Suwannee Democrat

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Suwannee Democrat
Place of Publication:
Live Oak Fla
J.E. Pound
Creation Date:
December 16, 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.
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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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: LIVE nAw, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1965 Un... ... ..-. __
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Plans For Regional Library I t Miss NFJC For 1966 f

... Board

Addition Receive Approval .: J"V" ."':/,>,',,. Upholds 6 Mills

Bid Called For r' } '

Plans were approved for a modern two-story add!* '. a Ii City Council Sets KM Invited To See Appoints 2 To

tion to the Suwannee River Regional Library last Tues ,. ; .. Santa Clans New
day which will increase the ice of the library building v Zone Board Terms Friday PositionsSix

ahout__ __ _four_ __ times nn___ thll_n_! ....we.ewe._ ___n. _Ab'L__. ,, Santa Clan will b* here Fri mills
will be the chool
The Board of County Commissioner day.
approved plan presentedby '. .1,) Opens BidsThe Kids In Rawannoe County anan tax district levy resulting
\THINKING( \ Architect Clyde B. Harris of !it Invited t. lilt with Santa from last Tuesday' millage
Jacksonville, caning for a two- : Uve Oak City Council at the Recreation Center anDaval election it was decided by

OUT LOUD! story glass and brick addition to .,r.y pawed a resolution Tuesday Street, where they ran the Board of Public Instruction -
adjoin the present building facing' '.., ... night to let up staggered tell him their ChrlnUnaa wishes at a special meeting

With Lrai C. WacawerthBusy Court Street on the northern side : .. .... \: ..:,... three-year terms for the City and reeelve frail, randy, and last Thursday night
aaft drinks.
of the court house. "t.. Board
Zoning Commission Attorney Alfred T Alrth
year. Bids on the building will be opened ',14 tive The Sawannee County Junior advised the board members that
Moat buaincM men here 'agree, January 15 according to I 1. City Clerk Chamber ef Commerce la ai.MIng any ballot which clearly Indicated
that INS ha* been a busy year County Engineer Matthew P. Harvey Perry laid that three the geneniM gentleman the desired mlllag should be
Cross. of the nine member would from III U lilt pm.. along
and that the economy of the community counted which would mate valid
U on the upgrade. Prediction A total of $76.687 .U budgeted w be appointed to one year with Recreation Center 011.... two ballot for three mill. and one
are that'rtorlda U deaf l\ii for the building. The county will ,. term, three for two yean tor Ray Ralllvan. Parent are ballot each for IS and 20 mill.
to enjoy the greatest year In hi- pay 1)4.600 The remaining 142.- and three for three yean. Invited U bring their children Counting all ballot. 441 per
tory In 1966 and that the section 167 was granted by the U. 8. Department A* the one and two year terms to the affair Christmas sons voted for six mills or more
of the state In which Su.anneeCount1 of Health; Education F expire, their successor will be a. while 441 voted for five or less
and Live Oak are located and Welfare' Office of Education appointed for three year Perry School Trustees recommended
will begin a growth more In keep aid that the setup would allow a Area Break-Ins ten mill, the maximum levy
hug with the rapid advance of Mill ElUabeth Ball director of Zoning Commission member to which can b* set by voters, and
Florida. the library worked thru the FlorIda > succeed himself the amount which had been
State Library to obtain the e Zoning Chairman Louie C. Continue With pawed In Suwanneo County every
Thus prospects for a bright funds. Cross said. Wadsworth apPf'.rtciMotor.. the year since 1087 according to
futwre here appears In the otftnt The structure will feature I I Council last month and asked Kent's StoreTwo School Superintendent Henry
What remain to be done I 11 to to reading rooms for adult, children that term for the member be FolnomTh .
d about planning that will directthu and young people. browsing room. j specified school board called for ten
growth Into patterns In keeping bookmobile room. two-lnel1obb1. The Council also determined break-Ina this past weekend mill{ In Its budget request which
with the desires and ambltiona director' office, and staff lounge. hqy Coktr Chevrolet and Oldsmobile added to a aeries of breakingand was passed In September, Six.
of those who live here and S. Co. to be low bidder on two police entering oases In the Live mill. will b* added a* a result of
elected to rear famUlta In the Military Roll Set j' car for Live Oak. Allowing for Oak and Lake City are*. the mlllag election giving the
land made famous by S"pheDl'oeWr. one tnde-tn, the net cost of the A sat and content valued al board a total) of It mill on which
StittiriLrvIattl two four-door sedan will be |1,. about 1700 wen taken from to operate school the IMS-64
That positive thinking at all levels TIM aaaiial- Military BU. >>'.IX for both care. Kent's lOA Food Store No. I Ssl. year.

of governmental business and bore each year by rbeU By Des BUIner) Bid were also opened for about urday night, according to Sheriff t Also at the Thursday night
cine endeavor U a must most will .the Ft ef Live Oak FterUa 134.000 worth of water and sewer Duke MrCatltster, Entrance to meeting the school board mad
agree. Thee main problem In this Amy NUenl Guard, will be Live Oak pipe and equipment. The U bids the building was apparently gained personnel' chance t* implement
area of endeavor' U to convince bU at Ua National Guard Beauty Sheila McDanicl away, and the Bulldog played by force thru the back door, the ug of a IIK.OOO federal

drive or bribe more of our elt.1WnlII Armory eti the Newbera BeadbegtantBg lesple. Jacksonville engineer, for ha said. grant announced .last week The
o active participation of the at It .... ftalartay Named Miss NFJC' At Madison a recommendation. Sunday night Palm Telephon grant wa mad for improvementof
many project or campaign designed leak r Company wa entered by force library program and teaching

to enhance living In thiscommunity. Mal win be provided by aW.T.NovsonftDay Miss Sheila UcDanltU a blond.hUIII1tc1 this year were selected on the thru an office door on the ear t material. under the federal HementirySecondary : .
s.a.e.vw..eebe.lrs. I Giaunrcy IldeaaCII' side of the building. The entrance
sophomore from Use ,I bail. of poise personality talent Education: l
y Leader Jp seems to come and i Oak U the SKI "Ula NFJC" and appearance In bathing suit On $5O)(M() Hand' to war the reported Monday, according Act
go and for a few yean we seem She was crowned by IMS Queen land evening gown. The eonteit Marvin W, Sheriff but no KM occurred. Let Robert, former Diversified\
Chauncey charged
to have hovered more on the go Mrs. Steve Wvuwnborn, the form. ant wen jested for poise the CootvratnN. Tr.lnln eoordlnatOl'
on with second
side, which has resulted In Inactivity er WUma Jean Dicta of Oreen- bail of their answer to degree murder In the Nee.lUII"r .Id that the enure at Buwtnnee High Behcol. wa*
an unn pistol
at a time an accelerated Schedules YUle at a paten on the North hearsed question slaying of a Georgia man safe wa missing from Kent'i appointed coordinator of federal
Paul Martin m Live Oak
program la needed.4 Sunday Florida" Junior College campus In Mia MrDanUI Ia I the daughter ber Novem store near Suwanne High program In Buwanne* County,
23 was released from
'That' .aaacl mtn .anil women Madison last Thursday custody School. He added that several Bam Warren
evanlng.Mis I of Mr, and Mra. Leroy MeDanlt.1) Saturday after former supervising
here have been busy with private At Union Church McDanJal did a tau dense of Live Oak.i I bond.. posting "..000I safe had been stolen from. store principal of Clayland and Well-
and DenGDaI ftftalrs I 11 admitted In a gold ooatum M "OoMflngw" In ta ONt M -.., ....*a.Sey.rai born simseest, war

but If this community U to move Sunday to W T, Newsotne Appreciation for her talent. Sponsored by Phi weeks ago, Ratllff MoI named reading ltnklaa for the f
forward some ef our busiest' and Day at Union Baptist Theta Kappa NPJC campus honorary One Stole 'Car tor Company war entered. by county

but guallfled cltiaen will have to Church near O'Brien honoring a ), she plana to continue her r force but no money. war taken. Both men fill Job Balled for tn
respond to this need for more man who recently retired from education at the University of 4 the grant application grant, and
aggreaelvt leadership and fuller the ministry after 10 yean active Florida when she will major In Escapees Tracked Down Within an paid with federal fund

participation to civic affair service taught school many yean ma thematic*. Suwannee ,FourthIn Robert will be In charge af

In Suwannee County and wa anpertntendent Jud*** for the pageant' were (Hours After Road) securing end dintrlbutlntr taw CM*
At the ....-n& a few dedicated of public Instruction Mrs. Kristin Bkagfteld and Elmer Leaving Camp terUI called for In th* pans
hard-working men and women an for II year Sheffield both of Tanahaaare, November Sales Supl. FoUom bid
earrrtnf ft* load of ctvM "work Rev Charteo D. Fwuraker, pastor and Dale Malar representing Senator Four young white men who escaped from the *Ut. Warren win be In charge of a
despite S aettwtaaty apathy on the of Union Baptist Church said Scott Kelly of Lakeland.Enweetnc road ramp In Uve Oak on U.S. 90 west Monday afternoon I Tax Increase I reading thou rallabl I* .lu
part of the majority of resident* that Rev, W. Carlton Owen, pastor the program were Ron were all apprehended by about 8:30: p.m. Monday dents who nave reading pnbicsM.
here. of Rlverriew. Baptist ChurchIn aid Marquette of Jacksonville and I n.M. Tea collection In their Mhool work.

Jacksonville win be guest Patsy KeUey of Madlaon. Chi i i Orvllla I lane, 20. Robe Henry, 21, Clarence IJndsaid. County continued lot in show Suwanne com* T. J. Oelcer' farmer asvisUM.
How la alert and awake this speaker at the morning amice. Delta Tau and Entn Ami**. srr sty n. and Robert ....Iw\. 91. i menial progns this principal at Wellborn will aetic
community to its responalbUlty of Dr. C J. Daniel, noted Southern vie organlsaUona for men and slipped from S frame building at[: j La- wa taught first, north November sale' tai figure month hoe a* the prtnetpal'a job a* well a* con
dUanuhlp I* a matter of major Baptist evangeUat. will speak at a women reepectlvtly on the amp. the camp by apparently ripping I of the NsUnnsl Guard Armory that this area was fourth-highest tinue leaching
concern to this newspaper for we special service In honor of W. T on sponsored the pajrant.Former out s loom board about 2:51: P about 4 ,at. Henry and Llndseywen In Florida In isles" tea Increase Mn 1. T, Carter WM name*)
have had and plan to continue to Newaome at 2:41: p.. at the "Mias NFJC" wtan, : according t* Sheriff Duke m"j/ picked up together In aouth- over IN4 principal al Clajrland She ale.
have a part In the growth and church Include Evan Wadsworth of Lire niter weal Llv Oak about 1:10; pm. On late eoll ct* development of this county.Wt Rev. Fouraker said thai both Oak chosen In 141. Lane. Henry, and Undtey wen The other man. Mulset, serving bet for October rtes. ronllra teaching according to
would welcome letters to Dr. Daniel and Her. Owen were. The "MUe. NFJC- pageant follow caught with the use of dogs time on an armed robbery charge. County showed Suwanne Rips Potoeali .
the editor on what should be done taped Into their work under theM the general plan of the 'Missi I' in two hour, not more .lth.1 I said h* stole a car behind the Increase a per ems brte' job a* vcr oordlM4ar ,
.nd..... specifically bow it <* NKWgOMT, rag I) America contest. Winner '01'I Ii :md* from the camp McCalUrtvf American Let Ion building" and Urtkma. over behind November colt Iou IM4 col ha not yet been fUMNl ,

should be done for the more i drove thru WhIte Spring to .1.1t Florida eountle The- stalekl other -
thought given the matter the better point put of Like City. lie .bln.
t f, Increas was shout T
the solution should be, doned the auto on U, B M near per cent. Democrat To Clou
For Grant Collections .her for tn. 1Jt'm l
Application Pending the Baker County line. I I wen 14044 14, compared WIll her holiday
A* we approach the ChrtaUna JMularf wa tracked with do.. U 1.711' II In November 144Gaaolln The ........ wes.etag wag
season U to hoped the community from th* point at which he len slw f. .
lag collection alMIncnaMd r a C-brMiM. h....
win paw. before the first of the I the tar, Sheriff! McCalliater said above the stets figure' "'........,. be..r.h.t
al I
new year and take steps to make To Plan EconOll1ic Programs that h* walked back to the high County ga .11... Us coltecUotw p m. sad .11I ,...,. sisesd .._
iu best
Uw net mt In dntoI- --- way and gave hUnnetf up to the .. If' 14s.4I .
and O were .IU II. a I I. per cent .Increase ih..enb1 Ifr .4TWlMga.rfi44ybttse4.Mary
patent Florida Highway Patrol about ever th h/IIIN moiled 1ace
Aa appticoUon' I* pending .n. i WaahJngton.I >I and equipment at White Sprinc 5:3.: ed In November IN4. The menu
week from Sunday I wffl the C. 8. Office of KoMornl OpportunNy I j Suwannee County applied ..,., I for the staff which account for : All the men wars charged with for all Florida wa about 4 p.**f al Ikl awc.-r h* order Ibal

be retired at my request from the for an I**.*** programplanning stately for two gnats in May t 1 1 the fund that this area will bite escape. Undaey had been eon cent on gMutln<< Use ......... ay ...... Uo. limo
Florida Army National Guard alter IMt. sew for a program planning to provide I vtcted of armed I
te hire and equip I robbery; Henry, The** figures were reported by with ,..... sad bland..
more than 40 yean septa asan gnat study for the county and one for Howard Thomas of OUrim If breaking and and
entertnf, Lane i J. M mraughn, director 0' the PaSll.b.l..**. 43. Wad..
enlisted man and officer In a ataff which wilt reeommend and a paths health aervtcwe pro left. secretary of the EeonMnlc Council I I forgery, Florltla earth I.
I lievenueCommltilonm Cba".IMIon.I saossehq Ibe ......
the armed brae of Uu ....UGG.I coordinate Community ActteeiPrtgram 1 Fred DvTane. awi ant oouniy and Matthew Jackson. .al* shed that *...*...* of th.M ..
approach this: milestone with lor a four-county are I agent, said that ow official of Buwannr County, .. a memberof I ...aav .......*. of lb.neweeNee .
Mwd omottsn for the SwwanneeDesMrrat Including Suwanne County then advtavd that this county the etecutive oonunttte At I Open Homeilsihiri aettlelpat
and the national Guard should tuna* with other lathe Other SuwannM County tnfaf I .... sad. ... 4r
Howard Snot Rural Area L..t ...n ..a-s, lade yeah eM
have been my major Interest Development apecUttrt of lire save eo taprove chant of beet of the body Include Rev, '''l 'T1 } N ssrwn dst ..., ..... .* |b*''
tine early manhood. Oak said that the application, approval for the projects. Former Carter', Mn. Robert I ....... ....
Both nave brought rash:! aattofactton war mad by the Buwanne River!',' DrVan wed that the health,.... Hrnry Folsom MnRoamna Meal w.ea.W ....... of Ib*. li
thru the yean and I wO crviCM proleci to UO krtng Oranvffie, Fred '. ..
Economic Conned ire a 'L I f>' *ra4 w. carry it*c1114'
aim my Owed aaaociaUoB How- I planned, now ta conjunction with Haaa, Norman Frotaman. Lash ) '
over, tt Is net the fun now It was brr body representing SUWMMMW Hamilton. sod Lafayette OownUe t. B Robmon. and Maurice ...- .
Cohjmbia. HsmlTtan. Wsyewand ,
b few yean see and there an Columbia CewnUre. Ten S.- and wwuld be applied for after fVld. Loses McDonald. Vincent ?."W1"I. I
raongcr men who abeaM be gtveaa \ th preamt application for a
County members of th. Jonee. and Jam. Wilma an al 1 ..
e-pcwrtvmtty .o pen wo.So wamee planairw grant to acted on ternatea.Trrry. ,
selected Urn W. .....,.
Economic: Council were
I ahaa lay ..... Moat aerrflua Included to the protect, anparttlaa ICcD..... of Lake City Upresident. .
fray the local Rural Area Development
aotdtar ta the afternoon avrvlce of a dentist Mr*. ClMsn SaonoVnf j
of January II with few regret Council. and. hili.... health side.. a Whit Sprtnga to vie preildwt fJ&1 Wu sao&From
South laW that the appttt- baalta of flow. .... hearth sdo- and Jack Tact... of Mayo to '/
tat .r West. to add that m, Urn can for a grant *f aboutMSjiM slat a pubBc health aura and treasurer. Clffirtf Tits !

II Ui imam teas the National to thence a dimtar, s**< dental ........L This oppaea trios On of the four fWd men < tM j *>. Oak .***hM'1,54, /_

ite TKsnaxa. rag it) I. rrtary, part-ilaM clerk, four. fwMmen "win.1, b* mode. tbra the Kean ..* for ta the appUcatlon' via b* a*. i free ..,.** ..... ? .....g... rt(
and *U aide for oa year Clearings whether or net the eddy signed .. Svwanne County, Su- I Meta Rea M.nlsl dlreelar tit IN
'1965 Turkey Trawer They wO be employed to work 1 trairt t* atvrwved DrTan* aatd.'I warm** and. Cohmbta. Countr Mule ........ ipwia g. apea
with otlier organisation to plaapruajaai Tb ...*.. arrvte project la a would ben lee *..... aptoet, with rte rnwrtod IbM ,KlIli1/.
DesJ EstmcW to the fw county area tyiesdrr.. .,.".. ..e. ant .aptee for lUfUton and L*. was ,....... Shot mo.... jgns)
The 4wfltoa tar ....... III the .,tmder O* rrmnnmk Cpportaatty vy.. for TK1 n of the foyett --- --- tttr tleare. Maas M 1MW. en4
tm Tartey Taeranlirt. H b*. Act *4 144.Tb Opvertantty Art.Laoal ComaaiiBKjr Attics Program comely (- Laa*** IU...,. ...*#* B. *Ve*.*..Mt sad .1.JU..D. ... ........ *
tt* aitmdiit toDiiembir IT lee appkcaUM wa mad ka ounHec or IIC Uon* **- wen afiorated KM mOtoa by HWvIa Reese ware al la* Opus ....* .*....., U peel vWUr *+* +

One vb bees ..4 bad) Urn I* Acgaat ., thta lest' *aU> a.dUM prjriBg far rtady graaM mail pay c.ncrIII 1M... They an wa- I* tk* c*.r( be M **ea. wftaj raJMIjet* ffhala> Tby *,. *.... ....._ w
lder ease.M.Tetsy be dote .* know when .*> W par ass of UM ...... aeaeettagto JIM te rAerBatorUl eels wMoto ***... J* tfc* ttew Wg. s"nasa>i l.Hr r* ese. aa Ib* path w4a. W ZZF4 1 li'U
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melted De .r w thsa ass bur cteand the mtoeul soot t* AtKM *r kind and the EMSMBU the OTQ. of tneioaalc laf4hr aS 4b* .... _d Use alepewbr
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.1 EDITORIAL ))1 FLORIDA'S It Happened In '


Farm Suwannec County, Florida \

Express Your Opinion FrontBy 1915-1940-1955

One of the bases on which this American from our readers on issues in Suwannee

democracy was established is that County particularly and we will print s Doyle E.
.CeaaerFlorida ; "
of freedom of speech, the right to expressone's those that we receive with the following i b Taken From The Files Of ti
without fear of retribution.In .
opinion limitations : ((1)) No libelous or obscene farms, concerned over THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT ......
the same vein is the constitutionally whether 100 cent property ... I
per ..
language will be printed. ((2)) Letters must I I
guaranteed right of freedom of the taxes
press valuations might drive their
about which this newspaper has periodically be signed but the writer's name will be unfairly upward. should watch 1915 just recently acquired an additional of football In their competition
withheld on request. ((3)) Letters are 226 Park, this past season It was
commented in its editorial columns. closely the progress of a new acres at Dowllng learned
Both individuals and organs of public subject to editing if needed to conform to farmland taxation system Instituted The Woodmen of the World adjoining the 120 acres It already this week that at the end of the
communication length requirements etc. In California. held an Important meeting Tuesday held title for. 12th week of the school term Su-
reserve the right to express \ under the direction of
their thoughts on issues of commun- Letters do NOT have to conform to the That state has enacted, a law District Manager J. T. Byrd and wannee High School's gridderi
will the establishment Florida Engineering and Construction compiled a scholastic average of
editorial policy of the Democrat. Priority which encourage
ity, state and national interest current District Deputy L. W, Cross Election
of "agricultural preserves" Company of Jacksonville 82 per cent. The 40 squad members
fahions in clothing, what tyre of food is will be given those expressions of opinion of officers for the ensuing -
to assure that. affected was awarded the contract fora received 14 A's, 18 B's. and
best or practically any subject not in the which concern issues of local impact, land will be assessed on the bails year resulted as follows: J. W new school building In Live 48 Cs.C. '

realm of libel or slander i.e., that whichis These policies are published in the hope of its agricultural rather than OWara. council commander; O Oak Tuesday morning by the

unduly damaging to another individual.The that readers will give thought to the prob- speculative value. F. McDanlel It. commander: H. Board of Public Instruction. They W, Clayton was Installed si
printing of letters to the editor is lems and virtues of the community, and It's an Interesting Idea: M. Meeks, banker; C. M. Futch.Croft will begin work In January The high priest of the Live Oak Chapter .

a newspaper custom to which the Democrat that their letters will stimulate interest in California farmers located on : escort; O. Lord watchman clerk; W. R. bid was 143.80045 for the construction No. 25. Royal Arch Masons,
subscribes. We solicit letters of comment civic activity. good producing land can enter sentry; A J. Skipper and, Dr.; T. S. and C, C. Hartwell Co. last week and Robert R. Brown
Into a contract with. county 'I Dorman manager; of New Orleans got the contractfor was elevated to the position of
boards of supervisors.. to Keep Anderson, camp physician. After plumbing and heating on a worshipful master. Also elected

,/'lLL About such land in farm production fora adjournment refreshments and bid of $8,700. were D. W Henry king: W, J
L- reasonable length of time in the cigars were served U. Walker scribe; B. W. Helvenston

V ThisAnd future. Within city limits the treasurer; and A. H. Grant sec
contracts will be between the Sheriff Lyle went to Hildreth 19.10to retary.B. .
I farmers and city councils.By Monday where he arrested Sam Circuit Judge Hal W Adams

w jf such an arrangement coun- Crawford Fred Scott and Oeorge hearing the election contest over E. Black Suwannee High
ter ty tax assessors will be authorizedto Williams on charges of petit larceny the county judge race Monday, Band director announced Chit
--I That assess the land based on farm i The men pled guilty In overruled a demurrer and a motion week that he has registered everyone .
values rather than on urbanizedor I Judge Conner's court Tuesday to filed by counsel for defendant In the band to attend the
speculative values. In this way taking articles of clothing from J. M. Hearn. Judge Adams DeFunlak Springs Music Festival
Constitutional Revision Vital Speed And Common Sense good land will not be taxed out j the home of J. N. Newsome of Indicated that he will hear the In ApriL -

TOO LONG Floridians have lived under an antiquated It Is time state officials In many areas of the, of farming before urbanized development 1 Hildreth. They are now workingon evidence presented by incumbent as)

grossly Inadequate and poorly patched country take a realistic view toward speed limits I requires it or before < the National-Dixie Highway County Judge Mack Padgett that
the farmer is ready to discontinue several write-In votes are not 1955
Constitution of 1885 vintage on our super highways In many areas limits. of
his production. Quite ,a number of people are eligible to be counted. With fifteen .
60 a ton bite of limestone
And too long Floridians have labored under or even 08,.are still In effect.
committed under have
Farmland said to suggested that .for a starter, the heavy ma.
equally Inadequate restrictive and loosely drawn The average driver is behind the wheel of a contract becomes an "agricultural Charles H. Brown president of Suwannee County Jaycees chlnery of the Live Oak Stone

provisions to revise this Important state document. car built to travel as much as 100 or 120 miles an preserve", The farmer agrees to i the Tampa and Oulf Coast Rail- since their Inception three years ; Company started operations during

Moreover, constitutional revision foremost hour. Yet nowhere Is he allowed to drive! at forego the development of his road, and for years one of the ago as a leader In the work that the latter part of last week,
among the more progressive avenues leading to such speeds. Even on a super highway at an hour land for nonagricultural uses fora largest lumber and naval stores has made junior trade organization grinding out limestone from the

