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The Madison enterprise-recorder

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Title:
The Madison enterprise-recorder
Alternate title:
Madison enterprise recorder
Alternate Title:
Enterprise-recorder
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Madison, FL
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Greene Publishing, Inc.
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Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
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Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
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PASSING PARADE |
Money Makes News

FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS move
front and center in the spotlight the first
few days of every year, and this January
is no exception.

LAST WEEK it was our pleasure to
report that FIRST FEDERAL on West
Base Street had increased its deposits by
a whopping 42 percent.

THIS WEEK the Bank of Greenville
reports an almost unbelievable $10.32 per
share profit for 1972 and all-time high
assets of $9,918,367.27. Only heavy with-
drawals to pay after-Christmas bills
brought the total slightly below 10-
million.

WE ARE publishing the statement of
FLORIDA FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT
MADISON on page one of section two.
PRESIDENT SCHNITKER has had a
banner year and next week we hope to
have a more detailed report from him.

MR. EMERSON of Quitman Federal,
our neighbor just to the north of the
county line, reports assets increased well
over a million dollars, and the two
Federals in Valdosta (First and
Valdosta) are reporting outstanding
years and continued growth.

THE LEON and TALLAHASSEE
FEDERAL S & L’s in Tallahassee---as
they always do---have reported many

(Continued On Page 6)

MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH

Library of Fla, History
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cou NTY CALENDAR

FRIDAY, JANUARY 12

6:30 p.m.---Madison High School Basketball
Cougars vs. Maclenny there.

SATURDAY, JANUARY 13

6:30 p.m.---Madison High School Basketball
Cougars vs. Buchholz here in Madison.

SUNDAY, JANUARY 14

9:30 a.m.---Methodist Hour over WMAF.

3:00 p.m.---Regular monthly meeting of the IAM
and AW local 2417 at the courthouse.

4:00 p.m.---There will be a R.A.P. (Respect,
Attitude, and Preparation) meeting at the resident
of Mrs. Clifford Brown, Greenville, Fla. Everyone
is invited to come.

MONDAY, JANUARY 15
7:00 p.m.---Cherry Lake Civic Club meets at the
Cherry Lake Recreation Building.

8:00 p.m.---MHS Boosters Club meets at the MHS
Locker Room.

TUESDAY, JANUARY 16

7:00 a.m.---Prayer Meeting at the Florida Power
Lounge.

12:30 p.m.---Lion’s Club Meeting at the Madison
Woman's Club.

1:05 p.m.---North Florida Scene, WMAF,
narrated by E. B. Browning, Sr. Subject: ‘‘A Peep
at farm assets of 1882."

6:30 p.m.---Madison High School Basketball
Cougars vs. Jasper here in Madison.

9:00 a.m.-12:00 noon---Lamar Faircloth, Tax
Examiner with the Intangible Tax Division will be
in the area office, 943 N. Ohio Ave., Live Oak, to aid
and assist all persons with Intangible tax questions,
and in filing their 1973 Intangible tax returns.
Anyone needind assistance call or come by the
office and ask for Mr. Faircloth.

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17
9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.---Rep. of Florida State
(Continued On Page 6)



Page 2-The Enterprise-Recorder, Friday, January 12,

1973-Section |

Garbage Spat Lands Village In Fed Court!

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA.

CASE NO. TCA -

CURTIS EDWARDS AND LARRY MOAK, DBA
SOLID WASTE

CURTIS EDWARDS AND LARRY MOAK, DBA
SOLID WASTE UNLIMITED,

Plaintiffs,
-VS-

THE CITY OF MADISON, HENRY SCHAEFER,
in his capacity as City Commissioner of the City of
Madison and Individually; J. D. SCRUGGS, in his
capacity as City Commissioner of the City of
Madison and Individually; and BERNARD
WILSON, IN HIS CAPACITY AS Commissioner of
~ the City ef Madison and Individually,
Defendants.

1. This is an action brought by the Plaintiffs to
enjoin the Defendants from discriminating against
the Plaintiffs with respect to employment on ac-
count of age and residence. These practices are
prohibited by 42 U.S.C. 1983, 42 U.S.C. 1985, 42
U.S.C. 1988 and the First, Fifth and Fourteenth
Amendments to the United States Constitution.
This is also an action for taking of property without
due process of law and without just compensation.
Furthermore, this is an action for back pay,
compensatory damages, and punitive damages in
excess of Ten Thousand ($10,000) Dollars exclusive
of interest and costs, brought pursuant to the
aforesaid statutes:

2. This court has jurisdiction of this action pur-
suant to 28 U.S.C. 1343, and 28 U.S.C. 1331.

3. The Plaintiffs, Larry Moak and Curtis Ed-
wards, are citizens of the United States and reside
in Madison, Florida, in the Middle District of
Florida. The Plaintiffs, Moak and Edwards,
operate Solid Waste Unlimited, a company
organized to provide garbage service to residents
of the City of Madison and the County of Madison.

4. The Defendant, City of Madison, is a municipal
corporation, established pursuant to home rule
charter. It’s home rule charter, among other
things, authorizes the city to pass ordinances and
laws which are to be in the best interests of the
public and the citizens of Madison. Among other
things, the City of Madison, has authority to grant
franchises and-or licenses for the collection of
garbage within the city limits of the City of
Madison.

5. The Defendant, Henry Schaefer, is a Com-
missioner of the City of Madison. Among other
things, Defendant, Schaefer, rules on questions
presented to the City of Madison concerning the
collection of garbage within the city limits of the
City of Madison.

6. Defendant, J. D. Scruggs, is a Commissioner of
the City of Madison. Among other things, Defen-
dant, Scruggs, rules on questions presented to the
City of Madison concerning the collection of gar-
bage within the City limits of the City of Madison.

7. Defendant, Bernard Wilson, is a Commissioner
of the City of Madison. Among other things,
Defendant, Wilson, rules on questions presented to
the City of Madison concerning the collection of
garbage within the city limits of the City of
Madison.

8. At all times materil hereto, the Defendants
named in paragraphs 4 through 7 above,
hereinafter collectively referred to as Defendants,
have acted and continue to act under color and-or
custom or usage of the laws of the State of Florida.

9. On or about September 4, 1972, the Plaintiffs,
Moak and Edwards, organized Solid Waste
Unlimited in order to collect garbage within the
City of Madison, and outside the city limits of the
City of Madison. Prior to organizing Solid Waste
Unlimited, Plaintiffs visited numerous cities in the
State of Florida, and rated each city, as to its
ability to collect garbage and as to the desirability
and beauty of the place for living purposes. Pur-
suant to the aforesaid procedures, the Plaintiffs
rated the City of Madison'as having one of the worst
garbage collection systems within the State of
Florida, but rated it as one of the most beautiful
and most desirable places to live.

10. Prior to forming Solid Waste Unlimited, as
mentioned aforesaid, Plaintiffs, Moak and Ed-
wards, approached each of the individual com-
missioners as noted above, and told them of their
plans to form a garbage collection service for
residents outside the City of Madison and for
residents within the City limits of the City of
Madison. All of the aforesaid Commissioners,
advised the Plaintiffs, Moak and Edwards, that a
garbage collection service was needed within the
city limits of the City of Madison and assured the

Plaintiffs that they would receive consideration
with regard to such service.

11. During the year of 1971 through 1972, the City
of Madison lost approximately Fifteen Thousand
($15,000.00) Dollars in the garbage collection
business. Moreover, the City of Madison projects
that it will lose approximately Twenty-Five
Thousand ($25,000.00) Dollars during the 1972-73
year.

12. With the aforesaid facts in mind, Plaintiffs
went to see Bill Raines, City Manager for the City
of Madison. The aforesaid Bill Raines orally ad-
vised the Plaintiffs that they would be given a
license to collect garbage within the city limits of
the City of Madison.

13. With aforesaid facts mentioned throughout
this Complaint in mind, the Plaintiffs, Moak and
Edwards, formed Solid Waste Unlimited, a com-
pany whose purpose would be to collect garbage
within the County of Madison and within the city

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limits of the City of Madison.

14. After organizing Solid Waste Unlimited,
Plaintiffs went to Capitol City First National Bank
in Tallahassee, Florida, and were able to secure a
Twelve Thousand (12,000) Dollar loan to begin
business. This loan was secured since the Plaintiffs
believed they would be able to collect garbage
within the City limits of the City of Madison.

15. On or about September 12, 1972, Com-
missioners of the City of Madison, advised the
Plaintiffs that they would not be permitted to
collect garbage within the City of Madison. The
ostensible reasons for refusal of such licenses or
franchise were because the Plaintiffs refused to be
governed by a regulatory agency and the Plaintiffs
refused to post a performance bond.

16. After the aforesaid refusal, noted in
paragraph 15 above, Plaintiffs through their at-
torney, specifically agreed to post the performance
bond and agreed to regulation or price control if
they were the only franchise within the city limits
of the City of Madison. The City through its com-
missioners, again, unilaterally and in bad faith
refused to grant the Plaintiffs a license or per-
mission to collect garbage within the City of
Madison.

17. On or about October 3, 1972, the City of
Madison through its commissioners without
holding of public hearing, as required by FS 180.03,
passed ordinance No. 72-6 which is hereunto an-
nexed as Exhibit A granting the City of Madison
exclusive rights to collct garbage within the City

Conservation

Eee Cason,
District Conservationist
Lee Cason,
District Conservationist

Occasionally, landowners
within the Madison Soil & Water
Conservation District ask for
information relative to the
clearing up of muddy or turbid
ponds.

A logical approach to solving
the problem is to first deter-
mine the cause or causes of the
turbidity and then proceed with
the solution or solutions.

Turbidity can be a natural
condition in some soils, par-
ticularly organic types. Surface
waters collect soil particles and
dump them in ponds. Livestock
having access to pond waters
contribute to their muddiness in
several ways. Rough fish, in
abundance, such as catfish,
mudfish, and suckers also keep
pond waters stirred up. Heavy
rains, wind, and storm action
also create muddiness in farm-
ponds. A not too common cause
in some fishponds is over-
fertilization and over-feeding of
fish.

Turbid or muddy ponds can
be corrected by directing soil
carrying waters away from the
pond, diking around ponds,
vegetating silt producing areas,
fencing all or part of the pond to
keep livestock out, and treating
or seining the pond to remove
rough fish.

Limestone, gypsum, hay,
copper sulfate, and other
manufactured items can be
used in clearing up ponds. And,
it must be realized that it will be
impractical to try to clear up
some ponds; the muddiness will

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lack of pond management.
Technical assistance with
farmpond site selection, design,
and management, plus other
land use and resource con-
servation practices, is available
through your Madison Soil &
Water Conservation District.

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ORLANDO, FLA. (FHTNC)
Dec. 13--Navy Seaman Recruit
Alfonso Frazier, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Tim Simmons of 1440 S. E.
Brookwood St., Madison, Fla.,
graduated from recruit training
at the Naval Training Center in
Orlando.

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CARD OF THANKS. .I want to
thank all the staff and personnel
at MCM Hospital for their many
acts of kindness, thoughtfulness
and consideration shown me
during the time I was confined
there and at the time of the
passing of my husband, Dan W.
Chason. I especially want to
thank Drs. Harrison and
DuRant for all they did for me. I
am grateful to all my friends for
the cards, flowers, food and
other good things they did for
me. May the Lord bless each of
you.

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MRS. DAN W. CHASON.

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limits of the City of Madison. In addition, this or-
dinance was passed in violation of FS 180.03 as
aforesaid in that the City of Madison failed to
submit the aforesaid proposal to the voters as
required by Florida law, where the costs of gar-
bage collection service would be increased and
exclusive franchise would be granted. This or-
dinance was passed solely to put the Plaintiffs,
Moak and Edwards, out of business. All of the
Defendants’ action individually and acted in bad
faith for the purposes of forcing the Plaintiffs,
Moak and Edwards to leave the City of Madison.

18. In addition to passing the ordinance as noted
aforesaid the Defendants, acting individually and
in bad faith, have proposed to annex certain
territories contiguous to the City of Madison. The
land to be annexed contains approximately 60
percent of the customers of the Plaintiffs, Solid
Waste Unlimited, Such an annexation is proposed
solely to drive the Plaintiffs, Moak and Edwards,
out of business within the County limits of the
County of Madison.

19. Moreover, since the Plaintiffs, Moak and
Edwards, have tried to establish themselves in the
garbage collection service within the City of
Madison, Defendants acting in bad faith, have
sought to raise the landfill rate so as to effect only
the Plaintiffs, Solid Waste Unlimited. This raise in
landfill rates is designed to drive the Plaintiffs,
Moak and Edwards, out of business.

20. All of the actions, as noted aforesaid, have
been perpetrated by the individual Defendants in

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bad faith. At all times material hereto, the
Plaintiffs have offered the Defendants reasonable
proposals to let them take over the garbage
collection service within the City of Madison.
Among other things, Plaintiffs have offered:

1. To submit to price regulation.

2. To take over the whole garbage collection
service as the Defendants requested.

3. To post a performance bond.

4. To pay the City of Madison money for putting
their proposals on the ballot.

5. To take over the losing as well as profitable
aspects of the City of Madison garbage collections.
Plaintiffs taking over the aforesaid garbage
collection business would result in over Twenty-
five Thousand ($25,000.00) Dollars savings to the
residents of the City of Madison per year.
Moreover, as the Defendants know, Plaintiffs’
garbage collection service is modern, designed to
give residents more efficient service and would cut
down needless waste within the City of Madison.
For example, the Plaintiffs only need to use 8 men
to collect the whole city, while Defendants’ present
service uses 17 men: In addition, Plaintiffs would
use a compressor to run the City Land fill
operation, instead of a Fifty Thousand ($50,000.00)
Dollar drag line used by the City of Madison,
Florida.

21. Many of the citizens and residents of the City
of Madison desire and wish the Plaintiffs to collect
garbage at their residence. Prior to the passage of

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TALLAHASSEE, MALL
TALLAHASSEE, FLA.

Closed Every Sunday

ACREAGE
FOR SALE

FARM AGENCY

TO BUY OR
SELL REAL ESTATE
OF ANY KIND, SEE

Bob & Beanie
Searcy

Rt. 2, Box 130-A,
Madison, Fla,
Phone 971-5425

New and Used Furniture
Business—-Hundreds of Items--
25 x 80 brick building-Living
quarters, fire place--Total Price
$10,000.

STROUT REALTY INC.
Reg. Broker
Madison, Fla. 32340
929-4257

(I
Daily 10 a.m, to 9:30 on fel

ONE WEEK........

IES

Classified Ad Rates

(CASH WITH PLACEMENT OF AD)
FIRST 25 WORDS

FOUR WEEKS........

ONE WEEK..........
$90

(IF AD IS CHARGED)

—FOUR WEEKS........

ROLLING LAND---5-qa.
plots, cleared land in ba-
hia pasture. State road
frontage . Beautiful, pan-
aramic view. $6,600.
Terms. STROUT REALTY,
INC., Reg. Broker, Mad-

ison, Fla., Cherry Lake
929-4257 .

FOR SALE: Chicken fer-
tilizer $8.50 per ton in truckload
quanities. Cherry Farms Phone
971-5558, Lee, Fla.

