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 Material Information
Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: December 30, 1965
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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 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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ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30, 196S VOL, 81, NO. 33





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Inventory time I Part Of AW $400,000 Addition To Pine:View, School h Seen'' In Center RocArrouruIPht 760 Students In Grades 9 Thru ]12

Year's end to normally the time > ., ,
many business men utilise to take -, IW,
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Inventory to determine what Is t .,' Move Into More Modern QuartersSevenhundred

needed to begin a new year and
and sixty Suwannee High School tu-
in many cases to see how the past
year should be classified dents will move into newer ant) better equipped quartersAt

This familiar scene to being Pine View School Monday when they return to studies

enacted In many Suwannee County from Christmas holidays

establishments this week and Grades 9 thru 12 will move into the portion of the
most. I believe will find that IMS school used previously by rlrmrntary -

was good from the business. stand- grades 4 thru 8. and will also Suwannrt led at

point. Moat also agree that JlI'OIIpeet.l occupy for the first time a $400( .. downtown complex Th propoM>4 I
for )|;M8 are brighter and a. 000 addition to the Pine View ".11 million county school bond I.
better than ha been true for a u- building Issue rails for J' additional classrooms '

number of year The new construction: Includes at the site.. a gym auditorium I'
a biology and chemistry lab a rl. and enlargement of the
Just as merchants and other culture shop home economies dopartment. cafeteria

business people take stock to set i business room two In- Sealer lute T* Mere
where they stand It might be well dustrlal art shops and boys and Orades 1 and I. which now occupy .
p.uaeclin ._ ,, girl locker and dressing fsclllUea -
If we a* a community - the top level of the Junior
the hustle and bustle of prosper < by Dan SUIner) High School building will be
ous time to take stock of community Additions Planned moved to Pint Vise when the
assets and needs Th It classrooms In Tin View

It appear that IMS was one of 'Development Authority Act Futch, Frn/ey Hare Forest Ranger School: previously used by elementary planned completed additional according constructionIs to Buwan
students and now to bused *
those yean when civic achievements -
nee High School Principal John
were brought about by a Realtor' To Top Decoration for the high school: art Johnson, Th: bond .Issue and additional I
Jlired Appraise PropcrtjAt Cites \Work In actually two lea classrooms than
handful of dedicated; citizens and M.... Frank Patch Rr. aad construction were recommend .
that for the most part we hart a Robert ... Prater wee the tp ,d by the County School

community of "reapera" rattier Planned County Attraction Site ... averaO CkrUlmaa dre rs- Fire FightingC 235 ( Have Board Advisory Committee earlier
than builder. ..... award, prtstnteA kr the Hogs this yearPin .
There to of course no way for Paul A. Byrd Lht Oak realtor wan assigned by the r
Li v. Oak Garden flab at a n- O Howell county rangier View, now fluwanntt High :
us to drop the benefits one receive Suwannee County Development Authority Monday nightto silt af deckasaa ky tare *.l. with tht Florida Forest BrrvlM Been ConsignedFor School la 01"1' W-acrt county '

from a community on the make a detailed appraisal of property included In the f-towa judgra lat Taesdsynight. told the Buwannet County, Jay owned site In the southwest sec-

basis of contribution for were proposed 700-acr county recreation area near Suwannee ores Tuesday that Forest Service Duroc lion of Use Oak Th Board of
SaleA
that possible. I am afraid many snrinira.A ...... Ed Butler, awards rhalrBMN. employees were wholly or partially County Commissioner have
theblues .
of. would IM crying -
- our citlgen. the--- t (Buddy) Nott. chairmen said thai Mrs Patch badtho I reaponslblt for saving an estimated total of 23'retistered Duran agreed to grade part of the open
than reaping
rather of the development authority said mast ....IIM overall deerattons *- 1119.IDS In property title field vest of the school buildingfor
of better times and Is StabbedIn hog have been consigned by
barest that Bjrrdt appraisal would be Negro at Ml .. Obit. Are, and year In their pre suppression duties use as an athlctu field, John
growth despite. seeming apathy breeders for the sale at the Bouth
turned to the Board of County Prater use the .... arigtaalveraJtl son ..t-
on the part of most resident here. Commissioner over for reference In Fracas I Here award at his k**** *n Howtll said that it fires had Oak eastern January Dump 10 Congress according In Uv 10 saidOprn If*.at Planned t i;

acquiring the property for the Rely Mrttt. In 1"-' ''. been worked by the local unit during Students face semester examination
Thus I hope that many of our county Other award went to Mr. IMS. but added that other duties County Agent Paul Crews."TAIi the week of January 90. \
will make
participationIn
business and professional people Last week a delegation of 8uwannet Christmas Eve Y B. (Classy) Seven. Mar of the Forest Brrvlca Include the sal one pf the biggest In according to Johnson and after
win add page to their inventory County citizens obtained Real fv the moat beautiful. assisting property owners In flee the new semester begin. an open
pad. dlvtd d Into two columns On a S1S.DOO allocation from theFlorida QUbert Bryant colored af Live Meet. Mr. J. L. M,Mu>., S.war. .. i prevention and In educating the Crews the history laid this of week the. Congress house to planned for Ih pebble at I.
one aide i hope they will be honest Outdoor Recreation Plan- Oak. was stabbed severely In a ... Are. beat deeorateddor public to fir dangers. 2. the nw fluwannc High locationEnglish
ands list that they.have done to miry Commute In Tallahasseefor Christmas Eve fracas at a room. | lid Mrs Jack Met t, Coteolal lie estimated that between "00 Piny boar. 100 open gilt barrowi. will b* taught In room
bred and about 40
make this a better place In which! property acquisition. at the mg house In West U'e Oak late CK. easel beaotlfal. window and BOO mile of fire lines had gilts I 14 thru II In the north wing of
to live educate and rear children, ,,&e. Th money was earmarked Friday night, according to the been plowed In Suwann County make up led approximate current the classroom building. Johnson
number of hoc to b* entered forth
and enjoy life On the other side for Buwannee County after the county sheriff department Pterlda Pw.r sad Light To.fwmkhtd during 1161. Fir lines lit a major auction. Duroe breeder from I said Math will b* taught In
should be listed the benefits and committee heard proposals on d.- Charged la Lire Oak Negro IU arts. In sashMager defense against forest flrei" the* South and all vr the Nation rooms0 thru |.l. also In the
blesalnga they enjoyed' made poe vctoptn (the area.Longrange Jess C. William. 31. who allegedly Mn Filet sad PraVy Eleven: full-Unit employees and north wing
.preted to attend the event.
slbte during the year by a tbI'tY.1nC the fled th seen* of the stabbing . three Heialtturhood Youth Corps arc I thru
pUnc\ for it a.H| tho $W. .. abe to .b* held ar the County Agrlcut In thc south wfrwr. room
community. r U project envision the area but was arrested by UM nor veraB .*leg.ryIndicatory. worker eel employed by the Forest I. total ColUeum, I will house social studies classRoom .
Many of us win find hat the M major tourist attraction, with Ida Subway Patrol about 130: Service In Buwtnne County ... I will be ud for Dtvrslfld .
A 'Judging contest, ladle program
Input has far eseoaded the output the SuwaiuM Rivers htotoryplaying am. Saturday on VM. M near Of this. tear'* 1ST000 budgt. Cooperative' Training

In this matter of community en* a key part In Its prose Lake aty U* ear returned to Show county funds totaled only 17840, sale are and torn breakfast of the, banquet main *vnteslated and iDCT), room I for drivers tdu.cation .

dravor ion. Suwaane County and charged Howell Mid during the two-day affairMonday and 1 thru 9 will house
Honeymoon collages campsite with attempt to commit a felony The speaker was Introduced 'b, and Tuesday of UHf wc4, science cloves.
While each of us no doubt will water sports faculties and histortoal Deputy J. Marvin Phillip Jr. 1965 EconomyOn Jaycee President Homer RaUlff ..101111IOI.Id that an night
week .
ond In JanuaryIt
come up with different needs for I eihlbiU art some of the said that William and his ear i to the second' Congrts held class**. previously taught down
the community. I feel moat agree possible features that have been were Identified by witnesses to th ThtIMI town will also be moved to Pine
Live Oak In four
In
that schools must be placed rear I named. stabbing. which reportedly occur Bright Side County Itccchcs years alasheld View.
Duroe Congress was
the top on any bit that la sincere. Several! weeks ago the Board of red about I am Williams was released Geodes 4.' ItowntownBlith
acclaimed a*
I feel that unless and until we County Commissioners voted to from custody Monday afUr Florida economy la roundingout here and was breeders''I grade aludento. formerlyat
solve school needs In this county, 1 begin acquiring property at lb.designated posting IIAOO bond INS on th bright side, th Lunchroom Funds very ,uecMaful: by the Pin Vl.w, win now attend

an else done for growth and development area. The tract to bordere4 Bryant warn taken' to BuwtnneeCounty Plorlda But' Chamber of Com; group t class** in th old armory tieepl
win not reach Its 'potential. by the Suwannee River at Hospital Immediately af mere stated In th final Issue of'' From State for 4th grad science which meet* I

the north. U$. 12* on the east Ur ha received th single tab the year. of Its Weekly Butnes AWi/mif/mi/ / Taken in the kitchen of the former
That good schools are a must the Atlantic Cent Una Railroad wound In th upper abdomen according Review last week Buwannr County school home economic building I
no longer to disputed In modern an the west and a state stage to Phillip lie was later -A year-end check *f the prlnclpal board received 1471 last week a* for Man Of YearNwnutsltetts Th first floor *f the Junior

and growing communities coach road on the south.new lam( HTABBCD. Pag II Indicator shows that the Its share of lunchroom salary fee Man af tht High, Behool building will b* M-
Thus It la hoped that during majority art fsvorsbht Gains supplement for December **,. Test In ......_ ('ousty fee Mpte4! bt grad 4 (laast*.
1'M Bowannet County will fact should carry well over Into I.... cording to State ComptrollerFred INS ar. net bring r.*tlvd, rUth grad claws will meet In
up to Its school problem and salve AW Sure About Running a year which promises a continuation O. Dickinson Dnnorral Publisher. lAMIa. C. tile former horn economies awn .

UM leant In a way that will person of solid growth. tht state Dickinson reported distribution Wa4,wrtb. eke *.rvManilte I' room, lie former acrtoullur
the county to take IU destined Sen. Houston Roberts' Term Cut By chamber. said of III!IM4 In publkllC'hooIlunrh. r..I'.1I ., 'M ......... e... department former Industrial
phew assay the leading counties Although annual total for room salary supplements to county sell Mr Ibis .... art department and two classes!
m this area of Florida and not IMS art not yet In. enough data school boards In December, W...w.rlb said that writtenMCMlnaliMM on Ih* Junior high building first
continue to hover near th bottom U.S. Court Apportionment Ruling art available to Indicate trend Th distribution to the counties .,,* pr *.rrd and bmr.
In school fat4! ** levels! These show personal In. based on a formula devised by should w. met In detail a.. ..... The admtnUtialion offlc. **.
StaUf Senator Houston Roberti of Live Oak. who was com of floe duns running 0 percent the Lrglslalur was Ih second MNitrtktltMM trade by Iht nominated teacher,' lounge. ski..room and
The buttdmg of MO 1ftbil denied the remaining portion of his four-year term rained ahead of IMI. and sale tat allocation of state fund for .MI.1..1.T. I. library( of the mnlary l school
county from whert It now end la In the J964 senatorial election b f a US. District Court collections 10 per cent ahead lunchroom salaries sine the new .... fnsseel/.lied 1 f. the will be In Ih old armory, John
Columbia County to Highway M reapportionment reading last week, acid that his plan are !Kale of farm product are I par law of the IMS Lnlslalure hones wne.* tee a.l-.lteii. I IhMrd. son said
west of Live Oak between ZXctert "not definite" aa to whether to ran for reelection I In the cent ever 1.... The Initial .t.te..1M OMrlbii Thewill MM| In .UteJanasry Junior Hiih student wilt b nttil .
and Falmouth. will solve a number -_ flr ftbrasry fee from th of owe classrooms
seren-coumy district Bank drbtte. long considered lion last month. Dickinson said, *r ** f use
of economic problems In the Senator Robetts would face vUionafif approved br the court the brat singte Indicator of busln totaled $141007.Pupstlss IhHr sisal rmsetleg. *av4 siIhsl In th b*_mnl of tee junior
county tutnbmto L. P. iPetel Gibson In-I will Hand until taw 11 LefUla.turt \ "' activity, art up t per cent In *. Count received Mow will fnl*>r HoW... high building which had "bean
Location and eonstrwcUon of Taylor County and O T ,ir) often a plan more Hotly tee state It.. rrMns., rf .1) Ileac fee IMI .iMd br UM. high scrMrnl

this nmltod access highway M' Melton of Columbia County adhering to a population basic for "On of th surest bsrometer
this county win set a pattern of Brnator and Melton both I reprrtentation.Th of the stete9 economic: health .lethe
growth' In this city Until It Is elected la Otbubrl IM2. faced campaign I court dlsaOowtd a provtM "ul l of employment! of wage //<>"/>//'"/ Party >rrnr> I

built we and can restaurant not spot for IDOdnnmoc.it these la IM4 heron the surprise court Ion for senator In dMrict vn. and salary worker By October .._ _, ..-... 4 ---. ...r, __ .
Jr..f this
th employment
dectelon. '1N411ndn' the IHS plan to serve *
actbtie In rVrlda are now bring
located just off Interstate Interchange The ruling cut short the termaof the remainder of a 'ou'."," term stood *t IMI a peak of 144. up from. i
111 to Manufacturing
run Florid mater who were I begun In IM4 Under the prorU- rmpioyoumt
and there la reason to beBtvt -
shared this lain in aneight
carted tn IMI for four.yeartenna. I Ion Jtobrrt would have *rrt 'dBuwanntt
that completion of this "
ef
point advance In ......
nose of 1.1. win bring such facttrU ousting them from their County tn th JM1Benst a.
.* to our county ..lain the IMI Senate. *.
Brnator Robert said thai hsa
Soil (Conservation:
There are also many here who had lot of tneourwietnent.vpweteity I )
share my belief that thto countyshould from peopto In counties '

again team se the jurtUon wtt of $weannae"o who would i iViin>cryTo Grow
of legal I, UVssl sale of Uk: to .... somnn elected from *
Dquoe tn this county That H to central location In the district
sold n this county to freely admitted Th rte dMrict provtetonaayapprwwd Stmamicc Oaks
and Bill U bring doer bylaw br tht federal court'
enforcement agencies to stop ruing wnUI th* HI aaaston. ends.tnrlsMW 0uann Cuun'y samples tfchinquapin
the racket. Cohoabia. .....nnt'I.' .... hicn product
One heart how difficult It to to HsJnfiton. Lafsyrtte Madison an edible nut s1 a member of th
stop salt or gi evidence of pgrC'haara Taylor, and Jrftema Cow t ea' osk family, wU b* grown In the j

Tbat to an. to psWf-act. -Serving srv.n'counUes wM b* Boll CoMr bon BrrW nut
jft** TNL 1UO, rag n a big Jcr. aVnslor Roberto aald. **ry .l Aowriru O*.
i iI 1 know that from *y evprrimr John lUmptan, .kind BoU Cvstrvaaoa :.
I .
Democrat Will door to stewing thre coualte Arrrto tecRnlcian. sU
I Roberto, wt own'" Robert ted that M atrub ar to be tu4
New Year* Ere hardware and AppBanct In Llvt and shipped r,it wn to Assert. {I

Th. *.... wW D'-petal 'II Oak. to a Mane" kn th Lftuta* I cut teas Llv Oak Thor oak to ,
..... rrW&". DM. n. fcc tart R* rvpre*, ted a rMtCoonty I' abundant in Buwaafwe County I ,
taut and tn the ares around M AlpM :I r
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The ....patty via be .or. btiort *tecUoa to the Senate I.[ SWIM to *,.ate It* bM ,...\11.t l 3M+.lee..g tile ......... AslSey ..,. Irrle .1 reset beN ks |s. ,U.kf II Ifc* ....--

for ....... a. I:M a as. .* from Bvwsnnet. 'RajnQton. and fl atudtte. win bt awkte to >. _, Nareal Zia .emin tl fat haell.i .....-... sad ......... Al UM p..... heel si toft to ""
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PACE TWO SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1965

