Suwannee Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028422/00311
 Material Information
Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: November 25, 1965
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000398954
oclc - 33273856
notis - ACE4563
lccn - sn 95026787
System ID: UF00028422:00311
 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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This Turkey Teaser Week' { "' sUWANNEE I DEMOCRAT Try Merchanti Pint Jive k., ..I,:.,;


. f E Citru rH Haul Confiscated ''Murder Charged In Shooting ::11

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1 Of 3 ReleasedIn j Kiimnls Heart Talk Argument Uvcr Beer KesiiILs In 4

H I 'j\N: Trial For J I On FnrntCttv ,Jr'""k Pistol Slaying Of Georgia ManAn

Grand argument over a can of beer way the apparent'

Larceny cause of a fight which endl'd.in the death of Paul Martin, .

William R. Copeland was I 27, a fire department employee of East Point Ga., Mon\

released from custody Tuesday day in Live Oak. Witnesses nay that Martin was shot

during the Circuit Court by Marvin W. Chauncey. :23! .,.of Falmouth,. after. the two

trial of Copeland and two began ngnuni in the lportman
s others:' indicted for grand lave' Lounge south of town 1
Cox Is I '
larceny in the breaking anti Ralph Sheriff Duke McCslllstrr laid
that he and Deputy Marvin Phillips .
entering of the Cou- ola
dfi MIA District 2 Jr arrived at the night clubafter
bottling plant here September receiving a report of the I

25. hooting shortly slier B pm. It
Authorities My Copeland war SupervisorRalph was reported that Chauncey admitted
d released for lack of evidence. the shoot'ng! and turneda

The trial of Charles Simmons H. Cox has been ..ppolnt.Id .n.c.Ubr.lu&om.U. pistol over
and Kenneth Roy McPherson Indlclfd district supervisor of DlitrlcX to the authorities when they arrived
with Copeland continued Farmers Home Administration .
'thru Wednesday, The men are with headquarters st Live Oak County Judge RHea Brown as !
represented by Attorneys Jsc accontlnf to Stale Director W. T. coroner charted Chsuneey with
Edward. Ray McDanlels and Shaddlck Friday, murder The County Orsnd Jury
Tom Perkins all of Lake Alfred, Cox will\ have admlnlitrsttveJurlMllctlon will hear the csss Monday, according .
Court re-oanvrned Monday after over fllA offices In to BherrVf )tcCallbter.Martin .
a week's recess Judge R. II Frank L. darters, director .f Tallahassee. Madison Jasper
rk lnformatln. farm Credit Ranks died three minutes attar
Rowels orf Iht bench.
Osk Lake
City OslneivtlleChleflsnd. ,
., (lambla. S. C. hs arrived at the !Buwannee!
lute Qua Cannon Monday ws principal
.... Gasrd Bervte ......... Inspector Garth Noble. left Is ebeckla acertined .lasd ., chanted' Ma plea from not tullty speaker si tb. ....... Use handle supervised and Ocals credit, which County Hoaptul ef a bullet wound

I Htnu lake from DAD T..... Cempaay Bnday mntlaf at Bradford.,, t'........ tile Ire** an.j of msniltughtcr to ullty, lie was Oak KlwanU Ctab'i Farm-Clly tram In a the U, 8. Department pro-01 In the left shoulder.According .
tcft-rtcbt. the track doer a4 Inspectors O. I* Ad kins. a.d R. IL Hatch. (ID.. BUlner Pb.l.l> represented by a public defender. Herb .heave.... Wednesday Agriculture.A to reports Martin
Barton IHS cbalrwum .f and a friend from Georgia
Attorney Arthur u Lawrence 01 was iraduste of the University 01 wereon
Fsrm-Clly Week .. KalhCsrvlln their to Btelnhatches to
Live Oak way go
Florida In agriculture, Cox has
Cannon was Indicted for manslaughter and directed the slslscMervsnes fishing. They apparently\ stoppedIn
OrB/UK/Nt Load Of been with Die agency since! 1131
Big Illegal Citrus tick Uve Oak and became
In the deaths of Mrs, yesr.Who's He has previously worked In Live I -
Marti Allen and Mra. Hart Dell S. Oak la county end area lunrr with Chauncey at Jimmy's Baron
our LOUD( I Confiscated At Allen June II. allegedly esused bJ visor, and has also ..rYfd- ss-area Conner Street,
Branford his leaving a truck: parked on V3.I2 I 1 Qualified supervisor In Dartow and Oslnesvllle. The three went together to the
Witt ...... O. IVaeawwthTnaakiflTmc
at night causing the wreck In Sportsmen and were sitting at

Local State Department of Agriculture which they died. Cox who Is a veteran of Wo let Vi. bar together when Martin
officers confiscated enforctrafnt Judge Rowe sentenced Cannon To Vote In The War H. Is a colonel in the U. n picked up a beer can from which
This weeks column war written a Urge shipment of illegal citrus at to fire years Imprisonment, ae. Army Active Reserve He resides Chauncey was drinking, accord
on the ire of the national holiday Branford Sunday morning and caught two produce dia- cording to the office of County here with his wife Melba KM Ins ta authorities, dAn
which baa toil some of Its ilcnlfl- tributon trying to smuggle the unclaaaifled fruit past an Clerk Lavaughn BMiiona School ElectionAny daughters, who attended Live Osk argument began ever the

eance with the paatace of Ume inspection station on ITS. 27 at the_intersection of.VS. 12.9.Ll..e . schols. are Mrs. C W, Doff Jr. beer II la reported, and blows
for today mart of wa uw the boll ii w.a UM larfBii aincw cacn. Farm Bureau qualified' elector In Buwan : and Miss Prlscllle Cox Doth were exchanged before Chaunceyshot
day for pkafure rather than an of noq-errUn.d fruit confiscated nee County will be able to vote In I presently live In Jicksonvtils twice with the automatic
occasion to expreM thanks to our Oak Glrlt Go In UM UU In recent years about i the school trustee and special where Mill Cot teschM In the pistol wounding Martin with one
Maker, to our friends and far the For \Wtt NFJC 1.000 bushels from two truck I Hears I AdviceOn elections on December 7, accord blvd school system of the ihots
opportunity to nee In a free land. beads Ins to an opinion by Alfred T a ,
AU of the action took'pl.c Inside -
With an IU fault, and none Three Use 04 fwt are amen Oarta NobJ a'of Live Oak wpenrUlnt Alrth. county attorney, But not the building
X 4My U&l this (wwrnment of OlIn U ...!> .ed for tke ".... \ Inspector at the lUtton. Tobacco an can vote In the mutate eleslion. \Irs.\ Fred HaasRecognized
baa made and wffl conttay" <* "fewer* tia. *4 NH .....* aid that C. J. Dooley, Owner of -1, Sheriff McCaniitsr said thaiChaqncey
make mkUkea; we sun entty thertatoft r Jamwr CcOe*.. 'TW wtiMMT will DAD Tomato Company .f RMMtrad farm. !lunar member braid This means that any "'...&,erect I was taken Into custody.
frtdom of any nation on b* esleetsd derisur a ,.,... and Vincent Cutmona. Dick Lundy, director of ftuwsn, voter In Q. county Is uaiincd to For when he and fbllllps' arrived at
earth. Pcs.'ee 1 to tb* saiews arm. owner of Mt. Vernon Packing nee Valley experiment: Button cut his baQot on the election or toe scene >.':
Judged .s .***.. peewMudlty.Uleerf. Company of IlL Vernon DL at* here, and extension: Bervic Atronomlst school trustees, and on the specla I Cnauneey' ls married and has
Here IB Suwanme County we and bsawty.Tb tempted to ship the fruit part 0. U Brothers recommend election to abolish the office of Top 4.11 Work three children.by .
find Ourselves In much the same imlaiia fr- her adtb4r the station with falsified docu- procedures. In tobacce trowmf school trustee.ReiUtrstkm. aun.hai "MUfti ls turrlrld
situation as did those brave pUirtma sc...ers ant Carwl Lyes menu. at their Thursday night books hue been IIr:. frsd lisas of MsAlpIn, by wife A4.two children:
of yeatoryMr, for we hart .. Phi BU Lambdai Bheil The two men were released meeting In Bewlah. closed since October 2. but those adult leader of the McAlpin 4-ll .
bad a food hamat Mla year, our 'McDMML. Fhl Theo Ka.MI from Suwanme County aulhorlUea It was suggested that the fsrm who have qualified to vote under Club, hss received stale recognition
people are prosperous and we sad Ales .... *- **...*., Sunday morning after portI en prepare the land In the 1.111 lye or residence requirementssince of her contribution to 4-II Jaycees Puth Vote
hay weathered a major disaster' sad bsiketbsB ksAt ... I I << ... BIO LOAD rue I) en which they plan to plant that dale DIll retUter A Club work In Florida. She Is one
m good fashion. bacco. In order to reduce to-I voter muM be II years old. a re.l. of four 4-H alumni In the ststs For School llontltfttltMSM
But wbare cur forefathers took todt possibility and ales ,... -- dent of Florida for one year a to receive. the citation this year, were Metrlb to4 st
the time to w to plaeea of woriht > ..eaD u.r--Uini-1 decompose resident of Buwannee Counts for State 4-H alumni' recncnIUdei .Is the live Oak ,.,.... muting
and five thanks. to the AH Saturday .tIHfln, Tie agronomists. also ssld that at least sit months and mentally given to former 4-H Club .... T.....' which membees will'
wtoe Ood who tvktes our destiny |It.. ADVI('!:. rap I.) competent prior to refbtrstlon.. here whose sccompushmento eaemptlfy slre. ..... f. slgnalares Is calla
most of as will IbM ouraeJvea to a In the mlllsis .\election to deride effective community" lead ..*..< bead sleetlMi. for |lto 0mink.
TV set to wateto football at- slat County Cowffllssioners Asked To school: tst district IhIll.... ,r hlp, public ...,.... senlse to srMtrMtlMi I."
trek to ether sots where. enter Turkey Tenter It the elKlMllty. requirements ae.eordlM 4-11 Club work, and success In fee B.......*. ('*..., ...*.ls,

Ulnmrat and pleasure Is pteoOful. Back Promotion Of ColiseumLeon In This Issue t.o Alrth kr.. In additionto their chosen Career. It. W. 'llUtlilJsyeew. ftelrenrne lit
betnf a qusllfed snd duly ref Mrs lisas, a homemaker hss s.eyd eeeUIn any
lwhbn the This w.*.*'. IBM ef the *.- tered voter-: been active In 4.ll Club work .f Lsa to ewer wilh led pe.
'It baa been a food year here in Chamber of Commerce, repreaenting, asked the Board Suwannee of County County Com- .....* 0...,.& aUliie the the person must have I moat sf her life, rot over 10 yeer Wlmr. tad said that they
Bowmtmea County and for thla we miaaloners Ilia AMiasl TurIn Teasersalad actually paid sn sd valorem tax she has been a 4-11 l leader a1Nld b* relerwed st Ibe BestwU
should by frawluL Ufe here Ire Saturday to pay for brochures promoUnr the yea every TbaeJuslvtafMMC on real or penonal property In An five of her children have ..tiling.reutesm.
been" pleaaant atnee U t Tbanka adJIUei at the.Arricultural Coliseum complex to be dl. I tie.Mee the county during the year INI, been ouUUndlns 4-lf Club ...... saw be avail
dvtng ILDIII reports kdkaIs uw ributed nation-wide. I ..k..ts wb ......... !I. or must" own real or personal bore. Bhe hss seen ten of her able al Ibe feJlowlmr rUses .,
I aounty bon the verse of an ewa Lawhon aha ailed Urn aammieitoners : .... epees se faces II. II. s4II. property subject to the payment t.II'." bosoms state winners sndreceive holt..* tee feters .... wish. to
better year in .*... Thus we barf &of} pajr f a food year behind va to aw tnoufb UMaa and chaise to IrdilaUon.Tbe* far. programa under the ..... far wblrb Ik* U. friw .. personal property or homestead., Congress In Chlcsso *.,. frier M.*i. C.. Nary Jane

thankful for and props a *f a Mt lOt people for QM at tk. ..... ........ 8 ...,.... k tie CM*. emptkms during the calendar Mrs. lisas was a 4-lf Club H...... Cheek Dr... and $..-
ntor 4-II Club
toed year ahead which ate calls and ud that tae&UGnaI T. wls ,,,. yeas e..U.l ... year IMa"If member herself for some five v. Mt.n sad Cane I.........
Mcp Ii.
for Ihankadvtnc.ft rwunort ftodmU Mold build UMfurnnwr add wai granted M their 1m funds by the to Board dewlapCharb to IrMMe mid writo tare. HeeM.brsade s person wtahlnf to qualify to ,..,.. I ......,.
seeders avsUtMe .!
ce .
vote In the muiaae election aura
aceordmt t* UM county 8.. ...
aa a recreation
Is food to see the bo$1 Ike plays at ...lMM* e.<*d toUM hive with him of
clrrk-a .mo. I i 4-.. not s receipt ;
art* Tbe Cub
prrrtourfy rTcettwd #- ru .
1141 (bar
I Turkey lesser Tfc Fullhrlgl lilt
street decorations fta op aq time Red PeVan. a teUnt county I r a Ciua tMhl! In Action pages tas payment he wilt b.* requiredto
this y..,, Too many times ta tK year rtptwM'nUnt, UM Rural gnat from Readrra tiny .iII ke ,...*. m a skeet sign an affidavit at Ms voting
past we bave been ..... the test ,.q,L i OicMl huft.odaUin eMy ewverbm .... >*..le to precinct stating that he has paid
Arru pffvlopment Conned In*
of M7 for UM aaaM pra- .......
feast .... .. beDay
dues m the state to rt around rrporUd that aovanoe County!| Jtct. las on property er owns property
1 to this function. 'I I /kakis tee phase ThssksleIa. fubjert .. ad vslorem taxation
baa bun n UdetwiUd ender the ia.. COCNTT. rate ItTbarwaay .lf lf1
I Christmas ab PIN bfflns In e/ IMC urtnf the year
earnest SlIM after Thankas1vtr4 -- The .m... as recommended by
and It la hoped local stores wffl b* the school lrutes Is. 10 mills the 1
vWted ana by readeats. here for Origins Of Thanksgiving Day maximum which eats he ...w.
masiry spent here baa a way ofbslptnc This. Is the same amount which 'stag Ie
m this task ef elsaaw ail w. levied .but year, ,
buiadnf and we have a asap |Att freeholders -. thses. who meet
haOdtng to do In 1M if we aw Date Back To Ancient Worldday the IftI ace sbeUon reqinrementiwill
M math the IIDU&IIIdDr freely I either vote* In favor of the
radkttd for IBM are. recommended II mills or write HI 1 1
I Thmb. 1TamksgMnt II retarl.r chosen the wage which they advoeais
was more often than I
nil....d rottdmis ef this aa an AaMrkan on aaa. tu an, other e.INan .
day. The record ef the
county w B earefaOy read the crummy 10 back not nty 10 Uw I 1 1eU FlleTim" first harvwt erMwsuwtto .

news story tattled ki this. weekHedntoa Mrtd tat- UM scam amid the '.lIef lot ere not specify I Injuml Wfirtt
relative to> the aJ Tb ow TtacaaMM e. L
spec ntateajaaaay j dates BUM the feasting tested. Train Illu (Ar
twctlesi .. be twill ta IBM cowntyeatfcecmbfrT if tmer. to bam fwtt-l three dsys. there ..
Salt dance Jams JscJusst colored, was In- 1
Ok too bean UM papto af UM
that one cf the days was Thursday. lured Wednesday about II'M ...
Three dMtoct ballots. ,
wOl bavaflable Milt hand I* aaiaaura a year .
ben a / train knocked A,9
for the three ejuesttanstobedecMHL l they save aamial. thanks sail for UM WbH some ailed ....... hM auto about$ feet ef a era*
tram crvf that carry adopts Inc juet cf f O .. M West r Live
One baOet tIM white ... MIl them thrmttt UM lard laoaitlM ThanksghUs
pfrmM the v...en tt ttde meaty to ahead. UM Katknal OonraphM | o..snd dt ,'sntU a MralAffair j Oak
the cuss
Made whether .. .. .. vmattcli f1 f j City peace rperle4 that "* -
er soot to bate Society tapartant cf the ........ 'Tb
ctMal. ......... Aaothrr the rrrwooMta tfonac UM *apmnary la Coaersw c.ean.e.1 son cam dreg Berth an1M
bhM rail permits vwten to write e< aacttvt Om. Out dec natse spctoldayscf i tacks In a 1M1 ford when the
m UM ..... ffI Uuee pees to maw tae M nr, they aIM .1 Mtlh* war.la tor vide..e there westbound tram hM few. HeMfrer4wbcL
serve aa lnstee to event' elector tr.oa
.. sat veto to ...... sask trastoie. TAm CBftHl Stiles baa swt au aa ........, her from ine.Hew cu Bmsdtnet. mss. The Sneer h ta the ..aIUIINc..a.

_41 apnkot ee l3aakMMnMd I I OMB AkrakMa ........ wthn Dew c.nrraM Jersey as1 spues rose 4 to that UM. rstjsns, en KcMvltol the head wills arms and .broken lace W. f, r........ Wt tiled late |.. .**.4 beak toed ,rift,

The tbM. balM the tnva meet ''a city tor ..nS.. IMOB .. the artlrati rewlnc Thank UM fiie dia* riBcmssund a day aa Xcrtbeast ........ Ca.a4y .... tb. Otarrto I.. wbilo. bating
Is UM narmal mQaca Wet wblebIs sal fatafly rttfdamtt Sttfagtoltuiiai>iia t .
I! awassss said be eltl Mt save seaaee. sal Cssia. CWtta Is tbe aety bMe4
sward tank two years tar .... ton* AawrtcaM a taw lice to art ..... as III etaM dlnerm4ieehs fat a
..*. T C1DXG. ..... B) tbe. vraMM. date UM fMrtft rw aa.w nasal. Thai- .lace setobasnmMig' cf the United d'rlnr." Wry. hi so ibsegee >te4 re4 .*.. -Themes.....e sad ..-.. C. M..> Tb lacY
T/L&iIAOiTThIQ h/. I. bad, been CM at this. wrtUn*.. SM ef UM brfsl SM. M ....... fbto by .... BIsbMe)

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Suwannee County, Florida

Give' ThanksToday's FrontBy 1915-1940-1955 .

holiday should be a special octo half a million dollart!of state funds, and i

casion of thanks for Suwannee County. possibly with matching federal money. Doyle ..

During the past year, we as a community Agriculturally, this year's tobacco CoDDerFlorida
have many things to which we can point on crop a major Suwannee County econom- Token From The Filet Of I

Thanksgiving Day as examples of God's ic item brought a record sales total. cattlemen exported TIDE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT .. ...,.
bounty to our area. Swine production in the is the ,-_ -- I
county on more than 180.000 head of feeder I "'"
In Live Oak, a little, more than one year upswing ; the new state Swine Evaluation calves for fattening out-of-state
after the destruction caused by Hurricane Center and Animal Disease DiagnosticDora during 1984-65 -<. and I only wishI 1915The E. Blume went to Jacksonville seven-car educational "fair on

most of the businesses and Individuals Laboratory will aid development of live could report that all these animals Old Spanish Trail Scout Friday as a committee appointedby wheels" halts on the Atlantic
bringing maximum returns the City Council to see demonstrated Coast Line railroad tracks Tue
who were hit hard by rising water stock programs. were Car arrived in Live Oak from day.
have recovered well. There is an air of Sales tax indices, bank deposit totals to our producers. Jacksonville Tuesday night, and a a motor fire truck. The

industry throughout the community, and population estimates new construction of It has been a some practice of our for cattle manyyears meeting was held with the Chamber with gentlemen the truck were and much are eonvlpcedthat pleased It was announced last week
people are noting with encouragement private homes and businesses all point producers to market lightweight of Commerce to signal the it ls the very thing for Live that the county's net quota under

signs of future growth to a healthy community looking to the fu- feeder calves, overlooking an increasing event. The Scout Car is a promotion Oak though they are not at all the initial draft of registrants to
No small indication of this is the reture and aware of the opportunity for pro demand among feeder project started by the Mobile confident that the Council will be filled December 13 thru June

cent announcement that Live Oak was selected gress. buyers for heavier calves which Ala, Rotary Club, to advertise deem it wise to Invest S9.000 In 1 30 Is 18 According to reoortu. nn.- '

as a vocational-technical center. An All these material blessings the people would increase their returns. the coast-to-ooast highway the machine at this time: Iy one man from .here may go On
Old Trail.
route of the Spanish
institution of major proportions will be 10of Suwannee Coounty can recognize on Those who choose to ship their the first can.

cated here in physical plant costing Thanksgiving Day. raivM.while they're still light
a up -
are passing up opportunity, to Houses were unroofed torn 19/0 Parker Jackson of Taylor Cou:'!.
Improve their pastures to take down and Umber was destroyedat The Suwannee County Grand ty was sentenced to six years by
their carves beyond weaning and a devastating rate during the Jury upon asking for its discharge Judge R. H. Rowe for man
/ Oiti&tAbout into the. supplemental feeding terrific windstorm in Taylor Tuesday afternoon com- slaughter.
It Is estimatedthat .
stage. County Thursday mended the county on the com
The great demand among feeer *- the wind velocity was 100 pletion of the new county jail in
buyers for heavier cattle nwertheless miles per hour. Railroads were a resolution drawn up and signedby 1955
& And should make such': investments strewn with trees, and many Foreman J. M Hurst and Federal and state beverage I'.
% most desirable par roads have been completely block, Clerk S. P. ents ,of Live Oak arrested two
That ticularly In light of recent fli"l- ed. So far, no lives have been Lanier Lake City men. confiscated a 1951

ings that Florida feeder calves reported lost Captain JacK Lloyd, the famous Oldsmobile and destroyed 7) giU-
perform exceptionally wil In 73-year-old soldier of fortune Ions of moonshine Tuesday night,
Get Cooked
Frogs Prosperity
Midwest feedlots Walter Smith colored alias adventurer and character Of the The two men wen Robert A
There'a an old story that says you can't kill a One of the problems confronting American In September, 1984 representatives Walter Clark: alias Walter Den- "Old West", blew Into Live Oak Green and Daniel 8 Roberts

frog by dropping him In boiling water. He reacts business today is how to cope with prosperity. of Master Mix Feed Research ham was arrested Sunday after on his annual winter trip Sunday I Both men were apprehended by

so quickly to the sudden heat that he jumps out There la. in some instances too much business Decatur Indiana purchased numerous thefts In the city of night and as usual the old timer the agents as they were unload.