ALBRITTON BROS.
TRACTOR CO. ;
A Complete Line of:
Massey Ferguson- New Idea
& New Holland Equipment,
Powell Barns & Transplanters.
214 W. 5th St.
Live Oak, Fla.
362-2381.

FOR SALE: 1972 Ford Truck,
6 mos. old, 8 cyl., radio, auto-
matic, extra heavy duty engine
and springs. Also-IH Garden
Tractor. Call Mrs. Joe Collins-
evenings - 92914602.

(Nov. 10-4 wks-ch)

FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet, 4
dr. car with Standard shift and
overdrive. $125 cash. Phone 929-
4396, Andy Lashley, Rt. 3, Box
155, Madison, Fla. 32340.

(Jan. 12-2 wks-ch)

CITY OF MADISON:

FOR SALE: 6 Rooms, 3
bedrooms, tiled bath-city water,
sewers, insulated. 2 air con-
ditioners, stove, refrigerator,
paved rd, 200 yds-to Lake
$13,750 Terms. Strout Realty
Inc. Reg. Brokers, Madison,
Fla., 929-4257.

LIVE STOCK AUCTION
Sell your cattle and hogs in
our auction each Monday. Sales
start at 1:00 MONTICELLO
LIVESTOCK MARKET, Inc.,
Monticello, Fla.

For hauling information
phone office 997-1711, JOHN E.
HAWKINS 997-2554, W. C.
HAWKINS, 917-2197.

IMMEDIATE OPENINGS
FOR WOMEN

If you want work but cannot
give full time there is a splendid
income opportunity for you with
Avon. Three openings
available. Call MRS. OUIDA
SWEAT, AVON Dist. Mgr., Box
687, Live Oak, Fla., Phone (904)
362-1168.

(May 28-5 wks-ch)
I) ll AS el leo Mec ec 0

FOR SALE: Reg. Black
Angus Service Age Bulls,
production tested from
Champion carcass producing
bloodline. Herd certified and
accredited. Phone 997-2998. JOE
ETTER. MIJO FARM, Rt. 2
Box 217, Monticello, Fla. 32341.

(Farm located 5 miles north of

Monticello on U.S. 19).

(Jan. 12-10 wks-ch)

a -_ Mh kik red tQ! lp tel
FOR SALE: Brick Rancher -
6 rooms, 3 bedrooms, 11, baths
tiled, Builtin stove, serving bar,
Central Heat and Air Con-
ditioning, carport - 5 acres in
pasture - Utility Room, shed.
State Highway Frontage.
. $ 33.000 Terms. Strout Realty
Inc. Reg. Brokers, Madison,
Fla., 929-1257.

BROOKS CO. TRACTOR CO.
MASSEY-FERGUSON
Tractors and Equipment,
New and USED Farm Equip-
ment. Bush Hog Cutters, Woody
Harrows, Burch Planters and
Dist. F. & L. Lime and Fer-

tilizers. Quitman, Ga., Phone
263-4744.

BESTBUYS IN
BABY FURNITURE
LITTLE FOLKS
STORE, INC.
NORTHWOOD MALL AND
133 N. MONROE ST.
Ph. 222-1146
TALLAHASSEE, FLA.

FOR SALE: Beautiful three
bedroom, two bath brick home
in Locust Grove Subdivision.
Call 973-2451.

(Dec. 15-tf-ch)

ADS

Received By 5 P.M.
Wednesday

Can Be Printed
In Friday's Paper.

The E-R
973-6631

ACE

HARDWARE

*GARDEN SUPPLIES (Ortho
Products) .

*PAINT AND PAINT
SUPPLIES

*SPORTING GOODS

*HOUSEWARES

*ELECTRICAL PLUMBING
SUPPLIES

*BLACK & DECKER
POWER TOOLS

* GUNS & AMMUNITION

*SMALL APPLIANCES

EVELYN & ELZIE MAY-
OWN ERS

MAY ACE HARDWARE
PHONE 973-2291
MADISON. FLA.

TURNEY PIANO CO.
HOME OF BALDWIN

Will now rént vou a new or
repossessed BALDWIN PIANO
(While they last) for 6 Mo. at

ONLY $15.00 a Mo. This to apply

to purchase if you desire. We
also have a few organs left. Call
Valdosta 244-0242 collect.

(Jan. 12-10 wks-pd)

Enterprise-Recorder

When you have a

BAD BREAK

Call U

INSURANCE CLAIMS
Handled Promptly

GEORGIA

PLATE GLASS
COMPANY

215 W. Savannah at
So. Oak St.
Dial...242-5285

VALDOSTA, GA:

FOR EMERGENCY SERVICE

Dial 242-6327

Pipe & Supply Co.

PLUMBING FIXTURES
PIPE - FITTING
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
WATER HEATERS

GAS a OIL HEATERS

28 Years Serving The Area

TILE BOARD

1610 S. Monroe St.
Tallahassee, Fla.
Phone..... 222-8537

THANK YOU
It has been said that - A friend
in need is a friend indeed -. This
has been proved many times
and for the Franklin Family it

as been proved over and over

during our recent tragedy.

THE MADISON
ENTERPRISE
RECORDER

Published Weekly

"Advertising Rate Made Known
on Application

Entered at the Madison Post
Office as second-class matter
June 15th, V908, under
Act of March 8, 1879.
Second-class postage PAID
at Madison, Florida

111 S. E. Shelby St.
Madison, Fla., 32340
P. O. Drawer 570;
Telephone 973-6361
and
€73-6362
MADISON RECORDER,
ESTABLISHED 1865
NEW ENTERPRISE,
ESTABLISHED 1901
CONSOLIDATED,
JUNE 25, 1908
OWNERS:

T. C. MERCHANT, JR.
AND ASSOCIATES

T.C. MERCHANT,
Editor and Publisher
1911-1968

T. C. MERCHANT, Jr,
Managing Editor

MRS. W. E. WILSON,
Advertising Manager

KAWASAKI
Motorcycles
12 month or 12,000 mile
Warranty
J& JCYCLE CENTER
739 E. Hill Ave.
Ph. 244-1413
Valdosta, Ga.

Madison Realty

200 S. Orange St.
To Buy Or Sell Homes:
Acreage
John W. Wadsworth

Reg. Real Estate Broker

W.E. “Gene” Harris
Associate

Call 973-6231
If No Answer - 973-4297

CLYDE C. HORNE, Moor-
man’s Feeds, Monticello, Fla.
097-2028, P. O. Box 277.

MADISON
STOCKYARD OF
Madison, Florida

Now Has (2) Two

Sales Each Week

ALL SALES
WILL START AT

1:30 P.M,

Mondays Will Be For Hogs
Tuesdays Will Be For Cattle

BEDROOM SETS
Spanish Bedroom Sets. (3)
Brand new Spanish and

Mediterranean bedroom sets
with inwricate Spanish designs,

Even though our hearts are heavy cast handles, and hand
heavy with sorrow for the loss of rubbed finish. 4 piece set in-
our little Ronnie, we are also cludes dresser, mirror, chest,
very grateful and thankful for and bed. $99. cash or terms.

the abundance of friends that

Also, new shipment of sets with

we have. Thank you each and Queen and King headboards.
every one, so much. May God Unclaimed Freight, 927 N.

bless all of vou.

The Family of Ronnie Franklin

SINGERS

1973 Singer sewing machines
(only 5). These are Singer's
latest models and are equipped
to do most kinds of sewing such
as, zigzag stitch, buttonholes,
monogramming, and much
more. $59.95 each Cash or
terms. Unclaimed Freight, 927
N. Monroe Street. Tallahassee.
Open daily and Sat.

Monroe St., Tallahassee.

North Florida's Largest Fine Department Store

COMPLETE BEAUTY SALON -# SHOP-AT-HOME CARPET AND DRAPERY SERVICE

SHOP BY PHONE CALL"GAYFER’S

The lowest prices
anywhere

E. Z. Haul has the trucks or
trailers to fix your needs. Make
your move easier with E. Z.
Haul. Please contact N. T.
Grant; at W. T. Grant Tenneco
Service Station, Phone 973-8838
Madison, Fla.

(Dec. 8-4 wks-pd)

After

CHRISTMAS SPECIAL!

‘66 Chevelle 6 station
wagon. Overdrive. An
economical, easy,
traveller, $500.

‘68 VW Squareback.
Rebuilt engine, A smooth
performer and frugal.
$1095.

Terms: Cash

Dick and Doris Scruggs -
Original owners.

Phone 973-6856

LIVESTOCK AUCTION
Sell your cattle and hogs in
our auction each Monday. Sales
start at 1:00 MONTICELLO
LIVESTOCK MARKET, Inc.,
Monticello, Fla.

For haulint -information
phone office 997-5711, JOHN E.
HAWKINS 997-2554, W. C.
HAWKINS, 917-2197.

GRADERS, SCRAPERS,
BULLDOZERS
BACKHOES

No experience necessary.
Will train. Earn $300.00 to
$400.00 per week. For ap-
plication call 317-639-4111, or
write to World Wide Systems,
1042 East Washington St.
Indianapolis, Indiana, 16202.
Dec. 22-5 wks - Ch.

VACUUMS

KIRBY-ELECTROLUX
Vacuums (10) with full
guarantee and accessories.
Most still in boxes, as low as
$19.95 cash or terms available.
Shop today for best selection.
Unclaimed Freight, 927 N.
Monroe St. Tallahassee, Open

daily and Sat.
-

FOR SALE: Chicken fer-
tilizer $8.50 per ton in truckload
quanities. Cherry Farms.
Phone 971-5558 Lee, Fla.

FOR SALE: Eight foot pick-
up camper, Sleeps 6 people,
complete with heat, gas 110-12
volt lights, gas stove, ice box.
Call 929-1364 or 973-1138.

FOR SALE: 12 x 60 Buddy
Mobiel Home, two bedrooms, 1
bath, excellent condition, with
dishwasher, all for $3000. Call
971-5730.

(Dec. 15-2 wks-pd)

FOR SALE: 250-gallon
kerosene tank with stand $40,
and large circulating kerosene
heater $35. PEP'S CAFE, 973-

2522 or 973-2115.

(Jan. 12-3 wks-pd)

FOR RENT:

2 Bedroom Mobile Home in
Yellow Pine Subdivision.
Contact Lloyd Day, Phone 973-
2062.

(Jan. 12-2 wks-pd)

WAITRESSES WANTED: 21
and over, experience preferred
but will train apply in person to
Holiday Inn at Jennings
Florida.

STEREOS

5 deluxe solid
transistorized, stereophonic,
high fidelity consoles in
beautiful hand rubbed finish.
Dexlue BSR record changer and
{ speaker audio system, AM-
FM Radio, plus 8-track tape
player. $149. Cash or terms.
Unclaimed Freight, 927 N.
Monroe St. Tallahassee.

state, fully

Frame 6 room 3 bedroom
bath-in good repair. Large
frame country store. All
equipment company gas pump-
air compressor. Large storage
shed, 1 acre of land with large
State Road Frontage. $8,850
Terms. Strout Realty Inc., Reg.

Broker. Madison, Fla. 32340,
929-4257.
City of Madison Frame

Stucco 6 room, 3 bedroom, bath-
City Water-sewers-Electric
Heat. Built in oven, wall to wall
carpeting. Garage. $13,200
Terms. Strout Realty Inc., Reg.
Broker, Madison, Fla., 32340,

929-4257.

WWSD 1090 Kc.

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li Music Beautiful To Turn To In Monticello, Fla.

Cherry Lake 7 room, 3
| bedroom, tiled bath-fireplace,
central heat and air con-
ditioning, furnished. 2 room
cottage-5 acres, about 300 fruit
trees-bird houses, large garden,
citrus trees. Gape Arbor's
Community Water, Paved Rd.,

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Community Beach, - $27,500

Terms, Strout Realty, Inc.,

yf sas 1 Reg. Broker, Madison, Fla.,
tH = oo" 7 sv { - 32340.

The Enterprise-Recorder, Friday, January 12, 1973-Secti

COLLECT 385-6101

FOR SALE: Good Rental
Income Property. Call 973-6231,
Madison.

FOR RENT: One 2 and 3
bedroom apt. Call 973-6231,
Madison.

FOR SALE: 1972 Toyota
Station Wagon, 5 mos old, radio,
air conditioning, heater,
reclining bucket seats, rear
defroster-the-works. No equity
just pay off and its yours. Call
244-9055 or 244-8450.

FOR RENT: 14 acre farm
land .25 acre tobacco acreage.
Call or write Gene Tyson, 5001
Phillips Hwy - Lot 41,
Jacksonville, Fla. 32207 or call
737-4381.

Dry Chicken Fertilizer for
Sale. We will deliver and spread
on your land within 10 miles of
Lee, Fla. for $8.50 per ton.

Cherry Farms, Inc.
971-5558

FOR SALE: Chicken Fer-
tilizer $8.50 per ton in truckload
quanities. Cherry Farms Phone
971-5558 Lee, Fla.

SEW WHAT? |

THIS WEEK'S PATTERN'S
BY AUDREY LANE

3257
12-20
42-44-46

Princess Basic

You con make this yoked princess
with a high neck or with an open
neckline; with or without sleeve. No
3257 comes in sizes 10 to 18 and
olso in bust sizes 42, 44, 46. Size 12
(bust 34), sleeveless, takes 2%, yards
of 44 inch fabric

of

1)

2
‘n

969
BEAN BAG
The kiddies will have great fun
paying with these clown bean bags
Pattern No. 969 tells

them

how to make

Send 50¢ for each dress pattern,
30¢ for each needlework pattern (add
15¢ for each dress pattern, 10¢ for
each needlework pattern for mailing
and handling) to~-AUDREY LANE BU
REAU, Morris Plains, New Jersey 07950

Red Bandanna

The American farmer's red
bandanna evolved back in the
dangerous days of clearing the
land. The farmer's wife used to
send him out to the fields wear-
ing a red handkerchief or flag so
she could keep an eye on him
throughout the day.

WHAT GAYFER’S MEANS TO YOU!

- REPUTATION............ a Gulf South reputation for qual
merchandise at reasonable prices.

are held daily.

CHARGEABLE

Several types of personal announce-
ments carry a small handling charge.
Cards of thanks are $2.00. Wedding and
engagement announcements, without pic-
tures, are $5.00. Engagement or wedding
announcements with picture are $15.00.

THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER
RR rR——

973-2218

Sewing

MADISON, FLA.

Help Wanted!

Dixie Packers has several job
openings. Applications may be picked!
up at the Gatehouse and interviews

We sell and install
COPE PROPANE GAS and GAS APPLIANCES

Ranges, water heaters, heaters, clothes dryers,
tobacco currers,
Air Conditioning & Central Heating

W.C. COPELAND, JR.

FEMALE HELP WANTED
machine
needed. No experience necessary.
Steady work, Good pay-fringe
benefits. Giving 2 weeks vacation
with pay. Holiday Pay, etc. Apply
in person to MADISON SLACKS,

syrup cookers

“We service what we sell’”’

operators

Seedling Packets
Available

According to County
Forester “Larry Harrington,
The Division Of Forestry is
making available for the’ first
time shade tre seedling packets
to the home owners of Madison
County.

