Suwannee Democrat

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Suwannee Democrat
Place of Publication:
Live Oak Fla
J.E. Pound
Creation Date:
December 2, 1965
Weekly[ FORMER <1897-1928>]


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
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The Live Oak Suwannee Democrat is one of the oldest continuously published weeklies in the State of Florida. It began in 1884 in Live Oak, which at the turn of the century was the fifth largest city in Florida, preceded only by Jacksonville, Pensacola, Tampa, and Key West. The Suwannee Democrat enjoyed a corresponding reputation as a journalistic leader in the state. As its name suggests, the newspaper in its early days was affiliated with the Democratic Party. Its first editor hid under an assumed name when he was suspected of murder. A deathbed confession by the actual perpetrator allowed him to resume his true identity: F.R. McCormack, about whom, however, little else is known. From 1906 through 1907, the Suwannee Democrat was supplemented by the Live Oak Daily Democrat, edited by Charles W. Irwin. The rural character of early 20th-century Suwannee County, well known for its grist and lumber mills and poultry farms, is visible in the pages of the Suwannee Democrat. Indeed, over the years the newspaper has won numerous awards from the Florida Press Association for the quality of its agricultural reporting. Fires have taken their toll on the Suwannee Democrat. In 1906, a disgruntled printer left Live Oak by railroad on the night that the newspaper’s offices were burned to the ground. In October 1995, a fire destroyed a historic block of Live Oak’s downtown, and the newspaper’s office was one of the casualties. Lost in the fire were the last known issues of the Suwannee Democrat dating from 1897 through 1900.
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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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\TH1NKING\ OUT LOUD !, F Millage, Trustees Local Officials Ask $740,529

NUb UJ C. WaiworthTuesday's At Stake TuesdaySuwannee
election. j For Live Oak Vo-Tech School

Voter of this county .W'P to County voters will go to the polls next

the poll Tuesday: to decide three Tuesday Dec. 7, to vote in an important special electionfor
matter, all of which pertain to school millajre and trustees. I. More State Funds Requested For

the county's; school system.: All registered voters will have a chance to decide Claylantl Presented With Flag

To be decided I Ia whether or not whether to abolish the office of school trustee in Suwannee Second Phase Of Construction
we shall continue to lure school County M hays other counties In
trustees. and) the mlllagt to be Florida. Ballot will also be easton to have his name printed on the School Supt. Henry M. Folsom traveled to Tallahassee .
trustee election ballot. Contwquantly. / -
granted for operation of the
the election: of school trustees"Who I
vote Tuesday to make application for 9740,529.60 In con
schools. will take office ahould the : anyone wishing to
candidate for school struction funds for the building of the first phase of a
The third iasut at stake la the proposal to abolish UM office in favor of a
naming of trustee In order that trustet will write In his candi vocational-technical school at Live Oak.

there win be persona to serve In ailFreeholder date's name on the ballot He presented a rough construction plan and proponed'
are to vote on a
event the voters deddt not to Five registered voters must petition curriculum for the school to begin
abolish the office of school trus recommended: 10 mill tax for the school board IS day operation January 1967, I plans from the Suwannee County
the county school budget If a 'I official call for the maximum
tee. prior to tile trustee election to The plana resulted from meet
freeholder doe not favor the 10
state funds
available. 1300,000. to
have a candidate's name plnt.ed'on Ing with the Vocatlonal-Tcchnl
mill, he write in the amountof
may be
supplemented with 4o.s2D.
Thus in a dlacusskm of the the ballot. i cl Advisory Commute, and work
questions on which we will volt mlllace he advocate All precinct In the county: will by FoUom and School Supervisor 00 of federal fund This money
Colored ballot will distinguish be from r will cover construction of th* first
I think the two dealing with trustee open 7am.to7pm.for Leroy Dowdoln last week following
the three separate election: phase of the school some 41,*
should be considered togetb/ the .pedal election. Any registered notification from the State
er The question of abolishing white ballot art for the proposal voter may vote on tile pro '. "' $ t Board of Vocational Educationthat iao square feet of floor space In a
to abolish the trustee blue bal- ., '.'. ; .'* level building.
trustees !U a matter that needed : poaal to abolish tht trustee position "...: ') the Initial request for funds,
action of the Board of County; low art for election: of trustees: and on the election of (rut- ': :.l! and Initial& construction and cur.rlculum The building will house an admtnlitratln -
and green ballot will be used for tee. due December suite and Instrue
Commission to call the election i : '" : plant were
for special electioN such a* this ; the mlllage election: I Only: freeholder, person having f 'J .:. ; : ; I. tional space for fire general areas
art function of th County; Henry; U. FoUom. superintendent paid or subject to payment 'i'I} :: .;' >' ': Proposed vocational school of vocational education: Indus
Commissioner of public Instruction. said ot ad valorem Use on real or ..i. I. trial, general basic education

I egret with many that the u e- Wednesday that no petition had I' personal property; may vote InUM ,. agriculture and related fields
tulnea of trustee ha passed and been turned In to qualify a person mlllagt election. .. Thurston McLeran business courses, and dUtrtbutlon.
that function of trustee. could I $..,.... ....nel Phase

better be discharged by the Boardof Plans also all for a second
Pubes Instruction Teacher 25 r f'IriIrr Mobilization Wins Award As phase with a projected 00111 of
1697.600, The second would
recommendations now the phase

main *function and custom of trustee have watered Procedure 52 Answer Roll Call At Reunion '. -- Best Tree Farmer state require funds an additional the allocation$800,000 of of

down their ,authority and today 1.- Darn narred and narvey Babe. tram len, members af the Live Thurston McLeran of Wellborn which would haw to dear the
then appears little the trustee Of Guard Company I Here I Saturday I Oak Elks Lades Americanltm ttmmlttet, an seen presenting anlattrleaa pioneer tree firmer In Buwannrt 1961 Florida Legislature The
other17,600 for the secondphat t
can do other than advise. i flag to Mr*. I. T, Carter, aaalstaot priaelpal. and TktraaavTarrea. County, wa p"lfInledM "B..tTret
When an former school districts They came from'far and near to gather here Saturday -, supervising principal, far the Garland Elementary flehttlto Farmer Award" at the KI- asked from 'ecllralIOUI'CH.
la the county: wen combined Into and the at their memories associate ,
tugs names "'pIa,. (Democrat Staff Fhoto) wants Farm-City WHir Banquet
tat and the entire county placed and faces brought smiles to many for 25 years have last Wednesday at the Coliseum. The second phase of construe* I
In a angle. district the need for lion would adjoin the first phase,
McLeran presented the
elapsed since Company 'E". 124th Infantry, this eounty'aunit i and hount &Instructional clues-
trustee for the various school contribution to the armed forces that fought World Astral" Period Granted award by T. J, MrKetthtn. also a room and shop for: occupational
districts begin to wane.
War n: left Uvt Oak for UM --- tree farmer her*. McKetthen eliI'dMelA'r.n
I homemaking,
drafting auto body
The prernt trustee X am told to arms just 2ft year ago for having' the largestand I
of the then
agree to boUshment a* a step I.. Uon wilds Camp UNS.roCODlLruo-I Fifty-two answered the roll can Simmons And McPherson Found oldest stand of planted ptnm repair., air conditioning and heatIng I

forward end the fact no i OM Many stood. and dared when Hartey Brown went down In Buwanne County, a 'beautlfu carpentry, and practical
qualified to have his name placed ; to remember. Others the 111 man roster used back on Of Grand stand of pines" located just ea.t nursing
aomeont Guilty LarcenyCharles Courses In the second
on th* ballot I* a good Indication Identified an ..hL And *U Nov: II. 1940 when they were of Wellborn which will be 10 years phasecould ,
were bt taught at night a
of th feeling the majority of the '
mustered Into Burnt did
service. old In January U"
enjoyed an opportunity to vial Simmons and Kenneth Roy McPherson won limited bash In eiiitlitg claaa I
peopto la th* county not leavt .with the. company due In addition to 10 acres of plant.4 *
with UM wn wh* uses s4es
'!bUll I feel wt should n sang; to various enema. mainly physl. found guilty In Circuit Court last Wednesday of grand tr.... tt well noted that Mo ronms. They could not be offend
"s with th oodem'trend and vow eaJ. for when UM company land. larceny in the and entering of the Uv Oak Coca Ursa maintains a Its acrt natural full time however, without new

' to abolUh trustee. Military Doll Set I ed at Blending then were. eight Cola bottling plant September 25 stand of long "leaf ale&h, eonstnietton.rint. S ,
then i officer and OS enlisted. men fcr a I The day before the verdict was returned on Simmons and loblolly: pint. View Bit FavaredTh
Howtver. a ballot an For Dec. 18 Here total 01101.Drown and McPherson William R. Copeland .s proposed alas for the vocationaltechnical
win be handed that provide Tht anal Mmury Ban bU I announced that J II of who was Indicted with them school complex
spaces for voter to writ In three bee* sacks year ky .... t/ftotr that who left In 1MO wen lolled for th* crime, wa released. from I Chauncey Indicted Memorial l Service At to a tract near the Fin View
name a. trustee I know of noon sad BM* .f th* Pest .1 the In action and that seven have eut ctt, It was found that the \ School where u.IUUlII.h
seeking such vote Thus aU Oak. nirMa Army NaUmalOurd died since releaat from service ot evidence wa Insufficient to eon' KlliaAHIIC<< Siinilur student* will more Into their new
qualified voter of the county become + will kt e. ....,..,, after the end of the war Unue Copeland'i trial |1 For 2nd Degree Services! will be held Sunday, building this January. The final

eUglbto for writeins.It Eeee ker la, CttoMl. GetrgtM. t Many; went on to become of Judg R. II. Row ranted the I Dre. I commemorating Elk: Me selection of th* site. will not bt
should be pointed. out that an Date rented ......... fr Seen and have 'now retired after. attorneys for Simmons and MeFhenon i mortal Day finalised, according/ to JIcJ..cIoln.until ,
voter. la the county are eligible lid event said Wr tbto week. I'' M year amice and a number a 11-day period to flit Murder Monday The program win begin at 1110al : / slat. official com In January
to seeder. the two ballot dealing ...*** for t.. affair, wbkkto remained on actlva duty as enlisted for appeal before sentencing Live Oak Lodes I US and all to study the area.
with trustee ky .....1.&.... win kt rewvMedky men to em 20 year Afar < In ears heard Monday. Judge Elks: wives, and widows of d.. Approval of proposed. course of
..... Setback Oft...., The Buwanntt County Orand erased Elk: an. especially urged
Ih* *
I a* I* known there U no member Row sentenced Charles Parker study and construction plan will
Xa the matter of mfllag ., ... ... II wld held Jury: Indicted Marvin. W Chaunray to attend Th public to also in.
come UIe. kt the
of I HO company still on'i' McCoy to II month In the state axoond have to torn from th* State
tie dUfrrenc at ta.. NaUMul Guard Armory I I active duty with the Army,, prison McCoy: pled guilty: to a U.murder of Fatmouth. of lie to riled to attend. UM>.. service: Board of Vocational Education: of
degree Monday
Hen only thoa who pay real or .. tstt Nrwktm ..... Colonel Albert E. Durr-U who forgery chart, according to the charged with the slaying of J7yearold o which Thurman, J. Bailey to Ml

nmonal property tea and an I I went to tht war aa a Second Lieutenant office of Lavauchn .....IonI, clerk Oeorila fireman. Paul Rivet/ Authority' leg director.Th !
also qualified to otherwise veto Intola !, Son Of Ilrp. And Mr*. ] recently was ordered to of the Circuit Court Martin, at the UporUmsn Icons. ; plans Fotsom' preaenUd are
county can snark a balk In I j '! active duty and la now arrvlng atO. Clarence Itoy Wlmbrrly pled| Motet Office Hereannea based on a predicted full-...
In Uvt Oak November 22
the matter of school minagt. Fuqua Din At Rfrth a F F. O for the Florida guilty to a char of aggravated I.. River. Aalkmrltytrices nrollment of 200 atudents.
A tot receipt preaented. to election A cart born to Congreaamsa and National Ouard vault on Highway Patrolman i Date for Chauneey't trial has will k* ..... I,*.. Crew During a meeting ot the A4Mt*
official er th* aiming of an Mrs. Don Fuqua' died shortly a!. Thret other mrmbera 1 not been art. but It I* reported Commit last ...11. Chairman
I'j of the C, Wright February; 20. IN, andj ntr to U.. Oak Ul ."'. a.* ory
affidavit that a person doe or let birth In the Tanahaateti MO that .ho will probably not be Weaver
company art IUD active wa sentenced to three years: Mrlng te Or HamUUii.eeallv ..- Harry appointed a
win pay taxes hen. win be sufficient Memorial HotpltaJ Tuesday, ': number of tat national Otiard probation.Tw tried this year seertlary ., the k4r.Tk four-man lut>>ommllto ta In.
to secure a ballot on this I A private funeral service was'!, lode". eases wert set for trial today I Bond weasel at 11,000 by ash .in>* wa* te*,"l"lf. I" vesllgal. the proposed alto at Fin
queation. held In Altha Wednesday morn1, Louis C Wadfworth. who en rThuraday, Attorney; Wm. Randall Slaughter ('reM lira, and wUI "...... UIk View fee th* .lotallon 0' th*
lag.Burvtrort toyed service a* a Second Urtt Bobby T Olbton. a minor, will I Chauncey ha not yet paled, ('...If ArrtfallaralC hU4- school, Those on Ih* sub-sJenmll.
Tht school board baa reeeea- I art the parent' one tenant II now a Brlcadier Oen. kt tried for robbing Ira McOhin bond according to Sheriff fluke tee art hIlL rol nm. School
mended 10 ama for UM aalOaf brother,John and a slater, Laura (... WVNIOW.: Fact s. <.*. natCITT rOtVT rue II i I MoCallUter. and .to slill In malady Mc.W.drew Dab ......- Board Chairman L. M. Crews Jr,
again this year. i ..., tMMWr and *..*l ,... B W lllv.nton. HI. and Dive
Their request to baaed on doubt
skalrni tf Ik *allMr1lr, see Austin.
oa prevent valuation and I* the GIN Club Singe For Rotarians ceased ....Int... fe Ike *... Weaver said that tbs tommlt.
maximum they e&ft'* for re* I Ing year M Nff _.... II. II.> |I... felt the sit rear th* nw high t
gartOe of property vatuea her*. tort IIf... ., filkkrM ('..M* school would be advantageous.

Tax Assessor Win Ilubbard to sew vies (............ and OtooB. *splatly> for cludent. taking a j
Oral to DOW to the process of revaluing fl I Ntward tf I ,,Un tastily. toaerlry ""ntiwd Mademle vocational
property In the county to w Ml" .lr....,.,. tours. of study
comply with current law tto bat TIM 8.w.mi*. Rlvtf Aetlwt. Th rough dt.n.f scfutruetion ,
indicated the new wake win be { ife 1, to .*k>MId by II ...Hlk. *. plan sac compiled by Bupl. Fol- f
around M mils: oa or appro*** I
b rdestag IK .*..._ and torn and Supervisor Howdoin
reply Wee Case the pent genie ,. Hl,*t% I I ,ISM vtMrcii: sciioot IMS* 01
value. ,*
County Attorney Alfred T, af I
AIM says UM roll back In ..m.are Soil t"n.I'trflll"n Ifoarti
caned: for under rrrahuUoa I"y l

UM win people.not apply to raffla voted by Awards. To Local (Citizens! To Be /

KUlafo to baaed. an budget*.
Should new valuation rosin lathe Presented At Friday 1
r Meeting
need for tower aam..... tto*

school board can aaak adjvat- several $uwann.e County farmers and workers on
anus In UM other 10 mills to-rted f behalf. of soil and water conservation will receive recoo

for vahtaUoa school an operation determined wbea. sew Tb action Friday from the hoard of *up.rvUor* of the Huwanoee J

ached budget araat bt drawn and hirer Soil and Water Conjunction District.

approved, and I ....... actwtl of* Jack Jones. owner and operator of farm. Just north j
Bdal win oanltma to operaMov pall af Use Oal. ,..* ass slMt --------

achooto wtth pradean and ..d .-rtallon Faravrr Of TwTr four fsSlLoctal. ,
Board Chairman J, Den BvMlor Houston Robtrt ,
Yofart caa ettber apprtvt' the RAM staled that UM ascii will end ReprtMRtotltt Lion MeD n- '
..t.IDI. iniinattd or writ la k* prtfjrnMd ky. J T, VKMMI tfTaOah ; *ld art ks kt ptesenUd I tottors of r .,:
.SOa** between 1 and 10 a. coca M* who teprewitU the sptireeutton for efforts kt .behalf It
feeto tbt awed to bt 'I1Ie....... Ooatfyear CorportilMi .bl.It tf soil and water ,anrvaU that to prtf ved by th* majority ....... ihs risen haoush.W I during. UM ,.. nl elon tf .he ,
wfl tttea be UM ton .ad. an the UM notion.The I Plorio UcWAtort
I'M tax toI.Milate.kdanm. .*.*..u-. sin k* .... J. W, .......... slate conr ,
an held evtry 7 S.. mbar al UM IX** O-tfl IMM. and U M. Komnca*
two yew and another mans diving; a pMll bred meeting ,i orth.. atfatlntotralor tar the lisle I !
*.4* wO be bed ta IKT.U Other award to k* rrMratedbxtwW ml CoruMrvaUoa Board, both i

Tb ........; ... ...... Ctw Oak. ..dr tat oVwrttoei .f Tb tto.*.. wM akw .* for U* Ueo Obis. "....(* pas frt* length tf avrvtet award from OJnvUto, and John Ott!. '+
., tins to reusing w,.rviiM.*. T, 1FtotttMT fin area eoaatrvallonlst from
Biy to b via*P*d IWBM MM peopto u... atrtowlt Lout Tartar Mfa4a4w ....... .. tb. R....., dob. *4 a Mds* dy .. Ib* Garde) Lid C...*,. (Oiaiiiral BUff Fktttl 1 Br. for twenty year Ls City win asit ta. presenting
CIII ....... ....
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wannee ,County, Florida

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Newspaper ResponsibilityThe FrontBy, ., 191519401955Taken '

Democrat received this week the dedicated to any cause not in the best interest Doyle E.

following: editorial written by J. M. Corn. of the people. This Is as true on the grassrootslevel ConnerThe From The FOti Of

Utah which of the country weekly as it is In the vast "
well for the Murray ( ) Eagle,
Florida Department of Agriculture THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT ,..
explains the difference between a news. domain of the metropolitan dally. I 1 18 now Intensifying its I

paper's responsibility to. its public and the The separation of the news department from efforts to locate new markets

idea that the press is a subservient tool of the revenue-producing'ones must be sharply defined broad for our itate'i farm out- 1915The local Chamber assessment Ouard first lieutenant, who wilt

those whom it seeks to inform. for a newspaper that lives in fear of eco- put.And sad of the death of train with,the unit.
We believe that Mr. Cornwell has hit nomic rebuttal or reprisal'' cannot possibly exercise just last week I was give Miss Edith Hlldreth daughter of Judge Henry Neil known u the
of County" Judge
to discuss Flor- "Father of Mothers' Pensions"will The office
editorial freedom or meet Its reportorial obligation an opportunity :
basic idea of free with C. N. Hlldreth Jr.,
the and Mrs.
upon a press, the Ida's role In world trade before Mr. be In Live Oak In the near Mack H. Padgett continued to do
respect to the privileges as* well as responsibilities to public. the Cotton Producer Association reached here Thursday afternoon future to speak on child poverty Its seasonal "land office" business
By the same token, the act of printing a' from Amerlcus, Oa., where she
of a newspaper's editorial In Atlanta. U part of a nationwide tour. In selling licenses to Suwannee
staff. Because the Democrat endorses his story carries with It the responsibility to report I was proud to report that was killed In an automobile occident County hunters, with 203 county

views, we are reprinting Mr. Cornwell'sstatement correctly and without bias. Just as objective Florida farmers are moving to the in which two others lost licenses and 84 state licenses sold

in our 'editorial columns: reporting can do widespread good, Inaccurate re- front among states expanding their lives and all but one sustained member -- 1940 this season so far.
reporting can bring untold hardship upon the In their farming exports As the of the party of seven Live Oak Elks start solicitationof
Some people regard newspapers as public nocent. world's greatest citrus production injuries funds for their annual Christmas An estimated 3,000 persons

servant Not enviable la the lot of the dedicated publisher area. Florida has been an active charity fund this week end passed thru the seven can in the
In refer to themselvesIn Captain W. J. Hlllman left. Local will be livestock, forage and forestry
fact some newspapers He must not let his judgment of right or exporter of that commodity ,for townspeople con exhibit -
this manner many year But livestock vegetables SO-oent prize for each child making tacted by members of the lodge train which stopped here
be influenced by personal friendship or
Public informers? Yes I Guardians of thepeople' wrong and other fruits are going excellent on scholarship and to aid In helping out the charity i Tuesday afternoon.
monetary gain Obviously not every person Is L. Cot- .
abroad in increasing number deportment with Mrs. J. cause with benefits to go to the
right to know? Vest I Moulders of opin- that Incorruptible. Thankfully the vast majorityare from the Sunshine State now too. trells first and second grade county's underprivileged children. 1955The

ion? Yea! and their publications have written glowing Interest has grown among Flor- classes Tuesday. Those winning
Suwannee Bulldogs took
But not public "servants! pages In the annuals of press freedom Ida producers to the point thAt the awards were Elizabeth McCormack The county's 825 cotton producers the title u Northeast Conference

