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 Material Information
Title: The Madison enterprise-recorder
Alternate title: Madison enterprise recorder
Alternate Title: Enterprise-recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: T.C. Merchant
Place of Publication: Madison Fla
Creation Date: March 13, 1959
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
Coordinates: 30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note: Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33284795
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System ID: UF00028405:00165
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;CONVENIENT1 LOCATION-". EASY TERSte AVAILABLE 'QUALITY MERCHANDISE $ REASONABLE PRICES COURTEOUS -SERVICE' t$ WE SOLICIT :

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-The rest of the world look afternoon speaker.
second LOTS FOR SALEON at' them Hamborgar Haven Baptist Church .all Everyone. services.is cordially invited to,
About 12 good -hand TRADE WJIERE THEY
REV., W. T. RYCROFT. Pastes
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gas and electric ranges. Second- WTTHLACOOCKEE RIVERJWIIAERJS ARE Just North of -
hand table top 'electric 'hot ... Twifgs Optical Co. ,
The revival at New Hopeful confined
Valdosta,'Ga. CM 44)534Girls' Cherry Lake dross RoadsDeHcious Mrs Wayne Weger was
water heater at give-away Baptist church begins Sunday March I to her home with illness Tuesday.
22nd and runs through March 29th.,
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AT COUNTRY KITCHEN ;
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Madison, Florida Home Planning Center -
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the preaching at 7:30 p. m.
C Copeland. Jr. Tournament Dinner will be served _at the HOWERTON SUPPLY CO- '
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Agirls' invitational basketball' Launderette Open
; Feminine ___ :' tournament is being held in Greenville. ALSO CARRY OFT ORDERS .
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Women pionship. '
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: '.:\t' ;(.j. attend the American Association ,.
of Junior. Colleges in annual conference r DinUns St. Back of Reeves Feed -
,,'. NOTICE OF BIDS there. He expects to'. be ;.+, Store Phone HU 3-6570 ,
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: Home DALE M. LESLIE, Clerk
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I : ": .. Tractor Shifts On-The-Go : : pedal* located where the / '', :.',' .

1 foot clutch normally is f ojn < ._ {;' this tractor ;to_move Y fently by *

and under thl.:precise' control needed' i'i :- $ *

i for, booking, yp implements,* or ?ee *o :4
maneuvering :in tkkhsh'' situaUonsT *J .

t' "The transmission selector also believe it: Tf' { .

has ''neutral' and 'park position;

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.la 'Fords new StIeEt-0.3pee transmfcsioii.: First!; is operator 7.ti:y, ;J P"tak T abig >
W ..eonvenleace. US lI'ODIy th f-pall s ectjr:lKP (show ln Ingert ; l<<1'systemmaads. engaged ,; '
), tar tractor-operator can shift to or throujh &n1AOf.ten -y":" by a rush-pull handle. adjacent to
forward and';two reverse rear:without .atopplni'&Dd"Wlth..A the *- e1ec :'O- peed" ever. *& O'PENav'
,nsinr a dutch pedaL Second advantage is the. mater efficiency .
I and'economy resnltinff from easy selection of exactly the right, some models oi. "Select -Speed" HOOSIto 7 :
'rear for every Job. The, local Ford tractor and implement dealer Ford tractors two-speed PTO is I
invites.,your inspection of the Ford Select-Q-Spetd transmission available :-
... providing jthe L two, -A :S -t-"rJ. L : "
r. in gold demonstration tractor on display Tuesday, Ptl i. 17th. z : '
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1'; 1000 Selection of''PTO speed' show you fft great new line of : .
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: A: totally new' type of trader time improves fuel economy, "as!:the is by a 'lever oif the side*.of the'I : : a. #> .

transmission which can be shifted'result 'of being able to< select transmission housing..This PTO also: '

""on-th'-go" without use of.... a exactly 'the right gear 4 ,?ratio and can beset to opewtwinidlrects... relationship FDSLELE&TmrOrSPEED TRACTORSto -:
clutch pedal and which has 10 speed,..for'everY Job the''tractor is 'to:*:grannd i : speed.'pbvviously ,!jlir{ .- .' :

'.forward and two reverse speeds is doing. "In hard' spots., the operatorwill any,,riser."is;Interested I :: put more' GO in farming
simply fhpR.the selector: lever ** j your ,
now available in Ford tractors, according in the cost of ,such ajsit,: 'and '. :: r .

to Charlie Groover tractor to the gear which will 'puD, we are. happy to say that,, :this :;l; ; :;:.

aria implement dealer at Groover through'; and where the. going' is transmission' adds less to the-cost .. a. ..,.. .._'m' .,' -. .
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Tractor Company. Madison. easy,, he can ap-shIft for faster, of. a Ford tractor than; the, .cost -
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more economical operation. Thereis of the automatic transmissions :most ,. !
"In'my opinion this transmission ,
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17th
no time lost while the shifts are .
called the Ford'Select-O-Speed'the of us powhave In our' C'M. But f

greatest advance in' tractor 'operating being made. this unit. in: the true sense,";does ;r..9"' ', .. .

convenience since -Ford: introduced This transmission, Mr Groover not cost extra, it saves extra. ..Itsaves :,. '. A" I .

the three-point rear implement said uses the planetary, gear drive time, fuel and fatigue. It .w Ube ..I'. .. '.
:' principles ''made famous In' 15 for demon- '
linkage and the built-in hydraulic a pleasure us to : ,
system twenty years ago", million Model T cars. Instead of strate it for you and let you see : -
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.Mr Groover said. applying bands and 'clutches by how easy "Select-O-Speed": has : / REFRESHMENTS ENTERTAINMENT .1

"With this new' transmission, foot pedals however.,these are now made: the job of operating> tractor '1JHere's .

,shifting from any gear to any activated by hydraulic power 'controlled ," Mr Groover emphasized. .: .,.:...'. : an ;:event. you'll .went. to attend! ,
f.other gear is,'a simple matter of by the one hand lever. f Ford's 1959 big news for tractor -
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/dialing* the desired gear ratio with The ten 'forward speeds have users does- not end with this new .

i'j a small hand-controlled lever just been engineered to overlap so thatan transmission Mr. Groover said."Last :j' '

'below the steering wheeL The tractor operator can keep his tractor year we .introduced. a 172-i : GROOVER! TRACTOR COMPANY
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: continues .to move. There is" no engine running at the 'most efficient cubic "inch displacement- diesel

;need to bring it to a stop while the throttle setting :while choos ,engine in the largest Ford tractors, U. S. 90, MADISON, FLA.of .
%shift is- being made. Mr Groover ing a, ground speed ranging j from and now" we have the same kind ._,
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said. _r .- about one #kali-miles hour_to( of 'good news for the man who 144 cubic inches and_ a compression "We also are showing another with the ''famous' Ford threepointrear

> Mr Groover explained that 'a more than !&* "mp ,"*The reverse doesn't require_ a tractor in. the ratio of 16.8 to 1. it is brand-'new. Ford' tractor* .a multipurpose implement linkage hydraulic"

-r-Select- -SPeed' Ford tractor employs speeds of 1.8'ntph of,"over 5 mph three-four plow class. the. lowest priced' diesel traitor I offset 'Unititp the system!and power take-off can be

'-.. a spUd gear-drive at all timesso also give versatility for ,all kinds *'IWe are introducing a..,.dits l- available.:to American users, and reatest'work:. 'capacjpr: c1.? .any .!used for a multitudeof; operations,
that the tractor's power is in- of jobs. powered Ford tractor with two- will give fuel cost savings in lino offset tractor available 'i--and! with rangiftg. ,from p'piowing, 'row-crop

stantly available at the rear wheels. "The convenience features of this three plow power. This tractor is with the fuel-thrifty larger Ford greater versatility than this typeof cultivating to sidewalk snow-

Thus,_ the "Select-O-Speed' enablesan new transmission." carry!? beyondease identical with the Ford Workmaster and English-built Fordsons which tractor has ever' had previously plowing .

operator to do up to 25 percent of shifting:' Mr' jSJtpver said. in all respects, except, for fuel re- have made their reputation for. The ')-ora 'OffSet, with more, than

;, more. ,work -and>' at the same. "For' '*, example, there .is'an*...F. *.. 'incl.t. ng"- ,quirements. Having 'a'displacement'Tw economy," he said. 30 drawbar horsepower and t equipped

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MHS WINS DISTRICT-TITLE r foul line sinking,19 foul shots In Late To

'::1 the last quarter. ;plus' l-=f1eld goalto Qassify'LOST

: Last Saturday night the 'Madison emerge the winners.

,:,Hi Red'Devil Basketball team 'defeated Donnie Floyd had 23. points, : Truck title in envelope for :

a good Gainesville High David Joseph 19 and Remer 195Q model Ford in ldcDo ald

iteam by a score of 75 to 60 and Hutchinson .14 to .lead the scoring: Mercantile Co name. James -Mc-

:grabbed., a berth in the State Richard Sow en had 9 and was out- Kinney, 705 South Perramore. .St, .
).tournament now being held in 'the standing on 'defense. Billy Rutherford Madison. 28ltpd.:
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;University of Florida gymnasium. ,at sank 7 foul shots in a row in FOR SALE: 1953. Ford one-ton, x <_ .' .- ', .... '-fr'
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foul shots and. filled in admirably Rt. 'Madison.. 2 T 1 t-pd: ': \ a -: fl. '
for Joseph after Big Dave fouled, ', r. : :< ', -' f1 \ j, <. -T
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"Red Devils through to victory. In out with five minutes to go. Ran- offering ten nice 50 f t x 170 )'ft

the opener they defeated Florida 1 dell Buchanan playing under wraps, lots in Yellow Pine Heights for .

;High of Tallahassee the North I because of. a recent illness filled, $400 each. Contact J P JOHNSON Forhmet for

'Florida Conference Champions 56 the gap for Sowell who:fouled. out at Yellow Pine Truck Stop. 28-4 t-ch .

to 53 in a real thriller. In the.semifinals with three minutes to go. LOST: Truck title in envelope, for LadiesDatebook "
;. they defeated P K This was a great team victory. 1950 Model Ford in McDonald

.Yo:,ge of Gainesville Keystone Nobody gave them much of a Merchantfle Co. name. JAMES C
Conference Champions 6Q.to .44; chance to win except the boys McKINNEY, 705 South Parramore ': 'c ,0 If

Coach Dick Brown anda St. Madison. 28-lt-pd.' :_' for'Young .
and moved into the finals with themselves. 1P" ., 0 "'.
Gainesville High, the Northeast very few hardy followers.' LOST:' Three or> four white faced '

'Conference Champions, Saturday.Gainesville's We are ,informed that. this IsonlY' heifers, one a heavy springer, and I !' Ladies : ': H;: :
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**. quint started off with the second' time in history one has nub ear. Strayed -in .
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Cherry
'_ welL Suddenly the Red to State. The '.las< ., : .a .' :
bounding Title and gone Route Davis. : ( \
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Devils ,caught fire as Donnie Floyd th \vaS'-1945.. 28-2t-ch _
and Remer Hutd mon combined Our congratulations for a job r-, : '

'!o r five baskets on the fast' break well dope. : ," -Female Help Wanted : \\t :A.
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t; The Devils outscored Gainesville, o David Joseph '.,' ., -;. t' earn $2.00 an hour and more. \
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19 to 6 in the second 'quarter as Donnie Tloyd Write AVON. Box 3103. .Tallahassee <7Ui :J1 ; f

'Richard Sowell defensed the Gaines.. Remer Hutchinson Fla 28-tt" : : /e ; 5tS;t op

Vine ace, Don Rowland and David Randell Buchanan .. DIES. AT VALDOSTA HOME..-
Joseph and Billy Rutherford controlled .- Billy Rutherford Phone. HU 3-6750 '- Madison, Florida
both backboards. MHS led Joe AdamsFred'Hicks J & (Joe) Davis died at his .

at. half time 3727. :. '" r .. home in Valdosta Monday morning i Participant in Summer :: RECEIVES EAGLE::AWA1JUTom I Younglady wanted, between

| In less than a minute of thee Fred Bartlam J : after a long illness, and was laid Institute e,_ : !ages 20-40, for light office

ond half*. the Devils had three Johnny Plant to rest Wednesday afternoon Jh ';- -.... --' work For interview write F
Mt Hored'cemetery. He was 'a .
baskets to hike their lead to Buddy Raga Hudson formerly of
rnore : Mad
sT 6 points. With their chances ofwinning Don ChrUtenson native of Echols: coounty, Ga. '. ; Charles Cash. instructor of ison .received his Eagle Award: at O Box 690, Madison, Fla.CardofTfcaks.

