Suwannee Democrat.

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Suwannee Democrat.
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Live Oak, Fla.
J. E. Pound
J.E. Pound
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Newspapers. -- Live Oak (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Suwannee County (Fla.)
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The Live Oak Suwannee Democrat is one of the oldest continuously published weeklies in the State of Florida. It began in 1884 in Live Oak, which at the turn of the century was the fifth largest city in Florida, preceded only by Jacksonville, Pensacola, Tampa, and Key West. The Suwannee Democrat enjoyed a corresponding reputation as a journalistic leader in the state. As its name suggests, the newspaper in its early days was affiliated with the Democratic Party. Its first editor hid under an assumed name when he was suspected of murder. A deathbed confession by the actual perpetrator allowed him to resume his true identity: F.R. McCormack, about whom, however, little else is known. From 1906 through 1907, the Suwannee Democrat was supplemented by the Live Oak Daily Democrat, edited by Charles W. Irwin. The rural character of early 20th-century Suwannee County, well known for its grist and lumber mills and poultry farms, is visible in the pages of the Suwannee Democrat. Indeed, over the years the newspaper has won numerous awards from the Florida Press Association for the quality of its agricultural reporting. Fires have taken their toll on the Suwannee Democrat. In 1906, a disgruntled printer left Live Oak by railroad on the night that the newspaper’s offices were burned to the ground. In October 1995, a fire destroyed a historic block of Live Oak’s downtown, and the newspaper’s office was one of the casualties. Lost in the fire were the last known issues of the Suwannee Democrat dating from 1897 through 1900.
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Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
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Tonight Financing At 7:30 School P.M. Program Will Be New Idea Sales Conference' ''I'I0

Discussed At Joint Meetings\

Members of the Board of County Commisionen Tax ]\'(" Idea O/ficiab liWe For Sal ft Con t.r.n..s. ,
Assessor Wm. Hubbard Gray, State Senator Houston -r - -- Sales Personnel From 12 BranchesBrought t i

Roberta'and Representative Leon McDonald have been ac

,, invited and urged to attend a meeting with the Board Here To See New Products "
of Public Instruction and the Suwannee County SchoolOTBNKKG

Board Advisory' Committee tonight Residents. of thin "rwu are boing Invite to Attend an
(Thursday) at 1:30: p.m. at : open house Friday night at tlio National Iiwtnl, Armory
the Suwannee High School Cafe- on the Neubern'
sponsored i
by the New Idea
tents Farm l Kquipmrnt: Company of Coldwater i
i oUT LoUD. Clarence H. Ratllff. chairmanof Ohio. The .
the advisory' committee said open houw for local residents, I h part of A aeries of meetSinmnnee ,
t4tW .... Co Wadnr.rh the joint conference was to dla- tugs being hell In lice Oak by the
cuu ways. and means to providethe .. ( .' !. To Crest time to acquaint Ui sales personnel
Importanaalon.. funds needed to finance an ; with the IMS line of UnlWjstrm '-
The meeting scheduled for tonight adequate school: program for this q. A .It" Fltnnl Stages and Superplcker h.111I .""\-

at which members of both county. He said the committee he r'' Heavy rain In CVwrgi will equipment The event will
the board of county commission- heads has explored many methods saws th* Hiiwanne* to reach kUrt at 1:39: pin.
era and the school board. this of financing and it was now : flood stage affording" to .redlctlana New lies Farm Diulpmcnt
county's state legislative delegation time for discussion and study to ., the A...** Weather Coinpsiiy, *. dlvfatioik of Avco
and Tax Assessor Wm. Hub- be held to determine the best Barea al A..u.... tU.'Watrr Corporation, selects, Ute Oak ssUM
bard Gray will meet with the I policy for the county to adopt. j from heavy rains hat site for ,its. INS ales confcreixvo -
school advisory committee: could Henry M. Ward. who heads the . .eaiiied the AUaaha and Willchoothe .*- st which sake personnel
well determine the success or failure finance lub-commltte of the advisory ) ..pan". CaUwaler, O.&., her far the IMS tales Riven, which hew front Itt U branches tit UM United .
of a program for better school committee will presentdata ""'Wla." 'ta i tee ......w..1 and General Manager Wale. Into the Hawannee, to *,.,-flttw. tit.... anti Canada are being

faculties In this county, for upon gathered by his committee .(several ether."...1&1. here appear ,.......,. In Mhertrf Dwke Mr('aU".r aaM. brought here In three groups to
this group win rest in the long and make suggestions on behalf this. b_ a4rt.mi. were net available Sales. predkUona are that the Kvwan- * are Train
run the action required to Implement of the advisory committee as how lag ) ...," EasK: Ber lee Man.ier lire should crest at tlUtvllleKlrdsy : of eelf.propeihe1. harvesting ma-
any program devised to give bet to proceed.A Peeled .. n...aer .T the enduring ..Paul nellliicer, al la-I' ,....,. tbNMltsg chin*'ry and obey farm equipment
this county better schools. preliminary rrporb, LouieC. ) Ted ..rtna. and la eel| .t IT fret, nunufactu ant sold by
It Is becoming more and more Wadsvorth. chairman of the being a MM In the devefepme.1 ., the new eolpmeM Flood stage at lUaitfaed .Hgiven UM firm.
obvious to those studying the physical plant committee of the at 14 feet and a crest. fie Dell 1"'._., advertising man-
needs of our schools and the advisory committee Is expectedto 13-" feel I* ripened Iterem aver for Ih* sompany. said It wu
manner in which improvements provide a working basis of estimated TIN her IT Ihw,.. citlmate.1' that 900'' people would
can be financed that there is no needs. .1 To Begin 1)'il1l'Siage Creed at Mllrav khavld rearr attend the oonfernee during the

an nr nat- ntatlon--: for it is Clear nature_ _____ _h n.1Ld1'd____ a_ MtmmlM______n_**_ .._. feet the rerort Mtkl, amifload two week Pft'1"1. Each group U
that the program adopted must week that vial... I recently constructed MakeUp clap there hi 14 reft.Th hero for .a three day period.
meet approval of the people sf sr1 _,*,. in Manatee Road:.. II)' ....t. I'. River' .la riprclrilI IVraonncI for the tram office
the county' and be within the County In ::.he party was Lamar reafk IMS, aver Ih* 11 foal at VoId"''. Ohio. Inehidlng
capability of this county without Drake the architect employed by Dora December 18 flood stage al thai ..'"*, many of ttvs Hrm1 ton officials -
endangering other facts of government the school board to design the Hherirf "('('ana-"r said. r.". ate here or will: r"* here during
that must also be paid new high school: that is to be builtat begin Work dillies would h* watclMil. *|WMIIjr < trw series of meetings The oontiww -
on a I17O70
local funds. the Pine View site In Live Oak. In& up project ."" 1 H being pr* mt Kt as a
for .
by build UM l3.mIk highway knownas bet n. heavy fl *..1"g weiaecled ...
That's why' I think it most wise Plans for this construction are Dora mak.1 UM .tag* road In UM itoithwritpart al Ibis Ua.. dr.mata. show by horn office
for the boards and individuals being nuhed and are expected to county of . pviaonml IIII" UM\ form of a Ut.
charged with the responsibility to be In the hands of the school clone, Tn.. petted County U ea- vU'on' '! show titled -mil it 'M
hare an opportunity to discuss board shortly after the beginningof December< the State to start Road by Department December an.II, Gas Distributor HIM that $It"Formal
ways and means. I have found the new year two of > prrienUtloiis are made
nouncr d this
thru the years that groups of men each school II week. In the Armory Luncheons ar*
and/or women dedicated to the ISO days. The J. D. Manly Construction I, business Holds *rrvx< In UM.. coliseum and both
,,sam purpose and cause and not fndustra'.if fde Itf/ererulum days art to Comiiany of Leetburg has been rucllitle are 'Inoarpitrsted Into
.., awarded the contract and will
with the tlM. overall plan.Ttta4ay .
moUnted by personal reasons
can and will work out solutions Tobacco Growers Will ,, Janu to hav complete. 210 working UM day In which (Open) : House) UM Uuwaiine CountyCliAintxr
: project!
for the common iDwJ'Nwhen & set said .( Cwninerc was baa
making 'the commnuity better is seh r, at UM Work include ennverllng an Formal opening tit a "UaN 11 al a lunche carved at UM Colleuitt. .
Price-Support Question xlsUng graded midway' Into a Oas dUtrtbutorthlp in pan are A .
'the sole and only objective.:
I feel sure that the group that b* mad. up paved road aeromsMtdstinf-t ra ,OMtirrod bet week .wltait Nuwan. Her this week are personnel
meets tonight will differ in their Polling places for tobacco &, iday, March lanes of traffic; Th project .Is tee Valley Gas, Inc held an else n fur ranchr l ...t.<1 al flotlth
approach to solving the problembut in an Industry-wide referendum on the annual part ot this county's farm to IKMIM Friday and flaturdsr to sandwich Ill, rvrt Dodge. laws.Char.oltr .
feel Just as certain that thereis set this week by Suwannee Education market or secondary, road pro- I tin local residents an oppurtunt N U. and Kansas
a plan on which most can agree lization and Conservation Committee. : UM cus tram.The. I ly to Visit and 'lnpec the f..rlU.tI. City, lift. riorldA to served by the
that will crovid the added money Five i location have been close school road will extend from .. recently completed by UM Chartothr branch anil AllbrUlonllrothr
-needed. -to ghee this county' & I tar local Highway |)t near ftuwanne I firm at Its butlneas all* mfr III.h.. are local dealer. for the
ers 'CI0141 wneuter marxeung Kprlngs II miles weat to a plot way. M well .f Ur OakOwner ,,
schools that meet our own standards out and I..I Ute meet-
quota will be effective' during the
*uI.f the .
iluwannee County J of the buslneojt Arolln" /w... ..1L
are I ..I' IUUu.1
that in turn will more quota a ,
and next three crops of flue-cured' to- -
meet the standard for accreditation. grams. If ) 10 auto FITS at niavill: It will fol. naymoiHl Williams, Cecil Moo, lore of UM nation will arrive to
than bacco.: These sites are': I. will/ b* a low
grnerally I
I'.i Ui* rout.
thone j' known s* and Itevls Moor, all Of Ibis. M>UI>< morrow for a special. pnwntatlon
The AAC8 office at Lire Oak. rather than the. "tu.* rood"<< the rout u..dIn I. atilt . .
I As one member of the committee -I HarrelTs Grocery' on the Mayo the decided the ly J. ratter Jr,. of T nneaa soul l<> naive| ipecUl' announcements
early days of this county >.. Wllllami Is UM inaiuntrr relative. t .
put It this week we should In- Road. Us, no I to be mad if leans, ,. <> UnlRyUm.L
moving rat and west of the .
eeneern.The "I.IIJ1' ) .U iter* Monday,
- slit thst all schools in this county Green Grocery at McAlpln. the school' thru Die northern
I tart of th. tea building ctMwtrucUilal
: Tuesday, and Wednesday of nt
be accredited not Just our high Walker's Cold Storage at Drsn- schools of countyTh ,
schools. held next I the alt. .* has. 3400 square feet of : week are personnel, from hranthesocaleit
ford. on Fttdsy. I
Lowe's Service Station at Well following I .. UM dar rtct of road la. located In the di.. floor spar and hou. th. duplayrtxMn. at 0yra i..M, N. Y. lfr
County CommlMto office, star-, and repairMate. risking, Ps Indianapolis. Ind
Officials of the New Idea Farm I
:: born. originally/ : .
uf tloberann and has been I
lavish in drawn the area II II I of old brick sml J.d&II". Mich.IN .
Faulpment Company are The polls win 1,00
open at am In U .
making for four .
over .
year IN 4 foAlltioed en Fag II .. I Conlbiaed .
their praise and appreciation of I and will dose at ':00 pm. i of & II ran al)
No( t { (
their reception by this community. Ernest Holmes. oommlttre
They tell me our people have chairman said this week that
1 I gone beyond the normal warm i notices of farm acreage allotments j Fair / I Bring 4-H ClUb Awards "I
welcome for which southernersare hue been mailed to all
noted In welcoming them to flue-cured tobacco<<' farm operatorsso ("!. ...-
this community. that they would know what'' .. \'( Banquet Held' :' will) a benediction abler award .ale. .*.
Certainty' this Is good and Su their 149 allotments' would be> .In rowHtv for arhlrvtmenU dullest U.. year Itavf )'rwlu lkHii: Msndra Abrcr
wannee County is happy to haw advance<< of the referendum Under i ,wet at j|i..,* "'....n..d. Miik(*. Klah rulMnk. notary t
a firm of national repute select the quota program, allot rM ..... Night; Bailiff Ls Sponsor I County medals wets gltvn to I Jaw. arvl l Hrue. Ward medals;
this county as the sit* to unveil ments art announced annually'and for a 1. 1 t .,..... and cettlfwale, to others In Glen rhrl toihr. Gary loll, aiwlJerry
...rA..-... tw."h land c.rtJrluI..r.. handed, | tsrtoua field of club
-- are for one year at a time e pert./ ".11 club, fMlemmrMedala I (loft mrtlfteale*. 1
net' from an port, of this nation Oroweri win vole either yea or will he.. ", 111M at the annual aehkv.ment and "."" wet pr*. llroad: I>inU4 Alford. Itocky
and Canada. no on the o.u*tlon, "Are you. In j h HU-. '.,. Ilt fiuwanne. County. This orraalon' filed M Mbm, Kdvard: ant Marilyn. flaunderi
Tomorrow night, the people of favor of marketing quotas for 'M '_ *, (7141,,'"'". II 'Kalllff, owner of Mat-. AcM'''emenl Kk u ti** AUlirltton SMdsla.
Buwanne County aN being Invited ' flue-cured tobacco tar the three Work I <onM.rr to an open house at the National marketing years beginning July I.I I .4.Mlo. ..|| Light snedaUAutAinodv err, J.S(0 Causes llettbl CUrk.
Ouard Armory by the fan. 1Ntr win add "lead UM ..1. CH.b flag pledg: Aufarry (loft ..*..<. art J.,*. If*?**. iiMdais. ; andritiuron
It is hoped a Urge number of A yes vote from at lot two- sad a ... mem t llalliff pare* *n add,..* of *.!. al.I II Martin acrtUMat \
our cltisrns win help make the thirds .f th* growers who turn avalUMo. .,.. and tt and eiptOMed lit..,,* that I I R.*i.lin *tlnn 11(_ Ornnrwiii CWUklng" I MAT dm* IllU'nhem.I .
company more welcome to rtortda ._...', .._. tile flrni N4.been permitted' tot I| Klah FutMhfes, rM l li Pain. I ).... Carver, llrtnd* Crw arulIUU
and this county. UM *;;t | *>rv* a* hue t for UM event tide ,i ItarWra Ixwd. and sewn Ward Unden, modal*t Kathy
Much favorable comment hasbrra Farm EV/ui/immf Ontt / *litmt of th* y M Ms slinwfld UM -pw. WMdala. ; f...U ftoe**, Jerry Kin- Carroll ant Kit Walker eertlfl.
heard about the combined Kisb r... larir *f ssrirtiiitwr .. UM ears.awatlr aid and Walton warn scrub. tee. | rM faeUlUes at the alt* with the o( I'M 1 and ih* mat, pole youth
Armory CoUarum. Garden ChIlI ", win Mar. In that i"parton.* in
center, and livestock **hlbttbuUduw rorxi" UM f.u r*, AcltlrrrmrntSUUWr. lfuflqurt 'IH-t/ ,." I.
an.available If needed.' .)tf to UM I Mule M.nen.Id tminty rwm.rtl .
j j ... Ward, i arcrvury, r>n eiVd lolat..
Recent edition' .f the St. Prt- pr .ld.nt ..,r. ..//east. sad npeesvd
t*.. 1 Coa>UN ed 5. Fag II '; thanks to MM for h**... f nmr- J t YfL.
I !I ed UM affair" far a* many yvar
Will EnlAIN l "y Th lnacUn WM *end b* '
Wsrren M nUr wh I*
Again Ftrrtrorti hM4 .. *Tvtnd ss fwinly smrrMrtl *JMS*
ftherlff DMa M.C" M>**v cad saw ...a lair '
Clrfrr of ,.... Owood Howard _. i, Intrreatteat */ gwttt wed.
.. tar T I I II muds by. W. Jeers w..... ..
.. a >.... atafceaaea > >! the .....
week staled. taw rofofi' .o otoftVUfc I honk *V aaatrstM.r as
., ..waauM* OMMlyA r el. aid OietMts If.... afnvmta
... .........
UM City Si U.. Oak Medal . damn,. ,, ....*..... at .... .....
I. **fr** law t-.>a>. Ik* { nab.. .." *MnrfI. lnt/rtun" See *f...
sals aced .....$.. a fMwwwla d MN. 4-If ClwS) .frit.. wh. were ......

MS) w-.d UMM ...*. .... rp.aitewt.Luev.w.
firework a.r.* toad kstwag -n...... dtasMi u...
their ....k ., swfcfWaaed Meer N.M ....Mss.. te..ia* itoU*e. amt fb.w ........' L.
maw ..".... taw cad saws ..... oH of IS. lane _..... *...... tnxuMr, *f UM Male 4HOh - - -

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''II FLORIDA'SFarm I It Happened In -

I I EDITORIAL, ]I Suwannee County, Florida

Community Support Needed FrontBy 1910-1939-1954

e/ ... ... /

Good schools are vital to good com- citizens of the county to'become Interes-

munities. ted and let either the school board or com- Dyto B.

Few people, regardless 6f where they mittee know and understand your thoughtson OncerThe Taken From Th* Ftfes Of ti

may live, will dispute this statement for how better schools can be brought to i and TIlE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT _

throughout this land of America, educa- reality. population explosion

tion has become the life blood of progress There are already rumbles of discon- the Uon trend In urban of Increased and suburban concentra-areas ,

and development.The tent and spreading of misinformation rela- have given rise to suggestions for 1910 building had been completed and i chairman of the Board of Dei'"
of education by which tive to withdrawal of that the walls of the new bank eons.
process man accreditation from creating a new department of our Green colored who Is .
has been able to reap untold benefits from two county high schools.All Federal government and possiblya charged Charley with stealing a lot of for occupancy by January 1. "

and the heavens begins at the local or will admit that this community has cabinet rank for the person to clothing grip etc.. belonging to 1954
have -
grass roots level. It is in the community neglected its schools. The community accepts head It.Prior. Conductor Stewart of the Seaward The Rev Presbyterians E. A. Sample of North engaged Organization of

schools that desires to learn are kindled the blame and has begun action to to the Kennedy-Johnson last July, was located and Carolina to preach for them the association In this a Cf&ttlt'Qlal':

and nourished. Thus it goes without ques correct. To continue to belittle the com- administration I doubt that there caught In Taylor County, and next six months and he will perfected here last COunty 1'u

tion1 that the-better community schools are munity, find fault with the past and plant! was much creation enthusiasm of another In Centre department brought here and lodged In time JailCharley's make Live Oak his home for that with Horry Hair Jr., being ThUI'Sd'J
for the for doing n&mtd
the better'will'be the preparation youngsters suspicion and doubt In the minds of school a Department of chances his thieving. proctlvltles length of time. the first president of the BU"III.
get for the battler of life ahead. children borders on community disloyalty Urban Affairs. on the gang are certainly good. Sheriff . nee Cattlemen's Association:!

