced talk on Horns Grounds. serve cold, place soup In tor about 4 hr. JecIL-.Ie, P
, assorted open face Mrs. Green served refreshments refrigerator for about 4 hours. lien In chilled bowls with a MU. JOHN LeortsM.
holiday fruit cookies at the close of the meeting Serve In chilled bowls.BLACK dollop of sour cream as a top ...
rids cookies, cheese round BKAy.TOMATOCELERVfiRCEX plnf
assorted nuts. Freeland with a fotts cut crystal ONION Mikes 2 to I servings and Is
The hostesses presented fruit bowl U .. thinly sliced celery really different and delicious o

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meet Monaco.,. the most dazzling car in the ire now included in the list price instead of or sedans The Dodge Rtbedio waats ,.. -

'66 Dodge lineup of dialers. Here's car costing extra. Things that make JOG feel safer 718"Monaco r i

rl, i THE COMMERCIAL BANK that's got everything-and we mean everyat the wheel An outside, rear view mirror. e..,. _
thmg-except a luxuriously sized price Ut A padded dash. Variable-speed/ windshield .r.-

/ That's where we become very modest wipers and washers. Backup lights. Tare DOOC4 C4VKSOM I A CHRYSLERIn

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t About Sp YOUR UIAlTU. Glenda--Haas- Local Citizens

I This p 0 :. Named PresidentOf Expected At Fete

CJ aq 4-II CouncilOlenda For Boulware

That Doctor Td Like To KW1V- I Liberty National Life Insurance

/ Hares was elected presi- Company will officially Introduce

Sell-Reliance Still Exists Proud Parents? I WHAT happen When the Phlebitis is an Inflammation dent of the Suwannee County 4-II Benjamin F. Boulware a* new

Reading the newspapers these days, or listen- To see one's son standing in front of the TV Jaw II suddenly dislocated and I of the inner lining of the wall Council at an organizational district manager of its Live Oak
Ing to news on radio and TV, it is easy to get the cameras, his hair down over the collar of a dishev- you can't close the mouth T of the vein. Infection and In. meeting Monday, Nov. 1, with office at a noon luncheon Friday
notion that individual Independence and self-re eled jacket, a messy goatee covering a rcceedlng: How can it be replaced into a jury are the major cause. representatives from the 14 county at the Elk* Lodge .

liance have practically disappeared fr.om.ths: world. chin, trying to convince himself as well as the American normal position T I Varicose veins sometime are clubs present. councilare Local citizen are expected to .
Mr. R. W, Indiana complicated by phlebitis Other officers of the welcome Manager and Mrs. Boul
Big Brother in Washington promises to solve public that the U. B. should get out of VietNam -
: Pam Parramore, vice president
Dear :Mr. W: Sometime an sically both condition are distinctly ware when they are introduced by
everybody's problems not only in America but In must be sickening to the parents who have exaggerated yawn, may make different from each ; Sandra Thomas, secretary: the company superintendent of
the world with another billion or two wrung scrimped and saved to send that boy to college the lower' jaw slip out of its other. Rick Eubanks treasurer; Nanette agencies. Harry Wnitten. of Birm ,
from the taxpayers of the United States. And often It must be doubly sickening to hear him also cooked. This e e Oreen, reporter, and Oary Golf, I ingham. I

It seems that nearly everyone is trying to climb on advocate a plan to make the draft board "function painful condition What 1* the meaning of the council delegate. A veteran of 17 years of service
the government gravy train. less smoothly". Yet these were the scenes on cam fortunately red streaks going up the arm The Busy Bees 4-H Club met with Liberty National. Boulware
If they don't puses from Maine to Hawaii over the past weekend. doesn't occur when a finger I.i Infected? November 9 and saw a film entitled formerly served as associate man.
Therefore it's good news even These well-organized demonstrations cannotbe too frequently. :Mr*. P. Lv, ConnecticutDear "Go, Orow, and Olow". ager of the Gainesville office.
make big headlines to come across items like the The spasm of :Mrs. L: Bed streak are Christmas committee members for The Boulwares are Methodistsand
lightly passed off as exuberant, youthful exercise -
following: the muscles of evidence of an Infection that the club are John Saunders Walt have five sons They are
of the right of free speech and dissent! It is
They concern the inhabitants of a town In In- the jaw often I I. not yet under complete con. Platt, Avon Hicks, and Jessie Mae Tommy 20; twins Ronald and
time something definite was done to curb these make it difficult trol. This 1* an inflammationof Landen.
diana called Ellettsvllle, and of the Bahamas, a I Donald 18; Jay 11; and Wayne.
group of British Islands In the Atlantic. One might public demonstrations of all kinds, some of which for the un-. the lymph channel and 1 II The Shamrock Clover Club will: 8

think such people have little in common. But both can only be described as anarchy or treason Dr. Coleman trained personto usually caused by the streptococcus hold a Christmas Party at the I .
An organization called Students for a Demo- replace It. germ. Often the lymph Agricultural: Building December 2 I
recently exhlb'ted! an attribute that used to be quits cratic Society has even gone so far as to publish! Occasionally it becomes glands in the armpit become at 7:30: p.m., it was decided at Plastic Is rapidly replacing \
general among most Americans self-reliance. blueprints on how to fill out conscientious objector necessary for a physician to tender and swollen a* they set their November 4 meeting straw as a mulch in strawberry .