before he's hurt. But If you put him In cold Not for everyone, of course including, perhaps 107 head of good and which he is believed to be re- paid the editor of.the Democrat ing monshlne In a weed field Io

water and then warm It up gradually, he'' never you and some of the rest of us. standard grade Angus and Bisn- sponsible. During Fair week C. W. a visit, told of his ideas of conditions sated about 100 yards east of a
at the Polk County Rogers caught him In the act of of the world today, and Negro night club at the
decides. to jump 'til It's too late. By then he's But try and get something a hurry that you gus Suwan-
his machine outside the
feel Oraded Feeder Calf Bale M Lake- related that he uw a very prosperous nee-Columbia County line on
cooked I you just have to have and
right now, you'relikely land. fair grounds and had him ar- future for the South due U. 8. 90.Suwannee.
Men just as foolish. Take away their to run into delays that will have talking
are you At the time of the sale, the rested but the grand jury foundno to the intensive military programall
freedom overnight and you've got a violent revoto yourself and to the people you're dealing calves averaged 360 pounds and true bin and ha was discharg the way from San Diego to County's annual 4-N
lution. But steal It from them gradually (under with when they were placed on experimental -'I ed. Since he gained his freedom a Key West. Club Achievement Day banquetwill

the guise of "security," "peace or "progress") Paradoxically, most companies that find trem- feeds, they 413 blacksmith shop was entered anda !1 Since leaving here In March, be held Friday, Dee. 9. In the

and you can paralyze an entire generation. Look selves overloaded with orders are acutely embar- pounds on the we.Lhed. pistol stolen, three turkeys were the veteran traveler has been in ;'Live Oak school cafeteria I.. F
at the Income tax It started out at.a harmless reseed, genuinely sorry for.the delays and trying Half the cattle were red nign LL taken from a man's coop and one 43 states of the country and has Chapman, warden of the Jorltta
and the other naif was sold to Mrs George Wolfe bya traveled in Canada. State Prison will nuke
sounding leIt would have been easy to jump desperately to catch up. grain rations extensively the principle :
rations Angus Negro said to be Smith. The
but like the frog we Reasons for the delays in silage and grain address
out of water tepid as this filling orders vary turkey was restolen the night of
proportionately farmers and Achievement
and Brangus were Suwannee County Day meetings
waltedw hlle It climbed even higher (Try jump- Management points to the difficulty in are
obtaining the two the sale
distributed between their neighbors In the city, sponsored nationally by the Ford
waited wrile It climbed even higher (Try jumpIng enough skilled labor to long waits In getting groups. Councilmen J. A. Peeler and J. brought up to date by their recent Motor Company and locally hereby

now. parts for the products a company manfactures They 'were fed for 240 dais. county fair with the latest developments RalUff Motor Company
Worst of all, we never learn. Even today we to breakdown pf key machinery through postpone Final weighs averaged more than of promise that the feeding tests in livestock forage and -

cannot believe that Medicare is the same warm ment of repair and maintenance work that has 940 pounds or about 2''. pounds have established. forestry In the state when the Plans for the biggest Christmas

water that will one day boll us In Socialized Medi been put off to enable the factory to keep going weight gain per day each. celebration are being -made

cine We see no connection between farm price/ at top speed to longer vacations by skilled At least as Impressive as the by members of the Live Oak
supports and Nationalized Agriculture And if we workers. weight performance was the upgrading A CONSCIENTIOUS? OBJECTOR. Junior Chamber of Commerce,
In quality While the animals -" bringing In' Santa Claus. a fireworks
draw a parallel between subsidized teacher's pay And some delay is due to insistence by proud were roughly half good and display and small gifts

and federal control .education, we are called management that quality for which the product Is half standard grade calves when from Santa for the children.
"extremist." famous shall not be lowered one whit, no matter how they were auctioned these were

The tragedies of history are always repeated long it may take to fill an order. their slaughter grades, : '. Mil AMe A deed for one acre of land

by those who refuse to learn them. To seek guidance If American business runs true to form it will Five prime, 88 choice, 34 good located on the moon was recorded -

from the past is not turning the clock lick this problem u it has others And the way 2 standard In the clerk's office Wednes

back" as we are so often told. It U merely a good no one wants It solved Is by a recession from the Thus they adapted extremelywell / day. Clerk John Rowland Jr. n'd

way to keep out of hot water. Plant City Courier current high levels of consumer demand. to the changing climatic and that this was the first time lies

Most, of us will agree that If we h.ve'to have, feeding conditions. All of the .".,. b,+wA.'w. ", office had been CaleM upon to
held their grade, record
animals not only .. such an "important dorumentA.
a business problem let it be that business II too .
The First SessionThere's but most of them substantially oi .
little doubt the first session of- the good This kind of trouble we can stand even if Improved. The Quit Claim Deed was .Issued

89th Congress will go down In history along with some of us do have to wait a little longer for some- The animals drl'llt'd.out at an by the Interplanetary Development
we think needed yesterday 82 cent of their carcass Mr.
Roosevelt's first: session as one of the most farthill' we excellent per Corporation to
reaching in the nations history At least most of us are able to buy what we weight. and Mrs. Karl 0 Wade. Wade

In output, the first session was unusually pro-' need. And some, of us can remember when this Similar fording experiments on ? told a Democrat reporter that
wasn't, the case Florida feeder calves are being iY 4 they had purchased the property
ductlve and new social welfare legislation passed conducted now in Austin. Mln- "sight. unseen1,
may have a greater effect on the life of U. 8. citizens -The Cocoa Tribune newt: and the results of these

and the economy than that of any other session a tests are expected within ate. Preliminary work has startedon

since 1033. Losing Individualism? weeks. a proposed new 34-unlt motelon 1

Two defeats which Irritated President Lyndon Many Americans seem to be losing sight of We anticipate that the findings U. 8. 90 West by Robert Le.

Johnson were the refusal of Congress at the last the fact each Individual in a free society must of the 1984 study in Indiana will on property across from Ksyl

minute to vote funds for rent subsidies and the to a large extent be responsible for his. own be corroborated by the Minnesota Restaurant.
refusal to repeal section 14-B of the Tatt-Hartley general welfare results. In turn this docu- .

labor law. :But in the field of civil rights immigration In a recent nationwide opinion poll the mented evidence of the excellent In one second, the sun radUtes
majority Florida feeder calves
potential for mot energy than man has used
education, housing, health legislation
of this country's middle class felt enroll- for fattening elsewhere should
and urban life legislation and in other fields the, slnot tto beginning of civilisation.
;anent |In federally-run job-training should of interest
camps bring a new surge Florida citrus grew 18-fold In
President got most of what he wanted. be required for feeder buyers.
habitually unemployed people. among the put 79 years.
There are difference of opinion on the question -
a public airing was held recently in the
of the immediate economic outlook for the na-' developinga
District of Columbia to consider a proposal to Even u buyers are
tlon. Most experts think the future bright Tax collections make greater appreciation for Florida
unlawful for a drivers 'or passenger in
have Increased u taxes have been reduced. feeder calves, many of our cattlemen
car, not to seat belts
As for Congress itself, traditional critics have wear continue to assume It Is to .v,
(Seat belts are advisable for most people and
been moved to praise the session as proof Congress their best advantage to market M
; i
can respond to the needs of a highly Industrialised can be recommended, generally But there are them while they are still as light 1URKEY. .a
modern society cases in which persons suffered ruptures In using as 330 pounds when sunrcy ..
them. And belts often don' fit stout clearly show' that feeder bumsare
The one certain prospect for 1988 ls that there "
pregnant women or small children It would present most competitive In their ( RJHEMINCE
will be less legislation passed in hat second session COO to
In the
problems for such people u operators of milk- quest for feeders
and. probably, less of an inclination on thIn e
700 pound range.Many .
part of Congress to give the President what he block.delivery) trucks who make many. stops In a single out-of-staU feedlot operators Il f PIED .. .

slats upon. -Havana Herald have lightweight ealvtsstop
We must be careful not to build a government over at an Intermediate, point

Russia Settles Argument which forces absolute conformity on all eltlsens. for supplemental feeding to condition
There art exceptions: and Individual cases where them for maximum performance '
The Russians have settled once and for all, injustices Thee t\ 1
Inevitably occur when we seek to legislate In the
the argument between the C. S. Alt Force and Am- beravior and personal decisions, which reach into Intermediate points are. p-rhap" ... ,.
erica's National Aeronautics and Space Administra every. detail of a citlsen's life. earning dollars which our 0."
cattlemen might find to their ....
tion.Th -Havana Herald
two IT.. fl.. IvulUu .have. lone been In. /III.. profit to earn at lame bringing
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their calves to a twavltr wHihtso .
agreement over the space
program NASA has propersndedelAmerica's It should be purely The Suwannee Democrat that they can go direct to red-
lot and retain their Florida tdettits. -
in the Interest of gaining knowledge about space 1The
, and how to travel therein. USAF generals have OAK FLORIDA The Florida Cattlemen's Association

+, been reiterating that the whole space program "/n the "...., of the Sa..l1,.*. Rirer YiSUf with close cooperation from first Thanksgiving was made possible by the

should be tied! to national defense. the Florid Department of Atri- peaceful

j The Soviets had their bit annual celebration of BANNER Consolidated LEADER culture an dother agencies paved generosity of the Indiana who shared
Established IM4 August J. 1897 Established DUB turkey maize I
the Bolshvik revolution the other day. Star of the way to new marketing ,
lIa1t <
Livery Thursday al Ftp a Conner 8U H
the parade in Moscow was a huge roctet which which could be of treat and fruit with the hungry Pilgrims. It behooves

the Russians explained. Is capable of triggering a Louie C. Wadsworth .?............... Publisher benefit to the cattle Industry In us to show

surprise nuclear attack from apace T. A. Leonard, Jr. ........................... Editor the future. our thankfulness by likewise sharing
Such sates are designed to encourage our with
Existence of the rocket U enough to make the Clara S Wadsworth .......,Associate Editor Improvement of quality

world uneasy President Johnson obviously was Walter,Lea Olive .... Advertising Manager Increasing of weights maintenance less fortunate people.

wise to side with the Air Force last summer and George T. (Pete) Wright... Shop Foreman of health and making our

announce full speed ahead on the program to Second Cfer Postage PaId At Live Oat Florida feeder cattle easily accessible to
build and launch the Manned Orbital Laboratory potential buyers.
SUBSCRIPTION BuwannM County 14.00 While the dram" for
which would be related to defense. Work to alreadyunderway RATES Outside Buwannee "teatmi
;$5.00 such sale among feedlot or*****
on weapons which can attack and atopnuclear
ALL BUBSCRIPTIONa on In the Midwest state and Industry
Payable In Advaaeo
missile+i orbltnc n space. The' MOL will representative also established

be another step toward making sure that the bit the lint which led to experimental COMMERCIAL BANK
Russian rocket m., never go into space armed. with MEMBER OF' f *'dtn T of Florida _..

that nuclear warhead. FtorWaJ're.e AModatioa calves tn that region.'
The Soviets never tem to carry out acrralv e I The experiments should wort 4L. OF LIVE OAK
8UWANNSE COCNTTChamber to UM advantage ., oar
threats when they nails that there .to someone LIVE OAK. FLORIDA
cattlemen but they caa roaliM _
strong enough and, wllltaf enough to trJe of Coa_
even greater returns by offertnc
atop them. -Dabtaojs (aunty nortdaa. '
.. heavier, Cairo showing UM sort I

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I Pastor's Cornerby ..nkil n. .....a .. II.H-HL ".... Sutcannee Democrat

LIlted below are new subscript
PASTOR WESTWOOD BAPTIST ClTOItCH tlons and subscriptions renewedto

Thanksgiving: For Blessing and sonal and corporate buffeting A the Suwannee Democrat from
Buffeting. Union Thanksgiving was born, November 12 to November It.
In the fall of 1821 our PUgrm with the hope that this healthyman I NEW srnscRirriONS
fathers Cat down with their child from the matrix of a Holiday Inn. Lake City
friends and relative to a sump- troubled society might pull our C. F, Logan Jacksonville
toua repast resplendsnt with new people together In thanksgiving.Praise n r i :. i Pvt., Harmon O. Warner. N Y.
world foods. This took place In a Ood. America has been r N YSCnSCRIPTlONS.
I IJr spirit of thanksgiving for the drawn together In a unity of spirit RENEWED

I II wonderful blessings of the past and physical endeavor that has b .cost ,..... J-w., 1M Ew4 ........., t,.o 3.W's .... wwI4 ..,....h ........ w4 M*...*.. Ik* 0.......ky kto filth Jmmhk' ... Marllynn Bird. R'.. L. O.
year Even though the winter had made It second to none. taM Mum IMkVor. w..ro.rea a paraq lie rweiw W ......... 1w..aa eepIe wwM nt*.* UuW \.. ... .*.*ta*..*.g Mt.......*kt mtlMtwnr Jim Carmichael Rt.. L. O
been severe many crops had failed Now we arrive at the time forgiving Mrtkj tkkt lie weds a* .". yi.kMti .UMrUnf. tk. y"c' Ie wad M M IMM Ik* ...4 Mwy fcdlfWtML JmMUhWM J. C. Hunter, Rt, L O.
>n and only about one half the thanks for the blessings of **n* ..... uw >..>i. vwtor Kit ..,.at .M tat kt OoS.- -I.* ef tXrU.-J.mm (a, lie ... IT II-M.... US:IMS.U Bill Jones, Branford
II'Imu -, ...taa J. U.U JS4l.IT.l-ie. ..,.... H;,.... OOLDKlt' RXTt J nM h U IS. Mrs Nettle 8 Baladen. Jack.
original group survived our foundIng this past year Surely we ought
I. fathers paused to give thanks to be grateful to Ood for the fact aonvllleMn
And well they should have for that the soil of our great and I tice at the Center for 6th and 8th I dance Saturday with 180 attend. A. C. Lewis WellbornL.
upon their tables was game, flab. glorious nation has never known News And Activities From I grades Those boys in grades 1 tog. This Saturday the "Jades" L. Barnett Jr., O'Brien
and a new world productmaizeAs the ravages and disparagement of and 8 who art not going out for will play from 8 p.m. to U p m.aaturd. Mrs W. A .Norrls. Sanford
er these simple folk contemplatedtheir another war since ""Thanksgiving the Junior high team may begin Mary Catherine Bass O'Brien I;
toe lot I think they were able became a national holiday. Can THE RECREATION CENTERBy registration now for. league, .,'. football score was C O. Odom. .O'Brten.
to see the providence of Ood In we not also give thanks for the which will be formed If enough 47-33 TAU Saturday morning mill
1'n their provisions and they gave privilege and responsibility we ROT SULLIVAN. DlrecUr turn out.Many end the fotball ,,110I.t the Cen Tree On Maps|

thanks for such a harvest. The' free Americans have of protectIng Since Suwannee Hlgh'a basketball players will hold their games on ter. During the past nine weeks, A scrawny acacia tree. is to Important
Old Testament p""e."The the smaller and less privileged I team will be using the CoU- the Recreation Center court after have expressed a desire an average of six players were on a landmark In the Sahara
n beasts and cattle of all the worlds countries around our word. Moil seum full time 8th and 8th grade Its to participate in square dancing each team, and the average score that a It appear on mapa The
hills are mine" found new assuredly, the loss of late 'caues completion. No night games classes, but an Instructor .ls need. was 22.... Tree of Tenors In Niter, the only
>, mean-I will be played
Ing for these pious each thoughtful American Heartache I created by national and interneUonal ed to conduct the claws Anyone large plant growing for a hundred
r Thanksgiving became a n.tton-j and despair but from this demands. Our legislator The concrete surface U finished wishing to conduct square dancing Mrs. W 11 Psrramore of the miles, guides earavaneera to a
al holiday through the efforts 011 kind of buffeting we are made are still moved to action by the and only the goals and boundary please call 382-3004 or 38J1015. : Garden Club inspected the well
Sarah Joseph Hale In 1883 when, more thankful for our prevtou I voice of the public. Can we not lines need to be added. The grounds last week to determinehow
President Abraham Lincoln signed -, heritage of freedom and .*aponilblllty also be grateful for our atandard fund-raising campaign for the the Garden Club could Improve Three birthday parties were
the first national day 01'' Let us also give thanksfor 101 living? lias ever a nation given goals Is within $180 of the necessary The Center la closed all day the landscaping with shrubbery held at the Center this past week.
thanksgiving into existence. TAU our government and Its concern to much to so many? Multitude monies thanks to Dr. Hugo today (Thursday) In observant Our thanks to the group Friday nights and all day Saturday
0I was during the third year of the for all Americana It ls not of magnified millions are basking Sotolongo Ottls Brown Motors of Thanksgiving It will be open for their Interest In the appearance are renewed for school activities
Civil War Once again, we see Ootl from error but by and lane j In the Blow of material comfort and an anonymous donor. Friday" 9am. to 9 pm. of the Center They will decide Mont of till!,other time
making a people mindful of their Iou r democratic Nurautraey and their warming r.,.. December 4, 0:30 am., mill be I' at their December meeting are available for private gathering
t. blessings during a time of per f moves down a path of expediency j!I Indeed this warmth la Incubating the first call for basketball prac I I "Dark Horsemen' played at the what_ assistance they'll !provide !. Call In your reservation.
\. of aU ----
i a desire for all people ..
I IJ lands to enjoy our privileges and
T II pG.elllllona. Dare w. forget to ssy t
II I thank you for our health? We are ,
I enjoying the blessings of more Ins
t Ij I stitutionalised care than any t
I nation on earth and our life spat .-
1 continues to lengthen. What of "
the great social convulsion that We areproud '

j has gripped our nation Most assuredly toannounce
r this has been a buffeting ,
I I.
t and especially lor theappointment
.. for each of ua \
the Harlema. Chlcagoa. tltti
I Rocks. Selma and Oxfords of our ry'

, land. Yet this ls the product of ,.,. of f s 1\1\t; Kl'1 '
our freedom and aesthetic con
L tern. Right or wrong, we are stit : .
grateful that in America people
I can be heard and that we are ? BENJAMIN FLOYD BOULWARCI t 'u I .

aware of our ethnic group needs
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There are many many other areas .:
Here's the newest we could discuss but space vlll r Manager of Liberty National's Live
nut permit. Let us be thankful I .. 'i]
look in comfortHush lOa" District located at 225 Watt .Howard
them. .,
I Street veteran of more than 17 ,
I clone by calling TOUr attention -
Puppies casual 1 shoes-with a difference Smooth 4 OJ "
to perhaps our greatest blaas- of .eiperlence the life Insurance bust
glove-soft leather. Just wipe 'em clean. You still have the
same steel shank support and featMNlghtcrepe soles that log freedom of woryhlp In nest. Mr, Boulwara hat spent 14 years
have made Hush Puppies shots America's.favorite spite of the opinion of some misinformed In Management

casual Many new style, groups" freedom of does Mr Boulwara and hit wife Audrey attend
not necessarily mean freedom
sizes and colors also
able in famous from We must be watchful' of the the Methodist Church.
Brushed Pigskin*. Hush atheistic and agnostic dernagoguea -

stock up your casual availi Puppies of our day who seek to ,.,'
wardrobe today. destroy our rellaloua freedom and
a style and size just .-.. .., ..-- the complete separation ef church: LIBERTY NATIONAL t .
for you. w sus m. 1ne tee .I and stale. But as the bat.ta\....,* I Ul .MURMCI tovesavf,....,..... asset. '..-il ..t'.
of regimentation and troops of r, ,.

Prices (ro.mlust $9.99 I unbelief assail the bastions of our f ,Our, J
great religious heritage, these .t4 V
buff tUnc. will make us thankful
and U truly thankful then watch "
ful. Let ua Join hand and h"l1lft r
: thanking Ood for an our abundant

I resources our privilege our NOW I < .;<
native abilities and the buffet BY is
loge which make true thanktgtv CAPRICE

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I Top Dogs Hold Spotlight Dairy Calves I Homecoming Queen Crowned x TkV

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Be Weaned .:;: ..
Dancing dogs, acrobatic teats, .. .. May ..........
and music of the big top hIghlight i'

a "Safety Circus" to be pre Before 1 MonthIn r

sented at Pine View Elementary ; .........
School in Live Oak Monday. the future dairy calves maybe ,

The "Circus", a traffic safety; weaned before they are a

program now on a nation-wide month old.However.

tour of elementary schools features ""i'li" I ;" } two things are necessary ... ... '.
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10 trained dogs which do Y to accomplish this accordIng .... .
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various tricks, each demonstra- ;1"'h: / )),\ ; .*!" ''W to Dr. J. M. Wing associate
ting how to avoid traffic accidents !" ,. < < ;, dairy husbahdman with the

state's Agricultural Experiment
While in Florida. Officer Press .J1 ;! Stations. .1iN\

ley's local sponsors are the Florida I.t iIi : Calves must!'! be kept strong,

Department of Public Safety ." and must begin eating solid feed t ( t .
and the Florida Trucking Associ including roughage during the

ation. \ "first few days of life" The sclen.
Ringmaster of the show Is Officer "
List says calves at the Experiment 1kt&wt1 P,1
Ernest Pressley, special rep I .> Ii '/ \ \I Stations Dairy Research Unit are

resentative of the International .\ kept strong by using mixed colo- Quantity R9' .Nn

Association of Chiefs of Police JUt _. strum and high. solids (20 per 4i
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is the National -
which cosponsorwith --- cent) skim milk.

American Trucking Association The canine troupe of Officer Ernest Preuley (above) will present Dr. Wing points out that calves

of the tour. a "Safety; Circus" to the boys and girls of Pine View elementary : begin eating a mixture of hay and

Officer Pressley a policemanfor ; School Monday, The show on a national tour teaching traffic simple concentrates right away i J+ tk,4 1
nearly 20 years, began by because after week
a or so
safety and good citizenship to children. Is sponsored by the -
staging shows for neighborhood get milk only once a day.
American Trucking Association, the International Association of
children, featuring his talented If hay and concentrate were
dogs. The show drew such an enthusiastic Chiefs of Police and the Florida Department of Public Safety not mixed, calves might not eat !

response that he took enough hay to make their ttom-

leave from police departmentwork I ache develop enough for early de
to tour elementary schools Funeral NoticesLeo velopment. ,

teaching safety. Research is not complete but
Slogan of the program, which this year three groups of six Mary Alice Daniel, left receive honors as 1915 Homecoming

has appeared In 48 states, Is calves each had access to mixed I Queen from 1964 Queen Shirley Herring at halftime of the Fentandlna I .

