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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: July 28, 1961
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
Coordinates: 30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )
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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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PUBLISHED IN THE EDUCATIONAL AGRICULTURAL AND INDUSTRIAL CENTER OF NORJH FLORIDA


-YOU. ,LX- No. 48 Return Postage Guaranteed FRIDAY JULY 28th, 1951 i: M0ftfr"l Fieri** Price 1 IQc Yearly Subscription $3.75 Delayed Renewals :$& .. '.
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Mrs Fred' MIckler of Madison IN .HOSPIT L Davis Fonts Out TIIANKYOhJ: Mrs, J P Johnson and daughter Mrs J J Newman and .Dr .and,:Mrs ..

and Dr and Mrs Frederick Mick- Bobby BraswelT' of Greenville is Lila] left Thursday for Daytona Walter Militzer and children' who ,

IL ler and children of Jasper have in a" Live Oak hospital suffering .. .. Beach to spend until Tuesday 'with are vacationing there. -*- t ,
Teturned from an enjoyable trip from injuries received in a truck College Benefits -Thank You citizens of Madisonfor .'
accident near Live Oak :Monday.A NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON ..
confidence.
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y to Saranac Lake N Y where Dr your I shall continue -
Mkkler attended a medical meet- Reddick, boy (colored) was also ,,;my duties..ss City. Commission SUWANNEE RIVER JUNIOR COLLEGE BUDGET .

ing. They also visited New York injured seriously in the same ac State Senator' Turner Davis in er to the best of my ability. FOR 1961-1962' t

City, .the Baseball Hall of Fame In cident. discussing. legislative matters at the VAN H. PRIESTResigfls : According to the provisions of Florida Statutes, The-

4 Cooperstown N Y and went into Lions' Club meeting Tuesday, said I Board of Public Instruction, of Madison County, Florida :
1 Canada. The S A Smith family have as that it was, anticipated that something will hold a public hearing on the Suwannee River Junior '

I A 14-year old boy who had ; their guest Mrs Smith's mother Mrs over twelve hundred thou- ,Priest College Budget for the 1961-1962 School Term, in the t t
) escaped from a S C, Atkison, of Punta Gorda for several sand dollars of state money would .
Greenville
County Board .Room on Monday, July 31, at 7:30 p. m..,!. ,
come to the county for its junior Van H ; {
detention home was picked iip here weeks. Priest has resigned his A of the Budget is shown below *
summary :
last Wednesday night. The lad later Mr and Mrs Gordon 'Ashley and colleges during the next two years. post on the Suwannee- ; Valley SUPPORT AND :: .,.
I was turned over 'by local authorities children are visiting in Live Oak The junior college appropriationswere Authority following his appointmentto MAINTENANCE .
1. ,.
Receipts
I to his parents who came for for several days with Mrs Ashley'sparents. in first priority, which Gov- the statewide junior. .college ad- '
Bryant vetoed however Davis ,( ) State $64.518.00" :
him. ernor ; visory "*. '- .. a
said that the Governor had group. b Tuition .--
an- ( ) and Fees 9,792.00 "
11, NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING' ON nounced that he would honor the :(c) Remittances from _
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MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA SCHOOL BUDGET Legislature's intent-and that he had OAK HILU-NEWS ,
-' supporting Counties -
14,907.00Total
: FOR 19611962Aj no doubt he would' do so. Mr and Mrs:M'"C King :land children ,. y '

.. f Board Room, Monday, July 31, at, 7:30 P. :M. Relative to other legislative affairs ,of St Cloud .spent the weekend t. ; j'.5
& Transfers f89,217.00 ;
According to the provisions Florida Statutes, The Davis, who is In line to be- With Mr arxLMrs R., L 'Craftois.fciissL Receipts -. ': -.. .,.. ,
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Board of Public Action come President of the Senate again Marie King* for ,
Inst: of Madison County, Florida ; stayed. : a < '-
t 2. Cash
should a special session be held: Balancesa .
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will hold a J.g on its 1961-1962 SchonBudget: longer r visit. .
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said that he saw no need of a special ( ) Operational Fund 10553.00 t
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Mr and Mrs Jack.: : ,
Grades 1-12 Chamberlain
/ P'UbIiCr anty Board Room on Monday, July I session and hoped there would be '** '
TOTAL RECEIPTS TRANSFERS & .
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and :two children'of : ,
Jacksonville
31 at 7:30 S
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&& *roi' Budgefcis shown below:' none. Ha said...that the recent regiii S BALANCES, "
r SUPPORT arrived Sunday fcr': spend several ; s-J.. ... ... $9977Q.
ANPjWAINTENANCE-OF OF SCHOOLS !lax session was a hard-working" one.. 3. Proposed Eapenditnres" ",:' '; ..y 'f. .fiI'o_. :: 0
State Sources" j Davis characterized the recent days with, her father Mr Lon Terry. .
: J : ." ", 'jaX Instruction "f t"p$781'i8OO !l .; :==i c
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Instructional lion as a :Vdefensive one wltti. ther Mrs Don Gregol and Mrs R L : .
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U. ((a) Salaries $666,7]$>.QO I V :- .
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) Operation of 1a-nt.t ; tic -
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Cb) Transportation .f W 5918&.W: )( .. I' members ujitfVDling! to 'vary fr9tntl'ife Crafton ttencl d'workshop. on 5oiiO.QOS! : ,
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jGoverhor's position ( ) Sged Charges .e ''j .
t ( ) Other ,! on taxes storage and .management Thursday; !. p pBUlldings ..r
c current expenses. -51,099.00 ,
iik .. and*with accomplishment of a bal- :Miss Gladys .Kendall home "ir dus- (d) Capital? Outlay I :'t"n i ,cUi' j .
(d) Capital Outlay & Debt Service _
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'. '. ;; '.' -in ced+ budget ;without increase in tries "and marketing tspQcialistof( ( ) I .8,140400 -4'i < '
to'Coun=
(Distribution taxation. He reported that 69 of 75 '..eJIi"'eserve for Contingencies 7,202.00 '.
:: ties ( 28,417.00 ', bills sponsored by the jGoverndr extension ,'.serviced( 'was.. instructor ..... '- .: r
:*' p. .' f and it was held.jd..Ag.nter.. Four ,f
(e) Capital Outlay (withheld became law. .'
TOTAL EXPENDITURES & HES RVE_ ,99770.00
; H D clubs were.Tepresentedl!
:. ', Other legislative business dis'cussed .
t for Bond Payment) 43,394.00 Thomas1 I
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''' This Budget will be submitted to Honorable
; included J enactment of the "Mr Cecil_Crafton !lld.a, groiip of :
(f) Racing Commission-Fund '
81.250.0Q.Textbooks )
? R A's D Bailey, State ,Superintendent; on August 1, 1961, sub- ,
'. > ... j escheatment law/the, proposed.. legislative were visitors in Valdosta
(g) 10778.00 : : ',
reapportionment amendment Saturday, They went to bring a jectr'to final approval by the Board of Public Instruction :.
(h) Sales Tax Fund 98,555.00'- our new ninth congressional 'district -.I pianos recently' purchased for. the 'on the above date. Detailed copies of this Budget are'; .J.

,_': :.. Agencies (Vocational funds ". ..>,< .. .
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: : :. and failure of the welfare property Pinetta .:First Baptist. Respectfully Submitted, ; .
}. & N. D. E. A.) 7500.00 lien bill.TOBACCO. ,Rev and 'Mrs Paul Travis and BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION :MADISON .c'". ..

son- Timmie<<,. Mrs, Florence McMiJlian COUNTY, FLORIDA ;

i Total 2. County State. 'Sources Funds "* t _...."$1,046,895.00, -:: .r.;.,...... ;; SELl HIGH and Miss Patty Ward attended 48- t-ch By GRIFFIN BISHOP, Superintendent

it WMU rally at Cherry Lake laSt Y
t (a) County General Fund 85,450.00 :. -
Tuesday. NOTICE PUBLIC HEARING ON
ON OPENINGDAY > OF JJ
1 .. (b) District No.1. 85,450.00' Mrs Johnny Defore and children
*]"".f .... NORTH FLORIDA. JUNIOR COLLEGE BUDGETJ
47" who are spending sonic time with '- -FOR 19611962Board :

Total District.Funds ." {7' ,$170,900.00. $1217795.00:-. Tobacco sold high on the big her sister Mrs Cecil Crafton visited Room Monday, July 31, at 7:30 P. M. ;
,TOTAL RECEIPTS
\... ,. \. ,.. '.. ; Madison tobacco market Thursday, her 'father Mr.T L Davis. Sunday According to. the provisions of Florida Statutes The "
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.3 Balancesa
; .1 July opening day. ,
27 ,
night.
'
Instruction of Madison Florida
Board of Public County, :
( ) Cash Balances 7 8,615.00J The high to about 11:30-Thurs- Mr and Mrs Wilborn Reaves and .-
the North Florida Junior "
S (b) Investments (SBE Bonds) 66,782.00 day was 67c. Many baskets sold in vacation will hold a public hearing on
their
the middle sixties and at 66c. children are ;spending College Budget for the 1961-1962 School Term, in the : f

Total Balances 75,397.00 .= ; Read the E-R next week for a in North Ga and .Chattanooga Tenn County Board Room on Monday, July 31, at 7:30 P. M. ....'
A.
detailed report beginning sales: with her mother Mrs; Hattie Hughes ,, A of the Budget is shown below: ,,
on summary #t -
oAL RECEIPTS AND BALANCES
1
; 4. $ ; 93)192.00) "
t' Expenditures and for .the high dollar bring your and other relatives.Mr SUPPORT AND MAINTENANCE .4 _:;
J / ? tobacco to the Madison Tobacco and Mrs Harry Fu'ford and
1. Receipts ... :; .
- (a) Administration 35,714.00Instruction "':, Market; children of Kingsland. Ga are .spending .
(I ti>) (incl. textbooks MrsB (a) State $170.018.00'
Agriculture Commissioner Doyle some time with her sister .'
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salaries & teaching the visitors. (b) Federal .1o .OO'
sup. Conner was among S Buchanan.Mr .
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(c> Tuition and Fees 33,210:00: :
plies)
903,126.00Operation
is spending some
Haskins
'Jr Tarn
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: (c) ,of Plant (incl. The C R Stout and Buster time with Mrs 1lelissaAtdennan.. (d) Remittances from .:

'"-t'. janitorial salaries, fuel, f. Christmas families are spending supporting Counties 19846.00 "' :"

utilities & supplies) 39,350.00 :: ., two weeks at Mexico Beach. VEHICLES JACKKNIFEAt .. '< ".. "' .. '

.:. ." (d) Maintenance of Plant 20,792.00i.: :' 10:55 Wednesday morning Total Receipts &. Transfers $223,174.00 .

_ .. (e) Transportation 113,113.00 IItWEAThER two-tenths mile west of Madisonon '. 2. -'Cd8hBOlalitlS "." ''' :-;.. ..1.. .....,J' .
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(f) Fixed Charges (incl. insurance, .J.-"' ':, ;., > .,; U S 90 Henry :Glee of Goulds, (a) Operational Fund 3,158.00' 04-. .. ;:,'
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driving east in a 1936 TRANSFERS ,:r'#
Fla was TOTAL RECEIPTS,, '
_ 'trustee election ex en. &; to Tax '.1i.t- :"": -
Chevrolet sedan pulling a 1947 1 $226,332.00, '
Assessor &; Collector) 19.792.00.r, -;: 7" Weekending July 25th, 1961 truck when the & BALANCES : '.

.. (g) Capital Outlay 26129.00; ':::1i?:. :'Jr .,; 1 .f'- Max. Min. Rt, truck Chevrolet began pick-up swaying from aide. to 3. .Proposed. Expenditures ",, ,; :

.. Service 48.621.00.i! Wednesday 81 66 .26 i (a) Instruction 176,920.00 / ,
(h) Debt !! side and 'jackknifed into the railings ** >;
.. .. 86-69 .01
Thursday ,
... (6)(I ,Operation of Plant18380.00 ,
(i) Remittances to other counties, Friday 91 70 .02' on the curve. The car then jack- : $f.. )
Jefferson Taylor, Hamilton & Saturday 92 71 .00 knifed; the bumpers of each vehicle (c) Maintenance of Plant 2900.00' '

Lafayette for transportation 6000.00: Sunday 93 70 .00 became locked together and each (d) Auxiliary Services 800.00: .< ,
S vehicle was facing in the opposite (e) Fixed Charges (Insurance) 1,000.00 ,
: : (j) Transfers to North Florida and 'j Monday _95 70 .00 ; ;

.' ..,.... Suwannee River JuniorColleges .",. '" .. Tuesday 9? 72.00 direction from which they were (f) Capital ,Outlay ,I' .
traveling. There were no injuries. Buildings) 16117.00 .hi
.= : 13,969.00.. : ( .,
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"'.'.-'" ':'(k) SBE Bond Investment 66,586.00 __. Total- .29 Trooper at KIlpatrick"$250 and reported$100 damageto car (g) Outgoing Transfers; 6,706.00 !
damages '
Rainfall week ending July 22nd (h). Reserve for Contingencies 3,509.00 ,
at Gibson Tower 2.60 in. Lovett the truck. .z. .
rrOTAL EXPENDITURES $1, 93,192.00 Tower 4.70 in, Audlla Tower 2.00in > I. EXPENDITURES & RESERVE $226,332.00' *
TOTAL
Sinclair Tower 1.60 in.. Mill AT MUSIC CLINIC Honorable Thomas
will be submitted to Honorable ThomasD This Budget will be submitted to .-
This Budget Creek Tower 2.20 in, Madison fores- /
Bailey. state Superintendent, on August 1, 1961; subject try headquarters 1.30 in. Larry McWilliams left, yesterdayfor p Bailey; State Superintendent, on August 1, 1961, subject :-

to final approval by the Board of, Public Instructionon High temperature for week at a two weeks'! study course under,. to final approval by the Board of Public Instructionon .

the above date. Detailed copies of this Budget are forestry headquarters. 94 July 22nd; the Stan Kenton )(us ClinIcs.. The the above' date. Detailed copies of this 'Budget ara.s ':;- ".-.
Jaw -72 19th. i tie office of the County Superintendent. .;j ,
July
file in the office of the County Superintendent. first week he ;.vm..stcdy' Michigan --on. file; In >:;
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Respectfully Submitted ;. Sun: rises July .28th 8:22 'pm. State College, .Laasia Mich and' Respectfully Submitted, i ;'

BOARD.OF-PUBLIC INSTRUCTION MADISON. .. Moon' in constellation of Capricor- the second ,week bVfwjIJjbe: at, the: '*. 'BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. 111A"COUNTY '
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\ jade, amber building stones r PERRY KING DIES followed in the family lotT in Corinth

:;:. .,..:,, and clays. Extensive depositsof r Mr Perry Lewis-King: age 37 died cemetery with Beggs Funeral

: uranium and thorium were 0 in a Jacksonville hospital. Wednesday Home in charge.Pallbearers .
lielfoiEMBS ISO N FMSCIECORDQSubscription % Mallie
Messrs
discovered 1948. Principal : night. Mr King was a native were
,. SM 'lh- ''' -.aCII 8.-' l and a resident of Madison County. Lan nons. Amon Tuten Will Sea-
I 5 Published Weekly $3.75 Per Year in Advance manufacturing .industries :are Survivors are three sisters, Mrs ley, Charles Carter, Arthur Williams

.. <- Delayed Renewals. $4.00 Per Year silk :weaving: and dyeing, rice, Ivy Godwin of Lee, Mrs Violet and Talmage W1l11a.ms.QQLngofheBe .
husking, oil refining and wood Hollett of Jacksonville and Miss
Rates Made Known on Application
y ,'. f Advertising carving. Trade is chiefly with Hortense King of California five b?
11 .f: Entered at the Madison Post Office as second- 1ass matter June' India and with various parts, brothers, Oliver King of Madison' ,

15th,,19CS, under Act of March: 8, 1879._ :\ of the British Commonwealth.., and Golden Blake and Paul King Write or'phone
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r ;. Exports:addition 'to 'jice jh- 'Mrs Johnny Bochnia and daughters all, of Jacksonville and Van of Ft -
reerratio1Vl.
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M \ OWNERS! : T. MERCHANT, T. C. MERCHANT, JB. ; dude lead, tin, petroleum,.. pre- Misses Jean ahdv Ann Bochnia Worth 'Texas.Funeral Oorwattr 59443"Sanddp
ANP ASSOCIATES of Jacksonville were guests of Mr services were held Saturday -
I J cious stones and_other minerals, ; Apartment
in the chapel of the T J
", and Mrs John Fedorowich Sunday.
MADISON RECORDER,. ESTABUSHED: 1865 < :.' teak, rubber, eottop and hides They came.celebrate Mrs Fedoro-I I Beggs Funeral Home' conducted by 19316 G." Bowfe1'Bud r SouthLa *
NEW ENTERPRISE, ESTABLISHED 1901 i ii The Burmese 'are chiefly ,mEmbers 'wic 's birthday with her. Elder Edwin Turlington- Interment Rocks

i CONSOLIDATED, JUNE. 25, -1008. j"-;... J of the Buddhist religion.. ,- -- '
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1 t T. C. MERCHANT, Editor and'"Publisher W The country was formerly ruled r

I -e. T. CL MERCHANT, JR.,'-Managing,Editor '.m 'jby the British, but beeame an

"\ :; MRS. A. W. VANN, City Editor independent/- nation in 948.
.. MRS. WILSON Manager. The Burma Road is a snake- : SALE
W. E. Advertising '" COSMETIC
track-like. overland road ..- to- ,
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0'C RtDi I'last week's paper, as ,also was Yunnan Provinceiu 'south;

I our own home market.; 'We' 'wish China/ 'co pleted. in 1 19SS to .. ', ,- .
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r : all of the markets 'well at>the .. '
: ; provide a., supply. route;.for the AT
same time we call /.to the, attention ;-. Chinese armies cut 9ffby. Jar:

of our growers the pan's conquest of east .China
.. !.,... i; benefit: of the*=sliort haul, as ports, The Chinese section of swim'Diu Store
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't'','": I it would :affect many growers, the road, 'with 300 bridges and

and the quick, sale: as offered,. 2000.: culverts and_ passing ,
Second American Into' by the home'market.. Nearness through,, difficult mountainous .

