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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: September 1, 1961
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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-. PU9LISHED IN THE EDUCATIONAL ,. AGRICULTURAL AND INDUSTRIAL_ CENTER' Of NORTH FLORIDA

.VOL. LX- No. I Return Postage Guaranteed FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1st. 1961 Msdiaon, Florida Price IQc Year!y Subscription $3.75; Delayed Renewals ...oe ,

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iiA : :: ; y Jimmy te tCarryl*' r _. a Florida Juorr'.1.... 4.,'!' j

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-The condition of Jimmy Carryl, staff of North Florida Junior
( :Madison's -Miracle Boy, is '.....
: improving College, Mrs Clare B Gray, as In
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C I every day but'he is still unableto structor of French and English in
,;. "breath \yithout the aid. of the GreeiraDe ''Triplets the Department of Communications,

t.;, "yh breatiunjj machine. Although he.is and Mr ,Donald R Hadd, who will
t- _': "' ---' yet unable to speak, he has writtenseveral be lnstroctor'"in- the Social Science
.. \ short notes 'to his parents; Living IB';incubators;' Department. ,'
His. most frequent inquiry is"Mom ... ,,.*.. ""-'-; -"Mrs' Grliy tas' born in Atlanta\
this time are you sure I'll be Need Assistance Ga. and t receivedfehe'r early education -
able to run?" Jim,. who has never $ in*Savannah and Jacksonville.,
rf II been able to play with other boys She received her B A Degr e--from '
''.. may now*;live to see his ,dream Florida State College for Women in
It '''. irL 1, y, ; come true. The heart specialists, Jeff Anderson and wife of Greenville 1946 with a major in foreign
: ; ...";;.'-.' who agreed that his case was hopeless are the surprised parents of )languages and minors in political
i'' now feel,, that he has a 50-50 triplets born Aug.. 21. There are: .science: and English. She received'
I : < .. chance. He (was operated on by Dr four other children in the family. her.M_ A" .;.Degree from Florida State -
W. Wheat at the' University of Only one was expected to arrive. University' "a._ graduate major
.; Florida hospital When, the stork brought two boys in French. Mrs Gray has taught !in
r-; ; Jimmy's sister Mrs Pat Flood .reported Alfonso Randolph and Alvin Ru- Savannah, Jacksonville'!, and held a:
4, that he was in the operat dolph and one'girl Alveretta Reneeall teaching assistantship at Florida

.... '" ,. k-i- w log room from 8 a. m. to. 5 'p. m. at once that.added other expensesurn State University while doing grad-,
-.., .',... and later that night' had to ref not anticipated. uate work -there. Mrs Gray, her
to the operating room for removalof The family's income is very low mother, and young son are residing _
.Pi ij : a blood clot that had formedin and there are' many items to be in the Brothers house. -

'k. an artery. considered. The babies are being Mr Hadd was born in Honolulu'
,} + h. tip Jim's mother, Mrs Bertha M kept in incubators at home where Hawaii where his father was stationed '
Brown died when he was threeyears volunteer services and assistance are as an officer in the U ,S-
,. :.. old. Since then he has madehis being given by interested, persons. Army and his early years were
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Y e ) .. home with Mr and Mrs Ehrick Anyone desiring to help this needy: spent fh widely separated places/He
: Carryl, who adopted'him... family may contact Jessie M Her- received his B A ,Degree from Trini-
4c ring Box- 206, Greenville or A S ty University San Antonio, Texas
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; 4Z 85th BIRTHDAYMrs McKinney, Madison.. Any assistancewill and his M A Degree from Florida
be greatly appreciated.PEACH" State University. He has taught at

.:, Washington Irving Junior High-
Wm C
Strupp
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> > v her horn, Monday, August 28, from FARM'EXPERIMENT Leon High School Tallahassee. He

0, 5:30 p m until. 6:30p m, compli was also a graduate assistant at
fI :. menting her father, G Frank An N W Gossman and Mrs Annie Florida State University. Mr Hadd
.' 1 drews of Greenville,: on his is married and: has four children.
.' ..... 85th Gossman have sold 115 acres in the
birthday. Cherry Lake area to Frank C Long He is currently living in Tallahassee "
T Forty guests arrived at the appointed for farm
.. use as a peach experiment
...' hoar to extend best wishes Realtor Broadus Willoughby
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_ WHEN TO RENEW YOURDRIVER'S LIONS CLUB -. ROTARY-: CLUB --: I to, The the party honoree.rooms were decoratedwith handled the transaction. "LIGHTSON" Campaign:

LICENSE UNDER magnolia and
arrangements of :;pFF TO DENVER AND
.THE NEW FLORIDA The Madison Rotary Club saw the blue hydrangeas. Lighted candlesIn LEGION C CONVENTION IOn For Labor Day
DRIVER'S LICENSE LAWIf John D Griffin; of the Soil Con film Operation Abolition Wednesday silver candlesticks added beautyto
at their The'picture
servation Service in Lake City, told meeting. the setting. John T Merritt and Claude King II I-
:your birthdate is in September Lions of the importance Of'agriculture was shown Oak. by' Joe Hill Smith of The refreshment table was over are scheduled to blast off Saturdayfor I Representative Hal Chaires of

you must renew your 1961 FloriDriver's and discussed the organization -Live Pat Jr laid with lace and held a huge Denver Colorado, and the big Dixie Cpunty, Chairman of the Legislative -
Cantey visitor
of Soil was a Council's Committee for.
Conservation Districts. American Legion Convention set for
License in September, 196L cake, frosted in white and embossed
Lion President Bob Lay, recuperating Highway Safety announced today
'Sept 814. Mr-. Merritt will visitrelatives
If your birthdate not in September from CHERRY IS PUBLIC with pink roses with 85 candles. As his Committee's
and
a recent illness, was in Dallas and Rhinelander.! appreciation
your current 1961 .FloridaDriver's able to attend and make a feeble RELATIONS DIRECTORCommunications the candles were lit, the group sang 1 Wisconsin, before returning. support for the "Lights On" traffic
License is automatically roar with other members. "Happy Birthday." I safety campaign planned for tHe .

extended to the last day' of your instructor :Mar- r Miss Suzanne Strupp Miss Caroline -l Labor Day week end.
next birth month. eus Cherry has assumed duties as I Strupp, William C Strupp Jr Mr and ,Mrs E E Bradley m. of As a state-wide safety measure
Beginning September 1, 1961, re- Miss Katherine from Sutton has returned part-time public relations director :and Miss Georgia .Mugge assisted I Atlanta, spent Sunday with Mrs MaeS Governor Farris Bryant and other.'
a vacation in North
new your Florida Driver's License Carolina and Tennessee. In Atlanta at North Florida Junior! College. I in serving ,cake and punch. I Childers. '" state leaders are appealing to all. :
during the month of your birth at she visited Mr and Mrs Francis He replaces James Bass who will i :' I. 1 motorists to drive with their head
the' office of the County Judge.. Bullard. Aork at the University o"f Virginia 1'f' / I RECEIVES MHS DIPLOMAMiss lights burning during daylight hours ,
The original current license must toward a doctor's degree. f'. "MHS OPENS this week end. It is hoped that
seeing other's will remind
-x- : lights
for 'renew lAn'one
be presented
Misses Rose Mabel Waring and i Madison High School opened Mon. joyce Ann Jones of Cherry motorists to exercise greater cau-
born in other
a month Thpderbowl)
!j Miss Martha Ann Waring will enter: :day with an enrollment higher than Lake received her Madison HightSdhool tion and be more attentive tQ highway
than September who may desire to Georgia State College, Rosa Mabelas ,last year though the elementary ,diploma'July 28th after dangers during the hazardous
have their Driver's License valid- Re-Schedules 1st an upperclassman and Martha !school number enrolled was not completing. summer' work !r\ Live Labor Day period.
ated may' obtain a validation sticker _:<.';; Ann as a freshman. .. i'quite as high as preyi usJy. Principal Oak: Many safety groups and civic '
from this office beginning now for 'I ', "Wiley Sirmon reported a ,total ,enrollment organizations are joining in this =
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twenty-five cents (25c). This sticker I Annual Race i .. :- hiE : in both schools" of .approximately effort to reduce the number of

_might be helpful to anyone traveling ..: 809. a '.-.-.- injuries and deaths from. traffic-, >- accidents -
outside the: state of Florida. 0r 1 SCHOOLS '
Severe weather 1-HOUR, ., SALE "This campaign to save lives can
Sincerely Yours bulletins and -
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1 only if! all persons
heavy rains uSed the'lst ; OPEN
Curtis D Earp' ANNUAt, '
-County Judge. FARMERS TOBACCO AND TURPENTINE Mrs Burch Cornelius ;reported at all levels state and local,
50' LAP RACE to be selling the electric stove and refrigerator give it their whole-hearted support
Mrs Irene' Andrews is recovering cancelled for the second time. The she advertised _in last MNEOREFUliy ,** Representative Chaires said. '
satisfactorily from surgery .at the big event has been re-scHeduled for j '0 week's E-R one hour after paper Highway accidents ,in the state
University hospital in Gainesville. this Saturday night,:september2Iui. .S fAVO'6J M R 3'- ('I came out on Thursday.. have this year as of August' 21, 1%!,
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Patrol Predicts 12, CONSERVATION Mrs R P Buchanan returned the HAMBURGERS A-PLENTiT
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HITCHCOCK 4 ra .. past week from a visit with rela, WHITE-TOP
tives in Jacksonville. She AT DRIVEIN.ALSO .
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REFRIGERATION SERVICE Labor DayTallahassee Deaths By L. C. Bruner home by her sister Mrs REGULAR DINNERSAND

., Madison Florida (Soil Conservation -ServIce) R C Taylor and Miss Lynn Cheney STEAKS.

; The Florida High- Eugene Mugge, W BCoody, of :Jacksonville. .
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Supervisors the Madison Soil Conservation
I y way Patrol has predicted that traf- i i
4 .. if no answer, Call District, and L C Bruner, .
HU 3-2560, fic on the 1961 Labor Day week- Work Unit Conservationist, attended Home Of The Jumbo
will claim 12 lives < Hamburger
end unless "you ., >
I the sixteenth annual Statewide ..,. .:t_,,
the people want the figure lowered.. ats
sTo Supervisors Meeting held In ,the .
SALES CONTINUE In a final appeal before' the day ..
WINN-DIXIE i Hillsboro Hotel. in Tampa, August
.- "TO INCREASE which'. :signifies" the ,closing of sum- PLATE BEEF STEW 24 and 25. "

,' mer play and vacation time for Mr and ltrsltugge attended: the

millions of Floridians and visitors, 2gc State Soil Conservation Board meeting ,
Fla-August 16-An 2 LBS.
Jacksonville Patrol. :Comdr H N Kirkland issued on Wednesday night precedingthe )
increase of 3.69% in sales was recorded this statement: convention. Mr Coody and Carl ..

