Suwannee Democrat

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Suwannee Democrat
Place of Publication:
Live Oak Fla
J.E. Pound
Creation Date:
December 9, 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
30.294444 x -82.985833


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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QTHINKINv ouT LOUD !f. 20 Years Conservation Service .J Close Vote Shows 6 Mills;

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Shotgun methods Trustee Board Abolished]
I have been encouraged recently G
by out of town as well as local
comment to the effect this city ,
and county: Is on the verse or
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substantial growth
Not that somebody has selected ,,.' 1 3 Stilt Iltlpitalb, Plurality Votes
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the community for growth
rather UM men fact w* exist In ,
a section that la destined to grow Four Young People Injured FridayAs For 10 MillsThe

and develop and are part of Flor '
ida. Orowth. many feel win com r Car Leaves Road Hits TreeThree position of school
whether we measure up or not t s c trustee was removed from
I am Inclined to support this con, .. Suwannee .
# youngpersona are till hospitalized with serious County government
tentlon. injuries resulting from an automobile accident Friday In Tuendsy'a school

Fs night on the Boys Ranch Road north of Live Oak. erection and a closely con

Thus think method w* should that examine seem 7' Donald Edwards 22. of Crestview, and Cathy Hurst tested millage election appeared .

to the govern shotgun most of our effort In Ay,3 Y t 15, Live Oak are reported In good condition at J. II ill Is Wednesday to call
this county pp Miller Health Center In Gaines for six mills district schooltax
Iota of blasts ville. They were transferred to levy
W* art tiring
putting out a variety of opinion T. 1. Fletcher, left receives a pte.** sad pin frem J. Daa ROM, $663,066 Paid On Gainesville in critical condition Unofficial returns of all 23
and ar permitting penonalltle ehalnaaa of the a....,,** Rim S.U Coaservattea District Bard with head injuries following the precinct show that absentet bal.

and personal prejudice to Influence .f 8Brvtera, an retlrvment fer **ntri,atlag St yean servlet totk TaxesIn wreck Iota could mats the difference between .
our decision board at a Friday glebe. baa.... .. Uvt Oak. (DemacatSUff County Debbie flied 14. Live Oak, ha fir. and sis mills for the
Such an approach to solution Fbeto) been transferred to St. Vincent'sHospital school budget, white the Board .f

of a number of major problem ________ _, November In Jacksonville, Suwan. Trustees was soundly abolished by
here win only need progress and nee County Hospital officiate 74 1 for sbolUhmrnt and 226aialiut

deter the development of the 22.000 Attentletl Fair ThU Year Suwannee County Tax Col. reported.compound Tuesday fracture, Miss Bird In both suffered ,
community Into a thriving plao
and children Collector Sara B. Rawls reported I.... J188I B. IIOVTELI.Prominent He. UbalaUea .f aMfftrlalreUrn .
In which to Uv-* rear Croups Named To Plan For Growth I this week that 79.7 : Ronnie Noble. 11, Uv Oak by pmliwta. Pag 4.

te per cent of the 1965 countytax was released from Buwanne ( Local (.1....... Valuta are at laIn -
This shooting In th* dark roll was paid in Novem County Hospital Tuesday, according .......,
confined to any group or area. Of County Fair For AssociationExpansion t.No
to hospital officiate Nobles
ber allowing the bulk of tax.
wen developed plans for th*
was the driver of the WS Miu- Man J. B. I how I cll the mlUag election a plurality .
fUture have been announced by of exhibits at the Suwannee County Fair payer to receive the 4 percent tang ss It skidded off a eurv in of 410 freeholder endorsed
governmental or civic agencies. will be studied by a committee named Tuesday night by discount for promrt the road flee and one-half mile the neommendsd 10 mill, white. ,
There te Just not enough sound Fair President Louie C. Wadsworth to review the put payment north of Live Oak and hit a pin Dies In MadisonProminent 144 voted for eve mill. It appeared il
planning and frank discussion olUsue Of a total. assessment of UJ.00440 .- Wednesday that all mute J
and plan for the future. Termed a Review and Planning treo. according to the Sheriffs
*. Too much Urn te wasted Committee for the association the group has Ernest Sellers mad as of January t. Mrs, I Department.Drputlsa retired FalmouUi would be the levy, sine only a
on trivial matter and listening to Rawte Mid that $* 1.084.20 had J. Marvin Phillip Jr farmer, Jew D. Howsll Br, 72. narrow majority 440 voted
personal' fading, often not based as chairman with Mrs. 0'on been collected during November and Curtis Harrelt Investigated died last Tuesday In the Madison for ils milt or more.

sound reasoning.BMMBSSM. Star Is Main Donald Mattoa Ward Hatch and Chutes Wilson Howes Buss, Florida Power Corporation paidue4JIU. the accident It wa* reported that County Memorial' HosplUl after a A total of 444 voter favored
) In 1064 county tests, the car, approaching a curve sudden Ulnets.lit flv* mill or .Ina.
memetrt. President Wadsworth
7 One project X think can be died as leas UM discount The corporation's skidded approximately 110 feet was a member' of the Hayward Th difference In this majority
aa an xc-pUon and that te the Speaker At AnnualFootball I in and IiCrt\arf'offlcto Paw *?*,. acre ntevUlt. power plant b before hitting th tree. Speed Maaonle Lodge. former could drop the mlllag* to five. a*
five year livestock program Instigated an ei capacity vastly the .largest single us sourceIn wee ssUmaUd at IS mite pet county commissioner cf Suwanne two absent baUoU which appear
Other committee named forGrid
.. a fw year thirdIn this Buwanne County hour County, .a director of the Buwtn to. be for three mills were disqualified
the association included toweD
county Now in IU ", Banquet one Atlantic Coast Un Railroad Noble. wa charged with falling nee Valley Electric Cooperative because they were .ineorrKtly .
ooneeived and planned pro work with ether groups and or was th* second largest taxpayer to hav vehlcl under control druid of the Leona Methodist' ,marksd.
JeclII.1owtJ but surely Improving Joe Avossano. senior guard at ganteaUons In developing a part ./43,03410.. Seaboard Air Un official said The InvNttgatlon Church. and veteran of World 'School Supt. Henry M, Polaom \
livestock: .. an Industry to this Florida State University year ingand bcauUfleaUon plan for Railroad paid $14.13410 this year,. Is not compleU. War I.Punersf. aid Wednesday that the Board
county. who was woolly dtothis profceatoiMl.fO the CoU eon eompVn, to. Include Other big' donor* Includ Plor aWrllr services ores held of Public Instruction would meet
f ---. .*-uhi Boston the Ocrden Canter and the Ida nock Product .,..,.. 09; Buwannt Thursday attomoen at leans Thursday r at.M to onaldr ,be.1HtotI..1'M
What to needed appears to be a PatrlOU.m.. the snstn apeak.or planned new homo of the Worn Valley Cictrio CoowsUv To Santa. Methodist Church, with Rev A. .l sewed board already
reawakening. to citiM respond at the annual Bulldog Booster anti Club" Appointed to represent. *. |IO.M JJ; and Florida Power P. Kaon and Rev, N. W VIUMornetsang. met Tueadsy night' hi the presence .
bintr soa to provtd the pregresaivt PootbaB Banquet ft14a,.1:111': .... the fair group were Jack Bupham. and Utht' Corporation. 111,- Care Of Prmorrnt Masunle. grave rib.*.. of tie county Judge to eount I
and agrreesive wadenhrp at the fluwanne Itlgh Cafeteria.Varsity ehalrsnan. T J. "ftd..r&hat ...M. From now until Christina, the by UM Ifayward Lodge followed the ballots
win be MOIIIU'flf this city -B", aadC" teams 8r. Robert Holmes. Norman Those paying In December reeetv Democrat will print fetter to In leans Cemetery: Althoush the largMt number of
and county an to move at the win bo honored at the occasion.Awards I Protsman, and User B Robrr- a I per cent discount. Dte- I Santa Claus from local children, Itowell Is survived by Ms. Site,, freeholder voting for a ainsl
pact other areas In this part of for Most Valuable Flay son with tho president serving U Counts In January and Februaryart and be lure that Santa receives Mr, *. Maud Mowill of Falmoutti, mllUg advocated 10 mills, a majority .
the state seem to be 1DfttInI.It. Host Back Beat Lineman. *i officio mentor, 9 and I per cent respectively them before he embark on hU a dauihter, Mr*. Joe McCain of I* required to **t the millSM .
Rookie Of the Tear, BcholasUa County Commlaalonen' recently, and the net payment te due In I. Christmas tour Madison: a sister, Mr Build Then were 121 who cast ballot ..
In the better than M years X Achievement and Sportsmanship (Set FAIR GROIT. PsgO /1) Mirth, Dsttnqurnt accounts payI Just. send the letter to: BanU Verne of MeAlpln, and three for mUlaif other than 10

have been with this .... & f't'' I wfll be preswntod to BuDdos var per cent penalty after March.Mr Claua. %" Buwsnnr Democrat grandchildren. and nfl. Th 440 voters who
have witnessed stmOar city"pIaJm. aeordlng O. a .*. a..lewd. :, P. O, Pox ITO, Live Oak Active pallh sr,ra were lean Indicated als cr more mill tornpri -
where the demand for, := Dees.IS Snags Appointed I' Mrs.. Reels also reported that niackmon. Wondrow Watson. ** a slim majority of the 550total
became acute Fortunately then ** GRID rm. race I) th* 1044 Us collections ram to'nus" Lrnnl C Oxford PU Vsnn.O "u* |In UM mllUg/ election.
have been Individuals thru .the VocationalDirector ..., which represents M- Open On lliumilayM >n. McCsll and Charles How** There was a wide variety .t
year* wllttnc to be builders UM SantereitNetff County 44 per cent of the toUl 1044 Ui Tom Cheek, prtaldmt of PeaRetell Honorary pallbearers were C wriU-lna' foe school trustee, a*
community than reapers.Bunders Raymond roll. Merchants. Association announced B Warner, J. W ".l<1ln,. M n no on* petitioned to have any
hive a habit of making At Democrat this week In conjunction Blackmon. J, K Hrde, P. L candidate's Pease printed on UMballot.
things happen ...,.... D. taabvfelt has with the Buwannr County Uhl..r, M A. O'llara. K. N Iluller Ineumbvnt TrwtsMi Jack
Reaper enjoy the ""benefits" H".d the staff of tke ...... Wlteon Sugg, former vocational Two Smlrnrn! In Chamber Of Commerce that UM John Cannon Drwey Flelchit BUpham. Welter B. Roberts end
sapping the community far an IMO DesMerat. M was ........ agriculture instructor st Bran- Circuit:' Court majority of Un Oak bull,.." D P ..te.n.....', n. J. naIl John OiambliM secured many
they caa without eontribwUng ed tkte week by FaklaWr Uoteftaaterfflt. ford High School was named' would remain open on Thursday U John W I. wad C PHart. wriU-ln vote m meal precincts:
either time or money to this eon. C w..eI1Ia. county vocational education director I Two sentences were pros une- afternoon from now until ChrUI Madison Amllh. P D Band which win b* of no sonvquerw*
turning Job of community WvlA a aaUv. ., Mar. December 1 by UM Board .d by Jeds R. IL Rowe st UM ma. |It.. liovrtu. Page II> I IS.. KUCTION. ,... IIlnmntnml
opmeM. umim .. Uv Oak ,... a ptloa **- of Publte Instruction at a special final day of Circuit Court this S. w

la tke edvwUstog deaart- meeting.Suggs. I""" test Thursday. Court House Open This frisk
we approach UM new year I rest ., UM daly IX liven appointment cam after Bobby T, Gibson changed a Dot I. I
think It wen that those of M Neve.Praw He win. basal advrtbfeg word WM receive' that a grant guilty pin and pted guilty to rob- ForfuMfton
whoso Satire to sled to the development aalso sad Iayo4 I** from the federal government lor bet?, and was sentenced to all II'. 0... 11_ atM t.. I Animal Disease} Dianostic} Lab
of UM city and countytake the Drawcrai.He which UM board had applied was years at hard labor In stele prison waaat Co a4y 4>.rtb..w> !..
taventory of the bunding we bald a BS SVtTM .. *.*.. approved for the postUon. Th according to UM office of day ITbandayi ,,.. lilt: .. To
have done and the benefit .. aMmul art fen. tke I'alvenltyof fund wtr* applied for under th1 Curt of the Circuit Court Uvaugha lull p.-. VWU. will a* ..!. Open Here December 20
bare ......... Florida., Vocational Education Act of IH1 Session*. ..... to |...*.W| ike r*.MM<.... j
There art many snare reaper aatorMI paw .. M .a,. Henry M. Foteoaa supertnten- Chart Bennett was found Wftee* *f tfcelr petite .fflrUh.Two The new Animal UI.| *... (Diagnostic Laboratory located
than there are bo ldsrs.When the aid ,......, 1 to Mile ....,.' I dent ef blab. kMtrucUon. MId l guOty by Jury of breaking and sew .1.,* were 14'.' In lire Oak will begin full operation Monday, Dee
ratio is reserved both buttons and FUat of Utlgk Aires,.rua.4 I that Sum would b* toordlnaUagtary I III entortng with Intent to oommll s sad tbe bvMlag. r.e..*Ud 4.rIng > 20, It was announced this week by Or, Thomas L Lander*.
reaper tae enjoy even snort areaprrlty will aw** tkefer .... to I the work of UM county II voLH felony, and... antUnced to I UM I)**,*** -.uw. director
f, sad ptoasur. Oak. 1; 1/.s! ftCUOOL GRANT. rant It' U re* year In state prison I IBy flouted mauler Ute year. Th. laboratory will provide/ asalstaiuo. In llv. ..f "
and poultry producer* fen Identifying
d......* and husbandry
1 In problems affecting t,sty opera
Bright: Future Seen Swine Production MUM Dr. Under Mid The a*. i II* will b* atad thru a v.4rinaruo. -
who will SMompany *r i

AJ Leonard search prosraa oa July I. I***, aoeordJn to If. W .Luck) Tandy, produced 'wdleona.i soybean*, sad Coastal IhrrmwU gra** refs producer *p ee..knsn*> to the

1 ......... County sine product actor of UM South.Tfc 11nd. The p5rm W1D he ends Uw chmtJoft 01 a donor If Tb sUnclor of UM fW..... II I is planned win also be on tebotahiry,
Suwanas* County ana oo Jd my w0 become. UM wtet anJm&I h.aLrndrT aadalad bi No hetdam'n. and rill ..ape1l.enthndudag call to aid. local wlne producer during .... experiment Th nv facility Is operated by
sestet au &be loath aasrdmg 10 bowtDI ta.rwwn and b ..... .ethods .f arowtnc Moo mar .tflCUrd7 in this ...... In* Florida Dt>a'\nalln' *| Agrt
euld be .. the ... Dlttgnoillc lab Often $ .course thru ISM diagnotte" labs*
atvtenttuewl ap.elrnsa taalUla' sigh this ..... Arid ..... tondV said UM pietism scared lord I factor' already apparent her bear oat UM pm pb.ey.P1rd A IMW UU addition. to the ttvwiacfc Indus ey hr, and to torte atlas of UM Division of
UM fts&aral factor art here; good caaaat and land Grand Champion And Utter swine .,...,*. U the Animal Duae tiugnastit Laboratory wblcliwtfl Animal Industry Th staff win
anllrbal7.ACIIII to this en. arnq ane..atnd aware ... drones ... brgta opwatloa >.. M A proir..1 the Florida tkpart onM+ .( two veterinariaa. aMTlaryrpttantel.
I acttv n the oowatyj County Agent Pad. Crew osumaie* that Gent of Agriculture, UM Ougnou Laws SRJMIM la to *MMpra a lab ..*k-
aboat lUOao ......... Cowaty bags are (marketed. nods year tkin/: vetrrinariaiM sad poultry producers fen the Id ntifle.. elision sod on* rusUidial souse.
So ...* far pradaeUoa what about demand Uoa and looaUon of dU**. ....... M ttveotock.Cr Complete. post-morUm faeiUUwf r
1 WelL M la ateo osUmaUd that n to 00 per cent of pork *onsiaail Thorn U Uader I* dtteetor of UM .....I r,, lie and available tnchidlng a tort
aa Ftorida" *OBM trasa e Uof FVsrMa pork Is la "...... and rwa for ..,.,.. of ..,.,... preparatory work" to UM laopening.. They ha'. Ihre te profit for lest
trw I* ptenUTat. goarried son* and three grandfaOdrtn. IM sores trots ......"... ranting from Mood examinations
I. One tUwr factor t* Important: prograsaa bt.wa her* by UM when IM wa M chars* of a statewide animal dlMa** dia "9 l...... .. Waking of animal
State DrpartsBest of AgrfevRur. the VatveraKy er Ftonda Agrtcaltaral ., '
Rind StaUone aDd AgncmRaral fatsnalou Srrrlo c w, taa*>r. hems UM or rUoa of UM UU nettle. Ua wish Uwue p:;:auon fur ....,..
I& attest to naert beUrf la *wla* gioutog. capacity of tht ana and I, 1: 7 la. veterinariaa to the ,.1oaUuwINp of a cttaMal labMrakwy to aahyslciaa. tup)*
: wit graatlar aateterat UM prodatUoo here II juaaiy pork. J WHrriMriaa bon. Busily to M the laws fMttlu* mgOagtMstnf All .NaI.*.. IU for bosh l *gnu .
'1: The Ph ids Swto* Cvateattso deist Meal Its epvraUoa .b c 1 A'A't saloMl 4iM js they se..atr or Mavect.Dr. ,.....rtnf a reasonablo ...
here M Brptosrte by UM ntmstoa Bminr.oyes UM tofctloaf LJMT* win work omeiai*, arias of Urn and equipment are
:. Animal gattjarJaisn DurraM o( Oslimmm. Howard u.. ..........T should aa satfenrSouth...., ., AUsuidd I ales available, said Dr. LA...,.. i '
-t IN bumoe PepulU.n.Ta A jab. chide te too amputated.
: S attX Raral Am Dnetopaxat s uedan4. ton wbtea/
dtnefst. f 534 r w ,, latn tor say that Svwaiws Candy hat "... |m( ! 1 w for ....*. two fartor b* coaoMor. bpfJt arc Nee*lama ... rewrred to UM sentraJ lab atKtaagtaw
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I: Tfce BusasiM YaDry AgrtewJtirtl pitsuoa4. Stottoi lit m.....*. VTTL'Swwanae *. ..,..., P1$4. a..a by" UM savaty *g...f* oTflM. 8 pMimm* win .b* r*.*iv4 dur

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EDITORIALSwuW1 If Happened In I

r Farm 'Suwannee County Florida

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!i 'Future Bright Front 191519401955Tkn

This issue of the Democrat carries a that makes possible the establishment of Doyle By K.

feature article on the progress of swine programs such as the Swine Evaluation ConnerThree From Tire Files OJ

production in Suwannee County, notably Center and Diagnostic Laboratory in this
area yean ago this mont. THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT .
in relation to the fine state facilities and
Florida. the severest I
That farmers are aware of the need to experienced
professional help geared to. improving work with other business and professional freeze of this century. The cold i I

hog-raising in this area, leaders in the development of this area weather struck at the heart ot 1915 when her head was caught In a Suwannee High School's Joe ,'*-
the state' citrus Industry, and .n cane crusher cobs named the fifth best player
The future economy of Suwannee County was dramatically demonstrated recently! estimated 8.3 million bearing Col. A. E. Leslie, Suwannee'swellknown in the ltate.November.