The people of Ellettsvllle dedicated a new fire forms, a guide called "How to Cool the Military" usea very brief general anesthesia up a protective barrier against The Wellborn Community 4-H production, a factor causing yields
unusual about to make the dislocated further progress of the infec I to Increase rapidly
house in their town. What's so a new which would Include all the angels for beating the Club on November 9 elected a
fire house In an American town? This one was unusual Jaw go back in place. tion.Before Christmas Committee of seven: ,
because It was built without any tax money, system Most people who have repeated the era of antibiotic Paulette Dancy, Johnny BaIlI'Y.Robert P
It now takes about a year for a conscientious jaw dislocations have developed the red streaks (lymphangitis) Perry Lonnie Dancy,I USE
and without asking for or getting any federal hand- claim to be cleared the serious complication of
objector through appeals their own way of ban- were a Debra Jsrvls, Debt Fulton, and i
outs. stage. The SDS is particularly vicious In choosing dUnK the situation. The exact Infection of the hand or the Yvonne Berry A demonstrationwas '
The local people voluntarily contributed all tro: this method to jam the draft boards with Invest! cause should be determined by leg. Today lymphangitis U remarkably given by Debt Fulton on I' FUCO a,

money to build the fire house and nearly all of It gations and endless paper work. your dentist. well controlled by milking tuna fish! sandwiches
went to buy ,materials for the building; the labor The machinery to combat this movement Is al. Special care should be taken concentrated dose of anti The Leona 4-H Club held Its Brand :
dislocated biotic. The site of the original
while replacing a .
for actual construction was also contributed by the ready set up. Advising a draft-age American how jaw. Sometime the Jaw clicks Infection of the finger 1* vigor.ously monthly meeting last Saturday.
townspeople The dedication was a festive occasion, Is Federal offense Several matters of businesswas
to evade the draft a punishable back suddenly and catches the treated by wet dressing Insecticidedo
and rightly so, since the people of Ellettaville were by a maximum sentence of five years In )jail and a finger In a painful grip and when necessary, by stir discussed, including the results -
justly proud of their new fire house and the man- $10,000 fine. But as yet, so far as we have been able r> e e e gery. of the Suwannee County
Fair, and the of nestyear's FOR
ner In which it was built. to determine little has been done to combat this Are varicose vein and phleU- Dr. Coleman welcomes letter planning
In the case of the Bahamians, Adam Clayton propaganda being spread across the nation. tit related condition T front reader, and, icJUto to cannot program. Adult leader BEST RESULTS
Dave Hawkins, stressed the importance I I
from New York's Harlem, Mrs. B. F, PennsylvaniaDear undertake to answer each I
Powell, the congressman This brings us back to the parents, where we
happened to be In the Bahamas when Hurricane feel most of the responsibility for their children Mr. Jr: Varicose veins 05011" loin use question In ami Ala of keeping. .... .. a 4-H record
tortuous and enlarged veins column whenever poMibfo
Betsy struck and caused the same type of devasta- joining these offbeat, radical groups lies. of are the legs. These arc caused when they are 01 general tion she later brought to Florida and Louisiana! It appears to us that if the parents condone by defective valve that are JLddrtlt your letter to

According to the Chicago Tribune, Congressman these actions by their children, then they too must present in vein (not in Dr. Coleman lit cart of thin AI.L NEW! THE BIG MF 175
Powell's first act was to call on the American be at least sympathetic to the cause they are spouting arteries). newspaper.ns .

Navy to send a plane for himself and his secretary That makes the situation all the more (0 uu, Kinc Teat ti SjradlctU too.) Big_brawny_brainy_4-5 plovr strong! With ,
Then he magnanimously offered some Ameri- '
dangerous Pressure Control, a new feature added to the Ad.
can dollars not his own, but ours to the poor Fortunately this group of misfits represent a
devastated people of the Bahamas.But very small segment of America. New Citrii1. Store Incrmi.sc Shown vanced Ferguson System for instant weight transfer

they told him politely No, thank you: Throughout the country there are undoubtedly To Open Here For the one-year period ending traction with pull-type Implements new .

we'll take care of ourselves; if you have American many people; who have mixed feelings about the L fe F Groves Inc. of Clermont June, 1885. it is estimated the Rapid Coupler for mounted tools new comfort
number of agricultural workers In
money to dispose) of, you should try giving it to advisability of our being in Viet Nam, and everyone 1 I. opening a branch store In Live I I Florida Increased from 117.800 to and convenience new power In the 60 HP '

Florida and Louisiana! Evidently Congressman is entitled to his own opinion in this regard. But Oak on U. S. 90 West across from 128.900 representing a 7.9 per cent class gasoline or diesel. See it, test drive it :
Powell couldn't believe his ears. He exclaimed: to advocate the burning of draft cards and feigning I the Sahara Motel. Fred Sweat change. I
"Isn't that ridiculous?" mental sickness and even homosexuality in an will be the local manager of the e soon

