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Title: The Madison enterprise-recorder
Alternate title: Madison enterprise recorder
Alternate Title: Enterprise-recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: T.C. Merchant
Place of Publication: Madison Fla
Creation Date: October 13, 1961
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
Coordinates: 30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note: Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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PU9LISHED' JN THE EDUCATIONAL AGRICULTURAL AN'D INDUSTRIAL CENTER OF NORTH FLORIDA .


_VOL., Lxi- No..7 Return Postage Guaranteed FRIDAY OCTOBER 13th ia i l&Hata. ., ,Florida Price' ;IOc Yearly Subscription, $3.75;, Delayed'Renewals $4.00





I Pine Tree Fest'ival'At Perry Oct. 20 21




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PERRY-Red-Foley, Don Gibson :CIRCUIT COURT .. You can help, too .' ., SCHOOL NOTICE OF DISTRICT SPECIAL ELECTION TAX Death) of Baby Williams


and at least a dozen other headliner _
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popular western stars.' will 'appear ,. L C. Robinson I'VE APPOINTED MONEY TALKS, HERB. Pursuant to the provisions of !..I8.sterNo man Jeffry Williams,

in Perry October 21 at 8"=.-p.," in: 'as a ,charge of MYSELF ID COLLECT HERE'S' TEN BU4CSt{ Chapter 23,726, Laws of Florida and 4 months'old son of Mr and Mrs

the fabulous :wind-up _of Taylor ANY UTTLE BIT -


County's Sixth Annual Pine! Tree :and Emmett case set for YOU MIGHT WANT TH/tr_ DA6VMOOD GUMSTEAD 4 Laws of Florida regular' biennial Douglas, Ga died Tuesday morning I

Festival. TO CONTRIBUTE DOESN'T REALIZE THAT > school elections are hereby ordered at the Moultrle, Ga hospitaL .
The. entertainmentfeature./! >f ,the ;guilty to a, TO THE SOY SCOUT THE SOY scouts OJr... held in .
i Special Tax School District Funeral service were held at the
Festival is expected to play beforea I entering and FINANCI, APPiAL 1ODAY:ARE Number 1 (which includes the
capacity audience at Perry's .new -, entire -I Corinth Primitive Baptist Church
Pace Field Stadium. Wednesday Oct j THIS YEAR THE 600D ,_ county of Madison under present south ,of Lee Thursday, Oct 12th.
BUIyiJoe .
IJn Laws) on November 7, 1961. The
., thenation's CITIZENS OF I
Red Foley recognized as .
t o a charge of "-- \ elections will be held at each precinct -
TOMORROWCafe.
Foremost Country Gentle; : jb The Rambler rated No.
car was
.
Ing and case .voting center- as follows including -
man and a singer of songs the''way I 3 in the nation's new car sales by

millions of Americans like to- hear nesday Oct I II PRECINCT.clerk: NO.1 MADISON R L Polk and"Co, in the Automobile -
them His popularity lies in Eugene
sung. .
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his ability! to p ut-sincerity-and' feel- breaking, ...and t James M Copeland, Clerk.' News magazine f ;
-I Hillouise Bevan Phillis Parramore, -z-
ing into a song whether a bouncy Fred Porter ,i i' '_ r lJ
: WAREHOUSE
DIRECTORS *
like "Chattanooga Shoe ShineBoy" f \, Mir1 Sullivan. .
one two
charges of ""
sold million PRECINCT NO: 1-A MADISONA <:ELECTED) D "
which over a v
were set. for: Mildred
G Herring Clerk. *
copies-:--or a deep, moving spirituallike 12th. :" .
kt All, directors of the Madison
Eva Kramer.
-Peac6 In The' Valley.." Haire; 1 Nell Canty, ,
DO.N GIBSONTagged' I Case of R C ( .\! PRECINCT NO.: 2 MADISON County TobVcco Warehouse Inc >:

the, fastest rising young: assault with ..' i" John t Waring,"Clerk. Dot Hiers, were"v-eJittct: ; at a-meeting of the

\ star in. the populaJ country gJle1d der was' set ,: \ : I Rachel Reichman, Florida;Davis. .stock& ersAOfUthe corporation in _'"
; Don Gibson 'j; the latest, 13th.. ;, .. PRECINCT_ NO: 2-4, MADISON, the wfe1 ? Tuesday light .. ,-
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teenage rage-and teehager are expected BC .- -...-_.;.s...;.;: '. t _-_ L fe WjmWrlyr,;Cleric:* JuanitaRagans !I Theire' Paul Ragans, ''--;-. h

to converge oh,\Perry" from VI F erl [ y ; __ __& ?__: .- ,: EJouise' Wade.. :Ziliabeth- ,Joe Rams Jack Woodward. J*'L. -
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I aU.jBYW.JStorth. .Floridav to ..hear"Dou 7-. "y renler d""., Sale. Sullivan, James Stanley, Ferd
r sing' "Oh LonesoroetMe.1'In } and .assessed : PRECINCT>> NO; 3' LEE Naughton, John Henry" Plant, Lewis ,.
1958 Don swept the country *, pbett Searcy, Clerk._ .:Fred Holder,
with legal : > M: u... ws'.se sr.+neg--- -w u MM. foU"'u"a. Stews Janres'a5 ; and GeorgeTownsend. :
waned WC Ragans, Felton Almond.
music field by..,- being ? -- -- *
Number One Country Artist of the OO9". !t-NJJT GIVES I HIGH ACCIDENTS--,' PRIEieiNCT NO. 4;MOSEL ;Y HALL ...
A note of prevailed
Year" and "Most Promising Male Jury ..".:.. TO NFJCv ] Mrs.Dan Chason,Clerk. J J Crud optimism .,
Artist." "Oh Lonesome Me" also guJlty>Monday -' -- ---. .' O* .. ... Mrs B R Rainey; Mrs W E Blanton. throughout'the' meeting ,? the re-
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took the honor of being "Countryand Ernestine :At *' the Rotary Club meeting -'.At lam Sq day King David PRECINCT- NO.5'- GREENVILLE port showed a successful year. 'IIi
Western Record of the Year" murder in the & Dr M M Bennett :pr st- H:L Sherrod Clerk Tom S Stud- come the past year was $7,806.18in
: Atkins of Pinetta, /while heading. :
and his album by the same name "Herman Lee of 'St Petersburg Junior Col- still G'.F BiShop, F H Reams. -, tobacco commissions;; $7,691.66In

:was cited as the ,year's "Favorite and chairman of the Accredita- 'south three miles',;'north of Madison: PRECINCT NO. 5-A GREENVILLE, J rents and $311.35 from Jaycee

Country and Western Album.'* breaking and Committee that was evaluating on.;'_Cherry Lake road, lost controlof ''C H Brannen,- .Clerk. Alvin Day, and Tobacco Boosters, making a '

_ STAR-STUDDED SHOW guilty and Florida Junior College here his 1954 'Chevrolet sedan and Sidney. McLeod, Andrew Patrick. total of '1580919. EXpenses' for the

Appearing with Red will be his Monday Oct first of' the week gave' high ran off the road on the right shoul- PRECINCT NO. 6 HAMBURGRandall. same period amounted to $7,242.50- .;

wife, professionally known as Sally fS to the college. der; the car then came bask to :the Gaston. Clerk. Carlton Highlight of the meeting was an-
show's Bennett said that the college I Smith, Ben Pfiel, John Wilson. I
Sweet who will be the left shoulder and struck and broke nouncement by A L Jarrell that he
with her In continue on'the accreditation oil PRECINCT NO. 7 CHERRY LAKE.
comedienne. Starring a light pole. The car stopped the
i THE would buy $25,000 worth of stockin
the Sr, Clerk. J I
the comedy spot will be Uncle Cyp that it exceeded standards highway Atkins had neck and back George Burnett.
Brasfield of "Grand Ole Opry" that it was one of the best he Surles, Jack Johns, Scott Wimberly the corporation in exchange for
encountered. He said that the injuries. Damage to the car $200; to PRECINCT NO 8 PINETTA a $25,000 note due him by the cor-:

fame Offering background music foe Week, ,had a fine faculty, that it light pole $100. No charges.On V S Smith Clerk. John Hollings- poration. '

the show will be ."The Willis Broth- working, closely 'with the com- \ U S 90 Monday at 7 pm two worth, J T Woodard Ran Terry. County Agent Rudy Hamrick dis-

ers" a top band in every field L ofcountry Wednesday in a general education' pro- and one half miles west of Madison, PRECINCT NO. 9 TUTEN cussed the tobacco situation briefly.He .
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show: business. They also Thursday' aM'' 'thht it showed concern the steering gear of:',a,'J95fc one ton Mrs- AuKrey Ahvm,* Clerk. L' liSearer urged. that a concerted effort'be .

feature solo and group singing- Friday the individual student. He said truck broke. Driven by Henry "Wm Wilbur.,Araan. K P Beaty. made to get an Export buyer on,

including novelty numbers and impersonations Saturday would take some;' pointers,from McCray of Madison, the truck ran PRECINCT NO. 10 HICKSTOWN the floor next year and predictedthat :
and western : ,.local college back to SU Peters- Howard Hughey/ Clerk. George
of country Sunday .h.'J! off the right side of the 'road going such an achievement would increase :
stars. i Monday-- ) i for use in the college there. down the shoulder of the road 231 Rykard Albert McLeod. Frank
The "Stoney Mountain Cloggers," Bennett had words of praise for: and turned Rykard. materially the offerings on .'
Tuesday feet completely over
a square dance team of eight young f ....._ general junior college system : driver minor lacerations PRECINCT NO. 11 MACEDONIA the local floor. Several other mem
men and women round out the Total congratulated Senator Davis of twice. The had' Robert. Bellflower Clerk J El- bers of the association spoke brief, ..
A outstanding Festival variety show. district on his work not; only I on.both arms. The truck was more' Williams William Ward ly. > ""

Their, dances feature buck, dancingor Rainfall w the local college but for ail .the I a total loss. McCraywas charged Emory'' Jackson. '.
"clogging" which was brought to Gibson Tower. 'colleges""in the state. with no driver's license. PRECINCT NO, 12 WINOTIEPIN the date .of election). j !.

the remote areas of the North None,. Aucilla, ; .In his.. ad$4ss, the subject of I Thomas David Burns of Tallahassee 'J; H Williams, Clerk.' Truman 2. Be a registered voter 6a the*

Carolina mountains by the early clair.Tower hich' Jje named How to live, in a I lost control- of his- 1958 Jaguar Webb.) 'M th w Williamson, QuintonDryderi. General Election Books.

Irish. German and Dutch settlers. I Tower 0.20 : : society, the, speaker said 1.-Monday nightU 8' o'clock on 3. Be a taxpayer on real or
Festival Chairman i in of of : of .these elections personal property (or, both) In
According to headquarters spite a-wave pessimism S 90, four miles west 'of Green- Then fwo purposes
Willie Joe Moody, this is the best i Sun rises : (his country was not losing the cold headingwest & accprdance with Law are Madison County and hold a 1960
He was when he '
ville.
receipt for taxes paid to County
follows
show of its type ever offered in and.gave quotations "from J as :
6:06 pm. said be ran off the Bright shoulder; 'To (each Tax Collector of Madison County
this area and should appeal to .all Hoover -and- Bryce N Harlow 1 elect three'.persons
Moon, sets "' car.l .(It might be well to this to
I < te fc'is< statement: The to avoid hitting an oncoming of-whoar: must be a duly qualified carry
ages. 'FIREWORKS High tide he reminded in the be- The car veered to the left and school elector as hereinafter de- the polls in the event any question
PROFESSIONAL
Following the entertainment will light 4:34 pm. nlni was dedicated to a system struck. a pine tree. The driver .had' fiad, to serve as trustees of arises). The location of the property
S School District Number has no consequence, just since it is .
be a tremendous professional fireworks good public education. no injury. Damage to. the car approximately ed } Tax .
-' 1 (the entire county: for the en- in Madison County Florida;
display/which is traditionalto "* o0-Mr: Burns was )
Festival goers. The .display will BUY CHERRY : BA _ITUATION DISCUSSEDAT charged with jjalawful; speed and suing biennium, beginning January The law provides that any qualified -
2/1962, and until their successorsare person may be nominated and
shots with CLUB
feature over.200 gigantic Mr- and Mrs causing an ac Ident.r"Trooper Peavy : duJ1_qualified. % have his or her name printed on .,
a huge pinetree as 'the. finale shot. Hamilton Rd. investigated J land,taccidents reed all" the ballot as* candidates by five (5)
district millage
:Admission will be 75c for students. Members of the Lions' Club at or '" .. 2. Tofl*;. the
for adults." bought 37 pieeting Tuesday heard' ""dis .:* :-&. c rate to"be levied on the 10 mills and qualified electors provided such re-
and $1.50 erts property *-" : : quest is jn writing and filed with.the
PINE TREE "FESTIVAL the school. ; ssion of the Cuban situation, py ; : diStrfc;.iax'rolls in accordance' instructedto with: office of County Superintendent on

The Sixth Annual Pine Tree: children and Miriam Acosta a teacher of CIRCUIT COURT ..LawTbe.secretary. was the 'or before October 21, 1961. Petitions

Festival is predicted to .be the biggest -! when' school : in '-the: -Madison' Elements. .- : i .V. '." I*. ; -.:.. ballot place',(9 a mills. 10 to mills be used levy for on Support ..filed after this date have no. legal

_ __ and best celebration Conser-of its begin erection Y and High ,Schools. Miss -Acosta Billy Joe Lindsey, breaking and : f&rrfaiirtcnance:, Grades 1-12:' 11|validity. The consent of Nominee
held this :
in
type ever area. their -her family in Cuba this must be secured.
property. ; entering. Defendant withdrew pleaof 'mill to be used for Support & :Main
vative estimates predict over 20.000 Bob and t summer and had .some difficul and 1 1I The County School Board shall
and Colleges.
for the Festival Parade at not guilty : plead guilty :tenance. Junior ) I
persons 21 Festival Farm Agency .;?, in.. getting back to this country. requested pre-sentence investigation.{I ,The Trustees run on a countywide -. constitute the final canvassing Board :
Day.
October -
10 a. m. the parade will be a free Jibe{speaker said that at :firs Charles ,X Davis plead_ guilty to hash and no two can be to determine the elected ?trustees" : : ..

Following- on the grounds highlighted Cuban people were, 11.'for-Cas. lottery charge:..Fined $500: and sentenced -. elected from, any one Board Member -i fT rule fo> determining 1 sa' a's. : "

dinner by a noontime ,address by i. but that, 'he had-done'- nothing; : to,, prison for three years;'. residence district (same. In: oUoWst' '' :: : :
for ::five ;Tears numbers as County: The three:bi ghost candidatea-whoc. :" -
Secretary of State Tom what' he.had 'promisedtherti} Placed( :probation ; territory and -
FloridA: The Health. and serving, of'.-time ,suspended pro- 'Commissioners Districts). : : live ?m; .three separate;'BoardE: Mern% ;
Adams::After the dinnerthousands ate. inoculation :;A A Meade_ of Jacksonville was; B these electionsa ber Districts shall 1)e the three'. -
in forestry ,fun and .viding defendant abides. by. JMPO-; In. order to vote in
-will and skill participate contests and view educational rabies, folI .. ": lotion) conditions. / ; person must meet all the follow elected trustees- for district (County .
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..forestry displays. Other 'F st1J wild ; ] ::-Jlinmett Solonion- breaking and ing qualifications: : ).
"Oak- Bill items. Hanson news Madi Done and ordered by the Board
activities: spanning several days entering was found guilty as 1. Be a legal resident of
val Beauty Pageant October went October hospital news' and several otheticles : charged. ison County (having lived in the In Regular Session. October 4. 1961.
Include: are .necessarjly .held overuntil The Fred Porter conspiracy case State at least one year and in the i s/ W II BAILEY, JR., Chairman. -
'12; Teenage Barn Dance, Oct:;. 14, October..20; l I .
Festival Invitational Golf Tourna- 21. next week.' was being .tried Thursday. County at''least 6 months prior to OctJ 3"t-ca.