will be enhanced by the work of farmers when 89 farmers purchased membership i In trees were lost chicken fancier has Suckey Henry faithful milk

here in improving the quality of livestock the Chamber of Commerce. Despite this serious setback, been working for the past eighteen cow of the D. O. Henry family, tax collections gn

and looking for better methods of marketThe steps forward have only begun Florida's citrus growers have months to produce a crow- died Friday night after a score or the various county commissioner

ing as well as producing. We commend all With the full use of the aid offered by shown they can recover quickly. less rooster, but so far his efforts more years production for the and school board funds a total of

of the farmers in Suwannee County who the Evaluation Center and an awareness of The number ot''citrus trees has have. He not can been take crowned heart with in success. the- Henrys. The remains of Sucke 34801.09 for their operations of

have made efforts to produce better liveswine research advancements, the profits climbed sharply with 64.310,00 perplexing poultry problems of were taken to Holly Hill Farm 1940-41 budgets it was announced
reported In the state. This Is .n where a private burial service was this week by Tax Collectc
stock. It is their spirit cooperation and from swine production are bound to in Col. W, C. VanHoy, whose roosterwas
increase of almost 6,8 million over held at graveside conducted by Milton M. Foxworth.
conciousness of need for
a improvement crease. recently witnessed laying an
the number of trees represented Jack Henry assisted by his broth
In the 1963 survey. egg; so we are told. er, Tom. A slab was erected at the Mark Matthews national president

About More than 75,000 new acres of head of the grave, praising her : of the U. S. Junior Chamberof
,/1-LL .- "- ctrus have been planted In the The lIctffourtConeress assembled milk-giving talents. Commerce received a letter

VlI'leThi. lower east coast area and the and organized Monday yesterday from the Suwannee

trend has been toward early- for the session which Is expectedto County Junior Chamber president -

maturing citrus. be the greatest within the 19/0 Sherwood Harvard, inviting

J1 And It Is estimated that citrus product memory of the present representatives Members of the Live Oak KI- him to attend a joint meetIng -

n will reach 220 million The greatest budget of expenditures I wants Club were given a word and as honored guest when he

That boxes by 1975. ever placed before motion picture, idea of the llf! visits Florida at the first of the

peacetime Congress was brought they their sons or employees will year.
In from the various branchesofgovernment I lead when Inducted into service

School Juniors Turn SocialistIts Down With Factions The world population explosion totaling some $170 with the Army. Capt. Mahone Only none of the 1.879 Suwannee -
las created a tremendous demand million more than was asked last Rees, commander of the local County short cotton
Impossible for us to believe that the JunIors for food and fertilizer essential to farmers
If there year. unit and St. Harley Brown were balloting In the
one thing that is holding our com- marketing quota
at Santa fe High would agree with'a survey produce it. Because of this fertilizer -
munity back. It Is factionalism. All political featured on the program Friday referendum Saturday In the coun-
action has become one of the fast
recently conducted among high school and college Germany and her' allies have
ty: voted against the
Is weighed and quota, County
judged on the basis of who is eat growingindustries in the
.Juniors.The disposed of Serbia and have Join- Live Oak church groups announced Agent 8. C Klerce.announced
back of It, and what faction supports We won- world. ed with the Turks
survey was conducted by Northwestern to crush the this week plane for this week.
Purdue and Wisconsin Universities and U. 8. Newt der Just how much validity the talk of Mr. X being Hundreds of ships are engaged I British and French in Southeastern pageant plays, and special gift .
the key man back of this candidate or cause In transporting fertilizer and its Serbia where Bulgarians offerings next week end.
wanted to determine -
and World Report. They political
major Ingredients -
and Mr. W being the moving force for the opposition made an unsuccessful attack on
trends In this group because "The majority potash, and nitrogen.
really has. positions. Lloyd F. Landry local inspector
of American citizens will soon be under age 25 New sources of supply are being
It would be a fine and healthy condition if for the Naval Stores Conservation Suwannee Democrat has
for the first time in history" opened as rapidly as possible, David D. Musgrove was married Program carried on In this been named the
public decisions again best
were made on the merits of deposits weekly
Here are the results as reported by the U.,,S. the such as the rich phosphate Monday morning of this week to section of the country by the U. S. newspaper In the state in Its division
cause and candidates were chosen almost 80 miles
Junior Chamber of Commerce: solely on their extending Miss Mary Sale in Branson. He government, announced a meeting receiving the Florida Press
qualifications and from Valdosta In Georgia, to ,
56% voted for close regulation of all business personalities. Instead, particularly returned with his bride to Lake to explain the program in this Association award for general excellence
in the case of candidates for local Pal.tka. in Florida It covers almost City ,Monday, where he is
53% believed in government ownership of offices 1.600 miles and Is believed connected area at the court house Thursdayof among weeklies of circulation -
the rumors are started at the moment of announcement square with the Florida Drug next week between 3.000 and
banks, railroads and steel companies to have reserves up to 11 _
62 said government has responsibility to that this fellow is on the X ticket,, and that billion'tona.. Publisher Louie C. Wadsworth
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one Is the nominee of Mr. W, It was reliably reported this was re-elected to the board of directors .

provide. Jobs. We have a free country and we have a free Trainmen on the Florida Railway week that the results of the All- of the association at the

62% thought a worker should not produce all county. It Is our belief that the majority of the Asia Is far ahead of any other brought the news of a hor- Southern High School grid squad meeting in Gainesville last week,

he can. electors of continent In total Irrigated acres rible accident: In Lafayette County wiling, to be announced Sundayin Tom Leonard publisher of the

61% rejected the profit Incentive as necessary who Is behind our whom.county But give the not politicians one ,hoot about I of land over 200 million The in which a little girl was killed' the dally press, would show Milton Press-Oasette and former

to the survival of free enterprise are highly United States led the Western editor of the Democrat, was elect-

"The Voice of Business Speaks" had this com- sensitive to such labels. i Hemisphere in 1964 with 35 million ed state president
It Is deplorable to have lines drawn on the acres of Irrigated land fot WORKING IN THE DARK
ment "These shocking figures tell us of the massive __ .
job to be done in the education of our youngsters basis of personalities which have no bearing on lowed by Mexico Argentina William D. (Billy) Ounter Jr ,

not only In the schools but also through the Issues at stake. Maybe It Inevitable that If Chile, and Peru. ot Live Oak was one of eight Unlersity -

an unpopular person espouses a cause the causeis Australia, despite Its enormous of Florida students namedto
the business community. Freedom and free enterprise
hurt. size and dry climate, had less than Florida Blue Key last week
are parts of our priceless inheritance. If the under
2.11 million acres
We believe that Santa Rosa County could be- end. Blue Key membership ls the
figures our generation Is tossing these Europe 1915
are valid irrigation In 1964. Western -
gin an era of resurgent growth If we could all forget + UNADarps highest honor that can be accorded
assets has little irrigation except
away. y Florida student
a In recognition
our personal differences.
We can remember next Thursday to give At least forget themin Spain and Greece. of his leadership accomplish:
making our decisions about public affairs. Egypt is the only country In the
thanks to our teachers at Santa I* High School ments.
The conditions are right for progress here We world with virtually all cropland
that our young people differ In beliefs. with Ounter's major extra-curricular
the students covered in that survey.. have the necessary attributes of climate and resources under Irrigation. ctlttty field was organizationsle -
and we have Speaking of Irrigation Mlchlan r I
good, conscientious
Neither the government nor the world owes people. ls past national president of
We Just have too much State University has developed e
quibbling and name-calling. the Future Farmers of America.
anybody a living. We can work for It but, no "mint Irrigation", wing 1/Wh
If we could knock
matter what the Great Society is trying to teach that otto Santa Rosa County Inch water nozzles to irrigate tomatoes -
would really Hope that a recently purchased
move forward
It should never be handed us on platter\ So we believe. beans carrots lettuce
furniture factory could be movedo
-Milton Press-Gazette strawberries, and cucumbers.
-High Springs
Live Oak voiced yesterday
The "mist Irrigation" system /
balance b>y Oscar Green who Is now owner -
maintains satisfactory water *
of the Dashmat Chair Co. of
Awaiting Reaction in a plant by reducing Its
Highway BeautyOne
Add, Oa. Formal announcement
water loss university officials say
of' the least appreciated bills passed by wu made by Green' who said that
Millions of
new U. 8. quarters which con It cools vegetables" reduces trans ,
Congress recently Is that to M became the factory
beautify our highways.If owner of
tain no precious metal I have been released by the ration, and conserves plant energy -
ever a piece of legislation were badly needed Philadelphia Mint and government officials are for producing higher yields. arat rt a November 14.
this one was needed to and protect the ',
preserve almost literally holding their breath. Officials said bean' yields werep
Old St. here reed
Nick: will be
beauty of our country. by more than 60 per cent and .
There had been wide assumption that hoardIng 200 4f ; Friday to distribute candy fruit
Compared to European countries, as an example strawberry production was up
of coins which of
has become a mania would and soft drinks to the children
the highways of the United States are a rates" per acre. During hot years.the ,
ease with the Use Oak and to take their' requests
appearance of coin of little or no Intrinsic system provided farmers with
national disgrace. One can find beauty and In-
value. But for Christmas toys. The
now officials are less confident excellent' lettuce crops, while
slratlon along the aides and In the' views from The new coins 4 I Junior Chamber of Commerce will
are attractive in a democratic neighbors had virtually no crop at
most European highways Too often the American sort of with be assisting Jolly St. Nick while
way copper-nickle edges, and who
1Some he Is here.TMAT'S .
counterpart Is a commercial strip lined with junk
knows? Perhaps they are what hoarders are look- growers feel the Iyat.tmwill

yards, littered with every kind of billboard and ing for, though silver, has gone the way of gold. pay for Itself within one year.'

passing through unkept and unpreserved or eroded If the Christmas
shopping season when the

countryside. "velocity of money'' reaches a peak sees few of English sparrows have become

Appreciating our natural beauty, and planning me new quarters In dally use the picture will be villains in frustrating efforts st
to maintain beauty and scenic attractions along clear the University of Florida where .

our highways Is now a legal program In this -Jackson small test plots of sorghums are .
County Floridan WHAT I
country As we remove unsightly commercialismand grown to determine seed produe-

clear away junk from our highways and pre- lion according to Wildlife offlcl1s. WANT FOR
vent Its accumulation a drive In the country or More Meters ConeThe .
Sparrows ate greedily that
a trip through It will become a more rewarding CHR1STWS/
production of various plantiouldnt
experience. city of Live Oak Is the latest Florida community
be measured.' In fact, the
As we achieve our goal we can also take ad to get rid of its parking meters. lure of such a bountiful food supply -

vantage building homes, restaurants, even office The city commission there ordered the heads was so great that even euto- ,.,.

buildings, of the beautiful views and the beau removed from all meters In the downtown area matte exploders, shotgun persuasion -

ty of nature, so often overlooked but at our doorstep and placed in storage Free parking will now be chemical repellents and lethal -

permitted for two hour periods. baiting were not effective In

Havana Herald When win Lake Wales get rid of Its meters tumlnh.. sparrows away.It ,
appears that small plots ofhigh f'f' .
-Lake Wales News
value grains will need to becreened

for protection. Wildlife -
Excite Cut Impact officials said.

So far the 1.7 billion excise cut approved by TIle Suwannee DemocratOF

Congress this year appears to be achieving Its
LIVE OAK FLORIDA A recent Issue of Supermarket
objective that of lowering prices on a broad News describes a dockside super

range of items to stimulate consumer spending M/n th* Heart of fire Suvmnm. RIM y. .,* market of a national food chain "THAT1usually takes

The President's Council of Economic Advisers at Annapolis, Maryland. It caters money. At Christmas time with

has reported that 10 per cent of the excise reductions BANNER Consolidated LEADER to boating trade Is strong on '. gifts to buy
Established: 1184 August 3. 1897 Established: l$$$ delicatessen Items, canned goods shopping parties a Savings Account is
were being passed onto consumers In August. rablUhM Every Thursday at rtee A Ceases Street a
This wu up from 75 per cent In July and sandwich fixings. blessing. If you do not have

Some manufacturers have reduced prices Louie C. Wadsworth .................. Publisher n has free docking facilities a Savings Account now open

nearly equal to the amount of the excise reduction T. A. Leonard, Jr. ............................ Editor boat for Its who patrons send Including their guests charter Intothe one .at the Cmomercial.
Clara S. Wadsworth .
others have reduced them only partially A ........ Associate Editor store.
Walter Lee Olive .... Advertising
few have kept their prices the same to retain Manager Store officials plan to erect a
George TV (Pete) Wright... Shop
the tax-cut benefits for themselves.The Foreman large sign to advertise specials

administration Is expected to encouragethe Second Class Postage Paid At Live Oak Florida and suggest a variety of ...,.to-

latter to join the majority. A public list of SUBSCRIPTION Suwannee County $4 M fix boating menus..

those! holding out on the consumer might be effective RATES Outside! Suwannee County $3 00 Closing Mote: More than half

in this regard. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS Payable In Advance 01 the people who ever lived to
Even as It stands now however and should the United States are still flying

U continue to stand this figure of 90 per cent COMMERCIAL
is an Impressive and laudable record on the part OF The planarian worm Is the most BANK

of American business Free Aaeodatloa8UWANNEK ( rtmiUvt creature known to be uol

Cocoa Tribune COUNTY e- capable of true learning. Scientists IJ' OF LIVE OAK

can teach the tiny worm.
which measures about one-quar- LIVE OAK FLORIDA
A man with an. axe to grind ought to turn his Chamber of Commerce ter of an Inch to anticipate a -- -

own grindstone shock stimulus. I

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(9-fg fh'- Mist Teems Maxine Milk Here And There The Duchess Maincoat

Mr, and Mrs Alex McKelthen
I and son Lt, Lex McKetthen. spent
WOMEN Sunday In Hawthorne with Mr. Gets Its Dash
and Mrs. F W. Tyson Mrs. E. J.
Daniels of Orlando joined them
there! fo rthe week end. From the Finest Man-Tailoring
Mill Quinn Flood returned
CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor
home Saturday after spendingthe
past several weeks In Europe. ,.;, t
Voiding Plans RevealedBy Junior Clubs Annual Mr and Mrs George W. DavU ,
and sons. Brant and Robert, olMorristown.
Mb Keeling Christmas BanquetThe N. J. returned home
Miss Martha Rae Keeling announced Live Oak Junior Woman's : Thursday after spending the
I her wedding plant, to Club will have theli annual I Thanksgiving holidays with Mr.
wed Ronald Wayne Brannon. this Christmas banquet Thursday, De 1 and Mrs. Woodrow Octf and other ,
week cember 9. at T:30 p.m. In the Garden relatives ,; !
.I.Yer .p
The couple will exchange nup- Center. ; ..' Ia
Ual vows at the Wellborn Methodist Mrs. Bin Rowland fine arts Mi *s Keeling Shower
Church December 19! at 3:30: chairman: Is In charge of the pro-
n'pir. p.m. The Rev Koon. pastor of gram. The Suwannee High School: Honoree Friday Night
the church will perform the Chorus under the direction: of Miss Martha Rae Keeling,
of double ring ceremony.Mrs. Kent Taylor will present the pro brlde-elrct of December, was honored t
of Casey Byrd of Lake City gram. Friday evening with a surprise t A'r
Ac- will be matron of honor. Jamr Mrs. Roy Stomp urges aU 7 shower at the Fellowship
tc: E:; Byrd will serve a* best mn. members and their husbands to Church near Wellborn.
Donna Sue Brannon. niece of the attend and bring a toy for the A Christmas motif WM carriedout r 1AQ'
groom will be flower girl and club's adopted child at Sunland In the decorations and re-
sl- Brett BourUund. nephew of the Training Center. reshments. Poinaettlaa w t r e
'f'r groom, win be ring bearer. placed: at vantage points In the
erie After the ceremony a reception: : room.
will be held adjoining the church. Gillian Elaine Hart The refreshment table was
;ie No invitations are being sent and Mrs. Thomas Tram. l covered with a white cloth and
but all friends and relatives of the mell Hart m of Prattville. Ala., h _' centered with a miniature bride
Itt couple are Invited to attend the announce: the birth of a daughter : The punch bowl. filled with green ( ;;,):'
te wedding and reception: Saturday. Nov. 37. at MlxwellAir punch was embraced with holly t'I I
'1eI Force Base Hospital at Montgomery Green cup cakes, mints nuts, and "
Redbud Circle Met potato chip were also served :JI: ',
She has been named Gillian Mrs Oren llolllday greeted the
At Garden, Crater Elaine Hart guests at the door. Mra Upward
n The Redbud Circle of the Live The paternal grandparents are Brannon poured porno hand Mrs
taI. Oak Garden Club ins, met on Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hart of Stafford Brannon conducted the
. November 33 at the Garden Cen Live Oak. lames played and assisted In
I- Mr. and Mrs. J. B Mills anne.nee the engagement andpraaenlng a. serving.
d ter.Mrs.. Fred TUaell.' assisted by vantage W their daughter Teens Maxine. U Earl G. Mrs Grace Waters of Lake
Mrs 8. T. McDowell presentedthe Card Of Thank Bene,,. see .f Mr*. Late BMwell of this city and Melvin Boiwell City, Mrs. Wtlllard Brannon and
program on Christmas table We wish to offer our thanks to ., Te&aa.MM. Miss Keeling received prises for \ ..
decorations Mrs P. C. Crapps our many friends, neighbors and Mills Is a INI 1ft4I.... ef S.wajm.e Illik. School and the games played )\,\ .
m received an orchid corsage relatives for the flowers food Among the seventy-five Invited '; ,
U aw employed at ...,*.......1'11 and c...*..,. were Mra. Gordon Keeling, mother '; .
presented by Mrs. Flssell. The cards prayers and visits extended : ,
'. door pries was received by Mrs to us at the death of our loved Mr. BMW n gradaaUd fees Swannr lllfh Rrheol. In IMS of the bride-elect: and Mrs .":-;" ''I'
y C. A. Taylor ant la MW In the CA Marine Co .ta...... at Camp rtn4...... R. D. Brannon. mother of the : t. '
Refreshments were served by one.You were a great comfort: during bridegroom-elect 1.'v,: ,
s the hostesses. Mrs. Dan Harrell our bereavement, CallA December wedding b ........ : \
and Mrs Lawrence Lee. Ood bless you an. Joseph William Dear \\.tPt' \, '

Mrs. Henry Dover Mrs Leon The Family of Bit. and Mrs James W Dear : '.f./.'t. .
I.I Simmons. Mrs. Harvey Fleming Joseph. .C. Jenkins I Little Emma Johnson "Coke" Party Given announce the birth of a son Mon. I <<', \. :\il il'r '
and Mrs. Curtis Bass were welcomed day, November 39, In a Jacksonville
Join Angus GroupEmma Mi Linda ButlerMiss
: as new members. (Be ew Tear ..'-1u.) "" hospital. ,
Susanne Johnson Live LONDON FOG.
Linda Butler brtde-eleet. The baby has been named Joseph by
Oak age 3, daughter of Mr. and ,
was guest of honor .t a "Coke"Dirty !
William Dear
.. Mr. And Mr. Wynn Mrs. Larry Johnson has been given by Mrs Wm. R. agt. Dear Is stationed In Korea The Duchess was designed by London FOil to h. a
r granted a Junior membership Associationat In Slaughter at her home on West with the U. 8. Marine Corp. Mrs i woman' all-weather favorite. So they put their

the 81.American Joseph Angus Mo., announced: moreland Street, lait Monday Dear U the daughter of Mrs. Co- beet man-Ullorln Into U. Enjoy the dashing look

r Oten Bratcher secretary Jilt morning line Law of this city. of this coat and the practicality of the exclusive
I week! Informal refreshments were I Callbr CiOth, its made of a water-repellent blendof
served from the table
This new junior membership which was decorated dining with sn arrangement Ml. Brtilali Revival C5H Dacron polytut* and 35% cotton that'i com
entitles the member to register of holiday ornamentsand Continue* pletely wash-and-wear. And special Third Barrier
I purebred Angus at regular mem Debutante camellias construction through the back and shoulder given
A revival at Mt. Btulah Baptist
r. benhlp rate and to the privileges Miss Butler received a gift from Church south of Wellborn ; extra rain protection. In a wide range of colon' and
I II of the association until the age of '
the hostess Iu Pont'a t.m,
as a memento began Sunday and will continue. rig
31, when junior members *rteligible
II to convert to lifetime Twenty friends of the honoree this week thru Sunday, DM 13
were Invited Among those from Rev, Arils Crew Is the gust A
memberships.Tbete In out of town were Mrs. E: C. 1111. evangelist according to Rev Jerry .
I 179 people
were young
mother of the .
I brhle-rlect. Mr* Milton pastor Btrvleea twain.
the United 1Jt.a1H'0 receive Norris' Delnnger. Mis B. N. Me at T:30: p.m. -
memberahipsiast. .month Arthur all of Jsckjonvltle. and I
Mrs B. U Wilson of oCnnersvllle. Muslins of ancient Dacca were. I "liVE OAK'S Tachion/ I leader"rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrwrrrrrrrrrrr

