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Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: January 24, 1965
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000398954
oclc - 33273856
notis - ACE4563
lccn - sn 95026787
System ID: UF00028422:00268
 Related Items
Related Items: Live Oak daily Democrat
Preceded by: Banner (Live Oak, Fla.)
Preceded by: Suwannee leader
Preceded by: Suwannee citizen

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. 19 fl' In Lake Butler Tournament -- f


Branford Loses Heart Breaker (.,



SUWANNEE\! DEMOCRAT J In Third Buccaneer Overtime lost PeriodBranford's a heart breaking. triple !\,

overtime game to Lake Butler 67-86 in the New Year's
Tournament held in Lake Butler Friday and Saturday I
night. i
The Dues trounced Keystone Heights in their first '
ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, THURSDAY DECEMBER 24, 1964 VOL. 80, NO. 32 "
game of the tournament by a
and scoring 18 points. FUsell received _'
score ()( 61-93. The Keystonegame
ltJteflI ; I was clone! In the first quarter rebounding help from Bill
of play but Branford pulled Terry who had 13 points. AndyCheney t
News From Branford
and was the other Bue starter ,
away In the second quarter
In double with 10 ,
named figures points
Club after that they could have J
The game ended with the score
the score. Lake Butler gained Its
w tied .9....
BY MRS. LOIS WILLIAMS i spot In the finals by defeating .
To At the end of the first overtime
an underline Newbt'rl'J team (037 -
the score was still tied. In

Branford I Graduates I If. Branford The I Branford was led In the Keystone the second overtime period clutch
High met baskets by Jerry Scarborough
encounter by Johnny Fla.atll' -
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..;..... ford II points, followed by Andy gave Branford a five point lead
with two minutes left to play,
Personals :
Graduate Has '. Quest Cheney's 19 points and Bill Terry
Lake Butler's Thomas rang the
Salter
I with 13 At In
points. one point
forester of 30 foot jump shot. Lake Butler
Mr. and Mrs D. O. Borom Jr Service In the game the flues scored 24 then took control of the ball
Book Published f I In Coolldge. Oa., points while Keystone could man. !
visited relatives on the new \ again and was fouled the first I
over the week end. I desirable age only one. free was made and the second I
Thomas Asher Fletcher 38. The Rev and Mrs. Sayer Ca. :chemical Jerry Scarborough did an excellent on* minted with Johnny Ftaaell :
former resident of Brantord and' : nova of Jasper were guests of Mr. I Salter Job on Jerry Cooper, the coming down with the rebound
son of Thomas Fletcher of Branford 1 I and Mrs. Leon Hatch and family Is forced big gun from Keystone, who li with only six seconds 11In the 1
has bad his tint book pub- Monday night. The Canovas visited er In the averaging 21 points a game Coop second overtime. Flssell fed Cheney j
lished. The book entitled "Out. other friends while In Bran- kills only. er got I of his 13 points after the ball who proceeded to
Of This World", ls a collection of desirable Branford had taken a tt.llIl'ad dribble the ball until time ran
short stories. They are science ford.Mr, and Mrs Charles D. Wll- further and Coach. Bill Jamerson had out.
fiction and concerns the advancement llama Jr., Miss Hilda Jones, and will pay a cleared the bench. Branford players and fans'
and development of man. Miss PhUlis Cribbs attended the solved In In the Saturday night game, rushed to the floor to celebrate
Fletcher a graduate of Branford Gator Bowl game In Jacksonville t Jones dimhtrr Lake Butler took a 11.10 lead In a victory only. to have the refereeclear '
High School In 1954. has had Saturday afternoon. visitors.. *. Fred Jones .( the first quarter and maintainedthe the floor, saying a foul had
an Interest In books and writing Mr and Mrs. H. C Stanley of meetlnt. recently Initiat lead until early In the third been committed before the buster -
since childhood and started writIng Perry visited Mr and Mrs. L. D. president, Key, leadership quarter when Branford took the sounded Jimmy Thomas wentto
as a hobby. The young man Stanley and daughter Sunday.Mr. have not rily at Florida lead and went ahead 13-33 at the line and sank the two
estimates he has written about and Mrs. Claude Johnson dues to do pfNfIL'n "". OaUtandlng that point. baskets that set the stage for the
100 stories of various types. and family returned home Thursday due January by their leader The fourth quarter was hlih third and final overtime. .
Fletcher and his wife now reside Wan Fletcher, sea of Mr. after spending several days and spirit have lllthed by the hot shooting of The teams traded baskets and, 1
la Edneyvllle where be is and Mrs. W. D. FleUher of In South Florida visiting relatives.Mr pregrew and Lake Butlers Jimmy Thomas, Lake Butler surged ahead by one
working as an apprentice tool and Bradford, graduated from nor.U and Mrs. Flemmlng Folks I'nlveralty are who contributed 29 points and point Just before the game end
die maker at the General Electric *,, State VAIvenlty a. Rater-' of Ocala visited Mr Folks' sister ,"" Key. the superb rebounding of JohnnyFissell. ed. It was the second loss In eight
Outdoor Lighting Depart 'darf.December 19. Mrs. Minnie Phllpot, Friday af .. F8V. MI. I.",. Flssell. had another goodnight outings for Branford. Lake But-
ment. fie received a B.% d< ree from ternoon. The sophomore ee.n. pulling down 23 rebounds I IN.. I {'.nUn...en rate 11))
the College ef Arts and Setoneea Mrs. L. A. Sins had as guests Methodist president ., her ----
.d Majered .In American His last week. Mrs. Alkn: Cribbs and 31 at the as a junior
REPAIR SERVICEON tory.Baptist. family of Miami and Mr and Mrs. Wltherall. a 1..lun.na..
Leon Sims and family of Gaines cried with dueled .a member
ON ville. Jones) after Court. BRANFORD GRILL
WMU Holds Mrs. Viola Jones and Mrs. Alice ness of Delta
Fuller of Tampa are visiting Mr Mrs aorUI sorority and
TYPES Meeting December and Mrs. Fred Jones and other very .f her Opening Under New Management
The WJ4U. of the First Bsptbt relatives for several days. "The Birth and reeelved the
OF Church met for Its regular Mr. and Mrs. Jim Harris of singing "O '" plrdg .......
JACKS circle meeting Monday night. December New York City have returned k-bPm" by has served aa sa-
3$. at the churtfe. home after spending the holidays turf taken for her so Friday, January 8
Mrs. Thomas Fletcher" bad with Mrs. Harris's parents Mr. and Luke .
EXPERT REPAIRREASONABLE
charge of the program with Mrs. and Mrs. Israel McCsIl. Godwin Is a member .f
RATES D. B. Fletcher. Mrs. Allen PrIce reading. 11"" the women's Aline Owens Peggy Walker
PICK UP &: DELIVERY Mrs. A. O. Dorsett. Mrs. Leon Branford P.TA Will A Bong la and was reeently t
Oimter and Miss Fannie Duncan Owen cJc>> Phi. Alpha arho
All Work Guaranteed .
taking part on the program. A Meet January 14 prayer \ .....'U, In the Phone 935-4571 ,
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JIMMY'S short business meeting was held.A The Branford Parent Teachers Secret .1
mission study book will begin Association win meet Thursday Oils time.
Hydraulic Jacks at the nest meeting to be held at ,nlcht. January 14 to the school \ may vote, \legal .!
Rout 1, Box 228 the home of Mrs. A. O. Dorsett. cafeteria. cookies his absentee bal Your Patronage Will Be Appreciated
BRANFORD. FLORIDA I AU members are W'P40 be served to. diet before election I
I feted ........ at MeCrtaMn'a) : present. one visitor I