A servant is a person without a will of his People have a right to expect their news.papers our state agency now feels Justl Bess Alrth. Estelle Wll- of 1940 have the privilege Champions Friday night u they

own. He Is subject to the command of others. to be free and Independent. They havea 'fled! In creating a position for a llama Elizabeth Hardee. Ruby of deciding for themselves on De- came from behind after the half

Ood forbid the free American press should ever right to demand it. in fact for only in this full-time specialist In international Oambel, Myra Clinton Chestnut Earnes- cember 7 whether they will have to beat traditional Lake City rivals
tine Barnhill Susie marketing quotas for 1941.Stiver's ,
become the servant of any group or individual. respect might newspapers be considered public marketing Marion Pound Lela Edwards, T.'. An extra point kick by
So far I have been able to
for of all the freedoms guaranteed by our con- servants. as I Tommy Olldersleeve Inez James, located Lamar Lee turned a last minute
determine, no other state has Hatchery on
stitution, freedom of the press is the only one Should the day ever come that people of this such a position Just within the and Charton Knowles the Jasper Road and belonging to i touchdown Into a kingmakerwith
lees than minute to
which can preserve the others. land can no longer believe the truth of what they past three weeks, we'filled It with Mrs. Ruth Stever was destroyed Fullback Leon one Moses ended play his

It is the responsibility of every newspaper read In the public press newspapers will have Dr. Roberto Parajon. a native of The "Florida First" Commls- by fire Thursday afternoon of last high school football career with

worthy of the name to print facts, not fiction; to failed miserably In their obligation. By then, Cuba who has considerable experience sian will be organized December week with the loss estimated at the score from the one. capping a

confine its news columns to news, not opinion, however, our nation will no doubt be too far in establishing export 10 in Sanford when combined ".000. 19-yard driver against the tough

and to dedicate Itself to building more than to down the road to oblivion to make any difference. trade for private firms commercial bodies of the state Tiger defense.
will meet to complete arrangements The Democrat's 11th annual
be He will work particularly close
destroying. The obligation of the American press to -
for a national advertising Turkey Teaser contest gets Un-
with cattle and with
What the editor thinks about any given sub- free, strong and courageous Is the greatest ressponalblllty our industry Former Governor Puller Warren .
the Florida International Trade campaign for Florida, which will derway this week with a turkey,
ject should never Interfere with his objective with which It l Is charged for upon said here Wednesday tha the
Council, the U. S Department of cost an estimated $50.000. The cash awards and subscriptionsfor
handling of the news. Responsible journalism this assignment rests the very cornerstone of Agriculture and with other states advertising will all be done In the best seta of answers received tional endorsed amendment the proposed which constitu-would

demands that he confine his personal thinking our Democracy. An Informed public will almost agricultural agenclei. publications outside of Florida .
raise State Senate membership to
to by-lined columns or to the editorial page itself invariably react correctly. One not Informed Even before Parajon's appointment and will be promoting the sttrac- 67 giving each county one senatorand

cannot accurately choose Its path. It Is this pit- we have been Instruments! Ions of this date In twenty mil- Suwannee County Jaycees voted basing the House representation -

In order to accomplish its objectives, a newspaper fall which the free press must help the American in establishing communications lion homes In the U.S.A. that they would jointly hold responsibility on population. The regular
For a of 1200 the Live Oak for local
sum the
between and armoryduring
Florida cattlemen
must be financially solvent and cannot be people avoid. meeting of the Klwanls Club was
buyers In Italy, Venezuela and Chamber of Commerce wljl be entitled the absence of the National packed to capacity to hear the
Peru We worked closely with the to mention In the advertlsng ; Ouard unit for a year's
About Extension Service at Gainesvilleand Efforts are under way to ralnln gal Camp Blending al potable. gubernatorial
7jcJli//zOt/ Tampa business leaders in raise this amount from businessmen heir meeting Monday Sherwood

That developing a program at the Port in the community. Some, in- Harvard was elected new president County Judge J. M. Ream

of Tampa last summer which has eluding the Democrat have already -, of the Junior Chamber succeeding seed 113 cases Monday,. one of
been credited with triggering a pledged their share of the Louie C. Wsdswort'. -I
the heaviest
And docket the county
surge in cattle transactions thru court huexperimcecCwhmlI.conftn .

V that port. the saslon Monday.

Certainly the current stir over
City police had a man come to
Literacy And The VoteA The Time O/ Frost foreign marketing la no passing f them this put week end and turn
fancy; undoubtedly all signs "
himself in u a soldier with eight
U.S. court decision about New York voters Right about now when "the frost Is on the point to a tremendous expansionof 1f61i41'ANte' '
years service, AWOL from Fort
will be to In punkln, and the fodder' in the shock" la as good a I
good news every state the union. exporting for Florida and U. S Dix New Jersey Robert W Smith
District Court judges have ruled that Congress time as any to say a word about the problems of farm products. was turned over to Sheriff HushLewis

went too far in the voting rights law, when it said our farmer neighbors. Harvest time and the coming For one thing the demand Pal Su 1rN who contacted Army officials

that no person should be barred from voting If he Thanksgiving Day ought to sober our thinking surely 1s there. and was picked up Tues !If
has completed six grades of an American flag for a minute as to just what America's farmers have Many nations, particularly In ,, pI4 day
Western Europe are riding a wave
school. The provision principally affects New York wrought In the past forty years or so.Lets .
of great prosperity, their citizensare Letter to farmer from the local -
City which' has thousands of Immigrants from start with a pretty staggering statistic demanding more of the "good \ '.1 ABC office are going out urging -

Puerto Rico, who have completed the required number In the last forty years, the productivity of each things of life" and no other country 1, : them to notify the office for
of years of schooling.. farm worker has Increased 600 percent It may be' Is as well equipped to supply 'i/ ; i LyyMwI0 federal assistance. with conservation -

Since' that schooling was in Spanish, the lan that there are other workers who can point to these "good thing food as t"i program on their land.
something approaching that Increased productivity, well u hard goods as the United -
guage1.of pperto Rico, however, most of the Puerto
Rican: ,have not been able upon arrival in New but darned It we can think of any Put another States Is. Suwannee High Football Coach

York,,'to pass New York State's voting require way; one worker on an American farm feeds more It's the classic case of feast-or world BID Sexton told the Jaycees at I
Famine of course in the
ment. This state rule I 18 that all voters must. be than two-and-a-half times the people he did just today and there are countries their Tuesday regular that winning luncheon the meeting Northeast

able to read and write English. twenty, years ago In truly desperate straits far; d Conference title this year
This New York rule Is so sensible In an Eng Now, let's see how that fantastic output has food was a by-product of the coach's

lish-speaking country that it seems It should not been rewarded In the past fifteen years, the shareof So we have two kinds of real job teaching character.

even be under question. With public school night a dollar for which the f.rmer.aells. his food In Friends our prosperous friends .

classes available to all who want to learn English the nation's market place has dropped more than "indeed" and our unfortunate 8tep-ah lvea la a cupboard add

it la not an unreasonable qualification. 10 percent a dime. At the same time, his costs friends "In need"There's '' 1N space and makes U easy to ace

Literacy in the language of the land, Is a necessity have lone up. If you relate,his production cost to do something a definite accommodate move afoot the to -Wba,'* stored .in .back"The .

If any voter ls to weigh the pros and cons of his gross Income, then the production costs have latter set of friends in the Interest boU weevil entered U. 8.

the persona and issues upon which he Is to vote. increased about 10 percent In the same period of humanity and diplomacy from Mexico In 183.

To give the vote to the truly Illiterate Is not to another dime. while continuing to see the -

uphold voting rights but to make a farce of the The simple arithmetic of it Is that If you take patronage of the former set

privilege of ,voting. Since passages of the voting ten cents out of,a farmer's left pants pocket and For about a decade now. the

rights law this point has been of great concern to tell him that' how much less he's going to get for "Food for' Peace" program has

responsible citizens throughout the country, his food products and then take another ten cents been administered by the Federal"
government to distribute food to
It U good that the District Court has upheldthe out of his right pants pocket and tell him that' many of the world's needy people HUNTING

constitutional rights of states to require voters to cover Increased production costs, you've left while also whittling our grain
to pass simple literacy teats him with only $80 for doing what he got $100 for surpluses down to site K) YEARS <
I r6k
Jackson County Floridan doing In 1980. But It ls apparent that Congress "

It you were getting 20 percent less In your job will be asked early next year AMD norM

today than you were getting In 1950. you'd probably tor a more aggressive program -

Worth EmulatingAN change jobs. And do you know something? About a "war on hunger modeled ONE /

OFFICIAL known as the Ombudsman hasbeen half of the people who work on farma In 1930 along similar but much more Intense I
lines.I .
a Swedish institution for some 150 year. have left them Those who have remained have .# ,
war quite Interested In Congressman
His job u Newsweek describes It, Is to pro- chemicals to Increase their crop production. Lynn Btalbaun'a observations

tect ordinary citizens against capricious bureau- Otdsden County Time regarding legislation he

crats." .e expects to support In It41.

His duties and responsibilities are firmly and Justice 1* the goal not necessarily\ the prod- "Under Public Law 480. the

plainly fixed in the Swedish Constitution duct of our courts. Food for peace program we feed

A number of other nations have adopted the people with commodities that we
sort of 'accidentally produce In
Ombudsman Idea In one form or another
The Suwannee DemocratOF surplus producing concept to a
In each Instance the aim Is to give their program In which we scientifically\

peoples some measure of protection against bureaucratic LIVE OAK FLORIDA produce commodities upon de
abuse mand.

Here It would seem. Is a cue where the United "fn th* heart o/ the SMiMiiifiM River FaJZ y A hungry world would be one of Don't carry large turns of cash on your rounds of shopping
the beneficiaries but the American
States could profitably take a leaf from Sweden's -
DANNER Consolidated LEADER
book.We Established nit August 2. 1897 Established: 1181 "We farmer art talking would about be farmers another: a loss or theft could ruin your Christmas. Paying
certainly, have no lack of capricious bu- 9..I IIab.. ETtry: Thursday at Fine a Canon Street
reaucrats. getting away from present restriction purchase by check is much
so Open regularor
And. u endleu bureaucracies grow like weeds Louie C. Wadsworth .................. PublisherT. Imposed through govern your

A, Leonard, Jr. ............................ Editor ment programs and. Instead mor-
in the spring the need for providing the plain, ordinary tog toward all-out production." 'special'checking account now at the Commercial.COMMERCIAL .
Clara S. Wadsworth ........ Associate Editor
confused citizen with protections becomes I would haw to hear more de-
Walter Lee Olive .... Advertising Manager\
ever greater Alls on the policies and mechanics
George T. (Pete) Wright... Shop Foreman
a On top of that. If the bureaucrats knew that of such a program before en-

an Ombudsman was empowered to call them to Second Class Postage Paid At Lin Oak Florida dorsint it, but I certainly encourage -

task' they would doubtless be a good deal more serious exploration of Itspossibilities
County $4.00 at this time.
careful in their relationship with the public. RATES Outside Suwannee County f 3 00 Whatever eourse ts taken. it
Lord know, nobody needs an Ombudsmanmore
the net effect U
_ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS Payable In Advance Increasing domestic
than do the people of the United States un- production and export I

der the constantly burdgeonlng bureaucratic Welfare I'm confident that far-aighted. BANK
State sometimes facetiously or erroneously : Floridians wtfl tee that they are _

referred to u "The Great Society among the -fustest with the .... ,

"The Great Society" means great for he bureaucrats IoIDmIROPI teat, IatiVEof LIVE OAK

and that's all. In circulation a dollar bin has OAK. FLORIDA
You pay the ticket they enjoy the ride.
an average life expectancy of IImcnU
Okaloosa Newt-JournalJI &.



I'I Bulldog. Grid Season. Closes Speakje YOUR "HEATH..SJ[

With 9-0 Loss To Lake City By LESra: .. i

These Are Your Questions

Large Crowd Sees Strong live ..;J

t STATISTICS MY CHILDREN are eonitantly Thee art Important only to thtphyaldan
L. Oak U City scraping their knee II who bean the reiponitMUty .
Oak Defense Thanksgiving Night Fin Dawn S, 17 a strong antiseptic iwceiaaryT of realigning the
Rushing Yardage 11 Ml Thee abrasions uiually look fractured fragment of bone
Hundreds of Live Oak fans were on hand to see the Tardy Lad Raahlng 41 I* wont and ar. moN painful *
I annual Live Oak-Lake City grid contest in Lake City Net Yards fleshing -M S7S than acrlmu. Th tear need M How lone after a child ha
Thanksgiving night as the Columbia High Tigers piled up Poses.a Attempted IS 16Panes much handunf at the icraped been exposed to a eontafloua
17 first downs but could muster-only 9 points to beat the Camplrt S S elbows and knew. disease In achool should the
bulldogs 9-0 Pawing Yardage IS MYarda For safety, clean the Ik1IaI symptoms be looked fort i y 1
I renalised I M I .urfate with The Incubation period varies I
The Bulldog went to Lake City Times renallaed t lukewarm waUr. for Ole common contagious and I
to avenge the 14-0 Iou last sea held and after three Incomplete either directly Infectlou diseases I
IOn to the undefeated Lake City passes by HarrU. Corbin punted' under the Chicken pox and German I
eleven but played: a defensive to the Lake City M. Ding Into the line to top the tap or with a measles take 14 to Jl day before
tame throughout In holding the clock, Lake City led 2.0.
Lake City marched right back washcloth. symptoms begin to appear.
Tiger to one touchdown and a to the Bulldog 38 and Theron Live Oat kicked off to the Tiger MUd soapsuds For measles. the Incubation
safety, | Baa Intercepted Green's pas on at halftime and they moved' help to clean period la eight to 10 day*.
After Lake City Intercepted the Live Oak 17 and ran 47 yard thru the line In IS play with the surface of Diphtheria, fortunately al- 1
Corbln'a pas on the third play of to the Lake City 26 before being Parnell and Thomaa ahartng the Imbedded dirt--- mot nonexIiUnL occur two to
the ball tame the Tiger marched hauled down. Corbln pawed 12 ball carrying to the 11 and Halfback II Dr. Cofemaa i\d-ftL'\ five day after expoture.
from the Live Oak 49 to the 4 yard to Baa to the 14 but two Jerry Green scoring over left Since simple Mump take between 14 and
yard line with Fullback Jerry plays later End Steve Chamber. tackle. Green kicked the point abrasions affect only the outer SI day. h
Parnell and,Halfback Steve Crawford lain intercepted Corbin' pus on and ended the scoring for the layer of the akin, the deeper Whooping cough usually
carrying.: A five yard penaltyfor th. Lake City II. The half ended night at '-0. layer rarely become Infected. take one week.SomeUmes .
delay and a five yard Iou by with Quarterback Johnson run- The remainder of the ghme Wit roc this reaaon harsh and children are ex-
Quarterback Danny Orern put I an exchange of punta interception painful anUaeptlc can be more posed to these contagious Lr v
the ball back on the 14 but Craw. *, and It yard penaltle Irritating than beneficial diseases without being aware
ford ran 9 yard over left tackle BULLDOGS TALC II against Lake City A bland ointment la soothing, of it. A* lOOn u the symptoms
to the I. Mike Edwards Inter Individual Becarda End Ray Corbin who played A itrlp of plaitlo bandage add appear and the diagnosis! of 1 1 rya4Vk1
opted Quarterback Bryan John. RUSHING moat of the game at quarterback further protection and usually contagious disease I I. definitely ,
ion' pas and Corbin punted out Tries Yd*. An TD punted di time* for a 41 yard soothes the tear of hurt feelIng made, school authorltla should
I IC. and *. I be Immediately notified tn or -- s
to the BO after three short run S.wanne. average Larry Simmons was I
by Halfback Lowell Avery ... ID 4 .SI -StS 5 downfield covering moat of them e e dee to five maximum protection CIMINII HAS A DISTAL SIDI This quartet la demontrattnf .
The determined Tiger came Baaa 1 .7 -1.7J 1 The Bulldog* played their brat Will you explain the difference to the other children.In the vital) Job performed by women at the Manned
I. 1.JlIS I defensive of the between a "ilmple frac many Initance, physician
right back and In 10 play had Avery game season with manned
Spacecraft Center Houiton. during
ture" and
a "compound fracture suggest a "shot" of
Harri I.n .* I a ahow of strength that took tiroTigers gamma
the ball first and ten from the
?" Gemini missions Kathryn Hlnton receive and transmits
globulin for thOM children who
Live Oak 10 yard line. The Bull. Lake CityU completely by lurprUe A simple fracture la one In have not had that particular teletype messages (top ,left). Netha A. Mayberry records
1 Gang tackling
Crawfardrarr.HI 1Crawfard was teen thruoutthe
doc forward wall held Green
I which the bone, although broken disease, Even If this doe not aitronaut heart rate, respiration rate and blood pressure
It II 441M 1 game with Live Oak forward
Parnell. and Crawford to 9 yard
and took over on the one. I JahaaaOrtn. n I S 1 line holding on three crucial occation doe not create a wound In protect the child completelyfrom (top right). Barbara Corwln handle a transparency carrying .
D. In... 1 *. the atria aurfac developing the Illne**. It Important night data and prepare It for projector die-
With ala minute left In the
ThamaaGreen. I.. (. A compound fracture la one usually modifies the seventy of play (lower left). Diane Dallas update the night plan a* It
first half Fullback Hank McKrt- In which the broken bone ha It
then ran over right tackle for no I J. I M 4 17 1 outer Se. change and rushes It to Operation Control Room.
produced an wound
_. _. .... .
Gruel" Dan I I .J I -- --
lain and Halfback Theron Bas through the muscle Die tissue SPEAKING OF TOVE ,
ran the slant over left tackle but PASSING Pro-Files and the ikln. This kind of fracture HEALTH It yea kavo abdominal .
Lake City'. right guard cut thru I Alt Cm*. Int Yda.TD I*, of course more serious erampe, sever rake a I
and topped him In the end one Ihw..... saatSARERV7BALL because of the pnailblllty of In laxative or ema silliest the When You Shop or Recommend To
for a safety and Lake City W 2-0 Harri 7 I 1 1 1CKIIa fettles: Icoe ., peer doctor la some
The Tiger moved the) ball to S 1 I ISIS 5 There U also a type of fracture lattaMva tM* ran. make a .**(. Friends Please Include These Home Town
the Live Oak 10 following the Lake City In which the bone 1* broken ... problem wit ., a simple
kickoff but the Bulldog gain JahaaanGreen. t S I I PWyBRSR&LLVBIGGEQTDOAYf and splintered Into many .a*. Processed Items
7 S I ISYda. I piece: This la a "comminuted"fracture. a,. Colcmon ttvlrvme. biter
RECEIVING from nnitrt, sad, wall a*
SUWANNEE RIVERCAMPSITES Caught8WJMM TD A ".....n ttek" fracture a* cannot tmdtrtikt to mtavnrocft FROZEN
,, 'U vhw? the name suggests, I* one In see, ft* trtJl ..t* questions 10-oa. noa WHITE ACRE: brand PEAR with BNArflIHlb. !
BaN 1 I: which the bone I* bent and only I* al* return whenever. possible. Bag WlltTK ACRE brand PEAS.with KNAP8!
.......... I ISS I, aN1 partially broken, not unlike the and when. they are "/ generallurereit 30-o, Bai ARCTIC CIRCLE brand WHITE: PEAL:
I TOu6.1R break In a bent JO-o. lUg ARCTIC CIRCLE: brand BLACKEYE: PEAS
TUaMtailMt..Mmnr*. Lake City green twig Address your letter
Ift-Ib DC REAL BOUTlltllN brand BLACKEYE TEAS: with
I I I There are many other technical I* Dr. Colt* a 4.. ear "/ fAil
; M.Ne" ... MM ranted I s I difference In fracture, ......,.,.,. Bnapa.
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I I Funeral oticesSarah --I Service Retires Here In ArmySergeant From Life Insurance In I -Going To St. Louis I