All this being.true, then schools shouldbe and is indicative of people we could well I However the composition of ttckerson recovered portions of -
a matter. of vital concern to every resi- do without. the neat Congress Is preponderantly the goods stolen. 1939 Rev. Robert 8 8n n.

dent of Suwannee ,County. That our Schools are a community problem and urban besides being overwhelmingly .. Members of the Northeast Con- prtest-ln-charge of the St Luk.t
schools today'need attention is unques- If ever a community needed Its people Democratic. So It Notice: School ference team together of Suwannee with Coach High speaker at Church the Lions was Club the nut

tioned.What united and working toward better schools seems that, sooner or later a Department will We now have cold storage roomIn Charles Duncan were guests of Insr Monday. meet

appears to escape many of our Suwannee County is that community. of Urban. Affairs operation and can handle your the local Rotary Club Monday at Worth Hull Introduced the
is the seriousness of the situationand It boils down become a reality.In meats. We cool our rooms with speaker While
people to either help, shut up or another that the club's weekly luncheon held Cary Day Presl.
the meantime In pipes, so
dire need for and under- out. The brine circulation of the Suwan dent presided.
the support move community Is certain, to change la In the wind. Plans are moisture does not come In contact in the dining room
standing on the part of all. benefit in all three cases and especially In afoot to change the name of the with meat. nee Hotel -

It is true we have elected officials the move out of those who are disloyal to U. 8. Department of Agriculture Lyle & Hlllman Following the luncheon Dr. R. toning Long out awaited work on straigh.

charged with the duty and responsibilityof this community. to the. Department of Food and B. Harkness. Lake City, complimented Live Oak became Highway 90 through!

providing good'schools. There also is Disloyalty occurs whenever a person Rural Affairs, or something close The local Coastline. train going the team on Its showingthis day when crews from a reality Faulk Mon

a lay committee at work to help these of- continually finds fault with the community to that.. believe north Wednesday came Into town season. Coleman Co., began clearing and the

ficials devise a plan that will assure better that provides him or her a livelihood and Proponents of the. change of the with the engine pilot slightly McKeown right-of-way on the project
Is logical In view Francis ofPerry
It Father
and badly\ needed schools here. But community benefits without effort knocked out of Joint. Two miles
any USDA has the contacts -
fact that now hauling will be guest speaker at the
these groups can not alone solve thus coun- Improve or develop that community on the and agencies for handling at south of stalled town a Negro a crossing and regular meeting of the Suwannee Paul C. Baechle was eltctai

ty's need for better schools. part of the fault finder. These people we the local level the programs, present logs hurriedly got getting on off the wagon, County Junior Chamber of Commerce Worshipful Master of Barmt

The time for disagreement and fault can do without. and future. for extending the. unhitched the mules, leaving the Monday night at Tom'sTavern. Lodge regular No. 43. F. & A. M.. at a
finding is not now. That may have a place Suwannee County will solve its school Great Society Into all of rural wagon on the track. The train lodge Monday night. of the

later when a plan to answer needs is de problems for there are far more willing to America. stopped but finding no men or Also elected to chair station

veloped. What; is needed now is for all help than there are set to destroy. with to mules killed resumed the run Suwannee High's undefeated were Joe B. Hand senior Harden
I'm In sympathy
living slightly\ demoralized. It was a grid machine will tangle with undefeated and Norm Protsman, junior Har
Incomes and
upgrade both
narrow escape for the colored but once tied Nutley den. Charles Clayton and B W
of BO million non-
standards our
driver High, New Jersey, In an Intersection Helvenston HI were reelected"
but I don'tthink u
About farm rural population
GP football classic on Florida
secretary and
to change I respec) "
It I.
The fire alarm was sounded Field at Gainesville Friday: night tively.
This the. name of USDA to do It. Tuesday morning about. 3 o'clock December 15.Suw.nnee .
The addition of an AssistantSecretary
for Rural Affairs within and proved to be an outhouse In Tommy Scott son of Mr and

And the. Department as It is now organized the. rear of the Ethel Hotel but County. Is well represented Mrs. Otho Scott of this city attended
enough noise was made to alarm at the annual 4-11 Club the 32nd annual state
should be able to accomplish con
That the results being sought. neighboring towns.. The loss was Congress and International Live vention of the Hi-Y and Trl-V

What 1s moat important, while really a gain from a sanitary stock Show being held this weekIn held In Sarasota December 3 4
point. of view. Chicago. .
and 5.Tommy
Homage, To Stephen Fatter Meterleti Parking AbutetlMeterless plans being advanced for the Great Is to Society continue are Attending from here are County representing Live Oak

It .la a trifle Ironic but rewarding for the millions parking In downtown Milton .la approved building In the. public mind the. The annual street tax of $3 per Agent S. C. Klerce. Home was the 1933-54 state treasurer

,who love and sing his songs that Stephen by many, now that It has been tried again Image of agriculture's Importanceto capita Is now due and 1s being Demonstration Agent Louise! Taylor

Foster, who died a century. ago this year with Just for some three month. The Town Council accededto our national economy. collected In this city. Three hun- and 4-H Club members, Myr- Thanksgiving afternoon the

98 cents In hit purse 1s honored now with so many the request of Downtown Milton Merchants Association : Agribusiness Is the nation's big- dred persons are subject to this tle Baker and Eloise Boyles. home of Mrs. Dawson hunter n

splendid memorials. to have the parking meters removed for a gent business and the source of tax. and if all Is collected there the setting for a seated tea, when
will be a marked Improvement In Miss Sara Lee who
If you art In Bardstown Kentucky. you can sis-months trial. period. our greatest strength In peace or Is attending the and her daughter, Miss Mari-
I ..Uth.t Live Oak's streets.W Agnes Scott College In Decatur. lyn Ounter. entertained for MLsi
would be regrettable If
dubious It
visit the beautiful red brick mansion where a war
Instead of meters I
which required a toll for any agriculture has helped America Oa. spent the. Thanksgiving holidays Sylvia Ryals, bride-elect
legend says Foster may have spent part of parking on the downtown streets. shoppers are supposed to. accomplish In the. past D. Sullivan a leading merchant here with her parents Dr.

his honeymoon but which he definitely visited to have one hour of free parking, and then 100 should be overlooked of ire this week purchased and Mrs. O. A. Lee. Two members of the Sumnnre

during his life because It was owned by his relatives. be subject to a penalty!' for exceeding. that period. because years Its dignity ls lost In a new the; Lee Bird place containing High Future Homemakers of Am

This shrine- ls called "My Old Kentucky. Bo far since the meters were removed there Department name about 1,200 acres, eight miles A new Greek letter sorority tinder erica Chapter were nominated
Home". from the city, The price paid we the name of Tri Zeta was recently
has been no regulation of parking limits her;;. for state officers at a district
If you are In Pittsburgh, you can tour the We I When the New York Worlds understand being $7.500. organized at Southern College meeting held here last Saturday
Stephen Foster Memorial at the University of observe more and more vehicles parking on Fair closed this. fall for the 1884 In Lakeland on the Southern Pat Sire, was nominated for
Pittsburgh.. There you can see the vast collectionof the downtown streets throughout the day, Boon we season a New Orleans supermarket Cook's store was cloned Wednesday Campua. Miss Loretha Lord state secretary and HarrietThompson
will be back to the conditions that. brought on the I to be fitted up for the display daughter of Mr. and Mrs O. B.
Foster material collected by the late Josiah Kir? chain was negotiating to buy for projectlce presi
by Lilly of Indianapolis. This Includes first printIngs .- meters In the first place. It will be Impossible to the huge 37.000 pound Cheddar : of Christmas goods, and Lord of this city is ''a charter dent.
find convenient parking downtown. when opened at 6 o'clock thatevening member of this sorority.
of Foster' 201 known songs and all mannerof cheese displayed In the Wisconsin
presented handaome.ppe.nnt"e.
relics. Including the. purse with the SB cents.If Mayor Dyrom said he does not have the police State exhibit The display a of the Next Wednesday has been designated
staff. to devote one to After touring the U S. this Mrs. Kelly Weaver has been as Safe Driving Day a
you visit. Northern Florida, you can see the. person the regulation of Immense stock Is beautiful and Isas
winter In a specially built glass appointed chairman of the Su day proclaimed throughout Am-
parking, Without the. revenue from
all .
most spectacular Stephen Foster Memorial of meters, the handsome: as It possibly couldbe
refrigerated truck the 1Si) ton wannee County Tuberculosis erica by the governors of the 49
"way down the. Suwannee River". Rising In town probably will be hard-pressed to provide a made.
upon Committee by O. E. -
display Terry, president endorsement"
cheese ls scheduled: to go on states and with the
the Okefrnoke of Georgia, this stream. policeman<< for this purpose. .
swamp again when the Fair opens of the Florida Tuberculosisand of President Eisenhower
winds through wooded country North and West. Our suggestion Is that the Police Departmentmake next spring for the second half of Deputy Sheriff V. F. Leggett Health Association. L. M. Crews Jr.. Is heading the
Florida, then flows Into the Oulf of Mexico. Another a couple of random checks during each weekOne Its two-season run takes to his new job like a duck program In Suwannee County and

Buwannee the legendary river of Stephen man could accomplish this In four hours. It At final closing next fall the takes to water and besides attending . Dr. Benjamin. Otto who comes 'has called upon the citizen of

Foster's music, has been described as rising "In would help to break up the habitual all-dsy parkIng cheese will be two years old and to office work has made highly .recommended will supplythe > this area to bear the Uy In mind

the highest mountains of the human soul . flowIng In the needed parking 1Ont'.. Ily making the ready to cut. The cheese buyer for several Important arrests' pulpit Sunday morning and : .

through the pleasant., sunny vales of memory rounds at different times In succeeding weeks, police the New Orleans market firm of J. J. Dprnpsey. evening at the First Baptist About 3,700.000 Americans: 'I1C

. and emptying. Into the glorious oceans of unfilled could make It somewhat costly for those who Schwegmann Dros. plans to sell Branford Wednesday was, and up told from us Church. Services will be held at celebrate their 17th birthday thisyear !
first of their parking Iota. the usual hour. The IB
on one announce. a million more than
are now blocking
dreams. needed parking that th
spaces throughout He figures It will take about two. ewalls of the new bank ment was made by E. Y. Johnson 1983.
These two. streams figuratively merge' at White the days.
weeks of selling to whittle the
Springs, where Highway 41 crosses the actual river Of course, signs would have to be pouted stat monster down sufficiently so It can

and not far from Interstate route. 10 and 75, to Ins the parking time limitTher be moved Into the store .

provide a fitting setting for Florida's tribute. to were some broad hints from the merchants Claiming to have the. largest I

the compoaer. Tills .la a park with both a museum who attended the Council meeting asking cheese assortment In the. U. S.

and a 200-foot. 97-bell' carillon tower. for the removal. of meters that even the. ore
Four concerts are presented' dally at the state- parking limit should be enforced' gently with grnrrous Including some 94 that are ro. ,,', I

owned and operated memorial. Entertainment Includes consideration for the ahop|>eri.' That stricture imported "'
Suwannee River boat rides, a Cuneatoia may be the reason w. have no attempt at enforcement I The firm's aloganf You guessed CHRISTMASSHOPPING ,

Wagon tour on park trails, and both covered and W* agree with the mayor that the parking It: "A meal without cheese. Is like I!

uncovered picnic ....... 'There also are historical limits must be enforced. for ail or for none.' a kUs without the squeese. IN

musical Instruments and animated three. dimensional One thing to be said for meters la that they I mentioned sometime ago that AUGUSTAn / err

dioramas. Once a year they choose a new are Impersonal and unbiased. erects meat, synthesisrd from I

"Jeannle With The Light Strewn Hair- to preside -The Prcss-aaaette-Milton proteins obtained from soybeans

at a ball. s lave Impressed livestock raiser

It 1s too bad that Foster dldnt live to are It.Wub1natoB Th. charge account 1s what a woman uses" who sampled the products.A .

County Newa-Chlptey to keep her husband from becoming entirety too prominent food scientist, Dr,
. Independent. The OrU. Emit Marcel Mrak. chancellor of
. the University of California at
Donblf Stantlanl Davis, suggested recently that It
All husbands '
are alike but they here differ.ent ..

When Webster'a Third New International may be necessary I* produce
faces so tell ...
you can them apart Jai Air .a4.j
Dictionary appeared In I"', the mat revision since Newa. Jacksonville. meat" In factories Instead of -

I.. 1914. It was attacked by purists because of tie approval . raising animals for that purpose.

as standard of many words and usages If the world populaUon continues.
theretofore retarded. as colloquial and so labeledIn to rise at the present rate.

earner The new editions.' Dictionary'a editor defended u on The Stiwanncc Democrat Mrak"We suggested may find, "to It necessary eliminate" the Dr. attractive Gift Check as a Christmas gift is always ap-

the animal
mldtoman' processor
the premise that the correct language of any era. OP LIVE OAK, FLOKIIUIM4 and induce the farmer to preciated. No problem about size, color, likes or dislikes.A .
In and Utatt Wilcographerli
Is the one common us* *
,.. / Ion s....... produce alfalfa or ether' plants
duty to record It. a .. jlij... i'.jJ.... s Gift Check
Ugh In protein so they may pleases
i Solve
That argument was not however. acceptable wwb directly Into protein products everyone. your Christmas

to Ute critic who e.yrt *ed concern teat the new ...... IM4 Asset J. 1151 Ealabba.hlod IIMVadswortrTnaitor by plant processors.1* shopping
....-a n.... AI Pia. .. tlsaw "..... promptly with Gift Checks from the Commercial -
Wettrs. by abdicating authority for prerl Lou a \ ,
l-l' blriJi.
meaning and comet usage, might make a shamble French hotwrwtvee currently Bank.
of th* tongues Clara S. *djworth ........ Associate Editor pay about M rents a pound for
* Walter Lee Oily. ,._ Advertising Manager tasnbumr and lytghrr
not atone In their tease ts Indicated
That they were
Georg. T. (P.U) Wright Shop Foreman price far the better rU of
by book dealers' reports that the >0yearold .
ltet+ w Fbtat. (hW'11T U.F'ylottb: beet. NevrrththM. swostjwrta are
Mluia tow out of print .U UU preferred by
i'\hsiCAlYrlOli'bu.n.wrZyunU good for tncrasln U. 8. feet capons -
both educators and laymen, and commands N fS
many ItAT'IIt to Franc
c tMde ""uw.nrwv Cant $5 "
a hUrhtr price than th IMI edition. -' tL.U ''A I"11OMS" -: ha .,u61i" hi Ad..iroe'watnrot French Imports of kef front all
The popularity of the elder and more confervattv cxtrrr' last year totaled about

kiieea Inspires" th hop that Americans TOCO metric tons In eu> mbnmonths
ear mot abovt correct tu. of their uoUwv : oPF1Mtida tot this rear the total h4trter -=---P. COMMERCIAL BANK

tongue than la frequently apparent ta their mistreatment Pre- Ct'Um ao< to 3Mt) torn The DIAL
e sharp rt+# Is attrfertHI to .,*.,'* '
of It In plea as>d In writing to IIhort.tOt emrlmgv covert:: mpro-d pvrchasm power of the OF LIVE OAK
murder the Queens Engush but they .
they mar .
< a.assets { Fmtch p+a** - :... == LIVE
of (. OAK.
don'"t want their tftettonarte to abet th* crim ::" 1tiv . FLORIDA
-laetax\ County Fkrtdan-Marianna ISebai $..... sit SNrCrew.'l -. -- .,