'streamlined state government Is Imperative If when there Is practically no traffic, he Is supposed 10-year period. dealers the state make the race a powerful Influence in the quarry JuH north of town. Precedent
The 10-year contracts are renewable for the Florida\ Senate In the coming state and nation are looking for of the
we are to keep our fundamental operating policies to keep his speed to sixty new company Is R. B.
annually.. With nonre- election. ward to a visit from Mark Matthews Shepard of Raleigh N. C.. and
ln step with modern times. There must eventually be some way for common out
( contract will
newal a president of the U 8
Is Daniel
manager Blakeof
The present Constitution, written 80 years ago sense to enter the picture. Obviously, on a
during Its remaining term. After an Illness of a year Mrs Junior Chamber of Commerce on Tennessee. It is expected that
Is a patchwork quilt which has been amended 130 crowded highway or in bad weather sixty might Dr. E. W. Braun one of the T. S. Baisden succumbed Mon.Ny Saturday. Jan. 4. Matthews Informed 21 men will be permanently em-
times (four amendments In the Nov. 2 election), be too fast and the law expects the driver to law's authors and an economic afternoon. She was a native of Sherwood Harvard local ployd at the new facility with a

Some of Its sections have been mlsnumbered over use good judgment In such a case Cannot the adviser with the California Department Suwannee County born here 55 president that he would be able payroll to reach $2.000 per week.

the years, its style is Inconsistent and It even con. law also allow the driver to use his judgment in of Agriculture explains years ago to visit for a. luncheon and meetIng .-
tains misspelled words and duplications. excellent weather? benefits of the statute: here. Suwannee County 4-H dub
will urban development The Advent Christian "
"It Church
The principles of sound democratic government Excessive speed is a cause of many accidents encourage I members were "honored at their
to take place on Home for the aged and orphaned While ,
turning In a good brand annual
but achievement day banquet
are embedded In the existing constitutional on modern super highways safe automobiles suited to
land not particularly
framework but the hodgepodge of wordy specifics In the hands of good drivers, are not necessarilya agricultural purposes First last Friday night at whlcn awards
were presented tee)
have virtually destroyed Its fundamental val danger at speeds In excess of sixty under certain class farmland is very limitedIn OVER LOADED of
county and state project contests
ue. conditions. A flexible way must be found to take California; It needs to be W M. Flfield. provost for agriculture -
Certainly this document authored in the 19th this fact Into account. conserved for agricultural use. at the University of Flor

century cannot fit today's standards. Otherwise, It is senseless to build cars, and If we waste our good land unnecessarily ida. gave the main address on opportunities .-

THE STATE, through the new Constitutional sell them to the public, capable of going 100 m.p.h. future generationswill In agriculture.
did not exercise
realize we
Revision Committee, now has an excellent oppor- In most countries of the world there Is no final
wisdom and sound Judgment.
tunity to prepare a more fundamental Constltu- limit on speed on all highways under all conditions Like Florida California not Santa Claus will be here Fridayto

boon a document written in simple, easy-to- One would hope more flexibility and common only produces a great variety of greet children of Suwannee

understand language; a ,basic formula applicable., sense might eventually be employed In setting crops for the dinner tables tilthhi County and find wit what they
want for Chdrlspw
to the democratic process without the clutter and, ,rigid limits, above 'which the lurking patrol that state but has an even -
confusion of specific policies which'Ihould be officer sets off after his victim larger volume marketing nationwide
Mrs. Fred Haas was named the
handled through legislative authority or more -Lake Wales News and world-wide. winner of the Suwannee Democrat's
home rule for county and local government Despite the entertainment and 25th annual Turkey Teaser
Industries of California and
Constitutional revision, of course, has been space contest this week She will receive

one of the pilme objectives of Oov, Haydon Burns- Remember ..:- You Foot The Hill the Florida tourist each and space state enjoy Industriesof an I a $25 savings bond for entering -

*',like other' before him. As a result, a cross sectionof When you read that the "Federal Government" economy largely dependent upon r Y a winner among* a record

legislators, lawyers, judges and laymen are being has provided several billions of dollars for this or agriculture for stability.I er number of entries
selected! for the 37-member committee which will
that project Just remember that the
money so expended The Elks Lodge will sponsor a
spend two years drafting a proposed Constitutionand comes out of your pocket as a taxpayer have stated a number of times movie at the Abmar Theatre next

rubmit the result to the 1967 legislature The "Government" Is just an agent of the pro- publicly that tax assessments of Tuesday morning, with, any child
And the committee faces tremendous challenge pie and all those enormous spending programs farm ranch and grove land entering for the pried of one discarded

; yet It is composed of many tasted veterans of passed this year will have to be paid for out of should neither be so high as to toy which win be repair

previous constitutional revision fights men like taxes which means It comes out of your pocketin drive agriculture from the land, v ed by the lodge and distributed to
,Jacksonville Sen. John E. Mathews, Miami Sen. one form or another nor so low that the land does not .f4 1 ;r' 't! .. a needy child.
: fair share of the taxes _
Oeorgle L Hollahan carry Its -
Jr., Starke Sen. Charley E.
You may not be In favor of some of these costly
Among measures proposed
.Johns Leon County Circuit ."' Cotton fanners In Suwannee
Court Judge Hugh programs, such aa Medicare, the poverty program assure an equitable tax climate ry:2 : $ County joined the nation Tuesday
.Taylor and others of proven ability They along aid to education, etc. but you and aU the for our farmers Is a program of In an overwhelming vote of
with Pensacola Sen. Reuben Askew and Oracevllle other taxpayers will have to pay for them. careful county toning which ,approval for cotton acreage controls -
Sen. Robert. Williams should work toward a cohesive Social security taxes will be substantially Increased would give urban areas room to I In the 1154 program.
document Constitution expand. Industry places to build
a tersely written on January lit which means that more -
.but broad In Its fundamental structure. money will be withheld from the salary of the employee and the farmer places to produce
IN THE food without encroachment from .
PAST difficulties In
arose the draftIng
and an additional amount also paid by the
of ft workable document because each revised employer either
Such of course, would
a system
article would be voted on Independently with no assurance So when you read of "The Government" supplying mean that after a tract of land

.i. the entire program would be adopted. Asa the money for this or that project, remem were toned for farming use, It I SHOULD

result, efforts down through the years proved ber It is the taxpayer who 1s actually .footing the would be confined to that use; <

futile.The bill.This may result In all of us taking a more It could not be sold or used for WAY
old 1885 Constitution provided for constitutional active part In government by letting our duly elected other purposes without going
: conventions composed of members equivalent through the process of rrsonlng
representatives know feelings -
our about these This would tend not only to SANTA ?
to the number of county representatives. But
programs enough farmland for the EMere
it did not require the finished product to be submitted preserve
When It comes to government spending "there needs of the present future but
to the legislature or the people for ratification
just ain't no Santa Claus would remove farmland from the
Hence no convention has been held as the .-The Auburndale Star realm of land speculation.The .
legislature would not trust such ft delicate job to a "-advantage would be to

group over which It had no control.U When you take your tree down after the protect the bona fide grower from

we ever .hope to have a modern draft It Christmas season, discard it outside, and remember greatly fluctuating tax assessments -
must go directly from the legislature and rates.
to the people to treat It as a fire hasard until it Is removed.
for approval or rejection, not peacemeal patch Whether this can be achieved
i work u In the past. Artlcle-by-artlcle revision under present laws Is uncertain.
The Florida Supreme Court hat
I ficult.provided In recent years Is cumbersome* and dif The Suwannec DemocratOF upheld the Oreen Belt Law a*

constitutional several times However -
YET PROVISIONS have been made whereby LIVE OAK, FLORIDA there has been some Increasing .

the 1987' legislature can select either the articlebyarticle ."'" In. II..,., of ,A. Summits Riser FsJIy" concern over' the fact
procedure or submit to the voters atotally that county officials may still i finer more lasting gift to your family than
revised Constitution. We prefer a sharply BANNER: Consolidated LEADER have too much discretion in determining a

I revised document; FloridIaN should not be required Established 1884 August 2. lilt Established 1888 what II to be classified 'home'oE your own Begin saving the downpaymentnow
Ito continue 'patching" their Constitution with r.blhh.J Ewy Thareday at Fine .. Cs aa.r gtreet .. farm lands.

I, specifics pertinent only to designated counties or Louie C. Wadsworth .................. Publisher As a of result Agriculture's the Florida Advisory Department perhaps next Christmas (with a low-cost MortgageLoan

voting statewide for measures that could and T. A. Leonard, Jr. ............................ Editor Council and the Agricultural Tax from the Commercial]
should be handled more efficiently through the Clara S. Wadsworth .....". Associate Editor Council are working together to ) you will celebrate Christmasin

JpgUlatlve. process. Walter Lee Olive .... Advertising Manager determine If the Green Belt Law home.
The Constitution, should be reorganized, re George T. (Pete) Wright.... Shop Foreman and companion laws should be your very own
'written and modernised a document patterned strengthened.
Second Class Postage Paid At Lire Oak Florida The California departure from
framework of
on our precious national Con
stitution. SUBSCRIPTION Sinranata County 14.04 the Florida farm sorting concept
RATES Outside Buwwsn Count should bear close watching, and
We are sure the revision committee Is capableof tin sure the two councils mentioned \
.such a finished productPensacola ALL BUOaCRIPTIONa -. Payable to Advance above will be among other

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Junior Deputies Missionary Use Live Boughs

Hear About Alcohol At Philadelphia asses
..' Letters ToSANTAM Suwannee County Junior Depu- Rev. Dutton Bonnell, missionary For' Decorations Y A
ties heard a program on "Under-
to Zambia, will be guest
{ = standing", a' State Beverage De- speaker at the Philadelphia Live boughs and branches used T
partment campaign against con Baptist Church !Sunday at the tor Christmas decorations shouldbe mlscent:
r sumption of 'alcohol b* minors, at morning service at 11 ajm. arranged in water If at all pos-
their Christmas Banquet Wednes Rev. Bonnell, former residentof sible. Feat
day night, Dec. 8, at the Elks Live Oak, will show slides of This keeps them fresh and reduces -- spa)

a .. '0 '- ; Lodge. work In the evening during the Ire hazard, according to P. ''fiI:' &I; Apr
Jack Oarrett of Live Oak. district W Fraser associate: forester with -
services which begins at 1 p.m. panT
Dear Santa, Dear Santa, .
supervisor of the Beverage \
the state's Agricultural Experiment -
How are you. I want a bicycle We have tried to be good this Department, made the presentation according to Rev Jack L. Stewart Stations. sett

and a barbie and ken doll and a year. Our names are Sherile He also showed a film pastor The public Is urgedto If greens or trees can't be ,- ) the

blackboard too. .Wayne, and Carol Brannan. I am "Diary Of A Still", to the youngsters 'attend. placed In water and are used h cult
Your friend, Sherrie and I am eight years old. where there's was
a danger of fire tI
Kathy Meeks Please try and bring me a birth- Fireworks make them resistant to firs by .' gel.
stone ring, stretch pants, a black Illegal, coating them with one of the AWl

Dear Santa, \ wig, and a jewelry box. Carol Is 3 Local People Will Officials Warn chemical solutions available on niI
five and she would like a doll
Sheriff Duke McCalllster and the market.
old and I In
I am 7 years am Receive FSU Degrees
stroller and doll, a little stove, a
ented !
Will please bring Live Oak Police Chief Elwood One such solution recommended
the 2 grade. you Crews McNeill, Fran
tea set, and gloves. Wayne is SPY- Reginald
Howard announced this week the National '
by Safety Council ,
me a tea set and a doll that will i s
Can- rrr
and Jane
Buck Margaret
en and he would like a race car
and shut her eyes and that that they would strictly enforcethe Is to mix 9 ounces borax with sent
open set, bubble machine, non of Live Oak are among can
a gum guns
cryed: and a cowgirl suit. I have laws prohibiting sale and use 4 ounces boric acid in one gallonof gorgn
didates for at Florida
and a hat. Thank you for reading !
of fireworks. water. Add a quarter table-
been a good girl.all the other boys our letter and please bring the State University this Saturday They asked that citizens cooperate spoon:of "low sudsing deterlent- mil
Don't forget
McNeill will receive BS degree in
have much a
children who don't
with them to keep the which helps the solution penetrate pro:
and dads.I
and girls, moms .
business Mrs. Buck, BS in social
some toys. We will leave cake'and ;
Love You, illegal use of fireworks at a letter AW
coffee: for you. welfare; and Margaret Cannon a T
Debbie Butler minimum during the holiday sea- Apply by spraying It on the kr4
We love much. BS degree In education.
you very son. tree. Frazer recommends that It wasthe
Sherrie, Wayne, and Floyd T. Christian, state superintendent be saturated with the solution A-MOI! PLATE FOR VIET NAM' New armor plate to protect
Dear Santa, Carol Drannan of public Instruction and then let dry.Rosemary drlsers and psuengers from'lftlpere In Viet Nam U shown pot:
I am 9 years old and I am in P.S. Will leave the door unlocked will be the commencement speaker S. L Perry Honored In Detroit, it will be Installed on five-ton M-54 trucks 979
"' In ceremonies at 2 In Tul-
for Be sure and warm p m.
}he :3 grade. you. S. L. Perry of Live Oak was i hnivfi' IMM newl niter vehicles there uct.
Santa I have been a pretty good your hands by the heater ly Gymnasium.. one of 48 dealers who received ServicesRev. fin
boy this year. Please bring me a awards last month from Firestone W H. Gray announced dial
bridle and saddle for my new Dear Santa, Tire and Rubber Co. Perry was that Rosemary Baptist Church and
pony., I am a little girl S years old. Barbara Jean Davis! honored for 30 years association would hold services this Sunday, AI.L NEW! THE BIG MF 175 hue
Banta please don't forget all I would like to have some dishes, I' Selected Dorm with Sunday School at 10 ajn.
By with the mal
the boys and girls.I a table and chairs, and a skootrr! Miss Barbara Jean Davis and church services at 11. Big_biawny_brainy_4-5 plow strong! With

Love You, doll.I. I daughter of Dr. and Mrs Joseph Pressure Control a new feature added to the Advanced Wi
Your friend, love you very much. B. Davis of Live Oak, was selected Party (Renew Your Subscription) Ferguson System for Instant weight transfer ent.
Cheryl Morley
Jimmy Butler by students In Broward Hall at The Farmerettes Home Exten traction with pull-type implements .. new tloi
Florida State University to represent lion Club held a Christmas partyat foo<
Dear Banta For a good buy on ready Rapid Coupler for mounted tools new comfort
Dear Santa, their dormitory In the 'Miss the home of Mrs. I. J. Allen Coi
I am a little girl 3 years old. made drapes in several and convenience new in the 60 lIP
My name Is Prlscllla Sotolongo Tally Ho' contest In January. last Thursday Decorations were power JI
Would please bring me a doll
and I am nine years old. I wanta and a you stroller. Also some candyI The winner will be featured In up, refreshments were served and and colors. Also mobile class gasoline or diesel. See it, test drive it coatthe
watch and a doll named Hldy. the Tally Ho yearbook gifts, were exchanged among the horn'! oil heaters see I
been good
have a girl soon
A campus for Barbie. If I am real Debbie Morley members. tof
good from now till Christmas will Children's Hour Salvage: proto

you bring me some records? This Dear Santa, Children's Story Hour at the MUCH 'MORE i
fill Electric Motor Repair ALLBRITTON BROS.
remember to our
year please I am a little boy 1'/ years old. Suwannee River Regional Library
stockings. This year try to get to Motor Rebuilt, Rewound, WAYNE MORRELL I
I want a wagon and a truck for today (Thursday) at 3-30: p.m. .
our house early so that we can Christmas. will Include special Christmas or Exchanged Four Miles West Lake City TRACTOR CO.

get up real early. I love stories, says Mrs Rose Lee chil- Wooley Electric On rinemonnt Road
Your friend, you.Michael J II
rhone TSl-im I
Morley dren's librarian. Refreshment
Prlscllla Sotolongo will be served. r'fl. 'a0 F*.t Phim SM49! 215 W. 5TH ST. 382-2381 I

P.S. Olvs Rudolph a special yN.
pat for me. ,Jehovah's Witnesses

To Be At ConventionThe I
Dear Santa Claus, Live Oak congregation of
My name Is David Sotolongo Jehovah's Witnesses Is making
and I am five years old. My sister -
plans to attend a three-day convention -
Is writing this because I do In Valdosta, Oa., on Dec. AT
not know how. I want a talking 24-26.

monkey. I want a talking robot Howard Morgan, presiding min DALE&RADFORDCHOOSE
truck that carries animals -
and a 007 ister, encourages all members to M
a superman suit and army eJeo
attend the convention. con
suit. vention there Is "Increasing Our luM'
Your Pal, Praise to Jehovah," he said ...... n... n..
David ...
P.8.1 want a Rudolph balloon. .ty
Seaman IHlIii Baker

Dear Santa, Aboard Cutter PRACTICAL ..t.

I live on Irvin Street, my sister U8CO, I II I
Seaman Ellis C Baker
and I. Our names are Joanne GIFTS FOR THE HOME -
son of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Baker ,
and Diane Brown. Santa love
of Rout 8. Live Oak",Is serving
you very much. I wish you would aboard the Coast Guard Cutter
bring us some toys. We have been Chlncoteapue, homeportrd In FROM THESE FAMOUSNAMES ,4v\
good little girls for the hold Norfolk,.Va.
year. Santa will you please bilni The ship has been awarded
us a bicycle apiece and a baby both the Commander Eastern BLACK & DECKER POWER beautiful tic .
Boo Doll apiece and a Electric Area Military Readiness Award r I IMIw
Sewmaster together and some and the Anti-Submarine Warfare TOOLS and counter tops sea
baby doll dresses and a sink set Excellence Award for thin fiscal DRILLS ...
and refrigerator and a can-o- year Q An Excel- uyFormica .NI.h....-
matte and a wall phone apiece ,' a .
and a table set and a dish set anda lent Gift the most Ia.'
supermarket and a stroller Card) Of ThanksWe a4-..
For The
apiece) and a baby cradle and a would like to express our K a popular Mar.
Ironing board apiece and some sincere thanks and gratitude to YourselferDolt r::
clothes and some shoes. our friends and loved ones who BLACK seams .c.
Thank you. shared our grief during the low ..
Yours truly, of our loved one. During the sudden Your '.'
From Joann and death and shock of losing a & FORMICA on Power Tools a a.rId...

Diane Brown dear mother we were not able to List! .' .. .
be'aware of everyone who calledor '
expressed thlr sympathy In so DECKER .Iww

USE many ways. The food, flowers JII'

visits, calls, and prayers meantso ........
much to us and we wish to M
FUCO thank everyone from the bottomof 1 IM.a
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Brand Johnson, Rev. Paul E. Norrls. and is e ...
Rev, Joseph H. Brown we wish to v "..f
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say a special thank you. May Ood '
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Conner Cites Florida Food"Festival I Life Saving Badges I Douglass High I 'Whol '-Some Surprise J A

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As Attraction For Major,,,, Buyers" Cagers In Action I Whole Egg In Meat Loaf

Tallahassee-Agriculture Com. cessed within Its borders. A simi i f
School faculty
I The Douglass High -
missioner Doyle Conner said recently lar project was staged last monthIn
that the awardwinningFestival Georgia, after Florida Agriculture d enjoyed a breakfast Monday If *UCI DtNHOTF .

of Florida Foods project Department personnel had morning given by the Future ONE of the most Inspired 1 large egg beaten 11

sponsored by his department In been closely consulted by Georgia Homemakers as a Christmas gift dishes for Uus time of year I. I tap chill powder 11tt

April will be repeated and ex- officials Douglas Hlgh'i Tigers opened meat loaf. Not only Is nicely tap ground thyme ft
Wednesday 1
panded In 1988. Conner said the Florida Food' their basketball season spiced meat loaf popular but I tap salt 1 ]j

The project which Involved the Festival attracted a "blue-ribbon" night against Madison at It's thriftier than solid meat H Up. black pepper f
by 1 Madison. The first home game of and can be "stretched" with Mi ;
setting up of a supermarket group of buyers represents e. chopped canned i
the Florida Department of Agriculture practically every major food chainIn the season will be held Friday bread crumbs, cereal or rice to tomatoes

to spotlight Florida foods the nation, as well as mllltar night also against Madison make an extra serving or two. 1 tbap. cooking oil ..

was presented the Florida Public procurement officers who spend Veteran eagers this year Include Good spicing; Insures top .t. 1 bay leaf, crumbled

Silver Arthur Sm'th! Oena Price, log quality In of Mix together first 9
Relations Aaao tIUon' more than $30 million annually I In spite the use Ingredients
Award during the organization's Florida on perishable food prod. Earl Ford. Leonard Ford and of such extenders. and H cup of the tom&I -

annual meeting last week. ucta #1'1't George Ellis.College Meat loaf can be served hot I toes. Shape Into a round" loaf

In a record-breakh6 year for He added that his agency had or cold, depending on the 0 In. In diameter.

entries the Foods Festival received received word that military food President weather. Heat oil In skillet and place I

awards contracts In Florida have Increased meat In hot OIL Pour remainIng -
one of two major presented To Kiwaniam Include \MioU Egg
over meat Add
In the Government Category several million dollar 1
Dr, Ralph Thaxton, presidentof For a nice touch, turk a bay tear
of the FPRA awards pro this year due largely to contac I
Valdosta State College, addressed couple of shelled, lIa -cooktd Cover tightly and cook .thigh
The other went to the S80 made at the 1985 Food Festlva
gram. the Klwants Club last whole eggs Into the ground heat until steam escapes .
South Florida Interama .w. had numerous reports
million Wednesday He discussed the meat mixture u you're shaping about 0 min Lower heat and i
received the Gold of sales contracts written as a re-
project which suit of the Festival by 1985 exhlbltora. City Ceancilman Nerm Frotaman. right, presents Junior and progress of the college, and gavea 'It. Arrange them so that they simmer until meat Is dons S3

Award. Foods ." Conner said. senior life saving badge te boys and girl who completed the talk on culture In the United are nicely centered. to 40 min Serve hot or slice
Festival of Florida
The with He training last summer at the Recreation Center Monday nlgbt. States and cultural progress In Stuffed olive or whole ghee when cold.
pointed out that the project
was staged in conjunction kiN are other .." This very tasty, different disk 1
Florida Industries Exposition served as a valuable public relations Front row, left-right, Includes Dewey FewneUe, Charlie Balsden world history .lUrprI. "
the 11185 at Orlando. It featured tool for the Industry aswell. and Sharon r..... In the back row are Carl_ DeLaaeh. Kenneth Another visitor was Klwanis LtOov. which can be hidden In the loaf serves 4 to ,
Bill of Jacksonville, and look so nice and taste good
Bryant LAMB-fl
979 individual Florida food products Feele and Patricia Peek. Demerit Staff Pbele) too. AND
from nearly 150 separate "Florida' food processing and who met with 1886 Live Oat club BACON LOAF j

well u departmental manufacturing has developed officer ONION MEAT LOAF I Ib.>> Iamb's liverS

displays firms, u by eight other agenciesand rapidly In recent years, and the Boy Ranch Rf'C'flrfl'Sanla' New president of the Live Oak I Ib. ground chuck to 4 tbsp. bacon fat f
assoclstlons representing Festival of Foods served as aft-I Klwanis Club la John Hampton 1 e. fine dry bread crumbsI 5 slices map bacon I

hundreds of food producers hide to create public awarenessof Gift EarlyRanU's local Boll Conservation technician. tbap Instant minced crumbled

and processors. this fact as well as to re-em Record StandsAt tint gift arrived earlyat onion I e. son bread crumb j
manufacturers .
IS tap salt U .. Instant minced
Festival phastxe the Importance of agrl onion
"The success of the Foods th* Florid Sheriffs Beys
to due to the widespread culture and seafood production to OneOneThe Ranch smith ef Ute Oak. Cnnl Of Thanks )U tap black pepper 1 tbap. salt
I tbap. each flakes 1 lisp '
parsley powdered mustard
enthusiasm support and cooperation our state's economy. he said Last week the Ranch was presented We wish that we could say a
received from the Conner said the IMS Food. with' a new International personal 'thank you" to each of and sweet pepper Hakes I Up ground' UxymeH
I the project Suwannee Bulldogs dropped I!is e. finely diced tomatoes tap black
and the public; Festival may feature some new 8et let vehicle by State our neighbors, friends, and relatives pepper
food industry their first game of this basketball i large eggs, lightly beatenThoroughly 1 bouillon cube I
said wrinkles. Including a section de. season to Starke last Traeter c., ef Orlando. The who' were so kind and
Conner % e. boiling water
mix all
I project voted to Institutional food packages tracUr had the thoughtful to when beloved Ingredter.ts. .
He pointed out that Tuesday night 51-37 but cane dealership wen us our Pack Into greased 9x5x1In. a large err, slightly
and that Florida was designed to attract food Seems In a national tales eenteai. mother, grandmother and sister -
was unique. back Tuesday night of this weekto loaf put Bake at ISO F. beaten
buyers for hotels motels, restaurants
the first state to attempt to bring edge Lake City 55-51. passed away. We want you to 1 hr, or until done. Serve" SauU liver m bacon fat eufyntU

