Suwannee Democrat

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Suwannee Democrat
Place of Publication:
Live Oak Fla
J.E. Pound
Creation Date:
December 23, 1965
Weekly[ FORMER <1897-1928>]


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
30.294444 x -82.985833


The Live Oak Suwannee Democrat is one of the oldest continuously published weeklies in the State of Florida. It began in 1884 in Live Oak, which at the turn of the century was the fifth largest city in Florida, preceded only by Jacksonville, Pensacola, Tampa, and Key West. The Suwannee Democrat enjoyed a corresponding reputation as a journalistic leader in the state. As its name suggests, the newspaper in its early days was affiliated with the Democratic Party. Its first editor hid under an assumed name when he was suspected of murder. A deathbed confession by the actual perpetrator allowed him to resume his true identity: F.R. McCormack, about whom, however, little else is known. From 1906 through 1907, the Suwannee Democrat was supplemented by the Live Oak Daily Democrat, edited by Charles W. Irwin. The rural character of early 20th-century Suwannee County, well known for its grist and lumber mills and poultry farms, is visible in the pages of the Suwannee Democrat. Indeed, over the years the newspaper has won numerous awards from the Florida Press Association for the quality of its agricultural reporting. Fires have taken their toll on the Suwannee Democrat. In 1906, a disgruntled printer left Live Oak by railroad on the night that the newspaper’s offices were burned to the ground. In October 1995, a fire destroyed a historic block of Live Oak’s downtown, and the newspaper’s office was one of the casualties. Lost in the fire were the last known issues of the Suwannee Democrat dating from 1897 through 1900.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note:
Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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WISHES Authority
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To Stay Here In IJve OakNovember
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It, Happened In Suwannee County

I E"D'ITORIAL I Taken From The Files 0/

: / 1915 :-- Ml)-: 1955 THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT

County AgentS I i I ier. Mahone Reea, Frank Futch
by a British tariff the past two years.
I 1915 C. Klerce declared that Ideal George Dexter, and Misses Fran.
Cot J. L. Lee returned Satur conditions added thenecea8Bl'1 ces Babel Patty Haul, and Dorothy .
0, 8. Mills Tiger Lake fanner weather
day from Ocala where he pent incurred a broken rib early ingredient to make the Huffman.
the entire week trying a. case Friday morning when his pickup reoord in feed and food crops
against the Dunnellon PhosphateCo. Arthur Norsworth formerly
truck crashed into a semi-trailer possible.
r Col. Lee represent the lather parked on the Branford Road ._ employed with the local office of
'()f James Ellis, who was killed about one mile north of O'Brien. Mrs A, T. Chalmers entertainedat Florida Power and Light, flU c
? while at work for the phosphate three table of bridge at her killed instantly Saturday alter
company Damages In the sum of Wednesday noon when a car In which he and t
The year 1940 will go down in home on Ohio Avenue t
140,000 are asked. the books of Suwannee County afternoon, feting members of her five other boys were, returning I
: farmers as the in which thecounty's bridge club and guests. Those from leave to Camp
W. C, McDaniel who has been year Mesdames LloydF went out of control and turned s
farm lands produced the present Included f
In charge of the Suwannee Hotelas
if best feed In history and when Landry F. M. Greene Jr. over
manager here since leased by Weav- (See IT HAPPENED: Page 1c i t
C. Wadsworth. Kelly
I more hogs were marketed than in Louie
w Mrs. McCall will leave on the
tfT of the year for Sanford. wherehe r
rY will have charge of the beat

i< hotel In that city. I t

Mr Perry O. Wall of Tampa, p r
business man and candidate for mwm R t
MAY LASTING FRIENDSHIPS CHEER YOUR r the office of United States Sena. I
tor, Is In Live Oak meeting old r
HEART AND MAY GOOD HEALTH AND j friends and making new ones Mr. THE \ I

P HAPPINESS BE YOURS NOT ONLY AT THIS j Wall came In yesterday and will t
i leave this evening This is the first t
HOLIDAY SEASON BUT ALL THROUGH THE trip he has made to Live Oak mini 1 1
since announcing his candidacy
YEAR. ., for the Senate when he could remain 1I 1r

AM for any time.
Before the adjournment of c. t
Congress Friday for the holidays, ( \. 1t
the Senate adopted the joint 1s
About resolution which pawed the House ,
extending the emergency tax law "

f2tOt/w4 one tear, or until Dee, 31, 1918.
This Republicans were unanimously
against the resolution! but a Dem
And carried It in both
ocratic majority t
Cdit / jf houses. President Wilson signed

That the measure Friday night. A Savings Account for the kiddies is a wonderful Christ .

Rev. J. E. Wray was appointedto s'fr
Tumultous SilenceWhat Note The Big Difference I Live Oak by Bishop Morrisonof mas present. It teaches them to be thrifty to earn money

ever became of the Soviet Union? Actions taken at almost the same time by the Methodist Gainesville Dis-
Time was when the Kremlin Was the crisis Presidents of two nations in the Western Hemisphere rlct. Rev. Wray replaces Dr IraS. and to bank their savings. Open a Christmas Gift Savings
who had served here
capital of the world. Latterly, when one Nlkita offer an excellent opportunity to examine Peterson,
for' the past year and now Is agent Account at the Commercial.
Khrushchev was at the helm. It was both that and some very Interesting contrasts and similarities of
of the Aanaatasla assembly
the Madison Avenue of Communism.It political practice In North and South America.

has now been a year since his colleagues In Brazil, the President Issued a decree which Arch and Harry Burnett were
rewarded Mr, K for past services with sudden retirement enlarged the Supreme Court (perhaps to enable released on $10,000 bond from
and a house in the country, and the him to "pack" It, so to speak, with persons who custody In the murder here last
place hasn't been the same since. share his political philosophy), and abolished all month of a fair worker. James

Where once Khrushchev traveled the world as opposition political parties. A report from Rio de Commander.
his own public relations expert, Kosygln and Brei- Jenelro states that the decree "at once gave legal
nev have been as shy and colorless as silent Cal substance to '. supremacy of the armed forces 19/0
Coolidge. and the executive branch of the government over The 1941 outlook for flue-cured : ; COMMERCIAL BANK

There hasnt been a single crisis Moscow- Congress the Judiciary, and 'the civilian population : tobacco Is not so bright, says Lee ".. I.

Inspired, at ant rate worth, mentioning. Soy ," and that it enabled Brazil's President to Smith Agricultural, agronomist Extension with the Service State &MI IIII OF LIVE OAK
let prestige and influence continue to take a beat. "cancel legislative mandates at all levels."
situation exerta tremendous
The export a \
Ing at the hands of Peking. The United States Meanwhile, back at the ranch, the Presidentof effect on the flue-cured __ LIVE OAK, FLORIDA
has taken over in the field of apace spectaculars. the United States, in signing a "Rivers and tobacco prospect and the export
The problems of agriculture and industrial Harbors" bill passed by this nation's Congress, situation next year la dimmed
production which helped bring about Khrush announced that he Intended to Ignore a part of
chev's downfall, still plague his successors. Their the legislation which he didn't like, on the grounds I : :

solutions to them look more and more like Western- that he considered it to be unconstitutional. .
style capitalism. ,Ordinarily,, one might think that the constitutionality
Denunciations of the United States still emanate of a piece of legislation was something .
from the Kremlin, but they are much reduced to be decided by the Judiciary, before it shouldbe
In frequency and intensity. In the United ignored by the Chief Executive But. of course n

Nations, the two countries have even found them In this country the Supreme Court was brought "
selves acting in concert on the Kashmir question. under the supremacy of the Executive Branch long jHRISTMAS :

When one thinks back to the events of only a before the same thing happened In Brazil. .
few years ago the Berlin Wall], the Cuban crisis As to the Congress Itself the last Chief Execu .

Russian strides missiles and space the change tive who served notice on that body that he would 4,
is startling. arrogate to himself the right to disregard that

No news may not always be good news, and branch's duly enacted legislation found a monumental .{, is: -A- :

no one is rushing to say the leopard has changed revolt on his hands. We're thinking It Is it \" tk V
his spots and turned vegetarian. But the absenceof time for another such revolt. And If the FDR \I' -

the kind of news we have been used to from landslide Congress could find his arrogance revolting ( : : TIMEeknowWgiflg "'

Moscow Is most pleasant to contemplate. -.. whileit surely this one can. too. .. ...i. "
last anywayl? Orarevllle News ) ,. '
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Uncle Moves In Admiral Hyman O. Rlckover\ famed as .: t -.

The federal government has moved In to tell the "father" of the nuclear submarine, but also {, \ '
Floridians how to operate a business. widely known for speaking his mind. r.:;; with gratitude .

This tme its our own fault In testimony given recently to a House Appropriations .,
Last October the President signed the Highway subcommittee, the out-spoken Naval w ., tLe loyalty of friend .
Beautification BUI, sometimes referred to aa chief was true to form when he criticized nearly ;1:' : cfc \

"Ladybird's Bill\ ," which will forbid posting of adver. everything under the sun from Navy psychologists It It, 1x .Q: And for cxpieiaSng* appreciation .. .
tlslng billboards along the nation's primary roads. to service academy football teams. ., i1
The bill also provides U211,1I00.000 for landscaping Moat work done by psychologists is "worthless." :1' aad good

these arteries over the next two years. The pro. the academies are football factories, the Pentagon ""It
ject is subsidized by the taxpayer. Is overstaffed by people 'who get in the' way, and wibrsla the corn- i,

The President of the Florida Outdoor Adver nearly all defense contractors are more concernedwith ,

Users' Association, Donald Barber recently told making money than doing a quality job, he lag year be rkkla > ;
the Florida Planning and Zoning Association that charged in this Congressional session. ,: j Ii<

"this bill happened because yqu and I didn't get The 83-year-old seaman U unique In a time rewards for f'
together. when most people are afraid to speak out. He Is > c y ".

The bill also has told Floridians that they must not likely to win popularity but he may Improvethe 700. -,
clean up their highways by gee, or forfeit federal status quo something more people should t
money for road construction. try.

Now la the time for city managers, administrators -Lake Wales News

city councilmen, county commissioners and
planning officials to admit to the fact that the "
The Suwannee ,"' '
next beautification step may be directed toward DemocratOF I. H..
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the secondary roads. '
Do we want the Government to tell us how and LIVE OAK. FLORIDA

when to accomplish the task, or shall we do It */* f*fJ heart o/ the Siiieanm River ,..".,.** .
ourselves t
BANNER Consolidated LEADER .
We are not advocating taking the axe to the
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Established 1114 August I. 1897 Established ISM
outdoor billboard n has a place in our economy.It Pvbnsh.d Envy Thursday a' fine a Cone .&net Wi
aids Florida's 97 million auto driving tourist In
finding place to eat. sleep and be entertained but Louie C. Wadsworth .................. Publisher i; 1I. ti eX, '

aa la true In any of life's pursuits, with the possible T. A. Leonard. Jr. ........................... Editor
exception of making money, moderation la the best Clara S. Wadaworth ........ Associate Editor ,.
policy Walter' Lee Olive .... Advertising Manager

The time to start the dean-up campaign to George T. (Pete) Wright... Shop Foreman

DOW. not when the Congress passes another reguls- aeeorkl Class Postage PaM At Live Oak FloridaSUBSCRIPTION of

tory bill tolling ua how, when and where, while ,
Buwanaea County MM
holding the "no more federal funds" club over ear KATES Outside InraIIDM County f'OO 1,5,5 ... '" \ T 'S
head. -
.-suSac u 'n0N8 Payable to MftDNKDmmOPe
OOOM Tribune

Hem decorate metal tree with Christina
lights with metal tree there U always dancer NORM sad FAITH PROTSMAN
of,aa electrical shock or abort circuit the American,, .. PUCCY'aM PATTY DAY BILL. IVW CLAIR ..d EVIL PARKER JIMMY
Insurance Association N,.. Off-the-tree q lighting UM! NANCYv CLAYTON
should be used to give both a safe and attractive .... ARTHUR TUCXERPAGE

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to fill the position of the Commssloners, has offices and abasement J .
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late Hugh Lewis, who died In of- vault on the west end
I of the north wing. His suite Includes -
the new north wing are located a private office, large
offices for the county: engineer working area and reception coun-
rr 3CJ county clerk, and a large I ter, and a corridor which leadsto
meeting room for the Board of I the commissioners' mcctl' zc
County Commissioners at the room. An elevator connects .the
east end. |I central, working area and the
County Engineer Matt Cross basement vault.
,y a uses one room, off the corridor I I Sessions Is serving his second
J going north, as an office and term as clerk. His staff Include:
working area.Lavaughn deputy clerks, Mrs. Lillian Rad- Y
Sessions, clerk.ot the ford, Mrs Pearl Cannon, and a a
Circuit Court, who also serves Mrs. Dorothy: Blanchard.

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s+,r County Tax Collector Sara Bawls, center, and deputy
collectors Elaine Williams, left, and Geraldine Gamble welcome
visitors to their remodeled office In the center wins of the court
b.... Thursday. Democrat Staff Photo)
Count Judge Reece Brown, seated, Is In hi new office In the
tooth wing of the courthouse, with, left-rlfht, Mrs. Frances Me- 1KrR['tK t[....a...K..KKKK.e...I[tlKKrlrr[.Rt..K...Itl[.KK twd
Call, assistant clerk, and Mrs Vivian Williams, chief clerk. (Demo-
crat Staff Photo)

COURT HOUSE term, occupies the southwest
1) corner of the south wing He has
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a private office, large working
vaughn Sessions area with a counter opening to
In the south wing, a new addition the corridor, and a vault.
offices for the county
are A suite for Sheriff Duke Mc-
judge, sheriff and supervisor. Callister and staff Is on the east ss*"
\ Henry Wooley, supervisor of end of the south wing, and Includes tiPkC
elections, serving his second a private office receptionarea
term, uses an office and storage and counter, working area w
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room just off the corridor running and deputies' office The sheriff's
south. office staff Include Mrs Frances
County Judge Reece Brown, I Skipper and Miss Sheila Rlngnet.
who Is also serving a second Sheriff McCallister Is In his

of the Circuit Court Lavaoghn Sessions, seated ls seen
I New Assessor Office in his new private office In the new north wing of the court house

". with his staff, lef -rlrht, Deputy Clerk Lillian Radford, Pearl
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Cannon and Dorothy: Blanchard. (Democrat Staff Photo)
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It's not easy to nut our enormous gratitude or
I Scene Will Be EnactedThe
JIi Nativity our heartfelt good wishes into a few words. Your
friendship has been, and will always be, a source
junior and Intermediate Recorded Christmas hymn will of pride to us. May blessing and joy of
Ala h ; every
f i classes of the First Presbyterian provide musical background. the be !
Sunday School will portray: the Men of the church constructed yours
eIT N birth of Christ In a living nativity the scene Tuesday: evening In
scene on the front lawn of the the event of rain the portrayal
church the three nights before will not be held.
gyrl Christmas from 7 to 0.30: p.m. The public Is Invited to view Sara /3. r aw/g & artily
Live animals will add realism the portrayal, said Rev. Jim

with parts the young of Mary people and Joseph portrayingthe the Walkup pastor. _1III.1I1I._.n._.._..........-_.-__-._.-_.-.-__-n...._.............I1......

wise men nd the shepherds, and
an angel This year they will perform -
against the backdrop of an
open-faced stable so- that pas-
sersby can view the scene from
their cars.

Baste your Christmas turkey

Shown above Is the remodeled central "'In...tflce of Tai with consomme Instead of fat
Central Florida Heart Association
sessor Hub Gray, standing. With him left-rla-ht.
are MIL
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of hip professional 'Undnp it u a distinction shared)
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nledred to give modern, comprehensive service to
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!I County Judge And Clerks first elected term, after being appointed aa clerk to the Board of County Here's Where You PayCounty 1.1
__ __ ___ to fill the position of the Commissioners, has offices and a
late Hugh Lewis, who died In basement vault on the west end
fice ot-I of the north wing His suite Includes -
On the new north wing are a private office, large
cated offices for the county engineer working area'and reception counter -
county clerk, and a large I I and a corridor which leads
meeting room for 'the Board of I I to the commissioners' mceins
County Commissioners at the room. An elevator connects the
3M' east end.County. I central_ working area and 'the
Engineer Matt Cross basement vault ,
4'r uses one room off the corridor I I Sessions serving his second
going north, as an office and term as clerk: His staff Includes gat 1
working area.Lavaughn deputy clerks Mrs Lillian Rad
Sessions, clerk,of the ford, Mrs Pearl Cannon and
+ Circuit Court, who also serves Mrs Dorothy Blanchard.

4 f Clerk Sessions In New Wing _


Tax Collector Sara Bawls, center and deputy
collectors Elaine Williams, left, and Geraldine Gamble welcome
visitors to their remodeled office In the center wine of the courthouse
Thursday. (Democrat Staff Photo)
County Judge Reece Brown seated 1* In his new office In theloatb ,
wine of the courthouse with left-rltht Mri Frances Mc- < ttttttKtttKttttlllKKtt[t [ttRtttttttttt.ta[.Ittttlttt

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COURT HOUSE I term, occupies the southwest
(Continued From Pace 1) corner of the south wing He hoi
a private office, large workingarea
vaughn Session with a counter opening t o
In the south wine a new addition
the corridor, and a vault.
are offices for the county .,
A suite for Sheriff Duke Mo
judge, sheriff, and supervisor
Callister and staff Is on the east
; Henry Wooley supervisor of end of the south wing, and includes -
elections, serving his second a private office receptionarea
term, uses an office and storage and counter working area
room just off the corridor running and deputies' office. The sheriffs
southCounty office staff Include Mrs, Frances
Judge Reece Brown,I Skipper and Miss Sheila Rlngne
who is also serving a second Sheriff McCallister is In his

Clerk of the Circuit Court Lavaughn Sessions, seated Is seen
I New Assessor 011 icer' In his new private office In the new north wing of the court house
with his staff left-rlfht. Deputy Clerk Lillian Radford. Pearl
Cannon and Dorothy Blanchard. (Democrat Staff Phot)

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I It's not easy to put our enormous gratitude or
Scene Will Be EnactedRecorded I
Nativity our heartfelt good wUhr* into a few words. Your
friendship has been, and will always be, a source
and Intermediate
The junior Christmas
hymn will
of pride to May llesmng and of
every joy
classes of the First Presbyterian provide musical background.
Sunday School will portray the Men of the church constructed the season be yours!
birth of Christ In a living nativity the scene Tuesday evening In
wr scene on the front lawn of the the event of rain the portrayalwill
church the three nights before not be held
Christmas from 7 to 9:30 p,m, Sara 5B)2awls &
The public is invited to view : alrtly
Live animals will add realism, the portrayal, said Rev, Jim
with the young people portrayingthe Walkup pastor, .
parts of Mary and Joseph, the - ---
wise men nd the shepherds, and'
an angel This year they will per II
form against the backdrop of an
open-faced stable, '0' that passersby -
can view the scene from
their cars


Baste your Christmas turkey ;
Shown above Is the remodeled central- win*,office-of- Ta Assessor with consomme Instead of fat,
Central Florida Heart Association
Hub Gray, standing With him are, left-Hint. Mrs Med
r' recommends, to keep calories and
Gray, deputy assessor and Miss Gall Williamson clerk (Democrat weight down, And use fat-free I
Staff Photo) bouillon to moisten the stuffing

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benhip in the Order b open only to funeral director

f of high professional standing; it is a distinction shared
q-uistmas" bj carefully selected funeral directon throughout tb.