Florida ReportedOn

D. Garvin Rosa Lee WellsFuneral w
The Increase
Funeral services were held services were held Sun-
Wednesday afternoon at the 8u day at the Church of God for Floridians today are saving a
wannee Funeral Home Chapel for Mrs Rosa Lee Wells 79, of Live I greater proportion of their IncomeIn
Mrs. Sarah Doles Garvin, 85, who Oak who died Friday in Jacksonville the form 'of life insurance than
died Sunday after a lone illness after a long Illness. She was formerly, the Florida State
She *ax a native of Tennessee, born In Suwannee County and Chamber of Commerce reportedIn
having lived in Live Oak for 22 was a member of the Church of its Weekly Business Review
years, and a member of the God. released Sunday "
Church of Christ. Rev Mitchell Thomas officiated "Annual purchases of life insurance .r
Rev W Vernon Pierce off id- at the ceremony, and burial in Florida have grown
aced Burial was in the Live Oak was in the Mt. Ollead Cemetery. consistently and last year totaled
Cemetery Survivors include three sons $23 billion, representing 18 per d
Survivors include one daughter, Lonnie E. Lee and R O. Lee of cent of the personal income of
Tampa, and George M Lee 8r., Floridians during that year Five
Mrs. Lessle Plymell of Qcala:
I of Jacksonville three sisters, 18
three sons Virgil and Rober ; years ago the proportion was
Mrs. Agnes Moore and Mrs. Sar- .
per cent."Durlnr
Oarvln of Live Oak, and Jesse
ah Evans of Live Oak and Mrs this five-year interval, 5
Oarvln of Selmer, Tenn.; a sister,
Mrs. Falte Stout of Tallahassee: Florence Byrd of Thonotassa. life insurance of all types In forcein
Fla.; and four brothers, Willie the state increased 83 per cent
two brothers, Rally Doles of Prit-
of Bennett, Newton Bennett, and and reached a total of 1203 billion -
chard, Ala. and Oeorge Doles m
George Bennett of Live Oak and at the end of last year. The
Granady Miss.; 10 grandchildren Sylvester Bennett of Dade City First Class Daniel national .1n was 48 per cent. -
and two great-grandchildren Pallbearers were Jerry Kelly,' J, Avera has retired from the "Floridlans are gradually improving Suwannee Count National Farmers Organisation (INFO) members are shown preparing, to leave
Pallbearers were George M. James Kirby, Paul Kirby, A H. Army after 20 years of active their per-family Insur- Monday morning for the National NFO Convention In St. Loud, M... December 1 and t. They
) Collier are.
Jack Rye Henry L.
Olll, Elwood Howard, and O. W. Landen Jr., J. C. Westberry, and In duty Live, and Oak will He make Is married his home to ance volume but the figure is still left-right, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wallace Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Johnson Joe Hingson President Johnny
Pate Leonard Wilson below the national average. In Jenkins, Hamilton County Farm Bnreaa President Charles Burnett. Jack Lord and Kenneth! Chrietlanson.
the former Joyce Allison -
Homeof and
James B. Daniels Funeral 1084 the Florida family
Suwannee Funeral Home was in Live Oak was in charge has three children. A son, held 110,800 average in life Insurance Jenkins announced before leaving that the ned NFO meetlm her will be Monday night at
charge. Wyndell, Is the commissioners room In the Courthouse Democrat
e now servingIn the comptred with the average for sla"n.te)
Army, and two younger children. the nation of $13.300.
James C. BrannonFuneral Sharon and Allison, are "Death benefits paid to Floridians Scott Now With sonvllle Journal' in 1958 He was' Scott and his wife, the former
C. In school
JenkinsFuneral here
Joseph amounted to $140 million with the circulation departmentof Mary Evelyn Nobles of Live Oak.
held Ho has
services were served In
at the Carey-Kerlin World War II, the Korean overseas last year ,up 65 per cent com- the Savannah Morning News,, hare two children. They now
services were held in Saturday Conflict pared with a national gain of 46 Athens and
the Daniels Funeral Home Chap Funeral Home In Jacksonville for and Viet Nam,from whichhe per cent, over 1850 Living bene- PaperR. Athens Evening Press before movingto I I mate their home at 255 Caroline

el Saturday for Joseph Carlton James Clyde Brannon, 52 Born has Just returned. Set fits, which include annuity pay- Stanley Scott native of Live 4 Are. Athens.
Jenkins, 36, of Live Oak, who died and reared In Live Oak, he had Aver was with the Army Security ments and matured endowments Oak and graduate of Suwannee
suddenly last Wednesday in resided In Jacksonville for the Agency for 17 years 'totaled an estimated $179 mU- High School, has been named
Charleston, S. C. I past 25 years He died Nov 25 lion 68 per cent more than five circulation manager of the Ath-
He was a Suwannee County after a long Illness. years ago compared with a national ens Banner-Herald, the publisher JUST ARRIVED
native and a veteran of World Brannon was a member of the Christmas Program Increase of 41 per cent of the Georgia dally announced
War n and the Korean Conflict Beverly Hills Baptist Church, The Christmas program for the "Investments by life insurance recently. Large of
Rev. I. T Carter, pastor of the where he had served as a deacon. Confederation of O'Brien wilt beheld companies in Florida loom large Scott attended the Universityof Shipment AntiquesCold
Lee Baptist Church, officiated. Survivors Include his wife, Mrs UK For
at 3 pm. December 12 "t in the state's economic Florida after finishing high
Burial was In the Mt. Olive Mae Dell Brannon of Jacksonville the Mt. Plsgah AME Church according example, mortgages held by the school In 1954, and organ his lAd Mirrors Antique Oil Paintings, Cut
Church of Christ Cemetery. ; four daughters, Mrs, Evie to Rev. P D Bell, pastor companies totaled $1.9 billion at newspaper career with the Jack- Class, Fine Hand Painted.China, Signed Cefcaeo)
Survivors Include his wife, Mrs. Jean Miller of Jacksonville, Mrs. e e the beginning of 1964. the latest Art Glass and Much More. 200 Hand Painted
Alice Jenkins of Live Oak; mother Elizabeth Manning of Tacoma Remember posted .speed limits Figure! reported by the Institute of Plates 200 Stems '
Mrs Sarah Downs of Fal- Wash., Mrs Jeanette Roure of are for .favorable driving conditions Life Insurance. This figure was Your life can be judged only Crystal
mouth; two daughters, Miss Mobile, Ala, and Mrs. Shirley made up of $132 million in farm 1 by what you do, not by what you
Pamela Jenkins and Miss Char- Warren of Tltusville; a son, JamesC. mortgages: off-farm FHA mortgages I.ayyou intend to do.
lene Jenkins of Live Oak; two Brannon Jr. of Jacksonville: of $466 minion and VA NEW GIFT ITEMS
sons, Joseph C. Jenkins Jr. and a sister, Mrs. Ida Mae Coleman of Wcaltha Hatch mortgages of $142 million
Timothy Jenkins of Live Oak; Jacksonville; a brother, R C ventional mortgages held by USEFUCO '/2 PRICECOME
and one brother William O. Jenk- Brannon of Macclenny; and It Funeral services were held at companies totaled more than con-I I I
ins with the U S. Navy in grandchildren Clayland Baptist Church Sundayfor billion."
Charleston, B. C. Mrs. Wealtha Hatch 74, who IN AND BROWSE BEFORE THEY ARE
Pallbearers were Joe Jenkins, John CameronFuneral died Thursday, Nov. 25, In a West See
Browning Jenkins C. B. Warner, Florida hospital after a long 111- County Agent !Brand PICKED OVER.
Bill McManaway, Bill Reid, and services were held ness. She was a member of the On[ Scholarships FINE
Clyde Gray. Monday for Infant son, John Paul Advent Christian Church and a With increases In college expenses InsecticideFOR
James B Daniels Funeral Homeof Cameron at St. Lukes Episcopal resident of Suwannee County. many college students are
Live Oak was in charlie Church. The son of Mr and Mrs Burial was In Clayland Cemetery turning to scholarships and loansas JULIAN'S

Leo Waldren (Bo) Cameron of a solution. ANTIQUESJASPER
5 Live Oak, he died three days after Survivors include two daughters The county agent's office has a BEST RESULTS ROAD
tDto\.1) birth on Sunday, in Jackson- Miss Josle Hatch of Jacksonville list of scholarships and loam
i yule. and Mrs. W, O Brim of Live available to students in Suwan-
Rev. Ray White officiated at Oak; two sons, Lrroy Hatch of nee' County. These scholarshipsand ;
ie666 the ceremony. Burial was in the Miami and Murl Hatch of Boca loans are for the most part .
t Antioch Cemetery. I Raton: a slater, Mrs Eula Whit- limited to 4-H or FFA members --- !
Survivors include the parents; field of Live Oak: a brother. Perry oristuftnu interested lnMr1cul, :
of Live Oak lure There are, however, some
r ; four I SAMPLE
grandchildren and six great available for other fields of study BALLOT
grandchildren.Active High school and college students -
pallbearers were Ken are encouraged to check

neth McLfod, Archie Starling, with the county agent's office In MILLAGE ELECTION '
N. AvenUe for
the Agricultural Building
John S Brim, Johnny Bonds, .f"
THESE PRICES LOADED ON YOUR TRUCK Lucian Lanier, and Herbte Hollo- more complete Information. SUWANNEE COUNTY. FLORIDA i ,

3/8x48x96 SHEETROCK ........ $ 1.50 Per sheet way.Honorary pallbearers were Jim Precinct No, ,
37x50 5/8 AWNING WINDOW 17,50 Each Carmichael, Jim Mlms, Bill How- Before You Buy-Why Not Try
3/16 Preflnished PLYWOOD. 3.95 Per Sheet land, J. W. Hunter, Harvey Stew- December 7, 1965 ,

1/4 Prefinfshed PLYWOOD ...... 4.80 Per Sheet up art, and Johnny J. Brim. MORRELL SAVAGE SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. ONE
FULL THICK INSULATION .. 58.00 M Suwannee Funeral Home was In

When In Need of Building Material (CP) Call Paul three brothers Mike. Jeff, and ALUMINUM SIDINO HELD DECEMBER 7, 1965
Tony Cameron of Live Oak. and 1/2 INCH OALV. PIPE:
Tel 362-1531 or 362-2873
grandparents, Mr and Mrs. John BATHTUBS 1. Ballot for school tax district Number One millage levy

Xenos of Live Oak. TO VOTERS: Indicate by marking an "X" In
Suwannee Funeral" Home was In UPHOLSTERY MATERIAL'DINETTE the space after line one if you favor the proponed millagt levy
charge of arrangement. TABLES for the school term. It you favor a different millage levy, write
r DOORS the levy you favor after line two:

You Are Invited. Electric Motor Repair And Many Other 1. Proposed m age levy for the school term.

Motor Rebuilt, Rewound, ((10 mina)
or Exchanged WAYNE MORRELL
Wooley Electric Four Mile" West Uke City 2. Other Mlllar levy
On Plnemeani Road
CHRISTMAS 'T.". 911 Fact Phono 1-t4IO TELEPHONE 7SS-1M

(Published By The Board of Public Instruction, Suwannee

County, aa prescribed by Florida Law)



Sunday Dec. 5 Adults Me-Children Ifra-Tat Inolede SAMPLE BALLOTSCHOOL

; Monday-Friday Box Office Opens IHS-M.vta I.JSatwday
Rex Office Open 1IU-M.vte:
; 3:00.5:30 Sunday Des Offloe Open MS-MorW liteTmTR TRUSTEE ELECTION
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UK MARVIN December 7. 1965


r' PKCTMBfR 4 1. Ballot for election of trustees _

'\ : All Kinds of Christmas INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS: Indicate your choice by marklnf

BLOOD AND BLACK LACE an "X" after the name of the person or persona of your choice
for the office of trustee, or by writing In the name of the person

.. Decoration or persons of your choice for the office and marking an "X" there-
after. Vote for three persons:
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',. West Howard Street CARTOON NEWS (.Published By TV* Board of Public Instruction. Snwaa...

LIVE OAK, FLORIDA County, as prescribed by Florida Law)





., .
State Comptroller .
Reports ? \ 1 ,

Bank And Trust Assets Increase


$181 Million Over Year Past .' : '"

Assets of state chartered banks and trust companies t, I '.

reached $2,677,822,8 in November.State ComptrollerFred : ."' "'tfN

O. Dickinson reported this week. .... .... i pitd { I I 'It 'il' I I1JI
Dickinson, in his capacity as state banking commissioner ok) ,, + I, ,

said that the latest report of_ the_.__ banks___nnn _showed n_ .. ___ ,;'f"w 'V,1
gains in assets of more than $187 '.

million over the put year. I counU. That Joint account i. : :
The current total revealed Increases .
nearly $1.2 '
of more than $$3 million /
of federal and stat
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in asset In these institutionssince
governments and political subdivision -
the tart of the new fiscalyear
total than bllHon. -
more tl
July I The report covers
assets of all state-chartered com I
mercial banks, commercial banks i Other primary assets are: : i
and trust companies, trust companies I Cash, and due from banks .
and Industrial savings $301.7 million a gain in a year of {;.

banks. I $30 million. r ,,,,,.
Nearly 45 per cent of the total -other bonds note and debentures '
assets of these Institutions are $ U million for an Increase -

represented by loans and dlsSUUn I of nearly $12 million In a .

year. 1 ,
-Corporate stocks $16 million. I,

f for a slight Increase. _
Bank premises! and furniture t't

and fixture, up from $50.J million .
to IS U million.

-Real estate owned other than

bank premise, up from $2 J mil.
j lion to $J.J mll11on.InYNtmenta .
I and other assets
Indirectly presenting ban IE

premises or other real estate up
from $9 3 minion to $S.' million

i Customers' liability up from
$3 million to $3 8 million
I IOther assets up from $11.2 r'

minion to $11.7 minion
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Adding It Up They say you OF THE
I can't add apples and but .
oranges .
By you can add apples and cabbages ,.re!,'."" '" ... Suwannee Valley Livestock MarketTrading
i ir iv iy"
Both of these .
MISS IDA JO HARRISONHome this month foods- and are plentiful "Apple- 10. ,", .". s' ..
Demonstration Agent moderately active were calves.
i I Slaw" is a delightfully different
Exhibit Of Christmas Decorations Quality requirements are the way to serve them up while with the demand fair to good at Cattle prices went as follows:
Decorations for Christ- same for the two highest grades, they're abundant. the Suwannee Valley Livestock Utility slaughter steers 117.00-
mas along with other Items whichwe but the top grade U. 8. Extra Moisten equal amounts of chop- Market last Wednesday $17.25; utility and low standard
have prepared will be on exhibit Fancy requires larger size nuts ped apples and finely shredded A total of 79 cattle and calves heifers 14.00-'IS.00; utility cows
on Friday afternoon December Both grades also assure that cabbage with sour-cream dress- were sold as compared to 123 last $50-115.25; cutter cows 11.00
3rd, from 3:00: to 4:30.: You the mixed nuts are reasonably Ing. Vary the dish by seasoningthe week. Slaughter cows were steady $13.75; canners 100011.00;
are Invited to come in and see the mixed, There must be at least 10 dressing with a little horseradish to strong with feederstockercalves commercial yearling bulls $18.75-
Items on exhibit. It will be In the per cent but not more than 40 or by adding crunchy-style strong'some $1 higher. $18.50; cutter and low-utility
Conference Room of the Agricultural per cent, of each kind In the mix peanut butter. All other classes both slaughterand 120015.00; one good calf $20;
Building In Live Oak. ture almonds, pecans, filberts feeder-stocker, were few for utility and standard calves $13.00-
Brazil nuts and walnuts are the Care Of The Knife Select II / the past weeks. $14 00.
No More Guessing Ounce kinds always used. Percentages the right kind of knife for the Nearly 60 per cent of the supplyCleared Utility and standard cows $13.-
The old shell game Is passing from are determined while the nuts are particular job. Usually three good I ; / v7 PJ- to feeder-stocker accounts 0014.00; one Inferior $11.25; one
the scene among today's sophisticated In bulk form, but the mixture knives properly sharpened, used while slightly over half the total I standard cow-calf pair $14.50.
citizens. continues about the same proportion correctly and stored when not In good calves $1300-$222S; Standard -
One version familiar to consumers as it goes Into consumer-size use are sufficient In fact, three Dees $1600-$1800; utility $1323-
selecting packages of packages. knives, kept sharp and In good Sgt.: Completes $15.00.