I together all of the food products hospitals, and other large Ray Corbln was high scorer In J. .. MeMallen.. Ranch ,,,u. know that we thank you from the with gravy made with drippingsIn pink color disappear. Put

I I produced, manufactured and pro- I food users both games gaining 18 points seer, and Rand Director" Harry depth of our hearts. pan. or serve cold, sliced through food chopper, using me-
The project will again be stage against Stark and 23 In the Lake Weaver areeatted the gift free We also want to thank our Serves LaKIu.JT ilium blade. Add next T tagredt-
by a team of Information and -Santa Clan* Morris MeClel- friends and neighbors who cote
City game. The Starke! game was
I Public Notices marketing specialists and coordinated !. away, an dthe Bulldogs played' land BfTeMenl ef State' Traeter. brought sunshine and cheer to IOU LOAF Dissolve bouillon cube m boil-

by Jack McAllister, Infor. Lake City here at the Coliseum her during her lone Illness. 1H Ib.>> ground" lean best lug water and add. Stir In

NOTICE Or GALL matlon chief for the Department Coach Don Uanley's Bulldogsare The Family of H Ib. ground lean pork ." Turn Into greased. &<>-

TOl t.. M 1'M Slit of Agriculture. scheduled \to play Branford Baby ahampoon can be used to Eula Bparkman Drlnson \" e. fine cracker crumbs I. loaf pan. Bake at JW F.
..... If.A Other public agencies and associations wash leather glove and its les a H tap Instant minced 1 hr. Serve hot or cold

! "' :.o.k.n.r.Ie'.SIIt1.4 rl.ldavs. ,... IM .... which supported the will Friday then night host In the Branford.Lire Oak They Invitational eipenatve than special glove soaps. (Renew Tear Subscription) onion This serve S.

i I..... ,....Il II lees Foods Festival were: Ameri t.,
, -
..... UHA.IMII Tournament playing
Un5n1..51unn5.5/1H1/n..NnsSnnn./U.SnNUn. 1.
Club. 14RO-im ran Dairy Association of Florida: 55.n555uSnU/.anus.Illlnn.n51u5n/r,1 S 51.554 5 lee.55r 5 m
against Fort White Monday at
rk.trCklir '
1 T11.C Florida Beef Council Florida
I 1 IINK.ItM ':30 pm. here.Branford .
I Board of Conservation Florida
WwkwM :
I 1.1.1. plays Lake Butler at
I .lilt.. u. St.I Citrus CommMson Florida
..... : Dairy 7 p.m. Monday in the first game : I
I T.a.... Products Association: : Florida Egg of the tournament
I T. 1a Commission i Florida Fruit and .
I ... Bain. weir
1 ru1..5 Vegetable Association; Florida
1 ... ..l.ewin ., I ... Meat Packers Association: Orlan t t
... ..W at '. 11.h1. First
.... t1. sod day .l ..-. do Public Utilities' Commission: Baptists : 1j"

1551. as .... ..,.h_. d JACKSON Clad.. and Southeastern Fisheries As $ \\ \
TII.ruIUfITUI",....dS d co..... ..Ie .11I 1. sel.d, sociation. \Villlla\'e New ___
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1...,. .*.rtr. S.* .$ ,.M...,.. % SHARPLES
... Iss. M.t tw tal .
tr ,....Vlk. M'Io' .ti''S dt1. Soil Conservation MinisterRev I.
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t JACKSON rCINlt\Jl.. Co INC Engineer To Check Charlie Webb pastor of

11 .t the First Baptist Church of Live '
, IJ/leTtoN Oak: announced Sunday morning It7
Loral Jobs Collins would assume '
the position of minister of musk SLM145
ivra '
Ula.ay James Norris area engineer for and youth on January I, 1 YpuR C + ;
rw the Boll Conservation Service Collins Is a native of Lamet. FOR

CITY or uvt oc n.oalD4 from Lake City. .in be In the Tex. and hu been graduated
...... __I Ie will ... .......d N1M Suwannee River Soil and Water from Wsytand Baptist College of

C..MS C..ww IA. J U.1.,:'it Conservation District today talnvtew, Tex and the New Orleans

I.'. I.1'w InaS ... tal A_'_ I 'Thursday I reviewing the engineering Baptist Theological 8rm1-
... IS. 5.
.. W All
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,* .W W XMI.H< .*5d aa4.I Jobs completed on local nary He will come to Live Oak
.?.>.. .. ,... c<..., c-. .- -. : farms during I.... from a similar position with the

r.:..=w Al :au.--J Scheduled! for this review are First Baptist Church of Frrnan SKIRT & SWEATER

I.. r --'- 5.I w ,1..u.5. ponds completed by J. W Foiter din Beach. Fla I 1111 J
....... ..d ...... ...-.. -a..- Jock
... 11..... ..11.I .., M .-- w.d lUUiff, and Elmer OwensIn Collins win have complete
.1 t1..Nr n" CLtoa I.. addition over ISO farmers 1 rection of a fully graded' IDI dl-// Great SelecUon COORDINATES i ?
rw' iii.
.. Ax1IM.1. fJvk completed work under the enter program within the church
-M QMOT** M gnty practice filling sanitation and he will direct

.-..-......,.war S .d...A." ...r 11115. w -..W-. gullies' and sinkholes. Some ef youth acttvltle of the church. .

_. ...... ..1 M rat...d .. ...b these jobs win be checked according Rev,, Webb said L BOBBIE BROOKS i ,
0..i .......'. ...* ........ S ....sIN. to .
John local
/... .M roan W .... _'a. Hampton, e t -T And Other Famous SI
.-. ..N..wSrS W Ik* Ax151.I' Soil Conservation Service Uchnlelan -
dfrw 0-.1 llrglntnl << Name
--- ..-' ...... .d ..- $ i
.1.1 .... N.t M.N1S ,... MP.15151 The Conservation Service wa lliar Saturday { S :
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responsible for domination of Duck and dove hunters will b* l' en
-1= ::---J:=Ie d .:. needs to repair damage under this able to pick up their guns again ,!: 1 n I.., .!
... ...... ., -- '
.-_. -t. -d S-I .. w -.b... emergency practice and money on Saturday, DM. I', aa the sr.-i' t '.n: 44 i I

......lor'I _.. .,.-- for the Federal portion of the ond phase of the duck gooae. and Y :
.M M.rS d w .'..K...- r e dC1.Is rpalr cost was furnished thru third e { 1w : '
.55155.. MPMI IMPPM. coot hunting open and the I 1 1 :
w 1.5155 r. d M.r5. the AtrteiUtiiral Conservation and beclns ; :
.A d._It. M ..._ .d _Ifto Ilta U..Uonme.. According
with J. B
..IMM M tl ... __ w MI/aA.. 3 Copeland. / i
[...__. M4 WMlflMltMM will kk Mills u county! office manager chairman. Game and Push WUr r iI
** 4 .aI _ki ii-: .* .. '.*..*; pun Communion duck, good. ii I
..iVk.fl k* MM W ik. *a S W tk*
Inb.I Hk NI,1.s.;=. e= LiT r Oak I'.T'Will and coot hunting will be allowed ; i
,..i DP.. .t 5.4 .
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w ..dM..1 from sunrise' to Mt"""
.:- :'.k t1.. M A..Ia.t 111 M,. -l-, Mrrt Tucxlay Wpf thru Jan. 9. Dove hunting wm be :.

.P.. Id __. _0....., ..ra0.M 'The Live Oak Parent-Teachers' Bowed from noon to Nnw(. txI

.--.-w MM..1. /,. ..5L-II M .Me... .,. Association win have a brief bust thru Jan. a. PURSES i

.. d .-... S-.....T. c-.', c-._ flees meeting and tet-aceualnted birds in
.M CMMr CM* *_ ......... u.. Other migratory game } :
'-k. rtMM*. gathering The day at Pine View season are snip and woodcock Choose From Many
M k..4 .riy .*. ** by .. School! at 7 pa. aecortflnc to and may b* hunted from sunrise 4 Colon and Htyl.4
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..... ... adW
Ml ** euM to a amid mwt teacher from e ;

I 1..Ni. fed..I'..".,..--I.tM d w I.CT.5..515 5 Live Oak schools are expected to No organisation ran be strong : .

... c-..r c..._ St5Me. ..- attend to meet with parrots er than the brain that direct It : I
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'Pre-Planning Holiday Activities Will IAFF-A-DAY WEEKLY LIVESTOCK REPORTOF

I Subscriptions I TOE

Help Avoid Hectic Christmas PaceYou I Sutcannee' Democrat Suwannce Valley Livestock Market

can avoid the hectic, hur. Christmas cards sent this week. Listed below are new subscriptions -
tied pace which is apt to bringon Involve your family In decorating and subscriptions renewedto Trading was classified as alow Vealers: good, $17-$20; few'
the pre-Chrlatmas blues if you the home for the holidays. f.5C the Suwannee Democrat from to moderately active at the Su- utility: and standard, $18.Feederstocker .
apply management to your holiday Pain your holiday menus and December 3 to December 10. wannee Valley Livestock Marketfor cattle sold as
activities.The meals well in advance, so that NEW SUBSCRIPTIONSJ. the week ending last Wednes- follows:
key to success is planning there will be leisurely time for D. Ross, Rt.. L. O. day. Demand was fair to good, Steers: good. $182J-$19.25:
so block out ample time for getting entertainment. Cary H. Day, St. Petersburg with 176 cattle and calves sold standard .50-$18JO; utility,
all necessary jobs done, and If travel is on your holiday Lena Hall Branford compared to 151 the previous tlS.7M16.29: one Inferior, $10.
stay within the budget of funds agenda, plan details with care.A Mrs. Sylvia R. Phillips, Decatur, week. Heifers: standard $14.25-$15-
and time you have provided, home list of things to do at home before Oa. Slaughter heifers were strong 50; utility, $13-$15; inferior
economists with the Florida Agricultural leaving such as stopping Mrs. Floyd Waters Rt. L. O. COWl uneven averaging steady, $11-$13.
Extension Service ad- the dally paper, having the mall Taff O. White, Bradenton and other daughter classes few. Cows: utility and low-standard.
vise.What held at the post office, etc. it Kenneth McLeod. Rt., L. O. Feeder-stocker steers were weakto $10.5014; inferior $8.2510.
are your plans for Christmas a good time-saving Investment 'SUBSCRIPTIONS RENEWED SO cents lower heifers about Calves 250-450 Ibs. low-to-
? Have you thought throughall Try planning with your family Mrs. H. W. Hadek, Colorado steady, and cows few. Calves over avenge good $19J5-$20J5; sttn-
the things your family want! for observance of the spiritual Springs, Colo.E. 250 lbs. were about steady: while' dard. 11T-'lUI: utility, $13.25-
to do? It's time to get down to aide of Christmas. Allow time to B. Browning, L. O. calves under 250 Iks. were strong $1' 50: one Inferior, $11.
business and here's a check list do things for others that throughthe Gary E. Snow, OrlandoJ. to II higher. Calves 100 to 250 Ibs.-: standard
that may help you plan your activities year you may have been too R. MIckler, St. Augustine Slightly more than half the, and good $18-J2; utility $15-
: busy to accomplish. Marvin Horne, Rt.r L. O. $18: inferior. $15-$18.50.
xy rru,bq tr.IYt.".M. "4.5.....& supply was cleared to feeder- eaT compared with
Plan carefully for your Christmas a. Hogs
Red's Barber Shop, L. O.
stocker accounts while fully one-
shopping and gift-giving "I really don't need I Just wanted to 1.082 the previous week.
About one person out of 42 in any money. Mrs. Olenn OUmer, Wellborn fourth the total was calves.
and budget your time and funds France owns a car, talk to someone friendly." W M. Bares Rt. L. O. Mixed grades barrows and gilts
accordingly. You'll have more Mrs. R. E. Warner, Rt. L. O. Slaughter cattle sold a* follows: sold as follows: 180-210 Ibs. $27.-
time for wrapping the gifts if you Henry Folsom, L. O. Steers: few high-cutter and I 80; 210-240 Ibs., $2785: 240-270
shop early and the packages I New Cake I&as For Holidaysa Airman Cited For Mrs. A. H. Perry, L. O. low-utility: $14-114.50. Ibs.. $26.25: 160-180 Ibs. $27.10:
will be more attractive if you are J. C. Smith, Miami Heifers: good $20.50-122; standard 140-160 Ibs., $26.35: 120-140 lbs..
not rushed.Of Letter Of Thanks $1725-12075: utility $14$18 $25.00 100.120 Ibs. $25.80: 80-
Home economists with the Florida lb. butter (Do Not Substi- Miss R. A. Brown L. O. ; ? -
course, the sooner you shop I Agricultural Extension Ser- tute Margarine) Airman Second Class S. R.I Mrs. E. R. Sessions. Largo ; cutter, U2-U350. 100 Ibs. $25.50.
the wider the selection you will vice suggest some new holiday 1 c. sugar Raulerson, grandson of Mrs.! Mrs. W L. Durrance. Orange Cows: utility $1J-$15.75: cut Most sows 180-500 Ibs. $2145-
have from which to choose. Save cake Ideas. 1 c. flour Dolly M. Butler of Live Oak. was Park ter. $12-$13JO; canner. $ -$12. $23.13: boars $14.50-$1J.25; one
a lot of time and tired feet To make individual fruit cake 2 t. vanilla flavoring recently noted In the Palatka Mrs. R. Sullivan Deland Bulls: utility and low-commer stag $21.SO.
by having good Idea of the Items trees, divide a loaf fruit cake Into 2 t. lemon extract Dally News for a letter of appreciation Mrs. Wayne Knight St. Mary's. clal "15-18; .cutter, $13-116; one i U. 8. No. 2 and 3 feeder pigs
you want to get before starting to pie-shaped wedges. Cut each 1 lb. candlde dplneapple to local Palatka citizens Oa. canner $9.Calves under 73 Ibs. $31.2S-$33: 75-110
shop Shop early in the day before wedge in half, horizontally, to 1 lb. candled cherries who sent him mall during Thurston Hunter, St. Mary's. : standard and low-good,. Ibs, 21.25-132.25: one lot 110-
too tired "Operation Christmas". lfl-$19; few utility. $15. 1140 Ibs. $26.50.
you are and before make two "trees", each about 3/4 4 cups pecans (chopped coarse- Oa.
the stores become crowded. Oo inch thick. Using cake decorating ly) Raulerson and his parents. Mr. Macon Peterson Branford
shopping alone, so there is no one jelly, or forcing frosting througha and Mrs. Bill Wattles of Palatka, Boys' 4-H Club, L. O.
to influence you in decisions Chop nuts and fruits. Use all are former residents of Live Oak.
your pastry tube, form garlands on Curtis Collins, JacksonvilleL. MODERNAERIAL
Plan ahead so that after Christ. flour on fruit. Cream butter, The airman serving Viet Nam ,
flat aide of cake wedge. Place a R. Voyles, Pampa Tex. .
mas shopping there will be money rosette of frosting at top point of sugar" beaten eggs, and add flav attended Suwannee High School. W. M. Carmichael Jr. Sulpher V .
for the necessities in Januaryand oring. Combine with fruit and .
"cake tree" Slant a short birth Ky.
nuts. Bake *t 300 until done, APPLICATION
February. It is never good day candle into each rosette S. T McDowell. L. O.
about 1'/. hours Makes just short In
management to buy gifts that Decorate garlands with sliver Angus Group Priscilla FarnelL L. O. Spray! _Seeding__ Dusting_ Fertilising
of 0
cost more than you can efford. shot. If desired To serve, light pounds Andrew Walker Live Oak has a.
To avoid the heavy post office candles. Pecan cakes are always popularIn been elected to membership In
rush, it is A'good idea to send all When it comes to fruit''' cake, the South, and here's one you'll the American Angus Association U' BILLION HOWARD MORGANPHONE
packages as soon. as possible. take your choice of dark, medium want to try Pecan Chiffon at St. Joseph, Mo. announces Tens of millions of Americana
Allow ample time for addressIng white, or pink.. For Pink FruitCake Cake. Because chiffon cakes contain Olen Bratcher, secretary. own United States Savings Bonds. 362-2016 U.s. 90 WEST
and sending Christmas cards try this recipe: both beaten egg whites and a The value of Series E and II
and writing personal messages to Pink Fruit Cake liquid shortening, they have the Bonds outstanding is now 49 bil- LIVE OAK FLORIDA
friends. Try to have all the 5 eggs lightness of sponge cakes with (Renew---Your Subscription! ) lion dollars.
'the richness of butter cakes. -
Serve delicate Pecan Chiffon
Cake with cocoa-flavored whipped
When You Shop or Recommend To cream.
Pecan Chiffon Cake
Friends Please Include These Home Town 2ft cups sifted enriched self-

rising flour .
Processed Items 1 cup sugar .

1/2 cup salad oil Gold Medallion r
6 egg yolks
3/4 cup water ..
10-os. Box WHITE ACRE brand PEAS with SNAPS 1/2 cup chopped pecan
I 15-i-lb. Bag WHITE ACRE brand PEAS with SNAPS 1 cup egg whites ((7 to 8) 'f.r. .' HOMES and APARTMENTS
20-oa. Bag ARCTIC CIRCLE brand WHITE PEAS. ; I _
1/4 salt
20-oz. Bag ARCTIC CIRCLE brand BLACKEYE PEAS teaspoon ,
1/-Ib Bag REAL SOUTHERN brand BLACKEYE PEAS with 1/2 cup sugar
Snaps Set out 10-lnch'tube pan. Pre- r-; %,
heat oven to 325, Into large mix-
ing bowl sift together flour and 1 j .;
cup sugar; make a "well" In cent '
GOOD CHRISTMAS QISTH ter. Pour In oil egg yolks an4 J .. ..
1-lb. Can WHITE: ACRE brand PEAS With SNAPS. : sy01 .... ."" :
I 1-lb. Can LE-KO brand FRESH BOILED PEANUTS. water; beat until smooth. Stir In '
pecans In large mixing bowl beat
egg whites and salt until soft
Country Hams Country Bacon Country Sausage peaks form. Add 1/2 cup sugar !fm ulttll

Processed In The Suwannee River Valley gradually, beating until meringueIs
stiff, but not dry. Slowly pour !
egg yolk mixture over meringue: ,
fold In gently until well blended. .
Pour into pan. Bake about 1 hour
McMULLEN FOOD BANK, INC. and 30 minutes, or until cake
springs back when lightly touch
ed. Invert pan; cool thoroughly .
before removing cake Jt


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light during the day and 'a cool
Mugqs and SkeeterCARL'S
HOMEMAKING HIGHLIGHTS room at night are essentiaL
Azalea Blossoms will last
longer If the plant Is kept In a AtAFI,Rt noon To QE DolfralNAVtANYIDEA QmwgTNlAletIIQ{ [ YAIaDTitlIT NowsiwretsazltTt q w A e
NOW AultN waT1ER 1tIaT fuuR oR Fneg antttolS I
8y cool room and if there Is a con Tit oa tan RELERVDIig Ngq NoLDt t dtAtIONS! w/aee ngTDlt :;
MISS IDA JO HARRISON stant moisture supply.Chrysanthemum Faiaari urAS/tW! twxtt

Hems Detnomtrstlon AxentChrlstmu Partially / 7vd
opened flowers will not develop If
Is For Children -' so many tasty. ways to prepare the plant does not get sunshine
Bright yea: best behavior andmark I them. Whether they are salted
Abundant moisture, a bright location -
; thinking the begin and toasted with butter, spiced: or and cool
fling of the holiday season every. glazed, they're good. to have fort turn will give long-lasting
where. Indeed we adults get a to holiday treats. blooms. you
from Christmas by the things we For a little different way to
(do for the youngsters. Christmas Begonia Too light
prepare them you might like to moisture will shorten life of the '*
( "'' I II
And what little girl (and tome try candled pecans. They are easy blooms. 1 '
Keep cool at night and in
lot the boys) doesn't like to play to make. Combine 1ft cups sugar sunlight during the day
with dough for those pretendedtea and one-half cup orange juice
1 parties. For a homemadepIa Cook I 'rtln
to 240P. or soft ball stage At Christmas time with all the
dough mix four cups of flour Remove from heat. Add one tablespoon
excitement it Is
so easy to foigttto
I with two cups of salt and one grated orange peel and .
be cautious about tires. Families -
3 tablespoon of salad dressing Iordered t 2ft cups pecan halves. Stir until, should be much alertat
paint Is used for coloring sirup begins to look cloudy. Turn Christmas time
mix with dry ingredlests. onto waxed paper in small clusters I than usual because
dangers can be created
I When using vegetable food coloring or individual halves. Allow to
by a dry tree,
mix with water before adding cool. I combustible RADIO&TELEVISION
ornaments and
I to dry Ingredients. Add as much paper.
To keep home fire-free
water as required to make dough
I firm, but use sparingly, kneading The special flowering plant: during the holiday season follow
that adorn home for the these safety. tips
I dough while mixing. yours,
in holidays win last much longer If A safer tree Is one that', kept SERVICE
Store polyethylene
(Table knives cookie cutters bag and you satisfy their needs for light I In the coolest part of the room
never near an open fireplace
moisture, and '
[rolling! pins can be used for cut proper temperature stove, heat register or othersource
Horticulturists recommend setting
I ting shapes.
of heat or drying. The
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stand should be well filled with
Nuts! Christmas season In bright light i
Nuts! Nuts! There are water.
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on care of specific gift plants: satural or plastic mantel and
Poinsettia This plant bas'' table decorations where open
I l i'. I I sensitive to drafts as any human, I' names from the fireplace: or
.' Setting it near a window at night cadnles may end in a blase.
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EAR tGAI1Ate register will mean Its quirk de ments. Cloth may be ": wan'
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! Stretch Into Shape '
[ News And Activities From monthly meeting Monday, 'night. !
At Plaza
The public Is invited to these
meetings, held the second Mondayof Nell's Tot-N-Teen store has
each month. 'moved to Its new location at Live
Oak Plaza as the fifth occupantin
BOY SULLIVAN. Director During the holidays the Cen- the new shopping center.Ed .
ter will be open from 9 am. to 8 Turner,president of Turner-
Basketball season has been in at the Center when the painting pm. Mondays, Tuesdays, and Miller Inc, which is building Live
progress this past week'with 18 finished and he will also paint Thursdays, 9 to 8 on Wednesday. Oak Plaza said that the firm is
boys participating. Boys In 7th some signs to be used for postingof Christmas Eve. and New Year's continuing construction of the
Ilf IlfI grade and under wishing to play rules. Eve. The Center will be closed three units of the center. He said
can still sign up at the Center. Saturday, Christmas Day. the other occupants would be announced -
This week's schedule is: Last Saturday's dance was attended later.
16 Dec. Kent's A&W vs. Su .
by 148. This week's affair American Legion Post No. 107 of
wannee Laundry will be the last dance of this year, Live Oak has donated a flag to
4t 17 Dec. Cheek Drugs vs. CommercialBank with the "Jolly Greens" playing display inside the Center. The NEWSOME

Saturday 8 to 11 pjn. presentation was made by Mac (ConUnaed from Pare 1))
f 20 Dec. Kent's A&W vs. Cheek
Todd on behalf of the Legion Efforts ministry of Rev. Newsome. He
Drugs Santa Claus will be on hand to display a flag on the pole urges all friends of Rev Newsometo
21 Dec. Suwannee Laundry vs. for the young folks from 3:20: to outside the Center had been discouraged attend the services In hU hon-
? "- Commercial Bank !::30 p.m. Friday, Decorations will by vandalism. or.
All games begin at 4 pm. be up and Christmas music records si .
will add to the spirit of the
Face-lifting Is in progress Inside season as the Jaycees assist San- An empty bleach bottle may be THINKINGContinued
the Recreation Center as the ta Claus by handing small gifts useful, but it is a poor and Illegal \- ( from Pare 1)
walls are being re-painted in two to kids who visit with him. substitute for a pole or rod, Guard In no way Indicates I intend -
shades of green. Ken Breeden will and reel says the Oame and to retire from the Suwannee
paint murals depleting activities The Live Oak-Suwannee Coon- Fresh Water Fish Commission.\ I Democrat.
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I at the Center Monday nlfht. The croup Includes left-right Mrs. Ines Wright Mrs. Mary />jlce! '
Morgan Mn. Irene Roberts and Mrs. Mildred Cribbs. (Democrat Staff Photo) .

i Funeral NoticesNola Civil Branford Defense Sees OFFICE MACHINESCALCULATOR

McCalllster, J. Marvin Phillips,
L. Dccsc Karl O. Wade, Ira McOhln Ben .
Ollmore, W. H. Parramore, Charlie Program Monday ,
Funeral services were held Bperrlng, Harry Howes, and
Walter North Florida
Sunday afternoon for Nola L. Sam Koff. Murphy
Deese, who died suddenly at her Brody C. Harris Funeral Home District Civil Defense director,
in Live Oak. She was and a group from the University
home Friday of Live Oak was in charge.
the widow of Lavader L. Deese, a of Florida in Gainesville staged a
Methodist and was employed by Civil Defense demonstration In I
Olbbs Co. as a seamstress. Eula S. BrinsonFuneral Branford Club Monday building.night at thWoman's "