1 :of ,the market can be a, great terrain, was constructed,' by = 50 FREE 5&H

Space ;factor if we have rainy weather Chinese hand labor in one ,year. FREE 50 .
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and we usually do have it Chief'cities of Burma are Rangoon '
The United States sent its I J. GREEN STAMPS'
second man into space last Friday this. time of the, year. Let'smake ,,the capital and chief port, 1 ,GREEN STAMPS

the home market a three Vlandalay, a. river port far up With $5.00 Or More
and brought him safelY WITH CASH PURCHASE
back to Mother isartn, although 'minion pouim inurket: Or Lj tttr' ; the Irrawaddy, ,Moulmieu 'and CASH PURCHASE! OF '*$S.M OR MORE-(IN ADDITION

under quite trying cir- this year. Cassien, TO REGULAR' GREEN STAMPS)

cumstances. Grissom narrowly P I .

t escaped drowning after l landing The Benefits STOCK CAR RACES i ,

/ in the water, and the capsule, Reap' -, f;. ,. .. "' .", ......''.--' Tussy .'
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I JI :valued in varying reports at :And lets congratulate the At THE '
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9 two million. and at five million growers, and show them every REG.: $1.50' ..

,r' dollars, went on down to the courtesy. Stay as long as you THUNDERBOWLSPEEDWAY

bottom of the sea and will be wish in town, and park anywhere ,

,. t left there. We cannot say, because ; you wish as long _as ;you LIPSTICKS SOc

we do not know, how wish. ,If,you need something-:
necessary all of these experiments and who doesn't-the various .

i are, but we do know business houses Every"Saturdaymght. .
are offering ,
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that they are terrifically exPensive special inducements., Weare, at Weather Permitting REG. Sl.OOREG.

and that the far-flung the threshold of a gala season.. 1st RACE 8:00 P. :M
activities of the governmentare A good crop of tobacco has .
continuing a heavy load Admission'. i : $L50 DEODORANT. .SOc
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been made and now is the .
en those who are yet producing. ., Children Under. 12T 60c
time to reap the benefits from -
:Children "Under 5 : FREE
the laborinvolved in making !it. ".
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PnllingForOtherleamft ..JLfrCATIQN' ., $2.00 11t.

4 Turn. left S' mflesr-north of Val "Qi1a
Do Not ;
Even the,, Understand "
as plaudits over ,
'1' J at ;Mlneol(take right turns, torThuwkrbowl tOTIONt. .1.00
jGrissom's achteement are. .. Hard on '*ihe3ijl8: of, the w -***\ *" ":. v(, *'> BOOYReg.
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quieting down, 4iis., Sid She tobacco; marketIng S comes the estne:t.--

pard's RtcisimtoCO torpors,Yuri cotton crop, which has, been SpeedwayWOMAN

r Gagarin welcome, is in that Havana is out receivinga of thisworld. doing well although the. recent I $2.QSize. Safari, Contraband, Ovation, flamingoCOL'OGNE

rains. have, l>een'gains! -it. And : '
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: k The,staid English people RUNS SIGMA,,HltSCAR ,, '.
then comes corn, a, fine crop HYDRANT: &f:-*-- > '
went,wild over Gagarin's recent
I this year, even'if production has ..' ----'!..- 1,00Dorothy
:visit to their country, but the .
Cubans, naturally much more been cut down by the govern- (Valdosta Tunes, .Monday': ) .
A Valdosta woman ran
a stop :
ment's of paying
program people
Demonstrative, are pulling out '
sign, hit another car and partially
all the stops. Part of the hero- not to plant itt.11at busi- knocked over a fire hydrant today

vorship comes by virtue of the. ness it, is of the government'sor police said.Patrobnan. -Gruy
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...... achievement and perhaps a part for that matter, what right Leroy Hopper said
i. stems from the fact that Ga- the government..has, to tax Miss -Marjorle E Carter, 56, was .... .""t'
some people 'to pay other peoplenot charged with running 'a 'stop sign, White Lilac June ,
$2.00 Size Sweet Spice Banquet
garin is from a country that failure to grant the rightofway.The ,,, '.
to ] commodity
politically is at} odds with our which we plant live,a we' do, not, un-by accident occurred ,at Mary Floral Fantasy, Jasmine Bouquet
country. For some reason or and Slater streets at 11:30 a m.

other-maybe some of it-is our derstand. Charles Walker, 24, Madison,

fault-and in spite of the fact Fla, an occupant in the second $1.00
automobile, 1961 Summer Cologne
that our' country has poured World's Chief Rice a Volkswagen
was treated at Pineview General
out billions of our tax
moneyin '
Hospital for lacerations of the
trying to help, a good manypeople Exporter I' .
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to like us too well. Or I public in southeast Asia about at the small car.

maybe because on the whole although five times the, size of,the stateof Hopper said Miss' Carter was i DEODORANT 1.00
going west on Mary street and the 1
.:: there is a plenty of I Florida and with a popula- Volkswagen south on Slater when: ,

I t ,, poverty and misery amongst us, tion about four times that of the accident occurred. .. '
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':: much of worldly goods, there is exporter of rice. The 1959-60 was estimated at $600, the fire '
t' a feeling of preference towards production of unmilled rice was hydrant damage f was estimated at "} ; '

., those who have not been blessed i.expected to be almost seven $150. : SHAMPOO : $1.00
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\ general trait among people: for entirely an,agricultural country. player in the first flight in the

instance, while we greatly Rice occupies about 'twothirdslof first annual Tallahassee open' gall 3.50, ORANGE FLOWER SKIN '

esteem the baseball prowess ,of( all land under cultivation,. tournament held during the week- '

the New York Yankees baseball 4and other crops include sesamum '1 at1tJ"m

-;:, team, we always pull for the i ground nuts, cotton, corn, I end.WAKE UP FRESHENERexture ';: I : $1".7

other team, no matter which tobacco and rubber. The chief I ,

:;, one it is.3Million. forest product is teak. Chief. RABIN' TO. CO 4 ,,, r I
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Now I Too can get the fast relief you I :'
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and mosealar aches and pains that often
beasts of burden in the wet \ cause restleu nights and miserable tired- Lotion $1.75
out feeHnc. When these discomforts
Market delta area, and the small coot on with over-exertion or stress and
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attain-you want iel-waat.It fact-1
humped oxen, which are used Another disturbance may be mild bladder
Well the tobacco is rolling irritation foQowinr wrong food and
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for ploughing in the drier areas. drink-of tear setting up a mtless uncomfortable STAMPS WITH EVERY lOc PURCHASE
Between one. and two rows leeJiDC.DoanO. WE, GIVES & H GREEN
caught in the .
Elephants are Pips work fast In < separate

..,- ,:were on the floor last Saturday, dense forests and trained for ,to wa7s:1.ease.....torment.by speedy of paia-ftlieriDc.ttJoD nagging hacVsfhe.Ix .
i1 < moseolar ads and I'&iDSoo
and by opening day this Thursday -use ,in logging operations. 2. b7 soothinc effect on Uadder irritation. Store
r 3. b7 mild diuretic action tending S-.ith'nrug
1 we figure there will be a Mineral resources g of the coun- to increase'ootpvt of the '1* mik of'

house full or more. Live Oak, try include oil, ores of lead, kidney Enjoy tubes.a good ntebfs! sleep and the
relief miQioB have for over
I i : Quitman and Valdosta, all good antimony, tin, iron,' tungsten; same 60 yers.happy New large SIM saves money.'. FLORIDAt
r Get Doan's PiUi today fDOAN'S l\IADISON
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Miss Sister Cantey visited Pat CountyCourt I toxicated.. Defendant plead guilty* while intoxicated. Plead not guilty. '. :.t' ;
Mrs Emaline Blalock Carpenter announces the
Cantey Jr at Ft' Benning over the and ordered to appear July 29th for John W Powell, resisting arrest engagement
weekend When Pat Jr finisheshis sentencing. '. without violence. Plead not' guilty. and approaching marriage of her daughter> Dale, to
ROTC training this weekend at Murray D Herron, worthless Lonnie Leo Pickles, reckless driving Also, drunkenness charge, plead not Marion Richard Sowell, son of the late Mr and Mrs. W W;. '
Ft Benning he will go to PittsburgPa check, As to Count One. $15 fine (willful and iwahton), $25 or guilty. Sowell. t' .' ,; "K
to visit an FSU friend, Al and make full restitution of check thirty days.Nathaniel. Mizell White, driving while in-
Kirkpatrick. in amount of $12.82 or thirty days; Alexander. improper toxicated. Plead not guilty. Miss Carpenter is a graduate of Madison High School
as to Count Two. 515 fine and make passing, $25 or thirty days Joe Bochnia, driving while in- and has completed a nine month's Secretarial Course at, 1A. ..
full restitution of check in amountof Clarence Mobley, assault and toxicated., Plead not guilty. I North Florida Junior Cpllege. She is presently employed ,
$20, or thirty days. battery, $25 or thirty days. Donald Hunter Vann, failure to I in Tallahassee
Sim F Wilson drunkenness. ,' $25 Bonds estreated: Joe Louis Lock- yield right-of-way $15 or ten ,days.
GIANT or thirty days. ett, William McKnight, Jimmie <' J B Townsend, assault and-tat- Mr Sowell is a graduate\ of ?Madison High! School and

Willie Brown drunkenness, $25 Wilson, Alec R Ccurson Ellis tery, $50 or ninety, days. is presently employed in Clearwater, Florida. '_ .....
or thirty days. Brady, William Henry Henderson. Sallie Mae Townsend assault and .
The wedding will be solemnized on September 24, at "
18,000 BTUCOOLING Vera Lee Henry, drunkenness, Robert R Huntley Jr Henry Pip battery,.'$50 or ninety days. .YT":
4:00 P. M. in the First Methodist church, Madison.Mr .
$25 or thirty days.
3. kin Jr. Vera Lee Ivey .Earl W Osby Thomas, reckless driving .
George Camel, driving without Luck, Johnny McBride, Frank (willful and wanton), $50 or ninety and Mrs Elmer Fisher at- g;ration and air conditioning $ITallahassee
license. $25 or thirty days. Waters, Willie Lewis Gerald Edward tended a meeting of dealers and I I Tuesday night. A ban.?"!' Y-.
Willie T Thompkins, driving Willis, Aubrey Eugene Griffin -days.Michael Edward .Scanlan, failureto I
: service, men in the field of refri quet was held at the Home also j
5 I while intoxicated, $100 or sixty William Frederick Grosz, John have vehicle undert control, ,
days and driver's license revoked Oliver .McCreless. Charles Miller to appear July 29th for sentencing. '
for three months. Helen Leola Monroe, Elbert Boyett Roy Pinson, drunkenness, ,$25 and .
a Julius Herman Wynn, speeding Poppell, Leonard Robinson ,Jeremiah sixty days, and in default of pay- ,
sentence' withheld at request''of King, Enoch Woodrow Mc. ment of fine, an additional thirty suffer from
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Sheriff. Clamma, Leola.' ,Burt, Alose Burt days. _.
Nicholas Walter Gossman, driving J B Hinton, :Harlee Randell An- Paul B Lewis, driving while in
without license, sentence withheld. drew Wilson Simmons, Paul Nathan i toxicated $100 or sixty days, and HOTWEATHER1L.
Mary Lemon Blount? improper Watters, A B .Keene, John I driver's license revoked forthree tit
Model R192 passing,. sentence withheld. HelU'Y..Jo Joe Smith, M C I months.' Due to serious physical condition ; .
Dan Marshall Royal,' reckless Arnold Frank Marshall Ray, Alice of defendant 'and due to fact Bad Humor. ? T ,
Cool Coil driving (willful and wanton)', $35 Shackelford Dunford (2)), Tommy I he was in need of toedical- care, ., .
- i 1 ROOM AIRCONDITIONER or sixty days. Riggins, James William Smith Earl fine and sentence ,suspended. : .
Daisy Blair, worthless check. As: Edward Vaught Natale A Bush, Annie Bell Griffin, drunkenness, Get New LOW COST
to Count One, $25 fine and make Ruben Alfred Lane, Clyde Spencer $25 or--thirty days.
Cools more than one room! full restition of'check in amount of Akins Peter Brinson James Lytle Acie Cooke, assault and battery,1 ;. AMERICANtand'a h'- ..
Installs easily in standard $8.00,. or'thirty days; as to Count Rippy Jr, Ramsey* Roal Gordon, sentence, withheld ., on;:both I counts' -. :, : i :{ .
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-= *Ten thermostat positions as to Count Three make 1vresti- Oliver Ellis Willie James Smith : For frc: ef tmofe co& !XJOHN .
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circulates tution of check in Mr and Mrs M E Dietrich and '
Ventilates t amount of $2.00 Ed Hudson Andrew Carter, Lawarence -: '
,elsuj idifi* filters/ or thirty days; as to Count Four Cherry Jack Earl Benton.A family of Cherry' Lake >returned P. AGNER :
make full restitution of check in L Moore Graham Leith Ruppert, Tuesday from a- .several weeks'
OJTUIKWI I II amount of $3.00, or thirty days. Geneva Gross. visit'in Sutton, North Dakota, with PLUMBING AND HEATING
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Nylon flfe.lb..LowAs 53 of 11200 :Main Street in Jack-']

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'Tax and. Exchange,' '- Mr Brown was born. in Madison Miss Louise:4 Davenport and. Mr
: County and moved to Jacksonville Herman F.Black were united in
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MesserBattery iii' 1939. He- was a member of the marriage
Saturday
July 22nd in the
A 8TH ANNUAL TOBACCO SALE Baptist church there. ]Hawthorne Methodist church by the

& Tire Co. Survivors are his wife, Mrs Rev C M Sappington, the bride's

l '. Thelma Brown, one daughter Miss former pastor, in a quiet double
:. oJ 11., or '. .it".. Ruth Madeline Brown of Jacksonville \\edding
I ring ceremony in the presence -
; I 'I I : .." :: MOTOR: VEHICLE COLLISIONSintersection three'"Sisters, Mrs\ Beulah of close friends and relatives
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Walker of Jacksonville
; Mrs Alma The bride is the daughter of Mrs
'Sarw"-:' = if:!: : w :: : Mica-eton cf ==vsnnan, n; and I J C Davenport era
trio cote Mr
Come OneMADISON Welcome Come All of secondary road No' Mrs. Louise Latham of Canal Point. Davenport.The .
360 land :the old 'Perry road four Funeral services were conductedby
I.f '. miles : of Ebb, pick.. bridegroom is the son of the
e east a Chevrolet Rev John E Huss
Thursday at
0 't late Mr and Mrs W H Black of
J up truck .driven by Arthur Whidden
2pm.
Fairburn,
Ga.
)J b \s FLORIDAI of Rt a Greenville collided'ith a Key McCabe, Funeral Home in Baskets of white gladioli and
"1) 1957 'Ford sedan driven by Mary charge. Interment at Evergreen
palms formed the
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'I I :. the ceremony and the altar rail
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f' S 360 and the car was heading north DIES IN, JASPER was outlined with lacy ferns.