"Walk Safe Ride Safe PlaySafe" L. solid feed from birth. Beach football game (Dan SUIner Photo)II
Herring Eugene Musgrove
Group 1 was fed mixed milks
Funeral services were held Sun Eugene O. Musgrove, 86. of Live for three weeks, then skim milk SuSUPER
Attend State Meet Live Oak
through 60 days of 2 Company
Plans AnnouncedFor day at Philadelphia Baptist Oak died Sunday in the Suwannee age; group I

Church for Leo Lott Herring oLive County Hospital following a unseeing received mixture of colostrumand Of Welfare Croup OKM At Inspection
high solids skim milk twice
who died in Tallahassee llness. He was a member Live Oak's National Guard unit
Oak .
Junior daily for one week then once daily Mr* R. P. Hopkins has returned SPE L-(
College November 19 following a long 111- of Zion Hope Primitive Baptist from St. Augustine where she apparently came out very well at
through 21 days of Calves
ness. lie was 77 and a native of Church and a retired farmer then weaned age. represented Suwannee County at Its annual Inspection Tuesday Tickets wi betin
were ; group 3 received -
CenterNorth Elder J. E. McCormick official- Nov. 18, .according Capt. Earl f'
Vo-Tech Suwannee County mixture of colostrum and the semi-annual meeting of the
Join the F
Rev Ewell Johnson. Rev. Frank ed at the funeral service at He high solids skim milk twice dally Florida Association of District Bembry, company commander .
Rev. W. T. Newsome bron Primitive Baptist Church Both Company A of tat Bat
Florida Junior College Bennett. for two weeks then once dally Welfare Boards November 17 and
has received State Board of Edu- and Rev. Allen Price officiated! Wednesday afternoon and burIal through 21 days of age. These 1$. talion. 187th Armor, Florida Na-
cation approval for the addition of at the service. Burial was In the was in the church cemetery calves then were weaned. Mrs. Hopkins wa accompaniedby tion Guard, and the Reconnsls-

an Area Vocational School Dr Philadelphia Cemetery. Survivors Include four daughters Average number of days till' Mrs Diane Wilhite, director ance Platoon assigned to Headquarters

Marshall Hamilton NFJC president Survivors Include his wife, Mrs. Walter Turman and calves were eating four pounds of District 3 of the State Welfare Company led by 2nd Lt.

announced Tuesday. Some Freeda Herring of Live Oak; two Mrs. Omanell Stapleton of Live 01 solid feed want group 1-808, Department.Colored. Otto Dlckman, were Inspected at

$250,000 will be used for construction daughters, Mrs, Louhe Crawfordof Oak and Mrs. Hall Kelly and -35, 3-50.3 days Average dally the Live Oak Armory
Miss Martha J. Mrs. Lessle Qulgg of Miami five Bembry said that the Inspector
and target date for beginning Branfordnd ; gain by groups was 1-10, 2-
the program Is January Herring of, Live Oak; eight sons sons, Vero E. V.. Bryson, and 0.73, 3-0.62. General Col. William P. Bennett

1967, he saId.Deslinatlon. and one step-son, Lynn Herring bf Maurice Musgrove, all of Live Further work currently underway U,8. Army, indicated the rating
Herring of De- Oak. and David Musgrove of Lake would be impressed
as a vocational center Gainesville Ivery will aid in pinpointing best very high and was -
by the state makes the school land Cecil, Bob Barney and Dan City; one sister Mrs. Olen Nor- weaning ages and rules for cle- News by the groups' appearance
eligible for federal funds. The Herring of Live Oak Randy Herring wood of Jasper; four brothers ermlnlng when certain crf'ivts and readiness ,. r
Lemuel Herring Jimmy Musgrove of Live Oak/'anc .
school is designated to serve pf should have longer milk fee Jin|.
Madison. Jefferson, and Lafayette of Deland and Carlyn Goff Johnnie Musgrove of William, and Oavk Dr. Wing says some calvs will Shanghai Slows
22 grandchildrenand Jasper; 2tr.ndchU-
Counties. of Gainesville; almost certainly need longer mIlk Shanghai, with 8.900.000
dren and 28 propel
Initial proposed programs include five greatgrandchildren.Active Active great-grandchildren feeding. Present tests do show Bishop To Be remains the most populous
mechanics, carpentry, pallbearers were Arnold pallbearers were Alford
; that early weaning from hlgn city Communist Chins despite
cosmetology basic electricity Brown M. I. Johnson. Walter and Eugene Turman and Stanley, I solids milk Is .
practical.'lastic At Ebenezer Its decline world trade
as a cen-
B RIchard Randall MU, 1051554 CA
commercial electricity, general Boatrlght. Charlie Hunter J. and Sherwood .
ter, the National Geographic ..a71.Sh.n.h.I's .
clerical, stenographic bookkeeping Bennett and Johnny Bonds. 3201 Psi 14 TarrTel.o
colorful waterfront
practical nursing, civil engineering Honorary pallbearers were Drew Honorary pallbearer were Joe/ Surface !I AME ServiceBishop war once Jammed with merchantmen w 14.11MIS
technology and hortlc l. Brannon Milton Rye. W. It Dodge Walter Dodge Eustsee:( II
Collins, John from all ever the world; now W, L O
ture-landscaping. Gamble E. S. Palmer A. D. Evans Cameron. Ernest J. S. Davis will be at the
It U strangely quiet. /N30kM04M
NFJC is presently offering i a W. M. SulUvan Roy Johnson, Holmes Francis Driver, o. J. Me- Cooking] Utensils Ebenezer A.M.E. Church Sunday ---- $301 g
nursing Boatrlght. D. O. Gamble, Cullers, and Arlie Hurst,
accredited practical
fully J. A. accompanied by his choir and of Distress Arising (from
program and a two-year college W. J. George Clifford Jackson James B. Daniels Funeral Homeof To UseThe members from other churches In Symptom '. I

level course in civil engineering ,Ashley Johnson, James Hlngson Live Oak was. In charge Easy the state for a service at 3p.m. STOMACH ULCERS lEI

technology Two other Junior colleges Johnny Boatrlght. and Garth a newest cooking utensil onthe Bishop Davis Is noted a* a dynamic DUCTO EXCESS ACID

In the state receiving vocation Nobles. speaker, and al lace urged
Mrs. Annie market have a slippery, nonstick QUICK RELIEF OR NO COST
approval Funeral Home Carver
school dslgnatlon James B. Daniel. to attend the service.
plastic surface which makes I ..... Sm
were Florida Keys at Key West of Uve Oak was In charge At 1 pm.. the youth of the At Afcev t'-' crY rrlQl Offernd Mrs
Mr. Annie them e.sy0 use and wash tay I I IWiri C
and Lake City, Slngletary Carver, church will present a Thanksgiving 204 f M4mt **
wife of Renzo Carver and a native home economists with the Florida The choir will appear -1 n"e ass.Nbw -": a 51.WN.LAeeraAnlN )_hoe I.

'Go Weft'Horace Forest Ilaler of Live Oak. died Sunday morning Agricultural' Extension Service.Except program.under the supervision of low_d.v.NM..rd.._;b.w..dd.....Nn.pr..A I_______
at her for the tubed cake pan
home In Warrlngton. Her Henrietta Mandrell and Bestl >..d..s li.....!r a.. CHIoILO I. GO
/ Oreeley said more than husband operated Carver all non-stick utensils should be ./ __.._-....wU.1aN
the National Funeral services were held in I Drug Jackson. The Harmony Band will _ca-.---.____ ,.k_...
West, man conditioned the first time they
young Company here for ..... .
Funeral Home ChapelTuesday many yean In also perform. M-r.-, .s .t-* A awnurrs :
Geographic Society says Daniels of the location now occupied by Tom are used by wiping with cooking I night the Five Blind I -...---M.IT.Ny ........ /AI/ALA 1I
73 Tuesday
his advice "If for Forest Haler. occasional raw b..s -, ab..lCheek
He amplified : you Cheek. oil 1 or shortening. An 'IULI
strike off Into the broad free Mayo, who died in the Suwannee Mrs Carver had oiling will improve their use when Boys and Edna Oallmon Cooke Drug
County Hospital Monday He wasa resided In will perform a musical at the I ..- L I
West, and make Sam's yourself a farm domain native of Indiana and a retired Warrlngton for the put fin years hey appear dry. church according to Rev A. ... Live Oak Drug Cox .... 5.Ilri .... I II
J from Uncle generous and was a member of the Boulevard Using fat In cooking is optional I \ 'e-
Adding White pastor I
( you will crowd nobody salesman with Burroughs Baptist Church there In top-of.range utensil Egg will Mau

starve nobody and neither you Machine Company Churchof Funeral services were held at cook without adding fat, but their I ,.k-...
nor your children need ever beg Rev Newton of Alton Warrlngton Monday appearance and flavor are improved .
afternoonwith I Miss USE'
God offldat( The body was tklllets Joan Herring I'U' "I.."
for something to do. burial In the when the non-stick
shipped to Detroit, Mich., for Bayvlew Mi- ( w.... r..d..
lightly greased. Dougla Elementary
I mortal Park there. very 1
burial. Survivor In Most meat ha enough fat In FUCO MI5. WILU
Include his wife MarIa addition to the Joan Herring war crowned"M ML I
SUWANNEE RIVERCAMPSITES Survivors Haler of Mayo and one son. widower Include a IOn Renao 8. Itself for flavor and browning and 1 11 s Dour elementary": ; c.IIa.'i. .

Elphon V. Haler of Farmlnton. Carver Jr.. Pensacola; a grand requires no additional fat when Tuesday night by i Everett: Lawson Brand # MIS. Stl,,AM.. I
daughter Mill Jeanne Carver, It U cooked In a non-stick pan Jr. at the Douglass High School .. ...
Mich. -
Pensacola: and two titters, Mrs Muffins lift right out of nonstick Oym. First runnerup war Murline .
Oil Amity, lld|,M..ml W riwrfi James-B. Daniels R. V. Scott, Live Oak; and t.rl. cups. With cupcake, how.ever Gross and Carolyn Cooper and InsecticideFOR '

""..Nn. .Ih, lor of Live Oak was. in. charge Ada Starling, Jacksonville It Is necessary to grease the Sanja Johnson were attendants .

tin cUPS flrit. namle ipetker. and an are urged EDw. I
miss. e M.psud I Butter cake have a high tendency of Mr, and Mr*. Summer Herring,
ClosedThe Fire
III UOSIN Inch Offices Destroys HulKlingt to stick and tear unless and sponsored by Mr, d. C. Alexander BEST RESULTS

U 1.10-11 ", II..witl tl Ll..O.k. '1. County Health Department Dowling ParkA the pans are greased flrit. Yeast third grade teacher. .U'3.sblawlfe .
((Tars ...lb M mil" wait ol s....... offices at Branford and Live Oak breads and quick bread release .......
",.. Ifi4t in will be closed today (Thursday) from an ungreased non-stick peaThe MIS. M. Y. TiklmJ..kata.
O. B. McLean in Bowling Park
101 PANS, Pals< till COUNTY Mill
1.1d1L' 110OI.1 and Friday In observance of burned Tuesday night destroying non-dlck coated ra..noIN.warn. ..-..
They will reopen grid Irons offer great
Thanksgiving Day and
a frame warehouse. I .as. A. gaJdCOJ
wehn it comf'10
Monday. The fire for which no cause advantages kb i.b..wDe. .
eantng. Hot food seem to reeaae -
was determined, is said to have
from non-stick pan
started about 11 p.m. A cinder than cold better tads dooset ... ChiT
block grocery store adjacent the
A For -
Thought Today
saved from
warehouse wa ex-
enslve damage with the aid of Service, and Live Oak.
By BBODT'C. HARRIS estlmsted at t3.- "..u. Me-ChiUrt* Ita-Tat a.....*4
ire fighters from the Advent I Damage was
"The closer wt get to trouble the smaller It lOW Christian Horns; the Florida For-_ 000. UB4ay-FrMay Bi Office Oss I:I-state IH
Have you ever noticed your reactions when you anticipate Saturday Su ofiles open II.S-II. I:"
trouble or when something that appears like trouble comes into Sunday Be Offte. Mews II.S-H.: I:"
t l your life How aggravating, how insurmountable these Items appear r
to be, We worry ourselves sick about these conditions and NOTICE OF SALEBids Wrn'er5DtT.Tltt'ADAT. NO\'JM1tra: It-II!
feel they will never pass by. and then, lo and be- 41)A
r hold, this thing called trouble catches up with us Will Be Received In The Office Of The WALT DllnY'S '))1 '\ ,
and goes on Its way and we manage to survive and "
look forward with to THE MONKEY'S UNCLE ._\ L.
helallee HOSPITALon .
4' Ye, one again. t, factor 1s SUWANNEE COUNTY CARTOONFRmkY.R11TADAY,110V11 i'
Life Itself. take the time to compact .<, .; ; "'j,,"" \ \
t t our lot iU'or:1: :: around us. then, the closer ,' >{" .

t trouble comes the more strength we gather to combat December 14, 1965, by 2:30 P.M. atRFR 76.11FATTT "
It. ;
Dt&E'BIWE : :r'lt.
Always bear In mind "there la so much to be ON

grateful for"Philosophers have pointed. out that gratitudeconsututea 1 only 1951 Chevrolet Pickup Truck. 6 ('11.. V* Ton '

the door to good fortune We keep 1 only Oasis) Water Cooler in good condition.MODERN FtUre. >.. IFKAXMC WI
\, r the door open by practicing gratitude for all things,
large and small yolks have expressed heartfelt gratitude for the ATALON 4

way w. try to anticipate every desire, every need every detail) of '
,, accommodation and service here at SUW ANNE!: FUNERAL IIOME, SKI PARTY % '''t.

025 South Ohio Ave., Live Oak, Phone 363-1234 CIKTOO* C?"t.- 4 "

BRODY C. HARRIS l AERIAL Inm"T.Mo 'T, 1'ro1'Dfftr.a' 11-" ..

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IIOMEMAKI1VG IIICIILICIITSBy Mrs.the near Hubert future Oamble Mrs. E., A.and Collins Mix, 4, Florida Solons Are Recognized! IOor.

I R I* Allbritton were asked .t) Haydon Burns and the and :Reps.. \.1 Gordon W. Wells
serve .n the Yearbook: Committee. entire State Cabinet role'
played a George Stone, and Phil Ashler as
MISS IDA JO HARRISON Program Committee for th' In ceremonies in Jacksonville most effective multi-member
commissioner's luncheon wer? which honored legislator cited by
Home Demonstration Agent county delegation
Mrs Ned D'!legnl. Mrs Holm.
makes reminiscent \Vt pairs of shoes :: fl their colleagues for meritorious -Sen. John Mathews Jr. of Jacksonville :-
Thanksgiving us a year women Oamble, and Mrs. George Kinard, ; ,S ., service last week. and Rep. James Sweeny
of the Founding of our and young girls buy 4Va pairs.
Mrs. Walton Platt, who WAS
Oov, Burns delivered the prin-
Jr. of Volusla
County received
Country. We should always be The term "country style" can chairman of the Nominating:
mindful of our country what bIt used only on hams which have Committee, gave a report Otlw cipal address at the luncheon at awards as most effective In com-
the Robert Meyer Hotel. mittee from AU,. Oen. Earl
has meant, and does mean. Let been rubbed with salt and sugar serving with her were Mrs. Hub;rt State Supreme Court Justice B.
us think again of what America and aged for at least 60 days.; Gamble and Mrs. Oeorge Kinard. I I K. Roberta presented the award cloth. .
means to us Are we good citizensof One farm worker provides The officers for 1986 recol1"m"ntf1ed as "most valuable member" of the I
this wonderful country? enough food and fiber for himself and elected I
were: Mrs. Charlie : 1985 Legislature to State Sen. Ed Can! Of ThanksWe
and 32 others. Twenty-five years Hunter, ,
president Mrs HubertOamble
: Price Jr, Brsdenton. and runnerstip wish to offer our heartfelt
Christmas Decorations Exhibit ago according to the U. S. Department vice president; Mrs E I
Reps. Ralph Turlington thanks to our friends, neighbors,
Decorations for Christmas of Agriculture, he was A. Collins,
secretary-tr, afiur\ !r':
of Alachua and John Crews of and members of Westwood
along with other Items which we able to provide for only 11 others. Mrs O C Lanier, council d'le- I Baker County. for the food, flowers
have prepared will be on exhibiton gate: and Mrs George Kinard.I M11 B ,Roberts also ,
Friday afternoon from 3:00 to County Council Holds MeetIng reporter. presented an cards visits prayers, and other
I award as the state's "most effective services extended us at the deathof
430.: You are Invited to come In The Suwannee County Extension Mrs. Eugenia Hicks of the Antioch -
administrator" to Secretary loved These
our one. expressions -
the Items on exhibit. It Homemakers had a
and see very Club showed the group acme
of State Tom Adams.
of love and
will be In the Conference Roomof good< business meeting on Friday plastic plates, bowls and plaqun.: / sympathy were I
The awards, based
secret consolation
on a a great to us duringour
the Agricultural Building afternoon. Mrs. Ned Delegal, which she had made:
ballot of members of the
Legs- bereavement. May Ood bless
Live Oak. president Of the Pine Orove Club, Others attending the meeting
are presented blenlally by you.
presided over the meeting. Mrs were Mrs Louis Orlner, Mr-
Allen Morris, political writer and The Family of
Celebrate With Sweet Pota- S. T Bozeman gave the devotional Esther Christen, Mrs, Mary Ellen!: (5.5. _: Mal. wu L columnist LoU Herring
toes November 18-25 Is Na- which was based on the Thompson, Mrs. Edgar Me'ks .
tional Farm-City Week and 23rd! Psalm j I Mrs. Fred, Oaylard. Mr... V7 J I "It's about all we've. been able to put away for a Conner Agriculture made Commissioner the presentation Doyle;to Worry Is interest paid on trouKlA -
serving sweet potatoes might be The Council discussed projects George, and Mrs. Revis Mo?r" rainy day!" Brn. Reiibln .Pensacola.
Axkpw., before It cAmea duecar's .
an appropriate way to celebrate It. --- -. '- --- --
It could be a very tasty way tool!
In our area, perhaps sou have
the fresh sweet potatoes which
can be baked and served In many
different ways or you might wantto I
use the instant sweet potatoes.
Anyway, this Is an example of
how closely Interwoven the'Interests -
of the farm and city are to-

sweet potato flakes are
the product of agricultural re-
search. They've given consumers
another welcome conveniencefood
while providing farmers
with an outlet for odd sizes ,of
sweet potatoes, which are hard to
market. And they've offered new

Industry opportunities for the processing' I

Several firms now are making
sweet potato flakes comes In
rural areas where they provide
Jobs for rural people. At first, the .
flakes were used chiefly by res.
taurants and other largescaleusers
but they're turning up on e
the retail market In_ more and "

more stores. ,
The process for manufacturing .
the flakes was devised by scientists Grow with other:
of the U. S. Department) of ,
Agriculture. They started brflndInr -
a way to dry puree made from l.: farmers fa this' N
cooked sweet potatoes. The puree _
comes out of the drying machine sonico .
looking like a sheet of orange county who have .
crepe paper. This sheet, Is broken ,

up Mashed to make sweet the flakes potatoes; can be ''> ,-- already joined the. + CER IEDr 1

made from the flakes In 3 to B l ii
minutes, They can be served as a '
aide dish or made Into sweet potato \ '

pie. j : : ; ,
For those of you who have some k

tweet potatoes and ;you bake themor -.. FREE FOR THE ASKING..mm GUIDANCE COUNSELTOa PRa "'
;you maY'' use the Instant ones, .J. "

Sweet how about Potato serving Pie. It your can make family a ,. 'HELP YOU INCREASE PROFITS ON THE CROPS YOU'LL GROW THIS SEASON. ,

most delicious dessert. r

COCONUT 1 cup shredded SWEET coconut POTATO PIE t. i Stop! Don't waste another bag plant! food, seed, nitrogen, ag .

3/4 lye cups cup sugar mashed sweet potatoes ,;': i ,I: of fertilizer by improper fertili chemicals and harvest.
this FREE bookletfrom
3/4 cup rich milk ,, Get '
( zation. Sonico Certified ,
1/2 cup water Crop I If.

1/2 1/2 teaspoon teaspoon cinnamon allspice \\f.I Production ,Program ,will help Sonico's Certified Crop Pro your local

2 tablespoons melted butter "4 duction Program has been fivecause"it's .
2 eggs (slightly beaten) k you turn losses Into profit be SONICO Dealer '
Mix the above Ingredients Kml!
In the making for
you ,
the profitorlenyears
pour Into a pan lined with unbaked only

pastry. Bake In a moderateoven. ,; : tated, science-guided, risk- for your soil! for yourS

: crops for your profit. It Is
I Did You Know There are + conditioned, economy-minded e
more deer, bear antelope till:, 1 '
rl moose, and other big game In U. Ni' crop production program that an efficient, year-round service ::::
S. National Forests today than at
any time in the past two decades 1: I Is directed, not at the State as to; help you do exactly the right
Babies, boys, and men average (
5. 4a thing at the right time td Insure .
: t\ whole, not at your general ;

Suwannee School RepresentedAt GatheringsIt i.' area, but at the precise soil you the most profitable yields, .

was reported at the Suwannee ,. Intend to cultivate. every year, at the lowest possible
County Board of Public Instruction -
Saturday that Mrs. fi II cost.
Susie Williams, Suwannee High It goes beyond fertilizer. It
home economics Instructor, has '

of been delegates asked to at help the In National registration Vo j., covers everything necessary to Stop wasting fertilizer dollars! i

I cation Miami.Association convention In make your crops yield the high FInd out what your soil needs

i 11 convention Mrs. Williams December will/,1 attend, and the 10. ". "I ". '. est possible return. This Includes together with,the many factors 'I

School's fiscal officer Bill Alrth .
attended a state meeting of FlorIda testing, liming, relatingtoprevafingconditions II '
I I'J) school finance officers Wednesday r It &elyou what it /iTt.whatitdoes _

;:" and Thursday of last w# k.: -'--. for the crops you Intend to .. .

t Indian Lesson ''r"I I 'aonlco': a .. raise. It's freel! So why take and} ;
When the Indians ta""hhe" 1 _, -<:
Pilgrims to plant corn they were ,, : costly chances, when it costs how benefits you. '
not making their first contribution !"
: toward the white man's edu FflRRlfiRKET nothing and takes little of :
r you
cation. In 1491 the red man, L P : t :.Find out how you can" i increase ;

smoking crude cigars, demonstrated i r I FtRTltEtflJfWlMCHLMjCALSWSTCMStWttSf / / [ ,'your time for Sonfco r to tell you, j J c
the use of tobacco to Christopher youryieldatthelowutponl.''

: toyed their Columbus.discovery The Indiana un uum en.+ J. .J,' I i WARD rCBTILIZEK CMlUct CO. .l for sure, through Its_ free soil ble cost. I ; )f

ugly, but the Spaniards reserved! '.. 'IlraafeM. "... -' t ,
cigar-smoking for the wealthy, 'i,. --- test service.
Card Of' 111anks ,, .'.4- '' Lit thi dulir who displays. this sign harp you i5maat prefit-rottfej{ vmit j I .

I would like to thank everyone
I who was to thoughtful and kind

the during hospital.my recent The confinement cards, flowers In, .. :sonlco; SOUTHERN NltROGEN.QOMPANYREMEMBER. .

calls, and gifts were a great comfort -
to me. 1 especially appreciatemy ,
I minister Her. Brabham being
with my family and m. on the
day of my operation I shall always
remember your thoughtfulness. -

Rod Bowdoln
(Paid Notice) .......