going as the dock ticked --- -- Mr Davis is survived by his wife Mathematics and Science. Green- the court of honor In Jacksonville

sway, the Gainesville team became OPENS BILLIARD .PARLOR'Butch and three children: his father andstepmother viUe High School has been notified this past Monday night. Torn also
that he has been accepted as a
unable rebounds Mr and Mrs JamesL received a $23 war bond from :
Desperate get '
has opened: at participant in thesection
Favors$ = Mathematics : I .
Intercepting .. :Days of Madison;, four brothers, StmMnJc" Troop,209 Arlington Baptist church l. ,
and with Hutchfnson billiard parlor located in thi'for- : of the .1959 institute big }
fife
', their passes and stealing the ball Madison Jewelers location. and four sisters. Mrs C C Craston- I University of Florida.-;? for Eagle Toni 1st-also Explorer served. to'rricb J.-it t c.-
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:. the Gainesville team started press-' "' ,.,.,..- of Madison is .one *>t his sister-+ II The Institute fi, sponsored by the the Staff at Camp Echockotee in We wish to thank our many
Inland the officials started calling ..> :. : ; ;' ,:J -=-1---! I National Science Foundaboa. Orange Park Fla. friends and relatives for their kind
... Far. 'SaJe ..w This honor for Mr Cash "
fouls The Red Devils continued: to \ : \g .J; : .LO1FORSALE 'I ami is an Tom Hudson Is the son of Mr nesses and 'sympathy shown us at
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control the ball. and led 54 tO-39. I I brings and Mrs A J Hudson of Jackson. the death of our beloved husband' .

at 1< the 'end of the third period. Second hand heavy-duty ON WTTHLACOOCHEE RIVER I villa -and is Mrs W H Hudson's and father. Harvey Colvin.:, especially

Gainesville fouled consistently in the restaurant: .equipment:'.,,.ranges' AT COUNTRY KITCHEN I Young. lady wanted, between. grandson and brother of Mrs James I those who took care of the. .
E Pearce of Cherry Lake.grandparents .
last quarter trying to get posesslonof and deeD fat fryers. ages 20-40, for light office! meals ,

the ball and -ge back in the SEE J. ILllARRIS.Madison : work. For interview' write B Js,1 Sincerely -
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his story-reverses the court's verdict -
.In such :cases those who look
bacH at the trial can see that the
prisoner was really trying the

courts .That is to ay, in the eye . .... ... .S
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titude to the prisoner :: : : >.-<.. )>, .,... J : I
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patently to every one's approval. '. t5 : S
But today she is called a Saint. 7 :
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that if any eme.tn-that grim court v 1 .
room where her death was decreed to'be
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Jesus' trial before Pilate !x the (!ii I r '4 '

;supreme example of such an up- ,;fN jIJ
side-down trial. If any one had {y ,
asked. the governor ,that evening .
,fioWhe thought history would rank .".' '>.:;.?" ;.,tI1. f.-A: ':.:.' .: : '., :: /, J.,
him and his prisoner of that > : _'x, t.-.! ... ; ",..' o g ;1\
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morning! he would have smiled his ft; P; h' J : :, : ; : ;1.
grim Roman smile ,and; perhaps .: : L" '
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women would repeat: the .word al-, -_ The Church is the greatest! factor on earth for : < of
most like a curse ."and la Jesus :
the buiWmg bf character and, '& od citizenship.It J .J' .:
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farce question of which a trial has Pilate more uked'.a echoes'' .;scan: survive. There should,are-lOur attelderyrcesre"tadyand sound reasons why Of .eourse" J. : don'tcare _you. Fm only a little boy making believe :!z ,s ;

every person .r 'I m a big bad matt'. '. : t
than he guessed: Thea what shall ,
support the Trtejr arc: fl I) ha's

I question do with by which Jesus the That'participants) i* the own sake. (2jF.hio children** sale. (3)For Sfme day, though, I will, big. Some day this game might .be ., ;; ,

UPthat trial wen judged; it U the the.sakf of hIS commodity sad nation. (4) For J : real, ''cause even the' biggest bad man was once a little boy And who .; -1 ,.

question that judges us today. the sale of the Orarch kself. which need I hi*, knows what, made bun go- wrong?':That's why early training so in.*,' != t' ?
What will you do with. Jesus moral '
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Tks Hoi's Awwtf' church regufarry asd read. your Bible daily I .r :
Pilate asked the, wrong pwy In church 'and-Bible school we learn about God's kindneM"and .

what to.do with Jesus. He was the Day Beek Ckspter Verses love, and how we can' trust Him,fo r the .things w ,;neect. We-learn"- :, '.#. :: ,,
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never, he would-had the.have re* thought pee Mbillty.H. &* 1. t Sunday ,.- >r ::.JC&.r 9" soa". to woat to help'others, Instead of hurting them., r, .r .
Monday "r Psalms t 1-' .
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asking a Jewish mob for advtoe :
on statesmanship or anything else. TuewUy' Psalms 11.t.H _. Eacourage the children you know to learn all the good they taIL : .
Wednesday Isaiah 7 isle
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Tet he goes through the bitter Thursday ... Aete 3 9840 Kakejc. '! urcji. and-Bibkj, lour,famil/ custom. -pleaaa., "J ,
farce of asking sr mob a Brainless Friday iDeatero.oeq 3> .1-SO( 'I 411 ,. ; '
bloodthirsty: mob what to do with Saturday III Jehu H :' ;
this innocent prisoner. The' crowd .. .c. ,I' t.

thought they :were: passing sen .. ., H ._ '
thence; but they were only passtaf -S /t. .;: F; : : ",
sentence on themselves. The voice* ::- :J' u .' ..,...... -. -.
of the people Is pot tthe-verdict 0f

history is not th.\"QIce of,troth '' ,J .
nor the voice of, God. ,Sometimes .r '
it is: but not there and then, not in !
J'eruaaJem.1lob.a.... voices, they .

have wills they may have weapons ,.' ,- ..
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have is brains judgment wisdom-r
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The. verdict of history verdict:of 'Tl1 Religious Messages are being Published Each Week Sponsored by the Following Individuals 'andEstablishments !: :; .},
God, is seldom in favor, o{,tfu mob. .

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notions. He did not pretend to understand ; '>j "J
why this Jesus should be I .. '
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the object of so-much hate.When iji f ,' .. '. '. '... '' .. '
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But is was murder ail the same. C._ I. HeCLAKARAN. ..... ,
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P E TEN J -mE: JNTRPlUSE.; ER, KADISON'. FLOlUDA: __ ___
l'"IUDAY; MARCH 13th.'1955e. '
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GET YOUR PASTURES AND SMAUG5AIN5OEP H "
Save
4w0 .. ej 4-H GirIs Shcn '
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: TO A '.4 < .. > ., 3 !: :t...." '.11..r" .- 4 'C'- '-
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(By Almon Zipperer
H D. Agent)
Fire cents a meal wasted adds An egghead about eggs.Arnold. A APr.A
Laaota, 16. of Ocala. ".au.med
up to $54.75 in a year! Be careful
state 4-H witter
Poultry He .-
about waste and plan how to was awarded an altezpenve trip

spend that food dollar. Since the to the National 4-H hit Con- 'Fits ,yOur .

average family spends 25% of its gross ia Chicago tfrea by S ar*- changing
income on food it makes sense Roebuck Poeadatioa. .
to few After lees than-a year in 4-H needs' .
save a- ,cents 'on, each item ..
.
Lasota
had worn ,first place m
purchased when possible.- "- Marion County for the beet dosea "
Look for real bargains. Markups JLWee&I eggs,the.first el fire consecutive .I!
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vary on food within a ,store. ,yMcUs championships' for ggs. He
S Ju Some items are sold at cost or less Young dress designer Jacque soon became known as "the egg
to line Woodall, 18, of ML ,Dora man" of his club.
bring customers into the store. With Gulf Life's .
Common was chosen 1>58 tate winner ta for the next floor years he won
foods used for this pur- 4-H Dress Earns and awarded a, a large Bomber of first place .exclusive Adapt-A-PIaa
pose are canned .peaches, apple trip to the National 4-H Club awards trophies and medals for
sauce, tomato Juice frozen orange Congress in Chicago by Simplicity beat pnOeta and ggs. r '-you can.guarantee an
juice, shortening, smoked ham, Pattern Company. Not only did he exhibit, but he :
baby food o There Miss Woodan modeleda qualified as a>judge and coacheda income for your family:
sugar evaporated milk
: white formal with an elongated team which won first place
r and for
.. and tomato soup Keep your eyes fitted bodice of whUfrtnd-ailTer honors In county: and district provide your

DOUBLE open for these customer-pulling satin brocade and billowing skirt 7. t':retirement as well. ,
bargains. of tiers of net over taffeta. She .

BARRELED J aM, Planning your meals around in- :war*. long white; nylon gloves, Ask about it.
season foods holds cost down gas rhinestone drop earrings and
white satin brocade
does stocking up with specials in A three-Ume :winner flats.of the

( frozen foods. county dress revue, Miss Wood-
eep'BnGrowingI The less popular cuts of meats all makes most of her clothes

t are penny-savers too. Short ribs and also sews for her family and GulfLife

shank end of ham, shoulder cuts friends. She has modeled and .
TOPDRESS NOW WITH THE SOUTH'S given clothing demonstrations
,OWN LOW COST DIXIE NITROGEN beef chuck and the like are tor county home demonstration Maid Lasota Ittty Rirtfc Of
cheaper than the popular cuts suchas meetings and other groups, 'S

:rr:: i'S'- '. 'b- O, ,, ':,BJE-- ,8'. ', 'Ii,R.-, -'L.-E, Dj- Fruit steaks and, and vegetables chops. which Lake lliss County Woodan at state has represented leadership Club Laaota offices has, and held many all local county 4-R
are
I ones Including the .
BARREL #1: STARTS PAST Contains more 1W& going to be used In pies or canned man.camp,She where Is she past-president served as chair Betty Ruth presidency.Miss Ole, 21, of INSURANCE
and
Nitrate Nitrogen than an entire bag of Soda need not be top quality in ap junior leader of the Tarares Sen. College Hill, state winner In the COMPANY l

BARREL #2: KEEPS EM GROWING! With still pearance. Buy according to the ior foB Club, and also presidentof foR Frozen Foods( program was
another shot need. Apples that the County 4-H Council ako awarded a trip to the congress -
containing more 100% nitrogen than an entire ; go into a pie .
bag of Sodal! do not need to be pretty. Winner of the state foR Beau provided by Whirlpool O. c. KIRKLAND. Superintendent
Corporation.
i Compare price per pound among tlficatlon of Home Ground Miss Ots has 1(00Qta. Ph. HU 3-2551 P. O. Box 292
preserved
JT! S: >L.Q'xtE; r .Q.: t5Tl.; fresh, frozen and canned foods. award McMahan.was 18 Hiss, of Winter Mary Frances Karen, of food in 11 years of 4-H MADISON, FLORIDAMrs

DIXIE is your,lowest-cost source: of solid nitrogeri. Every Sometimes canned foods are cheaper .who' received a lS jewet wrist food preservation project Included Julia B DeVane
ton contains more than twice as much actual nJtrogegrowpower than frozen and sometimes the watch, linn by Mrs. Charles R. were eight types of fruit of Miami in
( ) as a ton of Soda Compare prices per pound reverse is true. Walgreen, of Chicago. 11 kind of of vegetable, nine varieties renewing for the home paper,
of actual Miss McMahan a Polk County meat, poultry and sea writes: I enjoy
nitrogen togcy at your fertilizer: dealer food. reading it so much;

f'JSJ: lQ: IN' .D] .rE: 4-ITer for pit,Lit a rock yean garden built,a patio barbecue Four trips to 4-H Short Course. it is just like a long letter from

:t:_ JUNIOR CHAMBER and picnic table. She has learned two sessions of 4-H Camp and home folks- and I don't want to
f fOe IMXIC tMMoat to air-layer plants and has given four general records' pins are miss a single
ft TAXIS BOTH OF COMMERCE several demonstrations on the among Miss Ots awards. Twice copy.
SOUTHERN subject.A she wu'chosen 4-H Club girl of

The Jaycees met for their usual recent graduate of WInter the month.A Friends are glad to know that
HITROCEM 11t weekly meeting at the Hancock HaYeD High School Miss Mc graduate of James b!. Tate A A Trulove is recovering from
High
11 .1 Mahan Is junior leader of the School she is now a sopho- an accident
HoteL which
CO,INC ea..ee rues President Smith announced Winter HaTeD Community Club more at Pensacola Junior Col the he suffered at 1
P. O. BOX 246 a""" rsorGEORGIA that there would be a Jaycee and a member of the state foR lege. Standard Oil bulk plant last
Radio Council. These 4-H programs are conducted week. Some oil was being loadedon
Day held :March 19th. andthat
i SAVANNAH These 4-H programs are conducted by the cooperative Bx the truck when the truck gave
Ben Pfeil and Wayne Weger tension Service. sudden
01X391Tallahassee by the Cooperative Extension a start, throwing Mr Tru
were co-chairmen for the project.It Serrlce.MOTOR. love against the fender and break
was announced that Wilbur SPRING CLEANING ing five ribs.

