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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: May 20, 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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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note: Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. LLX No. 38 Return Postage Guaranteed FRIDAY, MAY 20th. isw Mdl a, ntdk price Ifc Yearly Subscription $3.75; Delayed Renewals 4.00

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Charlie KIll COOT u WILLIAMS.:...- DEAD
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I j jCharlle ,C L (Coot) Williams, well known The Voters t
WithBanJ druggist'died this Thursday afternoon
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at 3 o'clock in the local hospital Madison County FloridaOn r
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Funeral arrangement will

'be announced Funeral ,
1 by Beggs
On May 17 1960 my opponent
'HomeToTfceDei&cratic. made an announcement by of
way 1
,' --- --- WMA*? Radio>> Madison, that I was I
!| defeated in my: home district. II
I Ij f PLEiSE check the official count I
cf Vat js, andyou will see the
j j VotersM&&soII I number, ba.beard me use
I ( MJ the Radio and our local CountyPxgerif ..s
CoaiysrMar Correct. t
8 4 In my home district which Is a Tk
-Triends, time Is drawingnigh for composed of HIckstown and Greenville
our second primary '.I want to say Precincts; the Voters gave
|t has been !pi pleasure ,isfU1Ui Grover C Cone 367 Votes to 181
you in your homes .and plates of rt for my runoff opponent. p p btr
business. I have enjoyed' every DISTRIBUTOR After doing this then you make

minute of It. up your mind If I was defeated In .

I urge every one of you to go to I J. P. JOHNSON, owner .of Yellow toy home District No. .3. ';:..
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your respective voting places and i Pine Truck Stop maintains one of Sincerely, .;'.i
vote next Tuesday, 'May 24 and II the largest stocks of GOODYEAR GROVER C. CONK '" -.to

earnestly solicit your Tote and sup Tines In this area. He sells both NEW GREEN STAMP ,.; ;
pub wholesale and retail. The truck stop \
IDEABOOK DISTRIBUTEDW
.Knox will be featured as To those who supported me In the I Is open 24 hours a day. ;iJEn .
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Florida .:t.
first I solicit- their continued Stange, Tallahassee
primary, """
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:guest sololstvwith the Madison High 'v.'J: J. f _
:School Band Friday May 20 in the support. GETS FRESHMAN AWARD branch manager of the Sperry and
high school auditorium. Mr Knox To those who did not support Hutchinson Company, announced Elementary Queen DIANE HANCOCK and King
vwJIJ display his virtuosity on the me in the first primary, I have Miss Mary Ruth Kramer, studentat distribution here of .the new 1960 ..RANDY-MIGKLER pose with Maid Honor'FLORENCE I
glockenspiel accompanied by .the' nothing but good will towards them the Unh= tsIi), of Georgia, hasbeen SAH Green Stamp Ideabook reported COODY and KEN WALKER (E-R photo) .
and ask for their support May 24th. to be the largest single edition
band. The public is invited to attend i awarded the Htilel Organization's
The overwhelming endorsementthe in business history. PARTICIPATE IN FIELD DAY
this which will '
concert feature outstanding Freshman
VOTE FOR
a variety of instrumental and vocal I' voters of my home district No. 3gave Initial printing order of this .
award. catalog is 30 million copies, Mr .. .
music by the high school band, Jr me Is proof that my home .. -.; JI. -
said. Of the than 1500
district is with Slange more
high band and the high school glee me. .
Lamar Andrews
The vote in borne district Hems offered for redemption to next Tuesday.
is under my
dub The entire concert
tic direction of Mr Frank Fansler. which is composed: of Ittckstown and Miss Jean'sKindergarten S & H Green Stamp savers, a Members of Explorer Post 606 of He will take a countywide view of
(adv't) Greenville precinct was as follows: record number of 1,000 is shown in :Madison participated in the Jubilee our problems if elected County
SG7 for GROVER C CONE and Xv the catalog's 100 pages. Nearly half Year Field Day for Explorer Scoutsat Commissioner.Paid .
181 for my tua-off opponent 1e of this merchandise are new add. the Air Force Base in Bainbridge ( political advertisement!
I pledge to continue to serve you'! Enrollment now open'tor children I tinnf, Mr Stange stated. Among Ga. Saturday, May 14th. A
Piau Recital In an honest, efficient and courteous in MASS Jean's Kindergarten. Please the many items listed are a number full program of field events as RADIO MONTH CONTEST
manner to .the best of my abilityit I' call Mrs W T Coody, Phone HU of products made by manufacturers wen as aquatic events were sche
--- you 're-elect me j 3-6413. 38-lt-ch :in. this State and distributed doled/ along with a flight in an Valuable prizes will be awardedby
"Mrs J P Morrow will present her For more and better roads, a through more than 625 S&H Green Air Force C-47 Transport Plane. WMAF to the winner of the
classes in Piano recital at Metho progressive, economical adralnistra Stamp Redemption Centers across The trip was highlighted with a National Radio Month Contest which
dlst Fellowship Hall. Thursday, May ton of our county's affairs and To The People if the nation, buffet supper and dance at the is In progress now. The winner will
Sf.th, and Friday May 27th. at 8o'clock continued cooperation with other Fettered in its pages are room Officer Club. Each Explorer was receive a cottage1 for up to four
in the evening. Board members and officials for r Madison<< settings: from five American homes, presented with a special Jubilee people for seven fun-filled days at
The public Is invited to both. per. the beat interest of every section of Comity with comments on rooms and selection Year Field Day Patch for his Fontana Village in the "Smokies'
"fOnnan L (adv't) Madison County. of home furnishings by Dorothy uniform. Explorers from the entire of North Carolina or Ellinor Village
Ask'OUr neighbor about my As the political- Draper, noted designer. Suwannee River Area Council par near Daytona on Florida's East
campaign now ticipated in this annual affair, Coast If for any reason the winnercan
record Mr Stange noted that 15 million
as a Board member, and draw
to
dose.
a I wish
G S.gC.iert a citizen if you have any doubt thank lor the again to pounds of paper were used to pro- which this year emphasized the 50th not take advantage of the cottage .
you courtesies
many he or'she will be
/ about GROVER C CONE I urge you have shown me and for the dodng the record-breaking catalog.: anniversary of Scouting.Transportation given a
you to vote next Tuesday, May 24th, fine vote you gave me in the first Stacked one on top of the other to and from the beautiful channelmaster transistor
A Gospel Song Concert will beheld and re-elect GROVER C CONE, primary, enabling me to lead the the catalogs, he said would stand field day was provided by Mrs Bill Portable Radio 'as an alternate
prize. For further details about this
at the Pinetta School. Pinetta ,County Commissioner. District 3. ticket in the County Commissianer more than 200 times higher; than I Mack Hendry Mrs: Arnie Medders.
Tla. Saturday, May 21st at 8 p. m. Sincerely, District Three race.I the Empire State Building, Mr Al Hughes, and Mr and Mrs Al exciting contest listen to WMAF
Featuring the Williams Quartet of GROVER C CONEPaid have! enjoyed meeting and talking The current '.catalog: : our Com i FIorL Explorers who attended were. or Call TEXAS BOB at HU 36333.

Jacksonville, Fla the program will ( political advertisement) with yon and If I have failed pany's 65th and largest indicates: I Billy Bunting Rick Milliner, Billy 374t-ch
Include one hour and a half of old ta see anyone, please take this the growth of our business** Mr i WDl1at Freddy Hughes Butch
and new quartet song MEN'S 'CLUB ELECTS OFFICERS little note as a friendly request for Stange noted. It Is being made i Baker Steven Wlatt. Johnnie Williams DANGER ,
Hear hymns of praise sung by this yflor vote and support in the ejection available to 27 million families-almost Duane West. Buddy McChesney -
soul in- half the families in the USA r Wayne Keith Roy Dan Burn.
;young. group presented In a Harry Culin was elected presidentof next Tuesday.
spring manner. the Methodist Men's dub Tues- If you elect me your Commissioner. -who now save SAH Green Stamps ette and Mr Al Flora Advisor. Following the fogging machine Is
The program is sponsored by the day evening at the monthly supper I am determined to be a distributed nationally by more than i Several of the young men brought dangerous for at least two reasons:
Tinetta School and the Madison meeting at 'Fellowship Hall. Turner real County Commissioner one for 70,000 merchants." dates for the trip. first the chemicals are in a con
County Singing Convention. Davis was chosen vice president the whole county, and I will cooperate Post 606 was awarded the 50th i centrated: form as they leave the
Admission Free.. The public if A G Herring treasurer and Otis with other eo-"It Toners ROTARY CLUB AnnIversary Year Achievement I machine; and secondly, there is a
invited. (advt) Hodnett secretary. you have chosen in working for The North Florida Junior College Award for completion of a program serious traffic hazard created' by. ....
The Club was entertained with a you and your Interests and In Glee Cub entertained the Rotary which Included participation in at the fog 1--
BAD TOLZ. Germany .CAHTNC) tape recorded talk by .Jerome .park ..building an even better and finer Chtif with a delightful program least eight athletic events get out Kindly doan you can to/prerent
-Sfit Ola Williamsgraduated: from on the work: of the CFO (Camp Madison county. ". Wednesday. Among the numbers the rote campaign doubling the I children from running rldmff or;
the Seventh Army Non-Cammis- Farthest Out). The topic was Once again I ask you to Join hinext glen were the Marching Song from post membership and civic service. following behind themachine- any
aloned Officer Academ/' April ;27 Russia, and was introduced by Mrs Tuesday and by ):your rotes Student Prince. Tumbling Tumble This is the first such award to be I way whatsoever: and If you are
Paul Touchton.The T Andrews County weed a Spanish number Granada, and the driving, use extra caution when near
In Bad To1 ; ; ., make mar your made in Tridlla District
%. Germany Sergeant '
spiritual. Set Down Servant, and the fogging machine.Let's .
WUna : a
Phillips Circle serveda Commissioner from District 3-
the streamer
"Williams will be
Post given
received four weeks" of all to .
delicious supper of baked ham,' Sincerely and faithfully several iuartet and trio numbers. work, together prevent
refresher training in map reading, % Visitors were Claymore Sennit for its flag in formal ceremonies in
string beansu salad sour cream. 'i XAMAR ANDREWS. t. accidents.CXTY
wombat tactics and r Ieade&iIP.wl cake .and. tea. F V:,(Paid' political advertisement) ktr and Dr Robert Kennedy. the near future. '. OF MADISON

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The find annual Tot" Williams 'rr HABIT .

invitational 'golf tournament held at "' f (JF.cu..o:I Hf 0" T1.!. is.1aL D.y. ..Ts. ... lite ... t .
the Madison Country Club was completed I DE SHELLS :'

Sunday Afternoon when 1= H.w TE R MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN '
Downing Gray, Jr, a member of SEIr01 .. SUN
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extra hole with In Frank a 'sudden Malara of death"playoff FSU. ". BRIAMFtSMItMA Vigil-- P OuN D oR MORE, AM AM PM AM AM PM PM PM

Gray & Malara finished the regulation CoMt.1OltLY CAUCSHT .
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THE
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36 hole medal play with 137 WORM Bock! .r the Fish I.tt.r the Day for fishln gDURING '
strokes each. Gray had a 70-67, USUALLY
h Malara a 6869. Gray holed out
a birdie>> 3 on the 18th hole of the APRIL, l

Tart round to tie for first place as MAY,
Malara missed a birdie by inches. I
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Par for the course is 70. KOWARD3TUOSTaL
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team was the medalist Saturday
with a'68. However, the best Dun-
lip could do Sunday was a 73, and
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finished with 14L pryan Bergeron, I limhpr Company
another FSU golfer was runnerupto
the first place tie with a'69-70. t OONTRACTING ON SMALL AND BIG REPAIR JOBS, ..
and a total of 139.
The tournament field consisted oft REMODELING AND REPAINTING, & NEW CONSTRUCT1O.V. a
c) amateur golfers, including 1 'RtOlll HU 3-6106 '
members of the FSU golf team. LET US HELP YOU ARRANGE FINANCING.

Individual results next week .

JOINT SERVICE OF NFJC CHORUS GIVES SERIES Termites Swaroag? I

RCLIGIOU3 Music,: OF PERFORMANCESThe
CALL
A community program of religious 40-voice Chorus from North
music will be presented-at the'First Florida Junior College under the l Burke
Baptist church next Sunday night. direction of Mr Robert A Kennedy, PEOPLE
May 22 at 7:30 by the choirs of Instructor of Music at NFJC, has Ext Ct. '4. TO THE GOOD
the Methodist, Baptist, and Presbyterian been much in demand these last *
churches in addition to the few weeks of the Spring Semesterand Phone, 293-J Perry, Florida
' Madison Community chorus and the all indications are that its

NFJC chorus. members will not get to relax: until BIRTHDAY PARTY OF ,' .0....
The is after the NFJC baccalaureate service
public cordially invited to ".....
will be held Sunday
attend free of charge. which -
May 29, at 2:30 p. m. In the First Mrs Herbert Fulford of Greenvilleentertained ,I
APPARENT LOW BIDDER Baptist church In Madison. I at her home, Thursday
afternoon, May 12 complimenting MADISON : :'.
AUTO, BICYCLE ACCIDENTMike her twin sons, Jimmy and Timmy
Patterson & Wilder Construction( I
on their fourth birthday. About 20
Co. of Blrmlnghanj, Ala was the little friends Informally .t -tltJ' ,
enjoyed playing ..
.. Paterson 12,'ycar-old soijof : 'k.
apparent low bidder on the installation on the lawn .. w' :4'.
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of the City of Madison natural Frank Patersoniw:%hospitalized The-' Identical cakes were frosted +
tau distribution system Bid was for. injuries re<:#hViftfcwneii' U4 In'wt te and'held four tiny yellow I O'crNTY.J. '
192274. bicycle he was xldhtg vas: struckby and green sailboats with candles C
Bids were opened Tuesday.'There a Mercury automobile' driven by for smokestacks. Ruffles of green
were ,nine bidders, dna. the low bid Mahlon Matheny, at the intersection encircled. the cakes which were in
rows tome nine thousand dollars of Base and Orange streets about the parlor, where the boys opened" -: .
under the next lower bid. 8 p. m. Tuesday. Visibility, due to their many gifts. .
The revenue certificates for thework dense fog, was a factor in the. Cup cakes Iced In yellow and \
will be sold May 31st accident. no charges were made. green, Ice cream and cold drinks .
The boy suffered a slight con were served by Miss Carolyn Ful Dear Friends:

Miss Louise Johnson of Jacksonville cussion, bruises and cuts on his ford, sister of the boys and Miss First, let me thank you for your many kind words of encouragement during this
was the week end guest of, bead and legs lie was not con'aidered Nancy Harper. Favors were birthday campaign. Many of you I. have met for the first time but I can assure you that
llr be
and faces will ever
was"accompanied home by her i Mrs Fulford was assisted In enter.uln1nc your names
mother, Mrs Ida Johnson, who spent I BUYS STORE by her mother, :Mrs E M Judge Adams has made the 7 Counties which make up the Third Circuit, a good

Ian week here with the McArthurs. Fred Dasher last Friday bought Page Sr, end Mrs Donald Laney. Circuit Judge for 35 years. He is now seeking an additional 6-year term, or a
Guests Sunday of the McArthurs I Otis Pea')"*. grocery store on the total of 41 years He has been well rewarded for all of his efforts and has earned
were Mr and Mrs R A McArthur corner of Rutledge& Harry streets. BIRTHDAY PARTY the right to retire on a salary of not less than $750.00 per month. His family are
of Panama
City .
all and this money should be more than adequate for his needs. In retiring,
Bill Richter has recently joined Sandy Sanderson, son of Mr and grown still handle cases in the Circuit Court; thatIs
wishes to
he is if he
: For FREE ted Gas the St :Mary's Craft Paper Co. Mrs Bud Sanderson, had his sixth he privileged be ,called at time. Judge Adams may retire, irrespective of the
any
force in :Madison County. lie was birthday party Tuesday at Miss may
formerly connected with the Forestry Jean's- Kindergarten Sandy's mother outcome of the election of May 24th.

installation, SIgn up l Department at Brooksrille. Mr and grandmother Mrs Otis lIodI I am approximately the same age as Judge Adams was when he was first appointed -
Richter and son Larry nett and Mrs Jean Coody entertained -
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I And :Mrs and experience as a
I have had more legal training more
NOW! <" have moved Into the Irey home on I the small guests with games. Circuit Judge;
Route 3, Greenville I Jim andat Bland enjoyed the I lawyer than he had when he was appointed Circuit Judge.I .

f party with the Kindergarten kid know that it was pleasing to jny friends that in the areas where I am best
dies. The delicious caramel birthday
I known the voters favored my race.
cake was decorated with chocolate
animals and was topped with six In Madison County where I was born and where my father and mother still
I- UON r candles. Favors' were caps masks, live I led the ticket in the Judge's race; in Columbia County where I now live with

BRAND FREE FLOWING whistles, ice and cream cups and of suckers nuts. were Cupcakes my'wife and 6 children, and. where I practice law, I likewise led the ticket in
the Judge's
race.
nice
erred. Sandy received lots of

AMMONIUM LION! gifts The office of Circuit Judge Is very important. In this office we need a strong.

w aggrcsive; alert, Intelligent honest, conscientious person skilled in the law. We needa
NITRATE Prided The Henry T (Ted) Wild famlJr. man who will be impartial, kind and considerate and understanding of people's
Mr and 1.traVUUs., baby Teddie, problems. I these qualities and I have the physical strength and the
FERTILIZER and Mrs Willis mother, Mrs Cary possess
AMMONIUM Owens, left Wednesday to make strength of character to make you a good Circuit JudgeA

The low-cost solid nitrogen fertilizer Birmingham Ala.. their home. Mr majority of you in the Counties which make up the Third' Judicial Circuit

GUARANTEED 33.5% Nitrogen NITRATE Willis expects to continue operation on May 3rd voted that Judge Adams should retire. The. Constitution of the State of
.f nf Willis Recording Studios, and
GUARANTEED to flow freely-not : Mrs Willis, who had been connected Florida requires:

,for just a year, but until used- (j FERTILIZER with the -local hospital as RETIREMENT, SUSPENSION AND REMOVAL OF JUDGES'
when you follow storage directions T technician will be technician with Article 5SECTION '

on the bag''s... '' r Highlands Hospital. Birmingham. 17. Notwithstanding the provisions of this Article.
many
The Willis family hate
relating to terms of office:
friends here who will regret to (1) All justices and judges shall automatically retire at age 70'
learn they are leaving.
I I The provision for automatic retirement in Section 17'
\ c =>o- rf"r HWMMA It also provides Section 26 (13)
of this Article does not apply to any person now holding office.
Gwdyear Tires $12J5 Judge Adams for many years, has been above the age of 70, and if elected to
.' the term he is now seeking, will be above the age of 80 at the end of the ternu
uJiM. VICKERSIMPLEMENT 670 x 15, Rather, tub.-tjpa, With all deference and respect to Judge Adams I would like to solicit the vote

I plus tax and recappable tire. and support of each of you as Circuit Judge, May 24th.
Sincerely,

rAp CO. INC.FLORIDfi. MESSER SAMUEL S. SMITH


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FRIDAY, MAY 20th, I960. THE ENTERTRISEJlEOOKPg*.-:MADBOf,t FLORIDA; PAGE THREE" ;

WILL M.CA5ON .
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r. p"ISEI.AT LAKE CITY I On May 24th Vote for .Jt -

\1ro +I Funeral services r for MRS. J. O'NEAL MARY. COX .: A
Willie 11 '
; ". Cason of Madlapn will be held at :2 Candidate for '
t u. A EOt I p. m. Sunday, at the Jit Zion AME s DEMOCRATICNATIONAL "
Church with the pastor of ,the: COMMITTEEWOMAN '.
church: officiating. Burial win be'I
Wfc will Jon
flfht
I In Oak Ridge cemetery under the
L Sm&tm D.n ocral ta be hard fa.
direction
of
: Tillman '
and James. liediedJday
national party aflaJri. ,
; ST4I7r I t I' 15, In Lake City, at thetateran's I, n. mater el .National CaataMa' Foul '
I hospital He was born In.I' BotJ.r from Dcatocrotie Pant*..,
Madison County and lad tlve4 here 2. n. cn.M.ef Stat*MUflht
r J. aH his life. lie was a' -veteran of I III il\k\ > PO. POL. ADV. ay COX
II World. War 1, and was well known, j
r I In business. He Is being remembered For his or her graduation, it'a ,
.. ,!I for Ids friendliness and helpfulness,Hamburg[ Universalist :
by fir family receiving many
I !i..messages of condolence from hismany I -
Ij 9 friends lie leaves to mourn:Church Meeting Sunday
4 r'I
j his passing his .wife Nettle B I E .,
Cason one daughter Margaret ,
STATE SEN. TOM ADAMS Cason Ward one son Tom Cason, A meeting-will be held at Ham-
o i three grandchildren one great bur; Unlversalkt church Sunday,
W Who>> spoke here Saturday in behalfof Stand child six brothers, onesister
s ? 22nd 11
I May to begin at a. m. Dr John E Sands, Dean of North:
his candidacy for Secretary of and a host of other relathres and
; Dinner served on the grounds atnoon Florida Junior College, and Mrs
,
sorrowing friends.
State.
IncursAfternoon Helen Bowen, Head Librarian at
program opens at 2:00 NFJC will attend a statewide
I THEWEA1HER i Mr andJMn A L Hughes had as p.m.. I meeting of librarians and administrative ..
: their week end guest Mrs dyattBroward REV L C PRATER Pastor will I I officers at Florida State
I of JacbomiUe.j j'I preach. Everybody Welcome.. 38-1 t-pd University._ May 20 and 21.
Week ending May 17th 1960 -
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Thursday Friday Wednesday 73 79 72 54 65 48 .00.01.00 Biggest tire news to :.: .