In-shell mixed nuts at the grocery Because grade standards for cutting condition, are worth more Transport Course Hog trading dropped In Quan-
store may be on Its way out, mixed nuts are voluntary, some to the thrifty homemaker than a Marine Staff Sergeant Jack O tity from 770 to 877 sold at last
too.For probably will be1bought.lnd sold drawer full of different knives un- Dees, son of Mrs. Florence Sever- week's sale but the price was up
the first time, V. S. Depart- by grade within the trade with- properly used and cared for. Usually ance of 607 Sixth St.. Live Oak for the top two grades.
of stand- out U. 8, French knife Mixed 180-210 lb. barrows
ment Agriculture grade grade shields ever ap- a or cook'sknife has completed the 10-week Mo- grade
ards have been Issued for mixed pearing on consumer packages I a six or eight inch boning JO King FNt':.S/nduto.. 195. WwU riU ........, 4'v tor Transport Chief Course at and gilts sold for $24 15; 210-240
nuts in the shell. Many processorswill But some firms plan to use knife, and a paring knife will Marine IDS. $2416 240-370 lbs 23.10;
for meet most knife needs "Well, anyway, it's nice to know I'm not marrying Corps Camp *-i 140-180 Ibs.
be using the standards grade marks on their packages in the J jeune, N. C. 160-180 Ibs. $23.80;
this year's holiday trade. i this fall. They may show the U. 8. kitchen. a spendthrift! The course trained him In the $23.95; 120-140 Ibs. $2410; 100-
The new standards provide for, grade shield as long as the pro- Wash the knife and dry It thor- fundamentals of managementand 120 Ibs. $24.10: 80-100 Ibs. $24 00.
three grades: U. S. Extra Fancy, duct meets either U. S. Extra oughly before placing it in a knife i of Most sows 180-600 Ibs. went at
board will result In the following the knife to the knife rack. Store supervision motor transport
and U. 8. Commercial or U. 8. Fancy or U. 8. Fancy standardsand rack. The knife rack can be a $11.10.2105: boars 1100.
units the Marine
1. A sharper knife the knife In or on a rack. Never throughout -
Select. Consumers are more like- as long as the processors use fancy magnetic knife rack or a Corps. He also learned how U. 8. Medium pigs and three
2. More sanitary food toss the knife In a drawer with
ly to see the two higher grades. USDA's continuous inspection homemade rack from a core from to train feeder pigs 43-100 Ibs. $12,2i-
under his
I 3. More efficient and easy cutting other tools since the thin sharp personnel supervision
a roll of freezer paper, A thin $27.25; most $24.50 up. Cull under -
In maintenance, equip I
edge will be dulled, nicked or
piece of plywood with notches for 75 Ibs. 14002000.
4. Fewer cuts on the hand and turned. ment and facilities used by mo-
the knife blade also be used
New TouchesFor can fingers Metal parts of the knife will tor transport companies and battalions -
Culinary Always protect the cutting edge of Distress Arising from
5. More uniform cuts, slices or rust and corrode 1t"lett wet when Symptoms
of the knife. Cut on a cutting
particles of food stored. The wooden handle will STOMACH ULCERS
I board and not on the sink or tabletop
The Carroty Wash the knife thoroughly after swell or expand and the rivets DUETS EXCESS ACID
Worthy The proper use of a cuttlnaWINDOWP
cutting Is completed. For safe will pull through. When the
ty sake and care of the knife edge, handle becomes loose It Is unsafe If you were born in QUICK RELIEF OR NO COST

All([ DENHOFT I wash the knife handle first Inefficient, and unsanitary. A new November of an odd 4i*' 5-DoyJrt0i Offer)
Washing the handle first under a handle will usually cost thana
A DIET of carrots will not, Garnish with fresh parsley. more
as the old wives' tale has it, Serves 5.FRESH. stream of hot water permits you new knife. numbered year, renew --1 OMT*.niSIlM. rlM.d ws
ever take the place of a rood CARROTS, to hold the cool blade while the A free circular "Selection, Care drivers license _norsnV.iNToini.. ..' ....._....
permanent wave, but Its very nURGUNDIAN STYLE handle Is being washed. Hold the and Use of Kitchen Knives" 1s your =:::=.:.,.-=t.a.-
high vitamin A content makes 4 c. sliced, fresh, handle while washing the blade available from your County Ex- this month. nerd-.ue
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what might be called tender carrots under hot water If the blade Is tension Home Economics IMM> -
a "beauty r Office. ... .
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food" of this vegetable. /i c. boiling water washed first tendency Is to drop "'i..-...__-.5,11 key..Us
H tsp salts I the knife when the hot first Reece Brown U.>...IfMUnmt Sf__>
We need vitamin A to keep you grab Gunpowder employed in
the skin nice and soft-a deficiency c. onion rings l. blade. battle In 1346 remained the most Cheek Drug
of A Is revealed by a 2 tbsp. butter or margarine : Always dry the handle and the deadly military explosive until COUNTY JUDGE
Live Oak Drug Co.
rough scaly skin It Is Important 2 tbip. flour blade thoroughly before returning 1902 when TNT was Introduced
in eye health, too. A very 1 c. chicken or beef stock r
severe lack of vitamin A-such 1/16 tsp. black pepper
as is common In some parts of i Wash, scrape and slice .cal'-
the Orient-Is said to be the rots. Place In saucepan with
cause of much of the blindness boiling water and salt Cook,
found there. Carrots and vita covered, 10 min or until tender. i ,
min A Influence the develop- Drain and save % c. carrot
ment of teeth In childhood.That's water Saute onion rings In'
why It's a good Idea to butter until limp. Blend In
let the youngsters munch raw flour Stir In stock and carrot 1
carrots. The kids won't mind water. Cook until of medium
because the carrot has a sweet thickness Season with black 5
ness about It.ORANGE. pepper. Add cooked carrots EvetyboqyLowsEl :
and toss lightly.

S FRESH tbsp. fresh CARROTS orange juice CARROTS SHREDDED Me Gifts

1% tbip. sugar 4 c. shredded raw carrots ,
//'t % e. butter or margarine Orated peel and juice of
A whole cloves: 1 orange feaeGbobfetcnas
% Up. salt X tip. salt
44( c, (about 11 medium- 1 tsp. sugar
size) fresh cooked H tsp. black pepper* t
sliced carrots U e. butter or margarine
Chopped fresh parsley Combine first 0 Ingredients.Turn .
Combine first 5 Ingredientsin Into buttered 1-qt casserole. ANID plaid shift
a saucepan. Cook until but- Dot with butter or mar- to whet fashion appetites. I-"
ter Is melted and sauce Is hot. garine. Cover and bake at Back belted, the figure-flatter
Remove cloves': and pour the ISO: F. for 35 min or until Ins A-llne is given extra dash ..w
mixture over hot carrots, carrots are tender. Serve hot. with a center pleat and slashed .
I cooked only until crisp-tender. Serves S.& circle neckline.
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buck deer draped over the
front of an automobile might look
REV. JIM WALKUP terrific but it would be a lot bet
ter off eulslnewlse, parked in
Taster First Presbyterian Chaxeh I V the shade of the trunk
The word from hunters concerned
+ 1 I t with the food angle of
Believe on the Lord Jesus and begin to question Ood: "Is venison U that It would take along
hrist and thou shalt be saved" Christianity' really helpful Will 1 d series of tests to find a
S the Bible -Be saved fromat Ood do what He promised to dot W _. a n I birthed way of treating a venison
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?" we ask. And the Bible Will Ood really save from sin" ....... MpkMnr to PmU. fur I. J nultm, ....,Ue* ....... kySutalUt Wits tk. _n wnpleW sad Mai.salad. .. R.twaag M vMt mil. yw ktfcNUU .' than laying it against A hot
wen back "Be wed from sin" When the Lord Jesus promisedto Artuwnu* ! MWI from wotm kn .Wort uulUiMtM a ..11It IM .wwpe J_ rUKto Uw ...... rtlll... hood and exposing the deer to the
el this mean then that from save us from sin He dldntmean J__l H. ..... p.fea_ aM bus ...b.a DMPIU to.trtfiM __ Tea fwapN is .la.weM red away sad kutitut. rurtlMr rformN sun; not to mention the extra
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the 1t7..JI""""" .issJldaa ) "' IIe"N Mntek' -'l files at
moment we believe on every stop
- that He would make .
us perfect fIIIItoKN+wa It-Si 'Wn II IT-'I TEXTfmlm M IT.
frd Jesus Christ on that we than this aide of heaven. He Proper handling of the deer
I longer ain? Certainly not. Le meant primarily that we wouldbe from actual kill to the skillet is
say here that there are ChrUIru saved from the GUILT of sin complete freedom on this earth I he was cleansed from the guilt of !I Jesus but because the blood of Jesus recommended by the Florida
who believe that once a per. Becoming a Christian doesnt free from the guilt of his errors I sin. I II I When the angel of death passed Christ, the perfect Lamb of God I' Game and Preih Water Fish
h becomes a Christian he no us from all error. It does free ui Peter believed on the Lord Jesus Christ, the perfect Son 1 over the land of Egypt he spared sprinkled on the doorpost of my Commission This means careful
hger sins but does continue toItt from the guilt of error A Chris Jesus Christ but afterward he I I of Ood Who knew no sin becamesin some families not because they heart till cleansed me from the field dressing .and quick removal
mistakes. But whether we Uan with the help of the Holy denied this Christ three times for us that we might be were perfect: but because the I GUILT of my Imperfection to a shaded area. If not direct toa
I our errors "sins" or "mis- Spirit tries with all his might to the chief of sinners, yet knew that I cleansed from the QUILT, the lambs blood sprinkled on their Strive to live the perfect life, cooler Prompt covering against
e." Is of little consequence to free himself from error and progress Peter wu not saved from rom.m1tUnl CONDEMNATION of sin. Paul I doorposts cleansed them from but done despair when you find fly damage la urged to Insure a
d, I think that all Christian as he may he will never all error, but he was saved II I wrote to the Roman, "No eon their guilt When I reach heav Impossible\ .. Trust the blood of choice venison roasts .
tmld agree that becoming I reach.complete freedom while on : from the guilt of his error. The demnatlon now hangs over the en's gate I will expect to be admitted I Jesus Christ to cleanse you from
hrbtlan doesnt make one per. this earth. He can. however, reach Apostle Paul considered himself head of those who are In Christ not because I am perfect.In all guilt (Renew Tear .hCIrttloa)
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hln and a Joyous countenance
hout. But then one day when
py least expect It they find
rmselves doing something they
low they ought not to do or
ling to do something mhlcry
know they ought to do. and STOP WASTING FERTILIZER DOLLARS'sonico

iich to their dismay their efferent .
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T.xaa garment manufsetur : must be done now !
er after the rash of drmoastratkms ;
against the e.lee.
Uve service ayeUm, a sate
style eweater adorned with '\ .. EACH YEAR MILLIONS IN PLANT FOOD WASTED, t.
a large replica of a draft

Dyer .to Dallas.
.' \ Sonko't new well ...,vled. allf year. h taMnf for grsnted that your such conditions, toil bacteria, I 1. Your soil will bo
$ bxlutive Certified Crop Production toll his sufficient lime If N Ketnt upon which your plants thrive
Program hat been five yeas In the and your toil needs gene -you're In multiply' readily. The result
Words of the Wise making It It an efficient year.round t IroubM healthy plants that stand up under tested immediately.
,help you do madly the Incredible! lengths of drought or
The secret of War ft lore I' ",Jo" / r *jt* rwmc.'iMmc.thing. al the right time, to Yr Don't M anybody kid you. and above rain and. hi the and deliver high
la to say too a... .i, yMP,' ,v Y* V, awe the moM profitable yields, every ass. don t kid yourself only oy toil yield, at high profits., For 1100 2.Then a thoroughly
w Voltaire) *& .' w year at the lowest pose big COlt.SoNco'I letting now, this fan, can you be worth of plant food In a good Bme
sure your toll "It "ame worthy. foundation can do the work of trained, highly
Procram it the only proM
onenlated. tuenceguMed, rlsk-con- Just at a noute, to be food mutt 1200 worth In add toil Its this
kind of plain, commonsense that Qualified Sonia
Hand foundation with
r ditioned. economy minded crop production on a good to
program that .it directed tat crop; to b.ieimdataln. good they mutt have a follow through each step of'
Certified Crop Production Pro- Field ServiceRepresentative
good In !sure
NOAH HUH31CUt.LhPOCl the State at a whole not at yourgeneral gram. T"..'. why you owe M to
/ area, but at the praise soda So. *ny take cotlly chances. wf>en It yourself to give this profemgood will
you Intend to CuHrysle Thil program cost you nothing and take. Mile of hard look.
/ 11- ': .,JL doet not confine itself ,Just to fertlf your time for Sonico to till you. for explain how the-
?, a/er.. but covert. In dater, everythM( sure, through Ml free toil tnt service
necettery to make your crepe yield .
a '
the fwghett possible return. This In- Crop
eludes toil tests.. J ftwIC. pUnl l food, these twO bwtptddbie So, without cost, andat
J w.d.gndroger\ K Chermcalt and tettt ProductionProgram

r< I ID t 1, kid soil (Wttuffec&.nt lime) tiet no obligation will help
I UnoW the ow revolutionary SonkoCertified up fertih/er In effect free/et tt.rettrlctt whatever.
}::0... Crop"d.on" Profrsm. Mt otherwiseetuesi; '. See the
root-: rrwsula e ch of theM v4.l slept, together movement to the roots of 'fOUlpI.tnI. local increase yiold
Ta oevgtovJ Vnth the many lector releliof to .. to that they become deer your Sonico
$ SMMATWtS W ? thaw have been tfiorougMy re- tel or die of starvation.Z of your crops by
trtr eOweaaw IoMrtNd and each it wperty' snatyNd Dealer today. You
1tXK caY One dopers worth of fertjU/er In making each
and recommendetiont made
not in broad enerekMdont.<< but ontrie tweet to* made tweet by proper have everything to
Irmrif" )can do the work of two dottort
.,oA4 DO'l dollar
pAl bays of post pencUer toil prea you spendgo
worth of fertArer In !acid toil.
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In tweet to*. fertrfi/er It free to
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TNC" 7R'r TO feel toy move to pUnt roots which take headaches every
4' wasea7. RIe: IT TM for .iMnphr One of the motl coatVfaclort whet try need In nrtrogwi. photphete. 'to lose by
. .4oOt.. MUII/f1WIII( AI. contr*M. f to mwarlns Of/ potaWi and etMnttaf minor step of the way.
depot n waged pbr food ech I doing so.
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CIRCUIT' COURT Operation budget for the first ministrative assistant a post he
Davis HeardAt
Deadline Soon For
And Activities From Bishop (Continued From Pate 1)) fear beginning January 1987, la has held for nearly 20 ;years. He
I Overseas Mail Ebenezer AME and Irvine Smith on July 20, 1964. estimated at $105.320. The atate was a Warrant Officer at one time
TilENR CENTERBy Christmas gifts and cardi Bishop J. 8. Davis and two Another minor, Charles Bennett, will pay about $74,000 of operating and la now the unit first sergeant
for servicemen overseas should gospel singing groups from Miami will be tried for breaking and entering costa under the Minimum Four members of the 1940 com-
ROY SULLIVAN, Director be sent airmail and ported no were' heard at Ebenezer AMS!: a service station on October Foundation funds, while the remaining pany; changed from enlisted status
later than December 10 for Church at last Sunday's service, 30, 1983, with intent to com- portion U to come from to officer rank upon induct
Basketball goals have been Installed tlclpatlon Is limited to couples guaranteed delivery by Christ and the youth of the church,gavea mit grand larceny county tax funds Lion Paul D. Langford and Sam
at the new basketball over high school age. The playground mu, according to the Live Oak "Harvest Program". A case against Thomas Henry It is uncertain at this time uel J. (Jack) White Jr.. became
court, and the area Is ready for will be lighted during 1 the Post Office Holy Communion will be part Johnson for Illegal possession of when the requests will be actedon. First Lieutenants and LeRoy K
those wanting to practice Practice square dancing for children to Mailing deadline for surface of this Sunday's service a moonshine whiskey still was The next word from state officials Ray and Benjamin C. (Clark)
for 6th and 6th grade boys play. mall and parcels guaranteed to Earl Carter 8r VIM named not prosecuted. I will probably be In January Pram entered active service as
will be held each week day, startIng be delivered overseas by Christmas Class Leader of the Month for One case was settled out of when the proposed Pine View Second Lieutenants.
next Monday, from 4 to 61 Football season ended Saturdaywith was December 1. PostmM- November, Pastor A. M White court. Involving Thomas Elmer site U studied for the school's Mahone Rees was the company
pjn, and 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. oar'I a 10-8 score Roger Hackerwas let General Lawrence, O'Brien announced. Clark charged with unlawfully construction. commander of the Live Oak unit
Saturdays until league play be. i the most versatile player this said that nail to Viet Nam sent withholding support from a minor when it entered service and the
',year, being able to run, throw, before December S would still child. REUNION late Frank M. Greene Jr. was the
gins.Sponsors for teams this year I'I and defend equally well. be rushed, however THINKING (Continued From. Pace 1)) First Lieutenant
are Cheek Drugs, Commercial (Continued From Pace 1) VO-TECII SCHOOL era In the National Ouard and: Lee was In charge of food for
Bank, Kent's, A & W, and Su- Recreation Center Boost ness of these matters and go to (Continued From Pare 1) will retire In January. George H. the event and prepared a barbecue -
wannee Laundry Teams will be the polls Tuesday. with the consultation of Marlon Dale, who was a sergeant In the supper for his former comrades
formed Saturday, Dec 11, with This la an Important election Bishop, area supervisor of indus- 1940 unit attended OC8 during In arms and their families
play beginning the following and could well determine the trial education. the war and was commissioned a There were 200 present for the
Monday. quality of education In our county Calla For U Personnel Second Lieutenant. He la now a affair
Each team will have two games ,I for the two years ahead. 337th Concensus of opinion that
v Plans call for 16 additional Colonel and commands the was
per week, play beginning at 4 p.m. I, personnel on the county school Signal Depot at Jacksonville the gathering be made an annual
Monday, Tuesday Thursday, and I a aN Three states were once Inde-I payroll. A principal, custodian Lawrence W. Lee was the com- affair and a group of local men
Friday pendent nations'- Hawaii Tex II I secretary, and 13 teachers will be pany's mess sergeant back In were asked to formulate plans for
Sponsors have provided a tro-, as, and Vermont. needed I 1940 and today Is the unit ad such future reunions.
phy for the winning team, and I! : --
will provide a cookout at the end -
of the season for all players

More than 190 attended the last!
Saturday dance, and the "Jades"will
play again this Saturday from
8 to 11 pm .
If at least eight couples sign up, r r 1
we will have--an ldXashloned\
square dance class Monday, Dec.
13. Deadline for registering Is the
previous Wednesday A. E. Bruner
will instruct the class, and par

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Girl Scout Fund


Drive Scheduled

Here I I Next Week DX-94 MACHINE TODAY!

Girl Scouts: In Suwannee County Recreation Center Director Boy Sullivan, right, receives a 9100 ADDSSUBTRACTSMULTIPUESDIVIDES I
will be conducting a fund drive check from Jaycee President Homer Bailiff on behalf of the club -
next week, December 6 through MODERNIZE
for expenses In construction of the new basketball court' at the
11, to raise money for the initiation -
Suwannee County Center. Seen behind them .U one of the new metal goals for the
a '
Neighborhood Council of Girl court,which can also be used for volleybi and badminton (Democrat YOUR FIGUREWORK/
Scouts Staff Photo I :
A Neighborhood Council in this
county Is sought to bring scouting leaders from the Gateway Girl nee County have attended trainIng I : S.: ..
Scout Council Inc. in Jacksonvillehere courses in Columbia and
Plastic Name Pins to train adult leaders, and Alachua Counties BEAUTIFUL!
Metal Social Security Cards for local Girl Scouts to participate Senior Girl Scouts will write
Keys Duplicated in camping and other activities personal notes asking for contributions
Locks Repaired supervised by the Gateway Coun- to the fund during the NEW! REMINGTON
Metal Name Plates and cil, according to Mrs B. W; Hel- week. Donations are to be mailedto
Dog CollarsHOWARD's'sHOE venston HI, adult l leader. Mrs. W O Burch Jr., fund
SHOP In past years, leaders from the treasurer, 1010 Pearl Avenue BE, IOKEYELECTRIC ADDING MACHINENew
six Girl Scout troops in Suwan Live Oak. .
efficiency .. new economy.. new elegante tfiter your
office with the Remington Model 4 Adding Machine You get fast
x addition, subtraction multiplication, division and credit
balance answers with amazing easel Thanks to the Deatarto
Keyboard. Power Controls, and exclusive advanced
r ,..... operating futures
Need A Good Salesman? tot beauty and versatility there Is nothing that toocfiH the new'
,, :> Remington laxey Adding Mschmel *
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; retailer has wished that he had old Aladdin's lamp to rub 'P.( $395CASH <" $295Every

when he needed more help to sell merchandise.