!J I r--MENW NiE1 1I I Rotary Club I on: the old Perry road. The car Mr Rob. Southap, age 75, died bride's Mrs C matron-of-honor M Sappington and was the
James
.. .. stopped. ..at the intersection, but recently at'his home in Jasper. He

.... I .I .' T 'c 'Merchant; S*, an honorary failed: .yield the right of way and was a native of the ,ClyattvilJe community man Harris for of the Madison bridegroom.The served. as best

; To fill )pbs paying up to $10,000 or more: per year in the" member of the club, spoke at,"the pulled into the path of the truck. and had lived there many bride chose for her

I field Cf Radio, TV, Communications, Automation, Aircraft 1 Retary. Club meeting Wednesday on There was $350 damage to the years before moving to Jasper. He street weddinga
length blue embroidered
Industrial Elect tunics. Industries and government are con- the Berlin. situation. He displayed/ truck and $100 damage to, the car. had a large .family connection, In .
a number of post card views eyelet modeL Her head dress was abandeau
which-
stantlYdmeanding trained men f-', No injuries and no charges.At Madison County. He was a brother
I I'J _' ; Gif; fri he secured .While on' a ;visit.. in .both of hite flcrsvers:.and her
ISklS p m: Saturday;on State in-law MraWalter: Jackson 'and '
: net 1''i can n'nd can; trntn t.' '. West'and East Berlin 'two accessories were white, SheVore
Yoti 60" need' a iiigh act.. : years U'S acorsage'
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'T ." ". 'i".. ". ,.. '.ttfT, I. : ago, aixUsaid' that. whiletheduW tr- r' ,.. ; .. .: ; y : of white'carnatfona:
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while 'on your pgesent > : ; ft-e: t Sn !'leok was,-quite grim-,he..,did, riot Lewis Flemings of'Frost and =dn, uncle of Mrs WtXidSonDaniel A reception was held in the

.:.UiF [think. war would result,""fit Luis*time. proof, Fla, collided wjth a.*" 1954 Eugene Newsome Mrs Methooist si parsonage
1 I For 'free information send ths coupon for write tClI ;- I Visiting Rotarians- n|'tfi'meeting Studebaker ,sedan' driven' by Ray*: EJcUse French MFS Blanch Sevor wedding .. following- the

jt, ATLANTA IiOoL OF ELECTRONICS; ;Rf i ; were Lewis TCafoure 'iof Valdosta< mond Ragland of I)othan'lM&. Bothcars I and Miss Linda Jackson,Burial The left
I couple on 'their wedding
I :'. .152 Forsyth..St.',s. w. 'Atlan 3 ='GeQ1ZUl.t'..? >_ua i I"" I and Herbert Action of'Danville'- Ky., were heading west and the was, in Jasper.MT. trip tb-'the East Coast and after
GUests
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Messrs
JT P Morrow, Ford *.attempted to rmaketa left ;

N :..___. ,-"..4' : .<:l ;\: ". Dill. Jarretl" 'P1ekeh. ..'and. Clonts. ,' turn: off.U' S 90.. on to the. Country OLIVE HOST TO .... MacDson.July 26th they' will' be' at home* in
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holds the Master'sdegree
Mr and Mrs td to the Ford were Ayouth rally was enjoyed at the
pass Damages
I ,ADDRESS _-. : EDU.C 'nON':. "...', .-:1} Wjn C Bye of Mt Olive Baptist' church by 47 ia Education from the Uni-
Gainesville and to the Studebaker $150.
$250
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L (; .-:. a.week With.Mr: young people. The guest .ipsakerRev : versity of Florida and is a memberof
Byrd's: parents, Mr 4 and Mrs D C No charges and no injuries. TrooperKilpatrick ;
_____ _. Lorace Cothran, spoke on the Kappa Delta Pi Educational
I CITY STATE 1" Byrd in Greenville, recently. investigated both aka-
Call to Christian
: < :-. Duty, Fraternity She is.a member of
I .r - lim.r Ler/w 1. Mr and. Mrs H L Bishop and den1 S.. ; A business meeting was held and the Madison Elementary school
family 'of St Cloud the following officers were
Mr and Mrs W H Flick and Pa Tamore. Mrs Parramore,and Nan were visitors elected: faculty.Mr .
of"Mr Bishop's parents, Mr and Mrs CAR ACCIDENTAt President, Randall Scott Vice
children of Coral Gables arrived Keyes will accompany the ; Black for the past five years
President
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Wednesday night and are guests of Montreal, N C,"Saturday Flicksw 0 week.W Bishop in Greenville, this 6:40 a Wednesday two and Lou, 'Tuten Jackie; Reporter Goolsby; Bradley Secretary .has been with -the Art-Co, Paint and

Mrs P J Parramore and Miss Phillis weeks' vacation in the mountains. Mrs Edward Bishop of Aucilla nine-tenths miles east of Madison Smith; Song, leader, Merle Bass; Tile Co of Orlando, Fla.

and daughter Mrs,D ,R Campbell o the old Blue Springs road an Pianist, Mary Grace .Sapp. Refreshments from Among Madison the relatives and friends
Monticello faccident occurred when Mrs W H were served by the host attending the weddingwere
were guests Wednesdayof church. Mr and Mrs James,Harris and
Mrs Woodard of Madison in a 1959
I Fred
Mickler and other The next youth rallywfl be held children Mr and Mrs Billy Little
relatives. sedan heading north and :Mrs '
Ford ,
Congratulations: 41 Macedonia -Baptist"church Augat ton and 'family Mr and Mrs R C
Mr and Mrs James Clonts and Billy McCullough of Lee going .J8 eight p..m. All '
: young people Burnett and Mrs W 'J. Bennett
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daughters Misses Mary Frank, 'south in a 1954 Chrysler sedan met ,'and their pastors are cordially in- ;and daughter; also Mr and Mrs Wilbur -
Ruby and AHee Clonts of Atlantaare on"a. curve. Mrs Woodard, accordingto vifed. '
We are very'gratef l to the greatest guests of Mr and Mrs A G Trooper Kilpatrick who made 1 Pulliam of Valdosta.

Herring this wee The Herringsand investigation, had pulled her car A tobacco baf1'.and. 250 sticks.of S '

their guests attended the over to the extreme right when the tobacco belonging] to Mitchell Gas Ranges

majority of our: farmers for their 'cooper Vann-Drawdy wedding in Jasper wheels caught in the sand causingit Young of Greenville, burned to the .

Sunday. to go into a pine tree. The rear ground Monday. E-Z TERMS

Mrs Fred Mickler and Mrs E P end of the ear slid around and Miss Mary Ruth 'Kramer visited Messe'p 1

:Sanders were visitors in Tallahassee struck the McCullough car on the here Friday and Saturday before
ation by bringing their tobacco to their Tuesday and were accompaniedhome side. Mrs WoodanTs mother, Mrs returning to summer: school at thee ;

i by Mrs 0 O Mickler who is Trudy Webb,. a passenger' in th University of Georgia. Battery & fire Co.-

+ the guest of Mr and Mrs Mickler'' car was thrown against the wind

home market, the MADISON> COUNTY for two weeks. i shield and received braises of the

Miss Nancy Ballinger arrived by forehead and shoulder. She was admitted -.

plane last Wednesday from Spart- to the hospital for obser-

I TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. We all tanburg, S C, and spent until Sun-| vation., Mrs Woodard had 'a lacer-

day afternoon with Mrs A H. Hemp- ation of the lip. Mrs McCullongh .

i bill and family. i was unhurt. There were -no charges.
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The Board of County Commissioners of Madison County, Florida, will

1ttt 1tt\ ". ;- FOR. SALE;-16-ft fiberglass boat have a' public: hearing on the proposed budget for the fiscal year 1961-62
419 Bas :"Too Late To Classify PETE SHEA, HU>.3-2590. 48-4t-pd on.August 2, 1961, at 9:00 a. m. The: proposed budget is listed beldw.

StreetMadison i FOR SALE:.Two' used ton'and half ESTIMATED EXPENSES .
Wizard Air-Conditioners GENERAL REVENUE
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r Florida ..'. *; a PROTECTIVE working condition. Phone HU FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30th, 1962
: year'Ado
Year This
,. ; 3-9101 Madison. 48-lt-pd No. Classification Last .
t .::' 8, OO.OO
4,700.00
211 Salary, County COmmissioners
FOR RENT: Downstairs apartment
u FASHION.j private bath and shower 'private 212 Salary Clerk & Secretary to Board 4800.00 4,800.002i6

I .Mr" ,f' Mrs entrance. MRS M L .WALKER, Salary, Supervisor of registration & .Expenses 2.400.09 3200.00
w CONSTRUCTION and Arnold Quande and. .. .. .. t
fltPI : '" : & Circuit Judge 1,700.00 1,700.00
two children of Grand Rapids: 115 W DADE ST.. HU 36243. I 217 Salary,_Sec State Attorney'
Clerk Miscellaneous 200.00 200.00 .
Circuit court .
New and Mich, have returned 221
RemodelingHowerton home followinga FOR RENT: Two-bedroom house'
i! visit here with Mr and Mrs C R In Lee. Fla." Call HU 3-6990, or 224 Salary Tax Assessor (Budget) -6300.00 13850.00
i I \ Co. Tax f : ,500.00 OOO.po,
Salary Collector
J Supply Stout.' s.. : ee EUNICE L BELL. 48-lt-pd .227 225 Inquests, ., .} -. .'J. 500,00 500.00

:ii HELP WANTED! .-L00000) )( 4occ.OO-
.. ::1' Ci Hotlint
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r REPORT OF CONDITION OF :.1A :nit r : j
Young man want/ a good'job? 500.00 300.00
Buildings
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242 Maintenance Welfare Library
BANK GREENVILLE
I I; Greenville, in the State of Florida at the close of business on June 30 Contact Pine Restaurant.MRS PATTERSON Phone HU Yellow 3-9101 I 249 Rent Administrative Offices. (Health. & .Co'; .Agt. ) g66.4Q 1000.00
1 3,000.00 3000.00
Election ExPense
1961. I Madison, Fla. 48-lt-pd 261
ASSETS 262 Legal Advertising & Legal Counsel ; 2,000.00 2,500.0q

''I I Cash f'q; :balances with other banks including .; Waitress\ Wanted at t the 263 Advertising Delinquent Taxes 50.00 50.00

reserve balances and cash items in x 269 Administrative Supplies (Insurance) 6,000.00. 5,000.00
I other offices (H. D. & ety\Agt) ,860.00 600.00
process of collection $489,207.17 270 Office Supplies .
CHUCK .1' -
WAGON '
United States Government .obligations, direct 275 Salary, .Juvenile' Court !Judge 1680.00

'I r;and. guaranteed '" "': '>.."<:. ,. 799,214.38 ., i_ ..,"tt',,'. 542 Tuberculosis Hospital 3,000.00 1,500.00

\ Loans and discounts ,(including $266.57 overdrafts) 741388.49 *, 11: 48-lt-ch 562 Insanity Proceedings .l< 1,500.00 1200.00

., S 563 County Welfare r 6,000.06 7,000.00
__il TOTAL ASSETS .' .$2.029,81004 Stylish 565, indigent Hospitalization 7600.00 7.OT1M6n
_ .N r WANTED: About 4 quarts of fresh, Sai ,+,J,,r 'Service Officer& Expenses. i' S 1,900.00 1,900.00
'. ripe fig' THE E-R.. 15,000.00
x 10,000.00
LIABILITIES. Permanent 674 County Hospital .
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__J Demand deposits of individuals partnerships, ., : 677 County LibrarY 3500.00 9,000.00
r and corporations: _' .- '- n"k: 66&281.06 :;1 S FEDERAL LAND BANKFarm 681 'Salary & B'qjenses,. County Agent, t': 5700.00 6,000.00
Practical
J I Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, *' ..; ..- b : Hit: t 68lA Sal_ t.7: & Expenses, Assistant County Agent.. 3900.00 4200.00;

and corporations, .f k- : 765,825,26. 6,: .,'. ALUMINUM AWNINGS v. Timber_ ..Ranch Loans 681B Salary nome Demoristnalion- Agent : 'If' :2.400.00 2.400.00

Deposits of United States Government (Including ( ,'..!.. "' -',_' Long'berms J -. Low Interest 681C Salary, Clerk.Hahne Demonstration Agei*., .' 1050.00 1,000.0068tD
l : '.' .. .. .. -'PATIOS 'J Scholarshi (boys 400, .girts 450,white) 850.00 850.00'681E
postal savings) .,. .f :* *> ; I 6.920.y .. (..I" '- ,,t \.4 SEE *pt\ jt ttTVTy.TCJT5T. T A TTUT5; A f '
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Deposits of State and political subdivisions. <' ('. 307678.74. :' e.. "CARPdtTS,..: ., ,;. i.,(I,- THE. MADISON COURT. HOUSE 4.1I$choIarslrip (boys '100_ .,. girls 100...neb_ ) .200:00: e :200 '
.' EVERY 681F Youth' Cant Contest A.C .' .150.00: 150.00
Certified ,and
officers' checks, etc. 2,291.60$1,75X332.48 BOATPORTS : '-: ,. f D MORNING.: ;
) u1tura1 cent i:! 4& ?.S. OO.OO 3000.00
TOTAL DEPOSITS; $1.744,996.14' 'I 681G Maintcnffiice'A r. Y
I (a) Total demand deposits ....879170.88 f. ., >r MARQUEES' .'. h. '-./ J.Notice....--i.. "' r.'NOTICE, 681H Fann.Forester i 1,843.30, 2.639.Sq

(b) Total time and savings deposits 865,825.26 ; ., CABANAS .:;:';, I 68U North,Florida Livestock 'Show ; 300002 300:00.
Other liabilities '..'.. ,336.34R'OTAL. : TRAILER \ : : is,hereby! given that the 681J ,I Negro,CountZAgt. & H. D. Apt ...6OO.QO. .8DO.oo
.. CANOPIES Board of County Commissioners of 681K ..Seaetary.Cotiay.Agent 1-0.00; 1,600.00

LIABILITIES : ; Par. Free Estimates Call. Collect Madison County, Florida, will accept i 68IL Travel. 'Home 'Demoastration: Agent. "r.ooO.OO" 900.00
,i m. 4-0461, VALDOSTA. GA. bids at their next regular meetingon I 682 Fire Control 9,102-:00.: 9. '02.00
,. : August 2, '1961, at 9:00 a. m., 1685 Madison"'County Development Authority '20:00; -:6690.00: ;
CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .i H. C. WILKINSON, on the ,following: 811 Capital OUtlay'' (fumL'& 'fixtures et=House) 6OOXOO: 8.000.00
Capital: (a) Common stock total par value 32000.00 32000.00 1. lOne Ton Air Conditioner
.J ,,921 Refund,Invalid Tax Certificates. (mineral.rtgllts XLO0
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Surplus 220,000:00: 2100 Bemte'Rd, Valdosta] Ga. 2 Two Ton- Air Conditioners ,.
Undivided profits 26,477.56 2' Two and One-half Ton. .Air. II '
ConditiOners. TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 123,431.70 149339.00

TOTAL CAPITAL LOST: Large sum of money from Bid price on these units must RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES 3,323.46 11,17639RESERVE'
ACCOUNTSTOTAL
278,477.56 '
first of Reward
my pocket week
indude Installation exclusive of FOR CASH BALANCE BE1'i
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extra wiring. CARRIED FORWARD 14,000.00 20000.00
LIABILITIES ..
AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 2029810.04 SURLES 48-lt-pd
The Board, reserves the right to
reject any and all bids. TOTAL BUDGET 140,755.16 180,515.59
I MEMORANDAAssets GOOD BRICK BUILDING FOR DALE M LESLIE, Clerk
pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for SALE in Lovett for immediate Board of County Commissioners I ROAD AND BRIDGE*FUND

c other purposes (including notes and bills rediscounted removal. Contact MRS D F Madison Countjr! .. Florida.. .472th I Ale! No. ClaMlflcatlon .' Last Year This Year
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and. securities sold with agreement to repurchase 71 .38: BURNETT phone' HU<'3-6392.; 411 Salary Supervisor & Foremen" 134OOQ.OO. 36 00.00
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n 'MMdcson, Fla. 48-4t-pd 415 Free Labor 18000.00 18, (tt.bo
.. I, C H Brannen Cashier, of the above-named bank, do solemnlySWEARAFFIRM NOTICEBids : .
:421 Maintenance Buildings ;:' 500.00 500.00
( that this report of condition is .
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FIVE PUREBRED BULLS FOR will be 12000.00 12000.00
F the best of my knowledge and belief. received for the I 422 Maintenance Equipment
-,: C. H. BRANNEN SALE: From 3 months to 18 sale of one junk school bus (Ford :423 Gasoline & Oil'i., .*;"*I.. ';' 8000.00 8000.00
months old. Priced from $150. up. chassis Superior body) August 2 at '431, Road Materials't .Vt| i*r;* 25,000.00 25,000.00
Correct-Attest '
: Contact R. C. DICKINSON 9:00 A. M. 'by the Madison '.'. .
.'. County 451 Right-of-way: ?. .,,' 1,000.00 1000.00
LAWTON BURNETT Phone HU 3-2517. 48tfh Board of Public Instruction. Bus is : *
454 Insurance 1,600.00 1,600-00
.. T. P. McLEOD JR. located at Greenville School. ; .
,Training
.. JOE S. REAMS FOR SALE: Lilliston Rotary GRIFFIN BISHOP, 834 New Machinery- ',. 24000.00 24000.00
Superintendent '
Mower in good shape '$135. JOE 911 One-half Road & Bridge Taxes x toCities 2000.00 2,000.00TOTAL
:: Directors MANDZIARA, Rt 2, Madison 48-lt-ch
P .State of Florida, County of Madison, ss: "- Florida, HU 3-6519. 48-2t-pd Mrs J M Pafford Miss Josie APPROPRIATIONS, 126100.00 128100.00
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 12th day of July, 1961 Smith and
FOR SALE: One 1960 Super 10 guests Mr and Mrs .* RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES Yr 10,309.84 8922.45
and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank David Baker
and
-. HD Motorcycle, in excellent condition children of RESERVE FOR CASH BALANCE TO-BE ,

I My commission expires April 23, 1965. miles South of Le.e. Fla. 48-4t-pd James Pafford and children of A .

Monticello Mr and Mrs Richard TOTAL BUDGET 151409.84 155022.45
Baker and children Mr'and Mrs A- f.
FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND j
: Edwin Baker and Mrs E P Sanders Ac! No. .. Classifications. ?Last Year This Year
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....r S enjoyed a swim party and. 'picnic 311 Salary, County Judge (budget) ; *, 2400.00 12 3-5.80

supper ThUrsdayevening.- at. Cherry 314 Salary, County Solicitor .-f i' :: 4,000.00 4500.00
Lake. 316 Salary, Sheriff & Deputies ;* 18,313.65 20,650.00

J : ; .-f- 321 Clerk's Cost Bills .., Ai';!:*,' 8,000.00 8000.00
urn TOBACCO. GROwER- Mr and Mrs David H Baker, and 323 County Judge's Cost. Bills '_' ky "Y,"_'. 700.00 700.00
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two daughters of .Graham Texas 324 Justice of the Peace's Cost Bills, 1,000.00 1,200.00

:;. Buyers and Families i.., :Mr and Mrs Carl Smith and familyof 326 Constable's Cost Bills -. :. *f > 5000.00 5000.00
i' Ft Lauderdale and .
Mr Sammy 328 Witness Fees. 1000.00 1000.00
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.' : ; ;, Monday to their homes from a 329 Other Court Costs ., < 600.00 1,000.00

p : #\t-DINE WITH US !SV. visit here with :Mrs J M" Pafford 364 Expenses other than salary (Sheriff) '", 16,462.35 15,685.00
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brothers and ,families Mr and Mrs 365 Investigations(Sheriff) '-.- 960.00 938.00
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_ '-. Ii'.: REGULAR DINNERS 75c AND 95c = Edwin Baker. TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS ."'' '" :*. ".*.: ;,. 62336.00 73520.80

,.i-; .', ;" ,_!' t -w- 9.51-QO 'TY .* ; 4029.76 2,010.53

S. S' '4 Mr and Mrs Macy W Newton 'of 952-SHERIFF __ 3,923.60 3,5050
SERVED I'- -" f
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ALSO SHORT :
) ; :' i" Creedmoor ,N C,.are'Madison: ,for RESERVE. FOR. CASH'BALANCE' PO BE. ,. .' ., ..
s the 'tobacco season/and are guests ::.,?'CARI 'FORWARD.J. )*** 'f; c t',,_;'.*'1*6.000.00,; 000.00;
YELLOW PINE i" %Mrs T C Goody's home. .
RESTAURANT ....' s
TOTAL BUDGET "76289.36 86(89.83

I ..' .. : : t 'ifJ'' '- Usedageas '. The above proposed budget represents a 1.98 mill incr ase. ,This
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:' ,' For Orders To Go- '_ ,'l : low as $5 down and $5 a month Memorial Hospital, the Madison County" Development Authority and the* .