... by Winn-Dixie Stores during Although the stage has been set .. .' Burnett are charter members of the mot:

the 52 week period ended July 29, and the lights are on the greatest LAMB BREAST STEW. State Organization which was:.. or-'
1961, corresponding with a 52-week ganized in Ocala, in 1945.'
array of _law enforcement men in I
which ended July 30, 1960, I The theme of the convention was
period the nation, all set and pledged to 9CLB !
by' Winn- "Conserving Naturat ,Resources in
announced today :
:.' it was :play a' leading role in an effort'.tosave
My Soil Conservation DistricV with
I Dixie Stores, Inc. z sales YOUR ,life, ,only,youafterall ,Come and .get em! i/j' '__ I:the Hillsboro Soil Conservation Dis
The Winn-Dixie 52 week the audience, ,which for '\. _.
pays CHARLIE WYNN MGIL, trict as the host District.? i ThdChlghifeht -
S T volume totaled $752. 48,089 as com time good roads to ride on, big expensive i MEAT DEPT.f .* ( ;-of the meetim/was, the Jul.:'; ",;,,11
_ pared with $723,480,077 this cars to ride in and HIRE with lie speaking conteSt. :tight contest- i

last year, an increase of $26.768,012. your money the law enforcement SIRMANS NEWS ants from 'as many areas of th3

:. Sales during the four-week period force, can save a life., State spoke on "Conserving Natural

ended July 29, 1961, totaled $55- "It is up to you! Every available Everyone enjoyed the revival at Resources in my Soil Conservation ..
with $55,080,615 Sirmans this week conducted by District." ",
632. 558 compared state trooper in Florida, j joined by Joe Lee Wade, _a honey "
... Ernest Gurr Madison. Special .
July Rev : of
ended blond from Marion
for the 'four-week period its ,auxiliary the Florida Highway County. won first ... \ ',
Blair, Cathy :a.'loo.
was
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singing Roger
place
of $551,943 and, three hundred ?' '
23, 1960, an increase Patrol Auxiliary of dollars. _. 't .
," I Legionnaires O'Quinn Dot Blair and Bro. Gurr. Nancy >.. ..
Murphy a reed head from
or 1 t'c.The will be on the highways watchingto We are sorry Mrs H C Tuten has the Sarasota r.'.\i. t.... :5 ,
causr' District was runner- 1!
was ::1 IS '
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in dates ,:: -
difference see that you stay in line traffic been sick quite a while., We hope up receiving a cash award of ': J
just ninety
e ed the 53-week fiscal year wise. But unless YOU care enoughto she will be well soon.. dollars. :

closed and the calendar adversely do your part, you may be one Burl 'Quinn arrived home to be 951 students from forty districts, -WWHITE TOPon DRIVE-IN",

affected the sales.comparison.The of the predicted twelve fatalities. with his parents, Mr and Mrs A D representing 104 high schools, took

company, 'which operates a 44 So let us pray that our prediction O'Quinn, last Thursday. He is stationed part in the public- speaking contest :Mayo Highway, Madison Fla. ,

number of supermarkets in this that 12 will die in Labor in Quonset Point' Rhode. sponsored by the local and State Now FEATURING, in addition to the already famous

area, now has a total of 535 retail units Day week-end crashes WRONG! Island Judy., with Blair the spent Navy.Sunday after- Soil Conservation Board.. regular Hamburger, the JUMBO" BARBECUE HAM

stores and eight wholesale, compared Hell? us by making, our prediction noon with Joy and Cathy O'Quinn.We .BURGER at 50c and on MEDIUM BUN FOR 40c.

throughout the South and nine lower;; much, much lower than we were glad Co have L H Bailey's Mr and Mrs John H Wing of St .. Enjoy the new taste sensation in town Our BARBE-

with 513 retail stores say-and let's live and let live." daughter: Mrs Lois Miller and fami- Simon's Island, Ga. \yere week end CUE HAMBURGER. Your Host JOHN MERRITT.

wholesale. units in I960. ,- The' Labor Day week-end lasts ly of Lee at church Sunday. night guests of Mr and Mrs A W Vann.,I ,

from Friday Sept 1 at 6pm -,
NEWS through Monday, Sept 5 midnight. .
HOSPITAL.. Save life sixty on'6ls...Join the big -

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Admissions: Danny ,Foster, Jefferson TRADE -. .:. x>, -

Williamson; Mrs Adis Johnson, .. By :Trooper Bill .

Mrs R V Mickler, Theo Glass, Mrs Watch the cat who is ready to

iottie Mae Stokely, Mrs Mary Mc- correct jour mistake-he coulctbe '
Nellie Methvm., Mrs making one ftRADE _
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Mary Clamma M Johnson, Lewis Webb John .. .. ( 1Jt .. "i;..

Burnette Wylie James, Mrs Vansey Ignorant is the, fellow who thinkshe ,

Farnell, Mrs Mary Brinson, Hardy knows even a little bit about TO
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'- "- Felix Sevor, Mrs Carmelita Wi1liams of communication than some woman .
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:.. James Wiley.. Doc Faircloth. trying to keep a secret. -
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'': Otis Cochran, William Goodman # Right now is the right time to.make the move to )

., Bob Lay, Mrs Adis Johnson Danny When Jules Verne wrote "Aroundthe Rambler during our dollar-saving Trade Parade to :' :'; ; f

;, Foster Lewis- Webb Mrs Lottie World in SO Days" who'd of Rambler Sale! Thousands are doing it-why not you? u .,

:Mae Stokely Mrs Vansey Farnellbaby thought that something would be Come in!,See how much more car Rambler, gives .
Atlas Roberts. making the trip in 88 minutes a I
and boy- for hundreds less. See how much 5% -
BABY FARNELL few months later? you more we'll give for your eafl! <:
Choose from the widest selection of
A baby boy was born to Mr adS compact sedans, wagons, and convertibles

S. Mrg Vansey Farnell Aug. 26th. He Don't you forget this:. Safety is -'-all beautiful-at lowest prices. ... .; '4

weighed 6 lbs, 13 H ozs about 10 per cent know-how, and -Compare! Ramblers give you more headroom. Higher doors, flush front floors. _

Deaths: Theo C Glass. 90 per cent attitude. -. -More power-per-pound, standard 6 or V-8-better performance, ,.: -. '
Admissions: Oliver Pearson F J .. _* : economy.- Easier parking. Best,rust protection top to tailpipe.

Simmons, Mary Taylor, Mildred Work like the dickens to be alive Come in and are during our_ Rambler Trade Parade! -
after Labor _
Bellamy. Maple M ear. Day. .
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Clara Goolsby
A:"\ w Seethe light .-f'; ''. 278,494 MOTORISTS JOINED'... u
They wouldn't drive .. RAMBLER'S TRADE PARADE s. '
Revand Mrs Paul Touchtcn, : -
Miss Mary Jewel Touchton and So fast at night! ,e (In just 12 months) '.
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,'_ '; returned Saturday from a trip to Heed the warning of FHP Boss- 164,163 Chevrolet! Ford Plymwft Owners

""f-';' Houston, Ft Worth and Perryton. man H N Kirkman: The- ,:trouble : 83,814 Olds; PGetIac? Merry, DtSet, DtIIte 0WI rs =-
with trouble Is that it_ : often
very
Texas and :Monroe La. -
_ i: : ,. 6,540 Cadillac Chrysler Usceta Owen it
;' starts out as fun, behind-.the whe 1. f -, ;.-
r:__: 70 x 15 Goodyear ;.d" <
: oIi' 'L'i; PLUS 23,977 Studebaker Corvair, faleon,Comet .. : ., ..
-- Miss Mary. Jewelj Touehton who 'iS: Valiant '' ,. "
fire '- ; .? Foreign, Misc. Owners & ,
ttWeather!i leaves for"EmoryUnl.erslty."in two : T""fiaurlshnlslled"ladiql taalotindatisticlf w r.M ,.9 + -
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.i i M i As Low As $11.88 Camp at Leesburg, for college-'stud
i .. : ents. MBLER-Workl_ Standard of Compact Car Excellence .

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1 "Battery & Tire Co. and Mrs Van H Priest several days .

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"'t.' Saturday Sep e- ter' 2 to
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,,,. : HELL BENT. FOR LEATHER.
y Eastman color, starring Audie Murphy :-
s Felicia Farr. He was marked
f "', :-- for death for a crime he did not '\ (" :
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eager revenge Saving Pays
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adventure of ,the ;- .. .> .

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1 ,'i-' Sunday-Monday, : 1" a -'-'--- >' i1:%.: =:mf- ... -., INSURED_
TAMMY TELL \
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.-: J. .'''. man color starring +' = s'i sE EUEAAL' 1RN 6S fc iJOATA&SpCiAJriOK i vT ,,- ". SAVINGS
: John Gavin. She j & ms w w .
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I this the one.Tuesday first. "Tammy, _, ... '" e 1 i i : r i DIIW.d ow

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September x Night Depository
V t ;'. CARMEN JONES 29.0.0.
> : starring Dorothy [ Off-Street Parking

Belafonte. The film .
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smash Broadway
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immortal music
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girl who loved .. r tw Sxik'a.w'. -- ,
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Luxe color starring I .

''I VLondon.- Tom E\vell. This Edmond girl V ,: ?-:; **/**. : .. ::' ..

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Thursday-Friday DOUBLE I FEATURE, : Federal Home Firs* fEBERAL .':; Valdosta,'::

GIDGET GOES .-''"-0''':,- -

man color, starring SAVN0S .

Michael She but WOW had Callan a! quiet what, 'Road"v.! .U Bauli. System: (...! and Loan Association' ;':',' ',- G eorgia' i.!!

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: THE SNAKE "I"I .- +

John McCarthy,. s .
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experience in the \ .

Mr and Mrs S Miss Frances Wood has accepteda North Atlantic (FHTNC) Serving
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1 Mike Jerry and I position with Bryan Electric I I aboard the anti-submarine warfare

1 Chicago and Mrs and Lotion Classified; Ads i.i Company .here. She is the grand- I support aircraft 'carrier USS Essex,
Susan Deuchen of daughter of Mr and Mrs Drew I conducting a summer ,training cruise
and Mrs H Kramer Hughey and the daughter of Mrs !In the North Atlantic is FranklinD
FOR, SALE BEST-ONE MAN BUSINESS Audrey Wood. Miss Wood' and Mrs Merritt, storekeeper third class
OWN AND OPERATE YOUR Wood recently moved here from of Route 2, Madison, Fla.
STORE: OWN BUSINESS. A DEALERSHIPIN Austin Texas.

STOCK CAR 3-bedroom house ,.1 bath, good ,NATIONALLY ADVERTISED {- V
FLA. well, REA power 5 acresgood PRODUCTS AVAILABLE IN WEST -x-
{ FARMERS .1st land, only $7900.Lakefront MADISON COUNTY. PROFITS UP I Mr D D Morris is reported doing Wiring and Repair
TO $5.000 A YEAR AND MORE
5 lots 3 nice 'bedrooms I
Tobacco & : den 1% 'baths. 2 fireplaces, POSSIBLE FIRST YEAR. CAR well following' eye surgery Thurs- BRYAN ELECTRIC CO.
day in Pinevie-v hospitaL'
Jones of Miami :2 furnaces carport breezeway, REQUIRED. AGE 2350. WRITE:
", the W J'book shelves, shrubbery, most de- :MR RUFUS HODGE BOX 11.MONTICELLO. ,
50 10 mi south of I sirable location, 5&% 20-year FLORIDA.
53. mortgage.If .
AMBITIOUS YOUNG MAN FOR
FEATURE
be engaged in it's houses or' farms, I have LOCAL ESTABLISHED ROUTE. T
at home also 'them.
AT 45-50: HOUR WEEK. $2 $3 PER
in the county. The Benjamin Davis 2-bath house. HOUR, PLUS INCENTIVES. WE
Thunder attending Lee The Tilden Norris 3-bedroom- TRAIN. CAR AND REFERENCES
Bowl
I house. NECESSARY. WRITE TO 659 BUILDING MATERIALS
was handled The Jeff Macarages house. WEST PEACHTREE STREET N.
SATURDAY .Searcy' of the Also two houses in Hancock E., ATLANTA 8, GEORGIA.
on Rt 2 Mad Terrace.

r SEPT. 2nd. AT Don't Worry a lot-BUY ONE EXPERT REPAIR WORK ON .. .... .
RAIN DATE in LIVINGSTON SPRING ACRES. SEWING MACHINES &...VACUUM ---io '_ .:.:a. "'If ." ;-- ... 't.-, ,'.:
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1.. of Madison CL ANERs.- ANY MAKE.- REASONABLE 210-lb. 'Roofing .
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Powder list for at the., Mississippi summer Broadus Willoughby 3-6618 MADISON.PRICES. PHONE HU square, ; :" 55.75

5- V Electric Go-Car REALTOR ,
Prizes All Phone HU 3-6481, Madison. LOST: One female cream colored '
Pea Pickers Will return ,to small short-haired dog'- August I No: i'Oak' ,Flooring,'
". Don't \ next month'' to FOR SALE; 9 ;weeks old registered 22nd named Peaches. Phone HU- white per 1000* feet 5155 i a 00
Dachshund puppies females 3-6145 or write MRS JACK .
Located Northwest $10. Phone HU 32370. 1-lt-ch HICKS Rt 2 :Madison. 1-lt-ch / "

: V Shiloh Drink DR. PEPPER FOR SALE: Used, mattress and Call J L PATE 2525 Greenville Full 'Thick f,Insulation, S52J

-11 springs in good condition: price Fla for sanding, varnishing waxing per 1,000 :. U
reasonable. old i or new floors. 524tchWaitress .
Phone HU 3-2358
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.. =< Does-- .your car.drink gas like a whale? \ ., 4'x 8 Bath Tile, "
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house trailer $15.00 per 7.
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U S 90 across from NFJC. Flat Porch Columns,
Ideal for students or couple. Phone I IsDn.: each _54 20
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HU 3-2579:
LEON SWIFT. l-3t-pd f
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IN JUST Canier( P >Columns ..
., :'r __ 15 MINUTES.If New PavilionThe ijh r QfJ Eft

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{ back, at any drug store. Use ITCH- pavilion at.the' Recreation .. ;ift ,'
<. ME-NOT to check Center measures 50 ft, 90ft and "
eczema, ringworm by Also,..Iow4 prices on other ""mUfchandiseS '
i: insect bites foot itch ot:+e j I is of steel frame and aluminum
,' .p.. external itches.. You feel it take;roofing, construction. When f unshedt ,
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;F! .. bold. Then itch and burning! are It will have a four inch
j: TIME TO TRADE FOR RAMBLER! gone. ITCH.M XPT is easy,to I floor and a four-foot block wall
to.! V 13-'\ apply. Instant-drying: :TODAY', ..it i'afdund it.vlt will be used ,for danc-
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: SMITH'S DRUG STORE. *adyt:, :iitg},skating And other amusements I HUMAN
I AL Jarrell and Sons of Salisbury '
llrsV P Knight was the guest N C.is building! the pavilion.
; of Mrs R C 'Home several days i I
this week. .... H HWi M MMM r "ALL PRICES NET CASH .
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VICKER EVERY Miss Vesta ; Bianton of Lee and
DOLLAR from Madison -
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County deposited in FIRST were guests of Mrs-F)C Glass Wed

tt- .IMPLEMENT CO. INCa FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN I nesday. ___ ]i I --

_;; x HU3.229 T/ ( I/ J'T BEEN ASSOCIATION BE-INVESTED in PERRY has IN Jasper Market Corn Price to' : '''

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: Ri DOUBLE VALUE FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN +rP

: !ASSOCIATION jn PERRY has

BEEN RE-INVESTED IN

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PLANE CRASHESAn ba :
GENERALELECTRIC I '

F 8 U Crusader, jet crashed
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FAMILY SIZE HIGH SPEED '
: 0" 0 t BIG area near St Regis Co Nursery.-in

0, this county when the engine flamedout

91' AUTOMATICWASHER AUTOMATICDRYER and the pilot Lt (jg) Gerald :.L Drive

I Coffee was unable to restart it.

