Suwannee Democrat.

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Suwannee Democrat.
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Live Oak, Fla.
J. E. Pound
J.E. Pound
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Newspapers. -- Live Oak (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Suwannee County (Fla.)
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The Live Oak Suwannee Democrat is one of the oldest continuously published weeklies in the State of Florida. It began in 1884 in Live Oak, which at the turn of the century was the fifth largest city in Florida, preceded only by Jacksonville, Pensacola, Tampa, and Key West. The Suwannee Democrat enjoyed a corresponding reputation as a journalistic leader in the state. As its name suggests, the newspaper in its early days was affiliated with the Democratic Party. Its first editor hid under an assumed name when he was suspected of murder. A deathbed confession by the actual perpetrator allowed him to resume his true identity: F.R. McCormack, about whom, however, little else is known. From 1906 through 1907, the Suwannee Democrat was supplemented by the Live Oak Daily Democrat, edited by Charles W. Irwin. The rural character of early 20th-century Suwannee County, well known for its grist and lumber mills and poultry farms, is visible in the pages of the Suwannee Democrat. Indeed, over the years the newspaper has won numerous awards from the Florida Press Association for the quality of its agricultural reporting. Fires have taken their toll on the Suwannee Democrat. In 1906, a disgruntled printer left Live Oak by railroad on the night that the newspaper’s offices were burned to the ground. In October 1995, a fire destroyed a historic block of Live Oak’s downtown, and the newspaper’s office was one of the casualties. Lost in the fire were the last known issues of the Suwannee Democrat dating from 1897 through 1900.
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Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
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Paul Pumping Crete In Water Charge From City Is Clean 1 Up Job Here 1 Is TremeiiaeusPresident ca

Still A Major\ UndertakingSixteen Johnson PromisS21
Hear President Ditcnas Public VAt ,.f..16
local farmers, two tractor companies, and the
Florida Forest Service came to the aid of the City of Live Many: Local Stores Are RgfipcncdLic l

Oak Sunday, September 13, with their irrigation systems
and have been pumping water night and day from all the Oak and 1I\\'nnnl'e County made tremendous I
low areas of town since that time. stride in the task of cleaning up the debris anti damage

Lee Prjror, Raymond Jackson j that resulted from high winder unit flood water that mark- I
Hudson Lundy. H. M. Folcom. T. ed Hurricane nllrn''I it to this area. Iteaults have

THINKING E. Mua ove, Dick Lundy John I astouiulod ninny of thoo whlha'c\ worked night and day
Cameron. L. B. Roberaon. J. R.I I to alleviate suffering and to diminish .
LoUDWith f Avery. Robert Law. Sid Allen. W, health harartt" that lurked 1 chandlne to salvage! dealers. Oth-
OUT O. Brim. E. E. Lynch: Jr.. Hubert when" the city's sewer system ors' elected to hold flood sated i

Lode C. Wadsworth Gamble P. C Crapps Jr.. A. D. "U" knocked: out by high water, and dlKpoKe of damaged good atirratly ,
!llcb. Allbritton Bros. Tractor Onwntown merchants began reduced prices. I!
Co. Suwannee Valley Tractor clean-up oix-mtloivi Saturday Merchants and officials Inter
Aftermath. Company, and the Florida Forest and some were, back In business rupted clean up operations to. attend
Many events" happened in Live Service answered quickly and early In the week' notably the a meeting Friday at the
Oak during the put 10 da,.. .. ColUeum' where President Lyn
graciously calls for help from city First National' HAnk, whlrh olo.n..d
Some are best forgotten many fathers after Hurricane Dora for business Monday morn- don Johnson expressed his sympathy -

will long be remembered. dumped some 1 18 Inches of rain on in i alUio a board walk was i>ecessary to Mayor Marvin Phillipsover
But from it all. I think the lesson b. a cloned' circuit telephoneline
the city September 10 and 11. for entrance Into the Inatl
learned of what a community City Superintendent Mshone tuUon. and pledged the assistanceof

working stand together in good can stead accomplish as we Rees and City Councilman M. J. -the- left a--group .--f-local-.-residents-- lnrldlng Mia.... county" and city ofHrUU. hear PreaMentLyndon Almost dally other place* of all Federal agencies In the
will us tremendous task of repairing, rebuilding -
Kirby started making plans Sunday bUAliteM uncovered and Immediately
fart the tremendous task of recur B. Johns ..*..* Major Marvin Phillip .. the nation's sympathy' and pledge the cooMrytasaiataiM were and renovating city
.. afternoon to. bring portable crews of workers began
_, _,. ,, city. That the end Irrigation systems Into Live Oak la rebdldl.... At the right eoonty and monktpal' ofrlrlaU dheMs problems with repreoentatlve the tank of cleaning up. A number county and all other governnven-
product'some years hence will to. start moving the tremendous .. federal agencies here for the meeting held Friday at the ('.U....... I Photo* by 8wanne of merchants took their loss tal facilities.II .
have Incorporated Into It the lessens Democrat' ) told merchants he had In-
lakes that covered various section In stride, sold all damaged m.rwhich -
of Hurricane Dora should be of the city. strutted Federal loan agencies tospeed

the aim and desire of those charged Major Paul Crews was called CiUovrr October 1 Lake City Take Over up applications for disaster
of guiding '
with the responsibility on active duty with \the National loans and declared the county
restoration efforts.. Guard to. coordinate farmers part of UM staUli disaster area
Live Oak and Suwannee County pumping systems with the city Luravillc Telephone ExchangeTo National Guardsmen Assist CityIn : In order to make residents available *
should never forget the way the and locate them where they i fur them loans.rtepalr .
nation opened its" hearts. to. us In would be most beneficial. Superintendent Get New Number From Flood sand renovation work
Its Equipment Recovery Damage I .
sympathy and mustered governmental Rees was put In charge goes on night and day along 1IowN
and relief agencies to ( *. 1 ('eIlU...** **) Pag II>
help us In our hours of need. of making decisions on where and the New central office equipment will be placed in service Twenty-five members; of the Uve Oak National Guard .

President Lyndon B. Johnson water Crews would be pumped in charge of at the Luraville Exchange of the North Florida Tele- unit, Co. A 187 Armor, went off active duty last Saturday
Major was put
expressed the nation's interest to getting' the pumps and lines setup phone Company at 7:00: a.m. next Thursday, October 1, at noon after a full week of continuous anrund.theclockeervife Sutcannr Democrat

Mayor Marvin Phillips at themeeting to carry: water to the designated Nicky M. Tsacrios..., general commercial manager announced and were replaced by a group of two officers and Full Operation Friday
held last. Friday morning places. this week. 25 men from Lake Clty'a headquarters company
at the Coliseum. The fact the The priority system under Since all telephone numbers of four digits" win be changed from The chang cam upon orders Tk Mawanno Demoer will
President's advisors coupled published which the irrigation pumps started the Luraville exchange will be digit "2" to digit ".". by Brigadier General! Louie C.Wadsworth. I commanded allan, of i r.. .._ fan oswrsllon rrt.*,.
warnings that the Suwannee this unit II also had ....,....., I4M.U O. Wadaworth.said .
operating was first to get the changed at that time, a new directory IN*. 4 CoaUnoed *n rate II. commander of all now praise
River was at flood stages water moved from sewer stationsso will be mailed to all customers Guardsmen called to action hereto for their work and told Uwm that this ...11.. Part for allsnaohlnery
with the disaster, in Uve Oak UunderstandaM that the city's sewer system in this area prior to. Oc- Red Cross Ilelps aid In the security and cleanup . they could be proud of the ..r. I Med In th. printing
*. for w* have. foryears could be put back Into operaUon; tober .. he added.C. operations after the flood vie that they had given. are nw being lnUIId and all
hoped the nation would second, to. get all homes. In the M. Fawcett. toll and equipment 493 r*>c..nt will b* .f..".. by
look at Uve Oak as the cradle of i various flooded areas from underwater engineer for the company .ariert for the Anttrlean who were called out Saturday, saw action during the week long thai" Uy, hn addod.Wadswrth .
the famed river and that our city ; and third to get all major Is In charge of the Installation. R..i CTOM are 1st the Maarate September 12. by Oovernor Far operation; said thai *nv*.
would be 'mentioned along with streets In the city open. The .111 telephone service! In the T...l. where. John rls Bryant assisted local civil authorities Genera) Wsdsworth. Major! tepee eonUhUng >o.4o* ., Job
any reference to the stream.: 1 major aireeU are now open for LuravlU area was disrupted! during Hoe tick. dIc.tee .' th* ... ) 94 hours a day hi evacuation Paul Crews. Cspt O T, Balaiten.First printed foe .....***.* were **-
The speed With which Federal the most. part but then are still the noon hour on May \ toy ...... County last *?.. guard duty traffic direction LU. Bposaard DoalHsl lrfd. br nigh w.Ur and that
'ageneiM ermsat"rte Uve Oakland many homes that are under was a fire of unknown origin. By .Ilea sail a WaIf )I-II IndtvdsuUs ,.; and hi jAumrooua' othertasks and Karl Bembry. and Second I U .wwid W S*.*t kwftpfnl U a
the manner In which the various (IV" *. S Centura M Page I.) using equipment scheduled as an sit .r.vUisig geSef and requostod by r1UN. LU. Otto Dtckman II and Jimmy .*..*.* ... 1_....d with
governmental groups bare gene addition to th Mayo exchange beep to OJ fanUMo. a* a rwMlt Mayor J. Marvin Phillip and Jones; printing srdes
about the task of aiding In our telephone company workers were of flood water.Food Oen. Wadsworth talked with the First rVrieant Lswrvnr Tile po.sllh r-..-.. ...*..*.-
hour of need reflects. the genuine SRA Representative able to restore service the follow. and clothing bas few. unit before they went off duty Le*, and Pit. IWts. Arthur W'I .dl s.*w...lUn for th. Mptwrt
Inters the President had In our ing morning.In th* bulk of aid given .. dab f'hJlllpa. In emotional' ton**, .*. son and Jack Oarretl, and. nderstondlng' ilvon ..r--
plight and resulted from his orders Here This ITWtrmfA / late day. engineering on anew .Ia.mta"'" and a total *f preosed his and th city's appro- No.( g I'ooiUnBod on r... IIMrntttry big ... pal II I days '
that everything be don here reyreomUUro #* lao 8sJlBasin efnee,... completed. and an '11..1.... has burs s.*ni.llasartck elation to the men for the work!
that could be done under Federal *** AdmlntalrKtosi will be' order placed! for the new equipment said that |...* binood they had don*. lie Mid that he ,
regulations. In U. Oak *a Friday and Bat- for th* Luravtll exchange. wed hav n*( a. yet naads dldnt know what U* City. of Lire Of Jim Ami lima StrtckPlan .
Never in our history has so Hay *f this week to draw Factory installers hart been busy an .....u.. for kelp ....... Oak would have done. had |h* 1
many different: agencies of this .... owner .. weq. w b.du sa assembling and installing this d. *. o.for. sees a-nw National Guard not earn In and I J Dedication) Ranch
nation's highest government been dlaaator loan rlth (.... whoolalned euqlpment for tin past several! (Friday|. Ilonr for th. Money taken over In the fin manner In
her to help. Their Interest In our .. flood .....*. ''weeks. Preliminary tHY IndicateIt see now lit ..**. Mill liM.s& which they did. II* added thai
situation and wffilagly to bring Ik win he at . .* UM twe Is ready for use .. this community would long remember Cafctorium Sunday Afternoon
th* full Impetus of governmental Ucal banks .n ..*.e age SI Further tests are eipeortd to Th dlroetor said taper wee th* sorvte that ass given
aid and relief stemed without sad U. Then d*. consume another week. Thus the n kdgf ., ll*>*. avaiUMo" .. by them. A 100.000 rafetnrium will, be dedicated Hunday,
doubt from recognition by President siring to ..... .rs...hoas with cutover to the new system ls set hrls repair nos.o.II Oen Wadswotth abe. talked. $Hptmt 27, In memory of Jim and Kenn Hwlck. former
Johnson that the disaster Kla are eddied to eonUel for .not Thursday morning.Ther ..u....d U* Red Ccwweal with IN group It* hd this to owner of Copeland Hausage Co., who |ot their live In
that came to our bale city wsNo. either .f Ib. teat packs .. .. wtU be no chant In the !4 k* her anIw addl/l.asl say to the lIIWfti; -. have never In Jacksonville Hotel Roosevelt fire,

( 1 ConUnswd **i Pap a.) Urn and Ma*.. offle cod of Tit but the Jut ..... sny life boon so prowl of a unit Program Chairman: A, I), ,U wU, president of \VlnntUsl -

.. Bioro*. ire' said Ui* oVdlealWm --
rile will lecture an *ddroa paring .. fd ISOO people.
by JacMomlll Mayor' Ira,. Tin MlMrUfs PDSM and the

n. School Reopened ; Cooperation Good for don' Ooverrttir Hums ,fkrmorrslM and will be immlii rllmas* to Junior help Drpull with parking. will b the* en ears.hand

IXavhi said tin tJwKk wr
ed with a ribbon dulling eer-
gen*rus uppnrlre of tit* hays
many by of tin slwlck!
Suwannee School Abandoned Ranch during llilr. lifetlmi: and
High : ( () ; family' ,
Release rte Unit.( Another Take OrerUK slk' th* huUI I fir. on I>r.m-
r>pen to the public. the program -
bar n |1M', a large donation
..1f&, r'-V. ...... .' ";'; .."!'".-.,.., '''''." _. ... - it. .( -";,t. I Fix Old Armory For Classrooms will begin with a fr.. .../- from Uwlr. ...*l. provuhxt a major .

... ,.1 i4''t bmru prodded br friends ef th* I portion of th. financing. fr
Damsg to schools In Ruwann. County by floe, ),! ranch SI II:M pm The nntl. U.* .I.tclfl"lD.

; -::; .. :. = t f. .. .. waters accompanying Hurricane Dora centered! around *.Uon wilt f...tlow al I p m. T1w nw dulpurpn building. .

1i .. .' .. the Huwann High School building at Uve Oak where fkivsnn Oounly Sh,riff ...-. will atv a* a central dining. halt
1"1"t .) -"'!!., < ultimate damage can only I .be estimated at this. time, until MtClIUIr will. prepare the food. i and auditorium. A 1M'." now
II. *UI o. ........ b* rvpreom.Ultve teed" M a temporary dining hall
testa and study by construction engineers are compUt' l.aVhool
from KJ ."!*. notary, I
.,. .. .. win b* ewn.rt.d lnt. living quarters -
......., l. i rooMinsd thru uU. lb.a LAon*. and J.,*** In
.f'., Th* scten** depitmvt preimrtn*; for 20 snot br and lner<...
Monday Morning.
; ." -.ov... ".y"'o1". "' .'" '. .-..... lag a loa of seven days N* o>n. I been MO*** Into Ui b* ** eft. *f .and.. aartinl th* fond II. la pr*. I Ito Buys Bench nrollmnt tn 10.
t' f\ -; the Juno huh flrtv l."nw* library
: ; ; nit plan\ baN M let been'"' d *
"" ,, "i\. ." *.lof>od as to when thM date Is not In epetaUoet al | **- __ _ TV lie Dnllcittrtl Sundayr _
enl but will move Into Ih* oMAtmoey
win W saod slUtrt rurrenl ,
I \ Y'. .
when mt* U pepW.d.
) thinking U to mas U sn up during rt
fire without to I Th hUh srtMnl *ffk. Mew,
a .. I y 4.
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1 eM ; .. Th dMnt4 nleh Mrhaol 1 d.p.stnsM ow1 s Ute
'r none terra W the hose its
b cling .ht been aWndoriMt and

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OLLL -/ About It Happened In

\ 'i ;S(7I.I Thi* Farm

-..: And Suwannee County, Florida

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Tltat FrontBy

1910-1939-1954 .,,

History In A Capsule Fall Fun IS here

There is something especially nostalgic about
Fain of necessity, temporary Doyle. RConner
World' are,
Fall and to many people it U the most beautiful Taken From The Filet Of z
things, wherein million of dollar worth of -
season of the year
and exhibits are torn down completely once A that the TIlE SUWAMVEE DEMOCRAT '
The season Is nostalgic because things are startling prediction
the Fair Is over. Which Is why one of the attractions world faces "the most colossal catastrophe -
dying and growth has stopped. The days are getting -
of the New York World's Fair I. notably different in I
history beginning
It not only will remain, It will be on the that shorter, cooler, and the change tells us clearly In the 1970s, was made recentlyto 1910 less to say, there Is not a "home sentatlve Monday, said "The demand J
winter is not too far away,
guard" In the bunch. for commercial iil
for the next 6.000 years the American Chemical Society -
scene It is also nostalgic because It reminds us of Branford, one of Suwannee this county Is now great enousfl
This dtattnctlve attraction is the Westinghouse .
Time, Capsule which Is on display and will school days as a new school year begins. It lathe Progressive famine threatens County's prosperous and progressive state- We have made every possible to support a fertilizer factor) ]
week football season too, and this brings back many hundreds of million "even bil towns, is to have a preparation for an enthusiastic and he .thought It would be J
be buried at the exhibit site during the final school and college memories. lions", of people in many countries bank. The capital stock $15.000 beginning of the next school wise move upon the part of (thil
of the Fair next year The brilliant show nature stages In the fields according to Dr. Raymond has all been subscribed and term. The teachers have been farmers and businessmen to fonrl:;

The Westinghouse exhibit is different too, in and forests is the outstanding scenery of the year, Ewell. vice president for research be paid In cash as soon as. organization chosen with the utmost care and a company and put in a good!
that It is one industrial exhibit which Is entirely can be perfected.Mr. If the recommendations of the plant". The Democrat believes
in many cases, and the end of hot weather Is State University, New York. t|
noncommercial. No products, no pitches, it is devoted usually welcomed as Fall's crisp, cooler days arrive To forestall such a terrible development Farr, of Tampa is the be pro- best educators of the country factory here would prove a paying I
entirely to the story of how man's history Dr. Ewell urges early moter and will probably con may be trusted. they have all investment to the owners I
is being! recorded and preserved for those who Each distribution by the U S. and nected with the bank In some proven themselves successful In and at the same time, give to tht I
year we should enjoy it In
; fact we capacity.A .
follow us CO centuries from now. Europe of huge amounts of fertilizer their profession. We believe a farmers a grade of fertilizer bet-1
should enjoy the seasons and the weather as muchas bank at Branford will prove good is In store for us, and ter suited to the needs of JI
In an open-air pavilion designated by the to get an Immediate start on year our to
noted architect Eliot Noyes, Westinghouse illustrates possible. They are God's gifts, they are free to boosting food output In those a great convenience to the businessmen hope that every boy and girl will than any now upon the market I
and dramatic fashion what was all, and they are capable of Inspiration, high countries where population increases and farmers of that section be ready to enter the first day. and at a price considerably test!
in concise ought to
thoughts and dreams already are outrunning of the county and We want all the children. Let than they are now paying, I
in the first Time Capsule which the company be a paying! investment. Branford
-Lake Wales News their agricultural resources. none stay out even for a few
burled at the 1030 New York World's Fair at this . But even If food production Is U a good solid town and controls days. The hearty co-operation ol ;Cotton buyers were busy 8atur.

same spot. Then Is seen the amazing events which boated Dr. Ewell fears, famine the trade of a splendid farming parents In securing regularity of day sampling and buying cotton I

have transpired In the past 25 :years and which Iterating Safety will engulf millions upon millions section of this and Lafayette attendance, promptness of obedience This season's cotton Is a very]

will provide the centents for Time Capsule JI.n' The beat generation of the Is of people unless something Is County, and If the merchantsand and orderliness of school life fine quality and our buyers are I
no wonder the original Time Capsule needs per done to control population I citizens generally will pull lends zest and enthusiasm to the paying the top of the market.I
sonified In many Western countries by young, i together In all things as they Live Oak Is the market for Set I
of the things that teacher and creates school
updating. These are some 'growth First to suffer, he believes a spirit
hungry, dirty and usually penniless artists. At have In securing a bank that Island cotton for a large territory
werent's known or hadn't :yet happened: atomic will be India Pakistan, and will accomplish all things.
least, the clothes are supposed to convince us these town will continue to grow and and prices here, as a general
and Have the children the
China. present
Jet aircraft, space exploration, commercial
energy, characters are artists. prosper. thing, rule high and on several
television, the many wonder drugs, discoveryof Following will be Indonesia first day; give us your persistent
Sneakers, a beard, a strange hat and pants, occasions buyers have run cotton
II the United Iran Turkey Egypt!: and some support and the work of the year
the Dead Sea Scrolls, World War and anything else which adds to the effect are others and then. by the 1980s, the There was a storm In this section is sure to be a success.L. up and bought it at a price high*

Nations, to name a few. used. And the characters are usually very dirty. other countries of Asia Africa, of the state Saturday which B. Edwards PrincipalA er than the market price.