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'0, Suwannee County, Florida



Re-Elect Dovle ConnerDoyle 3 Front, )0' 1915-19'10-1955


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Conner, Florida's 37-year-old efforts to eradicate hog cholera in Florida, s 61Doyle E. /, .; ,

commissioner of agriculture, announcedthis Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratoriesplay ConnerWe've Taken From The Filet Of -

month that he would seek reelectionto an important part in the fight againstthese

a third term In the state cabinet post. plagues. We are fortunate to have all got our personal New THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT
Year' resolutions to make, andI I I
The Democrat endorses Conner's can-
one of the six laboratories in the state mine. But I ,
didacy for two primary reasons. He has won't bore you with
opened here recently. I'd like to suggest a few that ether 1915 Judge Adams ruled that the''' curve. _
effective leadership in gearing _
shown
Also in Suwannee County, Conner approved might try on for size: M. most expeditious and effective
Florida governmept to work for the better- One of the most interesting was Mrs Winston Rogers .
$25,000 from the Department to For A Better UnderstandingFlorlda'i way to get at the facts ere.
ment of agri-business in the state and he match a similar amount from the county farmers should resolve places Jn Suwannee County 'to to open the ballot boxes and ex- talned at four tables of bride it

has shown interest in Suwannee County's government for financing of the ConFlet- to make 1966 their year of visit is the Suwannee Model Dalr amine and count the ballots as her home on 11th Ave, Thur:;';.a>
mile north of Live Oak
development as an agriculturally important greatest strides In product, im Farm one the highest and best evidence and afternoon for members of ,er
Worth Building, a show ring and cattle which is stocked with about T 5
section of Florida.In provement in order to earn greater thereby determine the Issues club and guests. Christmas o>co.
barn which part of our fine Agricul- Jersey cows. The cows are nour-
are and the rations were accented with _
acceptance.
the state as a whole Conner has consumer raised by the petition i: ::>
tural Coliseum complex. ished on feed grown on the farm. and red gladioli.
Our state's citizens partlcu. answer thereto" Present re
been active in protection of the consumerof the
The division of marketing, one of nine larly those living in urban areas,, Good green feed is kept In Mesdames J. W. Hawthorne, JohnS
agricultural products while successfully should learn to appreciate the concrete silo the better part of Flood. C. P. Helfenstcln. Thom.
Madison
divisions of the Agriculture Department! Mrs J. B Brinson of
the and in the a
urging and aiding improvements in production has increased sales of Florida agricultural stake they 'share mutually with fine winter pasture of rye, serves summer well, received cuts on her face and as H, Radford, Alfred T Air:,
and marketing farmers. In farmers' success. Forrest Bradbury George
skidded AlrthR.
head Friday when her car
in northern
The Department of Agriculture's inspection products through promotion For A More Equitable Tax Climate Electric lights and machinery: on U, 8. 90 West, near Futch L. Brlnkman H. H. Halt n+
with Florida
markets' and participation were recently installed for convenience -
,
activities were consolidated un Urban citizens should study I Produce Co., and overturned on a (See IT HAPPENED. Pace J'
SunFLAvor and cleanliness.
producers in utilizing the new the which
to eliminate duplication of long-range effects ?
der
Conner, trademark for their commodities.This would be felt If farmland were As sideline, the managers of -
work and increase efficiency. The Department's recently
the Model Dairy Farm
and Florida whole are taxed Into oblivion and should
division of animal husbandry successfully area as share their understanding of undertook to raise hogs. The OMINOUS SHADOW
outbreak of fortunate to have Doyle Conner workingfor new of about 8S
)) combatted an screw- the situation with their county have produced a herd '

worms in June, 1961, and is still)) active in us assessors. head displaying a flood many .

And Florida farmers should pigs which show marked Improve-
About resolve to avoid land speculation ment over the common Florida
hog. These fine pigs are the re-
themselves so that they can continue -
to deserve special consideration suits of breeding a purebred Po-
This for their farmland. land China boar to a piney wood ,

I For A More Favorable Labor Florida sow.Mangers r'
And Situation at the farm say that

CJ Florida farmers should do they feel it would be worth the
Thai everything possible during 1966 to Investment for other Suwannee

discover new means mechanicaland County farmers to use purebred

otherwise to harvest their boars in hogr alslng.

Religion And The Greta Society fAll A Success Of Life crops: so that they might become
I J. T. Johns prominent young
leas the disastrous -
in general agreement whether man or woman dependent upon
of us, probably, are Practically every person Suwannee County planter has
labor pol'cy-maklng! whimsof
on the basic objectives of President Johruon'i boy or girl, regardless of age and clrcum Washington purchased controlling Interest In

Great Society." We all want people to be hap- stances, hopes and Intends to make a success of And Labor Src-etary Wil- the Little River Telephone Co., nj4r +

pier, better educated, and our America to be more life. lard Wirtz should resolve to give and says he wUl take charge as

beautiful.But Stated In general terms this ambition Is com- our, farmers more time to make manager after January I, lie will

we can well disagree that better food, mon to all of us. It is only when we attempt to the inevitable translation from make Wejlborn his home.

better housing, better educational facilities, better define the meaning of "success" that difference migrant-harvested crops to domestically r
I W Parker Holmes, purchasint
paying jobs will automatically make more contented of opinion develop It might be a good Idea for and/or mechanically
agent' for the Standard Lumber :
more law-abiding and more happy human the individual to stop long enough to ponder the harvested For Improved crops. Marketing Co., has loaded another car of

beings, all eager to become effective members and question and answer It Florida farmers should' Suwannee County hay. purchased

constructive members of the community and of The Individual, In his or her zeal to be sue make anticipated supply needs a From J. L. Lee C. T, Baisden, and

society In general. cessful, often accepts a popular definition of the more heavily weighted factor In Mrs. Duckworth for the com-

The Lyndon Johnson premise seems to take term and thereby loses sight of the real goal. One'i their planning for a new crop. any's mules at the logging-

concrete form In some such statement as this: success Is not to be measured by the wealth accumulated They should develop A I amps:

"Give everybody all the benefits accruing to a the worldly honors received or the fickle acclamation keener awareness of the specific'
family with $15,000 Income and prisons will be of so-oalled public opinion.We product needs of the nation's No move has been reported to
make up the salary of Mr. Atkeon -
emptied insane asylums will be depopulated, highways suggest that the Individual reader analyze wholesalers and retailers
secretary of the local Chamber
And should resolve -
and streets will be free from accidents and his or her conception of success It should be ob- never to become they satisfied with of Commerce and Farm Bu- When You Shop or Recommend To

crimes and everybody will live happily ever after" vious, we think, that one can be successful only existing outlets that they cease reau. His salary, paid from the'ederal

This premise! just can't stand the cold light of when life is in harmony with our Inner convictions, looking to new marketing possl- government'. and local Friends Please Include These Home Town

fact and scrutiny, From 1933 to 1963 for example Yet, if our principles are wrong, life will be Imper- bill tin. foreign as well a* domes mslnessmen. 1s short 1600 from

our population Increased 50 percent; during that fect. tic. the local source. Processed Items
.
30-year period the cost of welfare programs Increased We challenge young people to outline .definlte On the other hand. the na-

1.313 percent; the nation's crime rate Increased principles which are considered acceptable guides, tional food trade should resolve 1910Rev FROZEN
,
1,231 percent As a start,, one might try to discover a definite to communicate more clearly needs and to Berry D. Bourn local 10... Box WHITE ACRE brand PEAS with SNAPSIHlb

At the end of that 30-years, during which th principle upon which to base one's dally activity effectively their specific Methodist' pastor announced that Bag WHITE: ACRE brand PEAS with MAPS

per capita wealth and Income had greatly Increased and to which one la willing to be loyal under all our producers' Dr. Ludd M. Splvey. president ofHorlda ao-oa. Bag ARCncCIRCI4l brand WHITE PEAS

there are now over two million juvenile delinquents circumstances. This might sound easy but test It And the food trade should Southern College Lakeland 20-o, Bag ARCTIC CIRCLE brand BLACKEYE PEAS '
these needs satisfied recognize
are
as will be guest speaker at the IH-lb Bag REAL SOUTHERN brand BLACKEYE: PEAS with
The United States, where literacy education and for yourself the good efforts with greater Snaps.
morning
service
on Sunday at the
family Income are the greatest of any nation In -Lake Wales NewPoirer patronage First Methodist Church.

the world leads all the world In juvenile delinquency CANNED

: ,' and In crime among all ages On behalf of the Florida Department Manager Bob Cannon of the GOOD CHRISTMAS OUTS

The real solution? A renewed sense of the importance Shift of Agriculture, I can kllmar and Suwannee Theatres 1-lb. Can WHITE: ACRE brand PEAS with SNAPS

of faith and morals In the lives of people. Citizens of Southern Florida are feeling pretty assure that the following programs of this city announced this week 1-lb. Can LE-KO brand FRESH BOILED PEANUTS.:
ln
',Unless the faith and morals Increase, as other material cocky these days about state politics With reap- will have top priority I that the Suwannee Theatre will

: advantages are added, we sow to the wind portionment giving them more representation 1966(1):, Improvements in marketIng I be open thruout the holiday sea.on Country llama Country Bacon Country Sanaa*.

and reap the hurricane. Unless faith and morals how much more we won't know until the.court We are now equipped to I I for of the local Christmastime patrons enjoyment Processed In The Suwannee River Valley

Increase as money and education Increases, money acts they are certain the power of West Florida work with Florida cattlemen and

and education become a positive danger politicians U( on the wane. producer of other commoditiesIn Judge Hal W, Adams announced )By
True this II a problem of the Church. But the opening new world markets for
They have a name for politicians up our way, I Monday morning! that he would
Government might help by restoring'prayer In "porkchoPS>er.," It 1s not intended a complimentary i their products W. are nail.I I start taking testimony In determ- McMULLEN FOOD BANK INC.
of the moral able to work with new commodity
the schools by encouraging teaching term I nlng the election contest case of ,
of course and they are out to reduce In national and regional
laws, and by effectively restraining pornography. the power and Influence of porkchoppers In groups promotions and to accelerate pro- :Judge Mack H. Padgett versus J U>E OAK. FLORIDA

The Government might help by Including moralityIn the State Legislature,' motional activities for establishedones lot. Hesrn at the courtroom today,

Its Great Society, and by giving "equal rights" to A move is afoot to replace the choice of the We win work with groupson

aU men, employer and employee alike. current Senate for Its next president.' The presi packaging:handling and trans

This Is the vacuum in our life of today In the dent of the Senate Is the second most powerful portatlon problems where such asilstsnce -
United States of America that needs to be filled. U requested
figure In Florida since he names the Senate com-
Until the Federal Government realises this and ((2>, On the unresolved labor
mlttees which determine
which bills will be
considered -
does something about It, the "Great Society" will and tax Issues Wt will continueto
and Is also next In line of succession to explain publicly the farmers'side e
become only a more Dangerous Society.
the RW ?
governor of these question and seek v
-st. Cloud News
Some of the resentment which voters of South solutions equitable to the farmers
a IEI/V/
Florida reflected In voting down Governor Bunts' and In the greater public interest In1s' I

road bond Issue was undoubtedly'' generated by the <}), Improving established services -
How Honest It The Vote?
.- We mill continue to up-
1965 legislative session. Burns had his finger on MR//
Possible stolen elections are deeply Imbedded irade all commodltey Inspection
the Senate president as well as the speaker of the '
In American political lore' They are something efforts through training programs
House:
like the suspicion of the fixed fight that haunts designed to produce more uniform o
the boxing ring and as difficult to pin down. The big bugaboo for us is what will happen to Inspection. We will see that +

ElecUon regulations In most states with bal- our share of the race track funds one the big the latest devises and techniques

counties are firmly In, the saddle. ire used by our personnel for the
anced workers and observers from both parties
Milton .......-Gaaetl. most accurate possible laboratory I
surface off the
would the to make dealing
seem on foods feed seed, fer
I. analyses of ,
bottom rather difficult oday. Of course it might Wiser, pesticides, pesticide ,..11.

have been easier In days gone by, dues, and samples of oil gas other

Recounts of selected precincts are frequently The Suwannee Democrat petroleum products and brake

called In close election races. Not so common ls luldsas well as calibrating of

a total recount of all the votes In a big city. OF LIVE OAK, FLORIDA"In the great variety of commercial : Let us all join in .

Such a rarity occurred however In the recent the lltart of the Sutmnnt Riser Vail.," scales throughout and other Florida weighing! And devices we 4 ,

balloting for mayor of Cleveland.. Ohio. will Intensify our efforts to dls- : :.;|, prayer and good wishes
Incumbent Ralph S. Locher had won by 1,934 BANNER Consolidated LEADER fraudulent -
and discourage
votes according to the official count made by the Established 1884 August 2. 1(97 Established 1888Published cover ind'or unwholesome practices In ."' :r. for a
.
Ev
Thursday at Mae
ry A Conner Street
election board Immediately after the election.All the handling and sale of foods at .'J

but 28 voting-machine precincts of Cleve Louie C. Wadsworth ....",.........., PublisherT. ttall .- > PEACEFULand

lands total of 1,175 precincts were recounted. Of A. Leonard, Jr. ............................ Editor The keeping of all the rtsolu- .

four candidates Locher increased his figure by 219 Clara Wadsworth ........ Associate Editor Ions mentioned would assuremore .

votes one candidate lost 36, another gained 80 and Walter Lee Olive ..., Advertising, Manager stable wholesome supplies
the fourth gained 34. Many of the errors were George T. (Pete) Wright.... Shop Foreman ot food for our consumers and amore PROSPEROUS NEW YEARCOMMERCIAL
stable economic atmosphereor
obviously poor arithmetic. Second Pass Postage Paid At Live Oak. Florida their production.
This U only one bit of evidence, of course, but .

the slim variation In the recount of about a quar' SUBSCRIPTION Suwannee County 14 00 I
RATES Outside Buwannee County tS 00 KCCr OUTDOORS
ter of a million votes U encouragingly' on the side When you have taken your tree

of those who want to be sure nobody's shaving any _ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS Payable In Advance home, if possible keep tt out of

points In an event as Important u an election. loon until you are ready to place i ..