Each seedling packet con-

tains 8 trees and will be made
up of 4 slash pine, 2 dogwood, 1
redbud, and 1 sycamore. Each
packet will sell for $1.00 with
each customer being allowed a

- maximum of 3 packets.

Approximately 150 packets
will be available for this area
and a 1 day sale will be held
Saturday, January 13th only at
the Forestry Work Center on the
Mayo Road.

If additional information is
needed, please call 973-6511 or
973-6411.

Marine Private Kenneth W.
Hutto has reported for duty at
the Marine Corps Base at Camp
LeJeune, N.C. He is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Hutto Sr., of
Madison, and a 1972 graduate of
Madison High School.

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YOUR BIRTHDAY 2 "

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THE UNITED METHODIST
CHURCH

Hickory Grove-Sunday School
7774 10:00 a.m. Every Sunday.
i Morning Worship - 11:00 a.m.
33 2nd and 4th Sunday.

Lay Preaching - 11:0 am. Ist

—

| and 3rd Sunday.
COURAGE Bverine Worship: 7130 p.w.
| nd and 4th Sunday
TO CHANGE LEE
. Sunday School 10:00 a.m
Lesson for January 14, 1973 | Every Sunday
so Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Suckground Serintures Ezekie! 1:13; 2 1st,3rd, and Sth Sunday
Devore] Reading: Psalms 42 Evening Worship 7:30 p.m
ing Worship 3 .m.
Put vourself in Ezekiel’s shoes! Evening W. 3rd Da or m
file was one of ten thousand Worship 9:10 p.m.

people carried away from Judah
as captives to the victorious Chal- 2nd and 4th Sunday

deans. His was a defeated, dis- Preaching the genuine original
pirited people and great was their Methodist message.

humiliation
He was also al- PINE GROVE BAPTIST
icn in a strange CHURCH
land far, far from Madison, Fla.
his promised Services every Sunday

as homeland. The Sunday School 9:55a.m.

4 way of life in Morning Worship 11:00a.m.

Â¥ G47 Chaldea was rad- Training Union 6:00 P.M.

// ically different Evening Worship 7:00 P.M.
NN from anything he Midweek Prayer

had known in lit- Service 7:00 p.m.

He Judah Vernon Adams S. S. Supt.

Rey: Althouse Mrs. Bell Davis, T.U. Director

Rev. Bruce Smith, Pastor

From priest

to prophet
He was alsoga man without a
job. In Judah, Ezekiel had been a
priest. As a priest, his function
had been to serve in the great

LEE BAPTIST CHURCH
REV. L.T. CARTER, Pastor
Services everv Sundav

Temple of Jerusalem. Now, how- Sunday School 10:00 a.m,
ever. there was no longer a Tem- ‘Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
ple. A priest without a temple Training Union 6:00 p.m.
was a man without a job Evening Worship 6:45 p.m.
We do not know what Ezekicl Prayer Meeting

did for the first five years of exile Wed. 7:30 p.m.
in Chaldea, but at the end of that

period this ex-priest received a ST. VINCENT DE
call by God to serve as a prophet PAUL CATHOLIC

to the Jewish people in exile by
the river Chebar, an important CHURCH. Cor. Sumter
navigational and irrigation canal & N. Meeting St. Sun-
of Babylonia. Somewhere along day Mass - 9:00 A.M
its banks north of the capitol, Ba- : ih
bylon, he began an entirely dif- Tel. 973-2428.
ferent life.

We must not underestimate the COME TO
difficulty of transition between CHERRY LAKE FIRST
.the roles of priest and prophet BAPTIST CHURCH

There was a considerable differ-
ence. The priest attained his of-
fice by being born into a priestly
family, while the prophet. was
selected by God from among any SERVICES EVERY SUNDAY
class or family. The priest served Sunday School $:45a.10.
principally at the Temple, while Preaching Services 11:00a.m.

at Cherry Lake, Fla.
A Bible Believing, Teaching
and Bible Reading Church

the prophet took his message Training Union 6:30 p.m.
wherever God directed. The main Evening Worship 7:30 p.m.
task of the priest was to conduct Wednesday night

the rituals of worship and sacri Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m.
fice in the Temple; for the proph- Every W-dnesday night,

ct the task was to bring the peo. choir Practice after Prayer
ple a proclamation of God's mes- aoaqing

sage. The priest was normally H Fletcher S.S. Supt.

recognized by the people as the
authoritative religious leader,
whereas the prophet was fre-
quently rejected by most. As a
priest, Ezekiel had been concern-
ed primarily with rituals and
laws: as a prophet, however, he
was called to focus on the spiri-
tual condition and cthics of the
people.

George Burnett T.U. Director
Rev. Earl Wise - Pastor

Trade Balance?
Purc-bred Siamese cats are less
common in Thailand (Siam) than
in the United States, Europe, or
Japan.

A “New ball game”

Do you see the enormity of the
change to which Ezekiel was be-
ing called by God? Doubtless, he
would have preferred to remain
a priest and do the job he knew
best, but times had changed and
he was being challenged to
change along with them.

Let us also realize that there
were no guarantees with this
challenge. There is no assurance
of success. His people did not lis-
ten to the prophecies of Jere-
miah. They had been a rebellious
people and there was no assur-
ance that they would change. To
make this big step, Ezekiel had to
have courage

When we are confronted by “a
whole new ball game,” we too are
called to have the courage to
change.

SUNDAYS § serio]

A Winter of Discontent?

Is this a winter of discontent
for you? If it is, it seems like even
the weather is against you. A
great deal of people also feel this
way and it is almost a universal
feeling.

In most parts of the country the
landscape is cold and bare. The
birds aren't singing and even
traveling is hazardous. Christmas,
the time of joy, is gone again and
plain old winter is here. Winter is
a very natural time for people to
let their problems ‘and worries
bother them and get them down.

If we would only depend more
on our faith, winter could be a
time of great joy, because we
know that spring will follow, life
will continue, and better times are
ahead. Winter, by its sheer con-
trast with spring, reminds us of
the wonders of God. He will not
let us down and we know this
But an active faith helps us to
live to our fullest potential, no
matter what or how dark and
gloomy the circumstances.

carry nothing out.

Rainfall Report

Gibson 1.25
Aucilla 77
Sinclair 73
Mill Creek 1.08
Madison 1.38

“Greenville Wins

Greenville High School
overcame Branford 77-59,
handing the Buccaneers their
first loss of the season.

Bronson defeated Aucilla
Christian 87-42 in the weekend
games.

We brought nothing into this

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1 Page 4-The Enterprise-Recorder, Friday, January 12, 1973-Section 1

Legal Notices

2 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida
Statutes, notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, GOLD MEDAL MOBILE
HOMES, INC., doing business under the
firm name of Suwannee Valley Mobile
Homes, Inc. in Madison, Madison County,
Florida, intends to register said fictitious
name under the provisions of the
aforesaid Statute.
Dated at Gainesville, Florida, this 21s!
day of December, A.D., 1972.

GOLD MEDAL MOBILE HOMES, INC.
By: William C. Andrews, President.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA.

NO. 73-1

IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
DAISEY DUNN, Wife,
And
JOE DUNN, Husband.
NOTICE OF SUIT

TO: Joe Dunn, Perry, Florida, Last
known address.

YOU ARE HEREBY notified that a
Petition for Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your Answer
or other pleadings to the petition on the
wife's attorney, CONRAD C. BISHOP,
JR., Weed & Bishop, Post Office Box
1090, Perry, Florida 32347, and file the
original Answer or pleading in the office
of the Clerk of the above-named Court on
or before February 10, 1973.

If you fail to do so, Judgment by
Default will be taken against you for the
relief demanded in the petition.

Witness my hand and official seal this
8th day of January, 1973.

Dale M. Leslie
DALE M. LESLIE, Clerk of Circuit
Court

BY: -s- Jane W. Baker
Deputy Clerk

Jan. 12 4 wks ch W&B

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE NO. 911
IN RE: The marriage of JAMES
DANIEL PAUL, Husband,
and
MARY EUNICE VEASEY PAUL,
Wife
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
TO: Mary Eunice Veasey Paul, New
Brockton, Alabama
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a
Petition for Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you, and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to the Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage on the
petitioner's (the Husband) attorney
Randell H. Rowe, Jr
Attorney at Law
P.O. Box 632
Madison, Florida 32340»
and file the original of your written
defenses, if any, in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court for Madison County,
Florida, on or before the 25th day of
January, 1973. If you fail to do so,
judgment b: default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded in the
Petition for Dissolution of Marriage.
DONE and ORDERED at Madison,
Madison County, Florida, this 21st day of
December, 1972

Dale M. Leslie, Clerk of
Circuit Court, Madison County,
Florida

BY: Deputy Clerk

Randell H. Rowe, Jr

Attorney at Law

P. O. Box 632

Madison, Florida 32340
ATTORNEY FOR PETITIONER
Dec. 29 4 wks ch)

— a weekly message relating the world of today
to the lessons of Faith and Church cia

— I Timothy VI,7
There are so many materialistic things the world offers us - lavish
homes. fast automobiles, flashy clothing, fattening foods, and expensive
jewels. But there is onc truth and that is no matter how lavish, fast,
flashy or expensive. we can not take the things of this world with us
“when our life is over. Our lives will not be judged on the quantity or
quality of the things we possessed. for they will have rotten away. Our
lives will be judged by how we lived them and by how we served God
and our fellow man. Why not make your life count?

These Religious Messages Are Being Published By The Following Establishments

world, and it is certain we can

CANTEY MOTOR CO.
MADISON DRUG STORE

Read your BIBLE daily.
and

GO TO CHURCH
SUNDAY

NOTICE OF ELECTION

A special election concerning the

proposed annexation to the City of

Madison, Florida, will be held by the City
of Madison, Florida, on January 23, 1973,
between the hours of 7:00 AM and 7:00 PM.
Qnalified electors residing within the
present City limits will vote at the City
Hall at Madison, Florida, and qualified

electors residing within the proposed

annexation area as shown by the
hereinafter set forth map will vote at the
Fire Station at Madison, Florida.

Registration books for the registration of

voters, residing within the presemt City
limits will be open at the Clerk’s Office,
City Hall, Madison, Florida, December 29,
1972, through January 22, 1973.
Registration books closed Election Day.
Registration books reopen January 24,
1973, through February 2, 1973.

Absentee voting will begin January 15,
1973, and continue through January 22,
1873.

CITY COMMISSION
CITY OF MADISON, FLORIDA
(MAP)

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR MADISON COUNTY

CIVIL ACTION
CASE No.73-5
in Re: The Marriage of: Jay Duck-
worth, Husband
and
Melva King Duckworth, Wife

NOTICE OF SUIT-NO PROPERTY

TO: Jay Duckworth, Residence and
address unknown

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an action for Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you Jay Duckworth
and you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any to it, on the
plaintiff's attorney, whose name and
address is R. E. Cowart, P. O. Box 14,
Madison, Florida 32340 and file the
original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before February 14,
1973, 1973; otherwise a judgement may
be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or petition.

WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said Court on Januay January 10, 1973.

Dale M. Leslie
As Clerk of said Court

By: -s- Jane W. Baker
As Deputy Clerk

Jan 12 4 wks ch

4

IN Se ali COURT THIRD
Juptc CIRCUIT, Madison County,
Florida

In Probate

In re: Estate of D. W. CHASON,
Deceased

To All Creditors and Persons Having
Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate

You and each of you are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of D. W. CHASON, deceased, late
of said County, tothe Hon. Don W. Davis,
County Judge for Madison County,
Florida, at his office in the court house of
said County at Madison, Florida, within
six calendar months from the time of the
first publication of this notice. Two
copies of each claim or demand shall be
in writing, and shall state the place of
residence and post office address of the
claimant, and shall be sworn to by the
claimant, her agent, her attorney and
accompanied by a filing tee of one dollar
and such claim or demand not so filed
shall be void

Lillian H. Chason
As executor of the Last Will and

Testament of D. W. CHASON deceased.

{Jan 12 4 Wks ch)

ORDINANCE NO. 72-7

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF MADISON, MADISON,
FLORIDA, RELATING TO AND DECLARING ITS INTENTION
OF ANNEXING UNINCORPORATED TRACT OF LAND LYING
CONTIGUOUS THERETO AND WITHIN MADISON COUNTY,
FLORIDA; RELATING TO AN ELECTION ON SUCH
ANNEXATION BY THE REGISTERED VOTERS OF THE CITY
OF MADISON AND IN THE AREA SOUGHT TO BE ANNEXED;
ESTABLISHING A DATE AND VOTING SITES FOR SUCH
ELECTION; AND PROVIDING FOR THE PUBLICATION OF
THIS ORDINANCE, COSTS OF SUCH ELECTION, QUALIFICATION
OF VOTERS AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

"BE IT ENACTED BY THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MADISON,

FLORIDA: ?

Section l. That it is the intention of the City of Madison,
Florida, acting by and through its said City Commission to
annex an unincorporated tract of land lying contiguous to
the City of Madison, entirely within the confines of Madison
County, Florida, and more particularly described as follows:

Part of Section ll as described in Official Record
Book 59, page 299 as follows: All East of the
middle of Rockyford Road of the West Half (Wk)

of Northeast Quarter (NE%) and of East Half (EX)
of Northwest Quarter (NWk%) and of East Half (EX%)
of Southwest Quarter (SW4%) of Section 11, Township
l North, Range 9 Fast, Madison County, Florida.

All of ‘Section 14 a>st one-half of Section 21

All 91 Section 15 Alli cf Section 23

211 of Section 16 All of Scction 26

south one-half of Section 27

west one-half and Southeast one-fourt!. ol section 28

£11 of the above in Township 1 North, Tange 9 East
Madison County, Florida. ;

’

Section 2. The question of such annexation shali be submitted

separately for the approval or dissaproval of the registered
voters of the City of Madison and of the area sought to be
annexed. The question shall be placed on the ballot at such
election in substantially the following manner und form:

For the proposed annexation.

1 Against the proposed annexation.

Section 3. If such
of the registered vo
election, both in. th
be annexed,

proposed annexation is approved b ) i
ters actually voting PERL 4 arity
ha she Gn Madison and the area sought to
: a ecom 1 i
and if such annexation is not nm Se iorialY of Vadison,
registered voters in such election both in the Cit Y oe :
Madison and in the area sought to be annexed Hh
annexation shall not be effective and said area shall remai
un.ncorporated and separate and apart from the City of odeoh
Bogkion Die aforementioned election shall occur on January 23
1973, 2% RE MR Flest published for four (4) con- ;
Cut . er of general circulati i i
prinsipal place of business in Madison, Madison th aes
Those Jogistersd yer} residing vishis the City of Madison shall
; * City Hall ison, orida, and those regist d
voters residing within the ! ore
at the Fire Station in boa ich Soup xe be annexsd shall vote
Section 5. The election laws of the City of Madison and the
State of Florida shall govern and control the conduct of the
election and the question of the proper registration of voters
shall be determined by the registration books of the City of
Madison for those persons voting therein and by the registration
books of Madison County, Florida for those persons voting in the
area sought. to be annexed. All costs of the election shall be
the responsibility of the City of Madison, Florida.