Bulldogs Lose To I In First Quarter ,Business In Florida ;Up& 9 Per Cent .' I

Florida economy continues In latter are causing some concern I J'
"good health, moving into the Among these are phases of the I
year-end leaoon well in advanceof housing market and the construction
Fernandina last year the Florida State Industry; a slowness in the
Chamber of Commerce reportedIn incorporation of new businesses
I Its Weekly Business Review and public and private borrow J

Teams Scoreless At Half; | recently Overall. business activity measured Inge." .

by bank debits was up 0 percent (Renew Tsar Subscription)
Season Ends With Lake CityLive through September and sates r
tat collections showed a 10 percent
Oak'a Suwannee Bulldogs held their own against gain over the first nine \I .1
ernandina Beach here Friday night until halftime onlyo months of 1M4. the Review said If you were born in "
Coach Wayne Benner's "The base of the state Improving November of odd.numbered .
fall prey to the Pirates 14-0 as an
Homecoming for the local eleven. position rests firmly onhealthy I
ridden spoiled
employment and personal year, "'ft.wJOUI'
Fernandina scored on a 14 yard pass from Quarter. Income Increases A monthly aver drivers. license
k Benny Alvarei to End Bill end. inner converted after each tie of 68400 more wagesalaryjobs
> midway of the third period month.
TO. art held by floridians this this
and Main with 114: remaining at The Bulldogs were In scoring year than In 1M4 and personal
,Alvares bootltl'ledbe pI..1k1DII1d position three time at they a.t Income has moved up I per cent
toted 31 yard around right Reece Brown
[ moved to the rVrnandlna 2S In so far this year."Although
the second quarter and were at the strong plus factors JUDGE I
STATISTICS the 24 and 26 in the fourth. far outweigh the negative I
Saw Fern. The first half ended 0-0 a< the 1l features of Florida' economy the .
Downs S 1 Bulldog had poMeuion of the ....u..asua.asses..a..asea..saaauava.."
Euhlnc Yardage1 171 ball mart of the time, recovering
far* Lost Bashing1 SWet a fumble and intercepting two i j
Yard Bashing 1111 passes but could only muster ft: FUCO
Attca to4 IS 1* first downs to 4 for the Plratea Halfback Theroa Ban ell) la topped after a abort gain threaih a hole opened by Corky Bli.
area i Completed S Iaadng Being unable to move against the,I plural. 30) PboU( by Dan Stalner)
Yardage M II Ping defense the Bulldog punted -
aids renallaed 15 47renaliaed times with Corbln averaging several times.Corbin other serious Injuries are reportedand their INS grid season Thursday Petroleum Products :
I I 38 yard and kicking out of I. and Bass intercepted the Bulldogs should be In fair,night as they Journey to Lake City +
nUes Lost I 1 bounds. deep in Pirate territory two Pirate pastas in the second I physical condition for an annual rivalry bout for the -BULK DELIVERY
quarter with Dale Interceptingone The Suwannee, Bulldogs end I Old Oaken Bucket trophy I
I Bulldogs On MoreQuarterback i in the third and Corbin another Fuco Farm Fuels and

i Theron In the Baaa fourth.war back In the 1- Ln't Go Home Comfort Heating Fuel I

Bulldog offensive backfield fr GASOLINE_ OIL_ DIESEL FUELS i
time In three weeks and
the first
; ,
both End Ray Corbin and Bob
Dale ran from the fullback pod -
Quarterback Chip Hurls played i GEORGIA ACE FERTILIZER
l a'r handicapped by a stiff leg but nol Any Quantity_ Any Analysis Hulk or Bagged _

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I Chip Harris fades back U .aaa to End Bay OorMa ,Mills 11 4 1 111 I : TIRES BATTERIES,
la the tettmt ,.artcr. (Fboto by DM Suinerl Rice, Beryl I' 11 1.11 1 : Call U* For Complete Farm and Home Senric'
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When You Shop or Recommend To I rUliNG & CHEMICAL CO.
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French: Please Include These Home Town a. .waaaoo Illth ClM.rha4.ri add eaitliMlaoM al FernaiMllnaoaeh I .
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New OfficersFor I Tom _Adams Visits Here ing Six years elapsed before he proclaimed Boys Ranchers Enjoy FSU Hospitality I

another on February ,;'"
19, 1795 President John Adams
WW I Vets called for an observance In May,
1798, and another In April 1799
President Jefferson disdained 4

Auxiliary such a "monarchlal: practice". But II'. ,
President Madison renewed observances ;.f r ? Ny
Mrs Lillian D. Haugh. 10th District in August, 1812; Sep- w
president of the Auxiliary of tember, 1813; January: 1814; and
Veterans of World War I, Installed April, 1815. '
the following officers for the l /rrl Over the next 47 years Thanksgiving
r tirpe'W
local district Saturday at the + was left to the States
home of Mrs. II. O Penuel: There might never have been a
President, Deloris C. Walker national holiday It hadn't been
Senior Vice PresIdent Juanita for Sarah Hale A philanthropic I
Hughes; Junior Vice President, N ANt I widow mother of five, and author

Ethel Atkinson; SecretaryTreasurer of "Mary: Had A Little Lamb' f
Pearl Penuel; Chaplain, Lo- y Mrs, Hale also was the forceful
veda Hall; Conductress, Avvie Co- editor of Godey's Lady' Book, the
nine; Guard, Clara Gamble; and most widely circulated magazineof
Trustee, Irene M. Shall the day For some 20 years, she lit
Mrs Lena Cunningham of Jas- .t .L crusaded for a national Thanksgiving .
per and Mrs. Ada Pearl Stokes on the last Thursday of a
and Mrs. Mildred Brannan of Lee Secretary of State Tom Adams, right, was In Live Oak Wednesday November

Joined the group bringing the morning, "renewing old friendship," he said. Secretary Finally, President Lincoln by
total membership to 30. Adams Is shown with his campaign chairman for Suwannee proclamation established Amen
Barracks 1163 officers were also County, Danny McCrimon. (Democat Staff Photo) I ca's annual, Thanksgiving observ-
Installed at the meeting by District ance in 1863. President Johnson)
Commander. Harry Haugh as postponed Thanksgiving In 1885!
follows: Commander, Henry G Labor Official AeclaresRevolution until December President Grant
Penuel; Senior Vice Commander, shifted the date, in the flat year
Lem B. Hughes; Junior Vice Commander I of his Presidency, to November 18 .. .. ...
Ernest E Lynch Sr; Said Taking PlaceIn Thereafter every Pr-ildent followed '.c,1; .
Quartermaster-Adjutant, Joe Hill I the Lincoln tradition until ,

Smith; Judge-Advocate, John L. Patterns Of Women's Lives i 1939, when Franklin D. Roosevelt
Dutton A. Bon- _
Hall; Chaplain, --- -- -- --- --- -- -- upset it again His third-Thurs. '
F. I Three Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch boys f elite*, enjoy the hospitality of Dr. E. G Masked)
nell; Sergeant-at-Arms, "A revolution Is occurring In "About 9 out of 10 teenage gals: ] day Thanksgiving lasted on'vthree
left du Inz dinner after be Florida State-Hous Game
Dixie a on Saturday They were among abort tl
Cunningham: and years, however. In December I
the of women's lives, can count on being gainfully em-
O Gamble. I 1941, Congress pegged the nation's bos:; who attended with Sheriff Duke McCallltter, fourth from right, ether tewmpeeple and junto
according to Mrs Mary publln ployed at some time during their
Keyserllng, director of the Wom- lives," she pointed out "Today Thanksgiving once stain _to the deput.es.; (mete ky Dan SUlner)

en's Bureau, Department of Labor. there are approximately 27 million fourth Thursday of November
Florida, First "It Is a revolution which requires women workers! an estimated Nevertheless, the day must still empty truck thru and detained certificate with the D&D shipment declared December 9, Thursday
Florida now ranks first in the that young women recognize 30 million women will be In the be proclaimed from the White the D&D truck and the Mt. Vernon from 1:30 to 4:30: p.m.Oprl\
U. S In average number of cows the increasing likelihood that work force by 1970." House every year As Ogden Nash truck for inspection. Also Nobles laid, large shipments House" at the remodeled courthouse
per commercial dairy farm, per they win not only be homemakersbut Mrs Keyserllng said that today puts it: "Thanksgiving, like ambassadors Drivers in the trucks presented of tomatoes are rare at this All offices will be open to
cent Increase in total state pro- wage earners as well for a women aged 4S-S4 are more than cabinet officers and'' documents later proved falsified time because of a shortage of the vlsiton'during the period.
duction,. and average productionper considerable part of their lives" I twice as likely to be employed others depends for its existence The D&D truck had a bill of ladIng fruit The Board also: '
cow. the Women's Bureau director saId. than before the war and it Is in on Presidential .appointment" for U. 8 No. 1 citrus dated Nobles notified Road Guard allocated 8350 to landscape the
this middle period of a woman's November 20. It was later admit- Service: Chief Herbert Brown of Chamber of Commerce office\
life she is most likely to work. e ted that the date had 'been Trenton, who sent two men to grounds,
IVleal-.Dl1 Here are some changes contributing ADVICEIConCJnal'4 changed from November 8. help unload the trucks for inspection. -voted U can for bids on two
Suggested eiJ to the revolution in ( From Page 1)) On Cusmona's truck the bill of pickup trucks
I women's lives: the; land should be fumigated in lading showed that he had bought When U was found that the .warded Orkln Exterminating
Fabulous Dessertsand Women live longer (their average February. 100 cartons of tomatoes Inspection documents had been falsified, violation Company the pest control bust-
Just expectation of life Is now 74 Brothers reported that Suwannee showed that 31 boxes of to- reports were made and ness for the court house and
rears compared with 48 years in County tobacco growers used natoes stacked at the rear of the Cusmona and Dooley were turned Jail.
1900)), They marry earlier (half 2,605 acres In 1985, returning an truck and several empty tomato over to the Suwannee County purchased: a |125 County Land
If AUCI DENHOfP marry by age 20 and have their average yield of 1487 pounds per I crates on top concealed a ship Sheriffs Department.The Atlas for the. use of the county
IN planning menus, keep In salt until thick and lemon- last child by age 30), acre. This gave a production of ment of unclassified tangerines two truck: drivers were not engineer
mind that heavy meals are enhanced colored. They have more time to work 1.124 pounds, with which brought and oranges. charged tabled bids on a gasebo to seat
by light, refreshing Add cherries' .and walnuts; thanks to labor-saving household 190000 more crop total Income Cusmona and Dooley returnedto : 12 In the court house yard ( goodies Richer dessert should mix well. equipment and prepared foods I than the 1984 tobacco yield here. the station after finding that one bid was received).
be saved for a. luncheon final Boat egg whites until stiff The need for a two-paycheck I e I heir 'trucks had not followed COUNTY Also. Everett WUlamson and
evening refreshment; they will m I x t u r e. Spread in three standard of living, Increased: costs BIG LOAD the documents and questioned. A resolution was passed at the Board representing a flying club
be more appreciated th... greased 8-ln. layer pans. Bakeat for education and health care (Continued From Fag 1)) Nobles had been notified by request of County Engineer Matt and requested Information on
When entertaining It Is ft wise 350 F. 30 min. Cool. place greater economic demandson ng a $500 appearance bond each.: OSteen and came to the road Cross authorizing 124.38834 added buildings at the county airport.
notion to serve a dessert that between families. According to Nobles, two loaded guard service station to Inspectthe to receipts and expendituresIn They were referred to the county
can be prepared well in ad Spread and on frosting top of torte, layers "All girls are challenged to take trucks pulled Into the station shipments the September road and bridge engineer.
vance. measure of their abilities and interest followed by an empty truck In Citrus shipped out-of-state or budget The resolution covers Final eoncurranee was approved
Here are some Idea*. i FLUFFY MAPLE FROSTING to set their goals high ando which Dooley and Cusmona were Into West Florida must be accom- spending of monies received from on Chang* order for R. B. Oy
HINIATVRIIIBAKED 1 egg white appreciate the ever-growing riding Agriculture Inspector M.I'panted by a certification docu- the State Civil Defense office. Construction Company for courthouse
ALASKA % c. sugar Importance of skill and training R. O'Steen of Mayo waved the i''i men). Nobles said There was no In further business, the Board work.
1 Up white
syrup It they are to make of -iiu
6 dessert .sponge cake 2H tbsp. water use I
their abilities
shells Keyserllng
H Up. maple extract
v 1 pint vanilla Ice cream Combine Ingredients In top said. "Only if meaningful choicesare
4 peach halves of boiler Cook over boiling made early will girls be able :
a egg whites water, beating constantly until to 'realize their fullest potentIalIn
r K tip, cream of tartar mixture stands In soft peaks, both spheres of home and \\
2 tbsp. sugar about 4 to 6 min Add maple work, 'F'/
% c. chopped extract and beat until thick
red maraschino enough to spread Use as directed ,
4 cherries (about 10)) cliovah'g( Witnesses
Fill sponge shells with scoops To
of vanilla ice cream, top each
with peach half. H o. each butter or The local congregation of Je k'// ,"
Combine egg whites and margarine and sugar hovah's Witnesses will study and
cream of tartar. Beat until 1 egg work with their circuit servant
foamy. Gradually add sugar, 1 jar (8 os.) red David Smith next week.
beating until stiff and glossy. maraschino cherrlen: According to Howard Morgan,
drained and chopped residing minister Smith will be
Fold in cherries Spread egg
white mixture over peach 1 o. chopped walnuts here from November 30 thru December \
I halves. Bake at 450 r, 5 minutes 1 box (10 os.) : 6, teaching all Interested k4z/
or until lightly browned. brown-edged wafers, persona how to study and UM the \ '
This Is fine party fare. about 2 in.' in diameter Bible In preaching and teaching :.1 4 .
m c. heavy
cream His visit wit end with a public "
CHEERY WALNUT TORTE 2 o. flaked coconut talk Sunday, December 8 at 3 '
p.m. READIOG"Get
0 1 o.eggs sugar, separated 8 red weU-maraschino drgined, stemmed cherries, at the Kingdom Hall, entitled ;::::" REQUIRED ,
"What To Do To Gain Everlasting -
K, tsp salt Cream butter and sugar thoroughly Life In Happiness"THINKING, ,
1 Jar (8 os.) Stir In egg cherries C. Fast Action with
red maraschino and walnuts Spread mixture ,
cherries, drained between five wafers. Repeat tj ,"
and chopped form 8 stacks of five layers / -. .
(about *4 cup) each. Chill overnight (Continued From Face 1)) "
holders to vote the mlllage the
2 c. ground walnuts Whip and frost <
cream: side WANT-ADS"
schools: shall levy In addition to ,
f Fluffy Maple Frosting and top of each Stack Cover
the constitutional 10 mills
(recipe follows) with coconut. Top each with
I Beat egg yolks with sugar stemmed cherry. Just who will be eligible) to use
each of the ballots Is explainedin .
the article. I
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Further Information on the election -
ffil1flin fPgplPl will be carried next week "

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Traditions grow up around
WATERFOWL HUNTING REGULATIONS... moat businesses and the annual ;
Turkey Teaser Contest that appears *
In this edition of the 8u .- .
'N MALLARDS W\ h" PINTAIL wannee Democrat falls In this
category for this contest has been ,
; presented to our readers for 19 .
{ years

Q The contest was a feature of
:,...- the newspaper when I went to

work here In 1931. having been
4 '
11t ,. started the previous year. 80 for
t ': my entire service: at the Democrat,
this annual advertising feature
rI ft& has been a part of the newspaper
( : I think the change from turkeys
and subscriptions: to cash awards Surely You Have Something To


1 tit OR IN THESE (CtnUam* Fr.m rage 1)) ,

SHOOTING HOURS IN ALL BUT States Constitution. In setting ,
f"j'r 1'\\ THE PACIFIC I FLYWAY ARt FROM aside the last Thursday In November
l' IJ suNRisero SUNSET. IN THK
-/1" Washington -
r' (':'l '\r FROM ONE-HALF HOUR KFOftf became the first President

1 I rf' r.il. : SUNRl&ETOtUNSET.GOOSE proclaim a nationwide Thankulv- SV'! J EEDE.1 MOCRATall :


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I Buccaneer Bulletin

ThanksgivingThis to school at all
DEMOCRAT Thursday, millions of American We are grateful that we were
families will be seated in born In a country where w* are

front 01. Thanksgiving feast educated In both the failures and
where they will how their heads successes of our leaders and government
and lift their heart In humble W* thank Ood for the
thanks to Ood for His richest men that have died and are dying

ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1965 YOU 81, NO. 28 blfMlngs. ThU Wednesday Ui; on the battlefields for the cause
students of Branford will be of liberty. More recently, we
served a turkey and dressing -lln- thank Ood for the opportunitiesthat
Margaret Lancaster Mrs. ncr and we too will lift our hearts He has given us to better
News From Branford Killed In WreckFuneral in prayer 1I.Is rather hard for ourselves and we hope that we all
most of us to be thankful for our use this opportunity to our grest*
services were held Honored With crowded halls our worn-tut Ht advantage. We would like to
Monday afternoon for Miss Margaret equipment and our crowded Invite each of you to join us In
BYi MRS. SHIRLEY W. HATCH Deen Lancaster 23, olGainesville. claaess which meet In rooms that counting our blessings and thank
Shower At MeetThe
Mia Lancaster was were meant to hold about halt of Ing God for them.Student I
the daughter of State Representative the students which are parked __
Howell Lancaster and Mrs. Fidelia and Golden Circle Into It. Dut toe all can be thankful Council NewsThe
Buccaneers Beat Mayo 40-6 Lancaster of Trenton. Sunday School Classes of the that *.e are allowed to come Homecoming activities for
; She was killed Instantly Saturday First Baptist Church met Tuesday this year were considered a success I
\ evening near Jacksonville night at the home of Mrs. A R Bradford by all members. Over 1100
then the car In which she was i Hatch. was collected at the dance
To End riding collided head-on with a car The annual Christmas party for The Council discussed several
Season I
WednesdayFourth traveling In the wrong traffic the two classes will be held ..,,- Personals projects that It could undertake I
lane. Her companion, also ofGainesville day night December 20, at the two of which were planting grass I
was killed Instantly, home of Mrs. Hill K. Thompson. around the lunch area and pub
Straight Victory For STATISTICSBran.. M.,. Survivors Include her parentsand It was announced. Mrs Fred Jones and Mrs. U O. i licising the school bond Issue.A .
First Dawns 1 a brother Howell[ \ Jr. of During the social hour Mrs Griffith were business visitors In I motion was made for the

Branford Gridders Record 5-4 Bashing Yardage IIS It3 Trenton; and a Yards Lost Ruthlng IS 34 Calif. a stork shower. She opened gifts Mr and Mrs Charles Thomas the school bond Issue
Net Yards Rushing 117 II I The family Is distant relative from a table covered with a white and family of Gainesville spent It was also suggested that the i
The Branford Buccaneers soundly trounced Mayo Eases Attempted < It !of Mrs Lois P. Williams and Mrs linen cloth. The refreshmenttable the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Council try planning a Thanksgiving I
40-6 Friday night for their fourth consecutive win of the raifa Completed I '1 Minnie L. Phllpot of Branford. held an arrangement of pink \V D. Thomas and family, program, but nothing definite .
season. Halfback Andy Cheney scored twice in the first fasting Yardage 31 41Yarda roues At one end of the table wasa Mr and Mrs. Charles D. Williams waa decided. 1

quarter to put the Bucs out in front on a 26 yard end run Penalised at I punch bowl l. on the other end a Jr. and son of Lakeland I

-and- a 2% yard peas from Quarterback _Kim un_ Miller.. Time haal...... 1 1 HanlenBruilleyNuptial silver coffee service. Centeringthe spent the week end In Branford Sale Club I
Mayo-Qu ;bckdd1 a: ramble Lout I' hues table was a cake Iced In white vlxltlng relatives. The Beta Club held its regular I