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PAGE TWO tHE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER, MADISON FLORIDA::
.. o. FRIDAY OCTOBER 13th. 1961 <

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; .1T For a Wonderful Vacation Summer or Winter Stay at ;.: ,"




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., in nitrate production. The country JAYCEES MEETING IN GERMANY SPECIAL DISCOUNTS on several
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.-rt ." ':also leads the worlds
iMi iil PIIS( ItlDO, .-' production 'of iodine, ''' a< .byproduct .* A-'The jMadispn By ?->Ronny County Brown Junior (AH'rNCnny Specialist Four Howerton Supply Co. +

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John C Solomon, son of Apostle
of the
'.. ___ ._ nitrate industry, +
E 't "" >t Chamber af-'Commerce met at noon Solomon Rt 3, Greenville, Fla, re OH MYACHING
1'ubJl shed Weekly Subscription $3.75 Per Year in Advance; Other minerals include ,-sulfur; Jast ,Friday, at McNeil's Rest cently participated with, other personnel ,

Delayed. Renewals $4.00 err ear iron ore, ..cobalt> ,. :zinc, :molybdenum .' .}. k- rant.; President ,Charlie Quiet pre- from 28th Artillery in Checkmate BACK<<:
sided. :-' a NATO tactical training
,.- tungsten, manganese; exercise
Advertising Rates Made Known on Application conducted Now! You can ret the fut I'eH.r ya
in
i gold, silver, coal, cement Richard!-Brockman, reported on Germany. aeed from nagging backaeh. h.a aeh.
June I mercury the ,sale ,tickets for, Specialist Solomon, a driver in aad muscular aches and pains that often 4
the
.. ,-: Entered & the Madison Post, Office as second-class matter of shotgun cause rwtlcM nights and miserable tired
; and :Bauxite: .Tndustrfesinclude ;:tbe' .the 2 artillery in. Bad Kissingen. out feeling.! Wbm the discomforts
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I to! fye&: by the .Jaycees
away
:15th, 190a./under Act of_,March 8. 1879. ;- copper d 1 ; entered the Army In March 1959 'com on with oveivczertion or stres* and
\.:: *. smelting and the to raise,money ,to pay for: the hew arrived train-TOO want relief-want It lu'lAaotber +
and overseas in October
| c11awrbaaot be mild bladder $
DJfNEBS: T. C. MERCiIANT, T. C. MERCHANT, JR. "manufacture of woolen, silk" and press box: at Lanier Field. 1959 '. irritation foBowin mar wroa food and.
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AND ASSOCIATESMADISON rayon textiles, tobacco ''andwoOd Ben Pfeil :tol ress on'the :Minstrel show. of Greenville Doan's Pflta work fut la S separatawsys
products, explosives,/airplanes Therewas graduate Training :.!.by speedy painrelierinaction
.. RECORDER,.ESTABLISHED 1865 another. chorus meeting 'last! High ,School., .-.1 to ease torment of nagging backache
iron and
steel "
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,. .Pharmaceuticals headaches muscular aches and pains.
NEW ENTERPRISE, ESTABLISHED 1901 Tuesday night. Ben_also reported 2. by soothing effect on bladder irrttation -
CONSOLIDATED, JUNE, 25, 1908'T. beverages cosmetics, qn the press ''box He said S. by mild diuretic action,tending
-,1 progress. : FOR OIL, CALL to increase output of the IS miles of
'- chemicals, paints shoes knit FUEL tube.
kidney
< the probable total<< cost will be
; Enjoy nirht's sleep and,the
1f- : : MERCHANT, Editor and .Publisher''. .( :.f. '. goods, clothing, .. cordage andvegetable 1 around, $400 to $500. C. Buddy) McWiluams, Jr. same happy a rood relief millions have for over

[ T."MERCHANT: JR.. Managing Editor::i ;._} oils., ;Farm crops include '''Project '. :AJ rt" committeeman' ; AGENT,. STANDARD OIL CO. 60 Get years.Doan's Mew Pills, large today aIM ICOMCRT tares t money.i'

MRS. A. W. VANNCity Editor. ., Buddy McWilliams HU 3-2279
; : wheat, barley, oats, rice; said the Navy DOAN PILLS
WILSON ; Film on Fallout will be shown to
: MRS. W. E. ; Advertising Manager. r potatoes, beans, lentils ---
peas
the Club, October 20thas! a .special
. GRID q there ;4s, controlled: fire that we corn, be t.and cane .sugar. ,- program. ..

0 must have In order to keep onions,. tobacco, cotton, alfalfa- *.Vernal! Webb reported on the, V

warm and to operate our indus- clover" ,. .nits 'grapes, apples,' possible location of an airplane; L

w b iAi661 tries, we must have fire, but mel >ns.I>ei h s,' apricots, plums' landing strip in or around Madison.He ) \I / JJ/lloU4-
I said :the outlook is very good.
0 and cherries.
''must keep it in its place. ,Sheep raising' is '
we ,
1961 AND
This
project 'study is being. made by .
rI There are few" things, more important,', and. wool is a principal ,-I I Vernal ''and Carl Sewell. .

cozy, no matter how ,much article' of ejcport. Mount_ Vernal also,reported on the Madison : B 17ER HE LTNja ;
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central heating'we may :have, Aconcagua, 'the Highest peak in County Development Committee.Mrs { .
Bearing Grudgingly the Western Hemisphere Mathis of Madison has been /: .t
than a cheerful fire in the fireplace '. i is .
winter night .located; :"on_ th e 'border between hired as the secretary forthe: development J
The pecan crop is not measuring on a yet Chile ( program. She will handle MEalCA1t.f lf4afd

up to. what we thought tl at- must be 'controlled. Time and' c Argentina., ,__ any correspondence for the'' different '

earlier in the year it would be was when we. let our' woods committees working on city Whole' house air con'ditioTfihg:_

'After an almost total failure burn with more or less impunity FOR* 'ELECTRONIC. and county- economic. improvement.Television : '- r "

but in'more recent we i '
years
last year, we figured that perhaps Low Cost
this would have awakened to the idea thai Pian Tuning'W. Troubles i"A.: ..
.year ,see' a : -
this was a. great economic .
yield. One fall .
rather good CALL ,: for .. I ;'
waste, and our forestry ,department '0- 0 04 ., \.
: ,1
several years ago a man tous. Call 'Lee Radio &,T-V for fast and .. JOHN P. AGNER

that the pecan,crop would, bringin has been doing a great T. RYCROFfPhone reliable service. We service all estmate >
work in keeping down forest makes. trained technician cn' ;:' -n'
Factory
HEATING
PLUMBING AND
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than
that ... .,
more money year .
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: Cherry Take 8389 with Phone '
I or Iff"years experience, ,
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.... .the 'cotton, crop-and we believe -: .fires Write: Re. 3 Madison.ria. .. HIT '3-6182 _.:, 5-tf-ch : HU 3-6604 Aiadison; .Fla.:1,
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it: di. <.k:<.Thisrjtea. : rtowevewith : .. <<'| .., ,). .'.. ,.. .; >-. '. ;J. ", ,
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some notable' *, exceptionswe Pine>> TreeFor ;Ji '. .. .
Honoring ... '-"
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have seen some trees quite l / tto'if ., .. ...
loaded with nuts-the trees arebearingquite'grudgingly 1 our"pine trees are among cJ 0"

: if at: the state's: greatest'commercial l

1 assets. It, is from! them that',we .
all. .;(;j I, < '.?'; ','

\ get our pulpwood, lumber, poles, ... .. -.

'Y ross, ties, turpentine. rosin and ... r.-l

Hickory Nut t Cake many other chemicals and it ,J

Of course, while the pecan would be impossible for us 'to p :rp.g .isp
live do without them. ,,:
is the, king of the nut trees in' 'as we, -.,-

these parts we have other nut;, Our sister county to the south, sp 1111 AlIII !.
Taylor is staging its annual --U-- 1v4 ir
,
trees that might in a way helpto "',
next week in honor of / I ; 'P ,.
make 'up for the shortage of festival, : :: .

this great tree.. .... s
The two or three walnut --
pecans. l I yt ,7,. rN"r \
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them, and they make a right The controversy over, Berlin = .

good substitute for pecans. And .'
goes on apace, as well as the I .,

'there are a good many hickory_ problem of who is to'succeed ,. .-.> ,_ ... : .-'._ -''0*n FA k'H
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piece of iron or 'hard wood, he powers, must be :resolved..* The ; : ThunderbirdPriced -. ," f : -, *
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though so ,much more difficultto
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,get:out. is richer and sweeter a
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pecan 'P ; .. \-. : ,
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sides wish it : .. :f"
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enough, and ,perhaps the new ,1--:
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men like not directly I' c
have noticed in times past 'J n'WJIllPt1..IWff! IWX1JMJJktl.
\ in the dispute, may l>e e ( .
.,little. colored. child :en gatheringthe 'able to help in th.sett. emenL- .
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Great new 1.:0.0It1.at your"Ford Dealer is alUayspst with the : J
:Australia palms' and eating : finest ,;
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the m-they are not bad. And Copper m tty b"1o : ,, 'S; ...._,*-- '."

down at Nutall Rise there .are Chile is ,a republic- extending fj L 'a.

several nut trees that bear 26,000 miles along' the western Only l the '62 Galaxie looks,,so much like Thunderbird,

what they call wild pecans. coast of South America, and is !feels so much like Thunderbird, thrills so much ,like' -

the longest country north and !Thunderbird! And for 1962, Galaxie,introduces twic -a- Pala'yt'' ; : ,

Few Things More Cozy south,' in the world., It has an -: year maintenance, or every 6,000 miles .service-saving l lt :/ :. _" '

area about five and a half times 5 .
features billion
: proved by owner-driven miles! Why .' .

This week, as we mentioned that of Florida and a populationhalf : ;.;- ..-pay'more... or settle for less? FordSee ..:: ". ,i
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against fire hazards, we areespecially across The country's main -' .. ..

.. reminded to look wealth lies in its minerals. It ,.c .

arcund us this week and remove is the second largest copper producing Hardee Motor Company ,

so far as possible all country in the world

dangers. of unwanted fire. We I and before the development of .
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We Have a Full Line of Sanders Jr at the Sanders home.A !'
: 6ABY BEVAN delicious i mel itt' iof barbecued I leather Permitting / ,

$ oo. : "-. Dwosfcia.f. :. ribs salad and dessert %was served, r ',, FIRST RACE 8:00 P.'MT '- .
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Twelve guests, enjb ed the
( The honor were
guests
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Richard James Bevan Jr Sunday, .. ,.Children Under 12 ,'- J 50c
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PIES k'J 7 Ibs :the is the first
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.;;. grandchild of Mr and Mrs Joe # trr.c-, .'r y r'a WCATIO* fit"
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CALL HU 3-6505 Itepairs on all small gasMdnrs. I 1 vAIpO TA:. GA. Charlie English,of*,Green-( 4 miles T to'the ..'
HOWERTON SUPPLYCO. rVllle attended a .district meeting of
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You are cordially invited to be our guests 'atthe Allen L Kinard age 56, died
early Sunday morning at the Madison -i

Pine Tree Festival in Perry Oct. 20-21. long County illness.Memorial She was Hospital the daughterof aftera I'' GAS HEATERS NOTICEWilliams

the late Mr and Mrs John Hi

I :Sevor and was a lifelong resident I WCCOPELANDJR.Mrs Andrews, Inc.will

PETE and family of Madison County. She was a be closed all day Saturday,
member of the
Lee Baptist church ,
Oct. 14th, due to circumstances
and was active in church and civic Olive Stroud returned to her
affairs. She had many relativesand home at Lee last Thursday from a beyond our control. Foe service

friends who _regret her passing. visit in Memphis with her son, Phone HU 3-6382 or HU 3-6268

She is survived by her'husband, Jimmie Stroud, and family. Mrs
NEHI BOnilHG CO. 0 Complete MACHINE SHOP,
ENERAL r ELECTRIC Mr Allen'Kinard of Lee; two daughters Stroud reported that her grandson,
I: I Mrs W N Blair Jr of Gainesville Mark Stroud, is getting,along nicely'oUpwing SERVICE for Briggs-Stratton
eGr., ,. and Miss of C v serious and McCullough engines, at I
'.. Helen Kihara : \ # E ry operation
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APPLIANCES REDUCED FOR QUICK;SALE!if*: ,I .tJppK' '10. e..w Lee;, six sons, Charles and, Rudolph?, on Wsb'acK7iecently., ._ HOWERTON SUPPLY CO.
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-/ 1.St :.rr) Quincy: ; .John, of Sneadsg) Allen, ,
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TOP OF THE LINE G-E RANGE, with double ovenand Root Bw ,. f Panama City; Lee -Ainmori *'and ) ;ro-7 .t It.5H
Daniel, both of
Leer three
grandchildren -
rotisserie, REDUCED $112. ';: ., PHONE "PO 1-2775/LIVE -
'r' ; fpur .h'sisters. ,. 1drsJ. ,Fred FR
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G-E MOBILE: DISH; WASHER, REDUCED;:'$44.8Q. t' Huggins 'P etta,; AUss.Celetia:Sevor j ft'! ;: : '
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REDUCED $72.00. :9' t. fF j Williams'' Andrews, Inc." will both; .of Madison' :, oEAJ
Funeral --services- were held_ Tuesday .
19.6 cu. ft. REVCOChest type freezer,"' REDUCED b e closed all :day Saturday, : at 330.p m in the/,Lee Baptist

$80.00. '. Oct. 14thdue to circumstances church with Rev I T Carter and Rev

a 13'cu.. ft. REVCO chest type freezer; REDUCED beyond our control. For service i I Austin Kelly officiating." A -quartet, ;.... ., ..."'"
Phone-HUv3-6382! orvmLS-6268: furnished music.Interment _"
$60.00 f *", i* .,..* followed $Jn Mt Horeb, ': IN.A

cemetery with'T j' ,Jr Funeral ..
MrHiIlj Dj .t. Beggs :
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:Mrs' Anna Grisspm Hill, age- 68 Active pallbearers- were: ,Messrs ;

:,died at the Madison, .County, Memo- Simon Kinsey.Jr, Edgar Barrs, Dalton I ;l, At t.
rial hospital Thursday afternoon following Mercer, Raymond Mercer, Cole- llURRYLHO ,
SOUTH DUVAL ST a long 'Illness._She was man Richardson, Floyd'Rigdon, Walden : I :
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MADISON. FLORIDA, flor=xus aaaiE lIfe-long. resident of ,.Madison county. Richardson. .
",, : .., ..- >an4 ie.!des, % many; friends.*who-*egret t"H6norary.Dr't: : BouIand, Dr +I' '' ) ...-.r.r ;::
her passing. J M DuRant, Messrs S A Kinsey Sr .
r 50th ANNIVERSARYMr She .is survived .by.'her, husband Frank Rutherford, Berry Ezell, 'CALL. ( f-

For FUEL OH Call Lewis ,HiUVand-. : : a"iiumber' <.";)f.' nieces Robert Evans George Hunter, S H 1
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and nepbewsTFuneralservices- Moore: S E Whitty/ Ragans, ,iJt"':'
i JPSON: and Mrs L, F Kelly of Madi were held Sun- Amon Tuten Fred Holder, Mellous r iY'
ti I' son are-celebrating -their. 50th wedding day at 3 p ,m at the grave side in Moore. Cary Lamb. Gordon Selman. 3 2279
'.P anniversary Sunday Oct 22nd, San Pedro cemetery, 'conducted by J .E Stanley. Turner Davis R L .
HU3-2277. at their home with open house be- Rev Dozier Sapp.. A quartet ren- Pinson and Felton Almond. .
ginning at 2 pm/ dered music.Pallbearers. [ ,-.. Iij; .
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were .Messrs W T
Economize! Coody, Barnard Kiser, E C' Davis, i WELLS, up to 4-in, at Whatever type or size of oil-burner or furnace yoti w
Farmers Feeders
Gordon Ragans, Olin Barker, and HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. >
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have for
.E you can depend on us prompt, unfailing ,

... ,Cary The Phillips.T J Beggs Jr Funeral ,Home GREENVILLE MAN KILLEDIN deliveries, of dean-burning, heat-packed

OUR MOBILE ,MILL WILL GO TO was in charge of arrangements. CAR ACCIDENCharles '.- :; -. E
A'Lewis34: ; .of Greenville ,
Your Farm and prepare You a Ton of ; ;
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Feed. You Furnish the Corn for the reetgS was. killed, early Sunday morn
#' ing when the. car in which he wriding'
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following prices 5 CardsFOR was struck from;. behind-f.by 'STANDARD> iir ;
a car driven by Walker P Mc-
MOLASSES . .. $11.50 TON .
SNAP CORN. AND' Glamery, 46, of Quitman, causingthe j '
EVERY '
\ STEER' FATTENER .1 . .. .. ....,.. $18.90. TON OCCASION Lewis car to smash over the B U R HER OIL ;iX -,:
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Salt, Mineral guard rail near the Okapilcp creek:
.. (fully fortified withSupplement SMITH, DRUG STORE S:
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r' '. bridge on US 84 about a mile east
and Molasses) .... .... 4- S "' ...
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HOG FATTENER (full feed) ........ .....- $23.15 TON Madison, Florida of The Quitman-Lewis: car went,down" the the odorless,economical fuel that gives you maximum /-. .
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We will Prepare any Formula Feed for you. Just what embankment and Lewis was thrown heat for your money. The combination of r: -
Furnish All Labor At C4FTflANKS from the car and died of a broken :
-L you_want on Your Farm -" .. STANDARD BURNER Oil and eurprompt, dependable
S # neck. A in the Lewis ,
passenger car ,
-- \ a Great Savings '_ -- -
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BY THE TON S cuts and bruises, and Mc- I
everyone for their acts''ofkess.: put an. end to your heating worries. Call us now '
whose vehicle '
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Glamery overturned; :.J.
beautiful :flowers. And expressionsof -
CUBES
30% CATTLE RANGE ; ; j$8t.OO' "
fuel-on '1.
sympathy during the illness and suffered cuts of the-bead and face.Highway for your requirements. "-
20% CATTLE RANGE CUBES :. $70.20 death of my wife Susanna HilL patrolnreta said McGla- ;;..