.Rev.Morris Ewell and Johnson Rev. J,, Rev.II. Brown PaulE. servcfes[ were held last O. B. McLean, Suwanne REMINGTON DX94ADDSSUBTRACTS MACHINE TODAY! i
County Civil Defense director
Mrs. Eula Spark-
officiated at the aervlces at West- Thursday for
wood Baptist Church. Burial was man Brinson. who died December said he "was very pleased with
in the Live Oak Cemetery 7 at her home in Llv Oak. the response shown by the Bran- I
Survivors Include her mother. She was a native of Suwannee ford citizens" to the event. Mc- MULTIPLIES DIVIDES I'
Lean estimated that about BO -
born In Branford in 1878 MODERNIZE
Mrs Dolly J. Kirkland of Mac- County,
clenny: four daughters Mrs. Into a pioneer family of that com- people attended.
Edith Landen of Live.Oak. Mrs. munity. She was a member of the The use of live cobalt was partof
Methodist Church the demonstration, to show theeffecta : YOUR FIGUREWORK
Jewell Barrington of Mayo, Mrs New Hope
Corrlne Matheson of Ocoee, Fla, charter member of the Antioch 'of radiation.. I
and Mrs. Lavader Carmichael of Home Demonstration Club and 1'S WITH THE
Raiford; two sons, Paul Deese, in' widow of the late Finley B. Brin- Mayor On 'CommitteeMayor !i '
service at Ft. Benning, Oa., and
Frank Deese of Jacksonville; I son.Services were held at the Anti- J. Marvin Phillips was BEAUTIFUL!
three sisters, Mrs. Lizzie Craw loch Baptist Church with Rev. recently appointed to serve as a
ford and Mrs. Rosle Croft of Spivey Brabham and Rev. John member of the committee on national '
Macclenny. and Mrs. Josephine I, Hutcherson officiating. Burial was legislation of the Florida :: NEW! REMINGTON
Arnold of Jacksonville; eight In the church cemetery. League of Municipalities by President .
brothers Ed Kirkland of Lake Survivors include two daugh- Cleveland Insco Jr., commissioner -
City, Mitchell Kirkland of Jacksonville ters, Miss Verna Brinson of Live of Clesrwater, IO-KEYELECTRICADDINGMACNINE
I Corbin, Robert Steve, Oak and Mrs C. J. Alderman of -
and Chubert Kirkland of Mac Jacksonville; one sister Mrs. Al- Miller, C. W Maloy. R. B. Ooff, New efficiency.. new economy.. new elegine enter your
clenny and Ealle and Tex John- ma Pollman of Mobile, Ala. one J. B. Simmons John Cameron office with the Remington Mod! 4 Adding Machine. You get fast
son of Jacksonville; and seven brother, S. B. Sparkman of Plant John Perry J. O. Musgrove, J. D. addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and credit
grandchildren.Active City; and two grandchildren. Henry, M. A. O'Hara, Henry Folsom n balance answers with amazing easel Thanks: to the Dexterity!
S Keyboard, Power Controls, and
pallbearers were Billy Active pallbearers were Tom J. D., Sapp, 8. B. McCullers, ,,, ,A operating ,..ture.. exclusive advanced
Howland:< Charles Howes, Ernest Cheek, Charles! Wood, Claude Lee Pryor. John Schneider. Willie
j Johnson, Charlie Maloy, Harold Clarke, Everett Green, J. W. Wilson. Joe Boatright, ..and 1.:1.: for bootyr fi3iW8 Nan II notIIln.that tourvss! s d'4Remington
I j Landen, and Carlton' Byrd. I Cooper, and M. J. Kirby wood Howard.James \ Udin. McI'.n,1 "
Honorary pallbearers were Wal- Honorary pallbearers were Ken- B. Daniels Funeral Home ASK TOPAY FOR A FREE ON-TNE-JOB TCS1
lace Ross W B. Howland Duke neth Allen Tom Henry, R. T. of Live Oak was In charge. I'

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u SV! D !! T Anniversary Silver Wedding Mrs. Fred Personals Jones Mrs. Lewis

v.t1t= J J of LIVE OAK lit. and their Sunday Mrs.25th N. at O.Wedding their Avery home celebrated Anniversary Ounter and Mrs visitors W R.In Msynardwere Gainesville

rv. Debbie Daughter of Lake City
near Branford. Open house wu
veb spent the week end with hersnndparents.
held 3 to S
u ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK FLORIDA THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1969 VOL. 81, NO. 31 Seasonal decorations pm. were used Mr. and Mrs R. E.
Id Hatch and Shawn Hatch were
throughout the living room and
Mrs W. B: Thomas, Mrs Leon
1- P-TA Hosts Beta I Woman's Club dining room. The refreshmenttable listen/ and Shawn Hatch were
was covered with a white
News From Branford business visitors In Gainesville
cloth and held an arrangementof
I Club At Tour TonightThe silver and yellow flowers. On Saturday,
Meeting I Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Griffin and
one end of the table was a three. daughter visited relatives In
BYi MRS. SHIRLEY W. HATCH Christmas Home Tour tiered cake decorated In whit Jacksonville Saturday
Ie Thursday NightThe sponsored by the Branford Wom and silver. A miniature bride and Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Moses.
oeQ an's Club will be Thursday even- room topped the cake. Punch
Home Council To Purchase Honor Roll Branford ParentTeacherAssociation Ing between the hours of 5-0 p.m. was served from a crystal punch Mrs. George Moses and Mrs. M..
Nursing met Thursday night T. Crlbba of Branford. and Mrs.North
SECOND. SIX WEEKS The homes of Mr and Mrs. Fred bowl.
of Live Oak were business
Grace 13 Sandra hatch In the achool cafeteria with the Fl sell. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bubar Mrs Howell Walker and Mrs
Equipment; Hears 1 Health OfficialThe Jane Koon. and Peggy Ware. school's Beta Club In charge, of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hill Mr. and Judy Mows, daughters of the urday.visitors In Jacksonville last Bat

Grade It Mary Drawdy and the program. Those taking part Mrs. Fred Jones, and Mr. apd honored couple, served cake and
Mrs. Bashte the
Suwannee County Home Due to the Medicare Program It' Margaret Kelly, were Charlene Suggs Janet Hawell. Mrs. Leon Hatch will be decoratedand poured punch. Puryear spent
nee Nursing Council met last Tuesday was suggested that borne nursing Grade 11 Andy Cheney Carol Phillips Peggy Ware open to the public. Out Of town gueits includedMrs. pant. two weeks visiting her sister.
Mm. T. J. Kent In Jacksonville.Mrs.
In Live Oak. visits be raised from $260 to Grade t Lynda Lynch. Cathy Griffith Gloria Davis, and The Woman's Club Is hoping Clyde Gamble Mr and Mrs
Howard Cheney and
Mrs. O. B McLean. Suwannee $4 per call. Grade I Ulls Beardsley. Charlotte Fletcher. The P.TA make this event an annual affairIn Mrs. Inman Avery and family
Carl Hawkins attended the funeral -
County health nurse, reported Dr. John Williams county Grade 7 Emery Dsuihtry. group led In singing Christmas Branford. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Cheney, Mr. services of their uncle. Rey
that five new wheel chain had health officer reported on the Sharon Hatch Debbie Humphries Carols. A buffet supper of roast turkey and Mrs Perry Skeen. and Mrs
nold Thomas, In Sanford Satur
been purchased for the loan closet Economic Opportunity Act In regards and Kay Walker. During the business meeting a and baked ham with all the trimmings Georgia Avery all of Live Ok,
In McAlpln. and that five wide to the proposed Lafayette Grade S Marilyn Adams, motion was carried to buy three will be served at the club Mr. and Mrs. B. P. a.,lord. Mr day.
C. D. Williams of Newberryspent
base canes had been donated. Suwannee and Hamilton County Jerold Fletcher Lee Hatch. new small record players for the building during the tour. The and Mrs Roger Gaylord and IOn
the week end Visiting Mr.
Items in the loan closet are /Issued dental clinic. He also talked on' Sherry Herndon and Margie elementary school.! Mrs. W. R. public may purchase tickets from and Mr. and Mrs Lewis Berry, a
and Mrs. Len Hatch and family
to those wishing to use them for the flouridatlon of city water,: Koon.' HU1, president, announced that club members for the holiday af and Mr. and Mrs Lewis Merry S.
one month at a time. If Items are saying would be an asset to the Mrs T J. Fletcher Jr. would all of Wellborn Mr. and Mrs I
needed for a longer time they health'of children. serve as chairman for Christ a a Charles Severance of Lake City
can be re-luued. Mrs. Joe Davis talked on the Resolution mil Clothing Committee and fair.MI and Mr. and Mrs Jack Harry of Nuptial Cantata
The group voted to purchase Hear Fund drive which will beheld urged everyone to help In PickIng Club, Elects Jacksonville. held
more wheel chain for the closet In January, sponsored by the clothing and food for needy .
Woman Club. i Be It resolved that since God families In the community New OfficersThe First Baptist Church
Boy Scout To Help. The next regular meeting of In His great wisdom has seen fit The fourth trade and the tenth AJllllrmbly Of Cad l Sanctuary Choir presented the
the group will held on January 28.Community to take our Brother V. M Mores grade won the room count. Branford 5in and 6th Christmas Cantata. "Love Trans
Gather Clothing e il;. Smith presented Program Friday ," John W Peterson
from our midst we the members Mrs. W. Grade 4-H Club met last week at "nettn by
The Community Christmas Holiday of the Branford Chapter 113. a gift to H. W Suggs from the the school with It members present The Branford Assembly of God Sunday night.
Program Committee has an Order of the Eastern Star do school faculty' on behalf ef his 39 Church will present a Christmas The choir wu under the direction
nounced that tat Branford Boy Program SlatedThe sincerely mourn his loss bow to' years of teaching at Branford The following officers were program Friday at I p.m. Title of of O. H. Munch. Rev AlIen
Scouts would' gather clothing for Branford Community His will that he Is allowed' to b* School. (Suggs left the school elected: ; Karen Miller and Don the program Is "One Upon A Pries served u narrator
the program Saturday afternoon Christmas Program will take with those who are enjoying the recently to become Suwannee Ray Holtaclaw, presidents: Phillip Christmas Time" Bolo parts were don by Mrs
during the hours of 3 to 5 p m. place Thursday Dee. 23. : blessedness of being with Him : County vocational director.) Koon. vice president: Rebecca At the close of the program Russell Blantoru Horace Mathls.
Anyone' who has 'clean wearable Santa Claua will arrive In Bran. I whose star they saw and nor Durden secretary: Elaine MrCall. there will be candy and fruit for and Bob Fletcher
clothing Is urged to have It ford at .:10 pjn. and visit here: shipped and by the light of whichwe I Method! Women song leader: Lena Pearl Ttdwell the children everyone Is Invited a .
ready to be used for needy faml- until I PA. He will give bags of are guided through the labyrinth reporter; Stewart Flssell- recreation to attend. (Renew Year
lies In the community. Clothing candy and fruit to an the chadren. I' of life. Hear ProgramThe leader: and Cynthia Cheney,
can also be left at the towndint'l Be It resolved of Christian
further that we Woman's Society council delegate.
office. Deadline Is Tuesday No Christmas program Is extend to his family our heartfelt Service of the Branford Olrrtda Haas, who attended the SUWANNEE BLOCK CO.
December 21. planned this year but carols win sympathy and remind them Methodist Church met last weekat National 4-11 Congress In Chics-

be sung downtown during the that a father's care Is always over the home of Mrs. Msrton go gave an Interesting report on N. Walker Avenue .
evening. them a solace In time of trouble. ., Parker Mrs. W 8. Ware had her trip. Miss lisas and Miss 1'!
If you .*.. born fa e charge of the procrsm. "Would Carnell are Junior leaders for the THESE PRICES LOADED ON YOUR TRUCK
2 Itaptiat Church Be It further resolved that a Ood Have Chosen MeT group.1'Iays.
December: of an odd- copy of these resolutions be sent Those present were Mrs. 3/84806 SHEETIIOCK. ... I 1.50 Per sheet
numbered Plan For Chrifttma to his family, a copy be sent to Howell Fletcher Mrs. G C, But Arc On 37150518 AWNINO WINDOW 17.50 K:ah
year, renew The Old Magnolia BsptUt. the Suwannee Democrat for publication ler. Mrs. O. Z. Jonec Mrs. K. R.Wltterell 3/16 PreflnlheJ PLYWOOD .. 3.95: Per Sheet
your driven license Church wU present their annual a copy be tent to the Mrs. Wilson Suets. Ml. 1'aron Program 1/4 Preflnlihed PLYWOOD ".80 Per sheet up
Christmas program Sunday night Eastern Star magazine and a copy Mrs. Ware and Mrs. Parker The A Christmas pl'Olram.lII be FULL THICK INSULATION 68.00 M
this month. *
at T p m. at the church. placed In the 'pages of our mlnuUe. annual Christmas party will be presented at the Mt. Paron PRK-HUNO: DOOU UNITS ....,. 16.00
A ChrUtmaa play will be presented held Monday night. December J7 Church nut Wednesday at 1:30:
Recce BrownCOUNTY by the young people at thePint Respectfully submitted: at the home of Mrs. W 8. Ware. pm.. consisting of three. plays When In N.... of Building Material (CP) Call Paul
Baptist Church In Branford .
Ruby Smith At the close of the program 302-1831 362-2873
JUDGE also on Sunday night at 130.: Lily Wither Insects have been caught It gifts will be presented to the T.I. or
The public to cordially Invited to Yule Doreen miles up In near attached to alr children. Everyone Is Invited to LIVE OAK. FLORIDA
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-The brief period of calm that has typlfled
WASHINGTON atmosphere since the adjournment of 1
Congress and the Texas recuperative period of President John i
Ion is about to come to an end. (
Administration efforts to check Inflationary trends, the con .n 1J
tinued build-up in Viet Nam and work on the forthcoming annual
eee messages to the coming session of Con I
press are having their effect! on the pace of
official activity In the capital. '
President Johnson's annual "State of the
Union" message to Congress In January un
$ doubtedly will be a mixture of commendation
for work done and a plea for more of the .
same In 1966. The President Is very much
aware that, politically speaking, 1968 could I
be his last best harvest year for a legislative
a crop. He can be counted on to take fullest % \L; ; -
advantage of the situation that gives the
Democratic party a heavy plurality of votes .
President Johnten in both Senate and House. A f.
The administration' anti-Inflation fight Is .. J 1, y"v ; '1
Look. ahead tougher. Official actions to discourage priceto i'i
196 Increases In aluminum and copper have
placed the administration in a posture that Is
interpreted by business as anti-business. This is the last thing
that Johnson wants to Bee, but he is willing to risk the com e
plaints in the interest of assuring continued orderly growth In
the economy.
What is rarely mentioned is that the federal stockpiling pro
gram had, as a collateral goal, price stability when the stocks
were being accumulated. Reason dictates that if price stability L
is desirable industry at a time when they may have been ipro3
shaky, the same process should be used In reverse when In*
flatlonary price increases threaten.
Viet Nam remains the principle topic in official Washington
as the year nears an end. The necessities of that contest will
dictate all other policies in the years Immediately ahead, not
only in a military sense, but in the fields of politics and
economics, as well.
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HAIRY PROBLEM-High school kids who yearn for longhair
as a means of asserting their individuality can take heart.
When they get a little older they'll find that Uncle Sam is
more lenient with the rules than their principal. At least the SM+ L b, rt
Air Force is.
Some time ago, the Air Force fired an employe at an Alaska
air base because he had a beard. But the bearded 'one also had a
firm set of principles, among them being freedom of expression. t
That beard expressed something for him. i ,. r et
He appealed and got Sea E. I. Bartlett of Alaska on his
side. He also got the National Federation of Federal Employee,
a union of government workers of which he is ,a member, to
take up his cause M
The Air Force said It had nothing against beards, but cited
medical evidence that It made men more susceptible to frostbite .
Senator Bartlett took Issue with that, pointingout
that beards are as Alaskan as apple pie, and Air F.ree

more common, and that virtually every sour Frowned On Not Give A Gift That Will Be
dough In the state had a beard and virtuallynone Why
of them suffered frostbite Bearded One
also declared that If the Air Force
was allowed to win the case, It might next go after mustaches,' ,:j., Enjoyed All Year Round
bleached hair or cuffless trousers. 4
Anyway, the Air Force -reconsidered and reinstated the
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tfUJWlAL = Leon McKeithvin I Advice Given On Preparing Holiday Fruit CakesEnjoy Farm Bureau To Hear

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CourseSecond homemade fruit cakes u To [laze a dark fruit cake!, about an hour before the baking Suwannee County Farm

Completes holiday dessert and give them brush the surface with a mixture time la completed, Bureau will meet tonight (Thursday -

eornrn Lt. Leon A. McKeithen. for Christmas lifts. My nutritionists of molasses and water Use honey Let the cake cool completely ) at 7 p.m. In the Wellborn
flews with the Florida Agricultural and water or egg white and water before wrapping to prevent mold. i Methodist Church about two
son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon A. Mc- .
Keithen of 90S 3. Pine Live Oak Ertenslon Service. I for a light fruit cake. Do this Ing. Wrap the cooled cake In wax blocks north of Bias. i Lowe's
paper or foil and store In a covered
has been graduated at Dada Select fruit cake Ingredient service station.
Monthan APR Arts from the with care. Be sure the fat but ; Travis! Sapp Aboard container In a cool dark The program will 4Mluda a

Pine Level training course for U. S. Air ter margarine, or all-purpose, place, Fruit cakes are generallybest demonstration of Fairfield Farmers
USS America after bring stored for It,
Force F-/C Phanthom II pilots. shortening used In the cake Is new grass pelleting opera
Lt McKeithen. a graduate of fresh with no signs of off odor or Aviation Ordnanceman Airman sal weeks or longer Well wrap tions.
Mrs. Harry Lepper and dough.. afternoon. ped fruit cakes be In
Sunday may kept
flavor. Nuts should be absolutely
Suwannee High School. Is being Travis O. Sapp USN. son of Mr.
ter. Robin and Elaine Anden Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes the freeser for .
I a
fresh because they contain fat Fear.a
reassigned to MacDill AFB. tie and Mrs. R. L. Sapp of 537 Colonial DO YOU HAVE AN
pent Monday with Mr. and Mn. of Mr. and
were guests
supper which develops a strong
for duty with the Tactical Air St. Live Oak has departed
L. P. Fortner. Mrs. Ernest Holmes Thursday Command flavor when held for a r.ncid'i Norfolk. Vav aboard the attack Cant Of Thank Alcohol Problem?

Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmei I night. The lieutenant received a BS time Other Ingredients aircraft! carrier USS America for I want to thank my friends and We now have In Live Oakan

were supper guests of Mr and Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Moore were degree at Florida State University I fresh and of good quality. her first deployment with the loved ones for their flowers cards AA Group ready to
business visitors In Stelnhatchee
Mrs. Jorgen Brorsen Mondaj and was commissioned thereupon Combine Ingredients accordingto Sixth Fleet In the Mediterranean. visits and prayers while I war. a help

night. Thursday, completion of the Air Force! : directions In your favorite fruitcake America the United States' patient in Ptnevtew General Hospital you
and Mrs. U P. Partner visIted -
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Keeling ol' Mr. Officer Training Corps program recipe. Since nuts and fruits newest carrier will form the nucleus In Valdosta Ga, They WRITEP.

Trafalgar Xnd. are spending i Mrs.afternoon.Mr. Ferbla. Sheppard Saturday He U a member of Kappa Sigma I discolor In the oven decorate the of one of the Sixth Fleets brought me cheer and comfort O. Box 591,

few days with Mr. and Mrs Car fraternity. cake Just before It Is done or two fast carrier striking groups. through their expressions of love LIVE OAK
and Mrs. Marvin
Tressler. 5 when the glase U put on. Dip the During her deployment. America I am now at home and much Im
and daughter. Nancy and Peggy OU
John C. Dykes of Orlando spenl, In many people. Its hard to fruits and nuts In corn syrup or will visit several Mediterraneanport proved CONTACT YOUR
of Mr
the week end here with his parents Ann. were supper guests Friday draw the line between persistenceand egg white to make them stick to I I cities (In France Spain Italy, Mrs Charles Johnson Sr Physician or MinisterMISCELLANEOUS
and Mrs. U P. Partner
Mr. and Mrs. John Dykes. night. obstlnancy. the cake. and other countries. (Paid Notice

Esther Anders spent Monday Mr. and Mrs. H. M Moore visIted -

night with Marcia: and Denis Mr. and Mrs B. T. Simmons

Moseley. Tuesday For Silo Rug Estate .
Mr and Mrs. Drew Holmes Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tresslrr and

visited Mr and Mrs. Carl Tresslej Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Keeling are 'I iJ" 1'Aur

Tuesday night. spending a few days In Ft. Myers.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tressler and Rev, Charles Johnson wu din NITY

Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Keeling visited ner guest of Mr. and Mrs. R W. RIVER Live Oak Drug Co.
Mr and Mrs. H. M. Moore Moseley Sunday. REALTY
Monday night. Mr and Mrs. Drew Holmes e FOR SALE FOR SALECHRISTMAS 407 Dowllng St. "The Prescription' Store"

Mrs. R. W. Moseley. Nelda and were supper guests of Mr. and Farm Bureau BId,. FOR TilE BEST

Keith Moseley.! visited Mrs. Loye Mrs. Willie Howell Saturday) FOR SALE Repossessed 3 and SHOPPING We Phone J63-1M9 .

Head Sunday afternoon. night. 3 bedroom house trailers. New have pianos, organs, new and WINSTON J. ROGERs: Realtor CHANEL DANA -AMBUSH BLUE GRASS Tabu

Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Moore. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. L. P Partner ,lilted LITTLE ADS and used 10 ft. wide and 12 ft, rebuilt; guitars, amplifiers mu Specialising Sales In and Farm Loans& Acreage COHDAY- -rmme.. TJours Mol

and 'Mrs. Rufus Baxter and Mr. Mrs. Verna Sasaer In the Su. wide. Call collect JacksonvilleFla. \ steal aasessorles: TVs, color and< Possession

and Mrs. B. P. Hayes were dinner wannee County Hospital Thursday RESULTS .. 380-3409 or 24-9359. ,black and white; record players 8HULTON Escapade Desert
BIG Four Acres With 600 Ft Fronton.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. L P. cab) 31 console and portable; tairecorders Flower Corn Silk
Fortner Wednesday.Carl Mr and Mrs. A. A. Golden and radios records shee On Branford Road NiceHomeslte MATCHABCLU: Wind Sung

Tressler and T, B. Keeling Mr. and Mn. Edward Fore were an- tLL-EXCH.%NGC FOR SALE: Poulan and Pioneer music Your complete muM With Plenty Of CIIANHIiYSHOCKING

visited L. P. Fortner Thursday supper guests of Mr, and Mrs L. chain saws, parts and service dealer Outs from $1 up. Frle Shade Trees. Goat Location Fo FABEKOE--TI. Woodhue.AphrodeMa. .
Logging supplies, hooks, clamps Two Or More Trailers. 11.8000 Flambeau
morning P. Fortner Thursday night. will Musle Co. 112 North Ohio.
Whatever the parrs. yes LANVIN--Arpeg*. My Sin
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Fortner were Mrs. B. F. Hayes and Mn. Edward .. bows, bars, and chal", Repair Live Oak cafa 32 With Terms, Scandal

dinner guests of Mr, and Mrs Pore spent Thursday with find Democrat elawlflodstbe for most small gasoline engines REVLON-Intlmat: Aqua.
B. F. Hayes Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. u P. Fortner.Mr. je b. quickly sad well. Tyre's Saw A Engine Service FOR BALI: Army pants shirts marine

Mrs. Morris Poole and children. and Mrs Drew Holmes formerly Electric Service Co., Jackets overooats. Good used Three Bedroom Home Near JADK EAST ENOLUW: '

Mrs. Henry Platt. and Mrs. Worth spent Sunday with Mr and Mr. 90S Bth St. Tour small engine clothes for men ..women and Downtown Area. 17.00000 On LF.ATllrJ001 -PUD' -
headquarters. csdj tt Children. Phone 383-2ISS. FiLM Very Good Terms CANOE: BRUTWIIITUAN
Clark visited Mrs. Loye Head Gordon Keeling In Live Oak.

tt: P.M. Tveadayt 1'OLAItOIDAmselcan Greeting Cards

J Beachvillc} I JUST RECEIVED AN'n UII:8: HOUSE AND FIVE: LOTS Amity Billfolds

Another Shipment of AntiquesCut New Arrlvels LlmosfsHsndpalnted Near The Suwannet! River Mallory Hearing Ala
LOW RATE FOR RESULTS signed fish act Batteries
We were glad to have good attendance well a few day last week. Crystal Stem Ware Me up 23 Inch 22,00000With
U I" Inch plates one
School Bun filled hU Many Old Items From 11 00 Down Payment of 1500
at Sunday Rev, Marvin Odom Sty cents peep werd. with a .
platter sauce dish, Complete se COMPLETE: :
day The children will present s appointment the Mikesvllle ......... .f tl.N. See Our '1.00 Table of superb quality 1300. j
Christmas program Wednesdaj; Advent Christian Church SundayMr ,AII clsMlfteds. mesa be MM. toadvanee. Choice Chin. Crystal Cut Glass Small) pedestal ladles writing. desk ACREAOE THE:OR RIVER LOTS ON FOUNTAIN' SERVICE:

night [)foe. 22. and Mn. B. E. Spooner .) Oil Paintings And .
ItS. Has been reflnlshed U
and bola last week Other Items. tall LIVE OAKDRUG
Mn. Delbert TtdweU were called to Georgia Many China,
Selected pieces' In fine
daughter Sharon of Jacksonville on account of the death of his Olve Antiques This Christmas M. .
Sunday AM. A P
visited Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Tld- brother. ONE WEEK FREE CHARLES MCDONALD CO.

