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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: April 1, 1960
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
Coordinates: 30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )
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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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PUBLISHED IN THE EDUCATIONAL AGRICULTURAL AND INDUSTRIAL CENTER OF NORTH FLORIDA

VOL. LDC No. 31 1 Return Postage Guaranteed FRIDAY. APRIL 1. 1960 Madtem, Florida price |0c Yearly 1 Subscript t ion $3.75; Delayed Renewals HOT ;,


CORRECTION! NIL DEMOCRATIC OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT INTTLILS ISSUING or 'I

OFFICIAL '
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In our issue of March 25, 1960, in the political announcement .. .' .t '\ .... ., .
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of Bi. S. (MIKE) LETCHWORTH for District .
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j John Henry Plant in ,Madison also -'. '. '- .> ...,

Mrs W :M Offlesby in Greenville. :;s '
'No. Bi INITIALS OF :
These two lines had NO PLACE in the advertise- DEMOCRATIC SAMPLE PRIMARY oT' ISSUING

-Tnent of :Mr. Letch-worth. They were in error. The way ...." \-L'WiIi' ............, 'STUB NO. 2 OmCIAL' .
it happened was as follows: In our March 18th issue a .. .
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announcement page the two lines concerning Mr Plant and ..if'" 1''' !' '1' '

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THE POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT. It was an unin- '' -- .

tentional error on the part of THE ENTERPRISE-RE : '.' >...i.'' MAY 3, 1960'J. f |
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C. MERCHA'NT, JR., Managing Editor '
j TO VOTE for a person whose name is printed on the ballot, mark a cross *(X) on the square 1'-

1 tI I ;.1 at'the RIGHT of:the name: of the person for whom you desire to vote. : I:

\ BRYANT TO SPEAK ... ,.

SATURDAY : JUDICIAL ;.... .COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTUREVote SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION; <

For Justice of the Supreme ( for one) (Vote for one)

Farris Bryant, candidate for < ', Court of the State of, Florida ,
Governor, will speak in Madison ,; f( ,
Saturday afternoon at 430. .." Group No. 1 ....: ;" ... \'?.'""'' BENSON, :BERGER T',,i Gt- : MRS. LUCY GARDNER 'lJfit.! ; :
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t 'The regular meeting oi CouagyCouncil ? ... e ..-' r '
PTA will be held at Cherry z GLENN TERRELL -" /. .\ R. "BUSTER" HANCOCK': a 1/
Lake School Tuesday, April 5, at .. ,' For County Commissioner :,,: :

7:30. An interesting. progranj and r t.l' For Judge of the District Court CHARLIE RACE 'II K ?[] District( No. 1 > '..,.'._'of .
installation of'new. rneen( will be a ( (Vote for One) ,f- t
held. Public.cordially invited to at- of Appeal 1st Appellate District, ,. CAREY REAMS eSTATE a, '" ," .
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BISHOP NEW PRESIDENT "* '- ,
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4.".H -, '. ,i.JCHt. '.UDQNALD fjt t K. CARROLL '. 0 I. AlLCAJIILL. j,. i t. 0 For County Commissioner .
Griffin Bishop watt elected presl- t. .
dent of the-- Rotary Club at a .. CIRCUIT JUDGE THIRD. :. f1I.'.l ERNEST E: COLLINS ;- '. [3 District No. 3

business meeting held Tuesday Judicial Circuit, Group. No;-.1 I.... EDWIN LARSON : if (Vote for One) ..\*
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night ''Directors elected were Carl :.f- (Vote for one 4 < : v "'
Bevis,, Tommy Beggs, Pat Cantey, : r't".1'' h"r. IVILUAM'. 0. WURRELL ; H !'_. .
:;. l '"I I. ; .,. ;. :fl I If LAMAtf ANDREWS Q .
'Burch Cornelius, HE Me Arthur.Randell "*" T .
HAL W. ADAMS 0'-- : "'
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Rowe and Vernon: Ragans. RAILROAD AND PUBLIC UTILITIESCOMMISSIONER GROVER C. CONE :70WILBURN

Mr Bishop succeeds' 'E Mo A. K.. BLACK / -' 0 fSAMTOL f.... '
.. Arthur. ""(f .: T. DAVIS fj|
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The meeting was held 'in the i. ,.. :... o" .' .
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an informal Stag Night : "l District No.5Vote

.supper of broiled chicken. Governor, a yc.,BLANTON: _. rr .' ( for One) ,.
The Guest speaker was the Rev (Vote for one) ., "L -LJ.::

.Bali McCumber of Thomasville, Ga EDWIX LEE "ZD" MASONLEGISLATIVE 0 '
HARVIE BELSER TJ' -, -- GARY PHILLIPS QCOLE2HAN ]
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of Commerce, and pastor of RICHARDSON
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the Church of the Nazarene. His STATEHOUSE '

topic was religion in the home and HAYDON BURNS Q '' OF REPRESENTATIVES .. ,! : F. T. (TEBO) WEBB 0 .
home devotional ,
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Visitors included Charles Stout DOYLE E. CARLTON, JR. fj : (Vote for one) ;.. ; For Member: School Board r':

A T Gibson Sr, and Charles Shear. t '
THOMAS E. (TED) DAVID Q GEORGE W. JEWELL, JR. Q District.N o. 2 ---

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._.._ GEORGE A. DOVNS 0 OTIS R. PEAVY T QCOUNTY RUSS DUGAN C 0
The registration books for the
llay, 1960, primary election will BILL HENDRIX Q '
\ ,R.V.. (BOB) MILNER1 ,Q]
Abe open every day In the office ....
.of. the Supervisor of Registration JOHN M. :MCCARTY "'[0. COUNTY JUDGE '' ..
through January, February, and'Mardi. *-' 1-. .: For Member School Board, c-
JIM McCORVEY [0Secretary (Vote for one) :: riil- District No. 4 .:'
If registered in 1958 or : }.j.I'
since you you are OK for voting and of State CURTIS. D. EARP 0::R.ED :' .j";; (Vote for OneV ) .

ado not have to t e-regimr. "
ARTHUR E. RAGANS (Vote for one) 'ti'IN.L., (EDDIE) FLO\VERS 0 \ H. (BILLY) BAILEY

Supervisor of Registration. ,
19 T'hru March-ch TORS ADAJIS Q'EV. SHERIFF S. R. SAPP 0

4GENE" FISHER (Vote for one) +- ..
I Registration Books .. ,, 0 JUSTICE OF THE PEACE ,. '

THOMAS 5. FOUTS 0 BILL 31ACK NENDRY 0SD k District No5 ,

i Open on Tuesday Nigbts ED HORISBY 0 lIE H. 3100RE : (Vote for one), c. ...1j;'

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TAX ASSESSOR JAMES i!!:]; :. .
opened for .
registrati-m each Tuesday
t night from 7 to 9 In the J, L, {(MACjIc3IULLEN' d (Vote foe one) A, L. (ROOSTER) LEGGETT, SIt '(fj]], : ,1 .

I office of the Supervisor of Regis* r l.. _. -- 'I,.. .'... .
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Books close April 2. Application JESS YARBOROUGH 0 J. DICKINSOr District No.5' '
\. for absentee ballot for May 3 primary 0
I\.t. can be made AFTER March COMPTROLLERVote TAX COLLECTOR (Vote for one) .',

15, and must be made before April
I r 28, and absentee ballot must be In ( for. one) (Vote fer one) J. D. BISHOP" -DM.

the office,by S p m May 2, the .
I't,; day before the first primary.: RAY E. GREEN 0 J .: (IKE) IIUTTO D. S. (3IIKE) LETCHWORTH fj ,

, ARTHUR E RAGANS J. L. LEE d PAT;nLLlNOR 0 ALBERT 0. SSTRUNKr a
5 Supervisor of Registration .'

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PUCE T NCO :: i' ,. THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER> MADISON FLORIDA z.. FRIDAY. APRIL t 1960 J

---- It's so much .easier ElectEDWIN I I I JC Easter CandiesPANGBURNSBELLE *I POSTMASTER MEETING WATCH THE E-R FOR .;i
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CHECK'NGSi f L. (Eddie) FLOWERS I r Mac's Furniture & I
check I
ACCOUNT to pay by CAMP I Postmaster M J Blalock.

docs' ,. ..... your.. '.r!I-,. ,. Smith Drug Store'CHIlly 'man of District 2, National chair-Association -I Appliance I I Ii
The postman your COUNTJUDGE.11.man of Postmasters. attended
footwork when joM pay *.. .*-' '\.' \ a meeting of the Florida Chapter i FORMAL OPENING i i
bills by check. You save :; who is ,capable sand of the NAP in Gainesville Satur-
time, energy and willing to serve all the people Court day. The meeting got off to a fine ---- -- J
eliminate the risk of honestly and faithfully. I pledge start with a luncheon at Holiday I At the business meeting. Mrs f

carrying around large to you that, when I am elected Janie Freeman driving while Intoxicated Inn attended by 70 or more repre :Sara Rogers postmistress at, Live

sums of cash. Open an yofcr County Judge, the reputation ,$100 or sixty da7SAle k f Dbtr ututatires-.rFthe d. 17_.counties-in' the:'ask.., was'narrrnAtzd** .DiSirict, C\a1r-

.. L --account.IMK .." ". and the dignity of the'so, driving without license. $25 or]I[ man.
4't : meal .. .. ,
thirty
County Court will be upheld days to concurrentlywith

: IF A GREENVILLE to the highest degree. John preceding Allan Meath.sentence.speeding $25 I BETTER TRADES!::' !

(Paid Political AdVU.BenJamin or thirty days. --""*
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MEMBER. ,OF FEDERAL INSURANCE DEPOSIT I Albert Perkins drunkenness, $25 !t
4 CORPORATION Davis, NatSocal Director or thirty days. Also, permitting an ON i
.... 'rIO, (; d .;_ _'. 'GlteENVTTLE, FLORIDA of Jaycees, has returned from)unauthorized person to drive, sen- .: .
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spending a week In Tulsa tence Withheld NewCadillac
where he attended a National Mary Ella Savage, drunkenness,

Ted's Plate Sfcp Board meeting' :$25 or thirty i days. Pontiac,

TED GIBSON, OWNER The thousand acres of the J A
1956 Ford 4 dr. Radio
Located 2nd floor Tri-County Electric p/4. ? "Oruce land was bought in Wednes-
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Co-Op Bldg., Madison each day oT last week for $5000: by the Rambler Vauxhall
Thursday, 9 AM-6 PM i I & Heater; was $795 mortgagee. General Electric Credit

For Photo Service on other days Corporation.The Corporation agreed
Call Ted.. Gibson, phone 29().W, now $595 to waive any deficiency Judg. WARE MOTORS
Perry.: ment. The case was more or less
Dab Weddings ; HARDEE MOTOR CO. of a compromise, with both sides VALDOSTA, GEORGIA
Portray : ID* Passports sharing the loss. I

-Funeral- .
TED SHOOTS ANYTHING, ANY- of

WHERE ANY TIME.

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VOTE FOR VALUESFREE

-1 j:1t Lamar Andrews -

FOR LADIES Children's
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} COUNTY COMMISSIONER MISSES & JUNIOR Her Majesty Slipsin
I District Three-Madison County
One pair of our regular 9Sc
Paid Political Adv't
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"MY FAVORITE .CANDIDATES DRESSESNew beautiful half and
I, Ladies: Hose with purchase of
'H SLUMBER PARTY ADpEftT SE- IN THE Dress Shoes. New styles in 2- Ick whole, with a lot of frilly
ENTERPRISE RECORDER. Lovely Spring Shades in
in and 3-in heels in new Bone ruffles.
Bevis, of Mr THE PHONE NUMBER (OF
Betty daughter j White TM14JJ sji Cotton Sheers
Red Patent and \ti'hites.Y .
and Mrs Carl Bevis, celebrated her THE E-R) IS HU 3-636L Sizes14
thirteenth birthday with a slumber CALL 'EM 'TOW TORE; (! 100% Dacrons i \

party last Friday night. March 25, SERVE SPACE' IN NEXT, i a Dacron-Polyester. itt! I $2. tO $4.
at her home Nine young girl WEEK'S EDITION." ? "
friends enjoyed th3 occasion. with I I II t Cotton-," oVCupioni. 'q f i'
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Betty.. 4 ARTIST SERIES rw PRESENTS The Styles' that are Right for ,. Children's
Guest* Arrived for supper servedIn -- .
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FINAL EVENT '
,the dlnln' room lifter which they MESSES
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attended he theatre. Saturday :
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morning.: .the *H* 1" prepares their The Artbt Series AuodaUon 9 :1.9' Ay'> CINDERELLA and
own breakfast. Betty received loti,will present the Florida StateUnhenlty -- -.- .$.6 : : ._! A$: ,
of nice gifts. Mrs Bevis assisted Singers '=roof .of-7' .-, -- .-.- ; ,mss YOUNGLAND:
her daughter In cntertamlhjr. selected voices urdcr the directtorihip BOYS,SHORT SLEEVE ., BAG3r.HATS GIXYES.,5HOES1 T0>SIATCH\ ,ALL OUTFITS, '
Guests included Judv Livingston' of Dr Wiley Housewrfglii.
Shirley Merchant, Mary Carol Thursday, April 7f &t the Aladison Sptrt Sirls JIEN'S -SHORT SLEEVE GIRLS'
Naughton; Sherry Woodard, Patty!: Wonun'c Club at 8:15 p m. This
Hughes. tackle ,Cooper Carlena; will be the AssocUtion'c final eventfor Sport ,$ his Hats Bags Gloves
Morrow and Arm Ramans.J the season. WASH 'N WEAR BY BLUE ,
Robert A Kennedy, Instructor InMusic BELL and TOM .SAWYER.Our .> WASH 'N WEAItSANFOAIZED
at NFJC, says that *the pro- Reg. 1.79 to ,2.98 AND $ and Shoes!
J 1. BETA CLUB TGURB NFJC gram .> '
has not been announced: y
tiddtiver, In the part the ,Unlvery O'9 hl B... .l MANY FABRICS t
Approximately 85: Beta Cub .ttr Singers* programs have m our Rtg. 2.'8 ,and .9S2f to go with every
members were treated to'tour a grand
eluded spirituals, folk songs -and 4fortt00PLAIDS
of the-North Florida -Jtmfog ,
other. numbers calculated to rS5.00 ,
EASTER
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appeal
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College last Saturday March to typical audiences.rilernbershlpr ." - ,- OOTFITI :. IV
The college students wirt -
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greeted W Ben Malnor Presidentof MEN'Sby .. -I
All members who will be ,1 ::}
the Student Council of vNKIC OYS' aErr'sw ..;: .--, I:. ." -
unable to attend.this final event '
Steve and Jo Knight Ann ,Jones."Senators Nels of Falk the,Studenf -and. are asked to make their seats C .. __...1R..QUERS, .. ,.. ,' White sand Pastel. ..
'Ie. .. Council.' "' "f ... V avaUabte"1' Bother persons. AND SOL1bijbt5iil8 S HUBBARD and LADN DAD -SHIRTS- I J { .

During the tour the
J:1"OUP''ere an automaticWASHN
served refreshments by Martha HARDY ATTENDS CONFERENCE ;
Tomlinson.. Instructor in Art and t41$ WEAR by CRAIG NOBLE our own

Philosophy, and Kaye Van Mat, RICH FABRICSof brand. The best fitting shirt 52.98TO
Director Xkxm&elirg at NFJC.W57 Dr Blanche Hardy, Director 'Of DACRON and
: the Guidance: Center for North POLYESTER anywhere
Florida Junior College attendedthe t
Chmy StaHwivagon Second Annual Conference on RESISTS SPOTS '
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Technical Education sponsored by andYRINKLES

one owner :awl the Florida State Department of : ,,
Education In Jacksonville, on 95Children's

jeal.- nice; was S1495- March 25.26.According .to Dr? Hardy, approxi- i % 1(t 51 o.

mately 125 educators and representatives
,*, iOW11ARDEE- $1195. from Industry were
taken through a rapid but extremely ..1 Pebble Knit
MOTOR CO. worthwhilewserles of speeches,

... panels and speffil group meetings PANTIES -
C CANDIDATES, Don't let, concerning technical education,
j equipment and physical facilitiesfor A REAL BUY.
your friendly opponents buy up OUR
technical laboratories, and
all the ad space in The E-R I''i curriculum development for mechanlcal MEN'S S2.98. REG. 39c
from now till the election. and electronic technology.
Tinny voters who read will absorb -1 I The Conference placed a heavy -UNDERWEAR-

every word of your mes emphasis on post high school train- AND .4SIFRo0
sage. I log through' junior colleges," Dr Shorts and Shirts .

r. Hardy reported. "Junior colleges S
can tender a great service to their
I country and their communities by Our Reg. 60c 53.98CUAIG
I training the mechanical and electronic
I technicians who are so muchIn
I demand today."
2 NOBLE TIES TO GO
ADVERTISERS Please let
WITH ANY OUTFIT
us have your ADS by TUES I Ij
c DAY NOON. THANKS. THE '
z ofz: E.R.' FOR You Can Charge it at
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ORKIN Lawn Mower Service j PANTS TO ataTCx3.9g'4.98

;: Repairing and rebuilding; also anytype 51100 charge or take monthsto ,

4', Collect 3-4 340 Talla hassee.. small engines repaired ''

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I CONSERVATIONby Easter CandiesPANGBURN'SBELLE *

"MY FAVORITE CANDIDATES

ADVERTISE IN THE ( L C Brun r. I CAMPSmith.
Soil: Conservation lien Ice)
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I The fertilizing, of
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THE PHONE NUMBER (OF
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I pastures going on in the
THE E-R) IS HU 36361.IMndfcon District for several weeks. SII1LOII ORGANIZES BTU (

CALL 'EM NOW TO RE-: Mr Kermit Davenport of the Pin-
ALL SIZES AND SHAPES, NEWEST COLORS >,: etta community was one of the first
SERVE SPACE IN NEXT A BTU was organized at ShiloH
ths; spring to fertilize his pasture
_:: -- WEEK'S EDITION." I wing' a 5-15-15 top dressing with Missionary Baptist church recently,

: j.IIr 50 pounds of nitrogen. E E Phillips, with following officers: presidentDec.
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i who lives about three miles south Roosevelt Taylor; viee-pres*
IN CIRCUIT COURT MADISON iof Lee Florida has fertilized his: Terctha Harmon; secretary Louise

hd & Co. I COUNTY. FLORIDA: EQUITYW CO acre bahia pasture using a ratio Dux Is. nsst. sec., Detty Washington:; ;
E HANCOCK and I of 211. He has used two pounds treasurer Gertrude Washington; .

during oarClearance EPPIE LEE HANCOCK. Plaintiffs I.' of nitrogen for each pound of pianist Brenda Miller, program

v 1.RICHARD. super phosphate and potash ucd.Mr committee chairman, Mamie Mo,
II STKINGFELLOW. Phillips plans to use 80 to 100 Cray, Refreshment committee chair.
Sale AUDREY STRINGFELLOtV. pounds of nitrogen in two lIppl: Q- man. Lottie Laurifi anti teachers

: and T J BEGGS. JR. Defendants tions per acre. I Tcietha McCray, Christine l\IcKln.