District Rutherford's committee for, the Mrs J J Newman had the mis-

sale of calendar ads fortune Sunday to
would apply break the little
Holds Annual r the profit from .the project to the '. finger of her right hand. She was
MAIDS "'tly: M 0 Brown H D closing
North Florida Junior College Jaycee Agent a sliding door at her home
Spring cleaning is no longer the and her finger was
caught in the
Scholarship Fund. -* "
Meeting Here major overhaul it used to door. .
vN Ss 8 John Dickinson and A T Gibson, .., thanks to ... .
timesaving
k Jr were nominated for the officeof appliancesand every job. Take a trip to your
; products. Nowadays.seasonalcleanIng
2 President of the :Madison i hardware'
Reach The Unreached (with deedsof CountyJunior is ; store. Make sure you
Chamber of Commerce for supplementary cleaninga have cleaners
love and mercy) was the themeof % sprucing up of furnishing for windows, rugs,
the Annual meeting the Tallahassee 1 the next year, and the election Driver Training and the house in floors paint-and don't forget that you

District, Woman's Societyof :t will be held at the.regular meeting general. If you will need plenty of soft absorbent +
know
Christian ServiCe., in an all Friday March 13. Biggest BargainIn how to perform such jobs cloths for washing, wiping, waxing,

day session here Monday in the The Jaycees SPOKE Award was 'T Ben safely and effectively, you havea l etc
First << Safely sound investment in ;'your belonging I
Methodist church. ;awarded to Jaycee 'Hybert Hendryin r Then make up your mind about
Mrs J B Davis, of Madison. Dis By Jeanne Smith !. F*. "
>: recognition of his outstanding Dodge Safety Consultant the plan you are going to follow,
trict
President
presided and the his first Do your cleaning room Toy but don't
performance during year room let ambition run away
program opened; with organ prelude '< l. : j as a Jaycee. Hybert has participated V IF YOU'RE INTERESTED in and before you know it the wholehouse with you. YOU CAN CLEAN. AND
by Mrs Dale Leslie and 1tif.i r..t.:r, promoting safe driving among .
singing. in many of the Jaycee teenagers iti your 'community, will: shine. But donir grab a AND CLEAN WELL, WITHOUT

Mrs W M Ives, Dist. Sect'y: o f ,.. x:, activities, and is presently. Chairman here's so me::worth while advice pail a mop, and a brush jjjwith the DRIVING YOURSELF. Space your..

Spiritual ;Life, gave the opening of the Membership .Drive. ,from sociation.the American- Trucking As Idea you are ready to plunge rightin. jobs over a period of time Ask

devotional'; followed by the address 0' For less than. Take stock of whatfyou are your husband or other members of

of welcome by Mrs A F $35 a pupil, :,': ; going to do and what you fere: going the family to pitch in. I.It's >

Harrison ;and response by. MrsAubrey your local high I to need. Do you "know about the nice to spruce up your house
'
Fowler FPC Report Stows: school can provide -, latest 'in cleaning supplies f? There for the
but
Mrs H V Weems. Conference !;res. JASPER-Mr and Mrs 0 V Creech .i.. an ade* summer don't forget

and Mrs *" Angel Fustair Pres of of Jasper announce the"enragement Quake driver are special. cleaners fcn< nearly idf. take. your. time.ALLALUMINUM .
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the CubaH Conference of Women's of their daughter Christine Jeknette Great ProgressEmphasizing educationcouraeD

Societies, Were, guest speakers, of to Charles Clifford Jordan son of : ,. "5 hours of clas -/ I 111 ,

the morning session. The Conference Mr and Mrs Sidney Jordan'of Lee.Miss room instrucr
theme Reach The Unreached with Creech a graduate :of Jennings tion and silt -
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deeds of k>ve and mercy, was used High is presently employed the great vowthO'of hours of behind F.___ TV
as the central thought of their by The Florida Bank at Madison. Florida during the past 10 years, the wheef: 'Misa Smith _

messages i- Mr Jordan attended Madison High Florida Power Corporation's 1958 training from*a certified instruc-

Mrs S D,Summers of Lake City, and Is presently'employed by Har- annual report, which is being .released tor.This is a real I "ba ain" ,- 0

conducted the memorial service: for, dee Motor Co. to stockholders this week, trucking official; it coats about say
deceased members of the pasf year.. The wedding will( take place at gives comparison figures for "10 $1000 to train a professional truck

Mrs Virgil Morgan Con! Sec. 8:00 p. m..May 2,1959 in theBaptist Corinth years of progress" driver. And, of course, the sav
according to OUmtiltfiit
of Promotion, Mrs David Thurman church. Relatives and friends ings in young lives and in prop.

Conf. Vice Pees. and Mrs James I of the couple are invited to the C R Watson. manager .here 0 for. the erty.is U worth'the investment- ....."..

Johnson, Sect'y of Missionary Education :ceremony and 'reception. following. utility. they point out. l:

presented their l work in t.' 0 :..-"- '.. 'f- During, the 10-yearr period. ;FPCs ? T. provide'driver training to
teeaager fa
fntprpstinert tame <- S :GARDEN;':CIRCLES average- number of customers m: schools and krauaueity your city' met the ;:;; : .'.. .

Miss Polly' Lassiter of Perry, in Mrs Cordon Williams entertainedthe creased 139 per cent to an annual first be sold oa ita advantage

charge of they; rural work In theTaylor Azalea Circle with 14 members average of 241,312; annual sales This -selliog job" is beat baa-

County area, presented her last Thursday morning.Mrs I increased 156 per cent to 2330. died, tracking and safety official _IExty .
most believe by dvie service '
work ; ,
Shuler Peele interestingly of Tallahassee, and, Mrs Almon Zipperer presented a 387, 969 kilowatt hours: an(1'the business and professional organization !1lMiw 11r
spokeon most interesting : annual *.
program on air-: average kilowatt-hour-us .
pledges and
offerings. The ATA has gathered these R
with
layering illustrations. Plans per' residential customer Increased
Luncheon was served at the interesting facts ore driver training ,
Woman's club, and in the after were made for attendance at the 121 per cent to 3,991 substantially for use by civic groups in- n

noon Mrs, Fustair presented the State Federation Convention in above the national average of encouraging schools to adopt the S

work of the Methodist church in Jacksonville in .Apr 1. 3., 85 kwh.Financial. program. usi tltlt
Cuba in glowing terms and Mrs C S Blalock Graduate ef driver educa Otts
was entertained the highlights of 1958 were. tion course, ia addition te dvelopbg *-
especially appreeiative'of the local Camellia Circle with fourteen pre an operating revenue of, 556318344;I right attitudes toward .

church's interest there. sent. Plans were discussed for a a three-for-one stock split; and an -ether driver, have 66 percent
Reports from the churches in less accident than entrained
the District delegation to attend the State convention 8 per cent increase: in> dividends driver Untrained S
were encouraging and teenager
evidenced 'an increase in interest in April. during the year., have 37 percent mere warnings. SCREENS

and pled,, .. An exchange of plants took :To keep ahead of the electrical 25 percent Mere arrest and 75 .
Mrs place. The chairman announced demands percent mere SUlpe iou and S
of this
Aubrey Fowler spoke growing state the revocation
briefly on Special Memberships. ,.; ;=.00 donated to the Garden' Club utility last year spent 335,247.609 Many insurance companies, NEVER NEED PAINT! "

The session closed with a prayerOf i NFJC scholarship fund. 'on new construction and expansionand prompted by these statistics, now

consecration and benediction by Mrs Blalock presented a programon this year plans to spend $31, offer'rduced rates to youth who popular ALL.ALUMINUMoscran will aYe your* t
Mrs Weemi r rte en ?'* oved fcxxa a nodcra look .. .
1960. to meet in Quincy in the propagation fertilization 500.000. New construction included course in .bs over. yet four ssaioteesawifl orriwThu

More than 4 250 officers and spraying of ornamental and the 120,000 kilowatt Paul L Bar. FaisliBf of frames sad rosoag fcirs will bs a t .of .

,visitors attended. delegatesand flowering shubbery. 'tow plant which went into operation dw past. vbea you replace wet ALL ALUM&4UMacrecas.
They wont rot warp or barn tad they art
Mrs R H Rowe entertained the In September at St Petersburg anda :- FsrSafe Ii, twelgk. YOB deal nave to rbaby sharinnm., ft

For SaleSecond Dogwood Circle with 24 present. A 75,000 kw addition to the GeorgeE 1 -- needs ao scraping sanding "wf"f or pats&tff lor

; most interesting program on the Turner plant at Enterprise in
About 12 good secondhandgas for the modern look c* yew bone.aad cotom-fic.
Natchez.Tour was given with the Central Florida which is scheduled ,- wony-froG. screens r "'

$ hand heavy-duty addition of slides taken of the for a May 1959. completion. At and electric ranges. Second CAU. TODAY lOa A PKf fSmUSI{r .

restaurant equipment: rangeS I trip by Mrs J C Burnett Mrs present the total generating capa- hand table top electric hot I

!Jack Wade and Mrs Howard Stud- bility of FPC is 692428 kilowatts.
and deep fat water heater CHEAPER THAN WOODS
fryers. still who went on the trip last at give-away .

r year. In bloom at the present time in HOWERTON SUPPLY CO.

I WCopeandJr.! Mrs Gordon Ashley Jr. and MrsB Madison gardens. price.W. I -
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the-above ad is Ime and yon need not, leave your home' to help. have more than doubled this state ,average. listed below are,'


During a com short course recently held at Abraham Baldsome of their practices: ,, ,:. ,


win Agricultural College in r ton Georgia it was pointed out 1. Plan corn ,
; your program, ,as carefully as ,v':-;,, ,:

that Georgia imported 40,000,000( ( bushels of corn annually to you do your tobacco, cotton and peanuts. Do ;:. '. YV. :: ; ,


supply our poultry and feed industry. This was accomplished not use sub-marginal land and expect a profitable ': ,',. : > } e


even though we have increased our state. average corn yields to' -;> crop. 'a
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32 bushels per acre in 1958. :' ,; 2., Have your soil analyzed .to determined; :jC::: ;: :,:'; ;


,.. ..': .,acidity and available plant food.
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,. Gordon B. Nance, professor of Agricultural Economics 0 .'
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University of Missouri, has this, to say about fertilizer ". ,[ 3. Select your varieties by comparing ,yield .,

as an investment in corn production: "The first $6.00' ., :"' .

,'0 worth of plant food per acre returned 291%; an additional ".. ; and' standability t t test t conducted t b y your experiment .. 0 .. : '

', 56.00'worth returned 227% and so on, and they had ,: s.' ,', .' "

to use $40.00 worth per acre before the ,returns on stations. ',.., : .0 .. .f
the last addition declined to 5%". .;
., ;V ::4. Fertilize your crop according to soil test ; ,:" '. ; ;

IL iii Jr mtnpniMrrnyr: > rnpriiw nP An...*g, n1tw"YMf,'-work -on'his claim.' :., results.and station recommenda- ,
In experiment ;
1953 he planted 300 acres of Dixie 18 in 38-inch rows .
] 16 inches ifl the drill. His:fertilizer practices Hjjere 600 :
., Jons I keeping in mind that the amount of plant .. 'I: 'i
pounds per'acre. of Smith's Premium 6-12-12 and 200 _, I ., .
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PASSES AFTER LONG ILLNESS PROCEEDINGS OF now due as 'part of the. City's contribution mission that if some organization n I MAYO WINS TITLE Saddleiy

CITY COMMISSION toward the cost of your. would take this on as a civic project IN UPSET HOWERTON .
SUPPLY CO.
.:: _. program. This, payment is in theamount as has been done in other
Miss Lila Tolar, age 62, 'Idled- of five hundred (500.00 communities, it would be the best P S Cogguis of Jacksonville is"
Monday in a Westt Honda hospital MADISON. FLA. .- dollars and a check for this sshould method to handle the situation. The Lafayette Coun High School recuperating from .a heart attackin
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alter an extended illness/She was MARCH 4, 1959, be made payable to the, Commission asked Mr Merchant if. O'o) basketball team upset a Jacksonville 'hospital Mr.
a lifelong resident of Hamilton The City Commission met this Florida Development Commission he would' contac the P T A in I favored Monticello in the final of Coggms was stricken about 11 da vs..
County, and a member of Corinth' date with the:'following .members \W are'. hopeful that very soonTget regards to this matter. the Class B Group 3 tournament ago.
Missionary Baptist church. present:, V M 'Folsom, 'J L Brinson. nand ., Wee1t1 together with the City's =- Cemetery Deed was executedtoMrs I in Mdvo Saturday night 62 to 58. Sheet Rock .
Survivors include one ,sister. MrsWalter Van H Priest '. representatives and your consultant Lucile Reischman. Curtis Koon paced the winners with 44.95 per 1000'si. '

Mrs Horace ileeks Hurst of Jasper of Orlando; two nieces and Minutes of the previous .meetingwere for advance discussion of the ,de There being no' further business 25 counters ft. HOWERTON'S. i'
approved. .' : tails of your program. and how
Mrs James Cason of Madison; it the Commission. approved bills for
three nephews, George T Tolar A motion was made by Van H can best be carried out. We are payment and adjourned. '

Madison Paul :;Tolar.'.of Tallahassee Priest seconded bi'' -j L Brinson looking forward with pleasure< :to V M Folsom; Mayor.; :. More: refreshing- '
; and Burrl" Tolar of Atlanta; that the City give :a quit claim our mutual association in this"work ATTEST .:. ; ,
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and 14 great-l ece$. and .neph ewe deed to Madison; Industries on the and. you may be sure it will continue A H Smith, Clerk:".. *
Services were held: at 3 p. m. streets platted in the Fraleign--, to be our policy to do everything Fewer :
calories I IBRUCELLOSIS
Tuesday in Corinth Missionary Baptist Smith Subdivision where the new .we can to'assure*the success t : .:
church in Hamilton coUntY industry is to 'be '7 located. It' ?was of. your community ;t planning'gram I 'pro RECEPTION HONORS :
Interment was' in the cemetery pointed out by Mr Priest that these' y
there with the T J Beggs Jr METHODIST OFFICERS ;
Funeral Home' at Madison'" in tat streets have. never. been cut in I and Sincerely ,yours_.,.. .r Insist
where : ongenuine
charge. Rev I T Carter andteV'Service. were"there"ever is accepted no'record by' the City they: -v--*:* *-1{S', *-.J... .E S-_\ri...%.: '. ...- .?.T:i4J Ji- :r. ..', -0 .:i 0- S
Austin Kelley conducted: the 0 ManagerPlanning The Lakeside home of Mr and 5'
but a deed would be needed to
and Community Mrs, Howard Studstill was the GOLD
Be Sure of Adequate Funds dear title ,to said land. Motion. Services Department setting Sunday evening for thereception I