-The Cocoa Tribune MEMBER 1& in Its stand and decorate It If ; BANK
OP
aa you haw no place to keep It out ,

II you let a stranger on the street today give Florida Preea Association of doors keep It in a nonheatedrange .
other cool till. OF LIVE OAK
him friendly greeting. New residents are moving .1 or some place I
a
erroANNEE COUNTY
,
And, Immediately, stand the tree ;
week and nothing makes LIVE
Into our area every OAK. FLORIDA
Chamber. of In a pall of-water. A freshly rut ._ -E
them feel at home more than a smile or welcoming Commerce tree win -drink- water and help ,

word. keep: Itself fresh and green. I











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I God Is Father !ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON at M1rdA1r..drw

arl, nri-Ui.. lltMt MtUWw tit. IliU-Sti Lmkt ISill Hi Mm ut; III H CI t.tl.l.a.Iii, 4. I SubscriptionsI

Pastor's Corner I DemocratListed

below are new subscriptions
and subscriptions renewedto
By REV. JIM WALKUP IA r ? ; \IIIII the Suwannee Democrat from
December 17 to December J4
Faitor. First Presbyterian Church
NEW SUBSCRIPTIONSOrend
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Right Rt. L.
Some months ago I heard a Time was never Intended to be Rev Jack L. Stewart, McAlpiti
prisoner make a thought provoke an end in itself but merely a MIN Faye Driver. Aurora. Ill
long remark to another prisoner Arthur W. Boatrlght. Ban Fran.
means to an end When I was in
He Mid, "You have to learn not college I I MlM toMl HU .... Hli flraU Uk.U.loving _..........,.hUitr JMU ...._ Him .If UM wan tile Gad Htm. fillwrt V.rln, Mntfwtbarm. cluco. Calif
just to serve time but to let Urn bought a car. thought Oot HU km far 1M Blum. MUM tt tM Fnxllf am,,God Mud imOf '",III. Uw lift; UM Mwrc Md I\>uft. .M.......\lOa ..UMM* .... UubdMMiulnlW Mrs. W. R. Stices. Elvlns Mo.J. .
serve )'ou." that car was an end in Itself. I ft ....wiihW. aorta !. mtrom kMk U HlnucM all.who tetliM of 'U Uw |r...l ..... ft God lk.y, In lur,mH t_tort wd .onW W. Bland, Tampa
AJ we face a new year this is polished It, pampered it and almost aM ..-.-.- sea r...P*> HI* ..r. truly tvpmUnt. ftffwtac tall M" fur H. Md U. f.U>.r an MM aM *>). Minn In Uwir...mlt'.''. II ClIP City Barber Shop, L.. 0
.. rwmillftUa* was Mw wwt Him lav..w. !IIthla. I StChrtt.
worshiped It. I found myself -u.a 1hros.H Uw MrlftarinwMtoM tIIf9111lI11
good advice for ui all. For there .. .. C. C Deese Cocoa
Mo..a ila: .. -Lull U:it-1e, OxLJ* IU-II. 0LDx:4 TSXTI rrukM
are many people not behind bars serving the car rather than letting T. W Bikes. ODrlen
who are prisoners of time. They the ear serve me. Now thatI
are merely serving time. : consider myself a little more exalting His.holy name The Christian ought not to be a I fellow prisoner.\ "You have to HIRE STK\K SUBSCRIPTIONS! RENEWED:
This remark.reminded me of mature, a car is no longer an end "So teach us to number out clock watcher or a calendar'' learn not Just to serve time but In ancient days beefsteak and Mr, and Mn a. E. Hunter, LO.
Jesus' reasoning when He made in Itself It la merely a meansto days that we may apply our watcher. The Christian ought not to let time serve you" hamburger were not generallyavailable Raymond Chauncey. Rt L. O
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the statement that "the Sabbath a greater end. I don't care hearts unto wisdom" said the pay too much attention to time to the masses. Although Henry Watson, Branford
was made for man not man for much any more whether the car is Psalmist In other;:wordshelp us lie ought to be too busy playingthe a sufficient amount was reservedfor William M. Wettstrtn. New
Christian game of life to count SHY SMILE the needs of their offspring York, N. Y
the Sabbath. In other words, ware polished or even washed as long as to' realize how short our allotted
not to become servants of a It runs well and provides trans time U on this old earth so that ",an. For" the Christian\ time Is "How long do you plan to corns were utilised primarily for J. J, Landrn. Rt., L O
merely a vehicle wed to attain a dean asked milk Male animals docile after Mrs. W F Bell L. O.
- legalistic Sabbath, but the Sab- portatlon. No longer do I serve my we wont become too attached to teach school the
bath was' Intended to be a set car. my car serves me. So God It. nuking worldly goals our chief greater goal, the goal of abundant I the pretty young thing as he castration were used for hauling W L. Tedder L, O
vant for use when property used. ,intends time to be for us. not an end. But help us to set,our minds life.Surely I handed her a teach-certlflcate. Breeding cattle expressly for Rev C. A Webb L O
Likewise we were not Intended to end In itself but a means to an upon ,God and use what little this'prisoner had a great She replied with a shy smile meat production was a latter-day A B. Townsend Rt, L. O
be servant of time, but time was end the end of honoring and time we have to exalt Him. thought when he remarked to a I "From here to maternity. development A. K Black Lake City

intended to be a servant for us

when properly used f ,,,o ,,a"- \ :!: -, .. 'M' : R a ,
c.1 4'tYlaMr
I watched: the last part of the 1\If'ii' \ I. 1 "
Texas-Alabama Orange Bowl 5.. # Semi-annual I \\ "t:
4 \ Srh1.14'JP
football game last New Year n i" 1 1 t
\\t
Day Texas was ahead by a sum d'' ENDS
margin with only two minutes left r .1.
In the game. And like an team. p r JAN. 1St.
"
In a similar situation they didn \ m WHITE SALE! '
"
play any more. They Just ran the : .4
clock out. They resorted merely to : : \ 'tllImn"lI
serving time. They had let time ;; _
jervt them for fifty eight minute --- --'-.- _......L..:.._ __..._ ._ : ..,
while they gained an advantage
over their opponent but now the
last two minutes became boring
tedious, mechanical even fearful Cannon Crisp Cotton Muslin

because of time.they had become servant



IT HAPPENED and Percale Sheets
(Cntln.r4 Fro Fag 1))

C. V. Schoppe. J. & Harvard,
.
Harvey Perry. Louis Tedder. W
C. Alrth. and Miss Dorothy !lIuU-
man.

1955 S E 3U lliiijular] 1"! I

County Commissioner Jim Car dt o r .

mlchael. who has served two
r 72 X U
terms on the Buwannee Count $ IWHK Ibis Mffll taamKnesl
Board said this .eek that he ) a
fv* r1A
er'a inf :i" / IKwaai
would not seek re-election to the ,
pat He said that he felt he had t r
served long enough and that I I' no so* riioi oe KO. IJJt tUIOtOS "".. "
was time for him to step aside S '' pt 1 TWIN finio i ACM SI.JI full pnio.sacw $$1.67 MUOW CAM-PAH 77c

M. J. Kirby wa Installed as
president of the Live Oak Kiwanis LUXURIOUS 180 COUNT WNITE PERCALES SAVE! ON OUR LOVELY PASTEL PERCALES
Club succeeding Dr. J. D. Martin,
at the annual banquet and ladle s
night Thursday -niIht. f + teeMA'U" fiNAl UJt.
program
Other officers Include J obn ... 211 E! n. lOll Of 'WIH PlUIO 257 'ACN
n. tCI o. TWIN/ITTrO
Rowland. lit vice president: Wy... I "
man Garland. 2nd wire president; II a lot 011 PIrt10. Ip II" ._. . gl.il Ice.
Theron DaM, secretary; L. C. s3. a. "UOWCAKI .... II"I .11,11 p?. ,
Davis treasurer and directors.Otus II. lot 01 NU NTTto I.. U H_____ 'U1 a. '.

Brown. Paul Crew. Aubrey lot. \20 "A'. a.1 1'29 ...
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Fowler, Oliver McCaU. O. B. Me --- .a. ElEGANT STRIPED AND flORAL PERCALES <

Lean Jr. J. L. McMuIlen. and C. just say 60. 10 torn a tw 1/N __ .. {1,27 tor
O. Palmer ,
21 U ""PITrto '" U P/ -___._.... ...$1,27 'a. 110ws1133$ 87
Mrs. C. T. Baiaden was awarded ". lOt 01 fWIH 'lfUO 2
T1a 11 PITTrot .. ... 1104
Lfl
I.pr3 $
first prise for the roost attracts ---,-
II lot ,..ffIO. .... (111 1111 .. ,
year outside by holiday the Live decoration Oak Garden this CHARGE( IT"I ,l. 10 'ITno, ... LPN -. __ .. .. ... /1,7 'a' lOt.. 110 Pt. '" NN ".11 .1n.
a0 10111510 I.q ITN
Club. U Arno. a un ,_.. 14.11 as
11.11 N. ". 10 pi/lip ... I. .. 1411 we.1 .

For long years of civic wort for e M PIUwcAW; e.1 $11. pt. ,.n. pr, n.'h /1"LOWeAI"Nrrlp. ass .,r Lay M (331 1111:Upr'.1
Live Oak and Suvannr County, sl _
Fred J. Green was honored br the

framed Klwanls plaque Club>> Wednesday and dedication with or a IIllnl.III1\1: IJIII: jflnl/'II: !i i.iiMi'v: 111:11: I'II.iiit'iM \ !j IICCUI11TIIII I'll.UIWM

the day to him uMu >.,. .w4. .
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a.. >v* y < ,.* 7"1 I VCJfl tMOtCI OP, .c.
Joe B. Hand was Installed worahrpful m* .
lie.*? VIM fKM* W .i 1 SCAM IU MIOACION 7
master of Barrett Lodfl.FAAM. ..... .. ."X .. 1*,.. Fur
Tuesday night, succeedIng w t.A.w MAI '
Paul BaecnleGo nee Bed S ze Reg, 15 54
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h1 s ecO size? IIOUUI |4 M IACM
*. Leroy Cods... wilt kirk aft

his visit to Live Oak January It UltMU.L M'llMlJ'i III.I: 'IIIII: IILIN'IIEI'i l :; PC IIATil MAT
for Governor's Day her with SB ? SETSViniii\ lillr.lini Tuucls I Isaafrd
afternoon address at the emr" '

house according to C. I*. Butler ? ___ 317M _..) 1e.,1./1
(1'I i S
Chamber of Commerce We per*.
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SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, DECEMBER i


I Oldest Houses In America Found NOAH HUMSKULL OWeofs Celebrate 50 Year Wide Variety Of Azaleas Offer "

BOSS,I Got OM TMB WRONG \ ,
In But. MAP MV POCKiT"riCKtS / U xNN I;
By Society
Wyoming"" ValleyAn rI tow OROKM T .: 'vosacoAT.., aLASStSx "AMP,..J J Choice Of Useful Show PUts;

expedition sPonsored by the Basin" from the type of spear Azaleas are "prized plants" Azaleas need) an acid soil\ u rjo,

National Geographic Society and point found there. when it comes to landscaping and' their best. Dickey points out that

Harvard University' Peabody The, Agate Basin people pro- gardening and are famous for the test observations suggest that M
Museum has discovered the oldest duced some of the finest speci- outstanding show they make I least with some varieties, the t\"?.,
houses known anywhere In the mens of flint artifacts in North r while in flower. of growth desired for any partlcu

Americas. America archeologists say The From a landscape point of view. lar planting may be In part c., ".
The remains of two circular ancients also made bone beads azaleas are well suited for use as trolled by adjusting the soil ,;
huts built by paleo-Indlan people one of which was recovered by the 1() EAR r1oM- WIIVpo specimen and accent plants and action to the desired pH rang

some 10,000 years ago were uncovered expedition.Hell YoU WASTIli ALIBI5, In patio and border plantings.The For example a pH range fiui,,
at Hell Gap near Quern \ Gap is a secluded Wyom- AS"WOIIG 'THeV W/iiR./ large growing types are I 3.0 to 8.0 results in a"slow gro.",
BEN ?
sey Wyo. The site has been under ing valley with protecting cliffs GOING OUT OF' STY useful In the middle and back with healthy green foliage .", <

excavation for the past five that keep it warmer in winter LEVIN50NY, ground parts of the border while natural flowering

years. and cooler in summer than surrounding new I lower growing types are good as: From 5.0 to 8.5 gives an elor.. .

"The houses at Hell Gap are lands. In ancient times PEA NOAH' I J }1 edging or foreground plants In' ated growth, whereas 6.5 too
'
the earliest known in the Western a stream flowed through the valley A SOUPCO-UP TRICVCLIi border plantings causes: danger of lime chloro;,
Hemisphere" said Professor J O- and it was along this stream A TOT ROD* ?" R, D. Dickey, horticulturist From 70 to 8.8,Is also the ran,

Brew director of the museum and that one tribe after another set / .C. AacWIBAtp I with the Florida Agricultural Experiment of slow growt hand causes chlo-
leader of the expedition. up camp. "V4T c UDS9URa, FA Stations says two rotic foliage and sporadic flow .

"The two structures consist of Besides offering water and pro- 't.fqN v_,., 1ItfoM) ....., .. groups of exotic azaleas Indian In,.
overlapping circles of posthole tection from the weather the ,._ h"m ..w ,fit and Kurume are commonly Y e
!
that were formed by the butts of site was convenient to'both grown In the state and

upright branches used to make prairie and mountain game. Millionth Pound vary In color from white through I Puffer For SupperThe

the shelter. These postholes were Nearby was a quarry where stone light and deep pink, salmon puffer fishes are among
evenly distributed about every tools could be chipped. Delivered HerePart orange, red. and lavender. They I the most poisonous of all\ marine

two feet In a symmetrical ring Because of the washing downof of the one-millionth poundof may also be variegated. ; creatures. Puffers called fugu v
about six and one-half feet In earth In the valley each of Kaiser aluminum roofing was Dickey says there are a numb : Japan, are prepared and sold sat
diameter. the occupation sites became cov- delivered to the Farmers Mutual of varieties in each group to special restaurasts. The fugu 18
"The branches were probably ered with a thin layer of dirt Exchange store in Live Oak last choose from and they give a wide given careful treatment to ellmi

bent and tied in the middle and Modern excavators peel off these week according to store manage range of color blooming time and I nate any danger In eating; nevertheless

then covered with hides or skins, levels of dirt and debris one by Sam Weeks. shape.If it is still the cause or
,much like a modem Apache one to record the changes in the Farmers Mutual Exchange Tt&, you prefer a medium size fatal food poisoning in Japan.
wlklup. a type of Indian hut way of life that tools camp debris markets the material In Suwan flower of the Indian type choose ._ e
used In the West. The floors of and settlement pattern can nee County mostly for construction Due de Rohan. It's salmon in color Over the eons of earth hlston
the structures contained bones of ; of poultry houses. and has an early bloom. Formosa animals have been getting larger

bison and other animals that the tell.The archeologists have found I r will give you a large flowerof The blue whale the biggest animal

people had killed and a numberof evidence of occupation "consider 'l rose-purple with an early to that has ever lived dwarfs
Male MotherA #
fine examples of flint tools." ably" before 9000 B C. but finds mldseason blooming period. It'sthe the dinosaurs.
The huts were erected about for this most ancient period are male sea catfish at Marine. most popular In the state.
8000 B.c. some 5,000 years limited to a few flakes and some land of Florida has been knownto ._ If Kurume varieties are you
earlier than any previously dated I charcoal. From a later perlor, the incubate up to SO fertilized egg 'v- _-,;. ,_. ...:",- choice. Daybreak has single flowers Public Notices

houses In the Western Hemisphere scholars recovered an unfinished In his mouth for a month. When Mr. and Mr. F. W OWnl etlebntted their Golden Wedding of rose-pink shading to IU-!

Until now, It was not I spear point 11 Inches long The the eggs hatch he baby-sits the Anniversary Sunday at the Recreation very rose In the throat while
Center, with aMt atue.ta
known that early paleo-Indian weapon was spoiled by a flaw In offspring fry In his mouth for Ulnldeglrl Is a brilliant scarlet
people erected houses. Most authorities the stone; the person who workedit nearly two more weeks. After releasing present The O'Neal were married December I', illS, at with a mldseanon bloom and 1 I. STATE FLORIDA ROAD TALLAHASSEE DEPARTMENT Of
the the cat Grant Ferry on the banks of the Suwannee River, where Mr. O'Neal but a NOTICE OF
presumed that they leda thousands of years ago probably fry, sea resumes heavy flowerlM. These are INTENTION TO DESIG
simpler nomadic existence. threw it aside In disgust. The 1U normal eating. made his home. The now lire at O'Brien. few of the choices: NAIL' AND ACCUS ESTABLISH HIGHWAY LIMITED

There has been continuous expedition found the flakes that NOTICE: 18 HFKEHT' OIVFN TO

habitation of the Hell Gap area the ancient craftsman had chip- field party was jointly directed by ALL n.WHOM I. .....,IT to MAT pr..'..CONCERN Ion Ib".h.l .,
since late glacial times according ped away, and succeeded In fitting Henry T Irwin of Harvard and Pro-Files .lfll. ,.. prw.rr.tb. II ....... II'.
,. ...
pro.Nb..I .... .
to age determinations made by some back in place on the Cynthia Irwin-Willllams and ?., ... ,.. I.......eh.... .".. ..1.',......1.
the radiocarbon method. The original stone. George A. Agoglno of Eastern -.. *f .....portaUla f..IiNI.pw.
of 8" Bat.. Idy\ James B. Daniels ..d ....... that ....rt... .f -..... 11....
houses discovered Is
prehistoric were discovered The site, In 1959. New Mexico University Scores : 1401 "' Ira R..d II-Ira> I* Bun I
in the dig's third lowest culture on land owned by Miss Ruth college students and other youn w Countf .. ...'.., tTtmiilol : ,I
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level one known as "Agate Frederick of Guernsey, Wyo. The people participated In the projectmjuOSSBS Bath, R.,.. If EMI T.wmkl E.irtr I*t

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Now have two radio-dispatched, oxygen- /.;: I.*....fHllllf. .. .of.... ... .........

equipped ambulances on call twenty- FLOYD a. BO WEN
Char.. ,..
four hours each day in both Live Oak st

and Branford. wad. kid CALL. will ION k* _BIDS..4 kr. ik. 1
Bor4 *4_CMM" r..........._ .f .. ,
w..w* -.'". Flori. ., H. miter.
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c.<""..... Ie LI*. 0... rtorid. ..
!d I I 6REKN BAY HLO : { HAVB .FONT NFL M J......, A D. Ml, .. which Inn
..d pl- .11 kid. .. .. I
LIVE OAK BRANFORD win .kll.inwtiM .pw.d
TlTUES..N.y.GlAWTOANOCIKVELANO ... rwd ....." ,.. ,.. 'olio.. d..
BROVMAiS rr/bd ...., a ..,I
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wee FOUR EACH CAW RJUIMIHk 362-3333 iwl .r ....." .d .""...,....1. t
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UCVEtAAD}..NEXT IS ..:III11. I. wets I. '''" '.1... 01.
J. B. DANIELS JR. L.F.D. ,. .
AFU HOUSTON WTO TWO TintS 'i, J1 p.*.*.*. hair I. Ik
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Sam Weeks, Receives Shipment For Farmers Mutual ExchangeCan Dt.IRS IIra....TO pg Or.NID dAHVART I

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you imagine a 100-acre farm building If you can then Rldlffka A.. lasSIO"S

Imagine it covered with Kaiser aluminum. In pounds it represents one IS..dI.pd II Co..I Clan, c............
million and in '< 370,000. RED
l.s. CROSS JOYCE LaPETITE -1 TN
eJ"cuT COVBT." T7/I.DTNI.
That Is how much aluminum and : IlI LJ-cl"cllVw" 1
Kaiser roofing Biding patron* AND YOU
of Cotton Producers,Association have used in the past 12 months. VALUES TO 515.99 NOW 10.97 .. NNEK count.'" no.CHANCERY IDA. :
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,Put it another way, if all that aluminum roofing and Biding GALLIC rLl"TCMI"'Io..u". :.:

were laid end-to-end would. stretch 175 miles the distance from ; NFHIT'TATUr..d .