Mr and Mrs. Otto. Townsend JULIAN'S ANTIQUES
and daughter Martnelle. of Lake ClasOfteds .Here* fe five Corner Myrtle A WestmorelandLive FARM TIMBER F1IA LOANS
Jasper Oak Florida Phone su.,.., I IFARMERS
BUCCANEERBULLETIN City Visited Mr. and Mrs. W, II. "..k.. eta the last week frve.ftM Highwaycbel 31 AVAILABLE
I Tided. a few days last week will Mf '.r a It wed Phone 363.1SK or call 343-373 For Information call or see:

Mr. and Mn, Rote Spooner of advertisement for nee -"a.t' for appointment PAUL A. BYRD
o.--r.t na-t- FOR BALK All ..... of tar. pbei II
'I Jacksonville were visitor here .. .awenr e Realtor
not to leak.Oitls MONEY for farm opera.lions *
Bale ,., tree's Results.HELP paulllns, guaranteed '0' 8. Ohio Ave, your
I last week end. --- '- -- -
at reasonable cost. Termsto
Brown Motors. will U i
11.- "II Mr, and Mrs. C. C Hrmphll -. root : I Case row tractor Uve Oak Florida lit your nurds tenant up to

13 and son Wayne of Gainesville BUTLER BUILDINGS Butler In good condition good Phone 342.1311e 1 ,nr.. Call North Florid Production .
Branford High reports that
and Jesse Kirby of Cedar Keys WANTED all metal panel frame buildings tires Fuco Oil and Chemical tl Credit Assn. .. Ohio
students weeks honor were roll.placed Th.on students this were guests of Mr. and Mn. Willie and sheds, Call T. E. McCall. Co. Phone 343-2002, cdJ 31J4CHRISTMAS I ____ _- Ave. Use 0... Tel 3I3.3SSI.. ah .tf

Beach Sunday.Ale 175-/202. Stanford "1.
Sasdra .tl THEEH Cultl-
were: 12th grade Hatch Waltre Apply -
and Mn. Harley E. Odom PdJl) 29.33 -- -- -
Jane Loon and Peggy Ware: Ortll. e.JJ tf rated cedars priced from II.40
USA-P- Texas, CORP.
and and Terri. Suitable for churches,
11th grade Mary Drawdy i used and. to |160
SALE tires .
Margaret Kelley'; 10th grade Andy .. spending hU furlough with his CURB HOP and lady to work j Bargains- for trucks, schools, homes Com select! fiR\NC'II ornotII Operator Annie .. Mills.
parents. Rev .and Mrs. Marvin than tubes. cars W Howard '1. Mary Drew Boalrtghl. Myrtle
wanted. Better
Cheney: 9th grade, Lynda fountain available your rholc, Phone 771-1311
tractors. All sites .
Mills Elaine Manicurist.
her relatives Webb and
her and with
Lynch; 4th grade, Utah Beards- Odom. average pay. Apply In person Some! like Hundreds to A W Ream Sr" Rt 4. Use Oak

ley: and 7th grade. Emory Daugh- Cane In grinding Lake City and, syrup makIng A W Drive. In. ----caJJ---tf pick from new Bsrtwr'a Service ail_ II GEORGE B. DEES Ruby Sanford-eaU-tf
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--- -
tery Drbble Humphries! Sharon Sell Station: O'Brien33.3333, AtMtlal
are keeping some of the LADIES boost your Income. WINDOWS Look awning windows
Hatch, and Kay Walker, rumen here busy these days. Luster CoimeUcs. Call Lucille Also available through your 37.}0-ft/4 1149. and Phone 362-toflS ANY TYPE: ..,

TM-I4J1 or writ Sol neighborhood service station All sites
Starlingand 11394
Mn. Jennings 37x34-3/1
Mr, and Oourtoy --
e..... lacers
Olrnda Haas returned this week daughter. Dlar and Ml- 394. Jasper. Fla. chJJ 33-3I. from Barber's Tire Service available st Mary Carter Pain 10 ACRE TRACT -- I miles
-- wholesale. division. ead) tf
of Miami. Mr and Mrs. -- -- Store. 444 HolvmsUm St. Drew
chat from town
front her esdting trip to the National WANTED: Pull or part tYnRwomen '
Avon Park and U. Wilder, taU tW
Leslie '
Ft Congress In Chicago Pullet!
/- or men to sell .
Mn. Earl Odom andchildren HEWING MACHINE -- DONEGranite :
Mr. and
Olenda was chosen for the trip of Lake City were all Brush products In Jasper and INS MODEL CLEARANCE: BALI; 'I set for ssfc.' 31 Inch seer.n
because of her outstanding Live Oak are*. Average earnings 4 years old. In good condition 20 ACRE TRACTS 1 miles Marble
round bobbin Ilronse
I Ms
guests of Mr, and Mn. Clyde We have seven ,
achievements In food preserving weekly, from town
II hour IM-IM Contact W, A. Reams. Branford.
sewing machlnm "left. These machines Photv. 382..3331UVE
Odom Sunday
Olenda reports that the most For Information write) H. BUvrr Fla" pill 30-34
be her completely guaranteed
P E. Oa.D art
Rev t
exciting portion of her trip was 011".. Daytona -- -
Sunday Visitors are always wel Equipped to tig ..,. make button FOR BALE Small Bay mar.
when she saw MUa America Mu 1In- Pta pdhJ 21.11 I or I Bedroom Home on CO.
bo.... et.. I3S ls total price. Will
America and when she came 3i! yean old. gentle. kid broke.
Teenage ----
heard the Vice President of the WANTED MechankM with accept older machine for part bred to Pony stallion II3S HelwnsUm Art. PICA Mrs. VkfcU& Summers, R.p. j

Must be competent payment. Phone Orlando sullen Quarter horse Thoroughbred II
United Slates Mr Humphrey hand tool f
speak to the Congress.CbrMasaa Ranch Boys ViII and sober. DeaVr under new .".11", 3834"OR l mar *in. >d by Imported racing Ethel Bonnett and Mary AlUtock

management' New equipment. e I Thoroughbred Bred to AQUA visited the Bowling Park Hume

Prvgrsas Entertained |7I per week salary and comBttsston. -' __ ." _..___ I stallion and hoe filly by her WilY PAY RENT Wednesday, Iliad ,$tpturf.
Be Vacations. Insurance. SALE Young! misteredPotWd sM by aims stallion IJM Will
Borne of the female Beta Club LIT BOB WOLFK DEMON held praise for th* ladies Felt
members entertained the Bran. uniforms Ooker Chevrolet and Hereford bulls. ..". and hold until Christmas Call Mn that ()old led IM thin Will
font P-TA with a Christmas program A music and mule show win Oldsmobile. Oo. Live Oak. I Mrs. PemarMles rum Rt. 3 Evelyn Hunter, 343-3413 after AND HUTU) A HOUK: TO make weekly vUlls Anyone InUrested -

last Thursday night. The provide entertainment for boys at r1&'j! Live Oak. PC]} 3C3IFOR 5 pm pahh 31 BUTT YOUR FAMILY NEEW In making these visits
b Gloria the Florida Sheriffs Boy RanchSunday -- -- -- AND FINANCM .alIIU.Un 343-IIS3
planned ,
was or
program 14Y'
Cured Improved
night rANTED Assistant SALE Psngol. US and IM pr

Darts with other Betas lending -lie Anaslng Paulina" a magician trainee age 33-30. Inquire. i Georgia Red ...... potatatAny ton Coastal Bermuda I JO and __ errtjjlitiwann
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their assistance.Griffith Chartrtw contributed Buggs and music by the WH- Ten Finance Co- 313 We* 1 alas. and amount A. L. US per Ion. You pick up or Bob Wolfe, Contractor ** County NFO meeting

two and readings Kathy about Christmas and turns Brothers Trio are eehrd- Iloward BU Live Oak FlaNTANTED ,I *. 10. al Buwann
b, ccU ".12 Phone T7ini' ecJJ 39-31 Bennett pdJJ 37-31
Just HowD read a Christmas nM with other arts Valley' nrlrU: Coop building
--- UVE FLA.
poem. Carol FhUBpa. Kathy Ortfnth. the U. S. Navy Recruiting Service -- -- Elderly lady d. FOR SALE:.Sao 1b.mmtalnrrsat ,. Deal farmers went la NFO 'w

Gloria Davis. Janet IloweO.Peggy ef Jacksonvfll coenpanton to live m. Prrff' toe each. Southern Foam cbjj tf convention at Bt. Louis\ MA
Ware and CbarVno Butts WUliam II 1I<
sang Christmas Carols for the to made of ewmonlr p. O Box Ml Jasper FU- se Cbll 30-31 I ,--- Invite all farmers amibusiruM

group and ChartrtW Fletcher aecompanted and Cdr Bradford .,01. um- taD 713.9033. c"U *." -. -- -. -- -- WANT TO BUY Farm 140 men la Ihl* sjiMtlngNPO
then on Uw piano mending officer for Navy recruiting FOR SALE Two AOsUU motor acres or more 100 or more acrni TRAILER OWNER: program will b* plalnd
i to Florida" aDd part of Oorgta iAii': ..: S asoaal help needed acooters. One 'he five horsepower In cultivation Must have shad IOTS FOR BALIOOOP In "detail Farming Is th farmer .
Beta Club 34..4aMrabm slit b* prvarnl.ISt. at .nc PtraiMt sake wok and three speed s.ars Bend full details to A T M'r TRMS. Priced ISM *' KMirwM and only' farmers

of the FTP Club prepared with above avnag famines. N. This one |10fl. The other has err, Rt I aloe 19. High Springs OUTBID crrr <...i sins mi wilt solve la problem. sUiwsaRMI -

tttemaerrea this week U etprrtrne necessary Writ C three horsepower and automatic FU. poll 3I-3S PAUL A. BYRD. Realtor County NPO. Joruinte

boost the baskrtbafl teams ., Roy I'owmi Jr. R. Ruble Depi. D.2. P. O. B3441 drive, |7I Both In eMetlenlcondition. --fAJrr BUY Will -Cash- tOt .. Old Av*. Jenkins.. pvmktenl. ebbd IIIAIXB
TO pay
M.WM>Ma. Tmn path/ 31 Can 343.3479. Lire Oak. Aortic --z
lo victory Exrrri
Bnnford High on I* In 30-33 for good prsctic piano. Can FbOA 143-1149 I ELECTRCz MOTOR

Oraage aDd blue handshaker Amy Pat Roy Power IT. 20. -- -- _. --- PCM---- 343-1344 call 31 etf HOT For prompt efficient\
were bought for wse during the whose ,.,.... Mr, and Mrs. fOR SALT: OE washing sna.chlM. ; -- -.- -- -- .."Ie.. A sad UeUon ef m..

g totes.Basketball- Cbarty O. Powers bra at 313 N FOR RENT |7t and OE: dry**. ft PANT TO BUT > Uallerto pit -- --1-bdr.oa haw lot and part In stuck Phone

cbmkodm have Walker' .... Live Oak. took part Both an goad eondJUon. 430 Swwanrw haul farm "1IC1Gr.. Fuse OU I BALE: *- I ].]T7t M.r. hoed. UveO
that RENT Spaces for snobtehonsa Owmkal Co Prmn 3433093. with lulusi. he...,.. sVw-
bK. practicing and report to rarrctsr TJytog Tad.ea OR A*.. pail 31 and IM .., pdU 11.38i
they are tread to' begin leading (Md training excrete contorted Firm ef room: KM\ --- ----- I4J'J 31.It .... Mrport and siorag room .. _
the taM to spirited ,.oa. 11wdwIlNdom by I Corp *tfu from DM 414toKort Sad ckA. Good sell water, FOR IIAJ..R P tan tr.... psch. -- --- city sewerage. located on U,t*

are Judy Humphries.Janiot *. Lake for fishing and svtmMlngMortsas pear plus, fit\ WnL+1IIOII. w Iiw tans to. with I bearing peen Ouslntu Opportunity

Terry. Ltoda rw.... awl ,......,.. WWSM staot Just ., Traflrf Park. U. a M grape, bhietterrtea. Wrapped In l/t. Cad H2.*. baler 9 .

Lmda Lynch. Let's (to then allof this teat as a BSMtwatt to Com- West Lr e Oak Fla. bees p eli for root protection. a.. or after paw tahf if I,.Idles gr"lng c4Mm.U. .(,IIft.
UM support that tT and the BaUU&oa. Ja..... abet U"OR ChrtatmM codasn bloom
puny D of Uw Spat StgaaJ --- -- -- pan in Ual. win nn..... In
teaaa dssem.Om lie entered. U* Ana .. RENT A 3-idtwsm- ; FRM Feed SWr*. Phew Ml- h....,..* lAd surrounding

.March 1K3 aad cosnpteud baste apartaMHt for mtt. CaD 343- JIM edj 31-3 .I For S l.-Automotive ouniiM. aaabtttoiM. person ..tthrganiMltonal

......... In* at Port Gordon. O*. 2tr15.r ....21U. all tI FOR SALE Two genUv More i ability Company
U the aUdrats ofBrmaford .
nasals : horse with assail colts at side TiUCK ION sULK 194 lied -nIn. third regional fne
: Tbi Bets Chsb's aaaMl ; ; FurnMwd Stactoelor -
Also OM aa4dle. bridle. a..4aaAb a 1/1 ton pickup 4.*ped toaiwMatesion. and Dtelftbtitoni Academy in
White ChrtsUus wa b* held this STEM and aswaO apantarnte .. J good running oN.Warr. .. AUaata. PUH UM begs sJiswy
aIL Contact
the pad. Mad I* -
Uatf for
Friday, Bring canrvd WhenpM toy a .
goods orbos4 far gwntl aaea an budgetIAibts Call 343-337 after 114 It. Complete training
UarUM.rsjkford. ,
goods that wtD keep. wrap.p.d tree, select SM wbMB has a oak and water IncludodReady Mrs. Adelaide .
to .._. .
nJ.UT1p4JJ *" ...J 11OH -p. cake and pram*.
to wtfl paper .. achool tokorrww. soatalnsr to wnlcfc th* tnank CM. U saovc IlL OM hooted Most ...... sylae .......... J Ihm with tw '".... Expanses
The. good tr* CMrtbwt4 rest Tb trw wfll goaUnw lIP- BM Wtad m dle M. betwera _' f.!... ...... 1.V l I till OR TRAPS 1444 paid white attending Asademy

care. the nrvdy fasaOtea .. drink" water Indoors sad store the ItvM BotOtng c. and wed -- ..,. bete ....,5e: reed atckii*. Ashley M. Pfltena4. .. For eVtaito writ LurOn

ew art*. LrtH aB help .. stake u..e... probably .....*. Cheep taw Out O.. ..u.. There are p.ople who would .. ---. .... Was ... | tot H. W...... I31S3 ... M..... TaflaAMae. Bush.
tats ft ham CbrtstsBM for those taw mew soataKMT real" lad paid 31-3* raUwr be atck 11IM working sM w. M eisu.e*hid/.. Ft*, Phon* 343-1711 s.11| II "* edict
wtM. art laas fortunate than .... and Mil R ,....", 39-11


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Central Preen Washington l Writer :-'

TrTASHIVGTON! brief period of calm that has typified 3 f
W the Washington atmosphere since the adjournment of
Congress and the Texas recuperative period of President John
son Is about to come to an end. < (
Administration efforts to check Inflationary trends, the continued
build-up In Viet Nam and work on the forthcoming: an
nual message to the coming session of Congress ,
t.. are having their effect on the pace of
", official activity in the capital '
'\' President Johnson' annual "State of the
't7' Union" message to Congress in January undoubtedly .
,41 will be a mixture of commendation J
6 for work done and a plea for more of the
itsame In 1966. The President is very much
aware that, politically speaking-, 1966 could J
be his last best harvest year for a legislative1 x
T crop. He can be counted on to take fullest .
advantage of the situation that give the
Democratic party a heavy plurality of votes
President Johnton in both Senate and House. 4A
The administration's anti-Inflation fight 1* W
Looks ahead tougher. Official action to discourage' priceto qrk
i968 Increase in aluminum and copper have 3
placed: the administration in a posture that Is
interpreted by business a* anti-business. This I* the last thing
that Johnson want to see, but he Is willing to risk the complaint
in the Interest of an wring continued orderly growth In
the economy. !
What is rarely mentioned i* that the federal stockpiling pro
gram had, as a collateral goal, price stability when the stock:
were being accumulated: Reason dictates that if price stabilityIs
desirable industry at a time when they may have been
shaky, the same process should be used In reverse when In.
flatlonary price Increases threaten.
Viet Nam remains the principle topic in official Washington
a* the year rears an end The necessities of that contest will _
dictate all other policies In the years immediately ahead, not
only in a military sense, but In the fields of politic and
economic, as well xL
e .
IIAIRY PROBLEM-High school kid who yearn for longhair
a* a mean of asserting their individuality can take heart
When they get a little older they'll find that Uncle Sam I II
more lenient with the rule than their principal. At least the
Air Force is. s.
Some time ago, the Air Force fired an employe at an Alaska
air base because he had a beard. But the bearded pne also had a .
firm set of principles, among them being freedom of expression '
That beard expressed something for him. UI
He appealed and got Sen. !D. L. Bartlett of Alaska on his
side. He also got the National Federation of Federal Employes,
a union of government worker of wblch he I II ,a member, to
take up his cause.
The Air Force said It had nothing against beard, but cited
medical evidence that it made men more susceptible to frostbite,
Senator Bartlett took issue with that pointing
out that beards are a* Alaskan as apple pie, and Air Fort

dough more common In the ,state and had that a virtually beard and every virtually sour Frowned On : Why Not Give A Gift That Will Be
/ none of them suffered frostbite One
Bartlett also declared that If the Air Force
was allowed to win the case, it might next go after mustaches, '( Enjoyed All Year Round ,:
bleached hair or cuffles trousers.
Anyway, the Air Force -reconsidered and reinstated the ...... ... > .," .
employe with full back pay. I ';\ II '. By the Whole ? ..

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Leon McKcitkn I Advice Given On Preparing Holiday Fruit Cakes Farm Bureau To hearO

r11UnITY a v Grass Pelleting

Course Enjoy homemade fruit cakes as i To glace a dark fruit cat: about an hour before the baking The Suwannee County Farm

Completes holiday desserts and give them brush the surface with a mixtureof 1 time la completed.Let Bureau will meet tonight (Thursday

eaJ11111 Seoond U Leon A. McKelth, for Christmas gifts say nutritionists molasses and water Use honey the cake cool completely ) at 7 pm. In the Wellborn
news with the Florida Agricultural and water or egg white and water before wrapping to prevent. mold. Methodist Church about two
son of Mr. and MM. Leon A. Me-
Kelthen of 808 S. Pine. Live Oak ( Ertenalon Service. for a light fruit cake. Do this Ing. Wrap the cooled: cake In wax blocka north of Blak i Lowe

has been graduated at Davit- Select fruit cake Ingredientswith covered service station.

Monthan AFB, Arts from the care. Be sure the fat butter Travis Sapp Aboard The program will >Jwludea:
Pine LevelMrs. training course for U. S. Air margarine or allpurposeshortening place. Fruit cakes are generally demonstration of Fairfield Farm-

Force F-4C Phanthom II pilots.Lt. used In the cake Is USS America best after being stored for sev- era new grass pelleting opera-
fresh with no signs of off odor or ral weeks or longer. Well wrapped tions.
McKelthen. a graduate of Aviation Ordnanceman AirmanTravis
Barry Lepper and dough,. Sunday afternoon. fruit cakes may be kept In
flavor, Nuts should be absolutely
Suwannee High School U being O. Sapp USN con of Mr.
ter. Robin and Elaine Ander I Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes the freeier for a
fresh because they contain fat year
reassigned to MacDlU AFB. Fla. and Mrs. R. L, Sapp of 537 Colonial DO YOU HAVE AN
pent Monday with Mr. and Mn were guests of Mr. ant
supper for duty with the Tactical Air which develops) a strong, rancid 8t. Live Oak has departed
Alcohol Problem?
L. P. Fortner.Mr. Mrs. Ernest Holmes Thursday J
Command.The flavor when held for a period of Norfolk. V... aboard the attack Card Of Thanks

and Mrs Drew Holme I night. lieutenant received a BSdegree time. Other Ingredients ahould be aircraft carrier USS America for I want to thank my friends and We now have In Live Oakan

were upper guests of Mr an I Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Moore were at Florida State University fresh and of good quality. her first deployment with the loved ones for their flowers cards AA Group ready to
business visitors In Stetnhatch
Mrs. Jorgen Brorsen Monda,;r and war commissioned there Combine Ingredient accordingto Sixth Fleet In the Mediterranean visits, and prayers while I war a help
Thursday, ;you.
night. upon completion of the Air Force directions your favorite fruitcake America. the United States' patient In Ptnevlew General Hospital
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Keeling o I Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Fortner. Officer Training Corps program recipe. Since nuts and fruits newest carrier will form the nucleus In Valdosta. Ga. They WRITEP.

Trafalgar Led. are spending i I Ited Mrs. Ferbla. Sheppard Sat. He U a member of Kappa Sigma discolor In the oven decorate the of one of the Sixth fleet'stwo brought me cheer and comfort O. Box 591,

few days with Mr. and Mrs. Car'I urday afternoon.Mr. fraternity. cake just before It Is done or fast carrier striking groups. through their expressions of love LIVE OAK
and Mrs. Marvin Aldermanand
Tressler. when the glace is put on. Dip the During her deployment. Americawill I am now at home and much Im I. ,
daughters. Nancy and Peggy OR
John C. Dykes of Orlando speni'' In many people. Its hard to fruits and nuts In corn syrup or visit several Mediterranean proved. CONTACT YOUR i

the week end here with his par. Ann were supper guests of Mr. draw the line between persistenceand eel white to make them stick to I port cities in France Spain Italy, I Mrs Charles Johnson 8r I Physician or MinisterMISCELLANEOUS
and Mrs. L. P. Fortner Friday
ents. Mr. and Mrs. John Dykes. night. obsttnancy. the cake and other countries. (Paid Notice) I II
Esther Anders spent fonda] Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Moore visIted .
with Marcia and Denial t
night Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Simmons

Moseley. Tuesday. For Sal Real Estate I .
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmei Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tressler and "
visited Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tresslej Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Keeling are J' "

Tuesday night. spending a few days In Ft. Myers.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tressler and Rev Charles Johnson was din. NITY

Mr. and Mrs T. B. Keeling visited ner guest of Mr and Mrs. R. W. RIVER Live Oak Drug Co.
Mr and Mrs. H. M. Moon I Moseley Sunday.Mr REALTY

Monday night and Mrs. Drew Holmes e FOR SALE FOR SALECHRISTMAS tot Dowllng St. The Prescription Stare"

Mrs. R. W. MORle,. Nelda and were supper guests of Mr. and Farm Bureau Bldg. FOR THE BEST

Keith Moseley, visited Mrs. Loy''Ura. Willie Howell Saturday FOR SALE Repossessed 2 ..ndS < SHOPPING W. Phone 363-U36

Head Sunday afternoon night bedroom house trailers. Net have pianos, organs new an WINSTON J. ROGERS. Realtor CHANEL DANA -AMBUSH- BLUE GRASS TabuCORDAY.m.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Moon Mr. Mr. and Mrs. L P. Fortner visIted LITTLE ADS and used 10 ft. wide and U ft, rebuilt; guitars, amplifiers mu Specialising Sales In and Farm Loans A Acreage .. TJoun Mol.

and 'Mrs. Rufus Baxter and Mr. Mrs. Vema Sasser In the 8uwannee wide. Call collect Jacksonville, steal aaseaaorlea; TVs, color and Possession

and Mrs. B. P. Hayes were din. County Hospital Thurs RESULTS Fla.. 399-2409 or 264-9959. .black and white. ; record play SHULTON Escapade Desert
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. P. BIG cab 31 ers. console and portable; tape Four Acres With 600 Ft Frontagi I lower Corn Silk

Fortner Wednesday.Carl dayMr.. and Mrs. A. A. Oolden and recorders radios, records sheet' On Branford Road. Nice MATCHAnELU: Wind Song
and B. Keeling Edward FOR SALEPoulan and Pioneer Homesita With Plenty Of CHANTILLYBIIOCIUNO
Tressler T. Mr. and Mrs. Fore were BUT-aDJ.-&XCUANGE music. Your complete music
visited L. P. Fortner Thursday supper guests of Mr and Mrs. L chain saws, parts and service dealer. Olfta from II I up. Prier Shade Trees Good Location Foi FABEROE-.T1sreu, Woodhue

morning.Mr. P.E Fortner Thursday night. win Logging supplies, hooks, clamps, Music Co. 112 North Ohio.. Two Or More Trailers $1.600" ( Aphrodesla Flambeau
Whatever the .*ryi*. LANVIN-Arpege, My Sin.
and Mrs. L. P. Fortner were Mrs. B. F Hayes and Mrs. Edward d bows. bars and chains. Repair Live Osk. cats !U With Terms, Scandal
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs Fore spent Thursday with find Dcmecral eiadfleds for most small gasoline enginesTyre's REVLON-Intlmate Aqua.