Well, it may be ridiculous to Congressman attempt to evade the draft Is downright repulsiveand store
Powell, but not to the residents of the Bahamas, dangerous to the morale of our fighting forces Tree ripened citrus will be the Output Up. ALLBRITTON BROS.
main L & F feature, including
and of Ellettsvllle, Ind., and, it is entirely possible, The Justice Department should move to put an Output per man-hour In the
for shipping
arrangements and
production of Florida citrus
to a goodly number of other Americans who remember end to this cancerous growth without delay. The .
vegetables on a farm value bastshas TRACTOR CO.
the prlnclpales, standards, and virtues that image it Is creating abroad is enough to demand Principle must be above expediency Increased at an even more
made them and their country great and free I immediate action.
If our political system rapid rate than the national 215 W. STH ST. 36223S1tZfSS
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COMPANY. torporallon, aa4 Ikooakaowo. .. Rani* It Katt. tin to lorto4 frwn any MM .*.1.
I Douglass High School Tigers ._. ...1.. at .... 4vlaooo. .. YOU .54 '' sf Yen .N m dlttrtot. fer which 5 County Board
Farm MortgageDebt knratora, ,......, ..-.., 55.141 ,,II;' Ih1 R. C. :r ., U rMxl for atd oobjort 1.
.vmuor In trvtt or .,.... Pun and kit. eI,.. IDA STARLING '" ,. limitation. th. IhrM p.rtor.1 pfrlllnl
NIh 1.'L"; loss ., vortlra rlalmlnc. kaji4 ?. worn Complaint, .In Ik* e..". hlfhotl oto ...11..* .1....... to
Increases IbrousS. ..".. .e ...,... ....... of Buwannto eo.",.. Florid. ** for tk. ." (II
tko unknown. '."_ of .AT. y.* .... lab of you aa ", .. tko offtoo o('nL.'T: Tu l.i
THRW MAYHKW, alto 1..s orklnt. .. ....| th. ," ., tk "..., T...... I. atwlhh.4 In tk.
MATTHKW MAYHUK, FRAN "". to I". akov .....rlb4 rtnl lal ...(....
20 Per Cent MAYHRW alt. know. .. FRAN lor.,... In Bnwannr* County, ..... ..101 tlMtloii. IS..usMI..1 i'"
By MAYHOC, liolnt a 555'fth. fir*. Y.. ar. "' "h.. ........ ".. ... Tu School Dlttrtet Hltac.. shall
I oa4! FRANK HAYHEW, JU8RPMAYHKW : Ik* ',..,. aty of thli. N..tk. >. : h. ..l.4 .. *t the .l5. tlm. anil
i Farm red estate mortgage debt alto kn... at JOHF.P fn4. It Doromkrr. (, ISIS, and 1''. ::.. In Ih. mlllait, rtoMlon only
j MAYHUR. KVA MAYHKW C.I.AR on tal4 4.0..r,* B '.... oloMoro who pay taiat on ml
In Florida stood at t5S8.008.000 FIR .... '.0... at KVA MAYHUnLASpKR ."... If aay vpoa Ai1.f1l': 8 ; .....0".1 property I In Suwanno* C,...
January 1 this 20 riirronn MAYIICW a LEWia tttom.it for ,.....1. Btay ...'10''"" ,..
on year percent MARION PARHOTT. alto know* 55 wkoto. a4ilmt la P. (X Rol S, C : ... B,ar4 ..( Public INlruel5..1
I more than in 1964 the Florida (HJFFOJU> MAYHUK MARION FlorMa, and ..... ... ._ ...n.* County, FlorMa. haa 5.0.,..
State Chamber of Commerce PARROTT. an4 MILI>RKI> M4V la. ....1..' ol ...... In Ik. sill .... ,*..... thai It ,la Btrratary for
HEW alto 5... .. MILDHKMAYHUKi n ('I... of th. Clrrult Court ., th (l*> nia <. M aiitatoit '. pro-
I pointed out In Its Weekly BusU oark of ....>. ...lam *i ttyM' rourt; vthtrwlt' a ..C ky law at ,. nmttary o
Review released recently roaMrnrot an4 SSSt.44_... I Coafnto will kt nlrr4 .:;. th* said. Upoilal. Tn Sfh.x.l DI......
new BIO unknown; at4 all ..._.. .lalmln DONE an4 ORDCREII: : th. ..a..ln* two III pane, end ta4!
/ ?5. 1 11 y 1 "Borrowings by farmers against > any ....,., rlckt ",. .. Into(. ..... an4 tk. toil of tkt ... ... will ho ....,... u prottrlM4. ky'
real estate principally for additional .at 14. or lion ... IM rrol I yrooorly I of tko TkM Ja4tall. Clrrall, of o. .... hatlvt. to ko ato4.Roar4 .
are k_ln 4ot.rlM4 *r war p.rl I tkla., ... lit .., of N"..m5.,. ., Pukll. lattractlu
land purchases and for "ml.DPPKNDANTI. I.A V A IIG HII A. Nuwaanro c.t."
/ 1 A II long-term Improvements. They ORKFTINOSi: Clrrk of ,... Clrrult. ( By U M. SEWS: JR.
Y.* art ...*.1'' .*llflo4 that a ..roror4lnt Cnly Chairman
can also Include mortgages for restocking to talot" till. .... kron kramkIn (111411.55555 .';
herds and for ,... Clrtalt Court for .......,.. Couo.ly. By t' Lillian R...f,r4 M. POUOMRuptrlntmdrnt
emergencies. Ftorklt. ...,..., all ......... tlalmln. Dep..I'I C".h .
4 Nationally the farm debt any ...,.. rl..... IHIo' In'._' I". .. ..... ..
J moved up 13 per cent January Itoa ..>o., ,... follow, t ...rlh4 roaprbporty I
.It..(. In I...,... 'hasp, NOT'CEJNOn ,. THE CIRCUIT COURT Of THE
196 to January! 1965. Fh<. .... towltiBrctnntnc OM TRADE. NAME LAW JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
"Of the Florida total. insure ... Wott .1.1..1 RorllonI TO WHOM IT MAY' fONCKHNtNatlr ".. IN AND FOR SUWAN.
.. Towtthly S doutti, R1.. 1t's. / It krroky. .1... that & COUNTY IN CMANCFRV
ance companies held the largest .. III fort North of tho. Sooth.woat .. ... .no4, pariutnt to Ih. ,. DIVORCE
amount 1163.847.000. representIng rornrr ot ta4 ....'10. an4 .... ilatuto, (h.pt.' ...... .. [ R. MORRIS
..(,.. North oa ........ II.. loN Slktt, FtorkU "' ......, Illl. rialallft. .
a 24 per cent Increase against .nhwoat ".... of Httathvottvarur tot.r with the Cltrk ., tka fI...