Saturday 90 56 .00 .I.. i : V
Sunday 85 53 .CK
Monday 88 58 .(X. # : r.,rI4 :

IIIr Tuesday TOTAL 89 60 -.01.00 : hit town in years S HE


Rainfall week ending May 14th .
A'lad is never too at Gibson Tower 0.50 In, Lovet .
young to learn that SAVING Tower 0.40 In, Andlla Tower, 3L30 .
makes the difference between wishing In, Sinclair :Tower 1.00 in. Madison. V

and having and (equally important) forestry headquarters 1,30 in. GOODIAR
Sun rises May 20th S&S am, sets
that money can't GROW in a piggy bank! Open
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his own savings account for him here. Give him 7:25 pmMoon ,
rises May 20th 2:45 am.
the thrill of seeing his money earn :MORE Moon in constellation of Pisces '
money for him at our generous interest rate! May 20th. 1:

Jiftb tide May 20th at SL )I arkslight 1 < > ;
10:51 am. .
Fhri ,INk at ; .
VNI aiWTCNM9fB ra HONORED ON tSth BIRTHDAY; ii I Jfel Hr Jlijp. IpP

Member Federal Deposit Insurance CorporationAnd ;
Florida National Group of Banks Saturday evening May 14, fifty
relatives .and friends met at the AT LOWEST PRICES IN HISTORY ; .i 4 ,
FJ HUNK YOU LATEST IHTS country home of Mr and 'Mrs Jesse .
Hughey to hooor Mrs Mary Warren ,
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within surprise birthday cuprson -
And thank you again. s> her 85th birthday. : .' t

I Just don know words to express ;Aunt Mary, as she is affectionately :;. i V
my grateful feelings form th| 'called by aU who know here

good old vote I received for L P tAl&UMS, SPIRITUALS was'''caught completely by surprise, 3-T ALL L ;,
County Commissioner In District as all joined in singing Nappy I -iWEATHER ,

5, May 3rd. And I also want you Skk Dreg Sure Birthday u they gathered around 'I
all to know I really and truly do the heavily laden table on the AT A ROCK IOTTOM
certainly feel good toward every MADISON, FLORIDAMr lawn. Mr and Mrs Hughey and 4
body as a whole for the kindness those assisting with entertaining

shown me during my campaign, and Mrs L B Welch Jr and, left nothing undone in providing
and I hold no malice toward any two boys Greg and Gary, of Day, fellowship fun and feasting for :

one.I. tona Beach were called home last. their guests, from fish and hush- 95
am just sorry I did not get week to see Burton's father, Mr L I puppies and chicken pilau with all
the privilege to show the good B Welch who continues ilL the trimmings to the huge birth- I t

people of Madison county the serVice -x- day cake topped with the lettering,,
Mrs S II Moore spent the week.
I believe with all my heart Happy Birthday Aunt Mary ..
and mind to be in the end in Atlanta with her soninlaw ,
store for At a late hour all departed 6.10x15,6todwoll
people. I still solicit your prayers. and daughter, Mr and Mrs wishing for Aunt Mary many more ,.. ..
Since the votes are gone let's Buck Roberts. happy year; and thanks to Jesse tvbt-typt ."11' ;',"
all hold together and help movingon and Doris for a lovely evening at t
for a better Madison County. G-E Appliances their Lodge.BUNTING ,
Your old neighbor, <'.,
f GARY PHILLIPS Howertea Supply Co. FAMILY REUNIONAT '
37-21-pd NEW SMYRNA BEACH t

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family held an enjoyable reunion 41 .
Sunday in New Smyrna Beach t
when the brothers and sisters and J Terrific Value < r jJ'

BIGANNIVERSARY their families and connections
7.50x14 size TUBELESS
went to be with Mrs C G OXell,
the former Miss Elizabeth Banting i r

; of Madison. V//> For E;
Attending were Mr and Mrs 1t f I late $
-SALE Bunting Jr and their son-in-law and 1595 )
model ..
daughter, Mr and Mrs Carlton Bur li

nett and Mr and Mrs J L Buntingand cars J' ,
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'ON JULY 2,1960 .,sons Jimmy and Billy, all of OJ

o Madison; Mrs If T Howell of Center Not just another of those "100% NYLON" tires-this u Goodyear 3-T .> :
hill; Mrs John Carver of Ft .
Free 0 Free 0 Free Pierce; Mr and Mrs W E Buntingof TRIPLE-TEMPERED NYLON NYLON at its very best For extra : ,,>;>

I. Quitman; Mrs II T Brown of :strength, safety and value, get this new 3-T Nylon All-Weather. Its the low ,

; .. BICYCLES Boston, Ga; and Mrs R V Chapman priced Nylon tire you can trust. "
of Starke. Mr and Mrs Bobby .
Bunting of Lakeland were the only ; AU SIZES AU TOP YAWLS

2 5-TUBE RAMOS i members of the immediate family ,,;: ,.,,r Tested sad proved Tae Bbckwa11 Whitewall
I who could not attend.Dr CIa Coodleu's Smile SUe Tube. Tube
J T rDe TyJC.
AND OTHER PRIZES '* oval track at Saa
6.70 U $13.9S 111..50IoTaM.hue
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and Mrs J M DuRant had as
One priZe'only per family. See us for further information. Must .:weekend guests for the Golf '.L 7.IOK15 i 15.9S 194eoatiarort ? ...
high 1.601 IS 17.9S 21.9S
be present to win. Tournament, Dr and Mr Jack speeds cast btattained 6.00x16 13.9' -

Lindner of Ocala -I Bbdwa1& Tubeksr'WhitewallTubricmr .

134/4 .15.95 tI9.%?
Fir Quality Fanfare ., .
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STATION FUX>R COVERING f'- YELLOW PINE

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Notice To BiddersThe N ,
If you want customers every

week in' your store, tell 'em

about it m an E-R ad every
Board of Public Instruction-of
Madison County Florida will receive week.
sealed bids to the Board Room of
*i>. .aid Board County Courthouse, which
per set must be returned ten
A S.re.Yeve
frjJjg)4 V..M...L.crt M...Doctor.. Smrty*!u.dda.sad: uw. Madison Florida, for famishing of or more days prior to bid opening in. .
"- .n Medical AlMdarEtECrRJCnT --. all labor and materials to construct: order to receive a refund. General J)

CAN DLL Classroom Building contractors may obtain additional i
Suwannee Hirer Junior GaRege complete sets at $20 per set under / Etetttkitjr ku beta a boon to (Phase I) the same conditions of refund as

: many mutkiod peooie erea, There though it vast it kill f.*- Madison Florida set forth above for General Con 1

: ., dtutml electrification aj well Bids for the project will be retched tractors. Additional drawings may
sM electrified homes and office until 9:00 a. UL, June J, be procured through the Architect
Electricity it a form of energy I960 at which time they will be by Contractors and Material Deal-
(.r COLLEGE or High School Girl M str }:; Ka .tree u H*htninf u4 artificially publicly opened and read in the era upon payment of cost of repro-
.;:.. produced hi the form of electric Board Room. County Courthouse duction, which will not be refund-

%JtjTUSSYf' DOROTHY GRAY, COTY COMPACTS of current electric The action primary M! that principle the Madison Drawings Florida., Specifications General able.A.certified or cashier's check, or

electrical ebarge-whetberlight- Conditions Instructions to Bidders' bid bond executed
In a
"" proper ,
V FAMOUS BRANDS COLOGNES REG $2. ning or aa artificially produced
electric tecks and Form of Proposal may be obtained I sum not less than* % of base bid.
correct- to groundor
$ discharge itself into the earth. from the Office of the Architect payable to the Board of Public
r' TUSSY, CHANEL NO. 5, MY-SIN \ When the human body is so Emil G. Ball, 6208 Arlington Instruction must accompany each
placed at to become a part of Road Jacksonville 11 Florida and proposal as a guarantee that the-
y ARPEGE, WHITE SHOULDERS the path of electricity between all bids made in accordance there Bidder will promptly enter into
two poles of different potential. I
then the result be shock with. agreement to do the work and furnish
BLUE GRASS SORTILEGE may or I
: death. Shock and Immediate General contractors may obtain S a performance bond in the sum
"* electrocution are the two major two sets of drawings and specificatIons of 100% of the contract Each
EVENING IN PARIS malts in electrical accidents. by making a $-tO deposit! for proposal I when submitted must beclearly -
The consequences of electrical this project which will be refundedto
r f', accident also include ll. marked on the cover with
may damaging
effects on the heart and those firms making bona fide the Bidder's name and the. name-
EVENING' IN PARIS SETS. 'COSTUME JEWELRY serroas system and born,. bids when drawings and specifications of the project. The* Board reserves -
# Ii t .. / ;"_ .t. I Emergency treatment of' shock are returned In good condi- the right to reject any or
i in electrical accident consists of tion. General contractors not submitting all bids, and to waive any informalities. -

far COLLEGE or High School Boy ", ,immediate artificial application respiration of sometimes efficient a bona fide bid must re- '
required for a considerable turn the drawings and specification THE BOARD OF); PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
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..time. IB any case of severe el<<- ten or more days before the date set MADISON COUNTY"FLORIDA.
., OLD:jSPICE SHAVE LOTION,TALCUM,TOILET SETS tric shock a physician should for receiving bids in order to receive '
/ T Ibe summoned immediately.I the refund Material dealers BY GRIFFIN BISHOP, Secretary
YARDLEY TOILET SETS, DEODORANTS Avoidance of injury or death obtain
from may complete nets only of i I TO BE PUBLISHED:
electricity calls for
appliances drawings and specifications for 13, and 20 1960.
and wires about the home $20 May 6. May ,
TOMMY TRAVEL-KITS, TRAVEL CASES .
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,1o be kept in safe condition. A

.' ; CREAMS. : J.1,, do-it-yourself program is good .
0RAZORS, HAIR/GROOMING f only so far as the doer realizes
t ... ..,.. -"". .j' 'the hazards involved in what he I Ii
.. I ; ,.,.. .. ,.,.\..\.'- It.t .i proposes to da An important ,
1 precaution is not to touch any
FOR GIRL OR BOY thing charged with electricity
when the hands
or body are wet sR
or while standing on anything 0 pp A DES i
DOROTHY GRAY BODY MOISTURE Lono.tOOf: | : 'wet.; r
,; Lightning.
causes only a few
; BIBLES STATIONERY: $ .. hundred deaths a year in this
CAMERAS .
y: country and this number could WE OFFER GIFT SUGGESTIONS
1 be reduced if, when an electrical -
RECORDS-WALLETS=BRUSHES storm approaches
people wouldgo
indoors. If one must be out ELIZABETH ARDEN 'COSMETICS FOR GIRLS I

BRUSH COMB SETS .. of-doors in a storm it is wise
\ \r'a.t> AND, .....,. :'" ". .' 'Ii'!' '\ : 1 pot to seek refuge tinder a tree, YARDLEY AND OLD SPICE FOR MEN r rS
,, "IfV ( j It', '. ....., .".. ," .t". ... i.' ,,,. n for trees attract lightning.Mower .
CAMERAS AMITY BILLFOLDS SHEAFFER PEN AND
"= > ATIYOUR.GREEN 3TAMP STORE GIFTS WRAPPED FREE *
f i PENCIL SETS
,4t *s. SHOt.IN lEAiRonmhio: D)4 "' .': .<. lawn
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GRADUATE GIFTS-EASY TERMS -
Mrs Mae Angle age 79, of _
Greenville, died at the borne of her

daughter Thursday afternoon afteran


t * Mrs extended Angle n1ne was. born In Scho- .

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haire, N and was a member
the Methodist Church In Miami s

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Sunlvors are one MrsE
1' D Mathers of 'Greenville and


r Li1i1aII! (Ji 9 t"e l her L1riOctbJt a three Funeral grand service children.will be held Friday 'r.I -

t 20th! 3 with Rev
May at p m

:c'ivr'w: r\\ sal t1\O.\cl: Paul Touchton officiating at the ... '. 'v

Beggs Funeral Hone. I .
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Dr and Mrs A P Edgerly had as

guests Sunday Mr and MrsV C I

Griffith of Columbus, Ohio, and Mr I !-:
( .and Mrs R J Edgcrly of Albany '
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ferY Time Trials 7:00 PM '

I' First Race 8:00, PM eINfEGRITY' S

I ADMISSION $1J2S .WISDOM
EKIN& SPORTSMAN ; S 05 _

.: N v bakes 10 nude qvotity (Children Under 12 Admitted Free) .t'i '" ", '. 1 UNDERSTANDING ,. )',1ft ;" '*

= ot this low prkt. 1? .wwety. 5 MOTORCYCLE.RACES 4 4: : **?* :
oek.e.twont, vr.t.rproof.. 9 i I ". Jr,: tr-if. '
baInow djoLI I Beginning Sartday 8th. f ,: t .*** .
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at MlneoU, take right turns for 4
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t .FRIDAY, 1dAY 20th, 19GO._; :;:'., THE KfTERPMSEJlECOBDn" *, MADISON,. FLORIDA. m PAGE T __FIVEGRADUATION I
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DayIttDepL&seMADISON t Ra --4Ii \\ (

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\ Thank for tie fine
Serving the public since 1932 you


j' 1 business have \
givenus
i FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE you '

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r I respectfully announce that ;I I !

am a candidate for State Repre during our Anniversary -
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tentative from Madison County; -- _
subject to the Democratic primaries

In ,May, 1960. If you elect me tthli < ELECTION MANAGERS S : : .
position I will serve ytx Sale. Rememberwe s :: er S

honestly, soberly, and capably to :'
the best of my ability. I will great 1960 ---s _. -It a r-

Jy appreciate your vote and tup have hundreds of __
r part. Sectnd Primary r'S >
Sincerely. '
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A. L, (Rooster) Leggett, Jr.,, May 24, 1960 ,,' 3 s. $ ..;

c PRECINCT NO.1 MADISON items including Dinette
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER DAYD i'I!
DISTRICT THREE *;x- .
II Mays, Clerk Mrs Paul Me.
dune, Mrs Lois Raines Mrs Gertrude
I respectfully announce that 1 1 Burnett Suites On Sale. i l

am a candidate for County Com NIGHTE '..J1 ,
missibner of Madison Count;, y, '4'
P Sanders. Jr Clerk. Judson
District Three, subject to the< Rowe, Wayne Burnett Rev James k :
action of the Democratic primaries Barber. ,

in May. I promise faithful, PRECINCT NO. LA MADISON : (
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conscientious service if you choose DAY : .,

me for this important office, and J D Scruggs Clerk. Mrs Joee'an. .4... .

I earnestly solicit your vote and [ Mrs Georgia Edwards, Mn .
support, for which I shall ever tx Eva Mae Coffee.NIGHT .a .' ..' .. f ',," Rilk. "" .i?:.-' .
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don. MODEL 8RS02 (Pictured above t :

COUNTY COMMISSIONER ITIEONCT. NO. 2 MADISON
DISTRICT THREEI DAY **.*. -


respectfully for re-election-announce as County my candidacy Commissioner -- .rick thtny..Bill, Betty Russell Brlnson* Clerk.; Mrs Myrtlce.11am, C .C :Mae. $ 1,59.95 11 Cu. Ft. Model $199.95 :


for another*term, subject t ''! !1ICH" .

tothe Democratic primaries :3r :.Gordon "Will Im.i.;;'derk.. Bi wet -

May. Thank you for the privilegeof Edwards, Julian Gibson, Jim Bunt No Trade-In Needed

serving you during the past i ng. ,)

years. It is my !sincere wish yo\I PRECINCT' .. NO. 2-A MADISONDAY s r r ,

reelect me so I can continue tOj QW 1 a .;
serve you. I am most grateful, for: 1 V*Bunker, Clerk. Mrs Jean Mfi, I I #.s, ... ..- a ..
Cook, Mrs John Henry Plant, .
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your confidence, and assure you .
Red Davis. I
that I will continue to serve al .. ,
NIGHT
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of Madison
the people Jack Wade Clerk Shelton Williams .
an honest, efficient and courteous Jim Cook Sam Breeden. 5. 0 nt'. ;_ ',#_%,4rh" SWQ k.
manner as always. Your vote and PRECINCT NO. 3 LEE
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appreciated l DAY __ _
will be greatly
support Sincerely, Cecil Kent Clerk; L A Almand, * *.i

GROVER C 'CONEBUSVNESSMENTT. Mrs W C "Sever Jr., Mrs Albert 71 '
CampbelL r .
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Kent -
Edgar Bam J T .
week in your store, tell 'err PRECINCT NO. 4 MOSELEY HALL ., .. .

about it in an E-R ad every DAY AND NIGHT 4

week. Berl Bailey Clerk. W G dements,, : Our Freezers are on; "
Bessie[ Me Will lams, Ida O'Quinn. z. x I
PRECINCT NO. 5 GREENVILLE
.ALg DAY f r

P C Cone Clerk.Harold Johnston,, .
Virginia Day, Mrs Donald Lane/' Sale ahSpeciahPricesNOW
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? Mr E M Pace, Sr. Clerk. Eloise _L_ m 1 J M,
Reams, Dale Burnett, Mrs Hazel Before you buy
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( Ice rf Ytar Doctor c4 Medicine. Allord.I'UECIKCT. r. ,
\ Your Local Medical aD4 llat
Florid Medical Attodatic Society*. NO. b-A GREENVILLE .. >
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DO YOU COUNT YOUR II (Red) Branncn. Clerk, )Irs < *,

' CALORIES? f Jf 1 Wood, Beulah Cone, Lawton : : compare quality withprice '
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Most people do not count Burnett -",,' :: "'/'f"---: I i .
their blessings or their calories. NIGHT .
There is growing iiuctcit in the J' C Cat tmill. Clerk. Mrs WafrStutzman. ..,. ,:...
calorie, and the relationship between Mrs Mary Smiley, Annett !, .
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overweight and high .
calorie food such as pie, cake, English. '. .. .
PRECINCT NO. 6 HAMBURG, .y
candy, and ice cream. i I "
Just what is a calorie and why DAY & NIGHT W 7 ty'.Ir: : ,x a' # ,
is it so important? Calories are Mrs Clyde Howard, dene. Mrs I 'I
the units by which the energy Girlie Yates, Sam Jarvis, Audley "
value of food is measured. Actually .. I J., ..., ( ."110, .,,
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Calories are units of beat Lane. : 'i' \
and since heat is a form of energy PRECINCT NO. 7 CHERRY _
the calorie is a measure of bAY A NIGHT :A JriI. !
energy. The energy from foodis William Wimberly, Clerk LAl .4ir*+, : .
used by the body for three Gentry. Wiley Blair, Jim Su r "
main First food enerKy v !
purposes. .
maintains the processes of .PREdNCT NO. 8 PL'v : '
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the of the DAY A. NIGHT
living such as beating '
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heart circulation of the blood Rev W J Bennett clerk Joe' 'l',o( .
breathing, and the maintenanceof Bucnanan, Mrs Burton Coody, Mrs ? v.." i "" 1 ts ..
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body temperature. Second, it Rand Terry. ,
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is wed for everyday activities I ;
such as standing, walking, eat- PRECINCT NO. 9'TUTEN
ing and dressing. And third DAY AND NIGHT / *' '

food energy is used for the performance Richmond Bailey, Clerk. Leslie ,/ : t,. ; w"J.:::w 1
of muscular work. *
E per. Aubrey Amah, ,K 'P-Beatyl l W* :: "ra
To maintain proper bodyvrcight PRECINCT NO. 10, HIXTOWN : ':".,," r ; -' -VI .
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'DAY AND' NIGHT ;. ,
should : 1
calories in the food eaten MAC'S "
equal the total amount of energy :George Rykard, Cterk. Howard ,J J$53: ,
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expended l>y the body. The Hughey, Mrs Russell Martin Mrs .. .5 ..
larger the individual the more John>Frank I4 per. ; .i $ ;,7. v%>jjfcif '-% .
energy he must use for living" PRECINCT NO. 11 MACEDONIA "It CT\> :
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Because energy expenditure is ; "' ,- ,, ...; ;. *u
increased during bodily growth, .| DAY AND NIGHT ; ; ;: *.. : fi- fc V 5F

children need extra calories. R L Williams, derk: W HiBalley! : ;

Caloric requirements vary according -, A dUlm. V T Aldera L"3 iiKa! V Furniture And COj.i 7
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to the decision to EaNCT NO. 12 WINQUEPn? Appliance
crease or decrease the amount .......
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of body fat It is physical activity 1:
which causes variation in H Williams, clerk; Dewy WIliamson -
caloric needs, very active people Elton Myers W H Halt
requiring as much as 5,000 calories The above are managers and Seller's Shopping Center Madison S y,4, A
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office each workers day may while, require sedentary only clerks' for the second' primary to be : ; .- ,

2.100 or less. In determining the Md May 24 10 CO.
caloric requirements of one'* DALE M. LESLIE derk Board
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'body, the family physician County Commissioners Madison
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K !SOIL STEWARDSHIP: WEEK '





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vm sir; ... There' is nothing automatic about
tee of ,
h the soil The planting of a !
,.,.,., ,,.,. -,. 'RY ..u.gnY.K.k seed does not insure "a harvest. It N
hat ever been thus.

From the earliest times, man has I 6i>>**i**
recognized and bowed to the vagAries -
in agriculture. Unpredictable I
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lest and cold; and the tribulations W a
of pests and blight have long beset

1-i him.Across
wr all the centuries man has

t ft 11r. found DO sure escape from these,

fw! , r ) new Spring the good Soil Steward,!