Steen passed to End Harold Wil- Bonnie Lee scored over tackle Lynda Faith Harden daughterof << topped with a rubber ball featuring Mrs. Howell Fletcher left Saturday meet Wednesday and Charlene I
Hams In the second period, makIng from one yard out on the third Mrs, Verna Hazel of Branford a baby face done In pink and for a two weeks vacation In Buggs and Janet Howell reportedon I
play of the fourth quarter but UF Math Teacher blue, Tennessee with relatives. While the Beta
the score 1.-'. but the Bucs exchanged' nuptial vows with district meeting In '
neither team threatened In the Miss Patty Fletcher poured there she will attend the Golden 'I
came right back with Miller running Wayne Edward Bradley, son of I Perry at which both the Beta
the option from one yard third period. W B. Bradley 8r. of Branford punch and Mill Sandra Hatch Wedding Anniversary of her aU* state president and CongressmanD. I
Mayo lost the ball three timeson Tells Women Of I served' coffee.Attending .
Mrs. Paschal.Mrs.
ter Ray
out and the Branford eleven led and the late Mrs. Bradley, Sunday R. IBIU,) Matthews werespeskers.
21-C at halftlrae.Cheswy fumbles during the evening morning November t, at the were Mrs Robert M. D Jordon of Stark, .
with Danny Johnson recovering Odom. Mrs Robert Fletcher Mrs Mrs. Allle Vaughn of Alabama, President Peggy Ware asked
Modern Math Old Magnolia Baptist Church following -
one and running It 4S yards to services.The J. D Fletcher Mrs James Oitom and Mrs Roy Jordon of Orlandovlslted for progress reports from recently
BITCANCER.V TALCIn4lvld morning worship
score In the final quarter ant Mrs. Myrtle Crlbbs. Mrs Lawton Rev, and Mrs Allen Price appointed committee chairmen.The .
.al RetardRCas11NG A University of Florida mathematics Rev Edgar Norman official
Ronnie Lee scooping another U Sims Mrs. D. B. Fletcher Miss and family Saturday.Ilirtmlay Betas will present the pro
Instructor Dr Foley, spoke
yarder inb.. closing minutes ol Ing.The Joann Dempsey, Mrs. Raymond e .
A TDBraaferd Club Ia. of Ir.m.t the December P-TA
Tries Yds. to the Branford groom graduate R.
Mrs. Glen Mrs
I Land Murray .
plsy.The 133' Monday Nov 13. explaining the Branford High School The couple Party meeting and will also serve re
Mayo Hornets gained O. Griffith Mrs Bob Bryan Mrs
1' M II I modern math and will reside In Lafayette County freahmenta
new programs Bill For Mark Prior
against John Mrs.
yards on the round Lynch ThompMUt
MlUec 11 M WS 1lee why math education has changedHe here Mr, Bradley Vs engaged In Plans are also set up for the
Branford but a bad snap from Mrs. Leon D. Hatch loin Sundry, Mark Price, son of Rev, and high school Christmas
II 19 1.71 I said a survey made In 1931 farming programand
center on a fourth down punting and Mrs HatchHrun.ou Mr.ll'n\ Price of Branford "..
refreshments that art a tradition
Area I. i e f showed' that students disliked and .
situation and their three fumbles bested his ninth birthday Monday
disliked math and part of the White
May failed and teachers
mad elhem no match for the Bua'defense. Officer IN'atiMil For afternoon with a party at his Christmas
O'Bteet. IS 4S U 1 more than all other subjects com.Kinx Hrlil HOT
Intercepted one
Land 11 U Ul 1 < rtr Pity stated that thepresent flautist Girls The Betas art selling advertising
Croup The annual Buchanan family
Buccaneer pas and recovered one Gsmea played during the
1 b"Wt--of were to be printed In the school
.d&a__ f 11.61 math curriculum :
The Girls reunion was held Sunday at the
fumble. Auxiliary of the First I afternoon and balloons and bubble yearbook' Collecting school picture 4
r.... 7 M UI dste. home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bu-
have Church
The Buccaneers now a In Branford re* gum were given M favors. R.* money Is another Beta Club
PASSING five won. lour lost record and A new approach to math has cently met and elected officers for channan near Branford This reunion freahmenU of I Ice cream cones, chore
Alt.Cap. Int.Y'".TI been he pointed fil I.
devised the has been annual affair
elated their play for the season coming year an
punch and cake were served .
...,... last night Wednesday on their Foley said he felt people would be Elected were Owen Lynch presl for the put 38 to :10 yeara.About Mrs Price was assisted. by Carol
Miller I 1 f ISCkMStey 1 host tCarrabfDe. better educated through the mod dent Shawn ISO descendants of Nora Control hint
home field u they played ; Hatch vice prsl and Christine Durden. Hunting
1 I 1 I I em math program and that the dent; Denny Murray, secretary; and William Buchsnnsn attend<< Attending were retry, Tlmmy, Florid migratory bird hunting
May The Buca their first eon world Is frilly coming to the Sherrie Null, treasurer MsrleUsrtlnes. ed. A basket dinner was servedat
won ; Andy, and Jenny Blanton: Lee, regulations are set by the U. B.
1Boeiaenaa for
OWeet 11 I It where has place
It no
test over Hastings ll-. but lost point community missions; noon. Shawn and Charles Kd: Hstch<< ; Flan and Wildlife Service In eon
I f I I I four straight to Chlefland }<... people who are not well educatedDuring meeting Rhoda Beardsley forward steps; and Gerald Fletcher, Lavaughn unction with the Florida Game
OrcenvUe U-13. HewbenT 37.11. the Rebecca Durden and Ann Griffin Miss Susanne Murray Is leader Wynn Robin Prran.MIc'e.\ and Fresh Water Flan Commission.
Ca.f.M Y'". TD Mrs W 8. War I." a report on
and Jasper 11-7 before bouncing social chairmen; Patsy Dissect for the group Meetings are held Durden' Terry Griffith. Ann Grtf .
Bras>i r4Ca right beck with wins over Key the Christmas home tour being program chairman; and Debbie every other Tuesday afternoon it1 fin. Sherrie Null, and Paul Mark .
*.ey S M 1 stone Heights 36-13. Trenton 141. sponsored by the. Woman's will Clubon be Harris mission study chairman.I 4 p.m. i I Steven and Dill Price The peanut grows upon a vine.NELL'S ,
May Cross City. 11-ll, and Mayo December U Tickets -- -
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Santa Claus sewing basket, country kitchen TOT.N.TEEN SHOP "
rtreu t 1 u candle shop and floral and deco
May ration house. Many lUma will be
D.ehaaaa. S 1 17PERMANENTLY To Visit HereA I I on sale In the* home A buffet
supper wit be served at the club

,r rI meeting of the Community building following the home tour
Christmas Program Commit Mrs. Griffith announced' the
r ear held last Tuesday night at the county-wide! Civil Defense meeting
i City Halt. Oraham C Owen and to be held at the Woman's
Mrs Howard Cheney were appointed Club Building on December 11.WMU MOYING SALE .
mltte co-chairman for the com s S

Santa! Claus win visit. Branford llron. Program
en Thursday afternoon December The WJU U of the First Baptist
33, with bus of candy and fruit Church met Monday night. Nov.
r for an the children. II. at the church (We Plan To Move To Live Oak Plaza Soon)
Judges will again choose the Mrs. D. B. Fletcher had charge
best-d>eorated homes and busl of the program on "Indonesia"

rww plates.' First and second' She was aiaMed by Mrs. Lewis Take advantage of these giant price slashes as NELL'S reduces
place prtsea! of 110 and II win be IlcU. Mrs. Fred' Jones and Mrs
given In both categories R. O. Griffith
Everyone Is urged to gamer Other IIM'tDbnIUndJftI were inventory for moving-

I r clothing donate to the program Mrs. L. A. Suns Mlaa Pannle Dun-
for the needy famine. In our com can and Mrs Olen Murray
munity. Boy Scouts win collect .
the clothing on a date to be announced lee covering I.he Arctic Ocean Girls Dresses Boys White Shirts
later" can b* t to 13 feet IWck.

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R eg. $4.98 to $6.98 Sizr 6 to 16


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Qf9/nfote&t to- Mitt Helen Katherine Hill BIRTHSSuwannee I At Antioch Bazaar I'l.

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WOMENCLARA Hospital County

Jennifer Lynn Pr rklni
Mr. and Mrs Thomas Gerald
Brookms announce the birth of a

S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor daughter November 10.
The baby has been named Jennifer -I

Anna Miller Circle Elsie Kirby Circle ,3 Ii Lynn Brookins. ,' it .1 t4aI
Make Christmas' PlansThe To Have Laundry DayThe c Mr.Carlton and Mri.Gilbert Gilbert Peppers Peppers I'

Anna Miller! Circle met Elsie KirbY Circle of the announce the birth of a son on
Monday evening at the Elk Lodge Advent Christian Church met for November 21. I
with Mrs. Carl Moore presiding their November meeting at the i The baby has been naemd Carlton -
Mrs. Bill Rawla presented the home of Mrs John Moxley at Gilbert Peppers
circle: with a certificate from the Dowllng Park. The devotion on I, s
Harry Anna Home for the $100 Thanksgiving and the program I Margaret Grace Johns
which they donated to the Home entitled "Servants Through the Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johns announce
Mrs. J. A. Cason. finance chair- Printed Word" were given by Miss I the birth of a daughter ,
man, reported on the Shrine Linda Avery. on November 17.
banquet and the luncheon servedto The circle accepted an offer I' The baby has been named Mar.
the Liberty National Life Insurance given by one of its members, Mrs +r IIr gust Grace Johns
members Mrs. W. H Novia Sweat, manager of the I ---- I
Laughinghouse was cochairmanof Magtag Laundry. Mrs Sweat explained I Floyd Lynn Greek
the project. that December 1 would Mr and Mrs. Winfield Greek !
The circle made plans for their be designated "Mission Day at the $ announce the birth of a son on
Christmas party which Is to beheld Laundry". and that half of the I November 16. :
on December 11 In the Elks proceeds taken In that day rould I The baby has been named Floyd
Ball Room The party Is for members be given to the circle to furtherthe Lynn Greek I I

husbands of members and cause of missions. 4LJThe I 1----1
dates Mrs Joseph Davis Is I
man with Mrs. Robert Tuttle and (: Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth KInsey
Mrs W. H. Laughlnghouse assisting Christmas! Party announce the birth of a son on
Is to bring engagement of MUs Hill to Michael Keith rulUam. son
Each member November 21. _.
a gift which may be used In a Planned By Club of Mr. and Mrs Merrill Keith Pdlllam of Western Springs IiL. Is The baby has been named Thor --
home to exchange with other The Pine Orove HomemakersClub announced by her parents, Mr, and Mrs. James Chapelle Hill Sr, DeWayne Kln ey. Mrs. Corbett Matirove. left and Mrs. Morgan Miller view
members Decorating committee l III met Monday afternoon with of Smithfield N. C. A February twelfth wedding at St. Pad's Items donated for the Antioch Community Center Baaaar held
Mrs. Sam Koff Mrs. Niels Bror- '' Mrs. W. W. Hunter. Mrs. Ned Episcopal Church Is planned The bride-elect Is a graduate of last Thursday night at the center. Proceeds will be seed to adda

een and Mrs. B. M. Frier. Delegal president, called the Saint Mary's Junior College, Raleigh, N. C. and was presented at Mrs. Dale Garden new roof &. the bending (Photo by Daa Stalner)
Members decided to order: meeting to order and Mrs. L. F.
the 1964 Terpischorean Ball In Raleigh Miss 11111 Is the grand Circle Howie
formal robes for the Initiation I Williams gave the devotions
ritual of new officers and pins for which was followed by prayer daughter of Mrs II. II. Hair Sr. of this city The Camellia Circle of the Live And
Here ThereH.
new members Home Demonstration Agent Mr. Fulllam receded a BA decree in 1941 In economies and Oak Garden Club Inc., met at the
During the social hour Mr. T Miss Ida Jo Harrison gave a demonstration sociology and from Culver-Stockton College Canton Mo.. where home of Mrs Oeorge Dale Friday
B. Dunn and Mrs R. M. Frier on "Grounds Improve he was a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity He formerly afternoon.
served refreshments. ment". served as first lieutenant In the U.S. Marine"Corps and Is employedby Refreshments were served priorto J. <( Mrs. Hunter served refresh the business meeting which was latka spent last Wednesday here to spend the holidays with
E. W. Knelp Inc., of Chicago, III. of which his father is presto
ments of punch, cake, salted nuts, presided over by Mrs. O'Donald with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. her parents. Mr. and Mrs LouieC.
dent. He Is slso a past matter counselor In the Order of Demola,.
Audrey Swicegood<<1 and cookies to six members three Hatch. I J. Evans Wadsworth.

Circle Mel Last WeekThe visitors and one new member, Mrs. W. M. Jernigan gave the Mrs. H. J. EvaN spent several Among those attending the
Mrs. Mildred Smith. Dogwood Circle Met At CenterThe garden prayer days last week In Pensacola with FSU-Houston football game In
Audrey Swlcegood Circle of The club will meet on December Mrs. Hatch. In the absence of her son-in-law and daughter Mr Tallahassee Saturday evening
the Westwood Baptist Church met I 17 at the Recreation Center for Dogwood Circle of the Live. chairman presided over the meet. civic chairman Mrs. W. H. Parra. and Mrs. Rudolph Dees when her were Danny B. McCrtmon. Julian
met Friday In the absence of the chair
Oarden Club Inc.
last Thursday morning at the their annual family Christmas Oak more, reported that the circle Is to grandson David underwent ma Edwards Prank Flitch Jr. Judge
afternoon at the Center with man Mrs. Wyman Harvard
church. party landscape the Recreation Center jor surgery Mr. EvaN Frankie and Mrs Reece Brown. Mr. and
Church", Mrs. Ralph Cox and Mrs. Otho Following the business meeting
The program "My grounds by Christmas. and Elaine spent the meek end Mrs. Harry Weaver Clyde Dempsey -
Scott as, co-hostewes Mrs. Cox Mrs. Blxler Clayton gave the pro.
was given by Mrs. Julian Dravdy. The program was on "plant with them and Mrs. Evans and Duke McCalllster. and Mr
Mrs. Alton Musgrove. Mrs Bill Mrs Clayton Church and Mrs. Scott served refresh gram on perennials Mrs. Clayton naming" Each members was given' granddaughters, Sherrl. returned and Mrs. Louie C. Wadiworth.
Milton, Mrs.ODonald menU prior to the business and displayed several autumn arrangement -
Mrs Olen
Rowland. list of botanical of shrubs
a names home with them.
Circle Hostess \ Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Jacobs of
Monday .
meeting.The *
and Mrs. Hal program
Hatch, and trees and to give the
Mrs. W. J. Nipper returned Nashville Tenn., arrived Wednesday .
Fletcher. The Helen Masters Circle of the meeting was opened with common name of each. Mrs. M. B.
home last week after week's
a to spend the
After a snort business meeting First Baptist Church met with members repeating the garden: Cairo I Is named after the planet Reid received first prize. Mrs. B. Thanksgiving
visit with relatives and friends in
holidays here with Mr. and Mn
Mrs. Drawdy and Mrs. Musgrove Mrs. C. W Clayton Monday, November I prayer. Mrs. George Dexter co- I Mars El Qahlra In Arabic.Tasty A. Swing, second and Mrs. Jack Georgia Among those she visited Roy Hunter Mr. and Mrs Frank
served refreshments 15, with 15 members and Jones and Mrs. C. O Palmer tied
Miss Caroline Hart and
were Futon Sr_ Mr. and Mrs. O. B
2 visitors present. thought For Raisin Bread Month for third. i Miss Jean McLeod In Macon. She Dees Jr. and Alto Jacobs.
Mrs. John Perry opened the
Mrs. W. M. Jemlgsn will be the
accompanied by her sister,
Azalea Circle Met meeting with a prayer After n December hostess.Woman' Miss LeNelle Phillips arrived
A Mrs. Dora A. Boone, of Fitzgerald
Wednesday from PSU to
short business meeting Mrs. W. I spend
With Mrs JohnsMrs. M. Jemlgan assisted by Mrs. O. Oa.Mrs. the holidays with her parents.
C. L. Johns was hostess to C. Bryant Mrs. K. M. Clayton, ace" Club Bazaar S. O. White and Mrs. Jim Mr. and Mrs. J. Marvin Phillips
the Azalea Circle of the Live Dale Mrs F P. Fairbanks, Mrs Henry Smutzer of Tampa were recent "WhIpper" Parramore arrived
Garden Cub Inc., last Friday afternoon Skinner, and Mrs. Clayton Bass Supper. Next WeekThe guests of Mr. and Mr. Morgan Wednesday from Gainesville
at her suburban horn gave the program "My Church Woman's Club of Llvs Oak Miller. Mrs. White Is the daughter where he U a student at the University -
The program on "Horticulture on fearing and Obeying". Is staging a bazaar and barbecue of Mrs. Miller I. of Florida to spend the
Roses and Plants" was given by During the social hour refresh. chicken supper at the Oarden Cadet lit Class Ron Davis of I holidays with his parents, Mr and
:r Mrs. Johns and Mrs. Clayton menu were served by the hostess Center on December second. The the Air Porce Academy' Colorado Mrs. W. II. Parramore.
l Bass. and the birthdays of Mrs. T J bazaar will be open from two until Springs Colo. arrived home Wednesday Gary Martin arrived Wednesday
Tnere were ten member. and Elements, Mrs. Homer Ooff, Mrs eight o'clock. Mrs. Jack BIs- to spend Thanksgiving from the University of Florida'
one visitor Mrs. Dave Austin, pham Is general chairman: Mrs. with his Dr.
Clayton Bass, and Mrs Charlie parents and Mrs to spend the holidays with his
present. Mrs. Missile was welcom. Webb were observed. IT. W M. Jemlgan. supper chairman; Joseph Davis Miss Bobbl Davis mother Mri. J. D. Martin They
ed as a new member. k Mrs. W H. Parramore. handcraft FSU student Tallahassee. arrived will attend the FSU-U. of F foot
chairman: Mrs. T. J. Kennon, Wednesday to spend the holidays ball game In Gainesville Saturdayand
Junior Club Met baked goods chairman; Mrs. II. E. with her parents Dr. and Mrs
Miss Bsbsy Phillips of Haines
DO YOU HAVE AN Leech and Miss Lola Mae Chance, Davis
At Garden CenterThe City, FSU student, will return
Alcohol Problem? white elephant table; and Mrs Mils i Charlotte Wadsworth. home with them for the week end
Junior Woman's Club met B. P_ Leigh. publicity.
We now have in Live Oakan November II at the Garden Center TheIuP&X; wil be prepared under .
AA Group ready() to with Mrs. Kenneth Bennett ly the direction of Sheriff Duke
help district III director, as guest ': McCaUlater and will be served
you. ______
speaker Also on the program was >tiCdienia m from five until eight o'clock. ALL NEW ROW CROP
WRITEP. the Quwannee High School Chorus Xi JJviitrf ImrJ ,j.I,' Mrs. V J. Smuts club presU
I O. Box 591, Bikers throughout the nation will b. making raltln bread .n...,. dent II desirous of a good attend MFI80BlIbrawnybralny.a.5
LIVE OAK Club guests were Mrs. Robert day during November, the nionth sot aside. to foatur this popular ance.
Vhltty.. Mrs V, J. Smuts, and broad. Those nhhiablo suggestions are for Thanksgiving tteMggsst plow strong In :S
OR CONTACT YOUR Mrs. Tom Cheek and most Important day la National Raisin Bread Konlh. row.
Physician or Minister Mast your holiday1 turkty with a. dslfclous barb accented' ralatn Laura Kailfonl crop front end style With new Pressure Control
Mrs. O. Slemp presidedover
broad and sausage stuffing lucked loosely inside.Or, start off the day I world's most comfortable Control Cockpit with
the meeting with a hearty broakfatt o(scrambled eggs And this Interesting way Lt. and Mrs. Charles Winston roomy platform adjustable steering column and
with toasted raisin bread croutons Radford announce the birth of a weight transfer traction with
P-H-tjrP Implement.added ,
daughter Laura at Nurenburg.
RAIIIN MEAD. BREAKPAtT. SCftAM.L. to the Advanced
Ferguson System for instant
Germany on October 31
SUWANNEE BLOCK CO. ills.'. day-eld raisin bread J, sup half and half The maternal grandparents are efficient Control Center. Come see itl I

Ji cup butter er margarine' 1 teaspoon seasoned salt Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Tyson
l' N. Walker Avenue i eggs S tsbleipoena butter The paternal grandmother' Is

1 THESE PRICES LOADED ON YOUR TRUCK Tout raisin broad until dry and golden browa.Butter each elite. Mrs. Thomas H. Radford Sr. all ALLBRITTON BROS.
.('i damn cut Into small cubes shako off excess crumbs. Beat ....* : of this city,
3/8x48x96 SIIEETROCK ........ % 1.50 Per sheet IJ\&hUl.wltJa\ halt and half and salt Heat butter la Urge skillet Add I TRACTOR CO. *'
37x50 til8 AWNING WINDOW 17.50 Each I!eggs; cook over low bat Urrtog now and thee soul cream/ Jade Is not always green. Its
land eggs begla to thicken. Add crisp raisin tout eubos BUr1 '
3.95 Per Sheet hot chief colon are white and green'
3/16 Prefinished PLYWOOD ., 215 W. 5TH
ST. 342-2331
"gently just until hit but still moist llakes I servings.I but .
t( 1/4 Prefinished PLYWOOD .,.... 4.80 Per Sheet up many other colors are found


PR&IIUNG DOOR UNITS ...... 16.00
I Co/omu Jlossgc C'J h2 drm.lTHANKSGIVING
When In Need of Building Material (CP) Call Paul

Tel. 362-1531 or 362.2873 DINNER ECONOMY FAINT SPECIAL


Apple Juice Tomato or V-8 Juice

Waldorf Salad With Nuts Tossed" Green Salad

James B. Daniels Orange and Cranberry Congealed Salad

Funeral HomesLIVE ROAST With Savory YOUNG Oyster TURKEY Dressing I 9 B

Giblet Gravy $2.50 Cranberry Sauce SEAL


Now have two radio-dispatched, oxygen- LONG ISLAND DUCK RESISTS MOISTURE

I equipped ambulances on call twenty With Orange and$2.50 Cranberry Stuffing CAN BE APPLIED OVER

four hours each day in. both Live Oak D WALLS PEREXCELLENT

i I. and Branford BAKED SUGAR HAM

\ With Raisin Sauce COVERAGE: SINGLE GAL.

-Choice of Two Vegetable

BRANFORD Garden Peas Candied Yams Corn Pudding MARY CARTER PAINT CO.
I 362E.3333 935-4100 Asparagus Tips Whipped Potatoes


J. B. DANIELS JR., L-F.D. Hot Mince Pie Fresh Ambrosia Pumpkin Pie Wild.,.'. Corner o. H.lv.mslom A**.

II CHILDREN'S DINNERS $1.25 More Tom 1000 Stores Coast To Coast

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1fUD I Beachvillc Clarion Mrlnto! '

uniTY Aboard flagship TECH o 0

Rev. F. E. Day of Lake City O. D. Beach was a busing: visitor Chief Radioman Marlon L. Me

-Comm filled his appointment here Sunday In High Springs and Gainesville Intosh. USN son of Mr. P F Me -
., had real good services but Thursday. I Intosh of 317 11th Ave. Live Oak e

news was sorry Mrs. Day was not able Mrs Manfred Balkr and two participated In the U. 8. First pot aM 1)11 PWSl1Irf PIE air.tcuawMownxrsc.

to come with him. youngest daughters of fe Oak Fleet' training exercise "Range q

Mrs Gerald demons of Thom- acre guests of her parents. Rev Bush" November 16-34. while

Pine Level asvllle Oa. was a visitor here and Mrs. Marvin Odom. Thurs serving aboard the attack. aircraft
Saturday. day. carrier USS Ranger

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Beach and The week-long exercise l off the
U Mr. and Mrs Ernest Holmes visited Mr. and Mrs Drew Holmes Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Dicks and I
of Southern California involved
sons Scott and Randy of Gainesville coast -
and Mrs. J. II. daughters. Debbie and Angle of
Reynolds were Sunday and attended services at
of the First Fleet and VEGETABLESTORAGE
I were guests of Mr. and MrsWillie ships
Jacksonville and Mr and Mrs.Otto .
supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. Pine Level Church.
Beach Sunday afternoon several! naval air units.
Drew Holmes Saturday night. I Mr and Mrs L. P. Portner Townsend and daughter. HINTS Hu Mar IAONTNSII
Mr. and Mrs Hrrschell Cawn In addition to providing a mobile
Rev. Charles Johnson of Perry I spent the week end in Prnsncola Marlnelle, of Lake City were
landing field for
and rhlld"IDewaynCl and Cam- at sea patrol
of the ladles'
visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Fort- guests parent. Mr. !
spent with Mr. and Mrs.
I my, of Jacksonville were guestsof attack, fighter and reconnataanca -
and .
II. Tldwell
J. .Toole.. ner and Mr. and Mrs Ray Port Mr. and Mrs. Bass of Saturday Halnes Mr and Mrs. II. C. Ca 'Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Wilder ner the forces' PICK FIlL'lUUQ .
week end was "friendly" flagship rW OUTSOC DUCT
City of Mr.
wen guests and Mrs.
and children of Live Oak attended Mr. and Mn. Drew Ilo'mci and In the exercise. pRoouu,Alp as FOR VtNTUIHN
services at Pine Level Church W. R. Holmes visited Mrs. J. H. Worth Terry Saturday night tArt as POSSlIIll IS RttOMMCNOCO
Sunday night. Reynolds Friday night Mr. and Mrs. Hots Spooner and Curious: Use w

Wallace Holmes, student at Mr. and Mrs. N. O. II!nry of daughter Ginger of Jacksonville, Indians made curious see of High profits to the owners of TEMPI WTURt OF

NTJC in Madison sp"nt the .eek Cheyenne. Wyo. spent Saturday and Bobby Koon of Lake City settlers' goods before learning middle tilth century American 11------ f, ? AID SHOUIB ee
end with Mr. and Mrs. Drew night with A. L. Itughry ruroutr were biting relatives here last their purpose The first coins that: clipper hips were not all attributable v 'Kits cool

Holmes. to Cape Kennedy spend Inter week end. reached the Tomb were, Inn by to the sharp design of the
Mr. ud Mrs. C. C. Hemphlll and S1l1RAt( !III tW.D if $H vtiHa) s
Mr and Mrs. H. M. Moore and wltb their daughter them to their children ai play sailing vesneU. A good crew wm It: 11GHTlr t Tt- 00 MM
Miss Joan Anders attended the Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes son. Wayne of Gainesville were things. The Hupa used flour for essential to fast passage brUren ClOSD AND hat V A LACK! dTURE
sing at Clay land Church Sunday spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs.. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willie face paint. The Tsimshian awed > ports. Its captain, who had anI INSUlATED
afternoon. Ernest Holmes.Monarrhial. Beach Saturday night and Sunday thimbles In their ceremonial garments I I I obsession for speed drove his

W. R. Holmes of Jacksonville I .- as decorations men and craft relcntlrnly, I' .
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spent the week end with Mr. and
Mrs. Drew Holmes. \ Practice? I -

Mr. and Mrs Freddie Clark ,Thanksgiving has not always 0 For Salt neal EittU I : FOR: SALE

visited Mr and Mrs. C D. Clare been a favorite American holiday .