I NOTICE OF SUIT One of the important plant foods: ne),and Lee Butler
It I II DtyC&odss TO: RICHARD H STRINGFELLOWand in fertilizer is nitrogen. This element Meetings each Sunday afternoonat
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t .h s9JAYCEES AUDREY STRINCFELLOW,1)s, ) found in the plant in large quan 5.00 p. m. The following themes ...
't I 115.' "D" Street SE, Apartment No. l titles and is essential to all growth have been discussed: Building A .
At Cost! I 2"Wahington: 3. D. C.: t It stimulates the vegetative portion Life What is God's Plan for My

pose with Explorer Scouts at recent meet- You, Richard 11 Stringf ellow'and, "plants, such as leaves and stems. Life, Service: and Things to Value

; ing.' Left to right Ben Pfeil, Wayne \Veger, Joe Stafford, Audrey W Strinefellow. arc hereby Rapidly growing young plants likeCrass and Things to get Rid of.
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Scouts Bunting and Milliner. Al Fiori, and Jim Mon- :: notified that Complaint to foreclosea contain large amounts of Support by the community wilt

crief. (E-R PHOTO) TIlE certain mortgage on the following nitrogen in their tips. Nitrogen be appreciated. |
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NHA NEWS All of the personal property, assets then to increase the : and
Easter CandiesPANGBURN'SBELLE I protein A of students of the North
group
merchandise: furniture, fix- I '
Week tC't'dlng8J as well as to stimu- Florida Junior College enjoyed a
The NIIA ,Chapter held Its annual ending nu29tb tures and chattels used In connec r late their growth. A well fertilized
night at the Legion
CAMP Mx )fIlL RI.VedneKay tion with dance Friday
"Mother and Daughters Banquet" and located in that certain '
i \ posture prevents soil erosion, furn-
Friday night March 18 Madison 73 44 XO hotel and luncheonette business Hall.
Smith Drug Store fakes: better grazing and has greater .
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ability to recover after a droughtI
The stage was beautifully decorated Friday 73 54 jo building on the corner of Base Easter Candies *

BETA CLUB DISTRICT with the theme. -Blue Print Saturday 77 49 J5 and Range Streets in the City of
MEETING for Action." The three course meal Sunday 81 65 .00 M&t1Win, ifadison County Florida ',I.I The Great Books Discussion Group" PANGBURN'S-BELLE CAMP
I war served on tables overlaid with Monday and more particularly described ini[ met Monday night In the NFJC
The first meeting of the Seventh white cloths. Beautiful azaleas were. 84 61 jOO the Inventory attached to the bill I!( library.th discussion The! Gospel A Smith Drug Store
Beta Club District was held In strewn down each table. Tuesday 81 60 .00)( cf sale. I According. to St Matthew,
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There were sixty-five! membersand lured the chapters accomplishment., Total .15! sr "hfci H the property of Fore- f
their sponsors present, honoring Jenyethel N Merrill on Rainfall week esding Mar 26th Est Hirm, hoc!, and all 0 personal I
representing
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eight dubs. This Is your Lifethe fashtonette, at Gibson Tower none, Lovett b* |one'nss! and wearing apparel of I, .....-- .....u:

L 'The morning's program r consistedof and the honoring of Seniors of the Tower 0.20 In, Aucilla Tower 050)the! rnn-*rasurs.k .

the invocation by Rev J Paul chapter who had been active members In, Sinclair Tower O.10 in. Mill Together' Kith all rights, titles, .: THE COMPACTCAR. WITH v-s. GO'
members and improvements thereon' .
of the chapter 4-6 The ""
Creek J
year Tower none, Madison forestry
Touchton, words of welcome by
unto the plaintiffs
M Mr Burch Cornelius, Principal Seniors speaker were really Prof overjoyed.Our James J headquarters none. I I has been tiled against you and you I Rambler -
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Sun rises
Apr lit 6:24 "
am, sets Rebel
Madison High School, and Mr Gardner, president of SRJC was 6:53 are required to serve a copy of
Griffin pm.Moon your Answer or Pleading to the'
Bishop, County Superin- introduced by Ollie M Donaldson. I
'} tendent, response by the Cross City Thanks to all of the,persons that sets Apr lit 11:54 pm. Complaint on the Plaintiffs At-
i Beta Club, and group singing led : made this banquet one that will Moon in constellation of Taurus tome}*. J D HooCH, 101 Madison.. ,
Apr 1st.High Lake City. Florida, and to file the
by Mr Wailer Whitlock and San always be remembered )by us the
s tide Apr 1st at St Marks original Answer or Pleading in the
graduating lICI ors.i
dra Ulm. Mr T C Merchant SrKao
light 6:00 office of the Clerk of Circuit Court
Three with putt _
i members along our -- 1E
the morning. address speaking '
I Madison Florida before
advisor, attended the State .Con* on or *
of his trip to Russia and vcntion in Tallahassee at Florida. CIRCUS SCENE Monday, the 25th day of April. I960If srts.

other foreign countries. The color A & M University.The you fail to do so, judgment by I

slides which he showed were most group ed'f'I'y fine The little folks of Mrs Brown's default will be taken against you
for the relief demanded in the Com-
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interesting. and educational meeting. section 3 of the first grade of the '
Other highlights of the day included One of our own chapter members Madison plaintThis
Elementary School stageda Notice shall be published !
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a guided tour of the North Janie Bell Bennett was elected '
child's cirrus clowns actors and each
once week for four coruecu-
t talent treasurer Get the V-8 performance you
Florida Junior College, a
all at the Lions Club tine weeks In The '
meeting Enterprise-Re- want plus the feature
AdvisorMary Belle James I compact car
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school cafeteria
show lunch in the ,
Iteporter-lance Bell Thompkins. Tuesday. They were warmly applauded conJu.I *you Deed ia the'60 Rambler
served by mothers of Beta members for their show. ,I Done and Ordered at \Iadsm.: Rebel. Room for sit 6-footcrs on

and election of District of Mrs Bob Lay and Mrs Al Hofflander Florida, this 22nd day of March aa tasyto-parlr, lo8-laeh wheel- .

ficers. The new slate of officers .t. GARDEN CIRCLES spoke briefly of the Easter I 160. base. Excfasiv Personalized ara
: individually adjustable
Is: President, Elizabeth Field of Seal campaign for the Crippled (SEAL) front seats. Improved fuel econ- ,
Garden Circles will 10:00 DALE M.
meet
at LESLIE
White Springs; Vlce-PresIdent, Children fund and of the supperbeing Clerk omy. Drive the exciting 200 HP
Secretary a. m. Thursday. April 7th. Azalea {I Circuit Court Madison County, Rambler Rebel V-8 215 HP .
Johnny Defore of Starke; held this Friday evening for! l ;
Circle with Mrs Gordon Williams Florida "Power Pack"also available *
'x Linda O'Steen of Mayo, and .with of flower the campaign.The Seal .
a program arrangement (Circuit Court ) t. cwrc AIICJItICM verve ,
p Treasurer,. Judy Littleton of Madi-; ; Camellia Circle with Mrs D dub voted to send a boy J. a HODGES. .(

F Burnett with program on Spring to Boys* State as heretofore. let EL Madison Street fi t

son.Mayo was selected host school Flower Show; and Dogwood Circle Visitors included Jim Blasin- Lake .FJorida _;.___

for the next district meeting. 1 with Mrs P J Pammore with Mrs game of Valdosta: John Dickinson Attorney for Plaintiff. _______ ".J ; :

J G Ashley Sr, presenting a pro- a former dub member, now of March 25 April I. 8, 13, 22 : \ ___ _. _

cram on Church Floral Arrangements Tallahassee: and Ry Leach of ______
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the,Montteelk Stockyard Inc. FATHER PASSES CHECKV1TII

,, March 28, 88 cattle and calves were I Shop Eagle's Easter CALL EDGAR FAIRCLOTHYICKERS .f .

zr sold compared to 67 a week ago. i Mr rr Hall. age 83 of,...Ban
most slaughter ; Bnrke ..
xl active .:
ij .1 classes Trading! few fully ste dy. Cows f E Tuesday night: u'taftez Parade of Yafees .Fife "' -, IMPLEMENT COMPANY
i\ 'hospital elI .
v i' strung Jilt Ext : C .y
.i ; Slaughter steets..ltuv- Standard I te5drd illness5 Pie U #the father ,>:: J'.1 enwtting ] h 9 --y" t" RAMBLER. -CMC DEALER "
it;. .. of'Mrs R J"Blair''*of..1 diIoa. *, i... LW' ..- j| 'MADISON.' :
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FLORiDA -
TAlJ. -. The regular spring term of Cir-
WATERF0WBEAUTIFUL. : 0 y JESS REVELLS of PinetU do you cuit Court began here Monday
OFTEN ; ,. ..;i..; 0CALLED' with Judge Adams presiding.The .
/( read the Fisherman's Calendar
,,:J 1r jury panel was called, and
CON51bERED' -rHE' McS'SUMM'rt i + iiJ: 4!. stTtt the
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PUCKIN +,I wJJ'TI BELLY J. Woodward
J C Cartmilf,. Jim A
NORTH tJNPANr Townsend, E C Thigpen, J B
AMERICA' -5' ''- COBLE'S Whitty, J II
IN trANAAB 'I FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR .. Cruce. \
Foc.rw A T1AKri t4 Ar FOR THE WIIK APRIL 3 THRU APRIL 10 Y Grand Jury.was drawn as follows 1 l
.. F1.ORIPATHE .. ) Ft514 Bowl. '. ... : W M Aman, Z M Andrews,
YEAR AROUNrJ k"- R6N' n.V CN THE o toSAuA B R Ra)ney. 'rH J ,
Thijnwn W E'
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C: <5u>REp krt"b Ward. Darmort Capayne, Walter
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[ SPRtIJCs S % / > M Brown, R W Newsome, Dorman
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RLPt6rDEFI5 '. 3 I.4 5 I 6 I 7 j- 8 9 I 10 :- Surtes, Lacy R Woodard, Steve
'DESGRIPT MI )4 >ee f IIII I 1. Robinson, Albert Waldrep, A C ,
Je"EY 1VHITE>r .. G57 78:31 9:19 10:06 10:54 'JIW 12:33 ; Ulnv Claude King, Ralph Davis,
.. NE5 y 1 JtJ ,. RING ,. t. PM PM PM PM PM PM PM' AM Johnnie Tuten H W Eakins W A
II.OW TRJK Barfield. Lacy Woodard was recommended

Ic I 11 Blacker the FIsh ....-... Batter the Day for Fishing I I.t' JGRAY1511 and appointed Foreman -
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Ma5TLY Z M Andrews Acting,: Fore-
< man, and \V A Barfield Clerk. U
S BROWN O'Quinn was sworn in as bailiff to

WoOf i .t' HOWARDJTODSTIL[ the Court Grand charged jury. the Grand Jury, J t I

PucP FEMALE .-_ 1 1 following)) which M Court was recessed

INNABNCH iTS WOODLAND WARS J .
AS CYPZE5S LA OO 5 AND TRtE DiDERED LAk E5 I LYE&5 1 WORK BEGINS

F\.OINA GAME AMP FRGH WATER FISH COMMISSIO Lumber company Work has begun on insulatingthe

underside of the Science BuildIng -
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& H M Cobb of Redington Beach

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VOTE FORAndrews and Mrs James Hardee and Mrs

Lamar CARD OF THANKS Easter CandiesPANOBURNSBELLE Fred Hardee. -x-

: THANKS Mrs Albert Wing of Ocala is a
FOR .- CAM weekend visitor here with her
COUNTY COMMISSIONERDistrict I wish to thank the friend and parents, Mr and Mrs A W Vann,
Smith
neighbors for their many acts of I Drug .Store and in Tallahassee Saturday and
.!Ir. Farmers For buying all of our International Fertili- Three Paid-Madison Political County Adv't). kindness, messages sympathy and Sunday accompanied by Mrs Vann,
Ser[ last week Our warehouse was down to the barewalls ( beautiful flowers during the illness who will attend the Florida

: but our trucks have been rollin steady and we and passing of my wife Mary Dr and Mrs N 0 Halverson of Women's Press Club.l955Mercury.
:can take rare of your orders promptly now. If you LAND DEALS Benko. Cedar Rapids, Iowa, were visitors I
Jiaven't tried it should will be ahead at harvest -
you you I especially express appreciation over the week end of Mr and Mrs 2 dr HT
time if do! ,
; you to Drs Coggins, Brinson Bou- C
L J and L Glass, and all visited the Foster -
Distributor
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Inc to
i. \\' !NO\V HAVE VELVET BEAN SEED Roy M Smith and wife, parts of land, for their untiring efforts to Memorial at White Springs.Dr real cream puff
help her. .
'*'.1 We still have a limited supply of Coker's, Funk's, Dekalb NWU of XWU, Sec 11, Tp 1 S, Sincerely formerly Halverson colleagues and Prof at Glass Culver-were
RIDE. HARDEE MOTOR CO.
\. & Speight Seed Corn. \ William Benko, husband Stockton college in Missouri I
George M King and wife to
WE' CARRY COMPLETE LINE OF LAWN AND James T Klllingswonh Sr and wife,

I GARDEN SUPPLIES 300 ft x 20 ft x 30L3 ft x 20 ft
% "JP m SEH of *T:: 4. Scc 7Tp>> 2 N,
*1 We carry. complete 1 line .of Field & Garden Seed; In R 10 tof .
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K eectic3d .s,.:prayers, Dusters; anil Farm Supplies. **..' 4f'_Gc ge M, King and wSfe/.tO / SPECIAL 1fftINOTICE }
c : Board 'of County Commissioners, :
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\VE CARRY A LINE OF FRM FEED FOR z
Madison County quit claim deed.
: LIVESTOCK AND. POULTRY DELIVERED FRESH -
to part of SE!4 of NEK! Sec 7,|
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EACH WEEK.... Tp 2 N, R 10 E for street and! .
Trade: with Us-Your Neighbor Docs i road rights of way.. .. ,
harry Joseph Davits\ and wife to .
BlLLi MILTON CAVEMadison / G W Wiggins, 50 ft x 115 ft in I ., ,,, ': I
NE A of SWU! Sec 23, Tp 1 N, f.' a. .
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Mr
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building Nov 14th 1959: 1 Due to weather delaying farm work many of you are 'x:
FARM
T E Clark Jr and" wife to Law- -. H 'behirid -r will be behind in your farming- operations. "''.f
rence Roffe and wife. Lot 20, <*' '
e Florida Lakeside Terrace, City of Madison. So, in order to help you catch up we :are slashing our _

fU3-66/6 Evans Waldrep a dire to State I t prices WAY DOWN in some cases to COST to give you..a...- ,, ..
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152 and 153, SID No 5, Cherry : ,
to. Shop. ;EagkV ..EasterParade : ..... NEW,- ji MANAGERS Lake Farms Project.0,631 acres;; jl! :- These Prices good until May U\h.\ .: : ::1: : tI'i t-|: .
for a State Wayside' Park with -
Mr ;
and Robert
Mrs Hammock
of'\.Yakes Page are .now managing the White I WOP reversion clause. ", !1 ;1 TWO ROW DIESEL TRACTOR Model 435D1; i
drive-in. Mrs A W Shacklejord is
4. chief cook. John Merritt genial 1 Wth, Power Adjusted rear wheels, 13-inch rear tires. i I
2. former proprietor, 'hospitalized 1951 Henry J 2 dr. new l'5speed transmission. Float ride seat. ',

-- I locally.SPRING tires good special .t. : *
runs ;. was '. $2845.00 : i


:GARDCNIM? SALE $295 now $145 Price ..:. .,

HARDEE MOTOR CO. Regular price was $3423.00, price reduced $578.00 J'- :'. ,

The Rev Columbus Benjamin Two Row Gasoline Model 430W Tractor .'

Smith will be ordained to the With power adjusted rear wheels, 13-inch rear tires,
Sacred Order of Priests at an ordination -
5-speed transmission, .dual power lift. .
service April 6, in the
Church of The Redeemer Jacksonville "
PLENTY DIXIE 18 SEED CORN where the Rev Smith has Price $2395.00 VRegular

been serving as Deacon.ADVERTISERS .
FRESH PEA AND BEAN SEED '
price was $2735.00.
Please let 1. .

.- S p ig t'HybridSeed: :: Cifra i iGr@y us have your ADS by Trade in your old Tractor-buy on the John Deere ..
DAY NOON. THANKS.TUES-l credit plan.

c, ( ..: ',& Cijg..:W a.ter ielli 'SWI E-R. We are also cutting prices on good rebuilt Used Tractors, .. ,
all makes hand.
most on
, WE HAVE ONION PLANTS Lieut and Mrs W F Langford Jr''
and daughters Pam and Leslie 011
t.:': TRY SOME OF OUR GOOD GA.RED SWEET POTATOESSee Goldsboro N C, spent last
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us for your: FEEDS-GROCERIES-FRUIT-" here with Mrs Langford

'; VEGETABLES AND OTHER NEEDS Mr and Mrs Paul Mcclune.x parenu,1 SCHROERIMPLEMENT

t, LARD CANS SEEDS -
Mrs Dagmar Jensen of
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here far an extended visit with her
son-in4aw and daughter Mr and
! Mrs Benjamin Davis and children:
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& SONS. Lawn Mower Service !

r nuj-xsss .. Repairing and rebuilding also 'any John Deere Tractor Dealer

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.. FRIDAY APRIL I. 1960 THE ENTERPRISB-REOOHDER, MADISON FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN .

J The Rev Lewis Hughen, pastorof CANDIDATESr-pIease let Participants on the WMAF- pro
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V ANNOUNCING Mitt Dtr rk:ErelynuM Easier CafiePANCiuRJ -
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Baptist Church:: have your ad by-= gram Hymns and Meditations, next
T" -' Blr. aid Irs be transferred this Week from Lake I. Exd.E CAMP :TUESDAY NOON Sunday at 8:30 am will' be Mrs C
: -' to MIrry11is8rilc City Veterans' Administratioo C Armstrong and Mrs W E Harris*
.\.. i pital to the V A Hospital I In- 1101-1. SiH Ihi&iceRALLY Thanks. THE E-R. and daughters, the Misses Linda,
Rtfeert H cck { .
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Tenn for surgery. lie TO RECEIVE AWARD( Joy and Lill Hanna
died by Mrs Uu ben. The I APRIL i -
NEW MANAGERS -_._. _._---- Rev Mr Rowe is the Interim pastor I OH Tires Are Unsafe

OFT ... during Mr Hughen's absence.. The date of the Cherry Lake Next Sunday,April 3, at 3OQ p m
;; T political rally has been chanced the !:uwannee River Regional Library Spring Tire Sale is now going
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-;n"Be .::11 .f''t.9't" ,f. tit Siop Eagfe's Easter announced this weekADVERTISERS was will be presented with the on-Come in and get your set

1\-- L ., Dorothy Canfield Fisher Award of Firestone Tires. Now at a
Ulliet. 4 Please let for the Hook-of'I'he-Month Club.
Parade of Values Page great savings.
Dr Frank G
us have your ADS by TUESDAY Slaughter will make i
Open 6 days a week for your the presentation at exercises held Davis Service Station
NOON. THANKS. THE
convenience. 2. at Library Headquarters in Live I
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Closed Sundays ,Oak. Phone HU 3-6601, ;Madison, Fla.

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A new, law -approved, February I I __ ,A.Charming Mellow-toned Maple Perfect for Today's Homes

20 of this year, directs price sup f- S
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Mrs W C Pnlliam of Pinetta
1959 [levels. The support price for
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is announcing today the engage :,
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1960-crop' flue-cured tobacco, there ment of her daughter, Doris Evelyn ..
fore! will average B55 cents per to AOC Lonnie Turner Davis, Jr'of
'pduna:the same dollars-and cents the United States Nary, son of Mr '
average. level in effect for the 1959 and Mrs Lonnie Turner Davis, Sr v )
of Lee. The couple plan to.Jbe : :
crop.For the 1961' and subsequent married this spring. '

crops, of flue-cured tobacco and Miss Pulliam was graduated I ,.
other kinds of tobacco for which from Madison High School and i
I Florida State University, Where she
marketing quotas are not disapproved
received a Bachelor of Music! Education
I the new legislation directs "
degree. She has been serving! e
that the support level be deter- on the faculty of A. V. Clubbs I 1 zc:# '
mined by adjusting the 1959 support Junior High School in Pcnsacola ... ti

level upward or downward in pro- as well as teaching music privately.| -
portion to chang in the parity She has been choir director for I

index (prices paid by farmers, in Mcllwaine Memorial Presbyterian L L
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Church and Is .
+ eluding interest taxes, and wage now organist for St' Z .
Andrew Methodist Church of 1
one
( rates), using the previous 3-yea
tl;*! extension churches of the First I

moving_ average. Methodist Church in Pensacola.. I ,
u She Is one of the Junior Sponsorsof

I 1957 Ford Ranchwagon6cylODR&Hwas the Greater Pensacola Symphony ,,' 'S' I
Orchestra and the Youth Symphony .II' '>
division.

; A.O.C Davis was graduated from
Madison High School and the University -I k-
of Florida where he
$1395 now $1195 received -
; a B. S. degree in Agricul-
1 i ture. He Is currently in Pre-Fllght
HARM MOTOR CO. raining at the Naval Air Station In
Pensacola and will .receive his com. C
mission April 1st
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+ Ito express. ,''our4l' h/artf eltthanks
8for''the' Admissions: Mrs WUla Dean
to our many
lOser Mrs Jewell' Walker Dr Marshall
lovely flowers, expressions, sympathy
Hamilton, Master Curtis Vide.rs .
and other acts of kindness
: Mrs Noble
shown us during the illness and Stanton Mrs MUlIgan% Donald THREE-PIECE BEDROOM SUITE: BOOKCASE BED, DOUBLE DRESSER WITH MIRROR, AND CHEST

1 death of our'loved one Mr Claude Tampling. ,:Mrs Ann Betty Kantedt,Jo Burnett, Ivey, A'SPECIAL: VALUE ,. ready to enable you to create.really delightful bedroom for Jil for .Junior for /ourself.
Peppers. :May God richly bless each faster Nathan Williams Mrs Ada7'homton" There's a big- double dresser that's both practical and good looking. A chest gives you plenty of storage Space, and a bookcase bed
of you. Mrs Clyde Sutton, John that sbcwi all the beauty of the wood. At your first glance! youll recogniie all the qualityf. details that make h Worthy

Noah E Herritt,, Dewey Wbodall, Carl MUCH MORE! 7f .
Peppers family Stevens, Mrs Alice Grimsley, F L .. ...... 111II ... ...... ...... ,. .. ...... ....... .. ." ...... .. .... ..... ..... ..... '"'" ... ... ... ... ... .... ... .. .. .....' .... '
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t COME IN AND SEE- ton, Jlofui [Bridges :and Mn Kathryn S Ld'S .::' : -,, ....,.. .J.i.AU." .
Dempsey. .
\ OUR NEWt "
f Discharged: Dalton Mercer Mrs !
Joann Rowell Mrs Delia Ragans Good Boy

EASIER DRESSES Carlton Burnett, Mrs Betty Jo l 09-. ..... -.rM.r '., I

f- ..... .. Burnett*, .Edwin, ,Hendry.Mn, IrU '
FOR. THE CHILDREN
Wells, F T Sevor. Mrs Sadie Mae : Rail
We have them in sizes 1 to 14 Thigpen, Mn WIlla Dean Kiser ,
priced reasonably fromLITTLE and baby boy, Mrs Ann Karstedt .y
An Corene Bland Dr Marshal Ladder
Hamilton, Henry Minor, Nathan *
$1.8. :$S.95 Williams Mrs Jewell Walker, )Ira S..
Jetty Jo Burnett and baby boy, '
-, BOYS' Mrw Clyde Sutton W M Cherry; S Bunk Beds
Sr, 'Don Stanton and Mn Annie nr
1 Land.
-SUITS- BABY KISER .
Born to Mr and Mn Gene Kiserof ..S ,For the low S
sizes 3 'to 7, priced at Madison on March 21st, a .

iabyi. >oy. ,He weighed 8 l Ibs and

It $6.95MEN'S I 8 ozs. BABY SIRMON ;- r.pA. .,.., r' Price of

Born to Mr and Mn Wiley Sir- I e
I NEW mon of Madison March 27 a baby
r boy. He weighed B Ibs. and 15 ozs.
SPORT COATSFreeman BABY DEMPSEYMr ""T 95
and Mrs William Dempsey. of :

Madison announce the birth of abby .
23.95 girl March' 28. She weighed ; r
5 lbs and 11 023.COLORED .
PATIENTS
Shoes Admissions: Gloria Franklin Ella ,;
Milledge and Bernice herring
I Discharged: Ella Milledge. Gloria /
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a few new styles..... Franklin and baby boy. Easy Terms Too
Dom to Willie and Gloria Frank ,
$13.95 Un on March 21. a baby boys He
: weighed! 5 lbs and 124 ozs.
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t You Are Always; Welcome Mary APPRECIATION Benko. ,. .