The newly remodeled VAN H. PRIEST store Is pictured BIRTHDAY PARTY returns to his fields with seed and!

above This store is one of the most attractive in theMadisonbased r devotion to his task. Uncertain of:
Variety Chain. In addition to complete Tommy Payne son of Mr and the future and often plagued by I
misfortune the harvest goal has -
inside and outside remodeling, the store has. converted to Mrs Earl Payne, celebrated his led him on. I

self-service. (E-R Photo) fifth birthday Wednesday, May 11, Unable to cope atone with the

with a party at Miss Jean's Kindergarten powerful forces of a sometimes

Acct JOHN M. Guests were the kinder willful Nature, the husbandman has I
garten children, and Tommy's sought Cod's help and guidance. j 4 /

SRaTTSWOODFLORIDA'S : parents assisted Miss Jean with Perhaps more than others he has I

11 entertaining and serving. been conscious of the need for divine t

The Cowboy theme was evident Intercession lie has learned precious gift from God and thatIt

DEMOCRATIC in the birthday cake decorated that it; Is not the earth alone which Word of what had happened at;I' warrants their best in Christian
brings forth fruit and fattens the
NATIONAL COMMITTEEMAN with cowboys and ponies; and ra stock. lie has -sbo learned that the Vjenne spread throughout France I stewardship.
the favors of balloons and Huckleberry yield does hot depend alone on and then to other countries. The I I Now more than ever we are
supplication filled a need in the aware that 'Soil Stewardship
Hound hats, and the service
the skillful hand or the sweating
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Second Primary May 24 If6O hc&rts and minds of ttie people and[spirit of a responsible people at
plates, napkins and cups Ice brow. With faith he has turned to I
ai the years went by Rogation work on the land-is rooted in
cream cup cakes and punch were God.The Days were widely observed as an "Man's trust in God and obedienceto
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';lie _4w 1I fi yKX/(, era Qrt 7 i ya 'D.relr served. Tommy received many nice custom of setting aside annual custom. By the end of the,I His purpose."
special days-Rogation Daysfor
gift*. Eighth Century, the Church formal I, The Madison Soil Conservation
bee EAGLE'Son BANQUET AND .INSTALLATION'i this purpose began more than 1,500
gift wrapping at In the neighborhood of ly adopted the custom. Now the I District Supervisors. Messrs W L
V years ago I world orer, people on Rogation Days: .
Vienne, France. Bad weather and Gaston. Chairman Eugene Mugg
Graduation IDA MAUDE STEVENS
gifts ,
Mrs W B Sclph was installed earthquakes had brought crop failures ask the mercy of God that lie may I Secretary Blalock Rains Carl W
Ida Maude Stevens: of Madison,
lib children the evils of
spare I Burnett and W B Coody, and L C
president of the. 2tfadison Junior and wide-spread hunger. The
passed away at her home early Sat-
soul and body and give good increase Work Unit Conservationist
Woman's Club at the Annual Hus urday morning Funeral services will Bishop of Vienne called for prayer I Bruner
to the plants of the field. asking all churches and people
bands' Night banquet Saturday be announced by the TiUman-James and penance on the three days I k are
preceding Ascension Day. The people In our own land it is fitting that,, to join the national and local Soil
night at the club house. Funeral Home.
responded 'and Implored God for a week be set aside each year to I Conservation Districts in observing I
Other officers installed were help In their suffering and priva. remind all the people that soil law''Soil Stewardship Week.
IRENE SIFUN ,
Bob Lawton 1st Vice Pres; :Mrs
Irene Siplin of Madison died at a .
Mack 2nd Vice-Pres Mrs .. ,
Primm .. -- *
!F*BAPTIST>* '-$" CIRCLES. Carl Sewell: Corresponding. Secretary Thomaz the hospital Saturday at. : : ;: ",Seve on ,-,c. f.!! "s..utyAT I.n...df
'4 fe ternoon. Funeral services WiU beheld .
Baptist" Circles will meet Monday -i : ; Mrs lIybert Ilcndry, Recording from the Daroascaa Baptist *
Secretary; Mrs John Sands, church Sunday May 22, at 12:30
GRGUP7
Hfey 23rd, 'as follows: Circle '
Treasurer; and Mrs James Williams 1'0' m. with committal rites to followin 'GlIDER :
No I, With Mrs A 3 Hargrove at ,
Parllmentarian. Oak Ridge cemetery. Tillman-
3:38 p m. Each officer received a corsage James in charge.BABY
No 2, with Mrs Harvey Green'
from the club, and a gift of costume -
at 3:30 p m. FAIRCLOTH
jewelry from the retiring
No 3. with Mrs J A Davis at DOWLIHG'S
10, am. president Mrs Bob Lay. The club Mr and Mrs Jade Falrcloth of 159.95
also presented Mrs Lay with a gift
the birth of baby
B W C will meet with 'the Association Perry announce a
- in Mayo.Special "Outward Bound" was the ban- boy May 10th. The baby was
quet theme and was evidenced in named Gary Jack Falrcloth Jr. Mrs -

the table decorations in the main Falrcloth is the former Miss Lou : t) DOWN

Stacker Sale dining hall Ellen a asta1n, daughter of :Mr .
The Playhouse Kindergarten dIrected and Mrs A C Chastain of Madison.

by Mrs Frances Sanders, R .
AT SACRED CONCERTThe '
entertained with two numbers, the
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flfefiticeBo Stockyard : Hawaiian dance and McNamara'sBand Norman College Choir of 22

both in costume. voices under the direction of Miss

:Marion E Davis rendered a sacred
foe.WONTICELLO The Rev James T Barber left
.
concert Sunday evening at the
Monday for Miami to attend the
First Baptist Church to a large
FIJL
Southern Baptist Convention in a
and appreciative audience. The
four day Session from Tuesday
group singing of Psalms and other
Monday May 23 1960 through Friday 18,000 pastors and
sacred selections were beautifully
expected to attend.
delegates
were
2.30P. M rendered as well as solo selections .
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SELLERS' TmiNToMr sTBclcer Sip NOW for free installation On a house party this week at ... ,

steers, heifers .
and cows Monday
Alligator Point are Mrs Joe Bevmn. +, I

morning. of Natural Mrs. T L Fraleigh Mrs J M DuRant -

BUYERS: Here's an opportunity to Mrs Dale bi Leslie, :Mrs T S

buy some good stockers Gas! F Livingston Mrs A F Harrison,

and Mrs B N Gross of Madison,
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and Mrs Frank Vickers of Vakkta. *-

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Mrs Richard I
Cunningham and
Contour styled for comfort .
baby daughter Lisa Ann, are at

home now in Gainesville, and will R J,1+ ; bond.rti.d for weather protection ., t

accompany her mother, Mrs A If
GLIDER CHAIR & ROCKER
Armstrong home in two weeks far ,

two weeks for a visit with Mr and

Mrs Armstrong. Lisa Ann is the For summer comfort and fun I The perfect -

Can ninghams' second daughter group for your porch, patio or lawn*

[- ? Exclusive Bonderized finish gives It far

CHECK US' Mr and Mrs Larrie Cherry and more protection than ordinary enamel I;

family have returned home from '_, means /ears and years of added service., .

spending Mother's Day at Lake Easy-action glider and chair. In'choke of .

Butler with Mrs Cherry's parents, colors.FURNITURE -. .'' ,
FOR YOUR the Rev and Mrs II L Boyd. I

FARM SUPPLIES SEEDS -x- : ,' t

,it LIVESTOCK FEEDS Airman lie Charles Wynn Jr and ",.' ....
LAWN & GARDEN a friend Airman 3/e George Williams : ;: ,
HARDWARE of Fort CAmpbell Ky. bothin ':,
SUPPLIES : ,
CUSTOM MILLING the Paratrooper Division, were
week end guests of young W"Dft"stathn I ;. \
CUSTOM SPRAYING r FERTILIZER Charles Wynn Sr. :" .
a ,,'...
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0 GARDEN TOOLS .
PITTSBURGH
PAINTSS \
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Mr and Mrs A G Paul Jr of f

Lake City and Mr and Mrs R S ;. :
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BILil HILTON CAVE.' Williams HI of Ocala were guests J" ; ;
of relatives here for the Golf f :'I. ,
OWNERS ,.. :' '
Tournament. ,
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F" guest of Mrs II B DinJdns this \r )1

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HU3-66/6 Madison ;_Florida Mrs A B.Ware-x-ofTBranford was .. .; t

I the weekend guest 'of lees mother') 128 N., PATTERSON ST. VALDOSTA, GA'> '
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FRIDAY MAY 20th, 1960 ENlERfKISE-RECOBDER, MADISON, FLORIDA
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HOSPITAL NEWS '
COME SEE I
FABRICS FOR ALL OeCAS-IONS;!

Adrniaskms: George McCIanuna:
t'. "The Human Kite"AT Robert Seago. J L F Fell, MrsJewell
Kelley, Chandler II Gremlin,
Mrs Diedre Copeland Mr Jean c- % Graduation Weddings Parties
'
,t KEATON BEACH King Henry Thomas boas Carolyn
.t',1 E Kennedy Wesley En&UsbV M
.. Wynn James Joiner T4'dVlIUs.! r
SUNDAY Mi* Noah E McKbmey. VISIT DUNN FABRIC SHOP
Discharged: Mrs Loaise Bush A ? .
L Leggett Sr. Mrs Annie Register
<'. MAY 22nd. Master Clyde Cochran. Mrs LfllieIlolton
: : Mrs Mary Jewel Kelley Net Tulle Taffeta -lace
and baby. Mrs Ana Tudor. Ultf .
r' e. 2 P. ltl SHARP Carolyn Kennedy and Master. Hardy 1
Joe McCUnuna. "

;; BABY KELLY Nylon Orgaady ,Ckiff( printed(r plair
0 on or
2g QOLORFUL; [ SKIERS IN COSTUME t If Mr end Mrs Clifford Kelley announce ,
the birth of a baby boy.
r.. 'rnEE PROFESSIONAL WATER sKi SHOW ::1 May 11. He weighed 7 lbs and 4 \
-' ozs. 'Setie-Broc e.Dilted.org '
'. I ALSO OPEN HOUSE i i iII BABY ;McKINNEY t j :
+
V Mr and Mrs Noah E McKlnney ,
announce the birth of a baby boy. ALL IN LATEST COLORSPATTERNSNOTIONSSEWING .

Kcaton Beadi Fk. ozs.May 15. He. weighed' 8 lbs and 4 .' NEEDS

BABY COPELAND

17 MILES SOUTHWEST OF PERRY. FLORIDA.- ", .*>. *..,._ ; Mr and Mrs: John, P Copeland DUNNI. SHIP
!'" announce the birth of a baby girl FABRIC
May 1L She weighed 7 tbs and 15ozs.

.
WE SPECIALIZE IN Gifts that are right for the COLORED PATIENTS .. QUITMANr GEORGIA r

Admitted: Jeneihel Woods. Willie
EAGLE'S ----
graduate at
ilae Carter. Archie: Blue Jeanette
LaUmcr, Jenyethel Merritt and I ELECTION MANAGERS

BIRTHDAYWEDDING Roberta CIlnLDischarged: Sammie Mae Jackson I i Tobacco GrowersFOR
and baby girL Jcnethel Woods and 1960-
baby boy and Ola Jones.
Born to Jenethel Wood a baby
SOCIAL boy May 10. lie weighed 6 lbs and Second Primary

t : PARTY 15 ozs !Uk5Ll May 24., 1960 EFFECTIVE CONTROL
t PREONCT NO. 1 MADISON
,CAKES IACT1ANKSYOUFlHG HARDY CONDUCTS PTA DAY { or ;

f STUDY COURSE .D- H Mays Clerk Mrs Paul Me. ;
'
I SPONSE Dr Blanche -Hardy. Director of done, Mrs Lois Raines Mrs -Gertrude BUDWOKMS-HOPvMORMS ; ;

Burnett. |
the Guidance Center conducted a
two-hour atudy course for the NIGHT [ GRASSHOPPERS APHIDs i iUse.Sia11yCondliOiied [ 1

Park Center :_ Mac's Furniture and Appliance Monticello Parent-Teacher Association E P Sanders Jr, Clerk. Jodapn ...
Rowe, Rev James
Monday evening; May 16. Wayne Burnett. .
422 E. Park Ate Co.. expresses appreciation .for thepubUc' The general theme for the study Barber. ;* I ; *
to the i
generous response &
courae.Unden Our .
PHONE CH 2-0577 PRECINCT NO. LA MADISONDAY
5th Anniversary and Big Opening
*
N Valdosta, Ga. in the New Store In Seller's Shopping Adolescent ;; ;
Center. Gifts of flowers words J D Scraggy Clerk Mrs Joe CPA DUSTS SPRAYS
i Mr and Mrs John T Vann and
Bcvan, Edwards Mrs
o: encouragement and interest of Mrs Georgia ,
Mrs Donnie Weatherly was .ad- their many friends are particularly son Ben of Jacksonville were Eva Mae Coffee. '
rnKted to Tallahassee hospital Moniay. appreciated by Mr and Mrs Cleo guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs A G NIGHT : Stays longer Kills Better. '

., McClamnia Herring Clerk. Elmer .
I < .. .. Roy Wainwright
t --- ;; Kalre Wallace Williams Ned Hern-

J don. .. ,
PRECINCT NO. 2 MADISONDAY FARMERS
:

N Bill Russell, Clerk. Myrtke Ham- '
'
dele, Betty Brinson Mn C C Mo-

it, tht-ny.. NIGHT Mutual ExchangePHONE

.Gordon Williams. Clerk. IfowellEdwards.
Julian Gibson, Jim Bant- .
In&. .'. t' HU 3-2269
PRECINCT NO.- 2-A MADISON
/J :"'; DAY Madison Florida
W V Bunker Clerk. Mrs Jean ,
Cook, Mrs John Henry Plant, Mrs
:' Red Daris. --- -
NIGHT Mr and Mrs Jack Gardner'and ON T-V
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C GRADUATE IN t Jack Wade Clerk. Shelton Williams two sons left Sunday for
Jim Cook Sam Breeden. home in Tallahassee after a Miss Jean's Kindergarten mode
it PRECINCT NO. 3 LEE weeks' visit with Mr and Mrs its first appearance on television
DAY G Herring. Thursday, on WCTV Tallahassee.
Cecil Kent. Clerk; L A Almand. I The youngsters were accompaniedby
Mrs W C Scvor Jr, Mrs Albert -x- "Miss Jean" (Mrs W T Coody),
(. CampbelL Mr and Mrs Maxwell Miss Billie Jean Coody Mrs Earl
I NIGHT had as weekend guests Mr I Payne, and Mrs Charles Knox.
Bob Searcy, clerk Talmadge Williams Mrs C G Ferguson of \ I
\ NPLAIN. TO SUIT Edgar Bam, J T Kent Mrs T C McNally spent several
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t- I .and Mrs V E Crosby. of .to .
.. PRECINCT NO. 4 MOSELEY HALL days this-week faj"CWpley visitingher
w: DAY AND NIGHT Gl. brohter-in-law and sister Mr

F \'. YOUR FANCY Bert Bailey. Clerk W G Clements., and Mrs Urlin Myers.x .
Bessie McWifflams, Ida O'Quinn. IDI. and Mrs A P Edged had -
R PRECINCT NO. 5 GREENVILLE> Sunday Mr and ltrsV Clayton Jones and Tommy Hower-
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DAY ( of CofctmoxB. Onto and \h'r ton of FSU visited at Duke University
l \ ITAUANo-wth! F C Cone. Clerk. Harold Johnston.
C the
and Mrs R J Edgerly of and Chapel Hill. N ,
i t. I tu ah heel Virginia Day Mrs Donald Laney ,
... ., Ga. past week end. )
!: ....---..-..- : Mrs Archie StudstilL
12.95 : NIGHTMr -it- ?nIIIIIIIIIII
,
". E M Pas*, Sr Clerk. Eloise Guests Sunday of Mr and
; 4 : IJ IJf Reams Dale Burnett Mrs Hazel John MeDankl were Mrs EAGLE'S r.rayVhite.SaJe ends
t '. .. -: """ "'.. Alford.PRECINCT. parents/ Mr and Mrs Sam
t NO. 5-A GREENVILLEDAY of Delhrood and Mix Edna ) this week ,
) Summer's beaoUfut perennial : and Mr and Mrs Junie Rawls.

f ...the classic untrimmed opera pump.i. '.... # .. I .. C H (Red) Brannen. Clerk. Mrs Marlanna.
Hazel Wood Beulah Cone, Lawton
i shapely masterpiece by Foot Flairs I In p tai-sofc i &-mett. ; The above are managers '

t, white calf.The shoe that fits any day or.. : NIGHT ctaka for the second primary to
: J C CartmUl. Clerk Mrs Wayne beld May 24. 1960.
j;. night occasion. In high or mid-high e. Stutzman. Mrs Mary Smiley. Annell DALE M. LESLIE. Clerk

heel I height, to fit your sole's desire. Engllnh. County Commissioners '
'. i PRECINCT NO. 6 HAMBURG County. Florida. 38-U<
.t ,, M DAY A NIGHT --- -
\ ,. Mrs Clyde Howard Clerk. Mrs I I
i"' Girl* Yates. Sam Jarvis Audley
: PO1NT44thtnidblgttr t Lane;
bed r PRECINCT NO. 7 CHERRY LAKE

;;, : k : -- .-..-.. --'- r'a; $12.95 r William DAY Wimberly.A NIGHT Clerk A C i----
Jim Suzies. :
; Gentry. Wfley Blair
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Ji.i.')' ,. ">- T A .t,,,",. DAY A NIGHT :
1 J\:- Rev W J Bennett Clerk. Joe

,.. ,. Y'"I Buchanan Mrs Barton Cody Mrs
Rind Terry.
'". ,
.. PRECINCT NO. 9 TUTEN .) TIMEX WATCHES % COSTUME JEWELRY
.. DAY AND NIGHT COSMETIC SETS % PORTABLE RADIOS ,
Richmond Bailey, Oerk. LeslieSear. .} TRAVEL ALARM CLOCKS RECORD PLAYERS
Aubrey Aman. K P Beaty.PREQNCT .
NO. 10 HUCTOWN .> HAIR DRYERS ELECTRIC RAZORS .
DAY AND NIGHT .I CAMERA SETS FOUNTAIN PEN SETS
:f:;
DARBY'SLADIES George Rykard. Clerk Howard WE ALSO HAVE A LINE OF SUMMER. ACCESSORIES.
fughey. Mrs Russell Martin. Mrs
'. John Frank Loper. BETWEEN YOUR SHOPPING WE HAVE "EATS .

PRECINCT NO. 11 MACEDONIA AND DRINKS," MADE TO ORDER
: 4 SHOES DAY A.'D.clrr
R L Williams. Clerk; W H BaBey.
,/' ,; 206) .'. PATTERSON: A.C Uta V T Alderman. : SELMAN'S SUNDRIESMADISON
.It .
(Across. from Court ,House) RECINGT. NO. 12 \VINQUEPIN -
DAY AND NIGHT H
VALDOSTA. cA. J H Williams, Clerk; Dewey Wil.Bamsoa. FLORIDA ..
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, PAGE EIGHT THE ETti"TERPfLSE-REOORflE MADISON, FLORIDA ''''".. VI_ !II 'li' FRIDAY MAY 20th, 1960

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. NEW HOMES FOR SALE G A BANQUET .Wyna of Pinetta was speaker. i

; I I \i.\\\: : Following the banquet a cand1e-1 I
"SEE; THE; SE.SPyE; ,CIA I 1L. VALUESv One New 3-bedroom FHA Masonry Friday night, Slay 13th.W" light presentation service ..' CONSTRUCTION
- hocse in Lakeside Tmace.400.00 I Cherry Lake Baptist church in the auditorium. Lilies larkspur
" rccnsatton
f' tat ,' plus: small closing cost.Two hall was decorated with Queen Anne's lace 'were1 land used New and Remodeling
.
'p'' New 3-bedroom frame houseS spring flowers for the mother- I for decorations..
Howerton Co.
t; in Hancock Terrace. Up to snuff in daughter banquet The G A colorsof \ Linda Hutto and Sarah Clark Supply;

.. .. C'erylay.. Most attractive prices. gold, white and green were used advanced to rank of Maiden;
.
i. $' S Several (arms. throughout the banquet halt Blanche Gentry to Lady in Waiting --- ; =

: f1.JreeJen A menu of fried chicken, potato : Sharon Sapp to Princess and -Mrs Weaver gave the -devotional -
: .1" For best results, list your proper salad
green beam stuffed celery, Nelda Weaver to Queen with 1 and led In singing two hymns.
ty with pickles rolls strawberry shortcakeand Scepter. I Mrs Elouise Bam rendered piano

FMS JiiM Ad Gift SIll' : WHWiy tea was Ierby the YWA Mrs J R Collins presided during music. SuzanneBurnett and Sandra
:
; Broadus girls the service and Mrs*Ann Home I Westerman were candle lighters.Rev .
Setzer Shopping Center REALTOR Mrs J R Collins acted as mistress Mrs Theda Sapp and Mrs 'Lola: J R Collins closed servlcQ

3fiSOr. of ceremonies and Mrs W L Weaver the with
i Me..n,r Urn. HU ;:-. MADISON, FLORIDA \ presented awards. prayer. k
Office phone Ins 34481

of Sprig Stets GTMP if early spring Residence HU 3-6481
_ Group<< DOG RACINGMOHTICELLOFLORIDA
FOR : SALE: Three-bedroom, two-
Regular price$55: ilresses Excellent bath house In Priest 'sub-division.

H ,B WINTENBURG. 3S-lt-pd
< Values \:'
and $69.956NOW25OFF, >
NOTICED 3, SEASON OPENSJUNE

; : r xow<<) 25% 9ff') -

'The. Roberta Beach 'at Cherry 10RACING
... I, "'. Lake, Fla. U open to the PubUc ; y .