To Carry Out Future Ran passed unanimously. \ Upon. motion by Van H Priest given .by the Methodist i NUGGITBUTTfHMllK
.The following letter was received seconded by J L Brinson and: WSCS honoring the conference

from the Florida DevelopmentCcRntnission carried unanimously Clerk was instructed officers in the city to attend the
: : to forward'payment in the Annual Convention of the Tallahassee
'. .4March2 1959 amount of $500.00 to the Florida District. '
Honorable V M Folsom Development Commission as 're The handsome rooms open to where you shop! ,
Mayor, City of Madison, quested. fr ,
CASH QELERt guests were decorated with spring aaq.
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Madison, Florida V: 0 Plans for the sewer lift stationto garden flowers in pastel shades. '.' .-r-
a. Dear. Mayor Folsom: be located at the Junior College Honor guests included Mrs H V "i, ', ..
Our Cash Reserves Policy can We are pleased to inform you were presented to the Commissionby Weems of Sebr i& Mrs D R Thur '
help make your dreams come that *s of February 19 1959 wehaye the City Manager. man, of Miami. Mrs Virgil ,Morgan .
the- needed '--authorization froni the The Commission authorized theSzty of Sarasota, Mrs '
true by providing : ; Angel Fustair : _T ( ;'1'o :
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money when the time comes> v Housing and Home Finance. Agency. Manager to proceed with and Mrs Aubrey Fowler of Live 0 ._ ._ o.
be it for a college education for (UJiban Renewal Administration) to getting "bids for construction" of Oak. AND T-B JFBEE CERTIFICATE,NO. 434, '_",':,
children happy retirement proceed with the community planning the lift station and' for buying Assisting Mrs Studstill with
your
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for you.MORROW ;: -. -. program in the Cty of'Madi pipe for water and sewer lines. receiving and entertaining were p. YorLocaIDistrgor .;
son. We have also notified your T C Merchant Jr appeared before Miss :Alice Sims Mrs A F Harri-
INSURANCE chosen Consultant Mr MiloSmith M the Commission in regards to son. Mrs J B Davis, and members
and instrjucted.:him to commence traffic In the school area. Mr of the circles. Mrs Paul Touchton .B.S. WARING
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accordancewith\ the terms of to work traffic on_Base and Washington in the dining room were Mrs S H 1 .

Telephone HU. 3-62SOU, It' our contract we request ;that 'you ., Streets. Moore Mrs C S Blalock Mrs J C .: '.' i

108 W. Pinckney'St .Madison"r'. 't FJa.r make. the initial payment .that is J.: It'was* the thinking of, the..Com-.'_' ,"I. ,Burnett and Mrs W T Davis. < PII ae" U.er. t 3=6400.

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mgr could survive under condi- ;hV
Been Slepping hSincetheBossRenovatedthatPastureMs tions similar to those on Mars. The NEED YOUR WATCH REPAIRED
organisms were placed in jars filled SEE KELLY WATCHMAKERAll
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with nitrogen at low pressure corresponding Repair Work Guaranteed ROOSTER IS ONE ALARM
to the Martian atmosphere CLOcKnucr HAS TO BE
They were then exposed to GOOD USED WATCHESNew SHOT OFF WIT AM

t.. sudden 17- degrees temperature above zero changes-from to 13' below. watches and bandS fur that -' AXEJust sit back and re
LIFE POSSIBLE appreciated gift

1 but Organisms those requiring oxygen died, KELL r.s REPAIR SHOP lax-if 1 t Auto t ,Parts
needing little or, no oxygen MADISON
survived and even grew. The
experiment suggests that at least need ha jt.
l4h. you we e-
some forms of life known on earth '
I could survive on Mars. '

Strong evidence that life exists For Sale Have ybur> repairman
? on Mars was reported by Dr Wil- -
b T liam M Swinton
: of the Lowell Second hand
Observatory, flagstaff, Arizona. heavy-duty see us for' big values. .
ftj spectroscopic studies indicate restaurant equipment: ranges e* *
that there is matter on .Mars that and deep fat fryers. 169 Cam:
I absorbs the same wave lengths of

It i radiant on earth.energy' as. some. plant life W C Copeland, 'Jr.Pinetla ..

Even before these scientific reports -

astronomers, a survey showed,of scientists overwhelming, mostly Youth Club

It belief in Martian life of some type.
/ \ bt Only one scientist of. 37 queried -
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said no. The Pinetta Youth Club met AUTO PARTS, ,1 Inc.

Q Mrs D FBurnett, entertained her February for 28 their in the monthly, school gymnasium ,- C Alj J ID; ( r mJf jior: : p ti$ -

bridge club Thursday afternoon. A with .thirty five people present.meeting M CHiN. '}H9.P'RYJ (
t I. dessert course was served. Mrs I Refreshments of cake, potato PICKNt'r 5.1t. :tDIS N JlA:. Pt1 ne Jf.tot:: 212J.. .

!t/1 fti tElf I IWI" Harvey Hawkins won the club prize I chips, mints, and cool-aid wereserved LIVE OAK. FLA., PH. FO 2-2329QUITMAN, GA. PH. 4401
da t Sacidf II A..ir and Mrs T G Merchant the visitorsper. I by mothers'of some of the
The crow wy.Art9..o7 nak.. totritioo*crus and rratntkxa gnmh members.Mr .
1DIbaDDk. Maw aBMiwkdom and kaowkdgs may DOt!Ie tM to detect -1 -
vittttthlbr tM Menace/ bttvtn cra-1ftIft on Mite of low and bits fert&ftyv Nels Falk Sr gave a brief JUMBOHamburgers
lMttMeovv31 iMB ...I y time t inn tram CIa fertile lOlL Vtotyow talk on the progress toward the LeeFFA Enters ,Stock
eeotan 3a tiat dcI"" tux ruses idor. *tioa, CENSUS BUREAU SURVEY Youth Center of Pinetta 30c
MBM MMM f Reverend W D
Hicks of the
CONSERVATION: studied for 250 years. It wasfirst Current Population Survey by the Pinetta Methodist Church ad- WHITE TOP DRIVE-IN. -
reached by James Clark Ross on On March 3, the Lee FFA
U S Census Bureau will be conducted journed the business meeting witha Mr ,and:,Mrs' J T Chap-
Boothia Peninsula in 1831 the locally during week of prayer.Everyone. Jacksonville Hopkins of ter entered two barrows and one
(by L C Bruoer. National Geographic Magazine says. larch 16 with, information collected enjoyed the .games that Miss Ethel visited their aunt steer in the Stock Show at Madi-
(Soil Conservation Service) Intensive; field work (1946-48) by loally by Mrs Amelia Roffe. I were played afterwards. All the last week.Mrs Hopkins several days son. Our steer got 7th place, and
The crows say: Fertilized soil Dominion Observatory determined Questions on consumer income I Youth of the 'surrounding communi- our barrows both got red ribbons.
makes nutritious and nutritious the magnetic pole's latest positionon x- The barrows were shown by EI-
grass eucational attainment, literacy and ties are extended a special invitation = J E
Hardee. Mrs
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makes milk. W B Prince of Wales Island in the C Home voye Williams and Edgar Barrs.
grass Coody, family characteristics will be asked. to. attend the next meeting to :and Mrs W P Knight
in the Pinetta Canadian District of Franklin, returned JJmmy Sevor showed the
a 4 dairyman community be held March 28, at 7:30 p. m.. in steer.
began fertilizing his permanent some 1,100 miles from the Geographic the Pinetta.school gymnasium.A Sunday from spending'a week down Everyone had. a good time at the
pasture last week by applying North Pole. We are now''open all day A \ interesting program is the Florida' Coast .at Palm Beach Agriculture Center that day. Re
is an ancient mode of Thursdays and close at 1 ,and. M stun. porter.
four hundred pounds of 4-12.12 Skiing p. m. planned concerning American teen- ,
and one hundred pounds of nitrogenper travel, the National Geographic: on Saturday. HOWERTON agers.
acre. He said "With the .nunv Magazine says. Scientists in Nor- SUPPLY CO.ADULT JUNE DREW Reporter PSnett
beT of,cows I have I must fertilize way and' Sweden have found skis Youth Club.
early .and try to grow two bladesof dating from 4.000 to 5,000 .years WEB U Y
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1 grass where I have been :growing ago. As early as A D 1200 Swedish FELLOWSHIP )
one" Mr Coody bas\ about fiftybead ; soldiers were using skis in The Methodist Adult.Fellowship Miss Jfary Jewell Touchton of .. i
of dairy cows.and ihas' decided winter campaigns. Skiing becamea of which John. Waring is chairman Madison was on the Deans List at: PTb r-Pipwsod Pales SawkgsT.
Point (N.C. the first
College
thjt applying fertilizer is his best popular sport*in the 19th century. were hosts at a supper party Wednesday High ) ,

fafmlBij; practice to increase theoutputof Yellowstone in 1872" was designated night in> Fellowship 'Hall. semester.K .. .' ;
his farm. the United States' first nat- lie Presbyterian ?Adult Fellow *' -' M. HOWERTON, JR:

Ten' acres of his bahia sod ,is beta .onal park. ... T ship group were' special ,guetts. .. warm wMi Saclik S. DUVAL ST., P$ :RU 3-6681 MADISON, FLA.
) prepared! to grow sun, .cbacca Longitude ,(}length)- and latitude 'A supper of'chicken with yellow : f' >,
on' this'} spring.. Growing tobacco on (breadth) are ancient terms. The rice salad dessert and Coffee..,was fuel oil Call :' TIMBER PURCHASED, IN BULK OR SELECTIVELYCUT
Uj Ja : fod in many instances has Mediterranean is long from T east; served to GOO: more guests. ".'!be .' '
Increased the yield from ($*
hundred pounds per,acre. Raising from north ,to south Since the entire Rett White of Tallahassee, District iffll 3-2277 FORESTRY. ... CONSULTANTS-TIMBER. MARKETING
the yield amounts to Greeks Director of Scouts ad- 5 : 545 .I. r
per acre world for the early Boy D > : .
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size of .the farm The big difference" land wound its shores it was Scout work. in the 'area. .
is that'the expansion is{:$iad: Kral for them to think of east- ,

vertically instead of horizontally.. west measurement as length, and ,
Generally the net profit fro/ft$$ ::4 type of expansion is muchfeKwwJ, the National Geographic says. RtiN Y
per acre than when the farm is I sea anemone lum- ,

xpan rtfjil iyf titviii t ti ocean botton, it
duction output is often made wi co-ordinates so poorly that it may
litjle or no more equipment and leave fragments of its body be- ,
too, labor requirement is nftly grow intoMetcfflndilidtillilthe '/' 4 J-
Increased. 4 National
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Contour lines were runT: lasi Mag ng s {

Wednesday and Thursday cdL the. .*k& Albbs jfcdAIsradis put \
farm of Milton Parxish who lives down their arms hi 1949, the city
about three miles west of Madison of.l5&iehi Stay; Iu1 fed. One

Joining' Lake Rachael. .The contour side became the capital of the new ,,
. 1'breaking e state, -ine- -. _
and SK 4i on the contour Hashemite Kb&MSi '1"
Where Situ ,*18\1t Mandelbaum Gate, actualI_ aoTJ>pe>i : .4'!'.. i
crosswiserunning"i 'df4'il"1ope'"'i- m f f lah
place near the heart of Jerusalem, ;<<)rit :
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ap Tfl5cniown,'The rows ac provides the only .. international ,,7 ,
as* miniature 'lenrafces;'and tend to crossing.iStigar. ,.
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hoW n %water where itn falls: JM next to tea and 'bread--is
j.. ,',_11 I."f.'f.l. ( .: :JJ.;.: ,,;:
-"most gym ortant 4fpth. in :lOleI
c"W "": nail' tlief. Like tea; abgar 'a ,1 .
G'p1 d t e. government'monopoly;' Gbvernmentg +s Sb ..
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: "n may tdtteid If-su 3jra mot 'a f le. "j. ,
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as living gods; an erectedsignifi .
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ty is less tK&Awfi&t- inodtGl: iaszt roe. Geographic
"'.thus a visitor ttf' the moon would says From this consuming

weigh only O b ..,fSW e J interest, came, a crowi intellecaa .s, ..J.JI dioj .....?t4 \
he does normal 1
on earth high .6a rate ttK JW World's Gregorian ; '
O\ torlo11dJi-t lt. truck bulls its
foot tar elevates s center calendar, which was devisedINDICATES :tiCl10H : Chevy, way

of gravity e.I:... f about cent r tj R30O "al(10H1,. I '
three feet 'e:,eotYld
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the National 1\ AIaN is now/lteve natur r exists that on ,: .::: Jgep .
says life aI ve
Though acles u t-nl "s.,, ;: :l ilxbus2 *<'%swo11 iMfrwturnraoJ C _ha :. : ,
its bl the tuairh 'slxPales -, ,d' *'Jt '. )'t9:7'cIIi + flit6', 1C fJ.CMrzJtlI Jd J i lI as far way these toughies hold up; theAT'the1. wade I
sun. Thetropism. lio- ; bal. ttr:31.: .u .,aaa.im lcs 4M Jllfoo4.r fight* over right in, tth ir lumps, yet stay in shape. ;
Today, its grit that ChevYs showing the truch,3rrnc -
they, the .ltthea ul. back
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.ter n the i ru rUfirtlla l JaJIlfI ttrunP A llr .
Real that off.1D
'\ ing JndultrJ.. tourhneaa s job- r.
Sac .A'--
says
shaded sidt y : _
1 oawr's. T'oroe ors>> Jostra ...1 4cut .lL.a.a.l. ''it>slfS tifiTbgitsKtP8&3ineMft&&Cor after-job dependability in ability to get work "f."UaT .,

stem Positioning causing-its of Uie 'curvatureit te> } -, ,M '0 :$ %&}tf&testfl&'tf&l tf&S&i abiltty done.at least expense. You can match Chevy muBda It
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north magnetic. 'fOIb ercTftA to t&'e eftmakriffie &ISfj '' against any tough light-, medium- heavy-daty i.
0' saw 'moo; Jiiprf f.tflPer tx b n.'s '"sJ 'as job and know you've got it beaU jisb g
iertat arm ,) s4a< 'IastRl : UMIPI Your Chevrolet dealer's ready right now to:meet