!r ,' at. -. The management and patients of .
f Madison County Memorial hospitalare
, Tk'Dayligk deeply appreciative for copies
i of the Enterprise-Recorder sent 'JU \ .
: the Hospital the last 1'flCa .. *'
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'", ; shoes in 1Mf' I COUNTER TOPS political Thc date rally of has the been Cherry' changed Lake I .Old' Tires Are UnsafeSpring

G-E APPLIANCESKITCHEN trair*sApril 7 td April 8, ItVas

announced this veek.h ': I Tire Sale is now going

d.t .. I CABINETSn.n..n.nn.n.rutn.rL on-Come in and get your set

Ea.sler of Firestone Tires. Now at a
larade W Carlton Smith spent ,last weekOn
I 1 a'"'business trip to south Florida.. great savings.


1 FOR Clildren i! 1..1 L' I ADVERTISERS Please let t Davis Service Station

t I II us' have your ADS by TUESDAY Phone HU 3-6601.. Madison Fla.

CORN in : NOON. THANKS. THEE
I $1.30 Jasper:1 -R. I ,
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proves large bass grow in Lake r }

Frances. The two fish weighed

S 8% Ibs each. (E-R PHOTO)

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0\ DINNER HONORS LIVE STOCK

t,, For I SHOW PROMOTERS +4 + .
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J I I.p .
..p A D Reams President of the F A.. .

EasterCbSdrat's North Florida uStock Assod ...all the magic of high fidelity stereophonics and quality"televisionthat ,
anon entertained at dinner party
a
; world famous Magnavox electronic science can. give you. .j;J
I Thursday evening in the private
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dining room at Hotel Madison. \' .
Outfits
honoring the officers and directorsof : ( ,
;\ ." the association and the working ...J:'

r, committees instrumental In promoting

4 'l. ,: : ., 5/'e mae SkOJ, Steaks the served recent on live the stock menu show were 1\ NOW

from some of the prize winning ONLY
"We give S & H Green Stamps" : .
steers.

Madison, Fla. Listen to \\ rAF and hear J
I $33990.
14 i E E fi1tnnnnI how JAMES SALE gives away
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Easter Candies.PANGBURNSlJELLE ItT O Late To Classify"FOR Silver, Dollars, highern .


light Danish walnut fimsnes. dh
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t 1939 Model 3-bedroom tnasonry: n.ITIUOTMUTII"2Or. ,t'. I. ..
home. Comer lot 5H% mortgage Board of Public Instructionof ., ,wt '. 14f1.
Lake News Looks good and is -good,' with pay. Madison County, Florida.. will Compare; these deny .. .
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meats only $71 per month. Cashto receive sealed bids In the Board + .
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/II mortgage, or will take second Room of the said Board. County Dependable M tnapowtr. TV Cnauis. Stirio Diamond Pick-up-plays all .
mortgage. $1000 will handle. NO' Courthouse. Madison. Florida for % records. ./.:4 .IS ,
Mrs E G Crosby and Mrs Harry furnishing of all labor and materialsto In.
CLOSING COSTS.Broadus : 9 Optical 1 21" criii-2S2sq. Four Mjjnam nffh fidtlty| speakers,
Cochran entertained. in hits Crow construct:
by's home Friday evening for, Administration Building .r! ,. lExelusivt Mifnavox precision auto- ;'..' Complete stereophonic equipment In. e ,*.'J.
friends and relatives of Mr and WHIoughby .North Florida Junior 'College .*.,- :' .matic'4-spebncoM'Channqer.. ont beautiful furniture creation. t l ,4I / )
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Mrs John J Thigpen in honor of I REALTOR Madison .' : 1 : .
Florida At scrt n sins twr .irt are diagonal nwawrt. t *
their 25th wedding anniversary.I Phone Office HU 3-6481 Classroom Building '".. .- .i '

I FI1re'roDrtn: were decorated' with Residence HU 3-6481.Madlson Sowannee River Junior College .J! ". -f." -- :: .

dogwood and azaleas most effectively MADISON, FLORIDA (Phase I) SPECTACILAR :HI-FI STEREO VALVE .
Florida
Madison
A delIcious buffet supper FOR SALE: 1953 *i ton Chevrolet
was enjoyed and an appropriate pickup good condition. See G V Bids for, the projects will be reafced ;,::,;:
gift given to Mr and Mrs Thigpen. until 2:00 p. ro, April 22 You,must see and hear it to believe it! With Magnavox;
WHEELER Phone HU 3-6723. "
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I960 which i '
at time "they will:!be
f Out of town ,guests were Mr and 31-lt-pd publicly opened and read in the true stereo, music becomes magic everywhere in .iiMtt+ .

Mrs Charles Evanchy* and children,I Board Room. County courthouse ,, the room, regardless of where you sit. ..,'. r;!,1.1 ='i' .Of
!f= ._ Larry and Linda, and Mr and Mrs TOBACCO PLANTS FOR )Madison Florida ...". '. ''!,-t

A' Jacket Thlj!lefi'"o< !*Tallthat j SALE, 'Calk uF' .5.6262 .Drawings, pcdflcationsm, Gcnera1 'k: .
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,Conditions, 1nJtracUonsto '; ,. ,
POLITICAL RALLY I If SMITH DRUG srmttF.: Tr< Bidders '
1 The Political Rally will be held ." ';;:':::-4 and Form ot Proposal may be oh. \... ,...
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f\ at Cherry Lake Auditoruim Friday FOR SALE: My home -2H miles tamed from the-Offta of the Ar bJnn.c' y, _I NOW '
I ted, : Bal. 6208 Arlington {
J north of Madison near Valdosta .
night, April 8th.The program will Road, Jacksonville 1L Florida and 1\
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t. begin at 6:33 with a supper served' highway Ready to move In now.Fhe ah bids made In accordance there : : ONLY '
by the Cherry Lake H D Club. pecan trees. Four-inch well. with. a s F !

... Members of the Cherry Lake, Nice shade trees. JESSE MOORE General contractors may obtain
Baptist Church and families and I Pinetta Fla Phone HU 3-2304 two sets of drawings, and specifications a
friends enjoyed Family Night Mon 31-2t-ch by making a ilea deposit for iir $15950
each project which (iUtbe re- .J
day at the Church. '. *
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FOR RENT: Two-bedroom upstairs funded to those firms making bona ,
A bountiful supper was served furnished apartment and two- fide bids when drawings and spedncations In mahogany Priced sllgjitfy, .
by the Young People bedroom unfurnished apartment arc returned In good con higher in oak or dark / ,"!';' .r
\ American walnut' finishes.
dition. General '
Special music was later enjoyedin contractors not sub '*
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MRS J J NEWotA.HU 32523.
: tITUI IUca.tSONIC .
the auditorium and a film. Billy 2s-tf.ch ire t I' tJ .
Gets A Desk, shown by George 1 NOTHING ELSE TO BUY.., ."
ten or more days before the'set *,..* f'
Shaw. FOR RENT: Unfurnished garage ,
r- for receiving bids in order to .
Methodist Church Family Night apt newly painted gas water receive the refund. :Material dealers t Compttttbt-ntUrttfrttffnalMft-on. Cxclushra MajnatM precision 4-speed

win be Friday April 1st .heater. One furnished apt Mrs may obtain complete sets only of i brautifuleeasote.: record changer. '

E F Dickinson Phone HU 3-2396, drawings and specifications for $20 Powerful Mapum sUreophonlcamplifiers. Stereophonic Diamond Pick-op-plays. : ,; .
PERRY GOLF WOMEN Madison. 31-tf-ch per set which must be returned ten alt records. "* '. ..}. ,.
i' PLAY HERE or more days prior to bid opening t.' '
Four Matrnay.xblgtsCddsritywukm. Nu unslehthloon or lift lids.,
ABSOLUTELY FREE: My four In order to receive a refund. General '. ," .
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.rri pointer puppies, all females onlyto contractors obtain addi- .I"-'i' -i-
i : may ,. '
t The LadiesGoU Club of Perry persons who will take good tional complete sets at $20 per set, Come In now select from many beautiful styles and '-14:,. ; '.
; played in an all-dsv tournament care of them. You may have the under the same conditions of refund ,- : ;,L",
"' Friday at the Madison Country Mamma dog too If you wish. T. as set forth above for General' finishes while they last: floor models demonstrators '

r.;" Club, with the local lady golfers. C MERCHANT. Contractors. Additional drawings discontinued models, some in original factory cartons! :' ';;' ..
Mrs :'Polly Halre* of Perry, was may be procured!' through the Architect ? "
WANTEDExperienced head waitress ,.
by Contractors and Material
top score winner. Prizes were golf ""
for evening shift Salary Dealers upon payment of cost of

balls.The visitors were entertained at plus the commission CHUCK WAGON Apply in personat refundable l't"PrOdudion.'bleh will not be Very Convenient Terms Including C & S Charge

noon luncheon by the local group A certified or cashier's check or
31-lt .. bid bond properly executed in a "
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Mrs Jos Stow and Mrs Reds Old-fashioned jrreen cane forsaleJ'F sum not less than 5* of base bid MA THIS & YOUMANSEverytliing
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Buekhalter of Mbtrrt were guests. G GARY, 405 W Jordan S1.f payable to the Board of Public In- .

'K of Mrs AH Hemphill' and Miss i(Madison Fla. 3i-lt-pdVttvet sfcwetkm, must accompany each proposal .
'( LuUeCuU' t Wednesday n* -- as a guarantee that the
in Music Since' 1907 "
'' Beans for Sate. CAVES Bidder will promptly eater into
last wwfc P I route home "from' :
E FEED & FARM SUPPLY. agreement to do the work and : '. .. :
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visiting relatives if Chicago** ftInMh .
a performance! bond in the .
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-x- : MANY VISIT STORE I ass of IW% of the contract Each .CASTLE:: P-A-RK: .
nK, Mr and Mrs James Fink of i proposal when submitted must beSri .* .; .
t?, ; ---- j with '; ,
Baltimore weir ovprieht guests ) marked on the cover 4
Man customers visited the newly! >J
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of Mrs A H HempHU and Mts the Bidder's name and the name ':\
remodeled PriNt store Friday and Valdosta Ga
I Ute project The Board reserves thertaM :
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V dnesdiy on
Lucille MrCutleush < Saturday and availed themselvesjof and
to reject any or aU bids,
J.; their return fro-n %"kttl"cr the for the specials put on for the open to'aie any informalities.

mer's. parents in Orlando.x ing event THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION OPEN: ;ALL DAY EVERY THURSDAY
:. -x- I New painting, *h JWnC, flooring OF MADISON COUNTY
r; and Mrs Charles Knox and and entire new plate glass and brick FLORIDA.

-i" family ,had r* 'ihejir, weekend, fnmt. signs and extra lines added BY: GRIFFIN BISHOPTO
.." jrue t 'Mr Kn x* 'mother, Mrs L L,I increase the attractiveness of the BE PUBLISHED: .
I .':- Parrlsh of Valdnta.tib. store. April L April 8, and April 15 1960





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*pEOPLE WHO knew Jesus of .
" Nazareth thought of him AS a ,, .. j'
teacher. Jesus thought .of himself t .. I
AS a teacher. The title given him
most often in the Gospels is
Teacher. When he rose from the .at; ,t;

{ dead and Mary Magdalene recognlzed ,:, & : III

Wm, she called him"Rabbonl, ,. .t.,,..;r;. .It r .

My Jesus Teacher.said to hisilsclples t ; \ i ( t :j j

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which Itself II I
means pupils), : I "r; \

"You call mef' Cff., .' 'f 1 g >. ,

teacher and Lord l '' -* : L'k v k .
t and you are \ A ,
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,Tight for so I ...... l--- z --* I 4 "'..."
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peeled his teach- Dr. Foreman //.".
... Ings to be taken seriously. "Why r :(, .,' \ iI \.'.". .
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do you call me lord. Lord" and ) }t"0" .
\ not do what I tell ?" he asked.
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(Luke 6:46) A man who hears ".' N '
I, Jesus' sayings and does. not .do ,, I ; _'. :.: 'f' r C i I : \ 1 '.
them is like a man building a .
t house on sand. (Matt 7:26)). "The ...
) words that I have spoken to you N'i'

are spirit and life,",he said." (John ti// .. .
6:63.) It is absurd it is even J -.:
r wicked, for a man to claim to be X, : ..
a Christian and by-pass the teachings I' r'I'
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When we hear that some one is ". .
a teacher, the first thing we ask '.. ,. .
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he teach Jesus' great theme his : "'if' '
subject was, a tremendous one: 1, '
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LIFE. One reason why he is called I'I'f : .
the Master Teacher is that his t :" '. | 4 "i"** t' *
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theme was the most important the .... .
4 most all-inclusive,In the world.We .r! .- *. : j 'A-" .- -
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t about life In the Kingdomof \ ;:; .. ...... .. i..t. ; .: ,: : : ... ..
t dHURCH FOR ALL Pi'lit:
ITJHE ;
God,or to put this another way, t!.. ,_ t. 'r ) rci' "' "
..._' he taught what it means to be a ''\ ,,. .1' AtL FOR THE"CHURCH ,' : '
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citizen of the Kingdom of God,or- The Church is the greatest !actor on earth for Pretty *as a picture, isn't she? She I looks Cldovl rfghl" angelic.Yet ,
to say it still another way-he "., ." ', ihelnnlclbg of character and good citizenship. be little bundle .oflfuryL \ "'";'.
taught what kind of behavior God i five minutes from. nowvshe may a 'fC. I
requires of those who want to live '," t" It is'* storehouse of spiritual values. Without a J' .' ,* k I'JI"

in his kingdom. 2. Jesus taught It soon Church, neither democracy civilization -

about Life as God mills It. Every can surme. There are four'sound reasons why Children change faster than the wind. They haven't learned to
body lives someAow or at least ...
exists; and if you look about you cO every.penon should attend services regularly and hide their feelings. But while grown-ups-may presents-better-

or if you will be square with yourself I '...""" f support the Church: They are: (I) For his witHout inner ft.Cl..q.
there few of con
to the world are us !
you can see a great many own salce. (2) For his children's (3) For ou age ,

\: I I j people and never living giving to please a thought,themselves what, ., < M t )the.sake{ ol his community and nation. (4) For And these conflicts can be serious. .4* \ ,:'t-11.. ,,

;, God thinks of' them and their the ut.of. the Church itself which needs his &'
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\ moral I and malma, Plan
to tog
\support.
i taking over a farm and running it I r \ It would be a lonely world if we had to keep all our problems I .
", ,. church regularly and read your Bible dail,. ." .
to suit the pigs. One would think 4
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L to ourselves. We don't God never
1 j it only common sense to.try to find : \ ,
I what God's wilfis,and live by that Day Book Chapter Veraei solve all our difficulties single-handed. Remember, He established His '
'' light.The natural question is: Who
}t{ can tell us what God's will is? The Sunday Psalms 15 1-5 Church on earth for us. In that Church we will find understanding'r.
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!Christian answer is: Jesus has Monday Hebrews 2 15-15 fellowship and the faith to work out our own destinies.
shown us the will of God. And if Tuesday Mark 7 14-23 ;
i the next question is: How do we Wednesday John 14 1.14 ., -

.., know have Jesus'that answer Jesus was: If right any man'swUl we Friday Thursday John Philippians 8 1 12-18 4-11 Take your problems to Church. Pray that you will find a solution

Is to do His [God's] will he .
with minister. And what seems b
shall know whether the teaching Saturday John 16 25-33 to them. Talk them over your :

: is from God. In other words, try a maze today may become a straight road tomorrow..
it and see! S. Jesus taught about .
Life at its best. For that is precisely
what it is to live by God's Y I
pattern it is to discover what life C.
can really be at its hlzhest leveL r
: G ib 19(9,lAttt Alv. sent sr t .'& w

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Jesus had various ways or.teach
tag but they can all be boiled downto
two. One was a straightforward rS

often statement, however in plain he language.taught by More parables I These Religious Messages are being Published Each Week Sponsored by the Following Individuals and

or as we would say today, Establishments:
by Btory-Hlustrations For this reason -
the months in thisaertu J"fllf )j .m M WH: Y'f'W' .
next three . '''' MMNREGISTER'S . a M "<< MMM.H\fA JtA.rn.
are going, to be devoted to
the Sermon on the Mount, whichis
mostly the Ant method and to MADISON DRUG STOREThe AUTO SERVICE WESTERN AUTO STORE' :.. .

the parables, or some typical par Phone HU 3-650 Madison, FU. ,DUNN FURNITURE CO. :

ables. The first method is direct. Rexall Store J. J. Sale Jr., Owner. ... :.. >' .
Jesus win come up with a statement Flk. MADISON, FLA.
HU MadW-Fla.
3-2300
that surprises the ear,shocks Phone HU llftdisoo. Phooe 3-2333. ; '

the mind, wakes up the careless Phone HU 3-2340 .11'W1.
listener and vends him on We way JWILLISRECORDING
Xsometimes) wishing he could forget STUDIO '..,i
what the Teacher said it -
HU 3-6827 BOX 712
makes him so uncomfortable.Some .
of these MADISO.V, FLA. .J .
direct statement are -
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'plain, others are very pusxUaf. M'EiSS'E. Rt J. R: .DAVIS, ,Inc,- "
"Woe unto you when an men speak c J1'lJt : \. : .. *- When clothes are not be
well of year"is one of these.At first BATTERY, & 'TIRE O.MADISON MORROW INSURANCE :"Usdisoa. Flor'.da your
that sounds all wrong, and yet cominj..to. you they should 'becoming .
when you mull over it a while you FLORIDA AGENCY .
can see how It iff 'e us ..: Phone HU 3-2353
is. to
right '
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parable or story-form. He would ,
tell some simple story but his listeners BRYAN ELECTRIC.CO. ;

some of them would 't CHERRY'S "66** SERVICE .
understand that what the Teacher Wiring and Repair-Appliances TRUCK & TRACTOR CO. CANTEY MOTOR CO.
was aiming to get across was not STATION
the story itself but truth or MADISON, FLORIDA
some
1tadlstn., Florida
Phone HU 3-2241. Madbon. Fla.
Idea or warning wrapped up in the Madiscn. Fla.
story.Mark tells us why Jesus used
this method: Is was not to make /
truth easier to understand, but f
harder! Does this make sense? It . . . rF l lrYAJ'F

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never too Spring Tire Sale is now going :r' r

,. j A children to leorn on-Come in and get your set New
I of Firestone I I0It.
'''.: lures and reward Tires. Now at a upeijueSS8

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"y'p J' i -j IN CIRCUIT COURT, MADISON
\ COUNTY. FLORIDA: EQUITY
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J' W E HANCOCK and
EPPIE LEE HANCOCK Plaintiffs, Cr BURIED

:_ enjoy the prlyileflerf toRICIARD II STRINGFELLOW, TC

having their own Sawn 'AUDREY W STRINCFELLOW. TREASURE
I and T J BEGGS JR. Defendants
Accounts. they'Ut' NOTICE OF SUIT

: TO: RICHARD H STRINGFELLOWand .. PAL
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.:.. AUDREY W STRINGFELLOW, P40.S
I- them ., toon. .
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d <- 2, Washtacton .3, D. C .
You. Richard H Strinjfellow and 2)e tnoui AND ONLY .10 .f
Audrey W Strlngfellow are hereby '.
Everybody knows it pays to save regularly at notified that Complaint to foreclose tr Including BURIED TREASURE I 1

a certain mortgage on the following What+ a trail I NOW a Urn cup of Super Sue Ormet
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described property, to-wit: Swfetrt and Ymiila let Cram-and a tffftrant plasaaBurfed
FhaBaukatMasonMember AU of the persona property, as- Trwttft In tsch cop- B far espy lOf. Tts.24 .,t
etc, merchandise, furniture fix. tffftrwt limb of toy figures to collect Htt fun wfUa
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation tares and chattel used In connection ,Ms food eating Super Jut Sptdaf. Get scow to-dq.

And Florida National Group of Banks with and located in that certain A different sur- SUZE In EVERY
hotel and luncheonette business
located In the hotel and luncheonette Super Su. Bvirltd Treasure Cup. ,
SERVICES AT KINGDOM HALL
building on the comer of Base '
and Range Streets In the City of i START YOUR COLLECTION
Madison, Madison County Florida
service
Special at the Kingdom
and more particularly described In
Hall at 118 North Orange Street the inventory attacbed to the bill 1
the first part of April will disrupt of tate. .1 o !

.. 41& -. .., '" the,Church Directory tune, for ICCEOne: .foumainr compressor a M .. ... t is .1. r# ..,_ 1N. r i .
the Watchtower-Bible studies on which is the property of Foremost

Sunday, H minister H Hancock for local Jehovah's presiding belongings Farms and Inc wearing, and all apparel persona of ,.._.,.."yo._".....,:_".."..,..."..,.._..._".."...._4i(".....