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l!"'"S WiOd! MjESSIR County library.

: ,. .. PHONE HU 3-9101. .. .' MADISON. !': '.;1,_i : DALE M. LESLIE, Clerk'Board of County Commissioners Madison County,
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1 JAYCEES MEET Miss ,Sheryl Williams, spent a I Mrs Gladys Suit and daughter,. Misses Sister Cantey and Nell
BUSINESSMEN----- Earn a .B l4% I week at Savannah, .Ga.>!with. her i Miss Charlene, of Jacksonvillewere Norfleet left yesterday for Montreal

1 On Your Savings At cousins .Linda and Mary' Kaye I recent guests of Mrs: A H N C to attend the Presbyterian
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By Ronny .
I Newspaper advertising Junior Chamber of '. I> Hewett They returned wJth'Sheryl HemphUl and f8n '1y. World :Missions youth, con-
The Madison
to Madison for a two weeks visit and
Commerce' met at noon ,last Fridayat ference for a week.
Fist Federal with their uncle and aunt, Mr and .
McNeil's Restaurant. -JC5
make [ Mrs .Williams. -
can help Gordon, :-
you Jimmy Davis, chairman of' the -
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social party committee, gave a and Diane Hancock returned The Singer man is atRuby's
i Mrs B N, Gross Is at, home froma LaMoyne
'well have on the'social plans. The*party
report
money as as several t weeks stay in Atlanta Sunday from Jonesboro,I
was held last. Friday night at BillSelph's in Dixie-Taylor Hotel Bldg. '
where she 'recently underwent sur- Arkansas where they visited with I Fabric Shop
lake cottage at Cherry Lake.
fun in business. Plans to farther"renovate the city .PERRY, rLA.IIOSPITAL gery..Mir their father, Buck Hancock, and

playground facilities were ,discussed.. and Mrs R H Rowe Jr spent i Mrs Hancock. June, Gibson, who every Tuesday.BAcco .
CaIIHLJ3-6361 Richard Brockman" proposed, that. the weekend at Jacksonville Beach. was their guest returned with them.
f the Jaycees allot $200 to replace NEWS

1 playground equipment.- The motion ,
Mrs 'P S Cantey, Mrs R S Wil- was carried. '
liams and Mrs B M left Guests were Mr Smothers, Mr \ !
Bryan SPECIALSother's
Jarrell and.Mr Hull of the local Tobacco Admissions: Mrs. Mary Weger. HARVEST
Thursday on a few;days visit with' warehouse. The guests discussed Mrs. Mary .Sullivan, Mrs Mandy
their sisters in Birmingham, Mrs .the tobacco warehouse sit French; Mrs. Annie: Register Mrs '
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Hunter Dunn and Mrs Williams and their support. Themen asked tnem- ,
ReWa.Eakins,'Mrs' Elizabeth Cruse, "," "
( Mrs Bryan will visit their sister MrsJ ers to encourage, tobacco growers to William Richter, Mrs ..FaraJArnold. FUM :,1M9 I I' ,Cole Peaches 4for99cf :
D Gainey sell their tobacco locally The out-- "
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.... look. for :a good.. season this year ,is .
a Nita Lancttc .Allen, < ,
r Discharges: SJ !
i MISS,. !BONUS- .. Very The gpoiL' Jaycees have. dedded, in Mrs,,'Mae Roenbeck, Mrs Helen' Lee f River 3 cans :: ;.;;, Pan 20 oz.C4TSU.P,. ":''';: ,.duo." *Own-Bulk vf-' Full Polud- *'

order to- help the Madison warehouse and baby boy, Mrs' Bernice Harrison 'Yienna, Sausage. I ,,).
Green Stamp Coupon to solicit ''money' tofurnish' Mrs' Mini,Budiaman'ikn'd, baby? :: 27c TEA: .. '< : 69c
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tobacco sheets.: t ,tJ\, girl, Mrs Madeline Ginn' and babyboy !Pal" 3, Ib. Jar 3* '. \. ;
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J L. ; : Bailey; Wynn{ {Mjrs Bftfry -.
Coker, John King,: Mrs1 Mandy Peanut Butter ,MJim I : r ,
Mr and Mrs .L 'E Hewett of '
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t'H&iiith'sD: Ad Savannah, Ga, spent last week end .
l' U with the Gordon Williams family, girl, Miss Sandra SulhVan. ,, Dandy1'40%- = 50 Ib':'Bag Red Dart All Green303. Can Big TenRAYON ."' .
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BABY WEGE
baby girl was born to.Mr and ,Hog Pellets .2.55 Lima Beans 2.o '29c MOPS' 79c.

SEALY SALE ; Mrs Wayne Weger of Madison on ". .'r ,,- .. '
July.. 20; She weighed 7 lbs, 7% ozs. : Cedar Creek 303 'Can '
BABY WELLS
you must be satisfied ;or Mr and Mrs Carlton Wells of Boiled Peanuts23c '

__L :Madison are the 'parents of a baby : .. Camellia No. '5 Jug
girl born July 21. She weighed 7 GULF SPRAY Qt. :59c
WE'LLBUYITBACKn Extra Long Grain Carmen .
lbs 5 ozs. .COOKING OIL 75c

; n BABY BELL ,RICE. 3 Ibs ,47 c yo. .
Mr and Mrs Lester Bell of Madi- I

son are the parents of a baby boy STEAk ,Sunnyland ,Smoked
.,, M Mattress or born July 21. The baby weighed I CLUB 69 lb. ,
A Box Sprlna 7 lbs, 13% ozs. Picnic Shoulder 29c lb. -
Twin or 'Death: July 24, Mrs Amanda .
,,,f ull Sue Johnson. -aca :;Frozen FtWt.a. ..# ,, .' '

Admissions: Lumader; Smith, 3 for Sunnyland 12 oz. pkge "
PIES $1.0 ; .
Goldie Frazier, Sarah Thomas. Inez
., Noble. .,, ,Apple Cherry Peach" '. Wieners 3 for $1.00
I Discharges: Goldie Frazier..

'I Fresh 'Country Smoked

+ AGED RESIDENT: DIES, Butter Beans 2, Ibs 29c Sausage 49c Ib.

Mrs 'W 'B Johnson better knownas
Mrs !Mamie Johnson, age 83, 'died 'AD 34c
,Monday night at the Madison FLORIENT 79c1 VEL-Lrg 4c off 30c Lrg.

\ .: YoubeTeudpellfwlMin County Memorial Hospital followinga I
30 days,you can find a long illness. She was a life-long Vel liquid Lrg 37c'Giant : '
>' better mattress for less money buy It! resident of Madison where for I SUPER SUDS! .t : 80c
Return your Sealy Golden Sleep mattressfor
full purchase price of$39.88. many years she operated the John-i .
sen boarding.house. She was a Yel liquid Giant '
THESE BIG FEATURES MAKE THIS. BUY member of the First Baptist church. 5c off 30c Jumbo ," 2.55
UNBEATABLE' kg.
Survivors are one brother B M off 58c :
SM/JTS Edm*Ccrrf-relnforces mattress edge '
Jerkins of Summerfield. Fla one 72c9c '
llf Lin fling Coa.f.d/oa-secnt of ; Giant 15c off .
sister Mrs Rose Anna McMullen of .

_ .. Sealy's Beauttfvl smooth,durable batton-free heavy damask surface cover Jacksonville Johnson of; one Jacksonville grandson,;John two F King Size 25c off{ '}1.18 .Octagon Soap,r Bar 12c AJAX, 2 flit. ,33cPALMOLIYE

LIMITED OFFER, GOOD ONLY'DURING SLUrS GOLDEN SLEEP SALE nephews one niece and three great :
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granddaughters.Funeral '
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1 ,: t y GOLDEN SLEEP Deluxe ,graveside In Oak Ridge cemetery ;:;: ;, ,
Wednesday at 10 a. m.. conductedby >
Extra Quality!Extra Value! ,Rev Bill Ligon and Rev Dan t I :

I .. Another unbeatable Golden Sleep McCown. Reg. 4 bar deal, ; : t.:,S U WAN N Et E off. '
FAB 5c 25c
It : -4L' : v buy with extra features and Serrving as active pallbearers Jig.t. ;
:, ,?;;,; and firmness support.for top, quality comfort were Messrs Henry Bennett, Edgar 9c off 35c 18' ,
Stewart Emory Huggins M Bunt- '
Card coftstractioa). '
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_ : New decorator deslga coverLife ing.. Jim Busby and' Jake Gay. 31ciCashner +-, FOOD tf. .
.. The T J Beggs Funeral Home !
,:, :rxtr,, : Lino Flaafl latex* fiber entn pad c .for oRalaforced was in charge of arrangements.' 1Bath,2for It '; .. fa 1 ... T I

a :a .4 added firm****aad support' f Giant: >m .t'69c\\
the Bouquet ,:. STORESf :, ,
88 Richard Baker was among : e t ;, 1 ;,,
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young people attending < ;; .t' .
CONVENIENT'TERMS 549 Twin or youth. 'camp at Leesburg last w ekDON'T Reg.Free Bar Deal ,,:'JULY.t-t.-i',*28th ,AND...29thas!:\ :: : ,'- i J : t, .
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'1 'I .'! H' EIGHT : -- __:__THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER. ; MADISONtwmDA.,..;: : : .:,\ .>:'.\"'.>: .'_".: .. FI DAY,. JULY. 28iit.! ;9 vIi.r '.

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1!.' ,. ..- DOUBLE" FEATURETHE 1. ,. : tlEfJ ,

'J- starring Glenn ;<:. : :' 'ECREJ'8t e!. .
p Ford._.Debbie Reynolds. A rib-tick : .ll' .l ; ;
ling fun-fest,. He. knew where the '
1. body was buriedhe buried itunder.the ... .- : ,

gazebo in the garden. *. r 0, New, high rounded profile, real\ !{i" ../

THE HAND, starring Derek Bond ;i_ .. fully padded "bra.that gives a l
Ronald Hunt. He trudged 'through :. ; beautiful natural plus to minus -,_ !.v

the' Jungles of war with this man.1 figures. -":.'.Ji' .

4 ( : A dynamic illustration of poetic Jus1 Q Featherweight'synthetic foam. ., p .
MADISON tice. An eye for an, 'eye-a hand< I
1 for a hand. Cartoon.Sunday.Monday -,.. .: .. '. ." :. e.. ....- pads-the lightest ,you've ever -

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July 30, 31 ;. '. ...i 1' >, : to make the most of t.
) 1-1D R' U STORE ALL HANDS ON DECK, DeLuxe -....- ..:' I. ." ra. you. ,
color, starring Pat Boone .' r 0 e ta'1 'S 0 Stay There! tattled elastic back j
.; Barbara Eden. It's the stars-and- provides snug secure fit and

, L.'. HU 3-2300 MADISON, FLA.STOCK stripes fun-lilt of 1961. There's fun 5 : eliminates cutting, binding andriding
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Tuesday-Wednesday, August 1, 2:., ..
sparkling white broadcloth with ;.
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N V.1 Called For ADd. TOMBOY AND THE CHAMP, ,, ::: !<.::: 4 t v, dainty shell edging. New stitch. :

Eastman color, starring Candy 'j; itg efcs self-fabric'straps with ring

I := \ DeliveredComplete : Moore, Ben .Johnson. The gallant, t -$ n t and slide for easy adjustment. ,
YOUR all-heart story of the making of a

''I pair of champions. She's the pig- 'f' -.: I r Bra style 1623 :
ii I ItHEST Lineof tailed. pride of the Texas plains. ;. White A, B 32-36 3 A 95

WINGS OF CHANCE Eastman Consult Registered Corsetiere atLucile's
Max Factor Revlon color, starring Jim Brown, Frances :
I W Rafferty. An exciting- and thrilling M Dress Shop
story of Canada's bush pilots. .

\ and. Yardley 'Cosmetics t Thursday-Friday, August 3, 4 f::! AND The Family Store

.. DOUBLE FEATURE )
to ,' :.to.
Refresh, Yourself at .our Soda Fountain. GIANT Warnercolor, starting : s MADISON, FLA

'S We Welcome All Tobacco Growers, Buyers, Ware- Rock Hudson. ElizabetH Taylor. ,Entertainment .
.on a,giant _scale. There'sdrama '
housemen.- PASSES 'TESTS FOR'
: romance, action, tension, tosay Priest ReelecteHVan
FLIGHT SCHOOL
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Repossessed Piano For
nothing of vastness of production -
S We give MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS on all cash \ i
facilities'and results, which arc H Priest was re-elected City
purchases AND on ALL ACCOUNTS PAID quite impressive 'by themselves. A Commissioner I Tuesday, defeating '
Danny Daniel son of Mr and :Mrs Sale
THROUGH MONTH OF AUGUST. story of interest from beginning to challenger J Burnette. 252 to,20p.' Woodson' Daniel of Madison I is one
end. i' I Two faulty ballots were thrown;:qu1;, FACTORY REBUILT-REFINISHED
i.f' two in his Lakeland
men at
group -
AS THE SEA RAGES, starring and one write-in was cast. MIRROR SPINET
Cornelius To Wauchula Maria Schell, Cliff Robertson. An This was the first time, in several Air' F B Texas to have made
unusual adventure ena- taboo years that a contest had developed highest grades on a test that quallf1es.'him WITH MATCHING BENCHTo
Burch Cornelius, MHS principal, DISCOUNT island ruled 'by an unusual person. : or a City' Commission seat, and/con- to attend Flight School at Take Up Monthly Paymentsor

has resigned to accept the positionof Actually filmed on location against I siderable interest was manifested inthe the .:conclusion of his basic training.
of PRICES, the of- Grecian 'i ::' Discount For Cash
stormy grandeur
principal Wauchuja High. election. :Only .thirteen men on the entire .
Cartoon. Call or Write
Isles. base passed the tests for flightschooh
RESTAURANT BENEFICIAL FINANCE CO.
(COUNTY COURT
Mrs i w and Danny was among that
Hyem Kramer visited .in
and : EQUIPMENTDishes LIGlfININGWMAF STRIKES Eddie Edwards, assault and rhat- numb r,\'.When he reaches Flight CH 4-1185, Valdosta. Ga.
Jacksonville Monday Tuesday.
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tery, $25 bond estreated. School s'lie, may then choose the
1 ? Dale Burnett spent two" or three Glasses, Thomas James Haynes, driving branch; pi specialized training he NOT IN COURT:
days this week in the hospital at :
mNSMITTERThe" on left side of roadway, $25 bend
[Gainesville. He is togo back week Silverware, Pots and estreated.Joe > desires ], ,
after next for further diagnosis Pans. WMAF transmitter was Bochnla driving while ..jintoxfdated. Madison relatives and' friends are J T (Talmadge) Bland of Pinetta
relative to circulatory trouble in Struck by lightning Wednesday; and Jury could not agpee} glad. .'to: learn of Danny's success. asked The E-R to state that he was
the legs. SOUTkIERNSALVAGE badly damaged. Manager ,Bob Layis and mistrial declared. '' f not the J T Bland listed In the
Mr and Mrs W G ;Sheldon and Mr making every effort to secure Mizell 'white, driving while in and Mrs. John :Mathes have proceedings of the Small Claims
t and Mrs James Copeland and CO. replacement parts and get the station toxicated. Jury could not agree, i asMr this, week' Mrs Mathes' Court in last weeks Issue. The-Mr'

Jimmy, Harry and Sarah Jeane V VALDOSTA. GA.: back, on 'the., air as quickly 'as :and mistrial declared. "- I sister and brother-in-law. Captain Bland who was sued Is said to bo',.
Copeland spent from Thursday until possible. 1 Claude Alton King, driving while and Mrs Fred Cannon, and two from Hamilton County. ,.:.:r< l
Intoxicated. children;: They Have recently returned
Sunday at New Smyrna Beach. Jury returned verdictof
r Mr atld- Mrs Woodson Daniel had guilty. Defendant ordered to. appear ,from Germany, where Captain Used'T-V ,
Monticetto Stock Yard as. guests Sunday Mr Daniel's Aug!<10th for .sentencingi' '-, : Cannon completed a four, year : .;
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( ,. brother'Mr ,Dowdy Daniel and Mrs ;? // .'v'w !I ->; E-Z TERMS .
Daniel of Adel Ga., Little'':' Susie David Galbraith, 12 years aid of 'For' higher than ordinary I

>... 2, DAYS Daniel who has -been. "visiting in Jacksonville, caught ,an 8 Ib *'2 oz quality at lower than. .vtisualprides .MesserBattery t
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At the Monticellb Stockyard, Inc, Adel returned with 'them to" her. bass iria-local, pond while on/a" "" FURNITURE "
156 cattle and calves were visit ,.:With 'his grandfather, I VHTiurmazv : see McLBOD & Tire :
,siRvicr; July 24, home here. i. ,? : .. o. '
t sold compared to 136 a week ago. recently. y --. >?>. j,*' *H .CO., -. -Greenville, Fla.

( :: on your Receipts Choice 600 included-800 lb. load feeder Good' steers&, LEE NEWS NOTES y" ..:. l.. '>s... .'...,:.',"':;'(;{" :, .,. >. .