.JJUq :Outiiciffite a$tntc: ; Miknownifor liw-bestinsplt caS'T: your special work requirements. Stop by and see_
If'
-W '* Sp* V 't ..1M sbul7rt k I 9da>fast. Ttruckermlikel1ie *;Ikim soon. /

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MARCH ttth' 1959" ..... THE lti >EKTERFRI5E-RECORDER, .MADISON.. FLORIDA II -'- -- ---- A -x -. '-. -
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For Sale Mothers 'WfitT t
RSOTOR! MAIDS \.1

About 12 good second-hand .t
About Safety 1 1t
gas and electric f ranges. Second- .j 1

hand table top electric hot .

'water.t.1 heater at give-away March 9, 1959
I have also had a great deal 1

price. >' Car Costs of interest and concern about the_

W 5 C '.Jr. children coming and going from I -
j Copeland ,, A Factor At ; school, I live on Hayne Street

next to the school and really do

Scientists generally rule out the Tax TimeBy see the problem. Paving the street

possibility .that Mars, could have .... Martha JohnsoaDodge was wonderful for the motorists,
but Fm afraid added to the hazards -
animal 'life that
comparable to on Safety Consultant
for the children. The
earth because of the near absence paving
of oxygetj. However it is WHETHER we like key not. tempts people to exceed the fifteen
possible
*
the time for filing income tax re- hour
mile
an limit and the children -
that some exotic form of animal .
here Car owners r.
is again.
turns
,
still have to walk In the streetor .
life have
may developed. should remember that certain
Life \on Mars has ]png been a auto expenses, as outlined here, just on the edge. Needless mZ5 S
subject (for speculation. The. planet are deductible. say. I have seen many near misses.

has dusky greenish and :brownish -. BUSINESS'USE. People who The speeding increases duringthe

surface areas that undergo seasonal '. ;; use their can exclusively for hours between three and five,,
in outline work may deduct the fall.cost of especially when there is any: r+
changes color and suggesting
:
including gasoline cfl t 4 r -
'upkeep.
activity at the high schooLThis

theones"'Tiave vegetation been' although offered.* other Like and repairs depredation., garage rent, insurance. has become so acute that I :

the earth. Mars has polar snowcaps But if a car !. wed for both cannot allow my four yeat old 'outside

that shrink in summer and spreadin work and pleasure, only the per.ventage for fear she. will forget the

winter. ,It also has a reddish of business we may be forbidden street one time-I am

belt that may be a counterpart to claimed. The expense' of drivinga afraid that one time would be'the, !
and from Work.k NOT ..
ear to t fatal time.
the terrestrial desert belt from &
the Sahara .to the Gobi. Martian deductible. If I. ,with other concerned mothers
USE.
temperatures are not very different plan PERSONAL to itemize your deductions you and citizens do hope and pray"that 4i

from the earth's although the'shift on the long form (Form 1040) the addition of police at the' proper

from midday to night is dramatic. you, may claim: hours and a crack-down on speeding

CtNTROVERSIALCANALS.; '. license tags ad annul ear will relieve this'situation that daily

Few features of Mars have attracted registration fees. I endangers the llvesof all our chil tl

more attention than the State gasoline'tare dren. ;

faint Goes reported by an Italian State or Iota taxes cm the ,+: < '
; Sincerely. Mr and Mrs Crill \,
-astronomer in 1877. Later Percfval total purchase price of a r r : : I
:MRS. FRANK' A GRAHAM JR. '
I' Danqf Tallahassee
Federal son
,
bought 111IIiD.19S1. !
Lowell founder of the Lowell + ')..
In Tallahassee U S 90 uniformed .
on a -
excise taxet on new ecu are his mother, Mrs H C
Observatory, advanced the theory lCOT d.daetible. I policeman 'or policewoman over, the week end. ; ) | '*
that the so-called "canals" are lean. Ifea is duty down and ,
;Interest ea irate on slowing stopping -x 1 ff'
strips of vegetation along watercourses are financing yew ear traffic .when school children \lr and Mrs (: :

and that the planet is being on the fcuuument plan, yenmay have to cross or walk.,along the Mrs Emaline ; !
irrigated from melting icecaps detect Ik* interest per Carpenter
Tiighway. Surely we value QUI'Children's : { : : : t vt
ter Miss
fcy intelligent beings struggling tkeep Ilea e* yew contract.QuauJty Date'Catpenl r
...
aBve 01a dying planet. .. and theft lessee noteoa.pesrawd welfare: ,>s highly as nesday for New.*Qrlearjs> t ?' ;,.

In an attempt to solve this and for' .y insurance. Tallahassee does! 0 several days. Mis : :
Lowell 'Yo Buy daini anr BETH SIMS. will graduate from M diS
other Martian mysteries low r..kia; free. an aee* Your articles concerning school School, class 4f 1969 :
Observatory and 'the National Geographic dent net canted ny wtt- traffic have read i
yeer: hazards been anticipates ent&c&g thd- > .
Society in1954 sponsoreda Car Unsafe (
fd -.ua-ee.
with a great deal of interest_ '
:
sixmonthexpedition to Bloemfon- freer fire, Hcbiaiac, sterna, '..NIr'SeS.at. Chajjty .. fa
tem. South Africa, where; observation fcaO er.flood abe Ie eednrt As a resident living on Highway September, will investigaj
90'with good view of the Parra- )
a
Ibis prerequisites. They will
1* better thin in the Northern 1 I
Expedition leader E CSSej&esfc Bat TtsMttbtr. tax or AO tax, more intersection I would like to o '\o: { :f.J
Hemisphere. fd tell about a scene I witnessed .
sing cosec you ,
photographs confirmed >;<< nebkpt.s: several ,weeks ago. Two high school "L 'Y

the presence -of the ling, one of students "scratched off and raced Sunday.Woflirit i : .
which for 1,500 miles withouta R
runs their cars two abreast to the stop ( f9*
half the distance ,
bend across
.lrJi Tillage sign at Highway 90. On 'the narrow 1
the United States n ""! i f'f; : l
'4 S : street by the school this is danger --
lidfj'theories; bare beenadvancedto
'. J9 t
ous When consider twenty-
you
'e cplam the canals. Some scientists Pi. Divid nds five to thirty children walking on .Both MadisG551 and > !
: be fault .
believe they
may
of High School basket ball I
either side without benefit 'even
blocks of the "
lines along upheaved ,
'
their
first rounds last
1 1I. I
,.
a sidewalk, it is .truly miraculous I
planet's crust. Still others believe I the basket 1ia1i. t u i
as ,did Professor Lowell, that they (By _Southern Farm .New Service) someone was not killed Add a constant 'I.. Madison .C |ate4 Florida.
.
are of artificial design. How much tilling is ,reallynecessary stream of heavy trucks and Tallaha jn? a tight. .
? general Highway traffic to the
nesday g r" 56. to >frt
'and have complete picture .
That's a question being raised increasingly scene you a S/, ClsJosepHef .
4 o
T
throughout farmjpg regions ; .. : Madison '
-fmals was '.
Drops : In many parts of the coun- Jn' my opinion, nothing short of of :tiuf'game- \wtth 29. : &:)

try Experiment' Stations are show- a,i policeman experienced in handling Thef,:same: rHght P !. )

t.Greenville High School's basketball ing interest in, it, especially in view traffic could make this crossing. Gainesville defeated Perry -
of the lower production costs required sale for our children. ; : "
team lost to Mayo Friday Thursday nighGreenv ;, .
to squeeze profits out of Sincerely "" *'
62 45 the Class B lea ed Lake 72 to ><
in ,
night to I lower crop unit prices., -' -,. MRS. J. R. WARD Butlers ',
;!
,
Group 2 tournament. In the other The authoritative ptthlic atlo a 55 -5 Croup 3, Class R: ou : : :

semi-final game Monticello topped san>e ,night Branfora o ,$t ...
f _
"Agribusiness:"Outlook" reports ifl __ __ y '. .t _
Branford 66 to '59.: Mayo and Mon- its. .sue' per 62 toM.. .'t
current that -minimum } >
ticello played Saturday night foe -,. ,.
: 0 r-"
tillage" is a phrase you'll be:Eear- If
the championship. ing more about In effect, it means TiIft'Scruggs: Mr and ok{rs't.e"op..t.M I
daughte Margaret'Ofwefk T i
{
the least amount of tilling required : '
Mr and Mrs P K Rowell and end, guests of her
; I to, get the most production.The .. > 10
Miss Helen Rowell spent the weekend I phrase suggest th&t' farmers __ FORESTER Mrs RL, MilllnorA'.- -:.,..,.; ,1.1

in Orlando visiting ,Mr and; generally aredoing more tilling REGISTERED SURVEYOR ..'. ., ; '-
Mrs Robert Rowell. and at Lake than is necessary and thus expending r ; ; S $5 :
Como with Mr: and Mrs Geo F more labor and time than .. Ph. HC 4186MADI .' 5' f--iST :: ."

Day. i 1 they need to. Ohi, ,FLA.LAND : r < B&tVEDISCOVER: : : ;: : .,wf .

ADS in this size type: begin me low The publication says a new report > s' .., .. .. ..... .. "" .... ;
from the Michigan AgriculturalExperiment .
as $1.00._ Station points up dramatically ,; '*' < : -' : ; :;: ;"

the savings that are possi. ,TJ, -' "& : S : .
D ALS f*
iM .
Keep warm withJ.P.WiINsQN"Sinelair -, ble niques.through minimum tillage tech -.a .t.' ... I..? .' ItT

Michigan fanners "are chopping V S SmithAecutdr estate of Ed N .
.; -
> '
fuel oil Call upwards of $20 million off their Pryor.' to Thf" I'Hart. Devisee under. ,

'- -.-." production < costs" .the studysays jull.of ,Edy r'%=40. :acres"mSec' ,. 0'-1.; ,' TUB
HU32277MARKETER They are saving $3 to $5 an acre 21, Tp 2 K, R 10 E. ; tJ \ .

by making fewer trips over a field C W Bras*ell' and wife to SidneyW : "r i :-: \ -.'.

to get it ready for sef-ding. Brasweil: ne acre In'$WU of( ''' '
: ,Head Soil Scientist Ray Cook is *:" : : S. .S" ADS. OF ,
quoted' as saying: "Many farmers SWH, S< 33, Tp.2 N, R% E;' land ..,. I \, .-:. ;0 SCAMPER- >t ... # .

using minimum tillage! find--that the to be ugecj for homesite drjreverts, ; -*: .. POCKETBOOK S '
'U
only tillage necessary before' planting to conveyors. -i 1-- STILE. /.,
.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT THIRD t Keiii of i F Capan oilessie L .
is .good job of .moldboard
a.
3 .
? t :5' : .
Spirited
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT MADISON plowing; planting follows immedi Loper- Jr, biIM& sale to ofte Ford .-, : ." o.; six or super.responsive V-8,The Lark delivers marathon :',,
COUNTY FLORIDA. IN CHAN p (t ;: .
CERY. ately. trace\ .and one' cpr6'liatrestey.Joseph -'"!-; A. c. li1 r g 011 mere thimbles of Jow-cost." regular gas, And.nery mile .' ,
Vl a'n y;
Mr Cook: declares that minimum Per ts'af''wtfe to ... : :
ADOPTION IN THE MATTER OF DONNA OF THE'BELLE tillage is based on ;the fact that Caro1f ie Dewey, .!ale of"mineral \: 1 '-wtb, three feet less length to maneuver than, conventional a>x .,.... SO \::. ;' .