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George F Handel provided the
HOMEMAKING HIGHLIGHTS Sunday Brunch Pancakes music which was later adapted
by Thomas Howels Today It liftS! TEC a 0 O
I our hearts as we make a Joyful
I Make Ours Vanilla
By Just noise at Christmas.

MISS IDA JO HARRISONHome Imagine the feeling .of Phillips
Demonstration Afent I y MICE DENHOFF Brooks, a great Episcopal minis TURN CURRENT
ter, as he spent Christmas Eve in OFFhAN WHEN'100
Holiday Greetings To all of Please keep his heart so good THERE'S something delightful slice of ham on tout and arrange Bethlehem: Hs went out into the OUTDOOR GtiGHTSNOT
you, our warmest wishes for a and kind That he will always I' about Sunday brunch. Flow asparagus and< white fields, looked into the heavens, LIGHTS
ers and greenery usually adorn sauce over all. W* find the
Merry Christmas I May smile
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the table along with delicious frozen asparagus or the kind
holidays be a special time of the And tell him maybe we will sang ages ago Returning to TOO MANY
year for you and your families. find And thank him after I food It is a pleasing notionto that comes packed in glass containers the little town he'saw a Christ- lIGHTS ON ONE
while. do u Is done In many smart excellent, when the CIRCUIT
:mss celebration.
restaurants-that Is, to serve fresh variety is out of seas"*.
I thought you might enjoy these Please keep him safe from harm Th experience way still freshin
fruit "on the On the
Christmas poems and would like and keep Quite near and guard wagon If you like to serve wafthere's his mind when he returned @ 'AVOID lEIN6UNAPPROVED
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top cart arrange
to share them with you. him when your and an Idea. Make i apple hone to Boston and wrote the (8 <<
lie's tired and lays him downto plates glass bowls waffles by adding a teaspoon words of "0 Lttle! Town Of +" :::
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season, together of cinnamon to favorite (
A Child's Christmas Prayer sleep Dear Lord, Please dol) with sugar and cream con recipe and stirring your in 2 cups Bethlehem" for his Sunday Schoolchildren ;t : EXTENSIONS
James W Foley Amen tatners. Ha 'asked his friend,
diced apple before b a kiD r. ,
Lewis Redner to write a tune for IL PlUG UGH1S IN
Ham always a good brunch ta
Serve with a dish of
Dear Lord be good to Santa Christmas Carols choice, Is enjoyed by most folk. rich creamed generous ham and some this carol. One night soon after, ,...,_X13I8; ROUFDs
Claus, He's been so good to me; Orii Cantrell For something different, it Jelly. Ttffner was awakened by heave. = '
I never told him so becauseHe "The Progressive Farmer" might well be "butterfly ham If you wish to serve pancakes ly music ringing in hs! ear*. He "WJq: BY ASS
Is so hard to see The singing of Christmas enrol slices." And because it Is one try this recipe. arose and put the notes on paper 1ra1l1
He must love little children solo on Christmas Eve night is a beau of the less-known cuts It U a He always insisted that the tune iIlIrfllJowl WRAP PLASTx:
come through snow and storm; tlful custom As the story of the thrift buy. VANILLA PANCAKES was a gift of heaven. AROUND WN"
Please care for him when cold first Christmas floats through the Broil the "butterfly" with 2 c. sifted all.purpose flour Silent Night Holy Night" NECTlONSkEEPOFf
winds blow And keep him nice crisp air, we are taken back to pineapple spears and serve with 1 tbsp. sugar came into being on Christmas rE GQH)
and warm, Bethlehem where we see the star crumbled eggs 3 tsp doubleactingbaking ; Eve. 1818, High in the Austrian
the manger, the shepherds and A tray of breads-tout, coffee powder Alps Joseph. Mohr, a Catho / .
Dear Lord, be good to him the Christ Child cake and assorted roll*- 1 tap salt I priest with some of his friends -
And good to Mary Christmas, too The first carol ever head by and there you are I 1 egg, separated I gathered to honor Christ birth. I I
I'd like to tell them if I could man was, 'Glory to Ood In the Individual Servings IK o. milk I Mohr had long wanted to compose
-The things Im telling youThey've highest, and on earth peace good 1 tap pure vanilla extract I a perfect Christmas song That SUWANNEE BLOCK CO.
both been very good to will toward men". This was the If you wish to bring plates 2 tbsp. shortening., melted Christmas Eve, he went apart
me And everywhere they go,' chorus the angels sang to the already fixed with Individual Sift together first 4 Ingredients. from the others for a little while N. Walker Avenue
They make us glad No won shepherds as they watched thrlr servings to table, here an idea Beat egg yolk, milk and When he returned he handed hisrrll'nd.
der we all learn to love them so. flocks by night.Centuries that may interest you. Lay a vanilla extract Add to flour Frsna Orub"r, the church THESE PRICES LOADED ON YOUR TRUCK
later, with much of round of the pink broiled ham along with melted .hortening.Mix organlrt this carol as a gift That
Please have him button up his the world swamped In unbelief on French tout made from only until Ingredients are same evening, Cruber composed ::/Jx48x.G HEETROCK ........ $ 1.50 Per sheet
coat So It will keep him warm: 8t frauds of Assist popularised amburlerbUDI. Then top the blended. the musIc. 37x50 5/8 AWNING WINDOW 17.50 Each
And wear' a scarf about his the truth of the Christmas tory ham currant with a poached with egg French Serve Beat the egg white until It The following right! the peopleof 3/16 Pref'nfihed' PLYWOOD .. 395 Per Sheet
throat If It should start to b yarranglng a visual represents tout and jelly more ham.more stand In soft peaks. Fold In the little village gathered at 1/1 Prefinished PLYWOOD ...... 4.80 Per Sheet up
storm. batter. Bake batter (% for their church and heard "SIJ*nt 58.00 M
ton of the events of that nUvit To cook ham, either broil or cup FUlL THICK INSULATION ..
And when the night is dark In Bethlehem At Orecla, Italy panbroll it Have It cut one- each pancake) ,on hot, lightly Night Holy Night" for the fist. PRE-IIUNG DOOR UNITS ...... 16.00
please lead liLt light If stars near Asslsl, .St Francis arranged e half Inch thick. greased griddle. time. Mohr sang the mlody end
are dim. a manger scene People gathered To broil place ham In centerof When batter U covered with Gruber sang the fcass A guitar When In Need of Building Material (CP) Call Paul
Or maybe sometimes You round wltn torches and sans broiler rack about 3 inches bubbles, turn pancake. Brown accompanied them became the Tel. 362.1531 or 362.2873
could send -An Angel down with praises to God St Francis stood from heat source Brown on on both sides, turning only organ was out of repair.
him. by this representation all night, top side turn and brown on once during baking. Today, a child voice livps a LIVE OAK FLORIDA
second side. A, slice one-half- Serve with butter or with Christmas carol: a congregation
inch thick requires 20 to SOminutes. whipped cream, and for the of a small country church lifts its aKra.wr+srwxe'ee rarmitrsi.rsirrrvra......r.ava sv
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his heart filled with Joy. Afterward This simple performance was heavenly And the Chrtatnm! Abundance! _
Olovanl dreamed the' spirit fills the hearts of all who
his friend beginning of the Chrlstm Spraying Seeding Dusting Fertilizing
an Infant lay dead In a manger mystery plays They were often listen
As St Francis bent over the Babe, enacted to enlighten people. who
It awoke and stretched out Its could not read the Christmas The Spirit Of Christmas The
arms to him. It was the Christ story It was also the birth of the evergreen tree, that small bit of
362.2016 Child long dead in men a hearts Christmas carol. But it was not forest wonderland that comes Into
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LIVE OAK, FLORIDA kindle: the universe at the touch composed those we sing and love bol of a living Christmas Uied JJ ft"A
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08th Psalem More than seventeen life and beautiful thro i >hout the
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II L God.I. Holy ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON i,A**A wades Miller noted that a Ne.-YorI:
Ares Uitt-Stl IliSSSti U.nt*>* 4SH.Throuc family who spent last Christmas
Biulil Omrfl lil-Sli L-rttfc-M IStt, S| I CtoMMM pt1Nel rpt Lisa Mitl-Sl MiS. Si WMM
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it to be the "most fun of
our lives". The family of five
r n hung pine cones on a palmas tree
By REV. JIM WALKUP 1 a "Christmas tree" and .scarols saw
around an open campfire
Factor, first Presbyterian Church r Christmas Eve
I 'r, ht The Florida Park Board is vitally I-
-- II Ind.rXl interested in keeping up
What la Christmas? What is a His salvation without assuming w with the Increasing public demand
Christian? Both of these question the responsibilities of dlsclple- 1 for camp sites, Miller said.
can be answered at the same time. ship They are like some Juveniles .w w Nineteen parks presently offer

A Christian is a follower of the today who want the benefits father MU we ...... -Much tl N.InM11. 00rI0&.ala l Wine. tout sod or* By: tank w. tow WMIVM tofonIrulh Th. Oat whM we wwhlf .la koly. 1.S01 tent and trailer sites with
Lord Jesus Christ. Christmas is can give them such as food aat...., -,.. ,. sad koMiwMt ..Mot ttmmm MMy tkmuak sue *nly partlall1.4.. t....- jMitfiUMiU. .wttaUioiMM.; tor tlMm. 895 new camp sites to be added
the coming into the world of the clothing shelter, money, an auto- cod to Mbmtt to Him w>4 Hu ... Mi.inlnf. Conftdm In Ortat(1w ta( Mt Metes M MWlr ..... mlkMfOo4t sad. thraui Hun. wxl to Him. ,. this biennium to boost the total
Jesus Christ It's will n.... w. fui furthw bulfhtInto IM tin* lit UUiit us MAIM* ptlkwtjr to U.. halt. .> Mil .ra ..B 1111..... T. kM k* (k. glen yfnrvr.
Lord as simple mobile without assuming any re- th. HMulnr. .f .,.,-_ touch., M* *r k-..--.. Chnnkta wudo s pomr M<| ......-fmJm I*, unsi. II u- *. number of camp sites to 3.196.
as that. And yet it's not so simple sponaibil saes. They are those who 1.I-IS, UvlUctu II.1. LIT M.1-1S. Asia IT.It-It. ftmtatto ...II, GOLDEN TEXT ftmtellwl Three new parks now under
t or we must know what we meancy are always asking "What can construction will offer camping,
these titles. For the last two Christ and His Church do for he said. They are Aanastasla. on
weeks I've.attempted to live the me?" rather than "What can I do HAPPENED Letters Indicate "The letters seem to havereached St. Augustine Beach; Orayton
meaning of the titles Christ" and for Christ and His Church?" (CentlBQed From Page t) Busy Holidays a peak last week" Miller Beach near Fort Walton; and St.Jowpha. .
Jesus". This week let us look at said "We have received request .
"I'm a Christian but I don't near Port St. Joe.
!me title "Lord". believe in missions." I'm a Christian J. C. Fletcher announced that For State Parks Offering Camping for Information from all sections Two already existing parks will
Probably the earliest baptismal but I don't go to church." no livestock sale would be held v & V of the nation north south offer camping for the first time
creed of the Christian Church was Vn a Christian but I don't avail this week From the letters pouring Into scenic parks not snow. east, and west However the majority this biennium Koreshan. near
!the simple affirmation "Jesus is myself of the sacraments: etc. the Florida Park Board pfflcea In State Parks Director Dill Miller seem to come from the Fort Myers, and Little Talbot
.jord". The title "Lord" means Dear brother, who are you kidding Tallahassee the folks in the rest reports that hundreds of letters north We've" even had some from "bland near Jacksonville Plans
muter. How man times Jesus ? Yourself Certainly not 1955The of the nation are dreaming of a asking for Information on campIng Canada. are to expand campgrounds at 11
impared His relationship to His Oodl You simply can't have program which will use different kind of white Christmas in Florida State Parks during John Pennekamp State Park other parks
ollowers with that of a master Jesus' as Saviour and not as Lord 8u,,'annee County as the pilot than the one described In the the Christmas holidays have been and Bahla Honda State Park, The parks presently offering
'o his servants or slaves. The You simply cant claim Jesus' county in the United States to famous song received within the past few both In the Florida Keys, seem camping Include Suwannee River
analogy of muter to servant was promises while completely Ignoring develop methods to eliminate hog The letter writers are dreaming weeks. to be the mont popular spots on State Park near Live Oak and
probably used more than any His commands.In cholera may get under way soon. of spending Christmas amid Most of the letters Indicate that the Itineraries However, many O'Leno State Park near Lake
bleached: Florida beaches and the families are taking advantage I letter writers out that City
other in His many parables. To the conclusion of His Ser- Two U 8. Department of Agriculture point they
confess that Jesus is Lord is to mon on the Mount Jesus said veterinarians were in Llv of school Christmas holidays to will camp all the way down the .
say that He is muter, ruler com "Why do you call me Lord Lord, Oak last week seeking quarters Ratllff award for the outstanding come to Florida for a different state, beginning at Fort Ptckemi First European to leave a writ.
mander, owner Judge king, head and do not what I tell you? Everyone for the hog cholera research member of the Suwannee Chap and. as one writer put It, "non I I near Pcnsacota in the Panhandle ten account: of the Orient was
tt Is to acknowledge one's com- who comes to Me and hears laboratory project due to curt ter of Future Farmers of Americaat commercial"- Christmas. 'and Fort Clinch near Fernsn- Marco Polo In the 13th century
plete subservience to his sorerelgnty. My words and does them I will shortly after the first of the year. the chapter's llth annual banquet ww ---- eeawwwwawwrwwwwwrwarrwwew+wwwwwwwww,
show you what he la like: he is The USDA was appropriated $50.. held Friday night. Ward Is
It Is sad but true that many like a man building a house who 000 per year by Congress to fl president of the chapter.
people desire to acknowledgeJesus dug deep and laid the foundationupon stance the project. and the Stateof
Christ but not the Lord rock; and when a floodarose Florida" has paid $117.000 as its Suwannee County members of
Jesus Christ. They want Him as the stream broke against share in the coat. the) Board of Public Instruction
Ood's anointed Saviour but not that house and could not shake It. Mattox Ward was presented the rejected all bids on the purchase
ss master of their lives. They because it had been well built But of the Newbem School: building,
want to accept the benefits of he mho hears and don not do them is like a man who built a and voted to re-advertise for bids.
--- house on the ground without a .-e--" ,
foundation: against which the Buwannee County Commissioners
stream broke and immediately It voted< unanimously I to
fen and the ruin of that house nate the employment of terml-I
was great. Dillard Workman as
You may be religious but not a health officer at their Saturday
Christian. You may be a faithful meeting Branford sources say the
; member of some church but not a I termination was a result of a disagreement
Christian. You may be a very between Dr. Workmanand
good person thoughtful generous, the Board as to the operationof
s4, o loving kind. selfless held in high the Branford health unit
esteem by many people but not a -
? and our thonki Christian. A Christian is one who Governor LeRoy Collins ha
.t) t. each efheerliett yowl follows Jesus Christ not only as accepted an invitation to ,t' 51 ? IY 1 LIiLLL3fiVNG8 ? \
'" Saviour but also as Lord. And ono Suwannee County on Thursday, ,
.r.. ., __ a Christian knows abundant Jan. 10, for observance of Gov
life. ernor's Day, sponsored by the e. / & LOAN ASSOCIATION/ In.
In conclusion a Christian is a Chamber of Commerce here.Adult / 0' .
follower of the Lord Jesus Christ LIVE OAK
CITY CLEK I.... the anointed Son of God Who leaden were called on to 1
I ante to earth to save and have provide proper leadership to 306 East Howard p O. Bog 240 Telephone 302-3433
Harvey Perry and Familysrwwwrwwrwwwwwwrrrwrwwrrrwrwrrwrrrrrwwrwwrwwwrrrw dominion over our lives Christmas youth at the Kiwanls Club this Mr.MDFR Federal Home Leit null ",.t.m Federal Having A lean Inraraiwe ferparaU
j Is the blessed event of His week by National PTA President Serving The Heart Of The Suwunnea Hlver Valley_
coming. Billy Ounter of Live Oak .............W'......r......m HI.M.....!* ..MM.MM.MaMMMMMMMMMMHMWith

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) Christmas 1AfF-A.DAY Vaughn "Sessions. menta for the sale: day night ladles' breakfast pro
Consider Gifts
. Exchanging ( Upon the recommendation of Dr. Parajon is writing to all gram Tuesday morning, and sale
County Engineer Matt Cross, the Latin American governments Informing Tuesday afternoon.
for Roses Azaleas Or Camellias 4 r/N Board will buy four benches for them of the Congress T: J. Haynes of O'Brien Is Vice
public itse in the court yard. and Duroc sale, and Inviting representatives president of the Southeastern
Gardening Is like exchanging flower forma if you are to speak CII iiItr of the governments Duroc Breeders Association.
gifts. Some folks do It before the jargon of a camellia fancier. ROAD PROJECTS to attend. The December issue of the

Christmas while store owners I The flower forma range from h (Continued From Page D) AU of the events planned at the Duroc News, a national magasir
swear that most individuals exchange the simple single to the irregular 'i v ,1 roads almost 13.000 to Congress will be held at the Agricultural for breeders calls the 1968 Con
gifts after Christmas.If double or peony form. In betweenare 1 ex paved Coliseum Including the grew, "a streamlined affair", and
F. roads widen
build or
you are in the "after class", the semi-double incomplete new and almost $400 for barrow show and judging contest urges breeders all over the coun
then consider exchanging the un double imbricated double, tiered rlght-ot-way miscellaneous pipes and drives. Monday morning banquet Mon try to attend._
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list of plants to barter for Includes -
you are unable to recognize tre to prepare this project summary
rose, azalea or camellia the various flower forms the I
from, Camellias can be used as foun- above names, then it is a rood the Road Department and County
dation plants mass, screen, and idea to get a copy of Extension ta Engineer Matt Cross are contlnu--
accent plantings, lawn and background Service Bulletin 161A "Growing t Ing to use the' system without
groupings clipped and unclipped Camellias In Florida". It Is available adding significant bookkeeping
hedges and as tubbed from county and home eco- costs to the cost of county gov
specimens In the patio or in the nomic agents. eminent ,

Florida Room. If you have an ample supply of: .
The sasanqua camellias can be camellias then consider a grape CONGRESSContinued
used as espaliers for creating vine. The grape vine is the answer !
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foliage patterns on otherwise uninteresting for gardeners who have a yen for
fences and well spaces adding another fruit in the back be the sale of barrows, bred and
Slow growing camellia varieties yard. An arbor constructed ot open gilts and fall boars on Tuesday -
are best for base, accent, and notched rosin-rich poles and afternoon Jan. 11. About 80
while varieties barrows 47 boars, 68 open gilts,
hedge plantings decked with split rails will add a
_irw aWe, ,,5,,, IN, ,
InNy. and 20 bred gilts are expected
with spreading growth habits are homestead look to your "acres"
recommended for mass group and If the old-fashioned arbor Idea "I'm not making any more dinner suggestions thin be auctioned.
unclipped hedge plantings. Varie- does not suit your fancy. then evening" There is a possibility that the KAY'S RESTAURANTOPEN
ties having a pyramidal or upright there are a number of modern Congress might turn out to be an

habit are best suited for accent trellis methods for holding up the Iron now until March. COUNTY INVITES international event.
formal plantings and for fruiting vines. The Lake Emerald and Blur ) Crews reports that John Stilesassistant CHRISTMAS DAYtKKKtrrtrtrtrrrrrrKrtrrtttrttratttttKKtrrtrrrrrr
clipped hedgel.Flowerwise Toy with the idea of growing Lake are recommended. (Continued From Page 1)) marketing dIrector for
the camellias are your own beverage. Take a monthor There are a number of other used by the school superintendent I the Florida Department of Agriculture YarrttKKttKKtrKttttt ............ ....... ......

divided Into seven groups It is essential so to make up your mind, because grapes that grow well in Florida! and Board of Public truct'-n who is chairman of the
to learn to recognize these the grape planting season IsSeason's For example many of the Mun. Commissioners accepted a low sale committee and Dr. Rob-rta
bid by Mott Buick Company for Parajon In charge of importexport -
..--....--..--................................... son hybrids In combination with two pickup trucks less tradeInof I markets In the Agriculture d rI
\ Florida wild species have made
three trucks for a net cost of Department, are soliciting buyers
long-lived acclimated rootstock ,. ,, ,
$3,29498. according to Clerk La-1 I' from Latin American governKrtrKttrrrtrtttrtrtrttrtKrrrtrtrrrrrtrttrrrtKrrty- t
Some combinations you may like
to try are native stock with such

grapes as Edna Mercldel, Mun-
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guerlte, and Armlaga. tr ,
Grapes like any other plant, 1
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thrive; best with care. Cultivation .
w three applications of fertlllz et t t V tko'lol

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Newly planted grape vine'
thrive well when fed one-half 0q

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We'd like to take a moment of the season JJtl March May, and July A two

to tell you how much wove enjoyed/ year-old vine will need a full ,
pound of plant food at each feeding -
knowing you and serving you this past a. May each moment "
year Our special and sincere Yuletide Chrulmat ring
wishes to and entire \ with toy for you TL
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r.: Conner Another Announces'Term In Cabinet' Candidacy Post For SYW ri: D !! T',

Doyle Conner, who has served Florida as its Commissioner '

18 Ie candidacy of for Agriculture re-election for to a five four-year years, term announced Friday.his of LIVE OAK ,

ci: The announcement came on his 37th birthday.