B. P. Hayes Tuesday.Mrs. Mr and Mrs. L. P. Fortner. the jib,", aa4 well. Saw A Engine ..Service FOR SALE Army pants shirts marina

Morris Poole and children. Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes formerly Electric .Service Co, Jackets overcoat Oood used Three Bedroom Home Near JADE EAST ENOUailLEATHER :

Mrs. Henry Platt. and Mrs. Worth spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. 909 tth 8t Tour small englm clothes for men women and Downtown Area. 87,00000 On : .- 001 TUB -

Clark visited Mrs. Lore Head Gordon Keeling In Live Oak. headquarter cadj: tl children. Phone 38I-21S8. FRX Very Oood Terms, CANOE: BRUTW111TIAN

5:11 FJH T..days POLAROIDAmerican Greeting Cards


New Arrlvels LtmogeaHandpalnted. Near The Suwannet River Malkvv Hearing Ala
Another Shipment of AntiquesCut
LOW RATE FOR RESULT.!I / signed fish set Batteries
were glad to have good attendance .. well a few days last week. Crystal: Stem Ware 90c up 12.0041041
12 94 Inch plates one 33 Inch With Down of \ ,
School Sun filled his Many Old Items From 1100 Payment 1900
at Sunday Rev Marvin Odom >*i seats per wed, with a platter sauce dish, Complete act COMPLETE .
day. The children win preeent i iChrtstmaa I I appointment the Mlkeavtile Ulmum .! $1.06. .See Our II00 Table
program Wednrsda]r Advent Christian Church Sunday AH elamineda mam he paid. H. Choice China. Cryitsl. Cut Glass, of superb quality 1300. ACREAGE: OR LOTS ON FOUNTAIN RERVICE: :
Small pedestal ladles writing desk
night Dec. 22. Mr and Mrs. B. E. Spooner advance) 011 Paintings And THE RIVER
189. less been- refinished.Selected tf
Mrs. Delbert TidweU and llttl l were called to Georgia last week Many Other Items. call LIVE OAK
pieces In fine China.
daughter Sharon of JacksonvUl t on account of the death of his Olvt Antiques This ChristmasJUUANS .
Visited Mr and Mrs. M. M TIC. brother. ONE WEEK FREECL.sUeds Sunday AM. A PM.
Mr, and Mra. Otto. Townsend ANTIQUES
and daughter Martnetle. of Lake .ordered I... five Corner Myrtle A Weitmoreland FARM TIMBER ft FHA LOANS

BUCCANEERBULLETIN City visited Mr. and Mrs. W. HTidweU weeks rue the tact week frre.MM Jasper Highway ebej 31 Live Oat Florida AVAILABLE! Phone MttMlFAHMEKJ
win for a SI ward Phone MS18 or call 363-373 .
a few dsys but week pay For Information call or see: --
Mr and Mrs Hots Bpooner ot .4vrtteement far five weeka for appointment PAUL A. DYllD
Demeeral Clanl- FOR BALK An slaes of tarpaulltns pbej 3 1 .
Jacksonville were visitors here l' 8uwa ne* Realtor
last week end. tints Iii Fresco ........ guaranteed not to leak -- ----- ..- -- -- 404 B. Ohio Ave, MONEY for your farm operation .
at reasonable cost. Terms
Ottls Brown Motor. cdj) U .
FOR SALE I Case 3-row tractor Live Osk. Florida\
uses Rail Mr and Mra C. C Hemphll -- --- to tit your nerds. Loans up to
Branford High reports that 1 and son Wayne of Oalnetvllle\ BUTLER BUILDIN03 tutl l In good condition. load Phone J82.ilia 7 ,..u. Call Nurth Florida Productlon .

this 111: and Jew Kirby of Cedar Key HELP WANTEDWANTED all metal panel frame bulldinn tires. Fuco Oil and Chemical a tt Credit Awn. .. Ohio
students '
were placed!
weeks honor roll. The student were guests of Mr. and Mra. Wll and shed Call T. E.: McCall Co. Phone 363-2003 cdJJ 313 Ave, Live Oak. T,l. 3633S88ah C -tf.

were: 13th grade Sandra Hatch tie Beach "Sunday, Waitresses. Apply alDlxiaarUL 93S-4203. Branford Fla. CHRISTMAS TREES: CulU
A/le and Mrs. Harley! E. Odom pdjj 39-33 -- -_.- - -
Jane Koon. and Peggy Wan: tail U sled oedara priced from 11.6
11th grade Mary Draa-dy ant and Tent SALE urn to |3 60 Suitable for churches.
with his FOR Used and Opt,."" Annie M Mill,
10th Andy spending his furlough and lady to wort select HIMNCH ornrE
Margaret Keller: grade. CURB HOP schools, home Come I
tubes. Bargains for trucks
Cheney; 9th grade. Lyndi I parent. Rev and' Mrs. Marvin fountain .anted. Deter the car your choice. Phone 776-1331,. 31* W. leased 51. Mary Drew Boatrlghl. Myrtle
All sites available .
tractor Mills Elaine Webb and Manicurist. '
with her rela
Lynch; 6th grade Lilah Beards Odom. here and average pay, Apply In personA Rome like new. Hundreds to. A. W ROM Br." Rl 4, Live Oak
Ruby Banford. can tf
ley; and 7th grade, Emory Daugh- elves Cane In grinding Lake Qty and syrup making a. W Drive In._call- --tl pick from. Barber' Service eaU. 3 I GEORGE B. DEES ._ --
Sharon ----- -- -- --
tery Debbie Humphrlea.Walker.Gleatda are keeping some of the LADIES boost your Income. .Sell Station. OTJrlrn. 61J-3SJJ: WINDOWS Look awning win AwMelale

Hatch and Kay farmers here busy these daya. Lender Cosmetlca. Can LueilKCourtoy Also available through your down 37.30-./. |I6 M, and rhone 362-1688 ANY TYPE

Mr, and Mrs. Jennings Starting '.2....' or writ. Boa neighborhood service station na3l.J112. N. All sineavailable
Retvma tane.nd Mlchal. Fla. chll 33-31 from Barber's Tire .....nw.who..1t Carter Paint InMonrALWOnK:
[) at Mary
Okuda Haas returned this weal and daughter, 364. 10 ACRE: TRACTS. 6 miles
of Miami.( Mr and Mrs. division. cadj tf Straw 646 HelvetMton Bt Drew from to....
the National
from her emdtlng trip to WANTED" FUU or part time,, f
Avon Park, and taJJ/ If
LeaUe Odom of U Wilder
4-H Congress In ChlcaanOlrnda women or men to sell Pullet I : __
Mr and Mr*. Earl Odin and BEWINO MACHINES DONE
war chosen for the trrt In Jasper and tale, 31 Inch .
Lake aD Brush products INS MODEL CLEARANCE: BALE i TV set for screen
children of City were
because of her ouUtandiniachlevementa Average earnings 20 ACHE TRACTS 7 miles
Live Oak area. 4 old. In good condition
guests of Mr, and Mra. Clyde We have seven INS round bobbin years Granite, Marble, Rronie
In food preserving IM.140 wwkly from town.I .
U hours I Contact W A. ..wDr.n.
machines left Thrae machine Phone 362-3331
Odom Sunday.
Olenda reports that the moil H. tUver,
write I 30-34
For tnformatkm ford Fla. pdjj
P. E. win be here are completely guaranteedEquipped
Day *
of her
eaclUng portion trip wsj Drive DaytonaBeady -
Visitors always wel I.fCIM. I. 103 to tig tag. make button Bmali
when she saw Miss America. Miai I Sunday are pdhj TMI 'I FOR BALE Bay mare3i .
P1a. or I Bedroom Home on CO.
Lath eta. |3S ls total prlct. Will :
kid broke
Teenage America and when ah years old. gentle,
WANTED"MaehanlJ with 1C'Cif'poIdn machine for pert 1 1139Quarter HelmuUm Ave F1IA. Mrs. VUhU Summers Rap j
heard the Vice President ef UM bred to Pony stallion ,
United States. Mr. Humphrey band toola. Must be cneapHent pet1Mf\L Phone Orlando lolled> her. Thoroughbred .U 1 _

speak to the Congresa.Chrletosaa Ranch Boys ViII and sober Dealer under drew 42S-SI7T 31-34 !' mar sired by Imported racing : Ethel Benn.II and Mary AlUturk

sasnatrmrat New equipment Thoroughbred Bred to AQUA visited the Dowllng Park Home

Pregraas EntertainedA |7I per week salary and comnriMrton. -- stallion and has fitly by her WilY PAY RENT? Wednesday, Read scripture

Some of the female Beta Chit Be Vaeallon Insurance.uniforms. FOR BALE:. Young registered.. ; aide by same stallion HW WUI LET BOB WOLFE: DEMON held prayer for UM lad.... Pelt

members entertained the Bran- Coker Chevrolei and Polled Hereford bulls. Mr and I II i hold until Christmas Call Mn that God led ua there Will

lord P-TA with a Christmas program musk and mule show win Oldsmobile 00. Live Oak. FUraaf I Mrs. PtmsndM" Farm. Rt > I Evelyn Hunter, 343-2633 after AND BUILD A HOMB TO make weekly visits Anyone In*

last Thursday nlgbt. TN provide entertainment for boys at U Live Dab pt)| 2f-ll I ,JII. pahh 31 BUTT YOUR FAMILY NEEIM* leresied In making these pints.

program war planned by Gloria the Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch -- I AND FINANCE tail 343-3373 or 112.un.
Sunday night. WANTED AMUUnl manager Cured Improved HAY Pangola. 12$ and 110 per
Davis with other Nets lending
The Anaslng Faunas, a ana train, age 33-34 Inquire. al Georgia Red sweet potalors. ton. Coastal Bermuda. 130 and -. -.-. -- --
and their 3Cathy assistance.OrlffiUi Chartene contributed Buggi giclan. and muate by the WOttama Town Finance Co.. JU Weal I Any else and amount A. L. UI.., tan You pkk up orwell I Bob Wolfe, Contractor) County NPO meeting
81Uve Oak. FU Aubrey Ward. McAlpln. Fla. I deliver' can 930.2414,1.1.
two readings about ChrlaUnaa and I Brothers Trio are ached Howard Phone 362-3283 Monday, D .. 30. al Buwanna
by ecujO33WANTED Phone 77'-l27l. etU 1t.1I Barnett pin 37-31
glad with other acts sponsored Valley nectrie: Coop building.
Janet Howell read a Chrtttmaiporm. I
Carol Phlllipa. Kathy OrtfRth. the U. 8. Navy Recruiting Service -" Elderly- ift..4. FOR-- BALE: 500 Ib.-containers- I LIVE OAK, FLA. I Local farmers went to NPO

Gloria Davis. Janet HowelL af Jacksonville. companion to bye In. Prefer at We each Southern Foam chJ| tf convention al 6)1. toula. MA

Peggy, Ware and Charlene Sum William H Moore. Navy recruiter IOIIMQIW who CM drive Writeo Product, phone 343-124. i. WANTED TO BUY and will report al this meeting,

aanc Chrlstmaa Carols for the to master at are Boni WI P. Boa Ml,, Js per, FU. er cbJI/ M31aeooten. We 'Invite all f.'....,. and
and Cdr Bradford Wens com* WANT TO BUY Farm. 160 btMinem men to lisle meetiiia1NPO
group and Chartette Fletcher accompanied 7/3.1321. ------- -- -- -- I
tall L1Seasonal 10111
them on the piano anandtng officer for Navy recruit .I fOR SALt: T... AIlststt moor acres or more 100 or more am. TRAILER OWNERS program will ha captained

tax to Florida and part ef Georgia unn: help needed One had, five fears.. In cultivation Must have shade Ion FOR BALE In detail. Farming la the farm

Beta Ctoh ...... wffl he preeent.IM. I at ene PVajant sale week power and thru speed gears.Thla I Bend full details to A T Mercer ooonnaiun.: priced i.99 era* bualne and only farmers

Members of the Pep Club prepared W1t.b...... average eanrtne NeetperieM I ore 1100. The other has, It,. I Boa I'. High Bprlngs.FU. otmrnnt' CITY Meet <.ioa. mi wilt solve IU problems, aXivsnnee .

thrmservee this week to oeoearrWilts C thr** horsepower and automatM I pdjj 31-3 PAUL A. BYRD. Realtor Ceunly NPO. Johnnie

bone the hartrthalt teams ef Roy I'owm Jr. R. RuMe. Dept D-t P. O. Be I drive |TI Both In eaettlentcoMMtan. WAIffTO- 4M a Ohio A... Jenklfk. ptealdent. bM IIIAU.M

Bradford lOgh on lo victory. I. In KxcrtW >4f 7. Memphis. Term pajh 1 1 Call H2.2.,.. for good BUY practice- Will gash Call Live Oak. Florida Hrlicnuc MOTOR- -
JO.IJi Phone 343-1369
Oraage and blue handshaker Army PvL' Ray Power Jr.. 34.: pea. 343-1346. rail 31WAJfTTO"BUY elf .HOT r For' prompt efficient
wen bought for use during the Mr and Mrs. i OlTBAUnOsTwaihtng --
whoa parent machine. anvtee A good aeleatlon af mo-
FOR RENT .. lr.ilets _. .
3 to
gaanea.Basketball. O. Power. bee at 313 N -- ---- -
Cbarty |7i and OK dryer 111 tows and pert In stock. Phone
cheerleaders havebeen Walker 8*. Live Oak. took part Both hi good condition gJO Bawtnne haul farm Uactore. Pure Oil tH BALE 3-a.dr.w houM 343-3979. May Road. Use
practicing and report that In nerctae "Flying Tack)**, a FOR RENT Scat for mobflehomo Ave paj II and Chemkal Co. Phon MJ3093. with nalu/al gar sw...,.. drew Oak. Ida 3I-3H

they are ready ..* begin leading flea training eteros avndurted. *' Plenty ef room, Nice --- cdJJ 31-39 hh carport and star Me room.ellf .

the fane In spirited ,.11I. The by I Corp unit* from Dc 618In and clean. Good w.U ..In. FOR BALE: Peens leesc, path. overate. healed an large

cheerleaders are Judy Hvavphrtea. Korea. Lake for. fishing and ewtmmingMorgan pear, plum. fIf. peMeaw.grape. W earner" krt. with I beartne pecan Duslfita OpportnnltyFaeleet '

Janice Terry. Linda ....... and pvwera. ....... since June et Traitor Park. U. 8. 90 hlwebrrrtn." Wrapped InpIaaUt rbep lre., Call 343-3441 before 9a

Lynda Lynch. Ufa give them aO this year to a meehenle In Company Wee. live Oak. "... Phone far root pretectieeLdetstaa. as, ar after 4 ,.. send ifI growing aaametle eom-
of theavpport that they and the Bat 343-3414. .... U cactus M MOOMFRM
D of the 9U* 9agMU ant In U 8. win fmanee in
team totkm. Be entered the Army .. JtedVoomapartment Fred ..... Phone H2.
ron RENT A wwannee and urroundlneounilea. ,
143 and cmwptoted lade 214 wire 3 1.3' For s.J.-A.tomoth.
for rent CaB 343m aaahtUoua person with
trHntnt at Fort Gordon 0. er 943-3743. aJl Urea erganiMnonaJ abtilty. Company
resunoer to the atodeota of FOR BALE w Tw gentle Marehonea
with ...D colts al ode LUCK PUN BALK INS f r. epenlne third regional. efflee
Braaferd n..a ChaVa annual
: Kf.W l WATER tOOn Funitobed Bachetor Alec CM saddle. hrta and 1/3)) ton pM".... .-.... traiws.aabauon. an4 Dutrthutore* ademy In
WlUto OtfMmaa wffl he held this
and apartments
wasters I .... good runntAa1 Mutt.lion. AUa Ca. First" .1... begins
Friday. Brta* canned. goad orhoed When you buy a stand for the for budget aaddto pa4.Prta4 to Can
gentlemen an
Call 343-337 aft.r I M January IT. Complete& training
i..hleb has a water I' tact Mn. Adelaide Martin
goods that wm keep wrapped tree select Lights and wits Included
.. hi ..'e.up. lake and
9U II promo
to whfto. paper, to achoal tomorrtw. container se wtok the trunk can Rudy to mere .a OM hooked Braalord. Fla. /3/-2111 ___ _
tics wtJl.
.wH.geease. given. Expenaaa
The goada are OetnhwUe4 reat. The tree win eoBtkme .. tap. See "" .,u4&I pdJI 34-34 dee.d.s.d.II/tee are bs..1.he 3a W SALT Oft Ai.iM paid wtule altendlAf Academy

axons (be needy famOee of drink" water todoora and maretaaa tween the Neal BoUBn C*. end wW Nap a>t 1 11heMaebi'N'i Peed 1M..... Ashley M. FrMan. P r eVtails write Lurttne Bush.IJ14 .
oor arta. Lrtl afl beto to aaake yen prcoaMy ....... Chert 1M alt Oe I Tbr art 9*.efae. wh weld wserw/.d red 8U. I Bow II, .....*. M. Maws TaOanaaaee.

toes a happy Chrtetaaaa 9ar those tte metal eoBUtner. every 4y SUUea.pejd Sl-tt, rather he atck than wortlr .e-w e.W N(r.5rs. PIe Phone 349-1713 f.jj 31 "... wild Non
wbe are her fartonal* than we. and retuiB rverahuty.


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He Is married to the formei r liner. Their home is In Florida
Farlda Mary Renner of Toledo. and they also maintain a' real-
Former Suwannean FeaturedIn Ohio, who is no stranger hersell r dence in Tulsa, Okla. They have ,
to the traveling and.moving thai t three children Michael, Tamara
goes along with being a good pipe I and Robert.

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National Trade Magazine .

L), Light and lithe leather. .. .

The August issue of Brothers Co., you will find that company two War Emergency all work being done by the 'com- :
Engineer which styles Itself as he has been there at least once in Pipelines to carry crude oil and pany in the Eastern and Western fluffy warm lining
"Exclusively The Magazine of the 25 years of his pipeline career. products from the Oulf Coast to Hemispheres.
Cross-Country Pipelines", had an To break his travels down Into the Atlantic Seaboard were to be Even though Jones has risen to
article''outlining the career of' a actual air miles would be a tre- built consisting of one "Big Inch the top In'his field he has never cL! "
former Suwannee Bulldog football mendous task Indeed, but in one I and one "Little Big Inch" pipelines forgotten any' of the "old time" 1) JJ ,'
player and a graduate of Suwan- year alone he crossed the Atlantic. and Williams Brothers was pipellneri who worked under his ,
nee High School. 13 times and made three trips to awarded a major part of this supervision in Venezuela, and I
Marvin E. Jones, la the son of South America. construction. One of the most they still call on him personally "SORORITY" .i
Claude E Jones and the late MM. His pipeline career started difficult aspects of this project whenever they are seeking a job I "
Jones. Mr Jones lives at Suwan- when he went to work for Williams was the three crossings of the on a current Williams Brothers Comfy' Slippers
nee Springs. Mrs. Jones died Brothers in 1940 as an engineer Mississippi River at Cape Olrar. project overseas. Jones is a very I .
several years ago. Shortly after joining thejffiwf1'.e deau. Mo. Jones was sent there II capable executive and highly respected .::
Two brothers Aubrey E. Jonesof /;&,. superintendent and because of by the people who have I
Suwannee Springs, and JackP -< his very capable handling of the worked for and with him thru- r. .
Jones of the Pine Orove Community crossings, he came Into the lime- out the years.Although r
live In Suwannee County. light with the company as a very Jones can never planto 3Ike
A sifter Mrs Robert (Bernice) I bright young man with a definite take too active part In civic
Folk, lives in Miami. :, future. After these lines were ''affairs because of his uncertain
The Jones farm on which completed, Jones worked on lev travel schedule, tie has been a
Marvin, his brothers, and sister ral other major projects for the loyal supporter of the Harry-Anns
were reared Is now part of the company until he entered the service Crippled Children's Home and the o ,
Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch in during World War II. Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch since
the northwestern part of the After his discharge from the their organization many years
county. Navy In 1946, he returned to Williams ago. He Is a director of the Commercial -
Marvin Jones is one of this Brothers and was sent to Bank of Live Oak and .
county's native sons that has Venezuela as superintendent over any spare time that he may have YESJ
Reached the pinnacle In his chosen various projects there becoming is spent In managing his orange
field. general superintendent of Vene- and lime graves and ranch In BONE
The magazine article outlineshis zuela In 1948, general manager Florida LT. BLUE ., Christmas Tree
accomplishments since completion .a for that country in 1953 and gen Jones was born in Live Oak. Priced from $l t
of high school here and eral manager of South American Fla., September 5, 1917 to Claudf
$7.991! I Plea .
E. and Lily Turman Jones He .
Is reprinted below: operations in 1954. To indicatethe U .
If you mention almost any size and complexity of jobs attended high school in Live Oak lovely Scotch PI f(
country In the free world when that came under his supervision and Is remembered especially by .. ., $4.99.
talking with Marvin E. Johns, one series of projects constructedfrom classmates as one of their most m ,
kenlor vice president of Williams 1948 to 1954 cost consider- outstanding football players. After SHOP N!
ably into the millions and Included graduation from high school,. he MM M />,.. ., rav

Revenue Fund Has $172.6 Million] roads water bridges lines,, crude schools oil, power lines, College attended In Birmingham Birmingham Southern Ala., before SHOE DEPT. .. FORBISELECTK '

I joining Williams Brothers I If r
plant, water system sanitation ,
For 1st Months Says DickinsonTallahassee system and utilities. ---- -- ..