t PELLETS n \; also express appreciation to the, mery was travelng at a high rate. ot
40% HOG SUPPLEMENT 103.00 -
Madison Hospital pers ghel"an& the speed. ,He was arrested followingthe S. :t

Doctors for their kMdae P s.' : accident. : '
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TO SPONSOR FFA FORESTRY 70 x 15 Goodyear

The ,OfBarrett's PROGRAM ,
Announcing Opening :
Hearing Aid Company
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At the meeting Wedn sdaY--Oct ,
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'Is Low As .
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: HEARflMG. CLINIC 7' was the voting on and, approving of '

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: .i Forestry Program 'for 'the
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HOTEL = d' ,.' special program for this project will

:'' _:. tti 221 W.. HOWARD ST. be held Dec: 7th. .- -J (j': .Battery & foe Co. '
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,' W C-'Sullivan Lawton Burnett, L C Bert Hill International, Paper
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c bert Lundy and Jack Roberts, RIchter, also Nonnan Ketchie of
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: Searcy 'of Tallahassee, were present. A. big barbecue dinner was enjoyed
1.n.ia Clinic ,will be supervised by L. R. McCook R.,D. ,
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It will be, his pleasure to give complete:: AudiometricHearing do Commercial ..
you Personal .Photo Work Sheriff S H Moore, Al Hughes and host to the gr 'W\: I_ 7 ;
and Discrimination Test for perfect understand- t: :I We will take out-of-town appointments r-.tA q..f" >...1.Y'l

ing. This examination is absolutely free, no. cost, no Develop Films Handle Camera Supplies
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obligation. ; } Call on us for any of your photography: needs

Here is your opportunity; to have your present aid
: GARNET FISHER Photographer JACK :BARRETT Owner '
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,4 BELTONE HEARING AID USERS: Your aid calibrated BfAKE YOUWAY
{ at "NO COST." Implement Company, and Mortgage ove-described lands, for the pur- I ,
recorded In O. R. Book 71 at page pose set forth in the Petition in this i _
BELTONE 114 in favor of Corene Studstill. cause, viz: As, right ,of way for a _
and unrecorded lease held by ,Claud portion of State Road No. S-146 in .y

.; .THE WORLD'S' FOREMOST HEARING AID Alton King Madison County, Florida and, that ,k.TOW .
SRD No. 55 the Honorable R H Rowe, one of
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RIGHT OF WAY the judges of the Circuit Court in AriD
:rr ":THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE of 35 degrees 03' 40" a distance of That part of a parcel of land the Third Judicial Circuit of Florida, .
THIRD- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN 1168.76 feet to the end of said described .as bounded on the east will on the 23rd day of 'October,
AND FOR MADISON COUNTY, curve, run thence-North 30 degrees2T by the east line of Section 25, 1961, at 11:00 a. m., in Circuit 4 .
FLORIDA 03" West 1029.56 feet 'to the Township 3 North, Range 7 East, Court Chambers in 'Madison County YOUR fY Y
LAW NO.STATE beginning of a curve concave to the bounded on 'the south by the Courthouse atMadison, Florida
ROAD DEPARTMENT OF Southwest having a radius of '1909.86 Triomasville to Madison public highway consider said Declaration' of Taking, '

FLORIDA, an Agency of the State feet, run thence Northwesterly alongsaid and ,bounded on the west by appoint appraisers,. and make such : B.A. "
of Florida and curve through a total'central I the' ''eaSterly boundary line of an order as. the ,Court deems proper. '
MADISON COUNTY, a Political angle of 23 degrees 00' 31" a distance unnamed street of the Town of All parties to the suit.and.aII parties ... .. w .S,
Subdivision of the State of Florida. of 766.90 feet to the end of said __
Lovett, Florida. all being in theSEI.4 interested may appear and be heard scholarship _
Petitioners', curve, run thence'North 53 degrees of the. SEA ,of Section 25, at the time and place designated. If Win:a $1,500 J college ,
v. L" 27' 34" West 605.97 feet to the Township; North<< Range 7 East, You. and each of you, are hereby -and. other prizes-:
CAROLYN ALSTROM, et al., f North line of Section 31 Township lyipg northerly of and within 50 commanded to appear by filing an ;.Just: for the baking in the
< Defendants I' 3 North, Range 8 East (South line feet of the' survey line of State answer to the Petition heretofore _t L
NOTICE OF RULE NISI of Section 30, Township 3 North Road S-146. Section 35580.2150, filed in 'this cause in the entitled BIG BIG $22,000() _
NOTICE OF EMINENT DOMAIN Range 8 East) at.a point 488.37: said survey line being described' Court on or before the 28th day of : _
PROCEEDINGS feet Easterly from the Southwest f / X _
follows: Beginning on the east line November 1961 to show what
IN fTHE NAME AND ;;!BY THE 'corner of said Section' 30, run of Section '25, Township 3 North, right' title; interest or liens you, 9f Is'
AUTHORITY OF THE:STATi:" OF thence North 53 Degrees' 2T 34" Range 7_ East at a point 358.9 feet or any of you have in and to the !
FLORIDA: West 601.83 feet to the West line northerly -from the southeast dm r above-described, lands and show .. ..; .
TO ALL WHOM IT- MAY CONCERN of Section 30. Township 3 North of said Section 25,'run thence North cause why the same should not be : 2 t S
and to air persons and Range 8 East (East line of Secttojj degrees 27' 34' Westl .71.06 feet taken for.the use--and purpose set t.r TEEAt.. :
partIes" '1iavinorcla 1i any" 25;TowhShip 3 North, Range 7 East) to the northeasterly extension of the forth cain the 'Petition filed. hereinWITNESS ___ T!!

right, title interest"estate mortgage at'a point 358.9 feet Northerly from west line of Block 32> original own Amy .hand and seal of St.BAKING. CONTEST'I ,
or other.. lien too, in' the. parcelsof .the Southeast corner of said Section of-,Jjovett, Florida, 'according to. plat said Court on' /this 10th day, of I 5Y:< s..
land hereinafter d s riDe4' fcnd, 25,"" run thence' North' 53 degrees recorded in Deed Book S at page October, 1961. the following persons, together with 27 34" West 1471.06 feet to the 230, of the public ,records p!' Madi- DALE M LESLIE L, ever dreamed of entering
all unknown persons claiming by Northeasterly ,extension of the West son County Florida at a' point Clerk of the Circuit Court of Mad- now has the chancein
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through or under known persons r line of Block 32, of the original 30.78 'feet' northeasterly from the ison County, Florida. ,
who are dead or who are not known Town of Lovett Florida, as recorded northwest comer of said Block .32, By: Jane W Baker Deputy Clerk a contest that's fun/ thaft r

to be dead, or alive: in Deed Book "S", page 230, containing'0.150 acres more or less, DAVID M, ANDERSON .easy, that's rewarding.
SECTION 35580-2601 STATE ROAD of the public records of Madison exclusive of existing .road right of ,Holland Building .s
S-146 MADISON COUNTY NAMES County, Florida, .at a point 30.78 way. v Tallahassee, FloridaOf ::117 PRIZES IN ALL Tr.y amJCoMi bai.iii*
AND ADDRESSES feet Northeasterly from the North- OWNED BY: EUNICE BURNETTE, Counsel for Petitioners Stv fl,.start
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Carolyn Alstrom, 3711 Barbara west comer ofsaid Block 32 con- BESSIE LOVETT NEEL/MAMIE (SEAL)) Come in for details today staar n"Swwa
taining 0.811 acres, more or less 7-4t-ch
Drive Anchorage, Alaska SCHAFER, BETTY LOVETT
exclusive of existing road right of
SRD No 39 R, 40-R. '42-R AND MARIE ROBERTS AND 1

Carl Alstrom 3711 Barbara Drive way OWNED BY: COLVIN JARVIS HER ROBERTS- HUSBAND, KENNETH W. C. Copeland, Jr.
FOE FUEL OIL, CALL
Anchorage, Alaska
AND HIS WIFE LUCILE H
SRD No. 39-R, 40-R, 42-R JARVIS, AND ESTATE OF TAKE NOTICE that a Declara- C. T. (Buddy) McWilliams, Jr. ft t HU 3-2218, MADISON, FLA.
tion of Taking has been filed,in the
S. Central
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Homer OIL CO.
ALICE EUDORA JARVIS DECEASED AGENT. STANDARD
Geo'rgiaSRD above-styled cause by the .Petitioners -
Ave. Blackshear COLVIN W JARVIS, the acquiring authority of theseproceedings KU.,3-2279
39-R. 40-R, 42-R
No. 'OF
EXECUTOR SAID ESTAT '
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Bessie ..Lovett Neel, 115'cIves .SUBJECT TO: Judgment recordedin 4 t M __ _
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Patrick .Furniture'Company and Judgment recorded in
'Qu1t nan. Georgia' J L Book 1 at page 117 in favor t.-
SRD .No. 28-R, 54, 58. 59 iof Patrick Furniture Company, ; a v
Frank Smith, 50 West Haven and Tax Lien recorded in Lien SY..yL.:Ay' }' ,y.J f. rf. JfM'
Arcadia, California Book 1 at page 295 in favor of 4f !Crqo.,36.? :

SRD No. 39-R, 40-R West/:42-R Internal Revenue Service, LaurieW .:N... Jn 'i.C.S : .,.n'X... l.. ...
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SRD. -No. 28-R, 54 58, 59 That part of ((1)) N% of SEK of : +Gar : .a.->:'. r., :' sdk
RIGHT OF WAY Section 25, Township 3 North,..Range .'
That part of ((1) NEU of NWU I 7 East, AND (2) Blocks 29, 30, 31.:
lying south and west of Madison 32, 33, 34, 35 and 36, of the origi- ,
and Thomasville Road in Madison :nal Town. of Lovett., Florida according ;-
County, Florida, in Section 31, I to plat. recorded in Deed ,\, .
Township' North, Range 8 East and Book "Sat page 230 public .
(2) Lot 1. of Block '27 of the Original :records of 1.ladlsoICounty, Florida

Town Naf Lovett, Florida. as re- lying each side of and within 50 t ,
corded in Deed Book "S" Page 230 feet of the survey line of State

; of 'the ,public records of Madison' Road S-146 Section 35580-2150,
County, Florida,)lying each side of said survey line being" described as
and within 50. feet of the survey follows: Beginning the East line
line of State Road S-146,' Section of Section 25, Township 3 North .-

35580-2150, said survey line being Range 7 East at a point 358.9 feet ., s
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described as follows. .Beginning on Northerly from the Southeast comer, ,, : Cq: : ,
r line of Section 31, Township North \> 3': ,. :... .. '.
the east of ,said Section 25, run thence
r 3 North, Range ,8. 'East at a 53 degrees 27 34" West 2783.50 : :

p point 669 feet Northerly from the feet to the\beginning of a curve con- I rZflTglazoous \

Southeast corner of 'said Section .cave .to the Northeast having ,a ,
'31. run thence North 54 degrees20 radius of 1909.86 feet, nun thence .
03" West '318.08 feet to the- begin- Northwesterly, North and ', North !iIP'P styling! : r .,
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ning of a curve concave, to, the easterly along said curve through T '
Northeast having a radius of I:an angle of 64 degrees 42' 57" a Fine-line fine car styling plus! as much' ( ,

2864.79 feet run thence. North- !distance of 215720 feet to the North 'i ica's biggest cars-all yours with Y4.ft.t .
westerly along said curve througha 1 line of Section 25, Township 3 f compact economy and at compact I
total' central angle of 18 degrees r North Range 7 East (South line of ,
39' 50** a distance of 933.26 feet to Section 24, Township 3, North Discover for yourself-NEW big car in

I the end of said curve run thence Range 7 East) at a point "3019.8 fort-high, contour-tilted seats.'.'NEW i
Ii North 35 degrees 40 13" West feet Westerly from the Southeast higher,wider doors.N Wconvenience. Car"S '

L 458,25;-,feet to the >beginning of a corner of said ,Section 24. containing t t f wells. NEW engine efficiency in 112 to

I curve :, concave to' the Southwest 3.326 acres more or less, exclusive of ... .. OHV Six or V-8. NEW giant safety,
having a radius of 1432.40 feet run existing road right of way" /: longer life. See all ten exciting new -
thence.!; Northwesterly along said OWNED BY: HOMER frUOVET, ces, .
Surprise Car of the year! .1'.
curve through a total central angleof FRANK SMITH AND HIS WIFE;;

29 degrees 50' 30" a distance of SARAH SMITH, W J LEWIS Test drive trey : .,
746.0 feet to the end of said curve, AND HIS WIFE FRANCES
.America's Action
run thence North 65 degrees 30"' 43" LEWIS AND CARL ALSTROM new

West 796.24 feet to the beginningof AND HIS, WIFE, .CAROLYN SEE IT TODAY AT YOUR STUDEBAKER DEALER!
to the Northeast ALSTROM
a concave
curve
having a radius of 1909.86 feet, run SUBJECT TO: Judgment recordedin C. VERNON RAGANS, CORNER DUVAL AND DADE STREETS /

thence Northwesterly along said 'Judgment Book 1 at page 5 in IS
curve through a total central angle favor of J Vickers, d/bla Vickers -
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ft r' AT YOUR" .-\ Classified Ads ':' $0: BUGS BOTHER YOU? -


OKAY, LETS GET RID OF 'EM, AND FAST. CALLtfSJtfOW .
HELP WANTED-MALE ,
Chuck Wagon I
,- SALEON i Real Estate Opportunity COLLECT IF ROACHES, ANTS, WATER.

+ BUGS FLEAS AND TERMITES ARE MAKING YOUR
: "t'or ( ,, PEELED CANE AND CAN YOU SELL? ,
,
\ ,'; IIFE MISERAB E. WE'LL ELIMINATE 'EM, AND
OCTOBER 15th. R D'PAno FURNITURE! Strout :Realty seeks 'area represen:

,. ::; Also 2-Pc children's suites manufactured tatives- ;: Money-maker for the man YO:T MUST" BE ;SATISFIED! I ....
: here. A.small deposit will who can selL Strong training, guidance
95 hold till Christmas. They are built *and support. Company furnishes ,BURKE EXTERMINATING CO.
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Dinner
Sunday : strong enough to support two'adults. ALL advertising, signs, forms, sup .'
18-ft LARSON boat and trailer plies. Hundreds: of live prospect 'Phone 293.J ; Perry, FloridaFor
almost HALF RRICE. leads each month. Nationwide advertising -

,*- YOUR CHOICE 15%-ft LARSON speed boat and brings Buyers from every- .. .
railer-LESS than half price. where. You must have: initiative ASSOCIATION SHEETS..
ROAST .
CHICKEN AND DRESSING
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!r' : .. excellent cl1aracter"bondable), sales FUEL OIL Cafl] -
'" BAKED HAl\I'- ,
.i -n',- : :", L wisHam ability financially responsible. Opportunity The Middle Florida Baptist Association

.... GRILLED CUBED, SIRLOIN STEAK ,f''J". T". .::i .:: with the World's Largest J P JOHNSON I is meeting Thursday andFriday
: ;- SETZER'S SHOPPING CENTER real estate Supermarket. ,' ., at Lee and Brewer Lake.
; CHOICE F ANY THREE STROUT REALTY, Inc. '
:J FOR SALE: Florida Black rye. J H 251 Park Avenue South 00 3-2277 r ,

"" CALHOUN. 7-tf-ch: -New' York 10, N., Y. .
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MASHED POTATOES \ ". CHOPPED SALAD MADISONIce
... CANDIED YAMS "'- GREEN BEANS FOR SALE: One 1959 BSA motor- 15 dairy heifers, Holsteins; Guern- Slake King( Dies :- -

CREAMED CORN PEAR S' LAD cycle, super-rocket. DAN MAUL- seys Jerseys. Vaccinated, dehorned, .- & Storage
COLE SLAW POTATO SALAD DIN, Lee, Fla. 7-tf-ch 33 months old, to have calves in ,
November and December. One mile At Table i I
; HOME MADE; CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP 'f; "'' ;; FOR RENT: Apartment unfurnished, west of Dowling Park in Lafayette NOW

.' SERVED ;. ,_ available immediately Phone county. J. A.,' SIMS, R 1, Mayo. '
WITH Blake Claude Edwards King, 48,
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SMITH DRUG STORE, HU 3-
y.
HOT ROLLS, BUTTER COFFEE OR TEA: .,c.:,' : 6262 or MRS KIRBY REICH- Swift 4-2735. 7-2t-pd died suddenly at the table. Friday Curing and,Smoking

AND DESSERT .- MANN, Ph. HU 36371. 4-tf-ch night at his home south of town. He \ .
PECANS -- was a native of Suwannee County.He -M-E1T"

LOST: Reddish colored cow, with leaves many friends who regrethis .....
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: l\ white and red spots on face. has passing.
We will again buy your pecans
Special4v 1 1. horns, {weighs about 540 pounds this season at top prices. Survivors are three sisters Mrs Buy One, Get One Free of
9 and is gentle. Had two sales -
We have: Inez[ Godwin of Lee; Mrs Violet
stamps on back. Last seen in Hollett, Jacksonville and Miss Hor-
$ Plenty of Texas White Ber- ;
PaIAEFREEZER'
BURN- .. Carter
woods pasture near CARL Mary
muda ,onion plants. tense King of California; :four
ETT Reward to finder. S .
place. -
Georgia red sweet potatoes, brothers, Oliver of Madison; Golden '
D Phone HUnter 3-
BLANTON
Plate' Lunch 49 7-lt-ch $2.50 bu. R and,Paul of Jacksonville and Von. -
6540. Bushels of .fresh peas.for AND
__ Forth Worth. Texas. LOCKERS
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'r: MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE: FREEZING or table use. Funeral services were held 'ltes.day" BULK STORAGE
& fsi Fresh fruits and vegetables.
Dandy light boat, used once like at,' 10 a m in ,the chapel Of the 1 ---- ,

i new. Cost $75. Leaving town will J. I. Surles ,& 'Sons. T j Beggs Jr Funeral Home with
Rev
.James Dryden sell for $45. See at WELLS Skier Edwin Turlington officiating.Mrs ICE DAY OR NIGOT?