Westinghouse has asked a committee of 14. This Is the charm of It all. and Latin America will be hit. did considerable damage to cot- The Live Oak City CoirlfRH.. -

distinguished Americans to select the exact contents The artist craze has swept over Western Europe On the heels of that gloomy ton and all growing crops. report of the condition of the In regular session September If
of the new Time Capsule and their work is forecast I noted First National Bank In Live Oak
to a greater degree than the United States. a news report and those present were J E
being supplemented by advisory subcommitteesIn but It Is now In vogue In certain U. 8. cities and that the U. S. Is rushing four mil- The largest corn crop ever at the close of business 8eptem< Wood president of the council

Europe, Far East-Oceania. Latin America, and university centers also. And yet the sun still shines lion tons of wheat to India between raised In Buwannee County Is ber I, 1810, showed a total resources -' and Aldermen B. J. White, J M

Africa-Middle East. the moon rises and life goes on. now and next February. now ready for the harvest and column Of $365.81977. 8. B. Barclay, R. E. McNeil C W
Here Is one World's Fair exhibit of lasting And the fad will This ls in addition to 600.000 tons more hay will be saved In the Conner was the cashier and Cary Rogers, and S. A. lithely,
eventually pass on, as It ls shipped In August. county than ever before. The cot- A. Hardee, S J. White, and
value in the literal sense of the A total of $943 in bills were approved -
replaced by something else, perhaps adopted by ton crop Is only about 60 per cent Thomas Dowllng were directors.
Oh if visit the Fair you can make and ordered paid.
yea the sons and daughters of present-day Beatniks It was 166 years ago that a of a full crop, but the price of 34
sure your name goes down B.OOO years In history. who will think the present stuff old. old hat. And British economist startled England to J5""V4< per pound will more Live Oak ranks well In the lead In Hampton Springs last week

A Record Book at the Time Capsule exhibit will we will then realize that the younger generation, with an essay expressing than make up for the short crop. as one of Florida's best Sea Island Mrs Sallle Brannen killed a large
and all signatures in It will be included
be microfilmed
In 1964. was not going to the dogs. some revolutionary theories on cotton markets. rattlesnake which measured seven >
in the Capsule Signature number one Is In fact, every generation probably Improvesa population and Its relation to The Democrat. claims the oldest feet and one Inch In length

that of President Lyndon D. Johnson. bit over the one which came before It. The change food production. It caused a mechanical force of any paper In Farm lands and farm propertyIn and had twenty-six rattles and a

Washington County News-Chlplcy ls so ImprecepUble and vague one must have faith, great furor. the state, employing four men In this county are advancing In button. When found the huge
. and study several hundred of to Thomas Robert Malthus (1766- the composing room their combined price every year, New settlers are reptile was near' John Thomas'
years history
know 1834) maintained that the realisation ages being! 248 years, as coming in. the number of real cedar camp. The most remark
that we do, and are, making progress. of a happy society will always Follows: J. T. Dixon editorial estate sales increase weekly In able thing however, about the

Kennttly'i Grave . -Cocoa Tribune be hindered by the miseries writer, proof-reader and compositor the city and county and pros killing of this doubtless the largest .
consequent on the tendency of age 651: Oeorge Butler local pects for the growth and develop- snake ever seen in this part
Nothing else would have been more distressingto There is some dispute over which way the political population to Increase faster than editor and compositor 64; L. ment of this section of Floridaare of the country, Is that Mrs. Brannen .

the late President Kennedy than the knowledgethat winds blow. But they'll blow where the voter the means of subsistence. F. Ingersoll. mailing galley man very bright killed It with a glass bottleno

tourists at his graveside would disturb the llsteth. Malthus asserted as a fact that and compositor 61: and "the kid" other more formidable weaporj:

tranqulllty of Arlington Cemetery and offend bereaved population always Increases up to of the chapel 1s John R. Ray ad- One of Live Oak's businessmen being convenient

person visiting other graves. I No.. 1 Continued on Tare 'II man and make-up, 58. It is need In talking to a Democrat repre- Continued on Face 71ElI )

Yet. as observers have noted the final retting The Suwanncc DemocratOF

place of the .,atton'. veterans has become crowd

ed with thoughtless visitors. LIVE OAK, FLORIDAInth Tllttfl \ /, ,," ,", ,"'illl"" Rod," : A f at vour Old a Ih'uh-i s when' tin- action IS'f'
There are those with respects to pay to lost fwl of the Suvnnnt River...F fJ y"

sons, brother., and fathers, and their graveside DANNER Congo t I dated !: \ "

visits are at least as Important to them a* are established, 1884 August 1, lee? Established!: 1880
those of tourists viewing the tomb of the !isle Published Every Thursday At Pine .II Conner street Introducing the Rocket Action Cars!
Prudent fouled; aV dewoith::. EaitoFYPublfiFer

President Kennedy belongs to the nation Clara Wadsworth Associate Editor
and to the world and the public will continueto Walter Lee Olive Advertising; Manager O LD E5 BVfl a E3 D L.E FOR D

come by the thousands.But George (Pete) Wright..Shop Foreman
surely cemetery authorities can devise Fred Iickman ,..............,.?.,......... Reporter ... .."" """'"'"i. ... 1l'". ] ...... h",! .

some better system of separate Visiting hours with _Brcond Ciims Postage laid tt Llve Oak, Florida_ 'P .. '-4MJ
signs to remind the public that courtesy is due to 8UIISCU1PT1ON 8uwanne. County 14.00 .A<< 1Ft, .

other mourners nearby 5ATE2. Outside Suwannre County ISOO ,

This should not be necessary but unfortunately ALL BUnacniPTIONa'Payable'ln Advance ) or

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Godbold.lta'molltlEllgag I Here And There and Mr and Mrs. Ellis Moseley of Harold Boatrlght North Florida -
(9gA elted f Jacksonville were accompanied by Junior College student. Madison
?: > ment Mrs. T. P Landen and Mrs. spent the week end here with
Mr. and Mrs. Newt Ward and ents. Mayor and Mrs. J. Marvin Homer Ooff on a trip to Louisiana ! his mother. Mrs. Oneal Boatrlght.
Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Oodbold of daughter Patty Ann of Jacksonville Phillips and Mr. and Mrs Louie Little Rock Ark.. Lookout
Route 4. Lake City, announcesthe Pat Patterson of Atlanta Oa,
spent the week end herewith C Wadsworth. Mountain. Tenn.. and other places .
engagement and approachIng spent the week<< end here with his
Mrs. Ward's brother and of Interest. The party returned -
George Dempsey returned to
marriage of their daughter brothcr-ln-law and sister,
sister-in-law. Mr and Mrs Frank home Thursday
Wanda Nell, to Jerry Raymond Florida State University Sunday and Mrs. Wm R. Slaughter Bill
I Ward son of Mr. and Mrs. J. V Futch Sr. after spending the week end with Brtnson Swan who Is attending Slaughter a senior at Florid

CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor Ward of Route 2. Lake City. Miss Dorothy McNeil.Lee Florida Cannon State and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde! a Baptist. school In Oracevllle, State University spent the week
Miss Oodbold is a graduate of Reggie Dempsey spent the week end with hl.amotht'r. end here with hit parents. Mr.
Suwannee High School. She Is University students, spent the Mr. and Mrs Luther Lammons Mrs. 8. D Swan. and Mrs. Wm. R. Slaughter '
week end with Mr and Mrs.
Garden Executive' Board Met At Center employed by Aero Corporation of Dave McN Ul, !

Tuesday September 15. the freshmenta, then adjourn to the Lake City Mr. and Mrs. Claude Csrtlrr
Mr. Ward Is graduate of Columbia -
Executive Board of the Live Oak Garden Center to meet with other a of Cocoa. Mr. and !Mrs. Charles \
High School. He Is em- HOMES OF .
Garden Club Inc., met at. the circle for the program meeting. Warren and son. Chuck of Live
by the State Road Department
Garden Center at 9:30: am, with Plans were made for the district ployed Oak and A/lc and Mrs Robert .
Mrs. Lawrence Lee presiding meeting to be held here on of Lake City.weddlna CarUer of Ray City. Ga. spent DISTINCTIONIndividually ,
e Mrs. Lee read a l letter from October eighth. Coffee will be The will be an eventof Labor Day week end In Fort '
October at. 7:30 at the 1 V
'': Mrs Frank W. Hewlett State served at the Westwood Baptist. : p.m. Myers visiting! Mrs. Betty Ker-
1 Garden Club president, expressIng Church at 9:30: with the meeting Mt. Beulah Baptist ChurchA reception foot and family. They also visitedon '" Styled
will be In the homeof
r her sympathy for the recentdisaster following at. 10:00.: Following the Sanlbel Island and Beach.
h this community suffer meeting all will adjourn to the the bride's parents. A/lc and Mrs. Robert Csrtler (NO TWO HOMES ALIKE)

'I( ed. Mrs. ODonald Hatch pro Garden Center for the luncheon. No Invitations but all friends are being and relative sentlocally of Ray City, Ga.. Is spending 'tirlti In the City's moat exciting and I
gram chairman gave a resume of The Redbud Circle will\ be the few days with Airman Cartler'sparents.
c are cordially! Invited to attend Mr. and Mrs. Claude promising section with a 2-.cra
programs planned for the coming luncheon hostess.
' both the wedding and re tract donated for public park.
Camellia Cartier. of Cocoa.
year. The program theme for the Mrs. M. H. Klngson. l
year Is "We Will Orow Through Circle chairman announced that. ception. . Chuck Warren returned home FIIA 3% DOWN PAYMENT VA NO DOWN PAYMENT
t The Year, the Camellia Circle had purchased Monday after visiting two weeks

Each month the circles will 25 additional chairs for the Miss l'rot, man with his grandparents Mr and POUR rilESKNT: KENT WILL BUY A HOMK: OK YOUR OWN! .,
meet. In homes of members for Center and donated 1100 00 above Mrs. Claude Canter In Cocoa.
t the business meeting and re- their quota to the building fund Feted With Coffer Miss LeNelle Phillips and Miss MAYNOR MANOR
the Charlotte Wadaworth, FSU students -
Mrs. Loya Culpepper gave
I Center a punch bowl set. Miss Marlanna Protsman. Tallahassee, spent the BERNICE BAKER, Owner MAYO ROAD Phone 362-2634
Club Held bride-elect, was guest of honor at
Mrs. C. O. Palmer reported on week end here with their par
Informal coffee Saturday _
. First Meeting the summer work done at the an -' '
Thursday Phil Townsend morning given by Mrs. Niels
1 The Live Oak Junior Woman a Center and Mrs. Brorsen and Mrs. Wm. Randall

Y t Club September met seventeenth Thursday evening In the to Sr.,circle gave chairmen out the ,club who.Menders will give Slaughter latter on Westmoreland at the home Street of the OPEN TIL 9 P.M. THURSDAY, FRIDAY, and SATURDAYSEARS t

t club house on Duval Street for them to circle members.The Chrysanthemums pyracantha
board voted to give all the
a their first meeting of the new and Bells of Ireland formed arrangements
J year Mrs. W. J Winburn gave rummage to the Associated Charities throughout the livIng
'I) and asked that each member

,d] the Following devotional.the covered dish supper donate clothing to the charity Mrs.and Charles dining F.area.Green Sr.. and In Stock!

::1 Mrs. Al Wilson presided<< over group. Miss Tina Fletcher assisted the
There were ten members present
the business meetings Reportsere at. Tuesday's board meeting. hostesses In serving.
heard from standing com- . Attending with Miss Protsman
..' iBi'tV*" and special appointee were Mrs. Norman Protsman.

Members decided to sponsor a Kurt MeCritnon Mrs Sadie Hester Mrs. Maybel- KOFHITK AND CO RUSH YOUR ORDER-NO) EXTRA
Brownie troop and a welcome I line L. Bowden Mrs. Hugh Lan-
wagon this year It was also decided Honoree den 8r. and approximately
to sell note cards with
twenty-five friends.
printed Florida scenes The bud Friday afternoon. September I . CHARGES FOR PROMPT DELIVERY{ :

get for the new :year was read 18. at. three o'clock. Mrs. Danny Y
and approved. B. McCrlmon entertained with a Mr. Brown Huh: .
Quests were Mrs. Thomas birthday party for her son. Burl
Scott, Mrs. Jerry Scott. Mrs. John on his fifth birthday, at their I Hostess! Tuesday LL.J '
Wiggins Mrs. Billy Brown. Mrs. home on Seminole Street The Good*'111 Club met lest 2 / H.P. Gas I Pump .
Tommy Dorsett. Mrs. Wayne A Fllntstone motif was carriedout Tuesday afternoon In the homeof
Long and Mrs. Ellsworth Carroll.A In the table cloth napkins Mrs. Jesse Brown on White
Hawaiian theme was carried plates, and cups. The birthday Street with five members present 1 Tump* rap( to :5000Gal 10995 M U 11
out for the meeting. Mrs. Edward cake was topped with the Flintstone .. Water IVr llr.
Mulllns. Mrs. Rich Capell.Mri. family and five candles. In I' Mrs W W Hunter receivedthe
Philip Odom. and Mrs. Roy i front of the candles was the Inscription prize for the game played
Blemp served a. hostesses for the "Happy Birthday Burt" After refreshments were served .a'4
meeting. I I Mrs. C R. McCrlmon assistedher I Mrs. A, L. Jacob dismissed the
daughter-in-law in servingthe group with a prayer
Ice cream cake and punch to . 1.. -'
I FOR YOUR the guests. Each guest was given ( \ ,
TREE TRIMMING A. a favor. Krnnnun .nmilynt'union
Invited were Andy Day Bill
Howland Jr Skippy O'Neal.
TRENCHING OR of Tom /p, ... 0r
Brant Helvenston. Angela Futch The families Oncar. ,
DITCHING Margaret Fann. Tammy Chamb- Horace Frank Lon John. George 4'
lus. Tammy Oliver, Walter Oliver and Russ Brannan will have a Available
IlL] Cathy Schneider Carole family reunion Sunday. September h/ e
FloodConstruction t' Townsend Jan Townwnd. Wanna twehty-seventh.; ft the fluwannee r / ,
McCrlmon. David McCrlmon. River State Park at Ellavllle Scars '
l o at
Co. Lynne Mobley Teresa BaM Bill Lunch will be served at 1:00: o : :
Moore John Boegus. and the p m. and all friends and t
362.2101 honoree's brother. Michael Mc- are urged to attend and
latl'f"I' 'In Jacksonville!
Crtmon. picnic lunch. N' ,
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food waste into an electric; waste disposer and put the dishes in 18995 .

an etectric di&hwaiher.Than all Let Rudy Kilowatt wash,riroc,dry and

sanitize everylhirg -.t il. you devote your precious time to your famit/ .\11-- Mbar f.e Ise.., ,.,... rotaga.t11M .

And with the new low electric rates, at fattta or no extra cotL &i .e4ghp.etsl.l.. ..M N .11y r.rrL.1. Rr.. /r.,_r. Itgker.1g111. '.IA. wrl. .hap.aiuh.1.I. .

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lt.r The large hole that fell In near the southeast corner of the Suwannee High School building I Is

shown the above picture. The earth giving away caused a large crack to appear In the structure and .... t

cause of this no damn are being held there. All high schol classes have been temporarily relocated. t ,.

I Five ctasse are bring held In the educational building of the first Baptist Church and the remainderof ,y 1I

the classes have been distributed throughout buildings on the school ..mpul. On the left the street I

and sidewalk In front of the cafeteria I I. pictured and In the scene on the right the actual bole can be t

keen. The area Is now fenced and blocked off from all by-passers. (Photo by Suwannee DemocratlPastor's )


Sutcannec River t

Lower At Ellaville 1

The swollen Suwannee River )
4Ie' 14f/ t
CornerBy began to go down Wednesdayat (
Ellaville and contradict previous ,
a expectations that It would
z not reach Its crest there until t
REV. JIM WALKUP today (Thursday) (

The Florida Power Corporation I
Factor First Presbyterian Church office at Ellaville record
ed a two-tenth of a foot dropIn
river water from goo: ......
"There are *o many different mighty Maker of heaven and Tuesday morning thru g/o 1
denominations It confuse me. earth; and In Jesus Christ III am. Wednesday, the first such (
How do I know which one U only Bon our Lord; Who was con drop since the water began rising )
right 7"Theile celved by the Holy Ohoct born of some weeks ago
are common and legitimate the Virgin Mary suffered under Previous U. B, Weather Bureau
question I'm aura that the Pontius Pilate wa crucified, forecast wa that the river
multiplicity of denomination U dead and burled; He descended would crust at White Spring ].
confusing to many people especially Into hell; the third day He rose Wednesday with 36 feet of
those outside the church. again from the dead; He ascended water at Ellaville today with
make a few observation Into heaven, and altteth on 17 fet of water and thai It
Let me
the right hand of Ood the Father would reach the flood stage at
In Compared this regard.with the vat area of Almighty; from thence lie all place WANT ADS
basic Christian beliefs we hold In hall come to judge the quick and The river though dropping USE THE

common the area of disagreement the dead, I believe In the Holy gradually. at EUavllle, I* still a
are few and relatively min Ghost: the holy Catholic church: threat to those who live alongIts t tI
or. The difference between de. I the communion of saints; the banks but It la not regarded tJ
nomination are not nearly M forgiveness of sin; the resurrec a* a major threat to the J
j great a* we sometime make lion of the body; and the life everlastlng. county any longer I
a a 1
them out to be. If* Just that our Amen.
to be more noticeable There are basic beliefs to which
difference seem
than our llkene' *. My one must hold to be a Christian, To lost Meeting '

wife make good toast for breakfast but from there on, there U pirn O'Bricn MIA ChapterNew ;SUWKNNIDEMOCRAT : .
Set morning out of the year ty of room for difference within {
but on the 3 5th she burn It the Christian Church, The Chris Homemaker of AmericaIn
What do I do? I magnify that. than Church Is much bigger than District III met at the O'Brien .
one morning all out of proportionto any one of u* or any one denom School Saturday to Initiate plan
the other! The various denomination (Inatlon. Why, I don't know any for their annual district meeting
are In accord on two Presbyterian who believe every that 1* scheduled for October
24, and for which the O'Brien
ninety-five per cent of their Jot and tittle exactly alike
The New Testament Christian chapter will serve a* host. I
doctrine, but w ,magnify. the five 1,4'
per cent all out of proportion to didn't Some believed that you Advisor and NIIA'er representlng _
Why Simply becausewe had to be circumcised and other nine North Florida counties 1. '
the rest
didn't. Borne believed that you were on hand for the meeting .
succumb to the aln of pride.
could eat meat which had been .
the Walkup are better
You ,
than see the Jonesn BuwanneeCountlan offered to Idols and other didn't. Miss Marion Stephen, who 1* r
are better than Columbia Out they were all Christians who the state prllll t'nt.elfoet and the Subscription Rates ra
Countlans. Floridians are held In common the vast area of president of District III. presided
better than Georgians Americansare basic Christian belief. over the meeting under the direction
of Elencla: Jenkins, district
better than European: Presbyterian When a person unite with one
of our denomination we don advisor
are better than all the
other And so we proud creature ask him If he believe In p redesUnatlon Mill Betty Ann Stephen Is
or free will; whether he president of the O'Brien chapter f,
rationalise I
When the average person talk believe he can fall from grace or and Mr. Iloaslnnl 8. Oranvllle I II IN THE COUNTY OUTSIDE THE COUNTYI
the chapter advisor,
about differences between denomination not: whether he believe In a representative
what U he talking or democratic form of S.
about He's talking about the church government. We ask him
formality or Informality of the simply "Do you accept Jests Plan Open louse For

worship service; whether the Christ a* your personal Lord and Grandmother Gamble

minister wear a robe or not BavlourT" Grandmother Gamble.
ole' Are you still confused Then who $$4.00
whether they sing the "good will I bo M years of age nextWednesday. $5.00
try emphasising our likenesses
gospel songs" or the more statelyhymns September 3*. will
place our difference In thf'lrprop.r
; whether they ay
,4 kw honored at an open ._..
"lrespase"j; whether the perspective Don't let on.naornln .
at Ute horn ., Mr and Mrm.
sacrament U referred to a* the"Lord's burnt toast give you .
Curtis 0....... en thai date.Neighbors .
Bupper" or "Holy Com Indigestion the rest of the year I IToiluy
friends, and "U-
munion": whether It. I II served into a a
live* are invited U call *n Mr*.
pet or at the altar, and Uc..IJtnalt"C1) Gamble beginning si 4:M pat.Ginger .
whether 1II railed a "..rr. U .
ment" or an "ordinance"; etc, U. S. Manhunt Day.

These thing are. very minor, Dy proclamation' today (Thursday rianttComl
external difference which become I, September 34. has been t
a part of us simply becausewe designated by President Lyndon Addition To Ganlrtt = COMMER !

were born Into a certain dfo. H, Johnson a* United States If you're scouting for a spicy _
nomination nut look at the vast Marshal Day addition to your flower garden
area of basic Christian belief we Th office of U, 8 Marshal go no further until jrou>* considered
hold In common, Rven theme was created by the Judiciary Act ginger.According .
Christians who don't subscribe to of September 24. Ult. Today to Dr. T J, Bheehan.horUcutturUt .
crrrcls can join with those who marks the 7Jtr anniversary of with" the Florida
do In thing Iffirmstlon to th the aiency founding, Agricultural Experiment Stations,
baste doctrine of Christianity asset Huwannc" County U IncludedIn member of th* ginger family\ are
forth In lie Apostles Creed: the Middle District of Florida Ideally milted for ornamental rul-
"1 believe In God the Father Al. with 33 other counties lure throughout most of Florida r
Olnger'a not a snap to grow,
hough Bneehan says ginger will
. Strict ('ns.ea In thrive well on many soil type*-

a* long a* th soil U moUU fto.
lie* near stream banks lakea.
and boggy area are choice planing .

If locations you live In a high and dry

area the horticulturist sy that
frequent" watering U necessary to
stain th* plant
Horn of lh gingers which FV>-
rdilan rem to favor are the puwf"(1CW
lily, th* butterfly lily, th*
liii shell Illy\ the grrrn lily\ and \twno..r.d. PRINTING
.' plant .."**."',.
these are just a tie of th* vrrsatll -
t" .
For mor information on gingers
and other oroamentaU ray
check with your county agricultural

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County Roads I __ Keep Pumps Going I Proper Sprays Kill RoachesThe Salutes To "Pops".b : ::1
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Remain,, Closed; sight of dark brown I there are chemicals available that ;
: cockroach scurrying across your can control It If applied properly.
kitchen floor at night is not only Brogdon suggests a 2 per cent
Crews WorkingOne embarrassing but a hazard to Malathlon, 2 per cent ronnel
health aa well, After endless <( state. highway and several swatting, many frustrated homeowners solutions to eradicate this resistant
county highways are still j wonder just what will halta speciesThese ,
closed to traffic here In the coun- ma&she roach invasion I chemical sprays are not .b
ty this week, nearly two weeks James Brogdon. entomologistwith Ineffecthe unless applied correctly RY p NE t41 e
after the flood hit this area, I the Florida Agricultural Ex- Spray In areas where roaches
The State Road Department I tension Service has the. aimer run and hide, such as under sinks I
has US 129 north closed to thru Roaches may be quick enough or behind stores, refrigerators, a
traffic because of two large ponds to evade the bottom of a w'ell- and baseboards
that cover the highway approxi- aimed shoe," he says, but they For more detailed Informationon
mately four miles north of the are not Immune to the proper in- this subject, ask your county
Line Oak city limits. The pondsare f I 1 aecticlde," agricultural agent for circular
both over 100 yards wide and Brogdon points out that the 138-A "Ooo are located within a half mile of !I correct amount of insecticide can a.
each other. control the four species of roaches Hurt and Mike MrCrlmon exchange salutes with Brig. Gen.
Trucks can travel through the I i Australian American Ocr "t"f'flfl""rlf"" Open Louie (" WatUworth. their maternal grandfather. Burl on the right
ponds at the present time but I 9QwP { man. and brown-bandrd commonly call himself a "general" \rter viewing :Mike's salute he urged a
the water recede to the found In Florida Iflil'or_ ClothingThe .. '
A reduction In rank Gen Uadiworth gave his grandsons at tear of I
,int where passenger cars can II I To kill these unwantedeta., .\_I.IMI Charltlesheadquarters .
IJvt Oak In an Army jeep Thursday morning Photo by Su rannee
travel through It safely, the road Brogdon recommendes using a nut to the ElksClub :
will continue to be closed Local I general spray containing :3 to 3 la open and has been open -
residents of that area are coming .i, per cent chlordane or onehalfper to receive clothes and dona i
tions. IM.intinir Season lleum* .MidNoemberSu
to and from town In trucks cent Dleldrln.Effective .
I As soon as cars can pass I control of the two The office U open from eight \ annee County farmers who placing seedling orders
through the ponds safely, the larger species American and o'clock until five In the afternoon are Interested In lt.nUIpht'll Planting aeasoii for pine seedlings
State Road Department will putragmen I Australian requires a spray and will\ remain open should contact the Florida Forest begins In mid-November.
' on the highway and op- containing 3 per cent Malathlon dally aa long aa necessary. 'nlN' or O H Fragle. the county and the! Forest Service Is receiving
en It to one way traffic. j or one-half per cent Llndane. or \\'omen from the various churches runner, for Information about advance orders for seedling
US 90 east of the city limits Dlasinon The entomologist says are on duty now. Interested farmers are reminded -
Is open to one way traffic and I Malathlon or Dlasinon will also a Cllt'ri.h' 11agarinesOwners that early orders get priority
. has been for the past several ...... ar DAN STAIN CM kill the. brown-banded roaches, Mix prepared horseradish thru attention. .
of Na.
t dajs The State Road Departmentthere but neither chemical remains potent canned apple sauce to taste. plus complete
Members .f Headquarters company liT Armor from Fake City tional Geographic maiiaslnea cherish
has sandbagged the highway as long as chlordane Dirl- scalllona fine and -
or chopped chopped
both aides and pumped pose around an Irrigation system on Sooth Fine Avenue where drln them, An El 1 Paw' Texas, col I According the Southern Pine
Pour Into Ice cubetray
on plmlentos
Association two of the moat Imtxirtant -
lector has bound hU set In such
the water off the road. One pump water Is being pumped out of the pond that cover several nomea. Although the smaller German'' and freese. To serve, cut rare materials as mink, original qualities to look for In
jjf continues to operate pumping out There are eleven such sites In this city at the present time The roach or waterbug has b<<-om././J down In squares and nerve with Htlntlnc, and Panrho' Villas saddle I lumber are nail holding strength
all water that seeps In through Guardsmen are In charge of keeping the pumps full of fuel and resistant to certain I meat blanket and high resistance. to wear
will not --- ---- .. .
the sandbags. Sandbags operating. (Photo by Dan Stalnerl' - -- --- -
bf' removed from there for sometime
The large pond will have to
be pumped off before the road Insect Extermination I""* Session Subjectsession TREMENDOUS

can be restored to normal traffic Fort Lauderdale Insects here September 23-25,,
passage.US including ants will yell "uncle" Scientists who plan to give the g
80 east and US 129 northare
when top bug men of the state pests a swat of their lives are ?
the only critical areas on _
hold' an extermination strategy members of the Florida Entomo-

state Routine highways washouts In and the small county holes logical Society! ,president according O to theorllnlzatlon's W FLOOD SALE

are being patched as they ap- pearMany county roads have been Dekle. of Gainesville
The program will feature
covered by water and are still
Tohacco Board Of speakers representing the major
Impassable County Engineer
Trade Incorporate Mathew Crooa says that the only slon areas-of research the entomology education profea gov ";.,>, O..A- ?/?.,? '.('(141,.," ENDS SATURDAY NIGHT, SEPT. 25th
ponds that are left standing
Announcement was made In eminent and Industry
covering county roads now are
Tallahassee last week by Secretary IXkle! says that reports will be
big that from three to
ones are
of State Tom Adams of the from A to Z
and such
on topics
chartering Live Oak of a new corporationfor ten feet deep.Approximately. 30 per cent of of as the the. chemical control of alneb ants In to between the use ALL FLOOD MERCHANDISE MUST GO BY SATURDAY NIGHT