In 1956, Jones was promoted to
State general -There were equalization trans. vice president of South American BEST PHILeg
revenue fund receipts for the fers of $30 million through November operations and of the principal 4;,
first five months of the fiscal 30, to bolster the actual company. In one short year he
year reached $172 million State general revenue fund receipts of was advanced to senior vice FREE67Tiece
Comptroller Fred O. Dickinson reported $172,669,997. Those two sources president for all foreign opera. '
today, provided a total of $224841,731 done, which position he now holds 'wI
f In a report on the status of theM available in the general revenue and which entails supervision of I

,, general revenue fund Comptroller fund. Against that, Dickinson reported -
Dickinson noted a sharp Increase state agencies were authorized Peter ro. N. Y.. claims one of
in the general revenue disbursements of $218,603- the first free public libraries in u. sic
fund balance. 270 between July 1 and Decem- the world. It was founded in 1833,
The general revenue fund bal- ber 1, supported by local taxes '

I! ance as of December 8 was $12- ..................... ......................, )
881.809. That is more than double : DINNERWARESET
', the balance of the $6,238,460 In r _
the fund In November, Dickinson FUCO i"

I reported. u. s. CHOicE I I.eI- .
The summary of the general ,
revenue account prepared by the Petroleum ProductsBULK Chops'U.
Comptroller's Office and made
public last Tuesday showed there $3995
was 136,576,978 transferred from DELIVERY S. CHOICE 9 C'Roast :
the fund to the working capital t Fuco Fann Fuels and c t r '. .
1 fund leaving, a balance of $22- RETAIL VALUE
nf 171.733, after the start of the Home Comfort Heating Fuel :
current fiscal year : GASOLINE OIL_ DIESEL FUELS
ry' Dickinson explained that one TRACTOR FUEL- KEROSENE
reason for the build up In the TIRESBATTERIESGEORGIA W1lH T&PPAII GAS .: I
I balance as of December 6 was RANGE
the result of some deposits from ACE FERTILIZERAny j-d BAG FROZEN t"- 1POTATOES
sales tax revenue being in transit
when the'November 30 balance of Quantity.. Any Analysis Bulk or Bagged : .. ..", Our most fabulous value em! You .
$62 million was recorded. 5% Cash Discount On All Fertilizers Thru February get today's fineet LP-Gas plus
range F I
I, Dickinson also said 'In order a beautiful Mt of Meadow Gold

to meet the social security payments SPREADERSERVICE Dinnerware, both for the price of .
to the federal government "
In August and November, we Company We Handle Owned ASCS Bulk Purchase Fertilizer Orders Transport r. ,, JQ o Q Q the rang alone.PREHOLIDAY. MORTON A pIe, 0'I..
transferred $3.4 million from the
general revenue fund to tho Intangible -
\ tax fund. FUCO '93' GASOUNE .cU-a; $17995 *19995 22995
i doubtedly have large amounts of WITH TIADE-tUDGET TERMS
money collected from intangible FUCO BRAND INSECTICIDES FreshGAAnFITUIT K
taxes in November. It is expected unm. DI/'IUWUlllICliDIS./ ..
,; that they will remit a sufficient 33.pfaco Moodow Gobi &.**... .... I
i amount to replace the amount of .. ." ," MtrfMd mntel. OR
I the transfers ,which were mad FREE S&ll GREEN STAMPS :t1 Gold ....-Drool di...,.".. oil !.
Into the WITH ALL HOME DELIVERY : .d tMuUful a w.1 roW .... dMonthMMl
I general revenue fund. S3 OF fj"'J *4t.toe th,.l CM vtUa. look. OrangiAU.
"We also expect to collect ap- : ::.: : PETROLEUM PRODUCTS f,1. ,
L1 I proximatelY $1 million In the'I' : TIRES &: BATTERIES i' \4\
general reevnue fund from cigarette Call Us For Complete Farm and Home Service 1 Newest 111-Value rant* with PURPOSE
taxes resulting from sales full width lighted panel and
outside municipalities. FUCO OIL optional clock with timer. 4 Apple!
"With those expected additions Sizzle 'B Simmer burners, vita

'I' In Income, and the return of the & CHEMICAL CO. j uslite. own window lift-off I(Your Ovtt to SNIt hi.4 h)
transfer funds we can expect to door, swing-out smokeless
maintain December equalizations Phone 362-2092 : broiler. '
transfers at a minimum level." r....................................Live......Oak....i..uuu..t Florid Specially priced at. HoiidaGREEN
J199.S5.: (Model 36565)


Only I179.M for (MsIUVahM Fwrtwrw reeking top
raan with with grUdJih2.. noccou IPIAIS
NEW SHOES FOR 4 Siasb i "n Simawr mkVOo. perfect tot 6ft.HAS M
burner. ...,. all- trilling aM ...,icknorU. COIN
porcelain o*.a Interior 4 84nU .* S
CHRISTMASGIVE lit./ m. war Simmer karaersBiicoaiycii
i :n top ovra bunk > a pareriaia -
e' and even with VMW.
oven bottom. LiwUr. _i.. ...door Swinr-out
!, toy lighted pawl to + .. broil.I>> ,. full width. !
\ = with clock and timer. Ln:-rioy pant with : t
so.rsl optional Hock bmrr.Specially
BUSTER BROWN.Shiny prioId at am 95. ue.w rmles f1,1N.ON.N.N.r


s Exawwur


Patents or Smooth Leathers NOTHING TO BUY WIN A Ac.. /.

I We Have Them For Boys and Girls

j 15 lb. TURKE FREE !

Green1 Fuel of Florida ail t ertni1
Corp. I ,

;tii 1H E. Itewaffi 84. UVC OAR n... Sb-U1I I I'I
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Suregas Service 1 II I .. r.
ltYa eats. CIHISTraipAaTYsT' iTOM I..... ..
DIVISION! or GRUTTS mi. or FLORIDA 00.... .r
t .f', ., SHOE DEPT. ttt..133-uu BnaTr rUri4a ,- T.-t,-.
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g1)r' ,upI ,

dtdOI! MM q" .Libby......Sliced.....or...HolvtiPEACHES..... .

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I Shortening SQecla) # FLOUR t Land\ 0* SunshineBUTTER Rg 2912S Cons j.
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for = ALCOA FOIL .t,

; SAVE IEG.'I'12' 49 I ,: I REG 75' -I ir ROILPint Regular 2.9J 33. f

SAYE 121 794 5 lAG LI. 3"r MVII 5 9 ", ....................

.. TIN : r- LO ,. SYRUPRegular Mountain Blend fy ".

''liIWI '...w Limit 1 with $5.00 35* ,
order :
,""'t1'' ''lT'- : 3-LI.JAR 39X : ; .
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...... HOUSI'P f:4
R. 2*< JOJ Can ASTOR fRUIT ( 291. Ouor" WHITE 1 UI1 .k ,
COCKTAIL 41. APPLE JUICE 41. "' (t/ ''.:,; 1
Bath .;, ''
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Lamb 79't GREEN3OBEANS 1651/ WAFERS...L..*Goxl 2/49'Vo lll'" 'TISSUE'. ,,, 1

Rro R* 4 CW4k>fl Hoary tool
oSt.S9lb) u. 'CHOGAM' Ri k'Yiifi:: : oii'N'iii 19' f. ::: > I

L.1 1 Breastu.291 IIG. 27' ,

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.59Patties'39' / ., "
PotatoesThis f
"' Staley Sta.Puf. PKG. ,
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Weekend Only! 1I .' f1f, '"
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89' OR'GE JUICE 6/89' 20 79' -' f 'f::{ j

. S199 BANANA CAKE 79' SAVI 161Rte fl
4 ;....,Il.n '-.',MRS HUBERT'S! COLOCN3A '31W. IS< 6 9 W.D CHOICE BEEF :
I I ,t -- Round Steak lE' 981 ,

,mm\ ; A. '.. BRAND ,
Celery 229'jes. / r./1. ,4Sirloin Steak ll. 98 i
8 lAC I. 59 IANTAMCORN ..itiffflm" Beef Stew lI.2.9>/
All Meat Stew 79/
, 5 La. 49 FROZEN CRAOE "A" D i D
I MuH I Mo.4 Nth,.......AI/NOrlll w........ TURKEYSIttl
us. II us. 4 ,,, CMKMN a U $ CXXI W 0 BRANO .
> Nutssa49; 1 0 Gizzards 29' Gr. Beef M"
y :. 4 9"" 1. LB. 43; LB. 39; lb. & A D6Dp,11ro.n, .:./A.
IGUtA 4tWieners COrfLANO) WCXLl
IANT FROZEN FOOD SALE! EARS 'pko,3!' Turkeys lb. 48'

1 IAIY L.IMAS 3..unu$1 ; 1 $ \\ ''1+ I u II .
1 Mann YIWA ,, t t 1E Jti, 't .

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lv9 can 000.Optt.O tMI I cc.t1N D reG. =91 r 10. PIG( 43 I All FlavorsSuperbrond a Eti f' '

;L I Ep AMPj Bologna 59/ Sherbet or Hormel Canned

:_'.-... :, r1 PIIIe_ ......, .1 f Ice Cream HAMS I
--.......:;._.._.._II'............: 3M 5T AMPS t
I rRA""AMn-. ,:: I I EXTA ilrGliiN ITAMn-. i I.I I .. FREE! \ 2 Sf "' '" IUIA LUNI ,'.,..',,,

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Party Given For Husbands And Members\ I Hairdressers Met On Miss Mills Tells

zed f >, ARRIVALS Saturday night the ball room tree with red ornaments was Dec< nber SeventhThe Of Wedding Plans

of the Elks Lodge was the setting placed: on the gift table. A large Suwannee Valley Hairdressers -
for the Anna Miller annual decorated Christmas tree stood affiliate No. 17 SAM Miss Teena Marine Mill,

Christmas party honoring hus- near the stage.Members held their regular meeting December daughter of Mr. and Mrs J. B.

WOMEN bands of members and prospective exchanged gifts with 7 at the Town and Coun Mills. announced her wedding
members. Mrs V. J Smuts presenting the
try Beauty Salon In Lake City plans this week.
The buffet table was centered gifts. with James Hanna president of She win exchange vows with
with a large red Christmas the dinner dancingwas
I log Following the Columbia Association for retarded -'i
CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor holding burning red candle and enjoyed. Around forty were children, aa guest, speaker. Earl O. BosweU. on December
fresh holly at the base of the log. present. twenty-first at eight o'clock In the
Suwannee County The tables where the guests Mrs. S. T. Koff and Mrs. J. A.Cason Members present were Mrs Tiger Lake Baptist Church.

Garden Circle Will New Officers For Hospital were seated were fashioned In U Jr., were in charge of the Mattle Lee Riley president, Patsy Ernestine All friends and relative are Invited
Golfers shape with the head table decorated decorations and Mrs. W. H. Daniels Jean Doty
Meet Lady Ruth to attend.Hairdressers .
Harrell Dorothy
The Lady Oolfers of the Su Wendy. Mae Cindy Rae Williams with a low design of red Laughinghouse Mrs. Robert Tut-
Live Oak Garden Club County Country Club met Mr. and Mrs James H. Williams and silver poinsettias and tall red Ue, and Mrs. Joseph B. Davis the Lunsford. and Dorothy
Inc. circlet will meet Friday, Friday wannee for their monthly tourna announce the birth of twin candles. Similar arrangementswere food. Mr*. Suggs and Mrs Riley Ball on Saturday.

December 17, at the following ment and luncheon meeting girls on November 30. placed around the U. Mrs Burney Ratllff was pre served refreshment. December 18, at the Armory In
places The Azalea Circle will Low score medalist was Mrs The babies have been named A white nylon net Christmas sented as a new member. Members were reminded of the Lake City at Friday the morning Garden at Center.9:00 and Harley Mrs.Brown.Brown Mrs.tied for Randy winnersof Ma liams.Wendy Mae and Cindy Rae Wil & >>&;:&JJi; s >>>&tJiJiacJi)1: );J1 )1Ji>>t >>t uSt >>i 1

Mrs. J. W. Harvard Sr., will be blind hole tournament. Mrs Williams Is the former @

beaten to the Dogwood Circleat Officers for the coming year are Miss Gloria Moseley. "

three-thirty Friday after Mrs. Robert Mills, president;
noon and the Camellia Circle Mrs John Hampton Jr. vice Susan Renee Robenon 2 ..4 \ .; ;;
will meet at three o'clock In president; Mrs. Randy Mal sec Mr. and Mrs Felton Roberson :, L B
the home of Mr. W. M. Jernl- retary; and Mrs. Frank Futch announce the birth of a daughter

fan.Lawhon.. SrH treasurer. on December 2 -J put dift 7rom
Mrs. Mills was hostess for the The baby has been named Susan } I

luncheon. Renee Roberson. .
Entertain Mrs. Roberson Is the former '

With Class Mrs. Walkup Circle Miss Mary Lou Oxendlne. :
Party r1.

Mr. and Mra. Leon Lawhon en. Hostess :MondayMrs. .: Mr.. and Katrena Mrs Ranae Robert Bell Bell of L : } nn a belli 1
tertalned the Vota Vita Sunday Jim Walkup was hostessto ><
the birth of a
School clasa members husbands, Circle One of the First Presbyterian Branford announce
and other guests at the annual Church on Monday De- daughter on December 4. _
Christmas Party Monday night at cember 7, at ten o'clock In the The baby has been named Ka- J
their home on Suwannee Avenue. morning with eight members and trena Ranae Bell.
former Miss ,1- Gift Her Withfg
Mra. Bell Is the
A covered dish supper was en. one visitor Mrs. Ted Rathel
joyed followed by the devotional present. Vonclle Edwards. ,.
carrying out the theme, "The Mrs Dan Harrell was In charge Elizabeth
Birth and Names of Jesus". The of the meeting The devotionalwas Mary Whltty GLOVES! ri
group Joined In games and the given by Mrs. Dan Chandlerand Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whltty ; J S
singing of Christmas Carol. I Mrs. Walkup presented the announce the birth of a daughter

There were thirty present. program, "A Praying Church"/ been on December named Mary 8. The Elizabeth baby has I Every length, every style. every R U

Whltty. glove a gal will love, here now for ,

. Mr. And Mr Lashley I II Mrs Whltty Is the former Miss Christmas gifting! Our selection

Mary Ruth Oswald. features

F lhiI':99; : T U
Jeffery Robert Henley $1.00
Mr. and Mra. Robert I* Hendry I .
cf Branford announce the birth r' f
of a son on December 6. The baby I 9
has been named Jeffery Robert

Mrs Hendry Is they former Miss I
Brenda Ayers '

Treva Amelia McKniglit, I' _
Mr. and Mrs. Gary McKnlght
of Mt Berry, Da, announce the g19g
.1M birth of a daughter, Monday December

NI ; II, at. a Rome Oa, hos

M pital. I e y
r, The baby has been named
Jr Treva Amelia McKnlght.

Je: maternal Profflet grandmother of Bevlervllle Is-

Tenn. I
The paternal grandparents are
Mr and Mrs. Ralph McKnlght of

thU city i Give: Her A
Style No. 6623. Sizes 8 to

ri Elsie Kirby) WARDROBEof 16. Basic one-piece( dread in

Circle Party S-ply: double knit 100% Dacron -
The Elsie KirbY Circle of the I
Advent Christian Church entertained polyester. Elaiticized(

Friday night with a in Christmas the Educational Party NYLONSby Ir waist.( Longer sleeve .. ,

Building of the church. ij 9 bracelet length. ft
L Following the Christmas suppera famous

I program Was presented. The
highlight of the program was a by i
i reading by John Moxie portrayIng HANESto
a young boy on his best behavior -

before Christmas The $1.00 .. ..',
Tldwell closed the .
Mr. and Mrs. Perry L. ashley will celebrate their golden wedding Rev.
meeting with a prayer.
anniversary Sunday, December U, from two until five o'clock. Among the approximately 40 VprasBEDROOM !

I Their daughters, hire Dennis E. Truluck Mr. Chester Jenkins members and their guests attending 1

and Mra. James C. Bell will honor them with an open house at were Mr. and Mrs. Jesse .

i their home near Falmouth. Mitchell. Mr and Mrs. Wilbur .

j All friends and relatives are Invited to attend. Sweat. Mr. and Mn. Jerry Scott PER PAIR $1.35Carrying
I Mr.. end Mra., Larry Odom. Mr. b ;
and Mrs Ronnie Oreen. Mr and ,

II J Public Notices I and Mrs Mrs.John Marshall Paul Schneider Tldwrll. Rev Mr ,

and Mrs. John Moxley, Mr. and
IN THE COURT OP THE COUNT r ...1..., yon, sad you nr* roulrd. I. Mrs. Ernest Sellers. Mr and Mrs I I
COUNTY .. ....... II
JUDGE SUWANNEE I n opy of four or plmdlnito .
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. Ik* sam I.Inl an {h. plaintiff* at. Stuart Nobles, Mr. and Mrs.Marry
IN Rill:i Katato ..f tarn.yn, AIKTH. SICI.LBRS a LEWIS, Nobles Mr. and Mr.
101 Wait Howard Street, Hi. O.k, thoiday
v. M ES.:
I UNN.d. florid, and til. th. orlcln.l' .".... or Pomeroy Carter Mr and Mrs
T. All C"' ""'. rid Pono Ha,,'lm.I plMdlnf In tho .0tb..1 th. Clark of Russell Avery, Mr. and Mrs. l cheer. :
CUImi or 0........ A."..' add' &.'01.,I th* Clnlut I Court of County,
You and ..." of ,.u ... k.rby noil. florid., on or bfor (i.i-: d.y ofJanunry. Wayne dude. Miss Sybil Avery, -
lad and roqulrod la p....,,' ony )
., .. .. 47HANDBAGS
dmnnd which you, or lth oyou pro .r..o will b. l.k.n .1".1
...,. hav. ...1..' th. e> you for th. roll. d.mandwl tk. ....- Roberson Miss Shirley Bragg.
V. M. MOSK8. d........., Into of ..I!< plain Miss Charlotte Braken. Mra. Fred j
Count, to th. County, Judf. of .....". DATED nt LI.. flak anwannn CO"..
... eou.'". Florid., at hit offlno In th..I 5,, Florida, this 14th day. at Nvmbr, Bailer, and O. W Croft. SnU.'tool .
mart ko... or ..Id' County at Llvt o.k, u... + Cheery newt for
Florida, within .It .iltnd.r monthifrom IAVAUOHM A. SESSIONS
Ik* tint, ofh.. tint publlc.tloi Clark Clreolt Court PREVENT PET PROBLEM No more Federal Excise Tax
of thli nolle.. Tw of Nth .lnlnor .oa.....** County, Florid Before setting off on a trip witha
........ h.ll .b. In .,'11... and. ih.1 (SEAL) ,
ntoto th. ploco of .nd p... B. ./ P.I annND.put pet. make sure to have some on our fine handbags. I I
cffle. add... of th. .l.lm.nt. and .".11 Clark sodium bromide tablets for carsickness
k* .worn to .b.,. th. tl.lm.nt. hi. ...... u...
or attorney and by n fllliti These can be obtained IA ,1 \ F
too of on. dollar and uck claim or d.. REQUEST FOR BIDSBuwanne from a veterinarian.
County Artkropod Control
maid lot w Iliad skill k. raid *
VERA HOSE kid for ... ... lilt H bas
.I truck and on* 5too truck, to meet 2
A. Ea..utrl..0 th K.Uto ol
V. Y. MOSES. d......dIN tk. following ....,...'100.. $4.00 -
..... 1 and
IU ton pickup truck. Lifetime Identification ,
1 cylinder' online not .has than lit .
SUWANNEE COUNTY, FLORIDAIN Inelde A ....Id. rearvlew mirrorS
REi Rat.l..0 .peed eloctrlo wiper and. ...h..* SOCIAL SECURITY
V. M. SORER Back-up llfhto
p..,..... Real Helta
NOTICE OF PROBATE Rear .... hunper
THE: STATE or FLORIDA. TO At.tFITR80N8 Factory Inatnlled ....., a .", .*.1.. ..14E /Ice.
: INTERESTED IN THE: S 4 ply klikway, pylon lire. to
Ton ... I.rob1. notified th.t n wit Oil filler \
ton In.tnm.nt porponlni to b* thl Oil balk. air .1.....
lad Will and Tctam it of said Do. Tinted wlndtkleM.. 1! = m
.....", has ..... admltut to ,,,,b.,. In or equivalent ....n.. -.._.. $4.99

Hid Ton Court.era ..,... Nm..sdd. wltklnIt 1-1/4 Inn eak A .....10 ,,
ralndar. ..."Ih. from ,,,. data ol. t ryllnder MINI, not .... tkan IT*
Ikl' Nottoo U H. p, Also_ $10.00 I
tko tint of
.._ In publication.... Cvnrl ..d. .... ...... 4 ..... .,.......... I I
If .., yo Na. why tko action .f ..... Henry duty radiator
Cart .hi admlttlni. onM Will to probate I..'''. roarelew. mirror Plastic Name Pins in 12
konld.. not .,... wnroookedREECE" Loft a rla-kt Junior. w.._., .b- h

I Coto.., Jds.JUDICIALCCiRCU BROWN. I ron,*..11 t ply tire. a Nsa....... Colon.
/IJB .* wheel. .

Dps.NLNAI Differential: HIM nt ...... ..... Alto Dog Collar ,Name
THIRD 4..n0 I
aRCUITtylN iCIN AND FOR. Oil balk. air .1.. ... Plates.
OU tlHer
N cauecuYJOSIE I creed ........ wh>er. sad ......
: EVANS GR1RRAM. or *... ..* *..
.... FUmUff.KMERSON Just Say "Charge It"On
Bid will h* Deeember ITIk.till HOWARD'S
D. ORISHAM.Dofendnnt. .. ...
c' t A.M. m tke rrlo* of DM
wannoo County Health.. D.p.rl_.. All SHOE .SHOP
bidder., ..* molted. to b* ......... w.
THE: aTr.nII.rl. Toy reer.. ,... reikl to rajocl nay nnd. nil Eagles Option Charge Plan
*> EMERSON D. CRISMAM, ......, .kMa.ItIt. ale Pin A"wntM
re.ldn.o ond addrca. are unknown, ..__ c..atr: LIVE FLORIDA -UYf OAJTS Fashion teals
I YOU ARE) MERERY NOTinED that Arshropd Cwtnl OAK
S _...... for dlrota. ha boon) filed 6CCC lCCCCC CCCCCXXCC CCCCr <

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) Barnyard Goose Rivals Dog: As Man's Best Friend I ,I II

Spcik YOUR HIAlTH.: Is the" barnyard goose scouts sent into Geese come Into their own as TEC a o oN I

second best friend i awakened the weeders. With Ingenious encouragement I

Oeeae make faithful up such a clsior they can be made to I
Bj U3TEB 1. OOUQCAK, MA determined shepherds, the Roman de clean cottonflelds. strawberry

field hands and good patches, asparagus beds, and nursery I

Readers Are Asking a ona. When geese have Scotland plantings of unwanted plants ,
the end of their working geese patrols the Grain Is placed at one end of the
field and water at the other to 1 \
they make the of bar
IS rr safe to take pills to half tepid water win usuallyfluab supreme I II
They are delicious to eat. whiskey. At the keep the birds moving back and
get rid of excess water that accumulates the Insect outIt II
In the body? this doesn't work and the Oeeae! hare been serving presumably I forth. Ij I
The foragers fan out evenly
as long as other bird start cackling
The body maintains fine bisect Insists on "stayingput" any
balance between the amount of there still Is a solution A few Uonal Geographic Society running I among the rows. Weeding geese j
The .. South Africa, have some bad habits: They tend'to
graylag ,
fluid that Is drops of chloroform or ether goose
taken In and the
was deluged with I knock off In the heat of thr
amount of fluid that Is eliminated. purchased from the local pharmacist ancient Egyptian
(on advice .f your doctor) probably the oldest domestic geese after he day and will stop work to cluster
can be applied to a. small piece Chinese swan geese! were O.u"v: do not dose off I around yll1tor.I .
The balance Is maintained by of cotton and generously at least 2.000 years ago. friends with Perhaps a million geese now
the I
process perspiration J
and offered to the unwelcome guest. Selective breeding of th waddle through southern cotton.
through the Intestinal tract
thekidneys. This will still the flapping species has produced the Purnesa. England, fields destroying weeds more efficiently
through. wings until It can officially bo varieties of domestic geese. ned that local I than man mechanical I
In some heart evacuated by the doctor from process, the tamed geese .. aggre sIve. One weeds, or herbicides Geese are .
.i"and its squatters' premises.Children their ability to fly and .\ geese chased her credited with reducing the cost
it circulatory:
l" disorders, kidney unfortunately, find dered stable family life. walked to work of growing an acre of cotton from
diseasesand the outer ear canal aa excellent geese are monogamous, they are in a $124 to Its. Said the owner of a
hormone Irregularities safe deposit vault for beans mestic ganders are said. "There's 10.000-acre Louisiana plantationwith
fluId beads pebbles, seeds and almost Casanova to do run." 4.SOO geese: "If It weren'tfor
be retained anything small enough to A honking, hostile goose Jersey and them I couldn't stay In the ANO IOMI OISIlt$ ION'?RAP dent AYOtO STACX1IIQ MON
may wli wr wash issandy sitYtmwant .NOUIIG. fm east
poke Into the canaL
has been geese to cotton business.
and ac- recognised as a
, This can turn out to be,, a I honking U. MEDIATWINO2ANl Ia10IDCSATCNEII SltD lIT'*1 TIIII I
Dr. Csfcnia cumulated In watchdog. In ancient .
, In the Ussuee of serious problem especially If an. sacred geese of the and an occas Eve seems to have been the .
the body. This Is called .****. untrained person, parents! In Juno were credited with sheep's taU or ear first woman ever to take a man's -a.-a.
cluded. tries to dislodge It with
Diuretics, commonly called makeshift Instruments. the city from marauding In Une. side .

water pills. are used to Increase Bobby pins paper cUpa,toothpicks -. ------_._ ----- j'
,_ __ -
the elimination of fluid and tiny screw drivers : Ioi r.n -'''
from the body r are not yet classed u surgical

I These pills must be used instruments, yet they are frequently
ONLY when prescribed for definite used unsuccessfully
medical reasons. and regretfully. Gli/e '

