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Title: The Madison enterprise-recorder
Alternate title: Madison enterprise recorder
Alternate Title: Enterprise-recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: T.C. Merchant
Place of Publication: Madison Fla
Creation Date: March 18, 1960
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
Coordinates: 30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note: Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
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LARGE LIST OF COUNTY. CANDIDATES -, entered the race for Constable 5th;
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S tt | District In his announcement which
I appears .elsewhere In this issue Mr
1 j Clerk of the Circuit Court DaleLeslie Bishop states he feels he is qualified r

\t, tA I ; County Superinten4enl f! to serve the people, based on
t t r Griffin Bishop, and County Prose f.his. previous law enforcement ex. R
.. cuting Attorney Ernest Page were perience with the Town of Greenville -
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unopposed for re-election when and pledge fair, faithful .
qualification time tor county offi impartial .and honest administration

,," ;; cats ended Tuesday at noon. of the law, if elected.. f I
Other Court House officials have t .
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challengers as do the County Com SMALL BUSINESS INSTITUTE LEADERS Photographed
I imissioncrs and School Board Mcm- Lake News
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bets whose terms ire expiring at-a recent planning meeting for the Small
k' ( TheCounty Suveyor Judge of Business Institute were RICHARD BROCKMAN, BUFORD '

.. t the Small Claims .Court and most SELMAN. NFJC PRESIDENT MARSHALL HAMILTON ..
, r of the Justice of the Peace places: Mrs Lois Reaves is recuperating and WAYNE WEGER front row; rear row, BROADUS
Bill Mack Hendry quaUfied'thb Syr -- are unopposed a't her home. this'week from having' WILLOUGHBY, MR BOYCE of Small! Business Administration ( -

week as a candidate for the office Mrs Alice Williams, present Judge surgery Madison last week ; AL HOF, :LANDER, Director of the Institute .',
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,of Sheriff, Mr Hendry was born :(I,TMY" Jtfc'LLOW CITIZENS OF of the Small\ Claims Court, did not Mrs Sam Sale underwent. surgeryIn Viand ..H9Jt 9 F W1LLIA1\n$. (Official"E-R Photo),*-
Jvovett Fla 28, 1916. MADISON COUNTYtH .
June IJc :re seek reflection, Quitman Tq *da& .. -'
ul\'f d his education In the public is with a deep sense of humbkness Candidates' without
'1 schools 'Madison Count He is and gratitude that I am anne.mcing M aptotna, yiy pppasiUon.jirenominated; awT. their _>. .... I I m J1\' ITFJie'V6telS': Letchworth In Race; .

f .. ..... married! to,the fnrmrr,Mtot...if nnrtr 'for- re-election as names not Appear 'on* they prE 10.present and one .. .... ...
WelicFof Kadison..,They have, one, Stabs Hofwenutlve. In \hj,k pi,(: mary .. t.. .1- ntr. Mr Wiley ,SIrmoa Maison" CttmI << 'For Const a -- '} ..
c have of the-.ro.t<< "H*. NIGHT .... ,
daughter Lynda, who Is 13 years! been mindful: of Th f ulClbt .of. county.candidate... J' .
: of age. They are 'l1at>>Usts. II' truly representing: -our county end I b as follow Eighty or sort persons attended" ...... .. if'- .: -
! Hendry is engaged I ta tfee) used I shall continue to render to and I Representative. A 1. (Rooster) eye Night at Cherry Lake Baptist 'Tb')ths volera of tfii *& ,Constable
car business on South Ranee- Sweet for you courteous land efficient I Leggett Jr. GeOrge W JeweU Jr, Church Monday night; with Before: making your decision, District of Madigm .;-v--

He is a veteran ,of World, War 11feaYing service .always f/ I and Otis R Petvy. -- Horace Weaver in charge IRgh- think ,ot He.i He'll thank lOt) Florida: County. >.
served. 96 months of combat ConttaU County Judge..,Curtis JD Earp and N the '
rOTIS light for the program "M alWays and treat you ri bt. ladies :and GenUemetvt
in sad R. EAVY re slut
duty Europe : was
Flflsrers
Edwin L. (Eddie) ; ,
awarded seven battle, stew" and (Paid -Political; Advt).I Clerk of OrcuU' Court. Dale )I F Assodational Speaker 'Tournament J. Lie) Hnttt appreciate the wonderful supportthat
and Sword DrilL Curtis Koon
the Good Conduct $eM!., He was Leslie. you gave me when I. was
honorably discharge HOFFLANDER iu ponT3UTSANDIIv'G j Stern BiD Mack Hendry. andS of NFJC was chosen; to_represent FOR TAX COLLECTOR elected your Constable in' 1936;

Hendry stated: 1 would .We to SPEAKERS FOR H (Sknmie) Moore. the Middle FotldaAssoclation la (Paid Political Met) 19.ta and 1944. I did not run 'forreelection
express my appreciation to my BUSINESS INSTITUTE Tax Collector. J I (Ike) Hutto. the Speaker Tournament in Perry in 1943.; Since that time'
many friends whose encouragement and Pat Mffliaor.Tax in April .
and confidence shown in me has .f_ Assessor Angus H Armstrong In the Sword trill directed by>> Feature Articles 1 have had the pleasure of servinr ,
helped me make iMs I isapirtom 'decision. and! Henry J Dickinson. ne1ti1 the Town of Greenville as Mayor
Miss Bowen of Tallahassee,
It eteefel.,ro..*'?,".ptiige Is for The speakers for /the North Superintendent of Public IAItnacUo for two terms and also two termsas
impartial honest efficient, ce rt-'Florida JunioreCbuc=e' Small Griffin BJshop.Supen1.sor Smith was first and Sharon Wilder The E-R is publishing two feature .f ,a member of the City Council.
eous law enforcement. Please join Business Institute have been an* of Registration. Mrs runner up. All three attend the articles this week on Third For the confidence placed in me by

me in this campaign .for a better, nounced by AI Hofflander, Direc Lucy Gardner Arthur E Ragans, First Baptist Church In Madison Judicial Circuit Judge Candidates, you the good people of Greenville

Madison County in which."to live tor of the Institute: i and W B (Bailey) Wynn I and will represent Middle Florida Judge Hal W Adams and A K and District No 5 I will always be

and rear our children." Dr Robert C Earnest, Head of I County Prosecuting Attorney.. at the next Tournament and Drill Black The third candidate, S S very grateful I feel that my past
(Paid Political Adrt) Ernest M Page Jr. at Perry in April. ''
the Florida State University! Finance Smith will be featured next week. experience as a law enforcement
County Surveyor. John W Wads-: Special music by Nelda Weaver
Dept, Consultant to the I officer qualifies me to perform the
Page tatted N Majir National Association of Retail I. District I I II and&ary, Jean Franklin. Mrs duties of Constable. Therefore, X
County Commissioner. THANK YOU
Weaver In charge of singing.
r .,.. Grocers, will speak on Financing One. Marvin E Bass and WIlbur G' am asking you good people to elect
Problems of a small business. Dr I i I I Rutherford I'I'I dyatteville Baptist Church had me your Constable of the 5th

E M Page. :;. of Madison wis Warren Natldri, *an authority onmerchandisins I I I County Commissioner, District i 3 participants in the Sword Drill I appreciate-greatly your re- Constable District of Madison
recently promoted to Major in the Mr John I Three. Lamar Andrews. Grover C:for later training. They were Elmer
problems
: J nominating me to the office of I(I County for the next tour years. If
Air Reserve. Judge
General's Force Department Advocaje Ewing, a consultant in the area of II Cone, and WUborn T Davis, I Wilson Mike Amsden and I! Superintendent of Madison County 1 I elected ,I pledge you good clean
( human and public relations, will County Commissioner, District i Peggy Calhoun. 15 visitors from Schools for the next four years honest law ehforferrient. My motto -

.. Mrs Ma ryaccepted Ann Baumgartner has speak on the subject of Human{,I Five. Cary Phillips, Coleman Richardson .I' there were present without opposition. is to do unto others as I would
and F T (Tebo) Webb.Judge Study Course Mar 20- With gratitude and humility I
Baptist I "
a position at the Florida Relations in your Business. Dr have them do unto me. .
Small Calms
of
BankThe Richard Baker will speak on Advertising Court 2S PTA meets Thursday March accept this honor from the people Your true friend. "."f
F Butch
D ( ) Favors.
and look forward
of Madison County
and Salesmanship :Mr School Board Member District 17th at Cherry Lake School. I to working with you. I M S (MIKE) LETCHWORTH <

Baker, has done __work along; these j Two.. R W (Bob) Milner and R R Sincerely. i (Paid political adVt).
ReriKrKIti e lines for a numbW of New York Dugan. JfWIf W0BKD i GRIFFIN BISHOP
firms. A representative of the School Board Member District I: Mr and Mrs Shelton Stalnaker
i 0 Cook Sr of Beaumont, and three children of Clearwater'
registration books for ti+eMay Florida Consumer Finance Association Four. W B (Billy) Bailey and S Mrs 3
for severaldays' last week end with Mr and
Miss
came Monday a spent
R
and Sapp. The Madison Junior Woman's
1960, primary election win will speak onCredit f
visit with Mr and Mrs Mrs Jim Bunting and Mr and Mrs
Justice of the Peace District.
be open every day in the office; Collections. One other speaker Is club met Monday at the Woman'sclub.
., One Tony Na x it Graham Wheeler & Mr and Mrs J John Henry Plant in Madison also
of the Supervisor of ,Registration, yet to be announced.. ;> I Justice of the Peace, District Hostesses were Mrs Wayne!j fI O Cooke Jr and their families Mrs \1M Oglesby in Greenville
chairman Mrs W S .
through February, and Weger, ;
January "' --- -- -- -, .
I The number of participants is -- -
Two. Clyde Walker. --
March Jr and Mrs Waring
If you registered in 1966 or I limited to about twenty:of twenty Justice of the Peace District. I Mr Moorman from the Cooper//

since you are OK ,for vottag and lh'e."IbIs is done to 2 Callow time ,Tbrei: Roy M Smith. Forest Service in .
do not have to re-r egtaber. for questions. The first session win Justice of the Peace, District an interesting talk on the x,
ARTHUR E.' RAGANS be held Tuesday April 5,,.,at 7:3O Fire James Harrell and A L (Rooster i.vation of our Pine Forests and t

Supervisor Regtetratlen.19Tfcra pnx The Institute Will run for;1 ) Leggett Sr. presented a film, "Birth of the r 'i
Justice of the District i "
JchPvegistratiwi f fS -<* even weeks EIntetUte Peace Southern Pine. Mr Robert West
Eight: R J (Jack) Woodward. Director of the Easter Seal Therapy
,
in participating should contact Al '
MsDM Constable. District One. WayneBurnett Center, discussed the work of the! Itia
Hofflander at the North Florida. and J W (Bill) Smith. unit and plans were made for the*: ,
A Junior College Office. Constable. District Two. Gene
Easter Seal DriDr Charles It d
() Tuesday Klfe Clark and Albert E Fralcigh. Mattes.. Health Officer of Madison 0
I Constable District Three. W C and Taylor Counties Mr Vernal

q &!ror and Arthur Williams .Webb. of. the Madison County i j .
The Registration* books ww.re ;D ..Walter: Constable District Five J T>
; .. Forestry Service Mrs Hrern Kramer "
Opened for -registration ?ech, !iprel= .... .,r_"_ .. ? Jfc ? .. io Bop, M S (Mike) Lejckworth. and Mrs Hugh Curry 'were also i fi 'r J ,
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star right from 7 to' Its the l If. .... ..",....' and Albert Sistrunlc:; i '. visitors."MAH. r
; tfice' or l"Oration. ,elf "' ., ..... .. 1/ .. 4. Constable District .Eight Jesse L .
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Ievek and .... < .. ,
Robert D Walker
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,,',.'":.; ': .t ,I3oDlq' dose 'April 2. ..-, 'ii8. f ay LOCAL GIRL ELECTEDf-TONI JEAN WELLS of
for: absentee ballot for May 3 prinafy Robert D Walker has tossed his NFJCr second from left in rear row, was recently elected

: can V made AFTHt 'M*...* bat into the race for Constable of ALL COTTON PICKERS FRENDS IF r ALL SEND Secretary of the Florida Junior College Press Association. 1

15, and must be made before April the 8th District (Pinetta). In hisannouncement Yslefwr Texas Rt! ME TO WASHINGTON, I'LL MAKE Others in the group are seated. Vicki Van Pelt, V-P, Palm. -

28 and absentee ballet __ be in elsewhere In this EVERY DAY PAYOLA DAY" o Beach Junior College; Ted Helms, President, Chipola

the office by S pm'"y 2, the ISM*. Mr Walker pledged to beas Listen to him on WMAF says TEXAS BOB In his famouscampa1 Junior College: standing, Pat Conrad 2nd V P, Orlando

day before the first 'prima*?. *U 24 hours a day and render FRL .MAR. 18. 955 AM. 251 PM n speech on The Western Junior College Miss Wells Madison: Rosemary Simpi.

: AnTHUR ERAGANi fsfr .*.. hnpartial law enforce- SAT. MAR 19. 830 AM 4:00 PM Theatre over WMAF daily. Call execative secretary, Daytona Beach Junior College; and
(Unpaid Political Ad HU S333' for EXACT TIME this
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Supervisor of ?Jhit rtrMl".rf ". -"t!atlrvlce to ie people of the 1 ; EXCITING EPISODE Is on hEARIt 1It..6.Na "\ Crosby treasurer, Daytona Beach: Junior College.

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CAGE TWO THE EfTERPRlS&REC&BDER, MADISON. FLORIDA FRIDAY MARCH,.-18th.KCMKI ... 196a I

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attracting" the most interest "
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but there are many other contests ,'. I
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Published Weekly Subscription $3.76 Per Year In Advance, Great Mefct c..ty by'r
Delayed Renewals $4.00 Per Year
Gikhrist county, with an : VVV'
Advertising Rates Hade Known on Application area about half that of our gddesjj
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Entered at the Mo ft*on Post Office as tecond-dass matter June county and a population abouta V

eg. 1908 under Act of March 8, 1879. fifth as great, was formed V .

OWNERS. : T. C. MBBCKAXT, T. C. MERCHANT JR." in 1925 from the western portion ?;
of Alachua I
and
,,*, AM ASSOCIATES county
named for former Governor Al-

7 'MADISON K (bltD.it, ESTABLISHED 1865 .,r bert W Gikhrist At first it V

\. NEW ENTERPRISE. ESTABLISHED 1901 .*,: .*to can intended to call the new -. Ini l sensational! torso bra '

," .. CONSOLIDATED- JUNE 25, 1908 county Melon in recognition of that has ever iI ng! Front- : .

T. C. MERCHANT: Editor aM Pabiieix the vast number of watermelons hooted for easy donning...

T. C. MERCHANT JIL, Jbaaffac Bfiter grown In the county, gives you superb figurecontrol

MRS.A. W. TANK, City Site but we believe it was the suggestion FuB I shell contour

MRS. W. E. WILSON, Advertising Manner.Hardsisp of the late Senator ups malt perfect bustlinewfrh ,

_. .. Hodges of Tallahassee that the
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since a low, low back for
pR10 dread over Christendom new county honor the former V
sports or party going.
CoastantiBOple had fallen only .
47i0t Governor, and so it was named

three years earlier and the GOchrist General agriculture .Wh .. 32-36, 320 B & C,cups '

N r Turks were threatening the rest and the lumber industry comprise In coHon 1741 or nylon taffeta, 744 =t .

G of Europe, and to the Ave Maria 7 f the county's principal In cotton ft742 with ftsKtad (drop) back $8.95

was added the prayer: "Lord ; sources of income. Though its

save us from the devil the I area is small, the county is one

Turk, and the comet. A great I j'tof the largest'watermelon grow. Only $7.95

Bef ire comet appeared just before the II log counties in the state. Other > r t

War Between. the States, and I I crops include cucumbers, okra, Ali available tn IcojHne. model at $5.00 ..-' I

Acl eye_ we recall having heard old: peppers, corn, peanuts, velvet

Uncle Mose-how different it i beans, tobacco, and sweet po
If these lines had been writ- was then from these days of tatoes. The raising of hogs BREEDEN'S. :

ten at the usual time, we would lunch counter sit-downs-say! represents the largest single .,

have said that it was a pretty that he remembered his mas source of income in the county. FASHION GIFT SHOP \ I

day, for :Monday was wonderful ter's looking up at the comet I Cattle raising is important Located In the Setzer Shopping Center -
albeit rather cool in the and saying that they were in There
are large stands of pine
(Tuesday) I Madison, Florida Phone: HU 3-68SO ,
early morning; now for troublesome times. And and cypress in the county, and .
it is raining fcgain, to keep up! even as late as 1910-and we mineral include:- I CANDIDATES Rent an adding Giant Jumbo Hamburgers in
: : resources limestone
For The Best QualityReUpholstering machine
March's record of wintry: to total promises of sup-
this knew better of course-when C-in bun 40c.WHITE .
phosphate and peat port from the deer peepuL THE E-R.
weather. For the first thirteen -|I
Bailey's comet appeared again Fresh-water fishing is excellent TOP DRIVE-IN

days of this month we and King Edward VII ,of Great and abundant. Next week, CARD OF 1IJANKSI

have, had six or seven mornings -I Britain died, at least one of Glades county. at the most reasonable prices CARD OF TIlANKS

of ice, and we ,have an t our' daily papers, quoted, the "-, ANYWHERE, wish to thank the doctors and

idea that some people saw ice'lines from Shakespeare 1' Call or Write.MRS. nurses at the local hospital for -
Monday morning since our 1 "When beggars die; there' are no A. K. BLACK FOR .....o.- their kind attention and care of Words cannot express my gratitude -
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thermometer, where it is. located comets seen; ,** CIRCUIt JUDGE, .;. C. M. PLANT me in my recent serious illness andoperation and thanks to my precious
tipee "The heavens themselvesf' blaze ;THIUDt: CtJl't :. ; I also want to express neighbors and friends during my
to 35 (only
dropped
forth the death of prints., I To' the dttrenr"tof the"" Third '415. & Horry ,1t..Di'adlsbra: my heartfelt appreciation .to,.**my/recent illness,and for. Dr King's
abow. .
freezing poit. ) ,
degrees r' .Judicial Circuit of ",Florida: _' phone HV 3-6650 r many''friends for all the,, lovely fatthfulness.. tIay!, God's richest
:We are inclined to get ,impatient I hereby announce my candidacy flowers and cards and especially blessings rest upon: each of you.
".for the spring, especiallyafter Friend if f Beiuty.< for nomination to the Office of Circuit Hours: 9 to 11, 12 to 3:30 for their prayers. I am now con- Mrs II 0 THOMPSON

so many winter days, Judge of the Third Judicial Representing valescing at my home but will
A friend of beauty dlecl the Circuit of Florida, Group 1. I am SOUTHLAND FURNITURE 4
never cease to be appreciative
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that
must remember ,
but we : other day over in Thomasville, well qualified, having practiced law t
your kindness and will" always remember -
with us, it takes all of this to for 30 years, am admitted to practice WHOLESALE:RE UPHOLSTERXNG 0cQRK1
,. t I I Fred Malian of Monticello, who in the U S you in my prayers I
Supreme Court the '
bring on the flowers of spring I' Box 1001 311' S. Forrest St.
st.ve..aWaf literally, millions of Federal Court of Florida and the i Sincerely I
and the great crops of summer,1 dollars worth of plants in Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. I Phone CH 2-4970 Agnes Burnett

,and fall. H i ship often cornea beautifying :Florida's landscape. have prosecuted and defended. I VALDOSTA, GEORGIAALL
before achievement, bitter disappointment I am a Protestant, an ex-service 'nan, Mrs A J Oaks of Tallahassee,
before success, His greatest work of this kind former City Attorney of the City WORKUnconditionally sister of Fred Milder is t in Tallahassee
was beautifying the. highway of Lake City, Florida past President Guaranteed Memorial hospital followinga
long hours of hard work before from,;'Monticello to Tallahassee, of the Lake City Bar Association heart attack.Termites.
things worth while. Indeed,;the and am presently a member
HIGHWAY
but he gave many other plants of the Board of Governors of the PHILOSOPHY
itself is
human race perpetuated Swarming?
away in various other parts of Florida Bar. I was born and raised -
through pain and suffering In Columbia County Florida. and (By Trooper Bib)
: the state, including many of hare Ever hear of a catty wife who CALL s
and sacrifice. spent my entire life In the
those around our North Florida Third Judicial Circuit of Florida. didn't feel like she had a HAT fora BurkeExterminating

._ Junior College, +fcnd had he I married Lassie Goodbrcad, also a husband Call 3-4340 TaUa-
Free Slww native of Columbia Times do change. Thugs wecou1dn't Collect basses
County. All
lived, he doubtless would have afford today become atone Co.
of my schooling has been in the
Many of our best shows are! extended the highway beautification Florida schools. payment burden tomorrow. i -'WORlD! J; R Est
The feller who is only a part Phone 293-J Perry Florida ,
eastward as far as Madison I believe I know problemsand
free, no admission charge, no]j your time good driver may become a full
guarantees by anybody, no I or even to the Suwannee promise if elected to do my time corpse.
best to make able, fair and
you an
offering taken even. Such aI|river or beyond. Mahan loved I considerate judge and I solicit your Some one said the car of todayIs IN PASTURE FLESH
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to entertain friends and vote and four times as exciting as the
show was the one put on by every support.
benzine chariot dro.e.That .
the moon Sunday, even though f fr now and then would have a big A. K BLACK I it Is. buddy grandpaw! And it's forty I The Well Known L and L POLLED

the hour was rather inconvenient party on his nursery groundsat times more deadly.

for most people. Yet Monticello attended by persons Thank Y flU Yes, Martha, there is some good SHORTHORN HERD
I' I' to the saying that it's better to I
: for one who had not seen & in various stages of Florida I To the people of Madison County: know where you're going than to V