I The new firm Is the Tobacco the roads are passable now I they will dUcuns controls of suet
Board of Trade of Live Oak Inc, County road crews are working Insects as leafhoppers, mosquitoes PRICES REDUCED 'TILL SELLING PRICE FOUND
with Cecil Moore and Frank L. overtime with contracted labor spiders termites, and wireworms -
I Flitch, both of Live Oak. listed as and rented equipment In an effort ,
subscribers. Purpose of the corporation to clear the highways of Su- Special attention will be given
Is to regular production wannee County. to mosquito control and encephamis .
selling, buying, rehandlinc or Cross reported that there. are LADIES-JUNIORS-TEENS Lndiea anti Children
otherwise dealing In bright leaf numerous washouts. to be patchedand The aoclrt,'. meeting Is open SHOESRegular MENS & STUDENTTSCASUAL
flue cured tobacco. that the county will probablybe to the public Anoyne Interested
The announcement lists Alfred working two or three more in the study of Insects may register SPORTS WEAR
T. Alrth as the attorney weeks. before. roads are put In and attend the three-day ..... $2.99 to $5.99 SLACKS
filing the application for Incorporation suitable shape for normal traffic lion scheduled for the leach (DRY)
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I Wins Cash_ Award Robert L Wells I Beachvillc Region Library Now

IIOME Open For Business .

Funeral Rites At Mrs. Watts of Alabama U visiting Advent Christian Church Sunday. The Suwannee River Regional
DEMONSTRATION her son-in-law and daughter, The Beachvllle W H. and F. M. Library opened for business again
O'Brien ThursdayFuneral Mr. and Mrs. L, C. Terry The met Friday. afternoon at the Wednesday of last'week and the
Terry also had over the week church with all members present. book mobiles resumed their
NOTESWith services were conducted end their daughter Miss Brenda We had a good meeting. schedules this week with a new
r for Robert! L. Well last Thursday Terry, student nurse at the St. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Tidwell staff member. Mrs. Mary Nash
MISS BERNICE 8IIULEB I at 3:00: pm. In the O'Brien Vincent's Hospital in Jackson: were guests of A/Ie Delbert Tid- Due to a timely warning library -
Home Demonstration Agent Methodist Church with the Rev well and Mrs. Tidwell in Jacksonville staff members saved many of
Peter Richardson officiating Interment ville.Mr.. and Mrs. Clyde Odom Sunday the library's books from flood
Last night the telephone rang tresses, rUIlLeat.her i followed In the O'BrlenCeml'tl'ry. damage. Very few books In the
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Rev. F. E. Day of Lake City
It was Mrs Lois Hart Brenda goods Odom in Lake City Sunday filled his appointment here Sun- library were lost but bookmobile
had brought home tin still-wet Wood Mr Wells passed away suddenly Mr. and Mrs Roy Cannon and day. Had two good services Rev. books were heavily damaged.
gym clothes from school she Paper and books September IS In Atlanta wherehe daughters Donna and Debbie, of Day was accompanied by Mrs. Clean-up operations started
needed them for Wednesday Call the office today if you had been living for the past Gainesville, were guests of his I Day and granddaughters. Linda Monday of last week with Vern
but they had Iron rust all over need either or both of these six years. He was a native of this mother, Mrs L J. Cannon last I and Sue Day, of Lake City, and Roberts Jeff Pierce, Ronnie and
them. Does this sound like a familiar pamphlets. 1 county and had attended schools week end. i daughter, Mrs. Versa Warren and Dennis Phillips and Wayne and
problems particularly There may be many other In O'Brien. At the time of his Mr. and Mrs Willie Odom were three daughters of Oalla, Tenn. Jimmy Ross assisting
flood? This doesn't needto homemaking problems resulting
since the death he waa 42 years old and guests of Mr. and Mrs Matt Can- Mr. and Mrs. Herschell Cason County Commlslsoner Bill
be a problem as there are aim- from our recent disaster Please was In the radio communications non In Branford Sunday. and children and Mr. and Mrs Bonds furnished a truck for the
pie methods for removing this call if we can give you any Infor- uMness In Atlanta. Jesse Kirby of Cedar Keys visited -' Carrol Cason. all of Jacksonville: library and all ruined magazines
Let tell about two: mation. Remember, we have information -
rust. me you Wells surlvlved by his widow, Mr and Mrs Willie Beach : were guests of Mr. and Mrs H. and supplies were removed Tues-
Cream-of-tartar method Zf and latest techniqueson Mrs Elizabeth Wells of Atlanta; last week. C. Cason last week end. day.No
eat for fabric boll stained article anything concerned with_ the one daughter Mrs. Harriett Ann Mr. and Mrs. Hots Spooner and S a fines will be charged during
In a solution containing 4 business of the home the Staff Sergeant Alva-O. Swat-- Scott of Atlanta: two sons. John daughter Ginger, of Jacksonville the remainder of this month.
teaspoons of cream of tartar to I greatest business. In u the world. ford son of Mrs. Ella M. Swaf- and Richard Wells both of At- and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kennedyand Th largest electronicallyoperated Books damaged by flood waters
each pint of water. Boll until ford of this. city, has been given lanta; three brothers, O. W. daughters Jan and Oall; moving message sign in the should be returned to the library
stain Is removed Rinse thoroughly and cash Wells of Perry Lamar Wells of were guests of Mr. and Mrs Lu- U B. has been installed on the so records can be cleared
special recognition
Public a new Oulf American Land Corp. U .
Hunting Jacksonville, and Harry Wells of ther Adklns Sunday.
Lemon-juice method Spread award at Lowry Air Force Base O'Brien; and one sister, Miss Virginia Mr. and Mrs. Otto Townsendand building In Miami. Installationcost Some people are very cautious
the stained portion over a pan of Dove Fields To Colo., for his submission of a Wells of O'Brien. daughter, Marlnelle of Lake was 1100.000. I'about I paying bills
boiling water and squeeze lemon military Improvement suf gettlon. Active pallbearers were Palmer City visited Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
J juice: on) it. Sergeant Swafford a bomb- Daughtery. L. C. Davis. O rover Tidwell Saturday The Congregation of
Or sprinkle salt on the stain Be Provided navigational systems Instructorat Fort Walter Roberts Merrill Mr. and Mrs C. C. Hemphill The LIVE OAK CHRISTIAN CHURCHNorth
squeeze lemon juice on It, and the Lowry technical training Rlckerson and T. J, Fletcher Jr. and eon Wayne of Gainesville Ohio Avenue, V. S. Highway. 119
spread In the sun to dry. Rinse LAKE CITY -Two public dove center, developed a modification J. B. Daniels Funeral Home of were guests of Mr and Mrs. Willie (The Friendly Church)
thoroughly Repeat If necessary hunting fields will be providedfor for radar maintenance equip Live Oak was In charge of ar- Beach Saturday night and Invites you to come and worship with them. Bible Study at
I had never tried the cream- sportsmen In the northeast rangements. Sunday. 10:00: am.. Worship and Communion Service at 11:00: ajtn.,
of-tartar method but Lois did. region by the Game and FreshWater ment that ellmlnaUA a serious a Rev. Marvin Odom filled his Evening Worship Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting and Bible
"It works beautifully", Lois said safety hazard and Increased Study each Wednesday at 7:30: pm.
Fish Commission during Office( Supplies at McCrimon') appointment at the Deep Creek
when the called back later, even the 1964-65 hunting season according maintenance efficiency.The .
on socks she thought she'd never to Regional Manager sergeant, a graduate of
get white again. Why don't you Brantley Ooodnon. Suwannee High School entered
try It? One of the fields will be on the the Air Force In February of
These methods came from a Camp Blandlng Wildlife Management 1955. Ills wife, Margaret ls the
booklet we have in the office, Area in Clay County and daughter of Mrs. Beulah Phillips -
published by the U. S. Department the other will be the Norman of Lake City. YOU CAN WIN
of Agriculture. AIM included Sanchez Field In Suwannee County '
are methods for removing almost A 1200 dally dove field per- Charles McCrimon IH
stain can imagine'!
any you mit, in addition to regular huntIng -
from airplane glue to wax and license La required for all Jaycee Of Month
writing Ink all can be removedby hunters, except residents' 65 years Charles McCrlmon received
simple home_ ..methods .You of age or older. recognition for his outstanding for two to the in
can have one of these pamphletsfree The Camp Blandlng Field will ability and service to the Live a big trip inauguration
by calling the Home Demonstration be open for a limited number of Oak Jaycees during the month ol I
Office, or writing a hunters on October 7, 14, 21, and August at this week's meeting
card requesting one. Also one of 28. Hunters who wish to partici- when he was renamed Jaycee ol
our home demonstration clubs pate In these hunts must obtainan the Month. PLUS..a Ford
will have an educational boothat application from the office! of He was recently elected second I Washington new Mustang
the County Fair in October on the Game and Fresh Water Fish vice president and Is currently I
this. Be sure to nee Itt! Commission In Lake City The serving as sales' manager' for the
Another booklet that may be application, with a check to cover Halloween candy sale. .
helpful right now la on "How to cost of permit must be completed McCrlmon also served as chair- PLUS. wardrobe PLUS
Prevent and Remove Mildew and mailed back to the Lake man for the 19-Bafety-Four campaign a complete new
Home Methods". Not only does It City office prior to October /. co-chairman for the drive .
Rive preventive measures for mil The Banches Field will be open for a safe holiday campaign, '
dewa very common problem In each Wednesday and Saturday of and co-chairman for the tobacco
_ Florida but also how to remove the dove season. Permits wll Unsold festival rodeo lie participated In $5,000 in cash-all first in the
mildew fromClothing; at the field and there will the vehicle safety check, the prize
and Household
fabrics be no limit on the number" of apeakup! Jaycee program and
hunters who can participate In attended the district caucus: and
Upholstered article., mat each hunt.. state Jaycee summer conference'

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I Funeral ServicesAt I. Mimed To Board Last Rites Held Philadelphia Revival Critics of the Malthusian theory on U. 8. poultry shipped to countries Su iwannee River a 4c

.. .
"" noted he assumed the great of the European Common will also be let.
I Service ContinueThe increase! In the British populationof Market? Definite word
II [ O'Brien For Thursday For Philadelphia Baptist his time was due to A supposed No one seems to be much concerned jects will be In

Church will continue revival services sharp rise In births. Later research about It now. U. 8. poultry tracts to be aw

E. BarberFuneral Mrs. HinesFuneral each day this week and will however showed that the exports for the first 5 months was received her _
i1. close Sunday with all day services population growth then was the this year showed a 27 per cent asm for both are vital to the prP

service for M. E. Ed- services were held last and dinner on the grounds result solely of a fall In the death gain over the previous year. mary system of roads In the
were conducted Friday Thursday at 1:30 p.m. for Mrs. at noon. rate According to the Institute of I county
Barber at 3:00: o'clock in the Mary Elizabeth Hines at the Mt The Rev. L. O. Calhoun pastor I assume there will be criticsof American Poultry Industries, our -
I I afternoon Methodist Church with Pisgah Baptist Church with the of the Lona Vista Baptist ChurchIn Dr. Em-ell's prediction that poultry shipments to West Germany Trustees of the Suwannee County
O'Brien Peter Richardson officiating Rev Sun Howell officiating and Auburndale, will be the evangelist mankind Is facing a catastrophe climbed 82 per cent, or halfway Hospital have set October 21
the Rev.and the Rev. W. II. An- the Rev Ben Borders assisting. for the annual homecoming to be precipitated by widespread back to the 1062 peak In as the date to let a contract to

and the Rev. W T. New- Interment followed In the cemetery services.Services famine lie notes that In the spite of a 45 per cent duty compared add a maternity wing to the local
I derwn assisting. Interment followed at the church. are held each day at threatened areas present trends, with 159 per cent ad va. Institution. Plans and specifications -
some O'Brien Cemetery Mrs. Hines, who was 82 years 10:30: a.m. and 7.30: pm indicate a population growth of lorem prior to July 21, 1982. are available to Contractors -
I in the Barber, who passed away old was born In Hamilton County All former pastors and friends ONE BILLION In the next 20 In 1903 poultry exports to at the office of Architect
I Mr Tuesday evening In Utesuv..annte but had been living In Suwannee are welcome to attend. years Greece Jumped 400 per cent and Brooks Haas in Jacksonville
suddenly County Hospital after County for the past 53 years . I However science Is opening to Japan 1,100 per cent: over the The addition will be financed

I Illness, was born In Su- She was a member of the Mt. vast new frontiers whose possibilities previous year.Continued. with 40 per cent local funds end
a brief County 18 :years ago. He Pisgah Baptist Church and had Kappa Alpha Pledge I for exploitation for food e a 60 per cent grant of Federal

wannee been, a life long resident of been In poor health for a long The Interfraternlty Council at production may be almost un ( from PM II) money.
had \ active time. Florida State University, Tallahassee limited. The oceans are helloed 79,79Editors
county and was an
this Methodist Survivors Include one daughter announced this week that to contain tremendous quantities Suwannee'! County has the lament
of the ( NoteFiles of
: the 8u-
member He served on the county Mrs. Ruby Doff of Live Oak, Paul Drese. son of Mrs NoUDrese of material adaptable to conversion tax roll In history this year,
school Church.board for several terms. E. K, Hamilton, former manager two step-sons. Math and Forest of this city had beenpledged Into food.Furthermore. manure September Democrat and are October Incompletefor of I Tax Assessor William HubbArd

Survivors Include his widow, of the Snwannre County Hines of Lake City: one! brother to the Kappa Alpha fra population control 1939 We will resume the 1939 series Gray announced today. Gray
f O'Brien Chamber of Commerce Charlie! Hamilton of Plant City; ternity. may not be so difficult to said that the value of property In
Barber of ; ,
Carrie was in our October 22 edition of
Mrs. two sisters, Mrs. Sallie Thomasof achieve as Mslthus brlleted Suwannee County had risen over
daughters Mrs. Edna Dam- named recently a member of the he psper>
four Live Oak and Mrs. J. W McIntosh Government sponsored programs 2 million dollars since 1949 not
Calif.. Mrs.Shirley
of Los Angela Suwannee a a
schem County Development of Starke: and 14 grandchildren No.1 are underway In India and Japan due to increased valuation, but
Ring of Shakopee. Minn"and Mrs. Authority, replacing the late and 33 great-grandchll- the limits of the means of subsistence and in the latter have accomplished 19,11; due to new construction that has
Mrs. Joyce Plnson Fred J. Green, who had servedas dren. and is prevented from a halt in the expanding State! Senator J. Graham Black been done since that time.
Isla Webb, both ft Jacksonville; chairman of the agency since' I Pallbearers were J. W. Vann going further by the positive trend noted prior to World told the Democrat this week that Non-exempt taxable propertYIn
Barber of O'Brien:
R. R.
one lIOn Its formation. Loren Carter, Morris Walker, checks of war, famine and peatlence War 2. definite word has been given by the county this year 1s valuedat
Barber of High
T R.
one brother Mack Hsrrell. J. W. Redstone, and the influence of misery At the rate scientific research he State Road Department In 541.547..
two sisters. Mrs. W. H.
Springs: and Curtis Humphries. and vice. has been pouring new developments Tallahassee that a contract tn
S_'llley of Curl High of Springs O'Brien and: Mrs.and Catkin Taken Part Honorary pallbearers were lie later suggested "moral restraint Into our world of today straighten Highway 90 thru Uve The Southern Railway System
Jeanne members of the Rainbow Sunday as a preventive check things may not be too black for Oak will tx let by the board at took over operation and ownership -
and four fn Marine Maneuvers
tight grandchildren School Class at Mt. Pisgah but expressed doubt that the the world of tomorrow their first October meeting which of the Live Oak, Perry and
great-grandchildren. Marine Lance Corporal Larry The James B. Daniels Funeral human race would be willing to will be near October 15. Gulf Railroad Wednesday of this
Active pallbearers were W. O. R. Oasklns. son of Mrs. Orma L. Home of Live Oak was In charge regulate Its numbers by the exercise Remember the "t'hlt'lttnar" At the same letting date, a contract week to bring the third major
Fort. T. J. Fletcher Jr Rodney Oasklns of 400 Bryson Street, of the arrangements. of prudence and restraint. that flared over Increased levies to build a bridge over the railroad company Into this city
Melvin C. Lee Garner
BooM and a member of the First Battalion. -
and Clyde II. Smlty.
Avery I
Sixth Marine Regiment,
pallbearers were John
Honorary Second Marine Division based .t
L Hall. J. E. Brantly O. C. Lee, '
Camp Lejeune, N. C. recently
C H Strawder, T. J. Fletcher Sr
participated In a guerrilla warfare -
and C. H. WhItfield.
exercise September 1 thru
Wilson Funeral Home of Lake
September 10, at Camp Pick-
City was In charge of arrange
ett. Virginia.

ments. . The exercise called "Operation
Grassroots", was conducted with
Will Attend Meeting units of the U. 8. Army and the

Dr. R. L. Brinkman, local veternarlan. Second Marine Aircraft Wing, Buick
will attend the 35th with civilians living in the vicinity '
annual meeting of the Florida of Camp Plckett acting the .' 65

Slat Veterinary Medical Association roles of guerrilla force sympathls Buick
In Tampa October .-8. era

A Thought For Today



1 Thomas Jefferson
It isnt true, of course, that we can condition ourselves to accept
every chore and duty as something to be performed with relish: hence
willingly. There are Instances when an Impending task is. by anyI
consideration, a troublesome or otherwise unwelcome t er
necessity', and no meant of rationalization on
our part can make it. appear otherwise. However.
there are many occasions when a 'troublesome'' ,
.A effort can be made far more palatable If w'e considerthe
) net good and worth of the project or, at the
very least, if we recognize that a job must of necessity
t 4r be performed and we go about It In a workmanlike -
if not willing manner ''t e"t alb r
When we analyze situations we find that hardly .
anyone: really relishes doing what he must to achieve
,' l his ambition. The doctor dON not actually delight
in operating, the brick layer does not enjoy
r after another all day long .
but both are repaidtconstantly: with the prowess expressed in the
doing Thus if we merely aim at doing minute things well. that
satisfies a deep inner longing to express. attaining more noble
ends of soul expansion. This then. Is what we all seek for
it entails character growth to an unlimited degree. Come in to 8U-
WANNEE FUNERAL, HOME and talk with our counselor . It will
be refreshing. -


Suwannee County Residents



Licensed Funeral Director

625 S. Ohio Ave. Phone 362-1234


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. Discuss SDA Loan on the west side of Live Oak. I I Guardsmen Gel TYphoid Shot .... wky. tko. action of said Court taadmlttlar ,
aald" will to proaato .....101
Some of the engines have been '"' .. '... not ..aad unreroked.
operating constantly since theystarted ' Filed Ibis 4th day of Becitamkar, 144.REECE -

w k k.h 12 days ago and have only :... County: JudaaBuwaanoo BROWN .

tor. M been stopped while the oil was __ f. "" '" County Florida
air changed and maintenance was ( rcis (SEAL
B. Violas. B. W1ltam|
pulled on them. The city has been .. l-lf
J, tM furnishing the gas and oil for the :

a pumps and a detail of Guardsmen ; Tka Board CALL of County FOR BIDS Commlaalonara,
have been keeping them Suwannaa County Horlda, will rac.....
:, : bids for Motor Fuel and Lukrlcanta
gassed night and day, Raymond '. their rerutor. ._1... to ka baM October .
Jackson and Sid Allen have been 1 :I'.1 .. *. 1144.
.1c. All aiemptlona aa to tar ate. ....n
providing gas for their engines ' : \, ::'( not ... Included ta bid. Blda aan be
Major Crews expects the pumpsto !. : : . .if..', "f""I c.:,', , 'I ..... on about .*,.41. valtona .'...1
'!' and 10.001 caltona of Caaollna. yearlyconcnmptton.
be in operation for several days .
9 :
yet lie said that there Is still a fi1 I. "",.. All product will bo ..U...... to tha .
lt hirl : ', Road Camp ky bidder. and
deal of water that needs to ,
great ; .... ta County 'I.... or "aU.'... at
be moved but explained that they V tka ........ of ..leId...
.. ....
; Bpaclriaatlona will bo .1. bid.
were concerned not with individuals _" ' ....
but with general area. lie All hid. must be I. tho CI.... Off I....

said that Monday of this week ILShown .1-. U.'!.. Oslo. Fbr/d.Oetob.r. .M .tn 1111.that 111041

more water was moved than in ... f..TvJ'reaene. :j,. rlgbt to n.
----' - - lad say and. all hlda.Board .
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any other day since the begin
ning. above are members of Live Oak'a National Guard unit Co. A. 187 Armor as they prepared 8u......of.* County.County Florida Commlaalonari

Crews will stay on the Job until to receive typhoid booster shots after coming off active duty last Saturday at noon. On the,

Local merchants .listen. u a 8man BunlnrM AdmlnUtrallon rep. all equipment has been returnedto left Is Capt. C. T. Baliden, commander of the local I unit General Louie C. Wadsworth commander In II,I Clark I.AVAUGHN of tko, A.Circuit SESSIONS Court