,_ Conner who was elected initially in 1960 and re- ESTABLISHED 1884 UVE OAK FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1965 VOL 81, NO. 32
elected without opposition In 1W4, ____, ,
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_ U a general fanner from Bradford ture became a reality the State
. County who apent 10 years I Department of Agriculture assists
In the Florida House of Representatives virtually farm commodity
every V T School Gets
complete prior reorganization to 1960.A of greater group with sales activities, stabilize to prices stimulate and 0- e ,h. $325,000I.

the Florida Department of Agriculture at the same time stabilize sup
wu blueprinted before he plies for housewives!

became one commissioner of Conner1,major but It tasksDOTUC became -, Conner of the is Immediate Southern Associationof past president I. If'inning tlulldog GriiMer Operation Of Center May Begin

State Departments of Agriculture _
and has served on the Executive 1966 FolsomWord
By September Says
Committee of the National ,
ls Florida Coordinator ;
Association. He !
I for the Food for Peace: was received by County School Supt. Henry
M Folsom last Thunday that $325,000 had been
Program and la active at the national allocated\
level on a number of other for the first phase of construction on the vocational-tech
committees concerned with food ideal education center to be built in Live Oak.
and fiber production and distribution. The Suwannee County-Hamilton County school was
1 4 e granted (273480 In state higher ---
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On announcing: his candidacy I education bond funds by the State These, like Suwannee and
Conner Issued a formal statement Board of Education December U Hamilton Counties, comprise
which enumerated some of I The remaining 111,630 U expectedto areas which did not have the
the crises which Florida farmers come In federal matching minimum single-county population
<.< have overcome, with assistance funds. of 80000. and joined with
t + from his state agency, during the I Live Oil's school received the another county to qualify for a
five years of his administration same amount 1335.000 a' vo-tech center
He described some of the pressing three other two-county vo-tecl .
a. unfinished business yet facing I'complexes Local school official
Florida agricultural: producers and I requested $740000 for the fin
March Of Dimes
predicted that If future challenges : phase on December 1, but the
arent met effectively, "there I figure received war less than hal
win be Instability of supply for rs that requeated Meets To
our consumers' 1 '1 yM0A I Suwannee County's Board of
to Implement the chance-over after H. added: I Public Instruction adopted a resolution -
he was Inaugurated in January -As unsettling aa the future at their meeting Saturday Hear Speaker
mi seems. I remain convinced that requesting the state to aril the
He ls credited with providing Florida agriculture can continueto P .r required amount of bonds for the Members of the W March of
executive-branch: leadership in be this state's greatest economic i I I II I 1373.480 allocated. Dimes campaign committee for
obtaining stronger mart modern asset and our eonlumen'j Supt Folsom said that the Suwannee County met last Thursday
i laws for the protection of Florida most dependable servant" money allocated could be spent night at the Dixie Drill for
consumers as well as to sent "Imaginative, even "aggressive } I I1 II for both land acquisition at the preliminary. planning of the January
leadership la required; he said. -
Florida fanners. site of the school and construe- campaign.
A 1MO campaign promise to "to see to the coming challenges 1- These saesnbers *f the IOU ..waaawo High BaU... f *tkII toaaa wen cited Friday night Dee ... tlon cods. Blake Miller, field representative
initiate aggressive and modern and he offered" to rededicate him- .r achievements daring the eeaaa at the B.U.., ....t'ra '&ft,..&. Playtra and awards are, leftrlgkl He laid that school officials for the National Foundation.
marketing program for agricul ....'wo. QaarUrkack Bad B." ...., "Bark ef the Year| Canter Larry Simmers, sparlsmanahlp Ute first phase, possibly to begin :"An Extra Measure", to the group
I Elk 110" Santa Claus award) see*nd raw, End Bay Cerkto, .B..ale Tear"! Fallback .....D Avery, arkalastle a ward j operation of the school In Srp- Ha explained that the March of
.,, ember 1066 It Is estimated that Dimes has been used as a means
Calvin Crtkke. meat valaaale "C" teaaa playeri sad Jimmy lisle mart vat "B" team player.PhaU .
about 300 full-time students will to; research and combat birth defects
( ky Dan Malner)
attend the school at the outset In the U. 8, since the de.Vflopment .
A survey team of stale officials and use of Balk Polio
Is scheduled to be In Live Oak vaccine.
Better Season Seen Next Year January 1T-1I to examine the Dr. Thomas. Scott chairman.
proposed site, near the Pine View Introduced workers who were
School and to look over the plans resent Including; Leroy Dowdoln.
for the first phase of the school schools: Graham C. Owen, Bran
Bupt Folsom said that the second ford area; Clarence Terry rirsn-
With} More Experienced] Team phase of the school la still ford' schools: AI "Leonard pub-
planned, and that he anticipatesthe Icity; Mrs Barbara DaVane and
allocation ef more funds to Mrs Susan MulUna. Junior Won
Will Roy Coo!.,. head football Dowdotn out for the season with ture finance future phases. an'. Club; and Chalks Green,
coach at Buwannee High School a kidney injury aa a crucial factor A program of beginning boys In Other two-county schools which treasurer.
( said last week that he sees a better In the season record. athletics at the junior high level were allocated IJ2IOOO from the Milk also told the group that
, season for the Bulldogs next "We lost our off'nM.- he aald more actively was begun by Cooley HlttlJM which the State Boardof 11.1 per cent of the funds raised
j year than the eight losses and "Bowdoln tossed seven touchdown and the young coaching staff Education earmarked (for In Suwannee County remain here I
two wins compiled during the past passes In the first five games Ind who bt..n.t Buwannee High training units' In Florida Include &o be expanded by the local
', ,, season posed our biggest scoring threat School this year, lie upsets Bradford-Union. Taylor Dlila and March of Dimes chapter for pa-
"We actually played with what Only threw ef the INt Bulldog (... BITTCK SEASON, Page 111) Washington-Holmes 'lent.atd programs In the enemy
J( many school would consider 'a squad will be lost to graduation ,
1d.l.r: ] '-__ "B" team this year," Cooley said Larry Simmons Mike Edwards !(. ( !CIdIClCfClClClClICIClClCfC1CICIC'C
; r y., reflecting on the lack of expertence and Sonny Noblea. This leaves
,' of the players He noted Cooley' with 11 lettermen. In the
'J'i that ef the It varsity players In event that Bowdoln la able 10
I.... before he came la Buwan play
)i; .. nee 98 th II were seniors Seniors, Edwards a guard, and I
"I feel like the boys did a good BUnmoro.! center, were recognisedat
feat I* ... sure with Owe eJUIdrra at tk* COU ledge Booster football
,., .. ._.... cat .. Job.he said.Looklne the Bulldog
CkrMaaaa patty aderivvUte4 tkfldrea back on the season.Cbotey banquet Friday night Dee. 1.1
I wheat colas* ... .rslaw fcaaae ......... ef" tft* jU.-* I tiled the Panama City Edwards '= "Lineman ef I ... .
CXrMUa ReM ha Dwlng Part sees special .... SaUsriay.Da tame, which Live Oak lost II-9 the Tear", ;'n4" Simmons won the

( -slabs--- --PWU and which took Quarterback: Rod sportsmanship award:.....See pMTOCTCCCMPTOCWICCCIWOT -I ICtCtC

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go by .. but It if our sincere hope

that the wondrous custom of remem

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forever. for it I I. this custom

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past year, May this De ,

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Mr. and Mrs B. M Roeslng of visited Mr. and Mrs. r.. P. Fort-
eornrt1 St. Louis Mo, are pending a few ner Saturday afternoon.
day here with Mr. and Mr. M. J. Lepper and son, and No-
= news Harry Lepper and Mrs. Julia lan McLeod of Lake City visited
Lepper. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Clark Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes visIted afternoon. '
Mr. and Mrs Avon McMul- Mrs Homer Hayes and daughters -
len Monday night. and Mrs J. H. Clark and 4r

Miss Lenora Flowers and Jack baby visited Mr. and Mrs y Harry
Rev. F. E. Day filled his ap- appointment a tthe Deep Creek Flowers visited In the home of Lepper Sunday,:;afternoon... IoIIPOR
pointment here Sunday. While it Advent Christian Church near Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Moseley Sun Mr. and Mrs. Milton Platt and
was cool and rainy had good services Lake City Sunday. day afternoon. daughter, Jan, and Patricia Clark]
Mrs. Day came with him. O. D. Beach was a business and Mrs. Norman Anders ff Gainesville, and Mr.:and Mrs ypUR FRwK)1HgNAPCNEEdAOF
visitor in Gainesville Thursday Mr Leroy Hunter and children of the OA DY
PFC John Tldwell. U. S Ar- visited Norman Anders Sr. In The only thing' the matter AND
Mr and Mrs. C. C Hemphilland Clayland Community were din-
stationed In Berlin Germany
my Tallahassee Memorial Hospital with our budget, dear If
is spending his furlough with his son, Wayne, of Oalnesvlll ner guests of Mr and Mrs W. B "
Sunday your salary.
parents Mr. and Mrs W. H TM- were guests of Mr and Mrs. Wll Clark Sunday.Mr. GOOD
Beach' Mr and Mrs Drew Holmes visIted and Mrs. Oscar brim spent HOypUaS
well and other relatives here. lie Saturday night and SON ?
visiting his Sunday. Mrs J H Reynolds In Live the week end with Mr and Mr DAY$
Donald Cason is i THE
Herschell and We have been having lots of Oak Thursday night Orover Baxter at Klesimmee ALL ,
brothers, :
and Mrs. H. M. Moore attended of the .' COME
Mr Words Wise
Leslie Hughey visited Mr and
Carroll, and their families this rain lately, hope it does not freeze -
week after it stops services at Church of Got. Mrs. L. P Fortner Saturday af Education would be much

Chief Gunner's Mate, U.S.N., of Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Beach visited Dowllng Park Saturday night ternoon. more effective U 1U purposewas
Charleston. In Cedar Keys and Perry Mr and Mrs Don Woodruffand Miss Emma Lou Clark of Gainesville to ensure that by the
the U.8.S. Manley and I
S. C., when on land, visited Wednesday. grandson of Jacksonville spent Friday night with time they leave school very OFFICERS, DIRECTORS and EMPLOYEES of
I spent the week end here with Mr Mrs. W. B Clark Sunday after boy and girl should know
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. D.
and Mrs L. P. Fortner Mr and Mrs. Ernest Holmes how much they do not know,
Beach Saturday night Gary Always use flameproof decora- NORTH FLORIDA PRODUCTION
I Mr and Mrs Ellis Baxter, Ely visited Mr and Mrs. Drew Holmes and be imbued with a lifelong .
Beach went home with him for a tlons when trimming the tree.
Clark visited
Baxter, and Julian Friday night desire to know it.
week's Visit. I Preferably, you should use those Mrs Allef Stewart at Bay Pines -(Sir William Haley) I I
Mr. and Mrs B. M. Roeslng Of CREDIT ASSOCIATION
Mr. and Mrs Hots Spooner and made of glass, metal or fire-re
Hospital Friday St. Louie Mo., visited Mr. an<*
daughter, Ginger, of Jacksonville : slstant material. i
visited here last week end. Mrs. L. P. Fortner visited MrH Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Clark Krf.tKr.rf Y.+xYrr erKrKf..rr ".tr"".. <<._...VV trxrrrr'xrctrrrerc
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Mr and Mrs. Bill Bartley and If part of your Christmas display Mrs Clara Bell Sapp visited noon. rne nxrrcrer<.rrr+cr.rter a e e e err r+ir.a e+srerrntrrrsrre er+erers aeAL
children, Sandra and Dell, of Includes an electrical train, Branford Mon Mrs. W. B. Clark and daughter
Mrs W. B. Bass at
Newberry were guests of Mr and the tracks should be set up away Janie, visited\ Mr. and Mrs. Dr! '

Mrs O. D Beach Saturday* evening I from the tree. A spark from a toy day.Leslie Hughey. spent Sunday 1 Ir Holmes Monday morning. l( I r

train under a tree could cause a Madison with his parents, Mr.
Rev. Marvin Odom filled his Christmas fire !
and Mrs. Drew Hughey

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and Elaine Anders visited Nelda 6

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William Moore visited Mr. anMrs 000 bRfIID
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ternoon.Mr .
and Mrs John C. Dykes of NFL GREAT .

and we are proud to take this oppor- Orlando spent Sunday with Mr. PLAYED 26 SEASONS? [ )

tunity to say, "Thank You" to all and Mrs John F Dykes. It
Mrs. Jamie Slngletary and
our good friends. May the season be visited Mrs BI
daughter, Lucille
filled with happiness for one and our! F Mrs.Hayes Clara Saturday Bell morning Sapp visited IK OOfg ir n oom

Hiss Janice Dykes Saturday at-

I ternoon.Mr. and Mrs Paul Driver and ( The Chrktmas season will always be a

daughter, Renee, visited Mr. and time for the expression of good will cod J
Mrs. R W. Moseley Sunday af- ta,
ternoon. the exchange of friendly greetings. In

Miss Janice Dykes spent Sunday this spirit of friendship and with genes

with Joan Anders ine appreciation for the pleasant rda
Mr. and Mrs. B. F Hayes spent
Sunday with Mr and Mrs. L. V At.NESSER,LroeM.J. lions we have enjoyed, we

Fortner. etwnro ON TUB COLUMBUS extend the season's greetings and beat,
J. F. Toole visited Mr and Mrs PAMHANOUSI906)AND) WOUND wishes .
I.. P. Fortner Saturday afternoon. UP HIS CARCCR vinwn' i NFLctEvwWD .
The Baxter family Christmas INDIAN&093I')
,pr party was held In the home of! Ht WAS AUr Uaw tkCKU6UARO /..' ... ...,
yea .M ; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sheppard Wmt AKKMI STEBLS .... .... ........-.....-
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'I Economist Computers Says To Decide Cattlemen When To To Use BuyIn 18 Spakj iY YOUR HEATII.4[ ; I ..v i

the future cattlemen will use, and gang plows. L. OOUOCAN. 1' I
computers to drc'd) when to > I In the universities, students May] your Christina I.
and cell cattle tV composltlcM! of majoring In agricultural engineerIng ncroyrd
the ration they feed and the are taking the same "basl ; Like To Know .4 4. be bright with good

kind of crop they grow I I courses' as those majoring in any .1" friends and good
But few If any will acts-I'v other type of engineering.The '\VK HAVE: a highly allergic Joy to have around the house,
operate computers or wr't': computer I UP scientist says calculus thud She la now 13 yean old except for one thing that IrriUtcaua cheer ,
program. aecotMn to *VK. U rapidly becoming aa ,Important and )has been getting allergy ,
McPherson agrleulturtl economist to the operators et a mechanised abuts every week for the put Wlthl* a minute after we tell t
with Florida's Agricultural fArm as arithmetic was to the two years Mm U do something ha for I
Experiment Station*. I "traditional family farmer", They have helped .her an.... May the coming year ,

He says Instead ipeclaltzvd organization Cattlemen an no longer hand glee considerably but abs is. never: be an unbroken sue*
will provide computer iv" cattle the'waythel' fathers now becoming very reeentfuabout .HlM'tUU forget 1C H ;,
service These might be owned I did. or for that matter the way the weekly Injection Can yea make any auggee *oa cession' of good days :It "
and operated by the farmer him. they did a year or so ago. Art there any UOM to remedy thla condition?
self. private corporator: or pub. east. method to Mra. ",E., Kansas .",
lie agencies avoid the seed Dear Mr. E:.: The fact tIIatfOUl' \' )
for such frequent father-in-law live with .
"Thl t to itseu
it new agri-
injection you and that :you enjoy him I II
cultural Industry ind may well be *? .a tribute to you and your family .. .
a very Important one, Me. .
says )(ra. KJ., for the greatest need of the .
Pheraon. Illinois elderly U to feel loved, wanted
The economist point out that Dear Mrs P. and needed by their famllle
high schools: and colleges have r-- I All allergic con- The elderly usually retired I .,
ponded to the use of mrchanlxrd Dr. Cofcnaa. dltlons art Indl-! from business, stunt be given .'
farm equipment and replacedsome vldual problem their personal dignity If the .j
of their "applied course*" *. The severity of the allergy added yean an to be a blcxa-
with ones enabling students to Itself dictate the frequencyof lag rather than a burden to
understand why machine prr- treatment them.
form aa they do. These course roe example an allergy of Unfortunately, with advancedage
Include chemistry, physic) and the nose that come on duringthe KM of memory and even LEON J. GILL, SR., General Agent
mathematics. Bpciag or rail, and last change 'la personality do oc I