Gr"of'Spring Dustit Cary day for boat launching' picnics
i and swimming. 38ltcliCONSERVATION
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: .a ers & Topper Coats ,* : Every. Night' .

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NOW 25% OFF (by L-C Bruntr. (EXCEPT SUNDAY- <**-)

(Sell Conservation Sen lot)
POST TIMEf8:15
c Of all the gifts of nature none
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Come ,Early for f t the Best SelectionsTHESE is more indispensable to man than RAIN OR SHINEMATINEES

.. the soil :Along with sunlight, air "

PRICES WILL. BE .GOOD FOR and water, soil nourishes all plan!
"
... life and supports human life and .
:. ; 3 most animal life. .'.'
Days '' '
.. The physical characteristics of '., I '1.f., q."'!,
EVERY R .: .:.t ,
.1 t 'FRUiv, SATURDAY AND MONDAY i the soil may greatly Influence the pA IAe.
maximum yield of a crop on a

Jlay: 20th, 21st and 23rd. I I given piece of land. For example, SATU&DAy ...,., ,_ .::,.. X.

the physical properties of the soil ,
....
regulate the intake and flow of
water movement of air and heat, POST TIME

: root development, and the ease .
TOT M I MAY SHOP '
u
with which the soil can be tilled 2:15
p. m. .
The soil has two size classes; of

pores. These soil pores are the SORRY; NO" 'MINORSExclusive
openings that occur between the
solid particles of the soil. The

large pores are not able to bold<

water tightly by the process called PARI-MUTUELS
capillarity. On well drained soils

they are the first to lose water by
DAILY DOUBLE1st.
gravity after a rain or irrigation.
These pores are needed for rapid 4

\ intake and ready percolation of and 2nd. Races

,. water through the soil Air Is
G.XFTS drawn into the pores as soon as '
SOLD
water Is drained from them. They QUINIELAS
LINGERIE BY ARTEMIS A BLOUSES MACSHORE might be looked upon as the -air

conditioning: ducts in the soil.
The On Each
ace1YINPLACESHOW
GLOVES
gowns pajamas, panties MAX MAYER.
small
pores called capillary pores,
robes and dipeSPOATSWEAIC
are responsible for the water-bold.

FOR LADIES LADIES HOSE Ing capacity of soils. The ideal

soil should have the pores space
by Queen Casual-Frayne F7atumlbFacxsJae about equally divided between
N '.LC ;1,
large and small pores. Unfortun ..
ately, not all of our agricultural
Shop soils have this proportion of large TURF CLUB r
.Alar
and small pores The very sandy r

soil has too many large pores Finest FoodIn
The Friendly Shop which causes the low water bolding '

We Give S&H Green Stamps Gifts Wrapped Free capacity. FloridaFOR f .w
Knowing the physical characteristics
PHONE HU 3-6750 MADISON, FLORIDA _
of a soil valuable in farm
planning. Charles Young Soil RESERVATIONS

BUSINESSMEN-Don't let your IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR1IN Scientist with the Soil Conservation : ,
customers forget you! Keep 'em AND FOR MADISON COUNTY,I Service, made soil capability PHONE
reminded with low-cost ads on FLORIDAIN maps of the farms of J C Janis
\VMAF and In THE E-R. RE: Estate of John Woodrow, Paul Byrd, Charlie Wheeler, C WYMAN 71123

Gibson deceased. T Day, Adrun Williams and John
TO CREDITORS
NOTICE T Payne last week. The information -
KITCHEN CABINETS All creditors of the estate of
on the soil capability maps LADIES'NIGHT
John Woodrow Gibson, deceased '
COUNTER TOPS are hereby notified and required to will be used in working out a complete r

.. G-E APPLIANCES, file any claims or demands v.i11ebthey soil and water conservation
may have against said estateIn plan for these farms.
the office of the County Judge Farmers who are Interested in

a, UOWERTONSUPPtYl.lPArfffift of Madison County, Florida, in the better land use should contact your

*! ._.. -m ymGHIMSLEY court house of :Madison Florida county agent, ASC, Farmers Home Every ThursdayALL
within eight calendar months from Administration, Forest Service, the
the date of the ,first publication of Madison Soil Consen'ation..Dlstrict
SERIOUSLY this notice Each claim or demand LADIES
office located In the basement of
a.fi
must be In writing and must state kxAy
HURT the Madison Post Office or one x.V
the place of residence and post office
and of the District Supervisor, W L '
... address of the claimant must Admitted Free
be sworn to by the claimant, hisagentr Gaston Eugene Mugge, *Carl W j

Roger Grimsley, Superintendent or his attorney, or it will Burnett, W B Coody. or Blalock
of ,the Independent Life InsuranceCo. become TOld according to lawThis Raines.
at Madison, is In a serious 18th day of May, 1960.
condition ai the local hospital as J&f Annie Laura Gibson McCown MINOR ACCIDENT Negro Grandstand | .:,
.the result of injuries received In Annie Laurie Gibson McCown as
the of his in 'Executrix of the Estate of John :'.'.e\
wreckage car an accident Gibson deceased.First Robert E Adams age 75 of Lee .
about 1:30 a. m. Thursday. Woodrow was charged: with failing to )ieJdrilhtot..y } ;x? dr
Deputy, Sheriff Porter, who assisted publication 9:00 TRACK L Trooper Joe Peary with the May 20 I960, BBS A N. ch-4t in an accident at .
a. m. Thursday, in Lee.
ON U. S HIGHWAY 19
investigation said Grimsley was Trooper Joe Peavy said Mr Adams ,
headed east on Highway 90 five that are right for -thegraduate sedan
Gifts driving a 1959 Studebaker
4 MILES NORTH{ OF
miles
and a half west of Madison, store
pulled away from a grocery:
when he lost control of EAGLE'S
apparently at of a '
eax to S R 255 in the path MONTICELLO
his Lark station and fe
car, a wagon 1975 Chevrolet sedan driven by Mrs
struck a culvert after zigzaggingacross -
Mildred Luctie Evans also of Lee
,
the highway several times. Jefferson County
Damage to Mr Adams car was >
The car was a total wreck.
$.SO, and to the Studebaker, $200. ,
Mr (trimsley suffered multiple inJuries : "
: !' consisting of concussion No one was hurt Kennel Chili
chest injury. broken left wrist cuts
and bru1iei.;*,.';about the face and OUR BUSINESS is helping YOUR

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THE Greek had word for f
of their word which we

translate by the word "sincere" .
meant looking the same In all
;14cbu. The old-fashioned crooked
IMI"CMet did not keep bis store ,
,"well KfMed. If you were buytaf -. ,.
.cloth, or Mythinr made ,of deU2 .
you had to take It +
to the front of ,t
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the ton where \ .r' ', "
could lot 1' .::1. I
.you ret e .
,,rood look at jour 1
..pwchue by daylirtft. .
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what had :'" .
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looked rood to
inside thetore
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I looked*just Dr.'Foresuea II
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teas rood ori the outaide.
'*"A.slncene: mall is likewise a man
who looks the all
same in lights.He
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Is the came around the clock.*Yea "
know what he.ls like and you know .
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be will stay that way.He says what 1 S
pie think, and hopes, people will ts
agree with'him; but If they don't,
tie still says what he thinks.
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The Romans had a name for It
'too, a word which is the direct ancestor '; V
of our word ".!Deere." It is
Bald that the original word meant ; #
without wax"and referred to fine
porcelain or alabaster that did not ..
y
ban cracks and holes filled up by ;r _-f1t 7 a *? I
wax. A sincere person thus would .
be one who is what he seems to be.,: Ir 1I4 4 Y aa ,4 yc Y't
i He is not synthetic, he is real. He a : ; ; ; }

I lla not fragile, he Is ..oUeS.t. s,
3Me/rn Prirsr e I II 4 4r.

Of all human activities, you II t; k 1'
would think that religion would be I

'the most free from insincerity.But > THE CHURCH FOR ALL .
everybody knows bow hypocrites ,
I; .. collect around"Church**', apd every ** I CHURCH.

Christian knows how hard It U to ., t
!be sincere all the time Jesus never ,
> the building of character and good citizenship, .
used the Word "sincere" but he
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often referred to hypocrites" who It w a storehouse of spiritual values. Without I a !
Mr. Welling mows his lawn every Saturday he and his two t
are the opposite of sincere. As us I *. r strong Church,neither democracy nor civilization
.Jesuaexpressed what he meant 1 assistants. ,
can survive. There are four sound reasons why ,
T>et us define sincere religion In every person should attend services regularly and ,.

I I terms of a sincerely religious per- Technically, it's a %one-man. operation. But not. "to .Billy and Jean. support the Church. They are: (1) For his !

, I f.... (There' is not any such thing, JThey insist on helping own sale. (2) For his children's sake. (3) For .J, ',
of course as"religion by Itself.It the sake of his community and nation. (4) For
jl* always; in people. Anything, on the sake of the Church itself which needs his "'1 '

(stance paper, or like even this the column Bible, can for only in- And, "what is more' 'they NEED to help! Imitating'what Daddy moral and material support. Plan' to go to

point( you to religious persons.) Ac- ,does is standard operating( procedure for children. It's an essential part church regularly and read your Bible daily. :1

tcording to Jesus,.the person whose ; ., .. J ;
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of8roWingUP. x.
prayers are heard by God and .
'whom God rewards in the end Is a Day Book Chapter Verses .\ ; '
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l person DOt for who a show-off.reallyprays Hypocrites to God,and he I' Remember. this need as another Sunday approaches. You are Sunday Psalms 84 9-12 1 ;r c. .

aid, pray while thinking about alarmed 1 over' the spread .of delinquency. You are determined that your Monday Psalms 36 7-8 '
'bow their 'pra'enl1t111 impress .. f Tuesday II Corinthians 12 14.15 g
other people. They' want people to children have adequate religious education, Wednesday Titus 3 1-7 e" .
know they are praying Now maybe Thursday. II Timothy 2 14-16 !
many a Christian who doesn't pray Friday I Timothy '4 11-16 :
'to impress other people does pray f The Church can provide all but one of the essentials in religiouseducation. Saturday I Timothy 611.19 "' ,
'to Impress himself.He Is extremely
careful about his language, as It THE EXAMPLE which affords real incentive for your chi .t ..J'dren's

Ke were writingthe prayer for a effort MUST COME FROM YOU. .. ",
every
class in English.: He is careful ""' > '
about how long it is, and so ... ; '.:": '':,<, / i; :
Many people are afraid to pray in '':. '
public, not because God might sot I S, "'" $4 ; :
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like it, but because some human o d.p
twine would smile at It. Isa't that: 41 .. "..itt ftUd.tw-"U.. : y.., at L
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person is generous. We all ., ._.. ... : rs a d. a{ '
on that. But not
.agree every one "

(l1s who religious prays and in gives the way to the Jesus church extpects These Relitfous Messages are being Published Each_ Week, Sponsored by the Following Individuals and 't;:"

his followers to rbe. Insin I Eatabtlahments i'

oerity spoils it all. If prayer .. a _______ u. ,. .. "

*form worthless of -advertising prayer. And; then U fenerostty It te- ,',. . aa_ .0- ,:,:,:,:,:,:,t,:,:,:,:,:, A,;:,,t :\

to a form of self-adverUeteg-, f MADISON DRUGSTORE .
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then It is worthless too The sure v .s WILLIS

way to be certain. you are reaHy f The Rexall Store ._ RECORDING TUDIO.
generous Is to ask yourself' :WduMJL 1 *' HU 3-682T BOX 712 ,
fee Just as reueioua If BO CMJasmr Phone HU 32300. .Dtadi+oa, Fla. .. MADISON FLA.
about It, :TV;west to fet '" .. <0f :
-orf. for the- '. you J, .. .. .. .... >
4o'shows. that' f Ii "
,'ea ae JIlt stocire.
what you raspy are after fa that o" t
case, is Bot to help othen but I* I". '
boost your own stock ,
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Here are two kinds of peeft*'ta .I. ". MORROW INSURANCEf t t

particular. who are pals.ps .ere ,, ft M E.s s ER; AGENCY .
tee+ptsdi fto sincerIty la'iilenttea ; .
meet people are: Prt rat.iss Lwl1y4&: TIRE, ,CO. HWtsc ". FteidaFSALEIGHASHLEY i
..i 1 pareats..Thto to beeause ." S 1'''''' .55 T f*.** **; '

are. lUll II Ned to set good examples, MADISON., FLORIDABRYAN '
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aaibeeaussMMyUvemphUaviewof .. ; .._ .
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or:ettWrea) whom they are suppase4 .. ..., ;.S.
to teffueace for good. 9erkartseea '"
of Jesus' time were also ,
belied up to as religious leaden.But ELECTRIC',CO.t' ,
tls.q fell for the tempt ef.,. <. :
"lisAlliC oa a saow.** To be r.Hs/- ". Wiring aDdKADISON. TRUCK &: TRACTOR CO.
jam because people expect you to
be; to be reUftiou' bec&UIe'IMI: FLORIDA Htooe HU 3- 211, bS.dLot. na.1.4 .
Have to be; to be religious because:
you'want your example to be seen'
far and wide; to be religious for ,
say reason at an eaoef t Ant of all .' .
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truth is that our country habeen
f spying on Russia and

i Russia has been spying on us, :L
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and it is by no means a good
..r.s rr..rc ww r..sew a.'arm. ..r :t.._ ..' ,. : : .
comfortable situation. Tin } ELECTc' '
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and '
Year in Advance .
Per
Published Weekly Subscription $3.75 k :_
Delayed Renewals $4.00 Per Year present incident will cause repercussions ," <
in Pakistan from
Advertising Rates Made Known on NApplication[ +
which country the spy plan
Entered at the Madison Post Office a* second-class matter June took off, and in Norway*"whey .

25th, 1908, under Act of March 8,7879. it was to land, and in-':'other A L. (Rooster) ; \;,}

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DOWNERS: : T. C. MERCHANT, z'., C. MERCHANT, JR.! parts of the, world, andJt"..- wft !

9 AND ASSOCIATES i .. hurt us. v .

,"rMADISON: RECORDER, ESTABLISHED 1S6G*, Third In'Catlett ad .. : : i: '

NEW ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED 1901-.-;zCON50LIDAtED .. Jr. ; {
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PublisherT.," JUNE 25, 1908 A" 4 ; Peanuts Leggett,


'" C. MERCHANT, JR, Managing Editor. : Holmes county, one of the
1'' MRS. A. W. VANN, City Editor si} counties' in the state bordering YOUR .

MRS. W. E. WILSON, Advertising Manager. on. the Alabama line, is r'.
about four-fifths as large in
oRrt and has had only a very limited 11 I population and about three- State Representative

4 amount of publicity here. Ton; fourths as large in area as

Adams spoke here Saturday it Madison county. Bonifay is the
Inc his race for Secretary of State, county seat Agriculture and A Brae County ManS

N 0 0 has done some advertising and I timber.are. the principal sources Madison County, Florida

ittoON came in strong for second place of income, and corn, cotton, r
/ in the first primary in Madison
sweet potatoes,
peanuts sugarcane
LEGGETT wffl support an improved LEGGETT wants the job for
county. First place In Madison velvet beans, hay, and .
school t _
Relief Mst Wdcsae system. himself and NOT TO EMPLOY
attained
this
in
county race was watermelons are the maintOps. .
by Gene Fisher, a tobacco LEGGETT will support HOSPITALIZATION HIS WHOLE FAMILY.
The second 'big day is just ( Some flue-cured
for
around the corner now and we former resident, who, however, Is grown in the county and elderly people BENEFITS LEGGETT is working NOW to

do not doubt that the candi did not run fast enough ovex cucumbers for pickling are pro .8 help obtain telephones for rural
the state whole. Yarborough LEGGETT will fight any reapportionment -
dates are glad of it. So are a as a duced. Holmes county ranks
Plan that is not Madison County.
number of other people, the ,' the other candidate third in the state in the production favorable to Madison County.
.".riter included. There is a certain for Secretary of State, so far of cotton and peanuts. I want to thank all of Madison

strain attach to a political has made no specific pitch for :Hogs produce the largest single .. LEGGETT will work to keep the County for the splendid Vote I
votes here, unless he does it tax level as it is. .
campaign that spills over ,pource of annual income to F received on May 3rd and also

on a good many who are not this week. In the Agriculture tanners, and the beef cattle, LEGGETT will work to accomplish to urge you to return to the
Commissioner's race, Conner an effective mosquitocontrol -
candidates even, and when it d&iry, and poultry industries
program for Madison Coun polls on May 24 and VOTE FOR
here and picked up a .
5s over the relief is most wel. spoke are showing considerable in I
come. right sizable vote consideringhe crease. Cotton gins, lumber ty. :" and ELECT' A. L. (ROOSTER),

was up against a Madisoncounty mills, and naval stores plants LEGGETT has always been infavor LEGGETT, JR., your REPRESENTATIVE -

In native Buster Hancock, ire the chief industrial'-enterprises of lower insurance rates .. for the coming

.Ugliness, Gets who has a particularly strong and a large! -heading millS for automobiles./ .'} : session of the Legislature.
:* ** organization here, and who located at Boru'fajvHplme3county .II -' '.. :? poitively'NOT
*' I 'LEGGET 'isnJ | ,
1 :Unfortunately, ugliness so .L .' 1- ur"FHend'1oi..
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I carried the county. inl&uTandvras :
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was created BACKED by any Apolitical -
often gets into our campaignsand Holmes creek .. : ,.... ..
i f named for group or individuals v 'w -
that
things are brought up I .. '-"
after all, have no proper bearing Wrench Thrown Into which was named for Holmes .
I valley. The valley was named

The candidate on Governorship the for qualifications the office race, sought.which of the, Proceedings Holmes either for or an for Indian'Thomas chief J Holmes named, A. L. (Rooster) Leggett, Jr.

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The summit meeting is being of North Carolina, who settled
stage
during the first primary
vas fairly restrained, has held in Paris this week, and In the vicinity about 1830. j
harsh there does not seem to be much Next week, Indian River coun
rather
developed aspects, as some witness the procedure hope that benefit will come ty.: | Honest Efficient Capable -
from it. The downing of our
the
Sunday evening, on
WITH THE MASQUERS
and the resultant
l'-V. And, for that matter, spy plane -- -
week turmoil over it have seemed to I The Masquers, Drama Guild of
'cn 1 the day of the on
throw wrench into the proceedings he North Florida Junior College
a
:which the fuss was held used first dramatic Now OPENING SPECIAL
f -and the difficultywas ireMHited their pro- Re-Opened
,to be considered not a proper luctfen' Tuesday evening of last
tremendous enough before .
day for politicking, though \**ek at the Methodist Fellowship
many of the candidates, as well that. Spying is generally considered n.[ >> to a Urge and appreciative THIGPEN 9xl2RugPROFESSIONALLY
distasteful and is
.as many other people, now do ludience. ,
shunned by many, though .
rot stop for any day or anything p- STANDARD STATION )
.others) justify it as necessary. CLEANEDj
: When so many "were in

the race for Secretary of State, Let's Go BASE A SHELBY STS S The Multi-clean MethodS

there wasn't much said, but Death
Preferred
that race has narrowedto Sea
jww Deep
RECEIVES
two, one of the candidates The first incident of spying -FELLOWSHIP -H 55.00-

has been .accusing the other that most of us probably think FISHINGON Alfred E Hofflander. Jr. Instructor -
of having been slow in paying I r of was that of the land of I I In Business and Mathematics

hii bills, and in, the Commissioner Canaan by the twelve Israelite I at North Florid Junior College

of Agriculture's race the spies, ten of whom said the: e flTIm :fl1fI.1VL "' 'i :has recently been awarded ails s rS ,
Huebner Foundation
Even I .! '1 IlL 111l1Ll\ Fellowship to .
two candidates did not even lund could not be taken. II I n I begin work for his PhD in economics .

Whit for the second prlm..ar.1. More that Joseph accused (for.' I at the University of Pennsylvania "'
to begin their verbal shots : the time being) his brethren v in Philadelphia beginning II.

of being spies when they came with the Fall Semester, 1960. ; \ if.