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STATEMENT OF CONDITION





t ,. Commercial Bank of live Oak





;j'fE OAK, iih LIVE OAK, FLORIDA


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'" ';, At Close of Business Decmber 31, 1964


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j RESOURCES

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; "'T "' Cash and Due From Bank $1,591,809,84

( \ United State Securities 2114134.45

+a .a .-- State County, and Municipal Bonds 431,894.62 4137838.91

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OFFICERS '
Loans and Discounts 3,126,425.23

,. ,: Overdrafts ', !t JJ\\: 5,460.74 3,131,885.97
LOUIS J. DAY President ;,. .
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House '. 15339.42''
.. Banking "
W. M. JERNIGAN, Executive Vice Pres. J 1.. 1
7 ," l' Furniture and Fixtures 11,295.09 26,634.51JOHN
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G..ADICKS, Vice President M .* .

; I t... $7,296,359.39
J. TOM MOORE Cashier *'Or ti :' ,, :." tJ'i ;' :... .
''J "Il.4' ,Itoi, I" LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL

Capital Stock $200,000.00

:. 200,000.00
Surplus

DIRECTORS i' : u:d w 141,170.87
: edProlta'J. 130:133:53iY : :
: ; t. Reserves ., 671,304.40


LOUIS J. s .. I 1965 10,000.00
White of ) ., ., .; p' Dividend Payable January .
It' .... t., ( :t( Deposits 6,615,054.99.
W. M. JERNGAN:: ? ." .
Es.cvt. Vie Pr.*U.sit erf BsJc ., .