.. -.-.. -- p last year The Federal Land Bank ., .tl4 Rortlna. 1..... Kailon i.d for Buwtnnoa County. MORRl
.'... Sortlon lint ,. nnlor ofSorlton 5155 rorolpl ol pronf of I... ; IWmilaat.
Front row. kneeling. left U right Andrea Polite. Herbert Wells Earl Ford Johnny Worthy held tS3.989.6oo, up 18 per cent' ; IS. thrnr Soulk ... rmtrrStttkta ''''I. nattoo Ih. flrlltloui. nimt, : : J.". B. Marrto, .....a. I.., know
Farmers Home Administrationheld lint SS* fort ,....* Wtlt t.._. EulpuMM ....... ...,.*.a .la Ft. K.n..ln.. Oooril.
One Price Fletcher Smith, David Frlgeon. .James NeUon. Standing back row. left to right. ... ...,... II.. *a4 IkonroSoatk 5.5... .11.5 .. .11I ...... 1, .. ... aro ....... ...11'''' that row.
Ai.Unt Coach Earl Carter Sr.. .Jerry Ford. Melvin! Gandey Charles LlvtncsUn. Sheffield tl5.103.000. down slightly: .10.. auarl.r Borllon lln. w. ..-. .. '..... In ..... ,. fur s 4lorr 5.. bus Illo4 to tho
Leroy and Individuals and miscellaneous 11* fort Ikrara Wwt to "*oll ofkrylaalnff rural arrat around MrAlnla, .. n....... Court aa4 ya* ... rnlro4.
Milton Clayton, Ronald Bars James White Harry Williams and Berthel TII.m..... leaders on Wtt kf.....1'' lln' I and our ad4mt to Rl I, Hm .:: .... a opy ., p..r aniwor or pr>....
together held $273,959000. : ,- of ..,I4 Sorllon ii. all I* Bwtlon SI.Towntkl ASPS' Flort.ll Sletl.Tk to .... rowiplalnl. upon Ih. Plnlnllfft.
(Dan Stalner Fholo) up 20 per cent '* S Soutk, Rant. IS Rait.roolalnlac I til.ill of *wnklB. 1 It ...,. Will Randall Slaao.hlor.. P, O.
"Commercial banks SS ...., ..... 5 ..... Net. I**. IJ.. Oak, Florida. and (II. tht
throughout 5ros 5..5 Malr.d '. 115 ./114I5. ARTHl'R A. LINTON .. hi 15..405..1. tho Chirk. ol IM
Parade Featured At Florida held $52.310,000 up 20 Cl.r5 : ..d Csur1 purr .rln..p OTIM RILEY ... ('...... .a or k.f,ro tho I Ilk 4"
Douglass High Homecoming ,N.... .1w. d.4. or *<'horloa4hid RKHKtTA R. IWoutMr, .. D. I.... If you roro l.
cent' In ; :
per addition these banks la .. ,roror. ln to Iht tnniplnlnon ; 1\... Ikto. lt.d day ., 110'"... ,... ,... tamo, ........ Iho altroa"
Douglass High School's Homecoming the loaned' farmers' many millions for or. krftro IM Ilk ... of l>trt krIMS C.... ., Ik. rotaplalat. will k* ..... ai
Homecoming Dance followingthe : Douglass' Homecoming Committee an4 tkoroaftor to '
.roe..P p on ARTHl'R A. "IN ,*..... ky P51.
last Friday was somewhat game In the school gym. Included W A. Watson, current expenses not secured by /41tn11N'.llornq' U Arlknr Uwrrnra Sills RII.KV: ",... .... or<...*.. h l.l'.. 0.... n. r
I real estate Jr.. P. O. tI.. .... I.'" II.kFlorMa. REVEIX'A R. ikla. Ilk lay of. N....... A D
by a 13-0 loss to the I Binds from
dimmed klaetta
Richard. Haul .
Douglass chairman Herring, toltlai *. .. '..,.. (Ilk" IS-IS I.
I Hornets of A. 1. Mebane High son High and Nlblack School in' Jenkins Chestlne Curry Efflt "During the year 1964 new lltlo or latorrtt In, or IMMI noon. thaMv IAVAVONN A. SESSIONS
farm real estate mortgages totaled 4rrlho4, roprly' rllnio4. kKM. IN Test CIRCUIT COURT ( Clork. ., IrraU Court
of Alschua but the day .
School Lake City Joined floats and Mrs. O. X. Alexander
a Elliot H..*,. fall aol or ludaoirM wnlr4 THIRD JUDICIAL (' ....... Florid.
"as sparked by a colorful parade j j. lake Butler drill team In the pa. Claude Sawyer, Mrs. O. O. Nelson $74 million :3 per cent' over ...,..t 10* ky d-f..M.Wttnoit no.", .. IN'" AND FOR ( ) *
I the 1963 figure. Thla amount Is my kan4 aa4 ...1 ofCourt .M NEE IN By" Lllll.a Ri4fi4 D. C
downtown Friday afternoon and rode Mrs O. B. Jones Mrs. A. B al Ll.. "".... Florida ISIS Sr4 d.r COUNTY.IIL TO .. i ,

White and Ethel Reed. Included In the debt figure. ., N....... IMS.1AVAUnHN. T. i. BAII.EY a.4 ."., QUIET k...r '

.1Ii" Doughus HighMlw o 1 "In 1960. Florida farm mortgage A. filCMHlKS C. RAII.KV. *nd W, W. RMIRY '" THE CIRCUIT COURT Of THE
elms Circuit Cmrt
debt and wifa SARAH B BAILEY.rui.tiufi > JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF1051014
outstanding represented ....(.* i.",Ip. FloridaBy .
Hitter Anil Sweet 13 per cent' of the value of I ./ 5.11115. Rtafor4. ... .[ l'uJN A"'Dl'.O CHANCI-RV.
farm land and buildings In the 0.PSy Cn>rkII.in PENKACOLA AND \ SILL TO QUIET TITLE