I into Egypt to buy corn. In our I, Hofflander announced that he is S
Keasart E..p own country Nathan Hale quite honored to receive this aW&rd.1 S
since only about 10 such fellow .,
In our two county races the stands out as the most celebrated THIS OFFER
( ships are granted each year. He
procedure, at least publicly, has spy of the American is the first person in Florida to be Good Through June 15th
been pleasant enough, with no revolution: who, before he was -- granted this fellowship.
reputations assailed, and the hanged, said that his only re- 65 Feet Lone ]

.same goes for the Circuit Judge fcret was that he had but one 18 Feet Wide SUBDISTRICT MYF MUTiNG

race, which has boiled down to life to give for his country. S Snack Bar The Madison r.Taylor Subdistrict

a contest between age and And up in Nashville, Tenn., is CHARTERS MONDAY of Methodist Youth was held lion Free l Pick Up & Delivery

youth. A monument to Sam Davis, THROUGH FRIDAY day evening in Fellowship Halt
young Confederate spy, who Miss 'Edith Goodwin Associate
Leaves Dock 7:30 A. M. District Director of Conference CLEANERSPhone
Net 'Muck TIM HereThe was caught behind the Union Returns 5 to 6 P. M. Youth Fellowship was guest speak- QUALITY
lines, preferred death to tell
Trips Open To IndividualsSatardaysSunday.HoUdays er. The affair was the annual
state-wide candidates and shot HIT 3-2355 Madison
ing11 his secrets, was meeting and was climaxed witha ,
have not-found much time to banquet style dinner served to RUG SHAMPOOING ON LOCATIOK WALL TO-WALL

glee'to our county, and for the:I Net! GeM smli PERSON approximately 145 youths ages 12 FREE ESTIMATES -
most part, we suppose, to other; $5.00 PER years and older of the churches I
size These two last-named cases in the sub-district.: V Hostesses were ',II I
counties more or less our Misses Judy and Florida Davis
cr smaller. Bryan was.Jiere of spying were while the aides Capt. M TajkSTEINHATCHEE the members. of the local Woman's i I of Mercer University were guests Tell 'em you saw it in

only briefly one afternoon, although involved were in actual war, and Society.Mrs jot their parents Mr and Mrs W B

his advertising has been might be considered more FLA. Ida Johnson of Jacksonville I for Mother's Day. Mr OUfJEcrgwall your Home Town GazetteHie -
than our present incident PHONE: of Rome Ga was also a
extensive and his organization necessary Cron HY3423Stetohatcl was the guest; of her son and
most active, Carlton has not which took place while City *. daujhter-ln-law, Mr and '){n H E I guest in the Davis home for the I E-R.
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been here that we know of, ve are in so-called. peace., The .!!.cArthu!,. the .past'"}'wee weekend '
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EXTERPEISE-REOORDEn, MADISON, FLORIDA PAGE ELEVEN
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FRIDAY MAY 13th, 1960
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S RA. CH-ME.NOT' i-\
LIVE STOCK AUCTION
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1 SELL your cattle and hogs In our FOR COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE I WITH ITCH-ME-NOT

auction each Monday. Saks start at Apply ITCH-ME-NOT. In 15

< CLASSIHLD ADS 1:00. MONTICELLO STOCKYARD CONNERAS :minutes. If the itch needs scratching
Irk Montkello, Fla. Doyle II!get: your 48c back. You feel the

1I Registered Angus bulls for sal medication take hold to quiet the. .
Lost at all tines.COMPLETE. A 10-YEAX YtTtXAN STATE UGKIATOKIMTIOOUCIO itch in minutes; watch healthy dear:

for Sate LINE DWOSKIN M4 'WIM4, KM tto kUI. t9 |skin come on. Get ITCH-ME-NQC .
I from druggist for external skin
fief'I 1. t" Dporm..t- .f A9rksitnre.INfODUCID any
irritations. Now at Smith's Drug
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II i rt'eM4' sad hiKMn."1p.4' sol.rits.pots. tIe NStltet Store.. (advt).

W.B.DaYiSk.REAL SALESMEN WANTED I 7 i l s r ENDORSED BY 320.000 SPEAKS ON CHURCH*1. .
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r EXTENSION ... ,
WANTED: Man for profitable FLORIDA VOTERS .
ESTATE BROKERAGE:
ACREAGE FARMS Hawleigh Business in Madison Co.I ON MAY 3 .
Good living at start. See Frank
INDUSTRIAL
BUSINESS ESTATES RESIDENTIAL Massey, P. O. Box 74, Anthony TALBOTT PAINT A family night supper in connection -

APPRAISALS or write Rawleigh's Dept FAB- ANDWALLPAPER with the week of prayec'

ABSTRACTS OF TITLE 140-101 Memphis Term. and self-denial for Church Exten.
TITLE INSURANCE May 13, 27, June 3, pd CO. PROVER PERFORMANCE sion was held In the Presbyterian

112 West Base Street WAITRESS WANTED. Salary and .. educational building Wednesday;
MADISON. FLORIDA Commission. CHUCK WAGON! ft AT CASTLE PARK night with the Rev ,Walter Stilesof

Phone UU 3-6277 ,, 37-lt-ch VALDOSTA, GA. Tallahassee guest speaker. iHe i
Dial CH 2-S3&I spoke of the need for extending
REAL ESTATE Need contact man in this area.i free >CNotices the church .and pointedout
NOW Someone not afraid of hard work of four boys
Listings; Wanted Right I that three every
long hours. Strictly Commission. Exclusive
I need a 40 acre farm a 120 acre and two of everyiour girls by the
Must have car.
territory.
farm a larger farm with 4 to -8 of 16 intheUnited States are
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Call CH '2-0391, Valdosta Ga. age
acres of tobacco.I 37.2t HAVE PROSPECTS '" '(A modest charge Is made foi
of
mow
JgiiECONNERCOMMISSIONER his being the product a
LOST: Billfold containing import' public notices in this column).
For best results, list your property identification. tain home mission church.
ant and
papers
T C Gibson was in charge oC
with & Mrs
Please return to Axel ZIppercr Registered SurveyorPhone
receive reward.Georgia OF AGRICULTURE the program and Mrs Jack Wade
Broaias WihugyREALTOR HU 3-2372 N. ro. A**. arid members of Circle No I were
J Red Sweet potato plants, MADISON. FLORIDA I _- in charge of the supper.FLOORSAND1NG.
$;b0, per 1,000. Anan'time.. !Ii I I II SLUMBER PARTY
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MADISON, FLORIDA J. L SURLES & SONS JOHNW.WADSWORTOBRIDEELECT i -

Office phone HU 3-6481 Mary Wainwright entertained a
Residence HU 3-6481 BEFORE SELLING timber -I r I II
your COMPLIMENTED I I number of school friends at a
or timber land please 'see me. We WITH SHOWER slumber party Wednesday nightat
are also interested' In buying *
I her home. Supper was served
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limited amount of pine-hardwood rl AND
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FOR SALE pulpwood delivered by truck to Mrs Harry Blount Mn Addb from a grill out-of-doors. Hamburgers
Foley, Fla.. or loaded on R R carL Bland Mrs W B Davit, Jr and salad, baked beans. cup cakes REFINISHINGOld
See, write' or call Mrs Henry Sands were! hostcssei !l ;and candy were served.
4bedroom house four blocks from
school. Walking distance downtown. L. P. GIBSON at a lovely miscellaneous show Her mother. Mrs Hoyt Wain. Floors Made New-
dowaTotal Rt. 3, Madison Florida Saturday, April 30 honoring MUi I wright and Mr and Mrs William
will finance. $1,000 PerfectD.C.BYRD
Owner
New Floors Made
price $8,000.2bedroom Phone: Cherry Lake 8363 Mice Green of Jacksonville, who! !Oliver, assisted Mary in entertaining I

house. Florida room Rent an.adding: machine or marriage to Mr Fulton Crews will i I j jI her fifteen guests.
be an event of June 3 in the First ,
breakfast room. Corner lot, close to, typewriter at E-R office. Only

schools and town. Price $9,000. |1.00 a day, $4.00 per week,. Baptist Mrs Blount Church and of Mrs Jacksonville.Sands wen I I i I Mrs T C Merchant Jr attendedthe Phone 2306 Box 164
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LUCINDY J. YARNER $15.00 per month. in charge of the entertainment fot,, : woman's conference of the GREENVILLE, FLA.
Presbyterian church at Ormond
the evening, in which: pmes'were! 1 1I 1I 1I ,i
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For )'our"grindIng and mixing played, with, Mrs Myrtle Green ol(, Beach last week.

REALTOR 'on your farm, call WEST Valdosta winning the prizes. I

Byron Hotel Phone HU 3-6848 END MILLING COMPANY, Tables overlaid with handsome' 7Gcr
cknhfc placed either end oi'
were at
.MADISON,.FLORIDA Quitman, Ga Call phone 4971 I r SINGER
I the hall One was banked with the I
collect
many attractive gfft packages whik

FOR SALE: 160-acre farm high and POSITION WANTED! Stenograph the other served as a refreshment- t 109 S. PATTERSON STREET

dry. Tobacco and cotton allot or general office work. Musty table from which punch cake,' nuti VOTE MAY 24 .. VALDOSTA, GEORGIA% : t
xnents. Tobacco barn meat house Business College, 6 years ex and candies were served..Arrangements '.,t. '
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and all equipment including electric perience. Shorthand typing, bookkeeping of Spring flowers weir' !I Machine Repair Rental Sewing Course
saw, freezer, sausage mill, and teletype. Best oireferences. used in the arrangement1 through* FOUR.LANINO NEA"LV----
walk-In cooler, knives, saw and Call Hunter 3-682J oat the room. COMPLETEDFour 1 'W
atuffer. J. R. WELCH, Rt 2. or write P. O. Box 576. 85-tf-ct '1\ Mrs Ed Worthington and ')in New Machines $59.50 and up
Madison, Fla. 36-2t-pd of than six
O R Ferguson, sisters of the bride -laving more .
FOR SALE: Fishing boats. 10 foot elect assisted the honoree ir miles of U S Highways 27 and 19 'IA CALL VALDOSTA CH' 4-2304 COLLECT

$55.00, 12 foot $65.00. May be opening the many lovely and useful In- Madison and(Taylor Counties is
Service in 24 Hours
financed if necessary, $10 down gifts ..ith.i d1 she was pre now 55 per cent complete, the Rw
and $10 per month. M E. DIE. sented. Sixty IUKtsere unite Slate Road Department has an-

TRICH. at Howerton Supply Co., repairing done by set "doctors'' Out of town guests Included )Irs I nounced. '
Madison. 7:30 am-6KX pm 3G-2t-ch O R Ferguson, of Chlpley, Fla, Mn

FOR SALE: Nice home one block Grant Green and Mrs Edison Greet ..'. .
from Greenville High School of Valdosta. Mrs Preston Greet e.N 0
Price $6,000. J. B. DAVIS, phone of Adel Ga, Mrs Henry Eands oi .
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HU 3-6601, Madison, Fla. 29-tf-ch Tallahassee, and Mrs Edward :. 1LE't I '., "! -... .,

Worthington of Jacksonville. ."
FOR SALE: One 12 ft molded "

marirfe plywood boat gator trailer. Sign NOW for free installation : ? :
15 H. P Evinrude motor, acces '
sories. Can be seen at F & M 1i t' ':<'.;

Grocery, East Madison U S 90. We know how to diagnose you:' of Natural -.
o'. 38-tf -ch TVs Ills and cure 'em fas ".... ;" 0
Gas! ;.

FOR SALE: Invalid's wheel chair, QUITMAN 4 y

in description good condition, see ,Sears reasonable.196Q Cat.For' Are ,you\ peddling insurance ... : \ -Mr 4
TELEVISION SERVICE I ? : ;
No. 8 K 1671 N page 1013. L II tranquQizers, shoes, or automobiles 1ae z : I Iw.

DIXON, Lee Fla 38-2t-ch 401 We E Stevens Repair St ? Keep the public informed .

FOR SALE: Used 6-row mule Record-Players-Automobile Radloi. of your valuable ser ,....: #

drawn power duster, $76.00. Four A Few Choice Selections vices with an'inexpensive .T ,/1': I

sets of'used tobacco barn flues, IN USED TV SETS weekly ad in The E-R, saying .'

one half price. EUGENE MUGGE, Work guaranteed satisfaction nice things about local folk "" ,.- -, .."; .
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Greenville Fla. 38-21-ch PROMPT COURTEOUS SERVICE, LIT ... .
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OUR WAY OF SAYING since 1865. tilt. '
Settled white woman to
ANTED: "THANK YOU"Phone .
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care room for and an board elderly, and lady.time Salary of L, Buddy Tillmsn 9481-Quitman Charles,, Ga.Roger WHY,NOT GET A ROOMY, NEW .

MRS SAM LINTON, Rt 2 Box VISITRuby's
154. Greenville, Fla. 38-lt-pd r
J. D. ScruggsFORESTER REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER
FOR SALE: Iron peas 84% germi Fabric ShopAT I

nation. Also, ear corn yellow.
You'll
got more space .
2, Madison. storage j
CARL SMITH Rt REGISTERED SURVEYORPh. 100 NEW LOCATION ... ,<
4 37-2t-pd
Florida. HU 3.61i6MADISON. in less floor !
FLA. 2 doors from the Bank on South space
Range Street in Madison, Florida A DOUBLE DUTY
FOR SALE: Four grown geese.
geese.ViU sell Tired cUrying to squeeze groceries and leftovers Into your old refrlgroto .- FOOD SAVER
four 23| t tnnrnr
reasonably.grown L F TERRY, Madison GffiARMN JEWELERSFor FABRICS-NOTIONS-PATTERNS ? Then a roomy, new electric rtfr g.raior.r e2r. Is the answer m. +
YowT!get mote Uorog .in Uu floor .
spoc space -t&nfeole the groping, a
> of Pinetta. .
Fla, 1 4 miles east '
,37-it-pd Ruby Tomlinson MnbJitg ond sp9Gng.

SILVER CIONA. CRYSTAL Automatic defrosting means Jess work for you too-and with tM handy o
FOR RENT: Four-bedroom house. INVITES TIER FRIENDS AND THE I
DIAMONDS,JEWELRY freezer eowportmtnl you con taw with few-cost ,
money quantity buying.
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J L SULLIVAN. 371t-pdII PUBLIC TO COME IN TO HER I sElectric

home EXPERT REPAIRING NPW LOCATION, PREVIOUSLY rtfrlgtrotor-frt x rs com in Uovliful colors or gleaming whit's
Modern
FOR RENT or SALE: located OCCUPIED BY R. MICKLER'S -In treks end Wes to fit your nHds. So M. the new mod.ls l of yourfarorirt

in Cherry on nice Lake size, conveniently lot. MRS JOE NATIONAL STORE FOR MEN oppConc; deoWs lodoy-choo* a roomy electric ref rotor.
frt zer f DEMBINSKI Rt 3, Madison.37-lt.ch ,II BRIDAL tow

--- SERVICEYALDOSfyGA. I
FOR RENT; Nice furnished apartment I .
Close up town at 115 E OUR BUSINESS is helping YOUR flORIDA
Rutledge St. Mr or Mrs LARRY ; I PO

PINSON, Madison Cleaners Phone 303 No. Patterson 1 1USIN S& THE E-R, ; ". wrNtesn x
HU 3-6424. 37-lt-ch ,

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I NFJC SCHOLARSHIPS' ber of scholarships and loans available year It t
7KRS.- .
Let muffler and tai Nitke 4T, Bidders I AVAILABLE % to. students In the Suwannee i Mr Hargrove says that 'anyone-

r It"doesri't'hcfr fti River Valley area The scholarship desiring to benefit from these-

p pe experts check J. The Board of Public Instruction of bit I' Mr A J Hargrove, Registrar of awards range from $30: to $150: tact loans the or Registrar.scholarships North should Florida con i
6 Madison County, Florida will receive North Florida Junior College has the maximum loan available 1st t
Junior College, Madison, Florida.
scaled bids in the Board Room of I '
exkaust system free! announced that NFJC has a nuns $300 per student for the school at once." "
the said Board County Courthouse, -
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Madison Florida, for furnishing of -
Mufleraitilpeinstalledf.rouly all labor and material to construct:
Classroom Building FLORIDA'S j
,\- Suwannee River Junior College -

(Phase I) BIGGEST VACATION i
Madison, Florida
19c Bids for the project will be received BARGAIN!
until 9:00 a. m. June 1, "
1960. at which time they will be r

publicly opened and read In theBoard I ELLINORVILLAGE

''':., ... Ii Room, County Courthouse; .- .
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..I.III. Drawings, Specifications General) : F x "
,.s rtV"C: STATE Conditions, Instructions to Bidders i yy S $ ". ;
71nd.ii.,.T/ /d6-::1'1 t:It' end Form of Proposal may be ob I $5ASL09wAS

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FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE DAYTONA BEACH ,
AT '
Florida and
Road Jacksonville 11 ,
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I all bids made in accordance there- ., J
ISO FAMILY VACATION VILLAS PER WEEK FOR 4
I respectfully announce that I with. BY THE WORLD'S MOST FAMOUS SUCH
176 OF 650 UNITS
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am a candidate for State Repre- General contractors may obtain S.hMnta sentatlve from Madison County, two sets of drawings and specifications TV ROOM Tttopfcoms /' '.r '
AUGUST 31 I
subject to the Democratic primariesin by making a $40 deposit for ..1'A.
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May, 1960. If you elect me to this project which will be refunded DOC lUglt6.1A1! AlAI AUTO Deuce

this position I will serve you to those firms making bona fide Vote For .ewe'.f[JU.a YInaC. I.i ...rf.y d.,1 ...r
honestly, soberly, and capably to bids when drawings and specifications w ,.., aw ua scat <<14.ns.rat ?
the best of my ability. I will greatly are returned In good condi 11 ,.
tion. General contractors not submitting ra-r---4 7iw
appreciate your vote and sup- bona fide bid must re- GROYERC.CONE he...a"'". ... ........... { :
part a w____WIht I
Sincerely. turn the drawings and specification I .
:A. L. (Rooster) Leggett, Jr. ten or more days before the date set Comity l/MBHHSSHlKf i i EUJNOR VILLAGE, Dept. G- 21I .' ,
for receiving bids In order to receive I' I DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA I ." ,' ,

FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER the refund. Material dealers Districts r i I"!!
I ItAJtf.m
DISTRICT THREE may obtain complete sets only of' ...... ... ,
drawings and specifications for $20 AoctZU '
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per set which must be returned tenor Madison Coimty Fla. -.c STATt. ,
to bid opening In ,Ya
days prior
more
I respectfully announce that I ... - MM MM MJM .a-..
order to receive a refund. General ,
am a candidate for County Com
contractors may obtain additions --- ---- -- -
missioner of Madison County, complete sets at $20 per net, under .
District Three, subject to the the same conditions of refund as
action of the Democratic primaries set forth above for General Con- THIS HOME

In May I promise faithful tractors. Additional drawings maybe .
conscientious service if you chooseme procured through the Architectby
for this important office, andI Contractors and Material Dea -

earnestly solicit your vote and era upon payment of cost of repro- ...
duction, which will not be refundable .
:" grateful.support, for. which I shall ever be A certified or cashier's check. or : CAN BE YOUR HOME !

Sincerely _. bid bond properly executed in a 2 ," ,
XJVMAR ANDREWS sum not less than 5% of base bid 't '"
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payable to the Board of Public r :
Y Instruction, must accompany: each
FOR COUNT COMMISSIONER proposal as a guarantee that the ; r S ;"i: "

DISTRICT THREE Bidder will promptly enter Into A ....#, ".......
I agreement to do the work and furnIsh _
a performance bond In the sum
I respectfully announce my candidacy ,
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% of the contract. Each
of 100
for re-election as County Com- .
proposal when submitted must be
-missloner for another term,. subjectto clearly marked on the cover with i :
the Democratic primaries In the Bidder' name and the' name
.:',
: Kay Thank you for the privilegeof of the project. The Board reserves ,,'.. \
serving you during the past the right to reject any or ,u
years It is my sincere wish youre.eleet all bids, and to waive any Informali "
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ties. ., -.. .
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me, so I can continue to
THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION I. ,
: serve you. I am most grateful for
MADISON COUNTY
I ::' I your confidence, and assure you FLORIDA. "r

I that I will continue to serve all BY GRIFFIN BISHOP SecretaryTO .. ;" .

, the people of Madison County in BE PUBLISHED: .'I'.
\ an honest, efficient and courteous :May 6, 13, and May 20, 1060.
manner as always. Your vote and

,,' support will be greatly appreciated. Termites ? ..., ...".i .... ,
", Sincerely, Swarming 01 .' a'W' ;.
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BurkeExteratg .. The "DlXIELAND= one'ol Jim Walter's NEWEST homes, ;,i ;

Lawn Mower ServiceRepairing PHILCOda at a price of only $2995.cash'. or low, low.. monthly pay-' ,-:
Co. ments. +

\Vbr1cT.MostPowerful
and rebuilding? also any .
Phone 293-J Perry, Florida t'
'.. type small engines repaired II ., .
bloat Beautiful I
FREE !
McWilliams Garage BUSINESSMEN-Don't' let your I- Tr.msistar __.y

customer forget you! Keep 'cm 1rt pkI',.......he Philco TRANSISTOR with the purchase of any Jim
n'mIndedith low-cost ads on
WMAF and In THE E-RY ;:= :-..... Walter home. That's right folks,. From now until : :. :'.,

Georgia Red Sweet ,. ...,...- Midnight, May 21, you will receive FREE of no extra '. '.' ,'....:

KITCHEN CABINETS : frY fA : .r ..........T.... cost, a beautiful Philco Transistor when you buy' ,

Potato Draws. Check COUNTER TOPS .....,...41,. 1 &:.. any of Jim Walter's Brand NEW models. So HURRY ; 1 -.

G.E APPLIANCES :: : ::.2, ............... . Don't let this offer slip past you. I ,

with E. M. at 4, : .n.rasa. i.. -

I IIMr NOTHING DOWN 100 FINANCING! :
VICkers IInPkIIIeDECO.My ,{OM % ,


-- .. Jim Walter uses only TREATED Framing Lumber in : i'

every home. This lumber is Chemically treated with

tl1zd" '\7j \ SODIUM BI-CHROMATE and assures some'protection "",

termites and has
against an anti-stain treatment. .