Judge Brown Main Ind- -- - the sheerMt ever known ,
Event rr'arar'ens'er.................................m Speaker At

County Judge Reece Brown.
vice president of the Florida Elks
Mr. and Mr*. Mard* W,.. win eettkrale their .*.... wed. ( Association delivered' the main
ding aanlvenarr ......,, P c mWf It. with as) seen torn ginsfee address at the Lake City Elks ChristmasGift
them .y their eh........ Mrs. J. O. Blaswkard eI McAI...ln. lira I I Lodge annual memorial service

G. T BwTttt. Mrs. Y, M. .......... ri.enaa. vTUIlas awl KaldgkWrnn : Sunday exalted
Judge Brown is a pact I 1
aU fit Ja *...D". I ruler and member of Live Oak
The BMM .* Mr. and Mr*. Myna ., ItM Trick Areas.. Iaea..nvW. Lodge No I US. ( Ideas
(. .. will .. Ik. wttlnc r.r tae affair Uk wU ke fro. Iwo .

rasa five .'rl< N. tavlUllMM are bring fcMrd but all rrk n4* and relatives IMIIOOO people live within JOG
'Imttrd. mllra of United States border
are the I If'I..c.
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; t\ti,. fait. s stet...In' .d the bold and the beeuUM' blouses of eS% *.*..

occasion I / poiyetler 39% eot tort...the fsbrta that lUyt whit forkeeptlThey're "
; C ) winsome,wild' wond.rtun.nd! wWtel MS. '

I"r;' A. OverUotu with ...tunc..s.Mf soft II.* neck and barrel cuff, )
Here that "moatwanted"gift
..-.. ... Lace-trimmed convertible& overblouM with elaUclsd. sleeve!

on every gal' ChrutmM I C. Long.atoted everttkiua .,lift lace trimmed platter cellar and Jea4' .

list all the latest style II

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In White Springs I Tree Collision Injures Four r UNOFFICIAL ELECTION RESULTS '


Live Oak Baptist Choir FeaturedIn DECEMBER: 7 TRUSTEE ELECTION .r'n

Christmas Musical Sunday I I

F5 i 11J
The Live Oak First Baptist Church Choir will be v. z
i featured along with a Gainesville choir and other musi- IrJ 71i
cians in a program of Christmas music Sunday afternoonat := .. Q W :<
the Stephen Foster Memorial in White Springs '
S 2.
Miss Thelma Boltin, program director, said the Live I' City Hall J3 35 a II 153 I
Oak group would Join Dr. Delbert FIre Station 112 25
Sterrett and family, acoompllshed gram. Liberty Heights 3S 30 15 83 20
7 7.
Gainesville musicians, and the "This promises to be one of the / M \Court House 47 22)I IWoman'
Highlands Presbyterian Church season's best concerts of Christ Club 2S It 3 34 10
Choir of Gainesville at the annual mss music to be presented any Suwannee Station I' IS 4 25. >'>
Christmas program, which where," said Miss Boltin Union 7 17 II 19 12
begins at 2:30 pan Taylor is supervisor of general Orange 9 .1 3 13 2Dowling
It will be the eighth consecutive music in Suwannee County elementary Park 11 11 0 I III
annual Christmas program at schools and director of Clayland : 3 29 It 33 10
the Memorial for Dr. Sterrett and the high school chorus I Padlock I 2 14 2
his family, she said The Live Oak Baptist Church Wellborn 13 21 I 30 6
The Highlands choir, directed Choir will sing selection from Leona 7 4 I.. II 0j .r'I
by Mrs. Jane Richards Sterrett, "Dawn Of Redeeming Grace". a 1 ( j McAlpin I 14. 1 15 8Pinemount
and the adult choir of the Live Christmas cantata. I I 22 3 II 1 14
Oak church under the directionof Following the program the 97- i ii KIrkland IS 17 3 28 gLuravIUe
Kent Taylor, will be making bell carllllon will play a recital of 5 11 11 21 e
their first appearance on the Me Christmas music. I O'Brien II 4 3 30 .
morial's annual Christmas pro- There is no admission charge Hickory Sink 0 11 1 III 8Hfldreth
4 7 .2 I 8
_' I Branford 45 23 I 111 32
I homemakers Win.. Silver TrayI ._j Nebo 5 5 12 lit 10
r Rocky Sink 23 29 10
I Shown here I* the car In which three local I teenagers and one young Creitrlew man were injvred J .
Friday night (See story Page I.) (Dan Btalner Photo) TOTAL 421 3U 121 T41 m

e 3 Live Oak Girls Club Members Seoul Drive Set March or Uimes :Meeting; Next Week

For Old Dr Thomas M Scott 1906 :i to combat birth defects, which
I State ClothingBranford chairman for the SuwanneeCounty I occur In an estimated 2SO.000 .
judged TonightAt Represent Boy Scents will pickup March of Dimes drive American babies each year.
outworn or outgrown clothes announced this week that an organizational The month of January will be
NFJC Pageant"Look At Chicago"The Saturday from X to 5 p.m. for meeting of workers the period for .the.campaign I
the Community Christina program for the county fund-raining pro-
For A Star" will be the time of my life" is how boxes for the needy jKt would be held next Thursday Gasoline taxes collected from
theme of the "Miss NFJC" con- Glenda Haas of McAlpin des- Thom desiring nay drop off Dec 16. at the Dixie Grill at 7;30 the sale of fuel on the Sunshine
test tonight (Thursday) In the cribed her experience at the Na- their clothing donations at the State Parkway are turned over to ChJ
North Florida Junior College\ tional 4-H Congress In Chicago town clerk's office the next pm.Dr. Scott said that the March the state for construction of high
Gym. "Miss NFJC" and four Nov 28-Dec. 2. week. of Dime contributes to research ways .
runner-ups will be selected on the During her stay. Mill fleas, ...
'- basis of poise, personality, talent president of the McAlpin 4-H F
7 and appearance in bathing suit Club and the Suwannee 4-11
and evening gown. Council, met and heard U. S. Vice
Judges are Scott Kelly\ of Lake President Hubert Humphrey She VISIT OUR TOYLAND t
land and Mrs. Kristin Bkagfield represented Florida as state win
I and Donald Sheffield of Tallahassee ner In good preservation compe-
Entries from this area, their Also attending the Congress
talents and sponsoring iroups and International Livestock Expo FestOr BOB & VIRGINIA
are: Carole Lyons Live Oak,singing -, dye W
sition was the atate 4-H I II fyuto'associato ,
"Fever" and doing a dramatic I with three Suwannee County ENGSTROM
A silver tray was presented to Happy Ilomemaken Home reading sponsored by Phi Beta i z
boys Govan Knight, Klah Eu-
Demonstration Club for taking first place In a table setting contest Lambda; Sheila McDaniel, Live I n 1
banks, and David Paulk were on I
held clubs the contest Oak, jazi dance store
last weekend. Five participated In to "Ooldflngrr"Phi the team, and drove to Chicago
I 1 :with tables decorated using any motif with a Christmas theme. Theta Kappa; and Alice Bird. with Fred DeVane, assistant
J The tablet were displayed at Olden Jewelers and arranged by Live Oak, singing "Bummertlm, county agent.Dolphinrf. tt Sbl WE HAVE GIFTS FOR o '1-
Happy Homemakers, Pine Grove; Philadelphia, Pleasant Hill and Cheerleaders and Basketball / ant rJ.
,Antioch clubs (Democrat Staff Photo) Team. THE ENTIRE FAMILY
t Students will be admitted to FavoriteA
the pageant on presentation of ItWc
ID cards. Admission for the general favorite gameflsh In Florida
Enjoy Cooking Convenience and public (adults and children) waters, the dolphin can swim Complete Selection For All Ages -
Is one dollar\ nearly BO miles an hour. Its Iridescent -
Cleaning Ease With West Bend Cookware Tanks flash with shimmering .d
blues, greens, and golds Ki&ePC&CCOe K* CC C W WCC** (Bee
6\Live Oak Student is It leaps.up to 15 feet out of the w
r never nHell tteourinziTefloncoated '" .
water when hooked. They grow -
i Up For Degree fast too. One and one half pound-
Some 39 student at the North era have reached 25 pounds In J CHRISTMAS aI i iII

Florida for Junior graduation' College\ this are candidates :term four and one-half months I I

Formal ceremonies for the graduates \ \
will be In the spring. USE ;" 1
Candidates for degrees from 1
Live Oak are Edwin Harley
Brown, Robert Braxton Dees, I FUCO Cltr-IOE' ) $
Carole Ann Lyons, Joanne Camp-

X888 bell and Rees Milton, Neva Paul Catherine Sumrcll Rogers, Brand I ; i

ideal for sauces, baby Eliminates Massy for the special program other InsecticideFOR
foods, cereal Oven Clean-Upl than the regular fee for entry Into
o rugged aluminum spends a DYer 100 sq.In. broiling the 243-acre Stephen. Foster Memorial from
heat evenly area grounds
o breize-easy $2'99 o rack andImmenlbl ban completely

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t a fount .petit s.d ..I..1.Id. to ,ro*.l. k Ik* toO wbt .....-a. rr Ik* City *f ...(...> -
Award .
Elected Outstanding Farmer If es..s of p.hlr.tM. .
LI* Ook ._
owapbte ( tr..Uo.
Only Mt swill
.ross of ..>. tatt tIt** to tk. .. .' .. *
.ad. wltkk APPK.IM.I.I. .... ...ho" lie dl.',.',,....
tk* kol oo* *. ..d.. tk* *.., .. .... .. .. .
Ik f rk-ki II o* | Ire* nkn). fnim Bid ...uSi ._......... ky a .*rtlflo
rtnc A"*&r H-WUi1rr: t <>.t. No''.* .. .n4 **...t 1 eta 1 lurk II.!. Tohrnand *: kork *r kM km !. m ....II'
|'cep Of Area ; < kw ...... ut Ira* t.l.I.s..t l It ill sot .... IK.. ,.. MT ... of tk* kid.N .
/1 Mtton. of .." iMk floilkl I ooapHntrTu tl). buk kid .*, k* .It..d.... for a porhxl.
N ......* fir* krtlrMMi 11 .ta( lurk .... of It d..> .r.., tk. MIl........ .kulnrMm
IN THS: COUNTY JUDGE'S *... I... '_I ,.,.* U f. of .ta tenMt far Ik* rmlpt, .f kM..
ngineer Group SUWANNCE: COUNTY "I'.1".4 BROWN ....* .... sod |S.*.* L P..1 Tk. Ow... ,**.rn. tk* rNikt t* wJwt
IN REi: K.t.l. ofT *..... '.1/. Iwk Md ._11oo, olTMliodUl ..t or .ll kMi .*. t* ..1.! !I.'
I M. II oalts. I.lpo. I IIt. .
*oi>oo! ... .. II.,.. .. Oft* of
I Matthew P. Cross county sneer NOTICE hi tk ra AMl TM
OP BID kid. ....rash OT III *Mlkllllt<... I II 11*. Ook. "....1...
i for Suwannee County was THK STATIC or FLORIDA. \ .**.Id) ky I '.'' Io sad .-.alro.ts ..osts By lY.ENARiSONTER
t PERSONS INTERMTCD IN Ottr of U,* will k ::. rrmMo.t City Coaooll
ted vice president of the Crown I tM to whir hiiMoildi B| tk*
ESTATE Or LAID DEC" : ..,,, ,.. ..
/ H.IL offk* of Ik* CHf riork. U*. 0k. r.... ATTMTi
ipter of the Florida Engineering I YN .r. korvky ..lIr..... tkt I 14. /. I Wo, k .
> mvr obulnod from Smith d /HARVIT W. FERRY
deli at their organisationalictlng ". ... ...c...., *.rvitlii... | '. : : .. and ..:. 0llhpb asp).... In... P. O. a.. .*...1 Clip c...,,,
November 22. { lot Will tot Tnt it of sod ..ItY...... J.ekro.rUM, ybrld. air/1. a u ?.?
I '
|The new engineering group II nr' -' = ==- =-
imprlsed of members from Baker

}adford. Columbia. Hamilton, : I ir,
Ion and Suwannee Counties

goals are to Improve the wort CHRISTMASSUGGESTIONS
notions and keep blah standards

I the engineering profession r I

JThe following other officers

rre elected: president J. A. Brew.
State Road Department dlat -

engineer: H. P. OoodUng.tte .

it drainage Road Department engineer; treasurer assist' -- 555 For HIM. Alone add that extra peronal

j L. Conyers. partner; W. K.iightery I Jack Jones left Is receiving a plaeoe from J. T. Tason as touch to hu clothing by putting his initialson
| consulting engineer behalf .f G. dyear Corp M Conservation Farmer el the Tear for T the'

IMS. The award was presented at a kan.*ei Friday Bight of the his gift

tie Florida Engineering Society Snrsnnre River 8oU Coniervatloii Boa,.. (Democrat Staff Photo) e S11 __ ,
a non-profit educational and

.temsl organization which .ls I For Leghlative Contribution
pirated with the National 80ity -

of Professional Engineers.

erna L Parker I


1 services were held Sun-

at the Pine Level Baptist A : VI

ch for Mrs. Vema L. Parker, I I /
I of St. Cloud. Pla, who died ,

itly in an Orlando hospital .42- INITIALED
: was' a member of the Baptist .


Charles Johnson of Perry offlclMad. by ARROW ARROW

Burial was' In Pine Level C
WMaetery.MAurvlTors. ? 3 for $1.50 3 for $1.50
Include one son Les
i Parker of St. Cloud: three sis-

Mrs. Mae Fortner. Mrs. Ethel .. I
tier, and Mrs. Claudia OoldU :
of Live Oak: three broth. .
Carl and Rufua Baxter of TI j I .

Oak. and Drover Baxter of tV

llmmee.ctlve r'
pallbearers were Harry t1/ROW' VvZ-iii f ; i

r. Louie Fortner. John li this' the colic style you prtf..t Mediumpoinh l 1
abUsa. Doe Clark. Walter Lee r'
mediwm ipreod soft colloil I It hit rfte
; :
e. and Robert Sheppard. John' Griffin eonMTvallon;; r>,reoraUUve from Lake City "..- '
Proof In oll-conon shirt, that
oixor Oft
lonorary pallbearers were W rats plaques of asvreelaUo' to >.. Loon M.DeuW.&fr., and
I wotK i M tonly, coeds bit). or no Irora'ngtDo '
Itowland. C. 8. Palmer. Drew Slate ..>.. n...... tUttrU ri.'" for their M. .. erodng budget demond the "Sonforiitd'
nesS Ralph Massif M. J. Lep- you Plui" lobelf SWEATERS SOCKS B.V.D.
rule for eoMtrvatlo work. (Dn ocrat Staff FkoUtment should by
Mack Clark. W. O. Brim and You( ) This it the shirt you should try '
ft.' Hughly. INVITATION TO BID ash for Anow Whip. by McGRKGORand : Interwoven and Gold Cup
rod1 C. Harris Funeral Home of their daughter. MamU MOT1CB I* koroky .!.*. tut Ik* CMCMMII VAN 1IKUSKNfrom :
W UM CHy of UK* Uok, rtoM**.
FlJve Oak was' ID cMrge.1iI Jean to Dennis Dukes ot Detroit. will ..i.*l ...rd I.ds op to Puml.r Only $4.50 $10.95 from 79c
Mich. son of Mr and Mrs. Randall 14. less. *4 111* PM. *l wiry IHM ell
km. .*.....d will k* **M".d p.lll.lp.e" s
Dukes of this dty. f...t."... Ik* ,......o.. b r .
Cannon To wedding will' take placeIn Two III ... It.** l-f ... ..*... tlR
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December 11. .. ..... .. :
Detroit on Cko.rolol fMr d. hi
Wt'tl i Mr. Dukes trad**. Doctor to .!... nol differ '
Mrs. Cannon and Miss Cannon OM. C-_ IPMITIMHOO* *.d ,4.
.Fair. and lira. John Cannon of will leave December It for Detroit ..Oh.Ik,*.Vie..dc..s th.1'.In.h.7 5.. .Co.kto.N.t..d.I 1: c-;

hie Oak announce the engage CnMM4 *krk o. kM Wo4 I* Ik* I .
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raj *:. VEBNAB. .....NfNTK..... t Jewelry of Distinction

l T M E AT RElive .t A TTta1'.".VI'I'. w. rriUT \ i'k' EIAN
..... by :
I OAK: noRin HOVE t'tniiA4l ,
,l 1IKAU: IlllUMMKL!
.tU Us-n..... tAe-Tas !seeded nl TMB rovar or THC rowrnrBUWAMNIB : $150
'f ......,.,......r Mgt ort>. Open 1111-.Movto SlUt Jud.R. COU TYN from $1.50
OIII04. IN raoaAlg
I ( Nay Bos Office OS.M IIi4 -Morlo I:" IM Bk< ...... ., ._-- --- -
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M. roux ......
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I I/4I "i from $2.00PAJAMAS $1.50 $1.50
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t.. ; :; ,. A8 L' .
i CARPET and RUG CLEANING .... ;JI ,L' .. "'Wo+ a9'" by B.V.D,

RAIN or SHINE, HUMMER or WINTER: from $2.99 from $2.99

I Your Favorite Coat It The Uundalk -- _.. -.----.- .._...


trained Mechanic and RUG MOBILE will U la U,. Oak for the $60

nest week. Wall to will carpet and ran cleaned on your floor. Our "CHARGE Err"

men are insured and bonded. We more and replace) all your furniture. In warm weather you have a handsomely. tailored, 1

AU carpeU CLEANED, MOTH PROOFED AND DEORDOR1ZED. comrlctcly wuh-ond-wear, waUrrepellent coat

Hut simply sir In the luiurloua' 100% Alpaca liner OM

GURANTEED SATISFACTION BY EXPERTS. PROMPT SERVICE. and you're prepared for freezing temperature,

Icy winds, and snow. The Dundalk cornea In London .
CALL NOW, SPECIAL OFFER ENDS MONDAY IS, W4.M2.1037 Fot'a own Calibre Goth an Intimate blend of

'$% Dacron poiyeeter. and 35% cotton. An etcluslve. .
Third Barrier construction through the raglan ihoul.

call collect. C.sw .rclal Rat to all ........... aatdl ..,ie... der gives extra water-rcpellency. In a wide ranre

of aliee In natural olive, nary or black with black ;

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,, I Only $37.50 OPTION CHARGE PLAN!