;'. total "eclipse of the moon, it I. public life from Governorsand Let me take this opportunity to know where you've been. WILL BE
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was well worth getting up for. former Governors on down.I thank you sincerely for the confidence There'll come a time
That he loved flowers was tai you have shown Iii me by Old Grandpaw hopes; COMPLETELY '
We saw it before the eclipsewas When aU drivers. DISPERSED .:: FAT
entirely over, when the I his favor. We recall .having re-nominating me as your Ckrk Won't be dopes.
II of the Circuit Court without op Final safety reminder! for some AUCTION
; moon looked like a round pie heard a Methodist preacher
position. I win do my best to folks from FIIP Commander H N
with a good-sized hunk bitten mention in the funeral service I;justify this confidence in giving Klrkmaa: Your drlhabits re

out of the right side. Another for a Madison man who had' you the same courteous and efficient I fleet YOU. Have you looked in

total eclipse of the moon will died, that he loved flowers.I service that I have tried to the mirror lately FRIDAY

take place on the merging of And we have often said that give you In the past.Gratefuuy .
1 Capt Billy Bradley USE, formerly '
Sept. 5th of UHS yew, bet it the people oC ): Jtodco certainly of Jasper and Ids fiancee Miss

will :be vide here M oily a I had geed I* them, else they Dale M. Leslie 29-lt-ch Susan Bell of Coral Gables. came MARCH

partial eclfeae, for the noon would aot teve flowers so wellEntries ever from Jasper Saturday and I
of Brad-
guests CaPt.
were supper
will have set before the eclipse1' GREAT BOOKS DISCUSSION ley's brotl r-in4aw and sister Mr CAMILlA GEORGIA (Mitchell Comity
becomes teUL The MEt tam I'aIriIIW The Great Books Diseoaafoa Group and Mrs Jimmy Sui lnn. Mr and ,

eclipse of the .neea WAle fcefe met Monday evening in the home of I I Mrs Sullivan win go to Coral
ia ear political campftjfn Mrs J L Brinson. A E (flander Gables this week end to attend the Sale Barn)
in Masses ertntf wft set. ed these lines are and W B Clark acted as moderators I wedding Saturday evening at the
occur Bta. .1..*. M in the discussion of Plutarch: Lycur- First Baptist church there of CaPt.
written Tuesday BOOO), and gus and Numa Next meeting- will be I.Bradley and Miss BeH. Immediately SALE STARTS AT 10:30 A. U.
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: indications were that our county March 28, when the study win be following the wedding Capt Bradley -
Wkt Prices lit would show up right strong The Gospel according to SL1 and his bride will leave motoring ISO HEAD 'Selling} as 140 Lots
)( to Washington state wbere he
I Before pelt tamei MOre in abt utU8e of candidates, aUhew'z-- is staifcoedL .

about the keA eely belies with oaly a Jew office-holders Mrs Howard Hugbey, who has .;;... 33 BOLLS 107 FEMALE LOTS
.1 beea surgical at the local
patient
contest
back without a
eclipses, eo teW. and the like getting OPEN FOR BUSINESS
hospital. is convalescing: now at the
were viewed as having iatknate (A complete fet of the candidates home of her mother. Mrs T C Me- 4 herd sires, eight two-year old bulls 21 younger bulb; 40 cows ,

connection with events on" Will appear on another NaD.T. .ICasEige with calves at foot; 42 cows well along In calf; 25 bred and open

earth. The story Ie teH that 1 saga) We eaa hardly realize heifers. Entire herd sells in pasture flesh. An opportunity to

the Indians were abort to put,it, but the efee&ea k only seven WEAREHEADQUU- RepurSfep buy wen bred registered cattle at practical prices. FederaBy accredited .

to deMhet the fwoow weeks away ..i the candidates : for BroceBosH. and T. Standard breeding tees
t step aroundto TERS FOK( na tfPUANCES. Polled Shorthorns are expanding rapidly in the Southeast and
early wMle settters of this wa hove to
Med J. here is an opportunity to buy into one of the herd that has
country was a total ewe of I cover evem MMfeoa county 1l beta responsible tor this growth Auctioneer; Pete Swaffar. Talsa -

the meea leek liMe ad they to say Betide of these rua- TiAIJfO. MII l".SDVICE; STATION Ofcla.; Tom McCord, Montgomery Alabama. For catalog or

2deatted flsll.. TIM ........ altIc aft ew tile state. The further Information contact J. I. Adam Owner Box 890 DotBan.
t LEE, FLORIDA
et ms's eHMt.....is 1- eweed Governed wwt. eC lMlt'!!, is I Alabama. Phono ST 23181. ,

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PAGE FOUR THE ZCTTERFRISEJIECOBDER, MADISON FLORIDA FRIDAY, MARCH 18th. 1MO

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'KEEP UP WITH POLITICS: VISIT Judge Curtis Earp was qualified ALL COTTON PICKERS S tz&iians Fish ;

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IN THE ERA 8
by of

,: "'tJiW.A.--Ar"A.PJ'C.N!. j jSp. i S. H.IWB: *: Ct. the Administration years experiencein of Law Vete for Texas ML .Jet ALL_ have CANDIDATES-Please ads "
us your political Ii
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: before be became
ever
County _
Listen to him on WMAF
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during by TUESDAY NOON the 'f
ourCkaraice at
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i IUlif '... : Jud e. For the best interest of FRI. MAR. 18, 9:53 AM 2:54 KM ;
latest Thanks. THE E-R.
1-1.-: -1_ I Sile your county, help keep a $uali- SAT. IAR. 19, 8:30 AM, 4:00: PM I I

: H tied man in your County.Judge's (Unpaid Political Ad) BABY COWART ,
1
I. office by Voting For //-r / / .-:- Mr and Mrs Harry L Cowart are &
usED ; Stanley .Party, sponsored by. DryGNtbAtCssd &nd Re-electing ///-r///////Aj the proud parents of a 9 Ib, 13 oz. V;
the Madison Junior Woman's Club!I ; Mr'and Mrs J D Scruggs Jr had, baby boy born March 6, 1960, \
I will be held from 10 o'clock until u guests Sunday Mr and Mrs W named James David Cowart. 1''
Curtis D. E Delaino and two sons of Cedar I
Earp
2 o'clock Friday, March 18 at the I !
Key and Mr and Mrs Tom Owens
home of Mrs John Sands, 115 S
YOUR COUNTY and family of Jasper.CERTIFIED .
Hancock Street, in Madison Proceeds : JUDGE LATEST HIT
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t will go to the Easter Seal, (Paid Political Adv't) EMPIRE
c Rs Invited. The 1 -.. ._- -
Campaign. Everyone ..
Junior Woman's Club, sponsors of OAK( IIILL NEWSMr I COTTONSEEDJ. RECORDS at. \
a the Easter Seal Campaign, is also FATHER-SON AND MOTHER.
planning a spaghetti supper and! i DAUGHTER BANQUET AT I at
1959 Chevrolet Statm dance on April lit featuring I and Mrs Charley Sims were I PINETTAThe

speeches of candidates. Music will I honored with a house-warming par. C. BURNETTE Smith Drug
be furnished by an orchestra from ty Mar 12th at 7:30. Chief enter- Pinetta .
WagM 4 door $1995 Perry Easter Seals finance the I tainment was a tour of their lovely FFA and FHA
Chapters held their anneal
Father-
Store
Cotton Gin
Mobile Physical Therapy Unit, which i new home, a three act soap

1956 a Chevrolet Setu each visits Madison month the Madison 4th :Monday contains of,:I 1 opera several using appropriate guests games.as actors Mr, andMrs and n I son March 11 Mother-daughter at 7:30 in the Banquet Pinetta MADISON, FLA. '- I i

who 'been disabled strokes, School gym. There were 28
have thru I Sims I guests ---- .
were assisted
congenital anomalies accidents or in opening 83 parents and 60 students pre
$1195 1 their many gilts by Miss Rebecca I A
other causes, are helped to regain a I
BekAire, 4-door V-8,' Automatic useful life thru physical therapy.I|Buchanan. Hostesses were Mrs Bel- sentRecorded music was used duringthe

transmission, radio, heater, clean The Madison Junior Woman's Club ton Buchanan, Mrs Durward Sapp meal. The banquet was called SUWANNEE RIVER
is asking the help and cooperation and Mrs R L Crafton. Cookies, to order by President Woodward
of Everyone in Madison County to chips and cold drinks were servedto
1955 Chevrolet Seta and the Invocation Rev
given by
make this the best Easter Seal. about thirty.
Hicks. Billy Selph was
Drive ever. Mr E S Raines of.est Palm

: $595 GET 300.500 CLUB AWARD Beach visited his sister, Mrs R P ter.June Arnold gave the TOUtma.s.1 JUNIOR COLLEGE

". 2 door Buchanan, Mar 7. Visiting them address and Mr Xels
Two salesmen on the staff of Mar 13 were her brother, Coleman

1954 Hardee Motor Co. Madison, will flames, and son Coley of Jacksonville sponse.
Mercury $595 Carolyn Da..1s.e the FHA
be presented Ford Motor Company's and Mr Jim Dryden of Lee. Progress report and Elwyn 31c- FOR NEGRO STUDENTS"- ;

,Sedan, 2 door 300-500 Club award at a banquet Mr and Mrs Bobby Buchanan r
Leod gave the FFA accomplishmentreport.
honoring high-ranking Ford dealership spent the weekend In Dixie, Ca .
1956 Oldsmobile $1195 car and truck salesmen of with her parents, Mr and Mrs Ross
1959 in the Jacksonville Ford sales Arnold. Phyllis Falk talked on Home

,. Super 88, 4-doort Sedan I district Mr and Mrs Bernard Cox had making for the Home maker. IN
Harry B King manager of the I Bobby Joe Buchanan gave a report -
Jacksonville sales district, said 300- as visitors Sunday and Monday Mr on his farming program and z
CANTEY MOTOR CO.
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and Mrs Woody Browning of
600 Club membership awards are FFA activities.

Madison, FJa presented for outstanding retail Huntsvflle, Ala. During the program, Bobby Joe MADISON FLA.
wiles performance. Mr King added Mrs Belton Buchanan received Buchanan was awarded the honor
the average 300-500 Club member word Monday that her mother, Mrs
of Star Chapter Farmer by Mr
former Pastor sold the equivalent of 100 new Frank Beatty, of Waycross, Leery Schnitker representing 'the Florida

care and 70 used cars in qualifyingfor ill of pneumonia. Also Mr Bank Madison. This award is
;: at OFFERING THE FOLLOWING
Preaches Here ::: Dates the national and locations honors.of forthcoming and Mrs of the Harry flu Fulford are victims sponsored by the Florida Bankers.assodatlon. '

r honor banquets are: March TWO-YEAR STUDY PROGRAMS
attended :
Miss Becky Buchanan
18, Orlando! March 19, Miami t June Arnold was awarded a
MYF Sub-district at Perry Monday
beautiful set of glasses by Jesse
March
Springs and Jacksonville; 25
Rev Gammon of Lake
Joseph Wakulla Springs, and March 26 night along with several other Revels, representing Owens Illi
former paStor of the 1. General Courses
City, S C, church I' St. Petersburg. young people from Hickory Grove.Mr nois. This award was for outstand College

Madison Presbyterian spoketo The two salesmen are:' GV and Mrs Martin Reaves and tag leadership, service and scholarship -

a large congregation' at thechurch I Jewell, In and.M D SulII\ n. family Mr' and Mrs Wilboro In the Homemaking depart 2. Pre-Business Education Course
here Sunday 'morning on, Reaves and boys. J.lr'l E Reavesand
the theme,' The Lord Ta My I Tourakers ment at Pinetta.
'' Mn 'and run, J\\. from
'F&lelgh Unda Stutts received a gift
Shepherd. Mr Gammon at the time Mr and Mrs Ashley bt Iff. Mrs
were dinnegvestt of and .
F S U weekend guests- of Mr the Pinetta school faculty in honorof 3. Pre-Engincering' Course .. .
Jacksonville were
was on Reserve Navy duty at Crafton .. ?
)\ R L Sunday. her recent accomplishments with )w
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Mrs J J'Sale1 Jr.
his and
and got excused :from. The /1IA-FF banquet waswell
Navy duty long enough to make Miss Mary Kay' Burette and her essay on nutrltbn. > '
attended by Oak Hill residents 4. Pre-Law Course
Sixteen boys received Certificates' n':
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Miss I \
of <
guests,
the brief visit to his former pas Billy Burnette were The boys' and girls assisted by ; \
R Francine llilllnor at FSU Friday of Merit for perfect attendance : '.j ', -
torate. their leaders, Mrs Lou .. Shadrick FFA :' meetingsand *
During the service Mary Ann night and Saturday. and Mr R R Dcnson, did a wonderful two at for outstanding chapter serviceto f 5. Pre-Medical Course '." "/

Scruggs, daughter of Mr and Mrs job with the planning of FFA. .t '
the
J D Scruggs was received Into Rater' Repiiriig decorations cranV jjand food. .
pc Many friends nd'pa nU complimented > :
6. Course
a' ... .church membership, and Andrea kits Reba Williams %nd.Mrs: Clifford .the chapter member* ona Pre-NursiNf ;
.' ah. :,baby daughter** of Mr andMrs Me"" GIrlie Leslie.. P1''l"PUfCt'. terse. .. delicious' interesting and enjoyable
.
Ray Coffee, was baptized. very
menu. banquet j 7. Terminal. Courses Trades( ) will

: .. . . t . .. .'. ... ...*..* ,. .. Loud groans went up Saturday I Billy Everett SecretaryIELD.1OR ,

from.-from the all over.schoolchildren the cmmtyf: here'School, as MACONAUTHORITIES be offered demands: justify.

:I WoM WiIER1 r r.ay r- was* held to make up time" lost due or.. ... .

to flu. -f, t.. Further
For Information Write
PLANTING MELONS-BLUE William B Lyons, white is being :
: : MOLD RAMPANT held In the Madison jail awaiting i
E'r
CAROL LW4
Macon Ga officials In connectionwith REGISTRAR .
: we afi.nvtm.t..eA Melons are being 'planted here the stealing of a 1955 Chevrolet

,. #.....Ot'rr and tobacco land is being pre and breaking and entering an JENYETHEL N.. MERRITT
r Y pared. Blue Mold is' rampant, endangering automobile agency there Tuesday ,.
: ttMtf t kiWMi 1aJd..liafili'k t_ the supply of:.plants. night "

OF At.M Amt t iONE'AiE"'t 'JDuol Rev A M Parker attended services Lyons was taken into custody OR

of NRR A tYg t4mvrle.titttlEl; : at the Pinetta First Baptist Wednesday by Sheriff S II Moore
: W41+4TA 11 a r""'OILCQ I 1 I I church Sunday night Rev Parker I and the Greenville Police Department -i .>-., PRESIDENT
eJfWi abN8& I I about 200 yards west of the .
: is a former pastor, having served!
: II I McLeod Service Station to Green JAMES J. GARDENERBOX
the Pinetta church' lor a long
I ville. lie had abandoned the car
period of time some years agOoi and was taken up along side of the 772, MADISON, FLORIDA
.. i FrimdJ111 be sorry to hear his'i road In a drunken condition Sheriff
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t! i wife is in Pincvicw General .b0iI Moore stated
S4weAr1 ...
I pital for eye surgery. -

.. Nature Notes: Dogwood beginn
i :ing to open, plums, red bud y'c1!J.

.low jasmine, crab/apple,-maple are
111/a.! 1 IhbiilI o t :blooming and It's violet picking-

r? time In Florida.:
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aaA. L Woodard and wife to J LSchoelles

f. ; and wife Lots 3 and 4,
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\ ,,. r = ". Pierce II Wade and wife and
h'.'" 1tO'" cJ- o Russell Wiggins and wife to J C

,._ \\". ".,:: "",,18 ,.._ : Hughes and Leonard L Banks
.- r-=_ Mt>>!::... I... quit claim deed to 2149 acres In
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if ... ."..-'" ......._fWt.w..N! fps Hfllbem.1 and Zfpperer 2 N, R8E.and wife ,to .
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t MARCH 18th. 1960 THE ENTEIIPIUS&RECORPER. MADISON tLQRID A : .i { ',';' ', ;; ".> PAGE FIVE- I'

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fdJed early Thursday at his :
.: CALLBurke Semis, Friday 3 "W
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Stages
T. :. Baptist Church'tj I'I..," ) : .

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: j t* ROTARY /CLUB

Exte g C. Proposed changes ,of methods of .1
selection of the Board of Directors
Phone 2334 Perry. Florida wax the business before the Rotary j I,

Cub Wednesday. The proposition (

4 SERIES' OF BREAKING was to choose the Board by pro :,
.,) .
AND ENTERING cess of a
Nominating Committee Instead i
of by popular Vote In
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: The camping and fishing lodges open discussion with H E )fcArthur.1
and Ernest
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Page acting as modera
on the Suwannee River belonging
to the St Regis Paper Co and Dr, tors the Club"Oted to use the
nominating committee method.
"W J Coggbis were entered
O\"UI' Robert Andrews C T McWiiliam,
the week end and camping equip-
raent and a quantity of food stolen. Jr. and W R Pressley were welcomed I
as new members.
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LIlted as missing were twenty
-}:ORGE! *' WHAt, ttfMUY' POISED U'TO' army blankets, fifteen sheets, twenty!j; Visitors and guests Included Nor
CLEAN UP THE 'AttMEN'f19' and man Protsman, of Live Oak Wilson 'I
.._ pillow cases three We-jackets
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and Bob Crawford
WORK CONTINUES ON DISTRICT MEETINGThe an undetermined amount of food.I I. r
I of Tallahassee Bob NHus of,
PRIEST BUILDING j Evidence pointed to the fact that
I I annual meeting of District 3. juveniles might have been involvedas Gainesville and four High School II
MC'thodlstVSCS held Tues- senior girls Including$ Miss Sandra
was small footprints Indicated that
Work continues! on the modemlza-I I day in Centenary Church, Qulncy. boys had been there. Raines, Miss Jean ZJppcrer, Miss
Erelyn Ragans and Miss Jean
tlcn of the Priest Store Mrs J B Davis Dist. Pre, the1 Betty

laying of a new tile floor this, Rev and Mrs Paul Touchton Mrs Harris.
week. The plate glass front, interior I Howard Studstlll and Mrs Fred RURAL ROUTE POST VAX Tourtrt Offlc! Director prMtnfc replica of famous Aid*.

remodeling and repainting and- In- Mickler attended from the local OFFICE PATRONS Remodeling has begun on the 'fetcefc to .Opera Star' Irma Dabs a* New- Tprifr MrOOU! ea1l'PI'm. ,
Roberts Drug Store, corner of Base
Etallatkm of self-service equipment church. .
has been completed. Mrs Davis presided, and Miss Ruth and Pinckney streets which will '
Mayhall, deaconess at Rosa Valdez Your Post Office Is In the process I make of the building a most modem At the requesf oFo$8ra pr' !: rented! Co'UISinallS OH Jail. 3
of the
of bringing the matter and attractive center. A new 'madonna Irene Davis, replica! on the Metropolitan Opera
nome in Tampa and Mrs H V
i! 1 ALTggi Weems, conference president of correct numbering of rural mail I plate glass front will dye the outside 'cf the jewels worn inn the first stage by :Mr. AIl Kamjl Dl*
boxes in line with the
postal
Sebring were guest speakers Mrs regu- : a complete face-lifting. W'orkIon ''performance of the'opera Aida :rector of the TTAB Tourist
\\ elected district lation which requires that numbersbe the Interior, now In progress, includes In Cairo In 1st were recently Office In New York. '
Lyon Crosby was new ,
:L assigned in strict numerical repainting tiled floor and anew 'sent to New York by the VAR The replicas of the famotaT
M D ,presidentRev _
sequence, dependent on the order (Tourist Department.
,\ 1 IOPICS Jn which the carrier serves each stream-lighting system -- The jewels a crown and twoarauleti 1performanct3 be worn la future

,I James Barber Is holding revival respective box elm formally pre- of Aleta..

services In Tallahassee this In this resultin I -
ol ti Doctor ol Medicine. many cases will
A Seme ear
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Local Medical Society and the ,week in I < -- -l- TiiALL : -I I
Your a change the box number you __
Honda: Medical AlloaaUOft. ________ -
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11 --- -- now have. You will be notified of r COTTON PICKERS J.
3rd LATEST HIT
COURT
DO YOU COUNT YOUR IN TIlE CIRCUIT your new number.