,. : \ So WRITE TODAY Ask for our FREE brochure showing ,.
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TOM ADAMS 14 different models. And don't Forget! Get your /

: :!: .. letters in by Midnight, May 2i and receive FREE your

r ...... Philco Transistor. when you purchase any Jim Walter

A, we.gn8 12ooncetl VII Home. HURRY take advantage of this tremendous
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For Fine Fabrics and AH STOCK CAR RACES Let muffler and fail BUSINESS. THE E-R. "- ,-."j\

,. Y NAVACO AWNINGS ..,. ,;.
Yew Sewing MatsMcCALLSlMPUCTTY HOWERTON SUPPLY COMPANY
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TIlUNDERBOWLSPEEDWAY LATEST HITS pipe experts check your a

: PATTERNS r L P ALBUMS SPIRITUALS : : : : r ,
exhaust free!
system
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w Smith Drug Store Agricultural Flying .
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Muffler and tail
pipe Spraying-Dusting-Fertilizing_ I .'jr.FASCO
MADISON, FLORIDA "
t EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT
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1Jc'ill) (Weather Permitting) KENNEDY TO RECEIVE installed fmomy I '

DOCTORATE J '::
Time Trials 7:00 Pil ,
19c
First Race 8:00 PM ,
; Robert.A Kennedy. Instructorof DUSTS SPRAYS '
H ADMISSION $1.25 Music at North Florida Junior ';

College, has successfully completed DAVISSERVICE HOWARD MORGAN ;
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(Children Under 12 Admitted Free)I .
the final step in his doctoral pro Highway 90 West t

I MOTORCYCLE RACES gram. The Ed D degree win be STATION Phone FOrest 2-2026 '

conferred on Mr Kennedy at the ;
Beginning Sunday, May 8th LIVE FLORIDA
.... I EXCERPT FROM THE LAKE CITYEvery graduating exercises June 4, 1960.Last HU 3 601 MADISON. FLA.
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REPORTER 2nd & 4th Sunday thereafter week Mr Kennedy sucess- 'to.. I
CALL ATSPINNING May: 13. 1960
fully defended his dissertation A
AN EDITORIAL Race Time 2:00 P. M. .
History and Survey of Community I ... .,
The WHEELCASTLE By Bill Coulter Editor
AdmlsUon. 5100Location Music in Mobile Alabama.In .
The Lake Oty Reporter urges the .'"
PARK SHOPPING election of Samuel S Smith as addition to teaching music at I THE YIELD IS UP 0X SAVING AT
CENTER Judge of the Third Judicial Circuit NFJC and directing the North

Phone CH 4-2767 Valdosta, Ga. Age, health, training and determination Florida Junior College Chorus,

waHe Smith the man we Turn left S miles north of Valdosta Kennedy also teaches Spanish. The VALDOSTA FEDERAL. ,, -... '
feels the best qualified in the which he at the .. $
WOMEN'S GOLF ASSOCIATION at Mlneola, take right turns for 4 two yean spent '
Second Democratic Primary. We miles to the I U S Naval Base at Guantanamo ANNOUNONQr- -1
further feel that the judge of the Cuba 0I
has
By, provided Kennedywith
The Wor n' Golf Associationmet
Third Judicial Circuit should be
Friday, May 6th. A nag chosen by the votes of Its residents Htunderbowl Speedway first-hand knowledge of thelanguage

tournament was played in the and not by a gubernatorial appointment customs, and folk music : ::::::::.

morning with first low net going if the incumbent is lor the Spanish people.

F to Mrs Cecil Sullivan, and second physically impaired from completinghis PRESBYTERIAN CIRCLE t Mr Kennedy has had 9 years

low net to Mrs Gordon Ashley. tenure of office. Mrs Dan Griffin entertained I experience in directing church

Prizes were awarded both winners. Samuel S Smith is a young man I Presbyterian Circle No 1 Monday choirs and 8 years experience in

A delightful luncheon was served endowed. with virtue certain of extrtsordlnarypcwers. growing old. with thirteen members and one directing community choruses. He
By
by the hostesses, Mrs Gordon young during one of the darkest I visitor, Mrs H R Gladney, of U presently serving the :Methodist
Ashley and Mrs" Clyde Cantey. periods this country of ours has I Hko, Wen Virginia. Mrs Graham Church in Madison as Director of

The high-light of the day was ever known Sam Smith has more I Wheeler was devotional leader on Music. "

the Installation of the new officers: depth of maturity more compassion the Christian Home and Mrs T L I

President, Mrs Lester Register; more understanding. and more sense FraWgh presented the program on Gwdyear Tires $12,95
Vice Pres,, Mrs Joe Bevan; secretarY of fairness and sternness than ispnbsessed Church Extension Mrs Jade Wade

Mrs. Gordon Ashley, treasurer He has by defied men the decades odds his and senior.won conducted the business session, 670 x 15, All-Weather, tube-type FUNDS RECEIVED BY 10th EARN FROM THE FIRST

Mrs Bruce Bryan.A most of his life. He has taken his when plans were made for the plus tax and recappabl tire. OFFICE HOURS -
gift from the members was caae to the people of the Third,church supper. The hostess served
presented to the outgoing presi- Judicial Circuit and the people*,cake salted nuts and lemonade. MESSER MON.-TUES.-WED.-FRI. 9 AM TO A PM

dent Mrs J 'W Chason.v have liked what they have seen He THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS 9 AM "TO 12 NOON,
finished a close second In a three I BUSINESSMEN .

t 'POLIO VACCINATION CLINIC man race when most observersdidn't If you want customers every Battery & Tire Co. The New. .,
MAY 18.
WEDNESDAY give Smith a ghost of a
week in your store, tell 'em .
I dunce. I .
J Sam Smith was born and reared about it in an E-R ad every FMT Quality Furniture

!. .; ... .'/ ,.:#.41 e'r In the Third Judicial Circuit-at week. r
Pinetta in Madison County. lIe l/nioosrn
,3 grew; up close to the soil, as have man of whom Columbia County can Friri ire Appliances
r COBYKELLY'SFOR many Columbia Countiahs. lie is a be proud. The' voters of Columbia: ZENITH T-Va
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Southerner with inbred Southern County have town they want him SIMMONS & RESTONIC BEDDING Saving & Loan Association
; I merest lie was educated In Madison as their judge. We urge your vole
YOUR WATCH REPAIRING
FLOOR ; GA.
COVERING 115 N. TOOMBS VALDOSTA
Count/a .Public Schools.He and support of Samuel S Smith for ,
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Courteous Service enlisted in the U S Army prior Judge *of the Third Judicial Circuit Weis The Friendly Association BIg Enough to Serve You Small.
I Outstanding: Values .o Pearl Harbor' And waged Avar% ID' 'the Second: "Democratic Primary. Furthture. Enough To Know You
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Come in dnd' See UsKELLY'S the teeth of enemy fire Jor n\two )May 24.. MADISON, FLORIDA .... ,
(Paid political advertisement) .
I years. lie rose through the ranks \ _
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REPAIR: SHOP from buck private to Captain in -

'. MADISONBUSINESSMEN command of an Infantry ,Unit Three
times he was wounded and twice l ..Jf
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-- '. decorated for bravery." He f" .
\(, .. ... be was
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>! grew to know men as only one
tan who hat lived the cold fear tc .
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I .. or combat, the .stench ,of battlefield "
death and the love of fellow man
If want customers TIlBUJf HUHli;; I_
every
: you that makes a combat soldier rise ..
; 'week in your store, tell 'em to heroic heights to protect his

," about it in an E-R ad every I, alien comrades. and through-Chicago... '
After six years of Army ,
week war Sam Smith returned home to
build a happy life He worked his

i way through Emory University and 4t traffictothe ,
anent on to Cornell taw School to

: :' WIN with DIXIE receive his LLB. Again the odds -
: against his finishing school weretreat. tune of 21 miles .
Not only did he work for r
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Get A Bigger Yield
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he supported a
his schooling but :
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,. From Every Feel dL wife and children while doing It to the gallon! :
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.,. He established law practice .in'aldosta =- .
I in 1953 and joined the I .
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I Luke City Law firm of Brannon ..YS,
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and<< Brown in 1955. Today the firm 1 4 Working for Bumper and Auto of Illinois r r
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U known Brannon. ,, Brown. Smith Inc., ten 1960 Chevrolet pickups .. ,
I & Norris. battle Chicago traffic day after day. '
Sam resides with his wile Rose Each truck averages about 2,000 miles ;;"' '*

end five children on Hillside a month In this wearing stop-and-start ;,
y.t Drive. The Smith children-three : delivery service Mr. Harry Hotter 0 : .

boys and two girls-range in age General Manager of S if' II TruckLeasing \ '. f\
LL L-I frnm 14 to 4 years Four of his .. : p who leases the trucks to the "
children attend public schools in bumper firm, reports We provide .L

o'umbla) County. Sam is a member 3 full maintenance on the trucks-gas, -

t of the Christian Church. -m oil and everything else-so it pays us .
rI Columbia County attorneys have to know lust where tee stand on cost,.,
.ti shown their confidence in Sam Smith And our records show that the '60Chevies
electing him president of the J
by are giving us as much as 21
I Columbia County Bar, the youngestin
milts per gallon with an average '.'
the organization's history. ii' of better than 17 miles per gallon.
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He is a healthy energetic young u.1___ -_..- i Mister these are our kind of trucksr .
in
man with courtroom experience -
-- Truck owners have good things tosay
all typees of civil and criminal : about all And Whenthey're .
Chevy
engines.
the i .
cases He is familiar with a4 "
not talking about Chevrolet:
of northern legal minds.
XTM*ttenfrepOMto workings '
I and telling
they're
tarry tte btg tU* He knows and loves the South and performance economy I
?cN b.oldl Dicer to you how great that new Torsion-
its people. He is not a man .
Ride is. How it soaks road
become ensnared by overlooking Spring np ''''.
1 j F) IN DlXlt f ,' legal entanglement in his rulings. shock and vibration. Protects fragile

t tI iI lIe Is not a man to stand by and loads.: Lets you run at faster,safe speeds
SOUTHERN I NITROGEN CO see his'home's way of life tumble a* va a to get more work done in a day.<< Drive

long as a legal foothold remains. torsion-spring Chevy soon.WeH rest

I Sara Smith Is::m talented young our case on that one ride. ,

The tatfei b Ctarjft famous TWRmafcr 6! .
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When
I buying ycurNewsboys. 2S in. Heavy Duty Rotary BUSINESS. THE E.R.

it' .... IIIII. Mrs R S Williams Jr attendeda .
o E-R from KEEP UP WITH
POLITICS
Power Motors meeting in Ormond Beach recently -
where she was made trea IN THE E-R
that
"' _1 ts lilt'" IS Please DO NOT park In the $59.95EASY surer of the Presbyterian Synodi-
street and make your newsboy run I
cal of Florida.
... out Into the street to make a nJe. Goodyear Farm Tractor
Kindly pull over to the curb. TERMS
DoItYowrself Our newsboys have instructions TIRESLarge
to STAY OUT of the streets, and Messer BatteryCompany& "fire WE ARE HEADQUARTERS
RENT AFastFeaner we will appreciate your co-cperat- stock, priced right
inc with us AND THEM for FOR MAJOR AP
ybr d I THEIR SAFETY. Thank you very
L Messer
mud Battery
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u 'y4Y PLIANCES. WESTERN

.r .,', ',.r ; We BIRTHDAY PARTY & Tire Co.
( t.. ';' are headquarters AUTO.
a. Ernie Pace, son of Jfr and Mrs
:j.. ...'.,1Jr.-... (for Major Appliuces. : E M Pace celebrated his 9th birth
". ;" day Wednesday, May 11th, with a '
1 1r wiener roast at his home. Guests Hm'sttfrtariiyfip.
.-.: WESTERN AUTOI were twenty boy friends of the
v
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. ""r Beach in renewing for the home. grills, and various outdoor .
paper, sends his best wishes and games were played. Bubble gum with a mortgage
good luck for.the Enterprise-Re and mint sticks were favors. Ernie
corder. received many nice gifts. Individual If you have a mortgage on your home,the bank naturallysees
cakes topped with a tiny candle to it that you protect the loan with insurance. Protesting '
''J TOWJNSEND; MARTIN were served with the supper the unmortgaged part (the part you've already*
paid for) is also your responsibility.Are you protecting}
... Mr and Mrs H E Townsend Fir a progressive this important investment,too?GUI.us t today for.a cor.
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of Madison Florida announce pile property insuranceMORROW : chectul, _

,rat*<*tol\j .the f engagement*'marriage andjrapproaching of their county, vote for Lamar Jtit-
ur Rugs daughter LATEST HITS INSURANCE AGENCY
Miss Betty Townsend Andrews for
County
L P ALBUMS SPIRITUALS
And UpholsteryPhone George W.toPic Martin III 108 W. Pinckney. Telephone HU 3-6250Y
HU 3-23S3: son of Mr and Mrs George W Smith Drug Store I Commissioner.
1'rtln, Jr of Greenville Florida Coftfrifty Ofoup "
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3T.2t pald Pol. Advt. 1brandnew Gpnu nrtrrt Hartford "
, Miss MADISON. FLORIDA
Western Auto Store Townsend is a member of ------ ----- ....
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the 1960 graduating: class of Madi- .
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MADISON. FLA.BUSINESSMENDon't Pfc. Martin is a graduate of .
Greenville High School and is now
let your in the U S Army at Fort Benning, Now a ,
customers forget" you! Keep 'em
reminded with low-cost... ,oWMAF r Ga."The '.
wedding will take place Sunday -
top quality
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afternoon, at the home of the bride's R

Quality Furniture parents.No RAMBLER 'Yr.
invitations are bclng"aent, but {r
all friends and relatives of the i
Frigklaire Appliances couple are invited. ::
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FRIDAY MAY 20lh, 1960 __ THE ZNTE8PBIS1-REOORDER. MADISON, FLORIDA PAGE FIFTEEN ;,

Mr and Mrs Jack Sale of Fifth and sixth grade band w'3
Vote For I
Guaranteed Blountstown ""ereisitors here I bets were entertained with tr

OLD TIRES I daring the weekend. Mrs J C I I swimming party and picnic supu
GROYERC.CONE USED APPLIANCES
Black who bad been visiting them I per the past week at the home..of:

I accompanied them here. Mrs Leila Gibson. ,, .:I,
Commissioner I _
County
ARE UNSAFE
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REFRIGERATORS
':., .. J OUR FRATERNAL ; ,
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., Spring Tire Sale is now going District AND I LIFE PROTECTION

on-Come in and get your set .. i

of Firestone Tires.' Now at a MadisonCounty, Fk -iI I
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,. ., great savings. .

j Services for-J W Gibstn Western Auto StoreI I OFFERSLESS '

Funeral services for John Woodrow
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: Gibson 47. who died Thursday .::::::: ------- I .
morning in a Jadcroa use hospital, ,! OUR BUSINESS is helping YOUR i
were held at 2 p. m. Saturday atSneads BUSINESS. THE E R.
Fla* in the residence,of FRATERNITY'S
FAMILY
his mother, Mrs J W Gibson, Sr, CONSmUCIlONNew oxen04, THE

SERVICE STATION with the the Sneads Rev James Methodist Morris,church pastorof and Remodeling I I ( )WOODMEN (OF) THEWowj}

officiating. Interment in
Sneads
7Itm 4on". JZ affd r HU3-660U cemetery. Pallbearers was were Stanley Hiwertoa Supply Co.I i ,o LIFE INSURANCE SOCIETY
HaH and B J Strickland of Jacksonville I I \ J1.Q.Mt.OnuE:.UU '1mIlI1IlU1!...Omaha It.""" .
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; Nelson Herndon and Otis;
Hodnctt, of Madison, and B E
dance Down South In Mexico, in: Best Qucrlified-By -
diaries
Annual and Robert D Oldham of
May FeteAdkfdAffar costume. The fifth graders in Hartsville, Tenn.
colorful costume did the traditional Mr Gibson was born in Sneads.
:May Pole Dances, one of the but had resided in Madison for a
prettiest features of the pageant, number of years where he was
and the 6th grade in costume engaged in the Umber and lumber

Miss Susan McCoy, popular High complete with leis gave the sacred and fling turpentine and other business interests., cotton lieas gin

School senior and daughter of Mrs Hawaiian Dance; the 8th grade also owners-manager of Hotel Madison ;yes
,Dorothy McCoy, of Cherry Lake, did a colorful American folk dance, and of the People's Cold Storage
was crowned Queen of ,Madison's and Madison High School Glee Plant and Mary Carter paint,
'thirty-seventh Annual May Festival Club brought the pageant to store at Madison. He was a member' ..
last Friday afternoon with all the climax with the singing of This of the Madison Presbyterian church. .P
accompanying pageantry of the Is My Country. Francis Williams Survivors are his mother, Mrs JW
traditional occasions. Johnny announced the program. Gibson. Sr of Sneads; a sister,
many Park Mr D W McCown; two daughters,
John Booths in Confederate :
and Mrs
Plant son of Mr Betty Jean and Jane Gibson, anda
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Henry Plant, also of the High nearby held cakes, sandwiches and son Johnny Gibson Madison;
School Senior class, was her escort cold drinks. two nieces. Miss Martha McCown
and King. LUNCHEON MEETING and Miss Carolyn McCown, both of
Miss Robbie Cruce was mai-oi- The Wfln Phillips Circle met Sneads; two nephews, John William
honor to the Queen and her escort Tuesday at noon for a covered McCown. The Citadel Charleston. .
I S C, and Guy McCown student at
Flower girls ,
Donnie Floyd.
e was dish luncheon meeting with the Richmond Professional Institute
were Joan Wetherington and Cindy, chairman Mrs Charles Groover Richmond, Va.
a Flemming, and crown bearer was with eleven members present Mrs Madison friends going to Sneadsto
tTommy Surles. Train bearers were Lu Harvey of Lake City was a attend the services included )(rand C J
Scanlan McCain, Bill Raines, Ran- visitor. Mrs Bill Smith Otis Hodnett ,.
dy Rutherford and Wayne "Watt Mrs Carl Sewell gave the mission Miss Christine Sasser. Jaclf Wade,
Attendants of the Queen and her lellSOl'L Mr and Mr T C Gibson Nelson

court were Louise Brown John
Mercer LaVerne Brown Randall FLYING ANTS I MRS CLARK DIES
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I Buchanan Joan .Barker Jimmy;
Mrs I E Clark of Starke FU,
Stokes, Annell Ragans, Sandy Har- MAY, BETERMITES f &
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dee, Joyce Saw, Donnie King, I,former! resident of Madison, passed / ... -
,., 1 away in a Starke Hospital Friday
Pepera
Martha Selman, Tommy
April 29. Funeral services were held
Loredo Medders; Jolene Hammock, a* ** 3H- >?" >* ;
Monday, May 2, in Starke. Mr
Hicks,* Janie
Ann Massey Freddie
I IClark was a. Section foreman in L'a
Wigelsworth, Jesse Wlgelsworth.une
Billle"West Madison for several years for the
J Ragans, Don Davis
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Seaboard railroad. *
Duayne DuVl, Jean "'Zipperer -
James Conway Elizabeth
Scotty Woolcy., Wanda I Mr and Mrs John Dovjtk have A
r Smith. Teena 'returned from Lyons, Ills where
Melvin Wells, ORKINCal1
Williams I I they made an extended visit with
Bunker, Charles Armstrong, Joy
their daughter and family.
Gossman, Maury Blalock Betty .
Jean Harris. Ronald Bass, Barbara 3-4340: Talla-
Hiers, Billy Rutherford, Margaret Collect hassee G-E AppliancesHowerton s
:Ann Walker, Billy Hart, Linda
Smith Sonny Arnold, Carole Hut- WOR Q. $ It/AI:{ ESJ' Supply Co.

to Joe Brown Hendry, Carmen ..'
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L" Buckhalt Brinson and and Nickie Justo Ulloa Strickland., Linda How is the time for all smart families to get !JL! on Valiant' wagons I
COURT
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Diane Hancock daughter of Now:! is the time for all smart families to get ou 1 dteaj, on Valiant sedans

Queen Mrs LaMoyne of the Elementary Hancock reigned School.as Now is the time for all smart families; to get otu? Seai! on Valianton wagons_ '

Her King and escort was Mrs Robert Randy Now Is the time for all smart! families to get our deal! Valiant sedans '..
Mickler, son of Mr and
Tickler Florence Coody was maid-' Now isNow the -timethe for all smart families to get our deal dh Valiant wagons

of-honor and her escort was Ken- k is: time: :: for all smart families to get our deal on Valiant sedans

Walker. II1UI f i1JIJII.
The 19CO May pageant was one Now is the time' for all smart families to get our deal on Valiant .
of the most colorful in the history, ; ; i J.Ii1i; :'.,"
I of Madison May day celebrations.It Now is the time for all smart families to get our deal on Valiant sedans
Madison I I I) II 111 S ". .
by the 5
Woman's was sponsored Club as has been the Now Is the time for all smart families to get our deal on Valiant wagonsJP .' .

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with the { "
its inception
custom since '."
features of entertainment producedby j :. ::!
schools and kindergartens '
the ;> .tV
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directed by Mrs Alice Brown. Mrs i'"
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James Copeland, Mrs W T Coody ",\,fjif/F'I1w
and Mrs E P Sanders -Jr, with Mrs ':
Albert Coody accompanist for ,1-.: t
musical features and dances. "Jar

The lovely young queen and her fo<,,:t-t''!!},..,:.,.

court viewed the pageantry from east ... ,5-.
her throne chair on the .
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with entrance her to maids the ,court all house gowned and stn lss.Idw .' \ :Now is; ';time,.all right! Right now:-today} we (the guys' !

white andpastel: formals, and their'escorts o'T f,r .' who sell'Valiant)aWpulling! out all stops to put more J Valiants /,

beauty and presented gaiety.a The scene Queen of wore rare ( on, the:road' How are we doing it? By making this. car

the traditional white with regal awfully easy I for you to own. We have a fine stock of Valiants..

train"Around and crown The World"of spring with flowers.Miss' Sedans. ..Wagons.Vvc got 'cm all and in*I all colors t .

Jean's Kindergarten took the *,* ."too. :The,Y'rc'equipped exactly the way you want L.;
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courtiers and the hundreds of (
q, Mot'h
'cm too.Ve'r because
spectators to Greece, Japan. Scotland tra.din' big- (like Old

Holland. Mexico, France, % Hubbard) our used car "cupboard" is a little bare. So come

Germany Switzerland, ,Ireland Canada, and Spain,Americain India on in. Bring the' family. Pick your Valiant: sedan t 'or wagon. ,1.'"' ..