I re rntatlve dlsciucrs how thai agency can and will make dUaiter the farmers and all repairs charge of the troops and Mayor J. Marvin Phillips. On the right members of the unit stand In line I ",.

loan This dl.cuialon was part of a meeting held last Friday at the have been made. awaiting their torn as three medical technicians from Lake City give the shots. (Photo by Snwannee CALL FOR BIDS
I .. ...
S Notice hereby Wi. that tha Boardof
CollNeam. (Photo by Suwannre Democrat) Democrat) County Commlaatonar* of Bawannee
t .. County Florida. ........, aaalad bids on

No.1 dents and teachers are adjustingto No. 4 ard White Barney Hart Wayne MORANT. .......... WILLIE!: MO- tka folkiwln lams .
No. 6 I ._... On. (U ".00' U>. rl. Motor Cmd.
the changes willingly and in I Bailey Larry Robinson and Elsie RANT THOMAS MO .. and .h.U .ka powered ky a full deal.
Installed Is of .._...
of God and Immediatehelp The equipment First Class Kenneth Bald- RANT and WILL MO. ......
an act fine spirit and the cooperation of Sgts. Williams Jr. RANT ......oedl said ELIZABETH ...line of not kit. than III hor. ..
needed. the latest type commonly called win Jr., Donald Ray Boatrlght MORANT Ent/.ball .ko of aU (() cylinderdaaln
was all involved has been ouUtandlng.ftutledge sloe known na ELIZABETH
and "...Iop not leas tkan lithoraepower
ah.adr crowbar equipment, similar to Fifteen men and one officer
In the yews Sherwood Boatrlght. Buford MORANT WAITEol
1 think said that altho the .. 1100 RPM and be either
many people will praise the appearance changes were most inconvenient that Installed at Live Oak Thlltype Butts Jack Carmichael and from Lake City returned home Board Yon. .ara, County hereby Comralaalonera notified. that af Hawaii tba. of tka two .. four circle. type. It shall.
of this city and the finE the school program would not be equipment permits subscribers Daniel Hicks; Tuesday at noon leaving Lt. Hall nee. Count*. Florida, a political aubdlvtaion be equipped, ho.....with..... electric dry typa atarter filter, generator and.
was to within the exchange and 10 of the Lake City men hereto of tba Btata of Florida, baitkla .. .
manner In which recovery hurt to an appreciable degree move Sgt. E-0 Joseph Hlngson. John day. filed Petition In tba Circuit air, .1..... .. .Iee Indicator.
instruction given ; and still retain the same telephone continue to assist local authorities Dart In and for Buwannaa Count,. TRANSMISSION
and Roy .
The Holt Johnson
Larry .
made. due mainly I to the splendid man Florida Tha tranamleelon' ba of tha con.atant
iecklne .
awUt by number. in any they are needed. condemn for thapurpoee "
agencies to Johnson way meah type with at least sia!
Federal ner In which faculty, students. ; ef aractlnc a Poultry and Do-
U cerUln S. The last detail of men will stay ... apeada forward and two anoada In
Johnson AlIen .tI. Dlacaa Ul.vno.tlc Laboratory
Lyndon EOal" Avery. -
President and parents are accepting: the Specialists ) ....... or power ablft wltk torque
tka faa almpla' '''10It tha 01.|
in the on active duty here as long as
to play a vital part situation. Boatrlght. Robert Brock Jr.. lowlnc dcacrlbed .. .... of land ta Bu- converter.
I see here In the No.5 Robert civil authorities need their ...Ia- w.nn. County, Florida. CLUTCH
community John Ooff Edward Howell, te-wltl
finer Folsom said that school: officiate Heavy duty double dl e, all type preferred
Pine and Su tance. They will continue to Tha Tail lit' of tke South 411 S"of
ard Avenue
future. would lose no time In making Street Little Sidney Lord. Milton the NE<4 of tke 8B:* of Section, or aquaL
Thul on the behalf of the resident definite plans as to how best togo wannee Avenue as business Johnson Gerald Scott and Fain maintain a headquarters and 11. TownehlB I South. Ro... II BRAKES.Tka prad..ball ka equipped with
It fitting normal sleeping quarters at the armory. East, SUBJECT, to ,b. rlchtofweyof .. .
of Uve Oak I think about restoring county schools: houses rush to resume Skinner; Btata Road Na. B-I4*| brakes en tha, rear tandem .. .I.

that this newspaper say to normal and complete opera operation. Specialists E-4 George John Since Tuesday noon the men At801 The North !.*. of ,,,. Lit BTFEKlNOtThe: ....... ahall ... equipped wltkmeckantoal
Despite rumors of some who been concernedwith US of th. NEH of tb. BE<4 of kooater
Thank Mr. President.I tlon. son Jlmmle McEJveen. Thomas have primarily Section I'. Tewa.hl I South, with power for
Steps have already! been taken planned to Quit there was no Musgrove Jr" Philip Odom. Wiley the 10 irrigation pumping Range II East IYen. TIRF.B1 ease of ......tioa.

was dl/iguated with the Red he added to secure expert and definite word that any business Peppers, and W. B. White; operations now In the city. They and to .ba each and of appear you arc In hereby tba Circuit aommnnded > All what..ban, bo ...qulpp.twflbl466 ,

Cross after the 1848 flood In this technical advise as how beat torecover would not reopen when clean up Privates Kenneth Baldwin Jr" assist. by keeping the pumps moved Court I. sad for Buwaanea County Florida BLADL.s 54. S ply Urn.Tka "-

county and since that time have from the disaster damage and repairs are completed. Donald Bass Robert Clayton. to the dropping water's edge Circuit. ., Court tka office ta LI.of ....Oak Clark...of...,.....* cead..ball. 5..quippa. with a

been critical of the organization. . Many buildings must undergo Vernon Daughtry Jr. Harwood moving pumps and pipe to new County, Florida .. day of 0.. CONTROLS fourteen foot blade

Event of the recent disaster major repair before they can be Evans Cecil Herring Elwood locations, and by keeping the lobar Interact, I.... to ahaw what right title Control, shall W either mechanicalar
No.3 ar you may bare. or claim' hi
here have chanted my oplnlo used again Most buildings with Howard William Howard David pumping engines full of fuel; a and to the above .._It..... tract of land, lor....U..

completely for If ever ft group er. wooden floors suffered terrific Lee. William Long Jr., George day and night operation that has Sol and bo to show take. *.for.....the why nee tka* and.... abould. CAR Tka aak ....11 .ba ., ,.. ........... laid

came In, rolled up 1U Beeves and Seven pumps started pumping damage and many of these floors McKelUten. Jerry Newbern. Jack been going on since the first Sunday fartb ta tha saM Petition. p.rp..eaac You or* All Io..rd.t.lf". : ...ta ,... .,,.... of tha
went to work the Red Crow did water on North US 129 from the are being replaced with concrete. Sandlln Earl Walther Jr. Rlch- I after the flood. Airth further reoulrod Petitioner to...r.. upon Alfred whoaaoatofflao T. Clerk of tka. Circuit C niL U-e Oak
big lake that covered the city Reopening dates are set from Florid. not later tkan II '"* AM. on
addraaa I. P.
here last week. O. Ba> /1T. Live Monday. October 0. l*... at wklch time
Red Cross has been of tremendous sewer's main lift station. They tomorrow to November 1. Oak, Fonda a copy of your written dafenaa tke ....4. will .ko pokltoly" opened.Tka .

aid to us during this emergency. worked five days and five nights There was a spirit of confidence Public Notices 1 1z. Its. .* at aald 0*Petition/oI>o". IM4.on or ad"I.for..ald to file toe ..-Board aad all reaerrea Mda.Board tka. right to ..-

In fact X don't see how clearing the water from that among those operating the the Clerk...of.....1...of Court aaM efeaaca witb t". t ., County CommiMtovraBowannaa

we could have done without them area. Fifteen high school: boys a damaged businesses. Most say NOTICC Or APPLICATION II FUrUat l lRUBY WITHERS mj ac Clare ... thoaaal BONDS County Ckalrma FloridaBILL '
for to have had the task of feedIng detail .f National Guard Lee they will open with a new store FOR TAX DIED II.rJlNt.w:::: addmt. to of .aid Court, at U-e Oak Bu"anneo A'r'I'DT. O.
SEC. IN.1.S P-.. .known 1CATHLRIN5 County, Florida Ibis Aava.l LAVAUHN A. : Clark
residents and Philip Odom worked
and housing and new merchandise. 11th. 1041.
clothing NOTICE IS HIBKBY GIVEN, that : : MORANT. wkoa a n... ,
who had to flee their homes continuously on that project thru Surveys are being made by all I. .. Mill tae balaer. of tli* followln' ..rt. to ........! IAVAUOHN A. SFRSION8:
...... : ..... add..... Clerk. Circuit Court
while attempting to restore order 1U completion. Pryor and Odom governmental agencies of the city S aerta-lcetee tat ...... to .bo faunae; tberaon. Tbeeerltflcate Ie ....._I II........ ..', Florida to .beraky |l... tkat tka un- f
would have taeeIhe other agencies stayed with their pumps practically and county to determine the extent number. ..Ib prop..tland MARaBE-rnC NICER ... V.r ka.. .rJy Lillian ...,.... DC. deralanad. ......10.. A. ....10.., Ctorkof
night and day since then. to which public facilities aneo, lao ae>.rlpltoa ef : banSt HINDERSON : HICKS. MMrmnklla ) tha dlnalt Cost Buwannaa County.
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here. lid n.mee I Is which It .J ar* I **.a.., Dtoca II, 14-11 Aorta, will an tin. Sib day of October
hat U off to Director John Thomas Musgrove Jr. and Johr, have suffered. There U grave I' a follow I (.Ilt.ral.I. I .*... at II r"S O'clock. A. M. at
Certificate N. II. tka front door tka temporary Courtkouaa -
llamrlck and his oo-workera Cameron also worked faithfullyand concern about the Suwannee Year of l .uaaee 1111. baud BAM JORDAN Pumps.R.I Tka Board af County. C............., toaated .: Sol Howard Btreot taJ
Their work was and continues to George Peagle of the Forest High School: Building and the Deaertotton of rronertr Be at 111 .., WILLll.. ........ Coo.t,. Floridd. .. will rcat. .. Oak .. County. offer
car ef sref SWH run a HENRY .. an 4 kla. wlfa.MARY ...... kMa far appraalmataly .*..... for eato and eaU at puklla autary ;
be ouUtandlng. Service has been on the job also. streets In that area. tl* FOB Thenee WILLIAMS ...-.... Boack. allona.. ., ",....... ...10.11. G..... RC18 tlo. klakeat' and beat kMdar'fae aaak,
Major Crews said of them. "I The Democrat ha been told poop II* ft.'af 111 ft. K: II* ft. FtorMarAFFIE. Quality .... meat Florida Stale .... fellowlnt deacrlked. property. to
.. ....* .- MAE: WILLIAMS an4 hot Road Department Standard Specification wit
The front page editorial last can leave them at three o'clockIn by many elected officials" that It .N hip' ttlwl hMast. II TutT'w ........... MACK WILLIAMS. 1'..- .. On Ill) IOU Fontto Conrertlkl
week's drew more comment the morning and when I return will take time to evaluate true N.. to .10.... ....... Du.. .**) r"I'i'' P1.Ad.r Bidder. will aoate. .r.... ...11....... to Motor N. A4I4U4I41On
paper ., : ad b. .......... .......
paint I.
R.tll. 8..1.t. any County aad at.uck ( Refria-erator
both favorable and unfavorable at seven they are still there. damage and to devise' plans to All .. NM. lr..rl.. ..I., I- tb.Stale .. FRANK WILSON ...._. Heath., tlmaa aa roiueeted ky Ike. OnaOaa m Dtnlnaj Re.m nl" a
C.han.thine that has I don't know how they get any permanently repair or replace. C...,. M a._.._. of Florida. Road Saparrntaodent.. Coati Bedroom aultoLletna
u..... ..10 .. 1I"'t." N ....,"'.... OKAPI DIXON nn4 bar .......... All 10.... .... .ko In tko Ctork'a Of. Oaa m Room aultaCoffeo '
ever appeared In this newspaper. sleep In the meantime emergency shall ... ....._.. _4''.. ta 1.w ALLEN DIION. lt.. ........ ,...., Lf... Oak. Florida. not totar '"tkaa Oao ebb
The number who telephoned Presently then are pumps measures will be taken without ......MoI l. aub S tlNleal' N Aveaua, Lee.burcj Flerloa;L" III** A.... T...d.y. Oatoker 4. 144. Ona (II Nla-kt takto
Nrtlfk.IN. will M NM a '10. bl.h.. ..., "I. .I'.. Tka Board a. tko riakt to rejectaay Two fI) End tab...
wrote working In ten different locations the and JOKLOINAww1LLIAMa.'d
to get city county
local and long distance: delay ateaer. at in* oeor .h.., oaor mm .... '...... .... all kMa.. Ona III Admiral T.V.
letters local and out of town; thruout the city. One U on South back on Its feet and operating. fI.., Menaat In MMtk of 0........ l.... FbwM.AiJRL.hL ..1 Board Of County. rmmtoatoaraBuwannao . I Ona Ul Fkonocraph
approval Pine Avenue and one .U located Federal' and state agencies are watch.. .. MM. Itk oar .. 0........ I"'. Wll.UAMS. JR ... bl.wit. County, Ftorida 0.. III) Wlaard waekor
and verbally expressed Dst lea tkla. let eat of neptomaer ivv*. ., GRACIE WILLIAMS, Pempano ...._., to tko. Final Decree af Foreeto*
Into the hundreds. That we on South US 129 In SherwoodPurest. here dally conferring with elected LAVAUOHN A. BK8SIOMB., Cterhof Iteach. FlorMai ByllAVAUOHNA. BF8SIONBCtork aura entered tn a aaao pendlae; ta aid.
ran I 01..." C..5.1 5l..5 : sad .bar .......... of tka' dree It Court Court! af whlrk. to
thinkingand One ls located officials to aid available In RALP SLUSLUT
were able to reflect the pump on as pent, rl.rla. 1'_.... Beach.Fh .. ..... ()ENEltAt FINANCE LOAN 00...
feeling of this community Cast Ruby Street and two enginesare rebuilding. No agency U being overlooked 11.1. >.....| PANT' of Jaek .a.111.. North. .
fulfills the role we feel your pumping water from the and all phases of assistance IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT THIRD MELVINA WILLIAMa.. ranipaaollearb. JUDGE IN ANr !"CS SUWANNEE aorporattoa.Plaintiff. ,
county newspaper should fill. WhIte Springs Highway. are being nplore4.Aoeo'f. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FONBUWANNgE .. FlarUalBETTY COUNTY. FLORIDA.IN ...
For all expressions we are Two are centered behind Law. I .., will not come overnight AT LAW. rib A....., Paaipaaa Beach., Flor- FRED J. GREEN.d.ceaacd.. kto ..u.. MARY RUTH ruse
grateful Including the one unsigned renee Lee's home on IIeven! ton these officiate predict but COUNTY. FLORIDA a .... I
letter from a cltlaen\ of and another U In front of Cor.I at the speed with which recoveryIs pB/idol F7NMa. ..WI...... of tha Biota af altA Florida oN DIXON an4 .._.... Beacb, Tka maenad..... ..of tka FtorMa aatoto ta of all aid.p deaa.dent ass.
Live Oak and a telephone call I die's Furniture on llelvenston moving most city and county ratlttaaar. All, unknown ne'Mn. cUlaiU hr, IYou WITNESS my bawd and th. officialaeal '
.,_....... ... ..... -
tkroaah ar unoer the aatlallast' a oils af acid Court kla Itnd day of
One Irrigation system .ls behind functions will be normal basis
and visit from a character who on a INBI'MORANT. at aJ.Alia ..- e4 noraona. none .f whom. ar. teat I..""..., purportto to .ka tkatoat ftoptemWr 1611.I.A4AUGHN
Identified herself' as "MUs Branchof the American Legion on old US within a few weeks. .._.. ...... ,. .bo either dad or .11... will aad t .lawsl W aaM. daeodent A. BESBIONB.Ctork :' .
is Is in"oT taala.IM D-Me and all unknown PO".101...... .kaa ..... admitted to ...... taaald of ,... Cbrult. Court of
the NAACP"I DO and one pumping water Live Oak's sewer system .............. be tkraurb ar uaacr MATTIE LOU Court.You .....- County Florida.BEAL .
listened to her calmly until from the pond behind Pete operation and most roads and THE: NAME OF WIILIAMB DIXON.l aeeeaae4. lataof are ...... aammanded wttkt. al* ( '
THE: HTATE or rtORIDAlTt 5....... Coanty rtorMe CUXABETH ratondar. utaotha from ,... dato of tka. .yt Pearl Canaan
Wright's home. The other streets will be cleared before the
ahe reached" the part where kite pump AIL WHOM IT MAT CXNCEEN. MORANT. o_..d. kite ofBujwannoa lira pukltoattoui. of Ibis. ualtoa to appear Deputy Ctork
Informed me I was not to mention Is working near Collins Courts week'" is over. AND TO ( ..,. .......... FRED ta said. 0.... and ..... a.... If any you It
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--- '- - --- -' --- -- ---- -
the association In any form

or fashion In this newspaper 1 P1IQOUCf; 01 ItOTQ OOfIrMIT LIf QUI //KACUAY" DIMiS rOAI

Dy awoclatlon I anaume the

meant NAACP.

If there's one thing that Irritates

me more than anything else

as a newspaper owner 1s for any

person to attempt to tell me whatI
will or will not print In this r'm w-

newspaper for If ever w. Viae the

fl't'C'dollof the press. ,,"'e might

as well," give up and become serfs

I had rather fight than switch

that conviction.I .
Informed the ao-Myled "Mlns

Branch" that I *a* busy did not

have time to listen further to her t

and to get the "hell" out of myoffice.

As ah .U ft she loaned some remark -

over her shoulder' that I

might hear from her lawyer. aaajpsBBiB*

Among than who expressed "

approval of what w* wrote laM Announcement

week were a number of the bet.ter .

colored cltlarns of this county. : '.

., "" "
I LIked them If the question we '" Ij/o/ ",'fl. : : "

posed<< .last. week had been answerd "" ,

and their maser was no.

Thui our quMUon of Where

Were Needed They_ ft'ftaINUaN.When They .Were"", Ford Motor Companventroduces hood, the full-width! grille, the unique front il Miriigfttt.)Thc fide Is ilew:it's

and help from the organisations an smoother, solkler, quieter. Inside, there's a wide selection of options for personal
mentioned Is still -- 6" .. '""
Its absence despite. concplcloua the visit her by entirely 1 new kind of Mercury for 1965 . cimomhin.J luxury features once reserved only for the most expensive cars.

of "MUs Branch of the NAACP". The Idea behind all this U
newness to bring you the most luxurious bestridingtraditiOtl
..... ___ ......? 4+*. ,
as this city return. to normal now in the Lincoln Continental car in iw bell . a Mercury that reflects the Lincoln Continental tradition.

-- See how well the Idea Yo'Ofls-ac your Mercury J aln'.. No medium-price r
No.. 2 .". .l'".nta ('e preJict that many people sating ; 1965 Mercury( for the first tlmeVill automobile has ever
and uniforms. ran thru th Pin .'OOOtf:-""hat cat U that?r Mercury U that new.The look it new. Comrkt'd,. come so near in luxury [I] I

said View to aiijht.damage There was there nine Is I Low, iJctl, beautifully rroportioncJ. (Notice the long, low proportions of the tathehf: h-prkeclass.a .

or no daaiM at the Junior Mi.hBclviol

at U*. 0... at the Bran, I

ford tVhooJ. or any ot Uw eater THE FORD PLACE

county ebaohk.. I

principal of Uw Od ----,
and 0up rtnlrfMl* t lltturj M. Sale PIHaDe M2-1112 UVE OAK FLORIDA s.nMe n.... 3431112JUd

,Jtolnn aid this wed tbat at*.. Wan Pastel jata+ 1e B r *J' At TAe IMr. Moses Cfmputr W.... ......, Hew Ye** w.".... FairPACE


Opener At Williston

T. Buccaneers Fail To Halt Passing

SuwANNE! DEMOCRAT! Attack In 31-0 Lose To Williston

Williaton'c Red Devils racked up three first-half
touchdowns and two in the second half to hand the Bran

ford Buccaneers their first defeat of the new season Friday -

night in Williston. The Buccaneers played the Red ,

ESTABLISHED 1884 UVE OAK. FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1964 YOU 80, NO. 19 Devils, to..a standoff I in the _running game but could not
withstand the Devil' pawing attack -
M they dropped their season BUCCANEERS' TALE
1964 Sutcannee Bulldogsrictarcd INDIVIDUAL BULLDOGS'RECORDSRUSIIING TALE: opener by a score of 34 to O. INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

In the first. game of the season RU8IUNO j jTrtflI
for both clubs the Williston eleven y... Avg. TD
s iw. i Tries Yds. Avg. TDSU1I'.nn.e simply overran the Buca with ltnnf rd

Hunt their tremendous passing combl- Alien I 1 1.88 0 1
II" 7.50 3ttllllammn
nations. Doug Mitchell. Wllllton's Lee 1' 41 UO 1F'dse41
9 55 '.11 1
quarterback, passed 17 II U UI 0
Box 10 ltd i'.*o 0 .
i w s' a r times: for two touchdowns and Chancy 1.1 -II I
I Brady
4 33 R.75 1Lamford
104 yard He completed 12 passes .
4. eI Miller S -I.iI
Y ? 4 S3 5.75 0 of the 17 to five receivers and' Gardner 1 1 ,... 1Williston
j I MonucruoCook.le gained more yardage through the ....
I I K. R 10 I.SS 0 air than did the U ran ford club Griffith 1 17 1." 0
Conkile r. 0
e's .4.67 0 through both running and passing Mitchell 1. 41 .... rt 1
('hrl' ,
I IS 35 4.S3 0
HU favorite receiver continually Wise 11 5.51
lushes* 9 0 1.' 0Colllni : I
caught the ball to keep ilesd 1 1.Mikell ./ I
: I. I.' 1Rhymes the Red Devils on the move F"l'r I I 2.Lae ," 1 1
I 14 5.33 0 touchdown drive was aided by I' ... I
: Rltcher I. I.' 0
PASSING at least one big pans play rASSiNGAll. ,
The game was never in doubt ,,
: Alt Cmjk. Int. Yds.TD ('m..I "Yd. Tn
1 IiIIt.ann after Williston N'orf'd their first Branford
touchdown which came on a :3- Mllln 4 I 1 1 1Wull.t.n +
4 'C Brady 7 4 I 03 S
yard plunge over tackle by Mtt-
4 chell. The touchdown was set up
Mitchell 11 11 1 114 I
I 1 1 IS 1
RECEIVINGCavghl (No. I Continued on rate 111 RECEIVING: :

r ,.tI.. TD Caught Yd. TD
above U the varally team of Sawaanee BaHdog Front row. left t. right I Dale MrQrilcr Danny Kldd. Coy Hale Wayne I SuwannceMrCulIrr STATISTICS Br.n'.....