Witnesses announces.At the mortgagoez.Together Judge Curtis Earp was qualified Termites Swarming? It Can Happen
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with all titles
rights
3:-00 m Sunday, April 3,
p
OTE% FOR 8 of CALL
experiencein
( - members and improvements thereon by years
the Bible "Universal Dis-
lecture
- AND ELECT I armament By The Klndom of unto the plaintiffs, j ; the Administration of Law BurkeExterminating HERE !
has been filed against you, and you
Heayen," b to be given; and immediately to of before he ever became County
are required serve a copy
I WILBURN T. DAVE following the lecture, your Answer or Pleading to the Judge. For the best interest of Co.

at 4:15 p m, The regular Sunday Complaint on the Plaintiffs' Attorney your county, help keep a qualified .
FOR Bible study will begin. J B Hodges, 101 E Madison man in your County Phone 293-J Perry Florida
The Memorial of Christ's death Lake Qty Florida and to file the
1 jk COUNTY COMMISSIONER is to be celebrated at 7:00 p m, original Answer or Pleading in the Judge's office by Voting For, Mrs J 0 Cook Sr, has returnedto aECT

t District, .Three Sunday, ,April 10th this being the office Madison of the Florida Clerk of on TCrcuit or before Court. and Re-electing her home. in Beaumont PR 0'f
14th day of Visan this year according the I960. Miss, after a tWb weeks' visit
Monday, 25th day of April
'A quaUfied'man who has. time to the Holy Bible Calen If you fall to do so, judgment by CilSD.EP here with her son and daughterand

for the j b'L!" ,.., 1 I dar. The Watchtower-Bible study default will be taken against yo their families the J O Cooke
(Paid Political Adv" ). for that date will be set up to for the relief demanded in the Complaint YOUR COUNTY JUDGE Jrs and Graham' Wheelers, and In
7KX p m, Saturday April 9th. (Paid Political A6VOMlssjluth Orlando with Dr and Mrs Charles
A bolt of lightning .
an un-
This Notice shall be publishedonce
seekers welcome Bayshore and family.
: All Kingdom are foreseen tornado-the result?
to attend these programs.No each week' for four comecu- ::= -x- A bankrupt farm.
Easter Candies tire weeks in The EnterpdJe-Reoorder. Burton of accompanied Why take a
collections will be. taken.s. t Jimmy 11eof Ga-Tech New plate glass doors ifttfosing risk when a few pennies a day
PANGBURN-S-BELLE CAM! Madison.: the front vestibule entrance of the can safeguard your livelihood!
Done and Ordered at here Thursday and was the guest I
Smith Drug Store CANDIDATES-please let us II Florida this 22nd day of March of Mr and Mrs Joe Bevan and Mrs .First Methodist church were in* Call HU 36270.WifliamsAcdrews.
1960. L E Leslie Jimmy came to attend stalled the past week donated bya
-- have your ad by- (SEAL) the funeral of Nat :\orflcet.Are number of members. Inc.
TUESDAY NOON DALE M. LESLIE. Clerk ,
W Carlton Smith spent last week County. you peddling insurance, WATCH THE E-R FOalMac's
THE 'E-R Circuit Court, Madison
Thanks.
on a business trip to south Florida. r Florida tranquilizers, shoes, or automobiles I GENERAL INSURANCEBox

Tommy Howerton of FSU visitedat (Circuit Court Seal ? Keep the public informed Furniture & 373 MADISON., FLA.Ph HU 3-6270'
his home here nthe weekend.x .'J. B. HODGES.1C1 "
Ship Eagle's EasterPadeYiPage of your valuable services -
E. Madison Street -'
Lake City. Florida : with an inexpensive Appliance Out-of-town guests of Mr and
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Jlmmie Bevan of Atlanta, wash
Attorney for Plaintiff. weekly ad in The E-R, saying Mrs Kirby Reichmann the past
1 visitor here, the Mr past and week Mrs with JoeBevan. .March 25. April 1. 8. 15, 22 nice things about local folk FORMALOPENING week to attend the funeral of
his parents be too their son, Nat Norfleet, includedMr
CANDIDATES-Don't
since 1865.:
2. .
Mr aDd Mrs A G Herring were and Mrs Joseph Reiehmann and
conservative about proclaiming
I i weekend visitors in Tallahasseewith Mr Willie Rekhmaan of Pensa-
0000oooooa:: : SIiIi-Ctra adding your virtues in an E-R ad. Re-: COUNTER TOPS i their son-uvlatf and daugh cola Mr and airs Vernon Town-

member your opponents are i ter. Mr and Mrs Jack Gardner send of Jacksonville Mr and Mrs
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Gdyear Fires 12.95, not likely to say many good G-E APPLIANCES and ttavAy. John Norfleet of Orlando, Mrs
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Machines typewritersand
I -x- Ralph McDonald and son Victor
things about .
670 x 15, A11-Weather, tube-type. you.Evinrode 1 KITCHEN CABINETS
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Mr and Mrs Harry "Drake and of Belle Glade, Mae Ward Chambers -
plus tax and recappable tire. cask registers.EnterpriseRecorder. Outboard I 1 1 11. toby el Paaaraa OtjRrWeregues of of Quteaaii, and members of
Mr and Mrs Bealey O 4e'i ere'lat :.the SAX fraternity chapter of the

MESSE-R. Be week University X PIetW&.
Motors
Giant Jumbo Hamburgers. in ,
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March 17, 1960 i
'j ; i..LW The. Boprtl-met ,in regular session '
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J members present: Mr Marcus .
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P McLeod. Absent: M.r{ RossclDucan #
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J. A.MTrCffiLLJASPER. and Mr Alex II Smith The ,

meeting was called to order by the .

\-toschairman, Mr Bailey & opened SaueISSith-' '- .

IiIitc c.uy i with prayer by Mr McLeod. \, ? .
Budget Amendment 1. aa per to

L'A.Ra&aIor copy on file in this office, wan .
approved by the Board upon motion CIRCUIT JUDGE 4r :: .

by Mr Cherry seconded by Mr )lc. I f r-
:J Leod. 4
The Board authorized the sale of THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ,

a valve refadng machine "inoperathe" J .. ,'" ,"
RMcWIllIAMS Easter Candies ,.
$ -
for $35.00 as recommended ..
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PA NGBURN'S.DELLE CAMP by Mr R K Demon, Vo- :"I, -M

GARAGEFEEDING Ag teacher at Pinetta Junior High J! ... '.. t ', .. a'

SmikDnigStoreBOOKMOBILE( School ; S _..:J. .. :WL

Bus service to the home of Mr .....' .' ,
NEWSPAPERTO
j E F Merritt was .requested. The ".:, .. .. :.;...)
COWSGAINESVILLE
TO BE HERE
Board denied the request for bus
I i service to this home since the Born and reared in Madison County, Florida.
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(special West The Suwannee River Regional '" '
distance students are walking is ""'
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coast researchers are experimenting Library Bookmobile will visit Madi- .t'\r .
only three-tenths of a mile. This t t t ,
with pelleted cattle feed made son April 8, In conjunction with I distance Is not eligible for bus service : ,: :i. Educated In Madison County'Schools; Emory University t *and t'I

from newsprint Vitamin and min the observance of National 'Book .
according to present Board Cornell Law SckooL "; '
erals, according! Jo the Florida week, and will be parked by the policy. ".:', -.,

Farm Bureau. Court House, all day. Visitors are Resolutions 3, 4, 5 and 6 requesting r i
Newsprint, the researchers! say, welcome.Mr release of N.D.E1A. funds Served in U. S. Army as Infantry Unit Commander. Wounded''"', ':
is similar to hay and contains 90% for Madison County schools and .

cellulose, which the cow's stomachcan and Mrs Joe Hill Smith, of colleges were adopted by the Board three times in action twice decorated for bravery.,', : {HP i ,::.

change to a digestible form of Live Oak were luncheon: guests upon motion by Mr McLeod, .

starch. of Mrs Rosa Hay here last Thurs seconded by Mr Cherry The secre- ':
Scandinavian countries are already In active Law practice, since 1952. "' ,** .t:.
feeding their day. tary was instructed to forward the ',. '., ..; ./,'
cows news-
Requests for Funds releases to tie ,{,"r t ,.
papers, according to Farm Bureau CORN( k State Department of Education i ', ; ,
$1.30 i k
:researchers in Ohio, Jasper Married, living with wile and five: children )In'rtalie:: .. .City. '
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to Board ... '
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Dear Air Bishop: ,- : ."'rst jI1.f' .
'J 8 \ We1 'harp,* lcarnod that 'Ii' .
< > yourBoard "! ": :i '" : .
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ion*of, a Junior College Plant ,
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MlWealhttWHITE[ .':. In Madison for colored students. i
The question: of an appropriate W S .BEASLEY DIES AT father wase1' contractor and builder, ADVERTISERS- Please let
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: .- method of sewage disposal hasbeen TENNESSEE HOME and the family home, destroyed by r us have y
brought to us in the prelim I fire, was on the site of the pre NOQ THANKS.. THE

1, .. nary' or discussion stage We also VV S Beaslcy. age 77 )'1died. sent A J Hargrove home. The family E-R.
are informed that the site is adjacent presumably or. heart attack at I later moved to Jacksonville but .
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to the existing high school his home In Columbia, Tenn. Mr Beasley continued his business !ly7 Mrs J 0 Wade and the R L

and .located.approximately one mile Saturday. He had been on a business -i interests here with the Beasley-Milliner family, and. other relatives
SIDEWALLS "A, from existing sanitary sewers of trip to Madison the previous I Milliner Company in timber and reside in Jacksonville.Mr .
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.. the City of Madison \Ve'ould week and left Tuesday March 22, turpentine, until the death of R L Beasley was an Elder in the

like to recommend that you give motoring to his home In Columbia. Milliner, and since then operated Presbyterian Church and was noted

t GOODYEARIS" favorable consideration to an extension lie went into the house and sat independently. for, his philanthropies.
of these sanitary sewers to down In a chair Saturday afternoon Survivors are his wife; one son. Services were held' Monday in

sear this school plant and that and passed away a few Wallace Beasley Jr of Columbia; Columbia and interment was In

negotiations be made with the oty minutes later. one daughter,, Mrs George White the cemetery there.
1 officials toward obtaining this :Mr Beasley was born & grew to of Fayetteville Tenn. and three Mr and Mrs Beasley Cole and

+ highly desirable service. By copy manhood In Madison, IOn of the I grandsons. Madison cousins Include daughter Judy left Sunday to attend ,
to of this letter we are also askingthe late Hr and Mrs Pat Beasley. His Mr and Mrs Beasley Cole and fantIS. the funeral.
City to cooperate with your -
<*& to ,_ 'nT1'C:,081.r. ..*'. .+ ." Board in this ftnaner,. In our .... .# .. .. .
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in Y opinion, this is the very best solution -

to this disposal problem. The ;1ek S :.

only alternative would be for you u' .5

FOUR FOR ONL-3eIO* facility to provide with a its sewage inoc:e.t treatment cost and STURDY STEEL DESK

its operation responsibility. You W.ol for ifw fK.pt Ona! or i wJ.nf. Htoryfiovg k\, n ;, ,
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Whitewall luxury at a price everybody can afford I I will probably agree that multiple srt.( desk with two drown for *totMMMry A,

Stronger and safer, too, thanks to Goodyear sewage treatment works within the and vppW plm pflc3 and dip troy. r
Desert Sand or Celt. Croy.
exclusive 3-T Triple-Tempered cord and Stop-: city are not desirable and often

Notch Tread. Like all Goodyear Tires, they're objectionable to surrounding reJdents. N..7.U $15.00
We have always promotedand
Turnpike-Proved to give you up to 251 more safe attempted' to obtain area I.th5s:4.t.l.,....We.. '''"'I"MM II ..I if.,Ikei'l sdl.,....

mileage, no matter where you drive. Come in for sewerage where adequate operation ,

a set of these tough, long-wearing whitewall, ( and maintenance Is more economically OJles! -
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feasible than for small
beauties today. Your old tires may make the ; many OFFICE STANDS.. ,
plants sen-Ing Increments of development ..
st
down payment!
or establishments such

aa school buildings. I '.
'Tube-type plus tax and recappable tires this
We urgently recommend %'hiwsh ttr
extension to your Board and to

Sin 1.1t x 15 Tu.t1pe Sin 740:15 Tube.t'pe the City of Madison.Yours .
fits mOlt pre-19f 1 ftla many recent modtll very truly,
models of Buck Nub of Chl'7.ln. DfSoto, ,
Olds, Mcrcur7i 11onti&e.. Buick, Olda, Hudson, David B Lee
Hudson ffmlfT, Packard CECet 1 ,-.
cc: City of Madison
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4 18 r $20 s'ri's oc: Mr Nick Mastro, Reg. Engr. N..",

The Board discussed this matter ,y t1.A $12.95
but deferred action until the regular lOll JTUMMTS t
: Few for $73.8 tr Four for $13.IO*.. meeting April 6th, when "the tOt TTHH9
e rot rw"AUWIFOSl"mot I i r.
'raw. fa eM re.ppeW firs 'few In sod reapp.N tin full Board would be present. ,
There being no further businessthe E 9\-'IIIHT 'AII.P"/III'SfA 1 b STAND *, WU 1
Board adjourned.
More People Hide on Goodyear lyres than on any other kind ATTEST freH Cannot spat .NotMUd top loB hearing cotfrrtrvfrodobl work tttnch. Perfect for stefenh. Opens' '
Griffin Bishop.W *et"fop of a Itwr.SKMM will not laowwl wp to 39'- 17"' Center drawtr' for sup.5"s
H Balky Vice-Chairman *.lw r h Mt.SfxV for pwtonol btm. Opens to and shelf for bookvRoflt smoothly onqwoBfy I
YELLOW PINE r + 1) *X 2.24" I+gh. Mist Crwn, OlTr. Grttn.Of cotton. Koyy gavgt ....l OBv

Mrs F E Xaughton was in Tallahassee Q i$ Colt Groy..y.....Hem $4940 Gm agls_
Memorial Hospital from .
Wednesday until Saturday of the e

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.' Political Announcements FOR SCHOOL BOARD FOR CONSTABLE Other suggested sources of the- !

Ii Pi6cRes I The regular county political announcements -, DISTRICT TWOI DISTRICT.-FIVE ELECT word are shown in old documents I

and respectfully announce that I as coming from '1
Spanish
cost $10.00 run or various
To the voters of the :5th
Constable
Political rallies scheduled by the until the election. They are to be I am a candidate for School: Board, District of Madison County W. R. (BUSTER) Indian dialects such as "suwani," 1

Madison County Democratic Executive paid for with the Insertion order. District 2, Madison County, subjectto Florida: meaning "echo" from the Creek

tht May 1960 Democratic: pri Indians, "savana" from an old ..
Committee are as follows: FOR COUNTY JUDGE J Ladies and GcnUemcn-I really HANCOCK
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Cherry Lake, April 8. maries. My greatest Interest in our map of 1769, and a good many
Ii appreciate the wonderful
that support
I
respectfully announce I school system Is for the best facilities more. I
: Pinetta. April 14. Judgeof that' you gave me when I t
for County was
r am a candidate possible. Being a of
i parent The best clue to
the
Lee,; April 2L /, Madison County, subject to the three children in school &ime elected your Constable In 1936, origin of the word comes probable from f
Greenville, April 28. 'I Democratic primaries In May 1960. 1940. and 1944. I did not run forreelection a
Madison, April 30. If elected I will serve all the much Interest in our local rchools In 1943. Since that time manuscript map made by Joseph .
I and I would appreciate the opportunity Purcell in 1778 during the British
All 'rallies 7:15 to the best of my ability,
are at p m, ex people I have had the pleasure of serving:
and to serve you. I earnestly occupation of Florida. Here the
cept the Madison rally which Is with fairness to everyone the Town of Greenville as Mayor l"- I
special privilege to none. Ii1J solicit your support In the coming present Suwannee is shown marked
at 2:00 p m. Preceding the rallies, I
for two terms and also two termsas
vote and "IUo
San
Juan
greatly appreciate your election de Guacara alias
various organizations will have refreshments a member of the City Council. .
support. Sincerely, Seguana. This you will observe :

for sale. '" ,i .. ., Sincerely, R. W. (BOB) MILKER For the confidence: placed In me by I Is a combination of Spanish for

t -"- .(28-""Zt), I J EDWIN, L. (EDDIE) FLOWERSFOR you the good people of Greenvilleand 1 "Saint John" and Indian terms. i
r District No 5 I will always be I 7
FOR' COUNTY COMMISSIONER SUPERVISOR OF s FOR SCHOOL BOARD The Indian"ord "Guacara II
DISTRICT FIVE REGISTRATIONI very grateful I feel that my past I either Timucan or Apalachian, un- 1

To the Democratic voters of MADISON DISTRICT NO. 2 experience as a law enforcement I I doubtely refers to a Francisan
COUNTY. FLORIDA
Madison County: I wish to announce respectfully announce that I ama I officer qualifies me to perform the :, a Catholic Mission' called "San Juan f

that I am a candidate for: County I candidate for the office of Super- I have discharged my duties to I duties of Constable Therefore. I i; ''de ,Guacara" previously located

Commissioner, District Five, sub visor of Registration of Madison the best of my abilities In an am asking you good people to elect The Only fully qualified somewhere along the left bank of ,,

ject to the action of the Democratic,i County subject to the Democratic honest. Our progressive and economicalway. me'OUf Constable of the :5& candidate for the river. The other word, "Sc Sus- t 1na"

primaries In May. If elected I primaries in May 1960. I promise I betterment have children's Interests and Constable District of Madison COMMISSIONERAGRICULTURE is felt to be an Indian corruption .
pledge to support Madison County conscientious and courteous I always been uppermost *
honest
In mind and J County for the next four years. If of "San Juan" or itsdiminutive
and the people therein as a whale: service to all If you elect me to my efforts OF "
to the best of my knowledge and: this office. I earnestly solicit your hereby solicit your vote and support elected I pledge you good, clean, form "San Juanito, ,'

ability I earnestly solicit your'vote vote and support In the May, 1960 Democratic honest law enforcement. My mottois "The little Saint John." Howeverfar

and support, for which I will always Sincerely, primaries for re-election as your to do unto others as Iould afield our studies take us, it I

be most grateful. W. B. (BAILEY) WYNN School Board Member from District ,have them do unto me. S.cc.uM Ie,.., appears that we simply do not

CARY PHILLIPS Two. I Your true friend. ...1..... M40 known definitely the origin of the

FOR SUPERVISOR OF I Sincerely, I M S (MIKE) LETCHWORTH U.a.rUe sc..... magical word, "Suwannee." :
FOR SCHOOL BOARD RUSS DUGAN /. S. Doris in Aflrknttvrt
REGISTRATIONDear (Paid political adv't). U. .< FU. ROMANCE AND HIDDEN
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DISTRICT FOR SHERIFF M.rl. v...... TREASUREThe I

I respectfully announce that I friends and fellow-clfzetu FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT Family; Men Suwannee turns no mighty

am a candidate for School Board, of Madison County: I want to thank I respectfully announce my eandi THREE L.*f i.ca1.1 ..u.... semis wheels of Industry. Its limpid
n.n.M .,.
Ie Atrk.
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District 4, Madison County, Fla, each of you for your vote and support dacy for re-election as Sheriff of waters descend no lofty cataractin I

subject to the Democratic primaries and your wonderful cooperation Madison County, Florida, subject to I respectfully announce my candi- CuI w.,...CL. for-r, ,en. torrential down-pour. No titanic t

in May, 1960. If you elect while serving as your Registration the Democratic primaries in May dacy for re-election as County Commissioner euu.rFOR cities or royal castles dot its ap

me to this office, I will conscientiously officer. I have endeavoredat It has been a privilege and a pleasure for another term subjectto CIRCUIT JUDGE proaches. Its name, however is ,

serve the people of the all times to give you honest to serve you in the past Thanksfor the Democratic primaries In THIRD' CIRCUITTo known in lands afar the wide

county to the best of my tibility service. On mtrustJngme with the honor. Hay. Thank you for the privilege
efficient and courteous If re-elected, I will endeavor to the citizens of the Third world over. Beside It. the fame of

and work for the best Interests of this record I earnestly solicit your give honest and efficient law enforcement of serving you during the past Judical Circuit of Florida: the Amazon the Seine Volga, or

the school children at all times. vote and support In the 1960 May to the best of my ability years It is my sincere wish you I hereby announce: my candidacyfor even the mighty Mississippi,

Thanking you for all past favors, primary elections for reelectionfor I earnestly solicit*your rote and re-elect 1 me. so I can continue to nomination to the office of Circuit Father of Waters pales away into -

when ?rI had the privilege of seeingyou Supervisor of Registration. support In the coming election serve you. I am most grateful for Judge of the Third Judicial relative insignificance. All

six years on the School Board, Sincerely, Sincerely yours, your confidence, and assure you Circuit of Florida, Group 1. I am other rivers are streams of water.

and assuring you I will greatly appreciate ARTHUR E RAGANS S. H. MOORS that I will continue to serve all well qualified, having practiced law The Suwannee Is a heart-tug anda

your vote and support. I the 'people of Madison County In melodious memory of home and
COMMISSIONERDISTRICT FOR SCHOOL BOARD for 30 years, am admitted to practice -
'am ;|, FOR COUNTY an honest efficient and courteous loved ones.
DISTRICT FOURI in the US Supreme Court, the
Very sincerely yours, manner' as always. Your vote and .' Up its current,, so traditions aver,
Federal Courts of Florida and the
3 K SAPP -THREE respectfully announce my candidacy support will be greatly appreciated. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. I came the Mayas of Yucatan who

for re-election to the School Sincerely, named the river Water Beloved of
FOR CONSTABLE DISTRICT 5 I respectfully announce that I am have proscuted and d fended. I I
Board from District 4, Madison GROVER C CONE the Sun God, long before Europeans
a candidate for County Commissioner am a Protestant, an ex-service man,'
I respectfully announce that I ama District 3, Madison County, Democratic County, Florida primaries subject in to I960.the FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER former City Attorney of the CItyof ;visited our balmy Southland.

candidate for Constable, District Fla, subject to the Democratic May President % I In the cooling shades of its banks
I hare given conscientious service DISTRICT ONEI Lake City, Florida past
5 Madison I In 1960. I have runged Osceola and his
County Fla subject to primaries May warriors.
in the long-term Interest of educa of the Lake City Bar Association -
lived all life In District 3, Seeing traces of the Old
the Spanish
Democratic primaries In May my
tion and welfare of of I
the people respectfully announce my candidacy and am presently a memberof
I960. If you elect me to the officeof have fanned all my life, and am thus county. If re-elected. I shall for re-election: as County the Board of Governors to the Trail, at Charles' Ferry. our minds I