Vocational agricultural students for a abort while, la distressing cur. SOUTHERN FARM BUREAU INSURANCE COMPANIES
an now learning bow to op*rste sad annoying, but may not require Thl U Usually the result of ..
and maintain trucks, tractors t "How win I aver learn to eook Intensive year. round narrowing of the blood vassals ....................................._..._.... ,.......................................
and all kind of machinery ri'h- If you the recipe treatment. hat go to the braiL The arter- -- --- -
er than how to acquire and use I west. Asthma however, a far more I.., narrowed' by arterioecleroai -
work animals two row cultivators I iwwwwwwstsrwwwwwwwwwwwwww serious allergic condition and *, do not carry wifflclent
that need blood to the "memory center4n
..-.......................-. OM usually persist the brain.atrengely I Icffiuu
fu more heroic step to control
It. :you will notice
Very recently. Dr. Harry U; that your father-ln.lsw "'1:1:I Ilearty
WE'RE WISHING YOU Mueller,'of the Children Hoepital -t remember the meet In. .
Medical Center In Baton significant detail of Incident'
the most vronde, ful stated that "the practice of fir. that occurred many yean ai t tfe{ ptril of Ujt I tiiM
lag allergy injection on a aa far back a* early chlldhooC
-: weekly bal U unnecessary. Tet he will a* you describe, bring' jab to mth *
'. .... & Dr, Mueller and his colleague -' forget within minute the mot you gour
: have, for the past six emphatic Initructlon
l) year, been giving patient allergy This Iou of memory for f
& '. Injection at Interval of cent event la characterUtlo. ..:
ii.w' alt week, with beneficial re- the elderly. .
"1 I Physicians sometimes t:-v
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problem similar to that of .....11 aad to restore a more
'l\\ child.Another. active blood supply A drug, -
(\ "'-1 .!'.. Ii")1 your / group of allergUUhaa nytldrinhydrochlorldo.. ha been
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\ with 1 Until the renal answer I Ie .
a single
;) ,lJtlH\: Injection,patient with the hope that I round, the elderly desirve max
'1 regular and frequent dots maybe .mum patlenoa klndneea and \\1IE3
\I.: ",ris'\I1tas uaaeceeeary.Tb i underetandtng to make the latter
allergy program set up I yean e e e

by your doctor I* a carefully I PBAKINO Or T0fICALTII & .
cOrulaUd on*. If the frequency
It to .. grealeraaame
01 the visit can be reduced
LAVAUGHN, EDITH and without doing your child. InJustice or eUgma .e sods hel,
r... sal prebsMn* thaa II
\ be undoubtedly will regulate
TOMMY SESSIONS It I* U eenealt a doctor about a
thresh eeugh. .
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be made to understandthe Dr. CnfeiM teetoeme bllerrem *
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*. They undoubtedly have not ..edwfakee eiMieer sect
nude It possible for her to do one, ae will Me e*..,i ...... sad
and eat many things which she tvbtmm waeMver *
otherwise might be deprived of when they are */ 9eaeral Isle rI. ,I
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I News From Branford I: Personals Branford Install Masonic The Branford Officer Lodge Masonic To Lodge 1VRItIItUt I Hope you dayWan bid Al

I will entertain their families
with a supper Monday night at w4cr.j
-- Bashle left Tuesday OuMr
I Mrs. Puryear .1 p.m. .
Court Of Honor Santa Clout To Be Funeral Held For for Miami' Beach where she Following the supper new have a tamp
will spend Christmas with' her officers will be Installed as follows
In Branford Today I nephew, Bobby Crews. Funk
J. W. Barn Jr. worshipful ..j
Held By ScoutsOf Santa Claus will arrive In Charles C. Howell Mr. and Mrs Frank Norris master Glen Murray, senior of Bead I*)
Branford today (Thursday> at spent the week end In Orlando warden; Bill Sykes Junior MerryChristman BellaUns
4:30 p.m., and children are Invited Charles Cook Howell of Jacksonville I visiting Mr and Mrs. Jerry Cooper ,. warden: James Sanchez* treoi- ,
Troop 90 to visit Santa until 6:SO. died last week at his and family,, seer: Fred D. Aderbolt secretary Mr
lie will have bars of candy and home after a brief Illness. lie was Mrs. Fred Jones Mrs Lewis ; Dell HolUctaw seniorand.desc.n Jack
Scouts and Cub Scouts O.f Troop fruit for the children 75 years old. Ounter; Mrs. L. A. Sims* ; W. D. Fletcher.,Junior
90 In Branford held their annual A brief program will be presented Mr. Howell was a prominent Mrs. D O. Borom were business deacon) Fred ... MOltS tiler: Att
Christmas party last Wedneadaynight downtown at 6 pjn. by attorney and had practiced law In visitors In Gainesville Saturday. E. R. WlthcraU. senior steward: Mr iPACE
at the Scout Hut. John Hill the girls' chorus from the Jacksonville for the, 'past fifty Mrs Robert Fletcher and Mrs Bob Bryan, Junior steward: and NMILLER'SSERVICE
aerved as master of ceremonies school. Everyone Is Invited to years. He was a member of River- Leon D. Hatch and daughter D. IL Dorsett chaplain. I IWARE'S
and Leon D. attend. Shawn were business visitors In
for the| program side Presbyterian Church, a graduate
Hatch gave the welcome. 'Home and badness places of Elon College in Elon, N Gainesville Saturday. Suzanne Murray, Mary; Charles
Scouts presented a Christmas will be Judged Thursday nightby C., and the University of Virginia Miss Vivian Hunt of New KIlpatrick, Joseph; Doyle Bell.
program, followed by a Court of : out-of-town Judges, and first Surviving are three eons Smyrna Beach spent the week end. Herald Angel; Randy Hatch Her
Honor. :Awards were presented to i rid.second place prise will be Charles Cook'Howen and William at home with her mother Mr od; Patty Fletcher, Peggy Fletcher -
the following: Mike Hunt, Scout glwrtn each category Mlzllle Howell of Jacksonville Mack Hunt and other relatives and Christine and Carol Durden.
of the Year; John Hill earning: and Dr. Louis Moffltt Howell of Mr and Mrs. Oscar York to and Kathy Sullivan Angels; Glen
Dale Fuller, Scout; spirit; Jerry Lee Hatch. Danny Sandlln I Lakeland; a sister Mrs. Carl Allison son left Sunday for with New relatives Murray counsellor;, John Fletcher
Herndon, Scout craft; Joe Fletoh. Russell Barrs, Jerry Herndon, of Lake City; two brothers spend the holidays Fletcher who has been Joe Fletcher, and Danny
er, Scout teamwork; Russell and John Hill won Scout contest W. F Howell of Branford and William Virginia Beach will Humphries, shepherds; Kenneth
Barrs physical fitness; and Dale medals. Johnny Sykes CharlesEd Judge P. B. Howell of Buohnell.; stationed at home Fletcher Jimmy Fletcher, and
weeks at
Puller, Russell Barrs. and Mike Hatch, and Paul Byrd won and several grandchildren. spend the next two Hubert Severance, wise men. STATIONRobert
Mr. and Mrs.
.Hunt Scout attendance. Cub Scout contest medals Funeral services were"held in with his parents The J unit> choir furnished the and Jerry Miller
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family reunion was held Sunday family Mrs. Carrie Kelly Jimmie
at the home of Mrs. Idellar Miner Mr. and Mrs Jim Sever-
By Karen Collins. Becky us all to examine our lives and U
Warren near BranfordoutOf ance and family Rudy Warren. Drawdy and Sherry Storey Improve ourselves for Ood's hon I
-town guests includedMr Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kelly and or and glory.
and Mrs. Sam TrIbble and family Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kelly Girls Begin Season Christmas is a time of giving, fog atliristinas
and family and Mr. and Mrs
family of Daytona Beach. Miss
The Branford High School but it should not be Just the time
Eunice Warren bf New Smyrna Charlie. HuntMayor's "Lady Bucs" began their 1969. for the giving of presents but a I
Beach. Mr. and Mrs Frank Kelly 88 basketball: season December time when we give vof ourselvesfor )
of Leesburg. Mr. and Mrs J. L.Bellamy Warning 10 against the Cross City Bears. the betterment of others I
Mr. and Mrs Alex Col- Mayor A. L. Purcell warned ,, The Buns started the game with Let us. all worship Christ thli l I ,
lins. Mr. and Mrs. Olen Porter this week against the shooting a lead but were overtaken by the Christmas His birthday and may
Mr and Mrs. Lee Wright of of fire arms in the Town of Bran- hot shooting Bears who won 21 to each of you have a very Merry
Jacksonville. Ii ford. There Is a city ordinance 37 High point scorer for the Christmas.
Attending,from Branford were f against the shooting of fire arms Bears was Beverly Harman who s-
Mr and Mrs Calvin Warren and Inside the city Units. scored 11; Betty Lee was high I 'Be.....let T. MerchantsThe BARRS SHELL STATION
scorer for the Bucs with 9 points Annual Staff of Branford II)
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MONDAY DECEMBER 27 point margin of the Generals, Dance Set TonightAt rn1 IGRIFFS
but lost 36 to 37. Sara Ham was
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'MONDAY JANUARY 3 The Lassies' next game Is gym from I to 11:30: pjn. j41i.l
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THEFAIC; 'i 3 T up The'poem was written by Mrs. I ..;t.
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COMMISSIONERFLORIDA newsletter to several thousand -
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DEPARTMENT AGRICULTUR carries Mrs. Roundtree's 20 verses
pl and she received a gracious
thank-you note from her new.found .
fITERUXKING( REQUIRE SPECIAL Promotions come and go but for the Juice orders 'which mustbe friends out yonder.
TOOLS AM)miHIN6,BUT WHERE APPEARANCE one I hope will "take" perman received during Fbruary. G s.
I ISN7 IMPORTANT YOU CANAPPUITmuftSCLF IKSwN ently Is the orange-juice break Again not- only are our' citrus I've just celebrated another
It Florida orange Juice ever became producers and processors benefit birthday and that might be a
n SAU Ni __ NEWS the Intermission common- ting from the new Interest In pretty depressing piece of news
NT j place that coffee Is, we'd have a 'their products, but the general except that my birthdays each
healthier agricultural economy public particularly the junior year are brightened by the fact "
not mention a healthier.cltiz. segment of it will benefit too. holiday they happen fall during the to All

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Don't get me wrong. I have
nothing against coffee. I drink It this unrest was manifested in a back on the "younger" generation
public opinion survey by a Jacksonville with which I've always triedto .
too But whoever heard of "orange '
i KEEP COLD AND DRAFT OUT IN THE Juice nerves"? television station.A Identify .. particularly. now
4$00L WINTER-KEEP HEAT, INSECTS AND Within the last couple of key question in the poll: that the accents on youth (this rr\
TRA DIRT OUT IN THE SUMMER months, the State Cabinet has "It has been suggested that Is the "generation" for "those
TEST FOR AIR LEAKAGE BY MOVING begun taking an orange Juice another source of revenue shouldbe who think young", you know).
w LIGHTED MATCH BY SEAMS ANDRE break. Inspired by the steady found to ease the load now' But its reassuring to realize
1AIN ?1iAtL ; OBSERVING THE FLAME 'supply of Juice at Cabinet meet. carried by the property tax. that two of the important symbols
4 for this festive time of
Ings Governor Burns declared Would you approve or" disapproveof year
Juice Florida's Official an increase in the sales tax If are "old" men like Santa Clans
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lobbies. I know of at least one valorem taxation is matched by your holidays .are.just as bright
bank In Jacksonville, that has agricultural producers who see ,
Increases In farmland taxes a'' CONTROL SWITCH
been doing this for many years as
9 f now and I'm glad to see the straw which could break the If possible Christmas tree lights
au oa custom spreading.It's farm economy's back. should be controlled by a switch
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Costs Show That Food's A Bargain legislator Emmett of 8.Palm Roberts Beach veteran County

WASHINCTOf It food a bargain i you think about the-labor wage announced his candidacy' for the I
r Yes says marketing specialist I rates having doubled since 1947 Public Service Commission In the
Stanley' E. Rosenberger of the 19. but prices of food to consume MM Democratic primary election I
FJorlda Agricultural Extension ers have Increased only 22 per on Sunday.
SUCCESS IN 1 N D U S T R Y, I I CAREERS IN PINANCICOVIW4MINT I Service. cent. Direct: wage payments to Roberts. served six terms as a

CAN DIFFER SEEN BEST BACKGROUND Pood costa have risen less since food handlers alone would justify member of the Florida House of .
By HENRY CATHCARTCentral 1947-49 than most Items .In the a SO per cent Increase In food Representatives and as chairmanof
Prese WuUgto Writer government's "cost of living Index" prices had other factors m.lnedeonat.n& the Public Utility Committee
," Roaenberger In the 1983 session He Is a 'fad\l-
rcrrASHINaTOK-The American businessman .U the symbol the specialist says. says. ate of the University of Florida
W of what an efficient executive should be.The United SUtMgovernment "The per cent of our disposable .I U. 8. Department of Agrlcul- where he majored In agriculture.He .
with it*,vast operations .is the one place where Income Income after taxes) we I ture figures\ Indicate that mark was born in Clearwater and ,
efficient executives are mart needed.It spend for food Is the lowest It has Bung services for food, with educated In St. Petersburg
may. therefore com as a turprlM to the average man to ever been And this has come larger quantities handled and schools He Is S3 years old mar
be told that a man who bar demonstrated great success as a about even with an upgrading In better preparation have increased tied to the former Jenlaura Beer
businessman may be a horrible failure u a the diet better kinds ot food four times faster than the number of Gainesville, and they have two
government executive. Yet, this U,the finding and more processed foods. The of employees who do the work: daughters. The Roberts live In
,, of a serious study of businessmen who have cost of food In the U 8. Is a "This record does not equal Belle Olade where he Is an In*
served in the executive sub-Cabinet level law smaller percentage of disposable that of agricultural production surance and investment counselor.
Washington. Income than In any country of but it Is truly a great success Roberta will run for the seat HARRELL'S GULF SERVICE STATIONLEON
The study found that bualnessmen who join the world and It Is declining" story In itself. We are rapidly held by Jerry Carter.
wy the government do not perform U well U Rosenberger points out. closing the gap between research U. HARRELL and FAMILYrarrewvuuwwrwrg
thoM with some previous government expert The average meal costs only results and commercial appllcation. -
ence. Oddly, too much education u well a* about 32 cents per person. This ." Rosenberger says. (Renew Tear S.b*>rlptlon> ..... ....... ..........putt
:rn4 too little can handicap the business executive figure would be even less If it Included a
t a 10 government. only meals eaten at home,
r Businessmen with FtvD. degrees and thoae the marketing specialist: says. MEMORABLE1SITOR'
with no college education both rated low on Rosenberger emphasises the One of the most distinguish
W..I.. ..'... performance in government. Those with, a feet that 39 cents of the typical authors In America once .Islted
background manufacturing got the poorest consumer dollar goes for manufacturers St. Augustine the nation's oldest
Leu freedom performance ratings. ThOM with career In processors wholesalers city. Journeying south In 1127,
./ action banking and finance veered highest. but 20 cents of this amount goes Ralph Waldo Emerson New England .
The study was made by one of the nation's for wages. Of the IS cents kept poet and philosopher spent WARD
mOlt famous foundations the Carnegie Corp. Its findings hare for supermarket operation.8 cents the wlnted In this sun-drenched \....
been published la book form. goes for wages, or about 4S peret'nt ancient community. Because its
It should be pointed out, however that the findings care not of the grocer's share goes for people were constantly involve
necessarily a crlticUm of the businessmen although this would labor with the sea. Emerson: referred
appear to be the ease. The fact Is that the heads of businesses Imagine the Improvements affectionately to St. Augustine a*
usually bar the. ability to reason a matter through make a made In operational efficiency as "The Little City of the Deep".
decision on the facts, and see that It Is carried out
This U not always the ease In government Second and third -
level government decWoa-maker. do not have this kind of free
dom, and the** an the positions usually assigned to men with FERTILIZER COMPANY
business experience. ,
What It indicates, really II that good generate dont always A REMINDERThese
make good majors
master general Lawrence F.XBrian.obviously has the romaatia SPREADER SERVICE CUSTOM APPLICATION
streak of a true son of Erin Be went far out of his way to mend
what appeared to be a romance endangered by the failure of the Banking InstitutionsWill Company Owned and Operated Bulk Transport, Prompt
Post Office Department to deliver a package on time.
Delivery Service, Credit Terms Extended So That Due Date Will
X young swain seat a package to ala light X love, carefully
timing It to arrive on her birthday. But it dldaX He felt badly Coincide With Customer Sales.
and was worried, too, because. be plans) to propose marriage at Be ClosedSATURDAY
He wrote OBrlea about ala troubles and the importance otatsurtag
the young lady that the failure of her QUALITY PRODUCTS \
birthday present' to arrive on Urn was not due cVaU 1 Premium
to hi* negligence,
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erten dropped afl those difficult decision Pulverized
about ZIP-oode nan rate increases, and operafaef DECEMBER 25 1965 NITROGEN SOLUTIONS or MOREA.LIQUf.FEED
thou streamlining to write the gtrt a personal FARM CHEMICALS Full Granular FARM SUPPLIES
letter taking the blame for the delay.Obviously. -- DOLOMITE LIME
.- O-Brlea's has healed the breach and pr*-
ably improved the boy's ekanc .. But It also served another WE HANDLE ASCS PURCHASE ORDERS
purpoe*-the public relations ot the Poet Office Department. In Observance of

Phone 935-2101 Branford

Sink Namra Officers
tocky Lodge

(Officers for the IMC year were :ck U. Cross Si*., secretary; CHRISTMAS DAY
tuned! recently by Rocky Sinkedge Johnnie Bonds, treasurer: William
No. M. rAit. with Rsy.: Uoore. senior deacon: Robert HENRY M. WARD
cad C. Crow as new worshipful W. Cross Junior deacon: R.
\utl'r. Oovan Smith senior steward; sonico I
Other officers Include: Doyle U.srmlchael. Joel Stewart. Junior stevsrd; THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK GENERAL MANAGER
senior warden; WU Harold Sapp, Uler; Reginald
am E. Deeae. junior warden; Scott Jr. marshall ;aad J. R.
Sales Manager 7M .
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tef ore You Buy-Why Not Try Fire titled about IIJM people SOIL