**'. ... i. # -.. $7,296,359.39
JOHN C. ADrCKS ;:

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J. TOM\ MOORE I ,;

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SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA 7,1965
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314 Specie In Florida LENGTH INCHE6

FOUNI1 ., ONB Of OUR MOST BSAUTtfUi' BIRDS/ Bigos
Tree, Shrubbery Transplanting Time THRUOUr /p PURPLE foIfADNECK& UNDERPART5FLORIDA' ..

OLIVE GREEN BACK* EMit SHIELP ON fgM11 fLORiD A
Arrives ''Details Outlined g FRONT OP I-/f./ .f7.SLUE t>0IU.REP WITH
Moving I
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: ; YELLOW TIP LESS$ FUT YELLOW EATS avLYry1

Gainesville The time for transplanting trees and FRCSHWATCRPOMACtASNAtl.
shrubs has arrived again. Many Florida gardners make
plans at this season to move trees from the woods to their KNOWN AS
yards. Sometimes the trees survive the move and thrive 7 /I'I'I I ONce COMMON THROUGHOUT 4 r THE SNAILFLORIDA i
very often, however, the wild trees die.Florida i NOW FOI/M'OlllY IN HAWK
nas an species of native CrWKSH
SMALL ARM
trees more than any state As a general rule, hardwoodssuch
In the continental United States. as oaks, maples, and dogwood LAkE OKitc o0 ft avG of
A great number of these trees can be moved successful: INHABITS r f f tf -rHIIlA RE.srJI R P JN T114'V-s-
may be successfully transplanted In larger sizes than can evergreen WATER MARSHES *net? pxorecr THIS KARSBlKPftAKC
If proper precautions are taken, trees such as the pines and ced- } LAKESPOND5c OKEG'0I08EG
says Tony Jensen, assistant for are Branches of hardwoods can' r { ROSD5/DE/ DITCHES Hi/imKS LEARN TO IPINT7'YIr h
ester, Florida Agricultural Extension be pruned back to match the roots -- .SVmA ,WAt'5, -poN'r$110&17'Ff N E R.
Service. that were cut off. a..' r k WALKS/ ON LILY MIN 1XJ Nor PISTUf8 NESTS
Before going to the woods to Jense says that more pains BiRpSOF PAPH CUMB5 ,MAlE BLACK FfMALSfrKeAKEP
dig a tree, be sure to get the land.owner's should be taken replanting the BUSHES.SIZE: MOM*BUOAff M e
permission. Today almostall tree than getting It out. The new IZ14RELATEDTO I 1NCNE5d /WP ct WM/TEATB4Si.fTA/L
woodland belongs to someone. hole should be one-half again or
Even though there are no fencesor twice as wide as the earth ball FLORIDA -
posted signs visible, It still pays around the tree roots. Top soil EVERGLADE
to stop at the nearest house to should be set aside, subsoil discarded PR Pj.E -
check and see who the land be- and replaced with more
longs to. More than a few persons top soil, or thoroughly mixed with EATS SEEP?,LEAVES: spewies OP LE (iTE / -
LL- flu
trees from G A ,
digging someone's old manure or a mulch. All earthto WATER pLANTSINSECTSFROGSrcMOLLU5cE:
woods have been embarrassed go back Into the hole shouldbe (
when the owner appears Just as made ready before planting Is FLORIDA SAMIIND FRESH WATCH. ftH COMMISSION FLORIDA GAME AND PASSM WATER FISH COMMISSION
they are loading the trees Into begun. I
the car trunk. Replant the tree at about the

large.Don't As select a general a tree rule which the small Is too same and depth water at which It well It for grew several before Florida Public Debt In 1963 Over 2 BillionThe I I I Ynnllinnwr Conference Will Be HeM .If..*........, I