BOAT CO. 7-2t-pd MADISON, FLA.NOTICE Vernon Ragans rendered organ -'
lasses ,II: i .!J1jJ i music.Burial was in Macedonia 7tOt7fiPecans : t.
: f i FOR SALE: One used Fuel Oil WE' WILL BUY
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Floor Heater excellent condition, cemetery. u :
f : I "M.lttl '
Rev James F of
64
; Dryden, age thermostatic control, all automatic. Pallbearers were Messrs ManicLatiunons ,
Jacksonville, died Friday night in Priced to sell. J B DAVIS, JR Have truck coming out of Jacksonville Amon Tuten Will Sealey : :

';''St Luke's Hospital following a brief SMITH DRUG STORE Phone HU 3-6601 Madison. 4-lt-ch each week partly loaded:. Arthur; Williams Clayton Holton lIb1p '
Contact J I SURLES at HU 3-2395,
illness. He was a native of Suwan- and' Frank. Stpkes.RADIATORS.
Madison Florida FOR SALE CHEAP: Oil heaters, Madison, Florida. 7-ltrd ..' }i
t nee but had lived
county fifty years drums, and copper tubing; also 2 REPAIRED QOfhon Daniel
'.In" Madison County before moving "' ,.< furnished apartments for rent. ,
|H6 Jacksonville a ago. He was NOTIGEWilliams : J J HU t523. 'I IcWILLIAMS, GARAGE "' s
year ,, : MRS NEWMAN, 'If you're proud ef f it _
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engaged in :farming for a number of 6-tf-ch -
Andrews Inc.'wlll ; tT -
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years. He was a member of the : :
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v Southern Baptist 'Association! and be "dosed'alT,_ : day Saturday, FOR RENT: Two bedroom house bring it ,to the ::' :This newest Goodyeaf'gives \"!

was retired from preaching but was Oct. 14th, due to circumstances unfurnished. Located near' the -, .

V: instrumental in leading people to beyond our control. For service Tobacco ware. Contact Warehouse VIckers and Implement Precision- North Florida Fair!":''' -" S 1' you what you want} ;.:. .

Christ all through the,years. ,He will Phone HU 36382 or HU 3-6 68Ragans.Tuten
5-lt-ch
be missed by many. relatives and Co. Oct. 31 Nov. 4

v, "friends. General Dress making. Alter- _

Survivors include his wife, Mrs Wedding ations, Mending. MRS DUR- ;' ECON 0 MY I. t

Mary Lizzie Dryden: three daughters WARD SMITH. Phone HU "
Mrs Coleman Raines, JacksonVille The marriage of Miss Jean For FUEL 'OH CallJPJOIIN1SON
3-6156 Madison 5-4t
', and Mrs Gus Phillips and Mrs Ragans and Lamar Tuten will be I. :

i..Robert Sandefur, Okeechobee; six solemnized at the. Madison Presby- EARN WHILE YOU LEARN,THE ITS_THE 3-T. NYLON '

sons, Quinton. Lee, James West terian church Sunday afternoon PRINTING TRADE. We have an
Hollywood Burton. Paducah, Ky: October fifteenth All-Weather l
: I at five o'clock. .
; opening for one young man appren- HU 3-2277
Bennie and Johnnie, Jacksonville All relatives and friends are cor- tice. The Enterprise-Recorder. ": '.,' ,
and Louie, Fort B nning, Ga: five dially invited to attend the weddingand Pay a little, get a lot. That' econ: ,
sisters Mrs Janie Boyd, Myakka the reception following in omy and you get it from road
Death of Mr WilliamsonJefferson rim with this newest Goodyear.
City, Mrs Zanie Phillips, Clearwater Presbyterian Fellowship Hall. I Dies As Result of Nylon.to You get it in 3-T triple. :" ....

;,Mrs Josie Rawls, Tampa; Mrs Hat- Daniel Williamson age tempered Nylon Cord body thaff A
Miss Dr and Mrs E E tough, lasting. Get it, too, in a1 .
tie Williams Live Oak, and : Snow and Miss 89, better known as Uncle Dick Accident -1 tread designed, for really stretch: "

Louise Dryden St Petersburg; three Billy Edna Snow of DeBary vJsitec passed .awayaet Ws home Thursday' .. .. : ... ... ing ixiilc.._-_ "* : r. r .,
Mr C P Kelly and Mrs Ernie Hower- -' r. .air s- t
brothers, J C BrooksvilleFand Olin afternoon south of Madison. He 'was.
ton and family here over the'week -
and Lee, Tampa; 23 grandchildren; a life-long resident of Madison

and one greatgrandchild.Funeral end County, and had many relatives and Charles ,A (Bo) Lewis: age 34 6.70 x ISftprS7 Ford $-I "

services ,were held at Mrs C Wells and Mr Bill Stokes friends. died early Sundaymorning in the Has Ch..vy.ro. 88
.,
3pm Monday in the Lee Baptist I of Wells Furniture Co are attendingthe He Is' survived by his wife Mrs .Brooks County hospital at Quitmanas NyJH.d.bat.r, I

church conducted by Rev I T Carter Furniture Market in Atlanta J D Williamson one son Matthewand a result of injuries received in .

Rev Charlie Knight and Rev this week. one daughter Mrs Dula Webb, an automobile accident near Quit- 7.10:15 ,All ut prices II pl.t .
...
Lorace Cothron. Mrs Inez Smith both of Madison; fifteen grandchildren man.Mr fit ore. Dod'17., off row old eM.Rtick t:
was piano accompanist for the For FUEL OIL CallJPJOllNSON and a number of great- Lewis was born in Autilla but Nah. Old. s I

choir which rendered several songs. grandchildren; one brother John of had lived in Greenville sixteen ILrcM w tint NEE-111E an. Raid_. 'T1JIfUSS 1RJtII

Interment followed in Macedonia Madison and two sisters Mrs Morty years. He had served in the US SJQxIS S12J SlSJt17J4 SUM Si1.N '

Cemetery with T J Beggs Jr Fune- Lindsey. Madison; and Mrs Da Army and was a member of the 740 IS 7.1 fa 15IJXJiU 1413 -

ral Home in charge of,arrangements. Hale, Lire Oak. Greenville Methodist church. fit. Sam.: a 113x15 111 iS.U_ -

_Serving as active pallbearers; -00 3-2.77.. Funeral .services were held Sun- His survivors are his wife Mrs 7.10}IS.bov.I d s t, 73Qi14 12M__ -- 1417g- -: -
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were Messrs Simon Kinsey Jr Raymond Rona Lewis of Greenville his 1.11. '
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i day at 4 p m at Midway Baptist 1.oei11 11.19 MMKG
Mercer, W Whigham, James H J Brown. Cliff Maddox. Gene church conducted by Rev Lorace mother Mrs Mec Lewis of Aucilla. :c' .

,, Williams, Edgar Barrs Charles Candy McLeod Cleo Phillips, 'Rev Barney; Cothron, Rev F"mkeUand Elder W and three, sisters, Mrs Hazel Wil 7:50:14fit.
Jack Whigham Andrews S A Kinsey Sr. Eugene liams. lalone'Fla sr, 41
Harvey Dryden : C Stanaland of Perry. A quartet ; Mrs J T Bullart. 15 MONTH GltAJWmD
Vernon Perkins Frank Davis, Phillips, ,Frank Rutherford Eddie sang' several songs. Burial followed Homestead: and Mrs J B Thomas r 1 y 1... t b, Against normal road hazards

Sevier Odom.Honorary Rutherford. Dalton lercer and Rev in Midway cemetery with T J BeggsJr Monticello and a number of nieces Wit' -i.e., blowouts, fabric
Messrs Frank Under- Nettles and Rev Patterson of Jack- and nephews and many friends breaks, cuts-except repairable
Funeral Home ,in tharge. 1.00:14 Limited to
punctures.
; wood R L Williams A T Altaian sonville. Pallbearers were Cary Albritton who regret his tragic'death.Funeral t.t. w e d original owner for number of

services were held Monday o.at+. months specified.: .
Fred.Bell Waldo Martin, 'Jack Williamson -
a dealer
cl.ysh.r. 'SO Any Goodyear tire
Pete Gandy and Gordie, at 4 p m in the chapel of the t ;t! 1C1.vy i .(over 60,000 in all 50 states)
Williamson. T J Beggs Jr Funeral Hpme'f'withRev will repair tire without
I Julian Maddox and Rev Harold charge or make allowance
tire based on original
oa new
CIRCUIT COURT I. Johnston officiating. Organ music tread depth remaining
MONEY
r" 2DDDO Tuesday. Oct 10th was played by Mrs Vernon Ragans. and the current *TD odyearprce.

Charles L Davis plead guilty to Interment was in Evergreen ceme- DOWN .-

unlawful aiding assisting ,and:being tery at Greenville. Al tow as$1.25 Waskly v}. '

interested in and connected 'with Active pallbearers were Messrs /1;': fora full oat1:0OIPEAR-
the promoting and conducting of a Buddy Becton. Cullen Barker. Jake

Westmoreland Turner Johnson. W
lottery for money.
IC I> C Robinson charged with S McGuire, James, Barclay and J L, : :
9f4.reL
found McGuire. .
breaking and entering was --", -
,r guilty as charged. Serving as honorary pallbearerswere ,;. PEOPLE itLOI ON GOODYEAR TI& S THAN ANT_OTWRKt_ | J

Messrs Leroy Handley, 'Sidne .

Western, Auto Associate Stafe : .. x GAS HEATERS Thomas McLeod, Cooper J D Bishop George J Handley A Miller. F Ydlow Pine Truck Stop

J. J. SALE. JR., Owner ,g : s H Reams Joe Reams 'and Hubert

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for October 15,1961_ ... I I I -.,., ,. .,
!I / M S IB r55 k.* i *\n J st's $' fr 1 3i' '- : : '.

i THERE may be many things I 'L QvLZ:
like to know but the :I .'
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only two things I must know are ., .. g.; : :. 1iiI % >'-'"ftJr.,, '..._.'"{.:... ; L 4 ,
not things at all but persons: 'i. A I

God and myself. So thought John .. ,.

Calvin and most people would : : .' S
agree,with him it they take timeto ; .
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edge objects they of knowl are : ; / "\ i'p .,..t. .., s. J.J. .. .':!,

the most difficult '.1....... _. ,-.{:-j:: .l.. :': C..l"t! ,". 4;

though for 'differ-: I '

ent reasons. WeshaU 4 *
aBs areman- ,., .
'.vut&gateathe'--_ knowledge not 'of now our la- ." :: < -

selves. Let us think a little .about ...- ,': .j :J' ,,, .
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be known as we- ,know cats or ,1". '.1'. \4\ ,\ X '" ,..
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duce laboratory specimen of .- .. ;
God ,to, be:.put into 'a test-tube. ;'':.': ... .. i .:'.': :' \ : ,
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Spirit Ef
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"No one comprehends the : \ ; .
thoughts'of God the ,." .
except Spiritof J..
God." (I Cor211. In other ,i' :. ;\;\ .>: 'IItk ibi"p'JJ ; S/ .

"words, only.God knows the inmost : ..' : .t
truth about God. We .cannot.walk ""''j

right in to God's, mind as if 'we '.1 -'
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authorized to ask questions even ',1 ..e-. J.t1
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of the Almighty. We have to f 3::. '2E..... 7'.
i wait humbly' until God sees' fit ( \.
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to.reveal himself.. Yet on the othr ,.
hand ,we need not be idle while : -

we are waiting._ Besides we :
should not expect the 'knowledge

of God to flash on us' all at once' .."' .- ". ,. ..., '
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like stroke I' (
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a lightning. It isnot .
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possible to know all the truth 1 : '
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about God now or any time .be, :, 4 \\ -:, :. .

cause God is infinite: What can "j j. ; S ... .- .S. ;
lie known of Godt only God p .. .
can ,, .. ', .. 1 t e L r
show ;us, by his Spirit; and this .. ::
will be gradual,, not: all at once. { _, r.1 l. w
One thing is that
clear-namely, '

know whatever through we'do'the know Holy of God Spirit',\we:f ; : : ; i''... :'This. is the best bubble he has. ever; blown, biand, shin .: *> ,


4'_'T way;eke the'ioly. are .two Spirit poInts teachea'nsenabout ;.about the, ., t 'J1-tE CHURCH JORALL 1I".. .and' fuH... of rainbow... lights. that Dimmer. gaily ras;he-blows F.,,".dad' :;=: '. _
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only to those who want,(to know* 0 f.a .
ri4''the Spirit ,speaks, through;" / the ,building of character and good citizenship Inevitably, there will come'the'.)moment, when ,he will bto W' too,hard '* :; .ti.:.. '
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sometimes commoxC 'sometimes It is a, storehouse of spiritual values. Without! astrong

{wonderful once-in-a-lifetime-. "Church neither democracy or civilization t and,the bubblewill,. J. burst. : And then. what was_ .a thing.of bewitching beauty .

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fcerlences.Rod's can survive. There ,are four found reasons why orfll have vanished into airs '
'WordThere .
should attend services regularly and .
is no substitute for God' every person ,:

Word There is no question of |.support- the Church. They are: (1)l For his Some of the brightest-appearing things ,in life are no more stable .. ". ..:c _

either-or,=;that is. it is not a ques own: 'sake. ((2)) For his children's sake (3)) For ",'
tion of learning about God from ; than bubbles. They can shatter in an instant. But there are values' ,' )

the Holy Spirit or from the Scrip.es. y the sake of his community and nation.. (4) For _
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It is rather a question'earning of :\,: nhe i. sake of the- :Church itself. which needs his that endure. the. kind of values we learn In Church. The Church -, V-*-" *-1 *: ':': ,.

through the ,ScrIpturesy '. :-. i moral and material support. Plan To to'- achieve and '
solid real
the illumination of the Spirit. : go can help us something and the faith-it, -r' j

Many of us make a mistake)fat church regularly and read your Bible daily .. ; ":* :...