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PLYWOOD rANXUHOAUnOXUhf : tection Association flguree. Nat.U OF LIVE OAK FLORIDA I Plant Manager TODAY
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News And Activities From seats and safety fence for Little
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of overhead lights In the
THE RECREATION CENTER Conner and his wife, the foi
playground area to provide night
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By ROY BfJLLIVAN, Director activity lights Construction of Marianna, have two sons and .k
a toilet facility, 7--Construction
Basketball season Is now under. until Monday. Dec. 27. of the basketball court, and *- daughter and make their home lit
with four scheduled Tallahassee at 2902 Woods!
way games Installation of fence Inside the'I
played Efforts to organize square ball park to separate the playing .
Cheek Drugs started off the dance activity were fruitless as on. I field from the spectator area. Drive.BETTER
season with a win. over Suwannee Ijr two couples expressed desire to floats for next years activity SEASON
Laundry by forfeit. Commercial participate. Effort to organize include a partial addition to the
Bank defeated Kent's A St W by again will. be deferred until next Center which will Include a small (Continued From Page /1>
J the score of 25 to 17 Carlos So- September.Last kitchen area. This will Increase that the benefits of this type
tolongo made 14 points for Com- the space Inside the main Center preparation will pay off best)

mercial Bank while Terry Mixon year on December 10 a for the large crowd of dancers attending nine In 1967
The year after next will be tl
was making 9 points for Kent's 14-polnt program to Improve and the dance on Saturday "
best season I foresee. he said.
Suwannee Laundry defeated enlarge the Recreation Center night, by permitting removal of
v Kent's 30 to 21. dreg Lance made facilities was stated In this col- game room equipment and refreshment Members of Live Oak civ
clubs have expressed an Inter
23 points for Suwannee Laundry umn. Through budget procedures machines to the new
while Terry Mixon made 19 for and understanding of the County area In sponsoring the Junior hit
program by purchasing equlpme
Kent's. I Commissioners and City Council, New backstop for baseball and
on a regular annual basis,
Commercial Bank defeated physical Improvement such as a Little League diamond, replace- ar
Cheek Drugs 18 to 17 Carlos So- new toilet facility at the ball ment of a rotten fence post at ; Cooley said that with this support
tolongo scored 12 for CommercialBank diamond and construction of a I the tennis court with. an all wea- the potential of the athlet
I IDr and Bobby Mitchell made new basketball court were made her fence post, construction of a program would be greatly bolsr
t 10 for Cheek Drugs. Initially possible. new baseball diamond for the ed.Next
year's schedule, completed
: STANDINGSWon Lost However, a huge thanks mustgo 7-8-9 year-old baseball league, a last week, will Include Ham a
to Individuals and businesseswho sidewalk from the Center to the
ton County, Madison Macclenn
Commercial Bank I
street, completion of fencing
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Suwannee Laundry 1 1 fare of the recreation around basketball court, and Installation
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Marshall Hamilton, president of the North Florida Junior College, responds to the presentation Cheek Drugs A W I 1 2 1 Without the help of individual of a fence to separatethe Beach, and Lake City, in th
Kent &
playground area from parkIng -
of his portrait to the college by Chi Delta Tan President Thomas Shields of Live Oak The fraternity SCHEDULE and businesses. I could not windup j order.
area are six more goals for
I presented the portrait In recognition of Dr. Hamilton's service since the founding of NFJCIn Game Time t p.m.) one year of activity with the next year. Cooley anticipates a (8-4 sass
completion of eight of the "
1958. Under his leadership, the college became fully accredited In the shortest time possible and 21 Dec Cheek Drugs vs Su- teen if Bowdoln's doctors say he ci
projects. i
to In student four.j play. Otherwise, said the coac
has continued grow enrollment and offerings wannee Laundry
28 Dec. Commercial Bank ..... The eight completed The original Tampa Bay Hotel,' "Well be doing well to bre
_rr rr KM'a c.c c cccc ccc cccc cc .c c.c l+a 4 Kents A' & W were Enclosing of the athletic in Tampa which now houses the even
At the current rate, six per cent 29 Dec. Kent's A it W VI, Su- fields with fence, Enclosing of| main building of the University of He said that lack of size alack
I 1 of all social drinkers are destined wannee Laundry the tennis courts with fence, J_ Tampa, was opened 79 years ago! of experienced theme

1 Alcoholic for alcoholism Rehabilitation, says the ProgramProFiles Florida. 30 Dec Cheek Drugs ..... Com- Removal of obstructions to en- next January, would be big problems next yea

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Dance starts at I and ends at Jlpm

I I HORAJUNS OPTUSORet4 great county, Suwannce. They are the Hope of Yesterday; Joy of

and Happiness be yours today and RAN AND BAY BOOTED PACKERS HIS Birthday parties and Christmas Today; and the Guarantee of a Better Tomorrow.

throughout the days to come WAY TO A RECORD 176 parties this past were week.held at the Center May the Peace that only Christ can five abide in each 'of you during

POINTS IN ThB I960 this Christmas Season and each day cf the New Year.

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"County Delegation Successful

I $35,000 Granted To County For i I i

Development Of Recreation Area .

A delegation of Suwannee County citizens interested \ {

: In the development of a proposed recreation area on a
.. 700-acre tract of land bordering the Suwannee River at
Suwannee Springs went
to Tallahassee Monday and secured -
an allocation of 135,000 from the Florida Outdoor
Recreation Planning Committee ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK FLORIDA, THURSDADECEMBER. 23, 1965 VOL 81, NO. 32
for land acquisition at the proposed -

Study Begun For Chamber recreation of Commerce site. President I St. Nick Attends Jaycee Party Poetry By Suirannean $77,73ft Comes )I

Swimming Pond Lamar Hancock who Is also # 4I To Re Published
a Suwannee County commission r Mla Fay Driver, aentor at To Local Schools
er. spoke for the group at the Aaron College, Aarara, III.. I.en. .
At State Park meeting. Attending with Hancock e of three Aurora sladent
were State Sen. Houston Roberta, wboa poetry will be printed In From State Funds
Arrangement were completed Rep. Leon McDonald. Commissioner I I I th* IIU-" edition of the Annaal -
this week!!: for Soil Conservation Laure B Roberson. A. P.Nott Anthology.of r4leg Poe Tallahassee State Comp
Service Geologist L. O. Rowland Paul Crews, and Fred [)e- I ...,. troller Fred O. Dickinson last
from Gainesville to spend January Vane. I The annual represent the week announced the release of
IT and 18 Investigating the Roberson. Nott. Crews and best poetry aabmltted by it- $11.895.434 In state funds to county
.possibility of digging a pond suit Hancock are members of a county dent from college and unl. public schools, with $77.73
able for swimming at the Suwan- commission appointed committeeto venlUrs In the Cited flUte. coming to this county.
nee River State Park. Cllaville. push development of the site Mlaa Driver, eke make her Th monthly distribution of
Park Superintendent John Hale I The 35.000 which was allocated bom with her state funds for school operations
requested that this survey be come from a state fund of 11 t"t' and ulster Mr, and Mrs. Ronald under the Minimum FoundaUon
made. Swimming facilities are not I per cent of the ft per cent wholesale <]...... *f Sherwood Fore, Live I Fund Is In two account.
now available In the Park and In sporting good tax. It Is earmarked Oak baa received numerous i Comptroller Dickinson: reported
order to present a well rounded I by the Outdoor Recreation campus honors. Inelvdlng being that $16333.720 was divided
variety of outdoor activities Hale I Committee for grants to local elected queen of the JJIh among counties under the Mini
feels that It is necessary that they area for expenses In developing annual Homecoming, of which mum Foundation formula for use
be added. recreation project she was general chairman this In Instructional salaries, transportation
John Hampton and Russell Hancock said Tuesday that the fall and other current ex
Parsons, local Soil Conservation proposed development would be a pennes for grades kindergarten
Service technicians will assistGeologist long-term project. A request It through 12.Suwannee.
Rowland In his studyof being prepared to submit to the 1 t 4 Jaycccs Hear County received |80,<
the areaSellers. Federal Government for financing 001 from this fund
of a study of the economic feast Of School Bond Dad County received the largest -
blllty of the proposed develop 1 share with $3.391,994 Duval
PresidentOf 4a
ment."Acquiring. s 1 r County received $1.498.170. Hills-
the land now Is the tT r Petitions borough County 11 138933. and
first step" Hancock said. "Ulti Broward 1.033.079
Lawyer Body mate reslitst'on! of our proposal B. W Helvrnston. III reportedat An additional $3.383.89 was
Ernest A. Sellers partner In the for the area' development will 1 'e/ the Su.anne* County Junior divided among counties from th*
Uve Oak law firm of Alrth. Sellers 1.. probably take years of work and Chamber of Commerce meeting state sale tax fund for county
and Lewis, was elected president planning." --- -- .- -- Tuesday. that progress on Jtt- schools of which Suwanne County
of the Third Judicial Circuit The request for a federal grantto SaaUa Claus was bee Friday aftcrnoe at the Live Oak lUcfealion Center appearing at the lions to call a school' bond election received $8.738 according to
Bar Association In Lake City last study the area Is being prepared Jaycee Christinas party for a.....** Cawity kids, Jayeeea '--.1.., Miners apple and candyafter her had been alow du to Dickinson.
ASM and Associate the Christmas rush, but that .
Tuesday Dec. 14 by George< Live Oak Attorney Arthur of Tallahassee who say It ties kids spoke with watt (Dan. Btalncr theU) I expected enough names would be I.
Lawrence n..Jdstrut;.; ;;'of will probably be submitted In lauiereo soon icier me new year. Elk Turkey Shoot
the association at the annual January Note 1st Christmas UK Gradual Three Helvennton said that the response
business meeting. PJlIueVhich s to petitions In the Branford N, IlrM Today
Other INS officers for the From TliU County ares had shown good results Un Oak Elks Lodg No. 118J
group Include Vice President Barrett Lodge In America Restore:d On U. S. 27 Three from Suwanne County and that further work In Llv will hold a Turkey Shoot today
Martin Page of Lake City and received degrees from the University Oat should be don In January, (Thursday) from noon I.5 pm..
Secretary-Treasurer Milo Thorn A Florida" Park Board historic lab priest. James Bar field and hit of Florida Friday u the Jaycee President Homer flat on* mil ut of Llv Oak at the
a*, both of Lake City Officers To Be plaque at the site near Tallahassee daughter Kathy Dart laid. Institution ended tu fall trimester lift announced winner of the Intersection of US. M and State ,
where Christmas was first of the IDea." academic year. A "Jayce of the Month" swsrdi Road 40Proceeds .
ToUla-ow INOISTayA1t.hOllb Installed Jan. 3 celebrated In America taken Th marker 1s located on th total .of IAN) degree were for th. fall: September, Lavauthn from .th* Turkey
edge of the highway, what
Florida la stin young down when U. 8. J7 was four awarded Newbern: October Edward How Shoot are used to defray expense
In developing Ita cattle potential New officers to be Installed at laned. .u rededicated Tuesday. was once on the Lake Indian Jackson vlllsi ofAnhayea Hugh O. Baster of Uv Oak ell;. and November, Charles by th* ledge for Chrlstms programs .
It was the first state In the United Barrett Lodge No. 43. F&AM. on tn time for Christmas. INS i received a B8 degree In chemical Or. ". Th three member were for underprivileged children.
States to raise cattle. Stock was Monday night Jan. I, Include: State Park Director Bin Miller. Hey Landrum; director of the engineering Betty J. Bavllle also cited for outstanding wok on .
originally brought to the peninsula Gordon Keeling worshipful master related that the plaque marks the 1 8UU Outdoor Recreational Planning of Llvt Oak received a master's' Jaycee project
In J'''G by Ponce de Leon. : Robert Warner senior war site where Spanish explorer Her- Committee, pointed out that degree In rehabilitation counsel- '. sHARD
nando de Soto. and SOO men th* Committee I 11 now negotiating EI.clri.Motor/ Repair
Plagued v-tth the cattle fever den: Rufus McMnUen. junior some Ing.Melody KNOCK MIIOOI.
tick, late settlers suffered reverses wanton: Herbert Rees treasurer spent the fall and winter of 153940 to purchase the property from R. Jones of McAlpln rtcelrrd The Indl.ldualho'la willing to ., ,
private owners to be turned over a DA degree in education, learn from ofRebuilt bound
rnwever.. In '60. the fevertkk R. R. Oay, secretary: J. J. English iperlene can beoom
to the State Board .
Park .
wr eliminated assuring'the Bloc II priests accompanied better educated
and C p. Huffman etecutlve than the eollslan Wooley Electric
Induitrv's tutureLifetime .. Committee members the Spaniards It I II generally be. Landrum said the Committee TWO FATHOMS DOWN who has a few degree for hard .
In addition to the elected offleers I lived that the first Christmas U trying to obtain 120 acre eoh A stretch of coastline off Port work. on his books. ITU, srv> e4N
the following appointeeswin service In the New World was eying the hlitoflc site which PIerce I II now a theater. of salvai J'- l
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Identification celebrated here. a
also br Installed at the ceremony operations tot professlotuil tress
Metal Social at the Temple: Kenneth Taking part In ceremonies fledged state park with both historical tics hunters The .searchers
Security Cards TweaxUy of State and recreational value. hop-I
Peterson senior deacon: Melous wen Secretary i hag to recover the remaining
Johnson. Junior deacon: Jim Me Toot Adams Miller and two If this I II not possible, perhaps go from ten Spanish ships lost
SOCIAL SECURITY Cullers' senior steward.; ArmitfUllhotise. members of a Tallahassee church j II to 20 acre of the site can be during a hurricane In 1711 probe ,
Junior steward: J. BDaniels costumed as de Bow and a Span- pur hand. Landrum said.Vrtrran two fathoms down. Sine 1181 the We Will Be
a marshal: Manuel Per value of reclaimed treasure I*
secs. as. .. nandes. tiler and Earl KUld. *, Auxiliary Mr For Party Sat unlayMr I' more than II.,600.000 In gold. all.
Chaplain and
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Saturday noon thirtl-Ave -.. *. Awi Conine and Mr t
An master mason art lavlUd about $14.400000 U vet to be sun
= = to attend the Installation.IKeaww ben *f Barrack lilt World War Walker reported that they had faced.Revised.
-- ..- a On veterans. Ladle AuxltUry.\ received citation this year from e .
Test .....Ii..tFor ) and three visitors met at the Uw VA hoiplUI In Late City for CLOSEDFriday
_AI__ suburban homo of Mr. and Mrs. having completed over 100 hour health hint: Brush. ..
U O. Penuel for their annual of voluntary service. Mr*. Carolyn your retie regularly with an etaoUK
Christmas dinner and party, Lynch wa rcppolnt welfare tooth brush and a*. you
a food buy on readymade electrician take a year.If .
I MARY SIr11TNPlastic I drapes In aeveraltires Christmas' decoration were and hospital chairman for 1988Th --- --- ---
used' throughout the ipactou> Barracks added two new
and colon. Also mobile
bom members O Z Jon* and W T I
Name Pin la 12 home oil heaters see Th invoeaUon wa given by Moor. Joe Hill Smith eiplalrwd you wero born In Saturdayand
Color Morrell Salvage Chaplain Dutkm. BootteO. Follow. the change la the blond bank .rvl > December of ,
Also Dog Collar N... Plate lag the dinner a short business <* sponsored by the lUi dlntrlrt. an
'Mfdl MORE: nirton was held by both groups. available to all active members of numb.r.d year, ron.w
HOWARD'SSHOE President DelorU Waiter presided the .. .
WAYNE MORRELLFr I over the Auxiliary and .anIlaUOft.e your driver Ik.( ".. Monday

SHOP ..*. We* Lake City I Chaplain: Loveda HaU gave the this month. ,
216 Pin Arne 0. riSNMMWMS Bad I Christmas story, Mas. Melvin IECOND.Dd1' IUM T
UVE OAK FLORIDA Phu TlI.>>I. Wright ad Mrs. O. Z. Jaw were 'i Serve slice of leftover pot.
welcomed u law ateinbers roast In a sauo mad from the Reece Brown
remaining gravy combined with
a can of condensed onion soup. COUNTY JUDGE December
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== I Engagement Announcement Mrs. 'Week Gives Pian i Recital Monday odd Feet
(91 gAZie1ze4Z f > Mrs. R. V. Meeks gave a piano Row". When an engineer In Nor.
::' ; .-: l".t... recital for her students at the Hazel Paulk "Ba tJe Hymn"and manly' England, drove his ear
;; ,: Union Christian Church at Falmouth "Lavender Blue". to a hole in a road to set tf
." Monday night The following Belinda Klnsey "Come Thou there was any danger that
took part on the program. Almighty King" and "Fairies1Harp" someone might fall into It, lit
WOMEN verified the hazard by
Walter Boatrlght "Faith Of .
I hole hlmaelt.Land" .
"SwingingAlong" into the
: Our Fathers". I Marty. Bray -
Susan Keen "Bells Are RlnaIna" ,
CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor Emma Keen "London Bridge
Pat Bass "A Summer
I v.a and "Yankee Doodle". :
Darlene Allbritton "Abide Nancy Dove "Hello My Ba Melissa Paulk "The Band
Kindergarten Children Mrs. Reid Church With Me". by". Played On" and "Merry Widow
Ida Bessie Paulk "Now On Melinda Paulk "On Top Of Waltz".
Mothers A Circle Hostess
Give PartyThe MondayThe Land And Sea" and "Around The Old Smoky" and "0 Zion Haste"Tommy Libby Bray "Minuet From
five year old children! of Alice Gaventa Circle of the ( Throne". Clayton "We Three I Don Juan" and "Dark Eyes
the Westwood Kindergarten gave WMU of the First Baptist Church Teresa Kinsey "For The Kings" and "Hunting Song". Ginger Tyson "Santa Lucia
a Christmas party for their mothers met at the home of Mrs M. B. Beauty Of The Earth" and "Little Denise Tyson "Pop Corn Pat Poole "lie" and 'How
Thursday morning Reid Monday.The j Children .Come To Jesus", Man" and "Life'"' Guard". Oreat Thou Art
The children presented a short home was decorated with r Mark Powell "March Of The Connie Bell "Sunbeams And Louise Keen "Serenade Co
program with Doug Cheney giving Christmas decorations. I I Palace Ouarda". Robins" and "In The Chapel". A French Doll".
Sharon Starling "T.V." Linda, Warner "Little .
Brenda Oxford "Swaying Havana
the welcoming address. Gary The program was given by Mrs.
Sheila Starling "The Lord Lanterns" and "Happy Journey" Girl" and "Dance Of TheRosebuds"
Sapp Larry Odom and Danny J. M. Dees assisted by Mrs. A. R.
Lagassee led the group in singing Murphy Mrs. T. P. Landers Mrs. t I Is My Shepherd" and "Mountain Gayle Keen "Dreamland"and .
"Jingle Bells"; Walter Oliver E. 8. Conner, Mrs. E. K. Oaskln 'T ; Climbing"! "Suwannee River". At the conclusion Mrs. W a
,1 Martha Starling "I Am Called Powell and Mrs C.
Gerald Ross, and Cindy Downing Miss R. A. Brown Miss Bertie' Crystal Paulk "I'm J. KInsey dr.
rL Thine 0 Lord" and "L-'ghtly "Dixie- served refreshments
Little Butterfly" and
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Laura Ann LePevre, Joan Tyre, Christmas corsage and a day lily '
and Dennis Gordon. "Away In A plant from Mrs. Reid.
Manger" was led by Anna Kent, Refreshments were served during Saying Merry Christmas is our way of saying "Thank you" to all our
Deedle Brorsen and Hal Land. .
the social hour.Refreahemnt.i
"Sleep Little Jesus" was led by
Kelly Lyons, Jan Townsend and many customers and friends. We take this way of saying, "It has been good
Dougle Cheney. The children recited were served by
a poem "The Christmas the girls
Pudding" and they concluded the On Friday the kindergarten, indeed to serve you during the year now passing and in the future we
program with We, Wish You A children were surprised with a

Merry Christmas". visit from Santa Claus. hope to be of greater service" May you have a wonderfully happy Christmas I Iw
The mothers received gifts the After receiving gifts from him
children had made for them. refreshments were served.