er and more open grown the tree weeks after transplanting. If Suwsnnee County will hold Its firms and associations in the food
selected, the better It will survive bare-rooted trees are transplanted public debt of the State of I woman, and child the total 700,000 while a total of $146.400 first youtnpower conference Mon- Industry.
the move. If larger trees are special care must be taken to Florida together with that of all means an Indebtedness of $421 000 was repaid. Interest paid on day, January II, at 3:43: p.m. In Four participants In the coun
to be moved, root-pruning must keep the roots moist at all times local governments within the each. Eighteen other states had the entire debt during the 1963 the Conference Room of the Agriculture ty program will be selected to attend .
be started well In advance of the and to make sure the roots are state stood at $2.364.200000 at higher per capita figures and the year totaled t79.90Q.000. up 13 Building.! a state conference at Win.
move. Root-pruning consist of trimmed off and not allowed to the end of the 1963 fiscal year, S0-stat average was $404, federal per cent over 1902 compared witha The youthpower' program wit ter Haven In February
severing a portion of the tree bend around or double back: In the Florida State Chamber of debt not Included. national gain of 9 per cent conceived five years ago to Increase Students In the tenth and elr,.
roots by digging around the tree the hole. Bare-rooted trees gen Commerce reported in Its Weekly "The Florida total Included 134. a public understanding of enth grades Interested In partlcl
base with a spade. The effect Is erally need bracing more thanB Business Review released Tuesday 100,000 local government short Civil rights were never Intended the nutritional Importance of patlng In the program are asked
to condense the trees feeder roots & B (balled ar.d burlapped) term debt; tl.84S.900.000 local to give anybody the right to food and to upgrade eating habitsof to contact the home demonitra
and anchorage. After rootprunIng trees. "This state-local debt includes long-term debt and $484.200.000 force themselves upon other r-I I people, teenagers In particular. ton office-In the Agriculture
the feeder roots multiply In a Some native trees for planting alt monies owed by any part of state long-term debt. Long-term so ns. The program Is supported by M Building
bundle small enough to be lifted on I well drained, moist or flatwood the; Florida state government, obligations are nonguarahtecd --
out whole. The roots are usually soil throughout Florida depending plus what was owed by counties, and are payable solely from pled.
pruned back from the trunk a on the tree species Include: live llslrlcts and cities In the state led earnings of specific projects
distance of 5 or 6 times the trunk oak, laurel oak red maple, da- Last: year's total was 15 per cent or I l Galvanized
diameter hoon holly, buttonbush, hackberry ver 1902 compared with a rational log:F.'E EEenneseal RoofingSpecial
cherry laurel, sweetbay magnolia : gain In state and local deb
wax myrtle, loblolly bay af 8 per cent.
USE cabbage palm, red mulberry, and "For every Floridian man, Avoiil Sore Knuckles features make this heavy duty
red cedar. Other native trees such .
FUCO as southern magnolia, flowering Remember, too that many trees To avoid sore knuckles and 1 1 ( 1 1 29 gauge_ Galvanized metal roofing a superior
messy soap rub-Ins on wash days, t
and red bud for exam-
dogwood need lots of growing space. Plant
just jut a liquid household clean- 1 quality at low low
a price
In the north
ple, grow well only lour tree so it will have plentyf
er In an empty roll-on deodorant ,
Brand and central portions of our state. room when It reaches full size '
/y'
bottle and use It on especially .
Others such as mahogony, sea Even If suitable wild specimen 1
grape, dove plum, and gumbo can:: be located It often pays to soiled spots. Then wash warmenU W/B. HOWLAND
InsecticideFOR as usual.
limbo grow only In the southern obtain nursery grown specimen a a 4 8peclat r Gf '
part of the state. chen available. Unfortunately
FOR When transplanting trees remember many[ of our native trees are not When Buying Cloves L.akproof fealur.. GROCERY
RESULTS to locate them where .locked by moat commercial nur- When you buy white fabric
conditions: are as similar ai possible .reles and the Florida gardener gloves for summer, why not buy t0 2. ,.. p,.-. w Mayo Road Phone 362.1235
to where they grew before must resort to wild trees from the ,
them the way :you buy hosiery -
roods. of the same style. I fht '..... "... 2. 1w. V....... OPEN 5.30 A.M. 'TIL 10100 P.M.
Thispairs c.t., 4. 'nt Te+wl.. c-
:you spot or lose one, SEVEN DAYS A WEEK
i Smoker S,?itMMPfSBTSTOP you still have a mate for the

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BOX OFFICE SUMMER SCHEDULE .. tj
Saturday Opens 11:45 -Movie 1:00: ." ', <7 iW'.f 1o Club mtilit-d the ,1I11l: : >t :< ;itZoPh -?' :' ,: ". .
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JANUARY 7 1965
SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK FLORIDA PACE ELEVENWOMEN



Jf gmf t.ed f g I Mrs. James Yielding II JTetftherly Jr. Boynton Engagement-Dre'N t


Dr. and Mrs. John O. Boynton
of Havana, announce the engagement
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)II and approaching marriage
o( their daughter Miss Clifford
I Denise Boynton. to George Franklin t
i Drew son of Herbert Jackson:
Drew of Live Oak and the late ,
CLARA S. WADSWORTH. .
Society Editor Isabella Milling Williams Drew. '
Miss Boynton Is a graduate of
I Mrs. Cannon Circle WM5 Holds Meeting\ Havana High School and attended -
the University of Maryland
I Hostess MondayMonday Tuesday Morning\ Extension College In Reykjavik