&his point We read the Bible ; teaches, us is, in no danger. of disappearing today..tomorrow.. :;, : '.'. >
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through once, ,or we read the 'S ': '\' ;1 ;,. 'J :-." ; ;. .1:: ,. ,' 'I'-.; ;: ", .' ;..= .
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Sermon on the* Mount or some f. S s or ever. : / 5 '' -,,-. d.t . other part of Scripture, and be. ,..- 'i !' :z

cause we have :read it once we .'

suppose nothing further can be .. .. .. : ;f ... ,.....-..'.. ......,... .., .
learned. On the contrary, just ir" y y ;. "
as Jesus in, the =synagogue.' and : :::::.. Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday. Saturday : r
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with his two friends on the road 4 :; 5'Ecclesiastes Matthew Matthew Esther Psalms Matthew Mark I c'

:to Emmaus "opened" the :Scrip. > l : > Yx :
Lures which had ,been familiar ..iI:.,:
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)ret never rightly understood so .' i. i. ';. ;: .' d',
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to this day. Much of Jesus' teach : :- L: $ Copyright,1961 Keister Adr. Benrke, Inc.,'StnuVorg,=V| ';j', '
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light on the Scripture. So we can .. i : 1 .' '': .: .
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say that one way 'to learn about < .
Cod is to study the Bible againfend Messages; z- and .: ;. ;f .
again in the confident hopeSthat : : ,Establishments: -
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the same Spirit who inspire '' ," ..r ,t'ti. .
It will illuminate us. .. '/ .- Z--' -
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Another way in which out ; .
;knowledge of God can grow is, : .' ;
this: to share his win and to L. J AGENCY : : '
DRUG MORROWINSURANCE .
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share his work. This is the way to J i ,.
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be no impenetrable dark mystery i ,, Truck & Tractor ,Co. ,.,. }becoming to us Phone HU 3-2355
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: t Notice is hereby given that the following described lands in the

City of Madison, Florida, ,or so much thereof as will be necessary to '
BUILDING Cy Ares lO pay the ,amount due for taxes of 1959 herein set opposite to the o it'st man!
; 6 LE rsL same, together with cost of such sale and advertising, will be sold

: at public auction on Monday, the 30; day of .Oct. A. D. 1961, at the tII!rosti! ROOT
hour *of 12 o'clock noon, at the office. of the City Clerk, City Hall, ."tit I iti is
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.' N ELI 0 ..71f' S% Lots 1 & 2, Block B. Fraleigh--. .. .
: .211 ] Smith Sub-Div Theodore Warren $21.00 HAMMOCK H-D CLUB handbag in a lovely cotton print,

i 0 E.H11L ? _______ Lots 89,\ 10, Block'} .C, Plant '. <* > The Hammock-Home and Mrs Zipperer gave instructionson
? Addition Joe & Mary Graham 7.00 Demonstration covering shoes in matching materiaL
f1 MATERIAL /' Location Lot 19 Block E, Plant Addition Avera Moore & J Sloan t ,16.501 Club met with Mrs G F Rykard

1' .e VALDOSTA CyprtM Si. Lot 10, Block F, Plant Addition Ollie & Rosa Frazier 2.50' Sr Sept 27.. Officers for the coming Mrs Powell gave patterns on
Lot 20, Block Vickers Sub Div James Barfield year were elected a:? follows
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t Asphalt Shingles ......_..$ 5.95 making a planter of plywood material -
15 Year Warranty Part of SWU, Reed DB 73 PG 331 -Willie McCray & Perry Oliver 2.90 President Mrs Mary Vickers,
t' Per Sq. Part of S% of NWU, Reed DB 62 ::1 Vice President-Mrs Montey Vickers and also some other nice

f 4x8x14 AD Plywood ..sheet $ 2.45 PG 367 Robert James \ J .00 Secretary and TreasurerMrsW patterns for woodwork.

;a 4x8x3/4 AD Plywood ...sheet $ 6.15 Part of NE*, Reed DB 81 PG 40 J B Delaughter 2.50 W Catledge, Council Delegate- There were 21 present Including
Lot 4, Block A Hal Stoy Sub-Div. Buck & Annie Franklin. 9.50Lots Mrs J H Calhoun, ReporterMrsJ 4 visitors. Three new members

f Disappearing Attic Stairway ...._....._...$14.95 7 & 8, Block H, Hal Stoy R Martin. were added, and the meeting was
Sub-Div. Alex Richard ... 5.00 dismissed by a short
after
'f Outside White Paint ...............gal. $3.35 Lot 12t Block H, Hal Stoy Sub- Project chairmen! also were which the hostess served prayer,
pound
High Quality Mildew and Fume Resistant. Div ___ Gussie Mae Johnson3.00 named.
cake
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t /2: in. Celotex Sheathing ......per M $55.00 Lot 7, Block 2, J L & W- L Tooke .' r'"' Mrs Almon Zipperer, H D Agent, cream strawberries:; and ice I
Waterproof Sub-Div.: Milton Bell 3.00 gave instructions on the use of
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l Lot 9, Block 6, J L &W L-Tooke f'' ". !' ceramic tile in making planters and Our next meeting will be with

Celotex Ceiling Tile .: ..........per M 107.50 Sub-Div. _____ .Peter Buggs j i 3.00 hot dish pads, and on covering Mrs G -F Rykard Jr. "
12x12 or 12x24-Diamond White Lot 8, Block 6, J L & W L Tooke !. r !shopping bags and pattern holders! M' 1- I
by J R Martin !
PAY CASH': AND SAVE .a. CALL CH 2.3160 Sub-Div George Barfield 3.00 with _contact paper. Much interest II "".
#I Lots 5 & 6, Block 2, J L & W L j was shown in the construction of a,I Club,.Reporter I

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CHEMICALS ; Inc. Tooke SID 0; : ..-j- : Rachel & Bennie Benjamin 4.00 j
ALEX H SMITH, TAX COLLECTOR ." NOTICE I
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P jiavegaheat rs the TownTof GreenvilT'F1"so"hitlCh'thereofas'will be neces.

sary ttf pay the amount. due for: taxes'xrf. I960, herein set opposite

/ Drink DR. PEPPERlovely for L .P or Natural Gas, .. be to the same, together with costs of such sale-and advertising, will I
sold at public auction on
Monday, November;6th,.1961 at 11-00
The family,of the late Mrs Thel- also oil heaters a. jm.. in the City Hall' in the,-Town. of Greenville, Florida.
Jones wishes to --;-!
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f of distress. We want to thank all and bless each of you is our prayer. ) i+. ::i. h 3 of SE& Reed ..
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( of for the beautiful flowers 7-lt-pd Willie Lee Cowart. [
j you Store Madison. 20 1 N 7 E 8 Part of SWli of : 11.95
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20 1N 7E Part of SW% of SE&, .. :..t.{:. : -.- fi "'-11.95.*

MRS WALTER PULLIAM.. Reed DB 92 PG 90 ........... .. ._ :. John Carter ; :, -H :li"
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"You will get my 20 IN 7E Part of NEU of SEA' '::-t- ,-.t '!1.63
'" Reed DB 28 PG 284 ..
> Fred James & ,:''ff ''..Jj1-1.!
attention Madison Funeral services for Blk A Highway S/D Lot No. 10 I ;'" ,; .(,. $

personal Mrs Walter Pulliam 71, of Madison Reed DB 34 PG 66 ...... ..........r... Susie Randolph. et .al.Simp ." 'ft f ....87
Blk A S/D -' j\\' .
who died Highway Lots No. 18,
r and best service 9, Saturday morning Sept 19, 20. 21 ...., .... Clemons .'.$**......(
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; church Sunday.. Sept 10, at.,4 Grace Porter_ %:; ,8.30
f '.,., __ __ p.....jn___ .. 21 1N 7E Leggett S/D Lots No.. .. '- .6* ., I'.
Trim a"0 me .nty TT-iujwaru" uuveii n, rwev ....."........,._,,v.-- _-- .-.,.. r- 1...... .
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10 & U C F & Grace
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Paul Touchton and Rev C M Sap- In Memory of the late Mrs :Mariah,,, 2inN 7E' Part,of SW% of NW's f fI' Porterf1.!,.J.. -':. 25.03

pington officiating. Burial was in Savage who departed thisadife twtf Reed DB '86PG* 244 .........._...,_.. Katie Lou Mason .... t. -!
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N... drive into Arnie the Hanson cemetery. years ago October 14, 1959. I'Blk 20, Lot No. 10 Henry Johnson Jr .' 5.65

Mrs W J Bennett pianist, and a While life's dark Maze.....I tread, BIk 20, Lot No. 12 Matilda Fergirson: t(7'r. ;' 4.87

Medders American quartet rendered music. Rev John And griefs around me* spread !!Blk 20, Lot No. 22 _. Johnnie B Wise 1'<'l '' 9.08
u. .r Davenport of Perry was soloist. Be thou 'my- guide; Blk 20, Lot No. 23. "--.! *"K Simp Clemons r t.,,a ::2.06

She was a life-long resident of Wipe sorrow's tears away; I Blk 25, Lots No. 5, 6. 7, 8, 9 .....:..- Henry Johnson ...,.,.. ,.,,i..k.. i: : 3.93
Service Station in Madison County. She was fa mem Bid darkness turn to day. Bile?25, Lot No. 4 & W* of Lot 3 Virginia Gandy ; ;-a:: ;: 2.37
.a Children Mrs I Blk 31 Lots No. 27, 28, 29 30 it'-4i. ?-
\ ber of the Hanson Methodist church Signed, : Charlie M ; Rosa James ', : : Barr, Mr Jamie Savage Mrs EstherM Blk 33, Lots No. 13, 14, 15 _? J Vickers, est. 'f. : -I--J' 3.31
and a Charter'member of- Barbara 4t-
Madison." ARNIE the Johnson and Mrs Carey S Bell Blk 34, Lots No. 18,19, 20, 21 _. Clarence Bellamy .'14 ',;.il; 10.80
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; Home Demonstration advt. Blk 34. Lots No.7&; 8 _' L Mary Lee Wise ttit' 6.65
i Club BIk 35, Lots No. 3, 4, 5, 6. 7, 8, 9f '; t H ,Jri '/0- ".
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Walter;. two sons Wilbur Pulliamof 19, 20, 21 -i Penny Preston :!, >11,:;::ji;A493:
t \ Valdosta and J W Pulliam Jr Higher Than Ordinary Quality at Blk 36, All of, -i Clarence Bellamy -"', .**';*"." f '.' 5.65
of USAF; three daughters, Mrs Lower Than Usual .Prices! Blk 39. Lots No. 1 & 30 _1 Lonnie Jennings '{%it..sf'.t t.' :2.37
Blk 40, Lots No. 31 & 32 -; Bud Bee ..
Beulah SJr .
Downing of Pinetta Mrs SEE 2J37J
.: ,*ta .,w' Harris Blk 41. Lots 13, 14, IS, 16, 17, 18 ;: .
Geveva of Madison and Mrs '
19.. 21, 22 Vickers, est. '"t i ::.. :
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Mary Dryden of West ,Hollywood; McLeod Furniture Co. .... 't'
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\. Mrs W C Littleton otf.iadison; GREENVILLE, FLASISTER -, this includes Lot No. 8 of Blk 35. j' Penny Preston v.:.-'' ', *.S--t' ,.*;';:. 3.31

.. three brothers, Thomas Smith of 1 Blk 45, Lot No. 17 L Mac Johnson ._ ;:2XJ6
Jacksonville and E J and John A DIES Blk 45, Lots No. 1 & 2 w.__. E Thebna Evans Annie N Davis JX)50

:> Davenport of Miami; and 'fifteen BIk 45, Lots No. 7, 8, 9, 10, 11. 12f ... --t,.j
grandchildren. Mrs Georgia Becton, 74, died in 13 14, 15, 16 : Henry Johnson ;.s ''4.43

.' Pallbearers Littleton Jacksonville Thursday. She was a Blk 45, Lot No. 6 Henry Johnson' ,' f, 144
were: Billy
member of Mt Horeb Primitive Blk 46, Lots No. 24 &' 25 _-i Henry Johnson ::1;. 4 2.37
Elbert Strickland Edwin Davenport Baptist church near Pinetta. She Blk 46 Lots No. 10, 11. 12, 13,14,[ r r
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Roscoe Hudson Carroll :Agner Joe was'a 15. 16. 17. 18. 22, 23. &; N% oft .
native Hamilton
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Dean Agner Wilmer Strickland Lots 19 & 20 i.; Mac Johnson 4.93
Fred Pulliam. and Joe Smith and had lived in Valdosta about BIk 48 Lot No. 4 1 t, Carrie Flowers 1.44
t Pulliam.T sixty years before moving to Jacksonville Blk 47, All of, t Mac Johnson ;2.69,

.. J Beggs Funeral Home in eleven years, ago. Amongher Blk: 49 Lots No. 3 & 4 _.. ......, Johnnie B Wise 10.80
survivors is one sister, Mrs Blk 49 Lot No. 12 Eddie James 1.44
Madison was in charge of arrange- -- t
ments. Laura Downing, of Pinetta. Funeral Blk 49, Lots No. 10, & 11 .,.., ......,, Joe A Potts 2.37
ARNIE MEDDERS services were held Saturday at Blk 49 W% of Lots No. 24 & 25 Nellie Henderson .'. 2.37
: A Mother. we miss you so.. butrweknow .
ones Mt:'Horeb church with burial in Blk 50, Lot No. 29 ... ;, Rosa Lee Lane ". 2.06
you are' with the loved: the cemetery there. Blk -50, Lot No. 28 -. WIllie Lane. Jr. 1> .- f 2.06

x to on the other shore. Blk 51, Lot No. 14 _.._.._...,.,. Abraham Roberts&Hester t Ross 2.c>6
: t ,We will live in such ,way"that Blk 51, Lots No.'17_& 18 ----: Mary Lee Wise 257 a

American Service Station we' will' meet you. some:day.T t T: Big assertoent ofHalowe' Blk 5L; Lots No. 15 16- less road, J Vickers est _' "J, 2.37 ?
The family of' Mrs' W fter'Pu1- 29 IN 7E 1% Part of SEA of: -.
NEK Reed DB.51 PG 304 George Bush; 2.87
( en Candies at 29 7N 7E Part of NE% of NEB

MADISON, FLORIDA liam.DiiiikDR.PEPPER Reed DB 70 PG 173 ,, Marie Payne 2.87

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HOWARD Saturday October 14

DOUBLE FEATURE :

THE WRECK OF THE MARY
Lumber ComparrV DEARE, Technicolor starring Cary

: Cooper, Charlton Heston, Virginia .
and BUILDING SUPPLIES 1 rwr McKenna. The strange story of

"Wrecker" Patch-the ship he

V C CHAMPEAUX Cherry Lake do killed and the 'man he saved. An
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{f ":;;;{. ,. /5 _. ,y"l Jort ji'T ,, ,-. COBLE'S FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR story of a lad and his dog. See thekj .

> .. : ." -- =:1 '::' ,- :"T FOR THE WEEK OCTOBER 15 THRU 22 f pooch that hitch-hiked form Nevadato

c ':. California. Cartoon. ,
;\ S :IF INTERESTED AN OWNER-COMPLETED .. :
ry'.. ta _" ; .-' r.. for ra Day, "T.1Is ws.. r... Bite e.. Sunday-Monday October 15, 16

HOME, SEE HOWARD STUDSTILL MBERCoMPAN: 'CRY: FOR,.HAPPY. Eastman color.
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: S TUE WED THU FRI 'SAT SUN ; .
starring Glenn Ford, Donald
-, ., -i-2 : 15 16,17 I I 18 I 19 I 20 I 21 I 22 > O'Connor Miiko-Taka. The happiest
/ to to to 2:::::) ):0 )::::>> ):::::J in
solution to 'a housing shortage
NO MONEY DOWN. FINANCING ADJUSTED TOy ;., /:_ .f.!. 551} 6:48 7:45 8:41 9:36 1050,: .1\:2,4,11:59 military history You'll cry for

4' '..'.: ,, ..:, PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PMt happy with tears of joy at the
YOUR REQUIREMENTS < Y" .> ,.; ; madness the on the
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... THE SAVAGE INNOCENTS

Technicolor starring Anthony Quinn
1 1; % WE WILL FURNISH BATHROOM FIXTURES, SHEETROCK HOUlIAO--- Yoko Tani. A magnificent drama of

life and love in the frozen north.

: HOT WATER HEATER, AND LIGHT FIXTURES, : x: N t" Actually filmed- in the land of the
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midnight sun, amid the strange
FOR SMALL. EXTRA, '" MONTHLY PAYMENT. customs of the polar Eskimos.
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I .,. Jack Hogan, June Kennedy. They
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for a girl's love. Thrills in the track-

T down of vital defense secrets-and
7/fc HU 3-6106
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to remind the landowners of Madison charge. GREENVILLE LOSES TO 1
October 19 20
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County that they .have begun The Florida Forest Service' would FLORIDA HIGH
KING OF THE ROARING
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their yearly fireline plowing. Any- also appreciate any landowner whois
David Janssen Dianne
.one wishing firelines plowed please going to do any burning to notifyus starring ,
Foster. The life and time of Arnold
contact us, ether by phone at HU ahead of ,time at HU 3-6411 of The Greenville High 'School foot-
Rothstein. The when New
3-6411 or by letter at Box 184, the time and place. Anyone waniingor ball team was outplayed last Friday days
York was really gay. The true storyof
Madison, Florida and give the loca- needing assistance we will be night in Tallahassee and Florida New York's-and our country'stop
tion of the land. Each landownergets glad to help with the burning withno
High won 52 'to 0. gambler He found out too late
15 minutes free fireline plow- charge, as long as the equip-
that he his life. Cartoon.
ing each year and all plowing after men .'is not needed for wildfire.. ,All types Mechanical Repairs misspent

the at $8.00 15 minutes per hour.will.If you be chargeable want only Drink DR. PEPPER I 'on, Cars and Trucks. Corn $1.05 in Jasper

I 15 minutes plowing, there is no Mc WILLIAMS GARAGE :

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year-our Junior fire Marshals work to promote the.
I fire safety! principles they learn members: of the n -
Hartford Junior Fire Marshal Program, ,

If your youngster is a Junior Fire Marshal,he or she

will soon be asking your help to inspect your homo .
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start now; and you'll have pleasant fires in Madison County this year .

memories of the late September which burned 282 acres as com- W) As 1, Y

days you spend preparing them. pared with 41 fires burning 221

Tm talking about dried arrangements. acres for the same period last year. ,

Many' materials lend them- The increase we believe was due f

selves to processing for winter to' drier weather fire
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The roadsides the fields, the fires. : J :: ;
woods the swampy places are I .
with nature's bounty. I Crew organization remained the -
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-the clusters, the single spikes- over of personnel remained very '" ,
the foliage all stimulate the Imagi- stable during this period. Air patrolwas

nation. A few simple guides assure used in the County the same as Here's the "heft" a man wants '
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success. Pick materials on a hot, the last several years and is still ", S .
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dry day. so there is no moisture on proving very effective in the de- J lo ..
them. Hang most flowers' upside t tection and sorting of smokes. Z. i V the leg-room a family needs :

down to dry in a dark place like The Forest Fire Prevention Com- .
your garage or attic.A mittee lontinues to operate in the : ir 3. 1 .