: Coffee bailed out and was, unin-

0 jured. He was found on the north :1 : with
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1 ;' t. action.x temperatures crashed on the south side .of the ; r

.-. Damp-dry spin leaves many Timer dial / highway, according to report from ? w > :

... -i ,{ pieces ready to iron Unt trap / the City Police Department. ,

t Famous G-E written warranty A helicopter, from Moody AFB .

Y -- picked up. Lt Coffee, who was on 1. J ... >. i .S. S'w r .,

a: routine training mission. He Is
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: Mrs Albert Glass and children of

) Eastman, : Ga, Mr and Mrs Fred

O Glass Jr and children of Live Oak; 1

r B' 0 fh1$299I Mrs Kathryn Glass and Theo C y%a, Zto e w J

Glass Jr of Jacksonville; Mr and 8 a Y.Y x xdo z ,
: Mrs W B Sullivan of Valdosta; Mrs

Lena Morgan Mrs Emma Hendryand

I i- FOR ONLY WITH YOUR OLD Ward Hendry of Shady Grove; .

'- Mr Pete Vann, Me Alpin; Mrs Hal i ltJ }
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Fletcher, Live Oak; Mr Edward : \

Gramling Jacksonville; Mr and Mrs

W C Copeland: III, Tallahassee and

Mr Ellis Blanton, Miami.

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SOUTH DUVAL ST. e Penna. who is the guest of al Ii 't s r -S "-

/MADISON, FLORIDA ?hooenu3.668I her sister Mrs James .Page in
Thomasville is expected here :Mon-
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day on a several days' visit, :'with .. ,
EVERY DOLLAR from JOIN THE 4-H CLUB '
Mrs T 'F'Hay and Mr and Mrs

ison County deposited in l\Iad-1 "The 4-H Club offers many very Graham Wheeler and children. Also '

FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN .worthwhile opportunities to boys expected to arrive next week to be 't
guests of Mrs Hay and Mr and
'ASSOCIATION in PERRY has and girls 10 to 21 years of age," .>
Mrs Wheeler are Mr and Mrs Gar- ., .' "
BEEN RE-INVESTED IN says Associate County Agent Har- '
land Wheeler and three. children of
vey Paulk. "In the 4-H ,you,: get
MADISON COUNTY HOMES Snyder, Texas
t ; valuble training training in leadership '

-;$ training in project. work, and EVERY DOLLAR from .Madison \ "'-

f : "'2 x '450 Bales f training .for good citizenship." Also, : County deposited in FIRST I ; cvS. } .-
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J C Bumette's cotton gin has time for good wholesome fun. ASSOCIATION: in EERRY has .. '! ."". :!II

ginned 450 bales of cotton to date. Recreation at.summer camps, BEEN RE-INVESTED IN \ .:: -

Mr Burnette said the price averages outings, parties, and various trips .
about 35c per pound in the lint and gives 4-H Club members an oppor- MADISON COUNTY HOMES! .;

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Washington. Congressman D R ,'. A. x... ?. L .. ..y ,, Y.h..:....v..r.. ... y lxNw. ...,:..... .. {,{.r : Y'}:. ::: v.M y... ; Y:{r:dr :k' xo,.F'.9}.r"c :F-J,
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.,(Billy) Matthews ,announced that wide variety of projects from which :YJ....:...y.}r.......YAY.,:..:.:.fi.i...}..1.. .. !+....:::::: .:':.: .: ;.Y.y..Sy.;.VS.,':e.::4..:.y r::.:x Y ,}?7. ;4'J -i,.., .JI:.;,.!'y:}.',?+::{-v ro.y.: ;:>.d..:}; + ; .. ,
the House has passed a Senate. Bill .:r.v....?... ;.4 : .4J..Y}.a.4..........x...:,1.w..r... :......, ...rv..A.Y ::,r.::.. ..}..f'.. ..Jl i.C; ? x a9::;';'::i N N 5/ 1. %j/'r JY47'' f r. i. .)
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they may choose and which they .x rI .xa..y.J:? : } ? :: y i/x { ,''r.Rfa fibKh.ly-.
Similar to his bill H R 7694, to tt:.......r. .. .... ... ...... f..f... ;, .. v ry7 -r. r .j
will enjoy. These range from dairy- ..r.A.. :r..:: ,.. .. .: ..R:, : 23 .$..:.{....K....:.........3...&....y 8fe&L :. .. .?::. r..rxw "TN.
provide for a national hog cholera .. n ..n..... .4 ..... / .
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ing, beef, steer, swine, field .+. a,::::: ..:: .r. rrr.:' Yfw.S.v.? .....}.!,!::.:...>:}.. .!.Cyrx.:....... .' =}: 6L"'' :, .Y..N.y: ,.;,.1v.: ./i.a:r.y'r,4'M'ir. :';: e} ..
eradication The research crops .).,}:::%: ; .r.: .r : :.: : ........ .,
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electricity S.4 rwSv.J.
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program designed to stamp out traqtor: care, :.v; : r4Y. ..;.i.. x., v. : v:..:. ..../ .. ...7..:...n... i.5- :{{ r. .r. ::.v.
hog cholera, a disease that costs cooking, sewing, home beautification :;.,.Jr..;..n..r...rgE.6..?,{.{.r.r7,....:!.%::.:.r.:;..$.'....,...%.r:.... n.f...:..4%:?::.v.FY':r..; ...;}..:.... r:.n..t..?:..:....:....,,.N..... :...?.......:y.:::,. .'Zs"&d :.&j&... Y. r:.... .r., : /r/ lI -S .

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r be announced in E-R Sept. 8. Learning to accept responsibilityis f.;
one of the most valuable experi- / 4f' / ,

t TO ALL VETERANS ences a 4-H member can .receive- /ryj r 4;:v? / !

from project work." lrl hI%...
5.The' State Service Officer. Florida Members have the opportunity to f L rjnr -S ".

Department of Veterans Affairs, give demonstrations, to hold office

has authorized all County Service to serve as junior leaders helping

Officers to make the :following an- younger boys and girls with project ,

nouncement: Ample funds are now work and with the 4-H program.' s

available for direct loans to veter- These activities give the 4-H members -
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ans from the office of the Veterans a greater sense of responsibility < t4/: ,:;:'

Administration Loan Guaranty Officer and develop poise and self- confidence ;Shi '.

P 0 Box 503, Post Office and the ability to work /
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Building, Jacksonville, Florida. with others. ';'j Jg5 .j.
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There is now no waiting list and Parents who have boys> and girlsof J
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$15,000.00. Veterans should make 4Hi11 make a valuable invest- ,

application by letter to the Loan ment for the present and future of .;;

Guaranty Officer who will send the young people by encouragingthem JiIi

them the necessary application to enroll in a local 4-H Club. ,, ..7,/ .., Ji, ;,' : ;. 1 f 'ffw.yr "
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: in completing such forms. Demon- .. :,l' : A.. ?:{}.' ;J;.; u.;
Home ,
: : County Agent and ; F_ .Y/.; r.r ra, ..? .' ..rr., ri y'/?
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stration Agent located in the rs'yr;lj'r.::;r r'%i-,>%? }/{. !... ;/,;,:{' .'.J/rlJf'/.rfr.r%;.
Madison Agricultural Cen Y /Y' /r :{a4:: ,Hw, .., ..,{: +:,.r,r9.: } ', 4
County
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Garden CirclesThe ;! rir.y.{ :yam/. : :: ; : r ;r ; -: >
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ter. r, ->'. ;Y4-,','?.. ': ;' "'' .ri.y f';: l H!. i
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Garden Club Circles will meetS '4

S 1 : on Thursday Sept. 7th In the following Pvt Patrick J Donovan son of to school. He just came at

i ,.. homes at 10:00 a. m. Mr and Mrs Jack Laurance of .;,0,
j .. Azalea Mrs F E Naughton. Madison is stationed in Germany.x us. Fa tllt! was the school f ,
Camellia Mrs S K Wiatt. ,. .. <. .!. DRIVERS KILL AND CRIPPLE MORE .
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'*: Dogwood Mrs- James Hardee. .lane.- He pulled into our. ftd

.' ;" '' : : .. Louisville, Rey and 1James ehtucky Browning arrived the of : CHILDREN THAN ANY DISEASE! -. -- lane to pass. Head onlVftiejp&are -

*) C 0 Leasing past, k'on.a;;vsit with Mr Brown- ...
.J ; .. -'. Ing's.parents 1 r-and Mrs Edwin B -' my children!'Whathappened '\ .

4 .:. ... Browning. : You have helped curb pneumonia, cancer, polio, and other terrible- .' "'- '
.4 Washington. Congressman 'D R diseases. How about careless drivers? They kill and cripple more, -** wethey all right?** I

(Billy) .:Matthews announced that Edwin ':Browning- .a recent rt FSU .'dren=f rom 1 to 14 years than, any major disease. Will yoa helji'dirb. ,l MjrJMQ I t w .' Q : ::
r th'lldren lease tail :
_
5&C. :Matthews' Bill. ,H: ,u. 1022. fqfjtJicHiease x ,
: the University "
of tobacco graduate will. enter careless drivers?You can.Just write to your local enforcement officials, / .,.
and transfer -
; of Florida Law School this' Fall.x .
mo. What did he do to '"
allotments has passed the ,' Say. '
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c'- '. {j I|acreage* Congress and now goes to the President Mr and Mrs -Gene-Clark and sons "I snepwt strict law eiifirctMMt!" .. a m ,childsent Pleasel .. .
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'..' /. for signature. Tommy, Jimmy and Billy of De- !O -"' "

Jasper Market Corn Price to Funlak Springs, spent the weekend When traffic laws are strictly enforced and obeyed, traffic death $o

here with his parents, }..fr'and down. Your community can be another to prove it., .
be ,announced in E-R Sept, 8.. Mrs Tom Clark. ...