Constable, I promise fair, faith familiar with the needs and prob- ,are turned backward to the lust of
continue to give such service. It is Commissioner in District One for Florida I"as born and raisedin
and If Bar.
of district county. !
ful, impartial and honest adminis lems our with deep appreciation for the another term subject to the Democratic empire when nations battled for
ycu elect me your Commissioner, Columbia County Florida, andhave I
tration of the law to the best of with the other courtesies and friendliness that you primaries in May I have given this destiny-fraught land.
I will cooperate I spent my entire life in the
my ability. I have had four yearsof Commissioners for the best Interests the people have given me that I faithful and honest service to Madison 'Third Judicial Circuit oaf Florida. In Old Troy Springs, rests a 4 j
seek re-election to this office. Yourvote
law enforcement experience with of Madison County. I County and will continue to romantic river steamer scuttled byThe
and support will be deeply ap I[ married Lassie Goodbread also a f
the Town of Greenville and feel earnestly solicit your vote and support do so If re-elected. It has been a Confederates to avoid any
native of ColumbiaCounty.. All !
that I the and fair and equal preciated.Sincerely to the !possibility of its
am qualified to serve promise pleasure serve good people of my schooling has beers in the being captured

people of the 5th District in this treatment for everybody. W. IL (BILLY) BAILEY, JR. of this county and I will continueto Florida schools.I I' by the threatening Federal troops.

office and will Very sincerely yours, work In with the other Jean LaFitte
Important greatly harmony believe I know your problems: swashbuckling Louisiana I

appreciate your vote and support. WILBURN T. DAVIS. FOR COUNTY JUDGETO Commissioners for what is best for and promise if elected to do my' pirate, hard pressed by his

Sincerely. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Madison County. Your vote and best to make you an able, fair and I pursuers after a raid slipped up

J D BISHOP r THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERSOF support will be greatly appreciated.I considerate judge and I solicit your the Suwannee, it is said, and
I
MADISON COUNTY:
vote and
DISTRICT THREE Sincerely sUPPOrt. hid his loot. And there, somewhere
FOR CONSTABLE DISTRICT 8 I respectfully announce that I ama A. K. BLACK
I respectfully announce that I candidate for re-election as WILBUR G. RUTHERFORD I near shady cove or bend, it

candidate for County Commissioner rests today for the 'dashing free-
I respectfully announce that Ii am a County Judge of Madison County, FOR TAX ASSESSOR FOR JUSTICE OF TIlE PEACE
of Madison County, Florida subject to the Democratic DIST booter was never able to return
5 MADISON
COUNTY FLA
am a candidate for Constable ,
District Three, subject to the primaries In May, 1960. I promiseyou ai.d recover the treasure.
District 8, Madison'County, Fla,I I respectfully announce that I -
action of the Democratic primaries that if I am re-elected to this I The Suwannee's greatest wealth,
subject to the Democratic primaries will am a candidate for Tax Assessorof respectfully announce my candidacy -
office I
I In'May. I promise faithful, important continue nevertheless, is the liquid IfOld'ot
In May 1960. U elected to this if chooseme to Tender the highest type Madison County, Florida, subject for re-election as Justice of
conscientious service you its romantic waters and its appealto
position I will be on call 24 hoursa I office andI service to all of the people.I to the Democratic primariesIn the Peace. District 5, Madison
for this important the hearts of people. It has
day, and render fair and 'impartial 1 solicit vote and I \\ deeply appreciate your vote. May 1960. If elected to this County, Fla, subject to the Democratic
earnestly your never been intensively developed
law-enforcement service to and I. position, I will discharge the dutiesof primaries in May 1960. If reelected -'
be
support, tor"bleb I shall ever supportSincerely I will continue to serve the as tourist, recreational, or resi-
the people of the district I will yours the office to the best of my
grateful. CURTIS D. EARP :I'dential area. Perhaps it is bestto
greatly appreciate your'vote and ability and with fairness ard justice people courteously, fairly, and impartially '
Sincerely, County Judge to the best of my ability. keep it aloof from the profit
suPPOrt. Very sincerely, to; all X will grcat.ly apprcci- -
LAMAR ANDREWS I motive and scramble for i ln'. In
ROBERT P WALKER .. FOR TAX COLLECTORI ate your vote and support ** will greatly appreciate your vote I
this it remain in all its
and support. I way can
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER respectfully announce that I ama Very sincerely )'OUTS.JlDny ;
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Sincerely, healing power, a tonic to the 'dis
candidate for the office of Tax DICKINSON
DISTRICT ONEI DISTRICT FIVEI Collector of Madison County, sub- A L (ROOSTER) LECGETT, SR traught souls of humanity.

respectfully announce that Jam that 1 the Democratic in Much of the language information
candidate for respectfully announce i ject to primaries SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATIONI '
a County Commissioner
District One Madison am a candidate for the office of Ii May 1960. If elected to this officeI PLACE NAMES IN MADISON for this article came from
shall In return COUNTY Florida Places-Names of Indian
serve courageously
Commissioner District 5, you
County, subject to the action of theDemocratic County : respectfully announce that Iam
primaries In May If of Madison County, subject to the: and fairly by rendering the a candidate for Supervisor of Derivation by Clarence J Simpson,

elected. I promise faithful honest Democratic primaries In May, I960 I I beat possible 1n1ce.1th profound all Registration of Madison County, Suwannee edited by Dr Mark F Boyd.
,
appreciation and friendliness to
conscientious performance of the I promise honest, conscientious and I humbly solicit vote and FJa, subject to the Democratic primaries From the standpoint of geography Edwin B BrowningWhen

duties of the office, with fair treatment courteous service to the best of my I II I support your in May, 1960. I promise I probably no name associated :I ___
for the people of the countyas I with Madison is
I ability to ,all if you elect me to Sincerely faithful, conscientious service if you County so
whole, and I solicit
a
earnestly
your co-operation and'ote and II this office. I earnestly solicit yi'ir J. L IKE) HUTTO. choose me for this important office, "Suwannee.wte 'y and" The tenderly fame and known Immortality asI! buying yourER

,vote and support. and I earnestly solicit vote
support for which I shall alwaysbe your
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER of this word was assured i I
most grateful I Sincerely, DISTRICT FIVEI and support, for which I shall ever
when, far back across the years from Newsboys.
Sincerely F T (Tebo) Webb be grateful. .
I Stephen Collins Foster set it In.
MARVIN E. BASS
TAX COLLECTOR respectfully announce that I am Sincerely, to his famous song, "Old Folks at
FOR I a candidate for re-election' to the MRS LUCY GARDNERFOR Home." Please DO NOT park In the
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVEI With humble thanks and appreciation Board of County Commissioners I street and make your newsboy run
The of this has been
respectfully announce that I am for the past support and District 5, Madison County. Fla SHERIFFI appeal song out into the street to make a sale.
respectfully announce respectfully announce that I world aide The scenic charm of Kindly pull over to the curb.
a candidate for State Representativefrom courtesies, I subject to the Democratic pri- II
Madison County, subject to my candidacy for reelection .to manes to. May. I appreciate the am a candidate for Sheriff of Madison the river is almost unbelievable. Mr I Our newsboys have instructions
County. If you elect me to this Jonathan Daniels has told to STAY OUT of the streets, and
the Democratic primaries in May office of Madison County Tax courtesies and confidence you have I,I us i iI

1960. If you elect me to this position Collector subject to the May Primaries given me in the past and If reelected important office I pledge honest I I I!truly that it is the only river that I I we will appreciate your cooperating i

,' Iill serve all of Madison continu I will continue 'to serve impartial efficient courteous law I,surpasses In beauty the descriptive with us AND THEM for i ii
1960. I promise a j I '
f
enforcement Please this Thank
join In THEIR SAFETY.
me you very
County unselfishly and without to the best ability.
to'render the you of my power of language. He reminds us
ation of effort you campaign for a better Madison much. .
special favors to anyone. I earnestly Sinccrely.COLEMAN .
I ,that the river rises in the highregions
solicit your vote and support. best and most courteous service ma[. RDSONI County In which to live and rear! rI
of people's' nostalgic love of i
Sincerely possible. our children. I will appreciate your! I

GEORGE. JEWELL JR.I Cordially, CANDIDATE FOR CONSTABLE vote and support.Si home and then flows soothinglyacross I NEWPORT' R. L IFHTNC) Rey

PAT MILLINOR 5th DISTRICT rel1'. the heart of all humanity. V Dickey, chief eleetrieJajrs a., mate

I BILL MACK of halite 1, Madison ,Fla,
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVEI MADISON COUNTY. FLORIDA HENDRY_ Stm the origin of the word remains USN
FOR COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR 1---- an intriguing mystery. t returned to Newport, R L In early '
FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE I
respectfully announce that I I: respectfully announce pny-candidacy DISTRICT NO. 5 I II Matsehat noted authoress who March aboard the fleet oiler U6SCalcosahatechee

em a candidate for State Representative I respectfully announce my candidacy for reelection as Constable, I MADISON COUNTY FLORIDA I has written a book on the Sawan-i after partfefpaBfig'

from Madison County for selection a* County Tax District 5. Madiwn CountY, (Greenville I respectfully announce that I am,nee River, recognizes the obscure! in Operation ""Springboard" In the

subject to the Democratic primariesIn Assessor for another term, subject ) Florida. If re-elected I .Ul candidate for Justice of the Peace,1 and uncertain origin of the word. Caribbean.

May, 1960. If you elect me to to the Democratic Primaries In continue to give the people of District District: No. 5. Madison County She says that the Seminole &
this position! I will serve you and faithful Flic to the Democratic -I
May. I promise honest 5 the same fair and Impartial subject primaries Indians maintain that, long; ago

honestly, soberly, and capably to service ,to all as In the past, always law enforcement I have in the In May, I960. If elected I they were ruled by a wonderous LET us ELECT?

the best of my ability. I will greatly .' being mindful of the trust the as I will serve all the people fairly chieftainess Su-wannee whose
vote and past. Your vote In the forth coming: l Impartially, and to the best of my Edwin L. (Eddie) Flowers
appreciate your support office holds. Your vote and support May Primaries win be greatly ap ability. Your vote and support win :name' wa given to the riverin s

will, be appreciated. preciated.ALBERT. order that the beloved, womanm1glit FOR' COUNT%,JUDGE
be greatly appreciated. II ; .
Sincerely. '.* Sincerely?' :.r : 0 SISTRUy'K.ale II Sincerely years .J' be remembered fonver.iaJd ;-j;* z 9

.A: ,. L. .(Rooster) Leggett, Jr. ..."F ANCUx1ARMs2NG.a ConsUMe ., i ? JAHEg. 21AHRELL ; heff," spiritlive. on with them. w (Paid Political AoVt)
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FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1960' THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDEB, MADISON FLORIDA PAGE THIRTEEKiss@see ,
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MR. FARMER!! 7"' fps I j ftritkH1School I I reputation Madison of County having has a good the r G-EApplianci j:


: According to-Miss Frances Cannon -I II County Court. Keep this good Howerton Supply Co. '

'CtZ666 I Health Education Spedalbt, reputation ,by Voting For and
Florida Extension Service"It'sMostly Se-elecUng a man that has
In Your Mind"-this business .
Gf weight control. proven l himself qualified in
Miss Cannon will conduct the i every respect for the"many LATEST HIT

"Stay Youne for Life Series- Friday J legal duties of this important ,
GARDEN SEEDSCOKER'S ,
FEEDS night RECORDSat---
April 1st, at eight t
Need In office.
Help
o'clock In the Agricultural Center.
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SEED CORN FERTILIZER / She will discus mental health and VOTE FOR

O FUNK'S SEED CORN heM temperament and personality Smith Drug'Store
COTTON SEED Preparing Your can affect weight. Also Included In
Curtis D.
th* discussion will Earp
be
DIXIE 18 SEED CORN BLUE MOLD\ POISON Income TaxReturns I iU relation to oterwcight.Almon exercise. and COUNTY JUDGEPaid
Zipperer. Home
PLACE YOUR ORDER FOR Dcmonstraticn -
LIQUID NITROGEN EARLY
Political !
Agent urges any one interested ( Adv't)
? in this subject to attend. --
FARMERS MUTUAL EXCHANGE'
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To Rive 'em your sales pitch call '
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Phone HU 3-2269 Madison, Fla. The E-R by TUESDAY at 5 P M THE YIELD IS UPON SAVING AT
.. and say, TAKE AN AD, PLEASE! ,

SHERIFF'S SALE BROTHER PASSES VALDOSTA FEDERAL


RECORDS Notice Is hereby given that pursuant Claude LaPeppers- 19, of ANNOUNCING- '., ,
to a Writ of Execution on i I Live Oak, R 3, died Wednesdayafternoon 'i"
RECORDS Judgment for Money, Issued out of of last week and funeral .. .
the Circuit Court in and for Alachua services were held Friday afternoon,
County, Florida,' dated December 9, 1 I
ln the Live Oak Presbyterian
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RECORDS! A. D. 1957, in the cause wherein 1I I church. -..
Baird Hardware Company is r
I, The deceased b survived by his
plaintiff and IL IL Henderson is
Visit One-Stop "Pop" ,. parents, four sisters and six broth-
your defendant I. Sunmie( 1U Moore
Sht'rUti" Madisbn. duntyt' Florida, .1.1h I en. Noah Peppers of Madison Is
and LP Record Shop today o'
have levied .upon,all.right; 4Ulc and one of the brothers.
interest of the, 'above named defendant
WifeRecording In and to .the;fallowing ...,../If. I Giant Jumbo Hamburgers in L:. .....
described .property, tak *:into custody C-in bun 40c.WHITE '
by virtue of this.writ as therein
TOP DRIVE-IN
Stadie commanded, and will offer for
sale the following described pro
CANDIDATES-Don't be too
404 N E ,Hancock St. perty, to wit: I- FUNDS RECEIVED BY 10th EARN FROM THE FIRST j
Phone HU 3-6827 One (1) CMC Pickup Truck i"I,. conservative about proclaiming
Serial No. 101PY9106, and that on I" .' your virtues in an E-R ad. Re- OFFICE HOURS '
the 4th day of April. A. D. 1960, '
at the west front door of .' member your opponents are MON.-TUES.-WED.-FRI.. 9 AM TO 4 PM '

GAINESVILLE (spt'da1)-There' ) the Madison County Courthouse In .. not likely to say many good' THURSDAYS. AND SATURDAYS 9 AM TO, '12'.NOON
are over 4.7 million tractors on the City of Madison, Florida be- things about you.
:American farm today. They supply tween the legal hours of sale, to -Call- The New .
Farm wit: 11:00 o'clock In the forenoon
the to the Florida
power and 2:00 o'clock in the afternoon
Bureau. I will offer for sale the same at H1134i910. Goodyear Farm Tractor
public outcry to the highest bidderor
Slight Charge bidders for CASH, the proceedsto TIRES
be applied as far as may be to HU 32555SCFiMNN

the payment of all coati to satisfythe Large stock, priced right
above described Execution. Saving & Loan Association
A slight charge Is made for:
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SIMMIE IL MOORE, Sheriff.
NOTICES Messer TOOMBS VALDOSTA, GA.
Batterylire 115 N.
i Madison County, Florida 28-4t (regardless of sponsor; )
SHM BICYCLESF7'anChiscd The Friendly Association Big, Enough to Serve You Small
ALL
NOTICES
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RAISING Dealer A SenceHOVERTON & Co. Enough To Know You

(regardless of sponsor) FORT LEONARD WOOD, MO. SUPPLY CO. '4
9 ALL NOTICES IN ADVANCE (AirrNC-Army) PFC Audrie L '. .
ABOUT MEETINGS OF ANY Sale Greenville, Fla, is participating
KIND
(regardless of organization) with other personnel from !-!* .
Prices are reasonable. Rising pro the 524th Quartennaster Companyin 3,17I IS THE HONEST PRICE OF THIS CHRYSLER TOTAL ,

duction costs force us to omit ALL ExercIse Puerto Pine in Puerto ...... .

F REE ADVERTISING. Ilka The exercise Is.the attempted.* Jargest ",, .", VALUE..S.ECIAL. .'. INCLUDING SUCH LUXURY FEATURES *. '
ALL ENTERTAINMENT peacetime airlift ever

EQUIPMENT AS: TorqueFlite Automatic Transmission, Constant-Control Power! y ,
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NEW HOMES Steering, Pushbutton Heater, White Sidewall Tires, Unibody Construction, Torsion 1


A ire Ride, Total-Contact Brakes and many more big-car benefits. Ifs the same car ,

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WOULD YOU BUILD A NEW HOME ON ;# ; ,

YOUR LOT OR ACRE? :," ,.', .,:! you saw" on the TV Guide Award Show, waiting for you to price and drive today' rThe

NO MONEY DOWN CHECK THESE! +1 A. s f
Car Of Your Life For The Time Of Your Life
5 SILLS. NOT 3 : ,
No. 1 FLOORING, NOT No. 2 '*.' : r :'s. ,"f' .Wnatadnre's Svttntd RtbI1 Prict.Cafittitt of destiaatioa Wrm CHRYSLERCKITSUI : t..4. .

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SAME PRICE AS OTHERS THAT: USE No.2 MATERIALAND .y t a r
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During April we will install Aluminum %Awningwindows, ,
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Up To 10 Years To Pay :: :lit ":.,

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FACE FOURTEEN THE POERPR1SEJIECOBDER, :MADISON FLORIDA
; FRIDAY
APRIL, 1, 1960


.f One of First ThreeRailroads I Easter Candies *. _1Jt7 --- '1 1


'ne ril ICCMKI OCUARJMCES PAKCBUIUrS-BELLE c.UIPSmith GO BY KELLY'S I

.......r..........r aurr r .n.a a.e. _wry ..
.Published Weekly Subscription |3.76 Per Year in Advancedelayed Gulf county, located just vest THUNDERBQWL Drug Store FOR YOUR WATCH REPAIRING 1

Renewals J4.W Per Year of the Apalachicoia river and
Courteous Service
bordering the Gulf of Mexico, Outstanding Values I
Advertising Rates Made Known on Application SPEEDWAY WEMEHEADQUARTCRS
has an area about fourfifthsthat Come in and See Us
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ffctered at the Madison st Office us .eeonA<1ut matter laD of our county and a population KELLY'S REPAIR SHOP I

.. 1908 under Act of March 8, 1579. about two-thirds as. EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT FOR MAJOR AP- MADISON

OWNERS: T. C. MERCHANT T. C. MERCHANT, JR. great It was cut from the I.. (Weather Permitting) PLIANCES. WESTERN ;.7 I 1

AND ASSOCIATES ; southern part of Calhoun county 1
q. BEGINNING Mrs J 0 Wade and Mrs J E Har-
in! 1925 and was named for I
MADISON RECORDER, ESTABLISHED 1865 AUTO. dee were visitors In Jacksonville
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the Gulf of Mexico. The name
ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED 1901 APRIL Friday.
NEW
2,1960 1
:- of the county seat, '\.ewahltthh -
CONSOLIDATED, JUNE 25, 1908
comes from an old Indian Time Trial 6:30 PM
JIM
T. C. MEBCHAKT, Editor and Publisher name believed to mean "water Pint Race 8:00 PM TONEY HOMES 1

T. C. MERCHANT JB.,.MaWLdar Editor eyes" and is derived from the ADMISSION $1.25 / BUILDERS OF OWNER COMPLETED

MRS. A. W. VANN. City Editor location of two beautiful lakes FRAME OR BLOCK HOMES 1

MRS. W. E. WILSON, Advertising Manager. in the center of the town. Timber -I (Children Under 12 Admitted Free)I CONSTRUCTION j,

is I and commercial fishing are NOTHING DOWN
tives now and the prediction I .
OR104 the principal sources of income, Location; :'
numberup
this
that we will push I BUILT ON YOUR OWN LOT! ,
4oy with a limited amount of farm-
result of the .
to twelve as a f
A ttnrt ing and substantial cattle s-1 I Turn left 5 mites Berth of Valdosta 2 OR 3 BEDROOM MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM
census.
present
," at Mineol, take right turns for 4''
N r Eng adding to local resources. Plumbing Wiring and Inside Finish Materials

4 O t s io Y The county is noted for its I I miles to tl* ,I Available at Small Additional Charge! I

C/47 toN : PleNtyeaWell production of tupelo honey.''''Thunder bowl Speedway l We Win Build to Your Plans and SpecificationsbONTtiLY

-- Corn, sweet potatoes, oats,
April is income tax PAYMENTS AS LOW
AS
Like..A Lamb .4 reiwrt and taxpaying time too sugar cane, peanuts, velvet I

beaM, forage crops, and 2 Bedroom, 24' x 24' 533.00 Mo.
aI
April-and this issue of the which isn't quite so pleasant a I
number of vegetables are KEEP UP WITH POLITICS 2 Bedroom, 24 x 28 $35.40 Mo.
is dated April 1st -is a subject as the census. The I
paper But that he has grown. Port St. Joe is an important l I IN THE E-R 3 Bedroom, 24' x 34 .. .. ... .. ... .. .. .$46.00 Mo.
month of many things. writer is happy .
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first let us say a word about finally made out his report, fishing center, as wellas Mrs A .E Fraleigh and Mrs J G COMPARE THE REST THEN BUY THE BEST!
site of the Port Joe 1
big St.
March, for these lines are being which had been nagging him, Ashley are on a trip to Nassau with CALL COLLECT DISTRICT, OFFICE i
paper mill and other industries. Mr & Mrs A G Paul Jr of Lake I
written in March, which this 01, as the expression goes,,
: The Dead Lakes in the northern City and their guests from Oregon. TONEY BUILDERS Inc.
year has been more or less a "gassing" him, ever since the
part of the county are famous KITCHEN CABINETS ,
wintry month. It came in like a first of January. Then we will I
fishing St Josephs P. O. Box 541
us a area. I. COUNTER TOPS Lake City
lion and acted like a lion muchof all put on a dry grin some one ..... .
.. Phone 1154-M
Bay is a landlocked harbor, '. .
its time, but now it seems to day between now and April G-E APPLIANCES
with anchorage nine miles long BRANCH OFFICES-
be going out "like a lamb." We 16th, the deadline for paying it. \
and three miles wide and an Bellvue, P. O. Box 511 Call Ocala Cherry 5-3811 !
had some typical April showers It certainly cuts a hole in aperson's average depth of 35 feet. Old UOWERTON I SUPPLY Waldo. P. O. Box 368 Call HO 8-2781
Saturday and it takes all of endeavors and hurts
St. Joseph, near the present IJjSxtfrW'S l*3 *i WE ,BUILD 4frVWHERE'% NO TRAVEL CHARGE: I
when much
this, in the Divine scheme ofthings more we see so of
site of Port St Joe, was at onetime ._ ....
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to keep us'moving on- it wasted. In these inflated
I one of the principal cities 9 Set n.a.$bt aNry S.s+eIEari,1I .1Y-a.Pat iae c.vy SI os x -Iy..A8C-1V .
itself
ward. You know the old coup times-and the government -
in Florida and tho first
state
for
let: is directly responsible