The notion that diuretic The outer ear canal becomes #1r i? j
water pills and the elimination very narrow a short distance
of fluids I. the answer to the from the outside. Foreign bodies I
problem of overweight Is entirely can be forcefully wedged Into .
false. There may be a this narrow space by manipulation. .
temporary Iou of weight. but sometimes making a
this readily returns when the surgical procedure under general RCA1ClORI
fluid era more accumulate.i anesthesia the only way to
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The Helen Master Circle of the Source For .f att1p. Teed
Energy ._ ....
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WOMeN met Monday in the home of Mrs. In order for beef cattlemen in carefully before using," the researcher -
S A Williams Mrs Henry SkIn- Florida to compete favorably with says.Molasses .
ner opened the meeting with a growers In other states and countries U also a good source
f/r r;j prayer and presided over the they'll: have to make the of readily available carbohydrates
CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor sl short business session beat use of locally-grown feeds trace mineral, B-vitamin and
Mrs. W. M Jernlgan In
Blackstrap molasses, an excel unidentified growth factor According -
E of the ,
charge program "M
Alias Duller Mr., Thompson United' In Marriage Church Telling and Sending". On lent energy source, may be one to Chapman It* been
clearly shown
of the answers, according to H. L. that Florida pro-
On .December Fourth At Jacksonville Beach e ; +Ah ant the,program Mrs. George were Mr Burnett*. O C, Bry-Mrs Chapman animal nutritionist and duced blackstrap molasses will
v head of the Range Cattle Experiment Increase "return above feed costs"
Miss Lynda Marie Butler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. slr O A. Lee, Mrs C. W. Clayton Station at ana Fla. when compared to pasture only
Jacksonville Beach and Lawrence /sl Mrs. Henry Skinner, and Mrs.
Enoch Comb Hall.Jr. of / p ash It* been estimated that about with both cows and steers
Thompson, son of Mr and Mrs Clarence L. Thomp- Perry 60 million gallons of blackstrap Report show that molasses has
r This year in place of exchanging
son of ,Nashville,' Mich., exchanged marriage vows on gift members brought extra molasses will be produced In the 75 to 80 per cent the -feeding
December fourth at the home of the bride's parents. money for the foreign missions state by 1875.Chapman value" of corn gain in steer fattening -
Thp double Tint ceremony wai The December birthday cele- says there are a number trials on pasture at the
performed by the Rev Carroll over pink satin. The crystal punch i brated was Mrs Henry Johnson of available molasses products Everglade Experiment Station
Kendricks at seven-thirty In the bowl placed at one end of the During the social hour thehostess containing aridities, such as urea, Belle Olade. cane molasses pro-
evening table was encircled with green served cake coffee, and vitamin A, mineral elements, duced S3 per cent as much gain
Thp vows were repeated In grapes, Ivy. and pink camellias : nuts, phenothiazine, alcohol and fat. as dried citrus pulp and 90 per
banked emerald foliage At the other end of the table was I cent a* much as ground mapped
front of Mrs: Henry Skinner will be the I "But the make up of these
Illuminated by tall candelabras a pair of candelabras holding tapers 1 : y January hostess products should be evaluated corn.
holding lighted white tapers, In Silver trays held ham: biscuits Chapman say when properly
front! of each candelabra was a and assorted cakes. Crystal used molasses Is an excellent sup.
design of mums and satin bows. compotes of nuts and mints were Mitt Wynyard Marie William, plemental feed for beef cattle.
The bride, given in marriageby also on the table However, the economics of feeding
her lather, wore a floor length Mrs. Myrel Haack greeted the It depends on its cost and the
gown of peau de sole with a fitted guests at the door. Miss Judy coat of other feeds and the valueof
bodice, scoop neckline and elbow Oreene presided over the guest the Increased production attributed
length sleeves. The gown was en- Mr. Thompson graduated from to the supplemental feed. I
hanced with a floating back panel Nashville High School, Nashville, 1i 1iy The amount to Include In a .,
attached to an Obi bow Her Mich, attended Community College mixed feed II I usually limited to ff
three tiered fingertip veil of illusion I and Alabama College, both in about 15 per cent But Chapman V
was secured to a flower of Battle Creek Mich says there's considerable potential
silk organza petals with lace ap- For their wedding trip to Southern yyA ul for using higher amount of molasses -
plique and seed pearls She carried Michigan the bride wore a P i ,'c in pasture supplements If +
feathered carnations and navy wool suit with matching accessories 2 handling procedure can be worked -
lilies of the.valley out.
and will / / u e
sheath trimmed in white a After January first they
pink carnation corsage Mrs Bobby L. Wilson, cousinof The Florida Fruit and Vege
Following the wedding Mr and the bride from Connersvllle Mis' Frcelanil HonoreeMiss At Saturday Tea table Association was incorporated
Mrs. Hall entertained with a reception Ind., was the bride's only attendant in 1948 a* a non-profit cooperative .
Julia Freeland bride-elec registered was covered with i a A q r1wt'1 to act In the
in the Jacksonville BeachWoman' Mrs. Wilson wore an emerald beat in-
Club green two piece brocade dices ''of Lynn Hunter Rogers of Llv cut-work cloth, edged with Im- terests of Florida' producers ship
In the foyer massive arrange- with a floor length sheath skirt. Oak was the honored guest Sat. ported' lace and miniature arrangements e pers. packer* anaprocessors.
ments of Fuji mums and greenery She carried a cascade arrange- urday afternoon at a tea given in of white camelliasand
were placed In wine coolers. Urns ment of mums in shades of the Fellowship Hall of Monticello white candles In silver bowls
of greenery and potted palms bronze First Methodist Church. Member were placed in the center. Before
On the and sideboard You Buy-Why Not
piano Try
of the woman's
of Circle
were placed around the receptionroom Clarence L. Thompson served t,'
of Christian Service were were may arrangements of white
his son as best man. Usheringwas Society MORRELL SALVAGE
The bride's table was covered E. C Hall HI. brother of the hostesses for the occasion I flower and greenery with lighted
Mrs. Jack Stephens and Mrs candles throughout the room. PLYWOOD
with a white appllqued organdy bride. PANXUNO:
cloth over white satin and cen- Mrs. Hall, mother of the bride, Louise Allgood greeted guests at Outof-town guest for the af- ALUMINUM WINDOWS
tered with the three-tiered cake wore a two-piece street length the door and were introduced by fair were Mrs. Rogers and Mrs. ALUMINUM SIDING
crested with a cluster of wedding dress of Dior blue The bodice of Mrs E. B Blair and Mrs L. A. Galley Smith of Dublin. Ohio. 1/3 INCH OALV, PIPE d
bells On either side of the cake the dress was fashioned of rib- Delp to Miss Freeland, her mother Other hostesses were Mrs C BATHTUBS
W Riley Mrs. O C. (
were silver cannelabras with tapers bon lace She wore a pink carnation Mrs Charles Freeland and Head Mrs LAVATORIESSINKS '.
and arrangements of white corsage Mrs Lawrence H Rogers of Live Carr Settle Mrs Arthur Phillips
mums and satin bellsThe Mrs Thompson, mother of the Oak mother of the groom-elect Mrs, Thomas Folsom and Mrsp
punch table was covered bride groom wore a navy silk Pouring were Mrs Robert Free M Mclntosh UPHOLSTERY MATERIALDINE'ITI
with a white linen cutwork cloth book Mrs James E. Collins, aunt land. Mrs. J. N. Hawkins, and Girls who assisted and registered : TABLES

.... ., Mrs. J. R. Cooksey Jr guests were Misses Marty DOORS
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white satin riooon ana bolding Carole Jo Odom, Susan Crocker Mr and Mrs. James David William 81''.. ft Route Three announce And Many Other
Corinne ,
Stephens Sharon
arrangements of white mums, and Sally Ann Lett the engagement of their daughter YVynyard Mart. U Mr WAYNE MORRELL
camellias. gladioli, and three The hostesses presented Miss Vlrtw! James McDonald lh. son .f Mr. and Mrs. TrtM vTUUaaa Mile. West Lake City
lighted blue tapers were at the Freeland with a bras" bowl at a McDonald of llahira., Oa On rtnro* nl Lead
end of the serving table, which
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of the bride, served punch Mrs.

I RINGS --_ NECKLACES cut Niels Collins and II served Brown,* aunts the and of cake.the Mrs bride Curtis -, Not jolly likely!" said Rob Walker

Floor hostesses were Miss Laura
SILVER WATCHES Mangles, Miss Suzanne Collins
Miss Jeanne Collins Miss Maren

J Brorsen Mrs. Ralph McArthur, Mrtm n M c. then he drove the Ford.
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The bride graduated from Flet bu' .... ...1... ...
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Beach North Florida Junior College -

ROSS Madison, and attended the P.
University of Florida Gainesville,
; reside at 808 Patricia Lane, Jack

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: JEWELRY; -: Among the out of town guests
If were Niels H. Brorsen of this city
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Mrs. Freddie Robinson Kemps Havti Mr. And M" Jack ft. Kemp

Open House .
iWOMEN I;_.1'iL f : 'I' ,: ,
I Mr. and Mrs. Jack B. Kem m .a '
I celebrated their 25th Weddlm 1 3
Anniversary on November 21 with
an open house from three to five I ,f I

( aa o'clock.
The refreshment table was covered
CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor
with a white lace cloth over
a white damask and centered with
Here And There Moseley-Robinson the white decorated cake with
Fr "25" Inscribed in silver cresting
Nuptial VOMS I the cake. A single white taper In a
Buddy Evans and Miss Joyce Miss Joyce Elaine Moseley, h sliver holder wa on the table. A
Titus of Palette spent Sunda y daughter of Mrs. Harry Moseley I milk glass footed vast holding 25
with Mr. Evan parents Mr. and of Falmouth. and Freddie Robinson og white roses was at one end of the
I Mrs. H. J. Evans Sr. son of Mrs. Lillian Davis and table the crystal punch bowl encircled > 4
Miss Penny Wettsteln arrivedthis the late Fred Robinson exchange with Ivy and whit" rose
I week from Berry College. Mt ed nuptial vows in the Rocky ) buds. ,
[Berry Oa. to spend the holiday s I Sink Baptist Church on December The guest book table was coy M1
(here with her mother. Mrs. ConIe third at seven-thlrty In the + ered with a white embroidered
Wettsteln.Oeorie evening with the Rev Vernon I cutwork cloth and held the guest .
McKnlght a student at Clifton officiating.Mrs. book and a floral design of white
College. Mt. Berry. Oa. ar Barbara Ann Ben was chrysanthemums and silver leaves
jived here Wednesday to spend matron of honor and bridesmaidswere centered with a miniature bride _

he holidays with his parents. Nancy Robinson and Joyce I and room on a silver leaf. Mr, and Mrs. Kemp celebrated their Iwenijr-Nnl wedding anIveraary -
Gary Martin spent several day Johnson. Mrs. Donald William and Mrs.
with an house November tl at their hem I
ere with his mother Mrs J. Dtartln. James Robinson served' u best Charles Johnson Jr., greeted the epen on en s.An"u. -
before returning \o the man. Ushering were Kenneth guest and presented them to the wanne
Snlverslty of Florida. Robinson and Jimmy Brown.A receiving line composed of Mr.
*Mrs. Louie C Wadsworth andL reception: was held In the and Mrs Kemp, their daughters Out of town guests were Mr. |I KEYSTONE
Danny B. McCrtmon: spent home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert. Y. I\ Miss Fay Kemp. Miss Annette and Mrs. Oeorie Curry. Mrs J A. I V. S. Savings Bonds account for
rtday in Valdosta Oa. Bell following the cremony. Kemp, Mrs. J P. Skipper and Wood and daughter of Montlcello. more than 20 per cent of the pub.
[Mr. and Mrs Lea Roberts and The bride graduated' from Bu- their aon-tn-law., J. P. Skipper. Mrs. D V Smith and children of, Italy-held portion of the Govern I
bo. Vern. will leave Sunday forIrcy wannee High School In 11&1 and Miss Martha Robinson presided Vtnlnla Beach. Va., Mr. and Mrs.I ment's debt. They are describedby
Ark. to spend Christmas the groom in 1W over the guest book. Miss Edna J. K. Petti and children of Tallahassee I Treasury officials a* the key '
1 nth Mrs. Roberts' parents Mr. The, couple art making their Creech poured punch and Miss and Mr and Mrs A. B: atone of the national debt structure
+ nd Mrs. Howard Davis home In Falmouth. Dorothy Creech served cake. Wood of Prrrr 1 I .
Miss Charlotte Wadsworth will Mrs John Chambllu. Mr. Avis
|rrive Saturday to spend the Gleaners ClAM Have Ei: Lou Helton. Mrs. Dent Corbln,
bristmas holidays with her par and Mr*. Irvin Smith served a*
nt,. Mr. and Mrs. Louie C. Wadilorth. Christina PartyThe floor hostesses.UJesl'BeiuL .
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Len Williamson student .t Class of the First Baptist Church Junior ClubChristina has
larding College Searcy. Ark. will
held their combined' business
rive Saturday to spend the meeting and Christmas party in Party RecipesIbrSavings;
rlstmu holiday with his'parrnts. the home of Mr*. John Edmliton The Junior Woman's Club held [ : : ] 9 tape recorders
Mr. and Mrs. Everett WU
In Sherwood Forest Monday their annual Christmas banquetat 0
1aIUon. night December S with nine the Oarden Center last Thursday :I ,
members and one visitor present evening with husbands aa
High I School Chorus A covered dish supper preceded guests. '- -- Fully
the meeting and party. Each member brought a gift for "
At dub MeetMrs. (T.lon coated '
SinK outs were exchanged.Mrs. the children at the ,Sunland $399
V. J. Smuts presided' over Ilaydon Smith presidedover Training Center Gainesville. 21\4' GRIDDLE ( tubes) All with
jlhe meeting of the Live Oak the business meeting The devotional The program was given by the .
Roman's Club Friday Dee 3. was given by Mrs Floyd' Suwanne High School Chorus "
hen they met for their regular Cubanks followed with a prayerby and "The Undertakers', a hah RCA Solid
, [luncheon meeting. The devotional Mrs. Frank Haddon Sr. school band. I Copper
\:, |war given by Mrs. II. B. Wooley The class voted to give a basket Also on the program was an 1
A Christmas music program was as a love offering at Christmas Art Unkletter skit with Mrs I
[presented by ban R L. BrinkmanI Mrs. Florence Morgan will be Danny B. McCrtmon. Mr*. Oeorg Circuits the
pianist and Mrs. Wm. R. Slaught the January hostess. Day Mr*. Jess Mitchell! and
[ violinist during the luncheon. .
Fred DeVane as the school children

[Chorus The Suwannee presented the High program School of Mrs. Penurl"I i sting and Art Unkletter Oeorg Day Unperson WBRUNCHEREqgs circuits of the

I Christmas music under the direc- I her Circle Meeting .
[lion of Kent Taylor. I The Mary Catherine Adams hmbuiaf and pancsk $269
The club expressed' their thanks Circle of the First' Baptist Church Open louse Will j i all cook without ticking, slip Space Age.
[for members and the public for met Monday In the Educational j right oil tM smooth Teflon svufsc. Cleanlna' sy
[making their bazaar and supper Building with Mrs H. O. Penuelresiding. Honor O'lVcalAMr vn stubborn.looking burnod-on food tins
success ( Mrs. John Castleberry and Mrs W. W, O'Neil will I wy In sudsy w...... Choose the convenient 8.inch ,! -- t
Mrs Joseph Davis is the chair led In prayer and gave the scrip be honored with an Open House : \runcher. or lamily-sli I UV'" Griddle J h' _
sn for the heart fund dr1YfponIOI't'd tu.... December 26 from one until five I : 7 l 1
._ . .
Recreation CenterIn
o'clock: at the i -
by the club.
Mrs.O B DNa Sr was In chargeof .
Mrs Phil Townsend f r. retell- -the program "N, Church celebration of their both Wedding "" e
ed the door prise.Mrs. Telling and Bending" Taking Anniversary.Children r VTttlon-eoated
'. of the couple. Mr. and
part were Mr* Melvin Wright e
I William Chun-h 4n. Penuel. Mrs. Castieberry Mrs. Wilbur O'Neal., Mr. and Mrs LOAF PAN .
Mrs. Nell Laslle. and Mrs. J. C. Earl Roberta Mr and Mr*. Thur. y X 5.
Circle Hot<*A North. man Gamble an of this city Mr
Mrs. 8. A. Williams was hostess Following a prayer the meet and Mrs. Gary Pearson Mr. and !
to Circle No. Two of the PintPresbyterian Inc closed by members repeatingthe Mrs. Odell Curl of Clearwater. .
Church on December watchword and Mr and Mr*. Lester Brim of 1
with Mrs. II E. Oranberg in Refreshment were served during J.ek..YiIJe.tU. host the affair .."...,i.ilws Ih.e
charge of the meeting.' the social hour, AU friend and relative* are In. easy-cieaeifrg Vets.iwe,n. .ds uraa.'sl. plu, M '
The subject of the program cited .. can between the appoint ==-n. 'es I. N h .a.a e I hr .
NfL H. J. Mrs 'ed hour AHGa FOOD CAKE PALS mac=''.. VII .. Ce.ra.e a M.. sea.
glen by Boyle
Mrs. Williams presented a gift ,.,.,.,.. ...., ...". Ted l .i a.Yew
II E. Oranberg. Mrs B. A. Wil I. . T..e.1wm.
to each member and scot one to a--",vet e. .. ;r ee.l.n
liams. Mrs. C. R. Wadsworth and $349Tdlo.oeMa ceases..r Ml w..... ii t lea. C.u., sea erM.e.,
Mrs. Sadie "A each absent member. I Mr*. Crapp CircleOne 't' ..e. ...CNN...' ewweae w r.i N.s, rN
Hester was PrQ-
Eight member and on visitor. :: $199 fcr ml. *l *.,. s"i'f! s.e ,rtHfO-StitirtM,fiiiAH
log Church"7Dto was present i Ho Alow .! ... lot ,
The December meeting of Circle p ..Iy ........ .... red'J DJene's Tellae peeves snrbly ..
TOOTH DIET _.we was Se .aM. t1Jew.t iMMMf nand dill.
9S On of the First Methodist .,. Less. e"".. .... lost u4 ewws.l... ...
Salford. England Dentists Church wa* held at th* home of while eases ... s..d tw N.siq .. ssdles
have asked school principals to Mr*. P. C Crapp Jr, Monday .._.... .oO..J Vlt r ANa.. J
sell raw carrot and apples Instead Mrs. Clyde Drmpwy presented \'r .
666 of candy and biscuits at the I a Cttflstma program.Refreshments .
:t 1e school snack shop to help fight were served to
teeth decay the l* member by UM hostess. I r
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Cashmeres. Laminated log afar. I "'t'e:: ... ...., ... ..
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$5.00 Off Regular Price LADIES 1 buns biscuit* or cvpc.k..ud.*, JL _
noSck Teflon make all ol lbmaaUrtoiemoTO.fUsmUMalunO'
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Dun for KBOodi. .." bcownUwj. tf *< -
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Pastor's CornerBy Production Of Food AdditivesThe < tr.
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Mon Service has recently initiated I Work Is underway with food ,1
REV. JIM WALKUP a program In the field of fooc d processors and feed manufactur
additives. ers in cooperation with Exten
Pastor First Presbyterian Church "Our goal is to aid in the pro sion, In production of foodstuffs,
duction of a wholesome food sup Dr. Matthews supplies food pro
1 ply, free of harmful levels of residues cessor and feed manufacturer
What Is Christmas What la a I Jesus, for He will save His peo- and to take advantage ol y with research results on food additives -
Christian? Both of these questions I ple from their sins", The name new food additive technology as II t which can be put to use
can be answered at the same "Jesus" la the Oreek form of becomes available," says Or. Rich Another of his objectives' is to
time A Christian Is a follower of "Joshua" meaning Jehovah Is ard P Matthews. Extension food keep them Informed on significant -
Santa CUni talks with some of the children at the Advent Christian Home In Dowllng Park Ban
the Lord Jesus Christ. Christmasis salvation. There Is a parallelism food and drug regulations. I I
the coming into the world of between Joshua who led the Old Timothy, "The saying is sure and Dr Matthews defines a food day Santa's visit to the Home was sponsored by the Lfve Oak Rotary CI.'. (Dan' Stain rbU)
the Lord Jesus Christ. It', as Israel across the Jordan Into the worthy of full! acceptance that additive as "any substance used I -
simple as that. And yet its not Promised Land and Jesus who Christ Jesus came Into the worldto in producing, manufacturing, no useful function in the finished
so simple, for we must know whatwe brings His New Israel through save sinners. Upon seeing packing, processing, preparing, product but occur due to their
mean by these titles Last weekI the waters of baptism into their Jesus for the first time John the treating, transporting, or holding use in production processing) or A Thought For Today
attempted to give the meaning: heavenly Inheritance. Baptist remarked, "Behold, the food that may reasonably be expected storage Examples of these are
of the title Christ This week lets Jesus came into the world not Lamb of God, Who takes away to become a component of mineral oil used M a lubricant on By BBODT C. HARRIS"I
look at the title Jesus. primarily to deliver men from ,, the sin of the world! any food", food processing equipment and
"Jesus" is the name given by hunger, slavery, or other physical This term 'Lamb of Ood" reminds I Additive use Is regulated thru pesticide residues In processed HAVE: BUT ONE LAMP BY WHICH J.IT''E1LT ARE'QtTII" ).
Joseph t9 the Son born in Beth- want, but to deliver men from us that Jesus is the sacrifice the 1958 Food Additive Amend foods. Patrick
lehem. It was the Holy Christ's the guilt and power of sin. His for our sin. In the Old Testa- ment. Until 19S8!! the Food and "The problem of low level of fIII .
Whether It be a job of work,the
everyday ability
given name just given coming announced by the had to additive in animal feeds, their .
as my very as ment lambs without blemish were Drug agency prove an pesticides r to let along with our fellow man. or the pursuitof
name is James But the name angel Gabriel indicts us all as often used as sacrifice for sin was harmful before it could Incorporation into the animal ,", countless individual goals, experience I Is the
"Jesus" was more than just a sinners standing In need of salvation The New Testament says that restrict its use. Now a manufac- body and thereby becoming a part \ light that dispel the shadowy uncertainties.
good moniker to attach to this Were we not sinners there "Christ our Passover Lamb" has turer must prove that use) of an of the human food supply Is a 40 { Experience I Is more than the mere time lent
Child it tell us something would have been no reason for been sacrificed for our sin In his additive is safe before incorporat- problem which has not yet received I ..... I' to : la the observing, toe
about the nature of this Child. His coming At the same time. first letter Peter says, "You know ng It into a product. : complete study" Dr. Matthews "1-;; fl arning and the storinIt g of knowledge picked up
The angel Gabriel said to Joseph, His coming brings lalvatlon. The that you were ransomed from The'two main classes Of additives eayl."However. ,.t I along the way.
"and you shall call His name Apostle Paul wrote to young your futile ways, not with perish- ; are designated Intentionaland this Is an importantpart t Experience I Is improvement that build slowly but
able things such as silver, or gold Incidental. of the pesticide program) and t surely until a confident proficiency 1* attained in
but with the precious blood of Intentional food additives servea extensive research in the future whatever Job or field we suite for. Experience
GREETINGSROSS Christ, like that of a Iamb with useful purpose in the 'product. will be necessary in following levels 1II accomplishment.then I* the lamp thai light the way to till greater
out blemish or spot These substances must Improvethe of pesticides in feedstuffs,
And so you may be religious quality of the product and their incorporation Into animal
DRY CLEANERS but not a Christian You may be not conceal Inferior products or product for human consumption BRODY C. HARRIS
a faithful member of some church poor processing product. Some and determination of .their allowable Licensed Funeral Director
New Drive In Pick Service but not a Christian. You may be examples are antioxidants in cereals level in the human food
Up a very good person, thoughtful, mold inhibitors In bread and supply. the technologist adds..
Between Red & White and Coca-Cola Plant generous, loving, kind, selfless! but drugs in animal feeds naI1IIPOSINfI SUWANNEE FUNERAL HOME
"We Give Special Care To The Clothes You Wear"IF not a Christian. A Christian lone Intentional food additives serve PEOPLE
YOU HAVE TRIED THE REST, who admits that he is a sinner a vital function as emulsifiers, Two group who may, (and often 625 S. Ohio Avno'
WE INVITE YOU TO TRY THE BEST and trusts Jesus to save him preservatives, flavoring, minerals do) Impose on you are the LIVE OAK. FLORIDA
from his sin Christmas Is the vitamins and texturizing agents powerful who know you can't or
I Merry Christmas & A Happy New Year coming of JMUS, the Savior Into In our present day food supply won't fight back, and the weak, PHONE 362.1234
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