During the early days of citru .'''.ROAII COMPANY, .. all .. : : TUIUI,
stale; K per cent In 1963; 109 -- <.'.."..la r..Iff,
canning In Florida two pioneers cent In 1964 and 12.1 NOTICE UNOER" FICTITIOUS NOTICE TO DEFEND
per ;
fd made outstanding efforts toward OM TRADE NAME. LAW IN THE MAWS OF ""I JOIINMON. ..1D.4N,41.5.
on January 1 this year" TO WHOM IT MAY ,. (' THE STATIC OF "..011'.1Tu .
the Industry present success. In a N..... It ......, y.l... ,.... Ik* ...5.nl I Kark ol the. ,..11...,,.. .i NOTICE TO DEFEND
113 Charles E. Langley, of Ail ll l.a4. ......, ,. Iko flrtllloaa ..amIt fondant, whoto .d......, TUB NAME or
Small Reel I-'Mi 5lalal.' ,'b.pSp 10111. w S.Ik.. 111.. and '...... art unkaowB, STATE II' FI.RIDAi ,
burndale. canned the first grapefruit Fl rl4a Blalalio, Mil, will 'sPS .. .
I.....'. 4 flonrtto i lark ., tk* following' ....*. .
I In slices. His product was One of the smallest of Hawaiian lor wltk tk* fk>rk of Iho Clrtall I.at faro's.(. 0II11.5! :. ,**....., who** .. 1C 1. aa4 for ......* Cotialy, FlurM 5.41115 a .. .. pit.r ..* rohlno ar* ..know*. lo-wlll I
ref fish Is called
Inedible due to Including bitter the Humuhumunukunukuapuaa. roMlM ol proof of aaklleatlaa ol J. W, Mlllor, I.IIIM A. .....- _... ..H......, Poarll .........,
membranes and to processing alI while one :Bollro Ika fMlMloot BOOM, lo-wK ...... Say. L, II..".. ......... M. W..... ,'.>,..* Wklt.
T........ Stw Work. .."...*.., W. Innr Kro4y. .U.. anil tf V4 oark ., ....1. a'
td J I excessively' high temperatures\ of the largest fish In Hawaiianaras ... .10... I will '.... In 5.51..... ........ ...... Konaodr, ...* aoooM.. kolr*, davlaooa, !>...
1 I wf' : Lang,* venture failed Operating 1s called the Ahl. according I aiporl u .*,... I. katlarMt la IJ.. J. KN A.. Oi S.l ". *, .ro4ilor* ....aoro .*.!..*
W In I... to the Hawaii Visitors Bureau Oak, FkirMa aa4 *>y ...01.... la Boat STk Solph., J. N. w l41m. .:. A. .11 ."... .. po'*!*. .lalnihic 1p.
;,/ r r a plant st Bradenton ..tout of ownrrtklp I* *ntlro.JAMICS on, c.55,55. I..... A.,.. ,-. h. on*>r or aialnal. thorn sad
1 Claude E. Street produced' the W. HVFPT on. Fro*.** R. ..,... .. :: all ooraoaa hovl1 any ololm *ra
canned srctkma Automobiles must be smart >ato4 I.U Ilk 4ay ol N....... A DIMS. N R.tU.d. Fmroaro R. ,... la4. krl. ....
first grapefruit N.5.4 Norrw N. II. II... ..U"-

commercially' nowadays so many go to school.ottato JAMF.S W. HUFF M. 55Sp.trtrh' MN." L .: : Vo. **4 **>k ., you ..* ......
..... 1411.. 0.55. l'Iri./5.. Id. : hot Mil In .1 sllr ha* k***
; ROHHOM. |l.lrk... A. O. t aoalnal you ky I hrMooo Tl. .
IN TME ("OU.T.w .i' COURT SL5 FktrMr. Mrrllo. tk* ,.,..... ('.art al Ik. Tkkr4 J..JI-.
IN'" AND FOB SUWANNH" rCHINIY. B*. II all** an4 II d.d, tlrtolt ol ftofMo. la aa4 for Iw
Public Notices I II FLORIDA. IN ,..0aULIN Iktlr .. .. apo****, ..: : c.te.l's51w **4 you ar*
R'"i Ktitio ., loora, W.aiM, .......... .., ..nin>-..4. *......4. an4 ..*.,.<
CORA JOHNSON AC RLANDtS: tr*. ...... ..4 to all .. flki your .'"... .....r .. d5
114.5..14 partloa alalnilnf ky, .* to Ik* Ctnnololnl Iilo4 konl
NOTICE TO CRSnilORl d.r rr tcalnal IM* ltd I: I ''.| aM ..1(5. Hi th* offlrt
I IN TME CIRCUIT COURT OF :r : 5155 .0 5. 1..11.5 = = All rrodllara. ol IM I..'* of Cur. oat kttlny lay rlalm or : Iko l'.I'. of ii. I'S-altWars. la
YHIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OFIt 5. $51 (.15.5, ,........ Ato. ..a4or, 4tma..... sro korakyB.ltfto4 :.. ., In IM .... korol : : : M .- (w1p, "5515., 11
OSll>A. IN AND. roe SUWAN. lynw: aa4 hot-** to BOWBBMCoo.tr ... wand ,. HI* ... ...,... .4IY55 1 : ( .05.: :' IJs .r" FSrM.,
NUt (USNalL IN CWANORV'' Florida. to-wll iItoolk or 4onuia4a ........ IMP mar ..* tt4 ....110 ., you ara ..*. b5's 15. 5555 i.5 .'. .
TITLE .. ..
145 TO QUIET A I. 1 P.5l laMt :
? ? ..... I Ika offto of Iko '
ta4 otlil
.. 1.4 Ikal B tall IB molly ha D. u1a aa4 aorvo a .. of aaM
ol IMNortk
1 CBI1EUJC wastes YOUNU. lit f Blork ot Eatt... ,mall tod** ol Sawiaaor Cownty, kroaiki ittlnil you ky T, ,. ..' ... or 4.1.05. ,,_ Wn.. Banilall
r .a5..i5 PklatMtVICTOR roraor ol ._.. It rua FlarM. in rouHkouto at U't Oak, 5.tl.. Ftttr I*. 14.41 *: ...,', Alloraoy fov Fhlntlff, P, ().
rait Itt foot Booth IM ""' '''.. .""1.. tit .....".. m nlht fmniM 5151..I. lid kM wlft. 11 |.l.. tak, rtMMw. N's141
M TTM WVOLHC .-.. Wort lit '. Ikonr i."JIt: :
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M TOI'NO : ;
1 ... BKATEU-E" RUSH. 614 IH foot .. IM total ., MiBBlof > dn. of Ik* flril" pwhltoatio' of Ikia Iko Olr'll (Mar of i'sr's, 5114 ciaM, roa lr4 ky tk* law*
dnr 1b 11 kolo. 5.15. Eork .55.5 IM.o4.ataNOTKE / tl4 otor for.IM'orir ... mutt tin. Ik* ... orottdoan ,"oa.lr. FhwMo. aa4 ,.. .'s .. S 5.':p..w/5N.III k* oo.
Lw TO DIFENDIN '. .4nrrlkid a.* .IM. P.N.N 4to. ... potllto. *4drM of Iko. ...-'.. 5.55.4 ad .....,. : .. tilnl .*. t..o IM rtltol <.......
yy q THR NAME OFi ol l l 5 of Rlorh... S U ro.. Oak.toIM .human .... 5.115..55. ,. ky IMrtoMMal. dl,. yonr .,,,... *...... or .... I* al4 ...',