Section 6. In addition to the publication of thi i
previously provided, notice shail be given in a SS ospse As
gene .1 circulation with its principal place of business in
Madison, Florida, during each of the two (2) weeks immediatel
preceeding said election and said notice shall specity the y
time and place that said electicn is to be held and designate

the area sought to be annexed by either a practical map depicting
the same or a description by commonly known boundaries that will
reasonably inform the registered voters of the area sought to b
annexed of their right to vote in such election. i

Section 7. The publication of this Ordinan
: ce shall not comm
until thirty (30) days have transpired from its passage. Shoe

Section 8. This Ordinance shall take effect immedi

iately and
the City Manager and the City Clerk are authorized and Sete
to implement the requirements hereof and prepare for and
organize the election herein mentioned.

PASSED by majority vote of the Cit 1ssio

: i y Commission of

Madison, Florida, this 21st day of November, A. D. 1972,

after its second reading with the first readin i
held on November 14, A. D. 1972. § having Deen

ATTEST:

v

Bernard E. Wilson, Mayor
(SEAL)

Norma Jean Hendry, City Clerk

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR MADISON COUNTY.

CIVIL ACTION
CASE No. 914

In Re: The Marriage ov Vernon C.
Van-Efta, Husband
and
Sherrell Scarborough Van-Efta, Wife.

NOTICE OF SUIT--NO PROPERTY

TO: Vernon C. Van-Etta Residence
and Address Unknown YOU ARE
HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has been filed
against you Vernon C. Van-Efta and you
are required fo serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any to it, on the
plaintiff's attorney, whose name and
address is

R.E. Cowart
P.O. Box 14
Madison, Florida 32340

and file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
February 6, 1973; otherwise a judgement
may be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or petition.

WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said Court on December 29, 1972.

Dale M. Leslie
As Clerk of said Court
By: -s- Sandra M. Pearce
As Deputy Clerk

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR LEON
COUNTY, FLORIDA.

CIVIL CASE NO. 72-1868

IN RE: $30,000,000 HIGHER
EDUCATION BONDS, SERIES F

ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE

STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF
FLORIDA, a body corporate under
Section 2 of Article IX and Subsection
(a) of Section 9 of Article XII of the
Constitution of the State of Florida, as
amended.

Plaintiff,
vs.

THE STATE OF FLORIDA, et al,
Defendants.

TO THE STATE OF FLORIDA,
THROUGH ITS STATE ATTORNEYS
OF THE FIRST, SECOND, THIRD,
FOURTH, FIFTH, SIXTH, SEVENTH,
EIGHTH, NINTH, TENTH,
ELEVENTH, TWELFTH, THIR-
TEENTH, FOURTEENTH, FIF-
TEENTH, SIXTEENTH, SEVEN-
TEENTH, EIGHTEENTH,
NINETEENTH AND TWENTIETH
JUDICIAL CIRCUITS, AND THE
SEVERAL PROPERTY OWNERS,
TAXPAYERS AND CITIZENS

_ THEREOF AND OF ALACHUA, BAY,

BRADFORD, BREVARD, BROWARD,
CITRUS, COLLIER, COLUMBIA,
DADE, DUVAL, ESCAMBIA,
HIGHLANDS, HILLSBOROUGH,
JACKSON, LAKE, LEE, LEON,
MADISON, MANATEE, MARION,
MONROE, OKALOOSA, ORANGE,
PALM BEACH, PASCO, PINELLAS,
POLK, - PUTNAM, ST. JOHNS, ST.
LUCIE, SARASOTA, SEMINOLE,
SUWANNEE, TAYLOR, WASHINGTON
AND VOLUSIA COUNTIES, FLORIDA,
INCLUDING NON-RESIDENTS
OWNING PROPERTY OR SUBJECT
TO TAXATION THEREIN, AND
OTHERS HAVING OR CLAIMING ANY
RIGHT, TITLE OR INTEREST IN
PROPERTY TO BE AFFECTED BY
THE ISSUANCE BY THE STATE
BOARD CF EDUCATION OF FLORIDA
OF NOT EXCEEDING $30,000,000
HIGHER EDUCATION BONDS,
SERIES F HEREINAFTER MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED, OR
WHO MAY BE IN ANY WAY AF-
FECTED THEREBY:

The State of Florida, through the State
Attorneys of the First, Second, Third,
Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Seventh, Eighth,
Ninth, Tenth, Eleventh, Twelfth,
Thirteenth, Fourteenth, Fifteenth,
Sixteenth, Seventeenth, Eighteenth,
Nineteenth and Twentieth Judicial
Circuits of said State, and the several
property owners, taxpayers and Citizens
thereof and of Alachua, Bay, Bradford,
Brevard, Broward, Citrus, Collier,
Columbia, Dade, Duval, Escambia,
Highlands, Hillsborough, Jackson, Lake,
Lee, Leon, Madison, Manatee, Marion,
Monroe, Okaloosa, Orange, Palm
Beach, Pasco, Pinellas, Polk, Putnam,
Putnam, St. Johns, St. Lucie, Sarasota,
Seminole, Suwannee, Taylor,
Washington and Volusia Counties,
Florida, including non-residents owning
property or subject to taxation therein,
and others having or claiming any right,
title or interest in property to be affected
by the issuance by the State Board of
Education of Florida, a body corporate
under Section 2 of Arficle IX and Sub-
section (a) of Section 9 of Article XII of
the Constitution of the State of Florida,
as amended, of Higher Education Bonds,
Series F, in the aggregate principal
amount of not exceeding $30,000,000,
hereinafter more particularly
described, or to be affected in any way
thereby, are hereby required to appear
before the Circuit Court of Leon County,
Florida, in the Second Judicial Circuit of
said State at the Courthouse in

Tallahassee, Florida, on the 12th day of

Feb. 1973, at 9:30 o’clock a.m., and show
cause why the prayers of the Complaint
filed in the above proceeding should not
be granted and the bonds therein
described and the proceedings of the
Plaintiff heretofore taken authorizing
the issuance thereof validated and
confirmed.

Said bonds are dated May 1, 1972, bear
interest at not exceeding the maximum
lawful rate of interest authorized on the
date of the sale of the bonds, payable
semi-annually on May 1 and November |
of each year, are in the aggregate
principal amount of not exceeding
$30,000,000 and mature in annual in.
staliments on May | of each of the years
1973 to 2002, inclusive, all as more fully
described in the Complaint filed herein
and the exhibits attached thereto.

This Order shall be published in the
manner required by Section 75.06,
Florida Statutes, in the aforementioned
Counties.

DONE AND ORDERED at
Tallahassee, Florida, this 27th day of
Dec., 1972.

GUYTE P. McCORD, JR.
Judge of the Circuit Court
for Leon County, Florida

CERTIFICATE

It is hereby certified that copies of the
foregoing Order and the Complaint
referred to therein have been furnished
fo the State Attorneys of the First,
Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth,
Seventh, Eighth, Ninth, Tenth,
Eleventh, Twelfth, Thirteenth, Four-
teenth, Fifteenth, Sixteenth, Seven-
teenth, Eighteenth, Nineteenth and
Twentieth Judicial Circuits of the State
of Florida, by mail this 27 day of Dec.,
A.D, 1972.

ARNOLD L. GREENFIELD and
ROBERT E. NIRO

Attorneys for Plaintiff

Room 622, Larson Building
Tallahassee, Florida 32304

By S. Robert E. Niro



vir. John Devjak is reported

Mr. .
recovering from a heart attack. r. J. C. Moore underwent WY

surgery this week.

ail

At the Madison Livestock Market Tuesday 452
cattle and calves were sold compared to 383 a week
ago.

Slaughter cows steady to strong. Bulls strong.
Other classes few.

Feeder steers and heifers were few in one or both

‘weeks. Cows steady. Steer calves $2-$4 higher.

Heifer calves $1-$3 higher.
Some short-bodied, compact calves are not in-
cluded in these quotations.

FEEDER CLASSES:
STEERS AND STEER CALVES:
Choice 125-200 Ibs. 71.00-80.00; 200-300 lbs. 61.00-
74.00; 300-406 Ibs. 50.00-60.00; 400-500 lbs. 48.50-

Notes From Your
Chamber Of Commerc

In a recent edition of “Toward Tomorrow,” a
publication of the Florida Department of Com-
_ merce, Madison County was one of three counties
in Florida expected to lose population during the
1970’s. Unless we all pull together, this prediction
could come true.

We, as individuals, need to promote Madison

LEON
FEDERAL
SAVINGS

GUARANTEED AND STABILIZED
ADVERTISING RATES FOR

ALL OF 1973

Minimum color charge $5.00.

The Enterprise-Recorder, Friday, January 12, 1973-Section 1 ge

County as we travel. We need to encourage new
residents into this area and persuade our young
people to stay. This is the only way in which we can
keep up with the rest of the state, population-wise.

We need to sell our assets and lessen our
problems. Sure, we have some problems but what
community in the world doesn’t? Our assets far
outweight any minute problems which we have.
Your Greater Madison County Chamber of Com-
merce urges you to promote Madison County.
Together we can make Madison County even
greater.

LETTER TO THE OLD COUNTRY EDITOR
January 5, 1973

Editor

concerned about this loss if not for aesthetic
reasons then at least for economic ones. The
parents of the community must be concerned if not
for themselves then at least for their children. I
must believe that the college has been as total a
benefit to the Madison area.

Personally, I am not affected by the recent

on

ARIES
Mar. 21 - Apr. 19

TAURUS
Apr. 20 - May 20

GEMINI
May 21 - June 20

MOONCHILD
June 21 - July 22

your week a
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Forecast Period: January 14 to January 21, 1973

Hold it! According to your chart, you are per-
mitting your imagination to work against a
member of the opposite sex. A devious associate
is feeding you half-truths. :

Disfavor with persons in authority is indicated.
Also, it's advisable that you seek rest and proper
diet. Otherwise, a chronic illness will flare up.

Much of what you hear, during the present cos-
mic cycle, will be part truth and part fiction.
Many under your sign will take every wrong di-
rection. The point? Postphone major decisions.
This cosmic cycle should be the forerunner of a
new project. So, tie up loose ends; avoid, becom-
ing involved in someone else’s commitments.

a is

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54.00; 500-600 Ibs. 44.00-48.00; 600-700 lbs. one 45.00. Enterprise- Prepare to cast your efforts into a new venture.
DAY DATE [HIGH TIDE| LOW TIDE Good 125-200 Ibs. 64.00-72.00; 200-300 Ibs. 57.00- i mg ig LEO Problems and intrigues are developing near
x 66.00; 300-400 lbs. 47.00-55.00; 400-500 lbs. 43.00- July 23 - Aug. 22 your Joe 5 place | of employment, Your ehavt
7:35 AM. 1:30 A.M 49.50; 500-600 lbs. one 45.00. Dear Editor trate or play the et a aor, :
FRI. JAN, 12 > ; Standard 125-200 lbs. 52.00-58.00; 200-300 Ibs. If you care to think in terms of simple arithmetic, VIRGO Talent or training that you have put aside, will
:00 P.M. [12:45 P.M. | 47.00-57.00; 300-400 Ibs. few 47.00-48.00; 400-500 Ibs. several instructors at an average of $10,000 per Aug. 23 - Sept. 32 a ee AT
few 44.50-46.50. year means that over $100,000 has left the Madison ditional source of income is possible,
HEIFERS AND HEIFER CALVES area. Most of that would have been spent right here L1sRA ozs Sood foreuve often kes: seams, avenues $ So,
9:45 A.M. | 2: since housing, food and utilities are big expenses Peon: Vets ont become disturbed by a de ay Of i
SAT. JAN, 13 8 M250 AM. Choice 125-200 Ibs. 58.00-60.00; 200-300 Ibs. 48.00- for every Ey The number of na anor Jove: oh Is delay an a getairs for %a
:05P.M.| 1:50 P.M. | 54.00; 300-400 Ibs. 43.00-47.00; 400-500 lbs. 40.00- inthe Madison area makes a more complicated and ~~ SCORPIO For the want of better words, let's put it this
43.00; 500-600 lbs. one 40.00. at the same time more expensive loss to the Oct. 23 - Nov. 21 way; You are inclined to put a member of the
Good 125-200 Ibs. 52.00-58.00; 200-300 Ibs. 45.00- community. opposite ior gin ea
1130 52.00; 300-400 Ibs. 42.00-45.00; 400-500 Ibs. 40.00-43.00. Iam quite aware of the fact that some people in - must be nourished.
SUN. JAN. 14 <30 A.M.| 4:10 AM, Standard 200-300 lbs. 40.00-44.00; 300-400 lbs. the community are not particularly unhappy about SAGITTARIUS The planet Mars now moves into favorable po-
9:15P.M, | 3:20PM. 38.00-41.50; 500-600 Ibs. 36.00-39.00. the recent reductions i student body and faculty at Nov. 22 Te Bc 1 Bg ng
STOCKER COWS: Over 600 Ibs. Good and Choice North Florida Junior College. The students have that will solve a chronic problem.
30.00-35.00; Standard few 26.00-26.50, one low. Good been grouped together by some as hippies and the ~~ CAPRICORN Be careful! You might find yourself spending
12:45 p M_| 5:25 A.M. | cow-calf pair of $330.00. faculty labeled radicals. Let us first of all look at "ec 3% i pa
MON. JAN. 15 SLAUGHTER CLASSES the students. Even disregarding the fact that they of good fortune - leading to financial problems.
10:30 P.M. | 5:00 P.M. STEERS: Small lot high. Standard 32.00. are your children and your neighbor’s children, AQUARIUS Practice a little tolerance. Opposition to your
HEIFERS: Virtually absent. they are great kids. I have taught in many different Jan, 20 -Feb. 13 attitude and HS EE
COWS: Commercial 31.75-33.50; Utility 26.50- parts of this country and know something of high of confidence. :
1:30 P.M. | 6:25 A.M 31.00; Cutter 24.00-27.00. school and college students. I SAY THESE ARE PISCES The planet Mars could, very well, play havoc in
TUES. JAN. 16 Pd Le BULLS: Commercial one 33.50; Utility one 32.00. GREAT KIDS! Now the faculty. You needn't look Fev. 19-Mar20 your immediate surdundings Cuaid Spain
11:30 P.M. | 6:15 P.M. Hogs totaled 639 compared with 1120 last week. any further than your church, civic organizations, pg iy wil
U.S. 2-3 barrows and gilts 180-210 Ibs. 30.40; 210- service clubs and community action groups to find
240 lbs. 30.75. the faculty of North Florida Junior College in- duct : :
2:05 P.M. | 7:05 P.M. Individual consignments 180-210 Ibs. 30.65-32.45; volved and concerned. Teduetions since | am resurningiie Sraduste school.
WED. | JAN. 7 745 AM. | 210-210 1bs. 3140-32855 240-170 bs, 30,30.32.75; 160. The point is, citizens of Madison, many of you are cq affected by what is going to happen to my
; as 180 lbs. 29.00 only; 140-180 lbs. 27.30 -26.65; 120-140 working hard through various organizations such FLIOME oN. nm opinion the administration at
lbs. 23.80 only; 100-120 lbs. 25.00 only. as the Chamber of Commerce to bring Industry to iL . a 1 ye help from the com-
U.S. 1-3 Sows 180-400 Ibs. 22.90-23.05; 400-600 lbs. the area. Yet, you are failing to adequately support ¢,., TS es help could come in the
ums. {oan 12:30 P.M.| 8:00 A.M. | 23.60-24.05. one of the cleanest, quietest, most prestigious, and "po Ouro Semon gud Concern from everyone
TH . | JAN. 18 2.35 P.M.| 7:55 P.M Boars over 300 Ibs. 19.75 under 300 lbs. 17.30. yes, most profitable industries of all--a college. I 110 1 iginess oS Hower ul advertising potential
: Ei must believe that the business men of the area are :

The question is what type of institution of higher
learning do you want in Madison? Only you the
people can answer that query and help put the
college back on the track in that direction.