Atlanta Georgia to Montgomery, Alabama.The SMARTAIRE CALIF. COBBLERS .L... e.11. :
D.4wd..I.
one millionth pound of Kaiser material was .delivered to i 1HI "ATII NOTitg To If'IJID ;:

three Farmers Mutual Exchange stores'the week of December 20,< 1965. ; VALUES TO $12.99 .... v.. NOW 8.97 -sassy... ,.'..1ATU..0nOaIDA. s.d ....Tilt..._. ,:

Receiving the shipment representing the millionth pound during 1965 ; I 1r...a... ...d ,...'.-- .,1 a.....Y.. d..w aLUYR. ,,

were the Farmers Mutual Exchanges atGainesville, and Monroe, Georgia 4 IIAIIL.004, LAau WII "alii ... Ir _.., :

and at Live Oak, Florida. ; \ 11011 ..d .. ..._Go_ ouvaa'_ ysANg NINo ,'
i L Nt1tMfIN ....
FLATS .. Ir ML. LABRUA :
Most of the aluminum old by the' Farmer's Mutual Exchange LUll Mop.nN.pN11.rtTT I .W, iNILLNA .11.. .

of Live Oak has been used in the construction of poultry houses. Thereare VALUES TO $ 9.99 .. -C;; i iNOW: 6.97 !r"AIl.a Uu ., w/MIWlT a"It..II.Id.'A."L.: .ILaln... :..

some 50-odd poultry hou:4l's'now in operation in the county -, .: I 1-ArONIWO .... It.w. _.ad LBNdT... M. :
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Cotton Producers Association has been handling Kaiser material ".'- rh.1 ... N r1.w ...-. .
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for quite some time, but in 1962 a real effort was made to show patronsthe j... .MMw.... -..rwr,.... w-Mbr :.
LOAFERS Brown. & Black .
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many advantages of Twin Rib roofing and Biding. During that 'Garet. 'L.,. .., ash.. sad .1 :
year, patrons used 150,000 pounds and volume has moved up each ....-... p..N. ....... ....., .
REGULAR $ 7.99 VALUE NOW 5,91Y ar e4K tar .... '
year. In 1963 CPA shipped 300,000 pounds; in 1964 575,000 pounds, . :. ...r ,... '.--. ...w.,...-.....r.. :
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and on up to the record one millionth pound during 1965.: This makes ; 2 Pr. $11.00 I ,I .
CPA the largest distributor of Kaiser Twin Rib aluminum roofing In ; H..th.::O.Qrt..N ':. 'w*,,I .f :

the entire served CPA and the second largest cooperative ....... II 1"". INw/....
area by' ..... I. Ea... ;;;;. 1 .. :
1 distributor In the United States : or ...., I. ..

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Kaiser Twin Rib Aluminum Roofing is a light weight durable : th rN1..10...... w w ..dw ..
material suited for all of farm buildings It w.. .:.. w eWA. II
roofing Ideally types reduces
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15 needs --II, ... hate.,
temperature by as much as degrees, never painting, ; w. It. Itrt a w "f'Tt'lua

maintains a neat new appearance for years and carries a 20-year written : !'-'r hr.-.r.. CALUt c-......rItTCNIR.. .... ....lard...
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guarantee against corrosion.; ; Ie r--. "....,
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r Twin Rib Aluminum Roofing has been enthusiastically accepted .,-.eno 1"'t tb ., tM
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because offers ..
: for farm use from its earliest introduction it excellent C.wa.W .

:, strength properties and comes in long wide sheets that reduce by 60 y- 4t. .. '."
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percent the number of end laps and side laps in a metal roof system ; I.. 1 IN1 1N

Sheets are available in lengths 6 ft. through 24 ft including custom : .... "';... =.-.CIAlatrla -=

\ lengths like 19 ft, or 21 ft. All CPA agencies are equipped to cut A4r.w r. ,. 0. ..._..TW PtMoo-an.u.. .0.w. a

ANY LENGTH desired up to the maximum 24 ft. ; r lid L,,1w.MIr 5... 0.5. r-...

Twin Rib coven a full 4 feet after lapping with each aide lap .=.....:,Cawool" :_:.:.r=. : :. ...::
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air This feature ..
non-siphoning pocket. carries U.
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protected by a a ;liJ r1Ia -- --.. -
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1- 1/f.y Officers At' Suuannee III! I Modern Design Replaces Showgirls As Favorite Calendar Art Now I

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Time was when calendar art ute the most calendars. journalism in favor of calendar "Beautifully lithographed In 12
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I' meant an Idyllic landscape or a Calendars began to flourish Man publishing. In a few :years, Os- colors upon 3 sheeU!! of heavy
I pretty girl. No more. advertising medium late in the borne. who, had split from his pebble plate,paper tied with silk
( : Vine-covered cottages are etern- 19th century In 1879. for example partner, was advertising his com ribbon are the graceful figures
I"hIr I ally popular and girls till reign Phylls Phillips of New York pany as the world' foremost Calendar of girls dressed in the colors of .
... .... .. ( supreme in garages and barber issued a calendar announcing his house and offering $3.500 the great colleges On each sheet
'j'' i t''"" :, 'i'r'flIi.i n'''''',".'I''," it opa. But the trend In tree calendars I availability as a singer of temperance in prises for original pnlntingi Is the appropriate college teal rand
.1 ,;., ;, ';,' \\i\:\ ,\ ; ; ; ) :: !:: li. ; ; ;:\?':\ :': ;\ } sent out at year's end by songs In 1898. Herbert hues Blgetow u the college )ltl.."
J "'?\ '\ ; '(I modern start
teamed with to
is toward a printer '
American
: .', firms The commercial calendar received
The of calendar
\) f:, '" J : ;; .:: 1' "" ;,(; ;; ,,, popularity
'.I !: I {t: Housewives and businessmenwant young men. Edmund D. Osbornn Minnesota Today. Brown Bhlll- Presently In demand are
i@i@ !i 1! \ (f\ calendars that tend with and Thomas D. Murphy who ran low is the worlds largest calendar practical calendars especially
manufacturer It turn out
; modern decor. One use calendar a weekly' newspaper in Red Oat, those with large squares for potting
,,' \ !J For example consists of a single Iowa They wanted to print a 80 million a yearBy down appointments and
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"j.. ,;" sheet seven Inches wide and 31 woodcut of the new county courthouse 1903, pretty girls were attn notes A kitchen calendar has a
1nchealonc with a wooden rod st but their limited budget dard calendar ornaments The pocket at the bottom to hold
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: .}f2j)1 the bottom. Numerals and advertising r would not allow It Osborne hit Chicago and Alton Railway turned trading stamps or. Inevitably,
are secondary! to the strUM upon the idea of using the picture Alton' 1903 Fencing Cllrl Art bills

ryt ,, j;!:f, ,,,,,,,,,, design. of the courthouse en a mall Calendar with "(our graceful
","'." Contemporary or traditional calendar for 188. and surrounding pours from life; figures ten In Among traditional calendars
some 400 million calendars till it with local advertising chea high reproduced In color* those with a religious theme remain
', ; be Issued in the United States In Twenty-two bunineiwmrn sponsored The Fencing GIrl wore a shod popular One of the most
'r". 1M8. the National Geographic the calendar, and the partners skirt daring for the times elaborate designs on a 1980 calendar
Society says. Banks and other printed a thousand copies Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly features a three-dimension-
r II ; financial institutions, whose taste I Osborne and Murphy netted $300 offered the College OH I Cal l, si color photography of Michel.
:I't"f tends t* be conservative, dlstrlb- on the deal, and abandoned ender as a subscription premium' angelo's Meta.S --

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Poarnelte, rice president; and Barnard Ward chaplain. They represent recently elected effirrrt -
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additIOn. subtraction, multiplication division, end credit
) Clothes Sales t balance sntwert with smsjing e.ett Thsnkt to the Oextertty
Helpful Buying
lannin: : Kexbosrd tower Controls, end tuclutlv, advanced
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irfore you dash out to tsiantag Oat acquainted with ssVi(chase at a sale. should' nut ks
f for besuty and vertstility thereN.y If nothing thst tov "e* VIe' .WKemington \
011 of Clothing silo..oen* terminology and sales. types j than U would ordinarily, evei Model 4 10 Adding Mschmel I
e, plan, think Judie.ref. I Know when and where sales are when cost of reconditioning thigsrment ASK TODAY FON A MIC ON.THC,JOI TIM
the suggestion of $tlas''
held and which garments art th ls Included
beih Dle .tolOfto clothing I best buys .which ..! ", I
clsiut.. Florida Agricultural, e. I Check carefullythe condition,
enslon Service. By anticipating clothing needs .I'style fit. and solos of the sal
,I In advance. a family may be able' Item. Often garments are on sal<: y : .
to save about one-third to one because they ire esteems In sty* $395 $295
half ty buying at sales." Mis I Ins or because they are no lone
If you wer* born In Dlckenson says. Wise buying In fashion. Is the garment cut on
means keeping< In mind |reclothr I the grainlinef Are seams s red
December of odd-
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numbered year, renew I you need to complete your ward and secure* Is U the right air!
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for suitable well-sewn fastenlngs
robe. Look
your drivers license I At clearance sales the savings I these art Indication o:
this month.Reece might be from JS U M per cent I good garment eonntrucUun CASHw REGISTER Every Typing Student
on fashion Items such as coats By all means read the Ub 1 ,
dmtea. Ahoee, and hats. Annual: before buying\ It will give dun' t
Brown Mica for standard mwhsndine : to durability and performance. 'I REMINGTON 322
?rem'most departments m"hlj should Identify fiber content am: Can Use A
COUNTY JUDGE average 10 to IS per cent ..'lac.. give Information on shrink h In any ease clothing yen pur. '' and color faJtneaa. as will as car

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s Suwannee Grain Corporation it now receiving yellow shelled :1j j

com. We by to give you the moat courteous service available to :1i 1
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SIX SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT LIVE OAK FLORIDA THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30 1961

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Mri. Charles Edmond Wright 1 Christmas! Tea Given ./ '
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gA'lielle4i i > I For Hospital PersonnelThe '
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lobby of .'the Suwanner DuPre
County Hospital was the setting
for a Christmas Tea Chen by the
WOMEN Hospital Auxiliary for the hospital
I personnel, with the local!
209-211 West Howard'StreetEnd.Of.
doctors, their staffs, the minis-
ters, and their wives as invitee
CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor guests, Tuesday afternoon December -

twenty-first, from one- Year. Sale
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Miss Waterson, Mr. Wright Recite Nuptial Vows thirty until. four-thirty' in the afternoon. .

In Double King Church Ceremony December 23 l I The lobby was decorated with ----- _.. -

Miss Sandra Faye Waterson and Mr. Charles Edmond ar I green streamers, large red ,bells r LADIESDRESS
Wright were married Thursday evening, December 23rd. and a Christmas tree to carry out
at Norwood Baptist Church, Saint Petersburg. The Rev. the Christmas motif. '
James I. Brown officiated at the double-ring ceremoony. I The tea table was covered with
a red cloth. In the center was t COATS
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. II I
In
I lighted Labra tree red and
Waterson of Largo. The groom la
with Intertwined at
green holly
the son of Mr and Mrs. I. Clifton Elizabeth Wat 1
was Miss Kathryn its base At one end of the tabk
Wright of Live Oak arson of Largo sister of the bride. was a silver coffee service and at
Bouquets of white flowers deco- Their dresses and flowers were the other a milk glass punch 1-3. OFF
rated the churchTraditional Identical to the matron of hon bowl. Silver serving dishes held

wedding music was or's. cookies, candies, and nuts. :"I
presented by Mrs Mary Whitaker, Flower girls were Tamara Lynn Santa Claus was a surprls '
organist, and Eddie Monk and Waterson of Largo, cousin of the 4, Visitor at the tea and also visited 19.95 COATS NOW 12.95
Mrs. Frances Lynn soloists. bride and Sheila Crosby of St. each patient in the hospital
Given In marriage by her father Petersburg. Kenneth L WatersonII The members .of the Hosptta 29.95 COATS NOW 19.95
the bride wore a formal sheath of Largo cousin of the bride Auxiliary served at the refresh .
gown and chapel train of Imported was ring bearer. ment table and as floor hostesses
w FUR TRIMS LAMINATED
peau de sole and Alencon lace Michael D Selph of St. Peters- Auxiliary members are Mrs
A pearl star headpiece held her burg served as best man. Ushers Hw.4h John Hutcherson president, Mrs 10CASHMERELadies
elbow length veil of silk Illusion were Williams Marshall of St Dave Austin, Mrs. Willard Bran -
She carried a star shaped bou- Petersburg. Chris Costello of St. non, Mrs. Clyde Bryant, Mrs
auet of white carnations on .a Petersburg and William Whiteof John Cannon Mrs. Tom Cheek
Holy Bible. North Carolina. + M Mrs Woodrow Dempsey, Mrs Sweaters
Mrs W. B. White of North Edward Howland, Mrs. B. W
Following the ceremony a reception -
Carolina was her sister's matronof Helvenston III, Mn. Claude
honor. She wore a formal gown was held in the church ,A Johns, Mrs. Kenneth Long Mrs ,
social hall. A four-tiered wedding REDUCED CLEARANCE
of red peau de sole with a red cake centered the bride's table. 8. T.. McDowell. Mrs Morgan FOR
lace mantilla. She carried a bouquet Miller, Mrs J. L. OgleabY, Mrs
of red carnations and holly Assisting In serving were MIllS .-, .'-. -....-' Osmond Palmer, Mrs L.. Parnell
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with little Christmas bells. Judith Masce of Ozone and Mrs. Mrs. Hugo Sotolongo, Mrs. K. S 4.95 SWEATERS NOW 3.98
T. B. Reed of Tampa, cousins of
Bridesmaids were Miss Lynn Sutton Mrs W Louis 'Tedder
Michelle Tllllnghtst of Largo, and the bride, and Mrs. K. L. Water- Here And ThereMiss Mrs. O. M. Todd. Mrs.. W. S
Miss Beverly Ann Menees of St. son of Largo, and Mrs. II. O Wat Townsend. Mrs. James Walkup 7.95 ,SWEATERS NOW 5.95
of Clearwater. the bride'saunts
Petersburg Junior bridesmaids erson Mrs. Connie Wettsteln. Mn E. L
The bride's book was kept Kent, Mrs B. A. Swing Mrs V 11.95
by Mrs. A. R. Dust of Largo. Jo Rees will leave Satur- Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Shear of B.,Brown, and Mrs. C. 8. ParkerAGEOLD SWEATERS NOW 8.95
7oi After a wedding trip to Sarasota day for Athens Oa..to enter the Miami and Mr and Mrs. Frank a .
: Mr and Mrs. Wright will University of Georgia. Alrth of Jacksonville spent
reside at 1926"2 27th Ave. North Mr. and Mr. Joel Wadsworth Christmas here with Mr, and Mrs. TOT
_ The bride Is the granddaughter spent the Christmas holidays with Alfred T. Alrth. Mr. and Mrs. W. On Christmas morning,children LADIES 1 /
Ct666 C Alrth, and Mr. and Mrs.George
of Ashley B. Douglas of Tarpon their son-in-law and daughter everywhere will awaken to find OFF
Springs who is a former resident Mr. and Mrs, David Olbb at Coral Alrth. among their gifts one of the moat
of Suwannee County.. Gables Miss Charlotte Wadsworth ancient toys known to mankind DRESSES 73