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WATCH 1 1H poor. % of total supply again soldto "- '
stocker and feeder buyers. Few Mrs R D Reams is itf the hospital !' -, f,: ; .;:'Ji
Slaughter cows ,steady to weak, at Live' Oak with broken\l leg ': /1/ '
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J r other slaughter classes poorly tested. and dislocated ankle. The accident I -. ' you need your watch repaired Stocker and feeder steers weak happened Sunday afternoon. when I'
; In a hurry,we can do H. 5'
No extra charge foe fast early, later fully steady. Stocker.. the porch swing broke and- fell. f -. iF :#.
calves unevenly steady. her ankle.
across
service. And we guaranteeboth % t .
parts and workmanship. -, Mrs, Clyde Sutton had as, guests ,,,

'; FREE INSPECTION!, ..,. ,. .Used .Small Freezer last week Mr and Mrs Dewitt # r a. '- SweetestTrades > If':
Green and children of ,Lakeland : :
: You pay nothing unless your '61 GALAXIE TOWN VICTORIA:). trw '.
: watch really needs service. E-Z TERMS Mrs J R Newton and sons and Miss luxury cat of the Iow pace field with Cash In on our ... ..
1 Marie-Kinsey, came Sunday for aday's Thuftderfoird-inspired elegance and comfort. new low Galaxla t=:$:';

'. r MesserBattery visit. A trend-setter if there ever was one! prices now.' r _5" #, 1i,.,. i. ,'':, ',".

The Whitty family gathering at .J l, H
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& Tire Co. the State Park Sunday was a" very : {" reJ
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illness all the family weren't able '" .,

Co. Madison Gas Co. to attend. A bountiful dinner was'. "' .., in ,- '. -,

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r the afternoon picture taking and ;

watching the boat racing and meet '61 FALCON TUDOt. A Falcon with Stanford -
other old friends that were transmission averaged 32.6 mpg In I. .
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the 1961 Mobitgas Economy Kimhighestgos America's. -... Town .
= i 53: visitors in the afternoon helped- to mileage by a <- or,S-cyftnder car irf st-prfcd I
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fen >> make it a very pleasant day -Ttar hutory.* 4 :: {
I returned home .: I '.pusangel' sedan :.-t
Jerome Mercer .
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,'fI\ ** = for a week's outing at the lake. '.- ; .
S3 30 GALUON KEE down, near Keystone Heights. ..: ..iI.. "" .. _... 5 _.
o Mrs Dalton McCully and """"19 .. .; ,. "i iII1GiTwyfl'
Mr and -
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'sons Jacksonville came .
of : L. .nd.- -L' jell iI ...
visit with Mrs !oJ(
Lined Warranty for a few days'
Glass 10-yr t -
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buzzln'yourwayhour -o"'
a buy z {,
and other relatives :
Turlington .
Navey
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Swappin
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'- ..-..-. Mr and Mrs Jim Braddy and< .
> HARD'VICK
little daughter, Debby. .
Williams sons, Keith SAVE
Jack STOP
': Mr SWAP Sedans Convertibles .:
:: = Gas. Range $149.59s and Raully -and daughter Karen: pendinc money on BOW for a'$i Ford with the ear that. Wagons-pick your honeyand-
c...;>> .. came Wednesday .of.last week for .your ear's old mje. Sale sn.'UP.': ass Beautifully Built .MH't't d money during our FordDealers' :
.Completely installed with two with Mr and Mrs J H Williams --- -* "OUI'FarcI De Ier.is to Take Car of SWAPPING BEE! Special -:
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a > in a position to pay lUetf. A 61 Ford ....
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v 100.112 gas cylinders se : low ; !
COCCS ." Sr.There ; top dollar foryvax toe SO.OOO mike Jin"1, A&U6-
," c::> \. trade-in. between I1IbricatrJLdetJ1 easiest
t.,. c;.:) 1$19.99.down" $7.05 mo. S3 will be services hereA, .. : tk>M, 4,000 mite* terms possible. For savings that
rethodist'chur Sunday with 9MJur. *-, between all bee-lbuzz
> bee-yond
the are on inj
f = = dinner on the grounds. All are... bfvited. : "v, i- .,....,: "l4 _to your Ford Dealer during his

.. 0 Madison Gas Co. Gn' 'r*_ -* [BEE AT' YOUR. roD DEALWS SWAPPING. BEE. TODAY.- priee-ln: .ltin. SWAPPING BEE. .

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ROCK HOT ''WATER HEATER AND.LIGHT FIXTURES .
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tt 1 Florida A Hundred borough Counties. the Navy Stephen R Mallory. I and family are moving this week ; t
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SERVICE' Years Ago becoming increasingly critical of th.:! Seminary holds its closing exercisesfor has employment and will enter I GREENVILLE-Three piggy banks
REFRIGERATION ineffective blockade of Southern the ,year today in Ocala. The the University; of Florida this falL I were emptied of about 56 in a
Madison, Florida ? ports. Washington now reports that program includes 14 musical-. selections :Wednesday night burglary at the
FLORIDA CIVIL WAR the blockading fleet in the Gulf of 8 declamations, 6 "composi Repairs on all small gas 1 home of Annie Mae Choir, colored
PHONE HU 3-6339 CENTENNIAL COMMISSION Mexico is almost at full strength. ,tions," a "dialogue," and 3 "original motors. HOWERTON SUPPLY !sChool. teacher.Deputy .

if no answer, Call Edited by Samuel Proctor, The R R Cuyler is off" Tampa Bay, speeches." At the conclusion of the CO., Briggs-Stratton and MeCalloch I Sheriff Edward Porter of
IIU 3-2560 .University of Florida the Montgomery\ ( is iff Apalachee exercises, Miss 'Susannah Brut n Sales Madison and James Burnett, Green:
l Bay; the Mississippi, Niagara, and will sing- to the tune of "Dixie," a and Service. vile police officer said tracks indicated
: Water Witch off Pensacola, the song specially written for the .occasion -.. the ,burglar entered the house
FLORIDA GIRDS FOR WAR Huntsville the Principal
and sailing sloop by the Seminary's through an window.
open
Significant Florida ,Events For St Louis off Mobile, Georgia -
and the Brooklyn Robert, P Bryce: Officers here are also lookingfor
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White Marigolds July: 1861 P.owhatan, antj J' two gunboatsoff July ,13 The 2nd Florida Infantry ? a boy, eight to 10 years old,
'' PLATE
--;--' I the Mississippi passes. that is assembled' near the old GLASS iI who ,took money from a dime store
July 1 The 1st Florida 'Cavalry"in r Companies; F and C, 2nd Florida Brick Church in' West :'Jacksonville, / cash register: and fled after a proprietor -
training at Camp Mary Davi4'i Infantry' aboard the steamer Madison \ in 'the section known .as LaVilla, I Company took from' him.
it
6 miles"out of ri Tallahassee, is being -I away
That is, nearly white. Alex,Agner, have captured 3 Federal// is being mustered: into ifederate GLASS t .
I whose tall sunflower has caused mustered Into Confederate, service -II'' schooners, loaded with,. ...railroadlrpnBJjj service., The' Regiment consists_ of / : .
some bit of good-natured: comment ..The,regime it's officers. ,i include I : : th fL jGulf\ Mexico. -Major: ten: ,:- ? ::... iatl Vd *U>- **M?,: :._. _' GLASS BLOCK( Don't miss .green
G -" !', W"-ZB0vyLU= -uiMMI1'Ml;; of Tam Columbia'' Ham;' ;; .
in this paper,' brought to 'this-newsrr I 7 ;, Rifles :Guards, x l4tRlRORS .
Saturday a bunch of light Colonel George Troupe. 1V axwell,." pa, has, also captured' two Northern .moek,Guards_'(Afarign,Co ity),,Gulf. "

paper yellow, some of .them! nearly white' and The Major, ,Confederate;William,W T Department Stockton: sToopC aDd-'thei Bi;|Had ceuasinto brought port.the vessels State Johns Guards Greys, ,(St Jacksoo Augustine County Rifles), 5*,.. 215:w Savannah Ave stamp coupons in E-R -

marigolds which he grew at his is assigning the 4th ,Florida Infantry The" j' orthern, steamer} the, ;Illinois Hamilton Blues. .Iii Guards Phone CHERRY 2-5285, Ads. .
place. ':. to duty ale* tl a'*elf( f coast, ., has anivedta.. ensacoli. with (Nassau County), an d l the Madison 1 Vatc st ., Georgia I
He also brought in two huge 3 companies 'at Tampa; '1 ft Cedar< sunflower heads to show he was Key, and others at St Marks.. The Harvey Browo, the Federal Commander Colonel Gearge\TWaid. Leon

not'joking about them, a bunch of regimental commander is' ColonelEdward of;Tort* Pickens has been County; Lt Co1 net't.i8' cSt, ,George
chives which he grew at his place, : Hopkins of Jacksonville, eagerly awaiting these munitions but Rogers, Marion Coin":and- Major .
and some egg plants for good mea- and the volunteers are from Frank now; discovers that the guns are Louis G Eylea, Alachua County. 'l'nValdosta":
sure. bin Columbia,, Lafayette, Madison ,' not suitable for service ashore and Thomas Palmer and, Thomas W ;
Bradford Marion, Leon, Washine- that only about a third of the shellssari Hendry are the 'Wi'geonS, and Edward -
be. used because of poor fusing. 'M L'Enete Quartermaster. __
H _July.5-A. board-of 'highrankingnaval detachments Confederatecoast
7" Two of

STUMP BROS. ,: blockade to officers consider,;,'is'meeting means recommending in of .Washington enforcingthe thata active General guards duty J M in Taylor.have Florida been by called Brigadier to The Place ToCastle Shop Is I :, -

coal and supply depot be'set up at
The correspondent of the New
Cash ami Carry ;. Fernandina. provided that*city ,can Orleans Daily True' Delta reports
be captured. The Florida east coast, i
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hW he watched'Federal soldiers ;
S06 SOUTH PATTERSON GA. & FLA. DEPOT BLDG north, of St. Augustine, will be swimming in the surf off Santa
placed under the surveillance of Park'
VALDOSTA. GA. the South Atlantic Blockading Rosa Island ."With, a glass this :H's H'-
Squadron The report says that morning I saw the rogues polluting' :
1 the waters of the island with 'their
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Sheetrock x x .
$135. the lower East coast can be controlled -
sheet . . . .. ... $ by two or three small filthy carcasses. Where are the", '
cruisers, since it is almost uninhabited sharks are they blocked out, too?
216 K>. Roofing shingles, 5.75 'fI_, and of no importance ex. 'July '14-A detachment of Florida The Modern. Shopping Center t.

sq. . .. .. .':. .. cept as "a convenient place of resort Mounted Volunteers, under the ;
r for, pirates." "' command of 1st Lt J R Durrance. ,
2-0 x 6-8 x 1-3/8"',Mahogany 4.75 July 6-Southern; 'newspapers: are has been stationed at Fort' Meade.In > ..' :

Flush Door, ea. .. .:I. publishing' items appearing In the addition to Durrance. the force
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Northern press which reveal Wash- includes sergeant, a 'corporal, and Free ParliRgi f
Plywood, x 8 x 1/4" Int., 2'88 ington's fear of an imminent attack 15 enlisted men.

sheet .. . .'.. .. .. . .. by Confederate forces. President July 15 The 2nd Florida, Regiment
it Lincoln is notified that besides the leaves today by' rail from
Plywood-4 x 8 x 3/4", Int, 6.90 'It 1,200 regulars in -readiness around Jacksonville for Richmond. is ex-

sheet . .. . .. . .;#: the Capitol, there are 64 volunteer pected: that the! trip will ,take six

Full Thick Insulation.. ., regiments of 900 amen each. The days. .- : \. Visit These Friendlwlitres:i.- ,J : ,
North has approximately ..
now
__ perM\ . . .:.. ..:. 625,000 men under arms. FIRST,' BAPTIST CHURCH !. :., ..1"1-* &" *.f+dprrv** ;' -:

10 Ib. & 15 l lb. Felt, -"I ,July 10 Although a contingentof Pinetta. Fla.: i .
Cl95"I New York Volunteers has arrived PAUL A. TRAVIS, Pastor ,
\ per. roll . . . .. reinforcements j .-t/: *. '
as for Fort Pickenjs
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Celotex Sheeting 4x8x1/2" 56.06)-,_ Colonel Brown, informs Washington Sunday SS.: Supt.Bible Mr.School G. C.10:00 Buchanan a. m. '. CASEE PARK VARIETY STORE :- :
: that he believes his position is
per- .
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Morning Worship 11:00 : .
a. m. r -, r t. Ft ,
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both exposed and vulnerable, and "r. ':. "
i Union __..._,.. 7 OQ -- -.w.
Training : p. m. :' .
Prefinished Birch Plywood, he questions the ability of his garri-- :'
10.40 Director Mr. T. c. Morris ,
sheetPrefinished. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... son withstand a protracted siege. Evening Service 8:00 Qi. : ; I!.A
p.
officers
He estimates that "twenty more ;
Hour of Power, Wed 8:00: p. m

sheet .Mahogany, .. .. . .Plywood. . .. 5.60 required"and to four, bring more his companies command: are up Choir Practice meet Wed.9:00 3:00 p.. m.RA's ,.-'f PARK ,c \ ,; ,
: j J'-. to minimum strength. While he has Saturday p. ra. CASTLE \ : ,
Exterior.,House Paint, been instructed "to act strictly on Everyone is welcome : PllAI9MY if
3.50 the -defensive." 'Brown points out The only thing missing in our .
gallon
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the advantages to be gained by a chch'UR( ). ... ,
Interior:Latex Paint, '4)6"5 successful bombardment c/ Forts .

.' gallon .. . .. .. .: .-. ... .:, 'McRee and Barrancas. The destruction ';f .,. H} .. \- It ,; ,...{'-.' .

Asphalt Floor Tile; : : 09' .. ,. lic and of the private navy yard building and: the at 'War-.' ub- We Have: a Full Line of TMion! ;, PAIJfFCWAil'' if.f CO. ::4 i .

Pc. .............:. ....... -. ringfan" would have, a .devastating Dwe Iiia' :J';. '
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Vinyl Asbestos floor Tile, .... to the Colonel's' : ..: .
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Lighting: Fixtures & Electrical Supplies i at same low prices three ,days? run from the Florida. : ''f' -" __ > ___ .. : "'" -
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blockade The of '. > -
r mner proximity Castte ParkVALDOSTA '$.> _::
the Union naval base at Key West GA. .>> t,:' .,J. ,
STUMP BROS. however, lessens somewhat the valueof t I ;
RESTAURANT-
Havana, according to reports re- IJ TQlnE'
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11; I- Merritt Engagement t Announced i 37 Electrical Years IN'ii Try ',WHITE-TOP REGULAR lthey're DRIVE-\ ,

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}" BIRTHDAY:LUNCHEON

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: :Miss Nita Ruth' McCullough
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,. L ,. :; missionary to Nigeria Was honoreeat .,

1 ".... ' < : McNeils Restaurant with 'the 'Baptist eaervnhmer en} At
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'f WMS members as hostesses. Theoccasion
J AF was in honor of Miss Mc- r When You Have A 'g;' 3 x T? t

1i!i Cullough's birthday and she was, the ..

r:r yISM..ro recipient of many lovely gifts. 1{ 1 #
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flowers centered the luncheon table. : .
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yt ree's mother Mrs 'W O McCullough, ;, Q e ouse .:: .

t : .. "'". 'f i attended.-' Miss McCullough will fly i
:t back to her station in Nigeria'in ,:
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Lj 'Ywffs.ygsr'sv 'j August from her furlough spent i1 : "
.f.::'.4.':....:I dye f" i J.' n_ .. here. :

Florida Power Corporation's :Madison COt4DITIOMERt
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Y '.4 pF. ; dk district manager, W R Press-
Beach for
i leY;; recently completed his 35th Cottage

t i : 1 year of company service and his S
37th year in the electric industry. rent at Fernandina \

: Pressley was employed as a : ;
ry0 M lineman in ,Lake Wales and servedas ,
.. --i.. ;...,...' N .. a serviceman in Clermont and Beach, by the week. %

: district manager at Apopka before
his transfer to Madison last year. contact A H SMITH
at
,1tI: Active in civic ,and fraternal affairs DALE W. BURNETT
/ the district is
er. Hall.
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u r City PHONE HU 3-6244. MADISON FLA.
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11.' ,.ret;; i'N N.. >:;(-,:. -o-'<. .-of-t.:"v Mason and an active member of the
Baptist Church. He is a past president -
___ of the Orange County and

::" ,4. } ". ... .,. Apopka chambers of commerce, and SELL YOUR TOBACCO
J : '<:>> :"' ? :; :'!i: < >"';' "">"'''*' ''.i'''X' ;(.4.<<:'V. 0.4'<: > >>ltM>t. past president of the Apopka Rotary .

+ ::..xa';, Club. .
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IIrtM Mrs Bill Smith and little nephewZet -
IN LIVE OAK FLORIDA '
r..JIWi w...'> .,...'-_ :.._ ......a-;. .'___.,,';<. ,.s:.f.z.- w .n>.''w AnwL: : .";;,' <"::.c>.",,,, Sn"Lwdr'L:.i I day from a visit m Ossining N Y ,
Mr and Mrs Edward F Merritt, Sr., of Atlanta, .
with Mrs W L Baldwin. They will
Georgia, announce the engagement and approaching Mrs A H Smith and FLORIDA'S OLDEST AND LARGEST r
accompany
marriage of their daughter, Mary Jane, to Thomas John ,
,children Jimmy and Peggy back to ,
Beggs, III, of Madison, Florida.
Mist Merritt is a graduate of Washington Seminary Madison from a month's visit with

in Atlanta, and she received her Bachelor of Arts degree Mrs Baldwin. TOBACCO MARKET

from the University of Tennessee. She is a member of.., Repairs i on all small gas
Alpha Delta Pi sorority. For the past several years she has
been motors. HOWERTON' SUPPLY 1 Warehouses 3 Groups of experienced .
connected with Delta Air Lines as a stewardess. .
Mr\ Beggs, son of Mr\ and Mrs Thomas J Beggs, Jr. C0.} Briggs-Stratton and Me"ulloch !

of Madison, Florida, is a graduate of Madison High School. Sales and'Service.Mrs operators 2 Sets of

He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Emory University t :: buyers ,;, _
t M: L Walker returned ,Satur-
where he was a member of Alpha Tau Omega social fear ,, "
1 day,from an extended visit :with her MORE BUYERS 'THAN ANY OTHER
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ternity. He also is a graduate/ of the Cincinnati Collegeof .. {, .
Embalming, and presently is an associate of T J Beggs. daughters Mrs D, A MJcKinnon: Jr: '. .: ..' ,

Funeral Home in Madison. in .Albuquerque New Mexico and I: :. f FLORIDA 1 MARKET' ,
The wedding will'be an event of. August ,17th. .' \ "jI 'Mrs:Arthur Rails 'hi Gadsden. MBUSINESSMIN Ala. J ., : '

BABY WEQER- ....-. .r. :' .:,*' FREE CASH; PRIZES'.TO GROWERS : ': '.;, .