CALORIES? JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA We sincerely hope the change Vote for Texas Bob! I
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IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY.IN
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will
cause you no great Inconvenience I RECORDS at.
Most people do not count CHANCERY.Minnie .
calories. and that you will cooperate Listen to him on WMAP I
There their blessings is growing or interest their in the Lee Blue Bryant, Plaintiff.Marlon by notifying your correspondents .'.. **..-* ,>..,*tat Som-ty alld the
caloric, and the relationship between ,'S. at the earliest of your new I -r.-U Mohcai AnociatIM.SOME SAT.. MAR. 19. 8:30 AM, 4:00: PM Smith
overweight! and high- I Bryant Defendant box number. I I (Unpaid Political Ad) DrugStore
calorie food/such as pie, cake, TO: Marion Bryant Building 6, TIPS '
candy, and KC treani. Apartment 17 Asbury Park, New i Sincerely. ON TANNING __ ._ -m :: ..- '_ :' I
iI M. J BLALOCK, Postmaster
Just >vhlisV; cajcric and why .f Jersey. I 29-2t, The sun hat itimtibtiag al
it it ? Calories '
important are
tin units so by which the energy ; DIVORCEYou i bcfleftcfol effect on the-human Giant Jumbo Hamburgers in I

value of' food is measured. Actually arc hereby notified that a : body. The HUMS of pesos npoted 6-in bun 40c.WHITE -4LIOI
calories are units of heat Bill of Complaint for Divorce has,I BEVAN_ NOT TO RUN! to plenty in better of outdoor sunlight -
and since beat is a form of energy an'ou are I afpcar condition TOP DRIVEINDIES
the talorf 'b. a measure ofmul'Y. ,been filed against you. I Joe Bevan told E R reporter after than do those on whom the
The from foodis required to serve a copy of ,your tiltratMct! rays of the tell seldom IN WASHINGTON SJ CLUB
energy he read about Kenneth Burnett'snot
fall Sao"tit also
Pleading to the Bill of: HelM
used by the body for three Answer or
I running for Commissioner and to hare good effect on the tOIle Funeral services for Ltivttwee _
Attorney
main First food the Plaintiffs -
energy -
purpose Complaint on I
maintains the processes of R. E. Cowart whose addressIs Red Brasweirs not running for lag and the vigor muscles of the of muscles the itttettmal, metal SwrJesV D C were Al HoffferKfcr, of the NFJC faculty -

l living such as the beating of the Madison. Florida and file the Sheriff that he was NOT running tract and the heart. II held there Monday. lIe was the son gave a mos# informative! address .
heart, circulation of the blood
for
PresidentKI
breathing, and the maintenance :original answer or Pleading In the 1 The powerful invigorating of Mrs S T Surles, of Cherry; at the Lion*' Club meetingflesday

of( body temperature. Second; it office of the Clerk of the Circuit THE CIRCUIT COURT THIRD is property 9J million of the miles son, although i: (Lake, and the late Mr Surles. lie( on the business courses offered
away, has a
is euch used as standing for everyday, walking activities rating Ii Court In and for Madison County,i JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR tonic effect on the entire haman was in his late fifties and115 a at the college and inauguration

and dressing. And third, {Florida on or before the 26th day MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA body firing a feeling of well- 'I former resident of Madison County,. of the one year secretarial .
food energy is used for the performance I of March A. D. 19GO. It you fail IN CHANCERY being and buoyancy. Following but had lived Washington the science course, also of the business )
of muscular work. to do so, Decree Pro Confeo will General Electric Credit pleasant sunbathe the nervous : : '
Corporation system is more at and late years.Survivors. men's short in
ease course being put on
To maintain, proper bodyweight be: entered against ,you for the re- A Corporation Plaintiff the mind I
.... the total amount aof+ss Hcf'demanded in the Bill of Complaint n' S even..lif ht products seems many stimaUltd.wholesome include his wife and one connection with the Madison- .Jaycee
calories in the food eaten should sou"of Washington, D C; his organization.Mr .
.
J A Cruoe and wife responses in thc hamanorfaaUm .
equal the total amount of energy his Mattie '
tr-hereby. Proper exposure to mother, and two brothers, Dorman HofftandeTf ajsd told' of: a
expended by the body. The. The.Enterprise-Recorder F Cruse; United States of America; ; ;
larger'the* individual, the more 't(designated as the newspaper In State of Florida; Wiceenfekl Ware the son metabolism may increase improve.be.sleep.'eoend Surles of Cherry Lake and Howard I business trading surrey *: being

energy he mast use for living.I which said order shall be publishedonce house Company, a Corporation; and and appetite ratse, resi..Unce to Surles, of Tallahassee [started here, in which it is planned

: I I increased Because|energy during bodily expenditure growth is,. a week for fur ((4)) consecutive B & W Acceptance Corporation, a bactenal infections and. "tone Messrs Dorman and Howard I I to interview every tenth person in
up' tbe blood.
children: need extra calorie" I weeks. Corporation Defendants. f As with Surles and their nephew; George the county. A preliminary "survey

Caloric requirements try according Witness my hand and official seal NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORE-I thmft, sea much maul Ian other can good do KInsey Surles, of Lakeland went I I shows rather heavy out of county
'to the decision to in. this 2.4th day of February, A- D. CLOSURE SALE BY CLERK stab Win. Ortr the fune 1
expo*art tonnliBbt to Washington to attend i trading in several linen and the
decrease the
crease or amount -I960. Notice is .
hereby given pursuantto can cavse pain( and *
<1< of body fat. It is physical activity I ral'FIre i of this is to find
.<.. '' which variation ia DALE M. LESLIE a Final Decree of foreclosure *trkm injury *o the skin, briar purpose survey
.4;x: ": caloric needs causes,very active people Clerk Circuit Court. dated March 4, 1960, -acd,entemHnChancery 011 levers lAId headache and out the facts, the causes of them,
ere enM malignant 12:45 Friday
at am last
W.f rewiring as much! as 5,000 clo-' (COPY (SEAL) Case No. 73 of the Cir t Farmers tailors, fishermen growth I etc, and then suggested means to
f. I via etch day while sedentary By Jane W. Baker. D. C. cuit Court of the Third Judicial fardeaas who arc excessively and summoned the department to the,;ameliorate the condition.: ,',

f,office worker I may require only Feb 26, 4t-REC.ehCORN$1:25 Circuit In and for Madison County, I cxpoted to the ftn are especially concrete: block house Just east of r Vernal Webb of the Forestry

(tbs.look ,Florida, wherein General Electric' MacSa.tt ?act lo cancer of the face and Sumpter James' store in southwest Service was a visitor.Setzer's .

., body the family physicianhotud : I Jasper Credit Corporation, a corporation, The process of tanning is an Madison. The house was built a .. ...
always be consulted. duly authorized to transact business is>dm
in the State of Florida is plaintiff,I poa a person's type of Dr Yates. The house was occupied ,Cleans Fish '
and J A Cruce and his wife Matte skin. Harrying to get a tan by :
Sadie Jones, but nobody was
,. F Cruce; United StAtes of America; intensive exposure ia a short iby I
State of Florida; Wiesenfcld Warehouse -I, tune often causes a sunburn in at home at the time. One room and

Company, a Corporation; and *some* instances of such severity contents weje burned.! !
t utAedimedkal? care. Anyone mi'SOOBAYsTATIOrr---
: B, &JY Acceptance OjrporaUotv: >bo eveHtac: experen< dsn FAMILIES Corporation, are defcrxfatnts, I will: "a condition will M trick to Seller's Cleans Fish 1-

a sell to the highest and best bidder "aYW4- it k the rcfnrc. U. S. 90 EAST. MADISON -.

a for cash at the West front door 'tea
lI<<- t 'of the Madison County CourthouseIn I:
At Camels Look to Your Laurth.
Madison Madison County, Florida

: 9nd at 11:00 o'clock a, m. on the There's Ahead I I'r
t. New 'nAeE1li tN 7N! 23rd day of March 1960, the following Long Dry Spell
l
o PPCea uttl.NpN01N described property In Madison -'

County, Florida, as set forth In
AId Final Decree to-wit Ii

',ti lustre IS ...... MIl Southeast Quarter of Northwest I

;i1 _WITH 5e.NIFICAW'r'Wfrl Quarter, Northeast Quarter of i
6<
If. Quarter of Southeast Sec <-
Quarter .., .'
b 11.000,000.CWILt tion 5; East Half of Southeast I '. ,. .: ."
t (ltiir f >AD ANTOKruREO 1 Quarter. Section 6; South Half of ...... '
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BY(44147SM Southeast II E
,, Southeast Quarter and
OCt RJ / Quarter of Southwest Quarter Section i y RLr .
'7; All in Township 1 South ? ; '

1 Range 9 East containing approximately rstr

J: 320 acres more or less Y ,
ALSO: West Half of Northeast <

(. t Quarter. Southeast Quarter of

Northeast Quarter and Southeast
Quarter of Northwest Quarter Section
,IhaA 27; South Half of Section 29

\ and aH North of State Road of ar irk A n

# the West Half of Section 32 and

.- the Northeast Quarter of the Northeast .
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1 Quarter of Section %5., Township Sit' r-. r ,-ir
f I 1 South Range 8 East, containing -i iI r

I )80 acres, more or. less. I
f I N 1959 UP 1 Dated this 7th day of March: :

k i Mor3x ova ltll ... A. D. I960 I
4: 1 11 < DALE :M. LESLIE Clerk of the

1 ,I 17itXS Circuit Court
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;,t GEBdwerlon Appes Jsj Roberts drew a pusled ripressl.a ,TSfcehs was content to' relInquish 1M earner hist.ds
I..' .. '. '' 'r, I. a Bactriaa (tw. saps) eaael what she endurance laurels to tae ntjr compact car's rear*
''f :J', M'" > .." ....t... to c" Omir ala>ttlaom engine ac the Installed air-toted enfia wUeh wee .etd<
.. SpJy! C* undisputed cktmpifla *f Macalae or beast tp.r.tIng wits At say tatc, 1M camel elsa held 1M *BawttetrecordratillRfBCbeforeComOr

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LET US ELECT CANDIDATES- Don't let
BALE
SHERIFF'S WE ARE HEADQUAR.
your friendly opponents buy up

Notice Is hereby-given that pursuant Edwin L. (Eddie) Flowers all the ad space in The E-R TERS FOR MAJOR AP--

to a Writ of Execution on FOR COUNTY JUDGEPaid from now till the election.

Judgment for Money, issued Alachua out of ( Political Adv'USetzer's Many voters who read will ab PIJANC WESTERN FOR YOUR WATCH ,
for
the Circuit Court in and ,
County, Florida, dated December 9, sorb every word of your mes- Courteous
A. D. 1957, in the cause wherein Cleans Fish sage. AUTO. Outstanding
Baird Hardware Company is I Come In and See
plaintiff and H H. Henderson is KELLY'S REPAIR
defendant I, Simmie H. Moore, DRAMA GUILD CASTS Letchworlh[ In Race TO ATTEND SUGGS-SHELDON MADISON
Sheriff, Madison County, Florida, FIRST PLAY
have levied upon all right, title and For Constable WEDDINGMrs i 't)> :
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above named defendant Guild of
interest of the The Masquers Drama
G W Hale and son, J P
in and to the following the North Florida Junior College Suggs, uncle of the bride-elect will NFJC NURSING
described property, taken into custody recently held tryouts for the play M S Mike) Letchworth of STu to West Palm Beach to attend BEGINS ;
by virtue of this writ as therein 'Riders to the Sea," by John Synge.' Greenville Is in the race for Constable the wedding April 3rd of Mrs
commanded and will offer for The time and date of the presenta 5th District, Madison Coun Hale's granddaughter Miss Sally A :
sale the following described property tion of this play, which will be ty. In his announcement elsewhere Pauline Suggs, and Lt Eugene one-year course In
nursing the
to wit: free to the public, will be announced in this issue Mr Letchworth calls Sheldon, which will take place at newest of
Truck, munity services
One (1) GMC Pickup later. attention to his previous service as the Union Congregational church offered
Serial No. 101PY9106, and that on Mr James Moncrief, Drama Coachat I Constable and as Mayor and Councilman Florida Junior College
the 4th day of April, A. D. 1960. North Florida Junior College,I of Greenville and promisesgood there. Miss Suggs the bride elect operation according to
Is the daughter of the late Jimmy
the west front door of I announced the following list of law enforce- ginia P
at clean, honest killed Kennedy,
Suggs of Madison who was
Madison County Courthouse In characters Maurya (an old woman).
the : ment if elected, Licensed Practical
In an automobile accident some
the City of Madison. Florida, be- Earlene Schlotthauer of Live Oak; vision served
tween the legal hours of sale, to, Hartley (her son), Ben Mainor of Mrs Henry Shaffer and Mrs Jim years ago, at the age of 24. been of NFJC This

wit: 11:00 o'clock hi the -forenoon I'.Madison Cathleen (her daughter), Cowatf and two children of Jacksonville of approved by the
and 2:00 o'clock In the afternoon,j jI Deanna Mixon of Perry; Nora (a are spending two weeks at HARDY SPEAKS TO Nursing In
will offer for sale the same at younger daughter), Yvonne Parkerof their home here. Mr Shaffer was i PTA MEETING Offices and classrooms
public outcry to the highest bidderor Perry; One of the women: Nancy here during the week end. r Licensed: Practical
bidders for CASH, the proceedsto Tibbals of Madison; Old man William -x- The destiny of our children depends are located on the
be applied as far as may be to Land ol Mayo; Another man on their acquisition and use the old hospital in : :
the payment of.all costs to satisfy'. James Scanlan of Madison. Samuel' THE WEATHER of various kinds of knowledge;I entire floor has recently i
the above described Execution. :McCall of Perry will be In chargeof upon knowledge may depend their novated and new
SIMMIE. H. MOORE Sheriff, props and scenery. Miss Merle very existence," Dr Blanche N been installed
In
Madison County, Florida 28-4t-ch Pitts of Perry and William Greeneof Week ending March 15th 1960 Hardy Director of the Guidance :
SHU Madison will have charge of )Ills Min lit, Center of North Florida Junior quate classroom the
costuming and makeup.The 'Wednesday 63 38 .00 College told a city wide PTA have a demonstration
story of "Riders to the Sea Thursday 67 42 .00 meeting in Live Oak Monday even- area and modern
Mrvdison County has thereputation is a mere moment In the lives of a Friday. 55 40 .18 to practice the latest t :I
of having a good few characters but it holds withinIt Saturday 57 3S.03 Ing.Dr Hardy was Introduced by William patient care and diet )
Keep this good the meaning of what they and Sunday 60 30 jOO R Hall Prindpal of the Su- The first class
Court.
County millions like them have done and' Monday 67 35 .00)Sirennee! High School. After suggestinfirs students by the State
reputation by Voting For and suffered. They have struggled for Tuesday 56 .<14'JJW' VWUl\ Wfcj* 4n which parents gan on March 7, 1960.
Re-electing a man that has survival; they have gone down to can help their children in. school dents will meet
in defeat before the indifferent forces TOTAL L3S Dr Hardy reminded the audience daily :
proven himself qualified of wind and sea. Out of fatalism Rainfall week ending Mar 12th that "nothing is rare expensive than months of classroom
every respect for the many touched with faith and out of a at Gibson Tower 0.40 to,, Lovett I education except ignorance." During the last eight I
legal duties of this important supreme weariness, they resign Tower 0.40 in Aucilla Tower 0.40 I the program eight
themselves to defeat and in that In. Sinclair Tower 0.30: in. Mill SANDS TO CONDUCT PANEL serve an "e:perlence

office..' .-....... resignation. And( release. Creek Tower 0.10 in, Madison forestry DISCUSSIONDr the Snwannee County
VOTE FOR"Curtis headquarter. j U5 Jn._ -.. Live Oak and four
Sprting ,Ms At Sun rises Mar 18th 6:40 am'se rs John E Sands Dean of Instruction serve In the ,
D Earp 6:44 .
j ,. pm.Moon at North Florida Junior Memorial Hospital in -
rises :Mar 19th 1227 am. will conduct a panel discuSSIon -
.....,.- *i COUNTY JUDGE BRYAN ELECTRIC. CO. High tide Mar 18th StMarks College,on the "Protestant Concept classes, will begin on

(Paid Political Adv't) light 553 am. of Marriage" at the regular evening I..1961.Upon
Aanoaaoa .va sa.soe,0nn an. s I services of the First Methodist I graduation (
r r r a Cp1iiiesilowerton Church: Sunday March 20th, at 'will be eligible to take !

SALE 7:30 p. m. licensing examination
pR -spRIN6 CARDCNINC Panel members will be Mr James a licensed Practical
Supply Ce. Hardee, Johnny Plant Ben Mainor following students
Mrs Joyce Prim. and Earl R Payne. enrolled In this
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
.pw Florida StatutesIN ON DEAN'S LIST Lillian Allen, Lee,
B H Auten. Live Oak,
THE COURT OF THE COUNTY -
JUDGE MADISON COUNT, Miss LeIla B Browning daughter Freddie Avery,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE. of Mrs Emnette D Browning Route Mrs Rheba Bevis Live
In re: Estate of Inez G. Owens. 4. Greenville is on the Deans List Mrs Inez Boatright
Deceased.TO Straycr Junior College of Finance, Mrs Lillie Mae T J
SEE US FOR RED BLISS SEED IRISH POTATOES ALL CREDITORS AND PER ,Washington D. C. Fla; Mrs Martha
!SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
Wellborn Fla Miss
POTATOES ;
GA. RED SEED SWEET AGAINST SAID ESTATE: Mrs T J Btggs Jr was hostess to
I Hall, Greenville. Fla
You and each of you are hereby her bridge club Tuesday afternoon. ;
C&: M Nair's Hjkii Seei Corn notified and required to present Visitors playing were Miss Ethel I Smitherman
any claims and demands which you I Hopkins Mrs James Conway and Mary Jane Murray,
Seed or either of you, may have against I I Mrs Harvey Hawkins Mrs R C Mrs Harriette Ross, I
Cbriestm Grey &: C.g. WMemdn the estate of Linen G. Owens,I!r Dickinson won the dub prize, and and Miss Margie
deceased late of said County, to Miss Hopkins the visitors prize.A. son, Fla.
TRY SOME OF OUR'GOOD G A.RED SWEET POTATOES the County Judge of Madison Cotm-I dessert course was served., Anyone desiring
ty, Florida at his office -x-
FEEDSGROCERIESFRUITVEGETABLES mation regarding the
Sec m for year: : court house of said County at I Mrs D F Burnett. Mrs S P Griffin
AND OTHER NEEDS Madison, Florida, within eight calendar and Mrs Rosa Hay spent Tues ;sing program should
LARD CANS -.SfcCDS months from the time of the day In Thomasvflle. !Registrar of North
': .;; first publication this notice. College or Mrs Virginia
WE BUY YOUR PECANS ,.DMNY. QtIANT1TJ.I. -- CERTIFIED EMPIRE
v.. ,.'. Each claim or demand shall be in Director, Licensed
writing and shall state the placeof big Division North
residence and post office address COrrON SEEDat College, )Madison '
of the claimant, and skill be
URLES&SONS sworn to by the claimant, his agentor
Mrs E P Sanders
and such claim
attorney any or "
demand MATTIE not so G.filed BLALOCKAs shall be void. J. C. BURNETTECdlwGa afternoon the Wilma Mrs Phillips

administratrix of the estate chairman presided
of Inez G Owens, deceased. gram'on missionary
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:: nus IEE-mm oJY X" would like to express ray sincere! appreciation and. thanks

to the people of Madison' County for permitting me to bevrenonilnated -
Saturday, March 19 ;

to the Office of Protecting Attorney for the County Court DOUBLE FEATURE I
FORT MASSACRE, In cinema.
: k of Uadison County without opposition.! Your confidence la me Scope and DeLuxe color starring
FREE I *, { Joel Marta, Susan Cabot. They
I.;renews my determination to render to;you good people the type had to keep on the move or die. A

"' of service to wfcicfa you rata w ttUyenaUed%I' *' MADISON DRIVEINBOX thrill-packed story of adventure in
the ,great
'' aouthwest.
.' OFFICE OPENS 6:30 P. M.
: With heartfelt thanki. I remain Show Starts 700 prf M., THE BEAT GENERATION, starring
51 CHICKS Wffl IX. PURCHASE PROGRAM Steve Cochran. Mamie Van

'' Doreru, Abnormal emotions turned

(f 1. LBS. 1 [ Pl&Sl'Am ,.''"., -, Your Friend' "., Frid.11.. turda1, Mirth If. 19 him against women. The story of a
c '" ; ERNEST M. PAGE, JR. THE WONDERFUL COUNTRY man who hated girls. As the black-
gloved fiend he came out of his
,1 f Technicolor Robert Mitchum.
AT THE REGULAR PRIcE (Paid political adVU nightmare world of beatniks to
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'I ; $ I THAT KIND OF A WOMAN, claim his victims Cartoon.
Tab Hunter Loren.
Sophie
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LET US ELECT $u day-Momfay, March 20, 21
Jfarcfc 17-11-1' (Wy f LIBckRws S.neb,..oaday, March 20 21 JOURNEY; TO THE CENTER or
Edwin L (Eddie) FlowersFOR THE DEVIL'S DISCIPLE Burt THE EARTH in cinemaScope and
Fir Circii Judge Lancaster. DeLuxe color starring Pat Boone..
CAm FEB *: FARM SUPPLY COUNTY JUDGEPaid Arlene DahL The mysteries of the
ATTACK OF THE 50 FT. WOM- unknown revealed at last. A thrill-.

MADISON, FLORIDA HU-3-6616 ( Political Ad/t AN. lug adventure from a picture that'
is really "out of this world." There

STATUS OF BTV IN NORTH, \\'as'Jove and hate in the center of
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HANSON NEWS FLORIDA the earth. Cartoon.Tuesday.Wednesday.

CANDIDATES Don't 1-et:EVERYONE NEEDS March 22, 23
FOOD KNOWLEDGEBy Bro Simon EInsey filled the pulpit HELEN OF TROY, In cinema
your friendly opponents -1l1UP: at Pine Grove Sunday in the The Florida Educational Television Scope and Warnercolor, starring
all the ad space In The E R absence of Bra Gurr. while he is Committee met last Thursday Rossanna Podesta. Sir Cedric Hard-

from now till Ute eJeetiea. ( Almon Zipperer( ) engaged in a revival meeting at and Friday, March 10 and 1L at wicke. Never before such spectacle

voters who read wil absorb Everyone needs some knowledge Earn Baptist church near Quit-I :North' Florida Junior College. The such beauty. The face that launched,
Many
a thousand ships-and brought the
of food. If buy food man.Mr I topic of this two-day convention
every word of your mes you prepareit and Mrs Edgar Raines and most famous war of all. Cartoon.
or plan meals, food know-bow family of Lake Worth spent a portion was educational television (ETV) in I
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sage. will help you. : of last week here with rely .;. general for the state of Florida Thursday-Friday, March 24, 25

If yourfood program involves fives They were accompanied: home and In particular for NFJC and DOUBLE FEATURE
: Circles only eating food you need to know by :Mrs J R Starling p the six-county area it serves. The I I ODDS AGAINST TOMORROW.
Presbyteria how Mrs Vernon Adams entered Pine- starring Robert Ryan Shelly Win
to select it Intelligently. This participants Included representatives
t ters. Tension, violence as explosheas
view Hospital at Valdosta Sunday
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means that everyone needs some from the thirteen publicly the men who fought the world-
afternoon for ooeratian. We hone ,1
Presbyterian circle No 1 met food knowledge.If I her a- an supported junior colleges, Florida I,and each other. They raced headlong -

:Monday afternoon, March 7, with you want to keep your body l T speedy W Bailey recovery.Mr r- Lake sty, State University.- University- of I I I I to a tomorrow they would

Mrs T L Fraleigh and the chairman I trim, efficient and healthy, you Mr W H Bailey of Blue Springs .. Florida and the State Departmentof never see.WAR .