Minor. ._. plants do better in loose soiL Loose lights of the 456-acrt S ellfe Williams 1 : \ o: .
HALL a S Y to turn to park,to driv G Fa ,JYasized-witb room for six in&idit > '
soils are well supplied with oxygen: property.
ADOPTIONNOTICE '" -t
BY PUBLICATION OF water soaks In readily and run-off WUloughby "PrpperUes Ipc to ; Acid r .proud-st}'kd; appointed and upholstered in really rich fashion- o '
b retuced. Weeds slowly in ..
start .
vrife
Qrppett tine .
PETITION FOR ADOPTIONTO Dwight! T'_ Lot ?
? rigb'aste. Costs less
loose soil, but crop seeds germinate 10 buy, ICS to operate,give the most ,
: MRS. BETTY JO BARROW, '' 23. rairffide Terrace SiD, Town J '' rcwardingmue ;' .,1"\ ti
because surrounding soil is packed :
ROUTE. 1.ANDALUSIA ALABAMA Given of: MattIs __ t. ": X. '* Youl'w"money can buy- And beautifully engineered. Get with it. :**
You are hereby notified that a Just enough during planting. Samesl'* S >effteiu and wife to -d't't ,-' f ;,-" .
iIG 4MI !
an even start with plenty of fertilizer : i 3fW
Petition baa been filed in the above r *- :-
wifSl65
i .J ; SI995
styled court by Sam Booth and crops can outdo weeds. e. fUa5pancl awesirk I .--> .11'11.1:1',le 11311 .
G:
Tisha Belle Booth, his wife, for the Soil scientists say the Michigan :: Lake;Fanns project, 1- r UeI'sSortsVos toaltsres.a, .
: t' .,
c.
easements -t we'le ....'i ...w."lr.. !' .. .
report has general nationwf4e F6 1c4,Ur iwlii ,etc. .
DONNA BELLE
of HALL .
adoption '" ,
rl. ..' ,
.,..
ISo
iii minor,, by said petitioners and you plication. :. > C j: r {gag an ..Iiiawcioici i if e to J E 1- ''& '. '1; l c .H1 ,1 '. :"
to of ? :50 in '- -' '" ., "f 1" '1\ '\II\t"l1; ...
,"are required serve a copy your fie, acres t .....
objections to show cause l'R'9 : .: :.. Vlan
.answer or jtv- *; *u> x.2L '\ q1f'tIJ' H

why the petition should not begranted popular theySUNDAY must b Bo ert Alkens to AugLLCMkens +,. ... .-. !$H' .,tel ;)ft.. lilt. 1'

on the Attorneys for Pe- 1SI G k.quit claim deed .to'20 lens in .-- .. I ,
.L'II... ."..".0,4'"
; "' -
titioners W T Davis and FrankA SPECiAlS ;
,
.
Tp 3 N. R 9 }:. f&> : "': .
Graham Jr Madison, Florida 1 ......'\-.. ui'.1 n \) !
in the office y A ..aB eaitia'r Th e -! AugustusA1ke ... ..... ... ..
and file ,the original. Chicken Dinner$120$ Ialm' 0,) T' ....j...-;I",
uir teed ;; jl1io \
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Jr; to 20 ''f.." .,. -I: .
Florida on or- before Tig 3 R EL *, -,- \ : r91; _-
Madison, SIRLOIN TIP ROL25 r s7Jns i t: ; \ s 'r .
March 30 1959. ;.MiltontJ; eas t AtieustosvgiikensJr !.'[ tt:>on'jsib ." ,\I t .&.... ,. 11 Ia1
.$ .,. ,
,
1O.'tcbrro' f.
Herein fail not or a Decree Pro glut claim deed W'2o' acres- in dt x9 ...,. ., i ,\ ftOJ
"'
Confesso will be entered against Including Salad Drink.;- Tp f9 "')'l' }J .; ; ... I 1'4W r1tti9Hi1
and 3 VegetablesTimes r9Cv 3wNrE. ,9 Ir, .fl,.. jU'Q.jffI, iG.LARK"today ; I itintyrgq 3

)'OU. i: .' -:> A and Mianie .. ,, wt,1' $', lUh..M 3fI'Y
,
': 'I' !8Ifr) 14 .1. I. ..,r.1.. \i. t I 'd \ .Lt'II .1.
WITNESS my hand and the 'seal All eftsCAD fj-O\ to 20 acreshim t 0'v t. d. \I.)
of said Court in Madison Florida. IIPTEL ,3: ..N.Jt.A"V = :, ': RNO' : :A'' ....
.
this February 24 1959 : ... ,G NS' 'M 'Jt .fJl.i;
DALE M. LESLIE. t; e Square Corner Y" oJt- :JorruL.- husband to n'n "!da L a f1 1.1', 1111, \', .
Madison > Ails r' -L f +1 ... witc itIfIltnf"1a ,4't .
Coon of i and wife, quit "ftW a
As Clerk of the said Circuit .;..,. e ,
& .AND 11\.1 jH' .1{
DUV .wt. -yt Z
3'R"9 Y I ( AL STREEISr. .! ;t\t'fRotr. .Y"o IsoI.r fiT "
(SEAL) &UA.U .r-
:. ;. : ... :. .r.i 'f1I1 .1001-" '. ,'1'0 ......q.--.Uk .i'4i11S. ,i ii"n ;.i -4'UUru iit"A i ,1", i.lii 1K'f
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PAGE FOURTEEN THE' ENTERPRISE-RECORDER, MADISON, FLORIDA -
: FmnA'v 14IARCN 1_a..fteA .;. ... .: );
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ENTERPRIsE-BECORDER: his recent Russian visit, may B G'"T -jj**

TI '. ,," ... a Ke able in his c ming'.yfsit'to 'SHIS LAST I
j"I", oJ. : ..'::'rx'" WI .
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MADISON.:FLOBIDATelq : this, country to relieve tensions .
: >hoce HU 3-6361 HI S. SHELBY si. -
somewhat. It is not enoughfor
-
Published Weekly Subscription $3.60 Per Year in Advance us to say that we will not r t ---i----_

Advertising Rates Made Known on Application. i budge an inch, and let it go at I il''IA

that. With a world about to a
Entered at the Madison Post Office as second-class matter June
. become on fire, we will never .
25 ]908, under Act of March 8, 1879. .
r. be able to forgive ourselves

OWNERS: T. C. MERCHANT, T. C. 'MERCHANT. JR.. '" unless wedo everything ; :;! ..it.

AND ASSOCIATES : honorably possible to preventthe .

holocaust. And how colossal .
MADISON RECORDER,_ESTABLISHED 1865 ; .wi
'and how
NEW ENTERPRISE, ESTABLISHED 1901 ? unpardonably
CONSOLIDATED, JUNE 25, 1908 r foolish ,would the tragedy be I r r : ,

sP
;:' T. C. :MERCHANT Editor and PublisherT. -__ .;
C. :MERCHANT, JR., Managing Editor .. .. C .4-5

k, '. MRS. A. W. VANN, City EditorFour Great Supplier" >:: itU4Y c

'j.- i. 0810 I in those days would lead,the Sapphires ,-' ; t

1.r. state with around twenty thou-: .
4:< .- sand bales. Cotton declined Montana is one of the North- >

s nEN with the coming of the boll western states, fourth largestin Pot Gandy, nationally known peanut man with
GRAND PRIZE the goats, was found dead Monday at his home,
0 .a y weevil, but it came again, anda area in the country, about : .
(' 19594r few and two and a half times the area 1959-40 horse Scott outboard presumably of a heart attack. Pot went into the '
years ago wagons with electric starter. 15 foot peanu fbislnes .ye;irk 'ago following) a logging
!oN trucks, were lined up in a long of Florida but with a population runabout.Boat trailer.THIEE accident. that cost..,him both of his legs.
string at:.the I local gin reminiscent i of only about a.sixth, that .
COMPLETE OUTEOAID BIRTHDAY PARTY ..
Inches More of' the, old days. of Florida. It is noted as one OUTFITS Will EC GIVEN AWAY "- .' i Sheet Rock $44.95 per 1000sa. ',,;

Then that ceased, but...'this year' of .the .world's richest mining ..BONUS PRIZES awarded once .. : 1 ft. HOWERTON'S.,
We can add practicably(fotlr a semblance of-.itt.; barring regions s, with vast' deposits ofgoJ a week during the contest. Tommy Sale,' son of Mrs Marina -

more inches of rainfall!. .(3.96 drastically unfavorable weather ,;.silver, copper'," ,zinc and Second boots.pam 523 Sale celebrated. his twelfth .birthday -
inches, to be exact) to the lead. ,Other minerals includeoil Irish Setter anniversary ,Saturday night r

amount recorded in last week's And conditions it will, will be good.appear' again. coal, natural gas, arsenous Third Handiute Prize electric: 20 $8 lanterns.00 value ; with a. lovely party at the Legion L"'L"'L"'L"'..........-.-.....-.. "..... .-'.-'.......:..-. "

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column as a result of the oxide, crystalline graphite and Weekly prize winners still home. Forty- guests enjoyed proms So popular they must be repeated!,
eligible for grand prize. and dancing during> the evening.
downpour last Wednesday night,I J phosphate rock. About half .
Thursday and Thursday night.! Will Give Good Account the nation's supply of sapphirescomes The ".assembly J room was deco- SUNDAY SPECIALS!
rated with streamers
Now we have had in less than from Montana., The s .tn. pastel, '
&i colors, and many balloons The Chicken Dinner $1.00
two and a third months more Madison county continues in state Is a great producer of refreshment table, covered' with a .

than a foot and a half of rain, the; public c;:: eye, t: and", former wheat,. with other farm pro- white, :linencloth. held, the.. punchbowl SIRLOIN TIP ROAST BEEF* i

or more than a' third of the Madison count ans, when 'they ducts including hay,. oats, sugar EASY TO ENTER and.the 'beautiful; tiered' ...white" $1.25 ..

usual rainfall for the whole come back on a visit, have to beets, corn, potatoes, .' barley, Just factory try McCulloch a fresh-from-the.saw at birthday*cake decorated' "l in/yellow Including, Salad, Drink '

year. That it will prepare the rub their eyes to see if what flaxseed and wool. Copper your de ler"s. Fill out the and blue, and encircled with. camel and 3 Vegetables

ground, if indeed it has not they see is :realjy! Madison smelting, petroleum refining, entry blank,and you're eligible lias. Twelve, candles' topped, the
the to win the grand prize and cake. Punch cake .sandwiches and
been more than enough,' for county. Workon new sugar-beet refining. and, the the second or third prize. mints were served. HANCOCK HOTEL .
the planting beginning furniture factory is scheduledto manufacture of lumber and Yoii'iy In tuck 'Mrs *
big season now MrstSaie: was. assisted....by At the Times Square. Corner
is certain. And the begin this week, the stock timber products are the leading WAcnYovTry '
of Madison
A McCvtfocA Chain Saw Joe Peavy and Mrs Bill Mack .
will ,be mOre show last week is rePortedthe manufacturing jndustri i,' .
planting
on a extensive f" Hendry in entertaining the young .
:
scale. this'ear than in best we 'have ever had, Bricks;' phosphate' i fertilizers* INTER THE LUCKY CUTCONTEST ,' e
TODAY .. people. *>!?, .. ..tr! f4tf "
recent years. and now along comes the Madison .and sulfuric acid are produced. 'Contest closes April 19Howerton ,

High School basketball ..
The state is noted for its scen- "
team and fights its 'way to Next week Nebraska.'. "CTf**"* i "
ery. Glass
Ad Paint Co.
Pricedo; Columbia
of ,Market championship i n its group. Supply \ f, 5t
Whatever may be in store: for ,Company. 1
One of the fertilizer ,: ,' STORE"''FRONT J DESIGNING AND INSTALLATIONfessFor '
companies Madison Fla. :
them: this week in the state .. .. c .
in a large! advertise-
tournament. we feel.. sure. the. .. ; .'
.
last Veek's.iaSue '" >> .
ment in ) boYs. will give a. >good .account.. f : : 'rf ,,< ?. !. Every Purpose '._ '.r ,
pointed out graphically the de- of themselves *, 1"'.. ..- tr Jo" t.-: '*'* : _:> jfrjtf S, ***J. ,- tr

cline in cotton creage in i .. Radiator RepairWcWILLIAMS '. 'CALL C. E. EDGLEY r ,

Georgia over the past quarterof i '
a century. In 1933-that Would CO nand'M re GARAGE .J Lake City Pay 1227 Night,' 49-W ...