i THE Eo RTATR.k ., tiF tM. FUlRinAS IMtowMBMwi.4 Dofo4aolo. Florida Nrw i A CMy',.. I.....t of aid .. BlorkSI. i' kM sass,, tr kit aitorn.y .. IM _.1.'.. IM' ....... a.... i. .. (. -c.: aaM till I I. I* ottoklltk..
Itl.l S i wMo a44roaa. rotfc aoaro U.. ,.... BrolloB SI, T......'.. H will korowio toM *M rdl.t I to kw'ooikor I. 114 taaot. to IM offlo '1."i." ,. Iho ... .4>*>riM4 ,.... to
l I aohaowo. towttVwwr t .'.... ..... IS Kott.TM "..' at04xl.r*' I.... ol IM Ctrtolt t'oBil, to **4 PlalalMf. to auto) INN 14 lo to
Mtllkow YOB.. ol Ik rourt IB .".... ..w AI.RIANMR RIMS BOO map, Florida n Ik* ** lrtk to
MHO = .t.te
M. Toon I : : : : 1.j'm: :
A4.wtalrairla ol IM 1.111..4 to U.t FWM. .
..5If totiMotod ClrrorlOoort Ihia. M or INla yoo
5. Moo IM
- .. $ tvtt
I I Boatrtro If s of IM Third Jodtotal CkrrwH olFWM Gar J.A._ A........ l.o Hk day of t_.... Ax l>. t.. toroao .

Douglass II..... Retire Bailer ante. ?. Is ...... with her I, oo...>...... owk...._ol b.1...nakMwn._ rrWrtor-*. *. to lad for SowaaBoa CovalpFtorMa. ....... aor* S ropy of ttl4 aatwor or 't".I-:1. 5.11 r ;
all .4 IM ...... ....*. INS loMM 14.It BOOB Wai. Kaadtll Stoaiktor, A ..*..., ... .....1'' po.110. ,. or pwrool
o .
aod M poraoaa .. ..
__ left and Don RUIner 4s.'s.5.-.w.
1-reset marl Johns, BrllsMU Lang < .. _. '--" -- -- I.. r'ttaliff, P. O. Boa IIS. I4r .... .... Inwt prototallas .. al
..r portlra .......* ..,. ,......... .* .. lai, rrtoollo ... y .. .I1.4 :
PbaUl 4Vr ..._. Ikooi ao4 to ail r.. rtotolirf *.. Vlrtor M. ,.... Mil* IN THE CIRCUIT rOURT OF HOW.IDA. riorMa. oo ar Bolar* *.. .. prototBla Bay tall. to _a.11' .
or .... YOBBO, ... Btotriro Raik, !>*> HIIRO JUDKIal.' CIRfUir, IN'" oalrod kr IM 5.v..1 IM Slot orlloB .. .tow M .'. _.....
i 1.s.wN h..S..w IM ku4t := or...:u-: ,-... AND HM SUWANNIE. CW/NTY. Mo. I II yoo foil lo 4* to B :. ... to ,... 'follow' 4oaoriM4 root
tonkyotlfio4 "'Hoo-l kaa4 Ctork. ol IkoCtrraM IN H.NnIV roBfotto wHI M I Win* to Svwaaoo
o M
To*. aa4 ro-k ol aro SUIT TO QUIET HUE -J..t':: : :: PSdMda:
,.. .. oaolly Mi M Co.rt ao4 .... ol sold Court to 11. rttlof 4oWM4t4 ., lo-wlli
llilt AhoyOpGing (.rt-m JlagieSince ......... ......B. aatt to* .......* .-a-.r 1.... "",... ..-.- r_.... Florida, SI r STARHNQ... kto. wlfa, TM natar. .< tl4 .*!. to to 4, 1 /. .,, 1. : 1ad
if's IDA BTARIJNII.Pklnllfft. INS to ... foflowlBf ..." .... I. BISS ... 5.5554.
discovered In about j to tM (' ".. ., .... Tkw4 .... latk ... of Wtokor, A D INI.
: the American flag In I Joaif. oo4 l.. ItEALI ,M """' ''''., i a oahrl INS .... p,5..415. .*..a.M ........ aoM.
; 2000 B. C emeralds have been' ....._I Clroak r.w.),.ol. Flomdo FWrMa..to. yoa arokoroky I' '''''G"'' A SRBBKINSrtork u. own ... *4* ,.....r_, a. tat BOO BOOB.. ...,,,..... I* tko. Clr,....
salute is generally forbidden but and folk ..__. .. oiooio4 ... roaowo4 of Ckrror OorlBooaaaoa JolIK P. ITINSiiN. ol al.NOTH aaM roaiphiiii, ani la and : *| ,.. Third J.dtotol. tJlvtuW, al
assoclsted with retigton > 41 :: ..
ftrrt: a one eieeptlon. When .._ .. 4ofoooot > CwBBly, fWtoa ( or .sr*05 ITMBJ BMMitoc aay .*, to Ba4 fao .._.... salt.,
lore. Their deep green color restful to HBJ IM yowr oomoiotol wrtMMi Iao4 M.NWIrow "at ETti"o FEND ..,.,.... .10.. or *....., to or '" oa4 Iko. *.......tot4 INS ..
pwUrg shipe of nations.Cnltrd to FI.ORIDA TO' .. ...... n.. _.
friendly ol IMork VII STATS OF a4a aa4 aitir port o ponol S1 I Tlft*. Ptolnlld.
States vessels execute the to the eyes' Jtas been thought to ol Mi4 IM-uo dtroouj*. to Oaort.IM offvo to Sal for I ,;; nIIfOJI; ,( U"'T ;p'1111 MINN P. BtlNBOM ta4 WII4.I4M ol, .*. from r.n"aito. B* .n. l.om.10 ,......, .t al. I>.... i4aai..