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I [The Nature of Belief ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON hAIr dJ. Ba ala Agents Learn Of fi

.rlpture-M.t.[ lia-ll! Acta 1"111H........ llil-lll_ ItlS-tSi I Peter .....' iiNampfire

4I Farm Record Use M BILL SERO

County Agent Paul Crews and One of the favorites of the saltwater f especially

Assistant County Agent J. Fred the bait casters,is the SNOOK.SNOOK .
DeVane attended a two-day meetIng -
I r t < 'F In Lake City Dec. 1 and 2. to
learn about the Agricultural Extension -
Service' role In a new
farm business record program.

Labor records, monthly expense s +J
sheets Income tax problems and
other records were discussed at
the meeting, part of Extension
A Roman eanturlon sobs Christ to An aarthquaka shook the Phlllpplan The unknown author at Hebrews do A ornj to Ua Ntw Testament, an
heal him paralytic servant J.ui don Jail when Paul and Barnabaa wart fines faith, relating it to the human faith that *>aa nof rxult to food Service,program for county agents
an, comparing the canturlon faith Imprlaonad, freeing them. Paul pre. of craatlon, and citing Inworka. ,and .In a tees Chrlatlan lira II to give farmers aid In using rec-
I and humility with the arrogant and vantad the ,&II.". suicide Tha jailor, atancaa of IU manlfaaUtlon.. In the Dot the kind ef faith.. aommand. byanbell.f ords to make sound management
of some Jewish laadari eked to ba aavad and woo Immallvaa of Old Testament man of faith Ood for aalvatlon.- ,Jamaa III M.Matthaw ALLTHE
111.13. dlaUly eonvartad.Acta 1':25.." -H.brawa 11:1.1": GOLDEN TEXT: John .;... decisions. ARE FOUND IN THI ATUHT1C SOUTH TO FLORIDA;
Training In methods using electronic GULF OFAAlXICO. ALSO CALLE& SALTWATER PIKI'' .
Jcrahl Lee TrainsAt Included. IN' T A IL WALL' WEIGH FROM A FEW FOUNDS' TO Aft
1Pastor's I Subscriptions Norfolk, Va.

Corner ho Suwannee DemocratListed ,
t below are new subscriptions 1. O'Brien has been assigned to Held Here TodayA WITH FEATIoIIIf5.
the major communications relay
and subscriptions renewedto
seminar on Income tax work
By REVS JIM WALKUP _; the Suwannee Democrat from ship usa Arlington, and is currently Is ld In Live Oak today .t, ..
November 26 to December 3. undergoing precommlsslon- (Thursday, conducted by the
Ing training at Norfolk Va.
Church NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS University of Florida Agricultural
Pastor, First Presbyterian
Both officers and
crew are receiving -
Jas. B. Daniels Funeral Home. Extension Service at the Suwannee -
I ,. c training and orientationfor 'E
Branford Valley Electric Cooperative.
their shipboard duties to
: What Is Christmas? I think I corresponds to the Old Testamenttitle S/8gt. and Mrs. O. R. Callett. the ship's commissioning prior The training is for persona who
can answer this question by Messiah who beginning with N. Y.. N. Y.SUBSCRIPTIONS. Arlington, the 'ex-aircraft car will assist farmers In preparing
answering the Question, "What Is King David's family was anticipated RENEWED rier usa Salpan, Is undergoing their 1965 Income tax returns, according ,
a Christian?" by the prophets as the com FRM Feed Store, L. O to Dr. C C. Moxley Ex-
conversion In Mobile, Ala. As the
You may be religious but not a ing royal son of David or the roy- Herbert Smith, Lake City new USS Arlington, the ship is tension economist _
Christian. You may be a faithful al king of Israel. The prophet Mrs. Edward Hart Hollywood designed to provide mobile com- BtuBEROr
member of some church but not a Isaiah called Him Immanuel. Mrs C. L. James, L. O. munications for command and areas where shore-based facilities
be which "Ood is with us" O M. Cross Sr., Ft. Myers .
Christian. You may a very means control of fleet operations In do not exist
good person, thoughtful, generous, When we speak of Christmas or Nellie Brown Ft. Lauderdale I
loving, kind, selfless but not a the Incarnation or the birth of Mrs. Bertie Carroll Rt. L. O
Christian. Christ we mean literally that Ood Mrs. W, L. Robinson. Rt., L. 0
What, then, Is a Christian? A is with us In the flesh. "For Oodso Mrs Verdle Cone, Clearwater
Christian Is a follower of the Lord loved the world, that He gave A. B. Miller, L. O.
Jesus Christ. It's as simple as His only begotten Son, that who- Mrs. W. O. Boone Rockwall
that. And yet It's not as simple\ soever belleveth in Him should Tex.
Let me define a Christian more not perish but have everlasting LeRoy Stansel, Tampa
specifically today and for the next life." So, then, Christ Is not Robert F. Folk, Miami
two weeks by commenting on each merely A Son of Ood but The Mrs. A. H. Meeks, Jacksonville r I
of these names given to our spiritual Son of Ood. In his gospel John Leo C Wilson San Diego, Calif like
Leader, speaks concerning Him, "So the Curtis H. Owens Walstonburg. owe i our
CHRIST: This name means the Word (Christ became flesh: Ha N. C.
"Anointed One", the One Whom came to dwell among us, and we Suwannee River Homesltes Inc,
Ood anointed or set apart to send saw His glory, such glory as befits Rt, L. O.
Into the world to have His people. the Father's only Son. full of L. P. Wright, Rt., L. O.
This New Testament title Christ, grace and truth No one has Mrs.L. O.Maurice Musgrove, Rt., Reverse-Cycle electric !

..-- John J. Robins, Rt., L. O
Roe Rivers, Tampa
R. S. Carver Warrlngton
Howard W. Thomas, O'Brien :

PUBLIC AUCTION SALE O Clark C. Lanier Memorials, Rt.Macon L. O. Oa air conditioning ?

Mrs. K. P. Eatmon Pompano
Beach .
Mrs. Francis R. Pike, L. O
Next Farm Equipment Auction Sale Clarence Ratliff L. O.
David Hlllhouse, Palatka
Mrs Eva Warner, L. O

After partially exploring both
coastlines of the Florida peninsula
? MONDAY, DECEMEER ,13, Juan Ponce deLron returned !
to Spain In 1514 with an amusing I Ir I
supposition. lie asked the king
Our last sale was one of the biggest and best for a sum of money to be used In
that we have ever had and we expect this one to colonizing the "island of Florida
be a good oone also. We will have around 125 He was then appointed Adelan-
tractors and several tado (governor) of the "Island of
hundred pieces of equipment.If Florida." "

you have tractors and equipment to sell,
bring them in and buy what you need. ever seen Ood; but Ood's only
Bon, he who Is nearest to the
We have a good line of new Harrows, Rotary Cutters Father's heart, he has made him
and Spreaders, see us before you buy. We known." This Is why Christ could
make private sales daily.COLQUITT say to Philip "lie who has seen
Me has seen the Father" ,
Some have attempted to make
Christ less than divine, Others 4r
TRACTOR CO. have attempted to make him less I
than human. Christ Is Ood Himself
MOULTRIE, GEORGIA In the flesh, both divine and
1 human.: Christmas Is the event of
Phone 985-5048 His taking ,the form of man and
I coming to earth A Christian is a
follower of this Christ. I



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II i-1 PT ; We love eta!

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A million Floridians are enjoying year 'round Flameless electricity eliminates fumes, r

I I'I w comfort because it is the safest, cleanest, smoke, soot and odors. ?,

cheapest way to heat and cool their homes. It costs so little that the heating feature isGives :(

L you constantly freshened, filtered air practically a free bonus. Yea it's cheaper to i y

in a quieter more healthful home! go ALLelectricthan 1 ._
to use it in usN era
1 _
One compact unit saves space and,the extra combination s-. tureen n

cost of separate heating and cooling systems. fame-type fuels. -- a.aISE.. ,1

Notice To All Corn, Growers!

Suwannee Grain Corporation is now receiving yellow shelled NEW 9.5 MILLION DOLLAR ELECTRIC RATE REDUCTION TUB

f corn. We try to give you the most courteous service available to NINTH IN NINE YEARS. MILL RAISE THE TOTAL ANNUAL

you and our aim is to see that you get the highest pouible price SUNSHINE SERVICE CUSTOMER SAVINGS TO MORE THAN

t for your corn. 38 MILLION DOLLARS ,.'

Bring us a load of corn. We believe you'll be back again and we .

appreciate your patronage. t

j See your; electric. air-conditioning, contractor or appliance dealer today!

Phone 362.3596 "

; : Suwannee Grain Corporation .

1/4 Mil North Livestock Market On North Houston At*.
.................................... .. .................................., HELPINO BUILD FLORIDA '"

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$ 9'ra ookrt YOUR HEATH..j[ OP THE I

By Suwannee Valley Livestock MarketTrading

Horn DecnonstraUea Afcnt + was active with demand 677 the previous week.

_t can be better than home- Insecticide. Epidemic Of Venereal DiseaseA good for all classes at the Mixed grades barrows and gilts
Suwannee Valley Livestock Market -
fruit cakes' M holiday des- sold u follows: 10-310 IDs" 124.-
for the week ending last 19; 310-340 Ibs. $3503; 340-370
make wonderful
and they The Irish Potato Image Potatoes MOST unpleasant fact disease' to Ignorance a lower- Wednesday. A total of IS1 cattle' Ibs, $34; 180-180 IbI:. $34JS.;
true flfts. should were first discovered in must be faced frankly to ensure Ink of the general moral standards and calves were sold up from 79 140-160 Ibs. $34.30; 130-140 Ibs.
.lt cake Ingredients Peru. And the Indians of the An- the health of our nation. Juvenile alcoholism rise the previous week.
Selected with Be the a $3410: 100-130 Ibs, 12. 10: 80-
batter margarine care. sure or aU- des had their own unique way of Y? Venereal disease syphilisand / In homosexuality and lack of Slaughter cows were strong to 100 Ibs, $34.05.
preoessln: rthem. gonorrhea becoming an parental supervision and con fully 50 cents higher; feeder-
Most 1SO-600 Ibs.
sows $1950-
used the
pose shortening the ominous to '
threat .
They left the potatoes on our country.youth
odor trol.It stocker calves were strong to tl $3170; boats $14-$14.50; thin
jfe to fresh with no signs of to freese. Next .
ground overnight Is
astonishing that a problem higher in spots |3 higher All
(flavor Nuts ahould be abso- day. the men women, and children / The rapid spread of these of such magnitude ahould other classes, both slaughter and boara.tlG-12.
fresh because they contain I with diseases Pew lots U. 8. No. t feeder pU
ply would "tread" them urgently requires an be treated with apathy by a- feed atocker, few In both
j which develops) a strong ran- bear feet. Then the whole process la i Intensive program dulls. The teenager who plays weeks.- were under 75 Ibs.. $3550; U. 8. No. 2,
flavor when held for a period was repeated for the next 4 to 6 e Ytt of education 'Ruulan roulette and gambles 3, and medium under 75 Ibs, $3S>
time. Other ingredients should days By then the potato had lost and con his health against the false security Almost three-fourths the supply $35: 75.110lbs" $3650-$3160.;
f fresh and of good quality.Combine its .water but kept its natural .4'. trol.: that "It could never happen went to feeder-stocker accounts over 110 Ibs, $3475-$3
ingredient according form. Alarming ..ta.U.lIel.bout. to me" must be made awareof while slightly under half a
[directions In your fafortte After this processing. the potatowas the dangers of promiscuity. the total wen calves.
tit cake recipe. Since nut and called "chuno". Thuno" kept .r'a rrr any disease Similar NymptomeSjphllls Slaughter cattle sold as follows: \MK\ WaterFlorida's
iiu discolor in the oven, deco- well was uninjured by frost or may sometimes la called the great On standard steer, $1015. Lake Okeechobee the
; the cake just before it Is done damp and It provided Hour. producolnnfOo masquerader because Its symp Heifers: good $21.25-$22; standard second largest freshwater lake
when the glue U put on. Dip Today's potato consumer however essary fears toms can resemble! those of so IIM1960; utility tU-U In the United State, was formerly
I fruits and nuts In com syrup can have 50-odd processed Dr. Celema and anxieties. : many other diseases.Despite Cows: utility" and tow-commer referred to by several other Interesting
egg white to make them stick without all that With venereal! other notions venereal
potato products cial. $$13.75-115; cutter' 113.35U60 names When It first attracted
Ihe cake fuss and bother.Shoestrings disease,..however. It Is Imperative : disease Is transmitted from | : canner $10,141-$11.16. attention of the Spanish
(o glace a dark fruit cake pancakes, chips.puffs that atatlstlcs be wed a* one person to another by intimate Bulls: fe.lUlitI., 11639-lltlO.; In 1545. It was called Mayalml.
the surface with a mixture theproceued a tool to make all parents and body contact
frown dehydrated cutter, 'IUG'IUO.Standard Later names were Laguna del
.hues and water Use honey group of potatoes hu their children aware of the! The first early sign of syphilis calves 11875-11185 Eiperltu Santo, Mscoco. Sarrope.
I water or egg white and water halted a longtime decline In per hsaards and the tragedy which II may be a painless sore, or Preder-stocker cattle sold as and Mayarco.
j a light fruit cake. Do this c.pltalie of potatoes virtually a can result from these contagious chancre, that appears! on the follows: UsNoted
, ut an hour before the baking If-banded. diseases. mouth or the genitals within
&tn. More than 1000000 Steers: rood $197513075.standard. ;
Americans three weeks after contact with
U completed. Convenient potato products are $lT l.15 Southpaw
a year, or about 3,000 a the Infection -$ ; utility $11 '
. _ult cakes are generally best that full $0 cent
popular a per .
stored several day. are being Infected by syphilis Vital Organs Affected JOUSHeifers Despite losing his right arm In
rr being for could be marketed -
of the potato crop and gonorrhea The chancre tends to disappear : one good $11; stand a youthful hunting accident In
ks !longer Wen wrapped 1960s
cor for food in the early
SjrpfclUs O* RIM even If untreated, and ard. $1450-$1TJ5; utility U2.'S. Hungary Couunt Oesa Zlehy
t cakes be kept in the In I
; may with 73 cent
compared per In the put five years, thefrequency leaves the 'Infected person with $1435; Inferior.' $1075-$13. achieved musical greatness. Zlchy,
_ er for a year. the mid-1950s. The other 20 per r of syphilis/ has In. germs that are quickly multiplying Cows: utility" and standard a protege of LUst. became a renowned
Ran You Answer This Truefi7alae cent goes Into seed livestock feed creased to almost three' times and attacking all organsof $12 &G.IH: one Inferior.' 113 35. concert pianist His repertoire -
-matters and industrial products) what It was before. Below the the body. The heart, the Calves: good and choice $1$75- of ieft-handed musts wu
: Ventilation age of twenty, the occurrenceof blood vessels the brain and 133; standard $1S-$20. utility, moderately large: he augmentedIt
you mix or apply home.a pectl- Apple Cake You might like syphilis has Increased by almost every vital 01"11pa'l a heavy 113-$17; Inferior $10-$1360. however by many original, left-
around the
r spray this apple cake recipe. It will 100 per cent la the same toll when It Is Invsded by this Hogs totaled 1,013. way up from handed compositions
rue: Good ventilation 1s some- make a good dessert for your w period of time. devastating disease.
g a lot of people Ignore When meal. And It
family or company This communicable disease
also \Ignore posslblll- e Syphilis and gonorrhea must
try do. they
goes well with coffee for a snack must be considered to have be
is of fire dilutions or dangerous of an Insecticide fumes APPLE CAKE reached epldemle proportions an elevation prevented of by moral education standards.and When You Shop or Recommend To
pare I cups sugar How do ww account for the
itdoors or in a well-ventilated tV cups vegetable oil tremendous rise venereal disease Early treatment of syphilisand Friend Please Include These Home Town
ka. Pay attention to any label gonorrhea can cure theeedicta
I eggs wen beaten IDIAS DimilD-Owiters of ameng teenagers who
*** Prevention and
imings about ventilation during early
i 3 or 4 medium apples cut In connected buildings la Mon come from well.educated, Processed Items
ndllng or when applying an ttt'tlOIIoIlowed by prompt
"good" homes? And this despite
small .
pieces roe. Wla* had different Messabout treatment can control the for
1 cup nuts chopped redecorating so one. I Intensive educational est-flre spread of VD.
70t I cups flour half their shared stairwaywas programs by public health of. FROZEN
1 teaspoon soda flclals and educators. lO-oi. Doa WHITE: ACRE brand PEAS with SNAPS l
plated and the other .
2 teaspoons vanilla Yeag ... raUfermedHealth IS1.Ib. Dig WHITE ACRE brand PEAS with SNAPS
half ..4bIa.t. HEALTH CoadlUeaa$ el the 30-01. flag ARCTIC CIRCLE
Stir sugar in vegetable oil add authorities believethat brand W1ITTB PEAR.JOos .
which have been well beaten thousands of these children larynx ...ou... themselves Hag ARCTIC CIRCLE: brand BLACKEYE PEAK
Add eggs vanilla and mix well. After together. and add to the ..utar.on. have never beea reachedby : silently with' hoareeaeaa.DoeVt IH-lb Bag REAL 80 UTI I InN brand BLACKEYE PEAS

measuring, sin all dry ingredients and egg mist...... Stir In apples their campaigns, nor educated Neglect those Q .
and nuts with spoon Bake by their parents about These ehtmns sire ....,.*.
In two layers at 325'P until doneor the dangers ef venerealess 1 dl.. re relieve poorwere eboul CANNED
. about 30 mlnut. *. health fareeerier M4er ooon cinusTMAs oirrnllb.
T i MODERN For an uncooked filling cream The needles tragedy of un- .(.">' ./your mind sad *.*.,. Can WHITE ACHE brand PEAS: with UN AMMb. .
AERIAL 1/2 cup Of butter add 1 cup of recognised and untreated ..ypII.I.II. AU Ike *.,*/*! new Wic.sIn Can LE-KO brand FRail BOILED: PEANUTS.
-- tight brown sugar and 1/4 cup of and gonorrhea 'Is especially mee'lriiM reverted' here are
r APPLICATIONSpraying evaporated mUk. Add I teaspoon.. pathetic U this modern sge of tn. m r. eWters everywhere. Country Hams Country Bacon Country 3.usef.
of vanilla and mix well.Ill'GE medical. accomplishment.H roar dKNvfafMal metfkwl prosfeme .
_Soedinf Dusting _. Fertiliiinf N I. authorities attribute should. be heeded "y your Processed In The Buwannee River Valley
CRATCK: the rampaat spread of venereal e'w 40"' .,. Me Imetos von ,..f.
A large meteoric crater O I*)*. Easy fMlur .rak. .<., be.> Dr
ed to be the third Urges btU".1 ,
world has been dl .' MONEY OH THEM: the owners': new cars, new homos McMULLEN FOOD BANK INC.
362-2016 U.s. 90 WEST Antofsgsta Province, near the The small Ins farms and farm I farm buildings, new equipment ,
UVE OAK FLORIDA Argentine border, geologist Joe-!r woodtota. source of much of the tuition for education money In; LIVE OAK' FLORIDA
ClUln Benches: reported today. nation's timber aupply mean for the bank.