.. .
-' '
was the year that the United '- .'
Prepared bj
States government, of all Compliance .-.,

r things, paid people to plow up We do not"Believe the volun American_Animal Foundationfor Health \ '.- ,' I / : N. I 9 ..':" .. '. :

their cotton-there were 2,870- teer patroling( of the school ,_ Farmers who own young calves. +f M.. twt.K.'l.( .... ,:>:: ; }_.
000 acres of cotton planted in zone crossings by volunteer \t _
seem to be experiencing more :
Georgia, whereas \this year P-TA members, ,as suggestedby and more winter losses' due to':a DOUBLE VALUE FORD k : ,

only 700,000 acres are allottedto the City Commission, would condition ;known as "pneumonia-. :; "
the' state. The figures are i enteritis. complex. '-- :
work out in the long ,run. Oh,
given for. Georgia but they I Today, this is causing 'an Built for ; .
it would help for a while, but annual loss estimated at more ; _' ,
are applicable to Madison i' the volunteers, however much than .$30,000,000. It has become People .\ '

county too, for, in staple crops, they would like to. help, have such a problem that it has.been .1,."_ <'.:...... ', ,','<
'
'
:Madison is like singled out as one of the major .": '
county more their own work to do, and it ." :- ..J"
Georgia! than it is like. penin would be difficult to keep the targets Loss Prevention of National Year in Livestock 1959. -
sula rlonda. The decline in practice up. .Hes des, a regular t- .; ':< _,t--

cotton acreage, and therefore officer, in uniform, would com-' .
in cotton production-although mand more compliance with all t .. "

production per acre .rahasin safety precautions. For *th& t ., -- L -

creased considerably: not brief periods in the morningand ..

because there are fewer people in the afternoon in which r Ii >

in the world or because the presence of the officer I I ------------1 1 I :. f : ; ;.'
:
they do not need to wear would be required, wedo not I df= I. 1 I I :
clothes but is due to the I I .
I I
think the additional expense, if Keep calves in small
group. ... ,
Qed fads Ererrbo/r&Its. Nod a /a AI acct rests r'' .J
fact that the government has any should be an obstacle. Besides _ _bra-duct ipIItiIIp I relpt adze,. I III roes pin I I. ter.ns I ,ro...ped,4 .
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kept production down, and has a regular traffic' light on Really, this is two diseases in I t I I .

held the price up 'in spite of U S 90 at Parraraore street is .t.cteriaLor one calf virus pneumonia scours. Either.and 1=1 I I..et I T B'IW-f I 1 -.l: :,.

better production methods. needed. That may run into :of the two is serious, but when Sales lit to 51 e II Weptleh I 1 1. AIH izeI..mer. I $awe..I west-cosl I .....L.stIt (r '
Consequently other countries State Road Department 'regulatipns :: 'the .calf contracts both, the con- S pllouia"rec*'"' I ..4000.an I last IoIt&w I ,casorin ttiab.Os.as t.. ..<"
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have grown more cotton,. or ; but, even so, it is sequences can be disastrous. _. '>. j" J
Under confinement, calves are
industries have shifted '. f -- \
more, to needed. : ::
;
i. more likely to pick up the disease .... '
I
Bui/r for. '
other fibers. That runs true viruses and bacteria from \ .
'
in other things too when theyare ontaminated air !and bedding.The SeningsTrSWiiUI : -
priced out of the market; .Could Never ForgiveThe best way to. check pneu- .._' 1i ;
monia-enteritis losses is to have -
: '
fuel oil and natural instead papers continue full of gas treatment started when first
....
of coal, synthetic nitrates -, the explosive Berlin situation, ymptoms appear.Symptoms may .55"T kr

instead of the old stand and well they may, for whileit include fever, loss of appetite, 1
scouring coughing rapid breathIng 55 -
by Chilean nitrate;- mimeographing appears that neither side
and gauntaess. Scouring may. 1 !
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instead of regular! actually wants-war-or, to be begin before pneumonia symp-' >{ : :, .

printing, oleo instead of butter,':,I precise, that the majority on Ipms appear. The owner may ,.;., ".
presenting and paying ,bills in: each -side does not want war- mistake such scouring for simple tamer. '
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: is much danger of lietary scours, when it may i
person where practicable in there so
actually mark the onset of this
stead of paying the\;higher. some untoward incident's set fatal pneumonia-enteritis prob coak c Jd.f 1 ... tJ '
postage, and so on.'\\!* : ting off a'conflict. It would lem. So, when symptoms appear,. ::.:=:. ...-t
: ." be true to 'tt'is wise to have a veterinarian "
; not necessarily say .
to make ; MOSr BEAlIDRUlY PROPOIa1ONED CARS _,. snake diagnosis, sure
WiD Be Good that everything will come out i which a condition; exists errs THE snVA&ftrHoronASH! CONTEST..sa! YOU LOCAL FORD DEAIEK FOX DETA&S"
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all right, although we fervently
It is best to isolate sick calves
We well remember .the. .time hope. so and _rather believe! and c place them in dry, well- .

when Madison claimed to have that hostilities will be avoided: ventilated quarters. If treatments T

the largest Sea Island cotton However, the situation is high-. begun promptly, the chances
af the calves recovering *are
ginnery in the world and when ly dangerous. We have hope improved considerably. One,item S "

five and six thousand: dales that Prime Minister Macmillan, )J1 the plus side is that ,calves .

of cotton a year in the county 'who, cannot at present_be said which < recover usually. '.4o' carry.fifeloajt 'ff. *i, : c.- Base & Hancock S Madison, Ha.If .,

':\\88th\: rule Jackson'. ', county." to =have had much success on jsamuaity. -You're Interested i* an A-I USED Gar-Be Sure:t*- See Your Ford Dealer
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FRIDAY MARCH 13th, 1959 t-mEr 'MADISON !";.\ .jl.' :. ..
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I' COUNTY COURT > 1'-1.-

Don Melton, speeding; $25 ox. . . . .'. . .. .
So
popular they must be repeated! thirty days. .f'-" -.. w.
Murray E Jones, speeding fc $25' 01 '., ;:
SUNDAY SPECIAlS! thirty days. "n "t{ :
Rupert Wayne Gladden; ;; speeding WATERMELON SEED ,
$25 or thirty days -. r-i,. ,
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Chicken Dinner $1.00 MINIMUM PEANUT SUPPORT SET, .f WE HAVE LAURENCE ROBINSON & SONS CERTIFIED ; __

1 SIRLOIN TIP ROAST. BEER. .... The price of the 1959 peanut, CHARLESTON GREY AND CONGO WATERMELON v SEEDS.: -'f1fI.' <

$1.25 \ crop. will be supported at a minimum ...':t'il! .
national rate of RED BLISS CERTIFIED SEED IRISH POTATOES :.! :
average
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Jl Davis "
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1 o NOTICE '--': Including- Salad Drink., $193.50 per ton. Chairman JohnCone GEORGIA RED SEED SWEET POTATOES ',i "

mAL ESTATE BROKERAGE: and Vegetables of. the County Agricultural 'I' ;.
S ACREAGE FARMS cK'om Stabilization and. Conservation Committee FRESH GARDEN SEED AND SEED PEANUTS : :v Y .. 1

1 BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL If you hare timber for sale, _, JL\NC has announced. .-Lard. Cans, Wire Fencing, Fresh Grapefruit,. Oranges" ;.
ESTATES RESIDENTIAL can or write Vegetables and Groceries, "'" .;
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At the Times Square Corner "
J.OANS-ABSTRACl'S: APPRAISALSMORTGAGEI OF TITLE W. C. SULLIVAN of Madison ,- For Sale .

'112 TITLE West INSURANCE Base Street Phone HU S-667S, Mac>iso h Fla. AAA Second hand heavy-duty .. J. L SDRLES & SONS <" .

l MADISON FLORIDA 142tctOPPORTUNITY : FIRE restaurant equipment: ranges :

Phone HU 3.277 EVERYONE'S PREVENTION BUSINESS IS and deep fat fryers.WCCopelandJr.. 108 S. Ho try, Phone HU 3-2395 Madison, FloridaU"O:: __

:FOR SALE: Three bedroom modern, '
house at Cherry Lake. Contact According to Constable Albert I . .. . . B .'B .J .
HORACE WEAVER at HU 3-2221 Sistrunk&Lawton Burnett, chairman
Madison. Fla. 26-tf-ch of the Madison County' Fire Pre

BEFORE SELLING your timberor For ambitious men vention Committee, Fire Preventionis Sbodnd6r Qcs-test ob ggK's9 cars? i

> timber land, please see me. Ware e ages 17 to 50, from Everyone's Business. 1 1r S :
also interested in buying a Sistrunk and Burnett- said that we
limited amount of pine-hardwood North must be constantly on the alertto
pulpwood delivered by truck t u Florida area, in Industrial prevent fires and minimize i .",6.-

'Foley, Fla. or loaded on R R cars Electronicsand damage to our forest resources in

:gee, write or call GIBSON Guided Missile the event of a wild fire. 4 ...... Even better economy for '591! !
L. P.
FieldNo They pointed out that wild': fires
Florida"Phone
Rt. 3, Madison.
: Cherry Lake 8363 are destructive and are becoming
previous experience needed. dependent upon the forest as a
FOR: SALE: Coastal Bermuda and I Must be willing to spend one means of livelihood;
B E R N hour a day, four
Peavine Hay. H ILL days a week
Since March Is a, month of high a. ,
ZIPPERER. Pinetta, Fla. on short, practical 'Industrial
27.2tcFOR h training using actual 'equiPment winds they urge you to be particularly

under the guidance of our engi careful with fire. When burning
SALE: 50 tons of top grade neers. Arrangements will be trash fields or woods they
peavine hay baled in 1958. REAL made for those accepted so that urge you to contact your County
CHEAP. Call HU 3-2246, Math training Will not Interfere with Ranger, Vernar Webb. He knows
son, Florida 27-2t-ch present employment. ''Positions the weather conditions and can advise

FOR RENT for which this training will on when and hoW '.to bum.
QUalify you currently pay from Burnett out that Madison
pointed
FREE touch-typing course wievcry tb] $90 to $140 per week. If you
SMITH-CORONA portable: have a sincere desire to better County is enjoying' the fewest

typewriter at The ER.POR yourself with a steady Job and fires this' season in its history- He Switch to Rambler'59...you can save hunNew 100-inch whe.H>M.'RAMBLER AMERICAN i
houseMerry income we will be glad to discuss also said that the fire season is: dreds of dollars on first cost. Get even more STATION WAGON .I
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RENT Two-bedroom
: these opportunities with not over and in order to keep our miles per.gallon. Highest resale. Easiest to Sow Ssoo.oo..1Ird all
at Lake. Sleeping porch you. No obligation for strictly good record we must continue to park. Try individual sectional sofa front =s'C .
us. w. w. ww
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.and breezeway. ART or IRMA confidential interview with our burn with caution. seats. Go Rambler 6 or V-8. : .., ....=. .

SCHMIDT phone Cherry Lake bonded personnel man. .. .. .. ...'..-. -I.'..1.-.
8296. 20( -tf-c h We are now open all day .. ..rs.Aa: : ___. -
Please write
TOR RENT. : Two-bedroom apartment TRONICS LABORATORIES UNITED' ELEo., Thursdays and close HOWERTON at 1 p: m. ._ ..Vickers. Implement Co., Inc., 317 S. Range StSPIECLAI K
U S Box Saturday. >
with two baths on 570, c-o EnterpriseBeCorder on '

90. Recently remodeled. Phone ,. giving age, address, SUPPLY. ,CO. : !{ .5
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HU 3-C648. MISS LEILA M. working hours at present; also
GIBSON. 6-tf-ch phone number if you 'can be '.4i/l"" "

reached by phone. ", ;'. d.. .. .

FOR RENT: Garage apt, one small ." .1
, apt. 5 room house all unfurn uu ,

ished. MRS. J J NEWMAN, HELP WANTED, FEMALE \, ,:"

Phone 2523 Madison. 25-tf-ch ARE' YOU THE TEACHER WE'RE. ;<;X : i ,.

WANTED LOOKING FORt 'i ," "
'WANTED Contact man for JIM Ambitious teacher or guidance ;

WALTER I CORPORATION. Excellent counselor may qualify'for this professional .

pay and good opportunity advisory program. You .., l
can earn $1,000 to $1,500 this : : ,
for service station owner, ,
summer. No formal teaching involved .41
storekeeper, or retired man. -
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Write or call- but skills utilized and re ,
: JIM WALTER CORP. warded. Write in confidence giving \ ** '
: Box 1203 Phone CH 2-0391 age, qualifications phone numberto '" LJ'JI V ; \ .. -.-- S
VALDOSTA. GA. R R PAGE, 'Mgr. 1143 Mary St. :.- ;:.f'
26-2t-ch Jax 7, Florida. 27 2t-ch ,:, muc ; {,J; '_ 1' 'StJ : 1
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One 3-bedroom house for sale ; I'Y ; ,
In Hal Stoy Sub-divlslbn. :.on, pavement ,. 14' :; \
near Rutherford's store. Nice JOHN : .. : :< : J
bath large rooms, inside city. W. WADS WORTH f :: : i

Available soon. Only $7500. .., ..... .
Nice 1% bath country home on Registered "

paved road. 5 miles out, on,2 -acre. Surveyor .. t
tract. Phone HU 3-2372, :
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BROADUS Realtor WILLOUGHBY' : MADISON, FLORIDA e'ApproachingMarriage. s : ,, :-.


b Phone HU 3-6481 'fit

Waitress Wanted with experience. ; IL ;' ; .