to be suggestive of eternal ills Irss Ooooir.11r.5.. at tM CwartMooo TM1SD A'lHrlAI. CIRCUIT IN AIOP .lies. 9".r.7r'"M''W: ; 1. P.-'a.'s/ tN to oaoHr or : I : 5r k4 B* Clork ol tto fit:
tn>im greeting as a return com- St. l. krloroIM pen BUWAMNKC"' ((' '>R- al too to ooiijaj BotaoaohM al / foorl a.4 S ol of aaM Coort to
Legendary benefits of the emerald to 140 ( FVrHa. oo 5 :f'm"a: : M"A\"JI'W ........ .,...... .. ....
#:meet It Is thought that this Silk Soy ol M'ssSMA.Q151. IDA. u4 kt* tpwuto ko rfo>rlk4 root .I flak, a.* .. 05.. ,. FtorMa,
the wkoto PMg5MM.55. l b JeI frrtoi ... ...... 50waw 1541 4ay Oototo. .
have Included protection to o>4 _N B oao>y ol o.i4 A.._ or l>ofoato F4l.nl rR ao4 kt* wife S Cwaaly ol A. P. I. ..
autom originated In the days against rvll. sptrlts. epl- BOOB W5. ....... Bool>.... A" MILL: V PALWrR, ...yi Till IIMTIVPfbwwitTpPRM .. .M .
wearer ov HOUR ttiBRtoNs FTN sro al IBB Borikwotl IAy.uaN''" A. 1E.'oN.'
.rn windjammer slowered' their torwry PtomHff. P. o. Boa Sti.I4o r.w>l Iff., i"1.
lepsy and uncha UtyIMgmiH 0.-: Ftortoa. ... aM4olo .* 1-RSVIlTTFRUN HI'IUH Mill BorlMi IS. .. : Work ol Orvott |%or*
.:11 l tn recognition.Ji *. Mo.lMd ky ow tM or toot *| IMIf BAME MATNKW. M ..l TWFBN U S. 41 11 MASKTT ..*.*. II ,... oa4 .. I ..wa..*. ("**..,, riwrM. .
a ..... '"f5d... p's.5.NMs rarfoaooouNOTKE Stats?. ."..N'4. AKORIJIA. ... Not' Ik It'll' Fad, *loo. Iko /
d_ p. ,..1541 .. 5. ..W/.4 TO r>'rtJO"' I.... .roo..,*. ..kowa sp.-'. I, Ho:<< tl4 SMBJB* IS, S .*: .
Unitiirrureons aooBMl i-oo fo. tM ....., ..... hito Till ... .p or riomitA ..* a>>4 4Vo4. Hull onioowo. Mlrtt ol S fo>i to IM tootorltoa ',,.,. OF srrrtAU IIECTION
( Fort IiiMiranrrAdvanced | II ......... TO i FaMR WaVltrw ab. ,-... .. : to, t. ... Iwaltoa. 1.415..r,11m.aa's raM,..4 *.*... ikoooo no "flC'. |. NRRrMv: AIVKM" ....
II'ap| and their relsUves Hi I TM ..._ ml IM MN I.'WS.I1N5 P5a5N .,,",'r Awns DI5OISWAIMIS +n.*. ..NPs'sa.. II'If WMt ..lo*. ..** '... was to 1414541 III' *"| .... FkMiUo.
II the the Old World sandcroust family lo lk. r'lb>wloo *< tirlti k>.4, I KAYrirW. tlo. .. kaowoMArxiir I' IMO. or otkor porooo* or *orti*< rttwoi Mill fo i to IM. nor ik ... ._...... 5.d a'sIS.sbs _........
education : I : ...... t CMrUt. ... ...
to tM PtttolwTI. to wok* IMhl *o4 MrMo MANiir Pit. ". JAMIS kr., Ikroatk, oo4r or a aw>*t Ikomr B apottol .to.
teape* form of Insurant a girl chare the unique ability to drink >* ....*. 5.155. o* fonk to MA/NIw, .I... b. .. JIWI. a*. Mkor *.. all ......* portoo* mo N..," tlIt* Wo t ah- .J".t.-T4ar, Dor...
with heads'down .. 5.1 M51NI'r. A.'"' U WANI'Wal' a. psO.a 5..n .4Ns5 .0P r < nr'k .MM. t''H ,... ,...... T. I.... to aok.l/ ... Fropoai,i..a
an carry. Though it may seem water like a hoc**, : ,:-"r.::.. =.. --.r.: ...... .. ".TMI R MATMI'F.MiSlaN ,' ,,,5' .f 515-5 5 151 .la. ...:tot NMik !"' .... *%*. .i4 offtoo ol looaly Booatol To* a.- I
pmaI,. st the time. It U add4 and bill Immersed Other 1,4 5.. 51 .415.'s d.5s.4. 5 5 MafHrW a-a I_,.. nMl 1.. .45.4 ....., leSr 554 bbf ... MM IM loH ,...... rwn .. Trwatoo tkl to ..* :: I
be 'birds Inust raise their heads to '.. l..4., ... 54'sr N... M p1bn. Uh) MAINQ' """ WAY ..._ C.s.I ,........ ..sNT5. tl-lf Watt ahMM Mk4 Bonk of **M Ktolrttt Tr .l-s*
protection should tragedy ../. 5*4 ,.- .4.11.. 5 5' MfR .*4 1 >. w Po'W4 *+ Im'h.ms 05.145 'Pa'C. .4 l/. foot i. Ik* Wotl Ito* ol to ito Fwd ol PukM 151. -
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;:o Comet-first car in its class to reach 1,000,000 in sales owt.5.41,..1N.- MM 5455...,. koto'IMI. : : M** rooMr..lo>.kM. tkoll=.r'1 U Iol4 .. I" >