Mrs Jack Wade, presiding need to know how to meet Its and Mrs Jackie Strickland and two Education. I OF THE COLOSSAL

Twelve members attended. Mrs I needs for energy, for vitamins and children of Pinetta spent Wednes A. K. Black, of Lake City and The whole concept of ETV Is BEAST, starring Sally Fraser, Dean
Wm McChesney was devotional minerals, and other needed nutri day of last week here with Mrs former State Attorney, representing still somewhat controversial as to I Parkin. See the colossal giant des-
leader on Christ the Unifying Center I Lula Odom. the Third Judicial Circuit, qualified its maximum use. Before any I I troyed. Incredibly fantastic. A

and Mrs Mary Love Walker ents.What do you need to know I Mr and Mrs Marcus Morrison as a candidate for Circuit Judge specific line of action is decided towering terror-and you won't believe -

gave the program on Evangelism. Everyone needs to know that milk spent the week end near Quitman Group Mr Black L Third Circuit. upon the ETV concept must be your own eyes. Cartoon.
was the first
with Mrs mother public
Morrison's Mrs
The hostess served cake salted and milk products are an essential Parker. official to resign his post and enter thoroughly thought through by the '.

nuts and coffee. part of the diet-two or more cups Pine CI"O"eV1tU met in the the armed forces after Pearl NFJC faculty and administration.This JOURNALISM NFJC REPRESENTED AT

Circle No 3 met with Mrs Henry r for adults, three to four for children home of Mrs S P Odom with eight Harbor. He entered the Army as proposed action must be( -CONFERENCE
Tlagans with twelve members and four or more for teenagers. members and two visitor present a Captain and was discharged a cleared through the NFJC Advisory
t" one visitor attending. Mrs A li Cheese and Ice cream.may replace I I Mrs T H Weeks gave the devotional Lt ColoneL Upon his discharge be Board and the County Board of I Professors D Bass Earl of the R North Payne Florida andJames :
Armstrong conducted the business some of the milk. and several other ladies bad received A citation from the U S I Public Instruction. Junior College attended Junior
Arrrqr for the high standard a
session and Mrs Harry Nicholson Everyone needs to J know that at parts on the program. work and duties performed. of ETV In the North Florida, area College Journalism: Conference at

presented the .Bible study.. Mrs P J least two servings of meat fish, MRS BESSIE r HAMMOCK He has served two terms as may be one of the.two extremes the University of Florida School of
Parramorejled the Christian Education poultry or eggs should be a part of I CELEBRATES BIRHTOAY Post Commander of the American listed below, a combination or Journalism and Communications in
program, A chicken salad each day's diet. And that four Legion. At present is serving en modification of each or both. II Gainesville Saturday. March 12.
course wifh' coffee was served. servings of whole grain or enriched I Mrs Bessie Hammock of Pinetta the Board of Governors of the 1. Short Range Plan: The ETV I Mr Payne is an Instructor of
: English NFJC and is
e r It bread or cereals are needed every was honored on her 74th birthday Florida Bar Association. He also''broadcast station is ,located 19 at faculty-
of the college annual. Mr
sponsor
March 13th a"party has served the city of like City miles southwest of
Sunday by at Tallahassee.
Is ,
Bass Instructor of Social.
Mrs KlrbyReichnmnn; left Tuesday day.About as Qty Attorney. an
vegetables and fruits-four the home of her daughter, Mrs W C Florida State University the ETV; Science and Is Co-Director of Pub-
to visit her son, Nat Norfieet, Keith u he is familiarly known
servings every day will help provide Thompson. Production Center for this area lie Relations for the college.
at'tme t : ha 1ta11fallt..l.. s. The beautiful white birthday js-married to the former Lassie!
!L. .. "" : t" r. the minerals and vitamins essential Goodbread Mrs WIDPlpe.In" by microwave Delegates to the all-day meet-
Black has
'. I'fx-, ,.j44 cake decorated with pink rosebuds served:1:
Mwe.7r: -returned\ from for good he Jth. Of these, Columbia County as Home Demonstration dosed<1rcult programs to NFJCIn Ing discussed such topics as Junior
_rPR, !: ; and candles was served with punch. -
Archbold. hospital Tuesday, where one should be citrus fruit, tomatoes Four daughters were present for Agent. She is prominent in order to do this, a 200-foot high College Public Relations-Publicity

she was und r treatment or raw cabbage to provide the gala occasion, Des Jt H Keeling, church clubs and the 'lodaT life gain antenna tower will be erected Programs, Campus Newspapers%
vitamin C, Another should, be a'' Mrs.lyey Wlgfcsworth, and Mrs W of the county. They have three on the NFJC campus. These programs and Campus Yearbooks. The con

A Let wrffler .! tailpipe green or yellow vegetable J' rich in Thompson, all ,of Pin etta, and i I Edna daughters Carolyn Davis of QTY,I II 't will be available only to demonstration ference was climaxed with a special
vitamin A.1 ; .J *' : Mrs Fred Joseph of Valdosta. Ten I I Westberry of Perry and I the classrooms on the NFJC campus on teaching Journalism'
Nettle Black of Gainesville I bytelevision. :_.
These simple rules for selection grand-children, Mr Pierce.enroling; He is ; they cannot be seen in the
1 brother and Mrs a graduate of the University I
4 expwls'ckck jtttexkinst ;: of food each day from four.basic a Florida Gram of Florida Law 'home. Channel 11 will) be assigned Mrs Russell Frink of Jacksonville -
ling, a sister, of Pinetta and friends School is admitted
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food groups will help you :.to, havea were also guests. to practice law in the U S'to this dosed circuit I and daughter Mrs RobertCleveland
; 'system d free! diet that 'provides 1 'energy, a feeling Mrs.. Hammock received many Supreme Court Circuit: Court of 2. Long Range Plan: The ETV and daughter Carol of'
of well-being and an optimistic/lovely gifts. Appeals and Federal and State I broadcast stations will be located Norfolk Va. are weekend guest*

: Muffler :tail outlook- on life. '. Courts. 19 miles southwest of Tallahasseeand of Mr and Mrs R C Home.
UM tip : '
The Third .
Fjor information on good nntrf- Judicial Circuit comprises on the campus of the -:[-
Band
.. ton attend the Nutrition wool:i Boosters Columbia Hamilton Suwan- city of Florida at Ga Uni\-er-I I Misses Sissy Wade and Nancy:'
nee, Madison
Lafayette, Taylor and
taIedf.r.y each Friday night at 8:00 p m in Dixie Translator stations (re-broadcast Smith arrived Wednesday night
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the Madison County Agricultural To Meet Monday II stations) wilt be erected every 20; from Agnes Scott College to :spend:

19cJLN :Center. The Madison High and Elementary. Count1es..Wst miles to connect Florida State|I[:several days at their homes here

4 I I Band Boosters will hold its regular Circles UniversitY. North Florida Junior j i'Miss Rosemary dark, also a student -
meeting Monday 7&0 College, University of Florida and there arrives Saturday.
Mrs C A Blalock ii'convalescing evening from I
at home following eye' surgery recently I. til 830. A highlight of the meeting )Irs J J Sale Jr entertained the Jacksonville University. Operatingover I I I

a at Pineview Hospital' Mrs I will be a short concert by the high Helen Parramore Circle :Monday Channel 1L every home In

IIf+B, Blalock and her sister Miss school band and all band boosters afternoon with 12 members, and this area can pick up ETV programs '
Ap are invited to be present. The one visitor Mrs R 0 Lane. Mrs over their own Individual ,
Beatrice Griffin, who had been annual ,
spring concert wfll be May
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W T Davis added
opened the sets without any special, or
with her in Valdosta arrived 20 according to Mr Frank Fansler, program
home Sunday. band director. This promises to be with devotional The Spiritual Life equipmentAt ao l
a big e'ftt1t1th several surprises thought on the World Day of the present time, there is no

r and lots of good music. Prayer was given by Mrs R C certainty as,to which plan will be

JIM TONEY HOMES Dickinson and the study on Methodic followed FSU is supposed to start

I. BABY BARNEI Missions in Africa was given broadcasting on April 15. I960. The

BUILMWS OF OWNBR COMPLETED JWfES: by Mss L C Glass. University of Florida Is already

: FRAME 0*_BLOCK CONSTRUCTK Mr and Mrs W J Barnes of Mrs S H Moore was hostess to operating on Channel 5. Jacksonville one .
Columbus, Ohio announce the arrival the Hadden-Morrow circle with University will not broadcast

: ,NOTHING DOWN of a baby girl- March 7th eight present Mn W U Williamson I but serve: In a highly specialized

.. The baby weighed 6Ib 10 ox*. opened the program with the ,function to complement the functions

: MJILT ON YOUR OWN LOT! The little lady has been named Spiritual! Life thought The Spring I of both FSU and UF.

Debra Virginia Barnes. She is study on Missions: in Africa was Any official action concerningETV
2 OR S BBDHOOM MODELS. TO CHOOSE FHOMfriimiiiHf the grand-daughter of Mn Virginia given by Mn C C Hatheny. The and NFJC will be publicly announced 4Rlst&&i
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Wfetaff Mi bUe Fifth Mbiiririg Gross. hostess served san&viches, cookies and explained: by Dr hwnM .AeM

"J I .Afe at SM* AMUIoual ChM. *! Mrs Gross left last Wednesdayto and coffee. Marshall Hamilton, President of aletfsm/rMMsuor' !'

We JW* .. Yew visit her new grand-danghter Mrs Gordon Williams entertainedthe NFJC.
MNt Urn M* ..e..YinWesMONlaLY .
and family and: her daughter, ids Nende Bevan Orel with 10

PAYMENTS AS LOW AS Mary Jo Gross members present Mrs James Conway x

opened the program with the Erarade Mters. :, '/1.. ,
tI 2 Bedroom 1(' x M' ..... ... Mo. Mrs RC Home and Mrs Marshall
... ..... .... $33.00 dally Upper Room devotional and Ht R NIIROC"e (f

t 2 Bedroom, 24 x !t' .... ..... .......... ".40 Mo. Hamilton attended the Little White the mission study was presented by BRYAN ELECTRIC CO. 'A

,} 3 Bedroom, 24 x M ...... .. ......... .... "* .OO )(.0. Home Conference in Tallahassee Mrs J P Johnson The hostess -
f+ Monday, March 7th. served cake nuts and coffee.
COMPARE THE: HMT THEN BUY THE BEST I Mrs TC Coody entertained the

CAIX. : COLLECT, DISTRICT' OfFICE Janie Paul Circle Monday morning roe item WOFIJS

t j. Gwdjear Fare facto with eleven Plans ""
present were .. SfF YDIIR vim
T0PEY BUILDERS Inc. made for the April Church *eUviUes.
TIm The program consisted of NITROGEN DFdlf1

I t. 9 :P O. MC' Sil Lake City devotional by Mrs R C Home, and
.lMM 11S44C Inge stock, priced right study of African: Missions given
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by Mrs Marshall Hamdton.of .
BRANCH ;.. I"t :- Hesser

il t -' BeUVUe.3'JG:. ........' CaB OIIIIaCll.lfl'' .' 5-3811 BaIery A -a.er .Xa W...., t 0.:" tern C'A. JIO u..1 tended tfeefcatral i of Hr Fred Ma-

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Political --rallies .aek41JuIi.',i>y the : =r.
Madison County: :Demoet !te:E.ecu.tJ .

CommJttee i'''att: tMIows.... : 'igSAlE' ...- :' READING '
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Cherry Lake April 7,* .'. I : ;
Pinetta, April 11 .;Ii. ,Acrcc' Llptantf ; : { .. i' ;: .

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..Madison, April 30. ; "-v-" .w* be", f. <" "', -j' ADS I IN THE f .... ". .. ,'"

-',..All.. :-rallies.' are 'at :7:1.5i4. m, except '. '4., ," ::0' >\ \' '
the Madison'' rally. which Is I need listings on homes; acreage, .

at 2:00 p m. Preceding the rallies, farms lots. .
various .organizations\ will have re- .J. Ii a

freshments for sale, ,' 1 ', LUCfflDY 1 YARNERKEALTOB ,

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SAPPHUNS TOn SCHOOL BOARD across fromETZERSHOPPING ,'
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< S R*,Sapp'[ Route 3, Greenville, OFFICE PHONE: HU 3-6Si3<< .
NIGHTS & SUNDAYS: JIU 3-6808 .
is announcing his candidacy this -- '" '" -

week for .School Board,' District 4.Mr i'' -. "r T
'Sapp, 'who has previously I ,.'>fiJ'- .

served on the School Board for'' FOR SALE: 3-bedrootn house in .. .. _. .' : J :,
six years states in his announcement Priest Sub-division oak floors, r' ... '' .
two baths H B WINTENBURG. # ';.
that he will, if elected, "eonysclenttously -
r serve the people of the 29-2t-pd ,:"" 1:
county to the best of my ability.'" FOR SALE: One 16-Inch exhaust "'.;';" ..t..tiff '.. :i

J fan. $10; one .coif springs for .. .. ... -'w." .

\ FOR SCHOOLJBOARD double bed $7. PEP'S CAFE ... .'.. '( ;.i',, '
29ltpdFOR INI960 :: h" '" .
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', ', SALE: Nice home one block. r :"t' '., '. '
;I respectfully announce that Iam from Greenville High School J: i'. ; : .. .
ta"* candidate for School, Board, B DAVIS, phone HU 3-6601,: : .
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District 4, Madison County, Fla, Madison Fla. 29-tf-ch at. : t; ,
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Democratic '
subject to the pri !
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Oldsmobile J
FOR SALE ,One 1954 < '
maries. in May, 19CO. If you elect : k,,', i "
condition sell *
excellent priced to
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me to this office, will conscientiously
serve the people of the ',Contact 36240. B G WYCHE, Phone 29-tX-ch HU i II '; :.; <..

county to the best of my' ability I '.'
and work for the best interests'-of Furnished apartment for Rent : 1

the school children at all tlntes.-.- Phone :Mrs Van H Priest, HU :' '; :- ;

Thanking you for all past favors, '3-2331.. Madison., 529.2t-ch i ;

when I had the privilege of serving HELP WANTED i .:: ......'.. ,' t :.
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you six years on the School Board, ; '. ....:..- .a .
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and assuring you I' will' greatly appreciate $250 per hour or more for part ,:; .: ;, .. .:- '.: .. .t.
your vote and support.. I or full time route work. Large repeat -' '. ; : '
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am: orders. Man or woman. Write, To Keep Up With All"Those : t;,. .... : .::>
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'Very sincerely yours, MESS CO., Box 2766, DeSoto'Sta, : ;: .
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S R .SAPPFOR'CONSTABLE Memphis 2, Tenn. 29-2t-pd ...::... f... :
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..'- Advertised Bargains,! :.a..'..:, '
HELP WANTED" .
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DISTRICT 5
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LOOK: Splendid Rawleigh bus '?J
I respectfully announce that I'ama ness available in Madison Co. Exceptional ....
candidate for ,Constable, District opportunity for industriousperson. .'- & .
5, Madison County, Fla, subject to See C E HOWE, 91* WhiteSt ::. --. -7'__- '7 :: i
the Democratic primaries In May Live Oak, or write Rawleigh's
: 1960. If you elect me to the office Dept, FAC-140-18: Memphis. Tenn.1 MAC'S MOVES INTO'IJ BROWNING FAMILY REUNIONMr and Mrs Annie Laurie Beattle of ALL ;CANDIDATES-Please

I i of Constable, I promise fair faithful 3-18, 25 44-pd. SEttER SHOPPING- CENTER I I Tampa Others, and attending their families.from here were let us have your politiagfsd*!

Ir Impartial and honest administration "S and Mrs Dennis Browning Mr and Mr H A Browning and by TtTEStiAY NOON' Sjlthe.
of the law to .the best of GRAY ROBERTS We Mac's Furniture and Appliance spent the week end in Tampa where i'
Steve of Cherry Lake and Mr and latest. 'Thanks. THE :ErR
have moved intothe ,
Company they attended a family reunion in I I .
my ability. I have .had four years Mrs Gene Browning and Sebrina of
Setzer Shopping! Center into
Anna Delia Robert, daughter of honor of the 86th birthday of Mr
". of law enforcement experience with I Mr and Mrs H F Roberts of Shady the store formerly, occupied by the Browning's mother Mrs Nannie Lou: Valdosta Mrs Browning Is the widow of. KITCHEN CABINETS f
the Town of Greenville and feel Madison Home Center.
Grove became the bride of OUon Browning a former resident of
r Mr and
the late Asa Mr
', Browning. COUNTER TOPS
.' that I am qualified to serve the We want to thank our friends .,
Gray March 12 He Is the son of Mr : Madison County. I Mrs :Browning moved to Tampa .
people of the 5th District In this and Mrs C F, Gray of Madison. and customers for their business at ; Among those present for the from Lorett in 1925 shortly before G-E APPLIANCES :. f '
: important office, and will,: greatly Elder Leo V Bagley- officiated at the old location and Invite you to occasion were her seven children:I Mr Browning's death. Mrs Browning
the 9:30 In the come see us at the new store. Dennis Browning of Cherry Lake
appreciate your vote, and support p. In. ceremony
Sincerely home of the bride's parents. MACS FURNITURE ft APPLIANCE BID, Charlie, and Grady Browningof : bat 2S grandchildren. 33 great.grandchildren *
9q COMPANY. 23-lt-ch Mrs Martha Wilson of and one great-great- I
f J D BISHOP The bride wore a chapel length Tampa. 1 ]
drew of white satin, trimmed with Jacksonville, and Mrs Sue Young Crandchfid.
.' Chantilly lace. SPEAKERS' TOURNAMENT AND .h.
FOR CONSTABLE DISTRICT ,8
Her lace cap was edged with BIBLE SWORD DRILL ,
ridescents and she carried a cascade Guard !
';1 respectfully announce that I arrangement of red sweetheart your family

......, .... ... am a candidate for Constable roses. Representatives of twenty-six :
ott'Disfiict. 8," "MadkoivCouptyj Fla, Miss Betty Jean Sheffield was churches in the Middle Florida
:,"t';1 subject to the Democratic primariesin the maid ,ot.honor. Baptist Association met Monday with ;

May I960. If elected to this Lewis T Gray served as< his evening 4n ihe..Cherry Lake Baptist Fight cancer a: ,
mother's best man. *"
position I will be on call 24 hours Church for the iatnpetItiveSpeakers' '
:(. A reception followed in the homeof
: a day, and render fair and impartial Tournament and Bible
after which
the bride's parents clie
law-enforcement service to the newlyweds left for their homeIn Sword DrIll &upandacheck-:
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>. the people of the district. I will i Tallahassee.The Curtis Koon, of Mayo, a student -

greatly appreciate your vote and bride was graduated from of North Florida Junior Col- ,
r... support. Very sincerely Taylor County High School and l ege, was rated first place in: the
:-I ROBERT D WALKERFOR has been employed at the Leon speakers tournament, His subjectwas

---- County Health Dept. In Tallahassee Moral Courage Through Daily
for the past two )ears. The bride
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Mrs
COUNTY COMMISSIONER Decisions He was sponsored by
... groom 4s employed by Flower
I Ernest Page of Madison First Baptist
aWng Company in Tallahassee
DISTRICT ONE Church.
y Out of town guests were: Miss
t!. ;11 respectfully announce that X Clara Roberts Mrs Jessie Stewart, The First Baptist Church was

am., a candidate for County> Com Mr and Mrs Troy A'ua.and son,' represented in the Bible Sword
missioner. District One. Madison' Mr and Mrs Lewis T Gray Mr Drill by Miss Helen Smith who r
County subject to the action of the
and Mrs W R Wentworth and Mr rated lit, and Miss Sharon Wilder
Democratic primaries In May, it(
and Mrs John Williams.cORN Both will representtheir
elected I promise faithful honest, I runner-up.
conscientious performance' of the church at the next tournament
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'"', duties of the office with fair treat! $1.25 ii Jasper to be held in Perry.

'! mint for the people of the county 'The OyathiDe Baptist church
as |a whole and I earnestly solicit GREENVILLE BAPTIST I sponsored three participants in the

." your co-operation and vote and CHURCH NEWS I Bible Sword Drill They were El

support for which, I .shalT always In spite of the bad weather and i mer Wilson, Mike Amsden and }

.. befwost. gratefuL P" | "flu services "were good at the I Miss Peggy CaOwun Kiss Bowen
-Sincerely '
'XARY1tJ',' 'BASS Greenville Baptist Church Sunday.I of Tallahassee conducted the
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music furnished by the arbiter..
t.:' Special was questionnaires and acted as
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.. Mr and Mrs Gordon Williams :church and carol choirs. Horace Weaver, of Cherry Lake, ,
The subjects were Revival Director Middle .. ,
attended the Georgia-Florida Hant sermon of Florida Bap-
I
ware Convention stud **HRUfacting at Mizpeh In the morning tilt Association .presided, and Mrs T

.',' ing Showing In .Jaohronviite. la* and Agrippa. Before Taul 'In 'the Weaver led in group singing. A
wefek-end. f evening. special musical feature was a* doet
J J Services for this coming Sunday by Miss Nelda Weaver and Miss 1

elv'fad4st' TarMt "1 hold great promise. The pastor's Nary Jean Franklin.
to- .. >,..,." #
of lie t ; r .ll Sermons will,, i-Revival fet Sinai The Rev John Collins, pastor,
'14 Z .i't-t,: FA end Don't We K*Third. gave the opening prayer, and the 1

.4t"" .1"rr'I I gets in tare Assodational prayer of dismissal was by the Rev

t" 1"' !.i"" erclc.- "- iaitea+ialtw .' ,.... llir end DriH will gWea.: demon.ctkq Wynn of Pinetta. There was an :.

., ... :* of ,heir aQityto use the attendance of over eighty. .'u J
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;'T i Iiies' ilbSe SSg the rooming worship 1

w, hour, and the winner in,the speakers ;
'
CALL contest will deliver his speech WATCH THE E-R FORFfoc's AMERICANCANCER .

r ; Birkepfaoae '. during the evening worship hour. o /J' Send 1,1t1411.tU your Jnit.bfp ;:.: 1

I x xi xi The Sunday School Is planningan Fmi ie ...: H ;

e. ,1" ;,., unusual attendance and enlist- !
I \AI. 'raent ,.campaign during the monthof .5 .

, 5' 293J Perry Ilod & April. .. t
, The public: Is cw&B?::invited to ft
atteat all servU a. The Spirit FORMAL (OPDWC -l uv ,; SOC1EJYI

coiN $125 I ,iil J s r ti MIl vM .OTMM *'t*Ne:" V ; : -p. f, ]

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;.: i i C'ALL these things are against: ,\ .
4 ," said a downhearted t
old man once. Even the young: and 't. f
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i strong getthe feeling that certtee ;. n ; "
kinds.of things are against th M ". j r :,&:,.. '.'tJi.''( .'.; ,

We all do, more or leu. When beweather r-t, j.. .1iIf'., 1 aY .."
sets in;when people wom't r"
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$. take our advice; when. we.,see. ..- ': .. : ;' a
trouble coming : .., .. ; :
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and have ho way : ,. '
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to stop it; when .
we are alone In ::
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the midst of
strangers; when
:we're been In jail 'iT
for two years;
! when we are the .
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} low man on thetotemwe
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\>. feel these things Dr. rortmen x .

are against us.We seldom think of S4' .
J them as open doors to opportsarftr.stniflea ; ,J .
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t OB Offend S u ../. '. : : ,. :

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,; 'When we are riding 'the situation .....-of'._.,..;t ..,. ..........' ". .. ",. + M .
,'so to speak;'when we are to'the : :
.. !A... driver's seat and have everything .. ,
v, well in hand; when thingsare r: :--.::.;.. M'-- M {
happening because we ordered w Jb
and arranged things that way; I .t
then we sing that everything's
coming our way. But when the
situation is not in hand when '

every thing about the situation is r,
either unexpected or unwanted and
nothing good can be said about it,
I then we groan that everything is
against us. Nothing is more depressing .
than. a situation out of

hand. I .' .
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However, there was a 'remarkable : ..
Christian whose story is told f /i M.r CJ.