-- Mrs. J. D. Martin and son, pent Sunday evening and Mon- The ball an object of competitive .....
Daisy, left today for Haines City day in Lake City with Mr and games since primitive days; 1' ,-- -
to visit Mr and Mrs. R. V. Phillips Mrs. Lew Casey and son Frank. high priority on ,most shopplnt
and Mine Babuy Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jones and list*.. It Is thought1 that the bal) LADIES
Mrs. Hazel Collins spent Christ- daughter June, left today for was created because of man't |
A REMINDER mas in Fitzgerald Oa., with her Miami to spend the week end and fascination with spheres in nature. / OFF
brother and sister-in-law and attend the Orange Bowl game. HATS
family Mr, and Mrs B B Rogers
Miss Caroline Hart of Macon.
Oa, spent the Christmas holidays iTr
These Banking InstitutionsWill with her parents Mr and Mrs MODERN '
Dennis Hart. AERIAL ChildrenslArr/
James McCullers student at
Aurora College, Aurora,I Ill., Is APPLICATIONSpraying
Be ClosedSATURDAY spending the holidays with his coATs7yrr
mother Mrs. Jackie Oueat _Seeding Dusting_Fertilising
Spending Christmas Day In Al-
bany, Oa. with Captain and Mrs
HOWARD\ MORGANPHONE
I Thomas T Hart and children GIRLS DRESSES '
were Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hart,
362-2016 U.S. 90 WEST
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Ratllff. Mrs -
JANUARY 1,1966 I W. J.. Nipper, Miss Caroline Hart LIVE OAK FLORIDA,
and Claude Adams. and SWEATERS
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In, Observance of 1j At COST Or LESS_

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NEW YEAR'S DAY The cost of LADIES AND CHILDRENS


almost everything

has gone SHOESValues
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THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK up 16% .

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UVE OAK, FLORIDA since 1953Buwl To $5.95

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THE COMMERCIAL BANKOF _
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_BULK DELIVERY. _
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Home Comfort Heating Fuel "
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GASOLINE_OIL_DIESEL FUELS $: .. f SHIRTS

I TRACTOR FUEL- KEROSENE : ? :
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i TIRES-BATTERIES { j1 'ye
THROW AWAY YOUR IRON

1 i (GEORGIA ACE FERTILIZER ": f" > 5t/ Regular{ 3.98-Now 2.98

Bulk Bagged "
Any Quantity Any Analysis or ; j ; '
\ 570 Cash Discount On All Fertilizers Thru February Not : Boys 2.49

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Company Owned Bulk Fertilizer TransportWe r' '
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MENS'lOSS NOW
Handle ASCS Purchase Orders ; "
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FUCO 93' Value
OWNED BULK TRANSPORT 31% SHOES 7.95
on average price paid
c FUCO BRAND INSECTICIDES s per rwidmUal kilowatt hour. ----
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4. :I FREE SAII GREEN STAMPS Our 9 rate reductions in 9 years are already At

: i i Ii" WITH ALL HOME DELIVERY ... : saving Floridians more than$38 million annually.
: OF PETROLEUM PRODUCTS
efficiencies! Modern
4 Cost-cutting
How ?
.. : TIRES & BATTERIES come ..
\ : Call U. For CompUU Farm and Horn Srrk I equipment! Newer, bigger plants! And )IU-' < e .

j I FUCO OIL using more and more. Yes, electricity is the, ;

", f: {' i biggest bargain in,your family budget! 20941 west Howard StreetDuPre's.Starts
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& LIGHT I COMPANY Sale Thursday A.M.
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Medicare Effect ,

NoticesViola

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Treasurer-Insurance Commissioner -
N Rowland Broward Williams said 4

r that Florida's health Insurance
Funeral service were held Friday companies are developing new

D at the First Methodist Church! policies designed to plug the gaps
r for Mrs Viola T Rowland, 77, of In protection left by Medicare. cool soapsuds ever Indoor
Live Oak, who died unexpectedly plants lo removeephijisce. lite.
which
The Medicare program
December 19 at her home. She
becomes effective July 1. J966, offers
was a member of the Primitive
Baptist Church, and the widowof basic, rather than complete NFO Officers To Be i
against medical expenses ,
tiI k:1LJ: the late John H. Rowland Sr. protection
Private companies are preparing Elected MondayElection
Rev. Eplvey Brabham officiatedat 'policies designed to supplement
the service. Burial was In Live Medicare's protection. of officers will be held
Oak Cemetery at the county National Farmers
"Don't drop any medical Insurance
: Survivor Include 'three daughters until you hear from your Organization (NFO) meeting

J' : Mr.. Inez Jones and Mr., company," warned Commissioner I, Monday night.
The meeting will be held at the
Albert Saunders of Valdosta, Oa., Williams. "Everything W still un-
and Mrs. Bank Thayer of High der study." \ Suwannee Valley Electric Co.

Point, N. C.; one son, John H The Commissioner said some operative Building, to begin at

I ; Rowland Jr. -cf) Ft. Myers; three 5.000 forms, applications, and 7:30: pjn.

sisters, Mrs Jessie Shiver and policies were being studied by his

Mr. Ira Simpson of Valdosta, and staff to ensure proper protectionand THINKING :

Mrs. Foster Parham of Chicago, coverage of Florida's estimated (Continued From Pace. II) Karlene Haywood. left and Debbie Townsend Join "lIoraUO;

111.; one brother Sylvan Touch- 775.000 citizens eligible\ for officials thcf do ky. In enacting a Nativity seen presented by the first
If law enforcement
ton of Charlotte, N. C.; 7 grandchildren Medicare. Presbyterian Church here last week before Christmas. (Dan
239.06 BUSHELS AN ACRE-For the fourth year In a row wanted It stopped, they 'would
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and 1 great-grandchild Commissioner Williams assigned
farmer Donald Ridings of Palnton, Mo, has averaged more and could find a way, The truth Stalner: Photo
Pallbearers were Eaford Harrell. Deputy Commissioner Frank
than 200 bushels an acre on fields he entered In the Missouri of the matter is that many people
Wallace Ross Lem Hughes Bill Alexander to study the Medicare
Farmers Association corn growing contest. This year'saverage McLeod Alfred Alrth L. B. Rob- program and to conduct a special are satisfied with non-enforclt.j and work. the comfort of the police car

was 239: ,08 bushels an acre, compared with the national erson, Rudolph Scott, and GentryJames. Medicare school for the 22 Field ment and lawmen By traffic plan. I mean alert Parking Is only part of this
let sleeping dogs need. That the situation Is worse
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average-of 608. .
Offices to provide on-the-scene policemen who can and till step
Brody C. Harris Funeral Home help for Floridians throughoutthe 1 In when traffic clogs and get itmovingrather now than, it ever has been most
Here In Live Oak we need a agree.
was In chart state
traffic plan that will be enforced than'wl.tch from) I Frankly. I feel. It time for the

city to call In someone with experience

Sp YOUR [ 1k In developing traffic

p HEATH..4 9.t&idePi Try Protein-Rich Tuna plan amateur and and pattern oft-times and top"11117"method this

we now use In moving
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Bf UC8TEB jIWASOINGTON'r traffic on busy day.

In 'Lip-Smacking Snacks Maybe some are satisfied to remain

These Are Your Questions OF EVENTS a sleepy Bttle town. But a*
far a* I am concerned I would
*LIC) DENHOIT
GOVERNMENT WINDING I sri PIACETIMI RECORD ly like a thriving progressive town
IS the new drug for gout a del-nourished. But' there are SMACKS seem to be on their Serve a* a dip for potato
various of and MAY HIT, 4110 IIUION | FOt THIS FISCAl YEAR keyed to the growth and development
safe one? Is It already In com causes styes way to becoming our major chip and crackers as desired.
that could be ours.
mon use? they should be explored If they By HENRY CATHCABT food Intake Seemingly, or so Make 2'{ cups
Allopurinol is a complex recur with any regularity, or Central frtu Washington Writer we're told, more food I I. eaten ,-
chemical drug which has been frequency.A between meals than at one TINA: DEVILED EGGS
used with great promise for the stye is an Infection and WAIIIINOTON-U cornet u no fturprlM\ for the government sitting. TV may have any some I hard-cooked egg STABBEDiCeatinved

control of gout Inflammation of the tiny gland ipendtnr for the current fiscal year thing to do with this, but the 1 can (4ve to T os.) / Frees Pace 1))
the skin of ending June 80;I960, will break through the flOO billion barrier
la gout, there Is a high level that lie beneath fast pace of life I II probablymore chunk-ctyle tuna drained transferred to J. H1II1 Miller
for the first Urn In peacetime hktory.
of urlo acid In the blood stream. the eyelids. U c. sweet pickle relish
Administration Usually a stye starts with The projected total 1* now 1107 billions, but this figure can be responsible.As nation '3 tbep. each lemon juice Health Center In Oalnesrtlle. He
a we are always
of allo-i redness and swelling, and then taken ae a minimum, rather than a maximum. The fact Is that on the go and grabbing a snack and mayonnaise wu listed In fair condition Tues

purlnol hat often subsides and disappears' costs of the Viet Nam fighting are mounting become habitual. This type of U tap salt day.City
it, been exceeding. with application of warm, rapidly, the pace of the Increase U also rising, Policemen Nat Micell and
eating can result .In very poor, Halve lengthwise remove
egg ; In
ly effective in moist dressings. 4 and Inflationary tendencies generated by these James Allison asaUted Phillip
unbalanced nutrition especially Mash mix
Increase their all yolks yolk. the Inreetif ation.
reducing the More bothersome types continue are having effect across
for teenagers In tuna and remaining Ingredients. .
j/ formation andaccumulation to progress and form tiny the board on goods and. services the government Refill white with -
egg
of I abscesses which then open to must purchase. 1'nnlJe NutritionSo .
tuna mixture. Use remdn.log
uric acid In the release the accumulated pus. Under these conditions It Is not difficult to It II wise to make snack any FUNDS
mixture for sandwich or
blood. Special care of styes I I. Imperative envision 1968 fiscal year spending of 1110 foods available that provide nutrition spread. (ICe>nUae4 Freen Pate II)

Dr. Coleman The drug I. In order that a seriesof ,ae,, billions, with still higher budgets in the years a* well a* taste appeal. canape The recipe: serves 6. ttt.024 and Plnellaa County received -

now being thor- stye can be avoided.Rubbing' Immediately succeeding u some of the admin- Versatile, rich-In-proteln. tunaIs the second largest amount
oughly studied for It* safety totratlon'i new health and welfare programs a food tha( combine successfully Tt'NA C1IEEe
the eyes with unclean with ,$A13. Hillsborough County
and for possible side-effects. It come Into being. with other foods to SPANISH SPREAD -
handkerchiefs or contaminated we third with 19474.
Is considered to be a safe drug, the The Cepltol form nutritious sandwiches, 1 'e. creamed cottage cheese
fingers eyestrain, government's
but must be studied further and "finger-foods" for eating .
need for glasses, and even dip 1 can ((64 to 7 oa.)
before It 1 I. made generally anemia and general debilitation JHg\er/ budgets war to condition the public and the Congressto on the run.TUNA tuna, drained

available to the public. may be some of the cause for follow to still higher budget estimate to be disclosed, DAIRY DIP H c. chopped ptmlento USEFUCO
The result of allopurlnol in January. These Increase: are particularly stuffed green olives :
e
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recurring styei. pkg. ( or cream '
I have ,been extremely, sacourS e e e ,disturbing Fresldsot Johnson, who Is not 'chc4 softened 1 tbap> chopped green "
unmindful of the favorable, comment he generated during his onion or scallion
S Can surgery cure the"tonguetied" first In the White House 1 e. dairy sour cream
year by accenting economy iii'gevern- 1 tip. each grated onion 1 tbsp finely chopped onion
child?
: ) a "brain-damaged" child ment. celery salt and garlic salt 3 tbiip. chopped ceift'Jn4 Brand

one whose brain I.I actually hurt When a small band of tissue Johnson and hi* top fiscal aide are applying heavy pressure' 1 can (.H to 1 01.) tun., mayonnaiseSalt
by Injury during childbirth I 'bind the under side of the'tongue on federal agencle to hold their non-war money request to an drainedPsprika and pepper to taste InsecticideFOR

"Brain damage" does not refer the condition Is referredto absolute) minimum. This I* the budget-making season In Washington Combine all ingredient ex

to an actual physical la- a* "tongue-tie." and the moan of bureaucrat can be heard throughout apt salt and pepper. Mix thoroughly
,
jury to the skull and to the The restricted movement of'' the city a* they receive word of the extent to which their ccquests Combine cream cheese sour Season with salt and
and
brain. the tongue often interfere with have been trimmed by the Budget Bureau. cream onion, celery salt BEST RESULTS

If there Is any extreme difficulty the development of normal Even so, they may look back on these) day a* being com. garlic salt Add tuna; mill pepper.Make about 3H
with cup
In breathing in the newborn speech. ,paraUvy] mild. Congress can bo expected to apply a heavier lightly. Sprinkle paprika.

child, the brain may be Surgery can release this bandof than usual axe to the already trimmed appropriation requests, ----

I deprived of the vital oxygen *o tissue, The operation can be one they get to Capitol HI1Le
for "brain survival. e .
necessary '
safely performed at a very
r There are many technique early age. OETTINa: OUT Or DUT-I'our year from now,the state

and device for assisting the e e,, o of Virginia win be completely out of debt probably the only
newborn baby who ha* breathing SPEAKING atate'In the Union that can make that clalm.lJloweftra a* unusual .
OF YOUR
difficulties. Everything II HEALTH-For minor burn a* this Is, the way It got Into debt and bas remained there
apoplloe.OI'
done to avoid any possibility cold until this time, 1*even stranger.It all stemmed from the fact that
of brain damage due to inadequate running water. Virginia chose the losing aide in the Civil War.

oxygen. Dr. Coleman welcome letters At the conclusion of that war, 100 year ago Virginia wa WARD

o e /row reader, and while fte cannot levied a debt of f 43 millions by the federal government It has

Are *tye* on the eyelid. a uniertaka to answer each been paying off ever since and the amount I* now, about Itmillion.
sign of vitamin deficiency one h_ will use qutitiont in hit '

Stye do occur more frequently column whenever possible and What' more, Virginia never has accumulated any other

In people who are un token they are of general Inter Ute debt since that time. In other words, had the South won I'

dernourished.And eat Address your letters to Dr. the war, chances are that Virginia would not be getting out of
vitamin deficiency Is, of Coleman In care o/ this. News debt In 1940. but would have been out of debt In 1S63.

course, associated with the un paper. Incidentally, that |4> million assessment on Virginia Included

f., (0 base, King ream'nt* Syndic*!*. lea) I West of Virginia Virginia's share because the latter state war then a part FERTILIZER COMPANY


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one's"The self"great secret of happiness la to be on good term with Company Owned and Operated Bulk Transport Prompt

LIVE OAK FLORIDA PHONE IM-Slll Most everyone of us have repeatedly said that all we seek In Delivery Service. Credit Terms Extended So That Due Date Will

Adult BOe- Children tOe-Tai: Included life la happiness. However how many of us have unblasedly tried to
Monday-Friday Boa Office Opens SII-Movie SiIO analyze Just, what constitutes happiness where we ounelve are Coincide With Customer Sales.