I special glycerin treatment is County. This is a group of local GET THE QUALITY EXTRAS THAT MAKE THE DIFFERENCE. quiet ride, too. 'deadening insulation all '

used mainly for foliage. Remove dust citizens working with the Forest This brawnycar stands out like a man among the boys. around you-:260 sq. ft. of it. You ride in quiet luxury. -Ji. ; I

from leaves. Pound lower end of Service and has been very effectivein For greater stability, there's extra weight and a longer EXTRA QUALITY ALL AROUHD..needsservice only twice a :' .

leaves or stems to split bark, loosen assisting in fire prevention and wheelbase .(120) than in, other cars In its price class. year at 6,000-30,000-rnile intervals. Go 6,000 miles be- i. ,<":

wood. Then stand them in a jar other Forestry activities.The Extra room inside for 'the family, extra room in the fore oil changes or minor lubrication,30,000 miles between ;
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containing a mixture of twopartswater crews completed 337 plowing .' i 30.7-cu.-ft. trunk for the luggage. It's a 6-passenger major lubrications. New anti-rust anti-freeze coolant "'
to one-part glycerin. The requests during the year & assisted .
car, without qualification.MEBCURTS mood for 2 or 30,000 miles. Brakes are self- J. '
years
liquid should cover three or four 71 landowners with Control Burning ; 1 ,;
1 THf LR4E LUXURY CAR gives a adjusting. Other features add savings on the upkeep of '
:: inches, of the stems. Allow a week of 9,134 acres as well as assist- TCP-t3F you "
d' o r more for absorption. ing 14 landowners with 1,157 acres smoother ride than any car in or near its price range, body and engine.> All>his within the popular-price range! : '

Low growing plants like ivy ab- of Confined Burning. thanks to exclusive Cushion-link Suspension. It's a. See for yourself..soon..at your Mercury dealer's*' < -i

sorb glycerin through the leaves. The crews fought numerous build- UMCOI..aa..., DIVISION HIt UEKCUftYS PIIOOUCTS Of C3 wX MOTOR COUPAMYI / .. '- "
Glycerin changes the color of some ing and other miscellaneous fires ;' # 1" J .. ""
leaves. in the County which has proven I Wi A.1 MERCgfiY AT ANHMftMEMENT SH6WINC.18: 'CARS GIVEN AWAY..12,680 PRIZES IH'All ; :

: Glycerin treated Cleaves last for Very beneficial +to the citizens of :. :.,_. ; '(See yopr Mercury deafer and discover how you can win one of these fabulous prizes.Now to October 14.)' ) "...,
solution -In ; sealed the rural "'
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.r; foliage) for desired ,effects. Unit were $57.91455, from July 1, MotorOinpany" } ,
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.'N '.' and plants for wintertime Federal funds $48,812.55. -- ," ': -

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''< I[, 'Ptraitie NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE. WMAF SCHEDULE. SRJC ELECTIONS

I \: .-' ,,' By Clerk of Circuit Court j.* ',. ':'fI r' 1

Restricted WEEKDAYS The. results of the Suwannee
6:00 SIGN, ON ., River. *'Junior COlleie..stud; Iit 'elections -
Notice is hereby "given"that''' the 6:01 GOoD'NEWS i "
'ar&: as follows.
undersigned. Dale ,M, Leslie, Clerkof 6:10 WORLD & STATE NEWS :"'STUDENT GOVERNMENT ii

,/ Circuit Court of Madison County, '605: Y . r Florida ,will,,.on _the? 16th day.
,< i October, i1c1, .!t.|1:00 o'clock'a.m. ,e".. l'* (MON. WED.,. FRI- Secretary :._...-..,_.-..,.-.. .:Alma ,Keys
t io ., at the West door of the CourtHouse D-'a.'V'' )
Treasuter .:. .7ulia'ThompParIlatnentarian kint
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,In Madison County in the NI.Ws ;
6: WORLD _Bobby
A Bellamy
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: IS 1- City of Madison, Florida, offer for 6:55 S"tATE"NEWS' =\&QPHOMORECtAS xPresident
r sale and sell at public outcry .to, the ':00' 'COFFEE TIME a
_,:1. BobbyBellamy InaE
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/4 W highest end best bidder for Cash, 7:25 MORNING SPORTS SHOW Vice-President Alma
Keys
'' the following described property 7:32 COFFEE"TIME \. 1;' --
( Treasurer Mary L Hudson
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i situated. in :Madison County. Florida,, 7:40'REPORT; FROM T ALLAHASParliamentarian. "...__ David Green '

to-wit: SEE (TUBS.;; THROUGH Reporter ',..:.- ...,,. Julia. Thompkins g -i : _
I AH that part of the Southwest '. 'SATO Chaplain, ..,.-_,..,,..,,.,- ,Louise Davis L
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Quarter of, Section Four, Township 7:45 WORLD 'NEWS. FRESHMAN CLASS +

\ One South, Range Seven ,East, ,that 7:50: STATE NEWS President __ Robert H Williams
lies West of Greenville-Perry Highway 7:55 iWEATHER NEWS
+ Vice-President Charles C Jones
.f known' as SR NO. 55. All that 8:00 'COFFEE TIME .
Secretary Barbara J
part of North Half of Northwest 9:00 -CORNING DWoTIONS Haynes
Treasurer L Evelyn Miller
Quarter of Section Nine TownshipOne 9:15 -SWEET MUSIC TIME" Reporter .. __. -Nathaniel-- Williams J3'P'
South, Range Seven East, that ::9:30MARY.BLAINE TIME Miss
Suwannee River
lies West of Greenville-Perry Highway '9:45 _MUSICAL INTERLuDE and her Attendants Junior College

Photos_ of politicians (for the known as Sr No. 55, includingall 10:00 MUSIC UNLIMITED Miss Suwannee River Junior:
College
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building on said property. 11:15: PUBLIC SERVICE PRO-
62 heats) and an occasional Rosa L Glee.
pursuant to the final decree of fore- GRAM
passport. closure entered in a case pendingin 11:30- RECORD SESSION Attendants: Alyce L, Cole, Mar-

E-R PHOTO SERVICE said Court, ,the style of which is 11:* (SOCIAL SECURITY PROGRAM jorie Simmons. and Daisy Grant. 4 -F"I

G F ANDREWS' AND MURRAY I TUESDAY)
SUWANNEE RIVER JUNIOR LOU :ANDREWS STERCHI, as executriX 11:50 STORK CLUB (MONDAYONLY ATTENDS COLDENANNIVERSARY
COLLEGE NEWS under the Last Will and ) I ; : dIre =
Testament, of Virginia A Algeo, deceased 11:55 YOUR FLORIDA GARDEN Mrs. R H Rowe left Wednesday :- : ,
Plaintiffs. 12:00 WORLD NEWS for Atlanta and Gainesville, Ga. s
Student enrollment at the Suwan- vs. 12:15 -NOONTIME NOTES She will visit her son Dr William .
'nee River Junior College has exceeded RALPH E DAVIS and CLARA L 12:30 !TALK OF THE TOWN Rowe in Atlanta and-will also at- p

200. There are 71 Freshmen DAVIS, his wife,. Defendantsand 12:40 FARM: NEWS tend the Golden Anniversary at .

(49 female, 22 male); 46 Sophomores the docket number of which is 12:45 STATE NEWS Brenau College, Gainesville, of her =, z
(32 female. 14 male) makinga number 208.WITNESS. 12:50 PUBLIC 'SERVICE PROGRAM sorority, Tau chapter of Alphi Chi i
hand and the Omega.
total of 117 full-time students. my
official seal of said Court, this 30th 12:55 WEATHER 'NEWS '
One hundred and are COUNTER TOPS
one persons day 6t September, '1961 1:00 HILLBILLY HIT PARADE -
enrolled in In-service courses DALE M LESLIE, Clerk of the (FROM THE PASTOR'S APPLIANCES

.(English, Typing, and Spanish). Circuit Court of Madison County STUDY WEDNESDAY) '
Florida 2:00 GOSPEL TIME' KITCHEN ,CABINETS. .-

Mr and Mrs M C Carroll of HAMILTON. D UPCHURCH, 2:30 PU LIC SERVICE PRO- / t' 1fD.i -,_" J ;J ,Sale Jr is photographed with

Houston Texas, spent several days Attorney for Plaintiff GRAM I -' I I" I II Mrs 1 Essie Floyd of Greenville two nice. ,bass he caught recently. I
here recently with Mrs Carroll's Exchange Bank Building. St. 2:45 MUSICAL INTERLUDE entered the Tallahassee hospital
Augustine, Florida. 6- -ch 3:00 AFTERNOON MELODIES .A601 tl .WVM' .'ncu1)4 f' Thursday. (E-R Photo).
S Childers. _
mother
Mrs Mae PROGRAM ''mAY '-- ,H' _;; -
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BUSINESSMEN-----: 4:00 RECORD REQUEST < .
5:45 SPORTS HIGHLIGHTS

6:55 REPORT FROM TALLAHASSEE -
Newsp f>er ;advertV ...Howerton GOOD Supply_SELECTION Company .' .MONDAY( -

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ing can J kip'y* Hake. .;t R McClure of Tallahassee /6t5 TIGHT. TIES /. 4,'
-rrf j, was*the.*guest' :of::Mrs W "T";.Davis : '
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money as well as have Thursday and Friday.HAMBURGERS.. .FIVE TORE MINUTE. :THE NEWSCAST HOUR; NEWS. t.., # ,.

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DLII ...S4irIlUJt&f81 \VHltE-TOP DRIVE&N.O HACF ,HOUR *' .+? f' t
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t AND STEAKS.- '7:55 7:30 TRAVELING NEWS STARS.. '..+'"...'. ',?;' y;; ,..--I

8:00 GOSPEL HYMN TIME \*; .
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8:30: SHOWERS OF BLESSING '
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,"rfIsn/tit fun. 8:50 STATE NEWS AND WEATHER \I; PIO

8:55 MORNING SPORTS SHOW

to romp on warm, ( 9:15 9:00 ;MORMON JIMMY STROUD CHOIR .

2" 9:30 LIGHT &: LIFE. HOUR '
CO jlp,()r '* If 10:00 NEWS TIRE
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10:32 MEDITATION, FOR. SUN'DAY -
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1Q:47 PRELUDE
.. 11:00 ?COMMUNITY"TO""WORSHD CHURCH Speedway-proved *fortti f ripike


.J 12:00 12:15 NOONTIME WORLD NEWS- OTES '.,-' fj;;; / Asa safety.with Firestone AEAD ALL ABOUT
THE EXCLUSIVE
12:30 GOSPEL CONCERT HALL
I 12:55 NEWS ._ precision-bladed tread' design : /FEATURES tht$ tt h..th mott tmakf
1:00 PROTESTANT HOUR MftMtioiul tire buy
t -, 1:30 HOUR NEVER BEFOREavaiiabe! M ptie inarRSt tooar i .
: OF DECISION on a ., .'
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5:10 EVENTIDE :- -:' .,w tire selling at this price! '.it"F..t.,. .-Oi' /.InL.:

5:29.. SIGN OFFBRIDEELECT +.": i' Ok :
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HONORED "
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Mrs Robert Andrews and Mrs NYL racca a auHD'
TMAO C$> Mcota '
Henry Stallings were .hostesses Monday b Ni II. 1.aeM1.......,;... ..
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f4, Lakeside at a bridge party honoring :, i: with Firestone Nationwide ) _. F
Miss Jean Ragans bride- c *'*>. H! Plus and g,!

elect : tire off your csi a, .s.um.olm'lIq
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Arrengements of ,Fall flowers : leees
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were used in the" rooms where ...........,.IatgM rn.
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places were arranged'for three Black -' ,- '

tables of players. High and low : Tuba r- i t 'L4'
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E P Sanders Jr afet q.e,,4.u ,.
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Wayne
$ Weger respectively. ''*, .{ Every new Firestone. tint it ONLY( >*<3 !MORE' ;; "'

3 give your family Mrs Henry Ragans mother of the I GUARANTEED : .' .
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.healthier happier warmer: bride-elect and Mrs Azel Zipperer I ,amataMdetects for ttwbfo 0 _._ roductory\ ..'."< .'T-L.<-._.";<. I '. .
home with a.-.beautiful, newEiI'EtiLSFI joined the guests for "refreshments. 2.Against ot the normal orifiafti ro.d trod hazards *ctimto ; .'
Chicken salad sandwiches petit (except repairable puncture) to... .. l

I fours, salted nuts and punch'. were! 'encountered car in ow everydayjMaaenger ,for the NO MOlpY ipW .ewlair SM y M...........frM't ,
i '. pomber of month apecified.Repairs .
served. ] j made without4 chare.xrpUcemenU with yoti olt iires ,
Miss Ragans was given a lovely : prorated en tread ;f'IIOYIO #
; wear and baaed OR lint pneeacurrent ,
GAS HOME'HEATER silver*bowl by the......., hostesses.... .,._' '_:' :" ': at tone of sdinent. FREE InstaJration y.a,er r .
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SIEGLER has the hfc;built-in BlowerLSyrton and_e i-.>: 750-14- Goodyear Weather Lf.

dusye Inner Heat Tubes that give you the cojsfort; 'V"I 1 .... ._.. ,. .
mirade of SUPER FLOOR HEAT.Come m and NyJet'.T..e I.It'r,. -':> -
ask for m demonstration and tee how this new .
Seller 1 irfll:pay' ltaelt whh1*J .,,;;:\ .jj L" '
As1 Uw ," : ;
the r fuel, it tavet'. _"-f ( i. .. As ,$1488'JO" } : t..:; ,d.- .lt E 1 L sae( a'31 ,-;4
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,Plus Tax aad Exchange; :

Western Auto Associate Store :: : .
Mesi4y
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FOR' FUEL OIL, CALLa ,> -,,k I,

-, T. (Buddy) McWilliams, Jr. i \ .
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*,-:AGENT, STANDARD:OiL CO. [1A.iP9 .?AMK :
HU 3-2279 FREES t)

J NOTICE OF APPLICATION,
6IEEH STAMPSWITH
: FOR: TAX DEED / i .w"

:., NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
COUPON AT YOUR t
Smith, THIS '
that Boy holder of Tax Cer-
:.:,, tificate No 3 of 1958, dated Sep- NEAREST WINN-DIXIE STORE !
tember 2, A D 195$, has filed said r Void After Limit One Coupon To Adult With
Oct. 14 A 5.00. or More Food Order
certificate in this office and made
: application for tax deed- to issue
,, thereon in accordance' with law. GilM G0.NfAMPS fTAa/Pf

Said certificate embraces the following
1 described propertysituated, Quantity Right FOR EXTRA GIFTS. .

in. Madison County, Florida, to- ReservedPrices '
I IN DECEMBER ,
,
: r Good Thru Rv

wit Lots: No. 12, 13, 14, Blk 5 Town m k. October 14th SAVE EXTRA &tf ',:i/-/
of Sirmons.
The assessment of said property ROOD'SO0 Green Stamps NOWt

under the said certificate, issued .' .
was in the name of J A CAMPBELL A"
Unless said certificate shall E- t
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be redeemed according to law, tax

deed will issue thereon to the Sun4giand .
highest bidder at the West door of

the Court House in Madison, Florida 1 $Moic
: on the 6th day of November, aou AK

A, D 1961, at 11:00 ;A.M. S 0 K E D507L E. WHOLE s R pCNiC
Witness my hand' and official

'seal this 30th day of September. -
-' A D 1961. / 2 fl _
.. Dale M Leslie ,
Clerk Circuit COurt -

;,.v, Madison County, Florida .