Cheney Donald. Reblnaen Wayne GUI Berate Weaver and WUbor Rye. Se on4 row .left lo right t J. W. Stamper. Randall Bet, 4 OS I Bran. Will. John.lo" I 1 IChaney
t Roger, John BIakle,. Richard Gaakln. Dwight. Stanicl. Johnny Hurst and Len Williamson. Back row left to right Malcolm Da"I.1 Monllrello lint Down 7 1' 1.1'wun.
Jane Daniel. Mike Edward. Rod Bowdoln. Wally Allen and George. LaD"..... ChrMr 1 7 I Ydt. Gained Rushing ISO 141 ....
Bauell 1 1 1 Yd., I-ot Rushing III 4 Griffith I 11 1
FUNTINO Net Rushing III! 137 t't.pb.n. I I' 1Mikell
dogs and gained 90 yard on the and totaled 65 rushing yard In .
Pants nikd. A',. Faawx Allempted 4 I I' 1
Played In Madison ground In 12 t.r1pa. Quarterback nine carrie Randall Box wag. the Monlleellolluiiiea Complrted S IS Mrnccr.on' I II 1
Malcolm Brady pored to Dale leading ground gainer for the ra._ Intercepted I I Mitchell 4 n 1
4 0 SS.SO
Bulldogs Open Football Season With McCulleri for two of Live Oak' Bulldog a* he piled up lOa yard rawing. Yardage S 144Yd rtTNTINOhnCa
core* and ran eight yard for from scrimmage In 10 trie*. He also kicked three. extra polnU. *. rcnallted 11 10 Bud. AWl.
another. Fullback Len Williamson George Langford had 23 yard In The Bulldog play MUllIOn In Time. Penaltord. S S Branford
45-7 Win Over Monticello SaturdayThe scored a 1-yard touchdown four trip for hla offensive, play. Madlaon Friday night. Pamble.last I I n-II 4 I IJ'HI
- -
Suwannee Bulldogs opened their 1964 football

season with a 45-7 win over Monticello on Lanier Field in

Madison Saturday night. The game was scheduled here

Friday night but was moved to Madison on Saturday due 4 4q.wm

to the flooding of the local school.A .

lam crowd of Live Oak enthusiast Monticello scored their only
were on hand to see the touchdown In the third quarter.
Bulldogs score 12 point In the on a 7-yard pan from Quarterback i
first quarter and IS In the second Ray Hughes to Fullback
to lead the MontloeUo Tic- Anthony Christy with the Bulldogs
en 25-0 at halfUme.. adding another 20 point In
the final quarter.
. Halfback: Johnny Hurst scored'
;" IF YOU WERE BORNIN three touchdown for the Bull-

Saw. M.nt.FIM .

DRIVERS LICENSE Rubin Yardage 111 1"Yd
last nothing 1 n

IN YOUR BIRTH MONTH Net Kuhlitf lit III ft'ip"M"ci! P000 OA&A.i1
raa.M Attempted 7 1 W/ it:0 4 OOOft HAftOTOF
Faa**. Completed. 4 1
Reece Brown reuses Utereeftted. 1 1Tardate Now. look into the worldsIOJM

raring .> 13Fumble. .. many "
County JudEs
Lest I I

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I, 1.1 Superiority In Agricultural GainsWorld Respect Kendrick Manatee County Agent I Williams Is Graduate Highway: Patrol Course Card Of Thanks
were awarded plaque In appreciation KIrk.
H. N.
tot serving a* past presidents Supreme Court Justice Mlllard lomas from We want to thank ou.. III'
I, U. 8. Ben. Spessard Hollan< ed for his long-time work In the Woodrow W. Glenn Jackson of the Association. Clay wa F. Caldwell who also is a former man director of the Florida Department friend for the floral ;tferb1
told county agricultural wenU peanut industry; Milton Plumb, County Agent, was elected new 1B83 president and Kendrick 1M4 Governor of Florida, will deliver of Public Safety U A. food, prayer, visit and :aer,
that the United State la more agriculture editor of the Tampa president of the County Agent' president.The the commencement address Saturday K. William of Live Oak. presdon of sympathy and .
respected tot its unrivaled aupert Tribune for IS year until 1962; Association and wa formally installed conference was held from : when 43 new recruit: pa- This 1* the 25th recruit class vice extended ua at the lean
orlty in agriculture than skill In and J. Abney Cox of Miami recognized in office with the presentation Sept. 18-18 trolmen for the Florida Highway: 1 for the department.. our loved
diplomacy, ',tnd such strength I Sa for his work in vegetableand of the traditional ,avel.I I e Patrol complete their training one.The
the "greatest asset that freedom fruit production, and broad Ralph T. Clay Jr., Putnam I which began July 8. I Life is a problem of balance; Family
loving people have", casting.: County Agent and W. Harper (Office Supplies at MeCrimen's) Among those who will get dip usually the bank balance. Robert L. w> j

Holland poke at the annual .J
County Agent's Association banquet .
Sept. 14 In Gainesville in
oonjuncUon with the 60th anniversary

of Florida Conference Florida.Agrlculaural at the Unlverslty Extension !.. now! the beautiful shapes for '65

Tracing back to the young
struggling days of severe freeze
i and cattle tick in the state'
agricultural hUtory, the *enlo
aenator from Bartow comparedthat
era with the $1 billion In-
dmtry of today
He said county agents were .
particularly responsible for aiding ;
agriculture In its growth. "No
other group can claim the credit
for bringing modern technique
and method which has helpedour
Industry grow and proupcr,1 '
Touching on several problem
which affect Florida farmers In
1884 migrant labor, the tobac
co-cancer: scare, and pestlcldi
control Holland assured the
a agents that Congress I I. ever alert
to needs in these areas. He cited H __
appropriation of million of dollar .
that will be used to try to
find solutions to the problems.
61 OmvolH Impala SeJanChevrolet
Speaking earlier during the Sport
day va State Sen Et. Price of
Bradenton who urged the agents
to get out and wage an aggressive It's longer lower wider! with inferior comforts that'll panel that's a convention piece all by itself. (in the Impxifo.IiiilEi .

fight to help agriculture get have many sn esjteniiive car wondering why it didn't think it has the look of hanJ-rubbed walnut). In fact, just about
Its "fair share of the state tatsdollar" WI/!!: of them first. More shoulder room more leg room up front every thine's new right down to the road. And even tb t'U

commercial VV Curved side windows, rich new fabrics and an instrument .eemDewerLet-.ueetbeJet-.mootbrideiumoothC'ftbUlCtu.
Price, a
flower grower In Manatee County -
said. that although agriculture -
1* the backbone of Florida' ''', .
economy, it is not competing /
successfully to obtain top priorityin ,or.., '"
legislative appropriations .
"Now 1* the time for agriculture '
to stand up and be count ". .s.
ed" said Price, who suggestedthe t
industry should develop a r ,
masnlve advertising campaign to ,
publicize Florida-grown commodities. .

The Association gave its annual "
Many of the Year In Florida Agriculture "
awards to three outstanding -
representatives of the -
industry. Each was selected from 1 ': .
J :
one of three county agent districts "
located In Went Florida ..
the Gulf Coast, and Atlantic ".' ". '65 Chn J0! Malht Gaper Sport Coup .
Coast al1'''.
The recipients were George W
Morrow of Oracevtlle recognlx- ChemUe:
New style, new ride-and plenty of V8 stuff. Here's all way its new ride skims over the choppiest road Like V8

that made Chovrlle America's most popular new-sized e.rpower that'll make you think we stole some of Corvette'
Ask Donation ;t'I R II1m .rJG plus some surprises that promise to make it come on even stuff-which we did. All told five engine are available

t t stronger Like those! cleaner bolder lines. Like the silky from a quieter sit to a V8 that come on 300 horses strong.

Blood From ,. .

Rabies Victims .

Physician treating a person .: ,

severely 1 bitten\ by a rabid or suspected ,.iiL..... .
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animal may soon have an "
t antiserum derived from human ',' It :
donors Agricultural, according Experiment to a Station Florida i)< '.

veterinarian.The . r
human antiserum precludes -
the risk of a dangerous reaction ;,
which sometimes afflicts
patients treated with hypcrlmmime .
horse serum.
Dr. George T. Fdds, head of theExperiment .;. '
Buttons Veterinary
Science Department said a nationwide -
drive Is eurrenUy under ?
way to encourage veterinarianswho
have been treated for rabiesto '63 clury1 Non 4 Iseur Snia+sCIiei
donate blood for a pool of Improved .. .
antlserum. Such blood will
be collected\ from veterinarian
attending the Florida State Vet- .H It may very well be the expensive. -rat .looking thrift rr including a new 300.Lp'S.. If you go by all the fine newkii"

erlnarlsn Medical Association w you've laid eye on. Hut thrifty It I.. The big difference' features, you could get the Ides that saving you money was eW
meeting\ at Tampa. October 4-'. being that CAy //*. marvelous mechanical eflicimry now about the last thing we bad in mind. And ia a w'l1& wa.

The Is ultimate to eliminate aim of the"delayed program tal. wean a dcbmuir new look.And offer'*a new range of" MtI, Right up until we pasted on the price .tic..",. T* .

serum sickness" which occur In 1.'
some persons after rabies treat "' .
mer.t. About 13.000 Individualsare
givtn rabies. vaccine each ....
Edda tsplalned. that. where hypertmmun ...
horse serum Is used
to treat bites about the head or
d hands "the danger involved\ In \ ...
the administration of the table M..
antiverum U well known to phyaicians -
who have used It to any
extent. Reaction to the antiserum .
occur !in 20 to 60 per rent .
of the treated. persona.
The veterinarian pointed out
that when human serum wa L
Used In the administration. of t :3
tetanus antitoxin the patient
had no IU effects. He said the use

S of dangerous human serum reaction. could problem.solve the 'Nor hp44L.Vas Conk Cmvi. Sp t cape szII

"The highest antibody strength
cainat rabies occur' In those Individuals .

n taut rabies who treatment have received, a. treatment ..... ; IIftII r "**'. lttU lot '('" "Ul1 ** mtemstkaMl tUWf The loagtr, look. tb r.*s .p to 180 bp available U' the new OM ....-.

4 commonly used before. the wi.tee dn1g* ai....aU rJ.-I..w. a hucltop .p to 110 .p i I. tile Mesas sad 00 eerie.. .u.. a apatite.
Int.lodlrl.lOlof the Improved C6IWI JMi by Ir.-- ew..nd .... -dow.. It also anew. saw rid ltC i.depe..test suepesia. eysetrx. Wggse.elf..ajerei.l

duck embryo 'a<<1n8.- d Xdds b.. sho.IJes aa4 e.uax ....... Aa.l t. p with UM tads beak', more r...,.*MT. stmtag sad a wider rod eta.gwS1d'e
Because veterinarian art most .
frequently exposed to rabies and
thug treated they are considervd M
the meet uteri donor to Uw .

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News From- Branford I Branford PersonalsMr. Discus Oak Grove Cemetery I

I and Mrs. Charles Thomas tending the State Board Woman's Branford Woman's Club Will f

and family and Miss Joann Club meeting in Cocoa Beach
BYt MRS. LOIS WILLIAMS Thomas of O lnelvUl('. and Mr. several days this week. Sponsor Civil Defense Course
and Mrs. Joe Land of Mayo spent Cathy Chandler who has been ::
Safety Plan the week end visiting Mr. and a patient In the Suwannee County -
CoonlinatetlCivil The Branford Woman's Club met Wednesday after-
Branford Will Play B. Thomas.
Mrs. W.
Hospital In Live Oak for the
noon, September 16, in the Woman's. Club Building with
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williams past two weeks, returned to her
Defense Helps Branford At Greenville and MIand Mrs. Leon Hatch home Friday.llranfonl. Mrs. R. G. Griffith presiding. Mrs E. R. Witherall hadcharge
The Braaferil Biseeasteere and family spent Sunday visiting a of the devotion with Mrs. Tom Duncan, Mrs. Tom
will travel .. Greenville Friday Minter. Mrs. D. B. Fletcher Mrs. Ed Bubar. Mrs.
Mrs. Ruth Williams and C. D.
Meet Dangers Hurricane DoraBy .f night the to play the scend game Williams In Newberry. P.TA {Will Ounter. Mrs. I. P. Phllpot Jr..
season. Mrs. R. O. Griffith, and Mrs. W. out the county A motion was
After a defeat last week &heBrant. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wolfe and Have Meet
: E Smith assisting.J. made and seconded! that the
( Mrs. Shirley Hatch) .
Orlando visited W.
.,. tease will be setting family of Mrs.
Executive .
Board f the Branford Woman's Club onrecord
Civil Defense J. and family over the R. Fletcher gave a very Informative go
played a large part in the safety of the their first win. Dempsey Branferd r-TA will meetThancUy talk on the Oak Drove as sponsoring a Civil Defense a
Branford community during the crucial hours of Hurricane I Let's all back the Beta.Branford week end. night September 14, Cemetery, course.
Dora. Civil Defense Director R. M. Chandler did a tremendous S. Mrs. Thelma Fletcher spent st hiss: p.m. In the school cafeteria. Mrs I. P. Phllpot Jr. had Mrs. W. R. Hill, district three
job in directing the civil defense program and several days last week as a patient charge of the program on "Inter- director, announced the state
carrying out the plant that had been laid for the safetyof Scouts in the Suwannee County All members are urged to I be national Affairs". Mrs. Philpot board meeting would be held in
Hospital in Live Oak. present.Little Cocoa Beach the latter of
the Branford community. Introduced the guest speaker, the part
On Wednesday morning whenit Department maintenance engineer Given Hansell ROM spent several' days . Rev Bruce Beardsley, pastor of September Mrs. Hilt Mrs Griffith ..
was quiet evident the hurricane for District n. played a big Awards recently in a Lake City hospital.Mrs. Alba Hrnnfonl the Presbyterian Church In Branford and Mrs. Fred Jones will
would strike Branford, a briefing part In keeping Chandler Informed R. W. Sherwood and fam who gave a very Interestingtalk attend from the Branford Club.A .
meeting of the Civil Defense of the latest developments By Honor CourtBoy fly of Miami and Mrs. H. 8. Sherwood Will He Crowned< Council was called to make plans of the hurricane. We owe our : of Jacksonville Beach spent Little MINI Branford Football experiences with these, people. He In Tallahassee October: 14
and designate safety shelters for thanks to these men. I. Scout Troop 90 of Branford I Monday Visiting Mrs. Lola Wll- Queen will be crowned at the spoke on the rapid growth In and members are urged to attend. I
the people of the Branford area. Jamie Slocum and Horace held a Court of Honor recently llama and other relatives. football tame October 2. aa part their i population Industrial Refreshments of cake and
The council consisted of town Mathls put In long wet banSaturday at which yearly awards Mrs. Vera MOMS and Mrs. Lots of the halftime festivities The growth and social revolution punch were served by the hostess
directing traffic on Williams spent Friday and Saturday winner will be selected committee.HrvivnlAt,
officials, police department Florida were given to various scouts who from candidates changes
Power representative, leadersof Highways U. S. 29 and 129. due were outstanding In different of last week: In Jacksonville who have filled out an During the business meeting S.
the civic organizations, and to roads being closed as result! of fields of scouting during the put attending the funeral services of entrance blank prior to the game. Mrs. Fred Jones chairman of the
the local funeral home. An auxiliary Hood waters. We feel that the yesr. The court was held September William Nolan Application forma can be obtained yearbook committee, reported fph.ml4The ,
Branford area was well taken Ann Ortffen and Shawn Hatch from Branford Band Director
police force was formed to 7. that yearbooks had been completed annual revival at the
police the town. All signs and objects care of and the people benefitedby John Hill a life scout, received daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Oscar Munch.All and many had been hand Ephesus Advent Christian Church
all working together. Ortffen and Mr. and Mrs. Leon contestants must be between ed out to members
that could away as a Troop PO's highest award the will begin September 21. The
result of high wind was removed B Scout of the Year award. Several Hatch, performed In the talent the ages of two and six and Mr. W, 8. Ware, chairman of Rev Julius Parker of Lake City
In of hours. Mer- scouts show for the Suwannee County must appear at the game They the youth conservation
a matter a few New Pastor received yearly awards. committee will be the speaker.
chants taped plate glass windows The awards given were: Scout: Farm Bureau Thursday nlfht. will be judged on personality, thanked the club membersfor Services will begin"at 7JO: pm.
and took every precaution to protect spirit award given to three Debbie Dan), and Palmer. beauty, and charm.. the use of the club building on week nights and on Sundaywill
the business section. Branford Church scouts), Randy Herndon, Earl Daughtry of Lake City spent Sat- during the summer for library l begin at 11:00: am. with din
Safety shelters were opened to Byrd, and Russell Bam: scout urday and Sunday visiting their Ilrunfortl .Ml Club I and dancing classes. net on the ground following the
the public in three locations the The Rev. Hugh D. Lord Is the craft award John Hill: scout grandparents Mr. and Mrs R. E. Cot Now I There was much discussion services.
Hatch In Branford.Mr. ,* Of f ierg
high school gymnasium First recently elected new pastor of the teamwork award Jerry Herndon: concerning the recent Hurricane Everyone Is cordially Invited to
Baptist Church, and the Magnolia Suwannee River Assembly of God physical fitness award Edward H. Q. Griffith. Mr. W R. The Branford 4-H Club met Dora. and the damage It did thru- attend.

Baptist Church. A total oftof Church at Branford. Kelly: and camping award Dale Hill and Mrs. Fred Jones are at- Monday night In the First Bap. I.____________.._._...._.....uu.. _ _ ___ ....
c. > peYsons took advantage of Rev, Lord received his education Fuller List Church and elected the following ,.----------- ..............

the shelters. The only direct communication in the public schools of For- The R.ttlf'"Ifd., for officers: ..
the Branford area terdale Oa.. and Monroe A & M the Patrol of the Year went to State Need For Charles Palow. boys' N'lIt-
had with the storm was through College In Monroe Oa. the Flying Eagle Patrol of which dent: Sharon Walker, alrl,' presl-
the radio system belonging to the In over 25 :years of ministry he Edward Kelly is the patrol leader dent: Cathy Sullivan vice presl SALIes's. I
State Road Department resultof has served as a pastor evangelist and Russell Bam Is assistant RefrigeratedSpace dent; Patricia Hall, aerrrtary;
all other radio communicationbeing and district official. Before leader. The sward was receivedby Peggy Fletcher council delegate: -
moved to other places. coming to Branford his pastorate Scout Russell Barn for the Is Lila Bcardsley, reporter: and
J. D. Johnson assistant district was the First Assembly of God In patrol. Up Christine Durden<< song leader.
engineer of maintenance for the Ashburn. Oa. I Contest medals for track were Next meeting of the club will