; r Pick color. Choose optional equipment: pushbutton automatic Me r : .I I
their costumed dances andsongs.The : ., r your your ; : .
Playhouse Kindergarten featured .., t> ,transmission. or sporty straight stick. Radio. Heater. Trim. w,' t :; ,ri'. .':

the America's traditional new*Honolulu State Hawaiiwith dancein f:., liI, Take? it for a drive. Get the ftel of t h.I. an d its room # z : ....,.hi., ""'< :...
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native costume Band, in and-costume.a skit onMcKamara's ".. (including the big trunkS e'l give you the keys and let Valiant give you Valian; ::'J:

The Elementary 1st grade gave its own brand of sales talk. Come in now Where \\e'rc listed below.! #I": .
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an Irish song Wearing The Green, 01;., .
and the 2nd graders depicted the Y

children of Holland in picturesque....... J '
costume; the 3rd grade gave an r. a RAGAN.S MOTOR CO
American folk dance in typical
pioneer American dress; the 4th ..
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DISTRICT 4-H CONTEST
:A preaching service/ every; Sunday 118 N. Orange St Phone IIU 3-6335 NEWHOMES I THINKING

WE WELCOME YOU A preaching: Service every Sunday MEETINGS: ,"
District III 4-H Contests in
lit and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. nt, morning Bible Study: Wednesday 7:30 P. }L pub
2nd and 4tE"Sundays .7130.: p. i'' 1 t'nd 3rd Sundays 10:00'im Service Meeting: Friday 7:30 P. M. WOULD YOU BUILD A NEW lie speaking tractor driving and ABOUT MOREINSURANCE
a. m. HOME ON YOUR LOT OR
Sunday School, each 2nd and 4th Sundays 11:00 Ministry School: Friday 8:30 P. M. ACRE electric lamp making were held *
.II' n. No '
Sunday at. '10:00 a!,m. Sunday School' every Sunday.1st a Watchtower Bible Study. Money Down Check These! In quincy reteiiUy{ with 4-H Club ?

Prayer k 'Service each* **. ,- and 3rd Sundays 11-00 a, m Sunday 7:30 P. M. 5SHJJSNOT3 boys from Gadsden. Wakulla. Leon,

Wednesday '8:00.p.in. 2nd' and 4th Sundays 10.00 a, a., Kingdom Seekers Welcome. No. 1 FLOORING. NOT No. 2 Jefferson* Taylor and Madison

Family ,Night covered Family Night Covered Dish Supper No Collection Taken. No. 1 SIDING. NOT No. 2 Counties participating

dish supper. Friday Friday night after *ecoi d Sunday, 2xS FLOOR JOISTS NOT 2xg Herbert Morgan of Leon County;
before 1st Sunday,* '.:" 7:30 p. rn. every month'promptly at 7:00 p. tn.' ADVERTISERS'' Please let TERMITE SHIELDS demonstrated expert skill in operating

oman', Society"' K of"* ": Woman's Society, of .Christian Ser us have your ADS' by TUES ft tractor and was declared

Christian Service vice 'meets on'Monday night after I DAY NOON. THANKS. THE CRESOTE ALL SILLS AND first place winner in the tractor

'meet.. Thursday after .' third Sunday at 7:30 p. m. E-K. FLOOR JOISTS driving contest

1st Sunday \?,;8:00 p. m., The Methodist Hen's Club meetiaiternatety :anne Trice as others that use No. 2 Irwin Vim of Madison Countywas .
Methodist Men's Club meets .
Material and Three Sills
... alternately with Rocky. I with Cherry Lake en SUNDAY PROGRAM SCHEDULEW ; victorious in the public speak.

Snrinrs 'Tuesday after, Tuesday after the 4th .Sunday" M A F Up To 10 Years To Pay ing1 contest and was awarded a

4th Sunday 8:00 n. m. 8:00 p. In. REMODEL AND ADDITIONS permanent trophy which was provided -

Official Board meets 1st Wednesday '(The Official Board meets each 7:30 A. M Gospel Murie' Get by V M Folsom of Madison.
prices and specifications from
each even timbered' month I" month following the supper on 8.00 7:53 News The Rest Then You Will Buy i Vim spoke on the subject. **Wha4H
Hour
servfce.Cnmmisslon Baptist
tflfr prayer Family Night
8:30 From Sparks Best Can Do For You'The .
Gospel Music
on Education meets PC, 1C. ROWELL S. S. Supt. 9-00 Revival lamp making contest was
TIme
Jrt Wedneaday' each odd numbered MRS. W. W.. CATLEDGE Treas. Our Satisfied Customers Are Our
930 Gospel Concert won by the representative of Taylor -
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nfte'r yervfce.JAMR .
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toionth :
nmypr a B. DAVIS, PASTOR GREATEST Asset .
.. 10:00 News County. r
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<5 SURLES. HARRY M.' Lee Methodist Charge IQfO Sunday Serenade Write Approximately fifty 4-H Club

COCOTUN. As t'.. 10:45 Prelude to Worship members. County Agents, and "
REV.
E W McDOUGAL. Pastor *
C. B. DAVIS. Pastor LEE METHODIST CHURCH 11:00 Morning Worship Sparks Best Homes visitors from the six counties in
12:00 News Ci\
Preaching1st the district attended. A District : ra J
12:15
Afternoon Melodies
FIRST RAT 7T,4; CHURCH
4-H Council
and 3rd Sundays 1225 News MADISON, FLORIDA I III meeting -
GREENVILLE FLA. "the*
fdllowing
was held arid
!ftitnrTflv S'' ww l 10:00 A. M. 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. l.-OO Afternoon Melodies j r : : >-
KomTne Wnrhip" 11:OA A. M. Sunday School Every 1:30 Afternoon Melodic officers were elected for the corning -

Bantlst Training Course *'4S P. M. Sunday -...,,,....,,,, 10:00 a. ra 1:40 Serenade la Blue 'I years C. E. QUICK !

-="\**m'ng Worship _.._ 7:**0 P. )t. Methodist Youth Fellowship 1:55 News PresidentHines Boyd, Jefferson

Prayer Meeting Wed. .7:30 P. ')f. 6:00 n.- m 2:00 Hour of Decision WILLIS RECORDING County; Secretary-Herbert Mor Rt 3-6168 BOX 292'

.. : BOB SEARCY. Sunday School Supt 233 Musical Sunday can Leon County: and' Reporter MADISON. FLORIDA

HANSON METHODIST' CTTTURCHJre HICKORY GROVE CHURCH 225 News Irwin Ulm, Madison County.SinithCorona

rh!...., Sendee1 every F1r t Preaching 2nd and 4th Sundays 3:00 Musical Sunday i STUDIO This Gulf Life agent can tell

,and Third Sunday ,11:00 A tt.nd 11:30 am and 7:30 pm 326 News you bow with Adapt-A-

.. 7:00 P. M, Sunday School every, Sunday 4:00 Hit Panda adding Plan your insurance is
MOVING-GOING OUT OF
Sunday School every, Sundav 10:30 am 425 News adaptable. For example a
5:00 Music At Sundown BUSuSALe family income plan can also -
1 10:30 A. MJPVtmtlv r
PINE
% GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH Wines
.. Night Saturday beforeFverv S:30 Headlines A Weather 45 RPMs .' typewriters provide substantial retIrement

w<*ond Sunday 4:00 P. M. 5:33 Sign Off 3.98 LPs .:3// Income. Give hima
Preaching every Sunday PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO and cash call today!
REV. C, M. SAPPINGTON, Pastor 438 LP-s _: registers. '
Sunday School 10:00 A. M CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE 538 IP's 4.22 !

. nOPEWT.T.'L BAPTIST cmmrw Morning Worship ._ 11:00) A. M. '

crmdRV School .....w.. 10-OO A. MWornfmr Sunday Evening BTU 6:30 P. M. Daily Program Schedule SCOTCH TAPES The Termites Swarming? "

l Worship .._._ 11'00 A.. M.ItantM Evening Services ....,_ 7:30 P. M. 1SOO ft plastic extra play 3.SO .
Trann! Union fi'-Vl; P. M Prayer Meeting Wede sday CALL I
ft Tartan
Series
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TRr: nfnir. Worship 7:30 Evening ':00 P. M. 1200 ft all-purpose 2.2S BurkeExtenninating
6:00 A.1L On
Hficf-wwk Pn-v. cervtno 7:30 P. M. W B SEALS, S S Superintendent Sign

Prnfherhood last Thursdayof J ARTHUR CRUCE Training Union 6:02 Fla. F trn Hr. RADEC 1200-ft high fidelity 1.25 i
6:25 World News \
& State
ach month at ..:.... 750 P. M.WMU Director Co.
1.30 Fla Farm Hour Give me an offer on the following! ELECTRIC' 10-KEY
second and fntj hTndv
, every 7:30 run. ERNEST CURE, Minister 6:45< Rudy Bamridc ADDING MACHINES Phone 293-J Perry. Florida
lien Wed. Frt Sheet and book music 3 and 5-in
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_ NEW TO 655 World News empty reels splicing tape, timing VICTOR '. ..... .... $171.00
T IT D'wtor HOME
f' mfMV T.AMB. n BAPTIST CHURCH 7:00 State New leader. Each or all at your price. s COUNTER TOPS
REV. LEWIS D. HUGHEN Pastor Come Worship With Us BURROUGHS .. .. 209.50
. Sunday School 7:05 Coffee With Ray TED WILLIS
10:00 A. ILMorning
WELCOME TO 7:45 World News CLARY .. .. .. ...... 225.00 S G-E APPLIANCES
I Worship 11:00 A. M. 40-1 N E Hancock IIU 36827BUSINESSMEN
",rr. OLIVE BAPTIST C URCI'I Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M 7:50 State News ODHNER .. ... .... 259.50 KITCHEN CABINETS
: Sunda. School........... 10:00 A. M Evening Worship _.. 1:30 P. M. 755 Weather News
8:00 Coffee with Ray TOTALIA .. .. .. .. .. 259.00
Morning Worship ........ 11:00 A. )f. Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. M.
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Training Union .... 6:30 P. M.: Brotherhood 4th Friday 1:30 P. M. 9:00 Morning Devotions Don't let your plus fed. and state tax. i II

Evenlnjr, Worship ........ 7:30 P. M.Praver .I Jack Pickles ....w.,. S. S. Supt 9d5 Musical Inttriode customers forget you! Keep 'em

Meeting .._......-... 7.30 P. ){. Sun Andrews B. T. U. Director 9:30 Music Unlimited reminded with low-cost ads on THEENTERPRISERECORDER
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10.-00 .News
Church Business' Meeting: First REV. ELDRIDGE LYONS, Pastor -
10:05 Music Unlimited
V dnesdav night of eath month "- BEGCS-NAUCHTON HU 36361Georgia
CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST 10:30 Music Unlimited We
Second
Brotherhood and W.M.U. CHURCH 11:00 **' Music Unlimited REHEARSAL SUPPERMr are headquartersfor
Thursday nleht of each month. *
reaching Services Every Sunday Preaching! Services every Sunday 11:15 Public Smite -
11:30 Record Session and Mrs T J Bcggs Jr entertaIned Major Appliances.
Com Wonth.tn With Us. Morning Service 11:00 A. M. '
12:00 World News the Beggs-Naughton wedding
REV. DOZIER SAPP. Pastor Evening Service 8:00 P. M. .
Sunday School every Sunday at 1:15 PM. Noontime Notes rehearsal party Friday evening WESTERN AUTO

.- LEE BAPTIST CHURCH 10:00 A. M. 12:30 Talk Of The Town with a supper. A buffet menu was PLATE GLASS-/ i

REV. L T. CARTER.. Pastor BTU Every Sunday at 5:45 P. M. 12:40 Uncle Ned served forty-five guests. ,

Services every Sunday Prayer Meeting every Wednesday 12:45 State News Assisting the hosts were their Compaap / ROTARY CLUB
Sunday School 10.-00 A M at 8:00 P. M.Brotherhood. 1250 Farm News -
Mrs Wallace of
tt. "" daughters, Winter GLASS -
.. Morning orthip '*.... Training Union _. ......... 7:00 P. M. i mon LTI rI t'Everybody 1| 1:00 -... Kmbniy Hit Parade Ocala Mrs Ralph Reddick of GLASS BLOCK The Rev Paul Touchton was
Evening Worship 8:00 P. M. I Welcome. *i SS News acksonville, and Mrs Ashley Beggs MSRROXS guest speaker at the Rotary Club,

- Player W eting.-Wcd. 7:30 P. M I REV. J. It. COLLINS, Pastors: Gospel Time and Mrs Turner Davis and Mrs i Wednesday and gave the history;
2 Public Service Carl KarstedL of the Rotarian magazine which
;J: MOSELEY HALL BAPTIST MAD1l l-O1fUA U-:' $c CHRIST 2:6 trmooa Melodies INFORMAL DANCE 215 W. Savannah Ave.
Phone CHERRY began as a pamphlet in 1911, and
: % :sm.VaJdosta.
CHURCH .
701 South Range 2 4 & State News
Thomas John Beggs III has into
a grown a magazine witha
ftEV, JACK LAMB Pastor !Sunday Bible Study _. ,0:00 A. M I. Afternoon Melodies Georgia
entertained the bridal circulation of
400,000
B. R Sapp Chairman Board of Lord's Supper and 3:45Public Service groomsman copies.
Deacons. Edification _- 110 A M. 400 lews party and wedding guests withan FOLEY LAWN MOWERSBRICCSSTRATI'ON Mr R T Cornelius was a visitor..

rally Bailey ..:.w, B.T.U. Director I Sunday Evening Service 7:30 P. M. 405 Request Parade Informal dance at the Country MOTORS Also guest of the Club were

Leroy Cruse Associate, Director :Wednesday Evening 455 World & State News Gob Friday night following the re 10 per cent Down Payment I I,Misses Carol Hutto and GeraldIne I

Leroy Cruse ,,,,,., :,,,;., S. &: Supt. Services .........- -_. 7:30 P. M ':00 Request Parade hearsal. HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. Holley, of the High School
Miss Merle Bas -. Song Leader C:45 Sports Highlights,

Mrs Juanita Cruse __ Pianist NEW HOPEFUL ,,:00 World News L -
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Sunday School 10:00 A. M. MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 6:15 Twilight Tunes

.. Morning Worship __ 11OO.A. M. ''Services every first *nd third 655: News ,DONT GAMBLE WITH NATURE

Training Union 7:00 P. M Sundays at 11 a, nu and 8:00 p. m. 7:00 Sign Off .

Evening Worship 8:00 P. M. Sunday School every Sunday 10.00 PROGRAMS SUBJFX TO ,

Prayer Meeting Wed. 730 P. .M. sv mwTraining CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE : BUYCROP

Just as I am without one plea' : Union every Sunday) 7:00 : ,I .

Reeardlcsi'of your dothes p.m. .: .
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Home REV. W. T. RYCROFT. Pastor DayAiNktwithIIaMic ".
condition Whether cotton.

church spun. You service.are (welcome' In our I' BEULAH Welcomes BAPTIST You CHURCH :; : Hail Insurance... I <' : .


MADISON CHURCH OF COD Services, Every Sunday I
Sunday School 10:00 A. M REV CARL V. IVEY. Pastor DtsctmfMt? \
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J To'.Tbe. ;1 iPebpIe Of -The Third Judicial Circuit: installation SNOW '.: OLD TIRES

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k Tire Sale is
MATTIE RILEY Spring now going

on-Come in and get your set,

Mattie RIley, age 41, died at of Firestone Tires. Now at a
her home in Madison Sunday, May
I great savings.
HAL W. ADAMSCIRCUIT 15th, after an extended illness. She
was born in Brooks County. Geor-

gia and had lived here for 35

I year -

Survivors are one son five sis-
JUDGE
., ten, three brothers and a number : DAVISSERVICE
of other relatives.

1; ,THIRD JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT I Funeral services will be held I
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l .11 at 2:00 p m Saturday May 21st
T .1' i
1 !in the Mt Zion AME Methodist STATION

I Church. Burial will follow in Oak

The people of the Third Judicial Circuit by their vote in the first primary on May Ridge cemetery with Clifford StaQ- uPdcm-,2j

3rd. have shown they do not want any change in the office of Circuit Judge, for worth manager of Beggs Colored I ,

out of 25,471 votes cast for Circuit Judge, I came within a comparatively small vote Funeral Home, In charge. .

of being elected by a majority over both of the other candidates. I am genuinely .oc GIRLS AUXILIARY IS YOUR ORGANIZATION hold

and deeply grateful for this 'fine _support given to by CORONATION SERVICE trig a rally, having a fund-raising
me so many people in each GuaranteedUSED drive selling cookies throwing a
county of the Circuit. -
catfish supper or promoting an
In service of the
APPLIANCES an Impressive entertainment? If so. play it cool
You all know my record of service, for it is written in the court records, and Girl's Auxiliary at the First Baptist and promote it with low-cost spot
church May 11, Miss Sharon ads WMAF and in THE E-R.
is also within the knowledge of ,the hundreds of jurors with whom I have been associated REFRIGERATORS Wilder was promoted to Queen- on

In court work, and of'the hundreds of citizens who have been present at court Wllh-A-Sccpter and Miss Sherry

terms or other hearings and proceedings incident to the administration of court AND Woodard and Miss Helen Smith, Paulk, Beth Kennedy, Shirley'

business. It,is also imprinted in the minds and hearts of' hundreds of people whomI Queens of G A.LadiesInWaiting. Pidgeon, Sheldon Tomlinson. Gloria -
Gay, LaVerne Ragans, Ann
have been able to help by the exercise of sympathetic consideration in their time WASHERSWestern I were Martha Russell, Linda McCullough, Betty
Susan Weger, Judy Barber,
of trouble, and at the same time serve the real purposes of the law in so doing. Rowe, Bevis, Connie Worthington, Jackie
,Susan Selman and Ruth Tomlin-
I Cooper. Candy Kinsey and Anna
son, Abe KInsey was crown bearer;
Before I became Circuit Judge I was in the active practice of the law in the Auto StoreNWWNVWWWUVWV Mary Ann Bellflower. Karen Swift Smith. Debbie Stafford was the

Circuit Court and also represented clients in numerous cases in the State Supreme and Brenda Woodard were flower Scepter bearer in the crowning

Court during a period of almost nineteen years, and during these years I had rightat : girls; Peggy dark was sword ceremony of the Queen-of-the-

twelve and a half years of judicial experience as County Judge of Lafayette Coun- FARM BUREAU g1cr bearer and Van Russell was bu. dark scepter.,. Jimmy Ushers Davis were and William Bobby

ty. .Without any intent to be boastful, I feel that my years of experience and almost Maidens were Jean Massey Faye I Kinsey.

daily study of the law and its application fully qualify me to perform all the The Madison-County Farm Massey. Patricia Ragans Judy I I "Our Star Ideals" was the topic

duties of a Circuit Judge. Bureau has met the Quota set for Pickles Cheryle Sutton Barbara oils talk by Rev J T Barber.

2960 and has exceeded it by some '" .
I hope you all can see your way clear to give me the benefit of your good help 20 members.

.and. support in the second primary to be held on May 24th. The Directors are Interested in
the Rural Telephone Service Project

which they are sponsoring!