\Jft'Sheriff Commended S, H Moore by 6-4t-pd $ ri n-ics LB. /Jf :




Beverage DirectorIn ,- Swift's Premium Canned Bob White Sliced



the Tallahassee- Democrat of .H AMS ''BACON.

Oct. 4, Tom Lee,, State Beverage
Director, commended Sheriff Moore
for his assistance in the Fred
Porter Lige Webb'' and D C Williams Of -
moonshine cases: : :: : .1-LB. 59 4
"It Is a pleasure to'work with /H. PKG.: -
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Sheriff. Moore in this investigation.He \ F
and Eddy worked day and night. (It -
This case is an outstanding exampleof ,_ '
the dangers of' law enforcementwork Jonathan Red AH ,,
Purpose
since. either Moore or Gerrell c .
ccould have been 'shot tf In making. .
:s NT,
the raid on thestflL'-. *' .

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:;. WEEKLY, .FISHING.......i,;.-.. .BULLETIN. ._ :;_,' :' ...i '), . Apples. 5 LB.' 39f 'f/' .

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For the. past week so speckled ,: ,1. -, P '"'?' \ oJ {
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have been I
perch liltIng'very i'es: r"' .
well. A few people of this and surrounding ','i--..,? ; .:. ..\. 'i ':\f
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counties said they did. not ; ; i

know we had speckled"perch in fi' .St.3"k''w '
this area but'it is a fact that most ., idahobaking potatoesOLE02 .
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of our large lakes and. rivers ,
..- are. \ ; f ,J
dull of them. :: .
Along this time. of year our / t -r

larger ,bass leave shallow_ waters .
and head for the deep.. .. '-j.
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suggest -0 -J .-
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Lawrence; Rowell : '
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-. MADISON WINS NO 3 ) 1Ir. .

MORTON'S Beef, Chicken, _Turkey, Salisbury Steak, Ham or Meat Loaf

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Madison High School's-- football .... <, ." .
JftA1-w: surmt'
team made it of "
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three starts last Friday night in
Mayo when they defeated the Lafayette W'r
Inners'
county boys 28 to 7. rOzen /
:Madison did most of its:' ground .

gaining on straight football. :Making
the touchdowns were' Floyd (2)), .., GOLD MEDAL SO
Barker and Weger Bradley Smith THIS COWOM fOft

kicked all four of the points after !: j; IH .rMI SI.I .,; :#
touchdown in as many try*. FLOUR 1O89ANY Y.M N.aMI Wbw Dhi. o
Mayo scored near the :end of the III z ; & .T.Th.M Rtfftterfy, i:;

I first half when,Land. threw a pass G\ 7W0 d When Yw frrcw.a .

from his 45, yard line 'to Knight CRACKIN GOOD '.11II110 Far.s as
-\ who ran the rest of the way to pay -...

.c' dirt and ,also. made the extra point. fIII [ fig bars 1-1B.. 39; 50 vo o*rrcr OCTOru umDKG. SO


.; ATTEND LIBRARY' WORKSHOPMrs -< ........, t
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.. L E Leslie, Mrs John Henry !C "
Plant, Mrs tIt L MUlinor and Mrs ... -'
Maxwell -
t Hyem Kramer attended a Regional ; Heavy Duty House
; ,' Trustee-Librarian workshop in Tallahassee .
Thursday. The meeting: .was i
:-, one of five to be held in the state.
t Mrs Gretchen Schenk a nationally F AB \ COFFEE -
j ; known lecturer writer and librarian w .r'
r. was consultant for the workshop. 6
;. S L Townsend, chairman of Suwan-
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nee River Regional Board of Trustees -1 a
Was guest speaker at the noon r '; GIANT II l-LB,
i luncheon. He gave a report of the
t; American Library Assn. Trustees to tV? : BOX I ''II CAN ,J"N.
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meeting in Cleveland and also told : '- -
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f of the status of state aid in Florida. T m t1of your Omit 1 ofyouf*

-:(, choice at this price j7- choice with Food IiI
.. : with Food Order. i& Order. "'
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I: -- S _'- -*S-I White S Detergent Pock.d ". ;
MORTON CREAM PIES_ .. :-;, Blue or Vacuum CoffeejJ"
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-. "- :.E./J. D. ScruggsFORESTER Proceedings of' CountyCommissioners .r Marriage Enterprise-Recorder certificates-office.sale at The BUSINESSMEN: -'-"



CLASSIFIED AIDS t' REGISTERED, Ph. HI/ ':3-6186 SURVEYOR Lawn Mower Parts and Newspaper advertis-


_. !MADISON FLA. make .
ServiceMcWillIAMS ing can help you

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY: For !Madison Florida

saleCoinoperated laundry ,with October 4, 1961 GARAGE
{ 16 Westinghouse washers and 6 The Board of County Commis- money as well as have

dryers located at Setzer's Shopping sioners of Madison Co.} Fla., met this
FOR RENT OR SALE: Two-bed- Centerall equipment in very in
day
W. 6. Davis Jr. regular session.. The Chairman
room house and lot south side of good condition excellent return Hon. Elsie' King called the There being no Jurther business':fan in business. '
.
i Cherry Lake. Also threebedroomhouse on investment '- reasonable -
meeting to order. All members were the meeting: adjourned. I
REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE: for rent on northeast side terms write REG, P 0 Box 754 present. The meeting Was opened ,ELZIE KING, Chairman -
ACREAGE FARMS of lake., Water and fishing rights or phone 223-0876 Tallahassee. ;
with a prayer by the chairman. ATTEST: I Call n 11[3-6361
BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL free. J 0 McDONALD, Pinetta I 48-tf-ch "The, Board had advertised forbids DALE M. LESLIE"' Clerk

ESTATES RESIDENTIAL. Fla. 5-3t-ch on re-roofing the Court House.

APPRAISALS FOR RENT: Two bedroom house. FEDERAL LAND BANKFarm The Clerk mailed notices to threeor
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ABSTRACTS OF TITLE Call HOWARD STUDSTILL HU more firms engaged in this type Madison Gas Co. Madison Gas Co.
TITLE INSURANCE Timber Ranch Loans of business. The bid
following
3-6106 office. or home HU 36630. was
,
112 West Base Street' Terms Low received
49-tf-ch Long Interest and opened: '

_MADISON. FLORIDA SEE THE REPRESENTATIVE AT John R Sevor & Son Madison,
Phone HU 3-6277 HELP WANTED THE MADISON COURT HOUSE Florida: .

t SALESMEN' OR AGENTS EVERY TUESDAY MORNING.. '"We will remove existing roof, I

Farms For Sale Man or Woman. Pleasant profitable install 1 layer ."
.' of rosin side paper iiiiiiiIII
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route work. Full or part time. Large J.> ... }
cover with 30 lb. Follansbee coated : it'- ... / JI
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% Graham Wheeler house, $325 down. repeat' orders. Earn $2.50"per'4 our : ur tin seamless terne roofing with 1 "" ',;,v- .'..''... -.....
Benjamin Davis, :3-bedroom 2"bath or more. Age no barrier Write isGLASSI1 coat of 1st grade aluminum paint. : ::--' .;.

}rouse. 4H% mortgage.The McNESS CO.,' Box 2766, 'DeSoto) We will also repair. or replace I ''. 30 GALLON KEE .-. ,: ..8t.

Tilden Norris .3-bedroom Station, Memphis 2, Tenn. 7-2t-pd gutters where needed. Old roofing .

house. HELP WANTED: AT ONCE. Per- .ci.aIY will be removed from property for :: Gas Water Heater

203-acre Cherry Lake farm: two business GLASS the total price of 4610.00; If =
son with car for Rawleigh .. .
good houses, good pasture. On highway awarded this contract we will do it
in Madison Co Buy on time. /GLASS LOCK & Glass Lined, 10-yr Warranty -1"
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One 17-acre farm 2-bedroom. Iin a first class workman-like C/J
See W H Cone, Rt 3, Box 135' MIRRORS : \ '
house some. pasture. manner. We can start this Job In 3 .s! : -

Don't worry a lot, buy one in Greenville, or write immediatelyto weeks \or sooner." c3 .'.aL .hi".r.., '-- ".'," '
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Livingston Spring Acres. Rawleigh, Dept. FAI-1 0-301: I VALDOSTA GA. The Board awarded the bid to : .."
John R Sevor & Son. .
Memphis s, Tenn. -
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Broadus Wioughby Sept, 29 Oct 6,- 20 pd Registered SurveyorPhone The.Board. adopted a supplemental \

budget to the General Fund 'HARDWICK .
REALTOR WANTED: One used Calculator HU 3-2372 (Arthropod Control) as _advertisedin :
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Phone HU 3-6481 Madison ,from owner. In good condition. MADISON FLORIDA the local newspaper. This budget .
CHERRY'S FEED STORE, Lee will appear in detail in these p Gas Range $149.50 pet

Fla., Ph. HU 36471. 4-3t-ch JOHNW.WADSWORTH minutes.Dr V S -;
John Sands Dean 'Students Completely installed with two 5se

WANTED: Share cropper for 16% of North Florida Junior. College, 100-lb .gas cylinders o

acres of tobacco. Phone HU FOR asked the Board to assist in beautifying c_ -a' .
.
$19.99 down $7.05 mo. .
,
:3-2374, Madison. 4-4t-pd PEST CONTROL SERVICE the strip of land between old .
List your farm and city property 1 CALL U S 90 and new U S 90, just Westof

with us for nationwide advertising. WANTED: Part-Time Employmentby BURKE the Hillcrest Dairy Bar. The .
|fo charge for listing. several North Florida Junior EXTERMINATING CO. Board agreed to assist in this matter. J Madison Gas Co.

College Students. Anyone needing PHONE 293-J PERRY FLA. Mr Albert Lundy County Fores- nc
Bob & Beanie HU 3-2226 Madison, Fla. 0IS
Searcy such help please call North ter, made his annual report, for :

RT. 2, BOX 130-A Florida Junior College Business LIVE STOCK AUCTION 196061. R. H. "Bob" Dye Charles Wells
Manager or Registrar. Telephone: Sell your cattle and hogs in our At the request of Hon S H Moore
Mrs "Pat" Bule
H
MADISON, FLA. Agnes Young Eugene
HU 3-2288. auction each Monday. Sales start at Sheriff, co-director of'Civil Defense
PHONE HU 3-6487
1:00. ?MONTICELLO STOCK the Board agreed to:make approximately '

FOR SALE: 48-Passenger used FEMALE HELP WANTED YARD,. Inc., !MonticeUo Fla. $500.00 available for civil MADISON GAS CO. Madison Gas Co. '

School Bus, in good condition, WOMAN WHO CAN DRIVE Registered Angus bulls for saleat defense purposes. .

with good tires. Only $550 for If you would. enjoy working 3 or 4 all'times.. ,, I.

quick sale. FRANK J MORGAN hours a day calling regularly each Let us spread your Dolomite-Hl- : -' '
Rt 1, Box 160 Greenville, Fla. month on a group' of. Studio Girl Cal-Ldme and Phosphate Prices rea I

6-lt-pd Cosmetic clients on a route to be sonable. FOR BETTER SERVICE .
established in and around Madison "; ;
CALL SUWANNEE SPREADER
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BEFORE SELLING your timbercr and are willing to make light deliveries 'i; .:,- : "
timber'land., please see me. We SERVICE Phone collect to Forest ::
are also- interested in buying' a etc., write to .STUDIO 2-2560, Live Oak, Florida Day or _, ..: \ '
GIRL COSMETICS Dept. OW9, tf t; ._ 24tchMrXED i .
limited amount of pine-hardwood j' .
/endale, California" .Route wilLPfttxip .' :i' o -C... ,-,. R -, r
pulpwood-"delivered" by trucks to 'H -y-'rit
hour. S ASPHALT PAVINGWe
7-3t-ctt
to $500 '
Foley, Fla., or loaded on- R R cars per % pave drives, parking areas, : / '2fade :
See write or call :. ROUTE, MAN WANTED. MUST BE -streets, eta Top quality. Fair Clothes

L. P. GIBSON RELIABLE AND AGGRESSIVE prices. WAINER BROS., Inc. Ph ,, '
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Rt. 3, Madison. Florida NO LAY-OFFS. CAR AND REFER- CH 2-4011. 110 S. Fry St, Valdosta, .: /1.-': -n .... .
Phone: Cherry Lake 8363 ENCES NECESSARY. WRITE: MR Ga. 45-tf-Ch J

CAMP, 659 WEST PEACHTREEST. : : : ;- ( Une.f \ I
FOR' SALE: Plenty of live fish S
., NE ATLANTA 8, GEORGIA J FURNITURE>, ,made like new For .
bait shiners minnows, pond worms, 7-4\'ch f .best qualitj reupholstering, see
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blue wigglers, crickets, sand maggots Southland Furniture Co., Valdosta,
tackle, and a good brand of NEED EXTRA MONEY-FOR Ga. MRS. C. M:. PLANT, Madison
guaranteed fishing poles, plus a CHRISTMAS Our Representativesearn Representative 50 tf-ch .
complete line of Bogie baits. $500 to 1000.00 during the

Rowell's Bait and Tackle Centeris Christmas selling season now in full EXPERT REPAIR ." .
now alr-conditinned to assure swing. We can help you earn this i:
t
:
you of more lively live bait: Also kind of money with 'Avon. Write '. .. __

we give 24-hr service to anyone. OUIDA C. SWEAT', P 0 Box, 540 SMALL ENGINES I
seven days a week. We have THE Live Oak, Fla.

THING! ; .' t
ROWELL'S BAIT '& TACKLE NOTICE SALES & SERVICE

CENTER, across from SAL Depot .
Madison. 41-tf-ch '\ .
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FOR SALE Cheap a three horse- GOOLSBY Dairy' property .n"UJe. -H 0 werlon Supply 'CC; "
power water cooled refrigerationunit Blue Springs community is posted.No

with two blower coils and Hunting or Trespassing.Oct. MADISON FLA.

single phase motor. CHERRY'SFEED 13-6t-pd

STORE Lee, Fla.. Ph. STATEMENTOF ',.:
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HU 36471. 4-3t-ch
GIRARDIN JEWELERS ?
THE ..
FOR SALE: Black rye Sure Grain OWNERSHIP $_
k-
oats and .Bledsoe wheat. Good I MANAGEMENT. ETC, OF : -I, '.
FOR THE GRADUATE OR BRIDE
germination. Ready for delivery in The Enterprise-Recorder < ; Z I;': 4ti
a few days. Ask prices. CARL SILVER CHINA CRYSTAL .,
published weekly at Madison F/a, ; .. '
SMITH, R. 2, :Madison Phone HU DIAMONDS, JEWELRY as required by Acts ol Congress, ';: ,< I .......-

3-6878. 5-2t-pd ,EXPERT REPAIRiNGII for October 1st, 1961. ', '.'. i ., : WEARY -of WASHDAY? Tired of sagging clotheslines. and .;

FOR SALE: Smith Corona Sky- NATIONAL Publisher and Editor T. C Me.- .

writer portable typewriter,,. in BRIDAL chant Managing Madison Editor Fla. and Business r t. ':,.'(,:,r.;:. !.. ;;heavy 4. clothes! baskets? Then dry your clothes the easy. electric t
.
zipper 54950,. cash. The. cleaner than because it's flame '
case Manager, T. C. Merchant Jr.,. Mad -.. way. l9 suns-hlne-worry-free : a.

ER.OLD. SERVICEA ison. Fla.Owners. '.... For a few cents a washday you save hours of hard work, ff' ;. ,
: T. C. .:Merchant TV.C.
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COINS OLD MONEYwill good selection of Merchant, Jr., Shirley Adele Merchant : f : every week. S. why not stop by your dealer's store and see his I
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purchase old coins and paper Sterling & plated Holloware Mae Merchant, Thomas,Curry p. < rww electric dryers. Remember, if you buy now, you_can=trod. :t
money. U S large size and"..Con-I by finest manufacturers Merchant, mt and Mary Anthony: .' 'i"j"

federate. / Many gifts to choose from .Merchant all of :Madison Fla. -. -j" <. in yeur old clofreslino for $5. _

J. EDWIN WHITE I 303 No. PattersonVALDOSTA Bondholders, mortgagees etc: j ,_.{ ,.':.. :4i4 .,
P. O. Box 930, Tallahassee Fla. None. 'f' ., : ,x: ::

5-3t-ch. GA. Average number of copies of each ,";j t .. -i 'f\:..
Issue5 of this publication sold or distributed '
{ ;
FOR SALE Pure bred 5'
: Angus bulls
to
all ages, $150 up. .R C DICKINSON preceding six paid months ftubscribera, 1980. -during ._, : C Lf. or '[ r:. ., .' :
HU 3-2517 5-tfch T. C.
MERCHANT.
:
T. M. HOWERTON JR. "" :'- f" "
Sworn to and subscribed before
No charge for using our Blue Lustre '
me this 9th day of October, 196L 4
CONSULTING FORESTER Clotheslines di
Carpet Shampooer with purchase of ;
ADELINE, L. WILSON -
9 TIMBER MARKETINGS. .
Blue Lustre shampoo. Mac's Furni- ,
Notary Public, State of FloridaAt 'j!
ture &.Appliances. i Duval StreetPh. -,
HU 3-6681 Madison Large. My Commission expires ..1.... .
purnished apartment for Rent November 23. 1962.COMPLETES. '. --;
Conveniently located. H T HOL- "' .