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i Jon Burch served as beat man. Mr*. Robert Carroll Brock Jr. I line In the main room were Mr. Pgt. B-B of. Co. A. |/mth Tk: Pn
()f gA1ielt.ed Other groomsmen were Steve Brock and Mrs. Brock Jr. Miss of the Florida National Ouard
f Welsenborn from Madison. Al Drake, Miss Courtoy Miss Fletcher and will complete hit active duty
Rosa and Philip Odom of Live Miss McDaniels, Miss Eason la 1985. I
Oak Wayne Brown from Jasper and Miss ProUman. A week end honeymoon was
and Tom Kennon from Gaines Floor hostesses were Mrs. Oil- spent .In North Florida The
'WOMEN met Kye, Mrs. Niels Brorsen Mrs couple are residing1\ 1373 White. '
ville.The bride's mother. chose a full Earl Walther. and Mrs AubreyFowler. Avenue. I. '
length gown of brown and gold .. ;;'(; : Out of town guests were Mrs.
brocade featuring a Jacket of Miss Marion Leonard kept the John Protsman. Wesley Prots- ''
CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor three quarter length sleeves. Her guest book. man, and Miss Barbara Protsman
matching hat fashioned as a bow ftS'\ Music for the reception was by of St. Marys, Ohio; Mr and Mrs.
across the head was shadowed by the "Checkmates" fro Tallahas Allan Schran and Richard
Miss Protsman, Mr. Brock Recite Nuptial VowsIn a fine veil of pale green., Her tl 11ri! Schran of Dayton Ohio; Mr and
de see.Mrs.. Bland "If I Loved Mrs Orville Schwart of Sparta.
shoes and bag were o f peau sung
Impressive Double Ring Church Ceremony sole In old gold to match her You" while the bridal party was Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Timothy ,
Miss Marianna Prot man and Robert Carroll Brock Jr., gloves. being sested.As . Eason, Miss Ann and Miss Mary (
were united in marriage Friday evening, November the Mrs Maybelime Bowden mother .. the bride and groom were Eaaon of Indian Harbour Beach; I''
. -
twenty-seventh, at eight o'clock in the First Presbyterian of the groom, chose a full cutting the three tiered. rake Mr. and Mrs George King of
Church with the Rev. Mr. James Walkup performing the length gown of gold satin featuring Mrs. Bland and Mr. Swan sang Cocoa: Mrs Janice Deaklru. Mr.
I r "One Heart. One Hand" from and Mrs. Dawson! Ounter and
relatives and a Jacket with three quartersleeves
double ring in the presenceof
ceremony West Side Story When the bride Miss Harriet Gunter of Orlando: i
high neckline. corsage
friend of the couple. back of an artfully banded neck of and gold chrysanthemums i +oy and her father began the first Monroe Maurer.. and Mr. and :
1 Billy Mills, organist used for "More", Mrs: Irvin Til ton of Sarasota; .1
r line. Her single hand rolled elbow caught wth gold satin ribbon dance, Mr. Swan sang
s his preludlum selections: from Illusion the theme from Mando Cane Mrs Graham lack Miss, Inn ;,
J length veil of imported matching the gown served as her
1 Bach Reger, Pachelbel. Frany, flowed from an elegant crown hat. Her shoes were of leather In r Hot and cold foods were arranged MrCall.' Mrs: Walter Havener,
1 Brahma, and Buxtehude Mrs." fashioned of lace and satin a rich shade of brown matchingher : on several tables aa was and Miss Bunny Cnice of Jasper;
Dallas Bland, soloist, tang and wedding Mrs Leona Welaenborh. Miss Wil-
fruit ,
.. and matching the gown. Full length long gloves.The coffee, punch
Perfect Love" by Barnby. RonaldBrawn
Mr. and Mrs.
covered her arms. punch ma
gloves of satin groom's paternal grandmother -
i "Heavenly Father Send ThyBlessing" 'Mrs. .
Mr. and
offered the departing -
of satin to Miss Leonard
For Her slippers were Mrs Nora Brock chose a
I' by Wordsworth. match the gown. She carried a blue crepe street length dress guests as they signed the Herndon.. Mr and Mrs William I
I l.the communion shower bouquet of Talismen rOllf'.. I 'with matching accessories. She guest book, tiny boxes of fruit Stanley HI. Wiley James and
.. I: Bland and Brtnaon Swan sang cake. They were also given yellownet Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Jones, all of
The six maids wore Identicalgowns wore a corsage of 'white carna.tlona.
0 My lord" and "I
"Here. .
r rice bags to shower the bride Madlaon County; Jim Weatherty
of brown velveteen with A place of honor in theroom' .
Thee Face To Face". At the conj -
Mrs. Carl Masttal -
leaving\ Jr. and Mr.
and groom as
sleeves. Their hemlines were was accorded
, elusion of the service Mr. Swansang long pew '
E. R.
Tallahassee Mrs.
of ;
"The Lord's Prayer", finished to five Inches from the next to the mother. prior to Mrs.Protaman'a .! Mrs. Brock chose for tier going Smith and
costume a teat blue tweed Wltherall. Mrs. W E. ,
the bride's gown. being sested. away
by floor as was I
The church was lighted
by AdolpheZellna Mrs Fred Aderholt :
sixty- Princess lines. with no other detailing Following the ceremony Mr. suit of wool
brass candelabra holding ofPenaacota
William Ells
of New York She wore Mr. and Mrs
five tapers, with fresh amuse emphasised the beauty and Mrs. Protsman : Duke'McCalllater
and carried ; Mr. and Mrs
Brown de sole at the National brown reptile
background. A the material. peau a
as a
greenery were Jr.'and'Mr, and Mrs
Her gloves
matching bet
dleu white aisle! pumps and milk pillbox hats were Ouard Armory. a
white prle and Gainesville
of Kennon of ;
mall of two gold balls holdIng era. of brown kidskin and a hat Tom
cloth were the only additions to their only adornment. Each Palms and jade foliage were rnagement Colorado
j the sanctuary.The carried two long stemmed yellow. used to an advantage in the Arm I yellow. grapes at the base centered The. guest book table held. a natural mink. She wore a white Ronald Mr MarshallFalrcloth.of
family were marked roses caught with yellow. ribbon. ory. On the bride's table was a the punch table. white memory candle with yellow orchid corsage Springs Colo.; *
pews and Mrs.
with tingle brass aisle candelabras. Attending the bride were Miss floral design of off white full The wedding punch table had a roars and white lacy pom pone Mrs. Brock received. her US degree Largo, Mr Ala. '
Mealy Drake of Ft. Walton Beach mums. Talismen. roses and eucalyptus Urge arrangement of champagne around the but of the candle, in home economics from Gene Rice of Birmingham Melbourne ;
Entering the church on the maid of honor; and bridesmaidswere centered with' three colored fuJi mums, bronse mums Aubrey Fowler greeted the Florida State University\ this year Mrs. Louise Christensen Bland of and ,
of he father the bride wore Miss Sheila McDaniel cousin branched candelabra with off Scotch broom sprayed dark guests as they. arrived. In the receiving She was a member and officer of ; Mrs. Gerald
arm of Madison County;
handmade of of the groom Miss Diana whit tapers. brown and eucalyptus sprayed line In the foyer wire Mrs Ute Alpha Chi Omega Sorority Joe
original gown
an .
colored imported silk satin Protsman. cousin of the bride The coffee table had a line arrangement Bold. ProUman. Mr ProUman. and Mr Brock Is attending North and Mr. and t Nr' Albert Levlngaof
table Mrs. Bowrirn. In the bridal party Florida Junior College He la a Lake City
honored guest was
with belled sleeves and a scoop from St. Marys. Ohio. Miss Mary of light green full The ___ .
neckline. The new princess shaping Ann Courtoy from Jasper Miss mums Scotch broom pom pom. centered with a large candle ar-
was eased gently at the waist Ellen Jo Euon from Indian Har and varigated orange and green ranemmwith fall colors of I
with a faint A of skirt. Appli bour Beach and Miss Tina foliage. mums and pom pons with gold
ques of lace were placed at the Fletcher from McAlpin. Two five branched candelabra foliage. On either. end of the table pre-holiday values inluxurious
waist and on the skirt. A lavish The groomsmen wore black tux centered with a massed arrangement were matching arrangements ,
cathedral train of imported rose with a yellow rosebud in the lapel of bronze and yellow. fujl centered with three branched t
point lace descended from the as did the groom. mums and pom pens with an ar- candelabras holding yellow tap-

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Efforts To rointltttc Fail Local Taxes ... ...A'WMaoa.10. .acalaat da...aa..I.tll.las aatat of*aaM of! REGISTER NOnCI!: OP INTENT/O''"
CMBtr"norida, WHOM IT NAY ,
; ta
hi. off
Ilokkaido. Northern ootrtku aald CouBt, at ley U.. NOTICE: Ie. hereby Iron r!.! . ,
Isle doralt-nod./ ,
Japanese Fees Increase .. Florida.Y.Ith1... al. ralondar months Nun. Statue purcuaat. to th, ', ., ,
.... ., Chanter ',,
tha t. of tho '1. publication Won ,. 11., ,
this' Bach claim. or ,,_..d Ml Hortd. 8..t, .. f'. ,
Serves As Nation's ... "l I. wHtlBT sad .".U slats th. roclator with the Cink ,
Last Frontier In[ Florida . of ...101..... an4 Boat office ad- Court In sad for Su".*?., '" .
.. of tho .......... and shall ... _Florid. upon roc.ipt' of Pro. .,'
Washington Japeneae often call Kokkaldo their to by tho .1.1"' .... their. ot..... ..110.m.. ta-wlti of this. 111.,,... 'h. ,"
Florida state a10rnep. sod sap neb claim or do-
and local
'last frontier but (p\y.Jf them to governments .. fll''04 ahall bo void MOTT EROS PRODUCE
want pioneer on the big not ao o
Ur '
together n< which ... -
collected $1.462.iOO.000 ,- ,. VERA WILSON .. w. will ....
northern _
island. In taxes and fees during A. oiMtttor of tha Laat Will : U.W.. to escape ,'n .. ,
A century of of foils to lure Hokkaido the r and Toatamoat of Calm A. i Oak 8uwann.. Court., I . .
KeHleru: has left 1983 fiscal year, 6 per cent Wilton, doeoaaod our .ddr.s '. *. o. Bo. .r I
iinnnniila/. \VHVi; '.'(> i>f>rrr>iit rif Janin'a- --.----- -. _land_.___ _nrou_ __._ the n._ over the previous year while ex- .. I Florida.Th.. ..(tout of .......,,,,, ',k
island hu only five million --- jendltures of these ..
people - - governments NOTICE OF INTENTION TO riMMie MOT'D.ud.nuW.rS.V r .
or 5.4 per cent of the nation's and Is A major skiing center. increased 16 per cent, the Florida REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME 1
total tim National. arogrj.phlcSociety Prune Shot, Associate Editor of State Chamber of Commerce Boctlon.. U MIOt.harabr ttro.Florida that. purauaat I A. D. 1144. .

says.Japanese National Geographic, described atypical pointed out In its Weekly Bust tho vadrrdcaod Inland. JIMMIl: 114\.' .
farming region in Hokkaido ness Review She followlna- name, to witt 8..t"1 JACK MnI
furrnoj-s prefer thMr released recently A MABALA lilt
tiny farm on the overcrowdedbut : "We came Into an area of "All taxes collected by the state the Clerk of ,h. Circuit ---
sunnier wmthcrn i Ifdands to rolling hills where small pastures government, by all cities counties : for Sywann of oB.adnf*. Count7.In bualnoaa riorlda. no.for I
more spacious fields In Hokkaido l lined the dirt road. There was and districts are Included In this said purpoao...... at Branford, FI rI.... Th.
fodder In the shock and eVl'nh're total. State-to-ttate ; .t of o lp la aa followai
where chilly winds blow and heavy comparisons Mlchaol Habala OBO-hatf .adivldrd -
snows fall. the Japanese love of order can be made only by lumping ntroat;
One disheaiU-iK'd Hokkaido of- and beauty was evident. Every these governments. On this basis .od.. .P.....Habala.... . oao-baU andUld-
.hock wan a work of art Florida's total ....
perfectly ranked
Meal tenth among at Branford. riorlda. on Do-
said 1ti Tokyo they think .. ... C.t666A
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shaped, neatly finishedand the 60 states .r
there Is nothing up here hut On a per capita ./ r MICHAEL: RARALA
bears, codfish, und snow" There carefully spaced In a regularpattern basis however the average I ./ FELEX P. HABALA I
Is Floridian paid |28S In these taxes I house !t
considerably>> more than that.
"Dut the farms were most un- last year and residents of 28 other pan (
Hokkaido' produces one third of Japanese. They looked
exactly states paid a higher figure
Japan's coal, fifth timber, and like those of Eastern Ohio. Oab- "The state-local collections In :
pulp. Us farm yield' 70 per cent led roofs, red silos, barns with Florida were made up of 462. I trial .
of the nation's butler and half haylofts all. typically Ameri! 700,000 In all types of property neei'" .1 REMINDERThese
of 1U cheese.: Fuctmlcs" already can." taxes; $659,700.000 In oh r m- .
make steel, .hips, cement, paper, The Western Influence Is the les generally! called consumer taxes : f I : ;:: I /
And fertilizer find a more ambitions 1 legacy<< of American agriculturalexperts ; and $340.100.000 In fees, Ucensu .
ants .
program Industrial/ development who helped develop Hokkaido and miscellaneous general
Is underway in the lath century. The revenue In Banking InstitutionsWill
Tourism Is Increasingly Impor- Introduced wheat corn oats, potatoes "These governments toaethtroutlpent :
tant. There are magnificent and beans as well as cat their receipts by $321.- puter Be
mountain resorts crystal lakes, tle and sheep. 200,000 with a total general expenditure I .
and hot springs hidden In dense Dr. William Smith Clark a of 11.783,700.000 during
will 1
forests. Three national parks of Massachusetts educator who organized the year. The federal government ,
fir unspoiled" beauty and charm- an agricultural college supplied about half of the excess bers.and : I I Friday and
Ins inns. The rugged coastline, on Hokkaido In 1870 Is revered spending and the balance was Saturday
which suggests that of Maine U as a national hero there. His borrowed. / 1
dotted with fishing villages. Rap. parting me/wage to his pupils"Boys "Outstanding debt of these mand strong / i :I I' : DECEMBER 25 & 26 1964
poro. trottal o', capita lies' beneath be ambitious" u tIsland's governments In Florida totaled I I ,
snow five months a year, motto, and small busts $2.384,200.000 at the end of the vanced ;'
of Clark are on tale In many fiscal year, up 18 per cent compared 'I .
shops with an 8 per cent national ) .
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HE fiURK YOU' n AVE: Traditional farmers will prefer average Their cash and security I I In Observance of

TOBACCO to grow rice, though the short holdings grew not quite so fast rc
PLANTS growing season It better suited and came to $1,857.800,000 at I I :
WHEN YOU NEED THEM to dairy fanning Historian Arnold year's end. IN ., CHRISTMAS
Toynbrxi explained: The cultivation . ; / DAY
FRANK HADDONAt of rice is something like FOR IDA : : .
M religious obligation In Japane Job Outlooks ,,
( The Teiuco Station) *. eyes; and for a rlceculUvoting LOIS' :: : I -
awa '
people dairy farming is K:. r-4.. .
Florida 22 Ten Years PU4'I.K: BOTH BANKS WILL
not just an economic innovation, POOL Ie. : : ,I '; : '; REMAIN OPEN
Hick It verges on outright impiety." ALL DAY THURSDAY
BroadleafNC TALLAHASSF.g-Job outlooks VS. I DECEMBER 24
Hut ancient tradition is giving for the future have been surveyed . : : .
95 way to the desire for modernity. CARL : f:
by specialists with the V 8. Department I
Mr Rhor visited a Hokkaido dairy of Labor : : I : 1': THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
farmer who had seven cows and Their flndlnns have significance THK IN VHS : .

N for young people consider Tut f."... ( ) LIVE OAK, FLORIDA
ing careers as well as their parents
We Are according to home economics I :I I i ilh
Dealers specialists with the Florida .
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Agricultural Extension Service\ l lI..I THE COMMERCIAL BANKOF
During the next ten the I. 1 I /
years llfl i I, '. .
For greatest increases In demand will lhBi., 1'
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be for people In professional and tIP s. I
technical fields. In positions that and "
generally require at least a bach .a asp..@W.0.: /(: i! I: l! 1f
elor's degree from college.More or ... I :
NEW IDEA clerical and sales, workers' I .".. . j I ,
skilled craftsmen service workers, i .d...I .. I I
and people trained In management ,rasp..... .
.will be needed" ".. ... I Im. I Holiday Special !
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FARM EQUIPMENTIN There will be few increases in | ...... ,
unskilled Jobs and only' moderate ) et ... .
Increases In semiskilled .mar....11.TII.
THE will find their servicesin ....... I !
great demand especially in, e "' .

LIVE OAK AREA mathematics, science and Indus mild. ,:' .. I..e .:

was saving money to buy three I ...(ht : .
more to Ihe center of the farmhouse : at Widow Cn.11, .1 i : : : : REAT VALUE
parlor beside the low dinIng LOT I : :. : : ; G
table stood a glistening new
ALLBRITTON BROS. motorcycle. Mr. Shoe a..edhe I
farmer If he always kept it there.
"Oh no." he smiled. "When we II
TRACTOR CO. eat we move it into the corner MOTOROLA
of the room. I don't want flu II I
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;' JlcClane Says Labor Shortage Number I Here For New Idea Conference I Note Of Appreciation ;..........................................................,.....:

1' ._ ,_._, _ I wish to take this method of II
Problem Florida Agriculture expressing my heartfelt thank to '
the many friends and neighborswho FOR SALE
were so kind and thoughtful
MIAMI Florid agriculture'uz I was one of several agricultural .
during my illness and tn the
problem U the Increating leaders :
one appearing before
-, ::ber the Bureau -
hospital. Your ,
cards letters, flon
shortage of willing and of Employment Security I
aU.fled: farm worker, according hearing called by Secretary of ere, and visits meant so much to REPOSSESSED
me and I will ever be grateful to
I Florida Farm Bureau Fed- Labor W Wlllard Wlrti
M > you for themIt SMALL 3 BEDROOM HOUSE
I "VlC McClane Jr. FFBF ex- tag and time-proven stated that criteria the exist* M yis will be impossible for me to : 100x100 LOT ,
re 1
: vice president, told a labor lating to the availability of farm thank each of you personally for located I !Mile West of City Limit, then H /'Cve;
in M1am1 last week the labor on such matter. as wages your thoughtfulness. therefore I $3595 CASH OR TERMS.
myth of an adequate labor supply housing, insurance transport ask that you accept this notice ai Can finance with $100 ,down balance as low as S
,: :ne United States has been ful- tion and expenses and other terms I personal May God bless each of you Is $45.00 PER MONTH :
i exploded. conditions of employment are sincere
Those of us who have been adequate to determine the num. .NDeli my prajerMrs. W, L Ross Call or Write ; l I
increasing probLem ber of
teed: with this farm workers available Paid Notice
of securing farm labor each I from local and Interstate sources . MR. JACKY WRIGHT,
attest to the fact that Farm Bureau has
year can strongly discouraged Earl P. O. Box 1017 Albany Georgia ;
there has not been and U not now any action which would : Waterproofing '

ari adequate supply of domestic accelerate the trend toward rising Bow leer. left. Is advertising manager for New Idea Farm Indians of Colombia's tropical ......................or...,Phone........436-5677.,.... ... .................
tarn labor," he emphasized. ". farm production costs Equipment Co.. and is her for a series of sale conference with Choco region long ago learned to _
on behalf of The state's waterproof clothing it
speaking daubing
McClane. largest farm organl- branch personneL Dan Aapperto. right who U proditt edae.llonmanager by
the 33.000 Farm Bureau members ration has also urged consideration with the milky Juice of wild rub-
planet an Important rol* la arranging local details for theeenference.
in Florida who produce approximately of the effect of any change ber trees
l 90 per cent of the state1* particularly In wages, on accelerated TOBACCO FARMERS .
total agricultural'production said production In the Caribbeanarea Make a flank Into a very special
the problem 1 La especially criticalat and in South and Central Ihulgt'I.Prit".I. i.csti Tender fled Cuts Can ReTurned I Sunday dinner with a breador
harvest time. America. sausage stuffing Spread the
The Farm Bureau spokesman In his testimony. McClane also Into Tasty, Nourishing DialiroGainesville stuffing over the steak pull aides ,
Some of the leas; Use any meat. desired beef of the steak together to form along FARMING NEEDS IN. .
.I tender and budget-prloed beef veal. Iamb or pork cut Into cube roll, and tie with a string or
cut offer excellent possibilitiesfor Dip meat cubes Into seasoned fasten with a skewer Place on a
I Interesting fall menus. says flour and brown In a little hot fat rack and bake slowly In 3SOT. BULK CURING BARNS a
25 % To 50% ReductionOn Dr Robert L Reddish, meal over medium heat. For bent results oven about its hours. It desired\ ,
specialist, Florida Agricultural brown only a few cube at a add a mushroom or gravy sauce TRANSPLANTERSSPRAYERS
All New Gift ItemsChina i Extension Service time. I during the laU half hour of baking
Take chuck steak plate, brisket Add Interesting seasoning,, such time, I & DUSTERS I
foreshank. and the heel of a* celery tops a few whole cloves I
the round They are good tn and a bay leaf, Then add liquid to IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT
( lamps, marble top tables, pictures: mirrors stews, braised a* pot roast or nearly cover meat. Cover and DO YOU HAVE AN .
simmered for a boiled dinner. rook over low' heat until meat U
and items too numerous to mention. Alcohol Problem?
: Ground they make up Into tatsy nearly tender. 10:48.INANCING:

meat !loaves, meat balls, hamburgers I Add the desired vegetables and We now hue In Live Oakan CAI.I. OR COME 1WSUWANNEE
Beautiful antique china, cut glass. oil painting: and casserole dishes cook until they are done Favorite AA Group ready to
And speaking of stew, If you choice are pea, green beans, I
brass, etc. Come in now and save.JULIAN'S !. want to be an expert stew-maker' potatoes, cauliflower carrot*. hftlp you,
here are some basic rules: I whole) kernel corn lima beans, WRITEP. VALLEYiu1irM
and kidney beans. O. Box 591, t
supported statements along these Remove meat. and vegetable to
ANTIQUESHighway lines which have been made by a hot platter and thicken liquid OR CONTACT'oun \
the American Farm Bureau FedI with a flour and water paste Season :
129 North Physician or Minister OAK, FLORIDA PHONE 34=-1791
i I eraUon and the Florida" Fruit. and gravy and pour over meat
I Vegetable Association and vegetables.,

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Junior Women To Have I BcachvillcHer.

(9fgA :elzed tb Christmas DinnerThe BiRDS; .

Snwannee Country Club o F. B.: Day of Lake City
will be the setting Thursday f'LORiPl\ filled his appointment here Sun-
right.December tenth at seven day. Had good services In spite of
WOMEN thirty for the Junior Woman's HEAD AND cold weather. MM. Day came with
Club annual Christmas dinner
Members art asked te bring a Marvin Odom filled hit
wrapped Christmas tejr for the appointment with the Deep Creek
CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor children at Sunland Training BACKWNG99AND Advent Christian Church Sunday.
Center In Gainesville TAILBLUE Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hall spent
Guild Mrs. AI When president, last week end flailing relatives In
Wesleyan Miss Sin lelary To Wed urges all members and their e.#ACI Greenville.