"March winds and April mowers a good-sized part of the infla- constitutional convention was

"Bring about the May flowers." tion-exemptions ought to rate, held there. It was tamed the

at least a thousand dollars and J throughout the nation as a I

the beginning charge ought not shipping, commercial and recreational mostadvanae"

16OOtroigS : center, and has been the
than ten
t9 be more per cent .
This .'year-LAprh*. means:the'g1t T'natwould still.be.a; plenty *ubjectyof thrilling jstories. and ', j jt

at tensus. Come Friday heavy on people $ modest! books. In the early days cotton .,
fur
morning, bright.#find(;, early, and incomes. .._ grown in Georgia and Alabama, t -N

even the night before in the ,,. Mas transported down the Apalachicola .ial: .

case of.large. hotels;'motels and' river by barge and ,.. I
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other accommodations for transient ASpecialSmile ". boat and then by rail ',to St:

guests, a' veritable army. Joseph over one of the first .
Some things come in; ,May: .
of takers I three railroads in the United
census 160,000 I II t'
too other to
some
every year
strong, will start their rounds 1 states The.city later was destroyed -
and
extent fourth
every year
which will take them to every I by a tidal wave and
I (this being a fourth year) in Mattr Trend Magazine .
dwelling unit in the United yellow fever..jand! lay. in ruin. I
a big way. With the weather "1 ..,
States. In covering ,the: 3% I covered by debris from the sea I-- dr. yka I
fateful
!warming up and the
million square miles of land until a new and greater Port
day approaching, candidateswere
area in the fifty states, the downtown St. Joe. arose. Next. week I
more numerous on -
takers travel Hamilton county,
.census will an .::
streets Saturday. Everybody '
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estimated combined distance a .
now is !eeJing'goo more than a thousand times VISIT k 1 lJi
are wearing a
around the world, or approximately c
special smile, and things will *
28 miUio\ miles. It is S.MaddenSCo.during i.: :
be great until elation and Rejection .
important tnaTttie cenSus .
very .
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day comes on the 3rd .
be as nearly perfect as possible, ourClearance -
of May. Those who do not get
and to that end people are ..
in and are not dropped out Sale } .
asked to give +
hearty co-opera- then, although nearly all if :
tion to the takers and
census
.. not all of the county races will
for their part the census takers DryGeds 4
bo decided in the first round, S x
forbidden to give out
are will have three more weeks of

any information they obtain hard work ahead of them. ) At Cost!

so.uid are punishable if they do I I


Carrying UK Banner FETED AT LUNCHEON "* I


Steady, Upward Growth' Almost certainly a second 3Ib Barbara-Naugbton was com Corvair CAR OF THE YEAR ",

We hope our county will primary is indicated in the race pl1menIth a charming: luncheon named

.. make r. good showing in this I for the top spot in the state, given Saturday by Mrs J Robert "

census, something have a and quite likely also in the see McClure at her home fa Tallahas t ...-,

number of times failed to do,' Secretary of State and Commis- '
Spring fio.ers.ere used todecorate "Four-wheel unlike other U.S. built :
independent suspension totally any *
numerically. For some reason: sioner of Agriculture contests.A the rooms where
guests car". "air-cooled aluminum engine. not dependent on the properties 1 "
have : here Saturday were
or reasons we run along man was seated for a several course

in the same population groove,:I speaking for Hendrix, and there *nu. 'The honoree received abeautiful of a liquid coolant a rear-mounted transaxle "allowing a flatter floor

gaining sometimes and losing: ere quite n number of Bryant silver server In her pattern and a lower roofline. ." These arcvsome. of the praises heaped upon \ ,

sometimes and, if anything,: placards and bumper strips Guests from from the hostess.Madison included
losing over the years. However, around town, along with road Mrs T J Beggs Jr. Mrs W Turner motive mtgazine-in: announcing their coveted Car-of-the-Year award.

We have hopes that our new: signs. There is a large Carlton Davis, Mrs Ashley Beggs, Mrs C E Other cars didn't even come dose.The Motor Trend experts,who evaluated

.. colleges and our new industries road sign on East Livingston Russell and Mrs Bill Cave.: Among

will prove the impetus now for street, and there may be other those attending from Tallahasseewere to published

I':".' a steady upward growth. signs which we haven't seen Mrs Crill Merryday and the
can't what this achievement in
I' Misses Nancy Lou and Olga Helen appreciate engineering really means corn.Lining *
yet J B Davis is pushing the
Frskigh. and with ...,..
car agility big
It compact economy Iw tnti..n .r
Twelve Representatives Bryant campaign )locally) but ., *
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, car ride, room and sure-footeclness. Drop down to -
so far none of the other candIdates -! Mrs II E MeArthur visited relatives < *% *
Our state, on the other hand, has anyone, as Mr John In Panama City several day : jour dealer's, take a trial drive and then judge the COiif Ci 11

is growing by leaps and bounds.I Bradshaw over in Jennings told I last week .Car or the Yoar for yourself! BY C l 0LFT '.
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We have passed all the other the writer a good many years; Termites ? ".. -..- \" \'.

southeastern states except 1 ago about a candidate then,I SwifBaf : .... i" Soc fOUI' bed tUltMri=ed nTold tltokr for fast t j.vora1Jk deal .
North Carolina, & the way we' "carrying his banner here. ...... CALL fB }.. Ex b r .

are moving we will have passed 1 Some of these however 1 .inajr If k ...tt : 1
e ;
that state by the next I ". S
census. show up at the4 big opening i 'I' '" CAHTEY MOTOR COMPANY
We have eight members of t' ." ;
the
powwow this Thursday night at ,
LXlel1lilllilc. .
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National House of Representa] Sirmans. f"'
Phone 23M pcny, Fieri*' 112 W. Base st. Madison, Florida HU 32293H" .

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FRIDAY APRIL 1. 1960

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Help Wanted, Male\ -


CLASSIFIED wW.B.Davisk. Nationwide Real Estate ,' SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO.

Company I'
i. cut toiStrayed/ FRANCHISE S .CxSlK kC' : 109 s. PATTERSON STREET

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CAN YOU SELL? Top SlroutRepresentatives .5i VALDOSTA, GEORGIA.
earn $10J)0O a
yearon
Machine Repair Rental Sewing Course
up. All sates records broken last

year. MADISON Franchise available
now. Licensed and unlicensed In- 1 New Machines $5950 and
: quiries invited. Strong: company ; '. up

REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE. : .- WANTED -- training guidance and support. We i\ r i CALL VALDOSTA CH 4-23M COLLECT
ACREAGE 'tFAMiig;- furnish all advertising, all signs.! .
:': forms and supplies. Hundreds of d '
BUSINESS tNDUaVfBAL as Service in 24 Hours
ESTATES RESIDENTIAL Oakaidllickery. prospect leads furnished monthly

APPRAISALS : You need sales ability excellent A ..... ... ....... .
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE character and be financially re-j r ------ -- --- --- ----- ---- ---- -- ----

TITLE INSURANCE Legs sponsible'\( () Investment required).] ,
112 West Base FLORIDA'Phone Street ANY AMOUNT '.Most oPPortune time ever to Join i Shop Eagle's Easter; CORN $1.30 in Jasper

MADISON. our nation wide Sales Team. Ask
HU 36277REAL.ESTATE for information now. FIRST SOLO FLIGHT Parade of Values Page Mrs William Bennett and daughter
A. D. REAMS JR.
BUYS! S. W. STEPHENS, District Manager PENSAOOLA. Fla (FHTNO Carolyn of Valdosta were
in Edge- STROUT REALTY A first solo flight was made March visitors here last week with Mr
bedroom home 2.
' m Three PHONE 2861GREENVILLE
wood Sub-div. Large lot. Only $7900. 102 North 19th St Palatka. Fla. 3, by Marine 2nd Lt William V and Airs C S Blal<
A Progressive business making FLA. Bunker, son of William V Bunker
For your grinding and mixing of )Madison Fla. '
money. If you :are a' merchant we MRS MARY BENKO PASSESAT CANDIDATES Rent an adding
I can work out a deal on your farm, call WEST He attended Florida State University 47 machine to total promises of support .
A See me at once for details END :MILLING COMPANY, before entering the night from the deer peepuL THE E-R. I
training program.
-Wanted- Quitman, Ga Can phone 4971 In addition to solo flights, he Is -

II i BWttU! Wilqllby.a. collectJOHNW.WADSWOR1H being Instructed In Communications, Mrs Mary Bcnko, 47, died Satur- w I

\.. REALTOR POLES PULPWOODSAW Navigation, Engineering. Athletics day night at her home east of
TIMBER Aerology and civil air regulations long illness. She
I Phone Office HU -6(81t I town, following a
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Residence HU 3-648L" Madison will buy in bulk or on piece basis during bask flight training at was born In Poland and came to

I MADISON, FLORIDA See Us Before You Ptmacola. the United States 43 years ago.

Hufffll StUCo'l Registered Sorrejir I She is survived by her husband,

s -FORSAIE- Phone HU 3-2372 IN EXERCISE BANYAN TRE':. William Be&ko, of Madison: and s.

Phone Madison HU -' :: MADISON two sisters and one brother, all of
FLORIDA '
Write (AHTNO .
or -Array <'P1.tVnu..= Poland.
r Quarter mile river frontage, BOX 31, PERRY FLA. I S ilcCall. ion of Mr and airs. Gas- 7
8 Mon.
held
large frame home. Ideal location Guests of the family of Mr and ton L McCall, Creenrille. Fla recently Rosary was at pm
I for hunting- and fishing lodge, 172 TYPING BOOKKEEPING I Mrs Fred Mickler last Wednesdayand participated with other personnel day In the chapel of the T J BeggsJr

acres land fenced and cross fenced. Done In my home. Reasonablerates. Thursday to attend the funeral of the 82d Airborne DivisionIn Funeral Home, with the Rev
Will pick and deliver. Father Malone officiating. and
up Exercise II
of Nat Norfleet were Mr and Banyan Tree a Sl"enday -
30 acres land with nice 2 bedroom, Phone Tallahassee 2-3947 or write Mrs James Brown and family, Mr jungle training: exercise In burial services were held at 11a
UBS, MARY E.MCOOY: 1814
I 1 bath frame home; 2 large porches" 'Pepper Drive, Tallahassee, Florida. and Mrs Gene Chance, Mrs 0 0 Panama. m Tuesday' with Interment fol.
and carport, large double garage 3O-2t-dl1 Mlckler, Mrs W F Morrow and lowing In Oak Ridge cemetery.

Price for quick Sale $8,503. will-not I Mr and Mrs George Westmoreland Mrs B N Gross returned Sunday Active pallbearers were Albert
NOTICE: I be responsiblefor Coody Carl Burnett Joe }Mintzer.
all of Tallahassee; Mrs Edward from a two and a half weeks' visit ,
IUCINDY J. VARNER debts Incurred by anyone other Graham Wheeler James Pickets -r. r-2W lb.Md drat
; than H. ARTHUR WILLIAMS. Bishop of Aucilla Mrs D F Camp- In Columbus, Ohio, with her son- 1 nTU+..e ej Me aoo 6i6 IoWa fJ/
myself. Faircloth. fra0MMrqr crop' *mrf potent jit
. REALTOR 30-4t-pd beir-of,, Montlcello, and Dr and Mrs In-law and daughter Mr and Mrs and Edgar : MIA Do. l.l1frrtW Ace Nree t'

i across from Frederick. Mickler of Jasper.x W J Barnes. She went to be present r

, SETZER'S SHOPPING CENTER NoticesA .i. I at the arrival of her new Sporting Goods q MADE t't.r OlXIE taR'
I OFFICE PHONE: HU 3-6848 Mrs E H Winder'weedle: returnedto I granddaughter Deborah Virginia i DIXIE 'ARMIRS bJSOUTHERU

NIGHTS & SUNDAYS:,HU 3-6868 her home In Whiter Park Satur- Barnes, March 8. Mrs Gross also I NITR.QGEN'1 :CO I :
( modest charge is made lor day after a week's visit with her \is1t.edVIth her daughter, Miss BRYAN ELECTRIC CO. :
FOR SALE: 500 gallons of syrup. public notices in this column). mother and sister. Mrs J D Mary Jo Gross, a student at Upper

EDGAR BLAIR Rt 2, Madison, Scruggs and Mrs J L Brinson. Arlington High School. Columbus

Florida. 30-2t-ch who will be graduated June 8th.

SEED FOR SALE-Eight bushels of "PTT Miss Gross will then go to Men- FOR BIGGER PROFITS

velvet beans, ready' for planting. ton Ala where she will be a 'S .SEE YOUR Vim IPI5MI1RQ6bN
.
RODGERS TRAILER SALES, Gftdyear Tires $1235 counselor at Skyline Camp.x _

' .. _31-tf-ch_ 'doctors V ALEf>.
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r. repairingdone by set 670 x 15, All-Weather, tube-typ, a
BEFORE ='. EL3ifeIC your .timber and tire Memorial flowers In the altar
, ; plus tax recappable...
or Umber'limdJjM;; W4 .. ___,_...... ,J.it. ." vases at the Methodist church
are also intaull .)la"'buying' a I MESSER Sunday were given by Mr and Mrs FARMERS'
I limited amount"* pine-hardwood B F Williamson! of Pensacola In (
truck MUTUAL
delivered to
pulpwood by
memory of their aunts Miss Mary
I Foley, Fla., or loaded call on R R cars. Battery & Tire Ci. Bell Waring. Mrs Maude Waring EXCHANGE
See, write or
I Wyche Mrs Florida Waring Bar. Madison Fla.
, L. P. GIBSON !
Rt. 3. Madison. Florida nard and Mrs B G Waring. :

Phone: Cherry Lake 8363 -- -
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: FOR SALE: 3-bedroom house in We know how to diagnose your
r Priest Sub-division, oak floors, TVs Ills and cure 'em fast
: two' baths. H B WINTENBURG.29-2t-pd QUTTMAN Only One Car Can Be Lowest Priced !

\toj
II FOR SALE: Nice home one block _
'7f'A 71.gK'Tf'T' .
from Greenville High School. J TELEVISION SERVICE R i

B DAVIS, phone HU 3-6601,

t es. ,:.Madison.. Fla- ....... 29-tf4 *401 WeRepaf E Stevens! St. .." M ,.. t tl
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FOR RENT: Two houses near Reeord-PJayers-AutomobDe Radio :
A Selections _
Few Choice
KELLEY
:Metal Plant. L. F. ,
IN USED TV SETS
Phone HU 36379. 30-lt-ch Work guaranteed satisfaction
PROMPT COURTEOUS SERVICE r r
her 'k.7 a
Furnished apartment for Rent OUR WAY OF SAYING !
Phone Mrs Van H Priest, HU THANK rotor

3-2394 Madison. 29-2t I
Buddy Tillman Charles Rogers .
FOR RENT: Two furnished apart- I I .
ments In Bevan house. DOC LIVE STOCK AUCTIONI
J T
EDGERLY HU 36128. 28-3t-pd SELL your cattle and hogs In our r
auction each Monday. Sales start at
FOR RENT: The R Mickler store 1:00. MONTICELLO STOCK!' 1 r Iy
building on South Range street. YARDS Mont cello, Fla. M
Available now-R C DICKINSON. Registered Angus bulls for sale:

HU 3-2517 24-U-ch at all times. A
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FOR RENT: Unfurnished garage
apt. See HAZEL WEST, 903 S. J. D. Scruggs
Horry St Phone HU 3-6762 Madison. -
FORESTER

30-2t-ch REGISTERED SURVEYOR &'-. .' __- ,," ..x'Z. ''' ; ,/
WANTED: Full or ;part time salesman Ph. HU 3-616 /

Phone or write TONEY MADISON FLA. :- ....-* dffi Ji@fff@tifli$1795*
BUILDERS, INC. POBox 54L It's Rambler

Lake City Fla., Phone 3736.
225-tf-ch GIRARDIN JEWELERS-j fill'
Save at least 205 ..
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Hen are the facts The Rambler American Deluxe 2-Door
Wanted Waitress and For Sedan above.saves you at least$117 over other economy cars > d
: ;la aR
SILVER CHINA, CRYSTAL .w: ;r-," -the 4-door model saves you at least S130-baaed on com. ", t
DIAMONDS, JEWELRY parbon of advertised delivered price Save '4
cook.(t WhiteftpDrhreIi. EXPERT REPAIRING ,. w more on pj,on upkeep,on rcwdc value.! Room ,
s j.. | for a family of six. Easiest parJ nr. See your e'
, "' 1 Rambler dealer. -

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II ee **# fn y UM tow I( Ir mtjot a..s.Jal"
HELP WANTED BRIDAL taR ItR't p I : : us.ra-pit
LOOK: Splendid Rawlelch business l- SERVICEYAUXSTAGA.
available in Madison Co. Exceptional" .
opportunity for industrious ) Vickers Implement Co. Inc.
914 WhiteSt ,
person. See C E HOWE, .
Live Oak, or write RawlelshiI 317 S. RANGE ST. MADISON, FLORIDA

>ept, FAC-140.18, Memphis TemM' 303 No. Patterson - .- -J__ -_- ---.--.----- -
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T. BI. HOWERTOX, JR.S. .
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FORESTRY CONSULTANTS-TIMBER MARKETING

PROPERTIES

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CHERRY LAKE METHODIST ROCKY SPRINGS METHODIST JEHOVAH WITNESSES Perplexed But Not
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A preaching service every Sunday 118 N. Orange. St. Phone HU 3-6355 .We Recommend For The Best QualityReUpholstering

WE WELCOME YOU A preaching Service every Sunday MEETINGS: In Despair
1st and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. Bible, Study: Wednesday 730 P. 1aL Jim Blanton .
2nd and 4th Sundays 7:30 p. m. morning1st Service Meeting: Friday 7:00 P. M.
Sunday School each and 3rd Sundays 10:00 a. m. Ministry School: Friday 8-OO P. J.L --4 .-
2nd and 4th Sunday 11:00 m. m. Watchtower Bible at the most reasonable
Sunday at 10:00 a, m. : Study prices
Ed Snow
each Sunday School every Sunday. Sunday 7:00 P. M. By (St. Augustine Record)
Service ANYWHERE.
Prayer Word came to me last Thursday m'We wish to recommend to other
8:00 m. 1st and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. so.2nd Kingdom Seekers Welcome.No .
Wednesday covered p. and 4th Sundays 10:00 m. m. Collection Taken. from Brother Touchton of the 'Flofldians the candidacy of Jim Call or Write -
Family Night Family Night Covered Dish SUpper "Home Corn** of young Nat Nor- Blanton of St. Augustine for the
dish supper. Friday Candidates-Strew name fleet Along with all the peopleof important position of Railroad and
before 1st Sunday 7:30 p. m.'Woman's Friday night after second Sunday your Madison heart MRS. C. M. PLANT
my was deeply Public Utilities Commission.
of every month promptly: at 7:00 p. m. all around the county with E-R
4 t" Society
saddened. I loved this dear boy. \1 Jim sought the office in 1958.
Christian Service Woman Society of Christian Ser I campaign cards, posters, cir loved his Dad before him. Still love running against "Mr Democrat" 415 S. Horry St., Madison

I 1 meets Thursday after. vice meets on Monday night after I culars. Be sure to say something them and all his family, and himself. Jerry Carter and lost by Phone HU 3-6630
t 1st Sunday 8:00 p. m. third Sunday at 730 p. m.
especially now all love his
nice about yourself, even we weet only 19,000'ote Carter is a Hours: 9 to 11, 12 to 3:30
!! Methodist Men's Clubmeets The Methodist Men's Club'meets young wife Ann Morrow more than seasoned poUtldazof' long standingand

j alternately with Rocky alternately with Cherry Lake on if no one else wilL nero r his name has appeared, on the Representing

|i Springs .'Tuesday !!-after Tuesday after the 4th Sunday I could not help but recall the ballot election after election. So SOUTHLAND 'FUR ITUJtE

|J 4th Sunday 8:00: p. m. 8:00 p. m. SUNDAY PROGRAM SCHEDULEW words of the great Apostle Paul to Jim made a remarkable showing in ,. "

{ Offidaf. Board 'meets 1st. Wed The Official Board meets each 7:30 A. M A F the Corinthians and. to us when he 1958Ve feel that he will win WHOLESALE RE-UPHOLSTERING
M
Tv PCday; ,each even' numbered j month month following the supper on 7:55 News Gospel Music said: We are perplexttL" So In 1960. Box 1004 311 S. Forrest St.