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FOOD "
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WALKING ON -' -'
DtinlDR.PEPPER ,
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." 'A CLOUD EA1R-
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,,{ k{;,.: ," :That "walking on a cloud" feeling 'R 'WesrefiI"F1yer a SETZER'S

:: :, is one, of life's greatest :'
c ;:
i :' :.>'- thrills! It usually comes with ,... t bicycle back to school. : i ."ln1 c .; .

t- ,? the achievement of some goal, '"
i1i-.. WESTERN AUTO Army Foot Lockers Athletic Shorts c
/:; I :: '. long sought. the realization, Metal Foot Lockers -'i.: .
Laundry Bags
.: n r 1/- of a dream, long cherishe'd.Very ::100% Wool Blankets ,. ;I
Wool SoxAthletic
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} .t, seldom, though, does just"dreaming" IN THE CIRCUIT COURT THIRD All ,Size Trunks ...
Sox
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR ." s
:f fi: form :
., 1;:,:.; ,- or. any other MADISON COUNTY FLORIDA.IN .Steamer Lockers B-4 Bags ........ I

:}'1 :r. of wishful thinking, by- itself, CHANCERY CASE NO. 161 |:Matched Luggage ';y Large Trunks

produce this happy result. Howard Studstill and Agnes Stud-
"
'j : 0..IKwNhMfq
-50% Wool Blankets ..;', Small Trunks <-

,. ,-=- Usually it takes ,some very stills Plaintiffs- vs Paratrooper Boots e Army Jackets* J i1.K4I

i0: >- practical- purposeful, down-to- Stella Walker, Defendant. Combat Boots Raincoats ': If i.. :.
,. ,
-:, .; earth planning. Systematically NOTI&E s .
"
i
Sweat Shirts :
1 '_ ':i' ,: Dress Shoes,
.4 t '". saving a pre-determined. part Notice is hereby given pursuantto T-Shirts '. .- ': ..... .-
a final decree of foreclosure ", Undefsnirts #
of week's is the 1"i'.t.
: ; every pay,
dated
ti August 29. 1961 .and enteredin -
1 YJ .
"
,:. ; surest way to ful. ill.your j Chancery Case No. 161 of the >.- Unredeemed pledges from our Pawn:Shop.>,-..:- .: ;.

i ( ::;: "heart's desire! Circuit Court of the Third JudicialCircuit' -',.,. Fine luggage at a fraction of original price ;' .
in and for Madison County

; : .- If you have the will, we leave the way to accomplish Florida, wherein! Howard Studstill ... ..-' .. 0

r--: .'. almost any aim that requires money. Your consistent and Agnes Studstill are plaintiffs, Southern Salvage Co.
: ,
and Stella Walker is defendant, .'ir
; !( :: savings plus our liberal interest will, 'add' up fast! I will sell to the. highest and best c :. '., .419 Base

::" '.. e. -- bidder for cash at the West front Ill S. Ashley (Army-Navy Store) Valdosta; Ca.v a;:": VStreetMadison:
; FLORIDA BANK AT MADISON door of the Madison County Court --

'. House in Madison, Madison County :
.
; as Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Florida' at 11:00 o'clock a. m. on MADISON COUNTY ARC .. FloridaFARMER
the 15th day of September, 1961,
;P.- And Florida National: Group of Banks the following described property as

set forth in said final decree to- NEHI BOTTLING CO. Supt Griffin .JBishopr-Dr Oscar

wit_ : Beck and Mrs Frances Collins were _'. .. _______
FREE ---TOSSY--- The South Half of the following i
.' Grape speakers at the meeting Aug 28th. ,
described property: 0 Orange 8 p m Madison. Co Asso. for Retarded s
Moisture Cream and Lotion Begin at the orthVest'corner of e> Upper 10 .l l Children. Dr Beck explainedhow ..
g. Register for 2 pc. Section 18, Township 1 South,
%. PRICE Range 10 East.Strawberry the plans of Madison ARC
Root Beer _
and Board of Public Instructionwere
degrees and 30 minutes East
r: aRedwood SMfffl DRUG STORE 1030.8 feet to the point of beginning PHONE FO 2-2775 LIVE OAK brought to fruition with the

.', on the East right-of-way .establishing of special education
Chaise Lounge and Club MADISON: FLA. line of State Road No. .53' and : classroom at Greenville. He stated

728.3 feet Northerly along said IN REMEMBRANCE that class was organized under the
right-of-way line from a right-of- category of a Composite
program.
Chair to,.be given away New OwnersWe way marker, thence run at right '- Her sudden death was God's will This will serve the age range 6-12

angles to the right-of-way line God spared her many things for years and the. class load minimumwill
.
September 2nd. at North 54 degrees 39 minutes East
'. she wasn't ill.
be 10, maximum 15. Rules
to Announce the
are proud 210 feet, thence run South 33 degrees her sinful world
He took from this
New Ownership of Quitman Flower 21 minutes East 210 feet governing enrollment of child in
,
Maybe to show the light to some .,...,
Shop. See us for flowers for all thence run South 54 degrees 39 this class are: Parents permission,
boy or girl.
Yt- occasc:.s. AVALON BOURQUIN, minutes West 210 feet to said rightofway So we'll have to accept her death physical examination, evaluation by

," .. Owner, ROBERT DUNN, Assistant line, thence run North 35 without fighting hard competent psychologist. These will .
Phone 9781, Quitman: Ga. 52-.tt-ch degrees 21 minutes West 210 feet For God'sill 'oe done is writtenon be carried out through regular '''-- l' '... _

:: along said right-of-way line to the many a card. school channels: ',:.; .tt,::j.-\-. ,
i--- THE 20th CENTURY IN point of beginning and being a part The Lord gives- and the Lord upt.Bishop spoke in general terms :, i{;-
_: BIBLE PROPHECY of the Northwest Quarter of the ..
It FLIMFLAMMED OUT OF $600 Takes. of some problems pertaining to this '- -
Northwest of Section 18,
.'.: Quarter Now for ,ourselves a new life class and recommended patience.He .
Deputy Porter reported Monday "Fulfillment of Bible prophecy in Township 1 South Range 10 East, we'll have to make. also introduced Mrs Frances .

that the six $100 bills Rosa Hamp- the 20th' Century is absolutely certain and containing 1 acre'more or less. Yes, we'll always miss her Collins as teacher of special education

... ', ton colored age about 60 of near ," an audience of 1186 was told Dated DALE this:M 30th LESLIE day of August.... 1961 Although now the world is just a class and Mrs Jenobel An- CRAY FRANKS, FoR PIC
of _
out
flimflammed
Greenville, was on August 27th at the blur. 'r
Municipal
Clerk of the Circuit Court. drews as Homebound teacher for
last week had not been, recovered. But I'm God's ? :
? Auditorium in Fernandina Beach. going to accept COT CHEESE tL1F
There are clues and s\1spects.though, By Jeannette T Leslie, D." C. way this' year.Mrs ..
The
c the Deputy said. The money'repre. Supervisor speaker of, D Jehovah's J Thomas, District (SEAL) __ And go"on living day by ,day! : Collins spoke. briefly on .' CANNED' DRINKS
Witnesses l-3t-ch-WTD
sented a recent sale of tobacco. -By Betty Jean Martin teaching and"training principles of
f
The woman was talked into com rom the Watchtow: er Bibl e. andTract In remembrance of"Merle Bass retarded children and warned us J

ing to :Madison to meet a fourth Society of Brooklyn, New IN THE CIRCUIT COURT THIRD to her parents Mr and Mrs Harry not to expect rapid progress. She DILL PICKLES FRESLIBBY'S.

party at the bus station, 'by three York, spoke on The Twentieth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Bass. also promised to bring to next

people. She reported one of the Century in Bible Prophecy", which MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA.IN '. meeting. a list of 'needs that group ,;, ""j BEANS 3D

; three held her purse while'she .highlighted the 3-day Christian assembly CHANCERY CASE NO. 162 with '
Dr Beck
can help
Howard Studstill and Agnes Stud- LEE NEWS NOTES encouragedher BARBECUE SAUC
went in to meet the person. When of Jehovah's Witnesses. :
add few "wants"'to
to a her -
still Plaintiffsvs I
she, came back the trio and the I Thomas said: "Bible prophecy 'list also. ,
money had vanished. Investigationis shows School opened here Monday ':' ,
: plainly that cold war and the up
Thomas Scott and' Bertha Scott r.lrViUiam Cave ..was added as anew
still being made. :rise of Communism would mark the Defendants. with a good attendance. All are I member. H

I last days of this' wicked world." He NOTICE looking forward to a good term:,of I ?tIrsJenobel Andrews, Mrs"Becky

also pointed out that "the Bible is Notice is hereby given* pursuantto school. :Callahan and Mrs Barbara Beggs { POTATBIG

available to man in more than, a final decree of foreclosure Rev and Mrs Macmanaway of I served refreshments during social

1,000 languages and that 95% dated August 29, 1961, and enteredin Jacksonville were over night guests I hour. following. ,
w of earth's population can get it in Chancery Case No. 162 of the Saturday of Mr and Mrs H J I .
MM.w Circuit Court the Third Judicial ...: ',,,',
readable form. In keeping the prophecy of Brown. I .,. ., ;" -
Circuit in and for Madison County .
of Christ Jesus," he continued Mr and Mrs Ray Rowe have returned -I' OAK HILL NEWS : : POUND
Florida wherein Howard Studstill! .
'"concerning the preachingof home from a two weeks' .
.. .
,and: Agnes Studstill are plaintiffs, J BAG '
the good in the "20th visit with relatives in Georgia.Mr I Mr and .1.1rs Jim, Reaves and
news cen- I and Thomas Scott and Bertha :.'f' .- ,... 1
tury, Jehovah's Witnesses have 'expanded Ellis Blanton of Miami .came grandson Scott Bradford, Mr and
-: Scott are defendants, I will sell. '
'
SEE THE TOP I Mrs Paul Reaves of Hahira, Mr ;.:. j
t their ministry to 175 lands to the highest and best last week for a few days' visit .. ;
i of the earth!" Miss Vesta Blanton.Mr and Mrs J D Agner and family and LIBT'4
: STARS RUN bidder for cash at the West front with his aunt, '
,
"- Many other points were touchedon door of the Madison County Court Donald Thomas of Ft Stuart Mr and Mrs Wilboni Reaves and .i ;

: NOW through in the three-day session. The House in Madison Madison County, came home Sunday for a short ,boys visited Mr I E Reaves Sunday.Mr .

:>:.' OCTOBER 7th Friday evening program was com Florida, at 1100 o'clock-a. m. on visit. He has another week in the I Lon Terry is under treatment : T2MA

.__ ... .. < prised of a model Ministry School the 15th day of September 1961 service. ;for serious'eye illness, we are T'4 I

;, CLOSED SUNDAYS amf a Service Meeting dramatized the following described property" as Mrs J H Williams Sr returned sorry to report. .""- -
set forth in said final decree, to- i "Mr and Mrs. Arthur Belcher and JI ....
of' week from
around the theme "Brotherly wit home Saturday a .ago, : --
,_: JEFFERSONKENNEL Love." Begin: at the Northwest corner of a visit with her children in Jack- children spent some time last week 4

CLUB Saturday a large number ,was Section 18, Township 1 South, sonville. She was accompaniedhome with relatives at Iron City, Ga. : : CA.Y

"" Monticello, Fla. baptized after an address on the Range 10 East, thence run South 77 by Mr and :Mrs Jack Williams While there they went fishing.

On U S 19 "Bible :Meaning of Baptism". It degrees and 30 minutes East and children, !Kenny, Raully Many parents attended school ;.Y
emphasized baptism to be the "pub- 1030.8 feet to the point, of be- and Karen for an over night visit. opening at Pinetta Monday. is

3 Miles Northof lic symbol of one's decision to do ginning, on the- East rightofwayline Mr and Mrs Cecil Kent and Mrs encouraging to see the new equipment ,:;."

U. S., 90 God's will.". of State Road No. 53 and Rosa Lamb went down to Crystal in the Home EC department.Mr MIX EM

.. SPECIAL SECTION Sunday morning there was a brief 728.3 feet Northerly along .said River Saturday.. They enjoyed the W J Bennett is the new seventh- ,
session for consideration of the right-of-way line from a right-of- luck.Mrs grade teacher.
: FOR NEGRO FANS day fishing and reported good FROZEN LEMONADE
.
marker
F,:-. day's Bible text then all engaged hi way thence run at right R W McMullen had the mis Mrs Eva Murray is visiting her '. '
: angles to the right-of-way line :. { FROZEN ORANGE DRI
__ RACES NIGHTLY 8:15 the door-to-door ministry; talking No. 54 degrees 39 minutes .East fortune to fall in Winn-Dixiestore. sister, Mrs Edgar Blair while she'is -:.
-- ; -- with the people in their homes 210 feet* thence run South 35 degrees -In .thefall- she had one of the ill with the mumps. : f f FROZEN LIMEADE

"! ,, .: -- MATINEES 2:15 P, M. about God's Kingdom. 21 minutes East 105 feet bones broken in her left arm. She Mr ant Mrs R L, Crafton' spent 1.