Circle Two of th The general meeting of the ......,.. Iceland, during a year's residence
First Methodist Church met In WMS of the First Baptist Church with her ulster Mrs Hordur Heljason. !.
the home of Mrs Robert Cannon was held Tuesday morning In the :':.C,. ., ,, and family \t'i
with nine members and one visitor Smiley Building with Mrs. J. M. :.,. Mr Drew Is a graduate of
present. Dees, vice president, presiding.1 '.' .. s set Bolles School. Jacksonville: and
Mrs. Jack White gave the devotional Mrs. O. B. Dees Sr.. led in prayer the University of North Carolinaat
after which Miss Susan Mrs. J. W. Msssengll was elec. Chapel Hill. He received his
Paulk. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.E. ted to fill the unexplred term of master's degree from Florida
.
J. Paulk of this city who Is the president. Mrs. Bill Btroup. State University In 19S7. 1s employed
studying to be a missionary at the Mrs H. 0: Fenuel was In charge u publications editor with
the Florida Forest' Service, and Is
Kentucky Christian College In of the program "Christ For The (
Oray on. Ky. gave a most Inter- Cubans. Taking part were Mrs. ., currently working toward his doctorate .
eating and Informative talk about O. A. at Florida State He U the
Lee. Mrs. K. M. Clayton, j
her life and studies at KCO which Mrs. W. M. Jernlgan. Mrs. Henry { great-grandson of Florida's first
was enjoyed by everyone at the Skinner and Mrs C. W., Clayton Democratic: Governor George jf
meeting. Them eetlng was closed with a Franklin Drew. f
j A small home wedding Is planned -
Mrs. Roy Hunter, circle chair prayer and medltatton by Mrs
for Friday. February 12. with
man. presided over the business John Castleberry.
meeting. members of the Immediate family

- Refreshments were served during attending. rowvyr5 w
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the social hour. Manly McCullen a
Mrs. C. T. Balsden will be the
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McCullen Male Cltorua ConcertAt
hostess.Methodist .
d February
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of Lakeland birthof ; i
the
announce
a daughter. December 30. In I IMr Pint MethodistThe \

. Circle Met Lakeland General Hospital.The I 8U Petersburg Male Chorus :, UI
baby has been named will present a concert at the
Monday Afternoon Marilyn Janel! McCullen First Methodist Church here Saturday MISS nirroRn DENISE HOYNTOM I
. arc!. Three of the WSCS of The maternal grandparents art January 10. at 1.30:: p.m.
and Mrs. Alt. Out. .
MeCvllers $ .
.. r a no Bee the marriage Cleaner Claim Meet )
the First Methodist Church met Mr. and M Reginald Scott: and The singers will appear hereunder .MondayThe
Monday In the home of Mrs. the paternal grandparents are Mr ef their daughter Mary Alice,I.Jame. Fielding VTeatherly Jr. sponsorship of the Brother. Gleaners Sunday School A covered dish supper was
d. Claude Crspps m with Mrs. Ia.p and Mrs. E. J. Paulk. all of this ... .f Mr. an* hers Janet Wratfaerly Sr. ef Tana........ The hood of the local church. I Class of the First Baptist Church served.
lie Smith M co-hostess. city. ee>pl were married Friday October seerad ftlaele kindred and met Monday night In the homeOf Mrs II. J. Evans gave the devotional .
A skit on Holding Institute In lily fear In Cain, Oa. Mr. Carl,.. IUII rflrUllng.Mrs. Mrs. Lawrence Lee on Helvenston ,. and Mrs. Harden Smith. I
Loredo.Tea, was given by: Mrs.T. H'eaUtrrly was gradaaUd fr.m BB.a..... High fteheol In Cliarlca) Edward! GUI Street for their monthly class president presided over the
J. Kennon and Mrs. W L. Ted.. Romantic Little Hats lug and has Wwi attending Nf:k Ftorida Junior ('.IIr... MadlMii.far Mr and Mrs M. L. GUI of this I meeting. business meeting.

The mood in millinery is for romantic 1H years. city announce the birth of a son ._......_-_..u_.::......____uu.uu.___.._
der.Mrs.. Kennon, chairman presided little hats Iota of lace,I' Mr. Weatberly gradeated (rem Georgia Military Academy In December SO In the Suwannee A4re.grw .w +e r
over the business meeting. tulle chiffon. and muslin and MlUedgevilto, Oa. In met and U attending Nerth Florida haler County hospital
] Rdresurlft1ta.tre served to above all. things softer. Top are The baby has been named
CelWge and will graduate this. year after which he will ke engaged Charles Edward GUI.
the ten mmbers presentOffice understated bats those Out
are head-hugf and in propor- In the eeutrmUM ....... with his. father The maternal ,grandmother\
.( Ihl Plan at Meat. .'l. tion to the head. Mr. and Mrs. VTeatherly wU reside at La......re Drive Tails Mrs D. B. Rykand of Btatenvllle,
I ...... Oa. The paternal' grandparentsare
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Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gill Sr.
of this city.
AllisChalmersSALES Clothing Care Unit For Longer Wear I' .