Yours truly,

David Hawkins

Seed

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COUNTY CALENDAR

birth defects will be held in Madison.

WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, JANUARY 24
and 25

brighter hope that your future
generations will be spared the
tragedy of birth defects. Some
quarter of a million newborns
are stricken each year with

Mrs. Eloise Reams, Green-
ville: Mrs. Glendyle Littleton,
Pinetta: Mrs. Monteze Barrs,
Lee: Mrs. Melba Barrs, Cherry

4 : = : physical and mental damage.” Lake: Mrs. Ann Williams, e

8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.---Canning Workshop at the The March of Dimes backs Madisoli. ihe

] = Madison Agriculture Center. research. medical services.

Pb ‘health education and com- Volunteers are always by

(Continued From Page 1) TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6 munity services aimed at needed Anyone interested in wat

: — rovention’ : ong cam-

Employment Service is in Court House in main 7:00 p.m.---School Board meets in Administration [revention ng Usament. ag one he

floor office to help you find a job. If you are now building on North Duval St. os ec Programs. in his area. Won't you please p

loafing, try working, you’ll like it. This year in Madison County, help? a0

9:15 a.m.---Commodity Kitchen over WMAF. concerned volunteers for the fac

12:15 p.m.---Rotary Club Meeting at the Madison Mother's March will be under Remember, birth defects are the

Woman's Club. PASS N G PA RA DE the direction of: forever--unless you help. to 1

1:30 p.m.---County Commissioners meet at Court : a)

House. , . . 2

A I e (Continued From Page 1) Merriken Realty, Inc. Pal

THURSDAY, JANUARY 18 a ; 803 W, Base Street, Madison, Florid n

8:00 p.m.--Meeting of Madison Elks at the Millions more over last year this time. : Warr, otlne to

Lodge Grant us the privilege of serving you, when Buying fre

6:30 p.m.---January Historical Society Meeting, AND BACK ON the local! scene, we or Selling Real Estate. wh

covered dish supper at Florida Power Lounge. have a new bank opening next Tuesday, Edna C. Merriken Fir

Program: Pictures and history of buildings and the BANK OF MADISON. As you may Reg. Real Estate Broker Un

people in Madison County from beginning to notice in section three this week the other Rheuben M. Hair, Sr. Associate of

present. Members only. financial institutions, suppliers and CALL 973-2995 oo

- 0 friends are extending congratulations (After Hours Monday Taru Thursday-Call 973-6489 io

FRIDAY, JANUARY 19 i : . : vi

. 7:00 p.m.---Evangelistic Services conducted by This pSNING Now 9ives Madison Sounty Fo

Regular Price Mario Rivera At Madison Presbyterian Church. our Top tlight financial institutions an . Cor
Services also Saturday and Sunday nights and reflects confidence on the part of n- Visit

Sunday morning at 11 a.m. vestors in the continued and escalating 2

e—— 7:00 p.m.--March of Dimes Benefit Basketball Progress of the entire metropolitan Eb RM Farm Center pr

Game at the Lee School Gym. Lee Ladies vs. Madison area. y

Pinetta Ladies and Lee men vs. Pinetta Men. ; SE 314 S. Range Madison Florida op!

Admission 25 cents students and 50 cents adults. Mrs. Worden Worden, 197 ditector of the 4 Co

March of Dimes campaign.
“We need your help,” Mrs.
Worden asks, in announcing the
start of the annual January
appeal. :

“What you'll get for your
support,” she added, ‘is a

For :
Western Wear a

For The Famil

Come and cheer as your friends and neighbors play

Directs March
for the March of Dime Children.

Of Dimes

“Begin your New Year by
helping the drive against birth
defects.” urges Mrs. Joe

Shag Carpet

Reduced To
*4.95 and 5.94 Sq. Yd.

H. B. George

Floor
Covering

Phone (912) 242-0904
Castle Park Valdosta, Georgia

MONDAY, JANUARY 21
5:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.---Mother’s ‘March against

Mid-Town Mayor
Tv :

IN THIS COMMUNITY |
|

ITS WHAT You
LEARN AFTER YoU
KNOW |T ALL THAT

COUNTS |

GROWTH ror you
GROWTH

FOR YOUR COMMUNITY

: Get Your Money’s Worth-

This institution is dedicated to perform two functions for
the community we serve. First and foremost there must:
be adequate funds available to help local families pur-
chase and improve homes.

To provide these funds, we perform a second service
... encouraging folks to save by paying the highest legal
interest rates on insured savings. This interest-income
in turn, is generated by our home financing activity. The
direct result is financial growth for the saver that makes
the future brighter... and an improved economy for our
community.

So, for your own benefit, and the community’s.... open
a savings account during the first ten days of January.
That way you will be sure of earning the most dollars in
interest during 1973. ;

Money’s
What You're
Saving
Money For

ate
Ri =A

~~ STATEMENT OF CONDITION :
December 31, 1972
ASSETS
First Mortgage loans .............. ea a Se $15.299,222,62
AlOtherbomms .. -. ... .. .......... cc. ci cise. 284,092.53 :
Cishon Hind and in Banks . ................. . 0 ci ici 6383.667.11
Investment and Securities... ...,.......... 0 isin 819.617.19
Fixed Assels (Less Depreciation) .. ..... ..:...i.....2c..0.. 7.215.89
: Deferred Charges and Other Assets . . | he hie he ee 127,114.17
Re I; i Total Assets ©, .........., waa eee $17,220,929.51
Wi 5 / LIABILITIES
Savings AceomilS .. .- . .... 0... ie eae ae aa, $15.316,217.96
Advances from Federal Home Loan Bank ................... 250,000.00
lomsin Process... ....... ........ cc's 579,055.56
Other Liabilities... ..... cc icine se sii, 60,897.51
SpecificResenves . ... ....... ... ... 0000 a a RS, 34,513.06
General Reserves and Surplus... cc. 0. cen siiiinna in 930,245.42
Total Liabilities and Net Worth ......... .. $17,220,929.51
In 1972, First Federal savers received DIRECTORS OFFICERS

hid : : '
$1,552,363.00 in interest on their savings! Willis L. Miller
Sidney F. Pearlman
Carroll P. Scruggs
W. Conner Thomson
Hugh L. Vallotton
Nelson A. Warlick

Ed G. Barham
Charles W. Barnes, Jr.
A. L. Dean

Dr. F. G. Eldridge
John W. Langdale
William M. Lester, Jr
Leonard J. Mederer

John W. Langdale. Chrm. of Board a
Wm. M. Lester, Jr., President 4
Hugh L. Vallotton, Vice President

Jerry L. DeMott, Vice President

Ed G. Barham, Secretary

Helen W. Gayle, Treasurer

Dorothy L. Kent, Asst. Treasurer

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VALDOSTA, GEORG\A

and Loan Association

509 N. Patterson Street
“W here you see the time
and temperature sign”’

msm m—

411 N. Patterson
244.0164

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the ordinance, as noted aforesaid, Plaintiffs’ at-
tempts to collect such garbage had been rebuffed
by the City, who have threatened to cut off the
water and gas of any resident doing business with
the Plaintiffs.

22. All of the actions of the Defendants, as noted
aforesaid, have been due solely and chiefly to the
fact that the Plaintiffs were not born and raised in
the City of Madison. This refusal of the Defendants
to let the Plaintiffs collect garbage within the City
of Madison constitutes discrimination against the
Plaintiffs on account of the fact that they are not
native residents of the City of Madison. This refusal
violates the Plaintiffs’ right to due process of law,
to citizenship, to a substantial property right, to
freedom of speech and to freedom of association
which are guaranteed by 42 U.S.C. 1983, and the
First, Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments of the
United States Constitution. Moreover, the actions
of the Defendant, individually and-or in concert or
conspiracy with each other has amounted to a
taking of property without just compensation in

violation of the due process clause of the Fifth and

Fourteenth Amendment to the United States
Constitution. :
SECOND COUNT

23. Plaintiffs repeat each and every allegation as
previously set forth, herein, and in addition allege:

24. Defendants’ refusal to let the Plaintiffs
operate a garbage collection service within the
County and City of Madison has been due solely and
chiefly to the fact of the Plaintiffs’ age, namely that
the Plaintiffs are young in that Plaintiff Edwards is

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Garbage Spat Lands Village In Fed Court!!

23 years of age, and Plaintiff, Moak, 26 years of
age. Both of the Plaintiffs recently received
honorable discharges from the United States Ar-
med Forces after having served in Vietnam. The
Defendants, with malice and in bad faith, have
consciously tried to keep out young people and
youth from business within the City of Madison.

THIRD COUNT

25. Plaintiffs repeat each and every allegation as
previously set forth, herein, and in addition allege:

26. On or about August 3, 1972, there appeared in
the Madison County Carrier an article concerning
the proposed operation of Solid Waste Unlimited. In
this article it was noted, that the Plaintiffs
proposed to establish a cheaper more efficient
service than the City of Madison previously had in
existance. Among other things the article stated:

The Carrier asked Moak if he planned to offer his
services to those who already received the services
of the City. ‘We intend to provide pick ups for any
and all customers that request it. I am aware of the
fact that there are many people in the City limits
that are dissatisfied with service that they are now
receiving, even to the point of refusing to pay their
monthly billing charges for various assorted
reasons. In any case, we will pick up -- when and
where it is requested, provided it is feasible.’

The Defendants individually took the aforesaid
article to be a criticism of their governing the City
of Madison.

27. In addition, to the aforesaid statements in the
newspaper, Plaintiffs made known it was their

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theory and desire for private enterprise and free
competition to prevail. The Defendants, however,
are against private enterprise and seek to establish
a system whereby the City government controls all
services wherever feasible instead of having the
traditional system of private enterprise operate
within the City of Madison.

28. Due to the criticism in the statements
aforesaid, the Defendants, refused to let the
Plaintiffs operate a franchise or business within the
City of Madison and this refusal and other actions
were designed to drive the Plaintiffs out of
business, and this constitutes a denial of a sub-
stantial property right due to the Plaintiffs’ at-
tempt to exercise their basic rights to free speech
and free press as guaranteed by the Constitution of
the United States, 42 U.S.C. 1983, and the First and
Fourteenth Amendments to the United States
Constitution.

and all persons acting in concert or participation
with them to do the following:

1. Immediately cease and desist from such acts
calculated to drive the Plaintiffs out of business,
namely, Defendants cease and desist from in-
creasing land fill rates, and cease and desist from
annexing territory in the County;

2. Declare Ordinance No. 72-6 null and void;

3. Grant the Plaintiffs a franchise or license to
collect garbage within the city limits of the City of
Madison.

In addition, Plaintiffs request this Court to enter
an order granting the Plaintiffs compensatory and
punitive damages in excess of Fifty Thousand
($50,000) Dollars, against the Defendants in-
dividually or jointly or severally. Furthermore,
Plaintiffs request reasonable attorney’s fees
together with costs and disbursements of this ac-
tion. Plaintiffs further pray for such additional
relief as the interests of justice raay require.

Respectfully Submitted,

Jon D. Caminez

Attorney at Law

Suite 101

1030 East Lafayette Street
Tallahassee, Florida 32301

JURY DEMAND
Pursuant to Rule 38 of the Federal Rules of Civil
Procedure, the Plaintiff hereby demands a trial by
jury on all issues to triable.

ORDINANCE NO. 72-6
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE

Some families need a four-bedroom home . . . others
just want one. Some don’t need or want a home quite
that large. But, at Jim Walter Homes it doesn’t
matter what needs or wants you have... we build
them all . . . four bedrooms . . . three . . . two or just
one. Whatever you want. Jim Walter “‘better buy’
homes are custom built on your property in a wide
variety of sizes and models . . . and they all accent
comfort and functional beauty with special emphasis
on LOW COST. What do you want? We'll build it
for you.

And these custom built homes conform to high stand-
ards of quality to give you years and years of low
maintenance upkeep. You'll spend more of your spare

time enjoying your home and your family while your
neighbors are fixing up and painting. That's because
we use building materials that are especially selected
for long life . . . aluminum windows, hardboard
“wood made better’ siding that holds paint years
longer than ordinary siding and heavy duty roofing,
to mention a few.

Now, to keep the cost of your home even lower, low
Jim Walter will build on your property, completely for
finishing the outside — down to the last nail, the and
shutters and the paint — but stop at almost any stage
of inside completion ...you do the rest and save
money. The handier you are with tools and the more
interior work you do, the more you'll save. We'll

A Couples Line of Second Howe Collages
MORTGAGE FINANCING

to qualified property owners

Call

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Jim Walter builds a better buy!

even furnish the materials and include the cost in
your mortgage if you like.

8 OVER 20 “BETTER BUY” MODELS
a BUILT ON YOUR PROPERTY

today. He'll give you complete information and the

INSTANT MORTGAGE FINANCING. Isn't it time you
moved up to a ‘better buy’’ by Jim Walter? Sure it is.

When you th
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understand there would be
no obligation to buy and

NO. 71-1 OF THE CITY OF MADISON
ESTABLISHING THE CITY OF MADISON AS
EXCLUSIVE GARBAGE, TRASH AND WASTE
MATERIALS COLLECTING AGENCY OF
GARBAGE, TRASH AND WASTE MATERIALS
" ACCUMULATED IN THE CITY OF MADISON,
EXCEPT INDUSTRIAL WASTE: PROVIDING
AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
BE IT ENACTED BY THE CITY COMMISSION
“ OF THE CITY OF MADISON, FLORIDA:

Section 1. Ordinance No. 71-1 is hereby amended,
changed and altered to provide the following
Sections and provisions thereto:

Section 5A. All garbage, trash and waste
materials, excluding industrial waste, ac-
cumulated in the City of Madison shall be collected,
conveyed and disposed of by the City. No person,
firm, partnership, or corporation shall collect,
convey over any of the streets or alleys of the City,
or dispose of, any garbage, trash, and waste
materials, excluding industrial waste, ac-
cumulated in the City.