-. ON SATURDAYS- thence run South 54 degrees 39 is doing nicely. Sunday afternoon with their daughter STUFFED OLIVES
ELECTRONIC '
::'! .. AND LABOR DAY FOR, t minutes West and family Mr and Mrs Bill
ti i .. 210 feet to said right- The friends of Mr E L Barrsare ,
s-:: LADIES ADMITTED Piano TuningCALL of-way line thence. run North 35 glad to learn that he is improving Fourakers. ? LAYER CAKESALTINES :tE

; .,.<..__ TURF CLUB degrees 21 minutes West 105 feet, in the Madison County Miss Karen Bland returned to
., Dine In Air-Ccnditioned along said right-of-way line to the Memorial hospital. Hope he will her home after spending a week Sz
!.. .. point of beginning and being a part with her brother and sister ,in law
r
f''1-:' HL\ T. RYCROFTPhone of the Northwest Quarter of soon be back home. --- I' i
.": Admission Only 50c : VIENNA SAUSAG
; Mr and Mrs Eugene Bland
:
,-,+,..' FREE TUES.-THURS. Northwest Quarter of Section 18 Mr and Mrs Bob May and_ two j I Panama of ;
City.
Cherry Lake 8389 or Township 1 South stopped over for a short "
No Minors Allowed : Range 10 East children j Mrs Rufus Sullivan spent the day ..
Write: Rt. 3 :Madison. Fla. and containing % acre more or lesS. visit with their daughter and son Ii
with her daughter Mrs Tab
1age
'
Dated this 30th day of. August A. in law Mr and Mrs E J Whitfield Bland. COOKICHARCOA
D. 1961. home in North
their
: enroute to Another pear recipe Mrs WillAgnar's }
(SEAL
BOTHER YOU? ) ,
BUGS .his
DO Carolina from a visit with Baked Pears. Steam
DALE
M LESLIE, pear
Clerk of the Circuit-Court. mother in Miami.- _- .. halves Jn small amount of water
OKAY, LETS-, GET RID OF 'EM, AND FAST. CALL By Jeannette T Leslie DG 10 until"barely tender. Sweeten liquidto

US NOW COLLECT IF ROACHES, ANTS, WATER 7.3tchWTDUsed : taste. Place pears in pan with
$ ---TUSSY--- hollow side Place in. each a
up.
BUGS, FLEAS .AND TERMITES ARE MAKING YOUR 20--
; small amount of sugar a dot of
LIFE MISERABLE., WE'LL ELIMINATE 'EM, AND Small Freezer Moisture Cream anti Lotion butter, sprinkle with cinnamon.

YOU MUST BE SATISFIED! E-Z TERMS % PRICE Pour liquid in pan around pears

and bake until syrup is thick and
BURKE EXTERMINATING CO. MesserI
tender.Tiic. H
...... pears ___
SMITH l DRUG STORE
:; Phone 293-J Perry Florida
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J A MITCHELL"MILLING CO; COMPLETING -STORAGE: Mi .FJoiHa Jimior FREES .!t Ilt PPER 'Ii' '. ..!.

VJ : USED WASHERS
BUSHELS OF CORN 1 X. rc
FOR 178,000 ,
u" .. i I.I Cellege ePrejwresSemester for I
\I Register ,for 2pc. GOOD SELECTION
OPENS THONBAY: ; R..o-REPTEMBER 11th ; if : : "- Miss Francine Millinor will return
: ; .. ,HOWERTON SUPPLY CO.
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} ., A J Hargrove-, Registrar'f North j I* Lounge and Club

Florida Junior: 'College, 'anticipates -
at least. a, fifteen per cent increase I t ..
I I fn( .freshman registration! this fall. I\Chair to Be given away

In'' addition' to' the; regular flow of
students from :the :five participating
September 2nd.
Y 5'w1 at
a it S counties many other counties in the
State. are represented. Eight statesand

,one foreign count )' will also
be ''represented 'on ''campuS this falL .

The: administration faculty and :

staff are:completing final 1 details for .:: e"
-
t,< registration and classes. Dr Mar- I
'shall Hamilton President,i;announces I '
the. addition of two .new faculty ,
-
.. -ii members, Mrs Clare Gray in the
Department of Communications, and Cautions BicyclistsHazel : \Pr C
J A Mitchell\ Milling\ Co's new building will be completedon Mr Donald Hadd who willfill the :

Saturday Sept. 9th and open for the 1961 Corn Buying vaca.ncycreated by the 'resignationof ... .

Season on Monday\ September llth. tlr'-James D Bass. Wood, Chief of Police, {

The new Corn Crop Price announced in the Madison\ .During the last semester, another building was added to the
"
newspaper. Many\ thanks for your' patron The.Business Education Building campus., reminding them of the Town ordinance -

age, and patience with us during our building expansion. completed: in March, now houses the concerning the penaltiesfor
riding on the sidewalks. He
administrative offices business edu-
We are looking forward to serving this ,
you year. states that' this is
cation classrooms, and ,faculty punishable by
J. A MITCHELL MILLING CO. offices. With the exception of the $50 fine or 60 days in jail. a

Phone 336, Jasper, Fla. Licensed Practical Nursing Program He has also reminded them that
all classes are now held on the the officers do not want to arrest

campus. the young folks but that- the or-

Try WHITE-TOP DRIVE Schedule of Evening of Following interest to is students a schedule expecting of events to I dinance was made for the safety of ,..:,::. ,>-- ::,....:--.'

IN'S REGULAR MEALS,I the bicyclists and pedestrians, and

they're delicious, friend. .. Classes at NFJC for register- THURSDAY for classes, AUGUST this fall 31: counseling :must be enforced. The first step to collegeIn

of sophomores and second One youth was injured recently,
semester freshmen. when he hit a car with his bicycle.

(Greenville; HighFoot Fall Semester FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 1, regis- Fortunately' this was not a serious just 12.years this,first,grader may yiNCs.ty

tration of sophomores and second accident but the next one could be be entering college. When your child e v.uaaw ,

: Ball ScheduleSCHEDULE -- semester freshmen. very serious, and the time to stop is ready. .will you be ready too? You W s v s p

North Florida Junior College has TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5; trouble is before it starts. will if you save here regularly. N5UM:z

scheduled the following courses for WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, insured will iAa v ie. ti
STAY OFF OF. THE SIDEWALKS where your savings growas
the: fall semester: orientation and counseling of fresh- w 9 e
FOR 1961 WITH BICYCLES.Mrs your child grows. coV
Sept..15 Jasper Home. men and transfer students. t

Sept.'* 22 DunnellonOct. Evening DivisionFALL THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7; C E Fulton is in Norfolk Where you save does make a difference t*
freshmen
registration of trans-
and
'
6 Florida High Va. the of Mrs James Flem-
Oct., 13 Madison *Home fer students guest $;' \% CURRENT. DIVIDEND RATE
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 classes ing. -
-
-Get Oct. 20 27 --JMonticeHo:Chattahooehee*** Home* SEMESTER, 1961 begin bn regular schedule. ...;. FIRST FEDERAL y.
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NORTH FLORIDA JUNIOR "

V Nov.Nov. lei 3t-- Sneads Taylor County Home COLLEGE HELP THE ,SCOUTS Before YOU. buy any / Savings & Loan Association ';'-,,

,
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Nov.* indicates 17 Union Conference County Games. MONDAY MATH lOIN appliance check with PHONE 617 PERRY, FLA..- ; ..' '.

FUNDAMENTAL MATHEMATICS _
Most of us are headline readers
( 3 semester hours). MEMBER OP THE SAVINGS AND LOAN FOUNDATION. INC,
I 'TUESDAY .\Ve read about the youth problems WESTERN AUTO SPONSOR OF THIS ADVERTISEMENT IN UPS AND
ENGLISH, 101N of today. READER'S DIGEST
Attention COMMUNICATION SKILLS (4 We read about the relentless
semester hours). I
pressures of communism on all
I ENGLISH 120N _
fronts.
FLOKIDA I IMPROVING k I is
READING SKILLS We read-and we worry. With a
(1 semester hour). Taylor County
.I good reasons.
s Motorists ION High School Bldg., Perry, Fla. For the immediate and distant We've'G
RELIGION
; 101N of _
future
our nation and our way

SURVEY' ((3 OF THE OLD .TESTAMENT of life depends not on us, but on -. '......,. .:.::-.-..:. y.
semester hours) Taylor 'T ,.'-.. ,.!
..
our fun-loving
youngsters.Fun
County High School Bldg., O 0 .. ::: ;;
Perry ,
Fla. is important. As is a sense ; ....... ....;.
of humor and warm human friend- >-'
MUSIC 120N ::
ships. You and I enjoy them as do .r .
FUNDAMENTALS OF MUSIC Crow
our children.
THEORY (2 semester hours). Taylor
1 That's why we'd like to be sure
County High School Bldg., Perry,
knows about the
Fla. every parent cur-
I rent "Roundup" of the Boy Scoutsof
;. SPEECH 205N America.For About the way The ( -
,'II', EFFECTIVE SPEAKING (3
:a-
Scouting IS fun. Cub Scouts
'
semester hours). I :
THURSDAY love their crafts and activities. Boy Valdosta Daily Times ..
HISTORY 211N I
SOUTH I Scouts thrill to outdoor camping!.1 '"-'>;!ft :..
AMERICAN ,HISTORY .;.
..,c_ f1.
adventure.And teen-age Explorers Circulation is
TRAVELERS (3 semester hours). growing VBecause. : f
fully enjoy planning their own t .r.
BUSINESS 1COIMN) ': ___
I; AUTOMOBILE INTRODUCTORY TYPEWRITING activities as they explore the whole
6
(2 semester hours). adult world they're entering.We .
INSURANCE think Scouting's more im rrrWeGetThereFustest
NOTE: All classes will meet at 7:10
o'clock portanttoday than ever. Partly beCause -
on the evening specified un- S
1. New Low Rates it's good fun. But also be-
t '
.:...-- less otherwise announced: by instruc- .
tor.' cause it teaches-In the fun-the /

r 2. Safe Drive Savings Other courses will be offeredif qualities of character citizenshipand I j
there Is sufficient : spirit that have made and kept f

3. Local Agent Service Anyone interested: in a demand night: this free country great.In With the Mostest

course which is not listed on the the Suwannee River Area .

schedule should contact Mr J C Council 4600 boys are having the =' 'f :. .

\Williams Andrews ..Inc.1taison Division.Moore, Director of rthe. Evdiing Scouting.fun (and But character Scouting training is for)ALL of More news of interest to YOU, about :j'i .; _- .- f


: Fla.lEFIESfHTIKG boys.The 231 Cub Scout packs Boy the. area YOU are interested in.. .... :J:;-. ,...:.,,
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THE Maytag Washers at Scout troops and Explorer units in and the folks YOU know. :':../, ., I<:
the area ;will be having open .houses .
1IAVE1EIJ RAtTFOID WESTERN soon as part of their "Roundup," Plus many exciting features national ,S-' "' t
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inviting all our sons to. get In on the !

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.- HEALTH 1961 Football Schedule available at ::: ; 1

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q Sept. 15 Santa Fe There
. Sept. 22 -,Open in Madison .

Sept 29 Folkston (Ga) Home ,

k ;:Whole house air conditioningLow Oct. 6 Mayo There For daily delivery of -
Oct. 13 = Greenville There -- '
The Times contact:Mrs.: Pauline
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t -- S -C Rushing, RFD 3,\ Madison_ 'Fla, or .
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Cost Lmvndes: Co. (Ga) Home "
Ky Payment.* PHAT rn1* Nov. 3- Perry There ; S :;: ': write to: "

Nov. 10 Monticello Home
Y Fo r Nov. 17 Blountstown' Home

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; 'I! ::. THE -MISSING, Drink DR. PEPPER : : -j.5: ?

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interest on money, 4
(liberal your 4 .,.
233 -
< John F Collett Sr vs Mrs
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: fcompoiinded regularly to .
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Lester D _
tv Studstill, 53.50; Trial, set z'f'f! po
your total savings add' up faster ::' > for later date. ;i, ; r' -
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.-: : .. Odom't. 130.25. ; Continue until settled ,.&, A bra that8ivuYou' a tru1y femInIne look.. -

by* monthly payments : $ then e swell of bosom that>shows ,..

BANK OF GREENVILLE I 231 Farmers Mutual. Exchange vs 'appeiflngVIn, bare neck dressw. J .... -.
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MEMBER OF FEDERAL INSURANCE DEPOSIT .
j'; r- CORPORATION 230 Fla Bank at Madison vs pad'7 of synthetic foam In the ( "
Edith Hall & bottom of each cup for extra '
GREENVILLE, fLORIDA James F Bell, 35.50; _
Continue until paid by weekly pay fullness'above the nylon S. .,l'

arx u. ,"S --_. iments I bra. Wide set.satin Straps t';- ',
Drink DR. PEPPER 229 Mac's Furniture Co vs Js hold you'secure) In place. In. --- >

We Have a Full Line of Brown, 63.26; Judgment by Default. -
\ 'exquisite-Alencon lace, lined with :, '
;< 228 Mac's Furniture Gerald
vs marquisette with double fold of <1-.._ .-
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Dwoskin. Death Claims W Backus, 31.80; Judgment by Default -. -
:' marquisette) underlining scalloped{ race s. _

Theo Glass .',-", 219 T M Howertpn Jr vs W H at bra top for added security. Black over.pn! }(|.. \: ., t .;:

Jones, 26.31; Judgment by Default. white over pink;white over whjtev ( :. /

150 H A Browning vs W H Jones, Bra Style 1245-A. B. C 32-36, $5.95. .:$" : t .i/
t 62.75; Judgment by Default. S '" :. .... { '
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:..r.'... r TALBOTT PAINT & Theo Carlton Glass, age 54, 241 Royce V Jackson M ,D vs Lucile'sDreiSI P. ,.'-t : -
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:: .y, WALLPAPER passed away early Thursday morning Inez Wells, 135.50; Judgment by ?
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at the :Madison : R
County Memorial Default AND
Castle ParkVALDOSTA .
&.. GA. hospital following an extended 240 Royce V Jackson D vs : '
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illness. William! Tuten 12750 Judgment by TheFamilyStore ." ,
iOQOQOQOC70Q: : : Mr Glass was a member,of Hick- Default. i.1 .