Sunday afternoon. the National Geographic Society ( FOR SALE Poulan and Pioneer
Miss Joan Anders visited Mrs says' Thomas Jefferson denounced 1 / / Branch OfficeSUWANNEE I I chain saws, parts and service

Charles Batson Sunday afternoon it as a "monarchlal practice iY RIVER Logging supplies hooks, clamps

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Killing and refused to observe It. Prior to REALTY bows bars, and chains. Repair

of Live ask visited Mr. and MrsDrew the CI,1lVar.. many Southerners for maul small ganllne engines,
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Holmes Sunday afternoon Ignored Thanksgiving as a Yankee I. .. FOR.RENT. Farm Dowllng Bureau Dldg Tyre'a Saw A Engine: Service,
Mr and Mrs. J P. Tooto ant custom. Abraham Lincoln revived LITTLE ADS MISCELLANEOUSw Phone 3921528WINSTON formerly Electric Service Co.,
son. Jimmy, were supper nests the holiday and set aside the last FOR RENT Spaces for mobile *. 905 6th St. Your small engine
of Mr and Mrs. Drew limn ea Thursday of November as t national BIG RESULTS homes Plenty' of room. Nice Specialising J.In ROGER.Farm &.AcreageIIORNE Scalier I headquarters eadj tfFOR

Thursday night observance.! IT PAYS TO SHOP and clran. Good well wate axlea' end '.....n_
John C. Dykes of Orlando spent BUY-UU-EXfn.\NOI< Lake for fishing and swimming. BALK: All slsea fur":.

the week' end with Mr. and M't. Education places trump cards Whatever the par.... yea will Live Oak Drug Co. Morgan's Trailer Park U 8 110 -- -- -- -- -- paultlns, guaranteed not to leak

John P. Dykes. In the hands of a man then he find Democrat elawlfMs ae "Th. Prescription 81..nn .,." West Live Oak. Fla. Phone I Ottta Drown Motors. edJJ U

John M. Sandifer of ."atrleaaJI plays the game of life. the Job, anlckly and well ._393-2018.. cabb tf REALTY CORP. BUTLER ROILDINOt3 :.
.. TIIC nvofCHANEL ... Duller!
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I FOR RENT A I-brdroom all metal panel frame building
BLUE GRASS 119 W, Howard lit.
DANA AMBUSH. Tabu apartment for rent. Call :363 and aheds. Call T. E. McCaJl.
Agribusiness-Greatest Employer DEADLINE FOR INSrRTIONi.M CORDAY-Fame.- TJoun Mel 3935 or 983-3743 call) tr 933-4303 Branford. Fla.
F.M. Taeadaj Possession ----- P 1JJ 34-3JI
Furnished apart '- ----- -
Although efficiency has reduced Escapade, Desert AMorlale
the manpower seeds of __ ,i"o,. LOW RATE FOR RESULTS Flower. Com Silk ment. roomy and comfortable Phone 362.1088 FOR BALE Bred drying equipment

sericulture to Ins than 10 : ..... ... **i cents MATCIIABELLI Wind Song Good location. Call 363-3164 or complete" t heavy duty
per cent of Us U.S. population _'" are ward, with aidlalmam CHANTU.LY SHOCKING :363-1393. cajj tf hand truck t weed chopper
) t'II1: .\tt.\ I af '1.". PABEKOK- TUreM. Woodhue. --- 30 or 40-arre tracts of land 1 /'. for Irow or cub tractor

"' '':':'. !..... .":'.. .. .. AU cUmirtrdi mast be paid toadvance. Aphrodesla. FlambeauLANVlN'.Arpege FOR RENT -- Furnished bachelor miles" from town Vt mile off Vtl Firewood Phone 363-3613

Chemical I .) f My Bin, cabins and small family hlway. Good graded rued 301>>'%" cell 34-3)1)
a ad technical
advances Scandal units Budget arrangement In. down balance on god terms -- -- .
m have made
f41 the even more productsof Important ONE WEEK FREE REVLON-InUmate. Aqua.* eludes lights and water See 6% Interest .,( FOR SALE Used. Urea and

J to toll economy Usa they rUsnlfleda" erdrrcd for five JADE marine EAST ENGLISH Mrs. Brown at :303 Winder tubes. Bargains for ears, trucks,

A w.re la early day*. weeks, ma the Ul week free. LEATlirK 007PUB' weedSL! Live Oak between tractors All slses available,

I, IIM will pay for a 16 werdadvertlaemeal CANOE DRUTWHITMAN the Nrhl Bottling Co and Park Clean neat 9-bedroom home Borne like new Hundreds to

Today Airlbuslaess proJucUoa. for five weeks. CANDY er's.Drive In. AUo, one at US Ideal location. Store nrarby Con pick from. lUrber's Service
and .. 1'.. I..a.... POLAROID Station, Otlrlen. 03/-9626.
C'Onenlo. venlent to town. 17500
trlbullon of these products .' Sods fee Proven Retalla American Greeting Cards -- .- Also available through your
employs a whopping ONE Amity lllllfolds Terms iwlihborhood service station
THIRD ef the sauces popvla ., Mallory Hearing Ala FOR RENT 1-bedroom unfurnished from Barber's Tire IIIInl! CP,
tloa, to make It by far the HELP WANTED flatter! house all modern wholesale division eadj tf

r.at.1t employer of the workforce convenience. ] miles from center 40 Acres for lean clear It for -- .- "'
I WANTED AT ONCE Curb girl i COMPLETE of Live Oak 119 mo. Call melons burned off. Not much! roll BALE: |isolvidge IIC'hnnI

: and kitchen: help. If Interested HOUNTAIM Madison 973-3330 days, 973 no.tho front 9 hard road._ 1. bur, good for hauling fishing.
i ACRVICE .m. nn
1* a great av send 1 apply In penal Parker's Drive 3179 nights call II miles from town or tamping: |1113 OMC pickup;:

......*, a ..14 *r. I In. US 139. Jasper Road. I U and electric dumb waiter Call
ih.Tbis l> opl.. and Initmctou for tall tf LIVE OAK I and male us an offer Advent

laa people are vitally rOt SaU.Rail EttaU Christian Home, Phone 3639J4J -
r needed WANTED. Waitresses FOR DALE -- CUlnnl. lal property .
Apply at .
cdbj 36-3
: DIll.' Orta. eajj IfCURD I DRUG CO. with home and lairs lot _. ..-...-- .
near shopping district Ain>l> DUE: TO DIVOUCE: We have a
HOP and lady to work ghee. tif-t .iLUZIER Vastle's Beauty Shop' :363-3273 rrpnawaurd II model
Pointing out the Imporuare of ArlllulaH' la today's sceae Is fountain ..
wanted. B tlr than WHY PAY RENT call If needle
but one of the functions Dlal-O-Matte Zlg Zag.
tll.iatl'Jaal raraClly Commltt average I ___ ___ __
pay n
which Is spoaewlng. rsrrn City Wetk Noemh. Nevemaer 31. A Apply in person. COSMETICS 'YourtovrllnMS UT DOD WOLFE Like new Muse, fancy stitches
this year, rarmClty; W*.k. Uke the committee vhk-a SPMIMTS It. I. Drive In tail tf comes out whrqLittler FOR_SALE mske auUimslla buttonhole.
aimed at briefing about "better ndrrtaadutf betweea the oral sad LADIES-boost- cornea In For a love AND BUILD A HOME TO -_ sews on buttons, blind hems,

uib*. teiments ef _lei, sad lh.. balldlag. a letter land for all.Hopt,1 taster Cosmetic your 1 Income Can Bell her you contact your Lutlerconsultant. 1, SUIT YOUR FAMILY NEEDC SHORTHORNfl Oood heifer monograms, embroiders, darns,
Mrs. Mamie MeCrlmon. ; calves available :300
Courtoy, 793-1431 AND FINANCE now to patches. tie Uuaranteed As-
394. Jasper. lies or write Dos phone 363-3S93 for anappointment. 500 Iba, weaned, vaccinated. sum remaining B payments of
dill 33-31 pdjj 36-30: and tested 3 bulls. Hume II DO.
or Phone credit Manager,
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WANTED Assistant manager! -- I Bob Wolfe, Contractor write T M llowerton Jr. P. 0 I IDol Lake City, anytime, al 7533011ptlJJ .

SpaWnjoYQU trainee age 30-30 Inqulr. al I FARMERS Phone 362-3253 '20. Madison Florida ) 37-36
Town Finance' Phone ."-.IN or 973-6661, ----- ---.-
Co., 313 West MONEY' for your farm opera* LIVE OAK FLA. -
Howard at, Uve Oak Fla. Uona at reasonable coat. Terms ebdh 37-36 DEWING' MACHINES
By LE3TEB U COLEMAN. MJX to fit your needs. Loans to cbjj) U
cell 36-36 I T yeara. Can North Florida up Production USED IIOUDE Ideal, for Jake 1149 MODEL CLEARANCE: HALE,

WANTED Maa for eatabllahed Credit Aatn fl. Ohio cottage Delivered to your lot We have seven 'INS round bobbin

Nan About Arthritis Insurance debit for Live Oak Art 4 Live Oak. Tel. 363-3S66. Shale and duple units I and sewing' machine left. These ma.

.. and Lake City .,... Good C atw-tf TRAILER: OWNERS I bedroom. Bale office open chine are completely guaranteed.
starting I .. I til 8. 81d,. 343A Flavel >. Equipped to all sag. make button
THE stiff pay -- and LOTS FOR BALK
achingJoiata that man --. They are both .. training -- ---- holes
etc |3S Is total
placu people with arthritis aN eluded la the general claaauVa* program chance for advance VUUT ANNtra BEAUTY BHOP. GOOD TJlMa,. Priced IJ9SOUTBIDK University of Fla B W |3lh ala older pain Will

betas relieved of pals by a sew Uoa of "rb.um Dua" ment. Telephone 112.1.... C Operator Annie '.. MUU, CITY but close ln> W lilt Ave Mid.Mtate En.: accept machine for part

and wetcotne druf. Rheumatoid arthrtU I* a 4U W, Broughton. call tf Mary Drew Boatrtght. Mrrtl PAUL A. BYRD. Realtor .IMf,.. Ine. Will trade or fin 41J.J5T7 payment., Phone Orlando eollss..

Early atwliea performtd at eaM that oecar chiefly l. MlUa. Elaine Webb and Man]* 404 8 Ohio Ave -anee.. Call. 376-3ISI nib 36 e 31.31NOW
UM VBlvvralty of Colorado by youngadults before UM age of N"' '. Ruby Banford. call tfIIAU. Uve Oak. Florida FOR BALE Black Bhetland
Dr. Chart J. Smyth show that 40 year. la many laetaaee PART TIME BALEtTMAN: Phone 343-1149 saddle bridle. -
UNUSUAL .11 ELECTRIC MOTOR pony msrUngale > AV
the beMfldal effects an oult. attacks af pats sad welttaf ef ABC FENCE OPPORTUNITY BHOP All makes *f electric etf 1140 lawrence Tyon. ..... _1..1 ........ al,,Mary,.... I"I Car" '"
dPnI w.' About 390: case ofrhevmatoid the JoiaU com sad ro appae..5U1 INDUSTRIEf! I III 310 Colonist Phone -": '
artkrltla without ,..-. ___ .penlag new office We offer an motors rewound or repaired! sensing window :37 a M69.Ill .
were uattad, I* sit off by opportunity for anen to ram more single or threw phase. Pump after..1 P lit .. pbjj 31-21. ft. All slat available. 644lUrtensixn
treated with aa acute tarerttoa ar eve by part-Ume than on their ten-tler motor a spr tally, fliers 313* FARM TIMBER F1IA LOANS FOR BALE: Plcwi-- -Ranchero*-- Bl alt IfPOIt
3979, Mayo Rood Uve Oak. AVAILABLE
tko eiperlnea-. severe eootloaal w- JobThis : pickup standard shift healerIIJMO .
I Osteoarthtltla I ..... offer to toot In pdjj U-39 For Information call or IHS SALE Model I B John
tal drug laooEMthacM. a Ume to give actual. 11II.... eicetUnl fteere trailer Sickle.
I that oonira most ta a lodlc l yes the snort prop.rotM Chrbrt- i PAUL A. BI'RDRMJtor Condition 11.336 C II Burling mower,
I harrow Ull.r and
aad ....-tt >K O ... you have otherequipment.
Re effect oa : pfo| iangeeecesr ever given pour Branford. call 36
ANY ..... rtasunabto. of.
famfly. tot a. Ohio A".
... pslaf.lJoist. ass, W the >oaU ef w -'-" -
Live Oak. Florida FOR BALK Two pnor'eows fr Nov 0 Ik>retl Jr, Bran*
was the body mad bait them tatheir NO Eipertenc Neceasary, Ml
stadled ta a ..w p i.t o eon/orUhl We Train You MEMORIALWORK. Phone 33-1319 each. Ten mete goals 110 cab fad Pla PhftTM U"2M1.

Or. Qilmaaa amlee ef .,..- woy/asut. NO Invemarnt Required I tf A..... :30 oars land at Falmouth cbjj 31-36

tally ptaaaedexperunrata. S W* Furnish AH Supplies. _. -. -------. 1100 acre. B W txtae., phone
Dr. Boiytk ass Q. Is rent a form af arthritis MEN NEEDED: DONE 363.1643 r.osT Ik rOUND
tau TA. acre -
coOeagii accvraUfjr awa*> Dt
weed UM ew niar ef UM ....1 Goat to seaatdrrsil a highly Live Oak Madison. While Or.nit., Marble Ilronc4 3-b droom Pause and barn. HAY Pangola. 139 and 110 per '.\lUII: Wl'nURANA Male' .

sad eH twfore sad after ..., *pMUaa4 fires ef arthnua aprtacs. and Jasper Pb.... 342-3331 Deep electric w.ll. V. mix Ion. Coaatal B rnuda. 110 and ; cleared from home on thiwan

drug wa ...... Jewelers' flags Gout to eosMBjoaly ..**..... adtoeaao I Re the Baa an your town to LIVE OAKMONUMENT smith of Buckeye mllL Small |ll per ton. You pick up orwelt Me RJver Mar OUrte-i. Dowsed
were tend .. that r..ln..ty aaotolas down payment the rest fan be deliver Can 6-",,, L L
snemirs caaa Mta wpnwnt r. fur bifornalkm l"a UM ew.nbiar ef UM Joiaia. the big to*. .tn. ,. Itlavalva CO. arranged. W, E. Parker, so4 E. lursetl pdJJ 31-31 eovery Notify P. O Boa 33$.

Other patieaU with rfceasaa. I saaay put *f thebody. WJUTE: a8 reptle eonfldmUal rot,.. VtcliU' 5"", _., R..,. Ban Pedro Are. ,.", $s. Pox IMLJt"PwTAtom Irrlia. I Branford w phono "' ."'ard.I .
FENCE: IJCDCimUESrnene Phone 417-4)41 eJ4 2t-39 I
told arthritis were treated witha The scandal .. Officei .- .- lral pipe 1144 feel /', 141 I 933M. phil31.21
variety ef ether drugs la- did im/foHft fet I'! 22 No. 7. -
: sad dregs to araaaaU ta Attention
: Jack W ThomasP.
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ctadtaa' flad Ill lUJnMrd eprtnklers' end
i rally of arthrtU. WANTEDWANT
typo 0. Bom 4336Mobfle.
seed effectlv ... la this
plugs .
I ( Uee. oup"". elbow .

'study-tIW.-aaaajr. *f*y the messes ours wee I Q Is ,..,...l eierclM be... /AlabasnaPbone ,.. US inoo.valve.' Camll An In lull good phone eorMtiii'JIo. TO BUY -- From owner

nut t* arthrlU psUeaUT e n.2. 44 to 10 ..,... fenced attnipasture
The drug a* with all Sew A. Pkyalcal' UMrapy. arttra U'2.8t1"'orct. path 37-3
ttveablo houae Must be
aVuga. I* briar carvfaVy *aawved ... ecercita wait ----- ---
paeatT are
for may yoealM. tastes eoaaforttaf ta Met torn efarthrnia. WANTED Plan or part Urn*. C1f1turnuIIIIIIOM'1M17 W, reasonable.. Write Route I, Bog
effect oaj yaUeaU. Baftty hiUM MIII1ftI or men to sell PuOrrprodorta hae pUn I, organ new an4guttara. 109. Putt Whit or phuna 47
ebugh, :as..,. iNtjj :36
Brat taapotaat factor la All tdiyatcal aaast boraetoaa nIetI an Jasper and amptiftors. mi .
adinIt.tne resrgeL OMla4. activity by a phyaMaaifr Live Oak ...... Average earn deal .......,...i TVs. color and

The sing U Mar erttkaSyertfaatMl I each kadlvVhsal ta anttr I* r ancj 19 Gross. 'M.IMa", black and white; record plar F'Aqt""ntf"' }
For iafoee sUew write H. Bflver, aye. ..... and pnrtable; taperadtoa -
Car Wuh
e.w Uwc* the pr *- atata Its stHmmi heaaflbI Do It Yourself 25c .
oat 1.._ to Oat It to a peer n- ........ w d..bed I, 1476 CVarwater Drive. Daytonap4hj ,MfIr.,. ,...dI. sheet run BALE: IM3 OblunolMioCUUlaM.
tots* MM fer vfcUaa' af arthrVQ. .tani pfw. abef I Snit. Piss HllSALESMAN FRANCHISE ..*... Your tfIaI n>uu aniMtedeabf bucked maim floor
ties -- busting with minimum OtfU from. II| up Friertttmit slurs ra RevoluUonarr mantra
aeatfh r.ws,. a Mur r WANTED : ID11J now
a 1t......at ,... ..... ... 0.dy.AE I scfaool gradual, taarrtod.- mint high profit opportunity with s secure future c a. Ill North Ohio. ftervletman. tranafrr
between La,. Oak. avers Call 34 u344 after IPM
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1al.ss O..w1w fh. a.f/W sag ..Iewswbe t ages ef SS-40. resident of U making f//tOO to 11.000 Per month la t.mparabl.area. -- -.- ate pbJJ 2..2t
What a** ttM -.& OBSBui wedks. rep.reed Ian wbean. avail.bo! In OH _. .
the Oak. Prefer ..... ..,.n. .. On. trarwh" area. BALK Arsar p.nta..hurl/. ------
form ef arthftttsT How M deureet earywt.esT euro. A good atarttn salarrContact WM. A. MASSEY jackets, overwata Geed UNN! lit, JEEP for sale. 1133. Pair
art thrjr .rr.**aiT _4etdeelk4 ....... .....
H fTNeal. 711.1771. 4JA-2J7I P. O. Ba DMWUl clothea for men 1emees..deMldSS. eundillon. ....'.N. Tyson. 314
A. Itheaaistafcl, arthrtU and .... MaW ...... PIMM**
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Farr j Lake city, after I ,.. Part. FWfala Phono 319.1160. FKM Colonial ptwmo 343-3431 after9pm.
.ostMarthnu are the am* 4.*a* etra aWier. Bt awewe pew eeL pbaj J7-J6 Mme, t4it 31-31 tbJJ 36WTHURSDAY

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362-3333 935-1100


Many of these advertisers have joined with us through the years in bringing you t J
keys and subscriptions to this paper, and from the large number of participants vj"
cash prizes and invite all our readers to join in.

Employees of the Suwannee Democrat and their immediate families are not eli



N. Ohio Avenue Phone 362-2101
Howard & Ohio Phone 362-2135 The 1965 Turkey Teaser U designed! to place emphau,
advertiser and his product 'or service. You mutt list m
pace provided three items, brands, or services available
of the businesses named.
The second step involves writing in your own wor
essay, (not over 50O words) relating what Suwannee Co
whole has to be most thankful for. Your story should
post marked no later than Friday, December 10. Fill in jro
period from Thanksgiving 1964 until Thanksgiving 1965
All stories must be addressed! to the Suwannee Hili
", to the contest in spaces provided, attach your essay to you
and mail or bring your entry to the Democrat. Those who
are correct will have their essays assigned a number and Ik
FARMERS HARDWARE only will be turned over to a group of people not connect*
C. 0. PALMER newspaper for final) judging. Winners will be announced
E. Howard SL Phone 362.3029 cember 16 issue of the Democrat.
LIVE OAK, FLORIDA PAINT CONTRACTOR We invite you to join in our 35th Annual Turkey TC M
You may win a valuable cash prize.



SERVICE STATION 2 Miles East On Highway 90 ,
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W. Howard St. Phone 362-2591
S. Ohio Ave. Phone 362-1234 5th St. Phone 362.2031 ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES LIVE OAK, FLORIDA
'1. W. Howard St. Phone 362-2678

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Welt Howard St. Phone 362.1232


> ti .g contest In the past prizes have consisted of a savings bond, Christmas hurts _. _
v" feel that it is enjoyed. This year to encourage more entries we are giving free

el'gi tie to enter.


201 N.E. 2nd St. Phone 362.1381 "Ford Tractors and Farmers Friend"N.
)has the 1
I Houston Ave. Phon. 362.1721
t mword he blank
ibis from each ht Prize
a short
e Co nty as a 2nd Prize
ould over then $25
yoA- answers
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Brat and $10
o yoi answer f
who ancwer ,
;id ect Ik< *with entrie this* 4t$o': First Federal 1 Savings & Loan FRIER MUSIC CO.