---*-""* .T- .i, ; .: :, ,

ii FREE Mr and Mrs 'Wayne W ser are': "..:Newspaperadvejffis*' THREE BIG FREE, STREET ;DANCES ': : "

announcing* the .arrival. of,'i a baby 'I: .

REGISTER ;"FOR" girl 20th born..,at Thursday the local'jiaorning'hospital' :July The: .ingcan: : helpiyoU'iitike: : 1 ,"THURSDAYNICI1TS: '27. AUG.. -.AUG,10'......:._..:' I ..
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baby was named :Mary Beth iihdweighed .
DELUXEBARBQ .7 Ibs,. '7% os.. "f":VIy, ioney asweftasHave JfORB_ COMPETITIVE: 'B'lDDINC'jiIEkNS. .. 'A BETTER. ;:'
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Mr and Mrs Thurston Raines -ha"#'' :)in\business.\ ,
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(with. electric motor) as guests Saturday Mr nd.' Mi s s SELL YOUR TOBACCO IN LIVE OAK FLORIDA

\ t Bob Browning and children,of Jacksonville -t C.ClH.ID! 3-6361 ... .' t._ ... : .. ''i
AT 'who were visitors .Inure. ., : .
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Clark Mrs accompanied Van H-x-Priest''Miss and 'William"Vonfcie>*" .." 4 '' :' '1-. : : SAVE Trade P .rade .


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Studstill to her home in .Paitain4 ; .
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Ine.J City Friday from a three weeks', .' ', '.;" NOW' *
visit here with Mr and Mrs PriestJ: '" ;;: I't"
_J GIVEN AWAY AUGUST 5th -x- < .L. ; to Rambler
Rev and Mrs Dan McCown and I "
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_ t children left yesterday 'on a. vacation ".' "Iftl"' ". .. .- -, --: -
Mrs Carl Karrstdt returned Fri- trip to Wake Village arid other ** f .
from. -seVeral days' .visit in
day } places in Texas. They will also > s ,
Jacksonville with h-r sister-in-law :
.Mies Marie Karstedt .. spend a week in Montreat N C be- : : .c ,
fore returning home. Rosemary
Coody and Patty Moore, who had :
'P 6e
: been their guests returned to their :
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:IOST N, LOS ANGIUS' homes In Wake Village. ,. !
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.. LONDOKCHRISTIAN 'c ,, SUMMER BOOKMOBILE v::;i .....
SCHEDULE: MADISON COUNTY ,. "
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Thursday, June 22, July 6, 20, etc Ia
9:2o-10:0o-Lee Road & Rt. 6
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Home .
10:35-11:00 Van Hinton's Home '.' :
MONITOR 11:10-11:25-l\lutt Everett's Home ; Newest,sportkst,lowest priced .
Rambler Amer'"'" 4Ixm ,
us.convertible.
11:551:55-Pinetta P. O.
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Store) CtcaontDoor&dan .i ..\
2:45- 3 Os..Glbson.s Home .
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3:353:45 Katherine Brown's .. ;
InterestingAccurate
Home Rambler. and save big! -- -.

: 3:504:10 Katherine Smith's .' ...- With Ramblers selling at a record ... .,

.,. Home i. clip, your Rambler dealer has a deal you cant afford to miss. OOMT FOLLOW ; '"
4:154:30-Marcus' Cherry's 'Home '\. r, dollar for old car go home far happier in THELEADErUDRIVEIT
Get your
t Complete '10:15-11:00 Browning's Service ...., top .
Station11:0512:30Cherry : a Rambler. Sedans, convertibles, station wagons, all with Rambler ,

r', .' fnttntatloaol News CeveraaV Lake School f- ;: oj.Excellence, all priced to move! Now. at the Trade Parade! '
--------------- Area12:4012:50Sale's t :
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The Christian Science Monitor Home .
: One Norway St. Boston 15, Mos ., ":. S mistake about RambkrAeriean. modal fo' i -
Make It-.Evwy
: : :3Q-Lovett Road to Green- .. .' ;i. no
: 'austi.A'S'
-h. "', _-te priCed -
< '" sUtkxi w -
model convertible sedan or .
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.... Send,your newspaper for the/fim; vile And Rambler Classic models* are .
.',', Checked. Enclosed find jnvf check or ... Greenville P. ,& ; LOWEST below any other compact. models In the :
2:35/3:05- :-.9. I priced hundreds of dollars. less than comparable .
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tnoney << a' or $22. Thursday, June 29, July 14, 28.etc old-low-price field. '
: 6 months f 11 Q 3 month* $S.so : "Th f HUCES '" .... .. .
1o:55-11-5--St Regis Nurseries ;; ',; : ', : : i .
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:.....-; .t' NOMe 1:001:1QCurry's Home jl. 'T"h, 8LER-WOR STANDARD ; : : "
N ', ,. -l:20-i1.:3G-Chason's Station tI .''iii': ..t: ,"- .. f' .. :. ",:);#' ..

'.... .. Address... .." :::,: .t.1.:35-t:45r-Clement's-Home i"2-. '
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",- GNl ZaA-rI :. .2:05H-7Mcfeeey. Church: iiaU *..t aptt f. 2f ; ,.a Vickers __pl.1\ enl;. Go, Inc...s 1 : '

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FRiDAY. JULY 28th, ," '1961 "":- THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER, MADISON, FLORIDA r.. ""'.: ..,:.'' : PAGE 'ELEVEN

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FOR ELECTRONIC FLORIDA A HUNDRED '- ...:. --:-- ::.::---- -. .;
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YEARS ;"AGO. \ '". .,... .;. :. ,
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ATTENTION! -,

CALL July 16-The New York Times .... l3I'c .1

} TOBACCO FARMERS W. T. RYCROFf reports that the Jefferson, Davis '. ', "'. -.-- .' .. :.

the famed Confederate privateer: .

Phone: Cherry Lake 8389"or operating out of Charleston bascaptW'ed > ;

Write Rt. 3 FIe.I the for '1f.-... ...
WE CARRY IN STOCK : Madison, Alvarado bound "
y Boston from Africa with a cargo % ; 1
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I Mr and Mrs Bill Steilfel
COMPLETE LINE OF returned valued at 70000. The attack
A was 1
j Monday from Newport R I
off the Florida coast, but when the
,where Mr Steiffel has'been'on Navy
Ahrarado to port
was dispatched
J1L7
,duty this summer. Mrs Steiffel went
she :was grounded just north of
to Newport last week to accom-
TARPAULININ Amelia Island and was set afire by
him home.
pany
men from the blockader Jamestown. I

-x-: Aboard the Jefferson Davis : -
-: are ...
Mr .
and Mrs Robert Bouse and ,
ALL SIZES AND:WEIGHSSOUTHERN :several Floridians, including ,William t:.'" ''-' .J.
two_children of Danville Ky. are .. .. :- .
Baya of Jacksonville.July ; :)' ..
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SALVAGE CO. residents here for the tobacco season 17- State officials in .Tallahassee ,' :i';... :_,._ ..<'.,. t"'_ .. .. J.. .

at the home of Mr and. Mrs E are informed that the Fed-

\ F Dickinson. eral Army under the command of

J "ARMY -' NAn SURPLUS" -x- Major General Irvin McDowell has Like her'wre always-

i Misses Irene and Thursa Wil- left the fortified lines about Wash- '
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1111 South Ashley St.Valdosta Ga. ,
liams and their sister Mrs Colin D ington. the previous afternoon'for .

McMullen of Fernandina. Beach a drive southward Richmond., to help
prepared
-- r spent last week on vacation at The Federal War Department has ,

SMALL CLAIMS COiiIt'7. ,Warner, 78.18. Default Judg. Bradenton Beach. been reluctant to begin this offensive '", ,'
action but weeks the -*
for politicians
202. W C Jr 'Lloyd "-
Copeland vs f -x- -
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"; : and have ,been demanding In fair weather :foul.We respond quicklyto
newspapers night. or #
Day or
Collier, $76 49; Judgment by Default Misses Irene and Thursa Williams strikes. .
trouble
181. HA Browning vs W H.Jones, have as guests this week a fight. your call for insurance service when
62.75; Refused to accept Statement : Some shortages are already being :.. Or when you want sound advice on the selection of .,'
The defendants who were not their sisters Mrs Colin D McMullenof '
: fetl in parts of the South. Because car p family or your :;
of Claim from U S Mail Trial insurance for your home, your ,your
j present for Trial had Judgment by: Fernandina Beach and Mrs _of a curtailed shipmentthe '

set for later date. Default: issued against them. The I Julious Newsome, Mr Newsome and! St. John's Mirror paper of Jackson business.That's our job.

157. F E Naughton vs W H Jones I' Plaintiff in these cases was instructed daughter Mary of Tallahassee. I ville has published this week's issueon ... l ,

135.61; Refused to accept Statement by the Court to keep the a Sheet one-fourth a regular- '

of claim from U S :Mail. Trial set judgment for his records and to WMAF SCHEDULE sized page. The paper has beer" Morrow Insurance Agency -

for late date. file' the, final judgment with the issued 'as an'extra and carries the Ii'

176. W C Copeland Jr vs Stanley Clerk of the Circuit Court which WEEKDAYS headlines: "GREAT BATTLE IN 108 West Pfnckey} St. Madison. Fla. 6

Bland 51.65; Judgment by Default will be a 20-year lien of record 6:00 SIGN'ON MISSOURI FEDERAL, TROOPS I Representing the Hartford fire: Inixifanc Company

177. W C Copeland. Jr v. Frank against any real estate owned by 6:01 GOOD NEWS KILLED!"

cnancey srr.ou; Judgment oy De the defendant,. "The plaint!?? "was 6:10 WORLD STATE NEWS Jely 18 Florida nepers enthusiastically Secretary Walter, btt t "ms ;re 1._ "-4 ---- -- .., _.. --s a-.e...;;
f ult. deliver both 6:15 FLORIDA FARM HOUR report the news that Union not available." He, Confederate i 1
further instructed to urges Holmes] and Adam N Baker, formerly ::

: 178. W C Copeland, Jr vs Lula copies of the execution of judgmentto 6:40 AGENT RUDY HAMRICK(MON., WED., COUNTY, FRI- forces have been repulsed at.Blackburn's agents in Europe to obtain arms I first lieutenants in the United:,.. I

Mae Collins 17.90; Judgment by the Sheriff or Constable instructing DAY) Ford, Va. with "the, utmost expedition- and industry. States Marine Corps, have received'
IS It that "
July Is reported a :
commissions in the
Default. him to levy on the property 6:50. WORLD.. NEWS. ,band ,r\t, Confederates, the TtTnntgoniery -- -- Confederate
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179. W C Copeland Jr vs Cecil which the !plaintiff l identifies, 6:55 STATE NEWS i Mounted Rifles. landed"" ""IA&-on July 25-The 3rd Florida Infantry -;Marine corps. Holmes is captain-
and Baker first lieutenant.
Simpson 2350; Dismissed, Satisfac- and to request such officer to advertise ':00 COFFEE TIME Santa Rosa Island, hoping to find Regiment, assembling on Amelia S ,.
7:25 MORNING SPORTS SHOW and wreck the Union island, has elected its officers: William -
tory settlement. and sell of the defend- garrison'swatering "
any
The 1961 Legislature in its ,
S Dilworth, Colonel ArthurJ passed
180. W C Copeland, Jr vs Shelby ant's property, real or personal, 7:32, COFFEE TIME place. While searching they Wright, Lt Colonel and; Lucius last minutes, House Bill 1440,
7:40 REPORT FROM TALLAHASSEE noticed small boat ;
the
a leaving
Ammons, 37:75; Judgment by Default whether mortgaged or not, sufficientto A Church, Major. creating the Florida Civil War .
(TUES. THROUGHSAT.
blockader Mohawk and they lay in
satisfy the judgment, adheringto .) ambush waiting for it' to July 26-The 6th New York Zou- Centennial Commission' to consist of'-
touch
!181. W C Copeland, Jr vs Israel the laws of the State pertainingto 7:45 WORLD NEWS shore. When the Federals refusedto ave Infantry which arrived -at Fort the Governor, the Secretary of State :...

Henry, $22.30; Paid $18.80; Continued the "Head of a Family." 7:50 STATE NEWS surrender, the Confederates J Pickens in June are described by and the Superintendent of Public'.

until $350 Court Cost is 7:55 WEATHER NEWS fc opened fire killing the officer In the New 'York Herald as "toughs Instruction. The Commission is re-':
.' and touts recruited from the east quired to meet 15 days after enactment -
paid. 8:00 COFFEE TIME charge of the boat, and wounding
for and ,:
organizing adopting
side of New York City.
:182.V C Jr Marie 9:00 MORNING DEVOTIONS most of his men.
Copeland, vs I
President Davis informs the Con policies. The first meeting will "oe t
Blue, 26.50; Trial set for later date. Sell your Tobacco in 9:15 SWEET MUSIC TIME -July '20-, An' 'infantry company, federate Congress that he has made 1 I early in July. '*
183. W C Copeland, Jr vs Alex 9:30 MARY BLAINE TIME under the command: of Captain
the 11 The Commission is also charged i_
9:45 MUSICAL INTERLUDE 1. James P McMullen has been mUstered following postmaster appoint-
Pickles Trial for later with duty .For appointing '
$28.70; set Madison! UNLIMITED ments; Thomas E Jordan, Pensa- the ; a 13 *
10:00 MUSIC
into Confederate service, ands : '
date. member FIofdst| Civil"War Plan- .
cola, and Miles Nash, Tallahassee ;
PROGRAM
SERVICE
11:15 PUBLIC being stationed at Clearwater i :
184. W C Copeland Jr vs Millie ,- .He has also appointed Chandler C ning Commiifce to carry out the
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Bflfiller; 14.77; Judgment by, Default j Rev and Mrs Wnj Logon and I 11:30- -RECoRD* SESSION Harbor.The Provisional It \ _' 'j/.of the 1 Yonge as attorney, for the Florida I :functions of-I the Commission. An i
baby: spent the past week on vacation Cdhgress district. appropriation of $12,000 per annum f
SOCIAL PROGRAM
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States
Fernandina Beach at the convenes i :for the' was made
I at TUESDAY July 27 To defend the coasts of biennium} ,
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185. W C Copeland Jr vs Elizabeth In Richmond.. Representing Floridaani
Miller, $16.10 Continued to be Smith cottage. 11:50 STORK CLUB (MONDAY I South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida *
; ; Congressmen Jackson Morton .
,- the Confederacy is purchasing Jimmy Wycho of Mo;ife. Ala. is
settled by weekly payments. -x- ONLY) and James 'B ,Owens. i
pending time *
some here with his
four
steamers and has ordered
'186. W C Jr vs' Willie :Mr and Mrs Julian Gibson had 11:55 'YOUR FLORIDA GARDEN July 21'he ,whole South is hailing -
Copeland, : I several gunboats, each 'large enoughto parents .Mr and Mrs J L Wyche.x .
as: weekend guests Mr and Mrs Bob 12:00 WORLD NEWS the great. victory inflicted
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J Minton Default I
$17.10 Judgment by mount -
three
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.- Browning and two children of Jack 12:15 12:30 NOONTIME TALK OF THE TOWN :against the' enemy at Manassas fleet will be under'the command: of and Mrs L B Crandell and
Junction. The determined actionsof
187. W C Copeland Jr vs Clarence ; 12:40 FARM NEWS the under Gen- Josiah Tattnall of Georgia, a granddaughter Floivnee Goody '''at- (
troops fighting veteran of the tended the Gift :Show::: in Atlanta
War
Mobley, $25.50; Continued until sonville.W 12:45 STATE NEWS erals Beauregard & Johnston causeda Of' 1812 and I(

settled by weekly payments. 12:50 PUBLIC SERVICE PROGRAM rout among the Federal the Mexican War. several days last week. ,

188. W C Copeland, Jr vs Corene .. i forces, forcing their and the cong July.30-The Jefferson Davis, ac-
( cording to reports received at
Confederate
Lee; $12.65; Trial set.for later date. 12:55 WEATHER NEWS ressmen and their ladies, .who had '.
1:00 HILLBILLY HIT PARADE headquarters in Richmond USED WASHERS
driven out with tncir luncheon baskets
189. W C Copeland Jr vs James has
again been off
operating the, .
(FROM THE PASTOR'SSTUDY 'to ,
Ml.rt.i&.uiu to watch the show retreatto
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Lott, $12.90; Dismissed, Deceased. coast of Florida in recent days.
I WEDNESDAY) Washington. This is being described GOOD SELECTION ,
190. W C Copeland Jr vs Jack ; 2:00 GOSPEL TIME It has captured and burned the -
as the "first great battleof Howerton Supply Company
McCoy. $49.78; Dismissed, Deceased. 2:30 PUBLIC SERVICE PRO- the War." Gener.il Kirby Smithof Federal vessel, the John Carver.
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191. W C Copeland, Jr vs J A GRAM Florida played an active role The Confederate >C ingress is ,.