\ lM Mr; and Mrs Payton Bembry Sr. of Jasper, announce the engagement
of their daughter, Marilyn/ Yvonne, to Farrell Burnam,
IOn of Mn John 8. Burnam, Jennings and the late Mr. Burnam.
Miss Bembry Is a graduate of Jasper High School; and Is presently
attending North Florida Junior College Madison
Mr. Burnam Is a graduate of Jennings High School and Is. employed -
by Occidental Corporation of Florida.
The wedding will be Saturday, January 8, at 4:10: p.m. In the
,1 I First Baptist Church, Jasper .,
All friends and relatives Invited.


exzy Harper Family Reunion Held Sunday- FROM TilE PEOPLE AT
The family of the late Joseph children, Eddie and PatU Jo, Mr. .
ClirisizncfiOGDEN and Mattle Harper held a reunion and Mrs Jamie Koon and children OTTIS BROWN MOTORS
December 19 In the home of Mrs. Mike, Lisa and Kevin, and
Noah Bailey with all the children Mrs Bell Golden all of Gainesville -
present.A Mrs. Ruby Howell of Tallahassee ,
buffet dinner was served at Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Deu LAVAUCHN NEWBERN ERNEST JOHNSONR.
.' the noon hour. of Winter Haven Mr. and Mrs.
Preaent with Mr. and Mrs. Bailey William Deas of Jasper, Mr and K. MORGAN WILLIE ALLEN
''i : were Mr. and, Mrs. Claude Mrs. Calloway Jernlgan and children -
.. 'f '" Y' Jernlgan Mr< and Mrs Claude Lori and Perrl. of Blllrl
rtl I Harper and Mrs. J. F. Waters. Miss., Mr. and Mrs. Donald Waters TROY SKIPPER CLIFFORD JORDANV.
f .', .F ,I. JEWELERS all of this city Mr and Mrs. C. 1., and son, Wendell, and Mrs,
Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Harp Weston Jernigan and children. C. PHILLIPS ROBERT ROBINSON, JR.
er, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Ferryman. Paula Gall, and Oracle of this
f' 4 aKat relelereleheeieraKrr< PKKKKK..IrrrKRrKKKMMKM arrKrl Mr and Mrs. 'Leon Davis and city. ttC .
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I Sunday night to spend th! t/o George Richard Avery yII
WOMEN holidays with her parents Mr of Redstone Arsenal. Huntsville
and Mrs W, C. Alrth Ala. will arrive this week to spend
Capt and Mrs Thomas T Hart the holidays with his parents. Mr. II

I and children. Kimberly! Tram and Mrs Inman Avery. I N 4I tlt a
- CLARA S. WADSWORTH Society Editor I meU. and Gillian, of Albany. Ga, Mr. and Mrs John Let of Atlanta

spent Sunday here with his par- Oa., and their; children.
Marriage ents. Mr and Mrs. Dennis Hart. George and Martha, will arrive
;d Miss Keeling, Mr. Brannon United In I Mrs John King- U and daughter Thursday to spend ChrUXnaa
t 1 1I
w In Double lUng Candlelight Ceremony Melissa, of Jacksonville will with his parents. Dr and Mrs.
several days this week with O. A Lee
:Miss Martha Rae Keeling became the bride of Ronald Y1, I spend
!II her parents Mr. and Mrs. Winston Mr. and Mrs Oranville Hunterof
Wayne Brannon, Sunday, December nineteenth, at three. f Rogers Jacksonville spent Sunday herewith I

thirty In the afternoon in the Wellborn Methodist church { Mr. and Mrs. Al Leonard Jr.. Mr. Hunter parents, Mr. I
e with the Rev. Koon officiating at the double ring ceremony left Wednesday for Mobile. Ala., and Mra. Roy Hunter .
and Milton to visit with their parenta si
'0 Mia Keeling U the daughter of nation corsage Mr. and Mrs. John J. Gorman Adult Bible Clasa
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Phillips Donna Sue Brannon. niece of and Mr. and Mrs Tom
.' Keeling Jr and Mr. Brannon the the groom was flower girl and Leonard. Met Lasl WeekMr
e on of Mr and Mri. R. D. Brait- she wore a pink and blue floor Gary Martin returned 'home and Mrs 8. T Bowman
non. RFD Wellborn length gown Monday evening after spending a and Mr and Mrs. Roy Hunter
The nuptial vows were exchanged Brett Bourklund. nephew of few days in Haines City with Miss were hosts to the Adult Bible May your every wish '
against a background of the groom from Perry, was ring Babsy Phillip. Class of the First Methodist for the Holiday Season ,
white gladioli with candles embracing bearer Mr. and Mr* Reggie McNelU: Church at the church Tuesday be realized thofg
either side and a weeping James E. Byrd of Lake Cityserved of Tallahassee are spending the evening December It, with a our with for ii 45. '
t willow on either side of the as best man Ushers were holidays,here with Mr. and Mrs. covered dish supper
altar Dwight Statue! and Stafford Bob Cannon and Mr and Mrs Christmas decorations were
MIA Evelyn Downing pianist Brannon. Dave McNelU used on the tables
played a program of nuptial music The bride given In marriage by Miss Joanna Tsacrloa YOU The Rev Spivey Brabham gave
and accompanied Mlu Elizabeth her father, wore a white satin student arrived home Saturdayto the devotional and Miss Elisabeth
Mathls who sang "Whither Thou floor length gown enhanced witha THE SHAFT silhouette, spend the holidays with her Ball told two Christmas Itorlea. Niels H. Brorsen Construction Co.

GoesT and "The Wedding pearl trimmed neckline and lone..tlmed. I1pUJ.lhap parent Mr and Mrs. Nicky A collection was taken to be
Prayer", which waa sung as the long pointed sleeves The veil of and collared with white satin sent to the Methodist orphan tatttt atwwwwstrwxttsrtstwtrtrtrttrtst.tnrtwswsw.wrwaxreaire

couple knelt at the altar I Illusion was secured to a pearl Norah May designed It la 311 Jemlgan Garden home in Enterprise, Ala ......................................+rewipBless
Mrs. Casey Byrd of Lake City seeded tiara. She carried white gray Jay.Goodwill ;
was the bride's matron of honor. carnations centered with a white Circle Ho trm. Friday

She wore a street Itneth pink ] orchid. Club has The Camellia Circle of the Uv I SubscriptionsSutmnnre
suit with a pink and white car. Mn. Keeling wore a navy blue Oak Garden Club Inc. 'met last

twgwaws.....................wmwrtrrarwgtwnrit1k Christina PartyThe Friday Dee 17, at 3:00: pm In S Democrat
Goodwill Club met last the home of Mrs. W M Jernlgan
Tuesday at the home of Mrs. W. Christmas decorations were Listed below are new subscriptions
W Hunter for their annual used thruout the living room and and subscriptions renewedto
Christmas partyOlfu den The dining table was covered the Suwannee Democrat from
December 10 to December
were exchanged and secret with a pink linen tablecloth IT
pate were named In the center was a silver' candelabra NEW nmscRirnoNs
Mrs Phil Brim wlU be the hos holding five pink silver Mrs. Ruth Lunsford Lake City

less ,on January II, glittered candles centered with an Mr and Mrs Robert Williams.

( arrangement of silver glittered Bl.keIY.Oa. 1
John M Sullivan, Nashville
.. crepe dress and coat ensemblewith Ivy Little pink angels hung below! Tenn. a ,
a pink and white corsage by silver ribbons The sliver tea
Mrs T A. Match Branford
Mrs. Brannon wore an Ice blue service holding hot cranberry
k./ dress ,with a pink and white carnation spiced tea was at one end and Richard Townsend, Danville,
/ FOR AI corsage silver compotes of nuts and candyat Ky. I
RtNI"'tn: :
Following the ceremony a reeeptlon the other Dainty Christmas O. C Butler. Branford
was given by Mr end cookies and cake were placed on,
J. L. OatH L O
( HAPPY Mrs.. Keeling In the Educational 'silver trays Mrs. Donald Hatch
Robert Engstrom, L. 0 tf
Building adjoining the church poured I
F W Dodge Co.. Atlanta GaNIm f
The four tiered wedding cake 'NrI. M R Bchofleld was a .
Drawdy. OBrlen
CHRISTMAsju was Iced In white and emboued guest of Mrs B. A. Swing and ,
CDR E. F. Hodge. Jacksonville
with pink and white wedding Introduced to the circle
bells. After a short business session I Suwannee County Chamber, of one and all
Commerce. L. O I
*** Mrs Stafford Brannon kept the the members exchanged 1I0ur.n.n..mC'nw I
The Rev and Mrs, Otis Page,
CltIw bride book. Mrs WWlard Brannon or giftsTNralu I
poured punch. Others asiUtIng Lake City a .' on Christmas Day!

were Mrs. Msudetl Hutchlns. I
Elaine Stanford and QlendaWynn. Sunday9rem SPEWED MID' .
If To Pete South-central Missouri once
had a volcano that spewed mud,
For her wedding the bride Mr and Mrs. W, W ONeal will 1
TAot, Our YuI"tJ.Vtsh/ / / according la geologist G C. Am.stuU .
won a winter white suit with be honored on December 3/ with
I of Heidelberg West Germany
black accessories and the orchid an house at the Recreation
.* lifted from her bridal bouquet Center open, celebrating their Fiftieth !I eY rrl..+fVr.ty._.Mewg_ ....yr d ._ttMlwrlK______.e._M7_.Mtwlwl.Vwt .

Mra Brannon graduated from Wedding Anniversary from one ctCtct

WKaterte yew freemt your! Suwannee High School In IMS I until five o'clock In the afternoon
? and Is associated with the North Children of the couple, Mr end

}Hopes and ambitions..may d.y.11" Florida Telephone Co. Mr Bran- Mrs. Wilbur O'Neal Mr and Mn
( non graduated from Suwannee Fan Roberts Mr, and Mrs Truiit
High School in Gamble of this Mr and
1MO and t associated man city
come true for you and your on tin It): with Ms father In fsrm.Ing Mr.. Gary Pearson, Mr and Mrs

Odell Curl of OesrwsUr and
mort nugnincent"" eccsMon. The couple win make their Mr, and Mrs. Letter Brim of
home at RFD Wellborn Jacksonville will host the affair
Around one hundred and twen All friends an relative are Invited .
ty-five attended the wedding\ and to call during the" appointed

W. B. HOWLAND CO. reception hours
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Christmas Trees Greener, Bushier I Who'll Buv The Most '65 Trucks? I .ff ffiftWgmg# 1j i'5 i QANI AUNF CNT t tWaotuFl

Thanks To The U.S. Forest Service sr antgllo--jam-meal' E5ii

I TAKE ALONG prepared foods for that quick
Many Christmas tree were rangers organize means of con
greener; bushier, and fresher this trolling fires forest pests, and outJoors... FOR 2 WAS< Side i ,
1 year, thanks to scientists of the tree diseases; plan reforestation; rl l 9MAAKECHECK! use ITEMS BELOW ARE FOR 2
United States ,Forest Service. administer the sale and harvestIng r so
Botanists at the Forest Genetics I 22 L05.
of timber; grant grazing per- tPr 1
"p Laboratory In Placervllle, mits; survey boundary lines; !tI:DRIED BEEP
Calif., have ,been perfecting new track down timber rustlers: and es:14AR0SUAMERSAUSASt 4 4tlb
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hybrid pines. ''with more branches, conduct scientific research In the 2 SANS CORNED BEEF /0
thicker needles, and longerlasting management of forest landS. The LOAF BREADBox
cones government foresters work closely F.M 'yjf i!! CRACKERS
I Improving Christmas trees Is with state and private foresters. LBS.CORNMEAL
, I ) just one of myriad jobs carried As one ranger described his 4 I BOX LBS>..PA OATMEAL!MIX) TAKE LONG A POX OF''SOME
out by the Forest Service, the 60- I job, "I'm the man between between I .t8t: 61SCM NpCuAK BSW'irafiBWf'poVEKYWEU.' I ,,,N we4cae'
year-old branch of the Department I the timber cutter who KING POWDER Mt _"

of Agriculture. wants to log the whole forest; the DRIED MIll Stop senselcca a a:.
I 1 Federal foresters administer 154 picnicker who wants electric \\iS.DEHYPRATE' POTATO IS
National lights and running water behind 1k. La.DEHYDRATED CARROTS
acres In 39 states and another every tree; the wilderness' lover .._'. PRIED EGGS SAUSAGE Words of the WiseWe
four million acres of National who wants no roads and no people KB.DEHYDRATED SOUP HARP ANDCNEESESHOULDBBLBS..5UUGGAAR SUMMER
2L8S.COFFEE wouldn't have so
Grasslands. The area represents ; the sportsman Who wants manydelinquent
'f a tenth of the Nation's land, and good hunting and fishing; and TI6HTCONTAINERS OR if their mothers
stretches from the frigid fiords of the citizen who wants to know all lAR Of JELLY* THEY hugged them and kissed
Alaska to the of CANDY BARS TJ.ftsSffiKj; them and when necessary
cypress swamps about how his taxes are being j &
Sp: spanked them. A child who
Louisiana. Tonto National ForestIn spent. The problem Is how to VbqR" 1 PICI\.Ii\ fte56
Arizona Is bigger than Connecticut satisfy everyone." tBS ORIiP FRUIT 114EN 1oIA.NG knows he's can accept
'I To do these varied jobs, some Th.r '11 be mttruckl under the Christmas-tree th l-"t; AUMB. discipline, even the woodabed
f As more and more Americans 17.000 rangers operate their own on the Job silt, and mother will buy most of them for budding;, BAKING SODA type.
take to the woods, more trained fleet of 60 planes and 10.000 truckers like this 10 MARE A QUICK DOUGH WITH Benjamin Fine)
foresters' are needed. As a public trucks There Is a 300-man force -- UTENSILS BISCUIT MIXES,JUST -P MIUC
service, the National Geographic of "smokejumpers". Who are the biggest purchasers of trucks, bulldozers, road graders cor UC A f1LRil:1lT ADO I E IN
and other working vehicles Not engineers, builders or contractors
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Society recently joined with the I Forest Service pilots sometimes < OVER \BEREADI
but tTURH
American Association as you might expect American mothers! 2 t il YOU'L & BAKEP elrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrree
Forestry In
restock fishing areas by
diving These are toy vehicles designed for the. Christmas tree rather
nationwide talent hunt for potential 'low and literally bombing lakes than the lob site And although 2-0FRYIN 3- PLATES < Cl1CUPS :. -
foresters. A Society grant [ with flngerling trout. Asked If they are made of steel and this )'ear.- several times the r '
enabled the booklet, "So You the drop hurt the fish one pilot operate much like their combined output of their real,life 2- KNiVES 2-F0m AND 2-5POON SETS.
Want To Be A Forester", to be remarked, 'Not unless I miss and counterparts their dimensions counterparts. And Tonka oft SOAP,SOAPPISHa.OTH3TOWEL5. ._-/.-"-,.w
sent free to 30,000 secondary drop them, In the trees" are measured in Inches rather clals say that more than half of
schools across the country The Forest Service Is the only than In feet them will be bought by mothers HI YA! r
\ k Dr. Melvin M. Payne, executive major government branch, that One manufacturer alone, Thus Mom will be the key pun ? ..Vy ... ..- '
Tonka Toys Is producing more chasing agent for highway equipment t ; '
vice president and secretary of j
shows a cash and
i C National Geographic said,' "Par- Inventory. Last profit year, timber growing sale. than eight_million, toy .vehicles. I junior'size, that I.. 'L .,;' '..'

ticipating In the project reflects : grazing permits, and other fees itl 0
I the Society's long interest In conservation amounted to more than $149 million ,
." The profit Is. of course, a WEEKLY LIVESTOCK REPORT N f ,
The green and khaki clad for pittance compared with the bene- or TilE I i 1 ,
est ranger must be,a professional fits that don't show up In bookkeeping ; 'ft:
jack-of-all-trades woodsman, recreation wildlife Suwannee Valley Livestock Market i
scientist, engineer, economist, accountant increasing timber, and growing '
,' public relations expert, water resources. '
Trading was moderately active ferlor, $8.110.25.Calves .
I and somewhat of a nomad. To 4t&
..t take care of a forest's multiple- mm imir'Well / __ with demand good for the most : good and low-choice, r
use resources recreation, wild part at the Suwannee Valley $1925-M75; standard. $18-$21-
life, timber, forage, and water Livestock Market' for the week 25; utility, $14-$18; inferior, $11- c, ::4rk
ending last Wednesday. A total of : 15. ;
lwwrwr. 1S6 cattle and calves were sold, Hogs totaled 1,004 compared Wire proud to 'e

i DO YOU .HAVE AN down from 178 the previous week. with 907 the previous week. tend our belt

Alcohol Problem? Slaughter heifers were steady, Mixed grades barrows and gilts wishes of the
'cows strong, calves steady to SO
sold as follows: 180-210 Ibs., $24-
We now have in Live Oak cents higher. Slaughter steers 08; 210-240 lbs. $2405; 240-270 lesson to eoch

an AA' Grqup ready to and bulls were few.Fettderstocker Ibs. $2310, 100-180 Ibs. $33.10: of rout!
help you. 1 steers and heifers 140-160 Ibs. $2310; 120-140 Ibs,

: WRITEP. were strong, cows few and $2330; 100-120 Ibs, $2335; 80- .
calves steady to $1 higher.. 100 Ibs, $23.
O. Box' 591, Nearly two-thirds the supply Most sows 180-600 Ibs., $1830- I

LIVE OAK cleared to feeder-stocker accounts I $2045; boars, $1425.U. .' Mike and Coula
OR CONTACT YOUR .+rr while slightly more than half the S No. 1, 2, and 3 feeder pigs I I
total were calves under 75 Ibs. $30-$33; U. S. No. TRacriosrrrrrrrrrrrrrarrrrrrt
Physician I
or is another thing
Slaughter cattle sold as follows: 2 and 3. 75-110 Ibs. $25-$32.25,
to complain One high-utility steer: 117 over 110 Ibs, $25-$29. retr.

................................................. Heifers: good 120-12275: stan-
dard. ..I17.60-f20.75; one low- C ys&gwm 4 .Ir.CtCt C a C0CtC
Cows: cutter and low-utility,
{! $1225-115; cannrr, $950-$11 ." ,
Bulls: cutter and utility, $1425-

'; C: A OOA"Y t 117 Calves.50. : good, sold In wide price *' 9 9V

range, $18-$23; standard $16-
j $1S,50; utility. $14-$18,75.