" in the book of Acts, who never 1'j'. ,
would admit that everything was : .'!>> "'. .

gainst him. He always knew God f '-J- J. .-...., ,
was for him and that was the 1 ; '.' i J :
main point Situations might fet f.'.
r, TTHE CHURCH FOR ALL .
out of his hands but not out of ,
God's hand. Consider Paul one of I ALL FOR THE CHURCH

-a batch of prisoners aboard a t The Church is the greatest factor on earth for '"' .
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pIn-ship on a grey November' : the buHdiat oC character and good cit" unsalp." '

-cay, bound across the MeAterranean .., ,. Did you ,eer.notice.. ., I WUI.sma.11 \-;.1.J.2talk .abputGod. yritlVrafaith ItlSa''orcLouMof+pmtnal values. Without.. r ..: ,
to the AL"
atnpbt's .
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" When he stepped per baud fee ao-simple;?so beautiful 'that youfcannot'question its sincerity strong Church. neither democracy norcmlaatton t.1. ",.

-was already at UM bottom,e C.tfcetieap. I : :Ask: them why .they. liketKe rain, for instance, and they may aniUIIIVn1Ye.. There are four sound reasons why '
.He had been two Years to jH, I should attend serrkes regularly and !. ,
ewer "Because God made it so the. flowers will grow.19Unlike ; every person
be was then actuaBy stacMed wMfc 1 .. :. .,
1 support the Church. They are: (1)I For I his 4
'* chain, he was probably mot IB own tale. (2) For his du1dma"'M1e.: (3) For r
good health be had only OM or children God order without doubt '
'. gro wn uPs, accept a Y R
.f I two friends with him, the net the sale of hit community+ and nation. (4) For =
were all prisoners soldiers and They believe in his lore for them as naturally as. they get up with the sale of the Church itself whkh needs his ,

asllors, a pretty!rough crowd far a the daylight and, go to bed with the dark. moral and material support Plan to go to
preacher. Not only that bat, fee .'. .
tad given good advice (Den't saU, I I r.. : *church regularly and read your Bible dairy.bSy .

had the,BtormIe&8OI1 been turned .dOWD.is starting/Pa1ll)WMn butt,' (":: In God's eyes, we are all children 1 His children. And what '. Book tartar Chapter y .Verses

old 'Mediterranean head, fee \., .' we adults have{lost in the way of-, visIon, in the way of ;fafth, must Sunday II Corinthians 1 rti4
'knew the weather ...."Bat BO- ,., Monday :Matthew 18 1-6
body paid him any miad. Then *\* ,be renewed and replenished 1 with each day and advancing yea We, .t'Tuesday Matthew 21 17-22

ame the storm and' the sMf- I S ( too, can find God again-and, often, ourselves as well-by going to Wednesday John 12 44-50
wreck. Read an about It la Aeto.
It was a narrow squeak. church, by praying, and by accepting the love He stands so ready Friday Thursday Psalms Ecclesiastes J t?11

UHIi Man to lie! KM to give us. Saturday Romans 12 1.21

The point is Paul sever spent a -S "
minute wishing he were in a better S S
situation. He never put in a complaint .. ,- .,
if ?
that all these thus were G17 tk UFO, JCriifer Air. t ,,*r, Itmttrg. V*
against him. He used the opportunity
an these disasters gave bins
But he did not use it tor himself
he used it for others. To be'sure, .
he could not resist saying in effect
.! told you so."But he did not stop
with that. He became the most .."'" .

useful the a dp and. When most respected they started IMA fce ea 1., These Ref gioue Message are, being Published Each Week Sponsored by the Following Individuals and .

was just another prisoner,t little
man in every jweaer when tfce ,. ::- ..; .r.1'f; Establishments: .,
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crash came he was the )big,&MA. '
For one thing, he brought cottrafe .! i.. . .. fII* . .

to the others by his own fku
He talked language they co M set JunderataDd. ,'MADiSON. DRUG STORE REGISTER'S.AUTO SERVICE WESTERN AUTO STORE (Y
Get to eat .
sometktac ,
Phone IfU 3-6'50 Madiion Fla. DUNN
he said.And doIL"tht anybody steal 'Tbe Rexall Store J. J. Sale Jr., Owner FURNITURECO.s, .
the life-boat .
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was so confident His faith WM net S E R MORROW INSURANCE. iXEANERSWfceWyoar 7) rJ
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taro it was in Gad Ms. H Is M 1ATTERT-; .,TDtEJCO'. ,. '. AGENCY l 'A <. clothe*._are not, bit

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I JDayipt BJIack& y A 171.ces Fer Tt UK Yiters Mr and Mrs Harry Allen ofItoultr1e. Mr and Mrs AH Armstrong
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were week end guests were guests of their son-ln-Uw and I
I. DeIrtnStere of Mr and Mrs Oscar Home of daughter Mr and
K. Fir Sheriff f Re-eiecfoa i inMNM.. v. HRT Cherry Lake. Cunningham In Gainesville Mrs Sunday.Richard

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Bill Mack Hendry tossed his hat I Clean, uniform I
all merchandise fromR. into the ring Tuesday morning for Before making your decision
Is selling Sheriff of Madison County. In his 1 think of Ike. Hell thank you USED BRICK
MICKLER'S at announcement elsewhere in this always and treat ;you right. : :&i $35per
issue, :Mr Hendry stated 'Please I
= 1000, plus delivery charges
HALFPRKE join' me in this campaign for a J. L (Re) Hutto
better Madison County in which to 3-!n and 4-In!
live and rear our children.:" FOR TAX COLLECTORPaid .'

OUR OWN STOCK OF NAVACO AWNINGS ( political adv't) ; USED FLOORING

40WERTON SUPPLY COMPANY ( i
Sweaters aid JacketsARE
TALLAHASSEE The Florida The Rev J M Gammon of Lake
REDUCED 113 Highway Patrol today called the City, S C, was the guest of },[rand I / $50-$6M70

average pedestrian a "constant Mrs KIrby Reichmann Satur- per 1000 ft. Good heart material-
You can now buy clothing you hazard to himself" as he sneaks: day and Sunday while here to fill good for sub-floor, sheathing and
across. the highway or a street the pulpit at the Presbyterian porch floors
want at
church Sunday morning.
where there is no regular cross
7 walk. 1 6-in. Square Edge
Tretnl sS."" Patrol Commander H. N KIrk. O: o<::::)(>

men said that after a study of, / SIDING BOARDS
See us for better vafees pedestrian death and injury in Gwdyear Tires $12.95 3 n 1s $50

Florida last year, one definite fact r per 1000 board feet.
DAYLKtfTMPART1EKTSME comes:: to the fore: 670 x 15, All-Weather tube-typ

"I "Many .pedeitrlanf ...Rre constant Judge Hal W Adams .of Mayo. plus. tax and recappable tin. Plenty of good used house sills
hazards to themselves and others today formally launched his ;campaign and framing xnaterfaK-Big savings.
by their reckless disregard of traffic for re-election as Circuit ME'SSERBattery
laws. How man.tor: you can Judge of the Third Judicial Circuit:
MADISON, FLA., honestly plead NOT GUILTY to which comprises the counties of PAUL B. WILLIAMSON Enterprises
& Tire Co. ,
such charge he asked. Suwannee Hamilton, Lafayette,
I The Patrol 'Chief emphasized that Colombia Madison. Dixie and Tay PHONE HU 3-6781 1 MADISON FLORIDA
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traffic laws were made for the
MRS. HOSANNA TUTfJN protection of both pedestrian and lor.Judge Adams has served as Circuit

Mrs Hosanna Tuten, 70, of Shaw, motorist and pointed out that statistics Judge since appointment to the _
indicate that many traffic ac- office by the late GoY John W Mar m1
died at her home Monday after an -1
ddents reckless
are caused by pedes
tin. Prior to that time he served i
extended Illness. She was born in
trian walking habits and their In. of Coun TOUR CHOICI OP TWO NEWS1ZXWAGONSAMERICA'S
ai County Judge Lafayette
Taylor county but had lived in
t' difference to the necessity for fslaart
Madison county over 75 years. She obeying traffic laws at all time ty. t.
He has served president of LowaT-PRtcO
as
was a member of the New Home Such regulations as those which ',
the County Judge's Association And
Baptist church. avoid C-PASSCMGUr COMPACT WAGON
to
required pedestrians Jaywalking
Survivors are her husband, M T has also served as chairman of
k, to wait for the green light
Tuten, of Shaw; two daughters, the Florida Conference of Circuit
to use the crosswalks, and to ob .. ,,
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... .. Mrs Sim, r1drend Mrs S B Rt'other life-saving rules, are Judges. :LI / .. :..anw!!J
,.. Madison Judge Adams has been member r : t w "
a
y Boss both of ; two ons. Intended to protect them from death and M ; u tt
Gussie Tuten, Madison, and L P' of the Bar Association of Floridafor .... .
and in traffic. They can accomplish
Injury
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f Crnce of Greenville: one sister, Mrs that Commander many years and has served on = pIoII

;' L R Clayton of Greenville: one II N Klrkman purpose said only if they many important legal committees, ......-...-apKt ewe
r brother.. Bud Pickets :Madison; 13 are obeyed. having been a member of the com.mlttee lie, b4A.........
_. grandchildren and four great-grand- that put Into effect many of .A.. Io.M-MkN _
r children CANDIDATES-Don't,be too the rules under: which the court ........... ; '
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Services were held at 3 In. actc today.
i. p. conservative about proclaimingyoUr a.r tit W hrM Lew 1hw.1M.
1( fuesday in the New Home Baptist I He has been assigned by various .../.M .alue.. LT S Y cwt S4Mp s w.ia1
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virtues in E-R ad. Remember .ae..r-
:: church, with interment following an Governors of Florida to serve tempo- w-sew
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{ In San Pedro cemetery The Rev your opponents are rarity In many circuits:: In Florida Welcome toFord's
: Dozier Sapp and the 'Rev Eldddge not likely to say many good 81 Circuit Judge and has on a
;''' Lyons officiated and the. T J Beg& number of occasions been invited
;;. Jr Funeral" Home was in charge. things about you., by the Chief Justice of the Florida Wagon Wonderland '.
Supreme Court to serve as a member -

> \. EYERYDAYLADffS'DAY. He of Is the a member Florida Supreme of many Court.social It's your widest choice. from America's Wagon Specialists

f }iIi,. .,< legal and fraternal organizations. America's: "wagon boss" has done it again! Wagon loadspace is almost 9 feet long with thetailgate
having served as Grand Master of Fonfs put together the greatest wagon how down J Take a look at luxury For elegant
". f tz ;: I.'.. Masons of Florida. oo earth, so come In and least your eyes on interior, Ford wagons can't be matched; I
Judge Adams addressed the annual seen all-new wagon wooden. And feast your eyes on America's lowest price
w meeting of the American Bar See cargo space galore I For Instance Falcon tags for wagons! I

or'J ,'........ Association in Chicago one of the
singular honors bestowed on the
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+ Jurist
7[ He Is an active member of the x&
r t Methodist Church in Mayo. He is

married to the former Bessie Organ 1M,..,......... _
"y. and they have two daughters M Wwt-e MAW __ ..
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,: Mrs R P Thornton of Macon, Ga .=:.r e .b sus
,-: and Mrs W C Airth of Live Oak. =,_a..,
f>: In announcing for re-election. w MM1Aw h err,
i Judge; Adams said that due to the
busy schedule of the spring termsof
Court, be would not fee able to .........--
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'1 am humbly grateful the ;
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..(Not .only coarteer bt food' business inspires cfcr special people of the Third Judicial Circuit ;". utAUstvrtwACOHwo AT YOUR IOItD ocAtursFORD OCRS

I i: ;attention to the bed seeds of women whose im- for allowing: me to serve them T.UJ. > WAGON! WONDERLAND
r;,,:-' :jjertaHt financial role ia our economy is a well known in this Important office. I have dill-
'" tfact: They :feel at home here I Ii gently tried to temper Justice with
mercy to the cases which have HARDEE MOTOR CO.
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.,. "f' ... ENTERFRi'DOORDm .
I "F RIDAMiLth 18th, 1960 '.rIlE : MADISON. FLORIDA PAGE ELEVEN
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CANDIDATES
Don't let
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I your friendly opponents buy up,[ MR. FARMER! .
.:; all the ad
space in The E-R

from now till the election, .

'* Many voters who read will absoib -
a
.... every word of your mes
W sage.R .

4. E RAGANS DIES [ .

.It I AT' LOCAL HOSPITAL ,a' GARDEN SEEDS FEEDS

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HOSPITAL NEWS Robert Early litigant age 80 a COKER'S SEED CORN FERTILIZER i >

., lifelong resident of Madison I. \
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sl I, ; i ii ,- Admissions: W K Woodtrd ansi ,County and retired farmer died .. .FUNK'S' SEED CORN S COTTON SEED

Susan Hitchcock. Mrs Ted*\WJ1a. early Friday morning, at Madison DIXIE 18 SEED CORN
Mrs Lois BLUE MOLD POISON
i Reeves M W Cherry"Sr. County Memorial Hospital lie was
Mrs Mar)1yn Satater, R E flagon a member of the
Mrs Lee Baptist PLACE YOUR ORDER FOR LIQUID NITROGEN EARLY
Joyce Sessions, William Flem
Church, ", -
and
had aIde 'circle
ing.Mrs Irene [ of
Andrews Mrs StellaMathews
,
:i:.. Mrs Ina Pert. Miss Diana relatives and friends. I- FARMERS MUTUAL[ EXCHANGE

'" Marrfqulan Mrs Letha lola Phillips, Survivors include his wife, Mrs
Alvin Cannon John Mercer, Mrs Delia Ragas, of Lee; five I Phone HU 3-2269 Madison Fla.
Betty Tuten, Mrs Iris Wells, Mrs ters, Mrs Irene Andrews, daU&b-1 --

Minnie Ktaard, Mrs Willie Lee T Gibson, Sr. Mrs J A Da.\ ADVERTISERS E-R will
Lc'ALL Webb Johnny Letehworth MrsDelia I Mrs Carl Bevis, all of Madison ( r.
Ramans.X and Mrs Rodney Tyson of Live appreciate your ad copy by LATEST HIT
>ismi* ed: Mrs VIrgSe Webb 6 pjn. TUESDAY. THANKS.
;i .. ... transferred Oak; five sons, Henry Ragans,
to Gainesville, Fla., hospital .
: Robert Phillip. Mrs Arm InUDetoach. Iry A Ragans, C Vernon Ragansand NUTRITION SCHOOL RECORDSatI
CANDIDATES-Don't throw your hat in the political Mrs Annie Hicks William George Ragans, all of Madison The second session-Stay Youngfor

ring without having your photo printed in The E-R. Fleming Gene Sevor Kelly and J 0 Ragans, of Palatka; Life SerIes-being held at the

Should you need a new picture, your E-R political photo- Woodard Philip Cobon, Mrs Ber- one brother, Arthur E Pagans of County Agricultural Center March Smith Drug
grapher will oblige, for a modest fee. nice Brown Tully Wells, J A Lane, Lee; one sister, Mrs S E Whitty 18th at 8:00 p. m. win feature Miss.
Mrs Lois Hughey. Alvin Cannon. of Lee; twenty-one grandchildrenand Alice Cromartee Extension Nutri
s Mrs Ina Pert Mrs Ted Willis and three tion Specialist Florida State tint StoreMr
tai great-grandchildren.
Lflerat ? CYPRESS may Mrs. Lois Reeves, Susie Bitch- versity. This session was cancelled
cock, Mrs Marilyn Saluter and Services were held at 11 a m last week because: of illness but

)Iipe experts check ;ARDENStfvftlAm baby, Mrs Joyce Sessions, Fred Saturday In the chapel of the T J we will continue this week where and Mrs Alfred Patton left
jtvextant
Dasher, Mrs Betty Tuten and baby. Beggs Jr Funeral Home with the we left off. Friday to return to their home In
** BABY WILLIS Rev I T Carter, of Lee and the The meetings are open to everyone
free! Linden. Ind after a week's visit
sjste& trust ss 1.III 2M.W III Mr and Mrs Ted Walls announce Rev' James T Barber Madison who is interested in knowing
with
the birth of a son, March 8. lie officiating Mrs Dale Leslie rendered more about the way food contributesto Mrs Patton's mother. They
Muffler awl tape) weighed 6 Ibs. and 7 ozs. I meditation music. Interment followed well-being and looks. were called here by the death of
BABY TUTEN Mrs J Meek Clark of Jacksonville.
nOlORNEPBEW AND In Macedonia Cemetery. CANDIDATESDon't let
Mr and Mrs Royce Tuten announce ----
Ktalei fsr ,ttiyi E the birth of a baby girl Active pallbearers included Messrs your friendly opponents buy up e COUNTER TOPS
tIDEELECTr f bonr March 1L She weighed 7 H J Brown, Mellous Moon John an the ad space in The E-R I. G-B APPLIANCES
i lbs and 14 ozs.BABY Henry Phillips, Clayton Webb S A
. i i Me Senator and :Mrs W Turner Davis SALUTER" Kinsey Jr S A KInsey Sr. Larrie from now till the election KITCHEN CABINETS

L.. entertained with a coffee Sunday Mr :Many voters who read will absorb
afternoon and Mrs Philip Saluter announce Cherry, Wallace McMullen and -
complimenting their the birth of a baby girl. Felton Almond. every word of your m es- 1 II
I nephew, William Turner Beggs and March a She weighed 8 lbs and I ,
;I his fiancee, Miss Barbara Xaughton, 3H oil WOJIAJTS CLUB PROGRAM sage. a .uw OEM .. i
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daughter of Mr and Mrs F E Deceased: Robert Early Ragans.

/ Naughton, whose marriage will COLORED PATIENTS Affairs The Department and Legislation of International Mrs A F YOU and YOUR STATE
take Admitted: James McDonald,
II place Saturday, May 7. !Harrison, chairman, presented the
Comellia .
The rooms of the lower floor of Randolph Maggie Mobley
the woman's
and F J Simmons. :program at club coffee
I the spacious home were open en Discharge: Corianne Lee and Thursday morning at the club house. B DOLLARS AHEAD
Mr and Mrs Leon Mason Jr of suite to the guests and were decorated Thomas Herring. I Plans were discussed at the/.busi-

Jacksonville, were weekend guestsof with spring flowers from ness meeting and committeeS 'ap- ,6

of his grandmother, Mrs R L their gardens. In the arrangementsof Mosley; pointed and the for nominating the Annual May committee Fete. when you shop

A Millinor. :Mr Mason who is with I camellias and azaleas the colon
named to
announce new officers.
where
J:: the U S Coast Guard and has recently V blended from a delicate pink to THURSDAY, MARCH 17 Prof James Moncrfcf of the NFJC V -f' a youseethis :
finished of trainIng deep rose, on the mantels and Read Psalm 32:1-3
a course faculty discussed International! Relations .... sign,
at a Naval school, In Jackson*, tables throughout The same lovely Fore are consumed by thine as one well versed in tie
ville with honors,. Is leaving for, color note and decor prevailed In anger. and by thy wrath are we history of international affairs and f ,
troubled.
(Psalm 907.
his assignment at Guam.RECORDS the dining room where the dining A ) of the problems confronting the wE
certain atheistic farmer
once
nations of the world.
table was covered with a ruffled
proposed to demonstrate that be
One fallacy of American
net cloth over pale pink satin. The could violate the laws of God with- representatives at foreign our courts he
ruffle reached to the floor and
was out
suffering any serious effect
pointed out was their lack of
caught at Intervals with bows of Accordingly, he cultivated an acre knowledge of the language and historical -
pink ribbons holding nosegays of of ground entirely upon the Lord's background of the countries .. ENMPS
camellias Centering the table was Day In deliberate violation of the to which they are sent making a

I-. -RECORDS a silver epergne holding azaleas Fourth Commandment At the end i translator necessary. An open discussion -
of the season he reaped a good
tI and camellias. Branched silver followed in which club members
I=nest and boasted of what he had
I candelabra on the table held lighted took part.NEW .
RECORDS done. A pious old neighbor said to
pink candies, and coffee was poured: him "Retnrmber, God doesn't al-
from silver services end. BEST SELLER AT LIBRARY TWRFdollArs ahead because yaurSsfl"8rieq .
at either Nays pay in October, but He always .
:: Visit Four Ore-'" 'Tep"and The rooms 'were eandJellghtei pays..* Franca Parkinson-- Keyes new Stamps give you alta values In Distinguished

LP Record Shop te&y '. throughout. This is the common experienceof book, Station Wagon In Spain has Merchandise ft DO added COlt to you' .
Mr and Mrs Davis, their honorees humanity. God always pays. Ha been donated to Madison Public
w Mr and Mrs T J Begs Jr, man misery, as Psalm 90 suggests, YOGA
INK follows In Library by a friend of the Library. STATE if! dc4Iari ahead;too v because sax
the wake
of human sin.
and Mr and Mrs Naughton received The book, a ben seller Is accredited
.. Early man Interpreted human'mis- by the critics of the author's is a big buyer of your Statt'i. manufactured
In the as
n formal one
she receiving lipe
a result of ... ... ..
"' L diI" "StiiiI living room. ery man's as sla Cod's anger at best* *" products for 600 Green Stamp redemption
Rather it Is because
A number of friends assisted In God has established the universe sue. ceaten across the nation
dos N E HaMoek St. entertaining. Dr Henry Messer Jr of New
as a moral order, and those who
Receiving guests at the front door York City was the guest of his oI-J.
Phone HU 34827JN violate the moral Jaw suffer there So stop INn you see the sign W
were Mrs H C Merryday Mrs Ashley by. Horace Bushnell said: "We are parents, Mr a"d Mrs Henry
-= ....J Miner, from until s-tLe aSp that JD.*n .xtr.vaJuf ..
Bcggs, Mrs Crill Merryday punished by our sins and not for Friar Monday.
Mrs J G Ashley Sr and Mrs Carl them. We are rewarded by our virtues -. --- OT your horns State too.
THE CIRCUIT COURT, 3rd Karstedt Pouring coffee were Mrs and not for them.* WATCH Tlffi E-R FORMac's

JUDICIAL +CJRCUrr OF FLORIDA T J Bcggs, Jr Mrs F E Naughton, Because God has made the on!. Furniture &
IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY.IN I verse a moral order, sin alwaysmakes
Mrs C E Russell. Mrs: Wallace
CHANCERY for misery. Repenting of our
Minnie Lee Blue Bryant, Plaintiff. Winter and Mrs Ralph Reddick sins and right doing always make Applimce
vs.Marion Out-of-town relatives and friends for peace.