GALORE for Christmas

You have"seen ads saying "No Trade America's Service-Free Washers and Dryers At Prices You Can Afford

Required. This makes you think your

old washer has no value. That is not

true, we repair, recondition and sell WASHERS To Go At A Fraction of f Their Usual I Price!,

trade-bis. Therefore, we will give you 24

a trade-in allowance in addition to the DRYERS -

sales savings you have already made. lesg? 6 MAYTAG 0 Wringer -i

10 1 MAYTAG Dryers 0 Must Go NowAll

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urday were 075. west wing $.15: walling up the the Garden Club serving the din"
Bird Hunters ELECTION
Should Reduce Tax Rates Begin For the first time school children space under the Last bleachers nero Modes made by Rev Ra 1
Lost Phase Dec. 18 (Continued From Fan 1)) of Madison Lafayette, and for storage purposes $285 pay White of the 189 fair were shown
I Lowest Unemployment CompensationSince Dove and dock banter are aa the position was abolished.The Hamilton Counties were Invitedto ment of $710 for'. piano for the after the busulnesa session
reminded by the Game and referendum was put on attend the fair and tickets admitting Coliseum: poultry pens, $259; and
Fresh Water Fish Commission the ballot at the request of the them to the grounds were purchase of and Improvements to

1957 Reflects Prosperity that the third and final phase school trustees themselves, "who provided. They were accepted the the lunch stand, $450. FOOTBAll.SUNDAY .
of the dove banting season will serve in a non-paid adviaory'capacity first three days of the fair and The third committee named will
Tallahassee Riding atop a Florida employer .with a minimum open at noon, December 19, and with little actual responsi 387 were turned In. study changes needed in the association -

five year prosperity Crest the employee turnover. continue with afternoon bunting bility. In the president's report it was association's: charter, Live Oak VikingsGainesville
this year will reflect Operating on a sliding scale Somewhat more than 10 per slate of directors -
Florida economy through January S. pointed out that major Improvements and will nominate a PLAT
the lowest unemployment formula the Florida unemploy The second phase of the cent of the county's registered to the Coliseum complex at the annual meeting of
compensation bill since 1957. ment compensation tax rate responds deck rooM, and coot hunting voters 967 turned out. for had been made thru the years by the group held early next year
State Industrial Commission to economic conditions, season will open December IS the special vote. the fair group, including over Ed Butler la chairman of this Sunday Afternoon 2i30
Chairman J. D. Wright Jr., said dropping times of high employ- at sunrise and continue through s $1700 for the addition built this committee with T. J. Haynes. DHS Football Field
that this low total unemplo'mentcompensation ment and increasing when employment January 9. year." Other items referred to by Mrs. Charlie Hunter, Vincent Adults Student
payment estimated is down. m m LABORATORY'Continued the president were a sound system Jones and J. Marvin Phillips Sr. $1.00 SOc
at $20.700.000 will result In lower Reviewing the unemployment ( From Pure 1) Installed this,year at a cost as members. Proceeds For
tax rates next year for many compensation program since 1957 Garden Club To big normal hours 8 a.m. to 5p of 1927; permanent booths $550.: The meeting wa held at the DHS Athletic Banquet
Wright said the state's total pay- ; .m., Monday thru Friday. A telephone walls, floors and lights In the I I' Garden Center with members of
ment to the unemployed was $13- service will record after- -
Santa Claus To Be Give $10 Prizes
859.729 in that :year. hour messages .
In Live Oak Dec. 17 The next :year it Jumped to Dr. Landers said that a formal

Santa Claus will be In Live $28,406,386. For DecorationsPrizes tlclpated dedication for and the open near house an.
Wright said that with the onslaught .
Oak nest Friday.: Dec. 17, with Final Sale!
of fruit and candy of several recessions, the I will be given away by
email total annual cost kept rising during -i the Live Oak Oarden Club this GRID FETE
and an attentive ear for young the ensuing years until I I& year for the best entries in their :
Christmas wishes. (Continued From Page 1))
Ur i
reached an all time high of $52.- Christmas Decorating and Lighting
The younger school childrenof 270.612 In 1981. More than $a.5 Contest In four categories Most Valuable Player awards
the comity: are all Invited, to million of that was from a special Judging la Tuesday, Dec. 21, from will also go to members of the
the Jolly: round man "B"' and "C" teams.
come see Federal appropriation for what 7 to 9 p.m.Judalnl .
from the North Pole the day was called temporary extended all homes with lighted Avezzano'c wife, Sherry will ;
they: ret out of school for the benefits The latter has been decorations inside the Live Oak also be a special guest at the

holidays: from 3:30: to 5 p.m. gradually phased out. city limits the club will award banquet.
at the Recreation Center. During the past five years witha $10 prizes to the owners of: the All parents of players Booster
The Saw ann" County Junior I Club member. and their wives
steadily rising economy the best-decorated door; the bent- are 5
Chamber of Commerce will assist trend has been downward to thl.syell.r' decorated window, the best-deco invited to the fete. SHOP ;
St. Nick In handing out .
estimated low Last year rated tree; and, the best overall I ,
kids. Free soft
sweets to the
the total was more than $26 mil outside decoration.All FAIR GROUPS
drinks Live Oak will Nehl be provided Bottling by:Com the lion. prizes will go for decorations (Continued From Page 1)) (MOVING TO LIVE OAK PLAZA)
"The drop in payments to Flor- that can easily be seen from gave their consent to such a study j.
pany.: President Homer Rat- ida unemployed coupled with outbids the home. Florida Power and designated County Engineer 1

liffe Jaycee:said that Al Leonard Is falling unemployment and approximately and Light Corporation has donated -' Matt Cross to work with committees I

chairman to help Santa of the's The project Sn- year in the state 60000, is new a clear Jobs Indication a the prize money. .' for the club. Wadsworth In plan development.said that parking ,Prices Good Thursday Friday & Saturday J

continuing ON MICROFILM
of Florida's
Chamber of was the greatest need and major l
wannee Commel'Cthas County: contributed prosperity," Wright declared.By Records of around 6S.OOOOOO problem yet to be solved by fair I
mid-November he said, the V. S. Savings Bonds are recorded officials. i
funds to provide. .the candy: unemployment rate of workers on microfilm by the Treasury General Manager T. 3 Fletcher GIRLS' FALL CIRLS'SLACKS

covered by the Florida unemployment Department, ao that any Bond Sr., estimated attendance at
New Baptist CollegeTo compensation program had lost, stolen or destroyed may be the 1965 fair at 23,028, the largest PANTS
Be In PalmBeach fallen to 1,6 per cent, approximately replaced. This service Is at no costa number to attend county fairs In SKIRTS

Trustees have been named anda one-fourth of the national the bond owner.SCHOOL. .. recent )'ear.. Slims & Huskies
average. He said that 1,009 school tick
financial for program a new college has been to approved be- Making a comparison betweenthe GRANTS eU were handed In Thursday, Reg up to $3.98 Reg up to $4.98 -Reg, up to $4.59

built in Palm Beach Gardens by third quarter of 1964 and the (Continued From Par 1)) Oct. 21, and 2.417 on the follow
third quarter ending September log day' Student tickets on Sat NOW
the Florida Baptist Convention catlonal education units and
30 this year, Wright pointed to a
A $1,500,000 fund-raising campaign would also work vn plans for the NOW NOW
sharp drop in the number
is underway and, upon recently state-approved vocation
for which
weeks of unemployment
completion, a president of the I, benefits were paid. al-technical school In Live Oak Before Tou Buy-Why Not Try $1 69'
yet unnamed school will be select. Folsom also announced that a
I The sharpest decline in the 1.49 1.69 eachGIRLS'
ed. Chairman of the fund-raising number of weeks paid was in the 1185.000 federal grant for library MORRELL SAVAGE pair Sizes 6.16
campaign is Fred O. (Bud) Dickinson finance insurnce-real estate category Docks, guidance counseling and
Jr.. Florida comptroller. teaching materials had been approved PLYWOOD PANELING:
8 cent.
of 19
with a drop per
for Suwannee County, ALUMINUM; WINDOWS PLAIN &
Manufacturing was down 11.1per
and would be added to the school ALUMINUM SIDING 'GIRLS' TOY
cent from\, a year ago; service TEXTURED '
Electric Motor Repair down 8.1 per cent; construction budget. 1/2 INCH OALV PIPE
Motor Rebuilt Rewound, and transportatlon-communlca- Suwannee County was eligiblefor BATHTUBS
or Exchanged communica-tions-utilitieswere down 75 per 18J,000 grant because there LAVATORIESsttvxs BLOUSES PIANOS''Reg.
are 1,251 student from low-In TIGHTS
Wooley Electric cent each.
come families attending public UPHOLSTERY MATERIAL
IT.'ft. >. Fast Phone S ?-!4f)0 schools here $1.98 Pr. Reg to $2.98 Reg $1.69 each ,
(Renew Your Subscription) DINETTE: TABLES up up

(Continued HOWELL From Fag 1)) And Many Others NOW NOW NOW

lln, Roy Blair Perry Davl., John
Cutleberry, and J. N. Cannon Sr. WAYNE MORRELL,

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_Ray-! S\lg\ DEMOCRAT I 7 T 1 1r



j Feeder Pigs Show Promise As One __ _

Of Best Incomes In Swine Field

In B1AILMnant those that are finished out fort t
Feeder Pig Operation (Ce-ntlnaed From Fage It ,'o main rr&lOlI: ) the faster

The Diagnostic Laboratory here U one of six In Florida It U turnover in production, and 1 11 second largest behind the central laboratory at Klsslmmee comparative feed consumption;
Building and equipment at the site next to the Swine Evaluation feeder pigs, up to 100 pound: *
Center on State Road 249 In Live Oak, are valued at 195000. consume a little more than two
1i Suwannee County donated 1U JJ-acre site pounds of feed per pound of ;
The location of the lab near the right gain while this figure .
e r I Swine Evaluation Center U Advantageous advantages of a faster turnover of rises<< after 100 pounds to about a ,
+ p aa Dr. Landers and production and comparably less three-one ratio
i f hU staff determine parasite count work Involved for the producer Holmes recently had a group of .
I and Identification on all pigs entered Feeder pig sales are held alternately pigs consigned to the Evaluation Y

w there for testing In Live Oak, Madison, and Center which he says will be' a I, W. ttallare, who fattens No, I hogs for marketing, entices
4 Gainesville each month at the definite benefit to swine producers
The staff! will Include Dr. Under I she of his with Is shown la
eager hogs some feed Wallace one
I present time Crews said that he I
and one other veterinarian of two fettling tarns ,
Dr William Wpley who will come and other people here believe that His group was the first to com served by modern aalomatle feeding system
' Buwannee County alone could Democrat' Staff Photo
/ from Daytona Beach this month plete a test cycle at the Center.
a lab technician, custodian and1rCt'rarJ. I support a monthly auction. They showed an average gain of finishing out No. 1 hogs 1160.220pounds A 330.000 DTU gas heater keepshis
1 The fact that feeder pigs can 2 03 pounds per day, with a conversion ,
) which he markets week farrowing barn heated,
1f : be marketed every month In the of one pound of pork for
at the Buwannee Livestock that he hunt
f Feeder Figs 1J Valley Wallace says
rear U an advantage Crews cites 31 pounds of feed excellent
moat effective areas Market In Live one the Swine Evaluation Center
One of the More I oak or used
I pigs can be sold than gain and conversion
Ii of support for a better swine program of the other markets In the area but might inter a teat group
Wo. I hogs In a given period as Kenneth Durrance director of
If baa come from the county feeder Wallace operates a 900-hog In the future.He .
pigs are kept only three the Center said Holmes' ptgs
f agent's office. Paul Crews and his months while capacity automatic feeding ays* raises some of the corn he
J.saey those that are fin "show what good breeding and
staff have among other things, tilted *m. said to be the only I one of Its uses In feeding the animals on his
out are held for five six
to good feeding' can do right here In
I been Instrumental In the Increased months. kind In Florida The feeder serveaSO farm he said, but not all.
production of feeder pigs ISO One Suwsnnee County"HolmrV pens In two feeding barns, anda Asked If he Intended to begin
man In Buwannee County farm U located northwest
_...u.Ersest to 130 pound. 11 to It weeks ho farrowing barn It Includes fa. selling feeder pigs aa well aa No
would take
I advantage of a of Live Oak, He now has five
old), duties/ capable of grinding the 1 hogs, Wallace said he might If
llotoes. left and hk brother Drew, are seen with monthly feeder' pig sale here U boart three Duroc. one Hampshire -
Crews believes, that feeder pig corn, mixing In supplement and, the price continues at the presentIIN
Ernest* swing her at hU tint ..nil.... ., Lit 0.'. wheee he I. production ls "one of the best Income Ernest Holmes, who now marketsK and one Yorkshire and U needed dosing medicine Into I SWINE: rROIHCTIOX.:'
r iI worthig toward a feeder pig ......U.M of It* per ...tta. : sources" available to the &Ing 0 to toward 60 per month and Is work I about 40 mixed breed sows the feed rage 11)i )
a monthly productionof AaUmatle
(Democrat Staff fhete) farmer He ..Ur11Nw.hit to the I
100 J, W, Wallace who owns a 440 W sis t RLIdaA s lialOiLxi1 si*sii r iit sisis<*sis fciis sis s ti
Holmes figures he can make I I acre farm on the Ncwbern Road M
more money on feeder pigs than west of Live Oak, specialises In 4IS W
Evaluation Center Tests Offer S N

I U nil"Ton Grnml Champion I >

Chance To Improve. Quality t.'It..

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The Florida Swine Evaluation proilmlty to the Center They pertntendenL A 30-pen bam
Center In Northwest Live Oak on can easily enter test group Into I houses up to 120 pigs for testingperiods. -
State Road 349 offers swine producers the Center for Information on ;;.: ;
.. .
: throughout Florida a feed' conversion. carcass quality, Dunn says that 36 more Individual .. <'. \ '. '. .., .
e chance to Improve the quality and parasite Infestation and pit Index pena outside the main barn ,. ;'" ..' .
performance of their market The 12-scre Center Include a have water eonnwtlans and separate ',.f. ";. ,\. ..1,
\ main office building and another aeptta lamka. The outside. < "I"i ". ', .\," ,
I County swine producers mall office and warehouse occupied pena could be utilised aa more ''I',.iV'f '\ \. ,
: have the advantage of by Bob Dunn. Center 8\1. Florida swine producers enter ....trroupt .; :" .{J: ,'.'. ; \ I ),, LET
Into the CenterPresently A
KrnluHtutn Center Testing Croup .about M producers ". .t
have groups consigned to the i
h Center, an from North Central -.. TOWN FINANCE

Florida and mainly In Bgwaitnee y1 .. ..
County and the surrounding area 5 .... '. '. ;; ..'.' ,.''t. ,.I.

may Any enter twine a producer teat group: In Into Florida the ...;. .. .. ',''. ''r.1.. ,, Help you with your CHRISTMAS

Center, provided he meeta thesequallf .. .fi''it.. .
eiuon.iii .: 4 of. .. '." .. I........:i. SHOPPING.
I .
The tat group will consist . ,;... .. I"
of four pigs from the same sin -.iMrr .;.'; ,--
weighing between 30 and gfl 213 W. Howard St., Uv. Oak
pound.: the group will consist of T, I. llarnee b seen with a I.M sw.iul Part bear IM1luiMto I
an barrows or barrows and no Hras>4) C-fc*. .,.*.. whisk be M*. far Weeding avis. arimateal I Phone 362.2922

I more than two Ills, no more his farm al () .,...... IIWtMrral Staff m".) I:............................rehswstsrwrrerrrwrae1eTh ___ _
than two of the group will u
from the same Otter.
<1> AU barrows must be cat
trued' and healed before takento

I ell the An Center pita, must be vaecinat DuBose & Cox

r td for cholera. at lent II days
prior to del!,.., to the Center
Ml Each entry must be areompanlrd .
h by a health certificate Indicating -
the vaccinations that
? I have been given and the health .December Carpet Specials
history of the herd

fit Complete data on litters ,.
mutt be furnished. Including far.
rowing dales number of pile far
rowed, number seined number of .
each sex railed and Identification

Bob DVSM. o...f>t lrt.o>.t al the twine KrJeaU Crater, of Individual anknala MAGEE CARPET
tai Breeders desiring U usepin '
I efcrck.t .s a toting; te... ., few ,4f. h eeie W UM pens al IheOral al the teat eater for crrtifli a ,
**. EM* ....... two b kept ka M teAtoUo-.rrie sta*. .. EVAtt'Ano rrvrrii.Face : ,
IP' oirsl tuff rwtol III). Gmipletely Installed With I lenvy Rubberized Cunhion
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First Federal Savings & Loan Associationof I I Regular Price $11.95

Live Oak I IChristmas Special Price $6.95 Sq. Yd.




No To Attend No Officers-No From From
Meeting SpeechesYour Completely l Installed With

Dues Refunded Next Christmas In The Form of A Chrut- $1.95 to $19.95 $6.95 to $17.95 RuMx-rited Pad

mu Fund Check Sq. Yd. i Sq. Yd. $6.95 Sq. Yd.

a.It..a..n..' sak. weekly ..,...... rmmgtmg from SOe to $10.00. Pay* -- ._. _.- -
.... atowJd b-e mad. ......, week and just prior to Mat diriataaaa r..4 will her
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I News From Branford 4th Annual Scout J1:: I Buccaneer Bulletin- I

Party Coach Dianne Butterfield announced Movie Shown

BYt MRS. SHIRLEY W. HATCH last week the fifteen One of the Beta Club projects
Next Wednesday girls who will represent Branford this year la to show three movies,
during basketball season this year. both for entertainment and to
InstituteTo Christmas Homes Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts of They are Karen Collins Charlotte make money for the club. The
I Emergency Preparedness Troop 90 in Branford will have t Fletcher, Betty Lee. Karen Roberta first movie was shown December
Tour Next Week their fourth annual Christmas Peggy Ware. Kathy Griffith. 3, "The Pied Piper Of Hamlin"