) Your friend,


HAL W. ADAMS

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THEODORE HAMPTON
J AUCTION AUCTION AUCTION
I THIGPENReOpened
'" WATCHES JEWELRY
Theodore Hampton, age 82, died
UCTIOHl at his home in the Mosely Hall Boy's or Girl's

> o Community, Friday, May 13th, STATION
< z after an extended illness. He wasa
BASE 41 SHELBY
: life long resident of Madison STSSTANDARD

t Saturday, May 28 at 2:00: P. M. County.daughters.He Alma is J survived Mingo by of Sanford two.

x io > and Janie Coleman of Cedar-

53 RESIDENTIAL LOTSo Vile, N J; four sons. Wade and BIRD -HOME SOLD

s z Theodore Jr, both of Madison, L Wllmer Strickland has purchased
f H: of Jacksonville and Peter of the Joseph Bird home on East Dade ria:
Perry Florida
:: New York City; 21 grandchildrenand street and with Mrs Strickland and aa
one greatgrandchild.Funeral I two small sons, Archie and Ricky,
services will be held will take possession June 1st. Pearl! Necklaces
0 PARKWAY
SUBDIVISION c Mr and Mrs Joseph Bird and
Sunday, May 22nd at 2 p m In I Pearl Rings
children, Joe and Betsy, are movIng -
o Wigginsville Baptist Church. Burial Diamond Pendants
( on East College Street to Auburn, Ala.Let's I
Extension
will follow in the church cemetery I

and State Road No. 361-Across from with Clifford Stallworth, managerof -

High School Beggs Colored Funeral Home'in SWANK GIFT SETS

zo > charge. Go CUFF LINKS
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SALE ON PROPERTY'A o TIEPINS '

Lamar Andrews will take a Deep Sea -x
PEN & PENCIL SETS
Close In .' countyWideiew of problems

Close toEverything if elected County Commissioner. FISHING

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FOR MADISON COUNTY.IN .
I ucno AYCAE3H AUCTION AUcnON CHANCERY. DINNER RINGSBIRTHSTONE

Sam Ashley, Plaintiff r ; L RINGS
COMPLIMENTING BRIDE
-ELECT vs.
G-E AIiarcesowerEoll Rosa Green Ashley Defendant CAMERAS JEWEL CASES
DIVORCETO
Miss Ruth
Sims bride-elect of
: Rosa Green Ashley, residenceand TRANSISTORS
June: was complimented with two
Charming parties Saturday. Supply( Co. You address are hereby unknown notified that aBU RADIOS

Mrs R C Dickinson and Mrs Ashley Fraleigh of Complaint for Divorce has
Charles Hembree were hostesses at Mrs L R Sanders of of Tallahassee Lake City been filed against you and you are 65 Feet Lone
a coffee Saturday morning at Mrs and Mrs R S Williams in of I required to serve a copy of your 18 Feet Wide
Dickinson's home complimenting Ocala. I Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Snack Bar
complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney

Hiss Sims Guests Included the LUNCHEON COMPLIMENTING
families bridal R E Cowart whose address CHARTERS MONDAY
attendants and, MISS SIMS
outof.town1sitors.. is Madison, Florida and file the
I Mrs Joe Bevan and Mrs J P origins answer or Pleading in the THROUGH FRIDAY BILLFOLDSFRENCH
Easter lilies oak hydrangea:Johnson Miss office of the Clerk of
complimented Ruth the Circuit Leaves Dock 7:30 A. M. BILLFOLDS
Queen Anne's lace and other Court and for ,
in Madison
Sims
II popular bride-elect with a County Returns 5 to f P. M. -
spring flowers were used to decorate lovely luncheon Saturday at 1:00 Florida on or before the 20th day -.
the rooms. The dining table o'clock at Mrs Bevan's home. of June A. D. 1960. If you fail Trips Open To Individuals ,i' :
was spread' with an Italian cutwork to do so. Decree Pro Confesso will t
Roses, Easter lilies, oak hydrangea SaturdaysSundayHolidaysX5.04 S &H Green Stamps
cloth and was centered witha be entered ap.1nst'OU for the relief
and other spring flower were demanded In the Bill of
white of ComplaintThe
arrangement mums used in the decorative plan. Enterprise-Recorder Is hereby PER PERSON
daisies, lilies and Queen :Anne's W.
Luncheon was served twelve designated as the newspaper la Wayne Weger
Lace.Mrs guests. Miss Myrtle Morse of I which said order shall be publishedonce
Fred JIardee and Mrs A E
Pin ta. Mrs L R Sanders, of I a week for four consecutive Capt Bud Taylor
Fraleigh poured, and other friends weeks.
Lake
City Mrs Edith Bevan and
assisted as hostesses. Miss Audrey Newman of Tallahassee Witness ay hand and official seal STEINHATCHEE, FLA. JewelerPHONE
The honoree received a handsome -! bridal this 18th day of May A. D. 1960.
PHONE
see attendants were :
silver platter as''a gift from DALE M LESLIE, Clerk Or-
among the guests. The hostesses cult Court. Cro.a City HY-SJ423
I 3-2330 MADISON FLORIDA
the hostesses. HU
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their honoree of Chinain
I I gave gifts (SEAL)
'Out-of-town guests included !.In. her pattern. By Jeannette T Lenlie. D. C. rBHHJ
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A FREE! FREE! DEMOCRATIC SAMPLE PRIMARY BALLOT .. S :t

MAY 24 I960 PRECINCT NO MADISON, COUNTY: _
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Saturday, May 21 Carton of Coca-Cola TO VOTE for a' person whose name Is printed on the ballot mark a cross (X) in the square '

r DOUBLE FEATUREPASSION at the RIGHT of the name of the person for whom you desire to vote, except for Delegates
;'.. In Technicolor, starring with purchase of '
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mark X "only.
in which.case. you a cross ( ) in the circle
Cornel Wilde, Yvonne de Carlo. The :.
G't violent days of the terrorists in More'Gasor It
pioneer California. So stormy! So 10 Gal. or .. '
violent! So intense! it had to be JUDICIAL OFFICIAL PRESIDENTIAL NATIONAL COMMITTEMAN
called 'P sslon.' cattle .
Stampeding .. .
PREFERENCE PRIMARY
screaming women, burning land CIRCUIT JUDGE THIRD
LUBRICATION & OIL' CHANGE (Vote for One)
BALLOT
drove them on. Judicial! Circuit Group No. 1 '!

CRIME AND PUNISHMENT, U. on (Vote for one) Place an (X) in the circle BOB JOHNSON "
S. A. starring George Hamilton, 0
Mary .Murphy. Convinced that he's Friday and SaturdayMAY HAL W. ADAMS 0 at the top of the column of

a superior being and can't be : the group of delegates for ROY C. JONES Q
rai'Rht: or stricken by conscience 20 AND 21 SAMUEL S. SMITH 0 whom you wish to vote.
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makes the difference. Look deep JAMES M. "JIMMY" MILLIGAN Q

Into the eyes of America's most Standard (Oil STATE CANDIDATES PREFERRING .
Tfcgpen
violent generation. Cartoon. Governor GEORGE A, SMATHERSfor DAYTON J. MURRAY ] D
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Sunday-Monday, May 22, 23 Cor. Base and Shelby Streets (Vote for.one) PresidentDELEGATESATLARGC JOHN M. SPOTTSWOOD Q

SUDDENLY, LAST SUMMER, MADISON, ,FLORIDA 4
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starring.Elizabeth Taylor, Katharine :;; --" FARRIS BRYANT 0 O

Hepburn, Montgomery Chit Suddenly -. NATIONAL COMMITTEEWOMAN
the girl knew she was being DOYLE E. CARLTON, JR. <1.fl '
used for something evil. Tennessee Mrs Fleta, Murphy, who lias been .< (Vote for One)
Williams' play of dark motives and spending some time in Orlando, is Secretary of State. .t-* ,
hidden desires becomes the dramatic one ;y' BOB SIXES POLLY ROSE BALFE 0
here with her 51sterIra.r: L (Vote'for )
Organizing Chairman
screen triumph of the year.
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Cartoon. Studstill. I TOM ADAMS .0] LBROY COLLINS FLORENCE BLAKLEY Q

Tues Wednesday, 'May 24, '25 ... k'T JESS YARBOROUGH JTJ SPESSARD L. HOLLAND MYRTlE G. BROWN Q
,DOUBLE FEATURE .. WILLIAM C LANTAFFR.
4-D MAN, in DeLuxe color, star- DON GAMBLE WITH J A. GRAY ,-> aLEE GRACE JEFFRIES COGAN Q
COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTUREVote
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ring Robert Lansing, Patty Duke.In E. WEISSENBORNBOB ...
a century of wonders anything POLIOVACCINATE ( for one) POKES MRS J. O'NEAL (MARY) COX Q
can happen. The Incredible mys- F ED H. PRICE. JR."f:.,. -
teries of the fourth dimension solved. DOYLE CONNER Q J. BRAILEY ODHAM l PEGGY EHRMANN Q
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the who walks STEPHEN A. CALDER f
See man through \Y R. "BUSTER" HANCOCK ,.' DOTTY
walls. Frightening, horrifying, start. Q M1LLARD F. CALDWELL ; HALLOCK Q

ling in its realistic design. LEGISLATIVE '\ ARTHUR WILBUR C A.: KING SIMPSON .,.: NAOMI T. MURRELL "", 0

BORN TO BE LOVED, starring StateHOUSE J. OLLIE EDMUNDS n
Carol Morris Vera Vague, Hugo .. OF REPRESENTATIVES FRANCES B. FIELDING or Janet B. (Mrs. Lucian F.) THOMAS fJf
Kass. Faith answered their prayers.A JOYCE C CRISP '
film that's filled delight 't (Vote for one; ''" .: "' .
a surpri tr MRS. A. D. DAVIS : : "'-
A story that warms the hearts MARY S. SPOTTSWOOD i. .. t. : : j' .
of all. A drab young lady trans- A.. L. (ROOSTER) LEGGETT, JR. -Q 1 BARBARA. TRUSHIN 'L: i:,... /, ... '...: .1: ,
formed into a Cinderella beauty, : MRS. JUUA B. MAINES "': a'" t 9.,'* '''#1 .. ..... ,t. '., .
with prince charming on her heels. OTIS "R. PEAVY 0 NANCY W. EVANSCHARLOTTE "' ,. ..For' : .1' If a'* ... *
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Cartoon. B. TOMLDtSON
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COUNTY MRS JOHN RAWLS ."', f.tf" ::f' '''1 :Yf'"
Thursday-Friday, 26, 27 .
May IRS. CHRISTINE MAXWELL ". ..'** ',' it) -,: ; I": :t.t-L
DOUBLE FEATURE For County Commissioner : .. t: '
THERESE A. ANDERSON' : : "
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HAPPY ANNIVERSARY starring District No. 3 : :
ALICE McMAHON .' ... .,.:.,
David Niven, Mitzi Gaynor. Bewareof t" '" ', :: ;
MRS. LOUIS HILL (
(Vote for One) "
unlucky 13-If it's your anni "
versary. Happy scrappy anniversary! DISTRICT DELEGATES f ,
It was their party but you get the LAMAR ANDREWS J Q Eighth Congressional District .:

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laughts. BEFORE TOO LATE! GROVER C. CONE 0 D. R. (BILLY) MATI1IEWS ,.; ......
STARS IN MY CROWN, starring ANNIE MAE PHILLIPS .
Joel: McCrea, Ellen Drew. Love
comes to the young doctor and the
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backward beauty. One of the fin ---- LOYALTY DINNER LIONS' CLUB
Castle Park Variety CHURCH .
est family) pictures of all time. His [ County CourtS
words were loaded and so were his 5-10 5-10 FLYING ANTS Mark Moorman of the Florida
Cartoon. Members of the First Methodist
guns. | -
MAY BE Forest Service showed a film. Sig-
LAMPSHADES : W Braswell. worthless check. Church: held their Annual Loyalty nal I. at the Lions' Club meeting
BUSINESS.OUR BUSINESS THE E-R.Is helping YOUR TERMITESVote As to Count 1, pay full restitution Dinner Wednesday night in Fellowship Tuesday. The film dealt with thera'ages
of check in amount of $30 or thirty Hull.
of fire: in the forests and
t tOUR tt days. As to Count 2, pay full The Rev B B Lutrell, of Lake the method* and needs of protecting .
restitution of cheek in amount of City brought an interesting mes-
t 49cTO the States No 2 industry
$:)4.?, or sixty days. sage on loyalty to the church and from such losses.
: Robert S Riser its program. Fred Mlcklcr
SALE speeding $25 or pro-
Visitors were M E Lemmers of
thirty days.Additional. gram chairman introduced the
CONTINIIESI Jacksonville and Lamar Andrews
I April minutes: Bonds speaker.
11 member of the Greenville Lions'Club !
S. H. I estreated as follows: Sarah Solomon A basket picnic style dinner was .
$2.99 1'Ca11 served with group captains acting
($150 each of two) and capias
Madison Fla.
ALL DRY GOODS PRICES TaUa Montina Jr, Tommy Jonas, James group singing enjoyed. BUSINESS. THE E-R.,
CASTLE PARK SHOPPING 34340 'Lowe, Thomas Joseph Callan. -
reduced for Men, Women, Children CENTER. Ca3lect hassee I :Moses Paul HalHwanger, speed- ,

Open 6 Days A Week ins Ckrk instructed to issue

VALDOSTA,,CA.. capias.Pennywell. Return .
--- driving
F Kelly

while intoxicated. Case continued .
on account of illness of defendant. aOTISRPEAVY

For and Elect LEE NEWS f .

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( Mr and )Irs John Mickler Sr of

i W..R. (BUSTER) HANCOCK Lee and Mr and Mrs John MfcklerJr as s s

.. and three children Patty,
Robert and Steven, of Easley,
t A NATIVE SON OF MADISON: COUNTY
South Carolina visited Mr and Mrs

.,' BORN AT PrNETTA, FLA. x TI James C WllH&ms and son Eddyin State Representative
Jacksonville two days last week.

Mr'and Mrs John Mkkler Jr and >.
; COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE f mfly have been here \isJUng

F his parents and sister Mr and MrsCleveland VOTE FOR A RECORD

t DrifEgen and daughterof _

.Married, liing.ith: wife and four children in Groveteod Madison. fHe

'I' B. S. degree .in Agriculture. -4.University, of Florida Word came this week that Mr NOT'A PROMISE

Combat Marine Veteran """.*, Jimmy Abbott, son-in-law of Mr
J t- Is A Man Of ActionI
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and Mrs John Mfekler of Lee, isstIU "-
Former Vocational Agriculture Teacher in critical eMtdtdon in Boston
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Member State Advisory Comm (ee for 4 Vocational Memorial hospitaL hasten, Mass.
Mrs Abbott. rir'of Mrs OeVe- whit i it had been possible to see every voter per-

.* Agriculture -t: land DrijEgers of the May Snap, seftally In Madison County.. I have done my level befit to
*
k., .*.;Former Assistant County Agent fe sttti wtth her hytband atet* see and talk with just as many as possible.
fi kwU1 *".. with their two sons Jimmy Dewy
Mb Director i Florida :Bureau Federation** and Wayne. We pray Jimmy wIN Now that time before election has run out. I must

soon be back among us. take this means of asking each and every one of you for
% L +;!.:President Florida Agricultural Council your support and vote in Tuesday's primary election and '

iSSuccessful! Farmer ..*> Cherry Lake News your confidence, which will not be misplaced. If you

elect me Representative I will strive earnestly at all times.for ,

FlEeT' economical, progressive Government for the most
)Irs Mandcll. mother of Mrs Albert .
f I r Gentry who underwent eye services fort your tax dollar. '

surgery last Friday at Tallahassee BE SURE TO EXERCISE YOUR PRIVILEGE TO VOTEL,, ,
:W. R. 'Buster' HANCOCK 'hwpital Is conraJesdng them ....
; Last Sunday Mr and Mrs Robert
( Goddns and children Mrs Ruby Your friend,
: Mathis and children and llr and
COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE Mrs Lutfta Gaskins and sons all
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; of Nashville. Ga, and Bullock Gas
"" ") ".'. .. kins of Madison enjoyed a family OTIS R. PEAVYTRUSTWORTHY
Signed: Madison County W. R. (Buster) Hancock Chih. dinner with their brother-in-law ,
.. and sister. itr and Mrs Seaborn Fen .

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Greenvil1eTrV Lamar Andrews is for
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School: Exercises an even finer and better

county. Vote for him Service and Repairs GIFTS fo the

Frank Merritt, principal of APPLIANCE REPAIR -

Greenville Baccalaureate Training School services announces May 24th for CountyCDmmissioner. DICKIE THOMASMADISON i

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Sunday, May 22 at 10.-00 a m,, 1
with Her C Bridges the speaker I FLORIDA I ITO
and Commencement GIRLS
exercises
37.2t-FaId PoL Advt Shop located opposite Harris Supermarket I
Wednesday, May 25, with President .
J J Gardener of Suwannee Willie Lee Miller, Parthema Mont. 0 BEAUTIFUL FROCKS, SUMMERY AND COOLfBY DORIS
River Junior College the speaker. gomery, Willie Lee Norris, Eddie Leave message .t Harris Supermarket DODSON. \ncra VAUGHN, TAILORED JUNIORS
-Members of the graduating class Lee Powell, Maggie Richardson, or call James Radio & T-V
: EXQUISITE LINGERIE,by HENDERSON, ARTEMIS,
Shop HU 36795WINS ROGERS
are Delores Bea, Dorothy Bellamy Pauline Riven, Dorothy Robcrson.
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Herbert Cross, Margaret Ford Lenora Scurry, Rather Lee Smith; v .. SUMMER BLOUSES, SHIP "N SHORE. MAC SHORE, PILOT
Dorothy Gallon, valedictorian, Roberta Thompson Willie J Washington '
Felix' Gray, Gloria Haynes, Maggie ,- Rutha Mae Williams, and LAW SCHOLARSHIP \ ,. JANTZEN SPORTS \VEAR-POPULAR ACCESSORIES

Jackson, Annie Ruth Miller, Dean Wilson. ::0--r \ .. J0..itO.usE. SHOES BY MERCURY, NTTE-AIRE .'

Clayton Jones, an honor studentat \I .) .. : ,
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Florida State University V V FOR THE BOY GRAD CHOOSE !
bem offend scholarships': to the
TOM ADAMSwas School of Law at Tulane University -
New Orleans, arid Dub

chosen over his and awards University.merit were Durham bases won and, on N amount competitive C These to f Sport' Coats .* 1295 5up !1


V run-off opponent, in ttjOOOJOO a year. He has decidedto
V... accept Duke's offer.
Mr Jones was stationed b Germany -
: .. 63 ; 2H years while serving In .. ,. .. I
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.to' the U S Air Force -Intelligence EAIXJUAllTERS'j NECKWEAR

V Service' .s a language specialist. :: 'VELDOrrPA1AUAS'.lswmlTRUNKS..,
of Madison
of ..Fl.red.'scounties Ue Is' graduate I
High School, and has studied at SHIELDS JEWELRY '. PIONEER BELTSAMSONITE '
the University of Florida and at ,

67 ,: ,,,.', Syracuse University, and will receive HOLEPROOF SOCKS LUGGAGE
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.4 a Bachelor of Arts In Political "I
Science from FSU June 4th I
on M.y 3., He Is a member of the Kappa
: f Alpha fraternity.Lawn Miss AmerkarGifts & Carmichaels I

"1 WILL DEEPLY APPRECIATE

YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT" Mower Service I I Wrapped Free Qiritman, Georgia

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: Repairing and rebuildinc; also any I ,
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ADA Slfefct t Charge -
Garage The Sophomore Class, North See EAGLE'S Isle of Sportswear
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: SECRETARY OF STATE rkfriua Juiuix Ctmege lust group
41 01 student, win soon be '
A slight charge Is made for: grauua-
I .1 9 ALL ENTERTAINMENT mg. ut Marshall Hamilton, mueiit S1. II
ox the college, for :
i NOTICES spoke tne
: i regardless of sponsor) entire faculty and start last to n.
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j. ALL NOTICES OF MONEY any evening at the x r'JC opno--I III
NATURAL: GAS
.- ,I RAISING PROJECTS more Banquet wren he solemnly
(regardless of sponsor) told this group of students -We

I A ALL NOTICES IN ADVANCE will miss you." Gordon Selman and son Don have I
ABOUT MEETINGS OF ANY The Madison Hotel Restaurant returned from a buying trip to
KIND blossomed forth with a French Atlanta.:

\ The Of Madison Will i I Prices(regardless are reasonable.of organization Rising)production gathered fragrance for as some a typically ninety persons French The A W Vann-x-home on South

City costs force us to omit ALL evening. The theme of the eveningwas Shelby Street is being re-painted.
FREE ADVERTISING. Le Saison d'Amour (The Sea.

son of Love). FOR ATHLETE'S FOOT
Rent an adding machine or Larry Lon of Live Oak actedas
Soon Begin Construction Of typewriter at E-R office. Only Master of Ceremonies and kept Use T-4-L liquid for 3 to 5 days.

$1.00 a day, $4.00 per week, the program moving smoothly Watch fresh- daisy, healthy skin
throughout the evening. The principal replace the infection. If not delighted
$15.00 per month.STUDENTS address for with instant-drying T-4-L, your 48c
the evening or
A Natural Gas Distribution as the program stated it, L'addressde beck from any druggist. Note: T-4-L I
\ NEW SIGN UP roccasion, was made by Ben T-4-L is especially FOOT POWDER for severe too-glres cases. Use an-
Mainor, President of the NFJC
tlsepUc soothing
TO ATTEND NFJC protection. NOWat
Student Government. Smith's Drug Store. (adv't).
Like most farewell banquets at
System. Citizens DesiringThis the end of the school year: it was We
A J Jtal'Et'Otrar of North are headquartersfor
. Florida Junior College, has announced an evening mixed with Joy and
melancholia. Virginia Full of
dents have that already thirty-six Wen new approvedfor stu Perry expressed this- latter feeling Major Appliances.
Service Should Make when she sang "There Goes
My
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admission to NFJC for the WESTERN I
I I Fall Semester In 1960. I Heart. Chcrrill Schmid. also from AUTOand
I Perry sang -Love Is A Many
Thirteen of these students will
Splendored Thing" -and Tm In ]) of Perry, Jim Busby of Madison
I come from Perry; one from 1ad1.'[The Mood For Lore." The final i and Elmer Coker Jr of Perry.
At Once To Save son; three from Greenville; one,
Application 'entertainment} at the banquet wasa Following the banquet the
I from Mayo; four from Live Oak; "
novelty number "Vive I'Amousun Sophomores joined their Freshmen
r one from Jacksonville five from
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? by a quartet composed of Mr 4 classmates: at the Madison
i Jasper; two from Lake City; one Robert A Kennedy, Kenneth Kirk- 'Woman's, Club for a dance.
from Macclenny; one from White
Tapping And Installation Springs; and one from Jennings. !flA B. ,Gf. Re4f. A fa. c Ad A.r.._
, air Hargrove also announced "' a>i W-NV I

that from a questionnaire recently "
submitted to the students.presently Look Farmers!

Charges. attending NFJC 71 students
out of a total of 131 responses indicated
they planned to attend WE HAVE PLENTY 0

NFJC next year. Twenty-five students I DIXIE RUNNER SEED PEANUTS WIRE I
Indicated they planned to I
<, I For FM Information Contact Members OfJUNIOR transfer to Florida State University. FENCING BARBED WIRE POULTRY NETTING ,
i. .- Seventeen were undecided .STOCK SALT-ALL KINDS OF POULTRY AND
\ and only six Indicated that they J

-' WOMAN'S CLUI or CALL would Other not colleges attend college mentioned next In year.the STOCK FEED GROCERIES FRUIT } I

TOBACCO: POISON
poll were: University of Florida

four students; University of Tampa We have 25 lb. Jim Dandy Dog Food $1.95 \ '

,*one student; Troy State Teachen Prince Albert Tobacco ISc Cm Best Cheese In Town
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CITY HALL 3-6501 College Troy. Alabama, one
t' student; Wesleyan College. Macon, FRESH STRING BEANS SQUASH. POTATOES ETC
Georgia, one student; Norman College .
. ,. Norman Park Georgia, one

student three students; Valdosta; and State General College Extension J.I. U LES SONS

City Of Madison I Florida one Division student University of Hu a-zass

i I Mr Hargrove also said that the
r Registrar's Office of the college
I will be open during the summer

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