Section 5B. This ordinance ‘shall not prohibit
collectors of garbage, trash and waste materials
from outside of the City from hauling the same over

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or write your local Jim Walter Homes’ manager

cost of building a four-bedroom, two-bath home
you . .. or any other home you want or need . . .
explain how qualified property owners can get

nk of a new home think of
Walter Js»:
(Mail to nearest office!

would like to have more
nformation and the cost of

this ordinance. : =

Section 3. This ordinance shall take effect
mediately upon its passage.

Section 4. All ordinances and parts of ordinance
in conflict herewith to the extent of such ordinance *
be and the same are hereby repealed. :

PASSED by unanimous vote of the City Com-
mission of the City of Madison, Florida, future
reading not being required on this 3rd day of Oc-
tober A.D., 1972. :

Bernard E. Wilson, Mayor

ATTEST:

Norma Jean Hendry, City Clerk

Metro News Briefs

Mrs. Fred Mickler underwent surgery
in Valdosta yesterday. We do not have
any late information but hope to next
issue.

AT THE MEN'S SERVICE CLUBS this
week, Rev. Walter Edwards addressed
the Lions and Jim Catron discussed a
recent Rotarian Magazine article
promulgating world government. Mr.
Catron was less than enchanted with the
proposal and tossed a few brickbats at
the scheme. Rotary guests were Wes
Catledge, High Sheriff Joe Peavy, Gene
Stokes, Joe Hewitt. Ladies night on
Monday, Feb. 5 was discussed. Program
Chairman Joe Davis introduced the
speaker.

Memo to all local lawmen: check out
the Henry Hall semi’s hightailing
through Madison, particularly when
turning off U.S. 90 to the Quitman high-
way.

About 55 stockholders attended the
annual meeting of the Bank of Greenville
Tuesday night and heard President
Brannen report a $10.32-per-share profit,
highest in the 67-year history of the bank.
The capital account of the bank was
increased over $73,000. The chicken pie,
annually requested by Director Turner
Davis, tasted even better this year as Mr.
Brannen ticked off one favorable item
after the other.

Tallahassee, Florida 32302

that you would give me these
facts free of charge.

FARMERS &

RESOURCES

Loans and Discount

Overdrafts

Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures
U. S. Bonds
County & Municipal Bonds

Other Bonds
Federal Funds Sold

Cash on Hand and Due From Banks

2526 W. Tennessee Street MARE — :
P. O. Box 415 ay... ar. governing laws or ordina
PH 4 5764 138 Telephone (or neighbors)
If rural route please give directions = antes
OPEN 8'til 8 OPEN 8'til 6 el, 2 Coa 3 d,
) ook ioys a. Ad e I own property in couny_| as previously amende
CONDENSED STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF

MERCHANTS BANK

OF MONTICELLO, FLORIDA

as of the close of business December 31, 1972

OFFICERS:

T. L. CLARKE — PRESIDENT

H. C. HAMILTON - VICE PRESIDENT and ATTORNEY
F. WILSON CARRAWAY, JR, — VICE PRESIDENT

T. CARY WHEELER — ASSISTANT VICE PRESIDENT
JOE ANDERSON — ASSISTANT VICE PRESIDENT

MARIA C. CLARK — CASHIER MEMBER

LIABILIT 15S

$ 4,755,786.65 Capital Stock $ 150,000.00
1,519.74 Surplus: Funds 650,000.00
122,243.63 Undivided Profits 355,393.14
3107,235.00 Reserve for Bad Debt 80,582.50
2,557,860.81 Reserve for Dividends 21,012.00
. 813,750.00 Reserve For Taxes 11,155.47
800,000.00 Interest Collected not Earned 52,749.48
Deposits 13,470,777.60

2,633,274.36
$14,791,670.19

$14,791,670.19

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DIRECTORS: U

WwW. W, Bassett, Jr, I'. L. Clarke C. J. Reams
H. C. Hamilton S. C. Simpson
F. W. Carraway, Jr. J. B. Keen A. N, Watson

FEDERAL DEPOSN INSURANCE CORPORATION
EACH ACCOUNT INSURED TO $20,000.00

the provisions of this ordinance and with any other

| city streets, provided such collectors comply with
Section 2. Ordinance No. 71-1 of the City of

Madison shall remain in full force and effec except

nces.

altered and changed by

Farmer, Rancher
Help To
Wildlife Grows

MADISON Dec. 13--
America’s farmers feed not
only cattle, hogs, and poultry,
but everything else that flies,
swims, runs, or crawls on farm
and ranchlands--an estimated
80 percent of the nation’s
wildlife.

And, says Kenneth E. Grant,
administrator of the Soil
Conservation Service, (SCS)
1.8. Department of
Agriculture, his agency's end-
of-the-year figures show that
farmer encouragement of
wildlife is on the increase.

In fiscal year 1972, according
to Mr. Grant, SCS assisted
farmers, ranchers and other
landowners in improving more
than 7! million acres of land
and water areas for the benefit
of wildlife--a 28 percent in-
crease over last year.

Further, SCS reports, more
than half a million acres of
other rural land was converted
from crop or rangeland into
wildlife and recreation areas
during 1972.

SCS helps landowners im-
prove food, water, and cover for
wildlife. Improved habitat, says
Mr. Grant, increases wildlife
populations even faster than
stocking.

He points out that the 7'2
million acres of habitat im-
provement is only a small part
of the American farmer's aid to
wildlife.

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T. C. GIBSON, Vice-President & Cashier
LEE A. KINARD, Assistant Vice-President
L. L. McMULLEN, JR., Assistant Cashier
BERNICE BODENSTEIN, Assistant Cashier
BEULAH ANN CONE, Assistant Cashier

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J. L. BRINSON

LARRIE J. CHERRY A. G. HERRING
JULIAN M. DuRANT, M.D. NR AESTHRER&. HORNE
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DIXIE DARLING

FAMILY BREAD

20-o0z.
LOAVES

W-D BRAND PURE

Ground Beef ..... 3:

USDA GRADE ‘A’ W-D BRAND

Baking Hens ....... . 49¢

QUARTER SLICED HICKORY

Smoked Ham ...... . 88¢

SAVE 80c - SWIFT PREMIUM
$397
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Canned Hams....
Smoked Picnics ...."" 59¢

$1 99

W-D BRAND PORK SHOULDER... (SLICED LB. 6%9¢)

SAVE 10c - W-D BRAND

All Meat Franks .... 2 59¢

W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF

kRoast....... = 88¢

Chuc

CHASE &
SANBORN

COFFEE

ASTOR COFFEE
58¢

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CAN

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Cat Food . 5

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COUPON & PURCHASE OF

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THRIFTY MAID

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GOOD THRU JAN. 1
No. 6 i

AT YOUR LOCAL WINN-DI

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THRIFTY MAID WHOLE KERNEL

HORMEL

Chili & Beans .....

CRACKIN’ GOOD

Saltines ..........

SAVE 25c¢ - ARROW

Bath Tissue .......

DIXIE DARLING

Cake Mixes ......

Limit 1 with $7.50 or more purch. excl. cigs. :

S&H GREEN
STAMPS

NEWSPAPER
COUPON & PURCHASE Of

WITH

ONE 2.18. PKG.
THUNDERBOLT
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GOOD THRU JAN. 17

AT YOUR LOCAL WINN-DIXIE

“S&H GREEN
STAMPS

WITH NEWSPAPER
COUPON & PURCHASE OF

TWO 24-0z. CANS
KAL KAN
Dog Food
GOOD THRU JAN. 17

AT YOUR LOCAL WINN-DIXIE

« S&H Green Stamps

* Everyday Low Prices

» Weekly Specials

SIUC

PRICES GOOD THURS. JAN. 11 THRU WED. JAN. 17

SAVE 31c - W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BOTTOM BONELESS

Round Steak ....... =

SAVE 30c - W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS

Rump Roast ........ LB.

SAVE 21c - W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE HANDI-PACK GROUND

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SAVE 33c : THRIFTY MAID

Sliced Peaches .... 4%

(20c OFF)... DETERGENT

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SAVE 21c - ALL VEGETABLE

Wesson Oil ........

SAVE 21c - ASTOR ALL PURPOSE

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SAVE 50c - SALUTO

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Pot Pies

GEORGIA SWEET

Potatoes

EXTRA |
S&H GREEN
“STAMPS

WITH NEWSPAPER
COUPON & PURCHASE OF

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AT YOUR LOCAL WINN-DIXIE

S&H GREEN
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WITH NEWSPAPER
COUPON & PURCHASE OF

ONE 4-LB. SIZE
SHENANDOAH DARK MEAT
Turkey Roast
GOOD THRU ‘JAN. 17

No. 8

AT YOUR LOCAL WINN-DIXIE

MEAT
DINNERS

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Party Pizza . %: $1

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STOUFFER'S CHICKEN, BEEF OR YiResy

No. 4

Round Canned Ham
No. 9

Quantity Rights

Reserved

WINN-DIXIE STORES, INC.
COPYRIGHT - 1973

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Frosting Mix ..... 3:

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AT YOUR LOCAL WINN-DIXIE

GOOD THRU JAN. 17

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NFJC CALENDAR

SATURDAY, JANUARY 13

The NFJC Sentinels play Pensacola College
tonight at 7:30 (CST) there.

MONDAY, JANUARY 15

Police Officers course begins today at 8 a.m. in
the President’s Conference room and continues
through March 2.

Girls Sports Council meets today at 5 p.m. in the
office of Mrs. Glenn Johnson. At 5:30 p.m. girls
basketball practice begins. All who want to play in
intramural tournaments please come. Practice will
continue through the week and times will be an-
nounced.

There will be an important meeting of the BSU
today at 4:30 p.m. at the Off-Campus Student
Center, urgent business to be discussed, please
attend.

TUESDAY, JANUARY 16

Grievance Committee will meet today in GC-2 at
3pm.

The last of the ‘‘Civilization’’ movies will be
shown tonight at 8 p.m. in GC-2 the film tonight is
“Grandeur and Obedience.” The film will be shown
also on Wednesday, January 17 at 3 p.m. in General
Classroom 2.

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS .
There will be a special election for one freshman

rte ROLLIN Year

CALL
Morrow Insurance Agency

Insure Your Valuables

Don’t take chances! Insure
your home, car, boat and
all of your assets. Whatever
your needs, we've got the

senator on Jan. 25 and 26 qualifying petitions must
be in the SGA office by noon on Jan. 24.

Students expecting to graduate in April must
make application by Feb. 2 in the Office of the
Registrar.

Florida’s public high schools graduated 79,235
students at the end of 1970-71 school year, and more
than half entered college the same year An average
50.19 per cent entered college and 4.69 percent
began technical training. Counties with greatest
percent of graduates going on to college were

Jackson, 73.09; Brevard, 67.75; Pinellas, 63.97;

Sarasota, 61.89: and Okaloosa, 60.91. Counties with
highest percent of graduates going into technical
training were: Lafayette, 17.64; Columbia, 16.14;
Hernando, 12.80; Jefferson, 12.60; and Gadsden,
11.44.

POLICE SCHOOL

North Florida Junior College announces the start
of a 280-Hour Police Standards Board approved
Police Recruit School. The class will start January
15 at 8:00 a.m. and will run five days per week,
eight hours each day for seven weeks in the Con-
ference Room of the Administration Building, at
NFJC.

All equipment and supplies will be furnished by
the school with the exception of the officers hand
gun. Each student will be required to furnish his
own .38 caliber double action revolver.

The cost of the school will be $40 per student for
the full 280-hour course. This fee includes $5 tuition
and $35.00 for supplies. The supplies include: 600
rounds .38 caliber ammunition, shot gun shells,
targets, miscellaneous shooting supplies, printed
material, including copies of Traffic Laws, Con-
stitutional . Law, Criminal Law, Evidence Hand-
book, Baker Act and Myers Act, First Aid Book and
miscellaneous items.

Each student will be required to furnish a copy of
his high school diploma, or equivalent, as required

# by Rules and Regulations of Police Standards

Board. This school is open only to police officers
presently employed, or those who furnish a letter
from some police agency stating, as soon as they
complete this school, they will be hired.

Under new federal and Florida law, a police
officer must have n absolute minimum of 280 hours
instruction in law enforcement before he can put on
a uniform and function as a police officer.

Teaching the course will be a large and varied
faculty drawn from NFJC, the federal bureaus of
Investigation, and Narcotics, Florida Highway
Patrol, and Santa Fe JC, including Dr. J. Pope
Cheney, Coordinator Criminal Justice Programs
there.

Among local faculty members are Mrs. Opal
Kaney and William Brazil of NFJC, FHP Wilson
Blair, and attorney Edwin B. Browning, Jr.

SENTINELS MEET PENSACOLA

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count in conference play, as will this one.

After downing conference foe Chipola in three
tournaments the Sentinels let the Indians squeak by
them 79-75 Tuesday night (Jan. 9) at Marianna.

Dennis Harris hit 23 points and Mike Roberts
and Max Angle 16 each for the Sentinels, 9-6 and 0-
2. For the Indians 6’7"’ Lester Lewis put in 20.

According to Coach Dick Danford the Sentinels
should have a slight edge in at home play next week
against U of F Frosh Jan. 17, Okaloosa-Walton JC
Jan. 19, and St. Johns Junior College, Jan. 20.

PHI THETA KAPPA HEARS McMAHON

Colleges must provide both the special education
which attempts to prepare the student for
vocational competence and the general education
which aims at his preparation as a responsible
human being and citizen,” Dr. Stephen T. Mec-
Mahon told some 20 initiates of Phi Theta Kappa at
North Florida Junior College.

Some courses described as ‘‘frills’’ because they
do not directly relate to job competence are really
“essential,” Dr. McMahon told the members of Mu
Xi Chapter of the nation’s highest junior college
academic honorary and their parents.

What those who would cut out ‘frills’ like
history, sociology, literature, and philosophy,
among other courses, fail to realize is that each
person, ‘in addition to being a worker, is also a
family member and a citizen, and that each person
must be educated to these roles as well as to the
role of worker,” the NFJC president said.

The thesis of the NFJC president’s remarks, he
said, came from ‘Teachers in America’ a 1944
quote by Jacques Barzun: ‘The worst danger (to
our society) is the creation of a large, powerful, and
complacent class of college trained uneducated
men at the very heart of our industrial and political
system. Unthinking technicians.”

The new initiates in the NFJC PHT chapter are:
GREENVILLE: Harvey Waldrep; JACKSON-
VILLE: Kathy Neal; JASPER: Patsy Giddens,
Debra Moore, and James Ryder: LAMOND:
Sandra McKnow; LEE: Thelma Cribbs and Gary
Webb; LIVE OAK: Nellie Brown and Doretha
Scott; MADISON: Wayne Bottomley, Mary Burns,
Frank Mercer, and Drake Stilwell; MAYO:
Rhonda Morgan; MONTICELLO: Walter Ar-
mistead; PERRY: Debbie S. Howell and Barbara
Osteen; and QUITMAN, GA.: Rhonda Aikens.