,J '.f (C ] SffJlAS Feeder-stocker Few good vealers cattle 111-120.25.sold as 1kL
.jot 4 X
follows: % .4 Ysr : e
t I ,t TO OUR MANY Steers: choice $21.75-$2325.; "'ft.l'. : '
GOOD FRIENDS good, 111.25-122.25; one standardat L
AND NEIGHBORS $18; utility $1150-11550; Inferior Io! ; .
$975$1275Heifers 'Mt S
4, OF THIS FINE 't 1
; ,' COMMUNITYLAMAR : good $1550-$1950.;
standard $1450-$1550.: one low .
utility 112.25.Cow. 1
A .: few utility, $1425; In- "

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I Florida soils provide an Ideal ;;
background for an unusual nature I{ ,.
a hobby A collection of wildlife
tracks may be made by filling

/ I them with a mixture of nearly ( .'. '
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; and water. After collaring the
track: with earth, leaving a one- ;
Inch margin the plaster Is carefully ,,'11 '1'\'
poured inside until .the Imprint \
is filled. When dry It maybe .
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cal Model Electric Trains Retain Say: 'fl' o o 1MVIR11,1I aroaevK waTZOt.tpu ,

[ lie Age Of Steam Railroading I Y .. ...: ,

e age of team railroading magnificent old Iron horse can 'id
||1 never pass a* long as there nonballlng down the track But Odd Fact
fathers. and ChrtsUnasplte I I the piece de resistance In any rn1l Police In Milan, Italy, ruled
the supremacy of Jet grown-up's switch yard to the ,4IwNsevea It
illegal for a man to atop atrain >
In actual travel the model The whUtle I
MI; steam locomotive. kla
Irma! to rt wtf..n it by
omotlve holds Its own beneath walls for crossings and the stack lying down ea UM rallrt4
Christmas tree. The outlay puffs smoke. The train speeds ,1x I track
l'NcI1-to-run train and equip past tiny suburban stations and ii I
|nt has risen to prehapa $:SO( villages across bridges and thru -
lion a year In the United tunnels, snaking Its whiplash of I...... :.......... ...

|tel, The National Model Rail- freight cars among papier-mache
d Association numbers 14.000 mountains and valleys. ibe I

ihly skilled hobbyist who make I Model trains art probably the POOD RATIONED IN INDIA-For till fleet time In U AU
|lr own scale moc1tlLoda
moat precisely designed and realistic
food rationing Imps effect
ton Into In India aa a mull o,
,. youngsters' tend to buy of aU playthings Usually eanfal with Peel drought A VA. official from CARE to distributing a this. Wo hop and
els; they re never seen a they are made from the blueprintsof
porridge to hungry youngsters In New Delhi
I actual trains. Manufacturers thaiIkofullnott t
often give model-train makers the Soon he produced a small flatcar I
I design of forthcoming equip which ran around on a track Card Of Tlutnkii GRADUATE SCHOOL GROWING. ofChrllt'
ment A model ofh.. Prnnsyl* devised from bras strips mount The University of Plodders .
ed wooden UleaUr. To the many friend, doctor, *"*
wants Railroad's 8-1 steam tur on Graduate School ha rapidly de. r
Cowen found for' nurses minister, and church,
an outlet
blue locomotive beat the real eloped Into one of the finest In
thing to the tracks. his toy can In novelty *tore.. I I with to e ipres'* our appreciation. the nation. The University pr.l..ntb' and bltulngiwill
With for the abundance of cards letter
Increasing demand he at
But the golden era of railroad ofer training at the doctor. bo yours
model *, flower, visits. prayers and
up a manufacturing
Ins seem to have greater fsscl com! R of philosophy level In 44 area and
pany and cave It hla middle name i especially for the goodness of .
nation than the present Back on i doctor of education In four other
The word "Lionel became cynonomou Ocd for His merry, white Rev
the INS market are three modrl *. Manter'a degree program are
Travis was In the University Hos
with model train. and<
locomotives that were out of production offered In 10 discipline
the conalderednearly pltal at Oklneivin during themonth
company was
for a Urn the famed 1 1I.
on a par with Banta Claus of November and while he
Fairbanks Morris of the Virginia and his North Pole workshop BlUOar BEAR pullover U I I. recuperating at our home. I t I
4r Line the OPof the Boston BalUmore'a aharp-tontued jour color coordinated with allk,. Mr. C. O Travla
and the Hudson of the
Maine looking stretch pant to createa
naiut II. U Mencken didn't writ (Paid Notice)
M New. York Central. cuddy look for UtU girl. .
kindly about many things but he 4
t Model train exhibits are a surefire did write with affect of modelrsilroadtng. Sleeves and turtle neck art
hit wherever they appear During his boyhood stretch ay Ion; pant lave THIt WAY rUCASK
.) ;* When model trains wm featured man lamp* of wood alcohol furn aUtched cnaaea for permanent Built In 1137 and deserted. in
1 at the Americas pavilion In an International Weed the fuel for brlthtly painted bandbox free \hoses From U7, the Cape Florida Uihthouy
fair at Djakarta sever team locomotives that wert b, sass on Key BUcajme to tUU useful to
al yean ago crowd of Indonealan no mean fireproof. He said mankind. This battered brick'
"were paralysed with fasci burning paint and alcohol were tower once warned mariner of
nation", the New York Times Christmas smells In old Baltimore dangerous reef along the ooat i
A reported. The newspaper commented I 'Father' ran the 1111"hf'n Household HintTo of Miami; but Ironically, It nowIf'rYM CANADA will lava M mil.
"There to. after all. some Jut a* they do today Mencken remove' powder mark a* a landmark In guiding boa of these Alouette II
true communion among the hum. remlnlaced "They'd Hiht up the fee Ua sack Of a dark- oloredoreat fisherman toward ahlpwreck tamp Jsa. B In honor of Ha MALOVSGARAGE
alt.r an family lampe and after a while (the nb. then with aaoUar which occurred before the tower second spare satellite, fired ,
v 5"1 At the New York Worlds Fair, tem locomotive would start pile of dark material. existed, The iiibmeried hulks tram Vandcntwrf Air Forte
recently closed the largest scale- singing. Then If It didnt explode, shelter. .schools of giant grouper.. 'liar. Cabs Nov la. ettttstttsssssstttrttttt
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trick and some 1.000 pieces of take a middle aged per onto : : '
miniature rolling stock. Includ reallae how fleeting' youth |., fi (
Ins 400 locomotive of every description. and an aged person to reatta how toJ m!J
short human
live Ire '
PLAYFUL SEPARATES M The father of American model .
ride wale eordu...,.. Hired railroading was Joshua Lionel I \ meRRY f tJ!'
titotte match the eardiiraB Cowen. Around the turn of the
aleevele jarket, century white using dry-cell batterlea ... ,
jt..m with the autumn leave* and lights to Illuminate aril ,.I CfiRIStlDAS a r' 1
pram Bermuda collar shirt fteel flower for a commercial a u1 f IN. rr '
[Entire aiuembt by MaJwUcSportswear. display, he began tinkering with r I .,
[ the batteries and produced a TO IACH 0' rout hITw [1n ',
imatt. electrically driven car Illt
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a7 iMa..X1>.....>Ma..... .....bail I Santa Claus At Elks PartyI Director ONLY ZS DAYS

Beverage The "Messiah" oratorio, a
Christmas tradition, was composed
+ Letters ToSANTAJ Reports Revenue by Oeorge Frldertck Handel In
:. only 25 days, according to World

Ir :t Book Encyclopedia. It was first
; Still IncreasingRevenue performed in. 1742 In Dublin A
year later King George n set the
collections are still In- custom' of standing during the
I creasing State Beverage Director oratorio' "Halleulujah Chorus".
,, : : Ren Morris reported last week. .

Dear Santa Claus bow and arrow set. I will put a Collections by his Department MORE AND MORE MASTERS
My name Is Selina Zenola Oar- cup of coffee and piece of cak amount to 111,078,74353 for the In the past 10 years the University .
'' under the tree for you: I have month of November .;.. this being of Florida ha establishedmaster's
tried to be a good boy. a 7.78 per cent Increase for the degree program In com

I've been a very good little Brett off.PS. month of November 1965 over th munications, rehabilitation coun-
way Please have metal pointson same month In 1984. seling, nuclear' engineering, .met-
girl.For I want to the arrows. I Sh sJlurglcsl engineering: nursing
Christmas you Cigarettes represented $4.779.
doll, swing set, ---. 1 e : 75374 total collected education and hospital adminis
bring me a baby a 1 f of the ;
a tea and cook set along with a Dear Santa, 1y liquor, $3.058.167; beer 12.390.- tration.. .
stove, and some clothes. Oh! Santa Please bring me some toys. 05888; wine, $820.932.58; and
don't forget all the other boys I love you. miscellaneous collections accounted -
and girls, bring them something Keith.Hammock for the remainder. Wife Preservers

too. Also bring my Aunt Ozle u 'I The Beverage Department

something for writing this letter ; 2t .' law enforcement activities In No-
for me. Not only she, but bring Fast Driving Is vember reveal that state beverage

all my uncles, aunties, friends, ;ti Se r agents In cooperation with local
and relatives something 111 put Accident Factor ; :. and federal law enforcement officers -
you some coffee and fruit cake e. uncovered and destroyed
under the tree. 'n o IS moonshine still, 5470 gallon
Merry Christmas Santa I During Holidays of fermenting snub 269 gallon
Yours truly, of moonshine, and seized nine
SellnaPS. Three out of four fatal Christ- vehicle In connection with Illicit e.rr
Don't fosget my parents, mas accidents involve driving too activities.
_ they've been so wonderful, loving fast for conditions or In excess ofa Mot e wind w.bex cuh valve
and kind, bring them something.I. stated speed limit, according to Exalted Ruler Carl Moore standing, watches as Santa Claus talks with kids a' the Elks Department records Indicate vt If an.w table) .tat 8-W few
I that 229 criminal cases and 138 .)m right angle" half-way tIe_
the Florida Agricultural Extension Christmas party Saturday. (Dan gtslner Phote) administrative eases were made.
Dear Santa Claus, Service.
I have been a good little boy Most fixed object collisions OLD TIMER Beulah 4-11 Club
this year. Bring me a Johnny nearly all non-collision accidents, 'One of the world's oldest clock SOUTHERN ESCAPEAt
Seven OMA gun, Napoleon Solo and moat collisions with ,other vehicles Is still running after almost 600 To Landscape Ground the close of the bitter Civil GREETINGSROSS

gun Popeye movie projector, anda involve excess speed years. It U the Henry De Vlck The ,Beulah Community '-H War a distinguished member of
Etcha sketch. Drinking drivers are Involved in clock In Paris' Palais de Justice, Club met on Tuesday, Dec U, at the United State bar escaped
Fill my stocking with lots of more than half the fatal Christ- which was completed in 1370. the Beulah Community Center, from the shore of Florida's Sara- DRY CLEANERSNew

candy mas time accidents. During the and saw a demonstration on makIng iota Bay to England. Judah P.
Russell Stapleton balance of the year, they are Involved Holiday time is danger time for banana nut bread by Miss Benjamin, a former British sub- Drive In Pick Up Service
P.S. Give Rudolph a hug for me In one out of three. walkers too. One out of four HattIe AHbrltton. Jrct who had served the Confederacy Between Red & White and'Coca-Cole Plant
Fatal accidents occur early In Christmas accident Involve pedestrlans. The club plans to landscape "We Give
a* Attorney general, secretary Special Care To The Clothe You Wear"IF
Dear Santa. the holiday period. During the last Forty per cent occur the ground around ,the Community of war and secretary of YOU HAVE TRIED TilE
,l I nave tried to be a good boy MX hours of Christmas Eve, the between 4 pm and midnight Center with native shrub *state wu called to the Englishbar REST. .
this year. I want a Secret Sam hourly rate for fatal accidents is Christmas Eve, and nearly 73 per,I bery on Dec 30 soon after his self-imposed WE INVITE YOU TO TRY THE BEST

gun, a Gl-Joe doll and a 2 gun apparently five times greater than cent during the first 30 hour of at evlle. He later became a queen' Merry Christmas & A
holster I want a doctor kit too. It Is for the' remainder of the the holiday. I (Renew Your Subscription) counsel Happy New Year
Give Mrs. Claus a kiss for me. holiday. --
I love you.Robert The most common accident is -
Walnwrlght the two-car collision It accounts '

,_ for nearly one-third of all holiday For Sale Real Estate MISCELLANEOUS
Dear Santa,.' accidents'more than one-third of
Please bring me a pair of slippers the fatalities. Next In rank are JPPO
a teddy bear cowboy suit. I non-collUlon accidents and fixed
I Something to built with and a i object collisions N/TJ' Branch OfficeSUWANNEE RIVER IT PAYS TO SIIOP

I REALTY Live Oak Drug Co..

0 FOR SALEFOR FOR SALECHRISTMAS 407 Dowllnf St. The. FmcrlpUoa ....".

A Thought For Today LITTLE ADS Parm Bureau Bldg. FOR THE BEST
By BRODY C. HARRIS SALE Poulan and Pioneer SHOPPING? We Phone J82-U2.
BIG RESULTS chain saws, part end service have pianos, organ, new and WINSTON J. ROGERS. ResJU CHANEL BLUE: GRASS
"If you can't be a highway then just be a trail, Logging supplies hooks, clamps, rebuilt: guitar, amplifiers, mu Specializing In Farm Ac Acrc: .' DANA AMBUSH. Tabu ,
If you can't be the sun be a star; Bales and Loans CORDAY-Fame. hours Mot
bow bars
and chain. Repair steal uae.aorea! : TV, color and Possession
It Isn't by size that you win or you fail BUY-SELL EXCHANGE
for most small gasolln enlinelTyre' black and white; record play SirCLTON
Be the best of whatever are I" Escapade Desert
Four Acres With 600 Ft. FrontageOn
Whatever the purpose, you will Saw & .Engine: Service: er*, console and portable: tap Flower Corn Silk
If only we would stop to realize that the smallest man Is just find Democrat classifieds do formerly Electric!: Service Co, recorder, radios, records, sheet Branford Road. Nice MATCHABZLU: Wind Song
as Important In this scheme of life as the biggest 90S 6th St. Your email engine music. Your complete music Homesite With Plenty Of CHANTILLY- SHOCKING
fa j man we wouldn't waste needless effort trying to the job, quickly and well headquarter. cadj tf dealer Gifts from 11 up. Frier Shade Trees. Good Location For FABEROE: -Tigress. Woodhue
.' become something which we not Intended to 00 Aphrodeala.
'. f are Music Co. 112 North Ohio. Two Or More Traitors. ",800 Flambeau
'it: be If all the stars became Suns the LANVIN
planetary FOR SALE All size of tar With Terms -Arpege. My Bin
i 'II!. system would be plunged Into a catastrophe. DEADLINE FOR INSERTION Live Oak. cafe 32FOR Scanda
paullln, guaranteed not leak
the little stars have little which to REVLON:
jobs easentlal Intimate
e. AQUamarine
S are *
; 5:01 P.M. -'TuesdsysLOW OtU Brown Motors cdJJ tf BALI: 1 Case 3-row trace
'l 'ii" So would a major delemma result If all
men became President whereas law and ordtr RATE FOR RESULTS tor In good condition. good Three Bedroom Home, Near JADE EAST ENGLISH
1 can prevail: If each man understands his rank and BUTLER BUILDINOS Butlerall tire*. Fuco Oil and Chemical Downtown. Area. 11.00000 On LEATHER 007 "P UB' _
'r i fulfills that position to the very best of his capabilities SJt cents per word, with a' metal panel frame buildings Co. Phone 362-2093 pdJJ 31-35: Very Good Term CANOE: BRUTWHITMAN
I instead of diverting his energies towards and sheds. Call T, E. McCall. CANDY
a....: trying to be something else It Is better to be at minimum of $1.00. 9354202, Branford Fla. TV *et for isle. 21 Inch screen: POLAROIDAmerican
... the top. and stay arthe top of a small ladder than All classifieds nan be paid ta pdJJ 29-33 <4< year old. In good condition Greeting Cards
to be at the bottom, and possibly fall off the lowest advance) Contact W. A. Reams. Bran HOUSE: AND FIVE: LOTS Amity Billfolds
rung of a tall ladder.Remembering I FOR SALE Used tire and ford. Fla. pdJJ 3034 Near The Suwannee River Mallory Hearing Ate

that there Is a place for all of us. aiming to fill ONE WEEK FREE tube Bargain for car, truck., 11.90000 Batteries
that place to the best of our ability .not trying to steal someone ordered tractor: All ilws available FOR RENT With Down Payment of $500,
Classifieds far five
elses!. place. .is the key to happy achievement. Happy folks lead Some like new. Hundreds to COMPLETE:
I constructive lives t they plan ahead .they make arrangements weeks, run the lad week free. pick from. Barber' Service mobile 391 Acre With 1 Mil Of FOUNTAIN SERVICE
t Come In to SUWANNEE FUNERAL HOME, 635 8. Ohio Ave. Phone 1400 will pay for a <8 word Station O-Brl-n. 933-3535. FOR RENT Spaces for River Frontage Nice Spring,
: 382-1234 and make arrangements for the Inevitable. while it Is easy advertisement for five weeks. homes Plenty of room. Nice Considerable Timber
and convenient. Vie Suwannee Democrat CUul.. Also available through your and clean. Good well water. call If LIVE OAK
neighborhood service station
fled for Proven Result. Lake for fishing and swimming.
from Barber' Tire Service,
Morgan's Trailer Park U. a 90 .
BRODY C. HARRIS wholesale division. cadj tf DRUG CO.
"I Wt... Live Oak. Fla. Phone
Licensed Funeral Director FARM. TIMBER. FHA LOANS I
FOR SALE 3632016. cabb tf Phone, 'ct-'"' .
l I\\ SUWANNEE FUNERAL HOME MODEL CLEARANCE SALE roR RENT: A 2-bedrooro For Information call or see: -- __.. c
FOR SALE Coleman oil burning We have seven 1965 round bobbin apartment for rent. Call 3022835 PAUL A. BYRD FARMERS

t I r. 625 S. Ohio Avenue circulating space heater. sewing machine left. These machines or 983-2743. caJJ tf Realtor MONEY for farm
LIVE' OAK FLORIDA 48000 BTU'. Enough heat to are completely guaranteed FOR RENT Furnished Baehe* 408 S. Ohio Ave. lions at reasonable your! cost. opera Term f fto
warm an average five room Equipped to tig sag nuke buttonholes Live Oak. Florida fit your\ needs Loans up to
PHONE 3621234FUCO' house. Almost newt I Price, $50.caJJ etc. $35 I II total price Will lor quarters and small apart- Phone 363-1389 1 yearn Can North Florida Pro
I IAwe.
menU for gentlemen on budget
tf elf ductloo Credit Aatn.
N j accept older machine for part a. Ohio
payment. Phone Orlando collect. Light and water Included Lire Oat TL J43-2548, I
Ready to In. Oas hooked
..... u.nuree.llur.elelSII....uue..n.....nuunau., HELP WANTED 423-3577. Wlndenreedle move between e e.b-tf
up. See St.
I e 23-34
the Nehl Bottling Co. and
: : WANTED: Waitresses Apply at the OWl Oas Station HORNE REALTY CORP. VISIT ANNIE'S: BEAUTY SHOP
t Dixie "Drill, caJJ U FOR SALE Two AUstate motor pejd 31-35 BRANCH OmCCtil Operator. Annie 'I. Mills
W. Steward 91
scooter. One has five horse Mary Drew Boatrtght. Mirth
CURB HOP and lady to work power and three speed gear FOR RENT 3-bedroom hotise. MID. Elaine: Webb, and Manicurist.
f Petroleum ProductsBULK fountain anted.! Bitter than This one 100. The other ha Mrs C O. Trans. 383-374 tf. GEORGE B. DEES Ruby Sanford aU U
average pay. Apply In person.A three horsepower and automatic AtMetate
DELIVERY A W Drive la cajJ: tt drive $73 Both In excellent
I Fuco Farm Fuels and condition Call 3632470. ._FM Rule' .-Rent' Estate Phone 362-168 ANY TYPE _
WANTED Mechanics with
30-33 -
Home Comfort Heating .Fuel 's hand tools.. Must be competentand pea 11 ACRE TRACTS 0 mice MEMORIAL ij

GASOLINE OIL_ DIESEL FUELS. sober Dealer under new FOR SALE OE: washing ma ,TRAILER OWNERS from lown i
TRACTOR FUEL KEROSENE management. New equipment chine, $78 and OE: dryer $73 LOTS FOR SALE: WORK' ....
$75 per week salary and com Both In good condition. 620 Su 0001' "TOMS Priced 1593 DONE' '
TIRESBATTERIESGEORGIA mission. Vacations Insurance: wannee Ave. pajj 33 OUTSTDX CITY (but Close la> 20 ACRE TRACTS 1 mile
uniforms; Coker Chevrolet and PAUL A. BYRD Realtor
ACE FERTILIZER Oldsmobile Co. Live Oak. FU' FOR SALE: Pecan tree*, peach 404 a Ohio Ave. from town. Granite, Marble Bronze
: Any Quantity Any Analyal Bulk or Bagged ; cast U pear grape plum.blueberries fig. Wrapped persimmon in Live Oak. Florida Phone 3624331LIVE OAKMONUMENT '

i 6rt Cash Discount On All Fertilizer Thru February WANTED Assistant manager plastlo tor root protection. Phone 362.1351ell 3 or 3 Bedroom Home on .
trainee, age 2330. Inquire at Christina Cactus: In bloom. Heh
j SPREADER SERVICE Town Finance Co., 213 West FRM Feed Store. Phone 363315S. BAGS h Sweep. .
FOR 3-tMdroora howe Ctf
Howard St, Live Oak. Fla cdJJ 31-33
I Company Owned Bulk Fertiliser Transport ; ecjj with natural ga heater double .
We Handle ASCS Purchase Orders, 30421 FOR SALE: Two gentle mar carport and Mom room 11 HALL ELECTRIC: MOTOf
I WANTED Maid to keep two' hone with small colts at side city sewerage, located on .Urge WHY PAY RENT? SHOP For prompt tffictrnMTrtce. j