Country Kitchen. Madison, Fla., "
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', your grinding 'and mix-: Mr and Mrs' Laurie M. Bevis of > ;>atfefartioitOR: : '
Cross City have 4 4uavanteeb'i.
announced the .
ing on your farm, call WEST t. i :
approaching .
marriage of
their ...: ,
END ',MILLING COMPANY, daughter Ruth Marilyn,. $o Hunter ,.,n.;..:< YOUR MONEY BACKI .. .. :J
Quitman, Ga. Call phone 4971 S McClure of Tampa, -son of Mr ;" 11 'r .r .j
and Mrs Hunter F McClure of Y.., we',. so sure the ': ,>.'. _.",:
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contact Mr woman In :
collect, or Henry JOUr Iifw win .. tickled t H,r
Fellsmere. k Qf "s'1octric pink with her tl......... .abo ,1; ", ,j
Messer, Madison, Fla., Office The wedding .wfll .>solemnized .. .. o/ryor'tI.at-an-lag this big. g.aromh.--If s1.s not ce+etr.y.ofls iW. ; .
phone HU 3-6144. 2 -tff h at 4 p. m. Palm Sunday, Ma.rd\.22- ,wi rfvnd da.ntlr............puke of the dryer. r r ; .-i'J"
In the Baptist church at Cross City; a .. ", .')to ,

Miss' Bevis' received her B S degree : Jti S./N,, fIN thew oI ctric ""on of 5, ,.qr: .J
from 1 ,, t YW' elpplioma oIeaIoo' ..... ... '
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Florida State University. CIIfOdryK NOW.... .
WANTED:: Curb',girl and Mr McClure received his engineerIng .w. '' take .......;',.... of this ...,...... effor." -'. "".,' ,
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degree from the I" "
University of '<
;Florida and at present is ,serving in "or.' : S ,
waitress. WHITE TOP the Army.EASTER "!
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SEALS
HELP '
DRIVE-IN. ; ,
CRIPPLED CHILDREN A ADULTS ; "
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Easter Seals have been. Wd and
buys installs a now 24U-volt electric clothes between f.
HELP WANTED. MALEHELP through 'the ma& by .reddent .of .
Madison l3oanty ands .. February 1 and "11031, 1959, ,
US FIND THIS TEACHER .evexyobe." Is : ... notifies us teithinihtrty rr
Please pass this ad on to some asked to mail a contribution to ,(30) days after'date of installation that he is not ,
man, teacher or principal who is Easter Seal Society of the Capital : > f ,completely
Area" in Tallahassee: Fla. r,,- HO' satisfied with the dryer and does not want t ,f
ambitious to earn at least $1,000 4 to keep it, we:will .r.
this summer. This vacation position The special goal this year is toJI.Ise .. 011 receipt of title release of the '
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dryer r
will the tight teacher :: enough money to hire an 6. ;. p.1'j "" atange. to hex ? :
pay .. y ; ..
___ mooed and the -
3LJOOO: to $1 00 depending on additional therapistwrho win operate +!G\ t r i s purchase price E u ukJ. :rrf
ability and length of. vacation He a mobile therapy unit bringing care ...." "_ _
must have good record. good work and.treatment to those patients- who ". .. r4 : .
habits, erffflte character. Also, hare difficulty; in traveling << .
an opportunity for permanent 5 Contributioas to 'help crippled r:.:. : :: .: .,::.a. .:.:: arv.r r. r,.:;.. {:frr...,. ., ;r..}. ,
children adults : y' } : a ::%.rt.:'. ::':':'r..ti.: : ,{
-aDd will
also .be
figure management position;!. Write f,
in confidence: giving*.ag* education' received by Mrs B1em-tcra=B. : ,-
and local Easter Seal chairman at the : 5 S .5
phone number, subjects taught S
extracurricular activities 'toR R Daylight Department Store ,:. 5 FL.RIM 1 P4lWE n CUHr .uliNm
Page; Mgr. 1143 Mary Street. laX ; :
7, Florida 2T-2t-ch 111" "''''''''''''''''''''' : S 5\)
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lIVE STOCK AUCTION ,f'

SELL your cattle and boss fax oar 30c ; S'p ,
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auction each Monday. Sales start at : .L'7 1 :
1:00.. MONTICELLO' STOCKYARDS WHITE TOP DRIVE-IN. &
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, ii1n19QJ't3 rlz91': ,,gr 'ns3 '1iTI1 ,zu.3 hit_L_saoa.u ad' 'J.r.hn:." )t ..

:...:....,.,. ",.,\ A .Q'OO."S,, V. -- ---- -- Phone .CH 2-7355 .
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LAKE METHODIST _
j SUNDAY PROGRAM
MOSELEY HALL BAPTIST SCHEDULE YALDQSTA?GA.

URCH WM.AF. : : IN-WOOD

A preaching sere eTat' A Pastori : !'Jo A. M Gospel: Music Pepd-Qots ..

and 3rd. Sundays 11.2ird S. R Sapp Chairman Board of : 'l:5, -. News > <; DoW1nC Coa>pank
3PeiflOBf3 TrtoH 361 : 8:0< R1 171. _.
'4thn5 lo-fl bCavnday \t Baptist Hour
3Uly Bailey BTU Director .Keep ,warm with Sini .
School 1st & 3rdt : 8:30 Gospel Music 1'1,
Leroy Cruce __ Assodater Director 900 Revival -
: Time .
4S R Llitd4 trIta P! >i :'1j:3ft For Sale -
Gospel Concert clair fud oil CaD
__._ Song Leader L ; News i 3
Sundays 11:00 a. nt i. About 12 good secondhandgas
om'W'"t .
Prayer otrp ee 1< Mondays 9:30 a. m. to. Worship: HU 3-2277
rship ... 1 11:00 hand' table
Kdweek Prayer Service 7:30 p. m. Morning Worship t top electric. hot

Tamily JJight covered I t2:001'. ,:.** News water heater at giv w:i
I&:15 pa Afternoon P. JOHNSON
; Melodies JL
suppe on }'
before |1Brotherh S .g 2jrr i>News
without 01 lPPtv. Afternoon Melodies' MADISON, FLORIDA price.W :
wi3rd meets elY t Regardless fcf youri04V : 1:30 Egernoon Melodies L C Copeland Jr.
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n 006 hether, cotton Miss Bennie Wilder returned
| ; :40 eze03de In Blue .
esda ,
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atWoman's
"" :00 )4 m,4: Decision Beach where she had spent, the !
tmoF winter with her sister Mrs J N ( A. A. h.
By
Service 123 ousical Sunday Murphy) .
2'.55 N 's Jackson. She was accompanied back With ,the adverse weather, cold

. ter 1 P'at ,, 4OOo:: ':7"Mi&ical SundayEttFitnde by Mrs Jackson who will visit her and rain since the start of the year
F o r' r ad : which has delayed all
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JAMESORVIS
J! ,; ..1fOO /"Yd"/ here.New work some. timber owners in this

-,445 et.'Y" Newi tl i<)f) and Used Type area had made plans to cup their

FIRSG ; !!!).. f ."'., ,.MHJC.{A* Sundown timber and have asked the question
r30i WeatherPROGRAMi .' "Is it too late to cup now?" The
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Sunday G ''SUBJECT'TO. Those who still wish to obtain

Eorniog A Paptist : ; ; ::?} (J>n// "S5) .;,'. [.1'*(\;(l(i 'I-,- cup timber well into April. In

Evening !. [ 'j ."\q ',. I ;!J;' (1.-t "J ,1'... ; .. previoos years some have cupped
Georgia
Prayer LCeting Wed. 7i30 P. M at 70O prompt. i '" virgin faces .In May but this .is.

r .' .WQn aa's.SocIety rioi a (L1ratiul ; \ ] I ,D iljYi': S ti f1 1e GLASS rather late.
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HANSON METH H3T+HURCH Mondayit nghttit In cupping timber at this time of
"ft, 1..1 "'j ,-, hI ttf; ; :' '
i-Ir _- Ghrit .s4 t rft3Ofl I +I 9Yt I ,1'1" 1'.1' the 'season, some caution should be
; !'gt 4i. ,rfCrtrts; ;)11 try"J... :,'1 ,
Breaching Se S' hltErrld ; o llPa Y { exercised in smoothing down of the
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and Th $fc third Tuesdiy* YOURIDIAL. ; : bark as the bark' is more prone to.
"""kW7tTP:' M each month at 7:30,4. ., 6:00 AM.Sign -OivR slip off and expose the wood.

Sunday School every Sunday How about ItT Won't you wor- t I'tdz irisi. PMin 'Hr.- i// /GLASS BLOCK It is too late in the season to In-

10:3.: < A with, us? ,1 I fi??S1 J )aWQd4 &uS iNm1 t x v MIRRORS stall cups and tins by the old
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Family Night Saturday before9 I'LK' WII S .J i .st i/Hft7.Fa .H method of inserting tins into the

E v "__Snndftv___fi_fK)_.P.M.EV.D3 _. 0 i rW \ 1 I 215 W. Savannah Ave. tree with a broad axe incision. In
ar (M :. f.Phone: CHERRY 2-5285, fact, any time is too late to 'use
w 6:55: -World News
-7:00 tL\-:1 I 's'i 1 Valdosta, GeorgiaU3TY the old method.
KdPEWELL BAPTIST CHURCH State News The new type of tack-on tins

Sunday School ....._,. 10:00 A.. M Preaching1st Sun 7:05 Coffee With Ray COURT are a big help to farmers who have
.__ and 3 unlaMt$1 7:45 World News : been delayed with their cupping.To .
Bornuig Worship ., 11:00 A. M. 7:50 .
State News -. t install the new type 'of tins,
Baptist Training Union ,6:30 P. M. ( ---- ,
Evening Worship 7:30 Pe SS 755 Weather News PAst several weeks) smoothing down of the bark Is all
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I 1 8:00 Coffee with Ray that is required and attach: tins .
l1 -week Prayer Service 7:30 P. 11.I ery W. JDaniels. driving while
fSrotherhood' last Thursday Sun'ay _.._....._? 10Methodist 9.-00 Morning Devotions oxicated, $100 bond estreated. with the easily removed double-
: Youth Felb 945 Musical Interlude GaJv5n.iiAlexander, driving while headed nails. "
of each month at 7:30 P. M .
:w.H.U. Second Thursday 2:30 P. M. :0 p. 9:30 Music Unlimited ykatedil $100 bond estreated. To supplement farm income 'a ,

Evelene Kelley Circle ZEB WILLIAMS, P 10.00 News &:/C n\tfahington. drunkenness. farmer can still cup his timber.
BOB SEARCY Sunda J0:05 Music 'Unlimited For .on-the-ground advice the
3rd Thursday 2:30 P. M. a dutcsistingltrrest. $45 fine.
10:30 Music Unlimited Colvin reck- Area Forester will be glad to visit
.T. L. SINGLETARY, S. S. Supt.tLBEItT oii B5a ton ,
KELLEY, B.T.U Director LEE BAPTIST H 1:00 Music Unlimited le 7iirbingJbr4ttO! bond ,estreated. Pour'farm.. '
11:15 Public Service n..h.Ii.Mnr .
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LEWIS D. HUGI EN, Pastor
REV. I. T. U:30 Record Session >erbeirt'rCooper* of Jackson- Mrs S H Moore and Miss Sunny

WELCOME TO Services everySunday ,r 12:00 World NewsNoontime ?vistM1 Oil mother Mrs W H Moore spent Saturday in .Gainesville -
School 12:15 P.M. Notes Mr and Mrs Bill Cave.
HT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH 'Illisa over the week end. visiting
Morning W< a 12:30 Talk Of
The Town
Sunday School ... 10:00 A. M.A.M.+ .
Training Unto r
13 12:40 Uncle Ned Te, Get Job Done
Horning Worship ._ 11:00 Evening W 12:45 State New
Training Union. 6 30 P. M. .
:30 .
Evening Worship 730 P. M, rwe p m.y operation 120 F N In IW(1AWL/: << ? ; to iware that it. fits the needs of your :', "
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Vntyer Meeting ._._.. 7:30 P. M.Sunday. ol :Rh .'
Church Bus g Y' v C URCHiI "': '. t Parade county. But 2bber that to get the job done. there are four.' 5 ::_'.'."'
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funtea tasU ) : .
Wednesdayrotherbood :-1 "' .' .' .F.e >
and astor .let.,"unwanted acres released quickly.; -

Thursday ) "A. M 2:45 o Pub lodies 2. ,Ujra hose vwajo ipg more acres to! apply:, in writing.lsos'tioa ';.
Blenching Sei Morning Worship WA.M. .. 3. Getvthe unwanted acres rea >!'d to growers wbo
>, Come We Us. Training Union 6 : 255 W z to News l III '81 6ffu., MW 1 t.

7 REV. DOZIER rY Eveningh.Worship. 7:30 P. M ; : :; 3:00 3:45 Afte Pub ce Jodie: \.-,4. See'that ''all reapportioned acres are actually planted.
Prayer g'W'; :30 P: M
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Preaching over Radio tzkt rr*?+mr r ;: : : : 4:05 Reqi dA t JeMAllb vsed to urge that unwanted acres be releasedind

Sxmday School :O0 A.. M "And yeahafl: know' 'the truth, 5 Wo News reapportioned to growers who will plant them. The Progressive -

Korning Worship>> 00 A. M. and the truth shall make you Req deS Farmeg i$ still; beAt tiI.7I M -favor ,of production controL But

Baptist Training 0 P. M, __ce--jt flqi'l4I? acreage Os fWd by law and allotted to states and,

Xv" n1:1gVorsh :I IFrayer :00 P. M 3iJiPiNEW 6:00 War y mpsmse tb'dfbffed acres; if we expect to hold tuoacbtlsttteS

Meeting ell : HOME a.j.n.. 6:15 ,t emuAnd w+4mUt hdlg t i?''!t we intend to remain In theecsunties.jive
Wednesday P. M.w. Come WotUip--With U. 655 News ; d GfI1t\r ',,- '.-"t.};}1 '. ,

B. SEALS. S. y.ARTHURCRU tendent 7 Y SignPtOGRAMS >*, oJ
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Sunday 10:00 Farmer
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