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Mr. and Mr Wilson Canon and Griffin ,
SUANNLDEM0CEATWL\ family of Clearwater! and Mr and Miss Hilda Jones of Orlando
Mrs Edward Lackey and family spent the Christmas week end st
of Gainesville were holiday weekend home with her parents Mr. and
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mrs. Fred Jones, and other rela
Cheney and other relatives.Mr tives.
and Mrs. Clyde OrUfln and Mr and Mrs. Brantlcy SImI
daughter spent a few days this and daughter of Lakeland spent f',
ESTABLISHED ISM LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1965 VOL 81, NO. 33 week visiting Mn. Orlffln's moth. the week end In Branford visitIng -
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Mr. and Mrs Loul, Wolfe and Sims, and other relatives.
2 Branford -B ysI I Hranfortl Girl Has family of Orlando spent the holl .
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From
: Branford Perfect Grade<< day week end visiting Mrs W. J.
L Mac Peterson '
Dempsey and other relatives
J Injured In WreckTwo Mrs. Paul Mm<n. the former Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Thomas 4j
Olna Johnston of Gainesville
BYt RS. SHIRLEY W. HATCH Brsnford daughter of Mrs. Robert Johnston had as guests on Christmas Day Dies Monday In
youths were seriously
Mr. and Mrs Paul Oreshsm and
____ __ _____ of Branford received her grades
r Injured Saturday night
family of Tallahassee" and Mr
when the motorcycle on which recently for the fall trimester al .
and Mrs. Charles Thomas and West Florida
I Funeral Services : Dorseus, BranfonlGas Methodist Youth they were riding, collided with s the University of Florida and family of Oatneivllle. ,
Win Prize ear In downtown Branford about found that she had made straight
Top Give Program Mr. and Mra. Bill Edwards and Punersl'services were held
Held For Orahaos .C. Owen ee-chalr A Christmas program was presented 10:30: p.m. "A's" In all subjects. (family of Salem visited Mrs. Ed- Wednesday for Mao Peterson of
Sunday This gave her a 4 0 average andpl.r.
: raw for the Branford c.... Sunday night Dec. If. at The youths were Identified sa Wards mother Mrs. Elisabeth Branford who died Monday of
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her the University College -
on
JImmie Fletcher. 17 of Mr.
I rally Christmas program an* the Methodist Church In Branford son Bailey, Friday night this week In West Florida after along
Jesse C. CollinsFuneral Mauled UM week end the win by the young people of the end Mrs D. B Fletcher of Bran Dean's List. Mrs Marlin Is a Mr and Mrs Leon Hatch and Illness. He was 89 years old.
,
the
sophomore at University
non ta the Christmas decora church. A fellowship supper was ford and Larry Feagle. 20. son family hid as Sunday guests Mr. a retired farmer, Methodist and
services were held Sunday lions eontest, sponsored by the served before the program. of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Feagls of and Mrs R. W Sherwood and native of Branford.The .
for Jesse C. Collins 74. of eomnmnltr program. The kindergarten and primary Branford family of Jacksonville Mr and funeral was held In the
Youth
Zolfo Sprtncs. Mr. Collins died In the homes dilates Mr. children led by Mrs. Jim Blggert Fletcher and Fesgle were takento Haptfot Mrs II. a Sherwood and Mrs Branford Methodist Church with
Frldsy" In a Wauchula hospital and Mn. T L. Dorselt took. first and Mrs. Wilson Butts gave their a Lake City hospital and then Go CarolingThe Donder of Atlantic Beach. Mr. burial In Oak Grove Cemetery
I following an extended Illness. He piece honors and Mr. and Mr. program under the Christmas to St Vincent's HonplUl In Jack Young People of the First and Mrs. Colin Williams of Lake Survivors Include a daughter,
was a resident of Branford for A. Jack rhllllps were ehewn as tree. sonvllle. where they are reportedIn Baptist Church In Branford enjoyed City C D. Williams of Newberry Mrs Grace P. Wood of Jacksonville .
- several years. sefteod place winner Young people<< of the church fair condition with broken a Christmas party Thursday Mr, and Mrs Charles WUIIsms ; two sisters. Mrs. Eva Lane
Survivors Include the widow; In the badness section. Bran presented a candlelltht worship bones and lacerations. night. The group met at the and son of Lakeland, and Mrs of Tarpon Sprints and Mrs.
Mrs. Elsie Collins: eight sons,' ford Gas and Electrie won first service entitled One Great church and went. caroling. Lois Williams and Minnie V\\\\-\\ Florrle Davis of Newberry: six
s Marvin Collins of Richmond Va. rt... The Sawannee Coantr Light', directed: by Mrs. W. 8. Mrs. Thompson Ha On returning/ to the church pot of Branford grandchildren and seven treat
e Eaten ColUns: of Branford. Mickey Library and health Department Ware. Scott Ware was narrator they played tames, exchangedgifts I Mlu Tat Parker, student at I trandrhlldren.
t Collins of Banford. Jim and J C. !' won second -. for the program and Charlene Annual Clan PartyThe and were served refresh Florida State University Is spend I Pallbearers were Drew Holmes
Collins of Wauchula. Eugene Collins Owen tawled the oatofUwnJadges Butts was pianist. Fidelia and Golden Circle ments. About 20 young people and Ing the holidays at home with her Randall Holmes. Ernest Holmes
e. of Arcadia and Gary and as saying they had avery Sunday School classes of the leaden Mrs. Allen Price Mrs parents Mr and Mrs Marlon Loran Terry, Worth Terry 'and
"Dan Collins of Zolfo Sprints: cimealt time In deriding First Baptist Church In Branford Leon D. Hatch and Carroll Hall, Parker Cleo Terry
C three daughters Mrs. Manuel the wtruiera beeaaae of the Crew Will SpeakTo held their annual Christmas party attended the party. Mrs LoU Wllllsmi upent a few James B. Daniels P'IInfralltome
.I Bernardo of Branford Mr. Ha many outstanding decorations last Tuesday night at the homeof days this week vlsltlnf her dauih of Branford was I* chart I
Odom of Palatka. and Mr. Linda I. holh home and ...an....*. Men' Club Mrs. Bill Thompson near Bran- ter and family. Mr and Mrs. R .
f. Thompson of Green Cove Sprints; The Branford Area Men's Club ford. The home was attractively I Scout Plan Party W. Sherwood. In Jacksonville Figureheads that adorned sail
Ithree brothers and three sisters. will hold the regular monthly decorated to carry out the holiday For New Year MUa Elaine Griffin student at Ins ships In the llth century
; Including Mrs. Flossie BJI'd" Boanl' Will Mart meeting Monday night. January ,theme. Troop BO of Branford will have Florida State University, Is spendni evolved from the ancient art of J
i{ Branford.Services. The Executive Board of the 3. at T pm.. In the Woman Club During the evening. Mrs Lewli a New Year's Eve party and hay the holidays st home with her decorating bows to lure friendly
t were held In the Branford Woman's Club will meet building Supper will be served Bell gave the devotional and Miss ride Friday night for Its members parents Mr' and Mrs Curtis spirits aboard t 1
t Church of God In Zolfo Sprints! Wednesday afternoon. January S, Francis Ward president urges. Fannie Duncan led the group In end their friends. The party will
. ''at J:4S: p.m. In the club bu1ldln,. all members and Interested eltls- prayer Quests exchanged lifts.Mrs. begin at I pm. at the Scout Hut
It you don't believe anything, .Mrs a Q. Griffith president eras to be present for this meet I I1nI. Thompson served an assortment The party will consist of tames
there's no law to make you. urges all members to be present of cakes cookies, candies dancing, and refreshments. There SAWS SAWS SAWS
Paul Crews, county agent, win punch and coffee. About will be a regular meeting Thursday
present the program. He will discuss forty attendedMr .
night for the Troop 00 mem
the proposed recreation area Circular- Hand Mitcrbox Chain t
SUWANNEE BLOCK CO. bers.Whopper. : -
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. N. Walker Avenu Social) Rebuilt Retoothed Sharpened Set _.. Sale

THESE PRICES LOADED'.OrrVOUR TRUCK This I* A Reminderthat The Women sf the Presbyterian Strangest of all the fishes In Carbide '1'ippedSawa Our Speclalty,'
the Church In Branford met recentlyat the sea la the mammoth ocean .
I 8/8x48x96 SHEETROCK ........ $ 1.50 Per sheet BRAN FORDSTATE the home of Mrs Howard Sunfish reaching weights up to a Lawn Mowers Repaired Blades Sharpened and) BalancedWE
I 37.50518 AWNING WINDOW 17.50 Each Cheney for a Christmas social. ton or more Its huge body Is all : ARK: SAW TECHNICIANS

3/16 PrefiniAhed PLYWOOD. 3.95 Per Sheet Rev, Bruce Beardaley gave an hesd, being abruptly cut off behind Free Pickup) and Delivery Pervlct
1/4 Preflnished PLYWOOD ...... 4.80 Per Sheet up BANKWILL Interesting program Attendingwere the dorsal and anal fins. In
Mrs. V M. Howetl. Mrs spite of IU else the fish feeds on
FULL THICK INSULATION' 58.00 M
PRE IiUNG '. BE CLOSED Everett HoweJI. Mrs. W, F. Howell tiny squstlc organisms accordingto TRI.ST ATE SAW WORKS
DOOR UNJT$ ... 16.00 3rd Mrs R. M. Chandler Mrs Bruce: marine biologists st Marine

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For sled naturalists to eiplaln how a
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DRESSES! SUITS! Fall Dress Spectacular Regular $10.95 to $35


Were $23 to $45 . $l6 to $30

A wonderful selection of smart fall dreaaeH, 1/3 OFF

of knit casual and fashions suit from shift your, shirtwaist favorite deftifiwr, 2 and WERE $9.99 TO $15.00 NOW $5 TO $10 !Jtlif l f roup of corduroys quilted nylon

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Treat yourself to a new dregs for the holiday swoop up semsl value for flft-iivlni
several of these l lovely I styles Including rollsleev
in tool! You hat never seen such an array of smart fashion by one of your favorite maker _. $3 99
or lone sleeve style happy print
and solid colon. Sixes 30 to 38. and at amazing savings t too! A wonderful choir of colon and style real money.savers, .
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PAGE EIGHT SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT. LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY DECEMBER 30, 1965



Funeral Williams Studies Wife Preservers Presbyterian Nativity Scene I



Medicare Effect '

NoticesViola ::4- :

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On Insurance
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State Treasurer-Insurance Commissioner
T. Rowland _
Broward Williams said
;: that Florida's health Insurance
Funeral services were held Fri
: : companies are developing new
day at the First Methodist Churchfor
policies designed to plug the taps
,
Mrs. Viola T. Rowland 77, of
In protection left by Medicare. Four tool tooptvdt ever Indoor
Live Oak, wh6 died unexpectedly plant lo romovt ophljfl or lleo.
December 19 at her home. She The Medicare program which
becomes effective July 1. 1968. offers
was a member of the PrimitiveBaptl.t '
basic, rather than complete i'A I IV If Ih Ir
Church, and the widowof
NFO Officer Be
medical To
protection against expen
the late John H. Rowland Sr
; ; ; : Rev,,Spivey Brabham officiatedat sea Private companies are preparing Elected MondayElection
if policies designed to supplement \
the service Burial was In Live of officers will be held
Medicare's protection.
Oak Cemetery. "Don't drop any medical Insurance at the county National Farmers
Survivor' Include three'daughters until you hear from your Organization NFO) meeting

Mrs. Inez Jones and Mrs. company," warned Commissioner I Monday night.
ar Albert Saunders of Valdosta Ga., Williams "Everything W still Under The meeting will be held at the
y and Mrs. Bank Thayer of HighPoint ,tudy." v Suwannee Valley Electric\ Cooperative .

Y N. C.; one son, John H. The Commissioner said some Building to begin at

9 e Rowland Jr. -of Ft. Myers; three 5,000 forms, applications, and 7.30: pm. t
sisters Mrs Jessie Shiver and policies were being studied by his

( Mrs. Ira Simpson of Valdosta, and etaff to ensure proper protectionand THINKING

Mrs. Foster Parham of Chicago, coverage of Florida's estimated Xarlene Baywood, Irft, and Debbie Townsend Join "Horatio.1*
iii (Continued From Pace 11)
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Ill.; one brother. Sylvanus Touch- 775.000 citizens eligible for thrf danker, In enacting a Nativity scene presented by the first
ton of Charlotte N. C. 7 grandchildren If law enforcement officials
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23906 BUSHELS AN ACRE-For the fourth year In a row, and 1 great-grandchild. Medicare. wanted it stopped, they would Presbyterian Church hers last week before Christmas (Da*

farmer Donald Ridings of Palnton, Mo., has averaged more Pallbearers were Eaford Harrell Commissioner Deputy Commissioner Williams assigned Frank I and could find a way The truthof '.Stalner Photo)
than 200 bushel an acre on fields he entered In the Missouri
the matter Is that many peopleare .
Wallace Ross Lem Hughes, Bill Alexander to study the Medicare
Farmer Association corn growing contest This years McLeod. Alfred Alrth L B. Rob- program and to conduct a special satisfied with non-enforce. and work. I the comfort of the pollee car

average was 239.06 bushels an acre, compared with the national erson Rudolph Scott and GentryJamt's. Medicare school for the 22 Field ment and lawmen are happy to By traffic plan I mean alert Parking Is only part of this

average of 60.6. I Offices to provide on-the-scene let sleeping dogs alone. need. That the situation Is worse
policemen who can and will step
Brody C. Harris Funeral Home I help for Floridians throughoutthe I now than, it ever'has been most
I In when traffic clogs and get it
was In chars. I state Here In Live Oak we need a agree.
traffic plan that will be enforced moving;rather than watch from I Frankly. I feel; it time for the

city to call In someone with experience
MWIIHIIL.S JH4itle in developing traffic

Protein-Rich Tuna plans and patterns and stop this
Try amateur and oft-times "silly"method

UCSTEB L COLEMAN, MJX .WASHINGTONMARCH we now use in moving
traffic on busy day*.
In Lip-Smacking Snacks Maybe some are satisfied to remain
These Are Your Questions
...., OF EVENTS a sleepy Jlttle town. But u
far as I am concerned I would
IS the new drug for gout a dernourished. But there are OOVUNMCNT SPENDING ill riACITtMl (ICORO.FOK ly ALICE DENHOFF like .a thriving progressive town

safe one? Is It already in common various cause of styes, and MAY HIT, $110 ilUION I THIS FISCAL YIAI SNACKS seem to be on }heir Serve u a dip for potato keyed to the growth and development *
use? they should be explored If they way to becoming our major chip. and crackers a* desired. that could be ours.STABBED.
By IICNIt CAmCART food intake. Seemingly, or so Jd.ket,2cup.\ *.
Allopurinol I I. a complex recur with any regularity or e .
Cel&trGll're.. Wathingto" Writer we're told mOTe food I* taten
chemical drug which has been frequency.
TUNA: DEVILED: EGGS
.n used with great promise for the A stye is an Infection and WASHINGTON comes as no kurorts for the government between meal than at any one
control of gout. Inflammation of the tiny gland spending for, the current fiscal yearending sitting. TV may have something I 6 II' -cooked egg ,
In gout, there Is a high level that lie beneath the skin of June 30, 1966, will break through the $100 billion barrier to do with this. but the: 1 can ((4 H to 7 os.) I tC.atln.ett From Pact 1)>)>

of uric acid In the blood dream.Adminis the eyelid. for the first time In peacetime history.The fast pace of life I I. probably chunk-atyle tuna, drained: transferred to J. UlUl Ulller

Usually a stye start with projected total. now $107 billion,, but this figure can be more responsible U ec. sweet pickle relish Health Center In Gainesville. lie
tratlon of allo- redness and swelling and then taken as a minimum, rather than a maximum. The fact is that A* a nation we are alwayson ''S tbsp. each lemon juice was listed In fair condition Tues
cost of the Viet Nam the go and grabbing a snack: and mayonnaise
purlnol has often subside and disappears' rtw Bghtlnr are mounting day
been exceeding. with application of warm, rapidly, the pace of the increase U also rising, become habitual. This type of ti tsp salt City Policemen Nat Mlsell and
ly effective In moist dressing and inflationary tendencies generated by these eating can result In very poor, Halve egg lengthwise remove James Allison assisted Phillips In

reducing the More bothersome type continue increase are having.their effect all across unbalanced nutrition especiallyfor yolk Mash yolk, mix the Investigation.,
'pn
formation andaccumulation to progress and form tiny the board on goods and. services the government teenager In tuna and remaining Ingredients. Re
of abscesses which then open to must purchase Provide Nutrition Refill eg white with

urlo acid In the release the accumulated pus. Under these conditions it Is not difficult to So it 1* wise to make snack tuna mixture. Use any remain FUNDSCc.ntln.