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5th Prize I Association of Live Oak The Finest In The Sound' Of Music
Tei Contest. $5 N. Ohio Ave. Phone 362-21 MSUWANNEE
E. Howard St. fhone 362-3433

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E. Howard St. Phone 362-2517 MAS FERGUSON DEAlER"
Branford Road Phone 362.2226 Phone 362-2 10a LUe I Oajt, Florid
5th St. Phone 362-2381

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362-1 140 W. Howard St. W. Howard St. Lire Oak., Florida S.W. Pine A... Phono 362-2407




Proudly Serving' 15.000 Customers In S. Ohio' AYe. ,.... 32-1425 Finer Petroleum Product For I....
NORTH AND CENTRAL FLORIDA LIVE OAK FLORIDA E. Howard St. Pho*. 362-2t7 N. Scrlven' Ave. Phone 362-20M



Dowli,, A... Pfco. 342-303 342-1201 LIVE OAK FLA US. 129 Noel ....... 341.1334 Wt Howard SC Po.e 361-2604


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I. THE 1 1dr A 9iidePI

Suwanncc Valley Livestock MarketTrading ._

was classified as active, ard. $13-$1475 AAHI HI
with demand good for all classesat Cows: one good $16; utility OF EVENTS
the Suwannee Valley Livestock $10-$13.50.
Market for the week ending last Calves: good and low-choice*. ICONOMY'S EXPANSION I EMPLOYMENT INCREASED

Wednesday. A total of 123 cattle $17-$21.25; standard 1518.75: / ,lle MM FIVE-YIAR MARK J WINO STANDARD RISK
and calves were sold, down from utility. $13.50-$1825 a
288 the previous week. Hogs totaled 770 compared with By mCNRT: CATIICART
Slaughter cows and calves were 738 the previous week. Central Prut WVwMnffto" Writer
uneven averaging steady. Other Mixed grades barrows and gilt TCTASinXGTO The national economy II now In Its 51th I
slaughter classes were few. sold as follows: 180-210 Ibs, $23- consecutive month of expansion. ShorUy It wiD have '
Feeder stocker steers and heifers 72; 210-240 11>1I.. $2386; 240-270 achieved an unprecedented are full years of upward movement.
were few. Cows were $1-$150 11>1I.. $2320; 160-180 Ibs. $2305: All of the signs point toward more of the sam for the rut of
higher and calves strong to fully 140-160 Ibs. $2340; 120-140 Ibl. '' I this year and for the year ahead.N.arlY .
$1 higher $2403.: 100-120 Ibs., $24.10; and + e aU of the varied segments that CO to make up._ the
Slightly over half the supplywas 80-100 Ibs. $24.15. American business picture o. ere .haring m the
cleared to feeder-stocker account Most sows 80-400 Ibs, $2040- advance. Industrial production and profits
while also slightly more $21.50:; 400-800lbs., $1940-$1900, ; are running at a fast clip. Employment has
than half were calves. boars. 1011. increased; unemployment II at an *irht-y ar
Some price ranges are poor Indicators U. S. No. 2 and 3 feeder pigs I low. Consumers are buying more than ever
due to extreme overfills under 75 Ibs.. $23-$3150; mostly and are using their Increased income to lift
Slaughter cattle sold as follows: $2525 up; 75-110 Ibs. $2425-, their standard of living.
Steers: absent. $27.75; over 110 Ibs., $2475-$27: Confidence In the future .is evidentIn I
Heifers: standard. 1650-$19-, cull under 75 Ibs., $12.75-12150. this atmosphere, about the only group
25; utility. 151875. U. I that shows concern Is the economists. While !
Cows: low-to-average utility --- their statistics and reports confirm the fen- t
$1350-$14; average-to-hIgh util- Essay! HearsayIt This group of Suwannee County Junior Deputies attended the Florida State-Houston football eral well-being some of them cannot existedwall escape \
overfills), $11.50- the environment in which they have I
ity (all extreme
game In Tallahassee Saturday. They ares sitting In front Ronnie Johnson and Stanley Burnett; inevitable
$13.25: cutter $11-$1350: canner Is commonly thought that Strut Having witnessed seemingly
$10-$11. the English people were the originators front row, Jerry Smith Lynn Williams Chris Dunn Ricky Eubanks Elliot Williams Joe Phillips cycles of expansion and recession they cannot
Bulls: utility (mostly overfills) of the essay as a literary! Danny Dees Bill Cheek, Anthony Sullivan John Ilowland. John Adlcks and adult leader Jim Shields: Confidence it .scap' their own emotional concern that what
1525-$17' ; one yearling/ cutter form, However the first two second row Greg Sapp, Ricky Breeden. Charles Bal eden, Doug Bowdoin, Cecil Newson, Mark Edwards tvtdent jots up must come down.A .
$11. books of "essals" were publishedin Jack Hall Marty Bonds Mike Bonds Hal ford Harris. Russell Sapp and Sonny Jones. Depu brave little band in their midst Is begin-
Calves: good $17-$18; standard France by Montaigne. In 1580 ties Buddy Phillip and Cecil Bonds are left of the second row. The boys' trip was made through ping to voice a different opinion. Perhaps, they timidly suggest
$15-$17.' ; utility 131425. he introduced the style of brevityIn the efforts of Sheriff Duke McCalllster and contributions of local merchants and Individuals Not we have gotten to the point where boom and bust is not anInevitable
about the world it of economic life. Perhaps, they say economic
Feeder-stocker cattle sold as writing as way
pictured are Klah Shields and Roy Dudley (Dan Stainer Photo) that recessions, too,
follows: impressed him personally. Mon expansion has become more orderly and
Steers: good. $19-$21. taigne became famous throughout will be more orderly.In .
Heifers; utility and low-stand- England. Tallahassee District Methodist Soil District Sells any event this little band is urging Its colleagues to believe
'what they see, to accept the statistics which they have
Local MnnuerNhip. generated and refined. Above all they urge that their brothers
THE OLD HOME TOWN -" &-- By STANLEY Conference To Mark 100 Years Soil Conservation tMstrtct affiliate refrain from talking about the Inevitability of a recession basedsoley
hunch and history.
memberships were purchasedlast on
week by several local businesses
HARD --.MAYBe SOMETIMe'LATEr. THIN+ Tallahassee The 58 Methodist are due to attend. The host pastor to provide operating funds PRESS t'RVEY-Th. White House .Is conducting a reviewof
11'4 LIFE f-Ie-MA'f 'F/N US churches of the 11-county Is the Rev W. L. Prater for the Suwannee River Soil and reporter accreditation which U expected to be followed by a
fO\9 THOSE!! OTHER 25 LETTHWS /, Tallahassee District will hold Principal speakers will Include Water Conservation District. wholesale reuwuanc of gate passes. Most government agencies
IN 7WALPHABET'e Qe their annual "check up" conference Bishop James W. Henley Lakeland J. Dan Ross, board chairman permit free access by press and public, but many years ago
Monday Nov. 29, at PUgah and a Methodist missionary stated that the District has no the White House found it necessary to control reporters' entry
Church on Centerville Rd Mrs. Virginia Law, a gradu other means of providing supportfor to the buildings on security (I'OUftdL
The meeting also will feature a ate of Florida State University. such projects as Soil Steward For some years, hard-working members of the Whit. House
special program marking the Her husband, Burleigh Law was ship Sunday and Soil Conservation press corps have had a suspicion that some of the "press that
100th anniversary of the present killed last year by rebel troops In speaking contests in the local' shows up at the White House whenever anything of unusual lmporUnce -
Tallahassee District, it was announced the Af.-icsn Congo schools. Those businesses which is. going on have com there to watch
by the Rev. Dr. R. C. The Tallahassee District is contributed Include the Commercial the show for their own personal reasons rather T.. Many
lolmes, superintendent, composed of Leon. Oadsden. Lib Bank the First National than to report the event White Norse
d Actually, the Tallahassee District erty, Franklin. Wakulla Taylor I Bank. North Florida Telephone At any early stage of the program the
dates back to 1825 when It I Jefferson Madison! Lafayette I Company Suwannee Valley Electric Whit House conducted a survey requiring pass Reporters
) created of the Hamilton, and Suwannee Counties In time entered This
t was as a part I Farmers Mutual Exchange holders to sign each they
TItsr South Carolina Conference, and and Mott Buick Company. didn't last long because word of the activity got around and
later it was affiliated with the U. T. J. Fletcher Sr., retiring supervisor non-regulars, fearing that their passes would be canceled because
Conference. It not of streamed In to their on the
Georgia was and chairman of the Finance non-use, Just get names
l until 1866 that the present Florida Female Turtles'" Weep Committee for the District, record
Conference was organized U a was In charge of selling the affiliate The core of working reporters Is solidly behind any sensible
separate geographical area with Female sea turtles seem to weep memberships. steps that can be taken to reduce the number of reporter. to
Tallahassee one of four districts copiously during their visits to I. those present on a truly working basis. After all, a crowd of
BY THEN COMPUTERS WILL Q U Dr Holmes will preside) at the land to lay eggs. Actually a spec what Is sMntlally spectators Un't the most ideal situation ender -
DO IT IN ONE To"TJ1': 4 FI6URES' daylong meeting beginning at 9a.m. lal gland between the eyes is ridding I Mountains are composed large which to learn and report what the President is doing or
.----.-...... .....--.. Pastors of the 58 churches I the turtle's' body of salt ab1sorbed ly of rocks made up of silicon and saying, or thinking.
and more than 100 lay delegates from food taken at sea. I aluminum compounds.
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Ii'. Phone 362-2810 Un Oak W. Iloward S L Ph one 361-1226
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Dtatrhit "" ..toe ta ....110.... )I. ,lie tk. ..,lei djan*>4 I. sons ...p"'"'. II... Ira II..... WELLBORN NO. II
Farmers Home Administration Loans NOAH NUMsx1aPpue ._"1 *ktlo.. T... Mlar of ..,. lull la .. Nt.111.1. PADLOCK NO. II DAYJ.
I At MM. .1...,11.. Ik. v.n...tlmi. of Ik* Ill)* I* tko, followln' dr.rrlbrd land, 5th. DAT W ....,_ Ctork
PSr TaM Biwrlol T.. School Dtatrtot mUUc. ahal .. .
= rialntirra. HISS till and I. ro* Ira Horn ClrrkMr Mp.. Barmy B.II.
YH OR awaD .1.I k* "*.... .. at Ik. aan. tlai. an4lae to** aloud. tkrfr.m. *. art font In, *. ..".,.. Mill Ohm 8mKh ,
Over $2 Million To CooperativesFarmers .. *. In Ik. Mllla** .._... onlyU.IUW4 Mid ...1'.1.. .. onjoln a.d rMtral, ,oor Mr.. Splvy. Me Load. Jr. ..... K. B MrLoran
..*...... ..k. .*> lau* *n wl I auroao front rkikl till Mr*. LIUI MM Nam.WELL5ORN LEONA
w .1 hi .,... Cuntf -.I: ; 11
r props' Inlrmt. rhlm or r l' sold NO II
Home Administration ment. Florida may partkitt' *> I.sdb and ovary Mr af pnrxl tkoroof. DAY DAB,. T W. PbiMInc. Clark.
Economic Opportunity loans tot FHA loans to cooperatives serving TM seal of. PnkHo l..lr55llo..1 aad from prooMuiInt ar .,...1'...... ,. Yo'. r..... OJrkMra. Mr.. J. O. Ce.....".
...._.".* Ce..,,, PlorMa. kaa 4trm<- t* '0w51..st nit In oqvllf or Mtloal $..... Ballry T. L 0..".
SUng over $2 million have been families In Florida are for a ... aa4 '..." hat It ,. ........., for mw I* obtain po..lo. of III I .I : II...* tknltk II... Damon.,NoJnn Jr.

made this year through September feed grinding mill: a syrup mill: Ira (11 "IU. .. k* .._.... .. Ira tko folkiwln. 4arrUw4. not I Mtat*. lrlnr l ..... K II Mr ...... M.ALPIN NO. 14MaranM I
M4 kf law M Ik* ar.Mrr mlllai' aad kln. In ......** c.".,,., Florida LEONA 110. I, DAy
SO to 178 rural eoperativet a tractor mechanical tree hoe for Ik* 1554 SMwIal Tax Bckool Dtatrtoltft Iawh1 Goff .

serving come 10.000 low-Income disk harrow and rotary fertilise Ik* ....... tw* fvara an4 MM" Stools at tk. P..,...*.. ornr .f DAN. T. W. 11.144. Sheik Will. a..'.. Ol.rk
I' .Ilia. ** will k* .rl.t4 M prmrlb4/ kf ,,",Ie. I'. T.wo.htr S doulk, M.. I. Co Oi peIo.ot Mrs lon A...
[people in 25 states. Including '42.1490 .- distributor for a group of peach k. M Ik. kallot I. k* a.4.Roar4 1 ...".. II It.. .. nad run ,"..... T 1. Mkr.. Jr. Mr*. W. R. H.mm,
tov,11:1: Florida groups. State growers: and equipment such as EAR mlAti- sow ., P.oll iMtnictkmNiwaiiw North .!.!. !to... atom tk* nortk .... Damnn Nolan PINEMOUNT NO. II
0*.ty ,lln. af xSd1111.. It. dl.taaMof M.ALTIN NO. DAY
I Director W. T. Shaddlck reported peanut picker rake and baler: TSULD cal HAVS A ruTAV/ Bf U MCh.lrosa. to.. fMt to ,.. west.tll.* of oM DAY 14Uaranra A",... HRIIN. '. .. 010.

{today. combine, duster premerge and Mro WITH A SAL WHO railroad,. ...d., lkae. run Sauik daft Club "I Mob"p
ATTMTiHKNRt I4ir WMI alonn-. aald .*....11"* wilts Culna II...
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Most of this credit is extended baler sacks and spray; and corn W516$5 NiNery FOUNDS FOUOM 5110fwl to tk. north lln. .f Mr*. t.*n A.... iii... Isle: Ma Ooff Pnoatt
|jn the form of small loans to finance : combine peanut combine hay: BILL 7oldeacNAR.eTT 11res5twesl'S Ian*, of C........ Dlrki.n, Ik.nroran M... W. R. HwnmPINEMOUNT KIRKLAND NO. IS
I, rdC.IJ "- North' ..' Wwt amat. ..I/ DAY

a variety of cooperative I baler tractor bottom plow :and north II".. III fMt lknr* ran DAY NO. IS en...... R..'.,.ht Ctork.
.rnterprlses designed to Increasehe disc for three groups of corn and IS&U3. f4OA\\ DO NOTICE: UNDER FICTITIOUS North.. ** WM alont. Mid M.t A....., HIIIKou. 0.... J._. H''"...
II. III ,_.
LOST OR TRADE NAME LAW Ihrar run Nortk Hill Mnhloy. Mra. Etk.l
| net Income of farm and other peanut growers. OMB PKOPLI srr TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN Ifla WM akin aaM. wash II... ..... Jukn D Ooff Mew J.._Howoll II...
ural The majority of loans have IM THOUSHT, eCAUS IT Motto' to ktrokf. ilvva tkal. Ik* under II* fMl .. Ik* WMI lln* of MM. iii... Kal.' M.. ,....." LURAVILLE>||
people. UNFAMILIAR TfBuiroay T ....*., mm..al to Ik* flrtUlml. dam. .fVollon. IS. 'h...* r*. North. 5.!. I KIRKLAND NO IfCteranro DAY NO ITOtlto
Cooperative enterprises flnanc- been to finance small machinery JBAWI PATT4 .lalyl*. CkaBlcr, |0tt. or Sortkia 11a. .- Woo aloe' ika. sold. wool Hna DAY LawMn York

throughout the nation during cooperatives that provide agrtcul Florida StalvtM. 141. will rtl* Cube..f Sit.IS Set ta tk,* point R...1.... Cloth. .' ... MHf II.....
lfX.Public l.r wMk Ill Clrk of Ik* Clraull. loarlla of kxlnalnc, *iMpl and; W*. on** J..... N5..*.. .... Jorrf Tu....
Jthe put nine months Include tural equipment member farmer MrI w5. wNpASr .. and for __......* ('''..'Y. Florida, hole am mor* or to.., I* Colllor.MM Mra. 1:.h., H..n PS.., Lynn. .
hand could not otherwise obtain. ...... iMolpl of proof of publlrallon oflkl .......If aor klnf. that. port 1101.., jMnrtl Nrnnotl
[dairy products processing, notlr. III. 1kn51..m.. l.>...h.TrI. of Ik* .....". 4**.rlk..4 ...... lea LURAVILLE NO DAY O'BRIEN NO. IS
e=aft marketing, feeder pit sales The Florida FICA director emphaMzed ...... s.. W..... *M| af Ctoantf 11...... all bolnc. In nAY Ifout. H..k.rl P H....... .
[yards, vegetable marketing, peanut that he foresees great ...d., ."It>.. I will *n.a. In h.I...... tk* N."..__, Uunrl.r of In. ,..... flack II... H. T. "._11 Clark.
I In .., . NorlkwMt Qu...... .action II. .
nnvrt t sons .ln a In .." M... Hilly lambs. Mra rallla
[ marketing and the sharing potential In the Economic Opportunity .. Towniklp I a...... R... 1:... MM.nl.
NoticesNOTICE 0. Phrlds.11d. nf aid._. to Rout t.Tb II .... J..,p Tu...., Mn. o p.
several types of farm tlUI1)- loan programs since they *" .., of ...*..Mp I I. *nllr*. ronlalalat, III arm moro or ..... I...., lynn.OBRICN. HICKORY rrr..r SINK
JAMRA': W. HUFF Th. ..... of Ik,* Court la wkk-k. sold DU NO. I*
are capable of putting a new economic -' I Pt4 this' Ilk 4af of H."......r A.D. mil, 1.. .Won In.Hlniod ,la ik. (''.*.1' DAY NO. ISR T. S. 1101..1. Nark
boost Into the rural econo OP SPECIAL ELECTION: I.... Coart ., tk. Third. Judicial/ Orrall' o, krl P Hudson Clark. I. D. lies
[ Success NOT1CK IS HERKMY GIVKN tk.purananl JAMES: W. HlIrI. FlorMa.. 1..d fat SuwnnnM Caunlf, Mra. H. T Mow.ll Roy KaonPnnl
hinting W ArtteM XII ., ,... Florida. .... Florida. and Ik. .Ur...lol.d "III* I. Mrs Callla M.lnnl ConorMILDRETH
my.The agency's other Economic Coa.lllatlo and .. "...... pravlaloniof I. aM ...... ..1 T. J. ll.ll-y and wif. M... n I). I'nrrMr "
lira Florida aportol *to* IN THE COUNTY JUrx ['S COURT' I.., C. 5.15.d W. W. ".11.. ... HICKORY SINK DAYJ. 0. SO
redicted Opportunity loan program has lion will k* ... Ia'"t.: :. J.,, Uorommrt : IN AND FOR SUWANNF-E COUNTY. ..If*. >.r.k N. It.I"., ri.lntirr *. DAY NO IS 1. Hunt CUrk

By provided Individual \loans totaling ,. I.... to ......It tk.* Fropo.iti.rnTk FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.: PnM..ln and Dovra-la HallrvaJ. Com. MoC.ll Clerk Mra. 11.. ... (.
eI,.... ., Conntp Spoola! T.. kVkoubl.trlrl IN RK: k..... ., Poor, al .J, D e,......".., a.R. $1.298.910 to 78S Florida familiesfor Tn._ .kill M ....11.ko4 ... CORA JOHNSON AIKXANDER. WI... my ..". .. Tlrk ., Ik. Roy K [State Commission developingmall" farm and Ik* datto *f MM. PUIrtd TT5. **! Mew..A f I..." Tonrl ... *M| of Mid CsIs I l'.."..
Mtd m Ik* Board ft Pakll iMIrurtun. NOTICE TO CREATORS U*. 0.., .......* Coo..... ,......... MILDRKTH NO DAY NO. It
non-farm enterprises. forte.ln Ik* Wiring' of a5N All ..*.lIt... of tko. Mint ., C..... Ikla. tad 4.r of Noiromhrr' A. n I.*A. DAY SO lllo, HaH Clark

Huntr harvested an estimated Economic Opportunity loans to BTO.MM1 kr ArlteW. III .-> Iko..- -PlorU.CM.tltutloa. ,0..... A.....4.'. d.rN-d. 5, ........ LAVAUGHN.. A, srwilONS: J. R Hunt Clork. ..... Mfrtto. Sob
for .. ; nllftod and fll lm.or ('I .1 ., tlr .H Court
appro* or rajortlo. roanlrad to sup n> Mra Marjorto. Mm. .
319 deer and 132 turkeys In the cooperatives serving rural faml ky Ik. ......,.. *"lorior ,.....,*. In S,. '.... wktok 51., may k.. ."*..... c.....*'. FlorM. Mr.. Taulln/ RIIlM Cnlllni Mr. lot:::.. I Mnrlo arrar Enl.klm'

even northeast region wildlife lies carry 4-1/1 per cent interest' WMIW Cmnly. Flora.. ...1.., Mid Mini In tk. nffte. of Ik. SEAL! .... P K. Hunt NUO NO 5.
**M ato.tk. .>a kJI M Wld ., ,... Manly ladia of Sawnnno' Connlr.PlorMa. By tlllhn Rajford. D. C. RANFORD Ntt DAY
[management 'areas during the and are schedules for repaymentover S.-.15..5 .. .. IIWllknr
rot"mr prahi 5 t mini ptoM* wkoroprimarf L. r1 -ft. I;.I."*.. RIM Clash.
first two days of the INS-II a period not exceeding SO nnd ....I ..,.... ... hah. wNkln. all *aH>adar ..iil fmn; IN H.ll Ctrl. 1101..... NMtof
aad .lull k* hM. ..... |k* .... Ik* da il* .5 Ik'* flnl .rIlk.l1..5 IklitrakM THE CIRCUIT COURT OP 'HI Mr. Mirlto RukarMr N... M.MUIan
hunting season according to the ,rara. of Tel. A. M. rtok. and tl i* P. ... aNhw. Earl .1.1.I 4..d w..l 1. I. THIRD JUDICIAl. CIRCUIT IN AND *. 1'.r..r N.OMl MiinH.
Game and Fresh Water Fish Application for this and other .'*Irrb. rein. ... ..., ..... th.. p1.n. ., FOR IDA SUWANNEE COUNTY'Ci4ANCRY.Fl OR: Mr*. lot::.. Mrl I Knlcklan ROCKY INK NO. U
All r.,..... lMll t wjMfcln ....*. r.M.100 nd p..l..tfk4 ..._. N 'h. IN Oslo N. DAY
[Commission kinds of rural credit In Suwan .M c...... ....... ....11 k* *.a.llfldlorton ,,,,-., sod ..., N .wan N h ,... AMI.III M. PAIMrR and .... .If. DAY Mark CkauBMf Chirk