Mot With Mrs. Wynne Truman Lee GuestMr husbands to attrmd.BrideElect I fr/ L ffGTH ZO TO 25* Mr. and Mrs. Cary Lamb of

Mrs. Virginia Wynne was hostess and Mrs Jasper Eugene sea .! WMOSPfiEAP 4-5 TOWONE Madison visited Mrs. Sanford

to the Wesleyan Guild of the' Slngletary announce the engagement Honored 'p Beach Sunday afternoon.Mrs. .
First Methodist Church, last of their daughter, Bessie ; Willie Odom visited her
Tuesday evening at her home on Jean, to Truman Lee Guest, son With Morning CoffeeMrs. J4 Of OUR MOST BEAUnriLBIKDS sister, Mrs. Helen Hurst, who Is a
White Avenue for their annual of Mr and Mrs Lee L. Ouest of B. W. Helvenston Jr., Mrs. I 9 EXPERT AND GRACEFUL patient In the Suwannee County
Christmas dinner which was Stockton, Oa. Wilson Malcolm Clayton, and IN FLIGHTS SPENDS MOST ofTs Hospital In Live Oak two days
served buffet style. The wedding will take place December Mrs John lIarrell Quinn enter- WAKINO HOUXS INTHe A'X9 PMKS last week.
The tables In the living room 20 at seven o'clock In the tained Saturday, November twenty . FROM THS SUKFACf Of THE WATER fIN aaaaaaaaaaaaaa aaaallli 111111 1111
were centered with a white pottery Gordon Street Baptist Church of iihth from eleven until one EATS WhLE Ph V/NO S FOOD;SNAKES, We are glad that the two little
candlestick trimmed with Ivy sons of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Od-
Valdosta Oat No cards o'clock with a coffee In the homeof LZARDSNSECTSSPCEPW A9FNof
holding a single red candle. A The bride-elect Is the granddaughter Mrs. Helvenston honoring Miss COUNTRY MAWfcANDp/Hf A/4S om. Donny and Sammy, have recovered -
gaily decorated sliver Christmastree of Mrs. Barton Redding Marlon Leonard whose marriage from an attack of measles.
stood near the entrance anda Landen of. this city and the late to J, Wyman Harvard will be TMEVCNTVOfCVORFSSSN4M09HAWK .
Christmas arrangement on the Mr. Landen and the late Rev and solemnized In December at the Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Beach and'
piano created the setting for the Mrs. Jacob Slngletary of Mayo. First Baptist Church. SWALLOWTA% LEP KITE grandson, Gary Bt'ach.'taited
program entitled "Th Birth of She graduated from Suwannee The guests were greeted at the FAWLV their son and father Leyon Beach,
Christ In Scripture and Music". High School and Is employed ,by door by Mrs. Nicky Tsacrlos who O. M. 1/c. U.S.N.. Charleston, S.
The program was presented by the Valdosta Times. presented them to the receiving FlOlllPA GAME AMP FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSiON C. and enjoyed family dinner on
Mrs. Joe Davis assisted by Mrs. Mr, Guest Is the grandson of line composed of the hostesses his ship. the CSS Manly on Saturday
Jimmy Allen Mrs David McNeill, the late Mr. and Mrs. Walter Miss Leonard her mother Mrs. ; They returned home Sun-
Mrs. Harry McKelthen. Mrs. Leon Guest and the late Mr. and John Leonard, and Mrs J, Wy Heel 1m" Circle Has j Pine LevelTroopers day afternoon.
Wynne, readers, and Mrs. E. Bar- Mrs. William Robert Jefferson man Harvard. W. H. Tidwell was a business
din Hunter, pianist Four New Member visitor In St. Petersburg Thurs
of Stockton.
formerly The coffee table was presidedover
of exchanging gifts The Redbud Circle of the Live James Fortner and thur Sasser were supper guests of
In place Mr Guest wss graduated from by Mrs. R. II. Rutledge and .
Arthur Sasser of Pensacola spent Mr, and Mrs. L. P, Fortner Monday
this year each member made a Lanier County High School Mrs B. W. Helvenston HI. Punch Oak Garden Club Inc., met at the and Mrs. Willie Beach visited -
donation to the piano fund. Garden Center last Tuesday Sunday night with Mr and Mrs. night. their children In Gainesville
Lakeland Oa He Is employed by was served by Miss Penny Wett-
L. P. Fortner.Mr Miss Joan Andera Friday
night with seventeen spent
Greeting cards were tent to ill Val members Tuesday night and Wednesday
Bchrorer Co. of
Implement ,
members and plans were made to dosta. stein table and one visitor, Mrs. Paul Crews and Mrs Drew Holmes night and Saturday In St. Petersburg O. D. Beach was a business
The centered with
In was an present. were supper guests of Mr. and attending a Youth Missionary
present the program January, . arrangement of yellow and white visitor In Gainesville Thursday
guild emphasis month, for the and Mrs. Everett Williamson circle Mrs. Willie Howell Thursday I meeting" Miss Brenda Terry of Jacksonville -
gladioli '
Woman's Society of Christian Local Youth Inelmlral' chrysanthemums chairman, conducted the meeting. night. Leslie Hughey was dinner guest was a guest of her parents
Service. Mrs. L. A. Blackmon, \ ] Band flanked white The candles flower In elhver arrangement Mrs. Tom Cannon read the club Mrs. May White el1 of Auburn- 'I' of Mr. and Mrs L. P, Fortner Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Terry, last
president of the guild, was presented prayer. Mrs. J. L. Long, secretary, dale and Mrs. Ethel Gordon of Saturday week end.
a gift In recognlcatlon of Ernie and Gary Grant, sons of on the buffet carried read the minutes of the previous Tampa spent a few days last week, Mrs. J. B. Wilson of Live Oak The Beachvllle W. II. ft P. M.
her service and kadrrshlp. Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Grant, are out a yellow and white motif meeting, and the treasurer's report with Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Fortner. sepnt Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Society will meet at the church
Guests Include the Rev, and spending 30 da.leav. with their Decorttlons In the living room was given by Miss Bernice Rev. Charles Johnson of Perry J. F. Toole.R. Friday afternoon at 1:30. Please
Mrs. Splvey Brabham, Mrs. Roy parents were pink camellias. The familyroom Baker. spent Sunday with Mr. and F. Harden Is spending a few be there.
Hunter, guild coordinator; and They graduated from Suwan had a large arrangement Four new members were welcomed Mrs. B. F. Hayes. days In Lake City visiting his
Mrs. Ann Wilcox I nee High School In June 1963 and orange and yellow chrysanthemums Into the circle, Mrs. Tommy Mrs. H. C. Wood of Jacksonville daughter, Mrs. Pauline Smith. Live Oak were supper guests of
Fourteen guild members were were accepted In the U. S. Naval with autumn leaves. A refreshment Edwards, Mrs. Dan Harrell spent Wednesday night and Mr. and Mrs Drew Holmes Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Fortner Sunday
present School of Music In September of table was also In this Mrs. Lex Roberts and Mrs. Thursday with Mr. and Mrs.I were supper guests of Mr. and night.
. the same year. Both graduatedfrom room presided over by Mrs. Rodney Claude Crapps III. Drew Holmes. Mrs. Ernest Holmes Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tauter visited
the school In November Tyson Mrs. W C. Alrth. and Mrs. Cannon was named chairman Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hayes and night. Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes
Paul Gemons Jr. 1084. Gary made honor man of Miss Kay Alrth. of the committee to take I Troopers James Fortner and Ar- Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wilson of Wednesday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clemons of his ttass. Assisting In entertaining the care of the landscaping of the
U8CO. Miami, announce the birthof I After their leave here on December guests were Mrs. R. L. Brlnkman.Mrs. south end of the Garden Center
a son November nineteenth.The U they will report to San Wilbur Bell. Mrs. H. E. Building. Mrs. Phil Townsend reported b
will be Leech Mrs. C. J. Hackney Mrs She Is wishing for
baby weighed 5 Ibs 11 ots. Diego Calif where they on the fund raising pro-
and has been named Paul Clemens stationed ajt the Naval base until Harley Drown Mrs Connie Wett-
Jr April 1969. From there their unit stein and Miss Dee Dee Clayton jects.Mrs.. Donald Burch presented

Mrs. Clemons Is the former band same as a show band, in S. Mlu Bernice Shuler, home demonstration DaL&iiVrLCOMFY'
Miss Jeanette Warner of this city which Gary plays lead trumpet Deborah McGuirk agent, who gave an Interesting

Mr. and Mrs. John McOulrk Jr. and Instructive demonstrstlon .
of Tallahassee announce the birthof on Christmas decorationsthat
a daughter, November 19 In can be made Inexpensivelyat SLIPPERS
THREE BEDROOM HOMESBrick the Tallahassee Memorial Hos home.
pital. The hostesses Mrs. Lumas Me-
The baby has been named Cullers and Mrs. Williamson,
Veneer-One or Two Baths. Drborah Lynn; McOulrk served refreshments.The .
Mrs. McOulrk Is the former circle will not meet In December
FHA or CONVENTIONAL Miss Linda Jenkins. The next meeting will. be 4/
Financing > The material grandmother Is on the fourth Tuesday In January '
t in the home of Mrs. Phil $7.50
J Mrs Luclll Jenkins and the paternal
grandparents are Mr. and Townsend with Mrs. Elmer
Mrs John McOutrk 8r, Browning and Mrs. J. V. Smith as
Located In Edgewood Subdivision. hostesses.SmithGrant.

SELECT YOURS NOW and Ernie lead trombone, will .

ContactV. leave on a six months tour aboard
aircraft carrier as the admiral'spersonal

\ G. MULLINS They are band.scheduled to go to Miss Lesley Smith and Harry
and Then Grant HI will be marriedDecember
Hawaii Philippines. Japan
twelfth. Miss Smith .ls
Australia and return In October
Phone 362-2057 the daughter of Mr and Mrs
to finish the II months tour
James Smith of Brantford. On-
duty In San Diego.
I tario. Canada. Mr Grant ti Is the
son of Mr. and Mrs Harry Grantof

Ward Fertilizer Company Has The this ceremony city will be solemn tt
ised In the Thorouihgood Episcopal $6.00
Church. Norfolk Va. A re-
rrptlon will be held Immediately
following at the "Shore Drive'
Complete Fertilizer Service Inn",

The couple will make their
home In Norfolk where Mr. Grant ;tIJ
To Let You Is stationed In the U. S. Navy, c......."
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We know several! Individualswho
"Fertilize By Phone"Thal's can tell you what Is wrong SHOE DEPT
with the world.

right . It'. "Rocking Chair" easy to fertilise your crops. Just

pick up your phone and call any of the Ward Fertiliser men listed blow Tell OUR 26th YEAR IN LAKE CITY UNDER THE SAME OWNERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT
them what you want and where) you want it. . they'll do th. rest.

Tobacco, corn cotton, peanuts, pasture . no matter what your crop, there COMPLETE CARPET SERVICE INSTALLATION AND CLEANING
Is a Ward Fertiliser to fit your need. Ward Fertilisers are "Tops. .. On All Your
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Mixed Fertilizer Morea Uqui-Feed
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t Anhydrous Ammonia Early & Common $3.95 Sq. Yd. $3.95 S Y d. $5.95 Sq. Yd.iMAGINF.I .

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THE News RECREATION And Activities CENTER From Subscriptions I WEEKLY LIVESTOCK ran REPORTor I Social Security Answers j I

Sutcannet DemocratListed Suwannee Valley Livestock Market Editor's Note: These questions ) your average snnnthry nmfD: .
I and answers arc compiled by Wll- Unless you work at a higher' rate
A."l. DlrretorTW below are new subscription
liam M. Esnea. txI&rkMana
er than
<< before the amount you get
and Trading was moderately activeat Utxed!
subscriptions renewed ISO-JIO barrows
week at a new job safe for the Social Security Administration ,
tint place to let the small chil cannot raised. But the Department -
to the Suwannee the Suwannee Valley livestock and gilts sold for
Democrat from $14 M. 310-244
pleasant, de- dren at Taldosta. Canes Invites .,
Be or and
play and still Family Children
pay attention November 21 to December: 4. Market: Wednesday of last week as pounds sold for 114(3.; 240279IlJ.H
KnJuna; on the reception ODe a* well as play with their children NEW scuscsurnoxsLeRoy 223 cattle and calves sold aa compared pounds 1(0-10 pounds.I readers to mall their questions to Services' in your community maybe
E. experienced a pleas- him! at P O. Box 1122. VaJdosta able to '
i bate wanting to use the slide help you.
tJ: StanseU Tampa with n the week previous.Demand $143: 140-160
pounds. 11410:
I rUlted Indlvl.lials Oa. Please do net mail Inquiries
nt bcs-lnntwr a go-round and other playground J. U. McAfee. Decatur Oas was good for the most 120-140 pounds 11410.: 100-120 your QUESTION.: I ban been receiving
and busin* ea to Inquire equipment P. H. Orcen. UcAlptn I part with feeder-stocker calvesstrong Pounds. 114 $0. and 0-100 ', to this paper.iQUESTION' social security for two years.If .
B, what extent they could and Enclosing the tennis court willcertainly George O. Klnard. UcAlpinPvt. I to 11.00 higher. An other pounds 114 *5 : How many: work I sep some tend win this count
Bould bdp me Improve the RecRiUon help tennis fans to Thomas H. Radford. rX class**, both slaughter and feeder Most sows. 10.400 credits would a man born In 111 toward the $1200 I can earn and
Center and 1U area. I spend more time playing tennis Hood. Tex. -tocker( wet too few m one or for *JO-m.M Boars pounds need to be fully covered? still get an my checks
In* away from the visits paUMS than chasing the ball under park David BiUhouse. Palatta both weeks to accurately test 17.00 and one stag brought went$10 tOl'I'I'; ANSWER: : He win need 25 ANSWER': No. antes the buyIng -
with the response of help ofRrrd. ed cars on the side line and Into H. O. Morrison. O'Brien I price trends. Medium' and good feeder 'I quarters of coverage, or /4. years and selling of land Is a regular .

provtdtof I did When what I IBjuld the ball Held.Installing Ur. and sirs. O. C. Hunter UO TIle Dumber clearing to feedertodter 40-110 pounds, went for IU pt 00- of social security work credit. trade or business of yours. l
to help myself. 1m-ex- a series of pigtail Mrs. Judy James. IngUs accounts was near TO percent $1700. while good ptas 110-140 QUESTION: : I own two houses But. this Income from the sate 01 'I
*ined tome ot; the Inrest lights or play ground flood lights Raymond Chauncey. Rt, L. O. white M per cent of the total pounds brought 115 00-11150. I which I rent. Can I count this Income I property would sun be reportable" '
lo\' !nenU or new projects. from the recreation office building Lake City JC and FRS School. weN calvwa. a. as sett-employment Income" for Income tax purposes. I
was encouraclnc. down to the tennis court. This Public Relations Lake City Standard and tow good slaughter and get social security credits for : a
11 hare at this time 14 project will be a bright spot for those who, Mrs. E. R. Seiatona. Largo steera" brought SU.2S-llt33 Captain Lrppert At lt, |j+I I
I believe will make the Lire Oak- would like to play shuffleboard or Carl Hn t1na. O"BneoSl"BSCIUrrIOS5 while one low cutter sold for U. ANSWER: : No.' This kind Of1 Grrrn Initiated Into
|u anoN County Recreation horseshoe after dark. More children RENEWED A few low standard heifers Gf'Ol1t'ir' Force Base rental Income does not count for I
|enter one of the finest in this could use the playgroundarea J. W. Herring. Winter' Haven went for 11400-IUOO with utility I I Captain MUton II. Lepprrt. social security : Beta Gamma Sigma,

liuntry. Approval of these and In safety and vehicle parking Mrs. Maurice lUCro... Rt, setting for SI1AO-S14M and ,whose wile is the tanner UU QUESTION: I heard that If 'I II Charles' P. Orwi Jr. senior at
her projects will come with the will be less dangerous with' L. O. euttera for UOOIU2S.Cotter I i Blanche Taylor, daughter: of Mr. I you art. old enough to get social the University of Florida and
neurrent and approval of cityBid these lights In pUce. I I Clark Memorials Valdoata Oa. and BU&ty cows brought and Mrs. Terry Taylor of Route security benefits and earn 1100 or graduate of Suwanne High
county officials who roust Providing more parking area b,1 R. C. Knight. Tero Beach tlOOOtl23 white canners t'lrar-I S. Live Oak. U now on duty wtth teas In a month that you can get School was one of eight unlveratty -
Ksi on them provide the funds, straightening out the existingarea Curtis H. Owens. Walstonburg ed at $1000-sash. I, th* U. S. Air Pore tth Tactical :your check for that month even : students Initialed Into Beta
lid then set time tables for their and lengthening it to Include runty' buns brought II' Tighter Wing at Ororg* ATB. : though you earn 15000 In the ; Oamma Sigma national buatncoa
tcompllshmcnU.I area near tennis court. I Construct one outdoor double I1C.2S white canner and low Call' I year. Is this correctl honorary fraternity on December
list for ns1denn I handball court. .JO-I ANSWER: : Y... You may ret a 3.
High on the Construction of a small ten sold for SB 00tll3VHigh I The captain U a graduate of ,
Is construction of an outdoor crete block shed to hold 'con-I Encircle' large tree located In standard and food t Baltimore Polytechnic Instituteand check for any month In which I I Scholastic achievement la the
Lphalt basketball court to re- Nod equipment as well as I the outfield of the ball diamond stocker steers sold for III attended the University of I your wares are 1100 or Jess re- I[ basis for stwdrnt membership kn
loss of the Armory with picnic tables, benches, and Inferior bringing rardVas ef the amount of your
ice the tenance equipment to help reduce : SUM with one Maryland the select organisation. Oren to
Kurt due to Dora. RecreationBasketball cost of replacement or unnecessary cooking pits.Now 'T..2S. I . : Income for the year A .If employed an honor student In tho Schoolof
league u at a stand- repair cost caused by Inclement I u the time to review some Standard heifers brought 111. person can get a check for'' RusiMM Administration at the
till momentarily until playingItclUUes weather of the policies which win be enforced S6-111-0. utility grade acid for I Rain In Cotton any: month In which: h* does not University,
be made available.I at the Recreation Center. and InfmorcJH.rf'd render substantial services in his
can Construction of a cement block $00-11100. one jl
This Is necessary to avaid misunderstandings The college set cottons to rain boslrma 1 I
Construction of toilet facilities for M.75.
addition to rear of existing Recreation In I
fttwetn the baseball and Softball Center large enough for on whit will be the. Utility and low standard cows cotton. Rain'vorthjr: coats Include QUESTION' My wife and 1.1! BAKING FOR

leld Is desirable. Later these toll- a full time game room. This will\ I policy. went for MM $1000; inferiors ,cottons ranging from corduroy both ever 45. gust cant get by any Birthday, Parties; AM
Sufficient lights win be on to vcrtetern.<< poplin twill and srcuriI I I
longer on our small social
It fsclllUes could be expanded. to permit young children to always' sold for I7TS-MOO; and W.ddinga !
and the d- ottoman to th* nrvwtt cotton of '
provide chaperones ty monthly check Neither of us'
-.elude dressing rooms. sold for 13 00-tt 00.
have a game room. all feather HOT DONtTT ALL DATLIVE
I Completion of fencing around Put up a four foot fence down !' rector an opportunity to observe Carres 234-473 pounds good dead- a took-aba that'sa can work. Could you give us a ht-I{
lie athletic field win reduce the the left Held line of the baseball''!' and enforce proper conduct at and choice sold for 114 oo.ln.TS. rtnrer a for.the real thing'I tie more each month OAK BAKERY I

[buse given UM baseball and soft- diamond to conclde with one I all danoM. private or open. standard for 112 OO-U, 00. and I ANSWER Unfortunately' : not. I ..._..* A".Hit
AU doors of the Recreation I Iet..l 5.p14. a' )ICChe..atil the amount get depends on
lull fields by Individuals. down the right field line of the utility for $11055-11J. Calves. you
I The biggest advantage will be : Softball diamond. Center main laU win remain un 125-250 pounds, standard and - -
I) separate athletic field from the Construction of little league 1 locked. This Is necessary' to provide good brought I147VIU2S. two
creation area whereby both dugouts with front safety adequate exits in
real can be functioning without would be desirable at the fence,disturbance or fire Clubs, group trieresponsibility and inferiors an weights, ranged I
win have
litfrference with each other. league field.Construct. and organizations of safeguarding from $. DO-110 00. VISIT OUR
I Construction of a 4 :x 30 x I: 30 ft one section of concrete I by Hogs totaled 157 this. dale as
lay pen In the playground area block seats at each ball their Interest from Intruders other compared to 4S the week beforeN. .
checker system or some
ill help provide parents with a I diamond. '
will be permitted CClara
f No smoking
V Prlvett. Bradenton
inside the Recreation Center TOYLAND
Mrs. Room R. Brown. L. O.
This Is to reduce fire hazard and
IRRIGATIONCOMPLETE maintain circulation of clear air W. R. Ron 1\&.. L. O.
for health of all participants D. O. Oatnbl Rt. L. OMr .
SYSTEMS Chaperones of private parties *. A. H. Perry U O.