Black $13.61; Paid $10.11 Continued 2:45 :MUSICAL INTERLUDE during the battle, attacking the

until Court Cost is settled. SEE THE TOP 3:00 AFTERNOON MELODIES Union's right flank. The Generalwas

_ 192. W C Copeland Jr vs Theron RUN 3:40 PUBLIC SERVICE PRO- seriously wounded when he'
STARS
R Howard $1358; Judgment by De- GRAM: was struck by a large minnie bal I
fault. NOW thro'ughOCTOBER 4:00 RECORD REQUEST which threw him off his horse.

5:45 SPORTS HIGHLIGHTS He first reported killed in .WANTFRL.
was
193. W C Copeland Jr vs Billy Roy
7th 5-55. REPORT FROM: TALLA
battle and his family in St. Augustine -I
Logster, $50.55; Dismissed, Satis- HASSEEI 0 N DAY received condolences before
many
factory settlement. CLOSED SUNDAYS :

_ *194.:V C Ccpeland, Jrvs" S D f. ,, i '6:00,,", WORLD THROUGH NEWS FRIDAY} ;,. The the' Federals dispatches have were completed corrected.a ; I!. -' III :;

Gilchrist $15.98; Judgment by Default JEFFERSONKENNEL 6:15 TWILIGHT TUNES new hospital on the beach at Santa ,

CLUB 6:59 SIGN OFF Rosa Island about ,a mile and a
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195 W C Copeland Jr vs Ben FIVE MINUTE NEWSCAST BE- half from Fort Pickens. Much of ,
Monticello] FORE THE HOUR NEWS
Fla.
Braswell, $17.86; Refused to Accept ,f' ; the lumber used was brought in ",.I '.;

Statement of Claim from U S Mail. OnUS19 HEADLINES & WEATHER ON on the steam transport Vanderbilt, '}\o" .

Trial set for later date. 3 Miles North HALF SUNDAY'HOUR.SCHEDULE the vessel that was recently given .' r ,';;o"'i.. '.
by the shipping magnate. Cornelius >
196. W C Copeland Jr vs Leroy of U. S90 7:29 SIGN ON .. Vanderbilt, to the Federal govern-
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Monroe. 45.02, Paid $41.52. Continued SPECIAL SECTION 7:30 TRAVELING. STARS ment. 14 "":;f '

until Court Cost settled. 7:55 NEWS '.
FOR NEGRO FANS July 22-Florida papers report I .:
197. W C Copeland, Jr vs George 8:00 GOSPEL HYMN TIME : '
that Lincoln. has appointed: General ...! ..... .; -
Scruggs. $19.50; Judgment by Default 8:30 SHOWERS OF BLESSING f. '
:
RACES NIGHTLY 8:15 8:45'WORLD NEWS George B McClellan commander of <,' '\ -: .
the Army of the Potomr-c which includes r
8:50 STATE AND WEATHER
1 198. W C Copeland Jr vs Mrs J MATINEES 2:15 P. M. NEWS all Federal .troops in the ..,.. :-1"!, I -: ,
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A Pickles, $25.25; Paid $21.75; Con- ON 8:55 MORNING SPORTS SHOW .
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The Congress of the United Statesis vF
United until Court Cost' settled. LABOR DAY 9:00 JIMMY STROUD jK
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199. \V C Copeland Jrvs HE Carl Dine In Air-Conditioned 9:15 MORMON CHOIR authorizing the enlistment of ........'.. I .
volunteers ;
son?52.64; Trial set for later date.. TURF CLUB 9:30 ,LIGHT & LIFE HOUR 500,000 .,,, -
July 24-Governor Perry has been I ; a
200 W C Copeland,. Jr vs Feelings Admission Only 50e 10:00 NEWS notified by Richmond that President nwe .
10:05 SONGS OF FAITH
Jackson, Sr 14.90; Judgment by Davis is accepting the resignation of
SUNDAY
10:32 MEDITATION FOR '
Default.20L. LADIES ADMITTEDFREE Robert Toombs as Confederate ra- .4y.y 3.'s
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TUES.-THURS.' Secretary of State and will appoint 1 '
W C Copeland. Jr vs Robert 10:47 PRELUDE TO WORSHIP
No :Minors Allowed .... .
t1 ., 11:00' COMMUNITY CHURCH Robert M T Hunter of Virginia to '-'.-. I -.... .
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v- fill the vacancy. Mr Toombs has .
1200 WORLD :NEWS :: -
MORE CUSTOMERS BY
been anxious to get into active military : EVEN
12:15 NOONTIME NOTES
service and: has applied to the

DO. BUGS BOTHER YOU? -- ,12:30 12:55 NEWS GOSPEL CONCERT HALL Provisional Congress for a commas-,

sion as brigadier general
1:00 PROTESTANT HOUR
The Confederate War ARNIE MED.DERS .1
.OKAY, LETS GET RID OF 'EM, AND FAST. CALL 1:30 HOUR OF DECISION ordering 61.200 stands Departmentis of small
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US NOW COLLECT IF ROACHES, ANTS, WATER. 5:10 EVENTIDE arms in addition to large quantities
of other munitions, from Southern
BUGS, FLEAS AND 'TERMTI' AJIJS MAKING-; YOUR: 5:29_ SIGN.' .OFF. ._ c armories. The armories at Richmond. '

LIFE MISERABLE WE'I&: ELIMINATE '&M/ AND Va. and Fayetteville, N C are readymen" :

YOU MUST BE SATISFIED!, ,. LawtMowerParts. and ttJI begtD'o'ating: F American'Service'Station I'

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Moore, Sheriff, Madison County; '!1 Wheel-Type 1PW d.Saw; present location, of the said .pro- and'satisfaction of the above des <.
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1 the North side of the Valdosta: Chairs %? '. z J property and will sell at public, (Run 4 consecutive weeks, July 14,

Phone HU. 3-2221, ,\;\... .,, ; \.. lIa.disonla... Road, .within the City',Limits.. "of ,1 Electric Soldering -.Gun ':"-.*. ontcry,. to the highest ,and best: 21, 28, August 4, 1961) .
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When earth de of Lord ours was a building dis Ruby's Fabric Shop' r: > Chevrolet dealer one-stop shopping center, .. .

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fie make up a place twixt de Gulfan' time savings are in full swing/And-because those Jet-smooth bug biting you? America's goingest sports car is itching to

i de Ocean 'head Clyde last Walker was struck on the Chevies are outselling all other makes-he's in a position to make you happy. And so is your dealer, who has about ..
An' He laid out Florida jest to week by a falling tree could want, wish for-or fall in
His notion. that pulpwood workers had cut on '% make the savings even better. Take your pick from luxurieverything'on wheels you
.] ,the St. Regis place below EllavHle ;f ous Impalas, popular Bel Airs, thrifty Biscaynes and those love with.. ,live, it up,save it up,see him now.

a' He 'fix de, blossoms on de orange ,and had to be brought in to the best-selling full size wagons. Corvaif your dish? See those fl PImw E-SI ,
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help de view. l.r ii...ENO!'aa.e.s aww h.tw U w e..$. .. s S New Bel Air Door Sedan-Popularly priced and packed New ..Npusencer Station Wagon-Most luxurious

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FRIDAY JULY 28th, 1961 ; :., THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER, MADISON, FLORIDA': I < ,'. J .-: Z, 't. i PAGE{FTTF: 1 :-< t,. '

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'' 16" \ 'I' (with electric motor), ... SMITH'S DRUG STORE Advt
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1 ) REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE: IF YOU NEED a good steady, '. .ping. AT .

ACREAGE FARMS Incomfc"t: #;can work' nly pafYtinie, 'feood '. "'
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BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL: 4 sell A'von/Cosmetics and Toiletries.Expeneace .- .;turn : S,0
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ESTATES RESIDENTIAL" : unnecessary. Write'' MRS Cjj,I'e'" st. )
APPRAISALS OUIPA !C,. SWEAT, P O Box 540, or Eo '
.x; ABSTRACTS OF TITLE, / Live. Oak, Fla., f*....t., J,- ,n,, : "
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I MADISON. FLORIDA < 'START NOW; TO EARN EXTRA, GIVEN ,AWAY AUGUST 5th NELIO .71 }
4 ft Phone HU 3-6277 :CHRISTMAS MONEY! Make'up: :;x i Jjl ,

cJ to' 60% profit ..demonstrating Brunswick (FHTNC-Awarded 'r'..IHi1L : '
-FOR SALE Hollywood cosmetics and gifts 'to 1 1i ,
your friends and neighbors; For JOHN proficiency pay, July 16, while L.eetierr .,)

Two three-bedroom, one bath ,. free samples and full details''send serving at the 'Glynpo Naval Air MATERIAL. / Cn .
to' Studio Girl Cosmetics: .. Station Brunswick was Parks VALDOSTA
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It houses in Hancock Terrace. Small I Idown' 'J' .: Certain-Teed Asphalt, Shingles ,_.__$ 5.95
Dept. X%-53, Glendale; Calif. Wright commissaryman second
R payment. 47-3t-ch ,. class, USN, son of Mr and Mrs 15 Year Warranty Per Sq.

9 Several small and large farms Robert E Wright of Route 3, Madi- 4x8xV4 AD Plywood __sheet $ 2.45
for sale; two tree farms.
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One 600-acre tract of land with Wanted Hauling, Fla. 4x8x 4' AD Plywood __.sheet $ 6.15
"Pro pay", .a special form of
90 acres good pasture, at only Equipped J to do all your Tobacc extra monthly pay, is awarded to Disappearing Attii, Stairway _...----$14.95

(, $55 ;(per may acre.be the test cheap land) hauling. Dry and Safe. '. petty officers who do outstanding Outside White Paint ______:____._.g31./ $3.35 I
t i The Benjamin Davis house. Long or Short. Reasonable. in their specialized fields and High Quality Mildew and Fume Resistant.
The Graham Wheeler house. Calll! HU 3-6785. 47-2tHph; have passed an annual pro-pay
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i The Jeff Macarages house:
FOR RENT: Two' bedroom apart- Waterproof ;

One old two-bedroom house 3900.: ont meat unfurnLshed, close to High S Mrs Berta Paterson is the guestof Celotex Ceiling Tile __ --_______per M $107.50 ,
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Shelby street only School and College. AIRS LEILAM .
Mr and Mrs Jack Austin and 12x12 or 12x24-Diamond \Vhlte' :
E ix If it's Real Estate, come in and ATCHISON, phone HU 36648.
? let's talk it over.Broadus ; 45-tf-ch daughter Susan in Gainesville this PAY CASH AND SAVE CALL CH 2-3760 i:

FOR RENT: A small apartment week. NELIO CHEMICALS Inc.
t WilloughbyREALTOR nice location. Call MRS. KIRBY ries and a corsage of red roses. S 1
REICHMANN, phone ,HU 3-6371 Mr: and Mrs Davis will be at CYPRESS ST. VALDOSTA. GA.
I or SMITH'S DRUG STORE, phone home at R R No-2, 'Courtland'Ontario -

Phone HU 3-6481. Madison HU 3-6262. 37-tf-ch 1L, Canada. t

1 FOR RENT: 1 bedroom downstairs next .,.
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apartments. MRS J J NEW- B E -
3't .' MAN, Phone HU 32523. 40-tf-ch ing ltta : : -

FOR RENT OR SALE: The Gibson [ \..-.. ,";:...... J...., I
Wade house and lot on south .e ( ..
List your farm and city 'property side of Cherry Lake. See or :: .:. ',\tl'- .i
with us for nationwide advertising.,
write J' Q McDONALD, Pinetta, ) .
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Bob & Beanie Searcy: FOR RENT NOW: 2-bedroom With. 0 T'' ,,-- .. .. 1 J '

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Cherry Lake. See ROBERTS ; <. .
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GROCERY'or 8396. 41-tf-ch: ;
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PHONE HU 3-6487 ..f'tf, i' ..' !

-. FOR RENT: Furnished apartmentat : At "i, .... ,' .. .... : ., i '
FOR SALE: 1947 Plymouth 4-<1r, [ 610 S Horry St. Call H L T. !! '" '" I".1
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HU 3-6781. 47-2t... X 4141eli.WANTED chSbige : : .', ",1; 1tS; f" 'TT ;r"f I
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CHRISTMAS CARDS for SALE: TO OPERATE FULL OR PART- Porter \ ,

Place occasion your cards order stationery early. Also and all.:TIME AREA.: 'WATKINS EARN $50.00 ROUTE TO IN$100.00 THIS da somof, 0'b ::4A: 'L TWO; fr@T! :'0'II'E' l1L5WL !D P PMiueaJL7PAINT

gifts. See DAVID JOSEPH; or, WEEKLY: ; DEPENDING ON TIME ;1 1. .
phone HU 3-6660. 47, .4t-ch: DEVOTED TO THE BUSINESS. ,' -. ,.,-tt.--,;: ; 'L j
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FOR SALE: Sand pears, $2.(X) ,per TREE ST, ATLANTA 8A., :' ;. "I j I
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bushel. MRS R E COWART HU :
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3-6347. ,47-lt-pd. : or taken, .. ..down.:JhTREES'TR.1MED' : ,' }"'

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BEEF CATTLE FOR :Black ,
SALE: Miss t. : HERE'S WHY. ,- ,
collect in 'Live Ii': :>
Angus bulls 18 mo. & younger. the .; 1
Registered stock* sensibly priced.A ,Oak" Fla., at FOrrcst.. 2-129Q-( }' Giv : fl if Imaginative production techniques' -.. t_ .
\V ALLEGA % mile East" of 47-4t.ch, the -t.-: ",: Limited inventories-frequent deliveries
Lee on US 90, Phone HU '3-6174. -S. ., :'if Low shipping cost via company trucks .-. F ;! }
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45-8t-pd over ;; *.No unnecessary middlemen,jobbers ,1, }
Your SALES will in orbit if ?rr Elimination of field warehousing
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BEFORE SELLING your timberor I FOR of -'S :i ir Ctsb-and-c sales : J
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Umber land, please see me. We '. 'PEST 'CONTROL SERVICE" held .- I R0 tck. ; 0 J ,,,. ,.e It} iat0a
are also interested in buying a / She tNt4 ,or.t.4'
CALL \f' 1:10 s' lnrf Me ib NZ OR AIf UNa ;
limited amount of pine-hardwood .white :w ol. kME 01t
pulpwood delivered by truck to BURKE '. .
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Foley, Fla., or loaded on R R. cars.' 1EXTERMINATING CO. ''1 r."iMr".. Guarantee bY -,i }
See, write or call PHONE 2l 3-J PERRY FLA. bridge, i ',: "' Good HousekeeP1n g j.

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Phone: Cherry Lake 8363 ,GIRARDLN JEWELERSFOR 1 I .' ....,, t.1 '.",. .
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'FOR SALE: Iron cow peas, cleaned.' THE GRADUATE ,OR BRIDE, pink u QUIDrLASSH AidE ,/ March enr belt, eiilr- ; '
Germination 90. Straw for packing bow Mleb dleq" '; batch M'ftctly frti( -
i watermelons See HOWARD SILVER CHIN CRYSTAL ... -- ;3'4er. ; ;::: R .
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HUGHEY, Rt. 3, Madison. Curtis J.i 1 : .. t <'"
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: FOR SALE: Plenty of live fish NATIONAL I 0 te5 ;

bait, shiners, minnows, pond worms, ,of d1t1 /' t urea, A >. t.

blue wigglers, crickets, sand mag-' BRIDAL ,. ,.:!,,..,."" ., .:". .. ,Of ", Se y one S 7 Wt' r41t1t' .. i ; ,:.
i gots, tackle, and a good brand of SERVICE r and, ",' .flll EXTIA ,oley #
guaranteed fishing poles, plus a bows. : COST' J '-
complete line of Bogie baits. A good selection of white .: S 0 .
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Madison. 41-tf-ch Many gifts to choose from.. of The t q r c: eL 1.y ,{>;
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FOR SALE: 2 bed room home>> in silk 5-'P:: ...t-$<",
Pinetta. Good condition. Nice yard I V ALDOSTAGA. She,,
with shade trees. Near school tio 1S.
Ideal home site for someone ACRYLIC! EXTERIOR LATEX ;::l
working ,at Clyattville. LIVE STOCK AUCTION
$8.500.00'1 I bride
- Financing may be Sell your cattle and hogs in our HOUSE
ShOby appointment. W. B. auction .each Monday. Sales start at -'
r- DAVIS, JR., Realtor. Phone HU 1:00. MONTICELLO STOCK bride .ol "Eze '
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Registered Angus bulls for sale ,
One downstairs furnIshed It Brush it r::. 0-
FOR RENT: at all times. tion Roll er 3' n '
apartment, available im .M WOOD BRICK cad MASONRYNMitePaint ., '!.-
; mediately. MRS G O PURVIS, HOT MIXED ASPHALT PAVING .: siu. .' ,>
f, 928 S. Range St, Phone. HU 3- We..pave drives, parking areas, F '
6408. 47-tf-ch treets. ...'";\elc. ,/Fop tyl'?: Fair "
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FOR RENT: Brick building? oppo CIte 1 aS Valdosta, tiered j } r ;' toreiilli

site Ragans Motor Co. ,on HighI .. 'r 1 4 5-ti ; Ift> .
I way 90. MRS ELOISE RAGANS, : 1 Se for t. frt$ 11 I' A {W: i; '1'i' i 11 ::-. r i J- ': ; ..

,, 3-6537 HU 3-2390.at night.daytime and 44. t.pd HU 1l9T'' weddim the. : ; t \ ': .4,hf::. Uft J:;" AT MADISON::1cE HOUSE ::.}' 't-.'