It would also be nice if the lamp produced a salesman

who worked almost 24 hours a day, who could make all,
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Ieae M. (Brownie) Moses Dies Saturday

tt; S UWANNUE D NI Funeral services for V M. tie was well known In the livestock I I

. (Brownie) Moors, S3. were held circles In Florida, having
1.I. from the First Baptist Church In operated Moses Livestock MarketIn

of LIVE OAK FLORIDA Branford Sunday afternoon Rev Branford for many years as a Allen Price officiated with in. partner with his brother. ClarenceL
terment In the Oak Grove Cemetery Moses and In partnership with

d ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1965 VOL 81, NO. 29 morning. Most of a died heart early attack Saturday hU years lIOn Cregg MOMS in recent

--- The well-known Branford and Moses served as a member of

Uy Four Buccaneers Make To Suwannee County business man the Town Council of Branford for
News From BranfordBYi I Missionary was born In Lafayette County twelve years during which time
Itu AH Conference Team December I, 11I11 and he spent his the capital Improvements were

-.. -_- Korea To SpeakAt entire life In the Branford area greater than at any time of the
history of Branford In additionto
Itrc MRS. SHIRLEY W. HATCH r livestock business, he operated
Church I HereDr I
a service station and Ice businessIn
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Branford and had extensive
'. Robert L Ooette. mission'' v
Buccaneers Beat Cairabelle farming and cattle operations In
r ary to Korea, will be guest apeak'' 7 Lafayette and Suwannee Counties -
er at the Presbyterian Church In ,
Branford Sunday at the Sam.
He was a member of the Ma-
service and Sunday evening at
Hornets 28-12 the 7:30: service The missionarywill sonic Order and was active in
rtD Wednesday i
:.r show slides and tell of his Branford Lodge 130. He was a
member of the Flrit Baptist
; work In Korea
tr i : a l'T Church In Branford
BICCANFERS': TALE third quarter Cheney ran a reverse + 'iI t nth'ANDY Dr. Ooette Is head' of the '.
Branford Scored v He Is survived by his wife, Vera
Individual RecordRU311ING from four yards out. Chemistry Department of Taejon ,
Sapp Moses a daughter' Mrs.
Carrabelle took. a punt near th* .'J ,. Presbyterian College In Taejon.
Leon Wooley of Live Oak a son,
PeriodThe Tree Id*. A*. TO end of the third quarter and Korea. A native of Gainesville he ;
Every Cregg Moses of Branford: two
Branford marched from their 200 the / CIIENEYn earned his undergraduate and AiMN.
sisters, Mrs Mary Vanes of Tlf-
Branford Buccaneers end Cheney U 17 1.7 t Branford 21, picking up 5 first graduate degrees at the Unlver
ton, Oa, and Mrs Brrtlt Register -
38-12 Lee I 51 SIT I downs before Mlllender hit End pity of Florida
ed their lae season with a of Bartow five brother,
Green Hornets of Miller 1 1< 4t IFloil Mike Vames with a 21 yarder to Young people are Invited to
the ,
win over Clarence L. Moses George R
last Wednesday night. I 2> 14.S I bring the score to 21-12. meet at the church at 6.30: pm.
Carrabelle Mows, Lawrence Moses, and Loye
scored In every Quarter Johnson 1 I II I On the very first play from for the second course session
The Buc Mauri, all of Branford and Albert
Scarborough C.mbf'lIeCarron scrimmage following the kickoff taught by Elder Frank" Norrls.
Guard Jerry
with four
Moses of Ttfton. Oa; and
kicking four consecutive extra 13 Carrabelle's scores came Brannan I 1 S.* I yards and with Scarborough's I both the morning and evening.
points. pallbearers were Paxton
MUlrndrr It 14 457.75 1 conversion rounded out the soor I services at the church.
In the second and fourth periodsa I I TliomiH Hot, Sullivan Wilbur hall W. B
FalrdolbI -. 1 Inn for the Dues at 2812. Thus e
one yard plunge by Fullback Thomas, J. Robert Fletcher, JohnL.
and a from I Owen I I S.* I the Dues finished with a .-. sea nrlclJc'! (Hull
Stanley Brannan pas Humphries, and Edward Dubar1I0noraf"l
J' lloinntitM
Cliff Mtllender End MJte rssiNOAII.rmp.Iat. son.A f'1"rtrlll The Wednesday Afternoon pallbearers were Horace .
Yda.TD of statistics for the
Vames.Branford's. Branford I wrap-up I Hall time Show Bridge Club met last week at the Powell Frank" R. Norris, A. B
will In next week'slasue.
first tally came early Cheney I 1 IS I year. appear A special program commemorating home of Mrs. W D Thomas In Ware, Graham C Owen Jack

In the first quarter following Miller 4 I 1 IICarraWUe I the dead of all 1' 8. Branford. Playing bridge with Meeks, Homer T Putnal, Herman
a pus interception by Ronnie wan was held WednewUy night Mrs. Thomas were Mrs Tom Hooper) Johnnie Stephens Judge

Lee on the second play of the ball MlUenJerFalrcUtk 7 1 t 44 1 RONNIE LEEr I during halftime at the tlrsn Minter Sr Mrs B L. Townsend Sam Smith Howell Walker Roy
lame. Lee took. the ball on the I I t IS Buccaneers End rord-Carrakrlle football game, Mrs. LoU Slimon, Mrs Fred Jon..., Kelley Jack Kelley Henry Croft.
Carrabelle 42. ran right end for 14 RECEIVING presented by the Ilranford tilth Mrs W. R. Hill. Mrs R. O Griffith 8 C Hall Alex Purcell, W I.TPdltfor. .

yard and after Andy Cheney ran C .lht Yds. Tn 6-1 Season 'With School Band and MlM Joann ThomasMrs James Severance J C
\0 the left for one yard rounded BrsnfordS All veteran present were Hill and Mrs. Townsend Walker Drlmar Bapp and Van
right end for 27 yard to score on .
.U S II 1 recognised daring the program. were print winners.Mrs Oelbelg
the fifth play of the evening. JohnttoaOwena I SSCarrabelle I CarrahelleVin flee Brace Reardtley coned a* Thomas nerved pumpkinpie Weaver Funeral Home of Lake
Andy Cheney added three more mailer of ceremonies for theoeeadon. with whipped cream and cof City wu In charge of arrangements

.touchdown In each period After I II 1 The Branford Buccaneers finished tee .
a 53 yard march by the flora In their IM5 football season IiROGER
Carroll I 4 I
last week with an Impressive six
Braaaaa I I' I r
STATISTICS wins and four loates The Dues ,
VanwaMlllemdcc 1 II I
beat Carrabelle In the final game
I of the season Wednesday night
tint Down 7 II PITiTINGrents
Ten young men played their Ja'thigh
Ratling yardage Il. IT1 Blad. Af(
school football gam as theseason
Yard Loot Rowing II 1* Branford I
dowel: Jerry Scarborough,
Net Yard Ranking 17S 111 llwU I' 14CarrsWUe ELECTION
'Kim Miller, Johnnie Flawll. Danny
Faaora Attempt 1 II KIlPATRICK
Johnston. Bill Terry. Hoy I
rar Complete* I 1 Brannan 1 II
Koon. Gene Allen Roger Kllpat SUWANNEE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Paring Yardage4 <1
I rick. Dean Townsend. and Tom
Yard Penalise te II the second quarter Cheney ran Cummlngs.Hata Precinct No.December _
Tim' *. Fensttaeo a I to the left to score and the flues I are off to Coach Forte

Fiunble feat S I led at halftime 14Later In the Shepard and his fighting Buccaneer 7, IMS

The basketball team, coachedby
A Thought For TodayBj Donald Garland U practlctn

.BIOOT C. HARRIS for the season opener on Tne day Make a cross (X) mark In the square at the RIGHT for abolishing
nUht. December 14. at home office of trustees or against abolishing office of trustees
"There U a destiny that make u* brother against Georgia Christian.The .
None of u* live his lif. alone. But will host Live Oak on }PROPOSAL UNDER FKCTION: lOA OK AHTICLK: XII OF THK

Cornea All that back we send Into Into of other Friday night December 17. and CONSTITUTION OF FLORIDA: The office of County Special Tn

our own. will wind up the pre-holldsy& School District Trustee shall be abolished and nil duties of said)

How much beauty and wisdom there Is In the few Knee quoted tame by playing In the Christmas Special Tux School District Trustees vested In the Hoard of Public

above llama you noticed the treat Inner aatisfscUon you acquirewhen tournament In Live Oak onDr'Hmbf't Instruction, Including the levying of taxes provided by Article XII)
Olvtnt. True the taker are sometime un 20 21.. and 22. JERRY
tasteful. but on an overall basis most people I of the Florida Constitution.for .

I everywhere... Inherently decent and appreciative Fear _Iwn ., the IU... -- --- -- --
.i There Is an old proverb "five until It hurt" Men' Lluh Mrrt font 111th' fkrkool BoreaiMwr

'While that method may be a bit extreme, neverthe- I The Branford Area Urn's Club wo tamed to Ik* fi.*t.nn A bollahlnt! the Office of Trustees< _
j tars 1 lea divine I* such treat fun. Olve materially and .. 3
:'I;.; will meet Monday nlfht. Dee Valley Confrrrnro Las al a
spiritually to other u much u you can and your
spiritual satisfaction will definitely live unto you In the Branford Woman's_ Club MU... ., eonfrrrnre official Against I -,Abolishing. the Office_ _of_ Trustees__._ __
will be ned at
a longer fuller and more complete life. Toull buDdlnf. Supper Monday alibi.Ilaltbarba
discover that strangely enouch. the things you 7 ,.. Andy rbM>r aMwaio

live away are that which you keep Francis Ward president. urea .. Lee and. Guards Jrrry (Published Dy The Board of County Commissioners
.. The most advanced paycholotical circle tare aU members and Interested per.eons "* and ...... Kit-

that other people are largely. responsible for draw to be prenent.Clrrlr papa w.,. --. for their Suwann Coulny, AI prescribed: by Florida .Law)
Inc out our character and Individuality we dont do It alone .
of In .."'/'''111' "a"
Our associate" then are realty part us. a meawre. That .
the kind of ....-taUnn we like to maintain with our client here MrrU !-- ---- ----- --- ---- -- -
at SUWANfra rVNEHAL HOME US South Ohio Ave, Live Oak The Delta Duncan Cirri of the

phone m-1214. Pint Baptut Church W M U met

last Monday night at the church.

Licensed Funeral Director the Mr Red Jone had chart of First Federal
proaram Saving and Loan
During the evening the group
packaged Thankaclvmc sunshine I
taUrtt for shut-In In the community

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LIVE OAK. FLORIDA Mr and Mr C P Johns of Association of Live Oak

Lake City were Thursday guests
PHONE 362-1234 of Mr. and Mr Olen Murray and

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Daniel Green and Little FallYOULL 1/ ,.iI A Christmas Fund Check!

l lI Club member may make: weekly: payment ranging from sac to 1000. Payment should

FIND: r be made every week and jwt prior to next Christma you will receive our check for the amount

I Smooth Leather Shaggier, you have saved and your Christmas worrier are over.

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(919Aie/zed f > Meet'Woman'Friday Club At Will CenterThe Mist Sandra Faye !Paterson, 1"-1'\ ( I Here And There I

Woman's Club of Live ,I ff.

Oak will hold Its December : ti/; .,.\,, Miss Candy Hampton. Univer- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Henry Sanci-
luncheon business meeting1, Friday ii spent the tin of Tallahassee and Mr,
WOMENCLARA : .. ; sity of Florida student
December third, at theGarden Sandlln of Live
I with Mamie Oak
.. Thanksgiving holidays
Center )r ,
"i! < her parents Mr. and Mrs. John the holidays Ul,
The Suwannee High SchoolOl..e t
rS Hampton Jr. Boutte. La. with Mr. and MrsJ.
Club will present the pro- P. Howe and daughter Jan.
s, WADSWORTH, Society Editor Lee Harvard returned to TSV.
gram. Mr and Mrs. R. V.
F after -
.Y Tallahassee, Sunday afternoon
Mrs. V. J. Smuts, club president I- Thanksgiving Miss Babsy Phillips, and Mrs i)on
Committee Chairmen Brant llelvenston urges all members to bring spending the Hoffman of Haines City
.... holidays here with his parents spent! !
food for the baskets for the
evening with Mrs
Chosen At MeetingThe Party Honoree SaturdayAn nerd). ',- Mr. and Mrs. Wyman Harvard Sr. Martin and son. Gary. D
Pleasant Hill Extension Army motif was carried out Mr. and Mrs. John1 Pringle of
Homemakers Club met at the for the sixth birthday of Brant Clearwater spent last week end
Community Center last Tuesday Helvenston when his mother Mrs Mrs. Davis Given Party here with her parents Mr. and P BIRTHSSuwannee
evening with Mrs. George Kinard B. W. Helvenston III entertainedat Sunday Afternoon Mrs. S. B. McCullers and other

presiding.Mrs. their home Saturday morning Sunday afternoon wives of the relatives. County
A. D. Chambers reportedon The birthday table was centered local National Guard officers I Mrs. Dora A. Boone of Fitzgerald Hospital
the recent cancer work shop at with an oblong birthday cake, were Invited to meet Mrs. Ralph Ga., spent several days
which time 120 large bed pads which was crested with a tent Davis of Tallahassee, with other! i this week with her sister, Mrs.
were made. from which flew a flag with the friends of Mrs. Davis, when Mrs .e W J. Nipper enroute to Miami. Tetthee Genoa Michel
The club decided to put a words "Camp Brant" across the Louie C. Wadsworth entertainedfor !' Miss Caroline Hart of Macon. Mr. and Mrs Robert F. Michel l
Christmas table In Ogden's Jew- flag. Miniature soldiers, tanks, her from three to four o'clockA 1 Ga.. spent Sunday with her par announce the birth of a daugh
elry Store on December 2. The I and cannons were also on the fall motif was carried out for I ents. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hart ter. Teechee Genon Michel on
public Is invited to see the table cake Decorating the table were the affair. Mr. and Mrs. Alex McKeithen November 25.
and are asked to vote for the also miniature tanks, red cross The dining room table was overlaid attended the FSU-Florida foot- The maternal grandparent are
table of their choice. Mrs. Fred ambulances, an air strip, and other with an autumn cloth. The s ball game Saturday In Gainesville. Mr and Mrs. Fred Oambel of
Haas and Mrs George Kinardare Army paraphernalia. silver coffee service was placedat Mr and Mrs. J. V. DeSalvo and Mayo and the paternal grandpar.
In charge/ of the Pleasant fill! Each guest was given a toy Jet one end and an epergne of rj 1 1b 1r daughters Betty. Patsy Cindy ents are Mr. and Mrs. Fredvm
Extension Homemakers Club ta- plane. fruit and autumn leaves, flanked .:i M and Jody of Jacksonville Beach Michel Sr.. of Michigan.
ble.The Mrs. Hclvenston, assisted by her by single candlesticks holdinir' r spent Thanksgiving with Mr and
club made plans for their daughters, Mary Damon and Harriet ivory tapers, was placed at th! I Mrs Jack White Patsy and BettrI Beater Lakleth Williams
Christmas party to be held on served lunch to the young other end. Trays of cheese straws, I remained here until Sunday. Mr. and Mra. Howard Lee W .-
December 2 at the Community guests. party dips and fruit cake was Visiting! Mr. and Mrs. David Hams announce the birth of a ... !r
Center. Each member Is asked to Present were Chip Wettsteln, also on the table. The credcnz' Ingram In Jacksonville for November 27.
bring something for a Christmas Burt McCrlmon, John Walkup, was centered with a fall arrangement i Thanksgiving wprhis mother The baby has been named D oox.
basket and cookies or other food David Sotolongo, John Boggus, In a wine cooler and five n Mrs. Vera Cotter. Mrs. Carl Ward ter Lakleth Williams.
for refreshments. Sklppy O'Neal, Bill Smith, John branched candelabras holding r' r'd and Don Montgomery from here. Mrs. Williams is the former
Club chairmen for the year Cheek Ricky Moore, and Donald tapers In fall tones were on either I and Marvin Lane. Frank Ingr m. Cornelia Robinson of this cltv
were elected: Clothing, Mrs. R. B. Burch. and Donnie Ingram from Jacitsonvllle : -
Goff; Educational Booth at Fair end.Mrs.. Robert Tuttle and Mrs I Rudolph Reynard Ford
Mrs. Oleta Avery; Food and Nu- :Miss\ Butler Party Jack Jones presided over the cof Mr and Mrs Louie Bozeman Mr and Mrs. Reginald Ford an-
trition, Mrs. Arnett Hillhouse; fee service. and sons, Bubba and Mike sport nounce the birth of a son on No.
Health and Safety, Mrs. A. D. honoree FridayFriday The punch table placed in the p I the Thanksgiving holidays In vember 27.
Chambers; and Housing, Mrs. morning the home of family room was overlaid with a Mr and Mrs. C. II. Watenon of Largo announce the engagement Athens Oa with Mrs. Bow-mnri's The baby has been named Ru
Paul Garrison and Mrs. George Mrs. Sherrod Bird was the setting yellow cloth. The milk glass punch and approaching marriage of their daughter Sandra Faye, brother-in-law and sister. Mr dolph Reynard Ford.
Haas. for a coffee honoring Miss bowl was encircled with fruit to Charles Edmond Wright, ton of Mr and Mrs. Clifton Wright of I and Mrs. Stanley Scott and children Mrs. Ford is the former Evelyn}
Miss Ida Jo Harrison, home Linda Butler, bride-elect of De- Party dips ham biscuits cheese Keith and Kay. Johnson of this city.
demonstration agent, Invited cember, when Mrs. Bird and Mrs rolls, and cocktail sausages were this city.
members to see the Christmas N. J, Bispham entertained for served with the pinch. The bride-elect graduated from Dixie Moiling High School, St
decorations on display at the of her.Mrs. Mrs. J. D. Martin and Mrs. 8 Peteriburg.
fice. The decorations will be on Niels H. Brorsen greetedthe T. McDowell poured punch. Mr Wright Is a 1962 graduate of Snwannee High School and
display from Wednesday until guests at the door and pre- Mrs Nicky Tsacrlos and Mrs I Is now employed by the Flnella cigar dlvUlon of Un-A-Tamp.
Friday sented them to the receiving line I Danny B. McCrlmon assisted In Cigar Co.
Miss Harrison a demon composed of Miss Butler, Mrs
gave serving. tbe'Norwood
The wedding will be an event of December 23 at
stration on Grounds Beautlflcatlon. E. C. Hall Jr., mother of the Mrs. George Dale greeted the O
Church In St. Petersburg
honoree, and Mrs. Bird. guests as they arrived.
Mrs. Hillhouse served refreshments The table in the dining room Others present were Mrs. C T
was covered with a white linen Balsden Mrs. Fred Dick man, Mrs NewtonSundermeyerEngagenlenl Scout Keileilication
cloth and centered with an arrangement Traverse McKelthen. Mrs. Earl
of white rosebuds, net Bembry. Mrs Carlton Byrd Mrs Service Set For SundayThe
I, Robin Renep Roberts pouffs and lily of the valley. Ov Walter Oliver Mrs. Clarence Rat- Mr and Mrs. William Alien Olrl Scouts of Live Oak N
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Ray Robertsof er the center of the table was a lift Mrs. John Hamnton Jr.- Miss Newton Sr. announce the be- and Jasper will hold a candlelight
Rt. 1, Live Oak, announce the design of white bells tied with Mae -P nd rndMrs: H. II Hair trothal of their daughter Miss rededication service Sunday, J>t- ; i
birth of a daughter, Robin Renee satin bows and satin streamers.The Sr. Mary Louise Newton to Carl comber 6. at 7:00: pm. In the
born in Hamilton County silver coffee service was I Henry Sundermeyer of Detroit First Methodist Church of Live 7I
placed at end of the table Mich. I
Memorial Hospital on November one
and was presided over by Mrs Nancy Lynn HaHing Mr. Sundermeyer Is the son of Oak.All Olrl Scout leaders will be
first.The baby weighed 9 pounds 5li\ Donny McCallister. A crystal Mr. and Mrs James! Rafting of Mr. and Mrs Herbert Willard I' Invented at this service
ounces. punch bowl was placed at the 3reenvllle, Tex., announce (he Sundermeyer. Mrs Clyde SandquL, neighborhood -
Mrs. Roberta will be rfmcmbrr. other end with Mrs. Btapham birth of a 7 lb. 4 oz. daughter Grandparents of the brideelectare I chairman, said that al
ed as Glenda Ooolsby of Jar/rr pouring the mocha punch Silver November 26. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Townsend Brownie Scouts and Girl Scoutsare
trays; of assorted cakes end com- The baby has been named NAn- Sr. of Live Oak and O. E. N",,-I requested to be at the chute!
potes of nut. and mints were cy Lynn. ton of Mayport and the late Mrt. by 6:45: In full uniform
Virginia Lynn Allison! placed on, the table. Mrs. Hafllng will b! remembfr- Elizabeth Newton of Jacksonville Mrs. Bnndqulst urges all cltli I
\\'t 4 Mr. and Mrs. John L. Allison The buffet in the room hold a ed as Sylvia Lee, daughter of Mr A graduate of Nathan B Torrent ens to back the organization by
announce the birth of a daughter / massive arrangement of white and Mrs Lawrence Lee. High School. Miss Newton Attended attending this ceremony
Virginia Lynn, on November poinsettias. Blue tapers with tiny David Llp comb College In
i I p 8 in the Hamilton County Memorial blue birds were arranged at one with satin streamers and Illy of Nashville Tenn and Jacksonville at the Lake Shore Woman's Club
Hospital. end of the design.In the valley Miss Louise Keen was University where he majored In'' Her flanoe attended schools in
The baby weighed live pounds the living room matching In charge of the guest book. music. Detroit, Mich and .is now servingin !
'f ten ounces. cables held] alabaster vases with Mrs. Debbie Bird assisted' In Pout Street Church of Christ ; the U 8. Navy They will
Mrs. Allison Is the former Mlsa blue and white flowers. Other arrangements serving will be the setting for the mar make their home In Jackionvlll'
4 Bernice Turner. were placed around riage at 7:31: p.m., Friday December until next summer then' they will
f odotus. the room. Bayfront Park in Miami has an 31st. Friends and relatives move to Detroit where Mr flun-
t li er of the cotton The guest book table was outdoor amphitheatre seating 6.- are Invited to attend the dermeyer will be with the Detroit / l .
plant as early as 445 B. C. graced with white lace bells tied 000 persons. wedding and reception to follow' Police Department.
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Just once we'd like to have people fall In love with apart piece by piece to come up with Improvements The secret's in the patented snap That's why ke crease pIN seal A skirt. "" Sock*.
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j the Inside of our cars before they flip for the that Incredibly enough,make our Pontiacs snaps on three seconds .. L.aeir.e- 75% wnoI -23% mouse Iowa.
outside. Why, this year alone we've made avail. smoother, quieter, more enjoyable to drive. and stays on. perfectly. Adapts to wide or narrow contrttt trmwnwJ. Sofal color stem wool
able brand-new wraparound buckets Profile Really, though-we don't care which feature collars. Made of the same fine fashion IU.w... sam. Soekt.'llE .