INSTALLED & FINANCED unwanted was be responsible visitors. Assistance for rejecting of Red's Mr*. W Barber C. Bradley.Bhop,Branford L. O "''IlEnE'OU'IJJ FIND

lira Sarah Patter UcAlptoSuwannr
the director U available If required -
DISTRIBUTORS FOR: >* County Chamber olCosnmerc

DEMING TURBINE PUMPS The director will be responsibleto *
B B. MeCormiek. Orlando (Gifts For
reject unwanted visitors at teen Everyone
dances. Individuals who have Mrs. O. M Hard**. Oral

S. ELECTRIC MOTORS been swallowing Intoxicating beverages S. B Uctrtt. Jackaonvtn'
W. M. Barrs. Rt. U O.
of. are
or m posstsselon
REYNOLDS ALUMINUM PIPE not wanted and married IndlviaM- Prtoctta ranted. 1. O

RACE AND RACE AND sis attending th dane without Mrs. R. E. auOtvaa. OLand L 2 BLOCKS SOUTH OF
'' not In the' port- Mr and U/a W L. Durranr '
their arouse or Dhto
SURE 'RANE FITTINGS Uon of being a chaperon for OrmA gt Park Wfistern POSTOFFICC ON
children are not encouraged Mr and Mrs. Tbwstan Hunter,
their own
IRRIGATION NEEDS dances are ttmlUd t*. Mr arced Mrs Wayne Knight : ASSOCIATE STORE

thoiw In the venth grade or St. Mary-a. Oa --- --.: __d ___ __ . .
ESTIMATES GIVEN -- ---- - -- -
higher Children In this age group
GET OUR PRICES BEFORE YOU BUY may not com as visitors even
when accompanied by a seventh

grader or higher

HACKNEY Phone 752-3161 BROTHERS ages Drinking anywhere Center of intotlraUng boundrVs within th wtB*brver-Recreation net. Come look them over! Come try them out!

be tolerated. Law enforcement

LAKE CITY, FLORIDA officers handle an will problems be summoned where minors to- Th,lrt in our showroom now ready Jar you to ttt and i/rirr. So come

FARMERS IMPLEMENT CO. ,nd are charge caught mad In act acalrut of drinking tho on in and gtt the full story on the txautijul ne\c\ Chevrolet for '65.

when positive Identification ran
Phone FO '2-2571 be made. AH others will b* reTuetd -
LIVE OAK. FLORIDA to "leave premises. at the
time th* Incident I* noticed. Lr.

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Funeral Services I Here For New Idea Sale ConferenceS The concern has accepted the Hfflhotise, certificate. Leadership-: Olenda Has and .
dealership for' Kelvlnator products Health: Mervln Libby June Lynda Ward medals.
and expects. to offer a com Moore Debra Nelson. Jenny Ron, Poultry: Charles Floyd Jerry
Held Thursday! plete line of both gas and electric and Cindy Sheppard medals. lilnard'and Laura Thomas, medals -
appliances. Home Economics: Helen Bass, ; and Klah Eubanks. certifi
Y r -a ,, Williams said that bad weather Nannette Greene, Cathy Hall and cate.
Oscar Puryear I c.Y over the week end kept many Patricia Hall, medals; Jeanle Public Speaking: Klah Eubanks:
from attending the official open Poole and Beverly Vann certificates. and Elaine: Holmes, medals; and
Funeral services were held e
house. He extended an Invitation Gary Ooff certificate.
Thursday afternoon at 2:00: p.m. to. all to come out and visit the Home Improvement: Marianne Safety: Aubrey Ooff, Steve
at the O'Brien Baptist Church for new facility at their convenience. Nott medal; and Iris Harrell. Griffith and Mervln Libby med
Oacar D. Puryear, 81. who died L . i. certificate: .
In Lake City hospital ala.Swine
suddenly a
a XiF Land Judging: Tony Carroll. : Joe Hatch and Bruce
Tuesday afternoon,
the preceding No. 5 Richard Cooper. Klah Eubanka.and Ward, medals; and Johnny Cope-
brief illness. The Rev. S
following a t rs y yr cates.Conaervatlon. Aubrey Goff medals. land, certificate.:
W. H. Andereon, assisted! by the 9sd.
td ,cf'x : Scott Chmoweth Livestock Judging: Jim Cun- Tractor Care: John Haas. OoYI -
,. officiatedat
T. Ne wme,
Rev. W last rites.The and Aubrey doff medals; and diff Klah Eubanks Mervln LIb-I I I an Knight and: Mike McZnnla.
k Benny Denton eertitIca&e.DalI"J by, and: Ronnie Ward, medals.
deceased was born in North
: Bin Cannon, Richard
and had resided In the
Carolina N at.
Cooper, John Haas, and Charlene
O'Brien community since 1838. .
+ Suggs, medals; Jimmy Parker
He was a member of the Wood-
and Mac Todd. certificates
of the World. AllisChalmersSALES
Dress Revue: Martha Connell
Survivors include the widow officials here tor the INS New Idea sales .
conference this week and next are Bay Dow, and Phyllis Howland, medals;
Mrs Nina Puryear. O'Brien; sales manager leftl, J. Ilrnry Dawn brock, manager sales development department center) and Leo and Colleen Burnham certificate.

three daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Hendeln, product sales manager for the Unl-9y. tent! right. I Electric: Mike Dunn. Bart Edwards and SERVICEIN
Smith Orlando, Mrs. Phoebe Tiger -
Danny Edwards. Aubrey
and Mrs Rebecca
Fletcher, O'Brien; 11 grandchildren Roberts and Dean Thomas CorrectionIn Crews was contacted who In turn Got, John Haas, and Mike Mc- THE LIVE OAK AREA
two brothers R..K. and Those serving as honorary pallbearers made contacts for the company's Znnls, medals; Clarence Crowe
the Nov. 26 issue of the paper : Benny Denton Thelton Ooff a
Curtis Hudson, Oro- representatives with local firms
Leonard Puryear. both of Clinton, were
N. C.; six sisters, Mrs. Macy ver Fort, R. R. Barber, J. T. won we reported a bicycle that at the Roy Western Johnson and individuals. Greg Hatch Jerry Klnard. Garry We Repair Any Make or Model] Tractor
Schofleld.: and Bruce Ward cer
Smith Durham, N. C" Mrs. Dorothy Mathews, C. H. Whltfleld. Paul Bowler said cooperation and,
house. The bike
open was
Fletcher support this community was tificates. (Will Pick Up At Your Farm And Deliver) ..
Dunn. Mt. Olive, N. C., Mrs. Smith Perry Davis T. J. won by Roy Jordan of Luravllle by
Elizabeth Dean. Littleton, N. C.. Br.. Drew Brannon J. W Kite, . outstanding and facilities such as Entomology: Nancy Edwardsand
I\ Mrs. Lillie Blanks, Rocksboro. N. Curtis A. Humphries, Broward The Vatican Swiss Guards the Coliseum and Armory made I Klah Eubank, medals. -ALL WORK GUARANT'EEDLeo -
Foods And Nutrition: Debbie
the selection' for the company
Crt Mrs Eleanor Lundford Oxford Sykes. and B. Smith. constitute the world's moat ex* easy Ollmore, Stanley Hopkins Bonnie -
N. C.. and Mrs. Earl Talley James B. Daniels Kuneral Home elusive army 100 members. I
McLean and Pam Parramore,
Ca-Vell. N. C. had charge of arrangements. . Hurricane Dora worried the Dunham BuildingMayo
Active pallbearers were Palmer . company: and did cut into yield I medals: Renee OUmore Terry ,
Daughtry Pel ton Hudson J. L. It is not "un-American".to disagree No.1 of crops planted for them by two Diane Nix and Lynn Prevail, cer ( Road Across From Howland Feed Mill) I
Daniels, Howard Thomas Walter with others I ersburg Times and the Miami One farm grew 100 tificates.
Herald have carried stories of the acres of corn and the other 20 I Food Preservation: Ila Frances Phone 362-3222
recovery of Uve Oak from the acres of soy beans and 10 acres Evans, certificate.
ravages of Hurricane Dora of rye 'r.... Forestry: Btien Clark .and

Hayward Lodge No. 45, Free and Accepted Writers surprise for both and papers amazementat expressed :I Demonstrations each group at these are two conductedfor farms I I I Chlnoweth Charles Sparrow and Paul medals Hall; certificates Scott landen's Tractor Co.

the manner In which this and personnel have .
Mason Falmouth Honors Past Masters community sales an opportunity -
at Garden: : Esmond Poucher
back to LANDEN Owner
mapped from the operate the equipment HAROLD ,
disaster. in the field. Maxine Singletary: and Bruce
Hayward I Lodge No. 45, F. & A. M honored That so much could be acoom The machines in use here are i Ward medals; and Jimmy Ray

Past' Masters on Saturday evening. November 14, pushed within a 60 day period Is hand built models and will be returned
1964, beginning with a covered dish and fifth. cup a tribute to the faith local pea to the factory at Coldwst-
per Approximately two hundred people attended. ple have In the community and er following the conference here
The Program : Introductory Remarks by Rev to the spirit of cooperation that Service personnel from the factory -

Charles A, Griffin Jr. 2. Devotional! with events enabled construction workers to and branches are here to operate FIRST FEDERALSaving
leading up to and including the founding of FreeMasonry accomplish so much in such a and maintain the equipment -

by Charles W. Clayton 3. Salute to the short period of.time.. .
Bowlzer placed the total personnel -
Flag. 4, Special Music. 5. Introduction of Living I I ) In Live Oak from the home
Past Master. 6. Address of Welcome by MarvinA. No.2 office at approximately 40. And Loan Association Of Live Oak

O'Hara. 7. Address Order of DeMolay by aa Florida and the entire flue- .

Joseph J. English.: 8. Lodge History. by Ferris D. cured Under belt.the No. 4conatructlon.On
Meeks. 9. The Hanging of Pictures: : Master of Quota program acreage the _
allotments are set at levels site is
Ceremonies Charles A. Griffin, Jr., assisted by Farris designed! to maintain supply In large storage tank with a caps- Announces The Opening Of
D. Meeks; Pictures! of lion. Stafford Caldwell line with demand. Supplies of city of 60.000 gallons. :
Past Grand Master of Masons in Florida dedicatedthis flue cured tobacco have reachedan
lodge building for the cause of Free Masonry on all-time high of 3.743.000.000

October 10, 1952; lion. Cleveland R. Home, Past pounds, about three times expected THE AREA'S FIRST
Grand Master of Masons In Florida, laid the Corner domestic use and exports. Stabilization

Stone of this lodge building on December 27 1951 ; officials place the de-

and lion Perry It. Marsh, Grand Master of Masonsin stable domestic supply use and at exports.about 2'i times

Florida at the dedication of our lodge building Efforts by FloridaGeorgiagrowers

and with the first District: Meeting In the lodge on to have the type grown in
k October 10, 1952) were hung by Rev I'aul W. Nobles these states removed from proposed Christmas Savings ClubYou
of Lake City Past District I Deputy Grand Master of acreage cuts were turned

Masonry of the Seventh Masonic District of Floridain down by Department of Agriculture -
1952. officials. Secretary of Agriculture r

Past Masters: !tev. Benjamin D. Harrell by Ilev. Orville Freeman has announced .

W. H. Gray ; Simeon A, J. Home by Mrs.\ Laura Dill quotas will requirea are invited to join. This is a unique club in as much as:
reduction In acreage of IP 5
Home Hearn; Daniel T. O'Hara by Mr. Juanita which means the allotmentnow
Bland O'Hara ; George Dempsey by Kev. Paul W. In effect will be cut an'aver iiJ 1. It never holds a meeting.

Nobles, ; John C. Crawley by Mrs. Valerie Crawley age of near 20 per cent The
2. members do
Mwks: I). Wilson Clayton by Charles W. Clayton ; Chairman Holmes urged all not wear funny hate

Lacy Allbritton by Mrs Hessie Allbritton Landen; Hue-cured growers In this county 3. The club has no officers
Henry M. Fulford, by Kev. Charles Ernest Fulford of to vote on this Important question Oar claim service

Ocala ; Joshua K. Collier by Edward W. Collier; next Tuesday, . peaks rar Itself 4. Anyone may join.

Walter W. Harrell by Homer Klght. Worshipful When yu buy>> earInjuraace 5. There are no speeches.
Master' ; Walter W. Hassctt' by Louie W. Itassett of No. :1Contini speck
Jacksonville; W. !Reginald Harrell, Rr, by Homer here for the last three State Farm's claim 6. The members get their dues back at the end of the year In the form

Kight W. M. ; Perry II. Cannon bv Mrs. Daisy IeCarrawnv days of next week will be person' service network cl of a Christmas Club check just before the holiday season.
\ I). net of the branches at North
Cannon; Marvin A. O'Harn by Farris Sandwich Ill. lull time men -
Meeks; Farris I). Meeks by Marvin A. O'Hara ; J. Minn. Columbus Ohio Minneapolis and Waterloo. wcrld's largest And Club members may make weekly payments ranging from 50c to $10.

Edgar: Hardee by Mrs. lassie Hardee; Jose, II. Ontario. Canada. heck State ". .'* These payments should be made every week, and just prior to next

Howell by Mrs. Jesse II. Howell ; Charles A. Griffin Selection of Live Oak as a site law rate Per careful Christmas you will receive our check for the amount you have saved
Jr.. bv Mrs Lois Fitch Griffin; Oma N. Meeks by for the conference briar some 13 "rlyenlow and your Christmas worries will be over.
Homer Klght W.M.\ ; J. Kosco Harper by Mrs.\ Mae months ago floe her said I'/I
that one out of twomay
1 Hardee Harper: !Kev. Paul W. Nobles by Dob Noblesof week, when the company sated
takeCity: Ira Right by Mrs.\ Orena Leggett George McMath. Moultrie, Cls. save Impor FEDERAL
Klght; Alton K. Wllllnmi by Homer Right W.M.\ ; dealer, to recommend a good taut dollar to( )

I K.Gordon Powell C. Harrell Jr., by Homer by Homer Right Right W.M.W.M.? Mr.; William Powellwas and farming good site crops.with McMath good sutiete weather- Call tar. war....I.e b.s c..r. iJD Savings & Loan Association of Live Oak

auwsnnee County A check of ar-- Mrrai4 .aw 31S Fast 1I..a14 street P. O. Dux Ut e;
out of the room at this time. records In the United States Department LIVE OAK. FLORIDA.
I Remarks of deep appreciation and Benediction of Agriculture led to RICH CAFELL .+.. '.... TILErilONE: 3d:-3423
< by Charles. A. Griffin Jr. surprise that this& county produced State Farm Agent 11\ !HEM EJut
"n as much corn as It doea. rlil_ 311.1111 Federal Um. loan Hank R..e... *>.*.at S .ln.i A Lees ln..raM>. C.r>wsU..
i FARRIS D. MEEKS, Secretary Two men' were sent into the SERVING THE 1IEABT Of Tilt SUWANNEE RIVER VALLEY -
and County Agent Paul '
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Branford Personals .1

Mrs. Robert Fletcher and Mn. The Rev Allen Price who has
Leon Hatch were business visitorsin been .a patient in the Veterans
SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT Gainesville Friday" Ii'
\! MM. Fred Jones and Mrs. L. A. Hospital In Lake City spent the "I'

days Sims Crtbbs visit left with and Thursday family Mr. and. for In Mrs.Miami.aeveral Allen week., returning end to undergo at home Monday further with to his the treatment family hospital - i;

this week.
Mr and Mrs. Charles WilliamsJr.
and son were business visitorsIn Mr, and Mrs. Louis Smith and y
ESTABLISHED ISM LIVE OAK FLORIDA, THURSDAY DECEMBER 10, 1964 VOL. 80, NO. 30 Gainesville Saturday. afternoon three sons were recent visitors In
and were guests of C. D. the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. O.
--------------- -- -- supper
Williams In Newberry Saturday. Pitch enroute from St. Petersburgto
Home Bttrnetl Sunday night. Atlanta. Oa.
News From Branford 1;