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OMOO Ie'i T Bwy 04
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Betty Lee would like to
apart. Be sure to follow the directions THE OLD HOME TOWN ... BULLETIN remind
Not Easy To KillSandspurs >-- By STANLEY everyone to bring In their money
on the chemical package Continued From Pace 9))
( for their pictures as soon as
A little too much of the mixture ,. r WITH HISSCHOOC//MA, pos
Like True Friends; could harm lawn grass. % \ .. WHETHER HEUSe'SHIS.r.r..r1.r. how It Is to feel as If you haven'treally sible.
HEAD OR HIS FEET learned anything. But now
If sandspurs Invade centipede, HCS GGrNrrPi.AceS- can takea Rival Teams Meet
that they are over you
They Stick To You No Matter St.chemical Augustine called or carpet atrazlne.grass The trya I ANDPi.STI ITAKJf deep breath and relax until We would like to remind all
Buccaneer that
next year. supporters the
Sandburs better known as sandspurs are like best time to apply this chemicalIs Bucs will play the Mayo Hornets
true friends. They will stick to you no matter how you after Jack Frost has visited. Basketball Friday night Nov. 19. The game
voted on the road bond. If your Chamber of Commerce The girls' basketball team h.. wll be played In Mayo.
Get- won't let you admit that frost been getting In shape under the .
However, even true friends can become a pest.
visits your town then plan for an capable direction of Miss Dianne American upland cotton is the
the welcome I.
often simple as turning over
ting rid of them is as
application of the chemical about
Butterfield. Miss Butterfield a most Important type produced In
mat. or pulling In the latch prickles mature Is spreading next the middle of December. Usually 1s. graduate of the University of the United States.
string. year's misery because each seed atrazlne comes as a dry mixtureor Florida where she received her e e
But sandspurs don't get miffedso scattered will mean scores of In pellet form. degree In physical education. The Cotton Is non-allergenlc. *
easily. stickers next spring. The best way to apply the girls enjoy having her as a coach
Once established In your lawn Hand pulling and burning Is a chemical is with a drop-type applicator and have great hopes for a victorious .
sandspurs will bristle up and fight sure way of spelling doom to the Don't use the "whlrly" season. 1.
annihilation with every spike In stick pest. The time to pull is as type applicator as it may scatter
their body. soon as you can recognize the particles of the material on ornamentals Picture Returned
Nearly every ruse ends In fail plant in the spring. Continue to causing them to suffer Everyone found out what he Ct666
pull until the last spurs mature In as much as the sandspurs. really looked like on November
ure.A local hunter thought he had the fall. For a good kill, you may need 12 as school pictures were return-
i his bur problem licked when he With a 'bit of luck and a lot of to apply a second application of :.1rNL ed. Annual Business Manager
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.. noticed that his loyal bird dog patience you can kill sandspurs, the chemical In the splrng about CURVE'SCard
licked the stickers from his hunting say turf specialists with the Agricultural the time the tiny sandspur plants
clothes. But after several trips Experiment Stations.If begin to show up In the lawn. I
around the lawn gathering sand- you have zoysia or bermuda For amount of application read NOTICE OF SALEBids
spurs on pants legs the dog refused grass, use DSMA also knownas directions on the label.
to clear off stickers If DI-Met to kill sandspurs.For Use positive thinking in any ) Of ThanksI many friends and neighbors for Will Be Received In The Office Of The
there were no quail to point. best results apply this sandspur control program. EvenIf wish to thank the hospital the expressions of sympathy
the you make several successful shown me during the passing of
Cutting 'spur plants with the deadly arsenic mixture while staff and Dr. Dietrich and the
mower is of no avail. If tall growers plants are In the juvenile stage Failures, remember you are getting my dear husband and for the
think they are about to be since they are easier to discourage revenge for the times the Cenchrus plus a descriptive name words of comfort prayers, food,
eradicated, they will call in the at this tender age. burs have pricked blood from your such as "incertus". flowers, visits and cards. December 14, 1965, by 2:30 P.M.
runner type to sneak along the For a complete kill you'll needto fingers while clearing socks of Leaving home won't help you I'm grateful to everyone. May ON:
ground below the whirr of the apply the chemicals from threeto stickers. leave the pest plant behind because the Lord bless each and everyone.
mower blades. seven times with each application Just for the record, there are there Is a variety that I Mrs. W T. Sanders 1 only 1651 Chevrolet Pickup truck 6cyl., MJ Ton
Cutting sandspurs after the from five to seven days over a dozen types of sandspurs. thrives in almost every state, including a I 1 only: Oasis Water Cooler in good condition.
-- All of them carry the name of California. Cotton fiber is static free.
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TVTASHINGTOV The off-year elections that have just
\V occurred tend to confirm the general observation of

politician.Undoubtedly that, the the extent Republican of this Party upward had stride no place has to encouragedthe go but up. you the reaction of one of our valued customers to our recent change in ac

party and some of Its candidates on the prospects that
lie ahead In the much more widespread elections next year, counting methods-
__ too. But this does not by any means change
A a baslo fact of Republican political life-that
the party remains divided In ideological con
flict and that this division cannot but work
j against Us realizing1 its full voter strength. r '
Conservative candidates cut into Republican tret
totals this year. They will do the same
next year-perhaps to an increasing extent.
There is nothing on the horizon on which to
base a belief that this schism may be heal

is the true Inheritance of the Gold-
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-- water movement" that began 0 in Chicago in
Barry OoWwater I960 at the Republican National Conventionand
came to fruition in 1964 at San Fran-
Saying same Cisco. It is Interesting to note that one year
thingt after the 1964 national elections, Goldwaterstill
says the same things, takes the same
stand, that left Ills party in a shambles.
Whether one is a Republican or a Democrat one cannot help
but deplore political situation in which one party falls In its
basic mission to act as a counterbalancing fore to the policiesof
the opposition party. Our whole governmental design Is
geared to checks and balances. When it falls, it tends to produce
extremism-the very thing that the American people voted
against so emphatically last year
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' \ SIC TRANSIT, ETC For years, C. Douglas Dillon was a
name to conjure with in official Washington. At the peak of an
impressive career international finance, Dillon came to Washington "
to serve in the State Department. He was secretary of 6 mask ter'viaet'' ''r
,i Treasury in both, the Kennedy and Johnson administrations .
until his resignation to return to private life only a few shortage '"' *' h a holy rt 'lo K rN x r".
' months
Dillon returned to Washington recently to attend a" meeting '
of international bankers and financiers. When h* 0 our bRrkjt+ r Cbx!'". 't eng r R 611 i ti }t ,trA,, lMr. a6cp 't
entered his hotel no one was there to greet Kx-crtary
1 him. No one even recognised him. ,' V *M -
Net fven Xji, v .
1 H* had some difficulty spelling Ms name forth '
\ room clerk and then had to wander off to Recognised >> MT t c> ulri_ '. r.- Hr find a bellboy to carry his luggage to his room.
Dillon is essentally a modest man. But he could not help but
wonder whether his years of public service Washington would
prove as transitory. his fume k Ir '

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