State Road Department gave DIrector In 1900. Rev. Lord accompanied given. These went to: the first Refrigerated warehouse space In be October 19 at 7:00: pm. at the . .. ......... -
Florida! totaled /J million cubic Baptist Church In Branford. lI" \
R. M. Chandler permission by his wife son and I place gold medal Russell Barer: ALL -
to use the radio system and facilities daughter-in-law made an evangelistic second place silver medal. Edward feet by the end of last year, registering Refreshments are served at
belonging to the road de trip to the Republic of Kelly; and third place a 21 per cent gain In two meetings.
partment. J. A. Moss State Road Mexico. bronze medal Randy Hemdon. years, the Florida State Chamberof 55 PHONOGRAPH RECORDS
Rev. Lord's wife is the former These medals were given to the Commerce reported In Its Adult Clan n..lnl
Marie Ford of Anniston Ala. Rev. top three performers In track Weekly Business Review released.
WANTEDPINE and Mr. Lord have two children. based on their overall total of yesterday Taught At Branford ..
"Florida! gained II million cubic Adult classes are being ...
Mrs. Milliard Stewart of On !fin. points they made. conducted -
Oa.. and the Rev Michael: H. Parents and friends were present feet In this cold space during the at the Branford high OTHER ITEMS -
Lord who with his wife. Peggy, at the court of honor. two years, ranking the state secondIn School and all Interested person :
SAW LOGS travel from the Canadian to the Scout meetings have been this amount of added. apace. are urged to contact Clarence, '' **""
Nationally refrigerated ...rf'houllt'.paN Terry, the principal l. for enrollment AT .- -'
10 INCHES DRH AND UP Mexican Borders conducting changed to Monday nights beginning i
Highest Market Prices their "Ood Save America Cru- at 7:30.: All scouts are urged Increased 9 per cent, ,
Call or Write". to attend these meetings. Registration "Florida also stood In second Racist studies and math are being -
Dave E. (Pete) The Lords are making their for next year Is due.WMU place In the amount of space taught on Monday nights at
home In the parsonage adjacentto u eBaptlst which Is kept at temperatures of 1:00: o'clock by Terry .and Mrs.
Studstfll the church. sera or below, Last year this type Charles Williams Is teaching OUR COST I
9736672MADISON. - \ Ifnhl. of space came to (0.071.000 cubiC English and commercial subjectson I
Money Is only one Ingredient of I feet. Subtracting spscfj( twrded Thursday nights.
State \
life's secret of hspplness.SWIFT I'rayrrThe for machinery, aisles, tto. the - ,
W.JoI.U. of the First Bsp- total available for slacking :
tot Church held season of amounted to 44.477.000 cubic feet.There OR LESS
prayer for state missions Tuesday are 61 refrigerated ware BOOKKEEPINGACCOUNTING !
and Wednesday nights of last noun*. In Florida. About 40 percent
FEED FERTILIZER NITROGEN week. The W.MU Circle had of the space provided' by AND :
charge Tuesday night with Mrs. them Is available for public ue TAX SERVICE
CUSTOM GRINDINGAT R. O. OrUnth In charge of the and the balance II used by ttte CARL'S I
program with Mrs. Lewis Ball and food processing companies. which Edith Richardson
THE: STORE OR AT TOUR DOOR Mrs. Bill Thompson taking part. own or .lease the warehouses
The entire W J.UT. had chargeof "Citrus, other fruits, vetetabies' P. O. Bow 132 RADIO & TV SERVICE I ISuwane.
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Science ..ndAudloVJ.aual A motion was made ; -
and Supervisor of bv C ;
4050. 8-6000. 7-5050. for Su seconded by Barnett
Education to
J J6-Suwannee Graduates Enrolled At NFJCette appum
0-0150, 10.-6200. County, the assumption Thomas L. Dobbins as
Final enrollment figures at 29; and miscellaneous FlorIda Rk. U CC N/S: 4-4600, 5- wannee to take place at teacher at Wellborn School pric104
.t' North Florida Junior College In counties, 34. 4650. 8-4700. 7-4750. 8-4800, 01 this termination capacity of his duties u 1064-85. The motion failed! t J .
Pastor's Corner Madison show that 88 Suwannee Some 32 students from other 0-4850. 10-4000. the Superintendent; and that he be carry Action by Board \
County high school graduates are states and one student from Bra- Rk. n CC 10 W/S: 11-6075.Rk. continuing contract to was as follows: member
t attending school there this term. Ell are enrolled this term. II CC 10 NIB: 11-5400. Issued ft Instead of "Tea Brim against
t. The college had a 36 per cent Rk. HI AC W/S MFP 3) 142C1O read "PrIncipal" Dlckman
MINUTES BOARD OF PUBLIC -4320., thing Principal"Superintendent.
By REV. Increase In total number of students 3-4340. 3-4280, Williamson Crews for
over last year and this -ep- INSTRUCTION' SUWANNEE 5-4360. 8-4400. 7-4440. 84480 Barnett for
Pastor, First Presbyterian Church resents an even greater percentage COUNTY. FLORIDA 0-4520. 10-4560.Rk. recommended that Mr. Leroy Vann againstA
L Increase than was had during Live Oak, Florida HI AC NIB: 3-3090. 3- Bowdoin be transferred from
tie previous July 10, 1964 4030. 4-4070. 6-4110, 8-4150, position as Principal Suwannee motion was made >i D.r&_
The preservation of state's tore, mercenaries, racists, or big year.Enrollment this' totals 714 SPECIAL MEETINGThe 7-4100, 8 4220. 0-4270. 10- Ugh School, and that he be appointed man seconded by Brim And cat
year andErector Pled to transfer
rights and Individual right Is a government? Or do we have theChristian meeting was called to order General Supervisor Mrs Amelia Suro
students, 425 men and 280 wom-
concern of many people today. guts to examine thoroughly compared to 524 last year. at 8:00: p.m. by Henry E. 4310.Rk.. III CC W/S: 4-4550, &- of Instruction for Su Dobbins to Wellborn Schoo'! I tithe :
This U a legitimate concern, for the real cause ourselves en Vann, Chairman Other members 4490. 6-4530. 7-4570. 8-4610, wannee County, effective July 1964-63 school yell cas4'eta
it seems that In many area we ? Madison County leads In number present were: L. M. Crews Jr., 0 4650. 10-4690. 21, 1964. A motion was\ made b> Barneti
are becoming puppets of an ever Ood Is still running the show on of students attending with V. V. Brim Otto DIckman and Rk. HI CC NIB: 4-4250, G4200 A motion was made by Brim, seconded by Dlckman. aJcI> Clt-
expanding central government. this old earth. He still governs 131. Leon and Taylor Counties Thonls Barnett 6-4330. 7-4370. 8-4410. seconded by Crews, and unanimously tied unanimously to pa Ftank
' paused long run a close second and third with of the 4490. carried to appoint Leroy Clark mechanic, at the :ate 01|
But. have we ever the affairs of men. And this Ood Reading the minutes of 0-4450. 10- 40
enough to wonder why thU U intends for men to be brothers 107 and 100 respectively. Other previous meeting was omitted. Rk. III CC 10 W/8: 11-5690. Bowdoin to the position of General 225.00 per month until the beginning .
happening? I submit that It la not with all the respect, sympathy, county totals are: Hamilton 90; Discussion was held concerning Rk. III CC 10 N/8: 11-5240. Supervisor and Director of of the 1964-65 school ats
because of power erased politicians concern: and active love ImpliedIn Jefferson, 09; Duval, 38; Lafay- several Items relating to the Ilk III MFP 5): 2-3040. 3- Instruction for Suwannee County.A year (classes), trDs
or the communist philosophy the meaning of brotherhood. 1964-65 budget. 3080 4-3120, 0 3160. 6-3200. motion was made by Dlck A motion was made t b\' Bar.
as aome recklessly charge. It 1s But as Individuals w'e have restricted power\ of government. The paradox Further discussion was held 7-3240, 8-3280. 0-3320. 10- man seconded by Crews and nett, seconded by Brim and carried
because of lack of Individual re our brotherhood to those is that we want the government concerning the teacher salary unanimously carried to appoint to set the salaries for the
sponslbllity responsibility lowed of our race, our social status, our to play big brother whenit schedule Superintendent Williamson 3360.Rk.. IV W/B (MFP 4): 1-3200, O. N. Rutledge as Supervising 1984-65 school year for the toi u
Ood and our fellow man. economic level, our "kind, suits us (new highways, courthouses had prepared three (3) 2-3240, 3-3280, 4-3320, 5- Principal of Live Oak Schools for lowing persons as indicated F
The communists and other eaten Where Individual responsible postofflces, laboratories, proposed schedules. After much 3360. 6-3400. 7-3440, 8-3480. the 1964-65 school year, subjectto Glen Sumner from |3 660 00
driven opportunities merely exploit alls to fulfill Ood's Intentions for military Installations, disasteraid discussion and some modification, 0-3520. 10-3560.Rk. the approval of the Trustees, to 4000.00: 1sdB
our own destructive tendencies Us children, the government business subsidies and loans, the following salary. schedule was IV NIB: 1-3000. 2-3040, effective July 27, 1964. Thomas L. Boatrlght from dlB
ard deliver the coup d'etat. takes over When we u indlvi etc. in our area), but we detestIts adopted for the 1964-65 school 3-3080, 4-3120. 0-3160. 6- A motion was made by Dick- $.060.00 to U.300.00. b
Disease causing duals deny men certain freedoms role where it rubs against our term: 3200 7-3240. 8-3280, 0-3320, man, seconded by Crews, and Frank Clark from $306000to c
within and around ua at aU the government steps In and enforces prejudices or puts a dollar in SALARY SCHEDULE 1964-65 10-3360. unanimously carried to appoint 3300.00; s
times. But as long as we observe them. When we as Individuals someone else's pocket.We SUWANNEE COUNTY Rk. V W/B: 1-3000, 2-3040, John Johnson as Principal of the *Louis J. Berry from 51.ZOO. '
the basic rules of hygiene and neglect our old folks the complain about the government Rk. I AC W/S (Ml'? I): 1- 3-3080. 4-3120, 0-3160. 6- Suwannee High School for the 00 to 450000. i Qo Qt
f diet these bacteria are unable to government steps In and provide usurping our individual 6250. 2-6300, 3-0350. 4-5400. 3200. 7-3240. 8-3280, 0-3320. 1964-65 school year, effective August Other routine Items of business
break through our physical de for them. When we as Individuals freedom. What we need to have 5-5450, -5500. 7-5550. 8- 10-3360. 17. 1964. were discussed. The mat
fenses. But let us neglect or abuse neglect the sick and Indlgen? the burned into our minds and heartsIs 5600. 0-5650. 105700.Rk. Rk. V NIB:' 1-2800. 2-2840. A motion was made by Brim ing was adjourned at 11'00 fI m c
these the truth that man Is NOT 3 2880. 4 2920. 0 2960. 6- seconded Barnett to appoint Everett Williamson
our bodies In some way and government steps in and tikes I AC N/S: 3-5050. 35100 - by t
shrewd opportunities of destruction our place as brother to them FREE, In the sight of Ood, to 4-5150. 5-5200, 6-4250. 3000. 7-3040, 8-3080. 0-3120. Thomas S. Warren as teacher/ Supt. & Secretary f
wreck Intended be neglect his brother. 10-3160. at Clayland School for Board of Public Instruction
break through and Christianity was to 7-5300. 8-5359, 0-5499. 10- principal '
havoc with our well being. Who "socialistic", If we mean by that "Do not be deceived; Ood Is not 5450. Rank I and Rank II receive the 1964-65 school year. Motion Henry E. Vann, Chairman
are we to blame the bacteriaor term that the strong are responsible mocked, for whatever a man Rk. I CC W IS: 4-0600. 5- $5000 for each year experienceout carried unanimously. Board of Public Instruction t

ourselves? Who do we blame to the'weak, the prosperous sows, that he will also reap."I 5550. 0-6600. 7-6650. 8-5700. of- Btste.' not-- to-- exceed m_ 10 __________________ _u__ ,
i for our lots of Individual free to the poor, the intelligent to the And so we are reaping the fruit 0-6750. 10-5800. years all total.
dom Do we look for some scapegoat ignorant, the enlightened to those of strikes, discord, violence and Rk. I CC NIB: 4-5400. 5- Rank III Rank IV, and RankV
such as communism, aglta- who live In darkness. Did not our destruction because the government 5450. 8-5500. 7-5550. 8-5600, receive 40.00 for each year PAINT SALE ,
Lord Jesus remind us that "Everyone ., has to step In and do for us 0-5650. 10-6700.Rk. experience out of state not to exceed I
I to whom much is given, of what God Intended for us to do I CC 10 W IB: 11-6700.Rk. 10 years all total. STILL GOING ON IJ J
Suwannee DemocratSubscriptions him will much be required"? The all the time. Lets not place the I CC 10 NIB: 11-6500. Superintendent Williamsonasked DISCONTINUED COLORS
primary difference bd..enChrlaU.n I "blame on Mams", Let's place it Rk. II AC W/S (MFP 2) : 14650 that the Board clarify, for
socialism and plain socialism where It belongs on our lack 3-4700. 3-4750. 4-4800, him, his employment status at Gal. $2.91 Qts. $ .75
Is that God Intended the' of individual responsibility toward 5-4850, 6-4900. 7-4950. 8- the expiration of his term of offlee. ,
former to be voluntary, based on Ood and our fellowman 5000. 9-0050. 10--5100. After some discussion' a mo-
Listed below are new subncrlp Christian compassion But when, This U the best, and Christianway Rk. II AC N/8: 3-4450, 3- tion was made by Dlckman. seconded Langford Builders Supply
tons and subscriptions renewedto we neglect to exercise voluntary to curb the power of big gov 4500 4-4550, 0-4600. 6-4650. by Barnett, and unanimously -
the Suwannee Democrat from responsibility toward our brother , ernment. 7-4700, 8-4750. 0-4800, 10- carried, "1.0' appoint Everett -
September 4 to September 18. we end up being forced to exercise . L. Williamson as principal 01 llelventton St. S.E. Phone 362-ZS73
NEW suBHCiurxiONS this responsibility by the I (Office Supplier at MeCrlmon's) 4850.Rk.. II CC W 18: 4-4900. 6- I Suwannee Junior High Schoo
L. C. Tomllnson, IU. L._O.
C. R. Watson Mgr.. JasperL.
R. Hammock. Jacksonville
Wesley Much, L. O. Today is '65 Pontiac uay.
Jackson L. Donaldson, Winter ".

Dill Suw.nnee Park N. C Townsend,. MadisonIra River, Jr.Laurinburg College LIbrary. 1965: The year of the Quick Wide -Tracksu

Klght) lit., L. O.
Gary Preston, Bewanee, TrnnBuwannee .
Valley Tractor Co.,

L. O.Dorothy. Lee Cannon, Tallahassee t'cL4: \

C. W. OUlh. LO. .
T. Allison Scott Athens Oa. *
R. M. Vann, McAlpIn
First Federal Savings & Loan,
L. O.
W. L. Howcll. Wellborn
O. P. Rwalls, O'Brien
Mrs Inn Cone, Rt., L. O.
Claude Harper, Rt., L. O.
Fred Wlgelsworth. lit., L. O.
Mrs. T V. P.rrlsh. Hranford : a
Tf'r..UItch.. L. O ? + tar, Le Mans

B L. Nelson Rt, L. O. !t
John Hunter, L o
(Harry Grant. 1. O.
Mrs. Walter Johnson Mt. IJctr--

ry, Oa. What do wt mean by "quick"?Just this A new-all-over
Warren Johnson Rt. L O. : Pontiac Pontiac offering a new Turbo Hydra-Matlc

Lester Howell.Florida WellbornNorth Telephone \ Co. -the silkiest, swiftest-shifting automatic transmission you ever touched a toe to; eager new Trophy V-8

L. 0.Mrs. power; new steering agility; surer-footed Wide-Track ride.And I new Pontiac Tempest that's become even
F. C. Ledbetter, Pensacol
Blsler Clayton, L. O. more of a Pontiac with new style, new length and Pontlac-qulck reflexes to match. You never knew cars

a. B. French. Palatka "could be so beautiful and so keenly alert to touch.
Harry T. Reid Funeral" Home, your This Is your year to drive I Wide-Track-quick I

t Japer
lluth B. Padgett. LakelandR.
F. Moneley, Wellborn l'
D. F. Chandler, L O. '\

Tommy Edwards. I* O 1//
Caribou Publishing Co.. Carl
bou Maine
H M. Ward RU L. O
Mary Catherine nail O' rif'n

J. T Barnes Largo ,
Wilbur 8. Dell Rt Auiuslln .9. .

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'65 PontiaC PontiaC How does the success ear outdo Itself for 1965 Beaut.fuHy. Just beautifully. But this Pontiac has no r rrt 1
intention of by on looks alone, though it could. So '
IN*, rw quickneu. Pontiac ,ry..., A '
MW nimbleness. New fuel uvings. A smooth,, easy "" nd.. Drive a '65 Pontiac and Me how I r
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'65 Pontiac Tempest Tempest's ev.n moN of a Pontiac now, and what mae coM car be than VWI TN '65 Tempng M. -

boss We a Pontrar. as you un .... Rd.. .... a Pontiac on WkJ: .Traca. Goes ". a Pont-. I '"' .
= too .
silofllesteni 140-hp an Is stand.and. Or pas un PM a quick V,a up to 28S t\p.You" wond how we can keep the: 1 .,
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01TIS BROWN' MOTORS, INC 500 West Hcmard Street




I. before the Board relative to his 1964-65 school Motion and High to Wellborn. and
t year carried man seconded by Crews, Supt. Secretary
HOME position as bus driver. The Board unanimously. : carried 'to appoint the following As there was no further business I I Board of Public Instruction
l creed to further consider his A motion was made by Crews, Individuals as bus drivers: the meeting was adjourned. Henry E. Vann. Chairman I
n csse and to advise him at a later seconded by Dtckman. and carried I Lumas MeCull ra. Roland W. Everett Williamson Board of Public Instruction
DEMONSTRATIONNOTES date.The unanimously to appoint Mr.: Howard O'Neal Johnson Frasle
following Negro citizens WUlard A. Patterson as teacher/ Moore. Willie Young
were present for a discussion: con. principal at the Wellborn School A motion was made by DIek-
coming the dedication ceremony for the 194-65 school )ear. man seconded by Brim and car-
for the new pool adjacent to the A motion was made by. Barnett rledthat Thomas U Dobbins be
With MISS BERNICE SUITER Douglass School: site which Is to 'seconded by Brim, and carried assigned to Clayland School al
Horn Demonstration Agent be held July 19. 1004: Rose Fuller to grant maternity leave for the classroom teacher for the 1964
-- Charlie hail E. K. Bass Eva I 1964-65 school year to Revla C. 65 term Motion carried
Everyone looks forward to the Yeast bread exhibits. Mae Kelly Orover Mackey City Munch. Motion carried. A motion was made by Dick-
I Su nnw County Ffcir. Don't Well see you and your exhibits I Recreation Director Charles Pul A motion was made by Barnett man, seconded by Brim and carried -
' vouv And do you know how you at the County Fair beginning Icy Police Chief Elwood Howard seconded by. Crews and carried to employ Columbus Jenk-
can make this the best fair of October 19th. City Councilman Norman Prots- to approve the following leaves: ins u truant officer' for the Negro -
,41 n'. simple plan to exhibit. . man Mayor Marvin Phillips and Jessie Hsddon: Annual July schools Motion carried
There are two booths for Indic Spice cake: To one package Sheriff Duke McCalllster mere 29-August 11. 1964 The matter of other property
udual exhibit one for canned spice cake mix add 2 tablespoons also present for the discussion Jessie Haddon: Personal leave needed by the school was discussed ,
: goods and one for household artt. Instant coffee.MINUTES. A group of Negro citizens were (without pay) August 1218. .
most of you do not receive present and stated their concern Approval was given to the following i
Since catalog, let me give you BOARD OF PUBLIC about the students not being per- 1964Thomas L. Dorsett Jr.: Annual transfers:
I fair
a score card and rule for these INSTRUCTION. SUWANNEE' mitted to leave the school July 20-August S. 1964 Nan Martin from Suwannee
the COUNTY FLORIDA grounds at Douglass High School: Lewis M. Tucker: Temporaryduty filch to Nettle Batsden
booth Live Oak. Florida during the recess and noon periods - July 17-28. 1964 Dorothy Jean Johns from IiiiuJtIIJ
, CANNED GOODS: Any womanin July IS, 1964 The principal was Instructed James L. Bevel: Annual August Wellborn to Sumanne Junior
\the county may exhibit by registering The meeting was called to order to provide forms to be signed by 8-15. 1964Christine High
canned goods by noon. at 9:00 am. by Henry E. the parents, allowing the studentsto Caldwell: Annual A, E. Wlmberly -- from Wellborn J
Friday October 16th. Label the Vann Chairman. Other member leave the school grounds. July 37-31. 1964 to Suwannee Junior
) jar on top,with (a) name of pro- present were: L, M Crews Jr. V Discussion was held concerning A motion was made by Barnett hitch
duct and (b) name and address.Be V. Brim. Thonls Barnett, and the assignments for various ad- seconded by Brim, and (carried to Barbara Pierce from Wellborn -
sure Jar tops are new or free Otto Dlckman mlnolstratlve and teaching posi approve the following teachers, to Pine View Elementary \ .
from rust. Important all The scripture reading was ,IY. tions. subject to the approval of the r 't t
t canned goods must be in stand- en by Superintendent Williamson. A motion was made by Crews, Trustees: Carolyn Wtnburn from Sumannee ( : r
aid containers If the food requires Prayer was led by L. M. seconded by Dickman to appoint Marianna Prot man Branford High to Pine View
processing. Others may be Crews Jr.Minutes. Mr. T J. Geiger as principal/ School: ElementaryJoe '
in untempered jars (such as Jellies of the July. 1, 1984 tescher at McAlpin School for the A motion was made by Dlck FlInt from Suwannee ) i j jg
and Jams). read approved
Entries will be Judged on the meeting Mr. P.were C Crapps and Jr. appeared t-.unu..............u.u..u..u..u...........n..u........uuu......................a

container; the pack (fullness, before the Board expressing his 'fi
uniformity and proportion of concern and Interest In a voca- i r ry
food to liquid); and the product tional-technical school for this We and Sell Shelled Corn
'color, texture, and quality), area as well as other needed 1mprovements Buy '
You may exhibit canned vegetables lie presented a let- !f!
fruit, Juices, pickles, catsups ter regarding this matter and requested !
. sauces. Jelly preserves and the signature of the ,
jams. Chairman. Board of Public In- -- ., - - Ii1Ifi. I
A special exhibit of 2 Jars of structlon. Mr Crews moved the

tegetabtas 2 fruits, and 1 meat adoption of the letter Motion was ., y t .
may be shown. You must also seconded by Brim and unanl A BONDED
plan a menu using these 5 Jars,I mously. carried.Mr. ; '
and all\ Jars In one entry must be Louis J. Berry School f u
canned by the same woman. Maintenance Coordinator, ap.1 AND INSURED fill 4.j FlI
HOUSEHOLD ARTS: All articles peared before the Board and gavea E Ti Z- v i ii
: must have been completed report of the condition of the I
within the past 12 months, or not roof at Branford School. Mr, Derry CHAIN U.
previously shown at the Fair stated that he felt that the i f '
t Here you can exhibit articles that leaks could be stopped and that
are embroidered, crocheted ap- the cost would be approximately
pliquod. knitted or cut-work. $400 00 to $500,00. STORAGE[
Quilts, rugs throw pillows, and A motion was made by Barnett,
clothing may also be exhibited seconded by Crews and carried - -
As the Judges examine these to make repairs In the above stated -
entries they will be asking Is amount, to the roof. s Dealers In
It practical for its Intended pur- Mr. Berry also pointed out the "
i a. pose: how Is the workmanship, need for refinishing the floorsat Phillips 66" Anhydrous Ammonia
are colors) and designs well chosen Nettie Balftdrn School.: Aftera /
? You might ask yourself these thorough discussion on said Agrico FertilizerBulk : :
questions as you select and prepare matter a motion was made by:
your articles. Dlckman. seconded by Brim and
Don't forget the Yeast Bread (carried to refinish the floors In or Bagged
exhibit, This Is open> only to the Nettle Balsden School - -
adults and only one entry will Iler Owlnn and Robert OwlnnJr. '
be accepted from an Individual. ., appeared before the Board See Us For Your Fall Seed Needs--
So plan to make your best Yeast relative to his running over a cow .
Product sweet bread or rolls) supposedly. owned by the 1"I".A
and bring In on Monday. morning< Superintendent Williamson stated --Let Us Fill Your ASCS Purchase Orders
October 19th. Judges will taste that he had no report that
'heft products and will Judge on the said cow did belong to the
''xture, flavor aroma, and ap- FF.A. and that further investigation
:)f ranee Several brought In ex- would have to be made. It
,""llent Yeast products last year, was suggested that the matterbe SUWANNEE! GRAIN CORPORATION
v> hope these will participate: discussed with Mr, Alfred
rain, and we especially f'ncourI I Alrth. Attorney for the School
ice others to exhibit. Premiums Board.
l/l Mile North! of
."!II l be awarded for all worth. Mr Clifford Jacksw appeared .
North Houston St. Livestock Market :

Phone 362-3596 At Night 362-1164 .: NEW LOW PRICE

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Veneer-One or Two Baths Ward Fertilizer Company Has


Located SMALL In Edgewood Financing DOWN PAYMENT Subdivision. Complete Fertilizer ServiceTo $11 Arras sa squats/ LtMMta


W. G. MULLINSPhone *

right . It's "Rockln" Ck ir" asy. lo fertilise your crops. Just
362-2057 pick up your phone and. call any of th. Ward Fertiliser men titled below. Tall ROOFING ft SIDING '
them what you want and .h.,.. you want it . they'll. .. do She r.... LONG W1DC-8TRONO: ,

Tobacco, corn, cotton, paanuta, pasture . no matter what your crop therws ;
( a Ward FartUisar to fit your n..... Ward r.r.m."Tope. .. On All Your -y_..'ww..vwe taws ,tow AgaM wa s rw Sell/
Crop. f k hn,. fast ,sm.e Ikvw! .letio' '
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And for lopdre. or stdedraasinf you Anhydrous Ana
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M.Ia le.-CAlM ,a Sftf -Ta laclaa+4 I I. :/M 6 to 24!..<..(.*t,44 Inch: ** alter leppkwl l
Mixed Fertilizer Morea LiqutFeedBulk
Ogee 12:41--Maul. 1:MK I Seed &**., fwr* Asa to* J*4nllb wtwfe you buy bui.....
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Anhydrous Ammonia Early &: Common wJRb'. loaf") .,,_.
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-I Conrad WosnblaHENRY ........ ......... I Wt custom-cut to tnth to fit your building*, .
PULVER t.a. 01. pullet "......
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CAKTOO BRANFORD FLORIDA -935-2101 it i .Yew. Low Prk.n on r..tra--8t.ftlth; Diamond RJb too.