: ,.. r'.r\1'- ',\.. J ".. 1'iiircll Will HeuilClir Story Hour Planned J

BYt MRS. LOIS WILLIAMS '. / !'lma Coiuiuittw At llranfonl Satunlay
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------- 'i .... The Branford community A story hour will be held Saturday '.
: Christmas committeemet \
morning, December 13. at
Smith SpeaksAt Branford N TA Will Branford Girl ) last Tuesday night to make 10:00 ajn. at the Branford ..
Hold Meeting TonightThe ... plans for the coming Christmas I Branch of the Suwannee River
Branford Parent-Teachers 't ):.. program, A. L. Purcell was elected Regional Library. All children are
Area Men'sClub Association will meet Thursday Cagers Even In chairman of the committee. 'urged to be present.
A joint program Is being plan . 1
night December 10. at 7.30: p.m. ...1
ned with all churches and inter.dated *
Meeting In the school cafeteria. A Christmas Two ContestsThe 1- organizations taking part, (:J.rlpotnUl4! Party \
program Is planned and will The annual! Christmas for
The date of this program will be party :
The Branford Area Men's Club be put on by the school students. Branford girls basketball
announced In next week's paper. the Fldelts and Oolden Circle
met In regular session December Everyone Is urged to attend this team evened Its record at one Santa Claus will visit Branford Sunday. School ClaMe of the
7. Quest speaker for the evening loss and win night .
meeting. one Saturday
First will be held
and give bags of fruit and candyto Baptist _
Howard Smith assistant associate . .
was by defeating Ft. White 38-31
the children Boy Scouts will Monday night. December 14. at
county: agent for 8uwannee Funeral ServicesFor Friday" night the girls droppedthe make door to door canvases December the home of Miss Joann Dempsey
County, who spoke on the I
opener to Chlefland 40-20. In
13. and December 1, to Iin Branford
anti-poverty progrsm recently the Friday" night affair the
lather t'lothhtor needy familiesm All members are Invited to at-
passed by Congress. Mrs. Thomas made many expected first game the Is tend.
I community Everyone
Smith explained ell phases of mistakes against a band of opportunists -I II urged to have wearable clothing .
the program some of which Included from Chlefland. Kay
provisions for loans and Held \ Cannon and Orlffen scored ready llriuiford Meetings' To
MondayFuneral Mary :
Above ls shown the ruins ef the elory home *f )lr. and Prizes will be awarded for the
grants for community develop 23 and 13 points respectively for Clone
: Night
Mrs. J. D. Clark located one and one.halt mile MMtheait ef Dow- best decorated home and store Sunday
ment loans to farmers and a services for Mr*. liar- the "Squaws", while Charlotte I
front First of ten dollars A series of meetings that began
youth vocational program. He rlet Ann Thomas 7. who passedaway Fletcher and Betty Lee had 14 ting Park The home and all Us eonlenU burned Sunday morningareand priM
December 6 at the of
and second prise of five dollars Assembly
told how' some of these programscould Saturday were held Mondayat and 8 points each for the Bran- 1.09.:
will be given In each categoryHomes Clod Church In Branford conducted
benefit the people In the a:00 pjn. at Mt. Nebo Baptist ford
be the Rev. Michael II.
and store fronts will by
Suwannee River Valley Area. He Church. Burial followed In the Karen Roberts. Peggy Ware and
proved to be a differ- Woman'. Club Will
Judged on Christmas Eve. Lord will close Sunday night at
further explained that this was a Townsend CemeteryShe ent story, the girls managed a Janet Howell. The girls played an I
will 7.30 Meetings held each
The committee meet<< againon : pm. are
new program and many of the Is survived by her husband two point lead In the first quarter excellent defensive game led by ;Mrrt I)crrm her 16 Tuesday night. December<< IS night at 7:50: p.m.
particulars were yet to be workedout. L. R. Thomas: five daughters and were never headed. CharlotteFJetehel' : Peggy Ware Karen Roberta and .
Is to Them of the meetings to"What
The Brtnford Wotnan'a Club Anyone Interested
Mrs. J. C. Cain of Gainesville, was again the leader In Carol Phillips
A Communist America
will have Its regular monthlymeeting attendWunh
President Leon D. Hatch presented Mrs. C. D. Halley of Tallahassee.Mrs. points followed by Karen Collins, Many Interested youngsterswere 0 0 Would Be LikeIliouglit ".
the Branford Area Men's Carroll Hall of Branford. put Into action when the afternoon .
December 14. 3:30 In the
Club yearbook, which was prepared Mrs Fred Hoppe of Philadelphia and Ronnie Parrlah of Otark. vela began to gel Into foul trou at : pm JrwclryItefore '
by Graham Owen and Pa. and Mrs. Pat Fletcher of Ar- Ala: and 18 grandchildren and ble. Sixteen players were used In club building Miss ncrnlce Bliul- << you coat gold "junk" For Today
printed by Ward Fertiliser Com lington. Va.: four eons Lellon. 8 greatgrandchildren.Daniels the ;same to chalk up their first er, home drmonntratlnn agent for Jewelry. with colorless nail polish A thought for the day The
pan,. He also expressed his appreciation Lloyd, and Ray Thomu of Bell Funeral Home of Branford victory In two games. 8u.'anm*'> County will be the to prevent Its discoloring your Greek orator Damosthenea, said:
to Florida Power Cor and Lewis Thomas of Moultrie. had charge of arrangements. The girls' will be seeking their guest speaker skin wash the jewelry In soap "To remind a man of good turns
poration. Willie Thomas and to Oa; a sister Estelle Thomas of Pallbearers were S. C. Hall O. scond and third wins against All members are urged to be suds and water. This will remove you have done him U very much
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the Men's Club for getting up the W and C. L. Parrlsh of Branford, Wallace Townsend, T. O. Thomas Mayo this week, and then will A Christmas program will be polish from adhering to the met .
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Award .Winner Junior Boys I
Chiffland, Fort White Defeated I Senior Boy Award Winner I Graveside Rites

Branford Buccaneers Win Two Cage Held Sunday For i

Games; Team Starts To Jell I! Andrew FosterAndrew

Branford's Buccaneers with four starting callers Francis Foster, 67, resident -
fresh off the gridiron showed unusual finesse in rolling of East Orange N. J, and

up two weekend surprises. Coach W L. Jamerson made World Wad I veteran died December -

the transition from eleven to five and the result was a fine 2 at the VA hospital at
Orange N. J. following a
effort from a young but seasoned ball club. t East lengthy Illness. .

Friday the BUM traveled to I I Graveside services were held at I
Chlefland and surprised the Indian press In the last period and the the Dowling Park Home and Orphanage 1
with a quick attack which Bucs toyed with them, missed Sunday afternoon at
saw Branford leading 22-8 at the four easy. shots and saw the In. 00 with Interment In the
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1 cemetery at the Home. The Rev Winners of Junior boy 4-II club awards Saturday night Ire
FUseU and DUI Terry led the first the last few seconds Melvin pastor of the local left to Charles
.. Nelson They are seated, right FloxJ
.rte above.
quarter rout with 10 and eight Bill Terry, a transfer from Tennessee Christian Church, assisted pictured
points respectively.In was outstanding In the Shewn above are senior toy winners In .-11 slab contests In Advent by the Rev. Pomeroy Carter Gary Goff. Jimmy Parker, Sonny Jones. Walton Weaver Bart
the second quarter Chief- : Orange and Blue togs from hU Edwards, Paul Hall and Mike Dnnn; standing, left te right, F.ddlrn"'n
this county. They ares first row left to rlcht. Mike Mclnnls, Richard officiated at the funeral service.
land made an effort to cut the forward spot where he canned 22 two sons, David Dees, Jerry Goff. Scott Chlnoweth Charles Spar
Cooper. Menrta Libby, Goran Knight and Jimmy Bv IIIIIhou Survivors >Include
lead and did M with a 10 point ponts. Johnny Flssell looked,as If and Rich Thelton Goff Jerry Klnard, Danny Edwards. Steve Griffith
John F. Foster, Starke. row
back row. left to right A.brer Ooff. John Haas, Klab Enbanki.Glenn
effort by Dennis Zeleenlk, but he had hit mldseason form In the Ward and Esmond
Dowllng Park: i 5 Johnny Copeland. Greg Ketch Brace Pourhcr.
ard L. Foster
Christopher and BUI Cannon. I Photo by Dan Slaintr) L
Hue backcourt ace, Andy Cheney, first half, both In scoring and off slater, Miss Alice roster. N. Cambridge. (Photo by Dan Stamen.
f>egan pumping and at the halt the boards. Andy Cheney at the William
N. J. and brother. -
the Branford team was In con- guard position was very effective year, looked ragged In the first i game since he didn't make the ; a
trol 38-28. This momentum car- with his play making, shooting half Saturday night but still bunt I| trip to Chlefland Is a defensive Foster Foxboro N. J.;:
up a 10 point lead which they wizard. Jerry, another allconference one grandchild.
ried over in the third quarter and and especially his ball handlingon
with both teams using balanced the fast break. padded for a 77-83 win! over the. footballer carried his po'A'ffI I Serving as pallbearers were Your watch was
Robert W, Perry, Harold S.
Fort White five. from the gridiron to the hard-
scoring tq bring the game to Its Coach Jamerson la quoted assaying
closest score 49-41. that Cheney has the most Fort White was deadly at the wood with ease. Big things are ,I Robert Cannon. John Cannon -
., In the fourth quarter Branford polish and promise of any freshman foul line during the first half hitting expected of Jerry en defense and Harold Duckworth. of destined to be wrong.
broke loose. Johnny Flssell controlled he had ever coached. Kim 12 of IS to keep them In con- : "He might as well get UM to Suwannee Funeral Home
tenUon. Forward Bill Terry decided guarding the opponents' high Live Oak was In charge of ar-
the tip and the Buccaneers Miller, Cheney's running mate at
to take care of the scoring scorer" Coach Jamerson aaid rangements. of this.OMfMMWM
were off and running, with guard an aU-conference quarterback . Because .
Guard Andy Cheney quarterbacking In football, who still wanted while the other Dues warmed up The Buts who lost the top six @
the team as the Bucs added to tuck the ball under his arm and rifled 17 points In the first men from last year's fine team Life Savings Awards
half and then dominated the may surprise a lot of fans before I
12 points to only three for the and '0, did a commendable Job -
Indians and the score read 8144.. with his floor game, but had boards In the second half, Terry this season Is over. Are Presented Here .MIMC. .....-...
With Bill Terry making baskets' trouble finding the range He pulled down a total of 18 rebounds Terry. Millet; and Scarboroughare Junior life savings certificateswere fc stud aid to. ell wM. Mlf-wtnd.
along with Flssell. "Gator" Chen.' should be extremely tough as the for the night. Center Juniors. Flssell a sophomore, presented to local youngsterswho .**decide Mtdwt. It illICIt
e and Ouard Kim Miller, the season progresses. Johnny Flsnell came to life In the and Cheney Is a freshman. These earned the awards during M*. .III tM AcoitfM rnowmtntAccutron'is
Dues sat back and relaxed. The Branford. playing before a third quarter; the Fort White players are backed up by Seniors the summer recreation program
Indians went Into a full court home crowd for the first time this defense boxed him In and held Wayne Smith Marvin Humphries. here. The program was sponsored
: him to no rebounds and only five and Junior Danny Johnston who jointly by the American Red not
points In the first half. Is progressing fast and should beready Cross and the Live Oak-Suwan-
Complete SWIFT HeadquartersFEED The second half was a differ for heavy action by tourney nee County Recreation Depart- "
ent story as the defense shifted te time. ment. Because of this.

FERTILIZER NITROGEN Terry, Andy Cheney and Kim There are four boys who have The presentation was made at
Miller began to feed Flsnell who not been declared eligible as of an assembly program at Suwannee i
CUSTOM GRINDINGAT pumped 17 points and grabbed this date. Hush School last week.
THE: STORE OR AT TOUR DOOR 12 rebounds. "Gator" Cheney, This week the Bucs travel to Bob Pesvy awarded the certlfi AeevtrM fanlnf tat kttptvktMliy
while getting many ajt assist White Springs on Tuesdsy and rates to Hugo Sotolongo. Doug Hftoct tin *...
with Miller, supplied help return for a home .ton**iHtk Uw gust nwMitttt.
along game with rival Townsend, Tom Cheek, Mark ..
// In scoring to Terry In the first Mayo on Friday night. Dec. IS, Orsnberg. Miles Peaden, Lawanna II Mdiracy tvtr|i"
8 V half and Flssell the final half. the flues meet the Bell Bulldogs Glass, and Robert Heath.
Flssell and Terry wound up with on the road.Branford Pesvy stated these awards were the timeto
22 point seach In the scoring and' scoring at__ Chlefiind.! not easily won. Hope was expressed It's worth
were followed closely by Cheney Fa FT TP that accomplishments of

COMPLETE TOBACCO BED SUPPLIES who had 21 points. 1'111 S 4.1 ZO this group would serve as an incentive look
Muter hit real well In the clutch Terry I 8.8 22ilaatphrks to others to participate I In you to
With New Product Vapam for the Bucs getting In double I 0.0 2 the program next summer when
Only $4.45 Per 100 Sq. Yds. figures with 10 points and did an Cheney 7 I-t itMltler the project Is resumed

COMPUTE: FARM SHOPPING HEADQUARTERS IN IJVK OAK excellent Job on defense. Jerry I !-. 4 Also present for the eerernon into it.
Scarborough playing his first Smith I ,-, 2 were A. P. Nott vice chaIrman
Joln.ten 1 /-, of the Suwannee County Red S
Total n 1t.I' III Cross Chapter and Roy L. Sulll
Branford scoring against Fort van. recently named director or I
ONE-WEEK SALE White: the local Recreation Center
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Live Oak today (Thursday) and you M* tile Span ,.relent..
1957 MERCURY math I 1-' Friday December 10 and 11 under Wlttf,,***, de&
. $250 Joheaten S ,-, ...
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1960 FORD E T..I II 11.11 77 Junior Chamber of commerce
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1957 DODGE . : $335 Ihiy )tight, Color Included Library. In the exhibit are tOO LIVE OAK JEWELRY CO.

Never buy a dress unless you books which are termed by the (Next Door Te The First National Bank)
1956 BUICK . . . $195 I see It on you In a good light. Just sponsors as the best books available .
a slight mistake In what you for children from p -lChool to.._..I t. woe *Ay CM-MI ..*.. t mtm... pen AinUiWt '
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The Asalea Circle .f the Live Lucille Jenkins has returned -
Oak Garden CUb Ine. will be home after spending several -
hostess for the Garden Cl.b weeks In Tallahassee wither 1
Christmas Tea to be held at tileG..en son-in-law and daughter. Mr.
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Center Friday December and Mrs. John McOulrk and In-

six o'clock.eleventh, from leer .ntil trant daughter..Deborah. Lynn:

CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor Club members may invite a
guest.Mrs. Christmas Party For stARRED
. Sunday School Classes 0" the GIFT CIRCUIT

Mrs. White Guest I I Engaged Pair' Given Auten PresidesAt TALLAHASSEE Traditionally -

Speaker At dub Party In MadisonMrs. WII&.)I MeetingThe Christmas is a time for

The Woman1 Club of Live Oak Alice Williams Miss Bell general meeting of the sweets and confections. GENERAL ELECTRIC GiEb at Keep
met Friday at the clubhouse fore Williams, and Francis Williams WH&PM Society of the Advent Home economists with the
their regular luncheon and busl- entertained Friday evening. December Christian Church met Sunday Florida Agricultural Extension On GiVIng
! ru meeting with Mrs. V. J. fourth, at the Madison: evening- after church services Service suggest that you make
n Smuts presiding. Country Club in honor of Miss with Mrs. Ella Auten president your Christmas confections nu-
Mrs. II. B. Wooley gave the devotional Marion Leonard and Wyman Harvard presiding. UlUous as well as tall)'. And they ULTRA COLOR TELEVISION
Ip and Invocation. Jr...engaged couple. Mrs Harry Kunert gave the offer some Ideas along this line -
r The building committee chairman The serving table was laid witha opening prayer. Uncooked dried fruits served
h Mr. NleU Brorsen announced white linen cutwork cloth centered The secretary Mrs. Stewart either plain or stuffed, make a
r. that the preliminary with a large arrangement of Nobles, read the minutes of the delicious treat. Rich In natural
plans for a new club house have white mums flanked by burning previous meeting and Mrs. Loy sugar, they will please the sweet
been made. Members were reminded tapers In silver candelabra At Poole gave the treasurer's report. tooth and provide minerals and
of the spring sewing con- one end of the table was the Plans were discussed for the vitamins the same time.
test. It was also announced that punch bowl and the other a silver Southern Regional Retreat to be Serve raisins plain or spicedfor -
the next meeting would be on the service. I held at Dowllng Park on December a healthful snack. Figs also
second Friday In January, which Sixty guests enjoyed the affair 28-29-30. I become festive fare by clippingthe
will be January eighth. with the hosts and honorees.The I Mrs. C. M. Clayton Mrs. ,Loy stem ends from the processed
Mrs. Ralph Cox received the couple was presented with Poole and Mrs. Ella Auten were fruit and pressing the cut end
door prize. silver in their chosen pattern. appointed as a committee to fix I down. Thai forms a tiny patty
Quests Introduced were Mrs. . fruit trays for church shut-ins. with a depression in the center
W. B. Hill, dlatrtct director. Mrs. Gleaners Class Hold The church circles will meet M Into the depression press a hall
Fleming. Mrs. Segal. Mrs. Raymond follows: Mary: Brown Circle with of any kind of nut or a candled
White. Mrs. O'Donald Christina SupperThe Mrs. Loy Poole at 7.SO: pat and cherry or marshmallow
Hatch Mrs. Clayton. Mrs. C. T Gleaners Sunday School Mary Carter with Mrs. John Stuff dates and prunes with
Baisden. Mrs. Dan Harrell. and Class of the First Baptist Church 'I Schneider at S:30 pm. both on peanut butter, fondant, candled
Mrs. Harold Preston. met Monday night at 7:30: in the December 14 The Elsie Kirby fruit peel, null, marshmallowsRoll .
Mrs. Jack White, flower showJudge home of Mrs. Paul Vann on Pine Circle will meet Friday at T:30 some In shredded coconut
teacher lecturer, and demonstrator Avenue for their regular monnl, I In the Educational Building for or -In granulated or powdered
gave an interesting meeting. their Christmas banquet. sugar.
program on "Unique Christmas Christmas colors were used In Mrs. Cecil Tedder, card chairman Apricots apples, and peachescan
Design". Mrs. White used com- the living and dining rooms. and her committee will see be dressed up in a similar
mon place material handled in an A white cloth with poinsettia that cards are mailed to shut-in manner.
'I Many: dried fruits can be added
unusual way.Hosteasa design was on the dining table. church members.
to hot cereals.- Their distinctive
were Mrs. H. 8. Red and green,candles were used
Wolfe, chairman. Mrs. T. J. Ken- to accent the table.Arrangements Making Holiday; Candle) flavor adds a great deal of
non. Mrs. Ralph Cox Mrs. Troy I of polnsettlas interest- to any breakfast.Use .
TALLAHASSEE! Make your dried fruits In cakes,
Dunn. Mrs. C. W. Vice Jr.. Mrs. and a manger scene placed .t pies
candlesWith .
W. M. Jernlgan. Mrs. S. T. Boze- own and cookies too.
points of interest. Present were a few simple materials .
man Mra.: W. W. Townsend. Mrs. placed under a silver Christmastree
Harry DuPre. Mrs. Clyde Demp- and exchanged before the you any can size make and shape candles, horn in almost economists hiss Sliuler Honored! tt+ '
sey. Mrs. J. M. Price, and Mrs. close of the meeting
with the Florida Agricultural With A LuncheonA
Mamie Pournelle.IF .
Each member was given a
Extension Service, say. luncheon was given In honorof
Christmas corsage as they arriv-
For candle-making you will Miss Bernice Bhuler' on December -
ed.A peed paraffin wax. Don't let the third at the New. Harmony
covered dish supper of turkey wax get too hot In melting It, for homemakers Extension, Club c, ..
AN EVENNUMBEREDYEAR and dressing with other holidayfoods it will catch fire if It becomes too The club house was beautifully
served to the 14 members I,
hot. Use a pan or can with tall decorated. in a Christmas motif
RENEW YOUR present. sides, or use a double boiler for After a short business meeting
Mrs. H. J. Evans gave the devotional.
DRIVERS LICENSE even more safety. games were played and gifts exchanged -
Use an egg beater If you want ,
IN YOUR BIRTH MONTH A short business meeting was to fashion frosted candles. Use
conducted by the class president. forks to apply the whipped wax and plastic refrigerator- molds
Reece BrownCounty Mrs Hsydcn Smith. "frosting", will also do the trick. But remember
The meeting was closed with all To make holes for the wick any tiny creases- dentsor
Judge repeating the class. prayer use an Ice pick or skewer.. For rough edge make It Impossibleto
your smaller candles old wicks or remove- !the candle from the
(Offit Supplies at McCrlmoiTD small birthday candles ..H1 do.
mold.What RANGE
Make new wicking\ by soaking should you UM for candle
cotton tying cords overnight in a coloring Melted crayolss are

PUBLIC AUCTIONNext borax Round water quart solution.Ice cream containers best Half an inch of a standard ., a ty Wear Em

or square milk cartons alas red Crayola will color a quart
make excellent forms for your candle brilliant Christmas red.
Farm Auction Sale candles. Tin cans of various slue Your local home demonstrationagent
Equipment : :
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pouring of grief following the 132-foot-hlgh statue cf Admiral I
Album It Part Florida Top AU World Lemlert
Economy assassination on November 22, Horatio Nelson in the heart of
In All Parts 1983. there was an abortive move town and replace it with one of:
Song, Garden Birds In North Indicates Bright Kennedy Memorials In Dublin to take down a historic the slain American President.Diamond. .