Officers who installed new initiates are: John R.
Powers, JACKSONVILLE, president; Billy Keith
Young, Jr., JASPER, vice president; Cathy R.
Brown, MADISON, secretary; and Jhan Eva
Davis, AMONTICELLO, treasurer. Mrs. Martha
Hart Tomlinson of the NEJC faculty is sponsor fot
the chapter. :

Others who have earned at least a 3.25 (B plus)
grade point average and are current members
include:

BRANFORD: Patricia Severance; GREEN-
VILLE: Charlsie M. Capan, Truman Cruce, Jr. and
Frank C. Davis; JACKSONVILLE: Nancy Burnett,

North Florida Junior College News

the nation’s top JC teams the Sentinels go against
Pensacola JC, on Saturday, Jan. 13, at 9 p.m. EST.

“Pensacola who downed us 76-73 in a
Thanksgiving tournament will be even tougher but
not impossible for us,” said Coach Dick Danford.
“We are still without the services of leading scorer
Joe Hord who is out with a broken ankle bone,” he
explained.

The Sentinels take on the U of F freshmen in
Madison at 8 p.m., Jan. 17 and then Okaloosa-
Walton on January 19, and St. Johns River JC, also
in Madison.

Support from the community can help us a lot in
these games, Danford added. Close bhind Hord in
statistics is Thomas Braxton who is averaging 14.7
per game. Dennis Harris has 13.2 while Mike
Roberts has 13.5 , William Rothschild is leading
rebounder with 14.3

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| THE SHORT CIRCUIT

SH SE St

“The young people of twenty years ago were
nearly all of average quality, while a few were
really great and a few were awful. Today most
youth are either great or awful with a very few who
are about average.’ So says a friend of mine who
may know-what he is talking about.

We could probably get up a great argument about
what criteria can rightly be used to judge the young
(and the old as well), but I want to tell you about a
group of youth who are great. They may be some of Morris Moore, Rt. 4 Box 113,
a few, representatives of the majority or part of a Greenville, Fla., Ford PU.
large middle group, but they are great! A. W. Waldrep, Rt. 4,

Last summer, on money they raised themselves, Greenville, Fla., Ford 4d.
they traveled almost 1000 miles, to spend a week, Randall Pryor, Jr., Ri. 1 Box

: . ; . 9, Pinetta, Fla., Chev PU.
sleeping on the floor in sleeping bags and during the Stanley T. Janowski, P. O.
day, repairing a septic tank and leveling a

Frank Rykard, nt. 3 Box 256,
Madison, Fla., Chev PU.
Cherry Farms, Inc., Box 128,
Lee, Fla., Pamco Trl.
Rochester Roberson, Box 402,
Greenville, Fla., Pont 4d.
J. W. Davenport, P. 0. Box 5,
Madison, Fla., Olds Cpe.
James Barlow, Box 175,
Greenville, Fla., Dodge 2d.
Mack Jackson, Rt. 1 Box 132,
Greenville, Fla., Chall MH.
Leroy Denson, Rt. 1 Box 246
B, Madison, Fla., Ford 4d.

Douglas E. Dixon, Rt. 1, Lee,
Fla., Plym 4d.

Historical
Society News

January, 1973 meeting
Time: 6:30 P.M. Thursday,
January 18, 1973, covered dish
supper.
Place:
Lounge.

Florida Power

Program: Mark Cherry
Pictures and history of
buildings and people in Madison
County from beginning to
present.

Dues: $2.00 - Payable now.
Mrs. W. C. Copeland, Jr.
president, announces that this
meeting is for members only
due to limited meeting space.
This program is very in-
teresting.

Box 517, Madison, Fla., Ford
basketball court. They were members of a church Ranchero.
youth group who asked for an opportunity to help Roy C. Dickey, Rt. 1 Box 262-
someone else. C, Madison, Fla., Ford PU.

They came from a wealthy suburban church and Joel Frazier, Ri. 1 Box 2581,

: y Madison, Fla., Pont 4d.
were sent to ‘a hardship area in northern New Walter W. Grantham, Rt. 3
Mexico. They summed up their experience this Box 300C3, Madison, Fla., Ford
way,” “We learned the needs of the Indian and 4d
Spanish people, and we gained a better un-
derstanding of our neighbors. We learned the
hardships of heavy work and the difficulties of
living together with 45 people for two weeks. We
learned the beauty of a land different from our own.
We discovered there are no limits to the work we
can do for God.”

Jesus put it this way, “I.tell you, indeed,
whenever you did this for one of the least important
of these brothers of mine, you did it for me!”
Matthew 25:40 TEV

Beloved Pastor
Rev. A.M.
‘Rowe Passes

Rev. A. M. Rowe, who died
January 3, 1973, leaves a large
number of friends who loved
and revered him during his
ministry of over fifty years in
churches in the Middle Florida
Baptist Association.

He was found sitting in a chair
with the Bible in his lap and a
page from the sacred book
clutched in his left hand.

He was born November 3rd,
1890 in Nichols South Carolina,
and moved to Georgia in early
childhood.

He attended Norman Park
Junior College.

He came to Madison County
in 1922 when he was ordained to
December 3rd,

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NEW CARS the ministry
Harold S. Brown, Rt. 2 Box USED CARS 1922 in Moseley Hall Church.
126A, Madison, Fla., Ford PU. _ Grace J. Hart, Box 84, Rev. Rowe was active in the

Pinetta, Fla., Ford 2d.
Vernon Wheeler, Rt. 1 Box
145, Madison, Fla., Pont 4d.
lLaurence L and Sargent
Geraldine C., Box 534,
Greenville, Fla., Chev SW.

ministry for many years in the
Middle Florida = Baptist
Association and was pastor of
churches in Brooks County,
Georgia; Jefferson County, |
Hamilton County and Taylor

Francis L. Wyno, Rt. 1 Box
99A, Pinetta, Fla., Pont 4d

Norman K Bish or Troy O.
Rhodes, 600 SE Frances Ave,
Madison, Fla., Volks Sdn.

J. B. Jackson, 1219 Pioneer

Trl, Leesburg, Fla., Ford 4d. Gwynn Morgan and Mary County. :

John A. Chamblin, Jr., Rt. 2 Susan Blair, Rt. 4, Greenville, He was married to the late
Box 73, Madison, Fla., Dodge Fla., Shelby MH. Miss Bertie : Blanton who
PU. Roy Bass Sr., Box 21, preceded him in death July 9,

Dale E. Whigham, 502 N Madison, Fla., Ford 2d. 1949.

Rev. Rowe is survived by one
son, Judson Rowe, and two
daughters Mrs. Elizabeth Smith
and Mrs. Lorene Newsome all
of Madison, and seven grand-
children, and three great-
grandchildren.

Funeral services were held
Friday January 5th in Pine
Grove Baptist Church at 3 p.m.

Conducting the last rites were
Rev. Douglas Mitchell of
Monticello, assisted by Rev.
Bruce Smith of Madison, and
Rev. R. B. Keyes of gainesville.

Mrs. Joe McCain furnished
music for the service and ac-
companied Mr. Ronnie
Williams who, sang ' Precious
Memories.

Serving as active pallbearers

Shelby St., Madison, Fla., Ford Dennis Charles Denstermake,

ad Rt. 1 Box 329, Madison, Fla,
Cherry Farms Inc., Box 128, Chev 2d

Lee, Fla., Intl Trk. Bobby Louis Williams, Rt. 3
Cole Agner, Jr. or Sr., Rt. 2, Box 177A, Madison, Fla., Ford

Madison, Fla., Shelby MH. 2d.

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Rowe, Lynwood Rowe, and
Grady Gerald.

Honorary pallbearers were
Linsey Gerald, John Rowe, Bill
Rowe, Victor Rowe, J. B. Rowe,
Sammy Harris, Talmadge
Gerald, Kenneth Holland and
Euthan Holland.

-" Many beautiful floral of-
ferings covered his last resting
place and were mute testimony
to the love and respect in which
he was held by his family and
friends in this area where he
had labored long and devotedly
in service in the vineyard of the
Lord.

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Cherry Lake
News

Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Pearce
announce the birth of a baby
girl on Monday, January 8th,
1973, at the South Georgia
Medical Center at 5:30 p.m.

The baby has been named
Wendy Michelle Pearce and is
the granddaughter of Mr. and
Mrs. James Pearce of Cherry
Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Pete
McLeod of Madison.

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Self and Mr.
and Mrs. Billy Self visited
relatives of Gainesville last
weekend.

Several cars of people from
Cherry Lake First Baptist
Church went to Lake City
Auditorium Monday night to
hear Oral Roberts.

The G. A.’s met Tuesday at
the First Baptist Church at
Cherry Lake with 4 girls
present.

U.S.C.S. of Cherry Lake
Methodist Church met Monday,

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STATEMENT OF CONDITION
DECEMBER 31, 1972

FirstMortgage loans ................coiiindd . $69,747,284.12 DIRECTORS
AHOtherlonns..b......... coc ive inernivenen, .3,107,241.94 Jack W. Simmons
Cash and Government loans . ..................0u 7,236,147.70 L. D. Fain
Stock in Federal Home loan Bank . ................. 1,050,000.00 an Whe
Office Buildingand Land (Net... ..................- 1,588,327.36 w Robart Fokes
. 3 . en Stiles, Jr.
i Shwrer) oo SIRS] BRR
TOTALASSEIS.......coovaneiniiininrenn, ..$84,138,476.33

Savings. .............. Ghd tts tet sanranaashnes rind $63,624,395.91
Advance Payments by Borrowers. .................... 186,260.47
Federal HomeloonBank ............c.oivivvvrinnnn 12,100,000.00
loansin Process. ........covooneriinniinniinriiinas 2,781,296.74
OtherLiobilifies. ............ ccesniciininainiinaves 182,389.77
Unearned INCOME . .coo ove rivrcinineinsnrsinnenens 596,117.17
Specific and General Reserves. ....................... 4,668,016.27

TOTALUABILTIES ................c0000vss Tors $84,138,476.33

Jack W. Simmons

Chairman of the Board

L. D. Fain

Vice Chairman of the Board and
Vice President

J. Edwin White

President

Roger C. Smith

Executive Vice President
& Secretary

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Mrs. Edith W. Lowman

Vice President

Guy Thomas

Vice President

George F. Westmoreland

Controller

Miss Wilma Johnson
Assistant Controller

Mrs. Jeanette K. Floyd
Secretary to the Board

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LIABILITIES

OFFICERS

Jan. 8th, at the home of Mrs. Circle Meeting

Blalock.
Natalie Walker with 14 present. 1 The hostess served delicious
Mrs. Jean Surles gave the - The Hadden-Morrow Circle of refreshments.

program on Women's the Methodist Church met

Missionary Missions. Refresh- Nonday afternoon at the home

ments were served by the of Mrs. J. B. Davis Sr., with six Circle Meets
hostess.

Funeral Notice

— meeting and

devotional. Mrs. W. G. Sheldon with Mrs.

Mrs. Henrietta Smith, age 61, (¢ficers for the year Were Vester Mays, the chairman

died at the Madison County jected and activities for the presiding. !

Memorial Hospital Jan. 7, 1973. year planned. Mrs. B. M. Williams gave the

She was born in Lancaster, S.C. The Circle will meet next devotional and Mrs. Jack Wade

She is survived by one son. oh with Mrs. Carroll was in charge of the Bible
John Eason, South Bay; one lesson.

niece, Mrs. Mary Alice Frazier, Interment will follow in Oak Eight members attended. The

Madison. Ridge Cemetery with Beggs hostess served Russian tea and

Funeral services will be held Horry Street Chapel in charge cookies and cheese straws
during the social hour.

2:00 p.m., Sunday, Jan. 14 at of arrangements.
Beggs Horry Street Chapel with
Rev. Julius Allen officiating.

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Edward C. Sheffield

Assistont Vice President

Henry H. Brewer

Assistant Branch Manager

Mrs. Barbara Suber

Assistant Treasurer

Charles R. Barnes
Vice President and

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Funeral Notices

JOHN W. MORGAN, JR.

Mr. John W. Morgan, Jr., age 54, of Tallahassee
died Dec. 27, 1972 in Tallahassee. He was a former
resident of Madison and was associated with
Barnett Bank of Tallahassee. He was a member of
Holy Comforter Episcopa Church.

Survivors; one son J. W. Morgan, III of

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Tallahassee; one daughter, Mrs. Martha F. Griffis
of Tallahassee: 3 grandchildren, one brother,
Roger Morgan of Dublin, Ga., and one sister, Mrs.
Dorothy Wells of St. Petersburg.

Funeral services were held Saturday, December
30, 1972 at 11 a.m. at the graveside in Oak Ridge
Cemetery in Madison. Culley Funeral Home of

Tallahassee and T. J. Beggs & Sons of Madison
were in charge.

SANDY A. O’DANIEL

Mr. Sandy A. 0’Daniel, age 91, of Cherry Lake
and formerly of Greensboro, N.C. passed away in
the Madison County Memorial Hospital Dec. 30,
1972 after a long illness. He was born in Rock Hill,
S.C. and was a member of the Baptist Church. He
had been associated with Southern Railway and
Public Service of Greensboro during his active life
and was an electrician.

He is survived by 2 daughters, Mrs. Charles E.
Petree of Cherry Lake, and Mrs. Paul H. Allred of
Greensboro, N.C. one son, William H. 0’Daniel of
Greensboro, N.C.: 6 grandchildren, 13 great
grandchildren and 2 great great grandchildren.

Funeral services were held Tuesday, January 2,
1973 at 11 a.m. in the Hanes-Lineberry Funeral
Home in Greensboro, N.C. The interment followed
in Gifford Memorial Park. T. J. Beggs and Sons of
Madison was in charge of local arrangements.

HOMER JOSEPH MOODY

Mr. Homer Joseph Moody, age 60, died Sunday
morning in the Madison County Memoril Hospital.
He was born in Neeley, Mississippi and had been
living at Lee for about 2 years. He was a member of
the Baptist Church.

Survivors are, his wife, Mrs. Orrie Cobb Moody
of Lee, 1 step-son, George Moyer of Merrit Island, 2
sisters, Mrs. Lottie Harrison of Lee, and Mrs. Ruth
Perron of Hialeah, 3 brothers, Walter H. Moody of
Hialeah, Rufus E. Moody of Opalocke, and Harold
R. Moody of Miami, and a number of nieces and
nephews.

Funeral services were held Tuesday at 2:00 P.M.
in the Chapel of T. J. Beggs, Jr. & Sons Funeral

Home in Madison. Interment will follow in the Lee

WAYNE JONES

Memorial Cemetery.

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and LOAN ASSOCIATION

Financial Statement Of December 31, 1972

ASSETS:
First MortgagelLoans ................... oun. $3,242,645.03
AHLOINEr LOANS . voor ranrveniocncas sven 220,240.43
Cashon HandandinBanks ...................... 138,135.04
Investments'& Securities ...................... 1,600,000.00
Fixed Assets - NEY «....c..ov i deine, 76,979.94
Deferred Charges and
OIREr ASSES... ... 0... vps irs esnsveininssn 54,932.33
TOTAL ASSETS... ca iihiiiasisiinn are suey $5,332,932.77
LIABILITIES:
Savings Capital ........cvcvsieerinrinneanny, $5,010,384.08
Advanced from Federal
HomelLoan Bank... ......... cca eesvrssrvranvores None
LOBNS IN PIrOCESS «tc tvrerrsrrrvercsrascnssnnsvn 78,131.16
OINEr LIaDIEIES .. «. cvvvvonrnvinrarinsanannivaaine 8,408.08
RESBPVES 7 csvircvrnsrs Pe 166,159.82
SUPPIUS 7 nessa imnnss sac intavnnine esau 69,849.63

YOUR SAVINGS INSURED UP TO $20,000

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QUITMAN, GEORGIA

The Enterpri

Minister: Rev. I. T. Carter.