I after prawr service. Family Night 8:00 Hour the great crusading Saint was "pen-! Because members of the commission Phone CH 2-4970
'C milston Education meets Baptist "
on
This
plexed. means he was com with
P. M ROWELL S. S. 8:30 are dealing constantly VALDOSTA GEORGIAALL
Supt Gospel Music
Wednesday each odd numbered ,
In fused. It means he did not under. such vital parts of citizens finances:
jnrnth after nraver service. MRS. W. W. CATLEDGE.: Treas 9:00 Revival Time .
stand. Yes. there were things that as utility and freight rates it is WORKUnconditionally :
a B. DAVIS PASTORLee 9:30 Gospel Concert:
'laJAM .s FiriFLn, S. S. Supt. ,
even this great Christian spirit of important that the commission is

.THOMAS SURLES, HARRY. M Methodist Charge 10:00 10:05 Sunday News Serenade all the ages could not understand. filled by men of unquestioned ability, Guaranteed
COCHRAN. Ant's. Surely then it is understandablethat and devotion to the public
c" B. DAVIS. Pastor. REV. E W McDOUGAL, Pastor 10:45 Prelude to Worship Integrity '
.1i we too.a "perplexed, con-: Interest .
LEE METHODIST CHURCH 11:00 Morning Worship!
\. BAPTIST: CHURCH r"FIRST Preaching 12:00 News silica, we simply do not understand. We have known Jim Blanton for
time and have always found LATEST HIT
long
a
FLA. 12:15 Afternoon Melodies
GREENVILLE, 1st and 3rd Sundays
But while Paul was perplexedhear and sincere and feel that
Sunday School ......__ 10:00 A. M. _...... 11:00 a. xn. and 730 p. m 1225 News him honest
the glad shout of his grand make statea
if elected he will our
MornSntr WonOi'p .._.. 11:00 A. M. Sunday School 1:00 Afternoon Melodies RECORDSat.
Every
faith: "We are perplexed bat not In capable' member of the Railroadand .
Baptist Training Course 6:45 P. M. Sunday.._., .,.,,., ,,. 10:00 a. m. 1:30 Afternoon Melodies despair." We too are perplexed but Public Utilities Commission. j
Worship __ 7:30 P. M. Methodist 1:40 Serenade Za Blue
Evening
no Youth Fellowship
xx e are not In despair; "For God He was born in MadIson Florida
Wed. 7:30 P. M. 1:55 News
: Prayer Meeting 6:00 p. m who commanded the light to shine In 1919 and lived In Madison
BOB SEARCY. Sunday School Supt. 2:00 Hour o: Decision ont of darkness, hath also shined County until 1931. He graduatedfrom Smith DrugStore
HANSON METHODIST CHURCH 2:30 Musical Sunday
HICKORY GROVE CHURCH In our hearts to give the light of Putnam High School at neighboring -.
I', Preaching Services every First Preaching 2nd and 4th Sundays 2SS News the knowledge of the glory of God Palatka and attended the;
I*,* ,and Third Sunday 11:00 A M. 3:00 Musical Sunday
(:; 11:30 am and 7:30 "
pm In the face of Jesus Christ. University. of Florida. He had a
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and 7:00 P. M.Sunday 325 Sews
Sunday School every Sunday About a month ago I saw the I distinguished record during World
School Sunday 4:00 Hit Parade
every 10:30 am headline In the E-R "WELCOME War II. After entering the Navy 1
4:55
1030A.M. News
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: ,t HOME NAT." That was he saw act.
PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH apropos.It 'Ion ordinary seaman
Family Hecht' Saturday before 5:00 Music At Sundown
Is still In order As Nat was ion in the South ,Pacific the Philippines -
Every aecond Sunday 4:00 P. M. 5:30 HeadUnei ft Weather BUSINESSMEN -
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welcomed for those few days to and North Atlantic and the
.M. SAPPINGTON Pastor Preaching Sunday ';:33 Sign Off
every
'. REV; C. '
If want customers
his"OOOert'u1 home community. so Mediterrean area. After serving four you every
Sunday'School 10:00 A. M. PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO I
CHURCH now he has been welcomed home years he was discharged as a lieu week in store tell 'em
HOPEWELL BAPTIST CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE your ,
Morning Worship 11:$Q A. M.
j Sunday School ............ 10:00 A. M. ? : In that "City which hath foundations tenant (j.g.) I about it in E-R ad every
Sunday Evening BTU 630 P, M.: whose builder and maker IsCod. Jim Is well known in St. Augustine -. an
| ........ 11:00 A. M.
Worship
Morning ,
Schedule
Baptist-Tralnln' Union 6:30 P. M. Evening Services ..,_. 7:30 P. M. Daily Program ." and has been engaged in the week.

Evehtne ,Worship .._... 7:30 P. M. Prayer Evening Meeting........__Wcdrsday" :00 WMAF I Thank God for our Christian transportation and tpurist attraction
P. M. > P. M. 1230 ON YOUR DIAL Faith! Thank God for the faith of business here for over 14 years. He
Mid-we4 Prayer Service 7:30 W B SEALS, S S Supetintendenta 6oo..u.L Sign On the Norfleets, the faith of the hag been active In church, civic and THINKING

Brotherhood*' lat Thursday ARTHUR CRUCE Training Union 6:02 Fla. Firm Hr. Micklers, and the faith of all fraternal affairs and is married
Qf beach; month at ........ 7:30 P. M. I
6:25Vodd & State News Christians. Yes we are perplexed and the father of two sons.
WMU :?<\..'!n" fourth Director.ERNEST MOREINSURANCE
every..sefO' ABOUT
6.30 F'.. Farm Hour .
'T'''- dav, 7:30: pm. GURR, MinisterWELCOME troubled, confused. but THANK The voters of Florida will not
6:45. .HudHamrldc,,, GOD WE ARE NOT IN DESPAIR. make a mistake' in electing Blan-
S.
V L. 'STNOLTTTARY.'vS.T.AMB. B T, IT. Director SuptJIMMY r TONEW' (Mon. Wed Fit) Tor I am persuaded that neither ton to the Florida Railroad and ?

HOME BAPTIST ,CHURCH 6:55 World News life nor death, nor angels, nor Public Utilities Commission and the
REV. LEWIS/D.. ": HUGHEN, Pastor. Come Warship With\ Us -.. 7sOO State New* j principalities. nor powers nor Record endorses him for this important I
Sunday School T lO:X) A:'Me 17:05: Coffee With '
WELCOME TOMT. --- Ray things present nor things to state office.
OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship _. 11:00 A. M. 7:45 World News come nor height nor I I

Sunday School ....... .-. 10:00 A. M. Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. 7:50 .. State News depth, nor any. other creature shall CANDIDATESRent an adding )
Morning Worsh'p ..._ 11:00 A. M. Evening Worship 7:30 P. M. 7:55 \Weather News ...1- be able to separate us from the machine to total promises of sup.

Training Union ..._...... fi30; P. M. Midweek Prayer Service 730 P...M. 8.-CO"' Offee wits Ray love of God which Is In Christ port from the deer peepul.. THE E-R. .

Evening Worship ... *.. 7:30 P. )t. Brotherhood 4th Friday 7:30 P. M &:00 -, Morning evotlons Jena.- '

Prayer )fet>tlnq; .. ......*.... .. 7.30 P. M Jack Pickles ,,., ..,..._ S. S. SuptSim 9U. .MuxJcal Interlude .. "We know 'that,!,lf our earthly MOTHER PASSES
Church Business Meeting First 1' Andrews B. T. U. Director 9JO 4j Music Unlimited 'house of this tabernacle Is dissolved
'month. REV. ELDRTOG&LYONS, Pastor lO:X) News "J':* have building of God. an Mrs Leilah Roberta Hendry
.
W dn<> d8v n''*ht of>ac# :. we a.
Brotherhood and WtM-U. Second "CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST 10:05 Music Uhl tea house not made, with hands eternalIn Davis, 81 died last Thursday at

Thursday night of ech' mpnth.freachlni CHURCH 10:30 Music Unlimljrf, the heavens." So my good friends the home of a daughter. Mrs Jesse

: Service' ; Ev-ry Sunday Preaching Servkes every Sunday 11:00 Music Unlimited as i M let each of us sing in our own heart, Parker. at Boyd.

Come Worshin' With Us. Morning Service 11:00 A. M. 11:15 Public Service v and then altogether Survivor include three other

REV. DOZIER SAPP. Pastor Evening Service 8:00 P. it 1130 Record Session lie wilf keep me till the dyer daughters: Mrs Anna Grubbs andMrs

.... 12:00 World News "Rolls Its waters at my feet; Parker of and
Sunday School every Sunday at T M Perry
LEE BAPTIST CHURCH 12:15 P.M. Noontime Notes Then Hell bear me over .
10.-00 A. M. Mrs Lamar Andrews of Greenville;
REV. I. T. CARTER. Pastor, 12:30 Talk Of The Town Where the loved ones 1 shall meet.
Services every Sun ay t- BTU E\-ery Sunday at 6:45 P. M. 12:40 Uncle Ned four sons: Amos, John. Troy and

Sunday School t........... 10:00 A. M. Prayer Meeting every Wednesday 12:45 State News Wash all of Perry; three brothers

Morning Worship ........ 11:O0 A. M. at 8:00 P. &LBrotherhood 1220 Farm News NEW ELECTRIC 10-KEY three sisters, 31 grandchildren: 31greatgrandchildren Yh

Training Union ..........._... '7:00 P. 1L first Thursday every 1253 Weather News and four great-
Evening Worshlo ..._... 8:00 P. M. month at 7:30 Welcome.P. U.Everybody 1:00 Hillbilly HU Parade ADDING MACHINES gnat-grandchtldren.

'#wryer..... Meeting Wed. .:: 7:30 P. M. REV. J. TL COLLINS. Paitot: 155 New'S' VICTOR ... .... .. $171.00 Funeral services were held Friday .. ; J
%:00 Gospel Time churchat
," MOSELEY HALL nAPTISrCHURCH !:30 Public Service BURROUGHS . .. 209.50 afternoon in the Methodist
OF
.- MADISON CHURCH CHRIST I Boyd. with Interment In Pisgah

'"'} CK LAMB ..._.._." Pastor 701 South Range 2:45 Afternoon MelodIes CLARY .. .. .. .. ....225.00 cemetery. C.E.QUICK
: 235 Near
World & State
"' B. R. Sap*? .... Chairman Board of Sunday Bible Study 10:00 A. M.Lord's 3:00 Afternoon Melodies ODHNER .1.. .. .. .. 259.50
Supper and Jumbo Hamburgers in HU 3-6163 BOX 292
Deacons. Edification ___ 11:00 A. Jd..EmW11' 3:45 Public Served TOTALIA .. .. .... 259.00 Giant .
Baftey' .." B. .U. Director ,4.-00 News
-JKlly C-n! bun 40c.WHITE .
"Iroy Cruse ..-.._ AX011* Director Sunday ,. Serrice 730 P. )L <<:05 *. Request Parade plus fed! and state tax. TOP DRIVEINCONSTRUCIION MADISON. FLORIDA
..._ ..>Ii. S. Supt. Wednesday Zrenlng News This Gulf Life scent can tell
Leroy Cruse 455 World & State
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730 with A
Services how Adapt- *
*MUs Merle Bass h........_ Sorg Leader I .r. 5:00 Request Parade ,, you
Cruse ..._._. Pianist Plan, your Insurance Is
"Mrs Juanita' I :NEW' 1tUl"d\"L 5G T Sports WghIIgIIts
Sunday School. -..__ 10:00 A. M.! MISSIONARY BAPTIST Cl1un I 6:00 'World Pews HU 3-6361 adaptable. For example, a

Morning Worship ........ 11:00 A. M.! Services: every first aDd third 6:15 Tvrffltht Tunes New and Remodeling family Income substantial plan can also

Tndrinu; Union .._._ 7:00 P. M."Evening Sundays at 11 .. nu and 8:00 p. xn. 655 News provide retirement -
Give him
I income.
Worship 8uO: P. U.Prsyet Sunday School evus 7 Sunday 10.-00 7:00 ,Sfcn Off Howerton Supply Co. call today!
a
Wed. 730 P. M.
PROGRAMS TO
Meeting SUBJECT
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m.Training KEEP UP WITH POLITICS ,.. ,,,
Just as I am. without one plea. I Union ever Sunday 70 CHANGE WITHOUTWAKE NOTICE "" "" = I
clothes IN THE E-R
Regardless of
I come. your I P. m.I .

condition.spun. You Whether are welcome cotton In'Home our I nEV. W. T. RYCROFT Pastor UP DoI't t last ywr Ct*"

church service. HEULAH' BAPTIST CHURCH RAM* TO GO fitirfla tw. *
Welcomes You head over a"A .
MADISON CHURCH OF GOD Services Every Sunday Witlaod'Nanbac Backache

Sunday School ......*_ 10:00 A. M. REV CARL V.-IVEY. Pastor N.w I T... m r.this r-a e.&t 1. lUTE
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t. .. .
: of. M. GLASS
) A.
Jlorn'nc; Wnr-Mp' *,_ 11:00 A. Sunday School 10:00 aat.Iar.....aM..ata p.t en- lost policy!
F.'vP.1'lnC'Vo bln ..._.. 7n: P. M Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. ......u.........aM..abl.II.... C mpaay
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t. .. ....
11ae 'wta
WMIa ""
youth S::-*ice Wednesday 8:00 P.U.REV. Choir Practice 6:00 P. M. .....a wtih...............r.tT...aatstftJ.
1 B. B. BRTT LP.7. Pastor 1 'TruLning Union 6:30 P. M. A.....-..,A..tL_L--w.-.w_ .....,...... ,.-,' GLASS Stay calm and collected.You're still protected if you'reone

:: I Evening Worship 7:3n P. Pit lnita"a", GLASS BLOCK ; of our clients. Just call on us for a duplicate copy.
,; :e C%'' .L. S. SERVICE Wed. 730 P. USEVENniDAY dusk-aft,. .....w.c'wtaW. -. .--. ... i of
Meeting.
Prayer MIRRORS here take advantage ?
CHURCH OP JCSUS CHRIST OF 0..'. fag.ir. I And while you're you can
rm.tt t.I e.panle
:1 LATTER DAY SAINTS ADVENTIST : L W.....,p.t .,.beeI.t aeIMa I I another free service-a review of your present proteof
.... '--"t ., smlat ........ 215 W. Saranoth A\ .
.Sunday School ._.._._.. tn-fl" 1m CHURCH .......... edI s .at ...... : tion needs.,
.S'cramiu Meeting ........ 11:00 a. mBPlief' Services every Saturday at Madison 2 2.1IoIItW.w .w. a5.6Ifttk el MUle Ualdet....rTd.. 1RI. Phone: CHERRY 2-52S3

Q..drw f4 P"-t"IV''' tlM" American Legion HalL i.ee... ...... et w u aa Paai. .,! VaUosta Georgia
*'" Sabbath School begins 2 p. m l.W1M7 ...... MORROW INSURANCE AGENCY
announced at Sacra ... ...
and plate as :. EaJ-F a t aaiCi .,.fa tile
Church Service at 3 p m. .. .m rarer -. u.. rS .....
r"t MNttn"' E C WILLIS. S S Supt ,..... H e+ krT. ab.. a- ....ei. FOLEY LAWN MOWERSBRICGSSTRATTON
I ALL SERVimAT AMERICAN HAROLD YATES. Pastor Tale. 1Jaaa'* P4fl..t. May tDOAN'S MOTORS 108 W. Pinckney, Telephone HU 3-6250

I LEGION ITALLT Welcome! 10 per cent Down Payment

JUDGE R. CARRYL.ROAD. CHERRY Branch LAKE Pres. phone Everyone HU 36517. PIUS HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. 1fIttI lN t ,I NQ'Ntitt IVth Cot6 _YOlM"




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HU 3-6262 Madison Florida Ar4i MR TIME! .


PRISONERS ESCAPEs
VOTE FORLamar
PAIR.a
LAUNDRY ,
SURE TO SEE TIlE ONLY "
Two prisoners escaped from the
local jail about 4 p. m. Monday as AndrewsFOR --
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Pull and Clean Oven -
Deputy Wade was transferringthem ;
from their day cells to the
night cells, and at this writing are COUNTY COMMISSIONERDistrict -IT TALKS FOR ITSELF"
still at large. Sheriff Moore described .
Three-MadIson County
)
the escapees as two young ,
(Paid Political Adv't). I '
negroes not over 30 years. One, 0 ; -i
C McCall, light tan complexioned,I Mr and Mrs Gordon Williams were .
6 ft tall and weighing 180 tics, in Albany, Ga., Thursday attendingthe
wearing brown plaid shirt and Albany Ga., Hardware Com-
khaki pants; the other, Willie Rob- pany's Showing of hardware and
Inson, very dark 5 ft. 8 inches tall, houscwarc. Thirty-eight manufac- .
Tvrjghing 190 Ibs, and wearing alight turers of the Nation had their wareson {
blue shirt and dark blue display. 0L----1
trousers. Both were being held hereon
a charge of breaking and entering LEE NEWS\ NOTESMr "
Stewart's store earlier in the I >#
year, and both have previous records
The Sheriff and dogs lost the trail II and j
Mrs Edmund Rowe i and
of the men near tho colored chooi.. children: ,
of Talbotton Ga, came
They may .be dangerous, the Sheriff down for a week end visit with Mr J
warned.
and Mrs R Rowe. liiI
I ,
DESCRIPTION OF ESCAPEESA ,
'
Miss Ullie Cloud of Jacksonvillecame -
:
more detailed description of
the two negro inmates in the County -'I vfrft with Saturday Mr for and an Mrs over Edward night FRIGIDAIRE RATED No. 1* Washer J....."

jail who escaped Tuesday morning Whttty and children.

Sheriffs has office.been furnished by the Mrs Clyde Sutton entered the ors -WRINKLES.AWAY" Dryer :::; ,
local hospital Friday for a medical '. ; ,
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Willie Lnzy Robinson black isap'F check up. She returned home SURI Now Frigtdaire makes wash and wear fashions truly '"', ... ., ;; .
24 veighs 175 lbs, is' 5 feet, I day. Her daughters Mrs DewItt automatic, more work-wring, and- timasarny.too.NewFRIGIDAIRE. 1. ;:;:::
SV& inches tall and at time of escape Green d ,,
of Lakeland and Mrs R J '- ',
f'' blue WSIC shirt.wearing blue trousers and a Newton of Jacksonville have been z; : r $269.95 .
with her since she returned home
'
Ctis! Charles McCall. 5 feet 11
Ii Indies tall, weight 185 lbs lie is, Rev Curtis McMullen of Mayo if Mobile DISHWASHER '; Two fuH-wHth selves f'sbottles
here suffering with colds at the
Sale ofa .
24 years old and"nature.is described as home of 14 parents Mr and Mrs J .Frostproof short and tell, > }
I being sullen In lie was r- And just think Madam :that' ; ain"tam
R W McMuIlen. *
Get one morning 'twas in
up nip
clad in khaki pants and brown a '
!!
Mrs Allen Davis and children of
the air,
checked shirt. Both were placed In
the County jail Dec. 17, 1P59 In I Baldwin are spending a few days Made up my mind to sell a Frigi- Look at this freezer with the toe-
j I with Mrs Audrey Williams and Mr daire. control,
connection with the Stewart store
burglary. and Mrs Talmadge Williams. Went to the More liekety-spHt, Magnetic door seals keep out: the
According to records have Mrs J Williams has returned Feeling just like I'd made a hit. cold.
they
home from a few days' visit with Two roll-out baskets, ata't that.
been in other jails on a numberof S 95
other charges such as breaking, Mr and Mrs Jack Williams and The very first customer I saw, there nifty
entering, robbery etc. other relatives in Jacksonville. Was a big, jolly woman with grey- Food capacity is one hundred fifty.
Misses Mary and Frankie Hem- ing bait Four ke-eJedOl" trays fer i Instantlee
bree of Cedar Keys were guestsfor She said "Sonny, show me a box." 4
Easter CandiesPANGBURN'SBELLE a short while Saturday after- s I said "Madam, you better dig for Just flip up the handle, that's so

noon of Mrs Valllc McMulIen and .,.... your socks, nice.) ,

CAMP other friends. ... .,-.... ,... Theng on this one runs mighty If FROSTPROOF oeM no defrost.
I Mrs T W Withlngton! and daughter .' :. '.: ., ', high. ing ever,
Smith Drug Store Lee of Tallahassee are guests X. '-- v ..* But, I'll tell you lady, there's more I'M telling you ,lady, that means
of the L J DeMotsis. ---' than meets the eye. never."
Mrs R W McMuIlen and granddaughter She looked at me and let out a yell
Clara Ann arc in the local Come on over and take a good peep, "You mean no defrosting ever no
Listen to WMAF and hear .hospital Just look at those shelves so wide mop, no pail?"
,
how JAMES SALE gives away Mr N B Ponder has moover / and deep,
Silver Dollars. on the road going north near the FREE GIFTS WITH EACH They'll pull out. too all but one, I said, "Madam, you can take my
home of Mr and Mrs E L Flowers. J Try it, lady, ain't that funs word!! -'4
Mrs Dallas Is In Georgia /or PURCHASE and GREEN And here's another feature you've

Boy Scout Car Wash several days visiting her sister who ( Stamps during this Sale Starting They're aluminum rod shelves, never never heard,
has been very ill will rust I'll tell you about It since yeu'ronone
,( r i Mr and Mrs Boyce Faulkner of w FRIDAY April 1st. And a porcelain hydrator,. it's a the wiser
The Boy Scouts arc having a carwash Clover S C. came down last Friday FREE \\WASHER DEMONSTRATION must.A This thing's run on a meter-miser."
Saturday. April 2 at Dick I for a week's visit with the R porcelain meat-tender that holds
Baker's Service Station and Thigpen E Adamses. -' WEDNESDAY a-plenty Tm already sold," she said, "PriceII

Gulf Service Station. Proceeds will I Mr and Mrs S K "Driggers left April 6th at 2:30 p. m. Two sliding eg-trays, they hold doesn't count,
Ian for few and tell Sonny, what'sthe
aid Wednesday a days'visit .r4 twenty.And Hurry me
go to. buy a troop first kit and
with Mr and Mrs Joe RUIPeB) Expectant Mothers and amount?"
troop tents. of Tallahassee. Mr Drifigers continues r" Y Mothers with Children-seeing now, my lady just,look on the "I'm glad you put; quality" I said
to be ill. to the regret of door "ahead of expense.
'1 I HANSON I NEWS .his friends. 11 is belie\1ng-so SEE the A picture-window hydrator, andw The price is six ninety-nine and
I WASHER with the SOAK bat's mere ninety-five cents."
Listen to WMAF and hear t' CYCLE. See how clean your A butter conditioner that keeps -Emily M. Roche
Pine Grove Twuning Union en- how JAMES SALE gives away r- clothes butter dandy.. (Mrs. Roche is the wife of Weldon
jar ed a social at the' church Friday Silver Dollars. can get. Another compartment keeps leftovers Roche well-known Port St. Joe
night There were about 40 I .- \ handy. Frigidaire dealer.)
"..' present Ham potato salad slaw CRANDSON TO BE CONFIRMED"
bread, cake tea and coffee were -

served.Mr TV Bailey of Lake City March Mr and 29th Met to be John there Dovjak for April left r ,Jr JV KIWG-srzF .

visited his grandmother. Mrs Lula 3rd when their 13 year-old grandson 7V rR .
Odom here Wednesday of last week. Glen John Ernest and his classof -. ALIp :
Mr Shelton Davis of Jacksonville confirmants will be orally examined / WgNCES
spent Sunday here with his parents, before Zion Lutheran congregation -
Mr and Mrs B F Davis. Ii Lyons Illinois by the
Mr and Mrs Miles Morrison and I pastor The Rev W C Loatz. On
family of Omaha Neb. arrived Sun'Palm Sunday; the clam will be confirmed : .:j
day to spend a few days here with and become communicant ,
Mr Hoyt Wainwright and family. members of the Lutheran Church
Mrs Lula Odom is visiting hercousin I (Missouri Synod) and win receive FRIGIDAIRE"TRADE
Mrs Ella Barker near )It.i i their first communion on Maundy NOW ,

Olive.Pine Grove WMU will meet In Thursday. SHFER 10 N NEyEST

the home of Mrs Dorothy Morricon CANDIDATES-please let us K
Thursday afternoon April 7 at 2:30 have your ad by- w SAVE"FREEZER > MODELS

for their Royal Service program TUESDAY NOON

;, 1955 (Cfcemlet pickup Thanks. THE E-R SALE

I BABY BARRS ,
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completely I recwiditaad Q
\ : Mr and Mrs W J Darn of Cherry
t'" I Lake announce the arrival of a

W:,i ; was $795 MW baby girl Tuesday March 29th at l

:, 5 a min. Quitman HospitaL The
.'t.t., ,', ftI.95HARDEE young lady has been named Debo Wells Furniture Company '

,- > rah Rose Bam and Is the granddaughter -
,
BBTW( CO. of Mr and Mrs B N WI1

llama of Cherry Lake. Phone. HU 3-2325 "Satisfied Customers Since 1922' Madison, Florida



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Smith Drug StoreNFJC : ,
Think of Horace Stephenson 1

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OPEN HOUSE .