I Hunter-Ward I I t. B. ..DI. tb. .. .... of the followhicertmeale bidder at tko eourt heuee doer .on the...
(91 gA == Ladyland 4-II Club Public NoticesNOTICE aaa flked .... eertlfltetee. feeS first Monday I* Month ., 0......... lets
: >>, tax deed t* a. leaned thereon. Tn* which I* the Ith Say of October. IM4.
Selects NeW' OfficersThe j certificate number. and rear ., laaeana Dated this lit day of """' ......... lest .
*, tk* description the p nndtb LAVAUGHN A. SESSIONS: Clerk,
Ladyland Community 4-H name. to which It *>aa aateaaed are of C....." Court .of .........
Club one of the new clubs In the OF PUBLIC HEARING ONAND ai follow*ICertificate i Cosatr, FI.......
M*. St. IM9
county, met Tuesday. September VACATEFIANDETO RENOUNCE Year of I...... 1001. i
b WOMEN U, at the Community Center to AND DISCLAIM THE RICHT OF SU- Omerlptlon. el Prepertf Her lit FtS i IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
organize and elect officers. IN CERTAIN AVENUES AND run S11/Ft.: 8 II* it. W SI* Ft i FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
.'.. Officers Officers elected: were A STRUT IN IDLE-EASE. SUBDIVISION N tl* Ft i* FOB. Beetle. II. T..... I IN RE: F.,... of

CLARA S. WADSWORTII Society Editor '.:.... I Laura Thomas, girls' president; NOTICE M HEREBY GIVEN that 1'1.ahlp..(..South wklch Beat.._...IS. c.EaaU.... Smith.i: HARRY MATHEW Deeeaaed MO8ELET,
,. Charlie W, Hunter, boys' president the Board of County. Cemmlaalonera of AU of said. property beta.; I. the Notleo Of 1.__. T. Make
----- ------- .uweane, County, Florid. will, bold a Conaty ., .u....... State of Florida.Ualea Application) For Flu.i Dlackart
; Randy Shaw vice president public.. bearln at llt 0 'clock A. M. mi Bach e.rtUle.t..r..rtlfkru." Notle la hereby clven,. that Emma
Mrs. Howes Garden Club Held ... ; Beverly Hughes, secretary- the *th Air of October l.... ea us application shall ... redeemed. according .. law, the ......". Admlnlatratrll' .of tb* Estate
made to MM Board to .....&*. property d..erih.ds ...It certificate orcertificate of Harry Matbew .._..,. Deeeaaed baa
treasurer; Lynda Ward council abandon. renonneo and dlacUloa any will, e. sold to tk* btcbeatbidder filed hot Final Report and Aveouatlae.and .
Circle Hostess First Meet FridayFriday delegate: Olinda Black, reporter: rlcht/ of th. Countof ..wan nee and at th. court none* door en the Petition for Final I Dlecharce .. Ad-
t... public I. .* following- flrai Monday .. Month ., 0......... "", .....t..trt. of the Eatat of Harry
Sandra Thomas, recreation: lead. hid street .. which I the Ith of ... .
day I.
'" named avenue s ldl.- H. Matbew "_10,. Dereeaodl and that
The Barbara Smith Circle of the Live Oak Garden er; and Buster Ward song leader. Bubdlvlalon. ..-wltI, Dated this lat day of September. |t... on tbe lOtb day of October., lt(4 will,
tho First Baptist Church met for Club Inc. met at the Garden VAUGHN A. SESSIONS. Clerk apply, .. the Honorable. R.... B.._f.
their regular meeting Monday Center for their first of I flawannee A......... LESS end EX. of Circuit Court of Suwanne, County Jdt. of "....... County, for
on meeting
Adult leaders Mr. and Mrs. County. Florida. .
are CEPT the portion Immediately alt approval of aald Final Report and A..
night at the home of Mrs. W R. the new year, which was a general Leo Thomas and Mr and Mrs. of Lot II and It.'Block II:l M n.u aountlnuand. for Final Dleckar** .. Ad.
110...... Taylor Avenue. Hamllto mlaletratrtx of the Ea
on tats of Harry
Howes. meeting with the Redbud i4. Charlie Hunter. A....... Jefferaoo. A......... from NOTICE ".tllla", M_a.... Dereaaed.Dated .
The meeting was opened with Circle u hostess for the covered o the becinnlnv each of said atreeta I will net be ", _.'''1. for asp debt this' Ittb day of September
prayer by Mrs. BUl.8troup. fol. dish luncheon. at the !Southern! boundary af aaldubdlvlalon mad or chcka.. .,.... by any purses .....
Card Of Thank to Geertla Street I and other than .,..If. i EMMA YOSELEYAd.lslatratra
lowed by Bible meditation by Mrs John Castleberry presented JOHN HOMER HOUCK aforeaaM
Mrs. Howes. The business meet. Dick Lundy to the members We wish to express our heart Alabama Street from Its E*.tern I T.I. Stephen Feeler Hotel I II I 15.11
beglnnlnv to Columbia A venue|
ing was presided over by Mrs. Mr. Lundy gave an Interestingand felt thanks to each and everyone NOTICE OF APPLICATION i
James Long chairman. After a informative program on who assisted us during the illness. LESS and EXCEPT. any portion. of FOR TAX DEED
report of committees, and the "Landscape Design". and death of our mother Mrs. any, of. said the avenue rla-ht-of-way. and street of River filarwIthi. '. NOTICE SEC.IS HEREBY 104.IS. F.S.GIVEN thatJ. USE

discussion of new and old business Following the program a short Mary Elizabeth Hlnes. Road, a _.t, road. new runalnethroork B. Mllla the hold..1 the followlncertificate '
Mrs ......
Mollie King "I West said '.1.10. SI feet Inwidth. .... filed said eerUflcalea for
For the food and flowers and
the meeting was turned business session was presided over Daval Street a ... deed to be leaned thereon. Th. FUCO
over to the program chairman. by Mrs Lawrence Lee announce the words of consolation we will si- .rtlflcato' number and year of laauanc -
THIS September. S. It... the . the and i
engagement of of property
Mrs. Howes. Assisting In the program S si her daughter, ways be grateful. May Ood bless tb* a..... In which It was, *....*. arc
entitled "WMU Helping MM Sara Elisabeth Hunter '7l each and everyone of you. BOARD OF COUNTT MISSIONERS a* follow, tCertificate Brand

The Church Worship", were Mrs. Julie Anne Jernigan Union Street to John Charles The Family of UWANNEE S/ BILL COUNTY.0. .BONDS KIX1RIDA Year of laaaanr No. 11.I....

I. J. Allen. Mrs Taylor, and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Jernl- Ward Jr., son of Mr. and Mr. Mrs. Mary E. Hlneso ChairmanATTKHTl Description. of. ........rt,. Lot IB, Blk InsecticideFOR
II. Carroll Add. SerthM tl, Townahlp
Frank Johnson. gan of Sanford are happy to announce John Charles Ward S06 Lincoln LAVAUOHN- A. SESSIONS t Booth Ranr II Ea...
The meeting was adjournedwith the adoption of a daughter Avenue, Clearwater The National Education Association ClerkNOTICE N... I. which ........ Fred c......
III." All of odd property belnv In the
sentence prayers by various Julie Anne on September The bride-elect born i reports that the highest County of ..",....... State of ..Iori....
members.A In salaries for college and university OP APPLICATIONFOR Dale.. "
rash certificate or certificate
IB, 19(14. The baby who was born BEST
Live Oak and attended Sawan. Is. In the far west; TAX DEED I I shall be redeemed. accordl.** to law, the RESULTS
social hour professors paid
followed with refreshments on July 28, 1004, join a brother nee Count. SEC. 14.10. P.S. property deacrlbed' In ant* certificate or
served by the hostessto Jeff, 3s.The High School and the lowest In the southeast. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tbat certificate will b* old to the hlhctClOMlirtect '

the 11 members and one visitor maternal grandparentsare graduated from Tomllmon's Vo-

) present. Mrs. George E:. Dexter and I rational School of Practical NorIng -

S the late Mr Dexter. The paternal ' St. Petersburg She li presently For Salt>-Real EstateFOR

grandparents are Mr. and Mrs employed at Meat llospltaL -

Jay Ragan UnderwoodMr W M. Jernlgan, all of Uve Oak r apppDJy BALE Three bedroom

and Mrs. Donald Under. . Her fiance wa born In Tampa house new roof natural gas.
wood and attended 7/ High corner lot. Phone
of Jacksonville announce elementary schools' 3832417. -

the birth of a son. Friday, September Card Of 'n.llnk"We ; In Clearwater and graduated 218 South Hou4toaSUcdJJ _

U, In St. Vincent's Hospital wish to take this opportunity from Clearwater high School II. MISCELLANEOUSVISIT FOR SALE 19.22
In Jacksonville. to express our apprecla
received' his
Biological FOR
Seine SALE
The baby weighed 8 pounds tlon to the hospital staff, Dr. Bee major In pre-medlelne FOR SALE-All Wes of tarpaulIns. house Five 'acres with
at Florida ANNTJTa BEAUTY SHOP. trailer and additional
S ounces and has been named tolongo, and our many friends guaranteed not to leak
<< State
Jay Ragan Underwood. who sent cards and flowers durIng University. II. was put LITTLE ADS Machine machlnelest. and cold Ottls Brown Motors. cdJJ tf living room bedroom newly
president of men's wave permanent given. Operators constructed. Also small tool
Mrs Underwood .Is the Illness and death of our : scholarship
Linda Brsnnon. daughter the of former Mr father, Mr. M. E. Barber W" ho.... Tallahassee and U a BIG RESULTS Annie II. Mills Helena FOR BALK-New and used plan. room three Inches deep well

and Mrs Julian Braonon of this thank all of you from the bottom i member of the Naval R'..".... Humpf. and Mary Drew os. Frier Music Co- North Okie completely furnished and air
city. of our hearts for everything that Boatrlght. Phone 3831831.csjj Ave. Live Oak. conditioned All you need .Is

S was done In our behalf. BUT-BELL-EXCHANGE tf 3822188.cajj U groceries and move In. Four

The Family of Suwannee Senior 4-11 miles from Live Oak on paved

CarL Of ThanksTo M. E. "Ed" Barber Whatever the purpose you wW' FARMERS FOR SALE Wisconsin engines road. Call Paul A. Byrd Realtor

S S Club Name"*' Leaders find Democrat claaulfleds .. MONEY for and parts. Clinton engines and 408 South Ohio Avenue

all members of my famlland The Suwsnnee the Job, quickly and well. at reasonable your farm cost. operations Termsto parts. V-belts. pulleys, and Live Oak Florida cgdd 19.22
my many friends. Words Pineinount'McAIpinRevival 4.11 Club - fit your need Loans to sheaves. Chain saws. Electric
are held IU first up FOR SALE
Inadequate for expressing m, meeting of the new 7 years. Can North Florida" Pro Service Co.. 903 6th St.. phone 3-bedroom frame

,gratitude but humbly, "I thank Services school ference year Tuesday In the Con DEADLINE FOR INSERTION duction Credit Assn.S.Ohio Ave 362-3031. Night phone 382-3219 St.home 3 years old at 1633 Ruby t.

you", each and every one. for beIng Revival services will begin at Room of the Agriculture 1:04): ) P3C. T.....'. Live Oak. Tel 363-2588. csj jtf Inglwlde Subdivision. Sale
so nice and thoughtful Plnmount MeAlpln Baptist Building at 7:30: pm. with the e abetfMONUMENTS price $7500; $1300 down or will

ing my recent sickness dur. Church Sunday, September 21. adult leaders, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd FOR SALE Quality lawn mow. accept any f lng of equal value

flnement to the Baptist and con and run through October 9 I, Eubank, Mr. and Mrs Edward era. Light farm and garden In trade Instead of down pay-
l lal l Hospital. May Ood bless which Is homecoming day Howland. and Mrs. Pearl Cannon. LOW RATE FOR RESULTS tractors, parts and service. Electric ment. $8200 to be financed by

an. you Services each evening at 7:43: present. Service Co., DOS 5th Si- FHA at 8U% Interest. Monthly .

Mary B.: Greene Rev. Ellis Turner will be the Election of officers was the 114 cents per word, with a phone 362-3031. Night phone I payments $37 month Interest .
main business of the YTo have a complete Ine of 382-3219. cajj tf and principal
evangelist. Olen Sumner Is the meeting and minimum of .1..*. phone Mr.

i (Paid Notice) pastor. Fiord Eubanks presided until the !I (AU classifieds. ....& W paid monuments built to year specifications FOR SALE: Remington Urea A Kushlll Collect Lake City 752739. -
new president were elected. Phvi.Us and *r ctd .n yourcemetery .
Rowland was chosen ath.. i .la ........| Plot. general line of passenger car cbbd tf

.Iris' president and Klah Eubankswas Call or como by and aeo oar and truck tires. Before you buy FARMS
tires check ROUSES
prices with Howland's
selected J<< as the new boys' display at 41< E. Howard Street. ACREAGE
Grocery. Open seven LOTS
preildent. ONE WEEK FREE
Other officers elected to serve JAMES n. DANIELS days a week. call tf
THANKS. with the president were Dill CUMifleds ordered for five ATTENTION FARMERS Full Registered. A. BYRD
FUNERAL HOME Real Et.... Broker
Cannon vice
president: Wllla works. nn the last week free. line of field fence and fence OFFICE"

. Lundy. secretary-treasurcr: Mar. $...* will pay for a M word cbej ttLOS' pouts for sale. Also full line of Phone: 4041 383.13 8 Ohio Ave.

fie McDonald, council delegate; advertisement for five weeks. roofing supplies, gslvanlaed and LIVE
Cathy Hall reporter; Pam Parramore. Fry roofing. HOWLAND'S OAK. FLORIDA
Use Rowanneo Democrat CUamJ.fleds / B., and fell With
: recreation leader; aftd for Prove ....I&&. "u "' GROCERY. Call tfMAYHATII Confident
Words cannot express our appreciation Claudlo McDonald song leader. ROCK-BOTTOM cabj tf .

i The club was reminded of the RATEStau..t
Suwanne County Fair and the FOR SALE: -. My home guest

for all the help givento North Florida Fair at Tallahassee FOR RENTFOR RICH CAPELL 20"ELEVATORSAUOERS OALV. CORN house and furniture on Eleventh .
and urged to enter their f'a- 'llalf 5SU UVTMt *uV 'or* Aocel St. Contact Mrs. Irby H
hibitsHrrc. ilMaailtts.rsn 191.1179 SPRAYERS *"**.
RENT! Melbourne, ".. BUTLER: call tf
1/1 fyLM..N.NN..NN..N. -
us during the flood. Our sin S S 1 two story duplex close In near .. Oraln Bleu All Metal Panel A nice house for sale and a nice

Anil Tlirrr river on business corner furnUhed. : WEIGHT safely with new Frame Buildings for Equipment 2'bedroom place In town for
Rent or sell. Owner Mi A-DIET tablets. Only 93c. rent. Call
DEX- Sheds Hay Darns Warehouses, 383-2933 or 983-2743.
cere thanks to all who helped so Zack McLeod. a Florida State ami. ill-I-3400 or Drury: Real Cheek Drug. pafJJ 18-33 etc. cajj tf

freshman spent the week end: Estate Satellite Beach, phone 100% Financed\ At Low InterestTo
with his parent, Mr, and .Mrs 283-4587 pdJJ 18-30 It .1s not too early to have Per Farmers. FOR SALE-Brick home. 2 bedrooms. -

W Z. McLeod.MUs ---- -- sonallxed Christmas Cards Up to 7 Years To Pay, 1 bath, large family room.
willingly and to everyone who offered Tina Fletcher. F8U senior FOR nENT--downatalrl furnished made. I will sketch you your MHIVIJ. S1MUYKH carport and garage, cable TV

spent the week end with her apartment large screen porch. family or home for reproduction yllrrl.YBRANFORD Pearl Ave. located 1 block fromIt'Ot'ry.

father, Rudolph Fletcher at MeAlpln. private bath and entrances. Call on your card. This Is alsoa Aim let Sherwood Fore .
to assist us. We are grate 383-3184 or 383-I39J. call tf good Idea for thank you HIGHWAY CITY t. Call 383-2053 after 5 pm
Sketches made In
notes. pen
S S cub tf
FOR RENT Spares for mobile CALL
PO. ..
and Ink. Peter Rlchardwn. -
homes. Plenty' of room. Nice Ilex 133. Branford. Phone 93332$3. T. .. MrCAU. FOR SALE 30 acres land 4
ful all of J"'I''U: Cr4'en:
to you. and clean. Good well water. cub tf BRANFORD FLA. miles south of Live Oak on US

Mr, and Mrs Joseph 1:. Green Lake for fishing and swimming. . paeJJ. 15-29 139. 990 ft highway frontageall

of Live Oak announce the birth Morgan's Trailer' Park WANTED AT ONCE A part In grass and several pine
of US 90 West Live Oak. Florid" ner to buy Interest In a motel. I trees on back of
a son September 17. In the FOR SALE Singer sewing machines property. Call
Suwannee County Phone 383-2018. pcfdj 19-19 10 units. 7 cottages, on US 1 383-3079. ceb n. '
Hospital. and other types. Rebuilt |
We are temporarily out of business The baby writhed 8 pounds -FOR RENT--- A-place for--men-- dote to Jacksonville.needed.Woman Call electric machine like new in FOR SALE '- .old. :3-bod-

and ciw-hAlf ounce and has been to U.... Refrigerator gas stove preferred. $2000 nice cabinet, $89 M. AU brands room home on Pearl
Ave. Small
named James Everett Oren.a Inner spring mattress IS 00 per 284-9150 evenings between 5:30: repaired by etpert. Also specials .
equity and
until our store can be reno I ,._11. IU W. 2nd SU poJJ 19 and 419. Jacksonville.7.00.: or writs. Rt.ccfh 6 19-20 Dos In Singer treadles. Can Mrs. $71 81 per month.aMume This paymentsof houae

C. O. Th.... T34 Brown 8%. was NEVER
aril Of Thank FOR RENT Unfurnished .u threatened by the

vated. We be back in busi- house IU' miles west of Live recent flood. Can 383.190.
hope to We want to take this oppor. Oak on Madison Road. Call THE DESTFOR SALE- 1 saddle horse and Cab 19

I unity to express our sincere sp- Lake City 7J3-3J43 mornings r.A J LESS! I Shetland pony Can 3C2313S.cbJJ FOR SALE Apartment house.

i predation to everyone for food.lowers until 13 noon. raj] It .wI SUCH CAMXL I 19-30 I apartments furnished
possible. ( cards, visits and prayers. on
nss as soon as
and for all exprvaaions of sympathy ill"-m'nt ... Rr. Aprl.arw.sarrl A NUMBER ONE: barber businessIn Parahely St,, close to schools..

extended us during our .... FOR RENT 3 bedroom unfurnished .. 34.$.4178 the heart of Key, Largo. Fla. Good income: property Paul A.

rent bereavement of th* toss of modern hour on ._____ '.'!J tor sale or le..... Also two bedroom Byrd Real Estate Broker,

our loved on*. May Cod bins. Jasper Highway, Call 363.1013.pall furnished house. It InUre __ eajj U

All of our wet goods have been each of you.The of 19 We want to buy your water. dam- S3.S4J1..ted call. collect Joe pcjj Henault.19-30
Family .
I. aced r ns. We alx want your WANTED
Dotis meek HELP WANTED old sword and scabUtrdX they FOR SALE T ft. refrigerator

laundered and dried and are in might be worth more. than you $10. and folding Kodak camera. WANTED
Man for
WAITRE8SEa: WANTED Hurt think We now have a good M. 11$ West 2nd St. pajj 19 established
be over 31. Apply In person ...- stack of now shot guns and Insurance debit. AST 35 to 43.

Pro Football t",en lh* hours of 9-13 ... at rush powered rUVta. Liberal SPTCIALS -- 1 one-row Cue I rDaI' Pd.Contact C W Rrougb-
good shape. We plan a sale to dis Hobday. Inn ResUurant. Lake trade tn aHowatteo. Complete tractor and cuHivator:: I two. ., ton St M3-1M or 3-3l34..

City. cool tf gun repair amko. North Ptor* 1 row Cut tractor and hoist: I tail UWA.vrm
Jacksonville Robins twT>-rtrw Caw tractor and mower
of these CURB HELP: WANTED: NOW. Ida Qua Supply Shop 110 : 1 A8 combine aDd peanut AT ONCE A ...,.
pose soon. North Ohio Avmu Pith 3923Soak
met to buy' interns In etrrU .
.,.*. Ages II to 40. Apply tn person. picking attachment. Other a a

A W Drtv In. c4J! U pJastte above curtain In I Items too at low tow prta**. don unit to 7 rotUrr. on CB I
--- ----------- Jacfcaonvulr. Woman
CHATTANCXXaASATURDAY Bee NewtsAd at OranthasiTractor
mild sotutton 01 Ikquid bleach
L\DID! TUlE IS FLTVIOEarn a I i preferrrtd., jJMO M dr4. CaB
and >t r ttit for half an bout Co East Howard CK.tivo .
in IW-flM)
$540 for Chrtelmas I
events* cwtwtvn 8;.M
your spare ,... Choom your to remove soap gum and soO.. Oak.: FVartd plat 19-23 and T.;... or wm Rt. $ Dog
Tullahaaw* Wash curtain with a brush until Pon.SALE 4>.
own hours. Call Jacfap<1a... ccfh 19-3
tr 22...... or wnto VWC 133ft soU to 1llnutt.d and ruse ..a. I comMn power watt Complete.