Organist: Mrs. Dale Leslie.

Active Pallbearers: Joseph Parron, Royce
Holton, Charles Odom, Ricky Odom, Joe Odom,
Dempsey Allen, Joe Carter.

Honorary: E. C. Davis, Bill Sevor, Neal Havard,
Bud Motta, Howard Tuten, Edgar Barrs, Sr., Elvoy
Williams, Durwood Corbett, Junior Allen, C. J.
Combass, Floyd Rigdon.

MRS. GLENDA SPARKS DIXON

Mrs. Glenda Sparks Dixon, age 19 was killed
Sunday night in Suwannee County. She was born in
Madison County, the daughter of the late Mr.
Clarence T. Sparks and Mrs. Pauline Fender of
Madison. She was a member of the Mt. Olive
Baptist Church.

Survivors are, her estranged husband, Donald
Dixon of Jacksonville, (charged with killing her) 2
sons, Donald Dixon, Jr. and Clarence Jeffery
Dixon, both of Madison; her mother, Mrs. Pauline
Sparks Fender of Madison; 2 sisters, Mrs. Oneida
Matheney of Madison, and Mrs. Debra Nobles of
Greenville; 2 brothers, Clarence Sparks, Jr. and
Richard Earl Sparks, both of Madison; her step-
father, Mr. Leo Fender of Madison; a foster
brother, Charles Ray Fox of Madison; 2 step-
sisters, Mrs. Deborah Cribbs of Welborn and Miss
Jhan Fender of Madison, and a number of other
relatives.

Funeral services were held Thursday at 2:00 P.M.
in the Chapel of T. J. Beggs, Jr. and Sons Funeral
Home. Interment will follow in Mt. Olive Cemetery.

Ministers: Rev. Dozier Sapp, Rev. Leroy Lewis.

Organist: Mrs. C. Vernon Ragans.

Soloist: Mr. Ronald H. Williams

Pallbearers: Lavon Driggers, Jimmy Ragans,
Buddy Sapp, Cleo Phillips, Gerald Ragans, Quinton
Dryden, Cleo McClamma, Gordie Bass, Clyde
Thomas, Gordon Ragans.

MR. RUSSELL OWEN LANE

Mr. Russell Owen Lane, Jr., age 50, passed away
Saturday in the Tallahassee Memorial Hospital
after an extended illness. He was born in Clyatt-

~ville, Georgia, the son of the late Mr. and Mrs.

Russell Owen Lane, Sr. He had lived most of his life
in Lowndes and Madison Counties and was a
member of Clyattville Baptist Church. He was a
veteran of World War II.

He is survived by 3 sons, Charles P., Ben and
Robert Lane all of Clyatteville; 2 daughters,
Tsianina and Angelia both of Clyatteville; one
sister, Mrs. J. J. Sale, Jr. of Madison, and one
brother, R. F. Lane, Sr. of Camden, Alabama, and
a number of other relatives and many friends.

Funeral services: Sunday, December 31, 1972, at
3 P.M. in the Chapel of T. J. Beggs, Jr. and Sons
Funeral Home in Madison. The.interment followed
in Sunset Hill Cemetery, Valdosta, Ga.

Minister: Rev. Dayton Hannon.

Organist: Mrs. Joseph S. McCain.

Pallbearers: J. B. Neal, Ralph Neal, L. C.
Wisenbaker, C. E. Russell, J. T. Sullivan, W. G.
Rutherford, L. R. Andrews, Durwood Smith.

MRS. MARIE G. PLANT

Mrs. Marie Garbutt Plant, age 74, of Gainesville
and formerly of Madison, passed away suddenly at
her home in Gainesville Sunday. She was a native
of Douglas, Georgia, the daughter of the late Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Lee Garbutt. She was married to
Mr. Clarence M. Plant who preceeded her in death
in 1961. She was a member of the First Methodist
Church of Gainesville. ;

Survivors: 3 sons, Clarence Plant and Dr.
Richard Plant both of Tallahassee; and Albert
Plant of Gainesville; one sister, Mrs. Lee Ono
Williams of Fayetteville, N.C., and four daughters-
in-law, Mrs. John Henry Plant of Madison; Mrs.
Clarence Plant and Mrs. Richard Plant of
Tallahassee, and Mrs. Albert Plant of Gainesville;
11 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren, and a
number of other relatives and friends.

Funeral services; Tuesday, January 2, 1973, at 11
a.m. in the Chapel of T. J. Beggs & Sons Funeral
Home. Interment followed in the family lot in Oak
Ridge Cemetery.

Minister: Rev. Walter Edwards.

Organist: Mrs. Dale M. Leslie.

Active Pallbearers:

Dick Burnett.

Hospital after a brief illness. He was born in
Quitman, Georgia, the son of the late Mr. Johnny H.

Johns, and Mrs. Annie Belle Johns of Pinetta; He
had spent most of his lifé farming and was a
member of the Baptist Church.

He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Lessie Mae Johns

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of Pinetta, 5 daughters, Mrs. Gloria Osteen o

Horseshoe Beach; Mrs. Patricia Valentine of
Steinhatchee, Mrs. Adrian Alford of Cedar Key;

Mrs. Wanda Lee Osteen of Cross City, and Miss
Harriet Johns of Pinetta; one son, Luther Polk of

Pinetta; his mother, Mrs. Annie Belle Johns of

Pinett, 6 grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Eddie

Lewis of Jasper, Mrs. Grace Hart of New Orleans,
La., and Mrs. Nettie Deese of Jasper; one brother,
Jack Johns of Cherry Lake, and a number of other
relatives and friends.

Funeral services; Friday, Dec. 29, 1972 at 2 p.m.
in the Chapel of T. J. Beggs and Sons Funeral
Home. Interment followed in Oak Ridge Cemetery
in Madison.

Ministers: Rev. Truett Comer, Rev. D. L. Morris.

Special Music.

Organist: Mrs. C. Vernon Ragans.

Active Pallbearers: Edward Murphy, Quinteen
Deese, Albert Deese, Jimmy Hinton, Henry
Wigglesworth, Jimmy Arnold.

Honorary: Russell Wiggins, J. T. Woodward,
Jack Woodward, Arthur Belcher, George King, Bill
Selph, George Townsend, James Youmans, John
Hollingsworth, Johnny Farnell.

REV. A. M. ROWE

Rev. Archie Milton Rowe, age 82, passed away
suddenly Wednesday night at his home in Hanson.
He was a native of Nichols, South Carolina, the son
of the late Mr. and Mrs. Amos Benjamin Rowe. He
was a Baptist Minister and farmer, having at-
tended Norman Park College, and was a member
of the Middle Florida Baptist Association since
1922. He had pastored many churches and filled
many pulpits in the North Florida and South
Georgia area. He was a member of Pine Grove
Baptist Church. He was married to Mrs. Bertie
Blanton Rowe who preceeded him in death in 1949.

He is survived by: one son, Mr. Judson Rowe of
Madison; 2 daughters, Mrs. Phillip Smith and Mrs.
Eugene Newsome botn of Madison; 7 grand-
children and 3 great grandchildren, and a number
of other relatives and many friends.

Funeral services: Friday, January 5, 1973, at 3
P.M. in the Pine Grove Baptist Church. Interment
followed in Pine Grove Cemetery with T. J. Beggs
and Sons Funeral Home in charge of
arrangements.

Ministers: Rev. Douglas Mitchell, Rev. Bruce
Smith.

Pianist: Mrs. Dale M. Leslie.

Pallbearers: Nephews.

E. P. Sanders, Jr., Joe
McCain, James Stephens, Ben Mercer, W. B. Clark

Honorary: R. E. Cowart, H. E. McArthur, C. T.

McWilliams, Sr., Henry Messer, Tom
Hollingsworth, S. H. Moore.
HARRY JOHNS *

Mr. Harry Johns, age 59, of Pinetta, passed Bway
Wednesday in the Madison County Memorial

Church Groups
Open Campaign
Of Evangelism

More than 149 church groups
in the United States and
Canada, including most of the
major denominations, have
started what is said to be
biggest evangelical campaign
ever undertaken ecumenically.

Called Key 73, the year-long
drive will depend heavily on
mass media as well as door-to-
door canvassing, with the
avowed aim of confronting
every person in North America
with “The Gospel of Jesus
Christ.”

Plans called for the media
aspect of the campaign to open
last night with a half-hour
television film, the first of three
planned specials, on ‘‘differing
ways in, which ‘‘Christians

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Witness for Christ,” with more
than 650 stations scheduled to
air it.

Most of the activity, however,
is being organized in local areas
- by individual parishes,
denominations and interfaith
groups, in accordance with
their particular styles of
evangelism.

This has allowed par-
ticipation by a wide spectrum of
people, ranging from con-
servative evangelists who focus
on a literal interpretation of the
Bible to some members of
denominations that regard
social action as a major way to
“witness.”

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January 8, 1973.

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ITEM: If vou arc sewing paja-
mas. robes or gowns for children.
look for flame retardant fabric in
the vard goods department. If a
fabric meets the flammability
standard, that information will be

printed on the end of the bolt.
ITEM: Some decorators recom-

mend using ~olorful wooden trel-
lises or frames around windows
with Venetian blinds. This takes
place of drapes.

We Will Buy Your
Pecans In Any Quantity

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Children’s pajamas, flammable
or not?

There is some confusion as to
whether or not all children’s
sleepwear now on sale meets the
federal flammability standard.
The standard went into effect last
July and some people interpreted
this to mean that after that date
all children’s sleepwear is fire-
proof. This is not so. You still
must read the label carefully.

Currently, there are three types
of sleepwear as far as flamma-
bility goes: First, garments manu-
factured before July 30, 1972, can
still be sold even though they do
not meet the standard. This type

of sleepwear can be sold until
July 30, 1973 and there is no label
on these garments indicating that
they do not meet flammability
standard.

Sleepwear manufactured after
July 30, 1972, that does not meet
the flammability standard is label-
ed: “Flammable (Does not meet
U.S. Department of Commerce
Standard DOC FF-3-71). Should
Not Be Worn Near Source of
Fire.”

Garments that do meet the
fiammability standard will carry
that information on the label.
These garments are also labeled
with care instructions that will
keep the fabric flame-retardant.

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NOVEMBER 24, 1972 :

No 241. David William
+.. No Drivers License,
Sinead plea of guilty and was
ed $25.00 plus $1 00 court cost.
om 99424, Catherine Jinks, No
Drivers License, found guilty
and fined $25.00 plus $1.00 court
- 99446, George Townsend,
xo MVI Certificate, plead
guilty. sentenced to pay $1.00

t cost.
our 21135, James C.

der, No Valid MVI
oy $26.00 bond estreated.
No. 21278, Willie James
Brinson, Speeding $26.,00 bond

eated. :
ire 21904, Ira Bell, No drivers

license, $26.00 bond estreated.
No. 22265, Carol Ealsins

Hutto, Entering through high-

way, $26.00 bond estreated.

Nov. 29, 1972
No. 22266, Marilyn C.
Fountain, Entering Through
Highway, $26.00 bond estreated.
No. 22297, Donald Keith At-
water, Speeding, $26.00 bond

gasais), Wanda Lynn
Adams, Improper passing,
$26.00 bond estreated.

No. 22276, Thomas Alan
stewart, No Drivers License,
$26.00 bond estreated.

No. 22277, Robert Murray
Cobb, Illegal Fishing Device,
$31.00 bond estreated.

No. 22284, Grady, Rawls
Godbee, Illegal Fishing Device,
$31.00 bond estreated.

No. 22299, Gussie Davenport,
Disorderly Intoxication, $26.00
bond estreated.

No. 22302, Edward Mec-
williams, Disorderly In-
toxication, $26.00 bond
estreated.

No. 22306, Bessie Taylor

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Denny, Public Drunken
$26.00 bond estreated ig

No. 22307. Lamar J. D
Driver, Public Drunkenness.
$16.00 hond estreated.

No. 22308. J. Lamar Driver,
Public Drunkenness. $51.00
bond estreated.

No. 22309. Lamar J. ¢.
Driver, Permitting an
unauthorized person to drive
$16.00 bond estreated.

No. 22311, Wesley Marvin
Hewitt, Disorderly conduct,
$51.00 bond estreated.

No. 22315, Fred Lee Silas,
Disorderly Drunkenness, $51.00
bond estreated.

No. 22316, Patsy Collins
Sands, Speeding, $26.00 bond
estreated.

No. 22317, Raymon Thomas,
Disorderly conduct, $26.00 bond
estreated.

No. 22318, Willie Major
Walker, Careless driving, $26.00
bond estreated.

MCM Hospital

JANUARY 1, 1973
IN: Betty McDaniel, Denise
Sexton, Katrina Dean, Irene
Williams, Lalita Sampson.
BIRTH: Female McDaniel.

JANUARY 2, 1973
IN: Jessie Jewell, Eloise
Pearce, Dater Burns, Mildred
Horton.
OUT:
Sexton.

Mary Smith, Denise

JANUARY 3, 1973
IN: Nonie Meeks, Emil
Haupt, Eliza Cruce, Lewis
Floyd, Kevin Robinson.
OUT: Martha Sullers, Eric
Michael Davis. :

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IN: Mary Ann Robinson,
Henrietta Smith.

OUT: Abraham Butler, Emil
Haupt, Marie McQuay, John
Christian, Kevin Robinson,
Katrina Dean.

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IN: Edward Scanlan, Connie
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OUT: Jessie Jewell, Michael
Bevel, Mildred Horton, Vur-
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IN: James Cook, Mattie
Drew, J. C. Moore, Deansie
Edwards, Diane Hall.
OUT: Bertha Hall.
BIRTHS: Baby Boy to Diane
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DEATH: Henrietta Smith.

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IN: William Malone, Sarah
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OUT: Mary Ann Robinson,
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Mrs. Mattie Drew is a patient
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Attend Funeral

Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Merchant
Jr., and Mrs. T. C. Merchant
Sr., and Tommy Merchant, of
Emory Univ. attended the
funeral of Miss Margaret
Merchant Friday at the First
Presbyterian Church in
Gainesville.

Dr. C. W. Tucker, minister of
the church assisted by former
minister Dr. U. S. Gordon
conducted the services.

Miss Merchant died Jan. 1st
in Melboune of a heart attack
where she and Mrs. Merchant
Sr., were visiting her sister.
Interment was in Evergreen
Cemetery in Gainesville, in the
family plot.

She was organist at the
church for forty years and
began playing for Sunday
School at age 11.

She was a graduate in piano
and voice from Florida State
College for Women and the
Conservatory of Music in
Cincinnatti.

She is survived by one sister,
Mrs. O. G. Geiger of Melbourne
and a number of nieces and
nephews.

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