Beginning -Sunday, April 3,
North Florida Junior College \\ii1 .
have an "open house each Sunday
afternoon from 2-4 pm for all
I parent and visitors.
If J
f This additional service has been
ire provided as a remit of the manyPeople \
who have driven to Madison -
on a Sunday afternoon to view I
th1ir -i the growth and development of

a TJC1 showplace th in has this already area. From became now BE OUR GUEST for a BIRTHDAY PARTY Ithat's I

until the end of the school- spring
HORACE STEPHENSON, JEWELERS semester (June 5) a faculty'mem different one where the gifts are '
ber will be in the student loungeto
DOWNTOWN VALDOSTA CASTLE PARK greet visitors and conduct Informal .f for the guests. Yes, from the depressing'I I
THOMASVILLE. GA. tours or to answer questions ,
A sign directing visitors to thirties the thrifty and booming sixties
to
7i D 7 1 7SL: the student, lounge will .be erected. ; ,
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how JAMES SALE gives'away -

SAVe ar Silver Dollars. ?'* '.1IJ: friends, the greatest values that can be :

OAK HILL NEWS i : had. Come and be with us on our 22nd '
V fli'\ -
k Oak Hill H D-Club met Mar 24 little cash and .
with Mrs Florence McMfliian, Mrs Birthday. Bring along a en- f
H L Crafton gave the devotional ,
and Mrs W L Wynn led in prayer joy the greatest bargains on today's mar-' .
Mrs Bobby Buchanan led the dis-

cus&ion on program planning for ket! .., I
next year April Council meetingand h
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l1"vOD dress revue Reports were .
CASH SPECIALS
heard from those attending nutrition : .. o .
school each Friday sight Also -
ONE ONLY REGULAR -199.95 .
reminder that there are four

StO more urged to sessions attend, and members are Press oe-Matic Sofa Sleeper now $119.95
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
PRICES GOOD Thru Saturday, April 3rd Mrs.Wilborn. Reaves was honored : 12-ft wide heavy weight, deluxe quality .

WIWIWIYYIIYYIIIICrisco49-- with!a hour.stork Mrs shower T T Morrison during.thesoda was Linoleum, with plastic coating, sq. yd. 89c

in charge of the games. Refreshments -
of cake chips cookies and Reg. 6.95 Table Lamps now $3.99 ea. '
soft drinks were served to about ,. .
I twenty-five. Mrs D Sapp Mrs Paul Keg. 39.50
Ellington Mrs Nome Meeks, Mrs '
Harris MeLcod Sr Mrs Harris Mc- c' Innerspring Mattress with
II Lead Jr and Mrs J D Agner were > '
Limit one with a $5.00 or mara Food Order \isi tors. S .
Box
; $24.99
Matching Spring :
Mrs Louise Ellington accompanied .
l1l.mm II1 lilllllll

LIBBY Yellow ClingPEACHES (Limit 4 please) Tallahassee Mrs to George visit Mrs Bartlam Bartlam's to < Reg. 2.95 Boudoir Lamps now $1.49 f\.:; .; i
No. mother Mrs Garrett who is In the .

4, sZ Sro 1 hospital Mr and there.Mrs Dill Foerakers and, Reg. 1.25 Rubber Door Mats 89c ft.': :

LIBBY Hawaiian Pineapple Shirley and Mr and Mrs R L Craf .
Umlt" 46-oz. $400 ton and Harry spent Sunday in Sleeper Bed with Press-Toe-Matic 157.89:
JUICE I Please 4 Gins Gainesville vfeHing Miss Helen '
Crafton. 'f. (opens with just a press of the toe; all foam cushions)* r,

mIIImIII/IJIlm/ II ;Mrs Betha Buchanan is improving Early American Sleeper 247.69 '
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after a recent illness.Mrs :)
NEW DAY George WUHams. Mrs Nor* (Foam Rubber Cushions) x '
man Walker. Mrs Bobby Keeling Nylon and Acetate cover, foam cushions ;:; .:
and Mrs Jimmie Strickland were

3 B 96$100Coffee hostesses honor Mar of. Mrs 24 at Jackie a stork Strickland.showerin 2pcSofaBedSuite 119.69 <'

Sofa Suite all foam cushions 141.69
: : 2-pc ._ ..
Limit/ three with cS.CG or more Food Order .
MOTOR MAIDS .
m.ml _mllllll 7 .. Desk (with 5 drawers) 19.893pc : :

Swift Premium Baking (4-6 Lb. Average)
Grade "A' Bedroom Suite, walnut finish 97.89.1 -
HENS D.&0.Quick 39 ,'.
Frozen LB ; (includes 52-Inch double dresser ;with 30" x 44" mirror, .

W-D "Bran ed" ChuckROAST I Braggingrivers a 30-inch chest and a bookcase bed) i'

CauseAccidents : linoleum 2.99 : ;, ;:, .
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LB 49 ; ; Rug -

: Recliner Chair 32.89, .', :t
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Dodge Safety Cotuoluat : .-
Do you have to show off the Chrome Dinette .- 37.89 :f/; 3; -
power oI"OW' new car? Do you f
1
.IHAMSLB have making to demonstrate time through your traffic skill in (includes table with extension leaf, 4 chairs) 'I.} r:'

491 The National Safety Council Bunk Beds -42.19 ) tfl"
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warns that this kind of "YOIT -
cause! accidents.You
I may be an experienced (Salem finish with ladder, guard rail and springs; maybe
FULL HALF OR WHOLE i dover bat if you have the com- used as twin beds) :J ,:,
petitrv urge to pass cars even
when you're not in a Irony End Tables L39" !:,'
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then you're asking for trouble.If ., '
ACE HIGH FROZEN bare to beat : i"
aar.you from the light.aad etcrycm ln.lrton ...... Above Specials are for CASH :
: keeping the other fellow 1 **
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nil lane- you are In danger of} ; *" -
Gr Yige Juice ,becoming.a The 'OTer-c traffic nndent.....-aJco.driver. '?'. .# t" Prices good at HOLTO\'S in Valdosta, Ga., also r; I

. r- causes! xoanr accidents.He gets a" .- .
sudden fedinf power when he ; .
takes the wbeeL This .
. power- .. I .
complex leads him to take '
chance And when you take .
chances, you frequently don't
8' $100
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CANS torn I II
Try to remember that the
, other driver pars hlcfawar tae*
yours.too. It'. his road as much as "'. FROM .

The other driver has just as
50 50 much right to the road as you I
have Dont try to compete with
-just try to five .
CLIP THIS COUPON with him.
THIS CERTIFICATE INTrTUS YOU TO 4 of Give the road him, and part be of safe your share HOLTON'SINC.

50 FREE S&H -- ----

Green Stamps 1953 sThdean .

FREE AT YOUR NEAREST 'WINN-DIXIE all % S..
over; was $4 .1
Void After Limit One Coupon To Adult Wtt Madison Florida
April 3rd A $5.00 or More Food Order. ,
nollARDEEMOTOCO.$35

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SAID GIVES AWAY SILVER DOL ARS'




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the Small Business Administration to provide .

I i THE SMALL BUSINESS INSTITUTE helpful sepia to the businesses and businessmen Best Qualified-By Far
In the Suwannee River Valley.
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OF.NORTH FLORIDA JUNIOR. COLLEGE REGISTRATION AND FEE
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1J' The registration fee Will be $15.00 per enrollee.
APRIL MAY 3L' 1960PURPOSE. I.
5
This fee will cover the cost of all materials Including
the banquet 'and certificate.: You may

". :. register in two ways: (1) Complete the registration
'II.*The proprietors of small business concerns are form and mall it as indicated or (2) contact -

w constantly beset with problems which they are Al Hofflander, Director, Small Business Institute.
f V unable to solve without help or guidance. The North Florida Junior College. In either .

Information usually available, on business problems case, make all checks payable to "North Florida
is based and practices of big *
on the operations Junior C 11ei: .*
, industry rather than those of small business.It .

is with the purpose of helping the owners COURSE. OUTLINE.

and managers of small businesses to analyze and April :Merchandising Problems ...
I to attempt to find .logical solutions to some of Richard M. Baker ,1,
these problems that the Small Business Institute April 12 Advertising and Salesmanship .
. is offering this course. Warren Nation
, .
The various subjects Included In the course will April 26 Financing Problems of Small Business
'
I be presented *oy leading consultants who will Robert: C Earnest ,k }G r
discuss down-to-earth case studies related especial May 3 Credit and Collections

1y to the operation and management of small Representative of Florida Consumer
Jt I businesses.In Finance AssociationMay
10 Human Relations in Your Business
the discussion periods, following the presentation -
t of the topics, there will be ample John Ewing
; opportunity for,those enrolled in the course to ask :May 24 Recent Tax Laws Which Benefit Small ., .

questions,exchange views and to air their particular BusinessesAl .
Xlofflander a
problem related to fhe subject under discussion.
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May Banquet
A certificate will be awarded to each person. .

f who satisfactorily completes the course.,. REGISTRATION FORM S P '
Mail to: Al Hofflander

TIME AND PLACE Director, Small Business Institute *
North Florida Junior ft
\- One two-hour session per week will be givento College
I the topics listed in the course outline. The :Madison Florida IT'S TIME fOR

entire program will be of seven weeks duration Please enroll the following persons for the non-

. meeting each Tuesday from 7:30 PM until ,:30 credit course In Management Problems. A check
PM. It will begin April 5 in Lecture Room No.
I in the amount of $ is attached to .iiri
1 of the North Florida Junior College Library.No T IhV.
r ( meeting will be held on April 19 and May cover registrationsat

t. 17 due to possible conflicts.) A banquet will be $15.00 per cnrollee.
held and a certificate will Jbe awarded to each

person who satisfactorily completes the course. NAME ... .

SPONSORSHIP .I
:i FIRM GOVERNOR
: :- FOR
This course is part of a continuing effort on
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the part of the North Florida Junior College and ADDRESS
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rrTA u ..6t Sa\V5 to WMAF and hear i E IRENE'S TOTS TO TEENS SHOP

) OJAMES SALE gives
SHARPENED AND SET } away: -
.. Work Guaranteed Silver Dollars. : I* '

arid done by machinery :t,2" 1 Rl-OPJSNED 'IN ORIGINAL
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i ELBERT EDWARDS AT PARK AVE.
Larry McWUItams a student at LOCATION
PERRY, FLA. Hinds Junior C'olit'1land a college

Call W. G. RUTHERFORD, IIU friend Buddy PitTman of Jaddua.I with aBEAUTIFUL f

LTIT14 3-2578, Madison, Fla. for information I M4&; pent the spring holldas
: !: and delivery .: here with Larry's p; .:ants, Mr and: EASTER "
.I Mr? cT_ Mt\\"*.1 I:_.*n.s.I SELECTION QF CLOTHING
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Featuring high styling and ease of handling, Fords news i I
',Falcon Ranchero offers 6-foot box and a payload capacity Dr and Mrs D A McKinnon, of 9 H
of 800 pounds. Optional equipment offered with the vehicle Albuquerque N. M, who attended ". for aged. .
I Includes radio and automatic transmission.The the National Medical Associationin
Falcon Ranchero trill ro on sale In Ford dealerships !
New Orleans are in Florida BOYS AND GIRLS THRU 12 YEARS
nation later this month. CHILDREN-
the
across.. ',.
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McKinnon k visiting his mother. Reasonable Prices-Come Visit

SALE SILVER DOLLAR STORY I* Easter CandiesPANCnURN'SBBLLE Mrs D A McKinnon Sr, at Mart-

anna and Mrs McKinnon arrived IRENE'S TOTS TO TEENS
': James Sale, local Western Auto ,
CAMP Tuesday for a visit with her mother I
owner Is giving away this weekend -|
Mrs M L Walker. She will remain
I all the silver dollars you can: I dIG BaIt Park Ave. Valdosta, Ga.
Smith Drug Store until Friday when she will join
scoop up with two hands. To be ..&. s_ ..
.. her husband to return to Albuquerque -.... .- -
eligible to do the scooping all you ---- I --..
GO TO CENTRAL AMERICARev HAVE YOUREMEMBERED in'
Giant Jumbo Hamburgers
have to do is buy a Maytag ap I.
ad O'Neill McCullough and MissEva F G-in bun 40c.WHITE 1956 Ford
pliance. See Western Auto's big Pickup
McCuliough left Sunday to accompany
I 1 in this Issue. the Indian maid who had Termites SwarmingBurkeExterminating ? TOP DRIVE-IN: .
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attended the children of Rev and' CALL -- -- -- -- moves like new; was
n Mrs M WMtor will leave Tuesday -
Mrs McCuliough during Mrs )10ullough' ;
1956 Chevrolet 4 dr, 6 illness back to her homeat r for Gadsden Ala., where'she ti
\ El Salvador, C A. The trip will ',will attend the ueddir* of hergranddaughter. $995 now $795
i tike weeks. Mrs A II I MM: Diane Rails to I
cyl. with l heater about two
; was Hemphill and Miss Lucille McCulIcugh Co. I Mr Rod Adams an event to take, HARDEE MOTOR CO.
will have the care of the CRIPPUD ICHILDRU'; I pate Saturday. April 9th in the

$995. now $895 three small sons' of Rev McCul- Phone 2JB-J Perry. Florida _.. -- Methodist church there -....----
lough in their father's ab'?ncc. # '

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REGULAR $6.50 PERMANENT WAVES $5-00 :,(
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S REGULAR 8.50 PERMANENT WAVES $TAD 0' ,
REGULAR $10.00 PERMANENT WAVES $8.5Q.
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Dale Carnegie course. The Madison KEEP UP WITH POLITICS Arf ----'---------------...-. VOTE FOR ,
j)&Carnegie Course I JaydFes, who successfully sponsored! IN THE E-R f Easter
11\\0 preceding Date Carnegie courses' ------ esPANGBURN"SBELLE Lamar AndrewsFOR
;[0"BlGiTei Here Kre in recent years, arc sponsoring able them to be more active in
I I this course.Both 11 chic and church work and to speak I CAMP I ICOUNn"
men and women take the with more force and conviction to I
Saturday April 2 Robert II Wilson representative: course and loam to overcome fearsand Individuals and group In addition. Smith Drug Store COMMISSIONERDistrict
DOUBLE MATURE of the Dale Camcge: course is now i I I generate conCdence in them- a part of the course is devoted to: Three-Madison County
KA PARISIENXE. in Ted n'aolor. I working in Madison to form a third'.}I RITes and others. The/oour a enI -, improvement of memory. I (Paid Political Ad..U.
starring Brigitte Bardot. Charles: ::.:. -. -- -
Boyer. She was considered a bratA I I
daring and delightful story Royal
adventure of intrigue-and misunderstanding ''
between father and
daughter. ALL THE

TEN SECONDS TO HELL, star ", \
ring Jeff Cbaadler, Jack Palance ,
Martine Carol. Two men pit their ,.
steel nerves against( ,,a live bomb. ,
In ten aecr+1'. thousands: would be -A '
blown to b:if, Twofmen who had I SILVER DOLLAR t :
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only one thine in common the = ,
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same girl loon.SundayMorday.:; "
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\ nnd NEVER mctroco'or.. SO'P.>Ann 1V rlarring,;!in 3,cnemaScope:4 Frank I _.J .- -ii YOU CAN SCOOP -UP : < ,

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Sinatra Gina Lollobrigida. Never -' t"
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have so many been so grateful to 0 WITH BOTH HANDS !
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so few. How disobeyed army regulations 1". .. '
holpod to win the battle. W" ,,",:: :' J :;.i!.;: .; : WITH THE PURCHASE OF ANY '. '
Lcve awl wnr in the strange,: surroundings ... '..:'.,,,: \ l
of Indian battles.. Cartoon l'. .:I>!: .> ,, "
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MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT, .star /taP9r1P
ring Kim Novaek. Fredric Harsh. A
romance of socially shocking pro :
portions. A May-December affair
full n: 10\(,'' joys and heartbreaks.A ,
Broadway hit.-.even greater on
the creen. They dared to love
a&amt the wishes! of their families.
Cartoon. WASIIERor DRYER!

Thursday-Fr '
DOUBLE FEATURE, '
JACK Tile! RIPPHtf, starring Lee :
Patterson, Eddie Byrne. _

PRIDE OF THE BLUE GRASS.In nd-
Technicolor, starring Lloyd I.: FRIDAY !
Bridge, Vera 'Miles. A story about !
a race horse and a couple of people
in love who didn't know It. Actionon
a fast track. Cartoon.


JIM'S GOOHYEAU,BAY STATION TIRES APRIL1AND2 1

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-, U. S. 90 EAST. MADISON -
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The Grand Jury recessed Wednesday .
after bringing in a number. of
true bills, as follows: -- I '
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John Rowland, possession' of mash.
Plead guilty and placed on three ,1'\' ; ,
years probation.: /1'I WASHER : .
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Julia Jackson, possession of ;
GearanteedRusIroof! .
Thursday lottery devices., March Case 31st.set for trial ;. ; :
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Clifton IIrooks, larceny of motor ', i" ;
vehicle. Plead guilty. ,
Famous Gyrafoam f .
Ulysses McDaniel, non-support of
minor children. Plead guilty. Placed by Full 10-lb.] Capacity

Oi three years probation and Washing ActionAndMaytag
ordered to pay $7.50'l'Ckl)' for
support. maylag lint Filter Tub ,: '
Also a' number of other true De5year
bills, defendants being at large.
.. Xo bills 'were reported in cases Warranty"
of George Bess, Joe Branch and : pendabiIify. '
Sally Mae McDonald.
Case of Corbett Nobles charged
with possession of still, was set for


Church Friday Tht WMU.April will of 1st.meet the Monday First' Boptlst at' 3 ., ? LESS HOW MANY SILVER DOLLARS 1. .


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low J mileage demo; was -


$2195 now $1895

:: HARDEE MOTOR CO. + '\WRINGER AS lIE RS ALSO



t ,. t. NOTICE FINAL MAKE APPLICATION DISCHARGE OF INTENTION FOR TO SALE PRICED \ Dry faster, safer and cost less to 0


1 Florida-StatutesIN operate. Save with silver dollars.


.. JUDGE.STATE COURT OF MADISON FLORIDA.OF THE COUNTY COUNTY I EASY TERMS ,i Electric, Gas and No-Vent ModelsWESTERN

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In re the Estate of W C Prince] .
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Deceased. In Probate.TO -
ALL WHOM IT MAY CON.'
CERN:
Notice Is hereby given that G W S
Harmony has,.filed his final A
report"as Administrator of the es- JAMES SALE
tate of W C Prince, deceased; that :
he has flIed his petition for final Sr SEZ-
discharge arid that be will apply to AUTO
the Honorable Curtis D Earp, County
Judge of Madison County.Floridaon NOW
the 25th day of April i960!
for approval of same and for final
,,. "- discharge ac Administrator' of the =5 Is the time to buy your NEW
estate of W C Prince deceased.
This 23rd day of March. 1960. MAYTAG1
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.. G. W HARMONY\ k MADISON I
Administrator of the estate of
!! Phone HU 3-2385 Madison Fla.
\V C Prince, deceased. and you know our Son ce ,


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