TALLAHASSEE: To keep clothing from dust. Card Of Thank
your clothes looking their beat In So that Uy will be easy to 1
the new year ahead Miss Hiia-: find keep) bells In one piece A We would like to express our
and SERVICEIN !beth>> Dickinson clothing speclslist. special twit hanger ring or a large sincere thanks. and appreciation I Free 24-Hour Oxygen Equlpped Radio Dlapatchedz
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THE LIVE OAK AREA Service, offers some suggestions closet will serve this purpow. bors for their kindness and help i AMBULANCE SERVICE
and maintenance. during the Illness and death of I
on care our loved i TO SUWANNEE COUNTY RESIDENTS
Brush your clothes before you A Florida fisherman mar not one.The I Phone 3624333
We Repair Make Model Tractor Family of
Any
or put them away. If there are any UM a pass to catch another bats I
loose buttons that need attention M the law prohibits the use of I John. .8 Clark JAMES B. DANIELS FUNERAL HOME ,
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sew them on securely.: Check bass or pickerel: or any: part of L. HOMK( OWNKO AND OPERATE)
. -ALL WORK GUARANTEED garment to see If_it needs mend. these fish as bait. I I (Office Hi's4U at .crt.....'.)................................................. ..............
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BuildingMayo bags to avoid stretching: them out ieii'ETotNTeeo

( Road Across From HowUnd Feed Mill) of If shape.you win store purses,carrea

Phone 3624222landen's and gloves la plarttt bees on .
shelf in your closet they win stay
Clean and yen' went have K.
search through drawers for them.
Tractor Co. Hanging coats and wit jacked.
on sturdy wooden or padded
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HAROLD LANDEN Owner
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: Cash on Hand and In Federal Insurance i 1
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Charcoal Popular Fuel I Coliseum Addition Gets Underway .' / Steven Price Is

'*'_""',-r': ':. ... .Honored On Birthday
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Barbecuing Chicken Not Hard Task; /" \. :.( .t'.I.:.;': '!, ,, ':." : \ Steven Price son of the Rev.
and Mrs. Allen Price was honored

Can Build Own Grill 1---r- on,, his birthday Saturday: after
EconomicallyGainesville I- noon at his home In Branford.

iI Quests Invited to enjoy: the occasion
Anyone can barbecue chickens.' -.' with Steven were Jack

All you need is a barbecue grill or pit, charcoal fuel, and Tigger Ross Allen Lynch.

properly dresed broilers weighing 2 to 2/! pounds, a bar- David Barber, Gregory and Con

becue sauce, and patience and care in cooking the chicken, nie Odom Sandy and Cheri

says J. S. Moore poultry husbandman with the Florida Fletcher, Joel and Sharon Hatch

Agricultural Extension Service. Jenny Murray, Shawn Hatch, and
with grill to determine the
If you don't care to purchase a correct your distance and the amountof Pd 'k the honoree's brothers. Paul
commercial barbecue grill, you Mark and Bill Price.
fuel necessary. When the heat
can build your own out of four Games were played. Refreshments -
I place the chickens on
correct
8-lnch by 16-Inch concrete blocki of birthday cake, ice cream
the grill with the flesh side down.
Set the blocks on end. a piece of cones and punch was served.
The flesh side ulll sear Quickly
%-lnch or ''.Inch hardware cloth Candy, balloons, and bubble gum
and this will tend to hold in the
placed on the blocks will serve as were given to each guest as fay-
Juices. Once the chickens have
the racks. Such a grill will handle ors.
been placed on the grill watch
i 3 or 4 chickens or 6 or 8 half e .
carefully and turn often to pre-
chickens. An old wash tub with
vent burning A long handle fork
holes cut for ventilation near the _._ Mrs. Norris Honored
bottom and hardware cloth used will make for easier turning. workmen in' one oL picture LL 10 me ten above are shown beginning tee foundation for the arena portion or the livestock addition being

on the top makes an excellent Generally It will require from added to the Coliseum. To the right an outline of the addition exhibit barn can be tech. The construction Is a Joint project .f the At Branford LuncheonMrs.