GREENVILLE LUNCHEONThe ory Grove Methodist church. He 239 Royce V Jackson M D vs ,- -- MADISON, FLA. -. ,
i I had been in the hotel business for James Townsend, 2350; Judgmentby I --- -.

Womans Club; entertained the thirty-four .years several of which Default. .
he spent in Memphis Term. He wasa THE WEATHERWeek Mr and Mrs James Hardee Jr
Greenville School faculty, Wednesday 238 Dale W Burnette vs Madison
member of the Hotel Greeters of Lawn Mower Parts and attended a showing of new Lincoln-
with a luncheon in the school Laundromat, 243.50 Trial set for
America also the Elks Lodge No. ; ending 'August 29th, 1961 Mercury cars in' Miami the past
lunchroom. 183 in Savannah Ga, and the later date. Llax Min. JU. week.
Mrs George Bowers, president of American Legion. He served in the 237 Jackson Furniture Co vs Wednesday 87 68 ,.06 I ServiceMMcILLIAMS -x- .
the Club, welcomed the guests. J: D Merchant Marine in World War Pearl Miller: Replevin. Thursday 81 69 ..03Friday Mr and Mrs T J Beggs III re-

Kaney, principal, responded on behalf n. He will be missed by many 236 Jackson Furniture Co. vs _.. .87 68 .25 I \ GARAGE turned Monday night from their
of the faculty. relatives and friends who admiredhim Pimiler Miller, Replevin. Saturday <,80 ,67.19 wedding trip to Jamaica.

A delicious salad course cake for his many fine traits and 235 William Catlin & Sons vs C Sunday 91 ,68 ,00 -..-, '- .---, -. ----

Ice cream, tea and coffee were his genial personality; T McWilliams Replevin. Monday 94 ..70 .00 rs Dan Walker, ,. Dan Jr, John ]

served. He is survived by one son Theo 234 J W Pulliam vs David E !Tuesday 8j'*''a. ?227, and: Liza who have been spending DAYS1

Mrs E L Patrick Sr, chairman Carlton Glass Jr of Jacksonville: Studstill, 147.50; Dismissed Settledin ..,.. the summer in Quitman Ga. with ; U 2
his parents Mr and Mrs Fred C TOTAL ... .71 Mrs Walker's mother Mrs Charles --
Mrs Bowers and Mrs Ruth Reams Full.
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Glass of Madison two brothers Rainfall week ending Aug 26th Tillman.
; were guests of Mrs M L
were the hostess committee. 242 Royce V Jackson M D vs : d
at Gibson Tower 0.90 in, Lovett
Albert Glass of Eastman. Ga and .Walker Tuesday en route to their SERVICE 1
Mrs Eloise Reams, vicepresidentof Fred C Glass Jr of Live Oak; and David T Thigpen, 105.50; Judgmentby Tower 0.80 in, Aucilla Tower 2.15, home in Tampa. r I
the Woman's Club and Mrs one sister, Mrs Lewis Stewart of Default. in, 'Sinclair Tower 0.30 in, Mill Creek =
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Frances Collins teacher of Exceptional Madison. 243 Royce V' Jackson M D vs .Tower '2.90 in, Madison forestry on yourWATH
Mr-- ;and Mrs Clayte DickinsonJr
children for Madison Co were Funeral services were held Sat- George J Lassiter, 146.50_ ; Trial headquarters 0.38 in. and children left Sunday for

guests also. '3* ,. urday at the chapel of the T J set for later date. Highest temperature for week at .their home in Tampa. Mrs Dickinson !IIf
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**** *\:. F Beees: Jr Funeral Hqme at 11 "a., m 244 Royce 'V Jackson M J> vs 'I forestry headquarters, 88' ; lowest and children spent a month

conducted by Rev L E Denslow, Mrs Deloris Harris, 17.50; *Judgment g 79Sun w ,here.'.jvith Mrs.orene. Studstill,and
Mrs Audrey Wood is still a pa- Mrs Dale Leslie offered orsran music by Default. rises Sept 1st 6:09 am, sets Mr' and'.Mrs R-C Dickinson while you need your watch repaired
tient in Pineview hospital, Valdosta. and accompanied Rev and Mrs I 6:59 pm.Moon .rilr P'icknson.tf In a hurry,we can dolt
She was taken there Aug. 18th T Carter and Mr Burnett who sanqHow 245 Royce V Jackson M D vs rises Sept 1st 11:54 pm.T' : special In Atlanta.UsedTV was .taking a No extra'-charge for fast
course
with a' broken leg. Mr and Mrs Beautiful Heaven :Must Be and William H Cone 47.50; Judgmentby Moon in constellation of Taurus service And we guaranteeboth
Tom Drew of Pinetta visited at the Rock of Aees. Interment followedin > Default. .Sept 1st.High parts and workmanship
hospital Sunday. the family lot in Oak Ridge 246 Royce V .Jackson M D vs tide Sept 1st at St Marks r. FREE INSPECTICNI! I,

-x- cemetery with Beggs Funeral Homen Jimmie Bryant, 217.50 Continuedto light 5:52 am.'Wiring. E-Z TERMS You pay nothing urless your

Mrs J L Brinson, who entered charge of arrangements. be settled by weekly payments. >, watch really needs service. I

the hospital a few days ago for Active naljbearers were Messrs 247 Royce V Jackson M ,D vs and Repair MesserBattery
Blalock. Dalton Mercer.
minor surgery, had several toes on Maury Presley' Anderson, 102.50; Continue .
her left foot mashed Sunday night Frank Cantey Neal McLeod, Joe until paid by monthly payments. WAYGERi' .
Bevan. Joe Buchanan and: Pat BRYAN ELECTRIC CO. & Tire Co.
when a sliding closet door fell as 248 FJa Bank at .Madison. vs -
Cantey. \
she 'was opening it. Serving: as honorary pallbearerswere James F Bell 123.50; Continue until -

-x- Messrs J B Davis. Gordon full settlement. ,
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Miss Beverly Brinson who graduated
Henderson Ellis Blanton W E 249 Arnie Medders vs Edgar
in June from MHS will go to t.ii1 -
Brenau College, Gainesville, Ga. J.Jancock.V C Copeland Jr. Howard Cruce 70.89; Dismissed Paid in -
Studstill. Bill Sp"or.V T Coodv. Full. i'I: :
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: TUSSY. W E Stewart Foy Wilder, Otis 250 Arnie :Medders vs Walter & -Ci
- Peavv. Walter Herndon and Dr A
Jim Roth, 61.76; Trial set for later
F Harrison and, Dr T G Bouland.
: Moisture Cream and Lotion date. classic
251 Farmers Mutual Exchange vs

1A PRICE PROPERTY SOLD I Jeff Dixon 124.46. ; Judgment, by

DefaulF. .
SMITH DRUG STORE Realtor Broadus Willoughby has 1 rr I&\\\I takes

sold the C E Davis homestead on il Lh L\
i MADISON FLA. S. Horry St to A T Gibson Jr. SURPRISE DINNER '
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Mrs A E Hutto, surprised their 1 <
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dinner at his home in Greenville, toe. ., ..'.$.,. y or .A"I

Sunday, August 27, on the occasionof --.

v .. ... ...... his 63rd birthday. I, /- ... :/ '-.f:
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: with covered dishes. Tables College Classic a, ?,1':

were in they yarcl;i, laden with many '

\; \ : varieties of food. A huge cake BLACK CALF .-. : ,. ..- .. .,. .J!"
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,'". d 4 roses and inscribed with "Happy BROWN CALF ..",, j
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The classic loafer ,;.
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., ... hostesses Taper-t ed and 4- ., ,.... .-
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Mrs W H Bishop; Mr and Mrs Wal- handsewn by Oldmalne.. ::;:]:;1.-
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ter' L Bishop and children, Linda .
.,.. on campus, a "most"in
Larry Randy and Kathy, of St suburbia,.this is *
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; 'r .' 'i ':... .' Cloud; Mr and Mrs Tom Wasdenand the skirt-an d-slack f --i.:. .

,r..'-., ,... daughters Debra, Donna and shoe of the year I; :, s ; ..

;,.:..,. '. Alvalyn; of Gainesville; George :
,'>i Howell and daughter, Sandra of ( :
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,,', Micanopy: Mr and Mrs Ralph' John- NATURALLY, -

:' EYE-CUE ? son and daughter, Dianne, of Tal- '-, / \ '<,

:. lahassee; Mr and Mrs G F Bishop I il : 1':
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a and children, Margaret Ann, Shir- n '
} '. Sometimes'.the difference between an honor student and ley and John; Mrs Lee C BishopSr Wl ,. .
a student is-a visual problem. Before your childgoes '. .
poor
: ".ir and Mrs Lee C Bishop Jr ; -
< back to school], give him the benefit of a thorougheye and daughter Rose; S P Hendry; r': -
examination. We will fill with
your prescription
Mrs Bythewood Sloan; Norman
the finest frames and lenses-correct and smartly styled. Hutto, and Sammy Hutto. )

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.. "sacred". truth'that is' to'say 4,;.' w riC I ,
i truth which the speaker regards -'

I with a kind of reverence. In writ- I ,

j tug to a younger friend: and ai-
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HW.t standing 7ears'\\
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1 '''i..' to guard what has :,;:<<
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I H'.3 him; and when r?: +
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F .etter.bothletters ,. "T .'_. _. i r

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been entrusted; to him: namely, .. .... < fvS',Sf''-'f.K.R;!..: ft iryy.kY.. .
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other x: }ene.died and 1jeArel, ;;,

men who can in turn pass it to -
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treasure;' but when truth van : .

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king who wanted to find the wisest' :
man in' his kingdom. So at a banquet .'

he asked this question: What -
one' thing is strongest in the

(world? One wise man said .

{1.'WineAnother said "The >;
KIng." The third said, "Womenbut

'- '.truth is stronger stilL" And .,_,..y. ..
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t for his choice, all the people -
shouted for the third man: "GreatIs
truth, and mighty above all I II I :* ; !
things." To this day people speakof

the power of truth. Thomas I. t x' j,: .