bench seats. More rich, genuine walnut paneling. gets you Inside a new Pontiac, as long as It gets fabrics as regular Beau Brummell ties. *1.50
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I Here And ThereMiss I Woman's Club Supper- Gorman.John Flood University of Flor- Birth Announced lee Mrs last week.Joe Sherard retumrd I __Wife PreserversA I

Bazaar Today ida student spent the holidays Mr. and Mrs Gene Baxter an- home from a recent trip to taw-
The proceeds from the bazaar here with Ma parents, Mr. and nounce the birth of a daughter
ton. Cement and Chlckasiia
Xay Airth of Orlando Gainesville and barbecue chicken sapper to Mrs, Johnny Flood. Frida). Nov. 20. at Lake City
Saturday were Mr. I Okla. where she visited relatives.
spent the holidays here with her and Mrs. Nicky Tsacrlos, Mr. and be given by the Woman's Club Miss Pat Warner FSU student The 8-pound, 10-ounce girl has She accompanied her brother and
t parents, Mr.and Mrs. W. C. Alrth. Mrs Robert Tuttle. Mr. and Mrs. of Live Oak today (Thursday) spent the Thanksgiving holidays been named Laura Lourlne Bax sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
1 Mrs. Frank M. Greene of Ft. Frank Futch Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. will go towards their building here with her parents Mr. and ter.Mrs. Bland of Tampa who also visited i
, Lauderdale Miss Judy Oreene, Danny B. McCrtmon. Mr. and fund Mrs. Woodrow Warner.Mr. Baxter b the daughter of relatives in Texas and Oklahoma. I
Moren Brorsen of Jack- The baaar opens at two Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Roberts of
and Miss Mrs. Carl Moore. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs Don Warner of Mr. and Mrs Ralph Davis of
'. sonville spent the week end with H. M. Frier. Herb Wadsworth Jr.. o'clock and will remain open Jacksonville spent Thanksgiving Branford. The father Is the son Tallahassee were week end guentsof
'1 Mrs. Niels H. Brorsen. until eight. Sapper will be of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miles of
and C. r
Mr O. Palmer Miss Charlotte Day with her parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Louie C. Wads-
Mr. and Mrs W. R. Slices of Wadsworth Frank Casey. Mrt. J. served from five veil eight Mrs. Lex Roberts and attendedthe Thomasvllle Ga formerly\ of worth. hell-doll.iii. ilk. cut irons'hi
) Roe Run Mo, arrived last week D. Martin. Gary Martin. Mr. atd o'clock. Live Oak-Lake City football Branford. Miss Joanna Tsacrios returnedto bcltem ., graptfrvlt half
for an extended visit with their Mrs. Leon McDonald Sr., and Dr. Mrs. John Hampton. Jr.. Is game In Lake City Thursday FSU Sunday after spending !..y! l II font sliding ond Ulddlnjo
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son-in-law and daughter. Dr. and ond Mrs. Harold F. Preston. night. Hair Sr. the holidays with her parents. Mr. *M plata.Tuttle's I
Mrs T. L. Landers Mr and Mrs. AI Leonard spent Mrs. Tom Leonard, and Mobile Mr. Cheater Bedell and Mattox J. W. Wallace of Klngstree. and Mrs. Nicky Tsacrlos. I
Among those attending the Thanksgiving holidays In Milton Ala, with Mrs. Leonard's Hair of Jacksonville\ spent 8. C.. visited hla brotherinlawand Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tuttle|I mother Mrs John E.:
FS0-Florida football game In I with Mr. Leonard's parents Mr parents, Mr. and Mrs. John J. Thanksgiving with Mrs. H. H. sister. Mr. and Mrs Ed But- spent_. Thanksgiving with Mrs. Lewis in Montlcello.
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KIRBY'S 25th Anniversary Sell-A-Bration

WE THANK YOU, one and all, for a grand "Grand Opening" of our newly remodeled store. We deeply appreciated your presence in large numbersand

were much gratified to hear your many favorable comments on the appearance of our facilities.

Our "Grand Opening" was just the beginning. Spiritually, we always have had and always will have, the red carpet rolled out for you. But, as you

know, we actually had a real red carpet rolled out for this special event. This carpet is still rolled out for you to help us celebrate our 25th Anniversary in (,

Busineu. Each week, from now until Christmas, we are going "all out" to bring you the bet possible values in the lines we sell. A few of this week's specials

are shown below.

The drawing for the 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th door prize was held Monday. The winners are listed at the bottom of this page. The drawing for the Grand

Prue a General Electric PORTA-COLOR TV will be held at 5:00 P.M., December 24th. If you registered during the "Grand Opening", your name

u still in the box and you are invited to register each time you come into our store from now until Christmas.

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r t A .worn Bill of Complaint bavin
I This .b... flied In thla Court ...In.t foe. tk. .
F' rllaf th.p.ln aoutht b.lnt dlvoreai .Yaara 4
raqulrad to an.war .aid Complaint
And an or before tba llth day of Daeamta. Regular ?,;
A. D.. IMS. furnl.hlm to William I.
Win burn. Jr. Llva Oak Florida' Plain.elf. Early Gr.PEil.
That .'. Attornty, a eopy tb...... al..
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.drew you,

An Encouraging Note now and the convening of Congress in January to Court WITNESS at Liva my Oak bend Bvwannaa and aaal County of tbl. ?'
Florida on thla tha llth day of NOo :
Ordinarily we believe that all legitimate bills identify the ward-boss politicians who have been I v.mb.r. A. D., 1MLAVAUGRN/.

should be paid as promptly as possible. But we've financially pinched by the delayed distribution of I of Th. A.Clre.1t,ESSIONSCl.k Court

found an exception In the case of the rent subsidybill the anticipated checks. Few domesticated animals (SEAL!: ) si
Byi Lillian Radford. D. C.
which the 89th Congress added to our outstanding have a more powerful wall than a wounded politician n.1O

account, along with a host of other charge- who has jammed his fingers reaching for

plate orders, Because it was passed by Congress, the key to the money-box particularly if he n NOTICE INVITATION I. .....10' ,(.TO... City

we have to admit that the bill Is legitimate even already out of breath from promising how the M will Council actvpt of (hi aaalad City Blrti of Ll'up. 0.t.,.O".rI FlorMi.

If there may have been some hlghpressure salesmanship money would be distributed. I 11. l.... at TJO PM. at whlck. tI... all
f p bid. .....1.... will bo 0....... publicly' for
Involved In making It so. But we're Washington County News I ,Afi furnl.hlni the fol'owlni.Twn .

pleased that some of the more considerate of our (f( new UC four door .....u
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to bo ...eI aa '011. Ono !
"purchasing agents" In the Congress managed to "The Red Flag Of Danger" Chevrolet four door ....." to botraded.
.. Dealer to elate net differ
hold up payment on it by deleting the funds to Bully for State Comptroller Bud Dickinson! We : .n.... Complete ._IfI.Ion. and

pay for It from the Appropriations Bill liked him before. We always trought he was a man 1 at oth.r the condition City Clerk* 'may a or'....e.. obtained Caikler.Certified .

If had to choose bill from all check. kid bond .In the
we one among who had his two feet firmly on the ground and a or
amount of not I. than 1% .f kid
the money-wasting boondoggles that were pushed head on those shoulders of his that was capableof I I ...a.' b. attached to kid to I"....
through the 89th Congress that I itk7ir delivery a..p.eiflod.Tb. .
qualified as some mighty straight thinking
City ........ the riant to rojec
worst, that rent subsidy scheme certainly would But when he publicly declared the other day : any and all bid.

make it into the final elimination round. It is just that "the red flag of danger has been hoisted" j City LI. Council Oak Florida.of.

about as well suited as any law can be as a combination and that Florida tax laws are destroying the incentive SKIRTING, AN ISSUJ-Sue Cramer (left) and Lbra Cunningham VERNAR r..leI..t HUNTER

vote-getter and profit-maker for any officeholder of citizens to own land then he said an extra wear "granny dresses" that got them banned from aToms ATTF-T/HARVEY. W, PERRY

who has learned the first lesson in the art good mouthful of good common sense. River, NJ. High School dance by an assistant principaL City Clerk

of political patronage. In his recent statement Mr. Dickinson warned: The "new" dress fad started on the West Coast ".10

We're under no illusion that this Is the end of "At this point in Florida's taxing and economic INVITATION TO BID

the rent subsidy bill most likely we'll still haveto bulge we must seriously consider additional curbsto Former Live Oak .IlIol .ln-One Scored the Sealed City prvpoaala Council of will the be City received of .ti by..

pay for it, and in more ways than just money. protect landowners from a tax program which Harvard Oik.. .orld., at the City Hall until ISO
By Wyman PM. Ea.T.. Decemoer 14. lid*, atwhirl
All that has happened really, is that forty or so uses the club of prohibitive costs to render owner* A rare "hole-In-one" was cap time bldi will ho opened and puk
To Be Pastor
of those Man !lily, read for furnlihfne: and dellverlnlthe
Congressmen who rubber-stamped the ship of land undesirable and economically disastrous tured Sunday on the Suwannee follnwlnt aiaterlala for tile City of

order went home from the office without signing ." County Country Club golf course. Uv OakiApproilmate'y.

the check. The bill Itself was passed by a narrow Our taxes are rapidly killing the goose that Alabama Church It was reported this week, The brick; .II cut! Iron!..manhole.... manhole f...", ..

margin of 208-202. The appropriation of fund has been laying the golden eggs in our Sunshine shot was made on the eighth hole and coveri ali Inch .,... ..1...
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Ala, The Elam and Iron valve .1; II .1.
for it was blocked by only 183 votes; it happenedthat State. Dickinson knows that and has already told Elamvllle by Wyman Harvard Sr Inch' flMlble coupllndi 14 ain Inch
I Baptist Church here has called j Dr. J, Kennon Nicky Taacrl. fir. hydrant .
T. : IJ eU Inch oat
less than that number, only 162 of the 208 county tax assesses to "use the yardstick of common Rev. Earnest Thomas Lander of II and O. H. Rutledge were ploy Iron tee.1| 7.700 U F. of alx Inch
who passed the bill Itself, were on hand to see sense." You just can't get a better yardstickthan os. cut Iron pip and 19,BOO 1_ F. of
Live Oak as pastor beginning ing golf with Harvard at the time. 1.1I Inch and mailer. (alvaalaedteel .
that the money would be provided to pay for it. that December 1, pip.

Even that Is a good sign. It means that there We could use a carload of those yardsticks right A second-year Baptist Bible Item a. llatd' .hi tk* propoeal may
be kid Boparately ar In .0..1........
are at least 183 men and women in the Congress here In Osceola County. Institute (BBI) student, this Is Public NoticesIN Specification. and contract doc.meat

who haven't forgotten that there is such a thingas Get a pencil and some paper. You Invest in his first pastorate. He was a spot will office bo of open the City to public. Clerk In.pecllfm Live Flor the

the power of the purse" and that it is some- 100 acres of land at ,1000 an acre. You hold it welder and appliance man for 10 THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ida, or mar ... obtained. from Smith and OUAU1Yr
; r.llleepl Fnilneer In., P. O. Hoi 1141.
times possible to exercise that power to delay if for 10 years Yoh pay the current tax rate at the years before entering the ministryIn THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Jacksonville.. Florida 1111, ., ?
not to prevent entirely, the promiscuous dispensation current assessment. You pay the current annual Lanier Janet Dorothy IDA. IN CHANCERY Only compute wig of apoctflcatloM.
of our tax dollars. rate of Interest on the money you borrowed to buy Martin of Buffalo N Y They DOROTHY EIYNETTB RICHARDSON. will Rid be* must aceompanlod by a for f& *

The anguished cries from some of the machine that land. You decide after 10 years to accept an have t daughter, Linda Janet ... Plaintiff tI,.... .h..... or bid bond iV a. .....t &
sos Iva than tea ** '.., .f the "'".
political bosses in large cities about the country offer for double the price you paid. After paying ue b.The, 10lErH WALTER: RICHARDSON No kid may be withdrawn. for s ported

suggest that even the delaying of funds serves a the real estate commission on the sale how do you family will live in the BBI DtoIeRdan'- of time/ I*for bon the after receipt the*' ......... ctoabif.

worthy purpose. For it will be possible between come out financially? -St. Cloud News apartments for the present but The Owner .....".* the rlakl, in re-
will move here as soon as a home DO YOU HAVE AN &3&Z all Mt red to waive Ia'

can be rented or built. Rev. Lanier City of
Wife said.Qinl Alcohol Problem? Ll.. Oak Florida.
lire i/VFRNAK
fir We now have in Live Oak ATTEST: ,..""' ... CH' C..."
inC fire
am Of Thank *n AA Group ready to ./ HARVEY CPy W.Clerk PERRY

Br BILL BERO We wish to express our spprerlatlon help you ..... f
and gratitude for the
BUCKET FUNNEL the American Cancer fund and O. Box 591, SUWANNEE OUNTY. rtORIDA
other expressions of sympathy IN CHAI'ICUY.'
CUTAWAY TOP OF PLASTIC CUT FROM TOP PART Of JUfi x; offered us at the death of our Pmlntlff.CME'RHON .CRI-HA.. .
t ...YOUR TANKS Mrs. R. 8. Annie) Carver Br. I NOTICE TO DEPEND
r WORM DUCK T s COMPUTE. F., naaitar, milaf |ob d dicing THB STAIR: OF FLORIDA TO I
rafrlgarotor teak{.., ua U chaaM EMCRHON D. GIIIIIH"". whew
reeMonc and *d..... ore unknown.
.llcarlmraodolaknlfa.Odd YOU ARC HFRFRY NOTIFIED that.
a complaint. for ..,._ .... boo. filed.
..,...., you and you are rovulrod. toeorvo
FactA IT'S HERE! THE ALL NEW MF 150 : cop*.Ir..lAIRTH. ** an... or pleadlac
i haasked to Ik aa M tk* ,.. at.
Pennsylvania physician '7-. PEILERS: ft LRWI5,

for the p".f. the of laws sal The 3-plow row-cropper of the rugged new Massey- Florida,.....Hw.rtl fllo Ike. lireM.aria-teal Uv niwer 0.orPloorflm '".

tannin or controlling i ,. the alIN..0 the Clark at
of morning tory sods because Ferguson tractor breed In ,4 front-end style the. (',..... Court of I.w.._ Cnnty
Florida on or ...,.. the. IM day of
71tAUCERS when eaten they can cause J........ IM. If you fall to ... *. a .
hallucinations and lead to ad With new Increased-capacity Advance Ferguson deeroe pr. oonfeee* will bo tad on anmet
'tali.'"' Ibo """* *"**.** M the _.

diction. System new automated operating ease new I 'DATED!. at I.lie Ok. Sue,...* Ca...
BUOYS Fac- ty. Fkn-M. Ibis Seth .... W N..*m_.
o beefed-up power new rugged toughness. Call III'.
CUT BOTTOM OF JUS THC EMPTY BOTTLE An electrical appliance show lAv-Airr.HN A. SESSIONS:
USE AS A FOOD I CWk Ct..R c.....
DISH FOR YOUR PCS. MARKER FOR THAT A la San Diego Calif. blacked for a demonstration today I *.....-C_..,.n-.M.Bf .

COOP FISHING SPOT.FUCO out when too many appliances (SEAL, B/ Poari
overloaded a circuit.Household 0.,'. CInS5Il


Before Ironing dark cottons CO. '\1-q THIRD FLORIDA J111ICIAL IN AND FOR CIRCUIT ILTWAN O' 13X13 H'

wipe lint from the Ironing bond I Nit' : COUNTY IN!' CHANCfirrmlatiff
cover with a damp cloth or 215 W. STM ST. 3B2-2381 1I11II1f1. L MORRIS,
sponge. I

Y .........." ...,..........,.....,.................................,.....,.. .........." ...,.... JERRY *V MORRIR.TOl Drr.........
Jerry S, II...... wlMeo mil knew.
: + ........* la Ft. IU...toa. .......
? % ; ; You or* berebr _..... that a eon PKG.
!. ,.silt fee a 4lvr .ba* boo* Shod .. Ike mm m sea M 'f A .. '. ... ...... ...... Court ..4 pool an _.....
r .e oerve a **.. ., tour aa.wer .. .......
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m to the In Ph>k>lirr*
... A._.. Wm. .......... 2 ROLL PACKfl'
.areas-.e............ " ..l.u.n..a.nune..yI ( Randall P. O.
It : I P.. *ol. IJv. O... Ftoildo. and file Ikeerfemal
K ike oft,.* of Ike Ctork of IWClreuil DECORATE!!
Cast .. or borer la* Ilk day
I 1 i of December. A. D. lull. nT 'M ear toeooileet
Ike cam*. 4krwte Ike .!.*.. TIS-:
lie*. of tno win bo ..... a*
4 **.'...*.. ky ._
DOM and ..*-* .. Lev. Oek. Ftor.Mo. .
Ikla .lh day W N..__, A. DISIAtl .
Petroleum Products I"". PKG.
d'Mr5 of Cre.N C'_
r $...- CwtPbrlls .............

Sri Una Redford. D C: JUMBO H
E Fuco Farm Fuels and ..... WHIT


Not_ I* ......, .looi Ikot the .N...
N E GASOLINK OIL DIESEL FUELS ....... ..-.. .. uSe fanMHu* row
TRACTOR FUEL KEROSENE ...t..*. Ckapler ."u. or .*..... ,4.
.1. FtMMa .
r W.t.iM. teat u| n.m
E tec seas tko flora W Ik. Costa KG.PAGE .
TIRES-BATTERIES' ..1 for So.*o_ c-.... rof --.

1W upon.raroto....e *IbeTrtPtM"pM"' -.f of -pvMkMlion- 5wal
i GEORGIA ACE FERTILIZER Notice To All Corn Growers! Sew m..t.
i ....
nder I eta oo.o.o k. '..miO..
E Any Quantity Any Analysis Bulk or Bagged I .**** to *o am .. buini.M tm U..
0. sad my .Mroa a> R...* S.
i Suwannee Grain Corporation is now receiving yellow shelled Tao .._ of a._.. le W,ueiajo.IAMM rJl'rr.

SPREADER SERVICE the service available rtatml ,.... c., day W Noeookw ft BIN .
We try to give moat courteous to
( We Handle ASCS Purchase Orders E Et com. you u...
SARIS W. ails
you and our aim is to see that you get the highest possible price 55.5.