Bryant, Defeadaat Included Mrs Wallace Winter and PRAYER: Our heavenly Father, FORMAL{ OPENING
TO: Marion Bryant Building 6, four children, Ocala, Mr and Mrs we would come to Tbee In true I

Apartment 17 Asbury Park, New i Ralph Reddick and three children repentance. --- --
Jersey. I Jacksonville, Mr and Mrs Crill We would acknowledge our sins .

DIVORCEYou Merryday. Tallahassee, Mrs John aid pray for Thy cleansing. We .
are hereby notified that a Henry Hintermlster Sr and Mrs would lay hold of Thy forgiving
Bill of Complaint for Divorce Has John Henry Hintermister Jr of love. In Christ's name. Amen. f
been filed against you and you are THOUGHT FOR THE DAY -
Gainesville, Mr and Mrs Leon
required to serve a copy of your "Wash me thoroughly from mine
Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Mason and Miss Margaret Mason Iniquity. N' rL
Tampa; Mr and Mrs Leon Mason, -ROY H
:: Complaint on the Plaintiffs At. SHORT (Tennessee) _
torney R. E. Cowart whose address Jr Jacksonville; Dr Henry Messer World-Wide Bible! Reading-John

Is Madison. Florida .and Hc the or New York; Miss Ruth Sims of 1321-38.

I I.;.. V original answer or Pleading In the Lake City and Mr and Mrs Ashley rVVV ;
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Fralelgh of FSU. BIRTHDAY DINNER .

Court in find for Madison County, _
Florida on or before the 26th day Mrs R L Millinor was honored :

'y of Marcb A. D. IS*). U you fail Ferd Naughton Jr of Georgia Sunday with a birthday dinner

,;;.. to do so, Decree Pro Confesso will Military Academy was here Jew m given in the private dining room
: be entered against you for the relief week end visit with his parents, Mrand at Hotel Madt n. Tables laid for y.F P

1fi demented In the Bfll of Complaint Mrs F E Naughton. and was a. twenty-five guests were decoratedwith

'} guest Sunday afternoon at the colorful spring flowers.
The Enterprise-Recorder ,is hereby: coffee given by Sen and Mrs W
Enjoying the occasion with :Mrs
designated as die newspaper! Ie''Turner Davis honoring his sister ::
which said order shall be ,..'lIe Med 'Miss: Barbara Naughton and her Mniinor: were her son-in-law& daughter. -
Mr and Mrs Leon Mason and *
once a week for'f sur(4)) ewe :fiance, William Turner Beggs. 3
weeks. daughter. Miss Margaret Mason
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of 'Tampa, Mr 'And Mrs Leon
Witness wyM d to sKteW seal l CERTIFIED EMPIRE
this 24th day of February, A. D. Mason of Jr Jacksonville R L I i.

,.. 1960. CorroN SEED Mffltar Jr. Madison; Mrs Willie ; _
DALE', x. LESLIE;; Morrow and Mrs 0 O Miler, of

i.: perk Cire9it.. CeuaL at Tallahassee; Mr and Mrs Guy Newest' Idea on tour wheels The Plymouth XNR, latest ofAxnerica'a

(COPY (SEAL) Morrow and three daughters Mr ldea can;" features an entirely new departure in automobile styling

By Jane W. o Bsfcer.> D. COtH J. C. HJRNCTTCXADfgON, and Mrs Fred MkkJcr, Mrs E P trben viewed from any angle. A >single fin ia the form of a graduated
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M .. Sanders Jr. Mr J P Morrow It is off-caster to
4 and Mrs pbae, ross the length of the car. ccBceatrate styling
III GiI Mr and Mrs Pat Millinor and arosad the driver of this low, lean roadster.Frame for the front grille and

$1.25. Js-str son, Ride, an of Madison and Hiss the artistically: modern "X" in the rear an actually the bumpers. Car

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; Florida StatutesIN Herd To Be The Dewey Farm Home Demonstration
: TIlE COURT OF THE COUNTY Club met with Mrs Bailey

:..,. JUDGE, :MADISON COUNTY, tVy nn. Tuesday, March 8, with nine
:, FLORIDA IN PROBATE, Dispersed members present.

M k ) yt 'f la re: Estate of Mary Jane Thompson Devotional was the 101 Psalm
'.1:, Payne, Deceased read by Mrs Herbert Norris Prayerby
; TO ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS Mrs. Marcus Day. Discussionwas
I HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS An important chapter in Polled on Care of Floors, alter which
? : wG. .. % I AGAINST SAID ESTATE: Shorthorn history in the Southeast refreshments were served.
..."" ,. v You and each of you are hereby will draw to a close Friday, March MRS E I CHESHIRE. Reporter
M notified and required to
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..I.. / any claims and demands which present, 25, when the entire well knownL
you and L hard Is completely dispersed CANDIDATES-Don't be too
.1 or either of you, may have againstthe
at auction the Mitchell
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k Rri f estate of Mary Jane Thompson ccnservative about proclaiming
Payne, deceased late of said County sale pavilion Camilla
County
,, o to the County Judge of Madison Georgia. This Is the herd owned your virtues in an E-R ad. Remember

by J L Adams, Dothan, Alabama. opponents are
.i! County, Florida at his office in the your
180 head win sell -as 140 Lots in
court house of said County at not to *
:; likely* say many 'good
the auction which
Madison Florida begins at 10:30a.
within eight
:; { P-. m. things about you.
calendar months from the time of 5 I
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\t the first publication of this notice. ---
Pictured above is the exhibit at the recent State Fair Each claim or demand ,shall be In '"

.. in Tampa prepared by Negro County Agent J Miller and writing and shall state the placeof J", '.
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his 4-H boys. A Demonstration Team showed how to residence and post office ad. .,. /- -, '-

me.eare corn yields. Marion Franklin of Cherry Lake and dress of the claimant. and shall be "
_-UJywes Glee of Lime Sink participated. sworn to by the claimant, his agentor I Notice To Farmers '1'
his attorney, and any such
/ Candidates -- 'Panhandling SALES PRICE ON COTTON claim not so filed shall be void.
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7i7Ifr.iwhys. MARY JANE BRANDT
Sl Voters can't shake you down We Buy Yellow Ear Corn the
r The U S Department of Agriculture As administrator of the Estate of
I XrH* when you talk to 'em in an E-R announces that beginning Mary Jane Tho. paort Payne de Year Around ]

Ad. I August 1, 1960, the minimam salesprice ceased. .
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First publication Feb. 26, I960. ; .
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trt f) for c owned cotton from -
Please n01! NOT"-p.rk'Ifl' the the 1S59 and prior crept: of upland 4tpd. Price Now i
Fir
.street and,rmke:jtettr\ newsboy run A.Ict5. cotton will be the hfgfeer of IsJW.. .*. t." .,
out Into the street to make a ,tde. (1) the market price, or (2) 115 Candidates-Strew your name : ; ::';;.:

Kindly Our newsboys pull. *>vtr to bate:the iMtrttegoiii ChPtI. percent of 1960 the choice (B) loan all around the county with E-R 5125 per mishelp;,.*. : :/ "
rate for -crop cotton. "
to STAY-.OUT.of the struts, cad r campaign cards: posters, cir

we will appreciate your co-cperat- Marvin E 'BSJS, well known citizen culars. Be sure to say some picker picked
Ing wHt -yBsANXX. THEM 'for Giant Jumbo Hamburgers in
of the Is
county announcing thing nice about yourself, even
THEIR SAFETY. Ttatak you very this wtek'his candidacy for County G-In bun 4Oe. JLWHITE
J.
A. MITCHELL
if else
teach. t no one will. r.
_. Commissioner intstrict, One, sub- TOPDRIYEKBUSINESSJ1EN .,.. ... ... ,_ .... ,
.... .JiCA.NDI ject to the Democratic primaries in ".r."" ,,",,......,.. ..... ........r..r... ,, ,. 3 j' .

jATES-Do.n't be too May. ,Mr Bass promises, if elected, .-- Milling Company
faithful honest and ; CONOTCTIONNew
conscientious
conservative -about- proclaiming If you want customers everyweek
performance of the duties of the
your virtues in an .E-Kad,' Ke office, with fair treatment for the in your store, tell 'em and Remodeling JASPER, FLA.

member\ywr. oppoa nts are people of the county as a whole. about it in an E-R ad every Bowerton Supply Co.

:not l likely to. pay many" good. KEEP UP WITH POLITICS week. .... ..:.

things about yew,, IN THE E-R .
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4 NEW HOMES "

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NO MONEY DOWN
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OlEOSOTE.r' .''ALL SILLS. and FLOOR.JOISTs r been talking ,
!. SAME PRICE "AS: 1 .. about too.What F
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OTHERS THAT USE No. 2 1L1TERIAL' ? ., ve engine that isAnd ," '/013,Frcddle"slgb)

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M .': ''JtDlODEL AND ADDITIONS* / ":/ "
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G.t.'Jne. 7 deal tneyVe f
MHI specifications J
<' from the rest Then. you offered me/THis t. }
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0 Is the: time to
; Our .> buy all right."
SaUfified customers "Well, don't
are our GREATEST asset; hero-
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there, Freddie.

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Sparks Best Homes built a three bed roOm home for me last .. kbl'

:,e summer f while, I was'in the Lake City Hospital and I am >

sure that should I have r
been home it could not have

t. home been constructed built his personal any better supervision., as Mr. Sparks .gives each EJPIPW1Aj AS :*


i Should any one be interested in a well-built home, I would k k.yiiui7 .

be very happy to answer any letter that is mailed me, as
, :' I am satisfied with both material and construction ==: 4P S

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_1 t ,BEST DEALS ON NEW.,. (Soil (Conservation L C BniBcr.Service) 3

r- Howard R Blsaland biologist for CDMPLETERIIDY"S
the Son Conservation Service
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checked: the fish in the farm pondof

Cadtlsvc Pontiac Elfsba Douglas Wednesday of
r ," b last week. The fish have a small
i J! .. parasite in the gill and near the
fiiw that does abut the same damage '

: ...vauha, as a flea on a dog The fish FURNITURE .. '

'f ;; : .1. ,;. 1tt are fat and should be well cooked
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Farm ponds may be fertilised r
:.-J-.' .. .. .., .? WAKE MOTORS mOlt any time in Florida. The microscopic -
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'. season so the more months you .
VALIKKTA GEORGIA ,f .. ,.."
{, fertilize the more you benefit Iran 1 .. ",,
f. 1 V i ." algae's To begin **
,:': crowing season. ) '1!'
with you should use 100 pounds of ." .
8-8-2 fertilizer per surface acre per I ,.. ,
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CANDIDATES Rent as aMl+c week for the first three or four
machine to total promises of rapport IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OF weeks and then 100 pounds per
from the deer peepuL THE E-R. THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT acre per month may be satisfactory
OP FLORIDA. IN AND FOR MAD- High fertility increases fish
:PTA ISON COUNTY. duction. The water needs enough pr0- FURNITURE! ,..... .
CITY OF MADISON, FLORIDA
nitrogen phosphate and potash to
Sen W T Davis 'wa. guest Petitioner, grow vast cambers of microscopic
speaker at the Parent-Teacher \"a. plants These plants use the ertili. }
meeting Tuesday evening at the TIlE STATE OF FLORIDA, et al, zer from theater to grow and multiply. -

cafetorlum. He discussed the state Respondents The fish do not eat the fertilizer -
tax structure in general, and its ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE or the tiny plants, to any extent
benefits as related to state and local TO THE STATE OF FLORIDA But they do eat the insects, 128 H Patterson YaHosta Ga CH 2-1515
AND THE SEVERAL PROPERTY ,
needs. I larvae and other water animals
Women of the organization served: OWNERS, TAXPAYERS, CITIZENSand that feed on these 'tiny plants.
coffee and small cakes to the fifty: OTHERS HAVING or CLAIM. No one can predict exactly how
or more in attendance. ING ANY RIGHT TITLE OR INTEREST much fertilizer a pond will require : :
I, IN PROPERTY TO BEAFFECTED "
You fertilize
per year. can correctly

CORN? $1.25 k JuperH .1 BY THE BY CITY THE OF ISSUANCE MADISON .! simple by gadget testing you the can water make with your a. $199.00 .

FLORIDA OF $275,000 self.

_. NATURAL GAS REVENUE CERTIFICATES Nan a white disk on the end of a

HEREINAFTER MORE tttck. Mark the stick at 12 and 18 8-PIECE BEDROOM GROUP .. .......110& .. $169.95
'NeedIIek PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED, or inches above the disk. Your pond Dresser and Mirror Bookcase Bed Chest Innersprihg-1
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I to be AFFECTED: IN ANY WAY Is fertile enough when the disk foes ...... >
Mattress Box 2
THEREBY Spring, Pillows and Bedspread.
out of right about 12 inches below
The State of Florida through the the surface.
Preps -, YwrRetmc State Attorney of the Third Judicial -
Circuit of said -State and the

_MneTjx several property owners taxpayers, A
citizens and others hating or claim' Forest Fire Report[ '1 ;

ing any right title or Interest in '
? property to be affected by the issuance For February 4.i
by the City of Madison. Florida .
of the Natural Gas Revenue .,y
Certificates hereinafter more particularly .1
described or to be affected 6 Fires. 65 acres in February.
in any way thereby are hereby re- 10 Fires 83.3 Acres, since Jan
/ quired to appear before the Cir 1st
cult Court of Madison County, Fires same period last year 8
Florida ,In the Third Judicial Circuit fires 4&3 Acres.
I of said State at the Court- Florida Forest Service Madison,
house in Madison, Florida on the Florida.
19th day of March, 1960. at 10:00
o'clock] A., !at.. and show cause why
Mayport, Fla. (FHTNQ-Benny
the prayers of the petition filed in
T Wilkins signalman third class,
the above proceeding should not be .
granted, and the Natural Gas USN,-of: Route, 2 Box 146 Greenville I
Revenue Certificates therein described Fla returned to Mayport.Fla .
heretofore Feb 26, aboard the attack
and the proceeding -
bad authorising the issuance aircraft carrier USS Saratoga after
thereof validated and confirmed a six-month tour of duty with the
said Natural Gas Revenue CertIfi- U s Sixth Fleet in the Mediterran,

cates being dated May 1, 1959, f'An.'C
bearing interest at a rate or rates -

not exceeding six per centum (6%) Mr and Mrs W II Hall of Midway -
per annum payable seml-annually, have as guests this week their -- W'IT"
segregating the principal amount of son-in-law and daughter. Mr and 4
$275,000, being -In the denomination Mrs E W McCaulley, who are en-I "v>
of $1.000 each, and maturing route to their home In Rising Sun,
serially in annual installments In Maryland, from spending the winterIn
,. the yean 1963 to 1989, Inclusive, a Hollywood, Fla.
more complete description of which
1 : .. mid' (Natural ,Gas .Re'enue.CertI ....... -- "

., ficates is_ contained In the. petition
herein., ,
t- j Done and ordered at Madison HEALTHD

-'Call .: Florida, this 22nd .day..of"..February, \ .. -_
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HU Uli. '.' !Is! R H ROWE Judge of the \ f ti
: Circuit Court of the Third Judicial
mT Circuit of Florida. In and for Madison .
3.5; A.&crrb*of Yow Doctor of.Tow rledd.e
...j''f, '"", ,,_.&___"n..JaJ County rhori4 Lear Unite*! Sodctr. u4 qe .
FRANK A GRAHAM. Medial AModti :: t .pI
Attorney for Petitioners 26-4t-ch BE CAREFUL WITH n
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/ r Figures indicate that an alaru. '
ing number of t.ijories are
caused by power lawn mowers. 5-piece '

THE YIELD IS liP J ON SAVING AT Approximately fifteen million : _
lawn estimated
power mowers are -
f't', .... to be U use to the United Dinette Suite
T States. These machines are potential
VALDOSTA FEDERAL ]/ dangerous, alf indication
'" that a nationwide safety L I59J5
.ANNOUNCING. education program would be in :.,
order. _
While many of the larger

manufactcrtrs have of power lawnmowers .....
attempted to contract -- -
,< mechanically safe and
sound machines, some concerns 11
hare produced mo"usbote
< blades and other storing parts
are not thoroughly guarded, The FreeMwyYoucangetitwith
Lawn Mower Institute and the
American Standards Association SLEEPS
hare done much to encourage
the manulacttn-ers to adopt a
uniform safety standard code.
The medial profession enconrffe -
the continuation of these .
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caused rata.Most by of carelessness the accidents of the are (i SAt a credit at Do l.;!5ngs

operator of the power lawnmower -
FUNDS RECEIVED BY 10th .EARN,FROM- THE FIRST. but about a third are the _
result of rocks, wire nails glass 1 1t
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OFFICE HOURS and other muffles being thrown ;1" per I
by the machifies. The rotary +tR w,
f MON..TUES.'WED.FRI.9.. .: AM: TO 4 PM. mOWn'hicb attains speeds of
r .l
AND SATURDAYS'9 AM TO 12 NOOKthe 2,000 to 4j6eO, rerofetiocs per
THURSDAYS : minute ft
9 responsible for practi- Anygroupcanbe
call aQ of the seriocs in j cries.
Most ft'JOI1Sho me power .
New lawn mowers are not aware of
the potential danger associated 1
with them unless they hare M bought separately.6PC. .
beta carefully instructed.. It
should be part of the retailer's
duty to discuss the proper operation -
f of the machine and give
the purchaser a set of instructions.
,.. ; Owners of power lawnmowers

i( Savittff 'ftVALD06TA ssF GA. ttesttaet ta+tboo4 allowing! be munformed'especially LIVING ROOM GROUP . .. .. $89.95

115.N. TOOHBS children neighbors or yardmento Armless Sofa Bed. Two End Tables, One Coffee Table

The Friendly AS h.'lfi. Big EnsniU to Serve Yo t# Sasal1Rnewngb laws use the machine The power and 2 Lamps.
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final analysis only die operator
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..PACE FOURTEEN THE ENTEEPBISE-RECORDZB, MADISO: f. FLORIDA .. . FRIDAY, MARCH isth, 1960 I
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U- PeiUkal A1Hte ceBW1ts FOR SCHOOL BOARD FOR COUNTY" JUDGE FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER

The regular county political announcements DISTRICT TWO DISTRICT ONE FOR SHERIFF '
ELECTW. I respectfully that Jam TO THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS I respectfully announce that I
cost $10.00 and run announce I respectfully] announce my candidacy
uatiTthe election. They are to be a candidate for School: Board, OF MADISON COUNTY: for re-election as County am a candidate for Sheriff of Madison

R. (BUSTER) paid for with the Insertion order. District 2, Madison County, subjectto I respectfully announce that I am Commissioner: in District One for County. If you elect me to this
a candidate for important office, I pledge honest.
re-election
the May 1960 Democratic pri as another term subject to the Democratic
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE County Judge of Madison Impartial, efficient courteous law
raaries. My greatest Interest in our County. primaries in May, I have given
enforcement.
HANCOCK X respectfully announce that I am Florida subject to the Democratic Please join me In this
school S'Ittm1s for the facilities faithful and honest service to Madison
best
Madison
campaign for a better
a candidate for State Representative primaries in Kay, I960. I promiseyou
from Madison County, subject to possible. Being a parent of that If I am re-elected to this County and will continue to County !in which to live and rear

the Democratic primaries in May: three children in school gives me important office I will continue do so if re-elected. It has been a our children. I will appreciate your

.. much interest in our local schools td render the highest type pleasure to serve the good people vote and suppOrt.

t4oi. and I would appreciate the opportunity service 'to all of the people. of this county and I will continue Sincerely

: County unselfishly and without to serve you I earnestly I will deeply appreciate your vote to work In harmony with the other BILL MACK HENDRY
r I' A special favors to anyone. I earnestly coming and support Commissioners for
solicit your support in the what is best for
1- solicit your vote and support. Sincerely yours, Your Termites ?
election, Madison County. vote and Swarming
Sincerely, : CURTIS D. EARP .
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GEORGE W. JEWEU..TRFoR -, Sincerely, *:, support will be greatly appreciated.
: County Judge CALL
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R W. (BOB) MDLNER Sincerely.
STATE REPRESENTATIVEI FOR TAX COLLECTOR WILBUR C. RUTHERFORDFOR BurkeExterminating
FOR SCHOOL BOARD
I
i respectfully announce that I ama
that I i I DISTRICT NO. 2 candidate for the office of Tax JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
respectfully announce MADISON COUNTY FLORIDAI Collector of :Madison County, sub- DISTRICT NO. 5 ,Co.
am a candidate for State Representative I have discharged: my duties to ject to the Democratic primaries in MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA

.ti from Madison County, the best of my abilities In an May, 1960. If elected to this office I respectfully announce that I ama Phone 29&J Perry, Florida
subject to the Democratic primariesin I honest, progressive and economics] I shall in return serve you courageously candidate for Justice of the Peace 1>

The Oct, fully quolified May 1960. If you elect me to way. Our children's interests and and fairly by rendering the District! No. 5, Madison County, KT JUDICIAL THE CIRCUIT CIRCUIT COURT IN THIRD

cGndidete.f.rCOMMISSIONER this position, I will serve you betterment have always been upper- best possible service. With profound Fife* subject to the Democratic primaries MADISON AND FOR
COUNTY FLORIDA.
honestly, soberly, and capably to most in my mind and efforts 1 appreciation and friendliness to all in May, 1960. If elected. I IN CHANCERY

the best of my ability. I will,great hereby solicit your vote and support I humbly solicit your vote and will serve all the people fairly, General Electric Credit Corporation