The deer kill Is approximately nee County Is made at the Flit .1 lf Ikl pMlal .__ If **.kpora.M .'slaw.!, I4 .Ma!, or ll. al.r5 MUHKELL V. PAIMKR laIon R... Ctork ..... .....4....
... oor Ik* M. *f ,....,_* It will 1 .... Sold ssp.rdli I I. ruini.tr. 1101..... Nortof. H. It H... ..
office In the Agricultural Building .. *
for this
the same as lut year lilt ,.... sod ka"o rraldod .. Ik* 1 1045.J ".... MrMUUa Kd w...,
period but a considerably larger in Live Oak BMto ., FlorM for Ml I In. Ik. .MIII Cl.OI'ELR A1.5xANnrNIMe FRANK MATHEW. ot tU Naomi' Honrf.RtXKY. "V lIT,I O HUMPHREYSCkakaMa
,rr prior I* ,.. dot* of rototraIkM ; < AdailaUtralrll. fl Ik. a..... of Oof.ad.al.. SINK NO. .
number of turkeys were harvest for .ork ...,... ..4 ...11 .k.*. Cora JokncMi A.*.....,. 1 Do- NOTICE TO DfFEND DAY SI UVAUOHN
ed. Turkey numbers were low last .*....4 wltkla .._.... C.N1p. r..... _.... THE STATIC OP FIONIIt Mark. CkaanMf. Ctork. '." Ax SEMIOWH
A Florida Firs Ma, for ported ft Ml .h.. IkM. .). ..... TUI FRANK MATHKW, aim. h.... .. Hiantof .... .. I. Clrk._
hunting season due to heavy rains to taMtaa prtor M in* ....* ac ...,.. PRANK MATHI'K AMOs I>IXON. H. H N..... *
during the spring and summer Although Florida has always tralton for MM ........ ....... PMM.mf IN". TMg CIRCUIT COURT' OP THE M0IR: MAVHRW. >!.. known a.MAHUR Ed; W.".. IN THIRD' THE CIRCUIT CtHiRT OP TME
been> famous for its large and ta SnwnnM* t'.eu.,.. FlorM*. ... THUG JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O' MAnnIE DIXON, JAMm JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
but favorable eather this year .*.. kt.iofora "*....r.d .. naatlfiodtorton FLORIDA IN AND SUWANMEB MATNKW nlo. h.... .. J"II'II HENRY M. rOIJrOM FOR SUWANNEB COUNTY, FljON-
the hatch enabled varied bird population it boasts ....u not M ronawod to ro CIpIjN IN 01H MATIIUR.: ARTHUR MAYHKW: Svprlnlnlnt. IDA IN CHANCtRY
during spring for PILL TITLE alM 'n.... .. ARTHUR ."" U M CRKWa JR. NOTICE TO DEFEND
a "first1: In the field of bird con loftotor tkto _"1 .l .tton.f TO QUIET 'Va. .
them to make a good come-back ....14 ., ,...... C_......._ CMRISTEEN TIUUS. MIRIAH: .." .Uo knnwn n. 11.11IN CA.km.s DOROTHY ElYNKrra: BKHAROmiN.
said servation. In 1903 PresidentTheodore /.n' r..Ip 51.5.a rl..lift. MIRIAH MATHI'K' TOM MAY ruinllff.JOSIIM .
Commission release --
a HUE and hi. RIINA: ...
Roosevelt established CLRTia O HL'MrHKIESCkalmuin ... MAY.' THE
the first national bird sanctuaryon ATTtrrLAVAHCHN DofMdaai.NOTICE COMPANY, a Mrporallor). a.d Ik.lr IDA. THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN l>.'*.......
success good on all species of Pelican Island. This marshy A. SMUIONSEi TO DEPEND ........ *_..., ... ., tow. ... AND POP SUWANNEK COINfY' IN TH. ''''II. AND Rf THR AlrTMlV.
game throughout the region. Bag Offkita. Ctork. IN THR NAME OP .....*, 5....-. ........ **.MMr., IN CHANCFRY Kin HP THR SEATS OP rN'MII.A.
checks show an abundance of island situated In the Indian ..... THE STATE OP FLORIDA noroaaora In ,...... ., ...., par K. C RTARIINi< River offers refute to huge rookeries I TO i Eark of Ik. i.II....... namod D* MM. or partto rlabnlni kf, IDA wif., wiumroN. rumiDAi
quail and squirrels. IN". THa COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT ,...... .._. .drwo -....., ,...... ..... .. S..1..' ,..*, STARUNil.. .A ...n Rill af mptoml k*.m. I
classed animals of brown pelicans. I IN AND FOol SUWANNEB sod PMMM ara *......, IwwrliItorotky sod ik* ..h._ .__ ., MAT. .I.'If'/ .. .. fitod In Ills. l arl aaalnM yon Ik* I
Hogs are as game FLORIDA IN l.ws4 J.1.so PsorIM J.hso THEW MATHEW, .)** iMwa .. JONN"P Nltof ikM. .... ....... kola. 01'._., Ton
on two management area*. IN BKl. "...... ftMATTIB COU/ll'Y'j M Wart*, t.to*ton Wkll: MATTHEW MAVHIIK. flUNK STINRON, tt aL ara .....1..4 lo ...... MM (VmpUlol

C.mn Blindinc reported 22 killed Hani) SI.la"h I B. PL.A.-u If .!!". ... at ...... oark of tkoto mm- MAVHKW .... I.. ... .. FRANK NOTICEMTo'r kPEND an M kf ra Ik* Ilik 4.p.5 t1 .....
/**.. ap.a..a. .iNN dottoooa, to*.* MAVIIIIR. koln .on of Ik* flr.l THe l> 1111. f rntokl*. I. W Ilium" J.
and Gulf Hammock t reported ITS Present day connoisseurs of alcoholic NOTICE TO CREDITOBS tor*. *rdllr*. n.....or.. Mil*** soldRAISE .MAYHRW, Jonrpll "STATE OP llnRIDA Ins. W1 .00. Jr.. LIv. SIN PlorM*. ptom.
killed An rradttor. of ,... Mlat* *f H..." aad all poraoa* *r partto rtolnihtf kr MAVNRW, .1.| ..... .. JOMPfll 01 JOHN.14' P. STINmiN and WIIIJAM 1 :* AiiwraM, n Mpy Ik.roof. .|M
beverages would have coveted .. r11t. -...4. aw ....... SNHI.d of acalnat Ikom andto MAVIIUB, EVA MAYHKW (HA*. K, wkM pl.r.. of 11.14.ra Bra > ,.. Prn C.nfMM ..HM *nlradTk
Estimated harvest of deer and a 16th century Invitationfrom sod -.h.d1la ... ...... or ..- oo.r--:: : k.rln. aay .tomt M P15..5.. know. .. rVA. MAYNI'K' !: anknowni HUNTER JAMrS MONnIOMray NNw1.M1N15..r;
for each wildlife .-ad* wklrk Ikoy na*. M.M .t MMMUI sap taloraai M In* .toad* koraln .dMYn CLASrERC iiirroRit MAYHEW .1.N lad kla .hnkMwn J.r-.: mil ..., ..4 .1.1 I .5 IA4.
of to
turkey management Henry VHI England ta Ik* offta-J IM *M>nlf Jdo r/ ; &$ ilw l..wn ..5l'IJIPIIND c. plso..5 N.1. 1 C5,4 ., ..... 15.5. S ('...,.
area 1i as follows: Audi la. join him at his temporary palace of aMnM C.. FWM ta IM and *.... of yn ... ......., MATHIIR MARION. .ir; kMiarif.haMS THE IIFCI'TIYiVMMITTFs / tin.... M .1. .... Illb 4.p ., H.
**.nkM LI 'ct;. ktlftod Ikal .. ..IIOfT. and MIIHRMl MAY op MI II IUN|| or .5m/.r. A. D 1141
12 deer aid IS at ** PlorM wdktoIk a call ta .11, ka> koonkroofkl I THR
turkey; Camp at Guinea France. Outside the .. wl_., m.si1. f_ 11. 411 eI ......, yon kf krtoMoo Tl*.., HEW. sloe know* a* MIIIIRi.ilMAVHURi TIIFRN. PREiRTTERIAN CHI'Nf II sot'' U'Uun"" A. sSutoNi
Blanding. 71 deer and 12 turkey: 12000 square yard edifice spiced tins pakhoaltao. ) of ,.... _.... Bork ta IM CtrrnH Conrl ., Ik* Tklrd ,...- : Mrh of .* ptor*. of U. m. 4 III MARIETTA "'"- S. .5 t'lnull. Cnnrl
Gulf ..1./w, so dwsd .... 1. 1 ."Uo. oi.1 C4rrall of rt-..... ta and fMI 5t.Maw "........ aad m.llln iddrMM.ra STREET: ATLANTA. fI 11:11: IIfII*. and ISEAIi
Hammock. S3 deer and 20 wine claret and water spouted sod mo>t ..... tko ptor of ...- p.y5, r1.rld6 sd p. Inhw.Ir nnknown, and .11 poraoni rtoim.' 11.1., "'. *.SIN naknnwn ....., If "ri I ItlU.. ....,.... D. C
turkey: fA eola. SO deer and S from a gilt fountain. sod pMt<.""'"). add.... of Ik* ...,..., ... 415..1 s 1.N1 .d .0rlr Inc Bay Ml.lo rtoki ml* M Ini.r. llrlni and If dMd, Ik.lr soh... k.lraal 11.11
I and mo.1 M ...A to kf tk* rtolmo.l.' .4 fll* ,.., wriiiMi ...- 0P ... Ml .. w IMn npM. in* PM| prop law, dortooM, tofiloM.: traaioM.radllor --- '-
turkey: Ftelnhatchee. IS deer and kto or kM nttornof, a* M will ,w5 .. IM C. nplnlnl ".. konraM.I orly rln .. or p part *. ..--*. *..Ns.5 Ir**. INVITATION TO BID
30 turkey; Lake Butler, 4S deer Pone de Leon discovered FlorIda kirrm* *oM so .wl.r to .tow. rn to sold MM> In tko orfir Ikrroof ::... M alkor MrMa .P prlr1151.. >Nuts> R to ....... (I... m.i n. sup
NoMmkor I. INS. :: Ik* Clork of Ik* C1r;all CaMrt, I a DFFENUANTa. OREETINORt: Iknnik, nndra or a,ala.l thaw warll of Ik. I'llr of llak. rtorhta.
and 10 turkey: 1< . / ntmlHnilM_ ,I. 50.5..5 III IJw 00. r1..Ya.OS -... .. -... ..... .... .......- ..--... M ...'100 1.olsa ... ...15,1..E1111 \.. u.- .... .. ... .. _. _LLL .. all..
. e/II. J. KIRRT .nnr.re. or kofM* IM ink df fl Noromkor. I ta Iko ClranTl fonrt for Sow.nnM CM*. or. rnloml In and I* IM- ;,"*;.*, id."I..r.ohw1ilap:;;; ; : fm
.5..541..N If, PtorMn. ......... ...., .Irln ,.ratokln. Ik. '..II....
nod a....,_ of Ik* A D. IIM and am n oopf oa.to.l all p.r.oo>* ..tolmlB4aaf *nd .. In .*. ..
Puw of Haunt E. Pits ..,.. or dofMM npon Wm Randall ..'.'*, ....,. into, ...._1 i In, or wnaM Canolf. ,......*. I* Two Hi nw III f_. door ......
.......... StofklM Altomoy for PtokMlff. IIRo Moa op**, Ik* follow!** doMrlkrd r.lrkoorty Tk. SanikM.I g...".. "11514/ ., to. M ..... .. ".1... ..... Im. 111
TECI400 III. U O... PtorM*. M : ko. I .Ho.1* ta ....*** C_..", p...11.. II T....... | Jonik. .J.h'l. '"., **. *.*. ,. 1.
for ... Fbmd. *. lowltiRo.MBta ...... II b... .
I IPO MM M ranlr4 kf Ik. toot IradMX ...... I* .'.'. art dlff.r.MO .
tt THE CIRCUIT COURT or TME of IM Slot of PlorM 1r... f.ll to on WM .'010 ., PWIhMt YM sod sock *f r- art .., t<*... ... utMiftoiiM. ,. .,4
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP .. o*. 5 dMfM no* OMfM*. will k* M I II, .T .. I pull 'Ranio II ..nHf aollftod SIN. :. r STANlINO I .1...J iss.ill"sr. met *.. ....'.....
f LOP.ID AND FOR SUWANMEE lorod ..'.... PM for Ik. raltof ..*..... IM til fo: >| North .1 Iko Sooth.WMI sod kta. ."*. IDA sr4IIINn. fitod tkol fl C1.r1'. .5(515 CMkIM.
:1"t od ta MM I wow of MM .worn Complalal to .... : .ko.k
C IN CHAMCIRVDIVORCE oamplatatTk portion sad tIMeS CM>. iMtiftod sr kM kMd m ik
nun *a RIVJ11f fittest.VEGETABLE wan of MM mil I* to MUkN.kMl ....I.. Nortk o* portm* ,lln. to of SnwanaM ....!,, Chords ......, OOM..WI, af MI ...* 11.. It of kM*
to to IM ,...... I >Nosh..1.> .., ,.. and .... of .. ...,
RLuAJfBl9( 3i. MINNIE a. Moaais.a. doMMkod toad tala of SonikoMlnnirMf r a* 4.........| M S1iw10 .. bid M INN
N F11.af. Ptomlnf. ,. **M into. and to ... .5.*M korllon, Ihonr* ,.., M.kln/ lo ..... t". ''' ., Ik. plow. d.NY.p 1. spNlfrS
moo* .ton*. ,....,-. .. MI fortk taMM I on orator SWiton. II.. Ik olr of Iff. to 11. sloes 0.Nb.d PM| prorl. 71.Wr
JERRT .n.'IL -....... .)*.. ... -,.... r*. -,... II. ikon*. Soalk pn _.., loMlod M S N..w I'Malf, PlorMa. d N.svP. '" ',"' M SsleS
L -f....... M> aoron* from oorlta Sap rUki, ........ hox II* ... ,...* WM TM ar* ,....... kr.kf _It.... ,.., S. 511Y1 wIr1
TOt. Jorrf a.'MMrtrwkoM .. know .... bar 151. .toto, of .:.. ta orto lo .**rlor ...,.. llnr sIC ,....... l1..folarn d.r of ikl. NMk.. To IMon4 lit.. tsso! .lI of
..._ 1. n. 5x.4. >O.5i.* MM land*, and ...*., MI *f paroolIf I Hwnih *ton* **.. Tes ....... N CIoS 11.1 Ib.11.f. sod ,- -S1.1 .5 N. IM. /.5. ,..... WMI M ...., ., M MM ....* aM. a ..,.* of r....r 40 VENNAR HeNTIP
platal for a drvoro koa ... fftod S In 5.r... .......... 1 plw.5 N .5. .It In 11.5 .-1. on WM koandarf KMof ...*LkWI.1. If apon AIRtH' 11I:11.: '''' A TTMTNAnVEY, "....."*
./.d Cworl nod M MIN ol tow to ...... poMOMtooof ;.( II. ad :ta kwitoo II : "11,. for pnn.iifr.. ./
D2 M .... of fon am onlro4ta ..... into to Ik* f..-... doorrlkod OM II | TowMklp S ...... So.e* II Ra.l, BM. *4rM: : to r, O. RM .. 11. |MKM W. PRIRY
to Ik 5* Irrp oomptotal w w..5* i1. PtomnfTi. = IrloD and kHo. .. 4..- I MwlMlo aM.... mor* or .to..,. .. .. aid ....dll.lf. ,..._.., flto ..... I Hf .lashINYIfAlioc.
STORAGE HINTS lkLuse ll t Attorn**, Wm. .. .T f .. : I PlorMn. to-o-M i 4M nra Mel rlro4 I* fll* wHk ,k* .,41.5.5sow.M11..51..511.
kwr. P nBM |.'W t. S. S, T. S, 1I.. and IM loS of oM Conrl yoof wHtion 511 c.lark of Ik. (""" ,, fawn ft IM .Mr*
.:1.. a.: Oak. FtorWo, **d flta la* II. Btoik II. Tow. of ....,.... -- 0M.N. *......., or MIN : rtod Mrli" *ikrwiM n D-.ra* pra TO BID
n.... 1 offlM of Ik* Ctork of Ik* I Tko MOM ..eM Cowrl ta ...*. .... tan ta sold pe..wdl*(. M .... .... Mf..M wn) IM Mi.rod at.ia.i pN. 11.1..1.: : Pf.O..a4) l .1' .. roMtrod kf
Cowrv M o* kofora Ik* I Ilk d.r ..H ... koM lootMvtod M IM Clranrl M M kofM* IM Ilk ole, of 11 1004'1 loc,... and (1101510 ...... mil .I.l,. ; nMii of IM w
.5D..1..A.0.1Na.Mp.osoNw. C.., of IM TIM J4total GtoraM of 1*11. .4 .......,- a.so. 5wp ... .... Ik* Ml I 01 tk* fir. ..* rMr PM P-jW.ll in.. rtl. rf.ltF..,| t..1
raali.l IM MOM. wlkorwtoo anVwattaw "...... I* n4 lor PWMM.. Cooolr. IM ptomiMT. .n...,, L Artk.r la.,. of Iko T..... "......., rtmall. ., pUrtoX. .. .k FJIWMmlor: IA. / .', 51
rwJM1IQPIIOIW .. of IM Mmptotal ... k* ales M .--... .... ... *kkraMi.d INto. l* onr. .. Jr. P. o. Bo. d.S '.* (.., ,.... Ik* |.l 4.f ft *..*.., III ..... _Iwio kid* win k* .p..4 5d psi'
,_ as .t.F 9i '1 FDR ylSRR01Wl .4.4 D... .04 M'sM11d*""" 1 u... .... sold MOM Ml 5 CkrtoHwn tip.., PlaLXftt .,."...... -.... a* Ik* .$.., ,..... lAVAIWHM A irialoNS /1. '.,..4.'... ,.......5.. .M"......
b p ItIfj I a ilapnltoq MwW Sib Me .. N.v.iw(1.1. A", D lamer Jkoon, *4 al tooroao**". IMto. or tatoTMi ta, M .hM ._. IM f<.tork of ... CrrroM ToonSEALl I.... ,Ie.. ** *".'"'' '*. ':"" ofAppTMkwaMlp
WHOM hood 5.-sb.5s1. .... '. .
1/H. mf Clroll I I.M. .lk.4 proporlf )b.H k.ow. *_..., PlorMnf
fwnrl *ad konl of MM CNN Norwta fall ..5.e ..4 O>MI ..t || 44 _.....
.1 P1rt tavapess a. saulOM1 |J*. flak, ........ Cwnolf. ,...... c* ....... kf *.,.*... ./ MHlnn **4 r4I. I..h ., .... ......." '.....
;;; : AA 1ClIl Kr of Iaw.Y to.. ,.... Ilih day of Orion... A. D .till.I WHOM ., ...J..... M| MMMor4 ('hob ... """.?5 Ni. .... .... ..".
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WGeG LOllING OUT i/E. 0 .


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KRBtS! _

Of ,
Our Completely

k Re-Modeled And

1 Enlarged



I Commemorating the 25th anniversary of our business, we are moving back from our warehouse and re-opening our completely remodeled and enlarged store with
the greatest sale we have ever offered the people of this area.. We are ROLLING OUT THE RED CARPET as we cordially invite each of you to participate in this
great event. We are well stocked with our regular G.E. Appliance and TV Line plus many new items and special purchases for the hritmas Season.
The Grand Opening phase of our sale will be 3 days Friday, Nov. 26, Saturday, Nov. 27 and Monday, Nov. 29th. The 25th Anniversary Sell-a.Bration will
continue until Christmas.

Free Door Prizes Free balloons for the kidsFree refreshments Friday and Saturday plenty of Free parking on our

newly paved parking lot.:

Door prizes will be: Grand.prize G.E. Porta-Color TV; 2nd Prize G.E. Electric Carving Knife; 3rd Prize G.E. HairDryer

; 4th Prize G.E. Electric Tooth Brush; and 5th Prize G.E. Child's Phonograph.

j You will register for our free prizes but no purchase will be required register every time you come into the store. The 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th prizes will be
given at a drawing to be held at 5:00 P.M., Monday, Nov. 29th. You do not have to be present to win. The GRAND PRIZE the COLOR TV will
be given at.a drawing to be held at 5:00 P.M., Dec. 24th. Again, you do not have to be present to win. Both drawings will be held at our store.

WHISTLING I'tI Big Screen Portable TV
4 CUP .. ,
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} R t _11'_ I "83" Integratedtuning
ayatem featuring the
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1 YOU O0 j > tuner.Front .
PAY .. MI. _ _w
controls and front r
ONLY SAVI.... \ 1I I J Bound to u.-.eay. muy to to.i hear.Complete ..eaay _ t _ y

II with matching Gh
A lovely decorated china roll-around, stand In eetm> ''
""Brewmasler"a full nickel finish with walnut fin- '
Four cup capacity. Bolls lulled handle and trim. ,
I I water In just 3 minutes 'I f Attractive highImpactpolyatyrene ,
j for coffee tea etc. Not cabinet. t ""r
only attractive but
I very
practical.They Whittle make when Model PAM 401 own ONLY $$159.95 nter-no system \
ready. very
holds lint <
wonderful gifts. Includes Sta.d' ..lnI-..... for "

f %.. .___ wash dellcat.by.(hand you now /
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lead MlKUOM
; Super Giant horn The Home Of The World's Finest TVI'! Three wash cycles
\ POLY PLASTIC Three water ,
, t, WASTEBASKET General Electric Lo-Doy Ty ten per itMiaiUnbalanced
e Set.And.FoqetVoIumeConhol..No lead central
need to reset volume level each time act SaMy M yc+WctiCMMrvtl
oo i' is turned on.
, O fiCII nUll Built-in Cabinet Antenna for VHPSensitive -
qU "III Loop Antenna for UHF
4_ AAT ,v. Reception!IA
Front Control and Front Sound...
wade all-
quality pur
4 pose barker that can not Ea v to See...Easy to U.....Buy
break, scratch or tort, to Hear! FREE
Washable Sanitary hi iNOJUDINOi( U.STCAMBMNWei
{ S pretty colors. Fine for Mall tomoo $229 95 I FREt STEAM WON) .
kitchen,nursery or bath. you this
.1 For shop' or office. Can Gt SleeM lr r\
be used as abaakN.hamper or *
laundry Come ''n Space will not permit us to list any more items. COME and see for '
afar yours and,!!!!! yourself the many values we have selected for your approval. -

,Y Also, we have neither the space nor the words to express our appreciation -
to you for allowing us to serve your needs for the products
/ we have sold during the past quarter of a century. It has truly been a pleasant task; and, we think the fact that you
have allowed us to be around for this long, gives us the right and the duty to use and live.up to our motto -,.,

"SERVICE is our most important PRODUCT"KIRBY'S



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Attractive colored ahmlnum trays with pretty plaid
bean bag Set consists of a Jumbo aid o0
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pay and 4 A really great valve M I SOME FURNITURE
much for so Unit. Swell (for home or office and for All
,ire. Come In today for yawl W. Howard St. LIVE OAK, FLORIDA Phone 36Z2S78



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