FUCO '93' GASOLINE for corn. TMt: COUNTY nutcci mot
your IN AID FOB SVWAANtt COl""' ".
w. Have) Our Own Tank TranSfport E rUMIOA. IN' 0YATLR
R& : an.t. of
Bring us a load of com. We believe you'll be back again and we CORA JOHNMtM ALBIANDEB. t

appreciate your patronage. ....-toy .. IN 4uw .. a..
J.5.- -. a ......
.wt4d awl wwwd y ... r. ._
FREE S&H GREEN STAMPS I.. 1..M ..565hew. mar bow
.eaaw .aid to IM ad tbo
Phone 362.3596
E WITH ALL HOME DELIVERY W. f Rowse.. 16.11r
If If' ;::, f, iiilauou w Una Qrrer.m :
TIRES & BATTERIES Ibo der 01 w .... ..._ o0 ISM
ermla. Lr5 er dmud mew .hi m.rmra
d : Call Ua For Complete Farm and Homo Srvlc : ... -- w. .M .rw -
sad,M addmau eM
t Suwannee Grain Corporation I = d most 5. .m t. :
? FUCO OIL Sm oou.t. M W ..-.. w
it H win -- .dd6V M 6 A
\ Moewmbe I M.rUrTM.1'.
E & CHEMICAL CO. 1/4 Mil North Livestock Market On North Houston AT*. E EE .' AUtlAMTXB .r/

f : ::-= ofa'-' B..f.

rn...,Suuae..u'SSS Phone 362-2092.S.....,....u..u U.. Oak,e.u..U.Florida ...1 $H.


I. l


I Beach villc

JH4JJe Mr. and Mr. O. D. Beach had of Mr*. Sanford Beach Sunday.

ASHI $1 u their guest Sunday their aon- Mr. and Mr. Hot Spooner and
FLORIDA FARMERS. : In-law and daughter Mr. and daughter Ginger of Jacksonvilleand
Mrs Bill Hartley and children Bobby Koon of Lake City
'39e OF EVENTS SOLD PRODUCTS WORTH 81 Z Sandra and Dell of Newbcrry and Mr*. O. C Cannon were
I MORE THAN A BILLION DOL. and her father F E: Terry Thanksgiving guest of Mr. and
LINDSAY STATIMENT NEW YORK SITUATION 1 LARS IN 1964, HIGHEST IN Mr Blanche Carroll of Eagle Mr*. Luther Adkln
CHan ON tm BAmiNO I| PUZZLING EVERYONE 1 HISTORY ACCORDING TO THE I Lake visited Mr. and Mr. Willie Mr. and Mr. Jack Kennedyand
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA'S INSTITUTE 1 1 Odom and Mr and Mr. Clyde daughter Jan. and guest
By HENRY CATHCART OF FOOD AND AGRI 1 Odom last week. Donald NeSmlth, attended the
Central Press WatMngto Writer CULTURAL SCIENCES.Approximately Mr*. W. H Ttdwell and daugh U F and F S U football lame
\TFrASraNQTONPohUc 1* a subject that most people don't ter. Lena Pearl, and T F Brach In aalrtMvllte Saturday afternoon.
W understand vn though they think they do. A situation visited Mr. and Mr. J J Branson Mr. and Mr. H. C. Cason and
U developing la New York City that has everyone puuled Including 95% of Clcrmont thru Thanksgiving ion, Donald visited their children I 1

both thOM who do and don't understand poUUc. Or FLORIDA'S PHOSPHATE v Mr. Tldwell and daughter returned and famlllei In Jacksonville !
When Mayor-elect John V. Llndy wa* campaigning for the PRODUCTION GOES INTO t Sunday afternoon but Mr last week end I
position, I* was the darling of the liberal wine of the Republican PLANT FOOD AND IS DISTRIBUTED Brach stayed for a longer visit Mr and Mr*. C C. Hemphlll
Party and the belt nolr of the coruenraUve AROUND THE t Mr and Mrs Powell NeSmith and on, Wayne, Mr. and Mr.
When Lindsay won out over the Democratic and IOn Donald and Larry Kennedy Martin Beach and ton. Scott and
candidate ha wa hailed by the COP a* their WORLD. FLORIDA FARMERS, ICI all of Statrnboro' Oa visited Randy all of Gainesville and Mr*.
shining ll&'ht-a living example that the party AMONG THE COUNTRY'SHEAVIEST +' 1 Mr. and Mr*. Jack Kennedylast Sanford Beach were ThanksgivingDay

was not dead and that given candidate of USERS OF FERTILIZER week guests of Mr. and Mr. Willie
stature It could win election. SAVE AN ESTIMATED _, Mr and Mr, Albert Mane of Brach Wayne and Scott stayed
However Lindsay now appear to be kickinghi MILLION DOLLARS A YEAR ,. Tlfton O... were dinner gueottSubscriptions with their grandparent until
friend and playing Into the hand of his BECAUSE PHOSPHATE IS '" Sunday

worn enemle Lindsay ha* stated publicly MINED IN THE STATE, ANDDOESN'T Rev and Mr. M A. Tldwell
that h* would not campaign for anyone In his
HAVE TO BE I children Philip and Shawn
party who might seek the presidential nomination
HAULED IN of Live Oak were guest of his
Sutrmneeemoernf grandparent, Mr. and Mr*. M MTlcUell .
In ether wnnt. Lindsay appears to be un- I
Thanksgiving Day
Jetia V. Undioy willing to support liberal pereonaUtle In his
Listed' below are new .ubMt'rlp- Mr. Auitln Cannon and daughter
own party who supported him uniUntlngly.
+' / Lions and subscription! renewed to Trurtle of Reachvllle and
Won't campaign' H* also appear wilting to let the field nfor + L
the Suwanne Democrat from Mr Ruby Sandlln of Lake City
anyone main open for conservative personalities homay
November 1 Ito November 3d visited. In Melbourne a few day,
ek to capture the nomlnatt NEW Mt'n ('lm'TIS4! last week.Rev. .
Lindsay U taking the position that a* mayor of New York he
the nomination I Mr. A. II. Carter. .'t. Place F E. Day will be her
will need the support of whomever should win
liberal or conservative.. H* also bases his portion on the propo- Mr*. Mary C.rlt', Writ Sunday. Com and worship with

Noon that h* should remain above partisan politic ConnMr us.
All this U fine, but w* doubt It states fully the Lindsay reaaonlnf. *. Fred Haas, McAlpIn w
The fact I* that his victory: ha pushed him Into the John Bandlter Valilco
forefront of speculation a* a possible OOP presidential candidate PFC John 1. Tld rll. NY N V Montgomery NnlneeI

ta IMS. Lindsay may not want to support any other liberal In Pvt Mervtn J. Libby Ft OJi- Jolt: 1I'ull
hope that they for reason\ of party solidarity can be maneuvered THE OLD HOME TOWN et ese By STANLEY don Oa
Into supporting him for the biggest political plum of all. L. C. Davis Jr. O'BrienSt'BSt'ILIPTIIEcIM S. E Montgomery Jr WM rli r-
. NEVCI MIND !' RRNE1P'p: : ted president of the Suwannr
MANAGEMENT Sn'DY-8.a. Joseph 8. Clark. D-Pa.. U art (Do'rvu HAVE TH6 WliECRACKVCIVS Mr. Marvin E.: Jones TuUa County Country Club last Tuesday
unusual legislator. Most try to get the government to Ananc '.:API AcCOUjvr IT TOMCI Okla I night replacing outgoing

what they want don*. Clark has financed something h* want Harold C. Saunders, Branford' president Harley Brown.
the government to do. Mrs. U C Marlin O'Illicit I Other officer for the coming

Clark hired a professional management consultant firm to ,. U J. Day: L. O. year art Danny McCrlmon. vie
study his own Senate office operation and had them extend .r J. R Walker, Itranford president, Rufu McMullen. arc

the study Into other areas where modern management technique Larry Taylor Rt L., 0 retary-treasurrr, and directorsare
might benefit the entire Senate + : I )'frl. J. E. Crawford McAlpIn Sam "Finn Harry McKflthen
The study firm ha made It* report and found. Incidentally Mr*. II. II Hair Br. U O Earl Johnson, Wyman Harvard
that Clark'a own office I* run In a businesslike manner. Its most R C. Knight Vero Beach Lloyd Dong*. 8. T. McDowell and

sensational recommendation however concerns the need forreception J. D Odom Jr.. Starke Barley Brown.U.,
desk la the two Senate Office Building to assist II B. McCormick, Orlando .

''If visitor In getting their business done. Bp-4 Michael 8. Maimliw, NY.
According to the Sum reception desk ahould be established.This N Y.
I* not sensational But the Arm also recommends T J. Fletcher Sr. OHrlrn wish. to offer our heartfelt
that girls-attractive young ladle*--"** Rs *prieawU
C O. Palmer Rt. L
O. think to our friend, neighbor.
selected and trained airline stewardesses"should
DeN Pet W. II Wilson L. O and relative fur the food flower .
serve a* receptionist Phlllln Drlegal. n Lauderdale *, card, visit, prayer, and
number of obta enf
Now w* have spent a year
DougUa High School. U O. other services extended u* at the
the Senate, Its component part and It*
serving Janus M Urannan Itt OMr .
L. death of our dear I.UI..r.Tt"ae .
staff a* well a* the stream of visitor Our fear ls that such a i iST.Wt
*, John L. 1111. Ollrlen rxpresakina of love and
receptionist set-up would quickly block: the entrance a* visitor /
mJe found themselves with .* .!....'- berth C7 Dill llolticlaw, Rranford sympathy were a great connotation -
11 suddenly
-& -- .
/ v !til INSTANT Fred Jones, Branford lo u* during our bereavementMay
of 1 SeRYICQ Mr*. Walter S Walker. Ilrait- Ond bless you all.

I .....,.....- ..,...,. ''q I ford The Family of
A. W Ward. Rt.. L. O. Eugene Gordon Musgrov
Titles (;rloe 1.11 Mcrt I UO""lIIary S..n Ir(", _. -
Stanley Crtbba Eddie Hillhouae. Service will be held this Bun-!
Judy Poucher, and Shirley Crlbb. day at Rosemary Raptlitt Church MIMTM.: notiui or rinnc V V Brim and seconded by L, I II Temporary Duly Elsewhere: : I d.r at I 00 A M with the follow*
gave educational demonstration Sunday! School will begin at 10 IVMTBl"TION. !ll'\\ANSU: nil to accept McCrlmon'a bid a.I Louis Berry To attend Rerun. Ing present; vii: Chairman U M

at the meeting of the Pin Grove .JII. preaching service at II am. fOt'NTV, rLMHIUt. low bid.on all except Rotary Cal' Plant Management Meeting t In Crew Jr., T It. Barnett U II
4-H Club November 12. and the evening service will be Llrt Oak Florida culator and that Monroe International Cocoa on Nov 10, II, 13. lIIe6. Olll. V. V Brim, and E: A. Collins
Reporter LaOrande Bailey sad gtnat7pm. October 1. INS Inc!. be accepted a* Ion I John A. Cade PEA: Prtnc. Th devotional wu given by L.II .
that IS member and' guests The meeting was called to order bidder on Rotary Calculator Matk pal' Meeting In Tallahassee, Oc OlllHi .
were prtsent. .t t 00 A M with member pre*. >n carried tuber II. II. INS minute of October" llth
a a When rrlabt.elWCl.he mother ent vU: Chairman L. M Moved' by V V Brim and *econdrd Julia Owen College Day Aetlvltles. meeting were read and approved
woodcock often file off with a Jr. V V Brim L. II Cr'1 by E. A Collins to adopt North Florida Jr College Moved by T It Barnett sec
Cotton U grown In II slat**. chick held between her leg*. B: A. Collins a rule that all school lunch 'program Ort 19. IMSIxmnle onded by L. II Olll. and .carried
; The minute of September 11th In Suwannce County wll 0. Mural Area Ould that Temporary Duty Elsewhere
meeting were read and approvedThe confine sale of food and drink ante Meeting North ".. Jr Col be granted a. follow]
devotional WM given by L. to those th.t.o with Type A use Nov II. INS Jan, II, IMH Kenneth Wand PEA Insur.
Sayings! ... Crew lunch .Including. milk and real Feb 11. 1'118. March :7iNS. nee Meeting. Nov, I, INS
The motion was made by L II orange juice Motion carried May 1 INS June T, INS Everett Williamson Science
Olll. seconded by E: A. Collln and Moved by E A, Collln and O. II, Munch Jr -.. College Day, Edueallon Meeting, Nov ISIIIMS .
ENT motion carried to approve Temporary seconded by L., II Olll to accept North Fla Jr College, October .
Duty Elsewhere a* folio** W O Bunch Jr'. resignation' .a 95. IMS.; Area Guidance Meeting. (Uad,* F Jones. .- Counselor'.
M Temporary Duty Elsewhere Finance Officer and Mrs Ine i North Fla, Jr Coli..., Nov, IIIMS Meeting, Madison Nov II, IHS,
Lonnle B Hurst Area Ouldanc Hudson' rMlgnatlon. a* Secretaryof Jan II, .IM4. Feb II, IM. Jan II .IMI. lib 11. IMI. March
SFIk 1 aatq I Meeting. October I. IMSRosslnnl ; Uranford School. Motion car March It. IM, May I, |M.. :I,. INS, .May 1, iNS June 7,
Oranvtlle Ouldtnce red June T. IMVlnlril INS

.99ECTRIC Meeting. Oct. I. INS. Nov III Moved by L II Qlll and secondd Alford Area Ould Moved by T. R Barnetl. **..
: AA P I IMS Jan. II. I.... Frb II. IMI by E A. ColliN that the B )ar< sine Meeting, North ".. Jr. Col. ended by V V Brim and motion
I March II INS May 1. INS June rail the seml-annual millage and legs, No I'. INS, Jan. II, IMI carried that The Una Holland
7, IMI; trustee election for Tuesday after Feb 19. .INS March 95. INS May resignation be accepted a* leach
r Thomas Warren North FlorIda the first. Monday In Decent. 1. IMI. June 7, IMI er at OBrlen School and thai
V.49 t !, Reading Conference, Nov, 4. bet INS which I* December, Everett Williamson fluih James Cooper be approved M
.. .. INS; IMS. end that the Board set the Annual. Science Fair 1 Work Con. teacher to replace her
Olsrtrt F Jones Area Quid- mlllact at .10 mill, and ask pro- frrence. Oct 11, 77. IMSSperd Moved' by E: A. Collins seconded
anew Meeting. October I. INS: pie to vote 10 mill district mill. Itoalrlihl Blilh br L II ()lJJ thai lUtiu edt
Susie L. Wltttsm Ito-ne Reonomlc .ge. Motion carried Annual Science Fair Work rim.ference be employed, a* lunchroom helper
1.99 :# tti i Teacher Conference Ort Moved by E A ColliN *econded Oct: 21 11 IMS II Dutiitsje Motion carried
71. INS; by L II OKI to approve Mr W P Powell -. suih Annual Moved by E A. Collins second
( Katherine Fryer Home ECOnomlc Terry' recommendation of Mr Science Fair. Work Conference rd by V V Brim thai Superln-
1C CAN Teacher Conference, Ort Jame Bifgert* Secretary of Ort, 11 11, IMS; "',""'nl'* rcummendllon of W
11. INS; Branford School Motion carried Personal Leave: C Alrlh. Finance Officer be approved -
1.99 Mariarel H White Drive tn Moved' by E A Collins eeonded Agree C. FoUom, Gel I, 1I and that salary be 17104 .
", ,ft4 anw Conference of Classroom Teacher by L. II. Olll that the SuperntrrwVnt IMS 00 per year Motion carried

F Ort .. INS, '. reeommendallun to Annual' Leave: Moved" by V V Brim, seconded
air Aflene While Drive In Con employ Mr Charlie Clayton as W O flush Jr Ort. I I. INS by E: A Collln to accept Conned
ra ''Innet.I Classroom Teacheta Finance Officer temporarily be rough Or I. 7, IMS TtwlmC*", '. resignation and toaccept
Oct S, INS: ppcoved Motion carried. Motion was made by T It her + Superintendent reeonvmemUlkm
Oeraldine Nelson Drive In Moved' by V V Brim seconded bell seconded by .. II Olll and of but rout transfer
Conference of Classroom Teach by L II. OUI. that Lerey .....4oIn motion carried to accept reenmmendslion of Lumaa MrCuIler to Thomp-

: en. Ort I. INS, boo designated a* "" ...uw. Cowny of Browsed Stewart a* ,Min' route, Rots,$ Slrlcklen to
Joi Shellle Q Brown Drive In I Coordinator of Federal Educa: CUatwtlan. at M... View. SrrwulMotkjn McCuller route Mr Stanford loStrkklen

i p W tp it Conference Classroom Teach Ion act Motion carried wa made by T N B.r' '* route, and Mr, Meo4 .
I 1134 era. Oct .. INS. There bring no further .bud.* twit seconded by E A. Collln to lake. short rout on DuvaJ
!t The resignation of Cherry PeikIn "'M. the Board adjourned and motion carried\ tot MrUrv Street/ Mutton carried

WM presented a* Lunchroom lirNKY M FOLHOM at OUrten School to work full Mined by V V Brim and se*.
II I worker at DmwlM Moved' by L Secretary and Btipt. lime. *nil d by L H OKI thai hoard
II Ota and seconded+ by r A Board of Fubiie Inalnictieri Library Midi were opened and' establish ptviuon of VocalkmalHreetor

L5 v,, | Coffin U accept resignation. Mo- L M CREWS. Chairman I abuUled and are on file .In .<*. l.tII.t). to fund* I being>>
,Y//' A 'lion carried Board of Public Instruction pwtolendetil Office Moved b, provided Mvlkn carried
A re oma.endaUan wa received Y Y, Brim end seconded by L IIOin Moved by T M rurrxtl andsectmrfed
from Mr Thorns Warren October I'. INS to snept lowest and best bl4 br U H OHI to adopt
"iT Scotch Grain rVvy MotCMing by Bete*. A nend- Principal at Claeland School fot The meeUnc was tailed lo or* MMion ..,rta04. lewluiiMi No |, 1, and' 1 a* re-
tome classic with" told handtewn, ....n. plu the r i'" and W,., J F Crew M *..*. 0>r at 04 AM with the follow Bulb wet audited. and aulho. seeded In Minute, Bout Motkxt
Indians of that achool Molten fig aeembets present, vu Chairman ,ts.d p.a.Moved arrledUoed
n gd beeufy of Scotch Grabs h.tlsrs. TW Reify mouitla i I I WM made by U II Gin seconded L. M Crew Jf Tit...,* b* E. A Collins and *e*. by V V Brim and ....

double far drwM or casual west fanny wiser You bet 'I" E.: A. Cl9fM and motion cwt ...... 41.. 01. and f. A CoMna on>M by V, V, Skim to accept the ended by L. M Girl thai Board
.Ks a wU nd eomfertsWo choice youTI ms*. wttfi tW sUtr : rod to accept recommendation The devotional I was given by Tf\II&#*. recoen" ...end4lkn to pier II County CommUsluner appoint

,.,.,.Moc. Com on In and., try the*. rf n your lilt pair, Bid were opened and tabulated L. If OH on bIM s choice for people to Pull lioMrT Motion carried
and are en file In Supertntrn* The minute of the October Sth eats to enmlnau Trwtee. in Suwannee Moved by V V, Brim, and
were g R woe ta tea.
wager panry you I I dent Office ....M\. were read and approved County. Motion carried aided by>> L. If. pill to can Men.
$15.99 ScienceMoved' .* Y Y, Branhanded A motion wa marie by E A There btn. ,.. further bt4nrs flied Trustee and MUI g* Election
I -, by E A Colon that the CMftn and aeeottroVd bf L II *. the hosed adtoMTMdHENKY TNt. election will .bo tubject

1 Kcwamtee Goaapany be award OUi thai 1Anc1'It0llfll.t M. FOLMOMS to the effUe being aboUshed Motion
bid on Selene FurMUtf. MoUunCarried. nange* be approved when the reU/y and h t. carried.The .
I Thawte ...... at Chrleuia*. M.- Pursers of PfcfcUe liMtructionL. being fw further buatnea*.
Moved by Y, V lets and *ee>! Uoei tarried M CKrWB JR Chehrwt.n the board<< MXnirnedHtWHY .
ended by L: A. CM&n that bide M.Uon wa a4e by T a. Br loud of FttfcBe INIl'uctIoft M FOLSOM
1 o* I.... EcotMsnka furottore. be seta aMondMl by L. H OOJ and Secretary and fluptBoard .
")feW and as* far new bid tarried tor Teaapocary Duty Ebe- Live OU. Florid << of ruble Inetructinn
-llYf OAK'S f,sheoo le4Kkf. Motion carried where and Leave be granted a* X,vemb.T I. INS L. M CREWS 111 Chairman

sVswne Education: Moved bf I follow: The s.eetkng wee ..... .. .*- Board ef Public' Instructionf

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II NeW From Branford Branford I Mimos and SlieefcrCOttE r!