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: I REA been created on farmland by the many rurarl communities face in ; l PTIS.T BROTHERHOOD

Developer Whitley County Rural Electric. Menu sacrificing to educate their yeung'

bership 'Corp. at Columbia City, Ind. people only to lose.then productive ; -

Facts About The co-op has invested $120,000, in talents. to more prosperous. urban The Baptist Men's Brotherhoodmet
acquiring the land and in communities because
building of the lack
Tuesday evening in the educational
('St. Louis Post-Dispatch
) 'roads and a sewage system and of opportunity at home. "We teedthose
The assignment which Secretaryof building with' twenty mem-
has $60,000 "
put an additional intoa industrial jobs; Richard "
Agriculture Freeman has given firm organized to, build factories.One Smithy,j.,.. of the bers attending.
ger \ hitIey. coop -
t to the Rural Electrification Administration } During the, busness meeting_ con-
i of the first fruits of this development says truly. "to keep our talentsat .
to help create new jobs in .. ducted 'by president Joe Stafford
which was dedicated only home.* ..
New Farm Folks4piRudy Industry and commerce in distressed :the brotherhood endorsed the initiation -
two months ago, is a factory of the i ;Nor" is any of this eleemosynary. ,
of men's chorus for the
rural areas is being placed In hands a
Stanray Corp. of Chicago employ Is self-interest
!1\' as' truly as it is
which have already demonstratedtheir church, to be directed by Alva
ing 60 persons to produce plastic enlightened, for the co-ops will prosper -
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for the Willaford. There are volunteers
.r fitness fask.It opens twenty
truck cabs. as their territories Like
t ... '" -' FINE CROPS up a broadened field of 'usefulness prosper. I enrolled In the chorus.
In Arkansas. an REA co-op has the rural electrification and the
Hamrick County Agent Luther Norris of the 'Lovett section 'for rural electric co-operatives, shirt : Messrs Stafford Red Cason
factort'
invested $35,000in a new telephone service they have
f in town a few days ago, reported I which in the past three decades rural Horace Williams and Albert Mc-
1000() ) in
employing ; Kentucky, already provided, the rural develop-
fine tobacco and corn have done such job of Leod those serving
crops a brilliant were among a
27 have joined together to, In which REA
This co-ops ment co-ops are justnow
week's portrait of a newfarm
his place this,. _He had- al( I fish
on -
year bringing electricity and telephone supper.
familyin :p. disonGQunty.,.'is,' ready"'lured 'out six'Taarns to- form a business development: loan beginning to come ,info their- .....
of service to rural which private
areas
corporation with' $52,000 of their 'Is'seUbeJp in the best tradition
/ of a lime(resident *at ,the:,Preseitrt' ,dine.r than bacco three and expected thousand to:pounds., total more His utilities had passed up as money; in 'Minnesota 'four co-opera! of American sturdiness. We A BEAUTIFUL
the Fate '- hopeless. lives have associated in an organization wish them well ,and expect much
The of> Kelley
Downers corn crop is one of the finest he Already-:a number of rural electric to attract .' '
new ,industries. from. their efforts.
place> and part of the. 'Ib 'swn "
has ever had. Mr Norris reported co-ops financed by REA have These are only the bare beginnings MIRROR SPINET PIANO
Rabies fann'are. and
RUSSELL-- : i his cotton had been doing line nnti been pioneering "in the industrial of what the REA oo.opscan

VIRGINIA CARTER".JasPeiFargo, the rainy weather set in, which had and,commercial development of their!do. to, build an alliance of Industryand COMPLETELY REBUILT
just jbver the Georgia ;,1ineitd a caused a number'of squares:ta;drop territories and their inclusion in I commerce with the agriculture o COUNTER ,TOPS, 3 year WarrantyIf
little ,above. Columbia. County; is :
the activitIes'' envisioned the
in re
the home of,'the,Carters'' -' even though cently-enacted area ,redevelopment of the territories they .serve to provide -i J. G-E; APPLIANCES you are considering' buying a

i xnocit 'of his I time is consumed ,in ,of the church a more viable economic base I KITCHEN CABINETS
; Presbyterian men legislation will strengthen their handIn and jobs for those of their people! piano be, sure to check this buy atKEN'S
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managing the 720 acres of farm land met in Fellowship hall ,Tuesday this work and 'encourage still who cannot find work the farm., 0 .
on '
here:\Four hundred: acres was- purchased evening.: Al Hughes presided: and other cooperatives: to join in. I It fl
It is a practical answer to the problems MUSIC SHOPMadison
i from',Reggie K Johnson (Fate; Julian Gibson .and 1 Rev: Ban Mc- Among the outstanding examples the drain
Kelley place] ) and 320 .acres, from Cown w.ere' in' charge of the program. of rural development which'coops of of populationaway 9Yl t1 YVY r I oole fj e.rI ..u
from rural areas to the cities, Fla.i
Tniurstori jlaines. The Kelley place Ed Bland and Dr Julian DuRant have already brought about is a
Is located '34 miles iNbrth of Mad served. supper to' .tfie l group! 160-acre ,industrial park which has particularly' to the human tragedy

ison near the church -
Pinegrove on ------

r the Rocky:; Tord road. The Raines .'

farm ,is, just East of the Quitman, K .
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Highway;. about G .miles from :Madi; .

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Girls outnumber boys in ,the.. Carter -" _;c; ":
family-four to' zero. .
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Patricia: ; 19.., .is a. student &t ','... ; ",,1 f\
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Eileen..17, attends school.In White 'J
3rir2r, e33 ,Msrths. 14 and 0 t F
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Carters attend '*hi *Methodist ,,.f:::1 :, 1 y R t S

church in Fargo "where_ Mrs Carter : j= *
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teaches a Sunday School: Class' and. I' :

a, daughter is' pianist. .

Corn' and tobacco are the grin :

cipal crops grown on ,both -.tfarms: : x .

this year, the first crop year for

dred acres of corn, all 'fertilizedthe

new farm owners. Four hun-

with 500 pounds of complete fertili- -at.oM ,'JI

zer and about eighty pounds of : Y .. .-'
nitrogen, will produce an excellent ... .- .
yield of corn this fall '

Flue-cured tobacco'' allotments on ,
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both farms amount to 15.71 'acres. ,
t Hicks plants were used and the ;, .
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i crop has made good progress, ':.t. t.
partially because of a ten,inch irri- .1'

gation well which was 'used during \

dry weather. Every acre of cleared >.
and was planted this Spring. ,
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Twenty-five beef cows are .graz :, f ,
ing the twenty acres.' of permanent i'i "

pasture, which was established inj
bahla gross by the:tformerrowner/ *

Next week we'll take a look at

the. folks that lire on this farm-
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Thomas one of the Twelve."

.was a man set apart from the
other eleven by his dark mind. Not

that he was stupid; on the.contrary :
he was pretty bright He Ef4r < '11L

had a very logical mind, but it
was easier for him to believe un-

(pleasant facts than to believe

,what would have suited him -
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Perhaps he was; but we may "
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windows In his house of life and :t .
.so the world always looks gay .-."i'i."- .r "
and bright to him. The '
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windows and keeps them polished s.this httIrffeh 1ie ioi g.? Why7. :; \ f .; '--1
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it's raining .
(realist says so..{The optimist outside'sej the*.:' _.:.;,; .:... ? He knows,. MYa Ii ne'C9qt.an t put it ob. words, but he's... Just as. sure. .3? any little. r;,. ;J.l I iE .

Goon, 'you're a pessimist!/.See man can be., \.. c '

how, lovely the' world looks from % I L He is taking in Cod wprlf with all his little:chid faith. He blows that tree... .nd \

,:jay window I never see it' rain t .Bow God made it strong against the. stint. '. 11l.

i['at I simist all., But really.the 'man is not a'pes' Those clouds? He knows God .painted them in the sty for him to enjoy. '"

I Thomas like others ,of his sort He knows that more of God's wonders arc right up ahead-and thats where he'sgoing.

sometimes slips" over into .oca-. ': .. Just walking among',God! ._. ; ..

;union, but (again like all '-/i ,' -. < In the truest sense'of the words, our young friend doesn't have to FIND. Cod-he ; ;, '. : _!.: ,x
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l takes*the.does the not darkest lose his view faith.possible.On the ,' ;: "We-are older A lot of'things clutter up our lip'es. ,We are busy losing: Cod When' : ,'i <:, t_ ,

(.occasion when Jesus went to '; ., ; we do search for Him we.scarcely,know where to turn. -. .? ""'' i t _' l' ;:, '. -

Lazarus Bethany died Just after It was his,a friend well. J: '' ::9 /i It wool be nice to join this young fellow to share his thoughts! his hopes, his ..' '? i ; 1. J 1. ; ;;i .

!'known fact that the authorities ; : _, :,: I j dreams, his God. I

.{wanted Thomas thought to have it him would arrested to -: .' We can't do that. We don't have a child's faith. But we car tome CLOSER to! ..r. '"'_ ''''' '''''''!1>t''llAlW- .. .

worse than arrest. "Let come"us gotoor'that .. J i.,. ,q:.,! It .., God.and,ease our restless hearts. '

'( : we may die with him," We can go to our church-God's temple, our place'of worship.; .. V
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he said. He did not think Jesus '. :.; God will be there. ". ...... ...
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t Jthe voice of Thomas only once !I character and good citizensh p. It is a storehouse of spiritual values. Sunday Matthew 6 19.%} i f 1't.. -

4 "Lord, we do not know where { Without a strong Church,neither democracy nn..c n7ization -can Monday Matthew 11 2S.,0 '" -' ;
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; how t survive. There four sound should attend i > : f' '. 'rtM. .( i
you are going, can we know T are reasons ahy every person
i jthe way?" He was evidently ..;.-':! ,t services regularly sod support the.Church 'They ate (1) For his own Tuesday MatthewWednesday 18 1-4 i, >. 4 ; -. 1....s' 1....', '" ;. I
completely bewildered. But he sake. (2)) For his children's sale.'(3)) For the sale of his community Mark 8 3..38 '.

![did not leave the table, as Judas .s and nation. ((4)) For the salt of the Church itself, which needs his Thursday John 14 1.7 "" ...r .." ';" ,i,. .. xr
moral and material support. Plan to go to church regularly and read ,Friday Romany S 1-8 r'\. "'- '
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,( was at a low point. He a$ good J.dt 't : your Bible) daily. Saturday James i 1-5 k l'<(,,A..
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.1. THE WEST MADISON LEE METHODIST CIRCUIT .. : KATRINA .ANN- HOWZ;'"""' :v NOTICE TO CREDITORS '
1 Lee and Hickory Grove c h lurchesREV. MOSELEY- MADISON CHURCH OF CHRIST
HALL BAPTIST
M THOI1IST CHARGE -
tt, i L.. E. DENSLOW Pastor CHURCH 701 South:Range Mr and Mrs J B Howze of .Jack- Florida StatutesIN
f.; AT LEE T Sunday Bible Study 10:00 A. M.. sonville announce the birth of a' THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
: Pastor Rev. Jack -Lamb Lord's Supper and JUDGE, 'MADISON COUNTY,
Morning Worship baby girl July 19.. She was named
REV. C. B. DAVIS, Pastor Chairman of Deacons Mr S .R Sapp -Edification ._..'.'- 11:00 A. M, FLORIDA, JN, PROBATE. :|
\ CHERRY.LAKE CHURCH 1st and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. ,- Katrinal'Ann. Mrs Howze is the
Training Union ; Sunday : In re: Estate of John' H Simmons,
FIRST AND THIRD SUNDAYS 2nd and 4th Sundays 9:00 a. xn. DirectorSidney EveningCService 7:30 P. 11 former Miss. Joyce Macarages: cf 5
I :Moon Deceased.
Wednesday Evening -
Madison. The baby's grandmothersare
Sunday School' __ 10:00 A. M.'! Evening 1st and'3rd Service Sundays 8:00' p. 'm. S. S. Supt i Mrs S .R Sapp Services,-._. '-- 7:30 P liz &11rrs Wra f Webb and Mrs TO ALL CREDITORSAND;: PER-

Worship Service I 7:30 P. M. School training Union Associate., Lewis :Sharpe, both of;Madison. SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR- DEMANDS
SECOND & FOURTH SUNDAYS Sunday. Director ..-_....._..- Leroy Cruce : JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES AGAINST SAID ESTATE:
; Every Sunday 10:00 a. .m
Sunday School ___ 10:00 A..>L' Youth FeUoweblp Song Leader: ,Miss Merle Bass 118 K."Orange St. Phone HU 3-6355 YQu and each of you are hereby
Pianist :Mrs ,Jtianita Cruce MEETINGS notified and required to
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Worship Service 11:00 Sunday _, 7:00 m.
Every p. Sunday' School ,.. '"-....,.. 10:00 a. ITU Bible Study: Wednesday< 7:30 P. MI: : BUSINESS .OPPORTUNITY: For claims and demands which you, or
Night, Friday before'' First BOBBY. _WILLIAMS School Morning Worship ___ 11:00 a. .ra, Service fleeting: Friday 7:30 P. M, saleCoinoperated J Jaundry with either of you may have against the
Sunday each month at 7:30 P.. M. Church Superintendent Training Union .,, -.,.:.._.,r 6:30 ,p. 'TO.' Ministry ,School: Friday 8:30 P. M 16 Westinghouse washers and 6 estate of John H Simmons deceased -
Thomas Surles Church School SupC. AT HICKORY GROVE Evening Worship' ..:__ T:30 p. m. htower-Bib1e Study: dryers located at Setzer's Shop- late of said County, to the

\ ROCKY SPRINGS CHURCH doming Worship2nd 11:30 Mid Week Prayer 7:30 p: in. Wed. *r,, Sunday 7:30 P. M ping Centerall equipment. ,in ,very .County Judge of Madison County,
FIRST AND THIRD SUNDAYS and 4th Sundays a. m. i Just as I am without fine''plea Jesus ,Kingdom. Seekers Welcome. good condition excellent return Florida, at his office in the courthouse
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!Cvening: Service come and worship regardlessof No Collection Take on investment. reasonable of said Count at Madison.
10:00 A. M. says .
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and 4th Sundays 8:00 m.
2nd : p. the goodness of your' clothes; terms wrirte KEG, P O Box 75* F4> idWiU -udx-- calendar
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.Worship Service ___ 11:00 A., M. Sunday School PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH
Come be ...with us in The Lord's or phone 223-0876 Tallahassee. months from the time of the first
SECOND & FOURTH'SUNDAYS Every, Sunday 10:30 a. m. House. Preaching every Sunday : 48tfch'Ct666 publication of this notice. Each

Worship Service 9:30 A. ,M. Youth; Fellowship Sunday School _:....' 10:00 A. M. claim or demand shall be in writing -
Sunday School _. '10:30'A.. M.. Every Sunday 7:00 p. m.MidWeek SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST Morning:'Worship ... 11:00 A. BC and shall state the place of

Family Night, Friday after Second Prayer Servjce CHURCHf'Madison Sunday1Eventng.; BTJJ.' 6:30 P. Ml residence and post office addressof
Saturday -
Every Wednesday 8:30 p. m. Services every at
claimant and shall be
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month 7:00 P. M. P. M.
each at Services 7:30
Sunday American Legion Hall. Evening ,
JULIAN ANDREWS, *-; _.- --' : by the claimant, ,his agent or hiP
P. K. Rowell, Church School Supt. Church School Superintendent Sabbath School begins 2.- p. m. Prayer Meeting 'Wednesday
...., .. .7:00' 'P.'M.W attorney, and any such claim or
'Claude DuvaL Charge Lay Leader -' : Church Service at 3'p.in.. Evening demand not so filed shall be void.
.. B SEALS, S S Superintendent
> USED PIANOSKen's E. C. WILLIS, S. S. Supt MINERVA ANDREWS, MERTI-
f SHILOH CHURCHr J ARTHUR CRUCE Training Union
HAROLD YATES, Pastor Telephone REE, TUTEN, As executors of the
FIRST AND THIRD SUNDAYS HU 36517. Director.ERNEST Last Will and Testament of JohnH

Worship. Service 9:30 A. M..... Music Shop Everyone Welcome!. GURR, Minister {[First publication July 28 1961. Simmons" deceased.

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Herbert Sunday each Brooks month Church.at 7:30 School P.. M. >. .., ..: ., l- ". > 4..-:.:-J,- :';' : : L. <, -. 1., ''- :_: /' .'- :. .,.''-' ?f f f.c.

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Youth Service Wednesday 8:00 p.m. '

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Brotherhood 4th Friday 7:30 P. M. < .i i.- '

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REV. ELDRIDGE LYONS. Pastor } : Tenneco. New name, new gasoline. Total Service. A get the "Total Service we say you'll get.BAnd so your car / '
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WELCOME TO t. j .. : gasoline with muscle and a dealer with talent.A dealer deditroubles, become: his. Your leaky tire is his f feaky tire. Your f : f. -

MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH i: k } : { cated to the inside, outside; topside and underside of your clogged carburetor is his clogged carburetor. Your dirty : "
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Training Union __ 6:30 P. M. with cars. a But that's easy because there 'are- no 'finer tank are'all his. That's what we mean by "Total Service". .

Evening Praver Meeting Worship____._.. 7:30 7:30.P..P.. M.M.' ,. petroleum products than,those he handles his new red- ."WeVe new but we're here. We've: got gasoline with 4

Church Business Meeting First 1 '**** -.,' _white-and-blue l Tenneco station._ He'll ,give you the best enthusiasm and a dealer with talent. Its the only reason ;:;

Wetoesday Brotherhood night and of W.M.U.each month.Second r. : service on the road, all right but for a reason'that goes were in business; ?, Try ,us. See. if your car doesn't have a ,.

Thursday night of each month. 1 l:' : i(: beyond his skill and training He knows that,Tenneco new.lust for the highway: when y u.start out from Ten eco.j ,;

Preaching services every Sunday. -- new. He knows that many of you will drive in because And see ,if our new sign isn't really a signpost, a beacon;' ., t ':
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Sundays at 11 a. m. and 8:00 p._ m. ::;' at your new Tenneco station. Get a 33Vi long playing customers. Available 'only! at your Tenneco .station ._,::
Sunday School every Sunday 10:00 record album valued at $3.98 for just $1.00.This terrific Drive in today for,your ,Sing7VVithjTenneco} ,album?; .

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