Be Held In Branford MondayThe The Branford Woman's Club party Wednesday, Dec. 19 begin Oretchen Howell, Sue Carol Martin -
., will sponsor a Christmas home ning at 8 p.m. at the scout hut. Sonia Fuller Sandra Terry New TeacherWe
Florida Civil Defense Agency tour and buffet At the event will be the presentation Janet Howell. Myrtle Drawdy. welcome Mr. Baldwin who
and the Branford Town Thursday evening Dee supper 16, between on of the "Scout Of The Pat Hall Peggy Fletcher and takes over as vo-ag teacher at
Council invite citizens of Suwannee Branford 5 and 9 p.m. Year" award and other awards Carol Phillips. Branford following Mr Suggs'
County to attend an Insti- and medals. John Hill was "ScoutOf i Becky Drawdy was chosen advancement
Five homes will be decoratedand
tute for Emergency Preparedness The Year" last year manager of the team.
presented by Florida State University Personals open to the public These Among those present will be The girls will play their first //OAH NUMSKULL
on Monday night Dec. 13. are the homes of Mrs W. R.Hill. Scouts, parents and special game on Dec. 10 against the Dixie ttoo.ern"a.
Mrs. Fred FilleD .
at 7 pm. in the Branford Wom- guests. County lassies, on our home court.
an's Club Building Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mothershedof D. Hatch, Mrs Ed Bubar, Scouts will also present a r Let's give them all of the support
The program will acquaint Atlanta were overnight guests and Mrs. Fred Jones. special program and show moviesof that they need and deserve. nKD
governing officials and community of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Howell last The buffet supper will beserved this year's Suwannee River Coach Garland reports that
leaders with the latest aspectsof Monday. Accompanlng Mr. and at the Woman's Club Raft Race. Refreshments will be nine boys are going out for var-
protection against nuclear and Mrs. Mothershed for a visit with Building. Tickets may be purchased served. sity basketball this year: Jerry ;
from club members for I
natural disasters. the Howells was Mrs. Howell's Scarborough Danny Johnston
The Institute designed for this mother Mrs. R. E. Kemp. tour and supper at $2. Tickets Roger Kllpatrlck. Johnny !'well.
county will be one of twenty Mrs. Louis Wolfe and family of for the tour only. .are f 1. Baptist' Church} Korrl.lol1)I Andy Cheney. Carry Vann Gnu

scheduled in fiscal year 1965-66. Orlando were week end guests of Cantata ScheduledThe Schofleld and Alan McCalL The
It is a continuation of a success- her mother Mrs. W, J. Dempsey choir of the First Baptist boys' first game is Dec. 14 against ettr
ful two-year program of Instruc- and other relatives.Mrs. Miss Dodge, Church in Branford will presentthe Georgia Christian. bola cauSTRATmB Of OS, BSCAUSg MOIL
tion that FSU is operating for the 8. L Townsend. Mrs. W. *>U Gar
Mr. Collins "LoveTranscending"
Wed Christmas Cantata GO B\6T\ KACK S4TDAOOISON
of Defense Mrs. W. S. Ware Mrs. AND
Department R. Hill
by John W. Peterson Odd FactAt
The Branford Woman's Club Fred Jones, and Mrs. R. O. Griffith Miss Wanlta Fern Dodge of at 8:45p L- BOoSSN
this Sunday evening : farewell banquet for an
win serve refreshments. were business visitors In Lake Placid daughter of Mr. and direc- a OAwQSCN, .C
m. The choir is under the admiral in -on-Bolent., England -
Gainesville Saturday. Mrs. Gene Dodge of Kansas City
tion of O. H. Munch. THE INDOOR Royal Marines trumpeted
R. M. Chandler spent several and William Roy Collins of Branford DEAR MQAJH4HIIP
The public is Invited to attend. rifles after first
of fanfare on
Rena Fletcher] days last week as a patient In the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy eyebrows a the bolts and fittingmouthpieces YOU use TKSi vvooL TeMrvcg
Suwannee County Hospital. He Collins of O'Brien exchanged new fire station removing A edIL/T.fwe. seer?
into the ,
tc L.
Wls. Fire Chief
Funeral services for Mrs. Rena returned to his home Sunday. marriage vows on November 20 at MUniAUJB M4"KATO Mt.I/,
Fletcher. 80 of Branford were two-thirty in the afternoon in the (..aNfEST kcrts explains, n.. evAt w
held Thursday afternoon in the First Baptist Church of Lake face, "We take It Preservers
Bell Baptist Church with burialin Week Of Prayer Placid with the Rev Charles places that don't

the Bell Cemetery Ends With LuncheonThe Hutson officiating.Miss ter." Its actual
Mrs. Fletcher died Tuesday at Lottie Moon Week of Karen Collins of O'Brien to let firemen test la DO YOU HAVE AN

the home of her daughter in Prayer was held last week at the was maid of honor and Michael side on cold days. r Alcohol Problem?
Chlefland. She and her husband, Hudson of Jacksonville served as station does not
Arthur Fletcher had resided In First Baptist Church in Branford. best man. Ushers were Randy We now have in Live Oakan
the Branford community for The prayer week was climaxed Sparrow of Branford and Wesley AA Group ready to
at with luncheonfor
Friday noon a of
many years. the ladles of the W. M. U. Whatly Sebring. Words of the i help you
Other survivors Include three Following the ceremony a reception -
A buffet luncheon was servedto WRITEP.
daughter, Mrs. Milton McElroyof was held in the Social Knowledge
Trenton Mrs. Henry Wood of the following ladles: Mrs. Hall of the church. ing things apart -fn". O. Box 591,
Chiefland. and Mrs. Donald Plattof Lewis Bell. Mrs. Allen Price Mr. and Mrs. Collins left on a But wisdom com New filing yttont ler !.... button LIVE OAK
Misses Minnie and Fannie Duncan .
Orlando; two sons O. D. wedding trip to Kansas City, ting things topth.John pre.'chiflt button en a
Mr.. Donald Garland Mrs. OR CONTACT YOUR
-( A. .r with
Fletcher of Branford and A. W. home of the bride's parents trip W.IUpHan top cev
Fletcher Gainesville three Olen Murray Mrs Fred Jones, Mr. Collins is a graduate of "Sorry, I don't know my phone another strip.. t..... enough r* ntto Physician or Minister
brothers and four sisters. Mrs Bill Thompson. Mrs. Nellie Branford High School. number. It's unlisted" b.tween snip' eH .. .......4.
Duncan and Mrs. R. O. Griffith
Card Of ThanksWe

would like to express our Nursing Council MeetThe
sincere thanks and gratitude to Suwannee County Home More people buy Chevrolets? Yes !
our friends and loved ones who Nursing Advisory Council will
shared our grief during the loss meet Friday at 12:15: p.m. in tae
of our loved one. During the sudden Big Dixie Restaurant in Live Oak.
death and shock of losing a All members are urged to be pres.
dear husband and father we were ent.
not able to be aware of everyone .

.C, who sympathy called In or so many expressed ways.their The P-TA Meets TonightThe Than any other make car? Yes !

food flowers, visits, calls and Branford Parent-Teachcri ra
prayers meant so much to us and Association will have their regular -
we wish to thank everyone from monthly meeting tonight !
the bottom of our hearts. May (Thursday) at 7:30: p.m. In the '
God richly bless you is our prayer school cafeteria. Mrs W. R. Hill, 'I other? Yes !

: V.The M.Family(Brownie of ) Moses president be present! urges all members to ., .r t! ,Any

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CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor I ;,,,, .,,; j !

who Bride-Elect Feted Couple Feted I

atIUS' With Shower RecentlyThe With LuncluioQ

home of Mr*. Junes K Mrs N. w Delltnger was hostess GIVE .
Collins In DuPont Forrest. Jacksonville Saturday at her home in i
. was the setting recently' Jacksonville for a luncheon honoring
for a bridal shower honoring Miss Miss Linda Butler and
Linda Butler brideelect.The I Lawrence Lee Thompson
) dining table was overlaid' The buffet table wu covered -' if ifpi7
with a white linen outwork cloth I with a white linen and lace cloth : Mt\1\ () ;R.
centered with a footed diver bowl with a floral design of white pam :
holding pink rosebuds white I port and pink rosebuds gracingthe -
chrysanthemum and flower taper center.
*. Small tables were placed In the i
room for the luncheon and each I
At one end of the table was the i !
silver coffee service and a crystal table covered with a white linen

punch sliver trays bowl of balanced cake and the crystal table.I cloth.Arrangements of season flowers PRIVATE LIfE .- L iij ii :: &

compotes held mints and nuts I were placed around the room i i.thl
Others Mr. and
On the buffet was an arrangement _
of gold frosted grapesflanked Mrs E. C Han Jr. parents of the
with gold candle. In gold bride-elect.: Mr and Mrs E: C. El ElI
candlesticks.The I Hall 8r. of Viper Ky. Mrs Bobby 4
living and Florida L. Wilson of Connersvllle. Ind, .
Room held Topiary room trees and Mr and Mrs. Clarence Thompsonof WI lovely 1 lingerie :l

seasonal arrangements. Gold frosted Nashville Mich. parents of the Smart Santas know the to
I groom-elect. J:. C Hall HI of Il\ way t Q e
formed grapes the arrangtments In alabaster In urns the Memphis Tern, and Mr and 't milady' heart Is through gift 1' i E
foyer. I Mrs Niels II Brorsen of this city I, that make her feel glamorous ,'ll F
I Mrs. Collins presided over the! and feminine! Let us help .
coffee service and Mr*. Bobby L. Mr*. Cribbi dub you select that extra-special j' J tV
Wilson poured punch Mrs Harry R
Honing! Recently personal gift
Cutaway assisted In serving
Mr*. Ray Carver. Mrs Niels A. The Goodwill Club met November Ii
Bronen. and Mrs Tom Turnaie 21 at the home of Mrs Mildred 1\
received prise for the games' Crlbbe with 7 present.
ko Mrs Phil Brim gave the devotional
plsyed. and Mrs. Rachel Hegler led I
Around twenty-three were

ent. In Mrs.prayer Hrglrr and Mr. Brim recetved 'I?

prime for the game played t
Mrs J. Marvin Phillip Sr.. Joe The next meeting will be the
Phillip and Mr. and Mrs. J Christmas party on December It
Marvin Phillip Jr.. and daugh In the home of Mr Jesse Brown.
ter. Chart Lynn pent Sunday In .
Tallahassee visiting MUs LeNelle Cotton fabric hangings adorned
Phillip student at FS0 King Solomon's temple S I

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to convenleive food 1 top. butter srmargarine .nn..oalt roLe
Aware of this some mix melted
manufacturers tall for one .r Prepare hot rol\ mix, arcord In plush Orion acrylic fleece
two Ingredients to be added togive tog to pkg: direction' Let rite
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they may collect on that cake tightly-floured board 1 ", I.. .
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the packaged *makia" 22 I H-ln. rectangle. Opread
Thu1a I w Ns.. andspites with Poppy Red Filling L4-
get la their lick, u In Rod up ) ny-roll fiuhlon.
the following blerult ring. starting at the long aide Cut
QIUTt CARAUATnuci roll Into crosswise t'tce 1-la.
'rr mxii thick. Place in a buttered fa," I
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2 ttwp. caraway seeds with melted butter Cover and I
I pkg (It tttwults) Ut flee In a warm place (110 toSF I
unbaked bbrttUPlace .) 90 mln. or wiUI roll air t
butter or margarineand hare doubled In else' 1pl
caraway seeds In smallaaucepas Bake at ITS* F 12 to tS mlnor j 1
Heat slowly until until browned Make. It j
butter Is melted Dip each: unbaked roll. j
biscuit la melted butteror rorrr nrrn IIIJJNQl j I
margarine and place In a e. seed
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Bake at 400* r JO 'IlL, or until 1 e water j
brown Makes one 'In.. ring 2 la-n.. honey j
For something delirious, with H e. raMnsS j I r
an old favorite, try the next Up, cinnamon 11.
011I. I tap grated !lemon peel l j i t
innirn mroie. RRYAne crush poppy sled about I. l
butter or margarine nip at a time, by placing It be. 1
1'4 Up. curry powder tween eheete of waxed peps kI I 4uIP,1eJ
1 loaf French bread
and rolling with remit pin: or
Combine softened butter ermargarine give It a apse V e. at a time. r
and curry' powder I.a blender.
Spread between aUree of loaf Mix sugar and S c water Insaucepan.
Wrap bread In ahuMMun foil Bring U hating prtntand ,
and beat at 190 F SO son or I I boil I MIlL or uaUl u la the r I j ,I
until It to not and butter I* thickness of syrup. Add remaining I ,
melted water and next three
Mike .-, erring IncrodwnU. Cook I Mla Re.
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. SWINE PRODUCTION Separate Stalls For Control Buy Your Christmas Tree EarlyIf I

(Continued From Pare 9)) sows. .
level about 34 cents per pound Haynes buys all of the corn he From Lot Says Forester '- \
tor top grades. uses to feed his animals saying ,
Best Duron that it would ba cheaper to raise Often at this season people such as-balsam fir and the Douglas
To have quality swine. of his own corn but that he and his I wonder if there are any rules or fir has short flat needles
course, a grower must have good wife just don't have enough time guide lines for selecting a good which will not roll between the
breeding stock Suwannee County to do It. He rents portions of hU awr Christmas tree fingers The spruces have triangular -
boasts the top swine breeding 550-acre farm to tobacco and pea. needles which will roll be-
The choice of species of course
stock grower In Florida If state- nut growers
the fingers
I available and tween
depends on what is
wide competition among 500 hog Having entered pigs for testing To test for a fresh tree rub
to some extent what price a person
Is an Indication.T. at the Swine Evaluation Center the branches to see if the needlesare k
is to But there
J. Haynes, Duroc grower of Haynes attests to its significance willing pay. still moist and to see if they: ,
OBrlen, swept the field at the "The Center will do a world of are several things to keep in will stay on. Tap the base on the .,
North Florida State Fair in Tallahassee good for swine production in the d eK when shopping for a tree regardless ground a few times also. If the .
of the kind, forester A. j"
In October with junior state" he said noting that the S. says needles fall it has been cut too ."\.,
Jensen Florida Agricultural
champion gilt and boar senior carcass evaluation shows exactly
rltarrle"0 be good buy.
Extension Service long to a >
champion sow and boar, and what good and undesirable traitsa I After bring the tree home
and boar. Buying a tree from the Christ- f'f
grand champion sow producer's pig inherit make a fresh cut on the base and
This was Just after he had taken Haynes culls and finishes those mas tree lot early is usually a plsce It In a bucket of water in a
aU honors In open swine compe- Durocs on his farm which do not good Idea. In most cases the cool place. Be sure to supply the
tition at the Suwannee County show promise for breeding stock homeowner can take better care tree with plenty of fresh water at
of the tree than the dealer does.
Fair By all appearances, Suwannee all .
Haynes estimates mat ne sells County is on the verge of become This Is especially true If the treeIs times .. '
about one-fourth of the 150-169 ing the swine center of the south. one which was shipped In such \
registered Durocs he markets each Top growers, keeping abreast of These sows are posing In separate feeding stalls, used by T, JHajrnes as Scotch pine Douglas fir or Can! Of Thank. t
year In Suwannee County Ernest the latest research and leader. to control the feed consumed bjr each one (Democrat spruce These trees are often cut We wish to thank each of you
Holmes for example, uses pure- ship from their local county agent Staff Photo) months In advance of Christmasand for your prayers flowers, food.
bred Duroc sires which he bought to the mammoth facilities of kept in cold storage expressions of sympathy and acts
from Haynes. the State Department of Agriculture Locally-grown Christmas trees, of kindness shown us during the
Duroc Is a popular breed In Su- and the University of Florida Report Given By McAlpin 4-II Club such as red cedar, Arizona cypress" loss of our loved one. For these
wannee County but not the only agricultural study complex have The McAlpin 4-H Club met council president; Gary Ooff and sand pine are usually cut we win ever be grateful To the
one. Some farmers breed with over the past few years begun Monday night in the Community council delegate; and Nanette onl ya day or two before they are Rev. C A. Oriffln and the Rev
Hampshire Tamsworth Berkshire production of more and better Center with the boys' president Greene reporter displayed on the lot. Unfortunately Charles Johnson we wish to say a
(raised here by Joe Cun- quality pork. Gary doff presiding Edith. Firefly certificates were given, trees grown and harvested In special thank you. May the Lord
dim, or Poland China (producedhere The operation can yet be improved Blanchard led the group In singIng to Olenda Haas John Haas Martha Florida dry out faster than most bless each of you.
by Leon Thomas). with more formers growing Olenda Haas gave the devotional Connell Lynn Prevail. and Northern trees. This is so because The Family of
Haynes says that the breed of swine or with swine producers I and pledges to the American Oary Ooff of the long growing season where Mrs Verna ParkerIf
sire Is in many cases about as growing more corn, whichwill and 4-H flags were given Beverly Vann reported that the trees never really become dormant -
consequential as the make of automobile l enable them to feed their by Jerry Ooff and Eddy Moore Christmas party would be held on .
one drives simply a hogs for less cost respectively December 18 at the Community In general, spruces shed their
matter of personal preference. As long as producers remain Olenda Haas reported on the Center at seven o'clock. Each boy needles sooner than either pineor you were born in
Yorkshires for instance are cited cognizant of the progress made Homecoming parade in which Is to bring a gift for a boy and I fir Pines are usually recognized -
for having lean, stretchy (good In swine production and much of the and 4-H counselors rode. I the girls gifts for girls Cookies by most people. They come 2-5 December of an odd- .... ,.
meat type) bodies but their white this. progress will be made right Gary Ooff gave a report on the will ba made by the girls and the needles In a leaf sheath Fir trees numbered year, renew
akin Is more susceptible to blisters here in Suwannee County, their recent council meeting at which boys are to bring fruit juice for
and Infection. product will Improve as will the time; three members were elected the refreshments ed to members. Also two new your drivers license t}r
Most noted successful swine economy of this area. ts council officers Olenda Haas John Haas and Jerry Schofield members were presented at this this month. .I\\
producers in the county have were selected to get the Christmas I < time, Van Mobley and Mike Delger -
found in recent years that a pure tree to be decorated by the girls .
bred sire regardless of breed. Is EVALUATION CENTERContinued I After the party the group will go Thirteen boys and nine girls Reece Brown
necessary for quality pork production C/l roll n.. were present for last nights ':'.' .
On the other hand sows ( From Page 9)) Carcass measurements are taken Bobby Whltty assistant county] meeting The next regular meetIng COUNTY JUDGE
used in breeding for marketing cation for breed associations the day after they are deliveredfor agent was present and Introduc- will be on January 3. .................. .
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hogs are usually crossbred Pure should -- -_- 0zT3
notify the Center at time -0 -
slaughter -- ............
bred sows are retained primarilyto of entry. The carcass Information obtained :::;:::;:;:;....
raise registered breeding stock. Pigs become the property of the Includes length of carcass
Haynes says that he raises the Center when they are accepted, backfat thickness measure of the Automatic GAS forced-air
gilts and sows which he uses on and are finished out to 201 loin eye area and veterinarians ,
his farm for breeding and buys pounds. Hogs reaching the weightof Inspection report.
all his boars. This practice pre- 201 pound are taken to Pigs are.accepted at the Center III1III
vents in-breeding which will HOME HEATERSPATENTED Rag, 49 li-oi !
slaughter and sold at the current on Monday or Tuesday of each 1 *
bring out undesirable traits in the market price not retained by the week. Fecal samples are taken on Corn. Beef},'
swine Center for expenses Is returnedto their second day of testing and
The last purchase Haynes made the producer. they are wormed on the third Rag. 2/29! a (ay aD'g
was in 1963 when he bought the The Swine Evaluation Center
day. The official welgh-ln for
Illinois grand champion boar now has an arrangement with Suwan- testing Is taken the Monday following ," I Food 4,; f
weighing, about 1.000 pounds He nee Packing Company to marketthe
arrivalApplication 19-01 D.. Oarift
> d
keeps three boars and about 25
weekly on these terms for a standard market
Cake Mix
pen entry must be accompanied f
by a $1 deposit I aI ,R .,
SUWANNEE BLOCK CO. The Swine Center began opera
tion on September 13 this year a
N. Walker Avenue program recommended by the
DARE (Developing Agricultural
THESE PRICES LOADED ON YOUR TRUCK Resources Effectively) Committee
(or betterment of the state's M
3/8x48x08 SIIEETROCK ........ $' 1.50 Per sheet swine Industry. I a, "' :
37x50 5/8 AWNING WINDOW 17.50 Each Suwannee County Commissioners I
3/16 Prefinlshed PLYWOOD .. 3.95 Per Sheet the Agricultural Extension i fti w I

1/4 Prefinished PLYWOOD ...... 4.80 Per Sheet up Service, and the Rural Areas Development
FULL THICK INSULATION .. 58.00 M\ swine committee cooperated LLTU I ,

PRE-IIUNG DOCK UNITS ...... 16.00. In making the Center
facilities available. Prior to the
When In Need of Building Material (CP) Call Paul Center establishment the site
Tel. 362.1531 or 362.2873 was used seem years for a Federal I
hog cholera research project.
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DAVID W. MAXWELL Come "la hi a FREE hot demonstration / Ef

Sale Manager TM ,! rt

Plant Manager U. S. 90 West Phon 362-2M4


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Peaches 5,1./ .
SAVE 4 .1

Open Wed. Sauce 8/1./ 1
Til 6 P.M. f.

i\, Corn 61./ 1!

Corn 61./ I

Mazola 1 Oil 59Jr F. Beans 61./ I,

D TO.- ,,,, REG. 391bot. LIBIY PINCAPPLI,
... FGood,' ,"o-b1r
Mayonnaise 39* REG. 29< IS I a. MORTON'S (WITH BEANS +I IReg.
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29< I-to.1 Crac. Good
Saltines 2/49* Ch I . 4/1./
Rg. S3< S-H Dim REGULAR 23* I4 HUNT'SGrits

Reg. 2?,,14-ot.Meal D..*49 Dotting< S. R. Flour I 49 Catsup.5fL/ .
V-l O Bread23 ,

TZJ Ijl -ill 111 i/ Maple Hill| Sugar-Cured .
/ BACON $149U.