By MRS SHIRLEY W. HATCH Personals -. TM4T BOWL,JUNIOR1youve oN,c7NOaiNr ) tXA 8057.1 TO 0AMLLOW IT M HTt-ftlS,
PIUISHE oyeRpor./ CHUNKS.'/IMcDlll

even SCIMP 01*

New OfficersFor BUCCANEER Mr. and Mrs Wilson Cason and FOOP W IT/

family of Clearwater were week i

IMF BULLETINThe end guests of Mr. and Mrs. How r. '
Group ard Cheney and Mr. and Mrs d.

Carl Hawkins and family. "1..
The Methodist Youth Fellow- Skin Of Our Teeth Holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs ,

ship recently reorganized with Most people feel that all that Melvin Owens were Mr. and Mrs. + r 1i

Oraham C. Owen as counselor for teenagers are Interested in is having Pete Hammons, Dr. and Mrs. ,r..' '

the group. a good time. Well, It Is possible Wayne Hammons and families, r .
Officers were elected as follows: to have a good time and Mrs. Rou Myra Murphy, Mrs

Peggy Ware, president; Scott include culture in the agenda. On Wlllard Busby, Mrs. Orrle Hutch- A.

Ware, vice president; and Char- Saturday, November 20, a groupof ingson, all of Lake City, Mr. and
lene Suggs, secretary-treasurer twenty students from Bran- Mrs Bobby Owens and family

Randy and Jerry Herndon will ford attended a tour of Lake City and Joe Ronn of Jacksonville, Mr. Mrs. Price's parents, Mr. and Mrs.. their son-in-law and daughter. family of Tallahassee, and Mr,, Air Force Base In Tampa,

have charge of planning the deco- Junior College, and then went on and Mrs. J. H. Busby of Wellborn, M. B. Jordon In Starke. Mr and Mrs. Jerry Cooper and and Mrs. J, D. Garden and Kemp I Mr. and Mrs. J. p. Purser and

rations for the church during the to Columbia High School Audi- Mrs Patton and Mr. Moore of Mr and Mrs. Nelton Jernigan family.D. Haskell of Mayo, were Sunday family of Lake City, and Mr. and

Christmas season. torium to enjoy the college's presentation Quincy, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald and family of Tallahassee were H. Dorsett Is a patient In the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mrs. W S. Ware and family of
The young people will help with of the Thornton Wilder Owens and family of Bran- Friday guests of Rev. and Mrs Suwannee County Hospital in Jones. Branford.Mr. .

the Christmas program at the play, "The Skin Of Our Teeth". ford. Allen Price and family. Live Oak. Miss Hilda Jones of Orlando and Mrs. R. E. Hatch had

church on Sunday evening, December The play, which was directedby Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Hatch had Alex Purcell and Mrs Roy alley Miss Pat Parker student at spent Thanksgiving with her parents as Thanksgiving guests Mr and

19. They will go carolingon the speech director of the college as guests on Thanksgiving Day. were holiday guests of Mr and Florida State University, spent Mr. and ''Mrs. Fred Jones Mrs. Robert Hatch and family of

Thursday night, December 23 Mr. Edwin Boles, had a Mrs. Monroe Alexander of Gainesville Mrs. John Purcell in Bushnell.L. the holidays at home with her Miss Jones attended the University Jacksonville Mr and Mrs Walter

and visit shut-ins of the commun humorous and rapidly moving Mr. and Mrs D. R Lewis A Sessions underwent surgery parents Mr. and Mrs. Marlon of Florida and Florida State Long of Atlanta Oa. Mary Schulman -

ity.The plot. The theme was centered and family of Valdosa, Oa., Mrs in the Pine View Hospital In Parker football game In Gainesville Sat of Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs
young people will also assist around the Idea that man could Alma Harrell of Jacksonville, and Valdosta recently and has been Mr .and Mrs. Leon Sims and urday. Palmer Daughtry and family of

in packing food and clothingfor never have survived the threats Mrs. Russell Blanton and familyof confined to the hospital for several family of Gainesville were Thursday Thanksgiving Day guests of Mr. Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. A. R

the community Christmas that he has met and will meet Branford. days. guests of Mrs. L. A. Sims and and Mrs. A. B. Ware were Lt. Col! Hatch an dfamlly. and Mr and

program. had it not been for the divine Rev and Mrs. Allen Price spent Mr and Mrs Frank Norris other relatives.Dr and Mrs. Carl Schneider and Mrs. Leon D. Hatch and family

a a spark of hope which comes from Wednesday and Thursday visiting spent Thanksgiving Day visiting and Mrs. E. O. Haskell and daughter, who are stationed at of Branford.

within man himself. The case of --

ThanksgivingService the play was made up of speech -

students from the college.
For Sale Real Estate .
Held Students who attended the play MISCELLANEOUS

and the tour would like to thank

Mrs. Philpot and Mr Munch for
Thanksgiving service -
A community
Branch OfficeSUWANNEE
arranging the trip.F. .
last week at the
was held IT PAYS TO SHOP
Presbyterian Church in Branford RIVER
sponsored by the Ministerial As II. A. Party REALTY Live Oak Drug Co.

soclatlon.Rev. Future Homemakers of America I FOR SALE FOR SALEFOR 407 Dowllng St. "The
held their initiation party in the Prescription"FOR
Allen R. Price, pastor of LITTLE ADS Farm Bureau Bldg.
high school gymnasium on the FOR SALE Poulan and Pioneer
the First Baptist Church, brough SALE Black Shetland Phone 382-1528 THE BEST
Rev. evening of November 22. Each BIG RESULTS chain saws, parts nd service. WINSTON J. ROGERS Realtor
the Thanksgiving message pony, saddle, bridle and mar CHANEL BLUE GRASS
PHA member Invited a guest Logging supplies, hooks clamp. In Farm A
Specializing Acreage
Arthur Davis
J. L. Feagle, Rev. tlngale, $140. Lawrence Tyson, AMBUSH Tabu
Around 60 people attended the bows, bars, and chains. Repairfor Sales and Loans
and Rev. Bruce Beardsley also BUYSELLEXCIIANGEWha&enr 310 Colonial. Phone 362-28: -Fame, TJours MoL
had a part on the program. party. the purpose, "a will most small gasoline after 5 pjn. cbjj 28-2 Possession
Oames were under the directionof Tyre's Saw tt Four Acres With 600 Ft. 8HULTON
Special music was furnished bv find Democrat classifieds do Engine FrontageOn Escapade: Desert
J. C. Bass, Oaylta Bass, and Mrs Charlene Suggs and Miss But- the job, quickly and well. formerly Electric enrlnes'l CHRISTMAS SHOPPING We Branford Road. Nice Flower Corn Silk
J. L. Feagle, accompanied at the erfleld, physical education director. 903 5th St. Your small have pianos, organs, new and Homesite With Plenty Of CHANTILLY MATCHABELLI Wind Song

piano by Mrs. J. C. Bass. Refreshments were served by headquarters. rebuilt; guitars, amplifiers, musical Shade Trees. Good Location For SHOCKING
a a Lynda Lynch, Kathy Fletcher. DEADLINE FOR INSERTION assessortes; TVs, color and Two Or More Trailers $1.6000 FABEROE Aphrodesia.-Tigress. Woodhue,

Attend and Carolyn Scarborough. 5:09 P.M. Tuesdays FOR SALE AU sites of tar black and white; record players With Terms. LANVIN-Arpege.Flambeau My SIn

MeetingMrs. paulllns, guaranteed not to leak console and portable; tape Scandal
W S. Ware Mrs. Ed flu- Dues End Season- LOW RATE FOR RESULTS Ottls Brown Motors. cdjj tI recorders, radios, records, sheet REVLON -Intlmste. Aqua.
bar, and Rev Arthur Davis attended The Branford High Buccaneers music. Your complete music marine
V-i cents per word, with a Three Bedroom Home Near
the district conference ended their 1965 football season JADE EAST
dealer. Gifts from $1 up. Frier
minimum of 1.00.. BUTLER BUILDINGS Butlerall Downtown Area $7.00000 On
held at the Trinity Methodist with a 28 to 13 victory over the Music Co., 112 North Ohio., LEATHER 007 'PUB' _
All classifieds must bo paid la metal frame Very Good Terms.
panel building CANOE
I Church in Gainesville Tuesday tarabelle Devils. We congratulate Live Oak cats 32 BRUTWHITMAN
advance.) and sheds. Call T, E. McCall,
Mrs. Burllegh Law was the special the boys for their victorious season CANDY
mission speaker for the day.Hranfonl of six wins and four losses. ONE WEEK FREE 935-4202. Branford, Fla. FOR SALE Army pants, shirts, POLAROID
a a The basketball teams are ,et.tnr pdjj 24-28 jackets, overcoats. Oood used HOUSE AND FIVE LOTS American Greeting Cards

into shape for their first ClaMlflcds ordered for fin clothes for men women, and Near The Suwannee River Mallcry Amity Hearing Billfolds Ala

Personals game which will be played on weeks, run the but week tree, FOR SALE Used tires and Children. Phone 362-2135. FlU $2.90000 Batteries

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jones and December 10. Let's get ready to $1.00 will pay for a 18 word tubes. Bargains for cars, trucks. Store. pdjj 27-3 With Down Payment of $300

Mrs. Lewis Ounter attended the support the Bucs during basket. advertisement for five weeks tractors. All sizes available. cajj if
football game between the University ball season Vie Suwannee Democrat CUssI- Some like new. Hundreds to CHRISTMAS COMPLETE
of Florida and Florida a fled for Proven Results pick from. Barber's Service vated cedars priced from $1.50 MOUNTAIN SERVICE
to $350. Suitable for churches,
State Saturday Station, O'Brien. 935-3533 FARM FOR SALE 79 acres,
schools, home Come select LIVE
Mr. and Mrs J. II. Flack and Card Of Thanks HELP WANTED Also available through your your choice. Phone 776-1231, 3-bedroom house and barn. OAK

daughters of Miami were Thanks. neighborhood service station A. W. Ross Sr, Rt. 4, Live Oak Deep electric well. H mile
I would like to thank all of from Barber's
my Tire Service,
giving guests of Mrs. V. M. Moses WANTED AT ONCE Curb girl cbjj 29-30 south of Buckeye mni. Small DRUG CO.
friends for their kindness during wholesale division. cadj tf
4 and family. and kitchen help. If Interested down payment the rest can be
my Illness and stay In the Suwan-
rl I apply in person, Parker's DriveIn arranged. W E.: Parker 504 E. ne_ let-)193
I would like
nee County Hospital '
US 129, Jasper Road. FOR SALE 1950 Dodge school San Pedro Ave. Perry. Fla
The famous order, "You to thank for the flowers and
may you
cajj tf bur, good for hauling fishing, LOST fe FOUND Phone 4574363. pejd 33-29
fire when you are ready Orldley, cards I received Everyone was so
or camping 1953 OMC
; pickup: J-UZIER
was given by Commodore George nice to me. I would also like to WANTED Waitresses. Apply at and electric dumb waiter Call LARGE WEIMARANA Male, COSMETICS Tour
Dewey to Charles V, Orldley, captain thank the nurses and doctors atthe Dixie Drill. cajj tf and make us an offer Advent strayed from home or. Suwannee comes" out when
I of the United States Navy God's richest Liner comes in. For a love.
hospital. May Christian Home, Phone 3829143. River near O'Brleruward FARM. TIMBER A FHA LOANS
flagship Olympia, at Manila Bay blessings be with you all. CURB HOP and lady to work 26-29- for Information leading to re AVAILABLE: bier you contact your Luster
t during the Spanish-American Hllery Smith fountain wanted. Bitter than coven Notify P. O Box 328 For Information call or see: consultant. Mrs. Usmle Me

"i War. (Paid Notice) average pay. Apply In personA Branford or phone Branford PAUL A. BYRD Crtmon. phone 362-3393 for an
& W Drive In. cajj tf SEWING MACHINES 933-2901. pbj 28-29 Realtor appointment pdjj 26-30
1965 MODEL ---- ,
CLEARANCE SALE. 406 8. Ohio AYe I IUe -
LADIES boost your Income. Sell We have seven 1965 round bobbin LOST Pair of prescription sun
Luzler Cosmetics Call Lucille sewing machines left These machines glasses In dark brown case. Believe Oak. Florida i FARMERS
TEC tl'RWp0.Ayp0. 0 Courtoy, 792-5451 or write Box are completely guaranteed to have lost near Glbba Phone 362-1389 tf I lion MONEY: for your farm opera.
e at reasonable cost. Terms
294 Jasper, Fla. ChJJ 22-31 Equipped to tig sag, make buttonholes Co. If found call Suwannee Valley to fit your needs. Loans up to

WANTED Man for established etc. $25 is total price. Will Tractor Co. 362-1721 7 years. Call North Florida Pro

Insurance debit for Live Oak accept older machine for part paJJ29 duction Credit Amen S. Ohio
payment. Phone Orlando collect Ave. Live Oak. TeL 362-2588.
and Lake City area. Good HORNE REALTY CORP.
425-3377 e ab -tf
rf starting pay and training
N Il'S i 1 .. program chances" for advance FOR RENTFOR 219 W. Howard ... I

0i2 = ; memo Telephone 302-1665, C. I VISIT ANNITS BEAUTY: SHOP.
W Broughton. cajj tf NOW AVAILABLE at Mary Carter' RENT Spaces for mobile Operators > Annie H UUUs
Paint Store, the LOOK GEORGE B. DEES
homes Plenty of room. Nice Mary Drew
1 O 0 WANTED Full or part time, awning window. 37 x $0-5/8 and clean Oood well water. AsMeUUPhono Mils ElaIne Webb Boatrtght.and Myrtle Manlcurlst.
women or men to sell Fuller $1898. All sties available. 641Helvenston -
Lake for fishing and swimming.Morgan's 362.1668
Ruby BaAford. cajj tf
Brush products In Jasper and
St. calj tf Trailer Park U. 8. 90

MOWER Live Oak area. Average earnIngs FOR SALE I West Live Oak. Fla. Phone 10 ACRE: TRACTS a milts
OAAINGASIANK IS hours 130-150 weekly. 1 OE refrigerator' 362-2016. I
cabb tf
05 For information write H. Silver' like new, ISO; 1 apartment gas from town. ANY TYPE
: (BECK LIST I US O U Tti 3RPj 1038 Clearwater Drive, Daytona stove. $35: 1 gas heater $25: FOR RENT A 3-bedroom

Bea:h. Fla pdhj 27-31 1 OE electric stave $30. Call apartment for rent. Call 363 MEMORIALWORK

IF 362-2425 or see at 406 Htlven 2933 or 963-2743.: call tf 20 ACRE: TRACTS 7 miles g
) NC IEAVEUG 6 p PiN6l WANTED Mechanics with colon St. cbaj 29-30 from town
I If SCOI/NECTEp/ hand tools. Must be competentand FOR RENT Downstairs turn- DONE

SCRApE OUT CAKED sober Dealer under new Wed apartment. Large and
CLEAN GR management. New equipment comfortable, private entrances
OFF Oit Granite Marble Bronx
DIRT ANTIQUES FOR SALE 2 or 3 Bedroom Home on
0I 175 per week salary and com-' Call 3622164. call U
WOSEH NUTS AND Ilelwnston Av FHA. Phot 362-3331
Cic KIADE SMRPENEq mission. Vacations Insurance, ALL DAY SUNDAY *
uniforms Coker Chevrolet and
UGHTLfmfcTKHTEN Some of the finest antiques to be
Oldsmobile Co., Live Oak .
I, CO.
U seen In this area. Beautiful For Sal* Estate
'. ; a OIL WHERE Ntt O-STORE IN DRY Pt.Afl| assessors for your home Many Mrs. VtcfcU; Summers, Rep.HALL'S .
inexpensive Items for Christmas
It ..\ yo: ,.. .--AutomotiveKOR gifts. -- -
AH makes of electrte
bucket seats, floor Corner Myrtle A WestmorelandPhone ACRES, partly: cleared. Can t
motors or repaired.
shift, radio, heater, air condi 363-1316
SAVE 35 % bit used to grow melons for single or three phase. Pomp
tioning. Serviceman transferred Uve Oak Florida
clearing ground. No other rratnecessary. motors a specialty' Phone 343-
overseas. Call 382-1344 after < Pbej 29 SUIT TOUR FAMILY NEEDS'! Phone 343-32U. I 3979. Mayo Road. Lrte Oak.

i pm pbJJ 28-29 AND FINANCES paJJ 21 k pdjj 2S-2

INTERIOR 1942 JEEP for sale $125. Fair FOR SALE: Young registered

Rill. boo condition. Lawrence Tyson 310 Polled Hereford bull. Mr. and Bob Wolfe Contractor
j EXTERIOR GAL Colonial. Phone 362-2821 after Mrs. Fernandes Farm Rt.. 3 ,

5 pjn. cbjj 28-29 Live Oak. cbjj 29-30 Phone 362-3253

Late FOR SALE: New 1965 Chevrolet FOR SALE Cured Improved LIVE OAK. FLA.cbjj

J pickup 1500 miles, still has Georgia Red sweet potatoes. U
warranty $1'100. Jud Fulmer Any slae. and amount. A. L.

Mayo Phone 794-4301. (Aubrey) Ward. McAlpln. ?1s..
PAINT 9 cbjj 29-30 Phone "'.1211. cell 29-31 FOR SALE Three bedroom syTt .
;\ 14 bath home Westwood Sub
FOR SALE: 1963 Volkswagen HAY Pangola $23 and $30 per division. Phone 362-2203.

: THIS WEEK good condition. Call 362-2500 ton Coastal Bermuda. 130 and PbJJ 29-30
cbj 29-30 $33 per ton. You pick up orwell Do It Yourself 25c Cu Wails
deliver. Call '>>-34'". L. L.
FOR SALE: Jeep pickup truck Barnett. pdjj 27-Jl TRAILER: OWNERS FRANCHISE

J FREE OFFER DOES NOT APPLY 4-wheel drive, good condition. LOTS FOR SALE RcYoluUonarr nw business with minimum
FOR BALE management
Reasonable. See at Mary Carter Port-Alum Irrtga- OOOD TRMS. Priced $393
t J Paint Store. <48 Hetvtnston 8t, lion pip*. UfO feet 4". UfO OUTSIDE CITY <( MARY CARTER PAINT CO. Live Oak cajj 29 feet B-; 22 No. 70s and 1$ No. PAUL A. BYRD. Realtor U making $800 to 1,000 per month in comparable

'. 80s Ralnblrd sprinkler: end 40C & Cede Avc. area. On. franchise aTailibU In area.
DREW and MARGARET WILDER FOR BALE 1964 English Ford. plug, tee, couplers, elbows LIT OsJL Florida WM. A. MASSEY
Like new. 1150 down and take valv .. AQ In good condition
Phone 363-1389: Phoe. 834271 P. 0. Boa 13M
WUd rs Corner on AT.
\ up monthly payments. Call $2700. Carroll Hall phone 9333263. rtf Water Paris Flov4da
I More Than 1000 Stores Coast To Const 362-2999. M tf Branford pcth 37-19

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