blood. Special care of styes 1 is Imperative envl.lon'lIIel fiscal year spending of 1110 food available that provide nutrition log mixture for sandwich or ( ... From Page 1))
Dr. Coleman The drug I* In order that a series billions with still higher budgets the years u well u taste appeal canape spread:
now being thor of styes can be avoided. immediately succeeding aa some of the admin- Versatile rlch-ln-proteln tuna The recipe serves .. 129.024 and Pinches County re*
oughly studied for its safety Istratlon's MW health and welfare celved the second largest amount
Rubbing the eyes with unclean program I I. a food tha{ combine successfully TUNA CHEESE
I and for possible side-effect It handkerchief or contaminated come Into being.Undoubtedly with other food to SPANISH! SPREAD with MJ13. HllUborough County
is considered to be a safe drug The Capitol was third with $9474.
finger, eyestrain, the a principal factor In the I'Ov..rnm.nt' form nutritious aandwlehtl.dlpa 1 creamed cottage cheese
.but must be studied further s disclosure
of spending Increase and finger-foods" for eating
need for glasses and even 1 tan ((614 to 7 os.)
before it I I. made generally Higher tmdgttt was to condition the
anemia and general debilitation public and the Congress on the run.TUNA tuna drained
available to the public. lo follow t to UU higher USE
budget estimate to be disclosed,
.
may be some of the causes for DAlaDIP )H chopped pimiento.stuffed
The result of aUopurinol In These increase
January are particularly ,
recurring! stye 1 pVg. (I os.) crevn green olive :
have been extremely. encour- .
disturbing President Jobjwon WbQ la not 1
'thHWlOttftlld tbsp. chopped green 'FUeO"Brand
.unmindful\ of the
armc. favorable comment he generated during hi*
scallions
Can cure the"tongue- 1 e. dairy sour cream onion or
e e surgery first In the White House
year by accenting
I* a. "brain-damaged" child tied" child T ment Iyln'lQv.m- 1 tap. each grated onion 1 tb.p. finely' chopped onion

one whose brain I.I actually hurt When a small band of tissue Johnson and hi* top fiscal aide are applying heavy pressure celery salt and g erUd salt 3 tbsp. chopped celery end

by Injury during childbirth T binds the under side of the on federal agencies to hold their son-war money request to an 1 can ((1 4 to 7 ea) tuna, BaIt mayonnaise and to taste

"Brain damage" does not refer tongue the condition Is referredto absolute minimum. This 1* the budget-making season In WathInaton drained pepper InsecticideFOR
to an actual physical In- u "tongue-tie." and the moan of bureaucrat can be heard throughoutthe Paprika Combine all Ingredients burt *

Jury to the skull and to the I The restricted movement of' city as they receive word of the extent to which their .... Combine cream cheese, sour salt and pepper. Mix thoroughly -
brain. the tongue often Interfere with quest have been trimmed by the Budget Bureau cream onion, celery salt and Season wtth salt and

If theN Is any extreme difficulty the development of normal Even so, they may look back on these day a* being com garlic salt Add tuna; mil pepper. BEST RESULTS
In breathing in the new speech. ,araUvely mild. Congress can be) expected to apply a heavier tightly. Sprinkle with paprika Make about Stt cups

born child the brain may be Surgery can release this bandof than usual axe to the already trimmed appropriations requests

deprived of the vital oxygen 10nectl.ary tissue, The? operation can be one they get to Capitol 11W.e..e.
for "brain survival" {
safely performed at a very
There are 'many technique: early age 46 GCTTINa OUT Or DEBT Four years from now,.the state
and device for assisting1 the 000BPEAKINQ,, of Virginia Will be completely out of dobt-probably the only
newborn baby who ha breathing OF YOUR taU'in the Union that can make that claim*However, aa unusual

difficulties. Everything* 1s HEALTH-For minor burn a* this Is, the way !It got Into debt and hat remained there
don to avoid. any possibility looor cold, running water.apply until this time I II even stranger It all stemmed from the fact that
of brain damage due to Inadequate Virginia chose the losing; aide in the Civil War.

) oxygen Dr. Colemm welcome letter At the conclusion: of that war 100 years ago Virginia 'wa WARD
000 from reader,and wM'.o Jke con- levied a debt of ,U millions by the federal government It lies
Are styes on the eyelids a Hot undertake to tack
answer boon paying off ever since. and the amount Is now about $I
sign of vitamin deficiency? on*, Ad! wilt MM question In A(* million.

Stye do occur more) fre- column whenever possible and What's more, Virginia never has accumulated any other
quently In people who are undernourished. when they are of general tn("r* state debt since that time., In other word, had the South won

eit. Address your letter to Dr. the war, chance are that Virginia would not be getting out of
And vitamin deficiency is, of Column in care o/ Alt' ntvt- I debt In 19U. but would have been out of debt in 1S63.:
course, associated with the un .
paper. I
Incidentally that 143 million assessment on Virginia Included
(0 IMS King Feature Byadlute, Inc) West Virginia's share because the latter state wa then a part
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J Branford Personals



Mr and MM. Wilson Caaon and I Griffin .
SUWANNEE family of Clearwater and Mr and Miss Hilda Jones of Orlando '\
J! nT Mra. Edward Lackey and familyof spent the Christmas week end at :
Gainesville were holiday week home with her parents, Mr. and I IMr.
end runts of Mr. and Mrt. How- .. Fred Jones, and other rela I
LIVE OAK ard Cheney and other relative fives

Mr. and Mrs Clyde Griffin and Mr. and Mri. Brantley Buns .
daughter spent a few days this and daughter of Lakeland spent ,
ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1965 VOL 81, NO. 33L week visiting Mra. Griffin' mother the week end In Branford visiting -
_. '- and other relative in Alabama. Mr. Sims' mother Mrs L. A.
Mr. and Mrt Louis Wolfe and Sims, and other relatives
News From 2 Branford Boys H run fort I Girl HIM family of Orlando pent the holiday .
Perfect Grade week end visiting Mra W. J.
L Hanford. Dempsey and other relatives, Mac Peterson
In WreckTwo Mrs. Paul Maslln. the former
Injured;
: Gina Johnston of Gainesville, Mr and Mrs, W B. Thomas

I BYi MRS. SHIRLEY W. Branford youths were seriously daughter of Mrs Robert Johnston Mr had and as guests Mrs Paul on Christmas Oresham Day and Dies Monday In
injured Saturday night of Branford received her grades
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I family of Tallahassee and Mr
when the motorcycle which recently for the fall trimester al_
on
and Mrs Charles Thorns and \West Florida
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f Funeral Services Dorset, Branford Methodist Youth they were riding collided with a the University of Florid and I family of Gainesville. ,

' 3 Cat Win Top Prizes Give ProgramA car In downtown Branford about "found that ahe had made straight Mr. and Mrs Bill Edwards and Funeral services were held

Held' Sunday For Grahaaa C. Owes, eeehsJrMM Christmas program was presented 10:30 The: p.m. Identified A This'I" in all her subject 4 0 and family of Salem visited Mrs. Ed. Wednesday for Mae Peterson of
gave a average
youths were aiJlmmle
,". for the Branford ConsButty Sunday night. Dec 19, at wards' mother Mrs Elisabeth Stanford who died Monday of
Fletcher 17. of Mr places her on the University Col
'*. Christina pracraat annowieed the Methodist Church In Branford son Bailey Friday nliht.Mr this week in West Florida after along
and Mrs. D. B Fletcher of legs Dean'i List Mrs Maslln la a
C. CollinsFuneral Bran
Jesse .
but week end winBen and Mrt. Leon
the by the young people of the Hatch and illness. He was 81 years old.
ford and Larry Feagle. 20, sophomore at the University.Haptist .
In the Christmas 4_ra. church. A fellowship supper wn IOn family hud as Sunday guests Mr. a retired farmer Methodist and
services were held Sunday ions contest. sponsored by the served before the program. of Mr. and Mrs J. L. Feagle of e and Mrs R. W. Sherwood and native of Branford.
for Jesse C. Collins 'It, of eemm l, prtgram.In The kindergarten and primary Branford family of Jacksonville Mr and The funeral war held tn the
Zolfo Springs. Mr. Collins died the hone* ...w.... Mr. children, led by Mri. Jim Blggert Fletcher and Fettle were takento Youth : Mrs II, S. Sherwood and Mrs Branford Methodist Church with
Friday in a Wsuchula hospital and )In. T. L. Dortelt a.oILnnt and Mra Wilson Suggs gave their a Lake City hospital and then Go CarolingThe Donder of Atlantic Beach Mr burial In Oak Grove Cemetery
following an extended lllneaa. He place boners and Mr. and Mrs.A. program under the Chrlstmat to St. Vincent! Hospital In Jack- Young People of the First and Mrs Colin Williams of Lake Survivors Include a daughter
was a resident of Branford for Jack rhlllipe were, chewa aateeond sonvllle. where they are reportedin Baptist Church in Branford enjoyed City, C D. William of Newberry, Mri Grace P. Wood of Jackson
several! yearn.Surrivon place winner tree.Young fair condition with broken Mr, and Mra. Charles William vllle
people of the church a Christmas party Thursday ; two sisters, Mra Eva Lane
Include the widow, In tile bulnew 'aecttoa. Drmaf presented a candlelight worship bones and lacerations. night. The group met at the and ton of Lakeland, and Mrt. of Tarpon Springs and Mri.Florrte .
Mra. Date Collins: eight tons .rd Gas sod Eleetrle won fleet service entitled "One Great e church and went caroling Lola Williams and Minnie rtill- Davis of Newberry' ; six
Marvin Collins of Richmond. Va. prize.. The Sawannee County Light", directed by Mra. W. B. Mrs. Thompson Ha!* On returning to. the church pot of Branford.MlM grandchildren and seven great-
Estell Collins of Branford Mickey Uhrary and Health Depad rent Ware. Scott Ware was narrator they played games, exchanged I Fat Parker student at grandchildren.
Collins of Sanford. Jim and J. C. wen second prise. for the program and Charlene Annual ClaM Party gift, and were served refresh- Florida State University Is apendIm Pallbearer' were Drew Holmes .
Collins of Wauchula. Eugene Collins Owen ,Mted the *ut-..f-Uwn. Suggs was pianist The Fiddle and Golden Circle menu. About 20 young people' and the holiday at home with her Randall Holmes, Ernest Holmes
of Arcadia and Gary and Judges a* aping they had avery n Sunday School cltsura of the leaden, Mra. Allen Price, Mra. parents Mr. and Mrs Marion Loran Terry Worth Terry and
Dan Collins of Zolfo Springs; diff salt time In deriding First Baptist Church In Branford Leon D. Hatch and Carroll Hall\ Parker. I Cleo Terry I
three daughters Mra. Manuel the winner betaue ., the Crews Will Speak| held their annual Christmas party attended the party Mra. LoU Wllllami spent a few James B. Daniels Funeral Home \
Bernardo of Branford. Mrs. Da many onUUndlng deeeratloni \ last Tuesday night at the home days this week visiting her daughter of Stanford was l I. charge \
Odom of Palette and Mra. Linda In both times and ....-*. To Men's dub of Mra. Bill Thompson near Bran- and family, Mr and Mrs R 0 I
I Thompson of Green Cove Spring; The Branford Area Men's Club ford. The home was attractively Scout Plan Party W. Sherwood In Jacksonville. Figureheads that adorned tall-
t three brothers and three sisters will hold the regular monthly decorated to carry out the holidaytheme. For New Y..ar'* Miss Elaine Griffin, student at fang ships In the Itth century
including Mri. Floosie ,Byrd of Boanl Will 1trn'Ras meeting Monday night January I Troop BO of Branford will havea Florida Butt University, la spend evolved from the ancient ..1'ot
} Branford Executive Board of the I, at 1 pm.. in the Woman Club During the evening, Mrs. Lewis New Year'a Eve party and hay log the holiday at home with her decorating bows t 0 lure friendly
Services were held In the Branford Woman's Club will meet building Supper will be served Bell gave the devotional and Miss ride Friday night for Its member" parent. Mr. and Mri Curtis spirits aboard. %
'. Church of God in Zolfo Springs Wednesday afternoon. January 5, Francis Ward president, urges Fannie Duncan led the group In and their friends. The party will
m mIf at 3:43 p.m. In the club building all members and Interested elUi- prayer Guests exchanged lifts begin at I pm. at the Scout Hut
you don t believe anything,! Mra. R. 0. Griffith eta to be present for thla meet Mra. Thompson served an assortment
The will of ,
consist
party games
there's no law to make you. i rgea aa members to be prt'lidtnt'l ing. of cakes cookies can dancing, and refreshment There SAWS SAWS SAWS
Paul Crews, county agent win dies punch, and coffee About will be a regular meeting Thursday
) present the program. He will dts- forty attended
night for the Troop BO members.
CUll the proponed<* recreation area .
Circular-
Hand Miterbox Chain
SUWANNEE BLOCK CO. -
at Suwanne Spring. Mr*. Cheney lIo"t ,
Rebuilt Retoothed Sharpened 3.* .. Sal..
N. Walker Avenue. r
Holiday Social WhopperStrangest
This Is A Reminderthat
THESE PRICES LOADED Off YOUR TRUCK The Women ef the Presbyterian of all the fishes In Carbide Tipped,Saws Our Specialty
the Church In Branford met recentlyat the sea la the mammoth ocean
3/8x48x96 SHEETROCK .... ... $ 1.50 Per sheet BRANFORDSTATE the home of Mri. HowardCheney 'lunftsh. reaching weights up to a Lawn Mowers Repaired Blades Sharpened and Balanced
37x50 6/8 AWNING WINDOW 17.50 Each for a Christmas social. ton or more. Its huge body it all\ WE MK: SAW TECHNICIANS
3/16 Prefinlahed' PLYWOOD. 3.95 Per Sheet Rev, Bruce Beardslry gave an h..d. being abruptly cut off behind Free Pickup and Uellvery Service
1/4 Preflniihed PLYWOOD...... 4.80 Per Sheet up BANKWILL nterestlng program Attending the dorsal and anal fins. In
.. pile of Its .1.., the fish feeds
FULL were Mri. W M. lo ell. Mrt. on
THICK INSULATION
68.00 M
PRE-HUNG DOOR UNIT:?'...... 16.00 Monday BE January CLOSED 3rd "Everett'ra. R.Howell M. Chandler Mrs W,Mri.F. Howell.Bruce &tiny lo marine aquatic biologists organisms at according Marine TRI-STATE SAW WORKS

When In Need of Bulldinf Material (CP) Call Paul ,For A Beardsley. "'rs. Frank Norris, land of Florida. It hat long put- n.." I Live Oak florid
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and Mrs Martinet.Mra. sled naturalists to eiplaln how a
Tel. 362-1 S31 or 362.2873 Legal Holiday Cheney served' her guests fish of such huge proportions ran hMifs IIMIII- HMIlt

LIVE OAK, FLORIDA I MEMBER FDIC sandwiches fruit cake, coffee I find enough of this minute food J! LIVE OAK'S NEWEST BUSINESS
t and fa. I to maintain its bulk I.
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LADIES' BETTER KNITS!
MEN'S JACKETS REDUCED

DRESSES! SUITS! Fall Dress Spectacular Regular $10.95 to $35


b Were $23 to $45 .$16 to $30

A wonderful selection of mart fall drench, 1/3 OFF

of knit casual and fathlon auiU from", ahlfU.your shirtwaist favorite deolfnert 2 and WERE $9.99 TO $15.00 NOW $5 TO $1 0 I"' group of corduroy quilted nylon,

3 pee Bulb Included. sue le trimmed, and cotton poplin.


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Tucked Front A Line Long or Short Sleeve Solid Print .

Ladies' Better Blouse and Shirt Year-round Fabric Sizes 3 to 13 Size 8 to 20 Men'* Famous Brand


Reg. $4 to $7 . $2.97 to $4.97 Cotton Dacron and Cotton Blend Long Sleeve Sport Shirt


Blouse bonanxa You'll want to purchase Regular $5
I Treat yourself to a new dreaa for the holld.,. swoop up several value for fIft-fIvlnr
Mveral of these lovely I styles, Including roll
tool You hart never ten such an array of smart fashions by one of your favorite maker 99
.. long aleeve styles. In happy print* $$3
and good color Size 30 to 38. and at amazing aavlnf tool' A wonderful choice of town and style _. real money-aver, .
all! Complete .1'.. and style selection.Men' .