America Subject For New Book Future AheadFlorida's Of World Honor Late President c.. -

Washington A bright flashing world of beauty Washington In the year since President John F.
economy strengthened -
and Bound comes to life in the National Geograhpic So- as 1984 progressed and is windIng Kennedy's death, peoples throughout the world have given ao
ciety's new book, Song and Garden Birds of North Amer- up the year on a firm note his name to countless memorials and landmarks.The .
ica. which portends good business well impact on gazetteers was immediate, the National J
Its 400 colorful pages and an album of bird-song recordings into 1983, the Florida State Geographic Society says. No other world leader has Jf ,
327 species of Chamber of Commerce stated in been so widely commemorated In OF
: portray i Board of Trustees, served as chief its Weekly Business President Kenned
American bird In their natural Review released geographical terms.A I I
author and consultant.In Public squares were renamed
recently traveler from Kennedy -
can fly
habltati. Some WO photographs I I
mostly In color, and palntlgs Illustrate announcing publication of "Most measures of Florida's (the New York international for Mr. Kennedy In Saigon, Algiers -
the volume. the book &0'the national Geographic economy available, through. October airport) to Kennedy (the new West Berlin Rome, and
The bird-song album la an integral Society's four million Indicate that the good far 2Y mlle-mlle-hlgh airport at La LlmoaanoltaJ".
part of the book. Six long- member-femilles, Dr. Melville out-weighs the bad. Paz, Bolivia). Bay City, Alaska, In Denmark an internationalhome
playing dlaca reproduce the calls Bell Orosvenor, President and "Measured by bank debits,I renamed itself Kennedy as did a and research center for e
of 70 blrda that were recorded on Editor of the Society salV: "All business has averaged 9 per cent fishing village in Spain. handicapped children was plan-
location across the continent. The of W. I believe, want to know above 1983, with recent monthsas Kennedy expressways take motorists ned as the national memorial. Watches
records are pressed in clear plastic more about the colorful, chatty high as li per cent over last through parts of Maryland, The London suburban town of .
with arrows marking the beginning creatures that help bring springtime year. Sales tax collections, comparable Delaware, Chicago: and Brazil. Stratford established a similar local -
of each bird's IOn,. into our lives . We wanted only since July because: Car. cross Kennedy bridges at center for children. Monrovia Rings
Song and Garden Birds of you to be able to look up a given of an extension of the law at that Louisville, Munich. Hamburg, Liberia dedicated a new medical Bracelets
North America Is the work of 14 bird quickly, to see It portrayedin Bonn and Vienna. center to the late President.
leading ornithologists. Dr Alexander authentic color, so that you family groupings all the speciesof Kennedy streets are too numerous Britain, as its national memorial Tie TacaCharms --
Wetmore, former Secretary could identify it at once and to songbirds normally found north to list in cities u remotein set aside a tract on its moat Pendants
of the Smithsonian Institution learn the story of its life." of Mexico. Water. game, and miles and spirit as Paris and hallowed soli. Runnymede where
and a member of the Soclet,'. Thirty chapters delineate by predatory birds will be presentedin the Croatian capital of Zagreb; In the Magna Charta was signed SHS Jewelry
a companion volume.To Belgrade, cosmopolitan Beirut, The British also raised a fund to
show birds in their natural and medieval Limoges in France; enable deserving students to study 4.yoloff
settings. Frederick Kent Truslow, Naples and Poggla in south-cen in Mr. Kennedy's home territory
Eliot Porter, the late Arthur A. tral Italy; Metz, Prance, ga.* at Harvard. Radcllffe, and
Allen, Allan D. Crulckahank, and the late President the supreme the Massachusetts Institute of
other veteran wildlife photographers I honor of changing its Rue Jeanne Technology.A .
often spent days, weeks, d'Arc to Rue J, F Kennedy Kennedy chair war established -
THEATRE even months to get one outstand Sicily, an island with a fiercely at the Bar-nan UniversityIn ,..
I log picture. passionate could went all out Israel. Funds for chairs, scholarships P0to
OAK. Song and Garden Birds begins by assigning the Kennedy name IJ
Adults ate Children See Tax Included or awards have been set w 40'
I with the chapter, "The Way of to four streets, two and IJ,. :
BOX OFFICE SUMMER SCHEDULE squares up in Thailand, New Zealand, and .... "Ie..C'celater 015WReb
Saturday Opens II|45-Movie 1:0: 'I'a Bird", in which Dr. Wetmore 20 scholarships. Yemen gave his Spain. In Brazil, student centerson 4
I _Sunday Throat Friday Opens l:46Mevte SM explains Just what a bird is name to Its greatest pride a many college campuses were / Ch"Orno
feathers to song to flight. new multimillion-dollar water C
renamed for Mr Kennedy.
I WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER I In another chapter he gives prac- system. Seven hundred poor Youngsters attend Kennedy Jselp,, oodles cb
BRIDGE ON THE RIVER KWIA tical advice on how to attract families in Venezuela: were resettled schools in Mexico City Caracas 80=ej C 4D"y I
birds to back yards and garden. Caracas In
I CARTOON I near a pleasantnew Rome Jalbon in the Dominican
; Succeeding chapters of the housing development El Republic, Dieburg In West Germany .
TlnIR"DA Y.FRIDA Y, HECFMBFR 1>-II 'book add fascinating details and and the manufacturingtown i'Ja4 "r ser'bPfcaj ,
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VINCENT RICE ancedoes covering whole rangeof time, stand 12 per cent over 1903.Oaaoline of SabadeU In Spain. Libraries 311, t
EDGAR ALLEN rOE'H bird habits courtship, nesting sales are up 6 per cent have been or will be established IIe.FREE .
\ MASQUE OF THE RED DEATH I feeding, territorial defense, "Personal Income of Floridians in Boston Addis Aba-
CARTOON and the is running at an annual rate of da, and Los Angeles.
will learn, tor instance,
9 per cent more than in 1993. National concert: halls in President -
SATURDAY DECEMBER IS that; contrary: to popular saying,
"Employment in non-farm es- Kennedy's honor are planned , ENGRAVING
SON OF CAPTAIN BLOODFeature birds are prodigious eaters. Kingfishers tablishments a good themometer in Washington D. C. and
I eat twice their weightin On Purchase
No. t may of economic health. The level Dublin. Memorial forests will be AGE 10
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GLENN FORD NANCY KWAN field guides to birds are standard some concern are some phases of Inhabitants of Quemu' Quemu', OGDEN JEWELERSHoward
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ulldogs Piled Up 205 Points Players Left On

n 1961 Ten-Game ScheduleThe Bulldog Roster

Suwannee Bulldogs, finishing their 1964 foot- 'J, N4e' .
with 6-4 I Of the 24 players seeing action
schedule a led their opposition in on the 1964 Suwannce High

y category except passing. They gained 679 moreIs I School amity! football squad,
on the gorund as they piled up 2091 to 1422 for their there will be only eight to return
ments; 107 to 102 first downs. ; and scored 205 points I. next year Flt numbers of the
mpared to 127 The Bulldogs team are seniors<< and RandallBox
Id muster only 420 yards thruI I Quarterback Malcolm Brady I a Junor plants to enter
air and were outgalned only I threw most of the passes for the : school at Beaumont, Tex after
I yards by th foe as 599 yards Bulldogs this year, tossing 61.completing Christmas and play ball his senior
j.recorded against them In the year there
22. and having five .
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account for 340
aUbacU Johnny Hurst and yards and five touchdowns. His back Chip Harris. End J. W. Winners In 4-11 fink contents for junior girls were seated, left
[dall Box were the leading receivers were as follows: : Stamper and Tackle-Guard to right Marianne Neil Becav Edwards Jenny ROM, Marlene Born-
[ / gainers this year as theylunted Caught Yda. TD Grasped above are winner la sealer girl 4>ll work daring the Wayne Cheney; sophomores: ham, Deborah Carver and Iris llarrell; standing kit to right
for 1550 yards. Below McCnllera IS 149 j past year. They ant Mated, left U right Eunice AUl rlUon. Nan. Quarterback Rod Bovdoln. End Helen Mss Barbara Lord Kilty Connell. Sandra Abereromble. JaneMoore.
I run down on the ground at- Hunt 7 108 1 ache Greene Laura Themes Kttay CaneD and Elaine Holmes Corky DI pb.m. and Tacklo- \d Debbie Byrd Cindy Sheppard Donlta Alferd. Kay Walker
for the season: Bo* I'S 1 I standing, left to right Phyllis Hewlaad. Beverly Vaaa. Ma&lneSlngletary. Wilbur Rye; and juniors; PuU-
back James Daniels and Guard Debbie OUmore, Joyce Hayes and Glenda Crews <(fhote< ay Dan
Tries Yds. A*. TD Bispharo I 1J 0 Rita Laaden. Marilyn Saaadera, Charlene" Suggs. Linda Mike Edwards, to compose the Stainer)
-137 IU. 8.' 8 Hurst punted 19 times for an Ward Cathy Hall and Glenda II.... (Photo by Daft Btalner) major strength of live Oak's future
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average of 34 yards and Box kick. football element.
IIS 7ZS .7.14 II ed five for a 30 yard average. Senior members of the team Sanrulaor'I Ninil StnrkfMlt NVw loml I._* A..I.
J7 151 .011 Stford Each of them
dy had one blocked.
17 11 5.t4 0 Suwannee High won their first 1945 Suwannee High GraduatingClass are: Quarterback Malcolm Brady: The basis soil and water con shows fields fences, and roads
Halfbacks David Rogers. George
4 37 2.252 five serration plan for Stanley Saun has been prepared This photo
games beating
-- Hold 20-Year Reunion Langford. and Johnny Runt; ders on his 310 acre farm west of shows the acreage in each field.
Fullback Len Williamson; Centers Live Oak was revised this meek Such plans are a.atlabwith\ *
Coy Hale and Dwight Stansel, and brought up to date. IncludedIn out charge and may be requested
Complete Plumbing & Electrical Supplies Members of the graduatingclass Guards John Binkley Wally Allen the revision was the stockingof thru J. Dan Roaa. T .J, Fletcher8r
457. Madison ..-14. Macclenny of 1845 at Suwannee High and Richard daklns: Tackles an existing pond and the dig J. Wjrlton Oaston... B. Rob-
School held class
reunion here
Including Fixtures: 347. Quincy 376. and St. Au- the a Bernie Weaver Donald Rob- gins and stocking of an addi eraon. and Elmer Owens super
Pipe Cutting and Threading; gustlne 14-0 They suffered three during with Mrs Thanksgiving Paula Burkett weekend tnaon. and Wayne Otll.; and EndsDale tional pond. visors of the Suwannee River 8011
consecutive losses to Ferry 13-7 McCullers and Danny Kldd of District John
Part of the plan consists a Conservation or
Up to 2 in. Jackson of Munroe. N. C. and . .
Starke 28-3. and Palatka 21-'. oil survey showing various soil Hampton and Russell Parsons, to-
Mrs Doris Beaucham Allen of
TOOL RENTAL before posting their final win over types and the capabilities of each cal technicians with the conservation
Live Oak. In charge of
Chrifttma, Tree
FVrnandlna by the narrow margin An aerial photograph which district.
The affair was held at the
of one point 2019. Lake City Live Oak Elks Club Rcc Center Sat unlay
Langford Builders ended the season for the Bulldogs
Supply Two of the four class sponsors, A student Christmas Use dance
with a convincing 14-0 victory be-
Mrs Virginia Perry Alford and will be held at the SuwanneeCountyLive TOBACCO PLANTS
fore a record crowd and the 19846uvanrtee
nervetutea St. 8.& I Mrs labell Thompson Jones Oak Recreation
..J'boae sn.uu High football season to Place your order now for strong healthy tobacco
were present for the event Mr. Center Saturday night December
now history. plants on new soil from certified seed by a
and Mrs. C V. Schoppe other 12. starting at 7:30: p m. and end grown
class sponsors, sent their regrets Ins at II:30 pm grower with many years of experience In growing
Present for the event were Jim Students In the seventh grade plants.
my and Doria Allen Nellie June and higher may. attend the at* CALL OR WRITS: TOHARRELL'S

DUNLOP TIRE SALE Austin Townsend. Harold Land fair, GROCERYSouth
and wife, Gertrude. Betty Robin Admission will be a ChrUUnaa
son Sapp and husband. Harold tree light bulb an ornament box Ohio Avenue Phone No. 3821676
Thomas Ross and wife, Marie, of tinsel or other tree decoration LIVE OAK, FLORIDA
Reginald Scott and wife. JoAnn. Tho e attending are asked to AVAILABLE
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Still Behind Tortoise Last Rites For Mrs. Guild Dies Florida- Farm Buying Reached 813 Million\ .


1 Man's' Life Expectancy Has Increased Mrs. Green Held Here GAINESVOLE: Total spending ,' he added als. $59 million: other suppliesand

Suddenly by farmers for farm supplies Dr. Cake gives the following services: $236 million.

From 47.3 To 70 Years For Americans Here Tuesday Mrs Adllna K. Guild. 74. died and in Florida services last reached year$813, according million Items estimates of of Florida major farms farm expense for the that Cake further emphasized

are dependent
here suddenly December 1 while to Dr. Edwin W. Cake, economist: 1063-64 upon
Washington Man is living longer than ever but on a visit to Mrs. Mae Spencer a marketing Florida Agricultural season: fertilizer $111 the people In cities as a market
Mrs Nancy Oreen time million feed
long : for livestock and
in the longevity race he still hasn't caught up with the life long friend. Her demise followed Extension Service. for their products. In citing these
resident of this county, passed poultry: $105 million; purchase of ties that bind farm and city together.
easy-going tortoise. away Saturday at the local hospital a brief illness. Dr. Cake points out that these livestock and.. poultry $52 million: Dr. Cake observed that

Life expectancy for Americans has increased from I following a lengthy illness. Mrs. Guild was maintained a native of win Jasper expenditures were crucial to manyindustries machine hire $33 million; hired "the ties t between the people incur
N. and a in
47.3 years in 1900 to about 70 today. More and more She was a native of Hamilton ter home at Orlando. She was a and were important labor. $164 million; seeds, bulbs, cities and on the farms haw"

people reaching the County and had resided In Su- providing employment."With plants $20 million; gasoline and existed for
are centurymark. ahead-at member of the Methodist Church. of so long and are so
the unfolding newer
the crane was wannee County for the past 60 other
Union petroleum products $33 obvious that
The Soviet report they do not receive
Survivors Include her husband, the increased .
two old when acquired the farm technology, and
years years. million
and dust materi "
Including ; spray
21.708 centenarians, enough recognition.
Zoo's assistant director J. Lear Funeral services were held at Ransom M. Guild three daughters producUon needed to feed

(02 who say they are over 120. Grimmer say it must be over 60. the Live Oak Advent Christian and one son all of New State our expanding population purchases

Even a 120.ear.old U a mere A dog of 17 1s the equivalent of Church Tuesday afternoon at State, and a sister In Orlando. by farmers of industrial

whippersnapper compared to a human centenarian. Smaller 4:00: pjn. with the Her. Pomeroy The body was forwarded to products and services will con- A Thought For TodayBy
some tortoises Society, the National point out.Claims -. dogs, like fox terriers, cocker Carter assisted by the Rev. Nab Hornell. N. Y.. for burial and last tinue to increase he declared. BRODY C. HARRIS

300 spaniels dachshunds, and Pekingese son Melvin officiating at the last rites. Agriculture is increasing its purchases -,

of tortoises living win out over larger dogs.A rites. Interment was In the Live James D. Daniels Funeral Home of petroleum, machinery "We do not count a man's years, until be has nothing else to

years and more cannot be authenticated cat lived to be 21. Oak Cemetery.The was In charge of local arrangements fertilizer, fencing and certain count. . Emerson.

but one famous Marion' Among insects, mayflies last deceased was born ovem- other supplies at a'err rapid I ( Th M days, with life spans ever lengthening,
the IndianOcean .
tortoise lived on .
but a single day in the adult her 21, 1885. in Hamilton County rate due to technological changes greater care should be taken to avoid losing sight
of Mauritius from fl.
island 1 I, of the fact that the
stage. houseflies are more" dur- and had recently observed her generations have
1788 to 1018 when It was accidentally Sink in many cases, much more to offer
Rocky Lo.'ge than
of 8,500 flies I a numer
careful study 79th birthday. She
able. A was a member "
killed at the age of 152. Hayward Lodge Honors j jLo.lge'8 I l teal preponderance of birthdays.
kept in captivity on a diet of of the Advent Christian To Install Officers ,
"Jonathan", a famed tortoiseon y } Although age has historically been the hallmark '
powdered milk; sugar, and water Church. Past Masters I I 'ot' of wisdom we are living in a day where the .
the Atlantic Island of St. Helena Officers for Rocky Sink Lodge i accent:
average Survivors include her husband
showed males living sn is on youth and the
old No. 88 elected meeting Members of Lodge .v experienced judgement and .
40 at Hayward
was reputedly years 2874. were a ; "
females Live
1688 days and Jack Oreen Oak: two know-how of countless oldsters plays a gradually
when Napoleon was exiled therein : of the lodge held December 4. No. 45. at Falmouth honored I .
Longer life for females Is common daughters, Mrs. Jim Oodbold lessening role. Perhaps it is only logical that the
Still alive at the latest They will be inducted into office masters of the lodge at a ,
1815. among species ranging from anti Live Oak and Mrs. O. V, Brill past vigor and imaginative daring of youth should set

report the tortoise thus U reckoned to human beings. Cambridge Ohio: six sons, J. D. on Monday, December 28 It was ceremony held November 14. the pace for an age which, technologically at least

to be at least 189 years old. Curiously, man's life span has Oreen and Wilson Oreen, Live announced this week. Refreshments Pictures of many past masters KBOW" O OJ O-O is rushing ahead at a dizzying speed However, as