FUCO .'93'. GASOLINE i children ages 2 year and I' Also one saddle, bridle and corner lot with 3 bearing pecan Lk-T BOB WOLFE DESIGN: A toad selection ., mo
month and also do housekeeping
saddle pad. Priced to sen Con. tree. Can 363-361 before 9am.
I COMPANY OWNED' BULK TRANSPORT- Hour. 8 to 4. Can 363331. tact Mr Adelaide Martin. or after 8 p... caaf U AND BUILD A HOME TO tort) end. parts In stock J1Iona.2t71.
j I cbJJ Branford Fla. 935-3673. SUIT YOUR FAM11Y HEEDS; Maya Road Lie

FUCO. BRAND INSECTICIDESFREE 32-33. pdJJ 30-34 FOR SALE 3-brdrooa frame lID FINANCES.:: <. Oak. pdJJ 314SEWWO
I r house northeast of Lrve Oak.
FOR SALE: 1 maple bedstead.. laG down no euaUfytnc Call MACHETES: Par
S&H'.CREEHSTAMPS; WANTED TO BUY $10; 1 chest drawer. 81$: I Phil Black collect at Jackson Bob Wolfe, Contractor alee and service A3 task
1 OE: water heater ISO 1 break YUle 33 -304. Inquire retard Phone 362-32S3 Mrs. C O. Trarta. 343-3744.
W. WITH ALL HOMK"6ELiVERYOF : IJ' WANT TO BUY Farm 160 fast table. 98: 1 dinette table. tog house No 3419 ebdj 33-33 eJJ t
PETROLEUM PRODUCTS acre or more 100 or more acre 93: I .Urge couch 833: I gas UVE OAK. FLA.
TIRES A BATTFJUES ; in cultivation Must have shade water heater I>>. Call 343- FOR SALE The property of cbjj tf ..
Call U* For. Complete' Farm. and Home Service : Send full detail to A. T. Mr- 343$. caal 33 Sim V. Daniels located] m Block
set. Rt. 1 Boa 19. High Spring. 13 adjacent: to the Baptist For Sd.-AutomottT*
FUCO OIL Fla. pdj 31-JJ WINDOWS Look awning win Church to OVrtra win be sold GOOD CrSTOMEX
? i dows 3TDO-/8 $16.84. and to the highest, and best bidder France remained the biggeet 1
h', WANT TO BUY 3 trailers to'' 37x38-3/1 $tJ II. AH sued Monday. Dee. 27, INS at 11I'm. buyer: of U. a gold tfurtag (he FOR SALE Jeep eb em e*
:" : :rHI tTCHEMICAL-CIV no i haul enactors PICoOt available), at Mary Carter Faint en said property. Seller,third garter ef 1944. parchastag glow 1914 model pttkap ceeehealeany
a 1 ., : and. Co, Phone Store. 848 Hetvenston St. Drew good .... Coots
toe : Chemical. : 312-1 reserve the right to reject any nttJ *(UUoB-wonir ..srta. the.
{. : Phone 3622092 U-. Oak Florida 7093? '* 'Pd,)! 1141; J.,Wtldef w. caJJ U ..or aQ bid*, earn 33 .rutJ-September period. I C a AarfiM, Brtafcvd., ,r.alf*.
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:Francis Of Nursery Products I
Assissi Regarded THE OLD HOME TOWN '-*u__ By"STANLEY

Father V BUT'Hit Ut s Of Christmas CarolingChristmas At 8 Pet. Cain WIPAOeS AND .PIPACTICAULYAO. CONFrTTi I!

Florida crown nursery and
L greenhouse products flowers and
Traced Back bulbs sold at farm level for sn,.
Caroling First Service Mil 044.000 last year, a gain of 8 percent

To Plays In Thirteenth Century I At Dixler Chapel vyi Chamber over of 1963.Commerce the Florida reportedIn Stat: oIMPORTANT

The' first service to be held In Its Weekly Business Review
Christmas caroling is almost as old as. Christmas it.'I' the Blxler Memorial Chapel at the i recently,
though not in the form we know it. Advent Christian Home In Dow- "Florida products Included in
An early historian wrote that in the Second Century ling Park were held Wednesday w this total sales figure ten ornamental ..
h t bishop of Rome urged his people to sing "in celebra.: night at 7:30 pm. plants, flowering tires
,(;:, of our Lord Christmas hymns_ iro"baL'1c___ tn th* Included was a Christmas and potted plants: nursery stock ,
"fth Century, when most of them' -- -- -- .oo. meditation by Dr. Robert L Peterson of fruits, berries and nuts. Cut
ere written In Latin. carols to sing with their Nativity and a Christmas program by nowrrs. especially: gladiolus chry
St Francis of Assist Is regarded plays and after the plays they children at the Home, under the santhcmunu. orchids and roses
the father, of Caroline as welow would stroll down the street direction: of Rev. and Mrs J accounted for an appreciable partof
s singing. In that way street caroling Pomeroy Carter the sales. Christmas and other \
it. according to World Book
was born. holiday greens were also Included
nvclopedla. In 1223 St. Francis I
'aced a creche (miniature Na- Joseph Mohr. a pastor In O- Charles Wesley, brother of John "Th. nationwide beautification
city scene), In a hermitage in "StUle berndorf Austria.. composed Wesley, wrote. "Hark I The Heraid program Is highly significant to
"Silent .
:?echlo, Italy or Night"on Angels Sing-! In 1739. Phillips Florida nurserymen and growersfor
Eve. 1SU. Frans the state In
already stands
Brooks a noted'Boston clergyman.
After this many churchea be-
Oruber the local schoolmaster:
: third spot as a producer of plants
wrote 0 Little Town ofBethlehem" ,
in displaying a Nativity! scene and organist, composed the music
and flowers.
I Only Pennsylvaniaand
Christmas and soon the visiting ---
the same day, and the hymn was California produce - -- --- --- ---
e began acting out the litO-I sung for the first time at Midnight Bethlehem. I 1
u story The actors Mass that night Though not a carol. Handel's "Detailed marketing datanationwide on
----- noble "Messiah" ls a Christmas I distribution are available
tradition. It first was performedIn on Florida gladiolus and NOTICE
Dublin In 1741. "Joy To The chrysanthemuma. During the
When You Shop or Recommend To World", written In the early mil nine-month shipping season, October
Century by Isaac Watts was set through June 1984-198S. a
Friends Please Include These Home Town to the music of a segment of the total of 488878 cartons (12( City Ordinance No. 467 requiresthat
bunches each of
"Mesulah", "While Shepherds cut chrysanthemums
Processed Items Watched Their nocks By Wiht.- were shipped out of the all dogs and cats within the
written In 1703 by Nahum Tale.was state Cartons of potted chrysanthrmums -
set to music taken from "&- I numbered 107.300 FROZEN I roe", an opera by Handel. pots f'lch' and gladlola shipmentscame City of Live Oak must be vaccinated
10-os Box WHITE ACRE brand PEAS with SNAPS No one knows who wrote 'Th -RKTnUB In I to 777.144 hampers (20
style in
Itj-Ib. Bag WHITE ACRE brand PEAS with SNAPS First Noel". It first appeared 1 In asap bunches each.
20-oa. Bag ARCTIC CIRCLE brand WHITE:: PEAS print 'In lasS In a book called I trio Sleep coat pink and nylon booU tricot and "Roth gladiolus and cut chrysanthemum against rabies. This vaccination
PEAS "Christmas Carols Ancient and volumes shade
iH-lb! Bac REAL SOUTHERN brand BLACKETE: PEAS with Modem and U believed to be fluffy polyester fiberfill quilt below the previous a becauseof
Snaps. ed, completely washable Mad season must be done each
very old. matching cap. From Sears. adverse leather but potted year
The author of "God Rest V. Roebuck. chrysanthemums mere up Ift percent
CANNED "Merry Gentlemen." also U unknown In volume" between the months of October 1
oooD CHRISTMAS OUTS but he lived before Shake .
l-lb, Can WHITE ACRE brand PEAS with SNAPS
1.Ib. Can LE-KO brand FRESH BOILED PEANUTS. spear 80 If you should go caroling Florida Fishing FAMOUS 'ALl'MMDuring :' and January I. If your dog or cat
the first ten fol-
this Christmas season think of years
Country Hams Country Bacon Country SausafProcessed other carolers of years gone by, of Fleets Fill lowing Its founding In 11(5 Kol- has not been vaccinated it is im
the people of Charles Dickens tins College at Winter Park, was ,
In The Suwannet River Valley time ,In their beaver hats and attended by several outstanding
cutaway: coals, of English ell. Big DemandCommercial students. Among throe were Rex portant that it be done by Janus :
ay lagers In hose and Jerkin of i St. Francis and of the prints of tuning fleets off publisher Raymond Alden author 1st.
McMULLEN FOOD BANK INC. the Um of the Christian Roman Florlta's roasts docked a 171 million : Frederlcy L. Lenten Smith ary
Empire who before caroling a pound catch of saltwater fish I sonlan Institution curator, F.
LIVE: OAK. FLORIDA we know It eilsted sang "in worth 1211 million at port Stuart Crawford President Cool. CITY OF LIVE OAK
celebration of our Lord" around the state last year, the (die's secretary; and Robert P.Dldham. .
Florida State Chamber of Commerce Seattle attorney All of
uuw//"tul.a..uun..n/.nu.///ma//uaan//.ul/lla//.........................' pointed out In Its Weekly I these distinguished men were POLICE DEPARTMENT
; Business Review released last' listed: In "Who's Who In Ameri
rest ca", ,
ju1.nJLJc Jul
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Much of the nation's demand --- -- -- ----- ---- -- --- -
for fine seafoods ts filled by Ute
Florida catch.: No ether southern
iI' :I. stale land only three outside the '

,.. area has a saltwater fish catch Give re
4i j1ti I. worth more than Florida's. An
even down stales have a larger
catch In volume, however,
"Shrimp accounts for about MCTOR'The
half of the value of the fish
docked at Florida's' ports. Las
year's catch of shrimp was worth ,
1 1144 minion and weighed 44 million

"Edible pound,fin-fish Caught off Gift That

: Florida brought 114 million for ,
14 million pounds tuba or/tersclams. ,
ate brought 144 million Keeps on Giving'PRESENT v-
: for' 24 million pound. and non
: food flan sold for MSs,ooo for Jl I
: pound The total vaula of the
: Florida catch was up one per ems
Notice To All Corn Growers! : ever volume the dropped prtvtous I per year cent.Monroe. while'" PERFECT! M

IlilUborough. U. Al Wsta
Suwannee Grain Corporation is now receiving yellow shelled : and FraakBn were the slates lop w TV ,
: ranking sounUe In value of fl*>i Enjoy unsurpassed channel television pl.ry
com. We by to give you the most courteous service available to : catch brought year Involume with trantformer-powered New I yl.Ora

you and our aim is to see that you get the highest pouible price : the order was Monroe. Mats chassis, super-powerful New i eMa

for your cornBriog Nassau HUkboroufh. and Lfe Vista VHf tuner,ultra wntitlve Solid A,,,
'Some of the value of Florida's Slit" UHF tuner.Many other lop qusl. lk w Whit. I a
seafood ean be traced directly to lfyRCAVIctorteatueslncludingore, lit'
us a load of com. We believe you'll be back again and we applied research conduct by Mt VHF fine tuning, ill-range I Icontol tone
the Stale Board of Oonwrvationroecu
appreciate your patronage. : ,> totem! under way in bit RCA Solid{depend Copper* "'-
he stale should be mn shin
helpful a* wart prorre**** on hew
Phone 362.3596 end Improved tonatrvatlon prae
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Suwannee Grain Corporation Charles Wesley, brother of JoIn e Solid Stats 11"0 amplifier 'for
Wesley, wrote the words -Hark' 'Instant "warm-up,1'cool'operatione
The llnald Angels fling" In 171
1/4 M3 North Livestock Market On North Houston A... In his first verakm the carol" b 4'tpeihtr sound fyttem Include r
two P'oval'
'an. bark, how all the welkin duotontt
LIVE OAK FLORIDA 11"111- according to World hog e Sin*along microphone trammittvo r
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1NON 5 LEAie TO BC AM ASTfCNAUrJ Ctt 6 TtllSt T1m11lte NE MID LAST
Rites was In Live Oak Cemetery.. WEAR ARE REALLYCeAaeER'EIOAIE cur or ale,.. 6Efi IT WHEN NE/ HELL OW fIs' wIUTER 6ErTNIG e J. '

Annie Hingson I Survivors Include the wife, Mrs. ,. ? 148 MSJP... a 1

Mildred Carmichael; two sons, i.1 IslvowSUlrtr
Funeral service were held Sat i Douglas Carmichael of Tallahassee -

urday at Philadelphia Baptist and Rev. Billy Carmichael of &iikL

Church for Mrs Annie Hingson Sulphur, Ky.; two sisters, Mrs

of McAIpln. who died last Wed N. F Crosby and Mrs. R. L. Reddish .

nesday In the Suwannee County of Starke; and two grand L 1741r
Hospital after a long Illness. children. r

She was -a lifetime resident of Active pallbearers were Tom II

Suwannee County and a memberof Abercrombie, John Blus Reece r
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Philadelphia Baptist Church Brown, Leon McDonald, Berne r
5 Rev. Jack Stewart and Rev.
Swing, and Dave!! Austin ,3
W H. Anderson officiated. Burialwas Masons of Rocky Sink Lodge .

in Philadelphia Cemetery. No. 88 served as honorary pallbearers The food will and
Survivors include two daughters .

Mrs. Mary Copeland of Key Brody C. Harris Funeral Home avenge of or many

West and Mrs Annie Laura Oru- was In charge I .. .. .-.. Cl."....h.. 1 friends art worthy Myinrertt*
ber of Jacksonville;" four sons, .

Johnny F. Hingson' and Willie C. deed of our
Hingson of Live Oak, and Mar WHAT lL ITBE. ? bat wishes for
Robert SandlinFuneral ELSE W11110UT MEATBALLS.. t a Merry
vin E. and Thomas C. Hingson of .SeECTER? !

Jacksonville; four,brothers, W C. tJ 7i Christmas.
Mills H. H. Mill, and Leon Mills services were held I

of Live Oak and Fletcher Mills Monday for Robert Andrew MEATBAII$

of Jacksonville, 16 grandchildrenand Sandlin of the Creek who died
Saturday at J Hillis Medical stainer
eight great-grandchildren
Center In Gainesville He was a clan
Pallbearers were Pete Boatrlght. 0
member of the Church of Christ. O 0 0 a
Roy Johnson Corra Boatrlght rT J "' 1
Talmadge Lord, Theron Hingson, Rev Everett Williamson and ,r & PHOTOGRAPHY
Rev. N. L Martin officiated at the
and Thomas L. Boatrlght
Brody C. Harris Funeral Home services at Burlington Church of
Christ. Burial was In Santa Fe aL+Lrrrrr5b/5nIr1...Ie. rn25e nerY
In charge
Cemetery. tRKIrCYrf tle. +rtE
Survivors include his wife Mrs. 1" _' ';J<..." f"
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W. M. Carmichael Susie E. Sandlin; two daughters I, !1 ui. .. ,

Mrs. Lenora Barrs of Branfordand I 1 i2

Funeral services were held Mrs. Violet Hatcher of Dale- f

I Wednesday for William Mack vine Ala; three sitters Mrs

t Carmichael, 63, of Live Oak, who Bessie Jones of Branford, Mrs. eight grandchildren and 10 great Here And ThereSunday James B. Daniels Jr. In Golden Rule Order)

died Tuesday night of a heart Zllphla Futch of Cross City; and grandchildren Pallbearers Bill Bam James B Daniels Jr. of James > directors.

attack at his home. He was a Mrs. Ruth Cross of Holly Hill; Calvin Howard were Fred Aderholt, B. Daniels Funeral Home, 5181 Funeral director-members ol t

member of the First Baptist six brothers, James Sandlin of Bill Sykes, Alvin Revels and Oil- dinner guests of Mr. East Howard Street has been I the Order are selected for thel

Church, Masons and had lived in Waldo Wesley Sandlin of Oaines. da Koon. and Mrs B F Oaylord of Well- notified of his firm's acceptance' ability to uphold the Ideal of this

Live Oak for 25 years. I vllle, John Sandlin of Holly Hill Honorary pallbearers were Ce- born were Mr and Mrs Bill Fisher Into the fellowship of the Order j world-wide organization *which

Rev. Charlie Webb officiated at I Marvin Sandlin of Branford Melvin cil Roberts, P. E. Hunt, Doc Hunt and son, Mike, of Pensacola, of the Oolden Rule an international has been In existence for morethan
the services at the First Baptist Sandlin of Clearwater, and
organization of funeral three decades.
Prank Collins Tommle Blbby, Mrs Virginia Rowell of Palatka,
Church,' and burial with Masonic. Rolland Sandlin of Branford; -
and Mervin Durden. Mr and Mrs. N. O Avery of O' [rrr.. rrrs...nsrtralme--- .t.trri.reirtrt nerr.

.1 James B Daniels Funeral Home Brien; Mr. and Mrs. Howell Walker
was in charge and son Lance, of Branford:

and Mrs. Judy Moses and daughters

fir FIin Janet and Jeanie, of Live

fJkmpfire Otto Nelson Oak


What to take along on that rabbit hunt ''Funeral services were held at lest CLUB WOREFourH GOOD AND* NEIGHBORS FRIENDS

I the Brody C. Harris Funeral Clubs art organized I

----- Home Chapel Tuesday for Otto groups of young people who carryon OF THIS FINECOMMUNITY I

Nelson 79, who died at his homeIn educational projects and activities t

St. Ann. Mo- December 16 Both city and rural brJ: Season'sGreetings "BrboU." \n\4 you

THE GUN: following a short Illness. and girls. from 9 to 19 can par

He born in Sweden I ticipate. National 4-1 Club'Week r _lIIidisgsof; frtaloj

I GAUGfl[ THE BETTFR. SCAN BE T07_ ". SMALL THe 2.was celebrated Sept. 25 thru Oct. / which ifcafl" be

USE to ail people.

ber of the Baptist Church and a Luau 2110

BONE SHEARS, UN ASBECA Rev Charlie Webb officiated at i ROSS
; the service. Burial was In Live
$EB Brand Oak Cemetery SHOP JEWELERSucnoM

Survivors include two sons
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THORNS Harry Nelson of St. Ann Mo, and

InsecticideFOR Jimmy Nelson of Redlends, Calif
Pallbearers were! Dallas Bland THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND I
John Schneider Carl Hawkins, Public Notices rost SUWANNEE COUNTY rum-' CALL fOIl BIDS

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