OF ly appreciate your vote and. support in the May, 1960 Democratic support impartially, and to the best of my A Corporation Plaintiffvs
primaries for re-election as yourSchool Sincerely, ability. Your vote and support will
AGRICULTUREBinln ( Board Member from District J. L (IKE) HUTTO.' be greatly appreciated. '
J
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Sincerely. Cruce and his wife, Mattie-
Two. Sincerely
fsrn..r5usaUe A. L. (Rooster) Leggett, Jr. Sincerely, FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER' JAMES HARRELL yours. F Cruce; United States of America;
nee DISTRICT FIVE State of Florida; Wiesenfeld Warehouse -
RUSS DUGAN
Urc.l.de/ FUrU SchMIt FOR COUNTY JUDGE FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Company, a Corporation; and 1

B. S. Darn in Air. FOR TAX COLLECTORWith I respectfully announce that I am DISTRICT FIVE B & W Acceptance Corporation, a
U. .f P.M.r4a. ... : I respectfully announce that Iam a candidate for re-election to the To the Democratic voters of Corporation. Defendants.
Y...,.. a candidate for County Judge bumble thanks and appreciation Madison County: I wish to announce NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORE-
Board of County Commissioners,
r_. Meta for the past and I
support
of Madison County, subject to the CLOSURE
: SALE BY CLERK
District 5 Madison County, FUu that Z am a candidate for County
,
Lay rtcorJ .! ...... MMet Democratic primaries in May 1960. courtesies, I respectfully announce
.. ,..,... A.rk ..... subject to the Democratic primaries Commissioner, District Five, sub Notice is hereby given pursuant
If elected. I will serve all the .my candidacy for reelection to in May. I appreciate the ject to the action of the Democratic to a Final Decree of foreclosure ,

t fftitt ttoWKMff people to the best of my ability .office of Madison County Tax courtesies and confidence you have primaries in Hay. If elected, I dated March 4. 1960, and entered in

with fairness to everyone and Collector subject to the May Primaries given me In the past, and if reelected pledge to support Madison County Chancery Case No. 73 of the Cir
't special privilege to none. I will I960. I promise a continuation I will continue to serve and the people therein as a wholeto cuit Court of the Third Judicial 1
greatly appreciate your vote andsupport I the best of knowledge and Circuit in and for Madison County,
of effort to render you ;.the ytitr to the best of my ability. my
THE CIRCUIT COURT 3rd Florida, wherein General Electric-
best and most courteous servicepossible. Sincerely, ability. I earnestly solicit your vote
:JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. Sincerely COLEMAN RICHARDSON and support, for which I will always Credit Corporation, a corporation,
',JN, AND FOR MADISON COUNTY.I EDWIN L. (EDDIE FLOWERSFOR be most grateful. I duly authorized to transact businessIn

=ON CHANCERY. Cordially, FOR TAX ASSESSOR CARY PHILLIPS i the State of Florida, is plaintiff,
t Alexander Hodge, 'Plaintiffvs. SUPERVISOR OF PAT :MILLINOR and J A Cruce and his wife :Mattie-

REGISTRATIONI I respectfully announce that I FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE F Cruce; United States of America;

Essie May Jackson Hole, Defendant FOR COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR am a candidate for Tax Assessor DIST 5, MADISON COUNTY, FLA State of Florida; Wiesenfeld Warehouse -
>: Essie May Jackson Hodge, 188 Company, Corporation andB
;' respectfully announce that I ama a ;
of Madison County, Florida, subject -
1 .iSeamon Street, New'Brunswick, New candidate for the office of Super I respectfully announce my rand! & W Acceptance Corporation, a
I candidacy
respectfully announce my to the Democratic primariesIn
.'
,' Jersey. visor of Registration of Madison dacy for re-election as Justice of Corporation are defendants, I will
tor re-election as County Tax May I960. If elected to this
.
DIVORCE sell
County subject to the Democratic the Peace District 5, Madison to the highest and best bidder
,, You are hereby notified that a primaries; in May 1960. I promise Assessor for another term, subjectto position, I will discharge the dutiesof for cash at the West front door
County, Fla, subject to the Democratic
f, Writ of Complaint Iff Divorce hu honest, conscientious and courteous the Democratic Primaries' the office to the best of my of the Madison County Courthousein
': 'been filed against and are I honest and faithful primaries in May 1960. If re- Madison Madison County, Florida -
you you service to all If you elect me to May; promise ability and with fairness and justice -
inquired to serve a opy of your this office., I earnestly solicit:_your service to all as in the past, always to all I will greatly appreciate elected I will continue to serve the, at 11:00 o'clock a. m. on the23rdf

Answer or Pleading to, the' Sill of vote and support !being mindful of the trust the your vote and support people courteously fairly and impartially day of March. 1960, the following !
complaint on the PteiatUffs Attorney 'Sincerely, to the best of my ability. described property in Madison
office holds. Your vote and support Very sincerely
R E Cowart whose addressIs W. B. (BAILEY) WYNN yours, I will greatly appreciate your vote County, Florida ai set forth In-
Madison, Florida, and file the will be appreciated ifENRY DICKINSONFOR and support said Final Decree to-wit:

*, .original answer1 or ,PJe** c:1II: the FOR SUPERVISOR. ,' .J; Sincerely, .. COUNTY COMMISSIONER Sincerely, Southeast Quarter of Northwest I
REQISTRATI+.N ., ,_ ANGUS II ARMSTRONG:, Northeast of
office of the "Cler of the Circuit .< .... DISTRICT THREE A L (ROOSTER) LEGGETT, SR Quarter Quarter
Court !in and :/or ;Madison: C uut1, Southwest Quarter and Northwest

.' Florida on or before the.26th day of Dear friends and fellow-citizens FOR SHERIFF Z SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION Quarter of Southeast Quarter. Sec-
March A. D. 'I960. If fail respectfully announce my candidacy I tion 5; East Half of Southeast
you of Madison County: I want to thank for re-election respectfully announce that I
to do Decree Pro Confesso, will as County Commissioner Quarter. Section 6 South Half of t
so. ;
each of you for your vote and sup- I respectfully 'announce my candidacy am a candidate for Supervisor of
for another subjectto
be entered against you for the relief term Southeast Quarter and Southeast
for
re-election Sheriff
as of Registration of Madison )
County
and wonderful ,
demanded in the Bill of Cfe plaint port your co-ope* Madison the Democratic primaries in Quarter of Southwest Quarter Section -
County, Florida subject to
ration while serving as Registration Fla, subject to the Democratic primaries -
The Enterprise-Recorder Is hereby your the Democratic primaries in May.It May. Thank you for the privilegeof 7; All In Township 1 South .
designated. ass the-newspaper In officer. I have endeavoredat has been a privilege and a pleasure serving you during the past In May 1960. I promise Range 9 East containing approximately ..

which said order***!! be paWbhedonce all times- to give you honest, to serve )"OU..1n Jhe past Thanks years It is my sincere wish you faithful conscientious service If you 320 acres more or less.

a week .torOW' consecutive efficient and courteous service. On for entrusting me with the honor.If re-elect me, so I can continue toserve choose me for this important office, ALSO: West Half of Northeast

weeks.y this record I earnestly solicit your re-elected, I will endeavor to yoo. I am most grateful for and I earnestly solicit your vote Quarter, Southeast Quarter of
: ; Witness ray hand and official seal vote and support In the 1960 May give: honest and efficient law enforcement and support, for which I shall ever Northeast Quarter and Southeast
confidence
this 24th day of February, A. D. primary elections: for re-election to the best of my ability. your and assure .you be grateful Quarter of Northwest Quarter Section
19<<::0. that Z will continue to serve all 27; South Half of Section 29
... I earnestly solicit vote and
your Sincerely,
', .. DALE 1(. LESLIE Clerk Cir; for Supervise of Registration.Sincerely support in the coming election. the people of Madison County In MRS LUCY GARDNER and all North of State Road of
cult Court. Sincerely ,' an honest efficient and courteous the West Half of Section 32 and
:W" (SEAL) 'ARTHUR E RAGANS a. H.yours MOORE. manner as always., Your vote and sI the Northeast Quarter of the North-

]i' By Jane W. Baker D. C. support will be greatly appreciated east Quarter of Section 25, Township

: Feb 2$, 4t-REC-ch. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER FOR SCHOOL BOARD Sincerely WIgandRepafrBqBCo. i 1 South Range 8 East, con- I
"". DISTRICT FOUR CROVER C CONE I taining 680 acres more or less.
DISTRICT THREE Dated this 7th day of March,
I respectfully announce my candidacy A. D. 1960.
WATCH THE E-R FOR CANDIDATE FOR CONSTABLE5th I .
> I respectfully UnCe that I ammcandidatefor for re-election to the School DISTRICT DALE M. LESLIE; Clerk of the
Board from District-4.,' Kadlson fc )Coecoco .ec c ocoo Circuit Court. '.
County 'Cosumiaafoaer r I
MADISON COUNTY FLORIDA:
lac's F..e I: District 3. Kadtoa County, County Florida subject to the PRICE SUPPORTSMinimum (SEAL)

i FhL, subject to the Democratic Democratic primaries in May 1960.I national average price
I
Atfttuce primaries in May, 1960. I have have given conscientious service respectfully announce my candidacy support rates according to Informa- :- I

lived all .y life in District 3, In the long-term interest of education for re-election as Constable tion released by Chas. F. Sims ASC LATEST HIT
have farmed all my life and am and welfare of the people] of District 5. Madison County, (Greenville county office manager will be $1.83

FORMAL OPENING familiar with the: needs and problems this county. If re-elected. I shall ) Florida. If re-elected I will per bushel for soybeans; 50 cents

.. ;. ... of our district and county. If continue to give such service It !li .continue to give the people of District per bushel for oats; $1.52 per cwt. RECORDS at -
:;' ..: ycu elect me your Commissioner i with deep appreciation for the : 5 the same fair and Impartiallaw for grain sorghum; and $38 per

I will cooperate with the other courtesies and friendliness that you enforcement: as I have In the ton for cottonseed. The minimum

HONORED ON BIRTHDAY Commissioners for the best interests .'I the people have given me that I past Your vote in the forth coming national average support price for Smith Drug
of Madison County. I seek re-election to this office. Your May Primaries will be greatly com will be $1.06 per bushel down
earnestly solicit vote and support vote and support will be deeply ap ap 6 cents a bushel from 1959 and
: your
Debbie, age 4, and Linda age 1, and promise fair and equal, preciated. preciated. for peanuts 201.24 per ton. whichis StoreGENERALELECTRIC
daughters of Mr and Mrs Joe Stafford treatment for everybody. Sincerely ALBERT 0 SISTRUNK $7.74 per ton higher than for
of St Reek Nursery I W. IL Constable
were Very sincerely yours, (BILLY) BAILEY JR. 1959.
honored with a
party Saturday
WILBURN T. DAVIS. I
afternoon at their heme. Nineteen II I
young friends attended to celebrate I I

*; the event with them. A game, pin.ntng FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
'", 'C.r the nose on the clown and a -

,. record of children's songs furnished DISTRICT THREE
entertainment for the youngsters. I respectfully announce that I

Debbie's birthday cake was decorated am a candidate for County Commissioner FULL SIZE40INCH ,

in pink and ,blue and topped of Madison County,
with four animal candles. Linda's
District Three subject to the
,
cake was in green and yellow and I I RANGE
action of the Democratic primaries -
;": held one animal candle. I -
Ice cream mints and candies in May. I promise faithful, 8-bcfc Jfisitr OmCsdM4

.:: were served with the birthday conscientious service if you choose OM Built, Irtiftffftdts

; cakes. Favors were balloons peppermint me for this Important office andI 1 I l Slat :

f', sticks, bubble gum miniature earnestly solicit your vote and trail Jltftf t4 Uitf c....
: doll house furniture and cars and support, for which I yhall ever be Ie".... ta Ova

.', balls grateful. e t femtl .Nt Im'br
(: Debbie end Linda. received many Sincerely. II-S,... WS. Svrftci Arils

'.f of;.... 1levely gifts LAMAR ANDREWS '.sUIt,. total foil Swilctafnan
\ ... C-E; E y-l,It 41..a t
...; ;: FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER fMftmMODfl
NINETY-TH I M 8t1ftTV l> -
.:, --:- DISTRICT FIVE 4

Mrs J A Betiey attended, a I respectfully announce that I $ 80EXCH f }4

k ,. family reunion Tuesday March 8 in am A candidate for the office of 159 ; :
..Inlerlachen when her father "
Mr "
.
County Commissioner, District 5, )1--- .
Jim
Burnett a fimer Madtooa resident I
+ijf. celebrated Us gird birthday. of Madison County, subject to the MOO : -

ij ; Mr Burnett was reported in fine Democratic: primaries in Hay, I960. a.a... .:..
I
i shape and "still gie strong" I promise honest conscientious: and I -
: f. courteous service to the best of my .f -
; .- ..., 1TLiLIIIll' ,I
ability to all If yon elect me to '. ,,
|r'" Tommy Howerton, of F S U visited this office I earnestly soUdt yrrrvote -..k.i ""' ,
JI .
f Wa father, T X Marten, and and support ........t'" .'".m."'t 't'" SOUTH OUVAL ST '

brothers, Sandy a4 Gainer, over Sincerely, MAOISON.fLORtDA Aorltul 6tet :. .. s ,
the \\CdCflU F T CTetw) Webb *




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LIVE STOCK AUCTION LAND DEAlS ,..
SELL your cattle and hogs in our
auction each Monday. Sales start at
CLASSIHFD ADS 1:00. MONTICELLO STOCKYARDS Sam Moore and wife
to T B T SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO.
Montfcello. FU. I Moore and wife; their undfrided
Registered Angus bulls for sale interest in 120 acres in See 27
at all times.GIRARDIN. Tp2NR7E. 109 S. PATTERSON STREETVALDOS'rA

or Sale S A Mnsey Sr guardian of GEORGIA
Joseph Lee Provan, to Wilbur Dalton -
JEWELERSFor Bell and wife CI ft x 168 ft Machine Repair Rental Sewing Course
In SW I of NWH, Sec 11, Tp 1


t WW.B.Dak.REAL ESTATE B + : SILVER, CHINA atYSTALDLUlO1'DS. 8R10E Kber Joe Bush L Riser and and husband wife to Lots Mary 3 New Machines $59.50 and up f.'

JEWELRY and 4. BUt 9, Town
ACREAGE FARMS of Hanson.. CALL VALDOSTA CH 4-2304 COLLECT
BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL EXPERT REPAIRING LaMoyne Hancock to Broadus !
ESTATES RESIDENTIAL o.k dIkiryAjY Wffloughby. three lots and most Service In 24 Hours
APPRAISALS of another lot in Hancock Terrace
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE NATIONAL a SID of NWH Sec 21, Tp 1 N
II n9E. .
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TITLE INSURANCE Lets BRIDAL -- --
112 West Base Btfeet James C Thomas and wife to John Mr and Mrs Van H Priest and I
MADISON. FLCMDA AMOUNT SERVICEYALDOSTAGA. Franklin Webb and wife, 86 acres Mr and Mrs C E Russell have returned -
Phoae HU S-3B77 in Tp 1 S. R 10 E. New York,
A. D. REAMS JR. Howard Studstlll and wife to from attended a trip to the Toy Fair. Gwdyear Tires $12.95,
where
I __ FOR.. SALE 0 William E Stewart Jr and wife they
.... PHONE 2861GREENVILLE .. lOa No, Patterson 8150 ft x 100 ft In SEU of SEU. Are you peddling insurance, 670 x 15, All-Weather tube-type*
1959 Model 3-bedroom masonry ., See 28Tp1NR9E tranquflizers shoes or auto plus tax and recappable tire.
home. Corner lot. 6%% 'mortta e. FLA. Waymond Adams and wife et al.
Looks good and is good with pay. J.D.SCrIpFORTER to G H Thlgpea and wife an uudJvfded mobiles? Keep the public informed MESSER
merits only $71 per month. Cash four-fifths Interest in S% of of your valuable services
SW 4 of NW% Sec 21, Tp 2 N,
,
to mortgage, NO CLOSING COSTS. with an inexpensive

\! Br.LI1o. Help! Bet! Hdb! REGISTERED SUEVEYOBPS.HU3WB K Waymood 7 E 20 acres.Adams and wife to C weekly ad in The E-K, saying Battery & TIre Cv';;

WwWBsv TT is s sl Pj H Thlgpen and wife Ntt of SW i nice things about local folk?
MADISON FLA.For .
of NWK, Sec21.Tp2N.R7i;, : [
REALTOR V, thai sine* 1865. \ : I
Yee is
Help wanted at 20
< Phone Office HU 3-6481 ;your grinding and miz- acres.
Residence HU 3-6481. MadtoonMAPltfrN White; Top Drive-In. If you area ing on ;your farm, can WEST Lena Franklin et alto G H Thlg-
and wife undivided
FLORIDA waHms; or night cook don't END MILLING COMPANY pen In Stt of SWK of onefifthinterest NWH Best way to embarkon

i FOR SALE: Twin Oafes Sreeety wrtk but run to the WHITE: Quitman Ga. CaD plume 4971 Sec 21, Tp 2 N, It 7 E. 20 acres.

and living quarters. Growing. TOP, Md say, WHAT'S THE collect.JOBNW.WADSWORTH. H Q Zlpperer and wife to Hffl a bright future
( $45,600 yearly. Call DWJQHTCUPPETT. DEAL bern Zipperer and wife part of
at HUnter 3-6545 or MR. MERRI'ITHELP WH of NEU, See- 18. Tp 2 N, R l
HUnter 3-8665. Z7-2t-d ( 10 E.
WANTED N C Cohrin and wife to Hercules *
'FOR SALE OPPORTUNITY Powder Company, stumpage on +
tt Please pass this ad on to a teacheror Registered Sonreyir 2Oaeres In Sec 7, Tp 1 N, RUE. I Opening a savings account
? someone who wants to earn C T Pulliam to Hercules: Powder
money now or this summer. This Phone HU 3-2372 here can launch you on a : ,
210 acres Farm large 3 bedroom MADISON FLORIDA Company: stumpage on 40 acres in .
{ position pays up to 51500 during Sec 21, Tp 2 N, R 10 E.
23 in
1 Bath home, approx acres summer r bright future via systematic
or equivalent now. Person
ATTEMPTED BREAKINGAND Nathaniel Thomas and wife to
pines good terms. must have education s
food standing
Hercules Powder Company, stump
r CHERRY LAKE In the ENTERING savings.
community and desirous of
ape on 20 acres in Sec 29, Tp 2
fr( Approx 11.6 acres land large 3- interesting opportunity. Right per- .r NB10E.
bedroom home, 1 Bath. Price$8,500.00. son can start part-time and work In About 2 a m Monday an attemptwas H L Stokes Sr and wife to Open a Checking Account
his community. Write in confidence: made by someone to enter the Robert L Bembry and wife, part of
3/i acres land, 3 Bedroom home, give details and teL No to R. R. Wells Boat & Bait Shop in east NEB! of 1See 10 Tp 1 S, R BANK OF GREENVILLE L-
1 Bath. Large Living room and PAGE 1143 Mary St, Jacksonville Madison on U S 90. Tully Wells, 10 E.
7 Ha.
,
dining room. Price $7,500.00 terms .- 28-lt-ch who occupies part of the building MEMBER OF FEDERAL INSURANCE DEPOSIT :
to be arranged. Need a baby sitter Call JUDY as a residence, heard window Miss Audrey Newman and Mrs CORPORATION
BURNETT' HU 3-63291: 27-2t-ch panes crashing and fired two shotsin J J Newman left Monday to spendseveral GREENVILLE FLORIDA
IUCINDY J. YARM the direction of the Intruder, days at Daytona Beach. ,

)' who fled. Officers were called, but -
Realtor E Base St Madison so far no one has been apprehended '

tenter.across Phone from HU Setzers 36848. Shopping .{ -POLES.Wanted PULPWOOD- MINOR WRECK IF YOU'RE GOING TO BUY

SAW TIMBERwill
"FOR SALE: Two bedroom modern -
buy in bulk or on piece basis A minor auto accident at 6:15 .
fcome on two lots 100 x 150 ft
Located on Cantev Road 1 ml See Us Before You Sell am Sunday, Mar 13 on the Willie CAR
A LOW-PRICE
w>iit>.i Madifton. 1250000( MBS Htixterd PidwMc d! Co. Phillips road off State Road 255 ,)
r J.onT E PULLIAM.0 Ph n* HIT six miles south of Lee involved a
36428. 28-lt-pd Phone Madison. HU 3-6672 1953 Ford sedan driven by DonnIe

pt'Ff1R1': CFUNR "n'" ''".' tf"-' or Write Gene Rutherford of Lee.
.... ... BOX 31, PERRY. FLA. j GET THE BETTER ONE !
or t'''''' 'l"nft ntM... :" Wal Trooper. Joe Peavy said the car :
,
.
WANTED White woman, 45-65, '
!'IIt .1.n ''ntM'Mt "n' i : was headed east when the left ,
1lmltrrl! nm''''. nI ,1n-.h+i""vow Mrrtnw urgently ,needed to care for front tire blew out and the car left ''
deUverrii Joy nuk tv'Fntpv. elderly gentleman In Live Oak the road, went into a field and bit
'F1.... n. 1M""qj on R 'It Cara Fla. Call Collect Live Oak a stump. Damage to the car was 1f. A new Mercury Monterey, with deluxe appointments, is now 1 ,.
c.writ." rw Mrs FO 2-1451 between 5-6 pm Feb $125. No one was injured and no
I.. P :tt8rluI $31 to $66 less** than the best-selling r
S'lmt.lCh. 25,26,27. After Feb 27 write Mrs charges: were made. $
1)t Z, 'tndt*&
.. .,... TitMai WILBUR WALKER, Live Oak, Fords Chevrolets and Plymouths 2631AM .-
Fla. Miss Bennie F Wilder has. rr. ,
FOR RENT: Two furnlthedn anAti. turned from Boynton Beach from
m."ht B-v n hnn 4tC!. DOC WANTED: Full or part time sales- a winter visit with her sister. r (the V-8 Galaxies, Impalas, and Furys).
.... .
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EDGERLY HU 36128. 28-3t-pd man. Phone or write. TONEY 'j '-f.-! """ '" <-
.. ,, ,
:., i'E.t. : '
'Ff'R RENT Fu",'. M unartment BUILDERS, INC, PO Box 541 IL l ."". ... ,."', "'", t,." ii
0
E Anolv H. T. HOLTON. SR. Phone Lake City, Fla. Phone, 3736. .... ; >
32254. 26-tfndiTOR 225-tf HU .
r: S 'I ,
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, RENT: 2-bedroom upstairs ,." :
furnished apartment and twobedroom NoticesA just
r tinfurp'shed' nnartnumt
MRS J J NEWMAN, HU 3-2123. wishing.-
28-tf-ch ( modest charge is made for .
won't
public notices in this column).
' FOR RENT: One five-room house
with car port all modem conveniences dolt
and *lx acrM nf Ian*. At
Cherrv Like. on TVnlrie" Road.