SEPT. 26 Tbt.1ru.y R.*d, Tnlalhi pnaap. ,
CtodJ J9-34) The .rdy way Jootir of thoiprrsM .. Tor S.l. ActomotlTw
iF "" Court of the UntiedKates 1'004..101\M Can

GATOR BOWL fluav nab can hear ran W rtsan. ..d from oOVte H2-lnl. -11 19.39Ilratttnts POll SALJt Cb
MM Lard
ails P.M. up to 8aos cr (wr ....... says bf Ijnpwochjnrtit. Plutudlfuts top. u* boot
W fcuUafd ST the flaw Add ma w to dry money CM bey.
Milts $7.00 the attasal tVn oarlMSio Cape Otv
I I But Oral. How SOSM+ .. fish of Ripnointstrvra sad earned. net.dle tta: after frying roO n aw .ro. old car anti a*>
rr. ....
f a."..... 75< pa,..... or $14 a w.*fc.s .


funeral Services Wing Scholarship j Hospital Costs Here Lower I New Wellborn Postmaster Rainfall Is Double

Daily-cost for hoepltalisatlon In Last year's record high shows yr y Last Year's Record
;'Held Sunday the United States rose to a record a aharp rise from the $9.39 daily FlLLI Rainfall measured at headquarters -
high of $38.91 last year ac- cost of 1946.Increased '! of the Forest Fire Control
'For A. W. ClarkLast h cording to the American Hospital labor costs were
Unit here Is nearly twice that of
Association blamed chiefly for the big jump Ma
rites were held for Albert In comparison the average daily not so much due to higher wagesas lat year to date. At this time
Washington Clark at the Orange cost of caring for a patient at to the Increase In employees i last year the county had receive
Baptist Church Sunday. September the 8u"annee County Hospitalwas needed to provide the expanded i It'd 42.11 Inches Of rain. This year
20. at 3:30: pm. with the Rev. only $20M. Mrs. Lois John service available In today's hospitals. Inches has been recorded.
Everett Williamson. administrator, week.More .: I
j H Brown. r son said this Approximately one-fourth of this
and Glenn Sumner officiating I The survey on which the costs year's total fell during the monthof
Burial followed In the Orange Loan Funds were based showed that an average September,
Cemetery.Mr of 241 emplojees were neededto The average weight of rainwater -
Clark who died Septemwt I For Rural Area- care for each 100 patients. I over the area Is nearly 2.000
19 In the Buwanne County E An additional $2 million of rural The average length of stay inall Y tons per acre with lowlands having
Hofpital after a lengthy Illness housing loan funds has been abort term general and other much more. The excessive
was born September 11. 1905 In J tCharles made available by the Farmers special<< hospitals was seven days, amount of water accounts for the
guaannee County and had beena Home Administration for loans to The average length of stay' In the many earth cave-Ins all over the
resident of this county since eligible families In rural areas local county' hospital was 49 county and surrounding areas.
birth. He waa a farmer by voca- who need to replace or repair days. Others will follow and the full
tan: and was a member of the buildings that have been damaged U.New extent of Hurricane Dora's damage
Baptist falth. or destroyed by Hurricane will not be fully realised for
He Is survived by his widow, Dora. Superintendent Leonard months to
F. Mansel I. shown above receiving his notice of appointment come
Mrs Gladys Becton Clark; three These loans are made to farm James Burch. who has been as the Wellborn Postmaster from
postal Inspector D. L.
daughters. Mrs. Melba Jean I owners and owners of other real serving as superintendent of the
V Green Jr.. Cappa. Stansel
ton officially became the Postmaster
new at the close
Richardson of Ocala and Miss estate In rural areas and small Suwannre River State Park at AIR CONDITIONER
Emily Clark: and Miss Brenda Mrs Mary V. Green of this city, rural communities with populations Ellatllle. has been transferred to of business Friday afternoon al S:0ft: p.m., September 11. He sueeeeds -
Clark of Live Oak: five 6uU-rs, was among the 20 I'niTrrslty of up to 3.500 which are not Anastasia State Park at 8t Augustine Mrs Lillian O. SaJnncr who has been the acting postmaster PARTIES: UMCOMFWe
Mrs Gladys Mitchell of Calla- Florida students granted 3. llil- part of an urban area. They are Beach.Superintendent. Now Have Plenty of
nan Mrs. Addle Lowery Mrs lit Miller Scholarships for out made only to applicant! who are John Hale who Siiwannoe llish. ICT Club Naiiim Officer GUARANTEED
Nits! Stavley and Mrs. Myrtl standing achievement at the unable to obtain credit they need has been serving at the Dude The DCT Club at Suwannec llama strt-at-aims, Ollnda
Poole. all of Mulberry and Mrs eleventh annual scholarship eon- from private and cooperative Battlefield Hlstorlal Memorial High School. which U starting its Black, student council representative Suwanne River CatfishBy
Vannie Lane of Live Oak: four vocation held on campus at l lenders, Including the Small Business near Bushnell. has assumed the fourth year met September 9 : and Lynda Ward report the Plate or by the PoundPete'
brothers Nolan Clark of Lake Gainesville last week. Administration whose area job of superintendent at the Ellavllle and elected the following officers er
land and Phil Frank and Ray The local office is located In Jacksonville. recreation center. for the coming school term; The D C.T. program now has Restaurant
Clark. all of Live Oak: and Uocrandchildren. young man was Eligible applicants should contact These are among four supervisory Ervin Crtbbs, president; Ronnie an enrollment of 35 students and 2 Ml. E. Mayo on U. S, 27
\ chosen to represent the collegeof the Farmers Home Administration transfers effected: by the Phillips vice president; Theresa has grown from a membership of Phone 794-4353
Pallbearers were Albert O'- I. business administration.Ills local offices! serving Florida Park Service and were Mlllican, secretary: Becky Tur- 17 four years ago Lea Roberts lathe N. r. WILI.IAMt65's
Stern, Joe Landen Harold Land- wife Is the former Lyndla their area. effective: September II. man. treasurer: Winston Wil sponsor
rn Tom Sheppard Hugh Jolty! Ratllff. daughter of Mrs. and -- -
Curtis Aue Grover Zlppe r. R. Mrs. Clarence Ratliff and GreenIs
L Woods Henry Folsom V. V the grandson of Mr. and Mrs Most Sweeping Changes- .
Brim O. C. Lanier M. I. John. Louis J. Day and Mrs Mattie
Edgar Meeks, J. D. Ellison
lion Green and the late Fred J.
Men Thomas burn Lee Charles Boatrtght Howes. Oneal J. I. Green all of this city RAMBLER ANNOUNCES THE SENSIBLE SPECTACULARSNew

Johnson and Fred McLeod. His scholastic records at North

11 as The in. Buwannee charge of Funeral the arrangements Home- outstanding Florida University Junior have College been and and the are 3 Different Sizes. New! 3 ifTerentVhcclbases. New! 7 Spectacular Engines.


HiUhouse Adds Water Rites Arc Held .. r1' I -

Pond) For Irrigation '-
R A. Hillhouse, a farmer In Archie Brown I
the northeast section of Suwannee -
_. -
County completed digging an Last rites. were conducted for I '
irrigation pond designed to pro- Archie Brown at 11.00: ajn. Wed ::" ...:..:' .-,.. !. .t''!

vide water for four acres of tobacco neada,. September 23, In the Su- 'i..=-.. .. .. .:.. "/ '<.: .:;- -
last week. The pond measured wannee Funeral Home Chapel J.. .. :.. -
295 feet long by 60 feet with the Rev Pomeroy Carter
..side and 'i. nine feet Aftp. Dig- and the Rev. Spivey Brabham of-
"'I$ng was contracted with the i ficiating. Burial was In the Cross
total yardage amounting. to 3.065 Creek Cemetery In Fayettetllle.
yards: I, North Carolina 4.i .
Hillhou was assisted In the Mr. Brown was 80 years of age
design and supervision of con- and died In the Suwannee County -
struction by John Hampton and Hospital Monday after a lengthy
Russell Parsons of the 8u 'annee Illness. He was born In Fay- .- ,. _
River Soil Conservation District. ettvllle and was a retired comptroller i
The county ASC committee for Ptnellas County In-
also aulsted in the construction dustry. He had been a resident of
by providing a portion of the I this county for the past five
money for the work. rears.
i Survivors Include two daugh n
ten Mrs Martha Cheek of Live
DO YOU HAVE AN Oak and Mrs. Clara McCoy of *AC 1>A\IIH 171> A\f\CC\nM1) Jrl (. AClILAItIToc.lI, MW I", ',..1"'It". enllnesfromt ealhnewifl-PpTorgusCorn.'
Gainesville: one sister, Mrs. J. B \JJ llilllAAJIMl9tJdtlJl\. 'Inrowtr. N.. ..'"p".t.. ...%.. SINIBlll! ntsml 2U St' 10 or4l Mwil til (It .Ift. v...
Alcohol Problem? Boyd of Fayettvllle; and sUTsndchildren. Large a4 llswtl of Ike New KamUm Ureoier loom, easy MruJHnf Nl.Wl Own M,.. WI lk. stmaity Amh4xtost "" ....,. ror
We now have in Live Oakan *.,OfJtonal NLWI' Spoiiacular choke of I IWI'.lrII.'v.JI"I.( .ia"lin( new sonouAble$ .
A. P. Molt Bill
Pallbearers were
AA Group ready to
MeManawsy. Bud Golf Brtnson
help you. Swan and J. R McElveen
WRITEP. Suwannee Funeral Home of

O. Box 591, Live Oak was In charge of UK-

LIVE OAK arrangements. .

OR CONTACT YOUR Tough resilient persimmonwood
Physician or Minister Is the first choice of golfers

for club heads. _





FARM EQUIPMENT ,, __::1f -El' iLT FIM e y


: Need Choppers & Field Gates *

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: ONE FOUR WHEEL 65 RAMBLER' 1 CLASSIC CTACULARI ...c,.... must |M,*.rfui. ..,_ of MW rayw (.._.... *,<. T. ( .. r.... .r.0.o ..nAW. S*.I.... bars. \'.. ..,._.up tit 2>a hp ,. Wit ...._...
CORN TRAILER New IMetsie4iata5lse Hss Urf IOC*. 051.0.. AI 1etlslr' I ,Kawd '.-.. ....-- ..?ublo. f.fsy ...*-.., ..r..... .,..
: 0..a.a5..ea Otlwt U I _h. """lW'i i ir.e war .1IoI ''''.........."o4 .1111.".. ..,..

Complete with tires without body s S

Built for body 6 ft. wide, 12 ft. long and jYoRAMBLIvR

38 inches high. All steel built for customer, 1 [; f

that cannot use it on account of hurricane AMERIUNN I [; fI'l

for $240.50. Will sell to first one who .,_ Ica C'-,*,.

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comes for shop cost of .. .i
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$196.25Will w ; f si l."ft, S raNA.N, NcwybniuC[ (ommand; 1 SixesNWV8
.rya 5 i.w+usM aya'

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of material and 1, f. ACw A.yw.oa.p
build body for cost .. .
..... $IW1s 1..... .,,. -W'. .moss Qaa..14'r ...-
: labor. JM icy ..... '-1.1wA. pwe..Jwea.sry,1M., .peer waste.4 ..
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Nothing is bargain if you don't need 1 it. but t lM | km*-.. ..... ............. To* V *.. 211 s4 Wl sea ..
a ....4__rn.4 .._ .".Psis.u,...

if you need a trailer to haul your com and

:. other farm products then this is a bargains. See the Sensible Spectaculars at your Uanililcr/ dealer( : .

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Cecil Dunn. Professional leave tain recommendations forhe Phil Clark were approved as bus
1 Beachville July 30. 31. 10 4. Board's consideration driver for the 1984-65 school
THE A T I Sterling Newton. Professional A request for annual leave by term. .

We are so grateful her that ersburg Friday, leave July. 30, 31, 1984. Mrs. Ines Hudson for the period Leaves were approved as follows -
: the storm did not do too much Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Kirby: Harry Grant, Annual leave was granted : *
BV damage to us. Borne corn: Is blown and daughter Elaine of O'Brien July 27-August 7. 1984. Thomas L. Dobbins requested 'a John Johnson Annual leave
I DOYLE CONNER over, peanuts being harvestedmay were visitors here Friday evening, Olen Sumner Annual leave personal leave of absence for the August 17. 18. 19. 21. 1964.
I I COMMISSIONER be ruined and some trees O. D. Beach and Charles Wood July 27-August 3, 1984. 1964-C5 school: year. A motion O. H. Munch Professional
down but not without M. A. O'Hara, Annual leave made L. M. Crews
many were were business visitors In Gainesville was by: Jr.. sec- leave August 21. 1964.
power at any time. Friday. July 27-August 7. 1964. onded by Thonls Barnett to grant A letter from Joseph Flint was
DEPARTMENT of AGRICULTURE Mr and Mrs. Otto Townsendof Mrs L. A. Tidwell of Lake City Vincent Jones, Annual leave this request. The motion carriedby read. Mr. Flint stated that he was
Lake City visited her parents visited relatives here a few days July 28-August 11. 1964.Professional a vote of 3 to 2. with Otto F. to have an operation and requested
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Tidwell Saturday last week. Vincent Jones Dlckman and V. V. Brim voting a leave of absence for an
Following my report several regular intervals could be put out Their little daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Beach leave July 31, 1964.Professional against the motion.A Indefinite period of time. A motion
I week ago about research: to finda of business by a power failure. Martnelle stayed for a longer and sons Scott and Randy and Lewis Tucker leave of absence for the 198469 was made by Crews, seconded :
means of preventing crop dam Hand milking might solve the visit with her grandparents.Mr Mrs. C. C. Hemphill and son leave July: 31. 1964.Professional school year was granted to by Barnett and carried to
r age caused by redwing blackbirds : problem for a small herd If and Mrs. Hots Spooner and Wayne all of Gainesville visited H. _M. Folsom. Mrs. T. L. (Amelia) DobbiN! grant the necessary leave time.
I received several highly sufficient skilled labor Is available daughter Ginger, of Jacksonville: Mr and Mrs. Willis Beach Sun leave July 31. 1984. were A letter or resignation of Rob A motion was made by Brim,
iI critical letters from bird lovers Hut progressive mechanization came Saturday to visit relatives day afternoon. The following and approved persona subject ert E. Miller was read and accepted seconded: by Crews to appoint
To Illustrate how the redwing has gradually reduced the and move furniture from their Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cannon recommended of the trus- by: the Board. Henry M. Folsom as Assistant
baa become a pest In other places: amount of hand labor required on cottage: on the Santa Fe River on and daughters. Donna and Debbie to the approval Bids on petroleum productsand Supreintendent effective August
beside farmers' fields, is the following dairy farms, as It has In many account: \ of the expected high of Gainesville were guests of tees.Clarence Principal paper goods were read and 18. 1984 and to appoint Laverne
from a letter I received: other agricultural: enterprises.The water. his mother Mrs. L. J. Cannon Terry. tabulated. After a study of the Porter as Vocational Agriculture
recently from a lady who lives In modern dairy farmer Mr. and Mrs. Oetzen Beach: of Friday afternoon.The Branford High School: : Joe High- bids, the Board accepted the low Instructor effective August 18.
St. Petersburg. : strives to employ the least labor Perry visited relaUvea here one Beachvllle: W. H. & F M. Teacher: at Teacher bid to each: I Item. Bidders' forms 1964. such action on Mr. Porter
"Will It be possible to extend and the most mechanized equip day last week. Society which: could not meet last School: ; Robert Rutledge and tabulation sheets are In the subject to the approval of the
School James
yours survey to this neighborhood ment he can afford In a continuous Friday due to the storm will meet Suwannee High : : bid files at the Superintendent'soffice. Board of Trustees. Said motion
W. H. Tldwell Don Odom Suwannee High
and Teacher
where these birds have been on effort to Increase operating I Friday afternoon at 2:30.: Reagan : : carried.
1 the increase for the past three efficiency. were business visitors In St. Pet- Rev. P. E. Day will be here School: ; Shirley Jackson Teacher There being no other business The following persons! were
School.A .
t years? There are times when I next Sunday. Visitors always wel- Branford High : to come before the Board the recommended: and approved sub
made Brim
cannot empty my trash during Texas cattlemen attending a come.: motion was by meeting was adjourned. ject to the approval of the Boardof
the day and when getting to the I beef cattle short course: recently August TaxCollections seconded by Barnett to employ Everett Williamson Trustees.
garage Is a major undertaking toaay ; were Jolted by the suggestion of MINUTES, BOARD OF PUBLIC Lawrence Goodwin as custodianat Supt. and Secretary Richard: Hamilton Jr.
nothing of being able to hangout a Scotch animal scientist that INSTRUCTION. SUWANNEE Clayland School.: Motion car- Board of Public Instruction! Estelle Taylor
laundry or to work In the dual-purpose cattle productionmay Up COUNTY. FLORIDALive ried. Henry E. Vann Chairman There being no further business -
yard. be In the offing for the U. 8. Oak. Florida It was agreed that there wouldbe Board of Public Instruction: the meeting adjourned.
"At times I have had to weara "We can no longer afford to Bales tax collections for 8u- August 4, U84 a meeting August 2'7. 1964 at Everett Williamson '
large hat carry a rake strung raise single-purpose cattle either wannee County during August The meeting was called to order 8:00: PJH. to discuss school: matters. Live Oak. Florida Supt.. la Secretary
with pie tins to even go the few : dairy or beef" according: to T. R. amounted to some $29.191.44 as at 9:00: A.M. by Henry E. This meeting Is to be held August 17. 1964 Board of Public Instruction
feet to my garage. Yes, I have Preston's report on the spread of compared to I25.S25.B7 a year Vann. Chairman. Other members In Live Oak. Florida. with business The meeting was called to or- Henry E. Vann, Chairman
even had them follow me Into the dual-purpose program thru- ago. They. were down approximately : present were: L. M. Crews Jr.. men. who are Interested, der at 8:15: P. M. by: Henry E. Board of Public InstructionLive
the garage out the United Kingdom 11.000 from collections: : Otto Dlckman. V. V. Brim and from the Branford area. Vann. Chairman. Other members
raise their during July of this year Thonls Barnett. Mr. Leroy Bowdoin gave a report Crews Jr. V.
"What Is more they As quoted by Farm Journal present were: L. M. Oak. Florida
offspring to be adolescent: delinquents Preston told his audience: "'Thl.'bartebeef' In nearby Columbia County, Minutes of the previous meetIng I. of the recruiting: trip In the V. Brim and Thonla Barnett. August 19. 1964
and the young soon become Is a profitable business August's collections: totaled 55. were read and approved. Tennessee and Carolina area.. Mr. School: personnel present were: Joint Session School: Trustees
as bellicose as the parents. that yields a 20 per cent return 944.87. Hamilton County collected Scripture reading was given by I Bowdoin pointed out that even Leroy Bowdoln. O. H. Rutledge and Members of Board of'Public
on Invested capital. It's $8,721.88 white collections In L. M. Crews Jr. and prayer was with the Increased starting salary Clarence Terry, Oscar Munch Instruction
The lady mistakenly assumes I based on an all-concentrate: ration Lafayette County totaled only led by Thonls Barnett. that SuwanneeCounty still Is not and Henry Folsom. The meeting waso ailed to order -
the research I mentioned.. to be I to Fresian holstein) bull $2.221.83. Madison County collections Bids for musical Instruments competitive with many areas of Some discussion was held relative at 8:15: PM. by Henry E.
calves totaled 1712074. (1 Conn Sousaphone 20-K-10 and the country and that this Is a to the Band position at. Branford Vans Chairman. Other members
Departwent : ,J I "They gain 2'to 3 pounds a Oasolln tax collections for August case) were received as follows: primary cause for the problems A motion was made by Barnett present were' L. M." e""'Jr..
will be a project of the Weldllfe day, reach slaughter weight of totaled $41.825.99 on 64.637 Capitol Munlc Inc., Tallahassee relating to teacher recruitment.: seconded by Brim to assign Otto Dlckman. and V. V. Brim.
Bervtoe U. S. Department of the 000 pounds In less than a year aliens sold In Suwannee Count Florida $592.70 Mr. O. H. Rutledge Supervising Mr. Munch as Bank Director and Board of Trustees members
Interior which has a new labo- Lifetime feed conversion runs less This figure represents a $2- Sheep Music Co.. Orlando.I Principal of the Live Oak Guidance Counselor at Branford present were: N.-J. Blspham.
ratory at Gainesville. than A to 1." 000 decrease from August a year Florida $5115 00 Schools: reported concerning the School: for the 1964-65 school Chairman and John Chambllss.
Her letter continues: "I have ago and a $3,000 decrease from Nbrden Music Co., Jacksonville present status of the schools. year. This action: supercedes the Some discussion was held concerning -
called: the local: police the Audu- American: Dairy Association July of this year. Florida 571.00 1 Mr. Louis J. Berry. Malnten- action: taken by the Board assignIng the use of the school fa-
bon Society (they cheerfully tell Dairy Society: International and In surrounding counties, Columbia A motion was made by: Barnett I anew Coordinator gave a reporton Mr. Munch: as Guidance duties As a result of such: discussion
me this species often nest five or Japan Milk Association are teamIng County collected $100.- seconded by Brim and carried m.tntenance.Jt... Counselor and Vocal: Music Tea- the Superintendent was
abc times a year) and even Wild up to furnish free milk and 009.28 on 1,429.604 gallons sold. I to accept the low bid of 571.00 Mr. Bill Burch: Finance Offl*,' ehac. Said motion carried.Mr : Instructed to write a letter to all
life. No results . . Ice cream to 8.600 athletes, coaches : Hamilton County sold 311.774 from the Norden Music Companyof er, gave a report on the proposed Virgin Perdomo was assigned principals as follows: "Each
"Please, PLEASE give us come and game officials a{ the gallons and collected: : $31.824.18. Jacksonville Florida subject budget. several classes: ., Spanish building principal: Is held responsible -
relief from these birds which I Olympic Games In Tokyo. Lafayette County sold 193.999 to delivery within thirty days.A There being no further business at Branford for the 1964-85 for the physical property as
understand usually live In a a gallons and collected $10,777.13 motion was made by Barnett. the meeting was adjourned. school year. The Board agreed to relates to his Individual schooland
swamps but have made their while Madison County. collected to pay Oscar Munch at % dally Everett: Williamson furnish transportation In keeping for the ue thereof: and further -
campaign headquarters In this No.1 $$32.999 on 479.858 gallons sold. : rate for bus driving for that period Bupt. and Secretary with the assignment. that only meetings pertalnVIng A
settled community. by a 29 yard pass from Mitchellto : In the distribution of gasoline of time he replaced Mrs. Lee. Board of Public Instruction! Some discussion ws held concerning to the functioning of the said I
End Ronnie Stevens.' gallonag tax for August Suwan- 1 The motion died for lack: of a sec Henry E. Vann Chairman football and student Insurance school shall be held unless specie *
As Hurricane Dora began her Mitchell scored on another 1- nee County received: $26,93801. ond. Board of Public Instruction for the 1964-66 school fie permission. In writing Is
destructive sweep across North yard plunge and then again on Another $2.489.88 was returnedto Leaves were approved as follows year. Mr. O. B. Dees local representative granted by the Board of Thus-
Florida radio reports of Its progress a 5-yard end sweep to put the the county board and the tLewis Live Oak Florida of the Nationwide Insurance tees." This action supercedes all
through Green Cove Springs Red Devils ahead by a score of Road Department received $9- Tucker. Proff'laJon.11 August 15. 1984 Company explained the previous action relaUve to the
f reminded: me that one of the I 20 to 0 at the end of the first 999.44 as Its share of the gasoline leave August 3. 4. 1984. I' The meeting was called to or policy he would otter for this use of buildings.
state's largest dairies ls located half of play. tax: collections Lewis Tucker.: Annual leave der by Chairman Henry E. Vann. purpose. A motion was made by Other routine business was
there. In fact It U probably one 1 I In the second: halt the Branford Columbia County received $33.. August 7-13. 1984. Other members present were Otto Crews, seconded by: Brim and taken care of.
of the largest In the world milking offense cam alive and 373.10 In the distribution! Hamilton Leroy Bowdotn. Annual leave : F. Dlckman. V. V. Brim. L. M. carried: to approve the policy The Board adjourned at 11:00:
some 1.600 to 4,000 cows. ahowed fine running from Halfbacks County received $18.848.19. August 8. 7. 10. 11, 1984. Crews Jr., and Thonls Barnett. from Nationwide Insurance Co.
Because power failures art : Ronnie Lee and John Flsaell. Lafayette County received some Louis J. Berry Annual leave Th devotional was given by as the only approved school student P.M.Everett Williamson
practically a certainty duringa but the Dues could never $17.433.30 in the distribution and September' 8, 9. 10. 11. 1984. Mr. O. II. Rutledg Insurance: plan for all Su Bupt. and Secretary
hurricane you might wonder muster enough offensive punch $$27.383 went to Madison Coun- William I. Jamerson. Professional The reading of the minutes of wannee County: Schools: and that Board of Public Instruction
how milking can proceed on to drive the pigskin across the ty. leave July 30. 81. 1984. the previous meeting was deferr the cost of said student accident: Henry E. Vann Chairman
schedule without us* of milking goal line The Dues, who could Information cam from the office Foster H. Shepherd Professional I'd.Mr. j coverage: would be $3.00 per student Board of Public Instruction:
machines. So what does a big only make one first down during of J. Ed Straugm Directorof lease July 30. 31, 1964. C. W Clayton gave a report In grades 1.12. Motion car
dairy doT the first half. made six first the Florida Revenue Commis Wyman Townsrl, Professions) on his audit of the schools N. J. Blspham. Chairman
For one thing a business that downs during the last half and sion. leave July 30. :31. 1984. Internal accounts and made cer I ried.Albert A. O'Steen and William Board of Trustees
big couldn't afford to be without had made three consecutive first
standby equipment to furnish downs as the ball game cam to
power When a power failure occurs an end. Comet 1965
for any reason, milking machines WUllston's final two touch- :
continue to operate when' downs cam In the second half on
the standby power plant Is turned a 1-yard pass from Mitchell to
on. End Druo Mitchell and on a 9-
At most of our larger dairy yard pass from Mitchell: to End
farms, standby power la a must. Rlclisrd McPherson
Without It a dairy with several .
hundred or more cows to milk at (O11kv. R.pt4tni at M..cri-


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