Jefferson's line is famous: I. -? .. Y _tJ:? rracfr..,F:; atr'A ..,
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like a torch, the more

it's shook it shines." ,. Yom; ,
Yet there are other proverbs' ,,'

-- ,pointing to the weakness of truth. I : : qi ..
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on leaden feet while every lie t !. -...:.. i
has wings. Considering'man 1 '
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world for thinking, people that may. .truth be is pardoned weak. It }j} '. Those stirring words of the Twenty-Third Psalm: He makelh me fo lie down In green -_=,:


; is often necessary to"fight fort -=! ", pastures He !leader me beside the still waters He restored. my soul/ 'f

truth while lies get on all too well j i ,
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any truth and is rivaled that it by can half-truths-be imitated t!. .:: .. '" 1; The Church Is the greatest factor on earth. for The psalmist must have known the turmoil of life 1 even ." ?'" ;;._

which sound very much. like 41.. {I ,; ,r the building of character and good citizenship. It though he l lived three thousand years 'a goAt least he had ,-
I Truth can be distorted and twisted 1 ,. a
I "a is storehouse of spiritual values. Without _
till it has all the ... ,<,,...:i< a a strong: '
effect of a lie. experienced the which a man when h e fJ.
peace
Hence, guarding truth means to ] : : Church, neither democracy nor civilization can sur comes upon 'rf

keep it free from distortion un- | ".',j(: rive There are four sound reasons why every >person escapes the bustling world and. rests in the quiet stillness J of ;"..
mixed and unconfused with half- ? 4 <':. should attend services regularly and support the .

truths and untruths that turn it.* .- ;.. Church. They are: ((1)) For his own sake. ((2)) For his nature s scene. And he caught its spiritual. meaning! c 1".,

I to poison. ,, \ children's: sake. ((3)) For the sake' of his community ,,. # .v;

..The Danger of Truth and nation. ((4)) For the sake of the Church itself A man s soul, like his body; needs to be restored. Just \ -.,'

i Truth is not dangerous to anr- '. which needs his moral and material support. Plan 1 } : -
as sleep and recreation rebuild I '
thing that is good. But it does appear i ":',. to go to church regularly and read your Bible daily. our physical strength, prayer.. ,

: as a danger to thosewho .. .. and re-vitalize '
profit by lies. It often challenges 1 1t ., Day Book Chapter Verses worship our spiritual being. ; -_ .
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,the down(people's American the power prejudices Civil of tyrants.War, and Before cuts*, c :. '' Monday Sunday Acts Psalms 25i; 30-38 1-6 Thoughtfully our forefathers taught us to spend part of )y ::r .: .:':, 'J ,

a man in .
the South wrote a book on the .'.: Tuesday .Genesis 9 s-17 each day In spiritual pursuits. Wisely, they set aside one day : >.;.:.,.. :.:. ;. .:
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I tore, but it did show one thing}I Friday j Isaiah 26 1-4 ,;,,: '. s.:

very clearly: Slavery- was not. Saturday Roman 14, 16-19 The Church provides opportunity for Sunday ,worship i ,'; ... :
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[;the book. welcomed? Was the: .:: and guidance in every-day devotion to God. ,,. -t i ti i,1 ., ; 4- '. '
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:thinker Not at all. In,more than: ... ''..'. 1f .cj_ { It'U{ 'f-.o.:1t, : AU. A .."..; ..:. ;.-".1 '<. .
tone state that book was forbidden I .A.L.L: 'F"-oi: T H C t{1t I. c:l{ /- ;- "';::;;1
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Published Each Week Spo'nsored.by..
and figures in that book showed Being the Following Individuals) and : -
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answer the argument so the man, f- .. .: ; .' ...
i was simply shut.up. In our times' s : :: : ; "" :. > .r. $ :\ < -" ; "r '

l.a prominent American magazine; .. F ; ; ; .. ; : s .
published a long article on socialized ;
medicine In England and; .
Scotland. It showed beyond : )
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'medicine costs a lot of .money., : ) -- MORROW INSURANCE AGENCY 7 .' .

,were But there kept out were of that two facts that? ": '. MADISON DRUG STORE -- !! : '

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healthier than they used. to bet' 'r -
without it. Those two facts are| 'L : THE ENTERPRISE RECORDER.; (;"..
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they seem to be dangerous, so* : .. "Your Friendly Home paper. $3.75 a year, or lOc a Copy .. :-i 1 ,; .. _
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truth surely, ,needs no guardians. .: .,: \ DUNN FURNITURE CO. ." .. ; ; ;,::
Yet Christian truth also' can be, .; WESTERN AUTO STORED. ., :. .- ...:-. .': "" -...<.. : :.- ,1

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stand .for truth need : Inc. > -:-'* When your clothes are.,not becoming to you they should f. < _
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Save Some of That Letter From Alaska Woodard attended the District No. mail
3 Welfare Board meeting in Live it's' ie
TOBACCO MONEY Oak, Wednesday. I p I

Anchorage Alaska, Aug 25 -': .
.. Dear Mr Merchant: Mrs Burch Cornelius and son Bill
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t and earn a ri9 1rif&.that is
r< 2.';;"'-'!: -l!:.:'. ., I still receive the good home paper left during- the week end to join "Mr
.. -' BIG 4 .;, ",":.< ::, j..., .. and it is like a letter from home. Cornelius in Wauchula where he
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0' Of it is two weeks principal of ,the school.
,:. .. } : course old whenI Brunswick (FHTNC) Charles
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':; get it, but it is not thrown away
F Johnson Registered
\ at : the woods a good bit camping and ,chief aviation boat Surveyor
because it is '
a little old. I readit swain's ''mate, USN, son of HenryF
over, lay it away to rest awhile picnicking this summer. Thought I Johnson of 235 Burnett St., Phone HU 3.2372
would get to hello to them; but
say
then pick it up again to be sure Greenville, Fla. has reported for MADISON FLORIDA
f there hasn't been anything missed, they must stay pretty close in. duty at the Glynco Navat -Air Sta- 'JOHN W. WADS WORTH
Well, Mr Merchant if I don't
l ,for it is all new to me. stop tion, Brunswick, Chief Johnson
Of course, I get letters from writing you won't have room for entered the Navy in April 1943.
your news. Just thought I would -x- Mr and :Mrs Van H Priest were
home, but I still don't get all the
I let you all hear from me again, ,Miss Nancy Smith has returned guests of Mr and Mrs Walter L
news like I do when I read the
while I can't, do anything else, but from spending the summer as a Bentley of Springfield, Tennessee at
good' old E-R. Old Madison 'ought lie. around ,to be waited on since I counselor at Camp Accomac, Maine. their cabin on Lake Mitchell near
to grow with all that tobacco sell- Clanton, Alabama for several days
ing going on. I know those who had broke my ankle. I haven't forgottenany Repairs on all small gas last week.
of you good friends and if
tobacco to sell are proud, and I am motors. HOWERTON SUPPLY -x-
:,the good Lord will be with Mrs Joe Bevan was the guest of
for them.
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION me, I will see you again. I I CO., Briggs-Stratton and Me- Miss Jeannette Bevan in Jackson.
Speaking of Alaska, we just ,
are Culloch Sales and Service.
Lydia Hill l vile several days this week.
now having fresh vegetables, suchas

-STOLEN CARS APPREHENDED new potatoes, turnips, beets,

?ot carrots, radishes onions, cucumbersand
05 On Friday night August 18th cabbage and things like we b

Deputy Porter picked: up a 1955 have there in Spring time. Haven'tseen

Ct666 Chevrolet sedan stolen in Grand any yellow squash yet- have 1 tt0fl*
,Rapids, Mich on or about Aug. 11. theg 'een ones here. I don't: like ...

It was driven by a 16-year-old the looks of them too much. We :
wanted in
juvenile on charges .
have to, drive about forty miles to
Grand Rapids and also AWOL 'from ,_
ENROLL NOW IN NFJC i
get any of these good vegetables.
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TYPING CLASS te Army. He was turned over to
Federal authorities and is being They are grown around a town O hBXO

Inquiries have been made at held in Jacksonville.At called Palmer, where there are flaflIOflt

Junior 11:50 a. m. Friday August 25th vegetable ,stands along the high-
'North Florida College con-
cerning a first year typing classto Deputy' Porter apprehended a 1949 .ways. And cabbage. I think the with 24-MONTH .
be given at night in September.The Chevrolet sedan stolen in Miami on largest I have seen yet grown ,here, \oj.

class will be offered if enough ,Tuesday Aug; 22nd driven by Carl- 52 lbs, pretty and green, and Mr / GUARANTEE ;
people make contact with the Regis ton Manard Parkhurst, age 40. He !Merchant you know it wouldn't Xi94\\ ROAD HAZARD .
is in the county jail charged with no .' .
trar's office, stating they would take very many of them that size .. : "
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enroll if it were offered. driver's license and'arrying a to make a family a good mess. 0M
concealed weapon, a 38 revolver, 1\\ \INW\1 1- .
If interested please noyfy the And the fish we have' here, are ,
and awaiting warrants on two or
gives
college as early as possible in "
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made.order that arrangements can be three charges from Miami. here a t year and haven't seen a JI rWii', I IIM 1 k up to : ; '< .
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I I mullet. They say there are trout -
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Mr and Mrs L L Peek have returned -- i yet. There are *plenty of lakes, :
from a vacation trip down Johnny Burnette suffered a severe ,
creeks and rivers, also the sea.Don't LongerMile- .
the state and also a visit in Cross injury to his left hand Friday afternoon \ ,
know why the fish all
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City with Mr Peek's aunt Mrs Jesse at the Burnette Cotton Gin. p -. '
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Chavoux and in Jacksonville with His hand was badly cut when it ,' Exclusive >>
Misses Jennie and Pearl Blanton. was caught in rapidly revolving gin Plenty of water here for it has r' 24 -

saws while cleaning out wet, green .'trained almost all the past month. Not -' Tread Rd MONTH 0 ,
cotton from the machinery. hard like we have.the're; &I haven't Gurutn Y
gives you traction In the
Used Washers heard any thunder since I've been ,

Butch Fisher and Jimmy Stanleyof here. Of course that may come yet. CENTER of the tread where "i

as. low as $5 down and $5 a month Madison and Hughey DeLoach of But it, isn't hot summer weather you need it most! Every new Firctton tirt I* .
Valdosta who recently planned to- here, for we have to turn on heat OUARANTBBO

; 1 MESSER join the. Army, have joined the all along now. Won't be long beforeit 1.Against and defect matenab in workmanship for tb.-
Navy and left Wednesday from life of the original read.
will stay on, for the snow will SIZES LOW PRICED 2.Afainat normal road hazards
Jacksonville for San Diego, fALL
by plane _
BATTERY & TIRE CO. be coming down. Speaking of snow .(except repairable punctures)
California to begin basic training. i there is snow on the mountains tops Just "Charge Itl* or Buy on Easy Payday Terms paettnger arin. for the
nmter of months epecified.
I that hasn't melted from the last Repairs made without chart*, i
/ 2' replacement prorated on tread
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I current at time ol adjustment. j
BUILDING After the rainy days we have [ CUT 1! !
.. CY phss ] around PRICES DRASTICALLY 12
SI, Q QLEl.10 .now we see people walking CHAMPIONS
in their overcoats. So you see it MONTH
Road MauriCoartstM
r is not hot weather here. It is a ,, 12-MONTH i

2 miracle how the ground stays cov- a.o016i ROAD HAZARD ura
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snow and ice, and then when it's MONTH
Jo .7010.77*7.10.1612.77*7.E0.1614.77*/
r gone how the grass weeds and aaa Uztzrt
*Black, Rayon Tub -typ
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it bushes come and grow so fast. NYLON

i' MATERIAL 1" i LocationCyprrst Seems as if all that would Be Y % rmoN
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killed permanently.< But it seems to NYLO

Certain-Teed Asphalt Shingles ____? 5.95 make good soil. 7.50-14 alone '
15 Tear Warranty Per Sq. We don't have pines or oaks .-

4x8x1/4 AD here; no moss at *alL There are WHITEWALLS $3 -
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Plywood sheet $ trees here called Scotch pines that only more;

4x8x a AD Plywood _sheet $ 6.15 look like something between cypress '*S/FSafety-Fortified cord body*Firestone Rubber-X

Disappearing Attic Stairway _____$14.95 and cedar. .. Just "Charge Itl* or Buy on Easy Payday Terms
Well, while I am writing about -
Outside White Paint _______________gal. $3.35 the woods and trees can't help say- :1 AII price plus tax and trade-In tire off your car.

i High Quality: Mildew and Fume Resistant ing something about those ugly, .. ... ",/. ,;> --"""",,-,' 5fi.<1-'z:h".1-: ?>'y.i i e m:...'" ..;,.' .,

1/2 in. Celotex Sheathing ...w per"M $55.00 old moose. Hunting season came in ...
Waterproof the 20th. Maybe those gunmen will '
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Celotex Ceiling Tile _. --...____per M 107.50 thin them out for they don't care .. '-
12x12 or 12x24-Diamond White how many wrecks they cause. If no
other way they just jump out inthe I :

__ PAY CASH AND SAVE CALL CH 2-3760 road ahead of the car.' They ., .
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"t. 9 IF INTERESTED, INAN OWER-COMPLETED. ., ".-, -- :Tiw. ,'fot t Etch: Dy.... ti1*$Whca Fish Bits Best1 .. : ; son of Jacksonville, Fla., a graduateof
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preaching. The
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i4r _,- : '' ''. (,;-3 .;4' [nJErWm'l'THlf\ } 8 l -9 10 week with song services & Wing
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S .to: NO MONEY. DOWN. FINANCING ADJUSi D TO. 8q7'[ ;8:5e, 9:44 19:31. 11:17 12:01 12:45 1:28 :
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HoursWell ing people up town yesterdayfor this afternoon, and we saw tion. People just dodge the Aires, is situated: on the estuaryof \

here the writer: is in contributions on an O' something of the city, thoughof automobiles and buses and they LaPlata river, though some- I.