Box 1 12. Apply MRS JOSEPH .
DEMBINSKL 28-lt-ch I BUT ti '

FOR RENT: The R Mickler store repairing done by act "doctors'. Life Insurance

building on South "Range street. will!

Available now R C DICKINSON.
Unfortunately just wishing
HU 3-2517 24-lt-ch wont make our future dreamt -. ,
true howerer, In
come many
FOR RENT: Three-room downstairs cases,life Insurance wilL MDCStr OFFDtS FM Mil Here an just Quieter ride (23% more Insulation) .More
private apartment furnished Security and protection for some of the adT&DtacMemuy offers you toot room (692( cu. In. more for centerseatpassengers
i and private entrance.Phone MRS.HU your family,a college education. over the leading bw-prk name car:*More ) Fewer bumps (special 3phasedistinctly.
KIRBY REICHMANN, 28-tf-ch for your children and a cartfr styling (exclusive body shell) shock absorbers).Greater"se-&bility"whea
* 36262. retirement for yourself can all Steadier riding a*longer whedbase).Safer It rams or snows (overlapping 3-tpeed electric
FOR RENT: Twtf house Trailers. be provided for you through on curm greater weight for more stability) wipers clear enD the center) Better visi
RODGERS TRAILER SALES. We/ know how to diagnose your any one of many Farm Bursa larger. tires S.OO x 14-cost extra on towbility aU arotatd (bigger windshield and win
HU 3-6555. J8.U-eh TVs ills and cure 'em fast lift Insurance programs price name cars) Exchshre: Road-Tuned dows 1102 sq. in. more glass No periodic
f Discuss your future plant ride Safer brakes (more brake !lining) br adjustment(brakes adjust themselves).

HELP WANTED the: Ambitious of 18 youag and QUITMAN( with your local Farm Bureau ...... y...................1.............N..d.CMw'w1.MiN0.YlwnMwM4wfra.. Y- r.wd.M1
between ages
man Insurance Agent and let him
25 must be High School graduate. show how easily Farm Bureau .
Preferred that military service be TELEVISION SERYKE you make
Life Insurance can
complete. If Interested In 1 position I960fMERCURYCwwfs
future dreams come thus.SrnFanBwe,
with Southeastern Telephone 401 E Stevens St. your .
Company in Maw contact Mr. We Repair

j HUGH CURRY, Telephone Co, Meeord.P1ayera--Autosobfe Radios Here-KQW! First compact car with fine-car styling See ft today!
A Few Choice Selectiom
Madison, Fla. 18-tt-ch ,
IN USED TV SETS
WANTED: Short Order coek. Hoars Work guaranteed satisfaction \
1, 4 to 10 'p m h14Oad*y throueb PROMPT COURTEOUS SERVICE Instance.. HARDEE MOTOR CO.

Thursday; '4 to 11:90 P m FrMay OUR WAY OF SAYING KERMIT HORNEBOX -
HItLCREST' "THANK YOU"

I DAIRY and Saturday BAR eights.HU 36400.27-2t-ch Bu4iy Phone TUlmari 9481-Quitman Charles Ga.Rogers j MADISON 38 FLORIDA HU 3-e$6S # Ctner Base & Hancock Streets, Madison Fk


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Ao.- CHERRY LAKE METHODIST ROCKY SPRING3 METHODIST JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES .

t: CHURCH ; CHURCHA ?
A preaching service every Sunday 118 N. Orange St. Phone IIU 3-6355 os CHERRY LAKE NEWSMr I

WELCOME YOU MEETINGS: NEW ELECTRIC 10-KEY
WE preaching Service every Sundaymorning '
: Bible Study: Wednesday 7:30 P. K. and Mrs C E Petree
Istfand 3rd Sundays tee: a; m;: Ct returned ADDING
MACHINES
2nd and 4th Sundays 7:30 p. m. Service Meeting: Friday 7:00 P. a[. 666 home after a visit with their son t

Sunday School each 1st and 3rd Sundays 10:00 a, m. Ministry School: Friday 8:00 p. IL ic-law and daughter; Mr and Mrs VICTOR . . . $171.00
2nd and 4th Sundays 11:00 a. a. I
in. Watchtowcr-Bible Study Guy Dednza, and three grand
Sunday at each .10:00 a. Sunday School every Sunday.1st Sunday '7: ))0 P. H. SCHWINN BICYCLES children to MiamiGRANDDAUGHTER BURROUGHS .. .. .. 209.50
Service ,
Prayer t and 3rd Sundays 1100 a...nx Kingdom Seekers Welcome CLARY
Wednesday *' "|8 89 p. m. Franchised Dealers & MARRIES. . .:225.00
;' 2nd and 4th Sundays 10:00 a. m. No Collection Taken. Service Miss Arlene Jean Kent, daughter

Family dish supper Night, covered Friday .. Family Night Covered Diih Supper HOWERTON SUPPLY CO.OESlIEBROWN of Mr and :Mrs J D Kent of Vemon. ODHNER .. .... .. 259.50

befqre 1st 'Sunday 7/30* p?ln.Woman's Friday night after second, Sunday ,Candidates--Strew name and Ernest Cordeli Richards, U S N, TOTALIA ......r. .. It- 259.00
of ( every month promptly at TOO: p. ta.Woman' your MARRIAGE son of Mr and Mrs Charlie D Richards .
Christian Society Service Society of Christian Set all around the-county with E-R of Youngsville. N C were plus fed. and state fax

meets,Thursday:after:: ... ..';;.: .,, vice meets on Monday night after campaign cards, posters, cir Jacksonville, March a-Mr and united in marriage.The THE

lit Sunday r'fP8OO"ti' Bt third Sunday at 7:30 p. m. culars. Be sure to say some- Mrs H L Brown of this city an- wedding ceremony was per. ENTERPRISERECORDERlionsr
,.. .. i
.-"" The Methodist Men's Club meets the formed by Rev J R Collins Saturday -
KethodistMen'sCIubweete-! nounce marriage of their daughter
alternately with Rocky:'I / ': alternately' :with jCberry, Lake! ,on thing nice about yourself, even Gloria, to Leslie G Oehme March March 5th. at 6 pm at Cherry AJl"d} k.z.c.1; "

Springs Tuesday "after; .r ./< .- 'v, f; Tuesday after, the 4th Sunday if no one else will 3rd in the home of the bride's Lake Baptist church

'4th Sunday 8:00 p. m. 8:00 p.nt -' a\V i parent, 518 ,Woodbine St. The A reception followed at the church.

Official Board meets ;1 st :.Wei.: The Offfclal."Board rf. "meets*each SUNDAY PROGRAM SCHEDULE double ring ceremony was performed recreation ball GoTemor
nesday each even numbered mouth 1 J wMAF by the Rev W B Thlrfwell' Mrs Richards Is the granddaugh

after prayer service. month following' -the supper' on 7:30 A H. Gospel Music of the Brentwood Baptist Church,: ter of Mrs R R Moore and was

Commission on Education meets Family Night "> 7:55 News with'only members of the immediate! married on her grandmother's 43rd Visits Local Club

Irt'; Wednesday each odd numbered P. 1:. ROWELL S. S. Supt. : 8:00 Baptist Hour famines In attendance. wedding anniversary.

month after prayer service.. 31RS. W. W. CATLEDGE, s.C. 8:30 Gospel Music! For her wedding'the bride wore a MOTHER PASSES Lions' District Governor Marvin '

'JAMES SHEFFIELD, S. S. Supt. B. DAVIS PASTOR ,:" 9:00 Revival 'Time winter white suit with navy accessories i Mrs R C Dugan. mother of R Collins of Tallahassee visited the
9:30 Gospel Concert R Dagan of Cherry Lake, local club at its
THOMAS SURLES HARRY MCOCHRAN : and a white carnation car- passed meeting Tuesday
Asst's. Lee Methodist OlArge \ 10:00 News sage. The bride's and groom's only away Saturday at St Petersburg. and, following a brief address, gave

C. B. DAVIS, Pastor REV. E.W McDpUGAL, Pastor 10:05 Sunday Serenade attendants were Sue Williamson) and Funeral services were held Mon- the charge to the following new and
LEE METHODIST. CHURCH 10:45 Prelude to Worship Allan KaHodc day there. Survivors besides Mr recent members of the club: Al

'IFIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Preaching 11:00 Morning Worship i The bride is a graduate of Madison Dugan Include a son, A B Dugan Hofflander, P W Stokes, James
1 GREENVILLE, 'TLA 1st and 3rd Sundays 12:00 News High School and Is presently and a daughter Mrs Von Valkin-I Moncrief and Al Florl. Governor

Sunday School .,..,..... 10:00 A. M. ............ 11:00 a, m and 7:30 p.-ta. 12:15 Aftercoon Melodic employed by the Atlantic Bank of berg of St. Petersburg, and grand Collins was introduced by former
Morning Worship ..._ 11:00 A. M. 1225 News r Governor Ferd Naughton.
Sunday School Every this city. Mr Oehme Is the son of children.CIVIC I
Baptist Training Coarse 6:45 P. M. Sunday _______ 10:00 .. m. 1:00 Afternoon Melodies Mr and Mrs H L Oehme of West I CLUB MEETS Visitors included Phil Hoche of
Evening Worship .._ 7:30 P. M. Methodist Youth Fellowship 1:30 Afternoon Melodic Beknar N J and is attached to I I Cherry Lake Civic Club met Tues I Winter Park and Gene Fisher of

Prayer. Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. M. ____________________ 6:00 pi m 1:40 Serenade In Blue the USS Saratoga at the Mayport day night for an Interesting meetIng Tallahassee. Mr Fisher formerly
'. BOB SEARCY. Sunday School Supt. 155 News .. Natal Air Station. at the school It was reported lived in Madison. He is a candidate

"HANSON METHODIST CHURCH HICKORY GROVE CHURCH 2:00 Hour c: Decision The couple will make this city that Cherry Lake Civic Club was for Secretary of State in the forthcoming -
Services First 2:30 Musical Sunday awarded the Cherry Lake Beach -Democratic primaries- .
Preaching: every Preaching 2nd and 4th Sundays their home residing at 1724 Laura
and Third Sunday 11:00 A. M. 11:30 am and 7:30 pm 225 News St. lease. Progress on the three entrances POLITICSIN
KEEP UP
WITH
P. M 3:00 Musical Sunday also
and 7:00 Sunday School every Sunday was reported.
Sunday School ,every" ttaaay j. 10:30 am 325 Sews' ? Mrs Eunice Roberts was elected THE E-R

\ ,; .. 10:30 A. M. 4:00 Hit :Parade ROTARY CLUB historian and Mrs W Wilson reporter -
Family Night ISaturday before I PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 425 Newa' I for the Club. CANDIDATES-Don't be too

Every second\ Sunday..*4:00 PfJL 5:00 Music At Rundown Rudy Bamrick was in charge of A film shown by George Shawon conservative about proclaimingyour

REV C M SAPPINGTON, Pastor I Preaching every Sunday 5:30 Headltaec A Weather the program Wednesday at the,, Community Growth was enjoyed. virtues in an E-R ad. Remember

Sunday School lO:X) A M.fornlng 6:33 Sign Off Rotary Club and gave a detailed New road signs will be placed by

BAPTIST :\CHURCH 'Worship .. HrfX A. M. PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO account of the recent Fat Cattle the dn b. your opponents are

Sunday HOPEWELL School laM. A,:'M. Sunday JBrenteg' BTU 6:30 P. M. CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE Show at the Agricultural Center. A BAPTIST PROGRAMS not likely to say many good

Evening Services ____ .750 P. M. series of slides were shown of the Membership Study Course March
Morning Worship ,.,.... '11:0'A. M. things about you.
prize winning animals, later purchased 2024.
Prayer
Meeting Wednesday
Union 6:30 P. M. DaHyPrograScWdle
Baptist Training
'Evetdnr.'f:00 1' K. : by Setter's and Winn-Dbde. Assodational Speaker Tournament
Worship ._. 7dB IP.:. M. .
Evening
:Mid-week Prayer:'Servtee:' ** :: :** ,P. M. '7 B SEALS, S S Superintendent WMAP 1230 OK YOUR DIAL Visiting Rotarians were Bin Can- and Bible Drill at Cherry TIIINMNGABOIITMORE
ova of Tallahassee and Phil Hoche : 14
Brotherhood last Thursdayof J ARTHUR CRUCEt Training Union KKAVL Sign On Lrte Monday night March 730.
of Winter Park. Other guests were METHODIST PROGRAM
each month at & 7:30 P.M. Director. 6:02 Fla. Farm Hr.
A D Reams of Greenville, Dr WSCS for
met Sunday night a
WMU every second and fourth ERNEST GURR, Minister 625 World & State Newt
Charles L Mattes Jr and four good program. District meeting at
Tuesday, -1:30 pm. 6.30 Fla Farm Hour
WELCOME TO senior High School girls Miss Wan- Quincy :March 15th.
SINGLETARY, S. S. 'Supt. 6:45 Rud7 Etrorkk.Mon. .
V.: L. NEW da Williams, Miss Teena Bunker, attend church
HOME BAPTIST CHURCH Be sure to your INSURANCE?
JIMMY LAMB B T, _IT. Director ( Wed Fri.) Miss Elizabeth Smith and Miss School.
Sunday
REV. LEWIS D. HUG EN;:ator 655 World News I
Barbara Ann WerLRadialDr
Come Worship With Us 1:011 State New .r

Sunday School ___ 1000 A. M. 7:0 Coffee With Ray
WELCOME TO THANKS
OLIVE BAPTIST 'CHURCH Morning Worship ,-,.,... 11:00 A. M. 7:45 World New ReiWringMcWILLIAMS CARD OF
)tT.
Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M.
School 10:00 A. M. 7:50 State Newt
Sunday Evening Worship ..__,. 750 P. :M. -
725
Weather News
Morning Worship _._ 11:00 A. M. GARAGE I wish to express my sincere appreciation
Training Union .........-. (;:30 P. M. Mid-week Prayer Service 730 P. M.; 8:00 Offee with Ray for the many kindnesses
_... 7:30 P. M. brotherhood 4th Friday 7:30 P. M 9:00 Morning Devotions extended to and darIng
Evening Worship Jack Pickles ............. S. S. Supt. BOOKMOBILE SCHEDULE FOR me my family -
Prayer Meeting .......... ... 7.30: P. M.Church 9:15 Musical Interlude the past few months that I have
Sim Andrews -.. B. T. U. Director 9:30 Music Unlimited FEBRUARY AND MARCH IN
Business Meeting First been confined to my bed. Your
REV. ELDRIDGE LYONS, Pastor MADISON OOUN'TYFebruary
Wednesday night of each month. 10:00 News ,. prayers, cards, letters gifts of love,
Brotherhood and W.M.U. Second CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST 10:05 Music Unlimited kind deeds and visits have meant
10:30 4, February 18 March 3
Music Unlimited ,
Thursday night of each month. CHURCH more than I can tell you. God blesa
1100 Musk Unlimited March 17, March 31
Preaching Services Every Sunday all of you. A
11 d5 Public Hanson 10:00-10:45
Service
Worship! With Us. Services TALMAGE BLAND
Come Preaching every Sunday
11:30 Record Pinetta School 1030-12:55
Session
I REV. DOZIER SAPP, Pastor Morning Service 11:00 A. M. :
12:00 World News Mrs Martha Johnson, Librarian
Evening Service 7:30 P. M. BUSINESS WOMAN'S CLUBT
12:15 P.1L Noontime Notes Pinetta Post Office 1:001:43Cherry
LEE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School every Sunday at 12:30 Lake School 10:15-11:30 C Merchant was guest speakerat
REV. I. T. CARTER, Pastor 10:00 A. M. Talk Of The Town the Business Woman's Club Monday
12:40 Uncle Ned Pinetta Quitman Crossroad -
Services every Sunday BTU Every Sunday at 6:15 P. M. 1135-12:00 night at the Club House. h
12:45<< Stat News
_.__ 10OO.A. M.
Sunday School Prayer Meeting every Wednesday The program was presented by
1220 Farm Greenville School-1:15-3:15 .
News
Morning Worship! 11:00 A. M. International Re.
at 7:30 P. M.Brotherhood the Department of
1225 Weather News Mrs Elizabeth: Howen, Librarian '
Training Union 7:00 P. M. first Thursday every 1:00 Greenville Port Office-3:20-3:43 lations. He was introduced by :Mrs
Evening Worship 8:00 P. M. Hillbilly Hit Parade chairman.Mr .
month at 7:30 P. M. 11 Marcus Cherry program
25 March
125 News February February
Prayer Meeting Wed. ... 7:30 P. M. Everybody Welcome. 2:00 Gospel Time 10t March 24 Merchant who toured a

r REV. _J. R. COLLINS Pastot 2:30 Public Service St Regis Nunerles-l1:2G-11-4S number of European countries last
MOSELEY .HALL BAPTIST summer spoke Interestingly of the
2:45 Lee School 12:00-3:00
MADISON CHURCH OP CHRIST Afternoon Melodies
CHURCH i customs and peoples of these various C. E.
225 Mrs Martha Johnson Librarian QUICK
World
&
State Ntwi
701 South Rang* ,
HEV. JACK LAMB Pastor countries and placed emphasis
Office 3:033:34
Lee Post
.S. B, Sapp. Chairman Board; of Sunday Bible Study _. 10.-00 A. M.onTs 3:00 3:45 Afternoon Public Service Melodies. February 12 February 26, March upon the attitude of kindliness, fit 3-6163 BOX <292.
Supper and : of the
and courtesy
Deacons. friendliness
.:... __ 11:00 A. M. (:00 News 11 March 2SllopeweU
Edification .
Billy Bailey _.._ B T.V. Director 4 05 -10:00-10:13 people he met. MADISON. FLORIDA
Leroy Cruse _... Associate DirectorLeroy Sunday Evening Service 7:30 P. M. 425 Reqnest World Parade I Moseley Hall-10:30-10:45 Mrs. Oscar Beck and Miss Irene This Golf Life agent can tell

Cruse '..__.._ S. S. Supt;' Wednesday reiilng' 3:00 & State News Mrs Elizabeth 1 towel. Librarian Williams were hostesses at the you bow, with Adapt-A-
Services ... ____ 1:30 P. M. Request Parade Is
Plan insurance
Miss Merle Bass __ Song Leader f:43 Sports Highlights Slnnans--1J:()( .11:15 social hour. your
Mrs Juanita Cruse __ Pianist 6:00 adaptable. For example, a
Sunday School ....-. 10:00, A. M. NEW, HOPEFULMISSIONARY CHURCH World Ntw'I6:1S ALL CANDIDATES-Please family Income plan can alga

Morning Worship ..?. 11:00 A. M.' Services BAPTIST first and third 625 News Twilight Tunes BUSINESSMEN let us have your political ads provide substantial retirement

Training Union 7:00 P. )(. every If you want customers every TUESDAY NOON at the income. Give him
Sundays at 11 a. m. and 8:00 p. m. 7:OO Sign Off by
8:00 P. )L call today!
) a
Evening Prayer Meeting Worship We*. 7:30 P. 'M. Sunday. School: evecy Sunday 10:00 PROGRAMS SUBJECT TOCHANGE week In tour store, tell 'em latest Thanks. THE E-R.
a. mrralning WITHOUT NOTICE
3ust as I am. wttfcout one plea.I Union every Sunday 1:00 about it in an E-R ad every
come. ReeanSess of vow clothes
cotton Roau- p.m. PlatwHDlyWNiiktwitYllilir week.PUTEGLASS. Watch out
condition. Whether REV. W. T. RYCROFT Pastor
welcome 'ia ---- 4 ""
spun. You are our .
church service BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH
-- -_._--- Welcomes You Ctlr&fa for otherdrivers
CHUfttH OF GOD .r
MADISON
Sunday
Services Every
Sunday School __ 100 A. M. REV CARL V. IVEY Pastor DiscMrftrt? .
''
Morning Worship 11:80 A. M ....,. 10:00 A M. /
Sunday 'School v..u. al.rtra.1. ....... ... .
Evet t Inr Wontn 7-JW" P. M Morning Worship!- __ 11: 0 A. M. .........,. ...a..t".u..r. ....,.. ."....... *_ ,. '
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Tooth Z:nxx We4o..4.y8eOP.M. Choir Practices ..._. 6:00 P. M. '-' ... ..a..r..t.14s A.4 It .... { *
REV. B BftfCKLEY Pastor P. M. ... ..rw. ..tar, tslst 1r ...
mining UnIon.6:30 ....... ... ..4 wd GLASS BLOCK They may not be as experienced or as careful as you
-w. Evening Worship ?:30 P. M ..... .r......e...rra And if really careful driver you'll want to :
Htt'Itc. you're a
't.. B. S. are.
730 P. M.SEVENTHDAY ............ rear>.....,.-... MKXOftSi J;;
CHURCH OF JCfrUS CWfUST OF Prayer Meeting. Wed. "' ''-t17 o.. .. J"f.I&. be sure that you have the right kind protection against '

LATTER .AY SAIMT8 ADVENTIST ..D.a".." I-no.. ,.,.s......S. ....,.....w.let'. .... driving risks and enough of it Call on us for a car .lrI@suraft t

Sunday] School JOHHI Lift,. cJ.iUtKH: .. bM4e.r..Ms .......I-A...f.twIWrbc .... 215 W. Savannah Ave. ( check-up. I..;
L.t..l.eaA '
Sacrameru Meeting ... 11W ,a. m.lEelief Service vnty Satwiay at Madison t..4rd.% .r..e r.r .... C ..... Pheoej CHERRT 2-S2SS, ;
ww.4.rt.. IIIIW ...... .. .
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and place as anaowieei at S. ..- SaM a..h School fc.*.i*wt :2 p. m. ...sat. ....ell t..,.De...11..vpps.a..c.t. ..aj4..-", --t.1.., \.

anent )(eetJnlt. Church: Service at 3 p. so. 'tint iJc4 S., .... Es. ,.... II.-... FOLEY LAWN MOWERSBRK3GSSTRATTON ALL. 'SERVICES AT :AMf3ttCAXLBGfOW EC WILLK. S S Sit tiIB.'J: : cm MOTORS. 108 W. Pmclmejv Telephone HU $.625Q .W .

HALLr HAROLD TAT tutor TekfflT. 10 teat Down Pajmeet '

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