Our Most Famous Maker Junior Sportswear Coordinate Reduced!

SAVE! Ladies Drew Coat and Boys'Sport Coat

SWEATERS AH .100% Regular $14.95 to $65.00

Baaic ba.u.N .ssd.l Rer" $34. ........(ISRef.
SKIRTS Wool I and 1-3 1 OFF

Beautiful .Ia-ttu..M.. .d f0 15Luiarioua BLOUSES Dyed To 1/3 OFF


you'il: be proud 100%to own'Imported year cashmere front now that SLACKS Match Regular $4 to $15 )f", '. tile 3& to 44 shorts,Ire**., lonfaiHoy
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LADIES FASHION HEADWEAR Big Boy*' Sweater And Jac1I eta<< .MEN'S FALL SUIT SAVINGS! SAVE! Men' Dress Slack

It.I- *4 to sin Regular $5.99 to $14.95 Regular $49.95 to $125.00 Hy HUmiARD and IIAGGAK

l''' ChooM from our complete* selection. of
plain' and pleated front model
iiOFFDozena 1 1/3 OFF 20$ OFF
Kefular $ '.tt to ".'1) .......... ... fS I

Our entire at/xli redteed for this once.e.year Uvular 110.94 ..... ... ....?................... $7
of styles to choose* from.You'll, want Our Entire Stock Reduced to Clear iIit. CM**** from a complete. election' oft Re 'ulr 1 12..35 ..........I?........................ $9
.ereral at thia .riD g t lee and alee, *. JUruUr U! 4.U .............._.........._....... $10.



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PAGE TEN SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1965



(9f9mielted t& I .,. Engagement Announced I Here And There i--



Mr. and Mrs. J. Marvin Phillips transferred from Port Jackson,

WOMeNCLARA Sr., and son Jo, spent Christ- S. C., to Fort Sill. Okla.. for the
I mas night In Sanford with their balance of his training. Pvt.
son-in-law and daughter Chief Montgomery spent Christmas here .
and Mrs. Henry Skinner. with his parents Mr. and Mrs. 8. -
Mr and Mrs. J. Marvin Phillips -
E. Montgomery Jr.
S. WADSWORTH Society Editor
Jr.. and daughter Cheryl
Spending Christmas here with
spent Christmas night in Jacksonville -
Mr. and Mrs. Winston Rogers
Miss Williams Given Informal Coffee with Mrs. Phillips' parents were Mr, and Mrs. Burt Rogers
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rod-
Miss Wynyard Williams, bride- and compotes of party foods were and Wlnson and Kate, of Atlanta.
The silver servicewas gers.Mr. Oa. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rogers and
elect of January, was the inspira- on the table. and Mrs. Emmett Hollandof
last at end of the Becky, of St. Petersburg Mr and
tion for an Informal coffee placed one Hawklnsvllle. Oa.. spent the
Wednesday morning at the home table and presided over by Mrs. 1/ I Christina week: end, with their Mrs. John King H and Julie, of
of Mrs. Ralph Cox on Pearl Ave- John Castleberry. r son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Jacksonville, and Miss NeY "oI-
nue, when Mrs. Cox and her The hostesses presented the Mrs. Frank Putch Jr. ers who will leave Sunday for "
daughter, Mrs. C. W. Ooff Jr., of honoree with gifts. I Mr. and Mrs. Joel Boatrlght of Valdosta State College Valdosta',
Jacksonville entertained In her Among the forty-five Invitedwas Athens. Oa. spent Christmas here Oa.Miss
honor. Mrs. J. D. Williams, mother with Mr. Boatrlghfa mother. Mrs. Carol Ann Lyons left ;.I
Seasonal decorations were used of the honoree. Oneal Boatrlght .and. Mrs. Boat- Jacksonville recently by plane for .
throughout the home.A right's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Washington D. C. where she will
green cloth covered the refreshment Mahone Rees. be employed by Melpar Electronics. -
table which was cen- ARRIVALS :i David Montgomery of Gordon .
tered with a floral design In white,, Military College, Barneavllle Oa. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Putch 8r..
silver, and shades of red in a .;, I* spending the holidays with his spent Christmas Day In Jacksonville -
footed silver bowl. Sliver trays parents Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Montgomery with Mr. Putch's brother-in-
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n [ Jr. law and sister, Mr. and Mrs
s f6 '
rC Pvt. Bill Montgomery has been Newt Ward. {
elke-nrannon
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Marriage Mrs. Stephen Bishop announces I .z. Pine Level .. il ilMr. ,

the marriage of her granddaughter .
and Mrs. Carl Tressler Julia fit
Diana Lynn Engelke to Horace Suwannee County Mr. Lepper Friday morning.Mr.
Alexander Brannon Jr. of Hospital : pent Christmas Day with Mr. and Mr*. Gerald Ountnerof
this city i- .b and Mrs. L. P. Fortitcf. TItusville spent Saturday night
Mr. Brannon Is the son of the Stephen Craig Dover ; .. : &: :;.: .: Mr. and Mrs Drew Holmes with Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Portner)
late Mr. and Mrs. H. A. BrannonSr. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dover announce 411:0: "1., ,'e., k." ;. ...... 't visited Mr. and' Mrs. R. H. Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes
., of this city. Miss,Engelke is : the birth of a son, Stephen ':.. :'& ,i '.h>'l .. _)o, In Lake City Wednesday night. visited Mr. and Mrs Avon Mc-
the daughter of James Raymond Craig Dover, on December 13. !1< "" "'''111 j .L....... and Mrs. W. B. Clark and Mullen Friday night.
Engelke of Milwaukee, Wls, and Mrs. Dover is the former Linda children visited Mr. and Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Parker visited
Mrs. Rosella Caroline HIbbard of Arnow. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin W. TI11U, 90S Sooth Uth St. Falatka. B. Clayton Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Portner
Toledo, Ohio. announce the engagement of their daughter, Joyce, to II. J. Mr and Mrs Drew Holmes, Saturday night
The bride attended Buwannee Paula Annette Jones Evan Jr. Palatka. son of Mr. and Mr* II. J. Evan of Live Oak. spent Christmas Day with Mr. Mr .and Mr. Gordon Keeling.
High School and Is a 1962: graduate Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Paul The wedding will be an event of February fifth In the First and Mrs. Ernest Holme Mr. and Mr. Wayne Brannon.
of American School, Chicago Jones announce the birth of a Baptist Church of Palatka. Mr and Mrs William Moore and Mr and Mrs. Willis Howell
Ill. The groom also attended Su daughter Paula Annette Jones on Christmas Day with Mr.
The bride-elect was a cheerleader and Homecoming Queen at pent were supper guests of Mr.,and
wannee High School. December 14. Mrs. Jones is the PaUika Illth School from which ahe graduated and Mrs. H. M. Moore. Mrs. Drew Holmes Saturday y
In UI3. She attended
The wedding was an event of JacksOn. visited
former Tommie Jean Mr. and Mr Edward Fore night.
St. Johns River Junior College and I ? tt p
November 12 in Lake City. presently employedby
Mr. and Mra. L. P. Portner
Palatka Federal Savings and Loan. W. R. Holmes and son? Wallace
..............................., Alicia Marie Sullivan Mr. Evans graduated from Wednesday night of Jacksonville are spending ,
Snwannee High School Valdosta and Mrs. Drtw Holmes
Sullivan Mr
Mr. and Mrs. Joe C. a few day with Mr. and Mr,
announce the birth of a daughter State College and Is presently a eoaeh of the Junior Varsity Teamat were supper guest of Mr. and Drew Holmes.
Alicia Marie Sullivan, on December Palatka High School and Is a mathematics Initrnetor Mrs. Willie Howell Thursday ."'.
New Year!
Happy 16. Mrs. Sullivan Is the night. .SA. I
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lepper and INCREASE: NEEDED Ak
Jenkins.Baby
former Betty Lou TOPS e
Ellis: C. Baker On I IS JOURNALISMFirst children spent Christmas Day Florida will have to wcWtaHf f

Carroll CC Cutter 'Delta place honor went to the with Mr. and Mra. J. W. Platt. vegetable production 38 percentto
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey CarrollJr. University of Florida's School of Mr. and Mr, Leslie Parker ofSt. supply the predicted Mpyj>
., announce the birth of a son Seaman Ellis C. Baker. USCO.son Journalism In the 1184-85 William Cloud are spending the holidays Uon of the U. 8 In 1880. says The
on December 14 Mrs. Carroll Is of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Baker of Randolph Hearst Foundation here visiting relative Florida Fruit and Vegetablt Association
the former Esther Cannon. Route 9, Live Oak, Is currently Awards contest Eight student Mr. and Mr*.' Drew Holmes -
deployed to Ocean Station "Delta" captured 10 cash awards during were supper guests of Mr*. J. H. -..
James Henry Olivia aboard the Coast Ouard Cutter the monthly Hearst competition. Reynolds In Live Oak Friday
a Mr and Mrs. Johnnie William Chlncoteague operating out of m O I II I lint.Mr. For a jrood buy on read?
Ollvle announce the birth of a Norfolk Va *. J. B. Wilson of Astatula made drapes In several r. _
son James Henry Ollvle, on De- As an ocean station vessel the Cart Of Thank i u spending the holidays here with sizes and colors. Also mo-'
cember 18. Mrs Ollvle 1 Is the cutter rotates with other cutters, We would like to express our I relatives. bile home oil heaters
see
former Betty Shaw. standing month-long watches at thank to our friends and relatives Mrs. Louise McKnlght and
,.....- sea The vessel collects weather doctor and minister who son. Aaron of Jacksonville visited Morrell Salvage
John Harold Blnkley in data forlie by transoceanic have placed an abundance of Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Portnrr t
Mr. and Mrs. J H. Blnkley Jr., flights and provides a navigational prayer, card, gifts, flower, and Saturday nliht. MfCH MORE
announce the birth of a son John checkpoint for aircraft by their time during Cat y's Illness Mr and Mrs H. M. Moore were
I' Harold Blnkley III, on December confirming positions through radar We hope that you will be blessed business visitors In Perry Monday. WAYNE MORRELL
18 Mrs. Blnkley Is the former "fixes" and sending radio for your kindness during her time Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Parker r.ar Mlles West Lake City .
Sharon Skeen. beacon navigational signals. of sickness.The pent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. On Plnentrant Read .-..
Arley Hurst Family B. P. Hires. Fhn 7SS-SSI1 .
Joe Earl Robinson II (Renew Tour Subscription) Paid Notice) Mrs. Drew Holmes visited Mrs.

Mr. and Mrs Joe E. Robinson
MAY '1966 BEHARMONIOUS announce the birth of a IOn Joe .
Earl Robinson, on December 21. ;tie; :

Mrs.garet Robinson Ammons.is the former Mar- n A

WL'up '
fcy
Windy Lee White
w/ J. (Red) PRATHER Mr. and Mrs Robert White to

BENNIE WYNNER. announce the birth of a daughter ,
Windy Lee White, on December I.
M. (Bob) CASON 24. Mrs. White is the former

Wanda Corbett 20 %

RED'SBarber Marlon Michelle Jolly .
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edwin
Jolly announce the birth of a .
Shop daughter, Marlon Michelle Jolly,' SAW>E st.oo'w
on December :24. Mrs. Jolly Is the
................................ former Owynelle Ball.PARKER'S II "llvinro snkh
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lving" tort' lint

3P.M.'til 11 P.M. r.. 'f'only"-ts.
Sunday... ; ar r9ISUS
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Monday 10 A.M. 'til 9 P.M. .,L.31A..OAIle LIft&1htofts

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SA\'t SLOB
DRIVEINWorth
rt.ytu ansdtLycra .&h

$1.00 on the purchase of a USl-cadre itf.StttHoWJn only

CHICKEN BOX. power fat wool

16 pieces of chicken worth $3.95 Math owl-machinewaihable

Now $2.95 with this coupon ref Stls Girdle;ranry only


I................I EAres.January.. .1/..19'.1aPti ............... DEPT.U.:=leg Panty(ita**)

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4.. Fruit Cocktail 41./
T* Rta 2/23 303 BUSH KALE. COLLAHOS MUSTARD OR

( i". Reg 59' Gt. Size White'Arrow 1 Turnip Greens 3/29i/

49 or Now Blue' REGULAR 3S< 44-ot. CAN LIBSY
, t D'cnii D Tomato Juice 3/89x/

I1 MW REGULAR /Sr U-oi. CAN THRIFTY MAID
REG 83e SAVE 14t! Corned Beef 39
GT. SIZE I

. ,r Matches 10
69'Fancy U.I. DIXII DARLING

; Rice 39*
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t REGULAR 39< I 14.1. CRACKIN GOOD woCWA SWIOH

Cookies 31./
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REGULAR, 49< 2-LB. CRACKIN' GOOD;
: ', QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
::{fir SAVE4? '+ .PRICES IMII.1111, GOOD(TO.I THRU*.IN*.-DECEMBER MYtl...-31ST... Fig Bars . 39x
REGULAR 29' *2Vi CAN STOKELY HALVES OR SLICED REGULAR 231 22.... SEE-ALL

:...f: 1 Peaches! A/1/ Blackeyed Peas 19x

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mfl REGULAR 29r .204/. DIxIE| DARLING '
Bar-B-Q BreaJiu2.3(
REGULAR 2/49 *tt CAN LIBBY VIENNA ;


Sausage. 51./ TEA REGULAR 49 BAGS. 01X11 HOMI

REG 27 ROLL PKG. VANITY FAIR PRINTED

< > D STO ,Bath Tissue 191 41 CT.'KG... 391

Go. Foti G Ent!

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.. fof your tM t.nr.nl.nt.f f I 1 .
t/ START THI NEW YIAR RIGHT ILACKIYI PIAS AND REG It 1.99 2H.LB, BOX COOK QUIK CUBE (Save 30< Box)


. t j Hog Jowl I Steaks $169 f


": WD BRAND REG 59' LB (SAVE 200) GROUPER

\ REEF SALE EE !a KIND'THEGOOD LUCK LB. 39, t I Fillets L' 39, "

CHela w.o BItANO .m POT I

toast . La. 5 8; ....................................................1....................................................
l CHOICE) w.o bRANo SLIP ROUND BONE SHOU.OII .
TAKNOW cnimo Mr ORUF ilb ft9 W 0 1'onJ 100 r>*.5t.a..p/./Co>4M

toast. I e la. 68Ham 3 "" 1. Sausage*. 39/ Gr., Beef .' 's19t
l ;HOla W.ONO PLATE .
REG Nr IB COTILANO (iAVt 10.) 2II MO l i KG. fHILADfLPHIA CREAM
.eef Stew La. 29; Bologna L'. 59x Meat Loaf 9B/ Cheese 29

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P.. \ I Biscuits 4/29// Br'weiger 39' Capons LI. 49/> i


SL8L ND GL& FlESH AU. WHITE FLORKIA
5-LB BAG ALL PURPOSE
Larg Eggs 2 Dot =1e
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DON'T FO GET. ; ; I U. S. No. 1 REG. WHITEPotatoes
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TO CLIP THESE ; I ( wItNS1AAU 1 t
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FREE ST MPSI } """"""
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1 r E M STAMIS q I I EXT NI WIlN S1AMP1 tqIII Tomatoes 2/3/ 9 10

der = !10.1.1rG CXXIAHA GOOD CAN full Of "C*
/ ...o ... 1 1 mss: ...h.,.... ,1 1. / WITH MOO J9l MACXITE ORANGC t ,
= = -- "' Peas .51'1. .10/=1. j
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Berries 41 1. Drink 39<
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1 I EXTR I E7crA ,......s-I. '-. N T.teNr : GREENS '. 3/l. SOUR CREAM 45
fIM 1TAAIP>) / IK WN 1TAMPS / Worth / ..,.. ,..... .
C.+ c.-- : MM Kft OUIAHA TIllCW 4 300 fe W -.-0..s.-- CJ I I ': PUNCH . 5/l.
s.;,:r A "'" c.-c;...,rw J,e.. SQUASH 3/$1. .
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