I.f Sice apparently has little to do not really lengthened much: the Oak John II. Green Lake City, will be served at the Installation were hung In the lodge room as Emerson stated we do not at least we should not count a man's,

with tortoise longevity, and thei part of the ceremony.A years until we have wisely counted the many sound and valuable assets
difference U that more people are O. W. Green,. Ft Lauderdale, Roy
I little American box turtle may normal Those chosen or appointed to full account of the meeting born of the experience of years which can be utilized to good advantage -
living out their span. Green Cocoa and Eugene Oreen this
live to be about 120. serve are: in another section of this
Once a man reaches 50 or so, his Valdosta, Os: a sister Mrs. lien- appears day.FREE
In the lower animal orders, expectancy ls little greater today ri Young Jacksonville: 32 grand Harold Sapp, worshipful master edition of the Buwannee< Demo- AMBULANCE SERVICEFor
single-celled creatures such as ; Raymond C. Cross senior
than It was 150 years about children and 15 great-grandchil crat.The
amoebae live Indefinitely because warden: Doyle M. Carmichael lodge desired that It be Suwannee County Residents
about 25 years.Scientists dren.
they reproduce by splitting in hope to Increase the Active pallbearers were Henry Junior warden; John Z. Bond, handled in this fashion and their BRODY C. HARRIS

two. Among backboned animals, about treasurer: Jack M. Cross, secretary request being honored..
span by discovering more Oodbold, Tommy Drill Larry
man seems to outlive everythingbut : William E. Dace senior .
the aging process in animals. Oran Junior Oran, Bobby
tortoises. Claims of two long- deacon Albert Iranian health faddists cake SUWANNEE FUNERAL
They know that. aging is an accumulation Oreen, and Broward Oreen. : Starling, junior HOME
lived rivals the elephant and of bodily changes Honorary pallbearers were Pete deacon t Leroy Hlngson, senior their bodies with a thick strong-

parrot have generally been that increase one's chance of Vann. Fred Carver Lavaughn stewsrd; Robert E. Smith junior smelling mud from Lake Urmia Licensed Funeral Director

disallowed. dying, but they do not understandthe Sessions, O. C. Jones Garth Nobles steward; Jerry C. Carmichael This mud 1s considered a remedyfor 625 S. Ohio Are. Phone 362-1234
One elephant lived to be B7, tiler J. D. Carmichael arthritic rheumatism and
nature of these changes and Houston Roberts. : chaplain; LIVE OAK, FLORIDA
but the average life expectancyof and Dave C. DeLoach. marshal. other ailments
why, for Instance, a canary Suwannee Funeral Home had
the to be about
species seems
which is about the same size as a charge of arrangements
45. There Is no authenticated record .
mouse and has a much higher
of a parrot living to be-more! metabolic rate, should live six or
For Sal Real
than 64. ;'tr' Estate
seven times longer. Ocean Floor I ilII4IcrScientists
A sampling of BOO recordstxe
Is A mouse Is ancient at four at Marlneland of j / app FOR SALE Three large bed-
veils that the vaunted tiger ,
not even an also-ran in the longevity while the hare the tortoise'straditional Florida have discovered the house Pjr room house bath fireplace
rival lasts only a builder of the ocean floor A N/TY front and back porches 1ft
stakes. The record for a tiger
few years longer This ls a strikingly quarter pound San dtlah will pile acres, fruit and pecan trees
II believed held by "Dacca",
who died at New York's Bronx poor showing in comparison up particles of shell against a I. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS $4500.00. Phone 961-2563.. Own.

with the .durable tortoise. rock and use this for his home.If re. Box 464 Wellborn Florida.
Zoo this year at the age of 20. .
A lion once lived to be 29; a torn down by other fish, he LITTLE ADS FOR SALE New and used It is not too early to have Personalized 32094. pdJJ 26-30

hippopotamus, to 49. Several Hondlu 'olntldtlall will immediately. .rebuild. pianos. Prier Music Co.. North Christmas Cards .-

bean have survived into their BIG RESULTS Ohio Ave. Live Oak 362.2188. made. I will sketch you your FARMS HOUSES ,

thirties Among fish carp reportedly With Heal Caro (School Supplies at MeCrunen's) cajj tf family or home for reproduction ACREAGE LOTS

swim in ponds until 00 Polnsettlas are decorative flowers BUY-SELL--EXCHANGE on your card. This is also

or 75. A durable tapeworm allegedly that adorn the interior of FOR SALE Two good Lemon a good idea tor thank you PAUL A. BYRD

lived inside a man for IS many Florida homes during the Public NoticesIN Whatever the purpose, yet will and White Pointer bird dogs. notes. Sketches made in pen Registered Real Fatale Broker

years holiday season. find Democrat classifieds At Phone 363-3419. pdJJ 26-30 and ink. Peter Richardson P.O. OFFICE: 406 8 Ohio Ave.

The oldest resident of the Na- Dut as putt as the flowers are, the Job Blekly and welL Box 133 Branford. Phone 935- Phone 362-1389

tional Zoological Park in Washington they carry a hlddoi danger to the THE CIRCUIT COURT OF nut - OUNS Browning rifles and' 2283. cub tf UVE OAK. FLORIDA

1s a white Siberian crane unwary According to Florida Agricultural THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O1PLORIDA shotguns Gun cases, hunting Bey and ten With ConrMenee
acquired on June 22. 1906. since Experiment Stations IN ANDO HUWAN. DEADLINE FOR INSERTION knives, rubber knee boots hip FARMER3
COtJNTY. cabj tf
West boots, waders. We have lots of
Botanist Emeritus Erdman TO QUIET TITLE MONEY for farm
your operations
cut WINNIB IIA".. M .I l lPl household ware at cost Mack's
stems or
when poinsettia are ..l.tlff.R. LOW RATE FOR RESULTS Sport Shop. pdJJ 37-3L at reasonable cost. Terms FOR SALE Small house on lot
USE broken, they exude a milky-white to fit your need Loans up to
r""HAT.. .. .! JV4 cents pr word with a 7 years. Can North Florida Production 75 x 100 or will move on your

sap.This sticky sap can be irritating TO DEFEND. minimum .f n.... FOR SALE Coastal Bermuda Credit Assn.S.Ohio Ave lot and take small down payment
FUCO Hay o $30 ton 1 to l0-ton ballancs per month. It
to the skin of susceptible people. IN TH NAME OrTIIR (AU cUMlfluls mast be paid per Live Oak Tel 362-2508.
: STATS: or ru>aini loads. Phone 935-3498. L. L. abe-tf interested call 362-2541.
West also reports that the TO I a:.... of the ,..(..,.. 11.1..1 0.- In a4t neA.| e
of ,.,....... ...... ......... ......... Barnett Jr. phJJ 34-33: pelf 29-33
Brand leaves and stems polnsettlasare .n.. r.. *o.o. are ."...._, .**wn. ,,, WEEK 'FREE
somewhat poisonous It chewedor r. iu... ui. tI... ONE FOR SALE Remington tires A LOSE WEIGHT .safely with new I FOR SALE
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swallowed *- r Mk *f tktr Hor .oki. *w: COM*. ClaaIf..... ordered! for five general line of passenger car DEX-A-DIET tablets. Only 98o. 80 ACRE FARM fenced 3-bed-

Insecticide So. If you're cutting or arranging lu. hH,.. ....'- ...._ .....1.. wortt, ria the Us work frr*. and truck tires. Before you buy Cheek Drug.. pafJJ 16-35 room home 2ft miles from Live
for w.. .._ ...... sad N all
these flowers a display $4.. will for a SS word Oak
a .1ah.1.E pay tires, check prices with How-
FOR bred West's wsrnlng. Handle .-t. .r.I lb.... ::. a4Imlw. for five wrka
I..11 __I '..'.' ... .I.1w, N land' Grocery. Open seven
REST RESULTS potnsettlas with can ........ I. ... Nhb. ...... lie..,. Use Bawknnr Democrat ClaMl- days a week caj If ANY TYPE 40 ACRES WOODLAND
......I.....1 fteds for It...sta.
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Office( Kappllr at FOR SALE All sixes of tar- MEMORIALWORK 5 ACRE
I If'.' lluil I wll! .In **..llr hlu .... HOMESITE highway
krouikt a.a.l ,N he H paulllns, guaranteed not to leak, g frontage
.t al!. I* Ik* I /.m'll' (',...l. ml ""..1.... In N1.. .. Ottls Brown Motors. cdjj U
.......... C.alal.. ... Pw aN ,"..10. MODERN 2-bedroom home brick
...iiojiooo4. ........ **4 ro.ulr4, I* III. nice house for sale and a nice MACK'S SPORT SHOP All DONE
I ,.. ...... *r dI.a.N t* tk. 2-bedroom place In town for veneer nice location terms.
STUMP BROTHERS I'arl.l.l' Nt4.. ,a !. kinds of camping equipment
..14 ....... to Ik* ." ..* of Ik. Cferkf . rent. Call lei-293 or 063-3743. snake leggings fabric and Granite Marble. Bronze
tk. (....." Court, hi ... ,.- ....a.a. .. oaJJ tf MODERN 3-bedroom home,
: .. ( YI". ...... al ". C..rt H_.. aluminum all kinds of gun Phone 362-3333 terms.
i CASH & CARRY a, r/,. U.... r"....... a..r ...,_ '''" cleaning equipment, used guns
1.11 ... ., w..._. A. 11. lase. ... FOR RENT Spaces for mobile LIVE OAKMONUMENT
..r.. a .t NM A.fnN rifles, bar bells, foot bslls.
.e a..ww N home Plenty of room. Nice For information can
area w.. C..I&l PI.a.hlw, AH.a.r PdJJ 37-31 CO.
i.. ......"".. P. n. _.. .... 1.1. ate. and clean. Good well water PAUL A. BYRD

t1 Building Materials 4..1. bat..Id 1h. N.1..1 Aal.. N,,::: Lake for fishing and swim FOR SALE For the world's best Homer Sanford. Rep. 406 South Ohio Are

I ..... If ew fall ,. ... a. a .... ... mln,. Morgan's Trailer Park. Encyclopedia Child Craft. Cyclo I Live Oak. Florida
300 S. Patterson Street .11I N ..,.... ...1... .w fa US M West Live Oak Florida.
,... ..,.., ........... a ..,. a_"...... Teacher Dictionary and VISIT ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP : cege tf
Tka ..,... If ,... NN .... N N N' Phone 363-3016. pcfdj t.-l. Atlas, contact World BookEncyclopedia
i Phone2425560 l.hlt.h., 1111.. ,. .... ,.....,.. ............ your Machine machine'', and cold FOR BALE 2-bedroom home.
..... ,. IM ........".. I. ..." 1111.. /ad FOR RENT 3-bedroom frame < representative. J. wave permanent given. Operators I tile bath with window air .
\ VALDOSTA, GEORGIA ,. "_". ...... ,.....,..... .. a.l fwhla ; Robert Cason. lit SuwanneeAve. Helena conditioner
NM ..aH.lal. .. .'. .... .Nlrslp. I home 3 years old JUI Ruby Annie II. Mills on I acre of land more
.. .. ..._. ,_ I./I. aar ....... St.. Ingfeskie Subdivision. $M Phone 363-3413.. Humph and Mary Drew I or s.... Near Coliseum off New-
1111.. 1.'_ .I.Ilu. .. .._....
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4 x 8 x W Interior Plywood fr qr ..... ...... ... ..... ..." N ....... month. Phone Mr. Kiuhlll. Boatright. Manicurist Ruby brrn Road. Call 363-3463. John

i 1 Per Sheet ............................................9 &.jD ,......., sad froot. or****.|lBc .. (.. Lake City '7SJ-573, evenings ATTENTION FARMERS Full Sanford at Ann..'. each Thursday Kent. sail tf
; lomolir. |* oroor l* Nr lull t* o.nrO
Otl0l N law. t* Okl l0 OoOMMlM ofIHI cab tf Une of field fence and fence Friday, and Saturday.

I 4 x 8 X1" Kxtcrior Plywood O OQ ,.al.* N, lf"tk. fdl.wae 111 ko*.*""">"*.-nil oo*I FOR RENT-Comfortable sleeping posts for _>. Also, fun line of cast tf

Per Sheet........................................... la.I Tk.,,w.::.:,..Half.. Ik. ......***. rooms. Conveniently located roofing.' galvanised IIOWLAND'SGROCERY. andFry WELL: DRILLING Prompt efficient HELP WANTED

UMMo *.4 Ik* VMIIOOO "..- down town. Parshky Houe. "
of Ik* awHkwwt YNr1w.0 : call tf service. 2" to wells WAITRESSES: WANTED:
i 4 x 8 x u C.D. Sheathing Plywood O OO t*. To>. I iMik. aw"iiIe. Phone 363-313. pdj 36-30 Jomar Well Drilling Can -
I.a1. -_ 11. . be over 31. Apply In person between
Per Sheet ............................................ .XW LM .. Mt bale MOM ** aa OARAOE APARTMENT FOR MACK'S SPORT BHOP Boatpaddles 363-1333. pdJJ 28-32 < the hours of 9-13 am. at.
.,y, $1.39. stadium seats,
Tk. MOM .. Ik* a.... k .kUk IbI.I. . RENT Electric stove and Holiday Inn Restaurant. Lake
4 x 8 x V Pref. &Ugh. Plywood J OA ..) ko b..a ..*,...*.... I. .... ("1x.11 refrigerator. :X bedrooms, gasheat. $390: spin cast rod and ,"1. If you have Spanish moss In your City eujU
hwln of tk. Tklo4. J..4IM>I rtTMH .. U 95. Steel trap, boat cushions pecan levee oak trees or ernamentals -
Per Sheet ........................................... .a. Pl..l., a ..4 h. - gash, Can 3C3-3I04 or 363-1305 eloth DV1t"and destroyed
: hunting and it CURB KELP
0.4 IN ahhr..a :. ..M N... or come to 318 Shelby Ave and want WANTED: NOW,
I. w.1. N..a N w Plarlpf., 'o. all U boys'. Everything. contact W, D. Jones Wellborn. Ave 18 to 40. Apply ta ....non..
I, P'. Nah look
4 x : H" Shettrock 46.50 WIt._ rr N.....D4..A..1w.. n.\ ., IM C'tro' poll 27-31 PIa. pdJJ 30-34 A W Drive In. eaJJ tf

r/M ...NN-.N n.. ................._........... wed (.... .... 5.11 .. Nos. MI N FOR RENT: Downstairs furn-
UN Oah. 5.w.w Cwa/r. Par1A. FOR BALE Sugar cane aoprextmstrt Men la' good health minimum
lko> ink 4.r *4 N*,.o>Wr. A. IV. l..l.IIaA41 : !shed apartment private en
one acre already education 8th grade age 21 to
s'ivfiwd' front e LOST
DuiU-In ho and Cook Top 1 JQ QPUockwool (Aval'Ow'e A. SUMMONS Can trances 363-31(4 porch. cut. Call ,.,.21_ call 30 |$. Contact the Personnel Department
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...... .. ....., .. ...................._ C"c h_ __H'.Carl. Ih.1M 1t2.1JtS.c'.U tf LOST OR STOLtN Important at Sunland Training

j ..... --- ._-- -- FOR SALE Tree bMrocnt.brwk papers If found contact' Louise Center P. O. Box 1154. Oatnee-

Insulation 3M AA TIt riecu.t Tilt POR RENT Four room aprtmrnt. veneer' hoe .. 1H" bath I IItteat..s Asne. Postetnce Box 363. Live vlDe, Flertda. chit 29-36
: AJ twist, nttrciAL :1vr: oe Four mlW out. Adults ta Hherwoed FetaL: FU 34
i Per M N.. .. ...... .._.._..N.._..N.. "ntttl", ,OIl AMD rtMl St/WAN FltA financed" For eomotete Oak. peJJ WATR'WFtnl' daM brick Iem ,-
5.15 tM'VTY. ix tNA'P.YYowft only Pnon
..< ANA otMia attJtiXlBMCTT 21.73r'OR'RENT Information cat Paul A. Brrd. st U. a Port Office m Lre

lb. "HIRD" ntUI.UA M ( Realtor, at tee South Ohio Oak. Oeorge E. Jensen Contractor
15 Asphalt 1 -
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95 ,......,. For Sele Aototnotlvw
Per Roll .._.........__..........t._..... .1. taa : A furnlUwxl plan Avenue' Phone 343-It9. Inc. Apply at **. We
(.. Tooths tlpawm, for rain to **Uh. tights and eejd 30-Jl are an equal epportmny employer -
--, FOR SALE 1942 Army Jeep
.. wafer InchKted Close In. IS M --- -- eeJJ U
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9"a 0- Vinyl Asbestos Tile .10 = ..= w ..":r per ".k. 118 WMt Jnd Street FOR SALE One dtntng room. with dot cage. Can 343-111

.' . .. ........___ tea,,-a.e ...... _..... ,.... pall JIG suit. tve end UbWt and lame. after I .-. eeJJ 29-31 NEEDED: AT OWCE Fun er
s.v. a ___ sal Shaw ..... Phone MVJTM. Branfont FUpeJJ part time saaa er WOSMSA. taserve
.... .... small boos FOR BALE t9e tae doer fcUrfc
b. t\W r IY fo r On en ItranfrrdHl M Waiitos eostaeaers. 1. Live
Bird 2351 T. B. Shingles 7C aa4 Pw wwa...A N _ .. TteeTO8e9v.. In seed ......
A_ "*".>. rent or ag>. Mrs. I Oak. Oust 1ne nW. JOe invest.mewl. .
Ply Sq ... .....,...... .....--__ D.I J Nra.w w Ile PS.s4 155 A_c-. Htnton U Ooff. FOR SALE Pare r4 AtvrWn nine: ee *ttu w>. one ewrwr. law Set ewa boots
w.. asal.P .......... P. 0. M ...lIM 343IM1eaJJ < Anew ban tt VTT rsenebte sMle e. E. Sctrwarts. $... BrysenTC. yvor
f O.l, Ilu..a ..1 r. is..aaNlIs 34 Wet,. C R. R..... Dn>4. D-3.
7KIre4< HW4 le sn themnm.dslbr flail M
19" 12" Plain Ceilnf Tile s AQl/ la. .r I. ('..k ae N. twweQ..K .1 P. O Bet ,.n, Memphis Tensvpe4JM
x w ..... ,... ..... ..a M A.. FOR RENT J........ apartBoMil.Cuntko . Call Furwov
Each................... ......M. ,....__ .w -hwN.. .. r N. wee N..a.N IN C1rMr.30.1143. rsil 30ftpfcV loft' : 194) Super uol4seaetd. .
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'......... ... 5. a1N w.0w..1 Np. ".u. Werttfot couple with rawer IUetell.. WAJIfTED ApyIFP at
4 x and 4 x 9HM Treated Sheathing 47 AA ., *! are rrrt ktOrr ef Ilea I power brake., r4te breed, and
81' ;aae ... IRAwe lie U.. 141. Ph... M3-JJS. pall M Elite OrHL reJJ tfM
M ??..?.....,.........,.....,.-....u..x.... 4I.UU .... Ise "lk Aa of cb.. A R seta. There .. us. ease ea vetoedW air eofxBUoorr. The eat and
1NlIPA1i FOR RENT = ;; apartment a female beset widow sp**,r an scciinerles are ta peed Eveer satewlee. a v..a.

cUThens iaw5Cetly A Iaseswsci. Thrt Urr rwratervo' teesal who destroyed 35* sera far: ...1 versa[ errr. Ttw prhw Is ...... er enters Sew York Rar

Price. Cash F.O.B. Our WarehouM ._.. .-. Phone. X3-1M4 elI't ervtKs and oM elIot .Old.f i rtttiC If H-tww caa Pesaiisi ..... one e, the werlTs"ACE bmSed
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