TON. Phone HU 3-2254. Madison.I CALL COURSE _.: e Trade In your old clothesline M a new electric Jryerduring

,5-tf-ch: Belvoir .,. October or November. Bring It along to .
:\ :Fort Va. (AHTNC: ) -- yourdealer's
FOR .RENT: Downstairs furnished J L Pate aft'Phone Army Specialist Four Ellis L Williams ,t 1i;;;; store when'CU'go to purchase your electric ;

.... .( apartment Private bath shower ,. 21, son; of Mr '..and Mrs S S -- dryer. -
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and entrance. MRS :M L WALKER 2525 Greenville 'Johnnie J Williams,, Rt. 1, Madison, a'. IT'S" WORTH $5 TQ YOUICORPORATION ,. .
\ 115. Dade cor. Horry Sts.. for 4'- Fla., completed 'the seven-week i fr R'. .( .

' I Phone HU 3-6243 Madison, 1 'itchi surface machine operators courseat ,, .
:>
Is SANDING: ,JL The Engineer School, Fort BeL .'
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FOR RENT available -
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: ,- VARNISHING1/ voir, Va.,.i.Sept. 22.VilliamS a -
Immediately. Phone SMITH DRUG
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entered the
Army in October 1958
STORE. HU 3-6262 or MRS KIRBY WAXING' and wsM \
ccompleted basic training at
REICHMANNJPh. HU 3-637L .
*" Old or. New Floors Fort Jackson, S C. '
,- ...-4.fchr --'" He: attended Madison High School .
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FRIDAY OCTOBER ilSth,: iOe 1




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THE WEST MADISON SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST NOTICE TO CREDITORS

METHODIST CHARGEREV. x CHURCH Florida Statutes
Services every Saturday at Madison IN THE COURT OF.THE COUNTY
C. B. DAVIS Pastor
,
American Hall.
Legion JUDGE, MADISON COUNTY
CHERRY LAKE CHURCH
Sabbath School begins 2
p. m FLORIDA IN PROBATE.
FIRST AND THIRD SUNDAYS Church Service at 3 p.mE. ; In re Estate of Harry L Milford.
Sunday School -1_',10OO..A. M C. WILLIS, S. S. S 1pl Deceased.

Worship Service 7:30 P. M. 'HAROLD YATES; Pastor Telephone TO ALL CREDITORS AND PER ...
SECOND & FOURTH SUNDAYS HU 36517. SONS-HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS

Sunday School. -JL, 1000; A.L Everyone Welcome! AGAINST SAID ESTATE:
Worship Service ___ 11:00 A. M. You and each of you are hereby

Family ,Night, Friday before First MADISON CHURCH OF CHRIST. I notified and required to present any
claims and demands which or -
,
701 South Range you
Sunday each month -at .7:30 P. M.
Sunday Bible Study 10:00 A. M. either of you, may have agairist'the
Thomas _Surles Church School Supt .
Lbrd's Supper and estate of Harry L Milford, deceased ? ;- -

i ROCKY SPRINGS "CHURCHs Edification ...__. ..,._ 11:00 A. M. late of said County, to the ..
FIRST AND THIRD SUNDAYS Sunday EVenIng Service 7:00: P. M. County Judge of Madison County,

Sunday School ......._:_ '10:00. A.- M. Wednesday Evening Florida, at his office in the courthouse

Worship Service 11:00 A. M. Services ._...... _. 8:00 P. M.. of said County an* Madison I
Florida, within six calendar
SECOND & FOURTH SUNDAYS e .
months from the time of the first
Worship Service 9:30,A.-M. .
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WELCOME TO
publication of this notice;;. Each ,
5 Sunday School 10:30 A. 7.1. .NEW HOME BAPTIST CHURCH claim or demand"shall be in writ- *
FamilY Night, Friday after Second dome Worship With Us ing, and shall state the place of

-Sunday each month at .::-7:00 P. Ml Sunday School 10:00. A., :M. residence and post office.( address 'U' r.

P. K. Rowell, Church School 'Supt. Morning Worship ,11:00 A., M. of. the claimant, and shall be ,sworn
Eaude Uuval. Charge Lay Leader Baptist Training Union 6:30.P.. ., M. to by the claimant his agent or
Evening Worship __. 7:30 P. M. attorney, ,and any such claim or
Mkt week"Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. demand not so filed shall be'' void.
: V: SHILOH CHURCH Brotherhood 4th Friday 7:30 P. M. REBECCA JEAN MILFORD,

'FIRST AND THIRD SUNDAYS I PJ lip Howell __ S. S. Supt. As Administratrix of: the Estateof :;:,
Worship Service 9:30 A.. M. Marvin Bass B. T. U. Director Harry L Milford, deceased.

-'SundaY' School .... 10:30 A.. M. BEV. ELDRIDGE LYONS. Pastor First. publication 9-29, 1961, 4

SECOND & FOURTH SUNDAYS LEE METHODIST CIRCUITLee 5-4t-pd -. '

Sunday School 10:00 A. M. and Hickory Grove Churches I CIRCLES MEET:

Worship Service 7:30 P. ,M. REV. L. E. DENSLOW.. Pastor Mrs A H Armstrong was hostessto
Family Night Friday after Fire AT LEE? the Presbyterian Circle' \ No 2 f a. ,::;
Sunday each month at 7:30 P. M Morning Worship Monday afternoon. Ten.members
Herbert Brooks.,. .Church-' School 1st and 3rd Sundays. 11:00 a. m.
attended. Mrs George ,
Gandy. presided 2
4tfi ,.
Supt. 2nd end Sundays 9:00 a. m. _
u Evening Service when the new year books I

."Wne..." :, Blair, Church Lay 'Leader, 1st and 3rd Sundays 8.00'p.i m. were explained and plans for year's .vy e r,r

-: MADISON CHURCH OF GOD Sunday School _, work discussed. Mrs' M Bunting was .
Runrfay: School 10 00 A. M. Every Sunday 10:00 a. .m moderator of the Bible study; from
I Youth Service Wednesday :SrOO'o.m, .Youth Fellowship the book of James and Mrs W T

'Bvenfng Worship 7:30 p. m. Every Sunday 7:00- p. m. Hollingsworth gave the program on
\ Morriin. Worshfn 11:00 a. m.' BOBBY .WILLIAMS Stewardship. The hostess servedice

r .... REV R M LONG. Pastor- Church HICKORY School SuperintendentAT GROVE cream and cake at the, close of

the meeting.
Morning Worship .
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JEROV AH'S WITNESSES Mrs Jack Wade entertained circle
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2nd and 4th Sundays 1120 a. m. .rt
s 118 N. Orange St. Phone .HU 3-6355 '" ,
Evening Service No., 3 and conducted the busi-
M1L'PIrTGS: 2nd ant:1.4th': .Sundays 8:00 p. ml: ness session when the year's work
Study .
Bible : "Wednesday.30 P. M.Service
Sunday ,.SchoolEvery was planned. The Bible study ':from
Meeting 730P. :M. 3.ceiis
: Friday I
; Sunday _, 10:30 a. m the book of James was presented
Ministry School: Friday 8:30 P. M.
Watchtower-Bible Study: Youth Fellowship I by Mrs T C Gibson,' and, Mrs T L

-, Stind -1:30'1'. M. Mid-Week I S Every Sunday Prayer'-Service 7:00 p. mS II Fraleigh gave. a talk. on :,Steward i'r, rs ', ..
Kingdom Seekers"! Welcome. I J '<
Drive at and
No Collection Taken. 'Every Wednesday 8:30 p.. m. :ship.The hostess served coconut cake, Drs; :,Marsall Hamilton f'ntJ h# :Friends?:: .of p.Mrs., Ha5 r'Rlb "{of ..U. S 90 in arftfeljy tfadlsDn.;: This Range track was
JULIAN ANDREWS, 'J 4' :1 E Sands attended 'an adminlt.ators' Bainbridge,. -Ga. are interested. to
.Church School Superintendent Ice cream' and salted nuts during know-- >sheis recovering satisfactorily recently bowled' over by another at
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CHERRY .LAKE ,"BAPTIST' I the social hour. --.? conference at the Universityof from surgery. Her brothers the practically blind intersection.
CHURCH, FIRST' BAPTIST CHUHCK : Florida last Thursday and Fri-
Thirteen members and one visitor Messrs Bill and A H Smith and M1'5pin (E-R Photo);;
day. The of the confer
Preaching Sere'every Sunday purpose .. .
attended. r
'Smith visited her the past .
,Y Morning Service 11oo..A. JLf Pinetta Florida 1 ence was to talk over with oth;r. I'

;;' f Evening Service 7:30: P.. M. PAUL A.- 'TRAVIS, Pastor Mr and 111'51 C Clyajt have re: key administrative officers in 'other weefc '
; 10:00 Junior Colleges arid senior hiStitu- -x- Seri W T Davis along with several
School :
'.(. Sunday School' every Sunday. at Sunday Bible a. m. turned from a week's visit with :Mr
;. 10:00 A. lrL"- -- .- S. S. Supt. Mr. G. ,C. Buchanan tions matters of admission; rep Mrs Buck Roberts and baby are senators attended the University of
; '. BTU Every Sunday.at.. 6:15 :P. M. Morning Worship: ,_ 11:00 a: in. and Mrs Raymond' Clyatt in Attapulgus quirements and:honors programs: for, guests this /week 'of her parents Mr Florida-Tulane football game In New

., Prayer Meeting every Wednesdayat Training Union' .. .......... 7:00- p. m. I Ga. the, gifted college student. I and Mrs S H Moore. Orleans during the week end.
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7:30 P. M.Brotherhood. Director 'Me T. C. Morris
first Thursday even Evening Service : 8:00: p. m.
.J month at 7:?0 P. M.v' Hour of Power, Wed. 8:00 p. m. '

1, Everybody W leome. Choir Practice, Wed. 9:00 p.m. : now! A NEW mm OfWl1aTH !

Ji_ R. COUJNS, Pastor R.A.'s Everyone meet Saturday is welcome 3:00 p. m. : : 'J


i'.:: PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH The only thing missing In our ,, .' ,,' -, .' ... '1
Preaching every Sunday ch rch Is (U). ; ( : r : ;

Sunday. School 10:00 A. M. ;
BAPTIST CHURCH iJ17q
FIRST l' .
Morning Worship __ 11:00 A. M. GREENVILLE. FLA. ',4 1<' ,: ,- f I:) rr

Sunday Evening BTU 6:20 P. M.Evening' Sunday School 10:00 A. M. ,.. t. < ... ..
Services --.:l 7:30 P, M. Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. l' "W.t
,. Prayer Meeting Wedo &!av Baptist Training Course 6:45 P. M .., .

Evening _.._......,_, 7:00) P. M. Evening Worship. 7:30 P. MJ: _"
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; W B SEALS, S S Superintendent Prayer:, Meeting, Wed. 7:30 P. M. "'.;J';;.J
J ARTHUR CRUCE, Training Union .'1.
MOSELEY HALL BAPTIST .I
Director.
CHURCH > .' ; ,
ERNEST "t.URR. Mater
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WELCOME TOM Pastor' .w- vaUghn Middleton 3 xr9ray ;..

!. ,OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCHSunday Chairman of Board of Deacons U 'h 4 -w- iI"
School 10:00. A. M. Mr S R Sapp / :r"

Morning Worship _, 3* .0: A. M. Training Union. Director f44tA tjj
Training Union J:30 P. M. Sidney R Moon : iy Jt! -
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.' 7:30 M. Associate Director Mrs Kelly Bailey
?" Evening Worship P. = .f= 1g r
.. Prayer :Meeting 7:30 P. M Sunday School Supt.
Church Business Meeting First _' ._- Mr. Hayward Andrews r
.>.' Wednesday night of each month. Pianist ':....,_ Miss Patricia Moons / >
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Brotherhood and W.M.U. Second ng Leader --_ Mr Leroy Cruce r 1
Thursday night of each..month Sunday School 1000a. m.Morning ': ;r,
., Preaching services' every Sunday.Come Worship llOCfaVm.: k J -,- .

: Worship With Us. Training Union _.,- 7:00: p. m. J : F
ltEV. DOzIER. SAPP, Pastor Evening Worship '8:00 p. m. x ',!', f i
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Prayer .Meeting ,...- 7:30 p m. ; ra 7 .. :
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HOPEWELL "BAPTIST CHURCH The. Lord;" The Father and His 3

Sunday Schoo10:00..A., M. family Bids; Welcomes each of iron" '
"r Morning Worship 11:00' A. M: to -come and' Worship -.withUs+ :; 162) CHEVROLET JOBMASHR TRUCKS W ,

Baptist Training'Union :6i30kP: .'M.Evening .whether ,.you' be> .poor' or whetheryou .". : .
Worship 7:30 P. M. be rich, makes, no differenced.,: "If' '_ \ J... J1I: .- ,.
':'.. Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. He welcomes you 'to come, and eat 4.63 tr1e

Youth Service S. P. M. Wednesday. .His Spiritual. food with us alL WITH'NEW _eP '1h Ibs tt taoae:.

v. L. SINGLETARY' ;' 's. s. 5upt, NEW HOPEFUL I ., j IUlICHD'I' t.ET.atDlESllD8IA8IUTY,
': J. L. WYNN. /B. T. U. Director MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH "3' s ...of Here's new High Torque Pevvetfor, tnapetdrivers see up, o,10V4feet- ,more of r Heroes new earning power for midd-
REV. W G DeSHAZO. Pastor: Services every first and third ?,"'-'" ,, every weight das-Wflhf, medium cl the. ree4 directly ,ahead. Like Chevrolet's weights....IOd..bOUofnlWn nance
.r Sundays at 11 a. m. and 8:00 p. m.' ,. heavy...ttae most powerful engines in proved.Independent Front'Suspension for costs, compact *fre, low weight top,
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1-\\ LEE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday' School every Sunday 10:00 Cb.vrol..thlstory.... saving power even smoother Tiding' ,. easier working{ ttJtr1I.VldloPpowtWi*
!a REV. I. T; CARTER Pastor a. m.Prayer. ... i:'" ," and dependability for,every .job.!" trucks. Like, the heavier: duty hypoid rear:. :
,: Services evertSunday Wed. 7:00 ... There are plenty of powerful reasons for axles for middleweights and the fugged .
,; Sunday School ?!* ,; 10:00 A. M. Meeting p. m. Chevy superiority. ''High' torque reasons. new t I-beam front axles'' :( -or 11.000-tb. ". .
Morning Worship *1 11:00 A. M. Training Union_ every Sunday 7:00- Reasons that range all the.way from a capacity) available for extra-tough Jobs on "
Training 'Union 7:00 P. M. p. 'm;: 1\-3; "mighty new 'High Torque 469 V8 for -Series 80 heavyweights. Like the longer .' "
Evening Worship. ....;- 8:00"P. '!.f. REV. W. T. BYCROFT. Pastor heavies right down to the thrifty Sixes lived mufflers ,Like work-proved Corvair -W
Prayer Meeting.Wed. 7:30 P. M. Including the High Torque? 261 Six* that's 95'a'(2 pickups and, a panel) that haul up to <' .. 90 tHt=.
t- available for the first time in light-duties. 1,900Ibs.! >> of p.ayjo dw; !ow-costdependa-, ....'. -- -: .
Earn Kg 4% Loads of other reasons too.Like the new bttity and sure rear-angina traction. Like to EW,BBS TS8C&Wtf> tSiri percent
L D. 8. SERVICE a work styling with downward-sloping hoods know more? See your Chevrolet dealer more torque rods.ere! befynavailable .

CHURCH LATTER OF. JESUS DAY SAINTS'Sunday CHRIST OF On Your. Savings At I '...... .", ropUMi-.$a.dn tint" from Chevrolet. L

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School 10:00 a. m. H
Sacrament Meeting? ..-:... 11:00 a. m.! First. FederalSAVINGS' i-.. See your local authorized' /et.dealer' ": : 'i'

Relief Society and Priesthood time I .
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and place as announced.. Sacrament & LOAN'ASSOCtATION '
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Meeting 'fi" : ,
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ALL SERVICES AT AMERICAN In Dbde-Taytor Hotel Bldg.n : CANTEY MOTOR C'OMPANY'
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E. R.LEGION CARRYL.HALL Branch Pres. s;PERRY, FLA. ,, ,'lift't... j .'._j"- !.. .. .. .4 ..... ... .

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