grill. Of course permanent back. one hour to an hour and fifteen I Board of County Commissioner and the State of Florida. The office of Commissioner of Agriculture Doyle Conner Is handling details I D. 0 Borom Jr. entertain
minutes to barbecue a 2 to 21/
ed with luncheon
can yard be fireplaces constructed.or backyard pits pound broiler The object in cookIng for the state. Montgomery Trucking Co. of Live Oak Is the l builder with V, ). Smuts In charge of the project. (Democrat Staff Fhotos) I Skipper a Norris at honoring her home Mrs.In

is to bring the chicken to a Branford
Thursday December 31.
And the most popular fuel is
charcoal. golden brown without burning C'I' Foods Branford Scouts Express For Church The dining room table held an
Reception
Broilers weighing' 2 to 2!/a scorching. There's no strict rule Pica Craving For Unnatural arrangement of red polnsettlas

pounds. can be purchased at your to follow as to how often to turn Appreciation For Help Members Held ,Sunday and candles. The Individual tables

favorite food market. Halve the the chickens during cooking. Prwwnt In Humans And Animals Scouts of Troop and Pack 90 held arrangements of red camel-
burn Member of the Advent
But turn often to prevent Ephestis
--- ---------- ----- ----------- in Branford this week expressed lias.
chickens so that they will be rea-
dy for the grill. One broiler split ing. Each time the chickens are GAINESVILLE Why will cattle I may. have noticed where a horseor appreciation for the help it'received Christian Church were hon- Eight guest attended the affair
turned apply the barbecue sauce ored with a reception Sunday af
will serve two adults or four eat odd objects such as shellsor a steer has chewed on a feed from scouters parents at'the ;
with an ordinary dishwashing ternoon. January 3, home .
youngsters. rubber inner tubes? Or why do bunk or wooden fence for no apparent and friends of scouting duringthe -
mop. Cover the chickens thor of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Starling
There number of good in confinement reason. past year.
a raised
are hogs gnaw
oughly with the sauce each time The reception was given by: the Class To
barbecue sauces that can be on almost anything available in- This unnatural craving in an!- They: are planning a vigorousand ResumeThe
turned. The sauce adds Rev. and Mrs. C. I. Klrby.
they :
made. The Ingredients in Moore's are eluding farm equipment? male is known as pica. Pica also active year and are now preparing Civil Defense medical self-'
the flavor want and at the The refreshment table was covered :
favorite sauce are: giblet broth, you Farm animals often munch on occurs in humans but is usually for Boy Scout Week in help class will resume Monday
lemon juice or vinegar or a combination same time helps to keep the objects or eat material that could restrlced to unhealthy. children February There will be projectsand with a white lace cloth and I night' January It, at 7.00: pjn. In
chicken moist. centered with an arrangement of
of lemon Juice and vinegar not be considered their normal and pregnant women. displays for the event. the Branford School Cafeteria.
Once the chickens have that red camellias and two silver candelabra -
butter salt, and pepper food. While visiting a farm you What does pica mean In an I
golden brown color begin to bearing white candles.
To cook the chickens, start the animal? Is the beast trying to I .
check to see how well they are Miss Ramona. Walker poured BAKING FOR
CorrectionAn .
fire and allow the charcoal to the idea that it has a nutrient
convey:
cooked. This can be done by lifting the punch. Others assisting were Birthdays Parties And
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burn for 30-43 minutes before Two deficiency or dislikes Its advertisement in the Christmas .
the thighs. It the flesh under Programs Misses Plan Walker. Carlene
putting on the chickens. The amount normal food by eating foreign objects edition of the Suwannee Weddings
the thighs Is done and the drumstick '- Walker and Olenda Starling
of fuel you will need will depend Or are such actions indicative Democrat listed E. J. Barber as ., HOT DONUTS ALL DAY
will separate) easily from Misses Dlanl Walker Ramona
on the distance the chickenswill Planned For "stress" or "psychologl of Daniels Funeral
or manager
the thigh the birds are well done Walker Carlene Walker and LIVE OAK BAKERY
be above the fire. If the grill cal maladjustment" of the animal Home In Branford. The correct I
Rare steak U fine, chickens are :Glenda Starling provided music
rests 18 to 18 Inches above the to its current surroundings, name Is E. Wayne Barber The Siwannee Ate Stt-MM
not. during the afternoon.
coals, then you can have bigger a Foster Shrine or Is it Just a habit? error is regretted and we apologize -I

fire than when the distance. is Animal nutritionists with the to Mr, Barber.
only 8 to 12 Inches. .; !Vo. 1 WHITE SPRINOS Stephen Florida Agricultural Experiment -

You may have to experimentC7 Ie''... record Is now seven wins and Foster Memorial Week which this .Stations wondered what caused

one loss. year marks the 101st anniversaryof the condition and Investigated Pond Of Dogs TIME, FOR YOUR