Roast L/. 58; _
U S. CHOICE W-D BRAND s REG. $1.79 2 Lb- Rkg
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Roast 8' I R.:. 4ff pi: TAANOW ;::. ;: W 0 MANO:: ; :"POL ,
S. CHOICE W.D BRAND BEEF PlATE Wieners 39Gr. Beef. s199

1 Stew 29' ;{; .... 391 lallanl*r MMmry. c...4 con OIA ........Of, CROUftR PlUITS.

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tuti**** D nr- 5f(COWLAKO P4. &SvhM Lt.LI.

Stew 79; Rolls. CAN 29/ Sausage ". 49/


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'STAMPS :'I i I Jx..cR1__ ,'/ 1: ;Ii' J.a7.iJOHNSTON i PIES 79' '

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1sTAws. :. I II I a uisrAvs I.

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::. ........ .. STAYMAN U IUL'T
BRA.I. EXTRA Orange $ RED APPLES ; .i 5 fc4T ifG POTATOES 10 SfJuice
.STANK :, I .h_eelw... _STAMn : 8 HZ. hIwt7 "" 1da IWflr JUICY c..NUlun a Ib
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':.:.;...k..."!.".._._. -::=...:.IW.1.1/.... ." ONIONS -.5.2' CARROTS 32g'

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And Activities From 'This It How It', Done

I TIlENR CENTERBy Missionary Family's Parents

ROY SULLIVAN, Director Known To Suwannee County

Dribbling, passing, guarding poles for lights on the basketball
and bank shot fundamentals were court. Buddy Bell is also due -
part of the basketball lessons given thanks for repairing billiard Dr. Robert L. Ooette, head of Mission Haven In Decatur, Oa. Gainesville, taught school for one
to boys at the clinic Saturday.The sticks for the Center's tables. the department of chemistry of where Dr. Ooette Is doing graduate year In Live Oak In the 1920s, and
clinic will be held from 9:30: Taejon Presbyterian College In work In chemistry at Emory Is known by many local residents.Mrs. .
to 11 am. on Saturdays for boys the E I- Korea will be guest of the First" University while taking courses at Ooettte's father, the lateJ.
has been slow
below the Oth grade, in additionto Response on Presbyterian Church Sunday. Columbia Theological Seminary.Dr. Lee Smith who was employedby
dance class.
formation of a square
a game. Besides preaching at the morn Ooette and his wife, Emily the Agricultural Extension
Boys wishing to play onl a sponsored Those interested should contact ing worship service he will speakto Smith Ooette. are both natives Service of the University of Floe
Mr. Sullivan at the Center.
team this year are prac- the primary and junior Sunday (If Gainesville. He received his ida was widely known iir agricultural
ticing from 4 to 8:30: pjn. at the t School classes, the Pioneer and Ph D In 'chemistry from the University and Presbyterian circles In
Rec Center court. After teams The "Jades" played Saturdayat . f; Senior High youth groups, and I of Florida. this area.
the dance, which was attendedby '. will show slides of his work at the
are aligned this Saturday, play I His father, a retired teacher The public is Invited to attend
will begin Monday Dec. 13, at 4 138. The "Dark Horsemen"will evening worship service. A recep-
from the P. K. Tongs School in the services.
play this Saturday from 8 to :/ :/ tion for him will follow the evenIng :
pm.The first round schedule sees six 11 pm. service.
.. Dr. Ooette and his THE OLD HOME TOWN
games this next week. 'Sponsors : .'. family are By STANLEY
Include Suwannee Laundry, Cheek Organized activities now take on a year's furlough followingfive

Drugs, Commercial Bank, Kent's up the majority of evenings at the ...;.,'...--- years at his missionary post
A&W. Center, but Wednesday evening In Taejon. They are staying at BETWEEN ,

At the end of the season a cookout an dall day Sunday are open. Seethe TDEAT /
will be held, and basketball director for a reservation. :' notary Club Brings \ MEALS AND NEVER
awards given__ Exercise classes are still on Monday ;; ...Jl ,.- Music And SantaThe v CX0

Suwannee Valley Electric Coop Tuesday and Thursday, 7:30: Live Oak Rotary Club will ANY, T1Mt pOF
is to be thanked for donating six I to 9 p.m. .. ., '. ::;. ,>:, bring a special Christmas pro- DAYALL'Ib
gram to residents of the Dowling a

; . '.:';. .. Park Advent Christian Home this aM EA / r
Estimated To . ., '.. ,. Sunday, (
And -
I Hunting Fishing .. """ .. ,.. .. -. ., '. Dave Austin, Rotary president ,
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\0 '7 said that the First
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Add $75 Million To State EconomyFlorida '. .f;,.:'", .f': r Church Choir and Santa Claus a/IIII
are main features of the program,
played host to a totalof resident fishing licenses !is Polk Recreation Center Director Roy Sullivan shows little Dickie which begin at 3:30: pjn.
838,232 licensed fisherman and County with! 31318. Leading in Touchton how to pat the birdie In a badminton demonstration on 115p4
206,876 licensed hunters during the sale of non-resident fishing the all-purpose COMMUNICATIONSThe
new concrete basketball court at the Live Oak-8a- /
the 1964-65 season according to licenses Is Putnam County with Defense Department reported -
wannee County Recreation Center.
(Democrat Staff Photo)
an analysis of hunting and fishing 11,512 non-reildent fishermen I that military communications
license sales just released by who obtained the five day license with all military bases In
the Game and Fresh Water Fish Lake County recorded 3,682 non- Plant the Northeastern United States
Commission. resident fishermen who obtained I Poisoning Music continued to operate through the I

W. B. Copeland, commission either the annual or the 14 day critical hours in the recent power
chairman, said that the analysis, fishing license.In I Causes Deer Hoof To Be PresentedA failure. There was no Interruption 7a
covered the period beginning July hunting license sales Duval on the "hot line" connecting

1, 1964, and ending June 30, 1963 County accounted for 12,853 resident EmaciationA selection of Christmas music Washington and Moscow.
and Included both resident and statewide licenses Escambla by the Junior and Adult Choirsof
non-resident hunting and fishing County sold 4,118 resident county the First Baptist Church will
license sales. The report indicatedan licenses. mysterious deer disease that be presented next Wednesday,
Increase of 33.694 fishermenand Copeland said. "There can be has been causing alarm among Dec. 13, at the church, according
9,462 hunters over the past' no question that hunting and hunters in Dixie County has been to Kent Taylor Adult Choir di-
fishing Is big business when considering Identified as a plant poison knownas rector. ,
year.During "fescue foot" and not a contagious i a .,
total of that the sale of
the period a hunting The public Is invited to the FREEGl'Piee
401,522 residents and 136,710 nonresidents licenses amounted to 1037472. musical event. to hear music Including adfr
purchased licenses to 25 and fishing licenses accounted According te W B. Copeland the cantata "Dawn OfRfdl'emlnr r
fish In Florida's fresh waters. Of for $1.307.84600 for a total of chairman of the Game and FreshWater Grace", by Robert I
the non-resident license holders $$2,545,318. Fish Commission a total
Graham, by the Adult Choir.
18,783 obtained an annual fishing The license, however, la only of at least five deer harvested on sung ..
license, 26,923 purchased the 14 part of the financial picture at the Stelnhatchee Wildlife Management The Junior Choir will also sing .
not all fishermen and Area bore evidence of Christmas selections under the
day license, and 91,002 purchasedthe hunters are
special five day non-resident licensed. Based on a nationwide sore, misshapen and broken hoofs, I direction of Mrs. Wm. Randall r/# .
survey several and emaciated conditions. The Slaughter, accompanied by Mrs. ;
license. years ago the
The analysis of hunting license average fisherman spends ap- Commission was able to obtainone John Castleberry at the piano .4, f '
ales indicate that 122,566 residents proximately $106.26 a year for his of the deer and transportedIt Mrs. I. J Allen will be organist
purchased state hunting flslhng and the average hunter to the Southeastern Cooperative Soloists at the program which
licenses, 80,923 residents obtainedthe spends in excess of $100 to pursue Deer Disease Laboratory at begins at 7:30: pm., will be Mrs. "
county hunting license, 683 his pleasures during the hunting Athens Oa., for examination.The Dallas Bland, Mrs. Kent Taylor, SET
residents purchased other than season. report received from the Mrs. Harvey Perry. Mrs. James y
home county license, and 492 "As a conservative estimate laboratory Indicated that this deer Long, and O. B. Dees.
hunters obtained the special 11- this would amount to more than had suffered from a. plant poison
cense which limits hunting to $73,000,000 addition to Florida's which constricts the blood vessels The Game and Fresh Water $3995OflrllTMSfoetHle

shooting preserves. Of the non- economy," Copeland said In the foot causing the hoof Fish Commission Is anxious to J. ..
resident hunters 039 purchasedthe to die and drop off. The hoof Is learn of other deer which might RETAIL VALUE
annual license and 1,831 obtained usually replaced by new growth be affected with similar disorder
the ten day licenses. Pleasure is something you can with no permanent 111 effects and and urges hunters to report all
Leading the state in the sale of take or give, but happiness Is the edibility of the meat Is In no deer kills In which an abnormal
something you share. way affected. hoof condition la noted. WITH TJJPPJJR GAS
Pro-files RANGEIrL

Bob __, Our mot fabulous value ever! You
B $udykItJ
LADIES HOLIDAY .. 11 let today finest LP-Cas range,plus

ol4SBOX/N6 a beautiful wt of Meadow Gold

BIGGEST SLM? !EgNr Dinnerware, both for the price of

o the range alone.
6LIMEy: $4
Taro i o''
$1799' $19995 22995


S3 pirn MMdo cold its,.,... ..
"--\ VALUES TO $15.99 . . . NOW 10.97 ->li rf.,.....ftut M.pi.. M.....t
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) I hMufefal a rK Ihnl d. wltaa
\ ( ( M4 .d..far Mwl to*tiuM look

Newest Ill-Value with

AND WCIGHKD-FE8T-FOUR 273 INCHES POUNCOI: VALUES TO$12.99. f . . . NOW 8.97 .. o optional full. width dock lighted with panel timer and 4

TUB AwievARO'GIAUrJM! / Bizxle *n Simmer burnen. ...
IOST\ ALLOP. HIS FOUR FRO saute oven window liftoff

FIGHTS 'IM 1947-19481 SOFT LOAFERS & SADDLES % J door twlaf-out amokeleeabroiler.

f Specially priced at

r VALUES TO $ 9.99 . . . . NOW O V7 $199X. (Model S6M5)fWvn :
Watch .

I "LIVINGWORDS" LOAFERS (Brown & Black) s. + *tanking top

t with .
.I1UIp with .
I REGULAR $ 7.99 VALUE . . NOW 5.V/ 11 4 b.8UiU rare. n&max huge allpomlaia *- snWrfK; ptrfact for
I a o grilling and nick
{ a.5, eves Uwrior. 4 fUnb
I December 12 2 Pr. a1.,00 1 hMjnM wa*. Simmer J-cka kvraera
"art raoty on bane
eva "' 1"at .o ryds aparel"i .
bunwfi t W
thruDecember top and s
r.t own bottom. Lori**. =door. 8wta:
17 Joy HghUd panel le Irotts fall -tdi4k
.a..N. with duck and '-&. Ladwby p....With
taw soen9
a& optioanai dock a tus.r.Apr4eUy
prall at $ZSt16, taaW" ww.t.
6:55 A.M. Sundays



R.,. Arthur C. Davit I
Pastor Branford Methodist REG. 13.99 NOW 2 97 : NOTHING TO BUY WIN A
CawthBranford. ,

I on. Florida ... '\I ''v.....,. 15 Ib. TURKEY FREE !

POWERFULCHANNEL ; 'w'' Great* Fuel of Fiend Corp.

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COMPANY oatve &
WFGATVJACKSONVILLE ea.e e..A.YUNT ereae ,;. 5urepa Service

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Beachville "

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I Rev F, K. Day of Lake City 1 .
ed bis appointment here Sun-
Y. bad good services and at- ,
e ,
ndance. Mrs. Day came with
Im. i iI
I Mr, and Mrs. Roger Clark of I iI''
Jacksonville were week end JUNta I'I
her parents. Mr. and Mrs L.
Terry last week.
[ Rev. Marvin Odom filled his SANTAS
i,polntment at the Deep Creek
dvent Christian Church Sun- *

I Mr and Mrs. Matt Cannon of
ranford attended church ser- 25th ANNIVERSARY
\\crt here Sunday and were din- AT
,-T guests of Mr and Mrs. WUUe KIRBY ,
Mrs. J. H. Reynolds of Uve Oak
I as a guest of Mr and Mrs L. C.

ferry Mr children.Wednesday.and Mrs Dewayne Herschel and Caaonid Cam- kJlYDDY

|iy and Mr. and Mrs. Carrol.lion 6
i, all of Jacksonville! were
|jests of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ca.n -
(. last week end. AUTOMATIC A
Mrs. W Tidwell was a bus!- i

\eel O. visitor D. Beach In Live was Oak a Friday business CLOTHES DRYER > A
(>.sltor alnesrllle In Thursday.Mr High Springs. and a ,.

and Mrs C. C. Htmphl
Ind son. Wayne and Mr. and "'
tea Martin Beach and son1leott BIG 30" FULLY DELUXE FULLY AUTOMATIC
and Randy an of Oalnesj -
j and Lavaugn Swalls of Cape
j nntdy were guests of Mr, and .
(trs Willie Beach Sunday. OUR SPECIAL y V 0a
A number of Beachville folk .1
trended funeral services for Mrs. LOW LOW
rthur Fletcher at Bell Thursday
nnnooD. DRIES
Mr and Mrs. Earl Odom of 'WITH BIG
ske City were visitors here Bun LIAN3 : 14
Mrs. Otis Odom of Thomasvlllea .
1s visiting her mother Mrs -, LOADS
J Cannon and other relatives !
Mr and Mrs Walter Beach of! ; \
[;.slncsvllle vetted Mr, and Mrs ;, New you can eliminate the most distasteful chore In the kitchen by buying this
nile Beach Saturday afternoon. fcuurteui P-7 self.cleanlnt' oven nngt. A turn ol the dial and grease and (rims
a. vanish n cleans Itself sparkling dun electrically!

VFJC Nurses Atd'cnt I R.1 Ja11

\ Home NOTEl Wo also hare a coenpleto
( Model I
stock of small appliance __ DON'T BE A DISHWASHER

Radios Irons, Mixers, Tasters, D1gt01

"or Training EJ c, Knives, Elec. Tooth I'-'k: : I A TERRIFIC BUY AT ONLY
Nine students participating In os, Vac Cleaners Ele BUY ONE!

be North Florida Junior College Percolators, Clocks: Hair Dryer,
cUcaI Nursing; program are Tablo! Lamps, Phonographs, Etc. 1 $
-trtung nee at Advent supervised Christian work Nursing expert 14 POUND AUTOMATIC 148 THIVe'

Home In Dowllnc Park accordingto LAST!
Mill Wynyard Williams of Live DISHWASHER
Oak, director of the NFJC nursing ____

The students are devoting sixreeks
of the U-weck course to WASHER NOW AT OUR SPECIAL LOW In ell kinds al weslher this 01 oeluie dryer ,

rotting with elderly patients at will dry your troths quickly and luturslly ,la
Park where emphasis Uated a. CHRISTMAS LAY-AWAY PRICK!
long4ermand chronic "..... smelllnc". .otn..*. lour choke allustereui
on r
.::nru, ; ''" -: white sr copperlene st no.rteatll"
Mir Williams said elderly pa- .-- -I1I\.:' ,
Tit homes are being used more : C ,' $18 8
clinical experience sites in the \ ORYABLE1A3noH BpkY
'lining of practical nurses.As .
a part of their training the
ixients plan recreation for the LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS
.tlenu.. take them for ride and /

acts, plan entertainment write I' .11 IllS:iirn.rnl Lets .bo tree to tfo .
Htm, and read to them. The ; you things moro oajoysbletfcM /
"hrlitlan Nursing Home, locatedn ': wsiHlng" ....... fssturet. cycle g,shbuttoM SERVICE & DELIVERY
ivie center In which the fluthswey trice


Praises Utilitiesn s COMPLIMENT ANY DECOR!

Rate Cuts WA804

Tallahassee Edwin Mason.
nairman .f the Florida Public AT THE RIDICULOUS
henks I
rvtce Commission says
: Florida ats large atffllfrsat LOW PRICE OF ONLY ,
rate over the past 10 fears:
i excess of expectations. .5
Macon reporU that reductions j
vr Ute 10 year period totaled 1 179.95.wrTHUADI
41.413.1while rate Increases
counted U 111.15144. B> said
>* reduction reflects efrkl l n the part of the companies.
The six.lartcet uUBUe Include MILLUOOK

v-nda( Power and Light Ca of [nil fssaoirt at Wter flo .moms. < ...."r M+..1 Sf1s01rNF
:ami and Florida Power Corp.
f 81. Petersborc. both serving I CM bo. pours bt ...... -or t.> irtes* .( MIrrtra
uvannee County, CeaenJ Electric Lo-Coy TelevUloa

The 00IIUDJ8dan t! cnrrrnUyrtghlng durget Most goof Feetolato tasaai /tt! a P1oatbCoUntrwl. &lid l b. .......,.,E.SP Io lf...'.
arguments aired at [hit sad basket fMtt
vtngs to re-examine. Meeting JtuI ale CatiW Anlaevio feg VU,-1JeNI Loop
poQeiea for the power a Aa ewM tut Ulir JUcevtlon.
' "","-. Rwults wffl not bedy THIS AH JUST A rcw OVINE g ...Aal-r.... VoIwDeCGllatnJ. Nowdktwsl

. ants next .year. MANY EXCITING VALUES ON EAU h/' Uea g .....Vml sails Um set to turned OIL

cnkins Reportsn IAKOUHD rot MOU MIAT... 10 LITES-13PrlON6 L ? $239.95

) ConventionVargaiatnc. GAINS .W/T I

'tlisee mfal The
PO Way, wu the theaae. of the
C day MUonal NYC osnvenUosiBl. .
. Louis last week, attended "SERVICE is our most important PRODUCT"G.E.
' hits defecate from 8uwut-
". Gusty asom rig lo Jettany
ti tsars, eoontr NYC prtrtesnt.
Jenkins ales reported' that s ELECTRIC APPLIANCES
-... from President Lyndonn
* o was ncelved' at the eaa"Hon -STEREO

" comaacpdlng. the work of RBY'S HOUSEWARES-RADIOS .f I .
w NYC to achieving proepertty ,
The county pi-elihiii anaooae1 '- .
that the t nest JQ'OW"bdd m v** b
- tonight CTt**+-
.r) at the Braafjrd high fchnelg : W. Howard St OAK ,
Vofldtoc M T.M >s*. UVE FLORIDA Phone 3622678r .