One Sue player summed up the the world-famous composer's several animals that were fed all- Eskimos in the Canadian Arctic

5 outcome by saying "We haveen'tlost death, will be observed with specIal pelleted food, low-roughsi diets. are so fond of dogs that they give SPRING EQUIPMENT REPAIR

7oz0\.1) to them yet. we're just behindat programs at the Stephen Foster The stomachs of several sheep their pets the names of deceased

this time". Memorial here Jan. 10 and and cattle were examined and family members

The two teams meet again 18-17. Foster L. Barnes directorof hair shells wool, and a rubber r _

666 January 29. The Buccaneers meet the State of Florida muslo inner tube were found. These Thank You NoteI COMPLETE REPAIR FOR ALL MAKE

le the Trenton Tigers in Trenton shrIne on the Suwannee River, animals had been fed diets ade-
TRACTORS AND FARMING
announced today. wish to thank each one who EQUIPMENT.
January 9. quate In nutrients but low In
Stephen Collins Foster died In roughages. was so thoughtful to mememberme

New York City on Jan. 13, 1184/ In one experiment, a calf fed with cards flowers, visits and We Pick Up And DeliverALLBRIHON

A Thought For, TodayBy at the age of 37. leaving a rich only fortified milk supplemented prayers while X was a patient in
Lake
the Lake Short Hospital In
heritage of melodies, including its diet with hair Round hair
BRODY C. HARRIS "Suwannee River", now Florida's balls were present in the calf's City I also appreciate the kindness -
state song. A joint congressional shown my family during my BROS.
"CONFIDENCE IS THAT fEEUNO BY WHICH THE MIND EMBARKS stomach after slaughter. illness.
resolution in 1991 named Jan. 13
IN GREAT AND HONORABLE COURSES!: WITH A SURE Steers fattening In dry lot may and I
To Dr. Adel the nurses,
HOPE.AND TRUST IN a* National Stephen Foster Memorial consume dirt or chew fences yet will always be grateful for your q' CO.
As Cicero Indicated In the foregoing saying, Day and two years later still continue to make good wonderful services ; c.OR:!
: confidence Is a strong and steadying companion the Florida Legislature designated weight gains. Melvin Owens
a Whatever job we undertake, whatever goal we work Jan 13-10 as Stephen Foster Aside from nutritional cause. 21C W. 5T1I 362-2381
\ toward, a firm belief in our own competency: Is Memorial Week. there are no easily detectable (Paid Notice)
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I. f half the battle Jamcs n, (Nick f Connor, ton gtime reasons why tne craving occun..
This isn't to say that we haven't, on many occasions state senator from Brooks- pointed out
." -,, faced problems without the spirit and The researchers
strength born of confidence. Quite likely the \llle, who was Instrumental In that a study: of pica In human

problems were successfully resolved. However, it passage of the legislature resolu- indicated that "pica U a complex
is a fair assumption that our progress was slowed Ion honoring the composer, will environmental cultural, and psychological

J by fears and indecision bOrn of a lack of confidencein be the Foster Week speaker at problem". v v air ., ,
our abilities to properly and successfully: handle 2:30: p.m. on Sunday. Jan. 10, They noted that perhaps a
the task at hand. Barnes announced. Senator IIous- similar statement could apply to
If our goal 1 Ia worthy and our methods of reaching it are honor ton Roberts Live Oak will Introduce domestic animals too. ,, ,
able, then, forearmed with the knowledge that Wt have the required I him. U'

ability: we can confidently expect to a
FREE AMBULANCE SERVICEFor strumental music program will be Jehovah's Witnesses To :

Suwannee County Residents presented along with Senator ConventionRegular
Attend
Connor's talk, Barnes said.
BRODY C. HARRIS Miss Thelma A Boltln. pro meetings at Kingdom
gram director at the Memorial Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses on

will be mistress of ceremonies forthe I Houston Street were cancelled

SUWANNEE''FUNERAL HOME program which will b. held In this week so tin member could
the auditorium of the Foster Ca- attend a three-day circuit convention

IJcensca Funeral Director lllon. Tower The public 1s Invited In Valdosta William W. : r
to attend the program on Jan 10 Weaver presiding minister of the
625 S. Ohio Avenue
u well as special concerts featuring Live Oak congregation announced { JII a ?nosw
LIVE OAK FLORIDA _
the St. Petersburg Male Chorus this week. :

on Jan. 16 and 17. There ls no Local activities will be resumed

PHONE 362.1234 chare for admission other than next week he said and the

the regular fee for entering the public ls Invited to attend all .

park Barnes pointed out. meetings of the group. i _
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