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v.mb.r, A. D.. 1000.LAVAUONN. yon for the relief demanded to the ...... Me bids ...1.... after the time and S ...... 4 ply highway. II,... tire*
A. SESSIONS: plaint.DATED. late apeelfM will be .on.ld..... The Dome light
Public NoticesIN Clerk of The" Clroult Court at Live Oak lIa"....... Cone- Board at Count Conmhaloaora ....... 011 filter
(SEAL. t,. Florid., this 14th day of November, the rla-at to root say aad all blda and Oil balk. air aleaaerTinted .
BIT Lillian Hadford. D. C. 1.... ta waive fernalltba sad to re-adertlae wtndihMder
17-10 1AVACOHN A. SESSIONS and award the bid to the beat Intereataot equivalent.
Clark Circuit Court Suwanaeo Countr. Florida.. Bids mn>t
THE CIRCUIT COURT Of THE Snwennee County, Florida be elearlr. marked I -BID t.'" ion cab a ......1. I
IDA. IN CHANCERY COUNIN FLORIDA. Clerk 4 ...... treaeialaeloajHeavy I
DOROTHY ELYNETTB RICHARDSON : EVANS GRISHAM, Eioffteto Clerk Te TIt.grta' Inelde roervkw. mirror.
Plaintiff Plaintiff CALL FOR BIDS Comeilialoiiera Left a right junior Weeteoaat mlr.
... .... Sealed Wda will ba reeelved by the ty. Florida row
JOSEPH WALTER RICHARDSON, EMERSON D. CRISHAM, Board of County Comailaelonere of S.. I toeill e ply tire a aemmenlal.
Defendant. Defendant. wanna County In Wee Oak., Florida By Lillian Radford, D. C. type S P.... wheels.
IN TUB NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY NOTICE TO DEFEND antll 110 .'.Iook A.M. on the Hth day ..... Dome LlaktDtffereatlal
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO of December A. D 1MJ, at which time ratio net hither than
TO I JOSEPH WALTER RICHARDSON, EMERSON D. GRI8HAM wkoiareeldenre and place all bids will ba publicly opened REQUEST FOR BIDSSuwaanee '.n .. I
W1LLI8TON FLORIDA! and .dd.... are unknown. and read aloud for the following. County Arthropod Control Oil balk air .......
d A worn Bill of Complaint hi lnf YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that deacrlhed equipment. to-wHi requnt bide far ene MW Ite H to. Oil filter
been filed In this Court ...In.t pout the a complaint for divorce h.l been filed/ track and ... 1/4 ton track, to neat 5 speed eleetrio wiper pod waster
) Yr relltf therein sought bolnc divorce) You aialnit you, and you ara required to Two (1) pick-up truck to comply the following. peelflcatloaatm or equivalent.
are required to anawer Mid Complaint one a lOp of your aniwer or plradlni with ipeclflcatlone which I may be
on or before the nth day of December, to the complaint on the plalntlffi attorneyi. obtained from the office .f, ton pickup track I Blda will be opened December ink.
A. D.. lilt, furnishing to William J. AIRTH SELLERS LEWIS 0 cylinder ...In., sot kia thaa' 110 less at A... m the office ef the S..
Wlnb.rn. Jr. Live Oak. Florida Plain 101 Wait Howard Street Live Oak Bawannee County Engineer H. P. vannee Couaty HeaJtk Department. All
tiff. Attorney, a ropy eUeDecree Florida, and file the ordinal ...w.. or P. O. Bo. Ins Inside' a outside rtartlow. mirrorS bidder are Invited to be ._.nt. We
Fro Coot..., will thb't:; pleading' In the efflne Suwenn.eClCounty Live Oak Florida ItOtO speed electrle wlpert sad _.h... reaerve the right" to reject pay end all
...In.t re,,. the Clrclut Court of or Baak'. .p U.htalleat bids.,
WITNESS ray h.nd and ...1 of this I Florid., on or before the tit day of Clerk. of the Circuit Court B.lte ....... Cnnty
Court at Llv Oak. Suwannee County, January. u... If you fall to do eo a Court hoe a* Rear stop tamper Arthropod Control
I Florida on this the 11th day of No- decree pro aonfaiio will bo taken ...In.t Live Oak Florida 11040 Factory. Initalled heater a defroater 1t.1I



Branch OfficeSUWANNEE
a REALTY Live Oak Drug Co.

... J"OR SALE FOR SALECHRISTMAS 407 Dowllng St. The Prescription Store"

Farm Bureau Bid*.
i FOR SALE Poulan and Pioneer SHOPPING? We Phone 362-1526 FOR TilE BEST

LITTLE ADS chain saws parts and service have pianos organs new and WINSTON J. ROGERS Realtor CHANEL BLUE ORASS
Logging supplies hooks, clamps Specializing Farm & Acreage
rebuilt: guitars, amplifiers mu'callUl&ealOrlf' -
and chains. Repairfor Sales and loans
bows bars, ,' .; TVs color and CORDAY Fame. Tjours Mol
most small gasoline engines Possession
EXCHANGE black and white: record players
l< :,' BUY-SELL Tyre's Saw tt Engine Service. console Four Acres With 600 Ft. FrontageOn SHULTON Escapade Desert ,
j portable; tap;
Whatever the purpose you will formerly Electric Service Co., Branford Road. Nice Flower Corn Silk
recorders radios, records sheet
INNOCENT AND BEWILDERED-A little Vietnamese boy find Democrat classifieds de 905 6th St. Your small engine music. Your complete music Homeslto With Plenty Of CHANTILLY MATCHABELLI SHOCKING- Wind Song

holds In his U. B. forces enter the Job, quickly and well. headquarters. cadj tf Shade Trees. Oood Location For IAphradala
a crying baby arm as his dealer. Gifts from tl up. Frier FABEROE-Tie-real. Woodhua,
war-torn village somewhere in South Viet Nam lookingfor Music Co., 112 North Ohio..I Two Or More Trailer $1,60000 Flambeau

Viet Cong guerrillas. DEADLINE FOR INSERTION FOR SALE: AU sizes of tar- Live Oak cafa 32 With Terms. LANVIN-Arpege. My sin
paulllns, guaranteed not to leak Scandal:
5:00 P.M. Tuesdays Ottls Brown Motors. cdjj tf FOR SALE Army pants shirts REVLON: -Intimate. Aquamarine -

jackets, overcoats. Oood used Three Bedroom Home Near
BUTLER BUILDINGS Butler clothes for men. women and Downtown Area. 17.00000 On LEATHER 007'PUB' _
J i/4 cents per word with a children. Phone 363-2135. FRY Very Oood Terms. -
all metal panel frame buildings CANOE BRUTWHITMAN
eulnlmnm of $1.00. and sheds. Call T. E. McCall Store. pdjj 27-31 CANDY
'l/rb/lra a f / AU classifieds must be paid m POLAROIDAmerican
935-4202 Branford. Fla.
$l advance.) pdjj 29.33 vated cedars priced from $150 HOUSE AND FIVE LOTS Amity Greeting Billfolds Cards

ONE WEEK FREE to 350. Suitable for churches, Near The Suwannee Hirer Malkrr Hearing Aid
FOR BALE Used tires and schools homes. Come select 2.100.00 Batteries
OF EVENTS Claislfleds ordered for five tubes. Bargains for cars, trucks your choice. Phone 776-1231 With Down Payment of $600. .1

weeks, run the but week free. tractors. All sizes available. A. W Ross Sr., Rt. 4, Live Oak. call tf
CON ICTINCJ ELEMENTS I CITIZEN CRUSADE PLANS, $4.00 will pay for a 18 word Some like new. Hundreds to cbjj 29.30 COYPLE'J'EM

IN WAR ON POVERTY OPPOSED IY POLITICOS advertisement for five weeks pick from. Barber's Service > SERVICE

Use Snwsnnee Democrat CIaMII Station. O'Brien. 9353535. FOR SALE: Complete furniture
By IIENRY CATIICART Soda for Proven Results. for 2-bedroom house. Will sell LIVE OAK
Central Press Also available through your FARM. TIMBER ft PICA LOANS
WatMngton Writer
I part or all. See Perry Hall at
neighborhood service station AVAILABLE:
WASHINGTON ldent Johnson's war on poverty seems from Bsrber's Tire Service Hall's Barber Shop For Information. call or set: DRUG CO.
of the attributes of a civil war. The HELP WANTED wholesale division. csdj tf pdjj 30-34 PAUL A. BYRD
factions seem to be fighting each other instead of the common _
WINDOWS Look awning windows n._ Slt-tm
enemy. WANTED Waitresses. Apply st 404 S. Ohio An.
This Is particularly true Insofar as it concerns the part that Dixie Grill. cajj tf SEWING MACHINES 37x50-5/8: $1698 and Live Oak. Florida
the shall In their betterment. AccordIng 37x38-3/8 IU el. All sizes
poor play planning own 965 MODEL CLEARANCE SALE. Phone 362-13S9
: I to local politicians, who unfortunately CURB HOP and lady to work We have seven 1965 round bobbin available at Mary Carter Paint e tf LUZIER COSMETICS.Your

Ift < control how much of the anti-poverty money fountain wanted. Dttter than sewing machines left. These machines Store 648 Helvenston St. DrewL. loveliness comes out when

1 shall be spent, the poor should be helped but average pay. Apply In person, are completely guaranteed Wilder cajj tf Luster comes In." For a lovelier

not by themselves. A & W Drive In., call tf Equipped to gig sag, make button FOR SALE!: Two gentle mare you contact your Luster .
This situation is confusing the over-all effort holes, etc. $25 is total price. Will consultant. Mrs. Mamie MeCrimon. ,
Sell horses with small colts at side
and II souring a goodly sector of the LADIES boost your Income. accept older machine for part HORNE REALTY CORP. phone 363-2305 for an
Lucille Also one saddle bridle,
public on the whole 'Idea, worthy" though It Luzler Cosmetics. Call payment. Phone Orlsndo collect BRANCH OFFICE appointment pdjj 26-30
saddle Priced to sell. Contact
J may be in theory. Oourtoy. 792-5451 or write Box 425-3377. Sit W. Reward St. I
If" Fla. chJJ! 22-31 Mrs. Adelaide Martin.
This division has caused some determined 294 Jasper. C 23-34
Branford Fla. 933-2673.
people to try to do something. : about it, rather WANTED Man for established pdjj 30-34 GEORGE B. DEES FARMERS
than Just sit back aad watch things disin Oak MONEY for your firm operations
I insurance debit for Live Aaewetate at reasonable cost Termsto
tegrate. I Good rOR SALE Young registered FOR SALE German Shepherd
and Lake City area.
Phon. 362-1888 fit your needs. Loans op to
About 125 leaders of religious, civil rights,
I starting pay and training Polled Hereford bulls. Mr. and puppies AleC registered 6 7 yesrs. Can North Florida Production -
WeeMngleit labor business, student and farm groups have chances for advance Mrs Fernandes Farm Rt. 3. weeks old. In time for Christ Credit Ann. 8. Ohio

formed an organisation known as the "C1U- ment.program Telephone 362-1665 C. Live Oak, pcjj 29.31 mu. Call Lake City 753-2760. 10 ACRE TRACTS 6 miles Ave, Live Oak. TeL 362-2568.
Over-aU effort sees Crusade Against Poverty." This group cajj tI cajj 30 from town. e aNMf
colt/wed plans to finance the training of a thousand W. Broughton.

community workers to organise the poor and WANTED Full or part time, FOR SALE Cured Improved FOR BALE I electric stove.

I I guide them in participation in local anti-poverty programs. women or men to sell Fuller Georgia Any size Red and amount.sweet potatoes.A. L. Oood condition. Phone 3633871. 20 ACRE TRACTS 7 miles VISIT ANNIT8 BEAUTY SHOP.Operator. .
I In simple word., this group Is going to help the poor to do Brush products in Jasper and pajj 30 from town. Annie H. Mills.
(Aubrey) Ward. McAlpln. Fla.
more effectively: exactly what local politicians are opposing'- earnings
Uve Oak area. Average Mary Drew Boatrlght Myrtle
Phone 776-1271, all 29-31 TV set for sale 21 Inch screen
voicing their own Views on how they can help themselves out weekly
15 hours $30-$50 4 years old. in good condition Mills. Elaine: Webb and Manicurist.
of the poverty trap H. Silver, tf
For Information writ Ruby Sanford. call
Contact W, A. Ream Branford 2 or 3 Bedroom Home on
If the CCAP IAY Pangola. |25 and 130
J id successful, their effort could be a most Drive Daytona per
1028 Fla. cajj 30 Helvenston Ave, FIIA.
significant factor In the long-range success of the anti-poverty Beaih, Fla. pdhj 27-31 ton. Coastal Bermuda. 130 and ,
'war. It Is doubtful that It can change the attitude of the local'' |35 per ton. You pick up orwell elf ANY TYPE

politicians, but it can make their obstructionism sterile WANTED Mechanics with deliver. Call 935-3496, L. L. FOR RENT
I C ea <." hand tools. Must be competentand Barnett pdjj 27-31 MEMORIAL

I IICKRYl HURRY!-There might be a little poetic license In tobcr. Dealer under new FOR RENT Spaces for mobile WORK WANTED_ WORK g
the following, but it does a factual situation in New equipment -
I express properly management. FOR SALE 200 II). containers homes Plenty ef room. Nice
dramatic term. $75 per<< week salary and com- at 50c each. Southern Foam and clean. Oood well water CARPET AND RUG CLEANINGPre DONE

As we have reported heretofore, plans to alter the appearance mlMton. Vacations insurant Products, phone 363-3286. Lake for fishmg and swimming Christmas special.: Our

of the west front of the Capitol are further along than most uniforms Coker Chevrolet and cbjj 30.31 Morgan's Trailer Park. U. a M trained mechanics and rucmo Granite, Marble, Bronze
I legislators think. One who is aware of what la going on Is Rep. Oldsmobile Co., Live Osk. Fla. West. Uve Oak. Fla. Phone bile win be In Live Oak until Phone 36X3331
1 Sam Stratton of New York. Sam Is urging his constituents to"hurry" calf tf Monday Dee. 13. Wan-to-wan
FOR SALE Two Allstate motor 363-2016. cabb tf
to Washington they want to see the Jut remaining carpets cleaned moth-proofed LIVE OAKMONUMENT
One hu five.,horsepower
bit of the original United States CapitoL WANTED Assistant manager scooters. FOR RENT A i-bedroom and deodorised on your floor CO.
"I'm not kidding Sam says In his newsletter to the folks trainee, age 2230. Inquire at and three speed gears. apartment for rent. Call 3633935 All work guaranteed. For free
j back home "Scaffolding' la already going up around the Capi Town Finance Co.. 213 Welt I This one $100. The other has or 963-3743. cajj U estimate phone 362-1037 Mrs. Vickie Summers, Rep. >

tol'. west front workmen are getting their toolsin Howard St., Uve Oak. Fla.ccil I three horsepower and automatic Prompt _me.. alb 30
10.32 drive. 175. Both in excellent FOR RENT Small apartments
place and enabling legislation la Just around Capitol's.
the corner to appropriate maybe $30 million to lld"-S; ; I condition. Call 363-2470. furnished. Adults only. Budget
cover up the present sandstone west side's last OM lk WANTED Elderly I peas: 30-32 arrangement $35 monthly In. 0 MISCELLANEOUS
visible portion of the original Capitol Building Te V."....", companion to live in. Write mare. chides lights and water. See 0 Boaintn
with the same garish marble Imitation put over someone wno can drive. FOR SALE: Small Bay Mrs. Brown. 303 Wlnderweedle 39 ACRES partly cleared. Can Opportunity

I' the east front In 39M." P. O Box 651, Jasper Fit.30-31. or years old. gentle, kid broke St Bachelor Cabins between be used to grow melons for

So if you're interested la antiquity, take Sam'g advice .and call 793-5025. Cbjj bred to Pony stallion 1135. Nehl Bottling Co. and Gulf Ou clearing ground. No other rent Fattest growing couaetu eoea-

I II hurry en down. The world's biggest city: showed Registered Pinto gelding used Station or at Brown's Corner. neceawary. Also. 1 bushels rye pany in UB.! will finance to

a population of 10.877.317 on Oct.I for roping cutting parades. 435 Shelby St, Uve Oak. seed for sale. Phone 3(3-3263 Suwannee and surrounding

t for an Increase of 12.3 per cent Has won ribbons trail riding padj JO eaJJ 30 counties, ambitious person with

V -=i in five year., the MetropolitanTokyo and barrel racing. About NX orpNuti sal ability Company

government announced.ProFiles. Ibs.. Ideal family horse $200. For Sale-Real Estate CARPET AND RUG CLEANING opening third regional office
A Thought For Today Quarter horse Thoroughbred ,I Pre Christmas specUL Our and Distributors' Academy In
mare sired by racing Imported trained mechanics and rugmo- Atlanta. Pint class begins

By BRODY C. HARRIS Thoroughbred. Bred to AQUA bile writ be to Live Oak until January 11. Complete trainingIn
. stallion and has filly by her WHY PAY RENT? Monday DH. 13. WaH-to-wtJJ make-up sales and
"He Is a fool who cannot be angry; but he is a wise man who
will not.' side by same stallion. '210. Will LET BOB WOLFE: DESIGN I carpets cleaned moth-proofed tion will be given. Expenses

The nh01 expression is a Ood-Olven gift that we can well be hold until Christmas. CaD 3622632. AND BUILD A HOME TO I and deodorised on your floor paid while attending Academy
grateful for. However moderation In speech and In actions Is so III I Pbeb 30 AD work guaranteed. For free For details write Lurttne Bush.m .
very important .ourselves and those aroound us. How often we BUTT TOUR FAMILY NEED9! estimate phone S43-19J7 N. Monroe. TaHahajafe.Fta. .

''/' hurt others unintentionally simply by being Indls- ltIAo '.AYEOI cf/oe FOR SALE: Ducatl motorcycle. AND FINANCES. Prompt serriee. pcb 30 wild 30-31
" creel In the use of our words
f' work together and, as a result, one feels that what 71JfefldSTRV1BI42L good condition. '13V W. O.Sanches. .

. Generally speaking, the tongue and the mind! tSAwP 220 Bemlnole St. Bob Wolfe Contractor
',{ comes from the mouth also comes from the mind 6 MENEEt Phone 362-2551. pall 30 ,
I Bo let's try controlling our anger and not hurt ourselves Pboo 3424253 TRY IT! ALL NEW MF 165
and others. Differences can easily be adjusted
FOR SALE: 1 Coldspot refrigerator. ,
by moderate thinking
",. It Is truly said a man can be measured by the 1 Kenmore electric range cbjj U Th 4-plow all-job tractor of the rugged Maaey.
t Kenmore automatle washer.
slue of the things that make him angry.
'" Refusing to anger is not simply an assertion warranty still In effect on these Ferguson brad With Dew lD
of will power It takes more concentration items 7-ptece dinette set. 1 FOR SALE Three bedreoea.1H Advanced Ferguson System sWrt-on-Uievfa

_?__:.__ on a better thing, concentration a higher mo- living room suit*. 1 double bed. bath home. Westwood Sub MolU-Power trmmminloa loxnriotu
Uve therein lies the wisdom in cool even temperament ComeIn Can 363-3654 before I pm. division. Phone 342-2304. .0 op rmtlBt
and talk with 8UWANNEK FUNERAL HOME, 625 South Ohio After I call 716-lilt. Pbjj 39-30 ease and comfort. foel-sTta power la the M

0\. Are. Live- Oak. Phone 363-1214.- i; pelt 30 HP claM casollat or di...L Phono for a dtm*


I Funeral Director LOTS FOR SALE

OOOD'EIU .. Priced $5U
suwAN FUNERAL HOME Leo NOMElLl I, For Sl*>-AutomotlT* OUTS CITY but close to) BROS. .sl.:

l "\ue 49\SS T PAUL A. BTRD. Realtor
TRUCK FOR SALE: 1950 Ford' tot & Onto A**. .. .
625 S. Ohio Arena TACKLE, N VS'::. SAW
I LIVE OAK. FLORIDA AGMMa 4>K oTEL 1/2 ton pickup. 4-speed transmission Lire Oak Florida TRACTOR CO.
good running condition.
Phone 3C3-U8
uJnlr .tilt RAveD rotouU
Can 3-337I after ':30 etf 215 W. nH ST. 362Z3S1I
PHONE 362.1234 OrMWN SOW M 1946
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