Buenos Aires, capital of Argentina Higgins monument (we believehe course not all. While it. is just slow up for the people, thing like a hunndred miles or

largest city in South was the first president of winter in Buenos Aires (August .and, with it all, nobody seems more nearer the sea. LaPlata is'i

America and third largest city Chile) and of course "got the here corresponds to February to get hurt. an enormous river, with several t

in the Western Hemisphere writer in on the deal. Not much,i in Charlotte, N. C.), today was !rivers, the Parana, the Uruguay -( We Serve You

..,..... Flying time from Santiago, however, for ,a hundred Chilean warm, sunshiny and pleasant, AUGUST 22nd and others flowing into WITH PLEASURE
near the Pacific Ocean, to pesos is only ten cents U. S. and tonight is only a little,cool. These lines are being writtenin 1 it. In fact, LaPlata is one of the

Buenos Aires near the Atlantic The Chilean escuda is approximately The guide this afternoon said it Montevideo, capital city of three great: river systems of ,Regular Dinners.75c .

was less than three hours, a U. S. dollar, but it :was a little warmer than usual Uruguay, smallest in area of South America, the other two

while getting through the cus- takes a thousand pesos to makean for this time of the year. all the South,American republics '1 being the Orinoco, in Northern and 95c
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: toms and on to the hotel in escuda, The Argentine peso but not the smallest in South America, and the Ama

town took another two hours. figures about a cent and a population. We were braggingon zon, greatest in South America, SERVED EVERYDAY

quarter U. S. money. We Spring Not EvidentThe the Buenos Aires weather a and one of the greatest, if not Also Short Orders

swapped our Chile money in 'burst of spring has not little too early, for while yes- the greatest, in the world.
Over The Snow
for Argentine money before we reached Buenos Aires yet, V ex- terday was an: ideal early Yellow PineRestaurant

left Santiago. Of spring day, today it was rain-
Mountains. coursewe. cept partially. We did see. an
lose something' ry t-me we African magnolia in bloom this ing in Montevideo nearly] all the ,.USED WASHERSGOOD

And what a ride this afternoon swap, because the exchangeman afternoon and some;;of .tlioseearly after- "'m. We made tier plane

We had been above the doesn't work ,for nothing, jasmines, that we have at trip here in a half hour, though SELECTION FOR ORDERS TO GO
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Andes and in them and along but a time or two it has seemed home; and a f w--others. Some the time taken in getting from Supply Company Phone HU 3-9101, MaHison

side of them, but this after- that the take was a little large. .of the eucalyptus trees were the hotel to the airplane station .

noon we went over them, vast ..: blooming, but most of the treesin and out to the airport and -

square miles of snow-covered j S the city were observing win- then the reverse; of this upon S STUMP BROS.V

peaks underneath us on to''Copper Country ter right on. The guide took us arrival at. destination, along ;

the great plains of the Argen- Chile is a great copper 'country through the rose garden, for. with going through the customs .

tine and its big city. being the largest copper which the city is noted, but is considerably, more.... .' V ,
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Welcome Sunshine the United States, in the world, they bloom. We did see, hoW- The Montevideo airport is 306 SOUTH PATTERSON GA. & FLA. DEPOT BLDG

and they have all kinds ,of ever, in the( same park an quite some distance from town,
Sheetrock
This morning we sat in one beautiful copperware on sale in orange tree with ripe fruit on 4 x 8 x 3/8" i orJeet
of'th so we had opportunity to see ..................... $LdD
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of the main squares ( not Santiago. One dining it. some of the country along the

main one) in Santiago and rooms in one of the Santiago i way. One sees a great park of 215 Ib. Roofing shingles, r .
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drank in the sunshine. Now hotels is named the Copper I trees for sq. .: ....... .. .. .. ....... .
eucalyptus, ; named
we know that sounds odd at Room. We understand, however,Abfest Lie Ocean the late President Roosevelt, I 2-: V $-8 x 1-3/8" Mahogany

home, where the sun' is beamS that the copper industry and Buenos Aires ,is a great shortly after leaving the airporti <' Rustf'Door! : ea. ....... ... 4.75, .
*r-- ing down hot; but here, southof the railroads in 'ChiI have recently .' then-other' ..V; .Plywood-4 :
manufacturing arid meat processing trees. and x 8x 1/4" Int., -

the Equator, it is still win- been beset with strikes. center. They raise the calendulas] and other flowerSon SheetPlywood4.-..e.... .-s.. .. .. .. .... .. 2.88
ter, and after ,two lays of the in., ,
cattle and way' We saw several
sheep out here on x 8 3/4" .

cloudy cold in and Lima the and most Synthetic NitrateChile the plains and process the meat orange' trees- with ripe fruit' : on 'sheet ....;.x. ... .. Int... ..,_. 6.90
afternoon
of yesterday in Buenos them and a% grapefruit tree
Aires. We have read or
is natural
also a great ,
before without sunshine in that Argentinians eat more two with ripe fruit, even though Full Thick Insulation,
nitrate of soda country, but the
Santiago, the bright rays 01 meat per capita than any-other.'Montevideo is much further PerM ....:. ... .. .. ..... 5400
glory of former years was
the sun, along with warmer dimmed: by the coming of syn- people. And the Buenos Aires!'i'south of the equator than Mad- 10 lb. &.15 lb. Felt, -

weather, were most appreciated.. thetic nitrate. Some felt we port is a large and busy one.i b ison is north of it. In fact, t Per roll ?r"'I.... .. .... .. .. I.95

--. The city is situated Montevideo is the farthest -Celotex r
do not; know-that what they on the, Sheeting x s'x 1/2",

Wide Avenues considered the high tax levied estuary of the LaPlata river south that, the writer goes The perM.. .. ....... .. .. .... ... 56.00
I and the river looks almost like I city is almost exactly on the Prefinished .
i by the Chilean government on Birch Plywood, t A JA
Santiago has some beautiful- ] the product spurred the search the ocean, it is so wide. thirty-fifth parallel .south, sheet ....... .... .. .... .
avenues. We were on one of further south than Buenos
for a cheaper nitrate, since Prefinished
Mahogany
them, the O'Higgins Avenue, necessity is so often the motherof Just Aires and Beunos Aires is 'sheet.. ..... .. ...Plywood... .J7T 5.60_
r this afternoon on the way to invention. Or, it may have Dodge The Autos i 1:further south than Santiago. Exterior
; the Santiago airport, and it is i House Paint, .
much wider, it seems, than the come any way, just as the The population of Buenos I gallon ..:. ...... .. ...x 3.50
horse and buggy had to give Aires is listed at between three I We saw quite a number of Y
Interior
;_ furniture at home is Latex"Paint.
factory
; ." long, with trees down the way to the automobile, the.and four million, and we do not,.I chinaberry trees coming- to the gallon .: .. .. .. .. .. .." .; o.65
-- mule and wagon to. the truck, doubt it at all. People just hotel, or at least that's what
4' : middle. The flowering peach! or: I I Asphalt Floor Tile :-
typesetting by hand to the throng the sidewalks and out in .
took them to ;
we be, with lastyear's
.'' {.pricot, trees, or whatever they machine, and_ so on, and the, the streets, some of the .streetsl i I berries still hanging on Pc. ......:......... -.... ,::. .09

45 :: are (we asked' flower shop train and the bus and the boat l'jnt filled with! pe-fl* coming I'them. Then there are 'a' great Vinyl Asbestos Floor Tile, M .

; 'l;;t: 'woman but couldn't understand are having to make room forthe and going. And with all of the many sycamores in town, but Pc. ... .... .... ......... 12
her) are already in bloom in '1 I
airplane. people crossing the streets and they not Lighting Fixtures &
have
put Electrical
Santiago and when those other the j i on new Supplies at same low prices
automobiles, we have not Montevideo
yet. has
trees down the avenue come 1 growth .
into leaf or 'bloom within the I'Warm InBA-_ seen one Buenos traffic light. in downtown -]been known as the city of roses, Pay Cash Pay less

''next few weeks, the avenue! These lines ,are .also being, A ir'e saw r but- we::doubt. *- if theyj, *. =are inblooin I
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PAGE FOURTEEN THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER, .3IADISON, FLORIDA:: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1st lt

j ,," ... NOTICE Reed DB 02 Pg 497 or North --

:. Notice is hereby given that Tax Certificates for 1960 Taxes on the 55 ft Lot 10 Session Hill Add. J W Shackelford Est 5.45

;... following described lands will be sold at public auction at 11:00 a. m. Blk C Plant Add Lots No. 19, 20 Sidney & Mary Williams '9.01

-- on the 11th day of September, 1961 at the court house in Madison, Blk C Plant Add Lot No? 2l Charlie Williams ........_......,.._... 4.83:

: County of Madison, State of Florida to pay the amount due for taxes, Blk E Plant Add Lot No. 19 Avera Moore & J Sloan .... 34.10'

', together with all costs of such sale and advertising. Florida Statutes Sec. Blk E Plant Add Lots 6 & '7 K R & Rutha McCreary ._ 9.01

F i. 1935152. Blk F Plant Add Lots. No. 5 & 18 Luther Dempsey 9.01

, Blk G Plant Add Lots No.5 & 6. Luther Dempsey __a 9.01
; : <. f 8 is 7e \t Acre in SE Cor 'of NEU % Blk A Vickers S/D Lot No. 13 Clemia Bradley : 4.83
'-t. k"" of NEU ... John T Peterson, Rt 3 Bx 76 Blk A Vickers S-D Lot No. 16 Clem Bradley & Ernest.McGhee" 4,85
__ .... 3.55 .
;, Greenville, Fla.
27 In 9e 2 Part of S3i of NW% .
Town of Sirmons Lot No. ;11, Blk 5 Est R C Reams Rt 3 Green- Reed DB 62 Pg 367 Robert James .... 5.33

vllle. Fla. __---- 3.05 28 In 9e Part of NEU Reed DB

'7."i!, '. Town of Sirmons Lots No. 12 13,. 81 Pg 40 ._.. ......__. J B Delaughter -_ 5.33
7- < 14, Blk 5 JT A Campbell c-o A L Camp- Blk A Hal Stoy S/D Lot No.4 Buck '& Annie Franklin 19.64
".', _.. bell, Lee, Fla. ................ 5.07
Blk B Hal Stoy SID Lots No. 9
'. 32 Is.7e U Part of NE A of NE%, & 10' Letha M Brown 9.51

'" Recd' DB 92 Pg 19 Bertha Alexander & Ida'Smith Blk F Hal Stoy S/D Lot No. 4 John Miller _.......................... 4.83
.. Rt.' 1 Box 5 Pinetta, Fla 3.55 Blk H Hal Stoy S/D Lot No. 5 Louis Robinson ...... 4.83Bik :0.Cvar' : : ;: vwitii:+wi + + r
34 Is 7e 1 Part of NWU of SE'A H Hal Stoy S/D Lot No. 15 Est. Mec Thomas 4.83
.. Reed DB 67 Pg 16 & DB 88 Pg 403 Julia Ann Lott Rt 1 Greenville, Blk 2 J L& W L S/D
.3.5 tTooke Our advice to drivers is free too!
: Lots No. 7 i..t_ Milton'Bellr 5.33 ,
S4 Is 7e 2 Part of SEU of SE% ; -
Blk 2JL &- W L Tooke S/D -. ..
J'. ." Reed DB 74 Pg 374 ._....-_... Wade Hampton'Rt. Greenville, t Lot No. 8 Annie &- .LeonFra.nk1iri* r' 31.60 .: It pays a driver to listen to good advice-even when It"i

.' Fla.' : 3.93 Blk 6 ,J L & W L Tooke SID > '" ,. -T ?! ... eomes from the back seat. We think you may: profit from.
2 2s 7e 40 NWU of SWU t Est. l tewis Houston- : c-o'Earnest' Lot No. 9 Peter --Buggs:, H .. 513 our advice about car insurance. How.much and what kind

:' .- Houston. Rt 1 Greenville': : Blk 2 East Madison S/D Lot No.. 4Blk Est R'L''C1 ancey -..-_._...' .. 445: you need for adequate protection against the risks of
Fla. I : ; *18.36 .... .. ... .. -
\ 9 East Madison S/D Lots No. -, .y t- E- ... driving. No obligation, of cow'ae".
\ 25 Is 8e 40 NEU of NEU -- J A Cruce -.._ 17.36 4 & 13 -." ; '_'. Annie C Holmes _-. 5.71Bik .
-' 27 Is 8e 160 W% of NE%, SEU 15 East Madison S/D Lots

I of NW%, & SEU of NEIL J A Cruce _.___ 58.90 No. 7 & 8 _".___ ... Oscar Kelly 5.71 Morrow Insurance Agency ,
29 Is 8e 320 SE%, W% of .SW% Mill Town 'SID Part of Lot No. S S

& E% of 'SWU J A? Cruce .... ..- 122.74 13 Reed DB 90 Pg 232 _._._ d\ Mildred Herring .. .-- S.75 108 West Pinckey St. Madison. Fla. .

32 Is 8e 155 All North of Ste' # .-. Blk A Vickers,SID Lot No. 2 .-. Martha McDaniel _______ 4.45 R tintheuaTot+ P fir ti'Cota
l roadof, W% f.J A,Cruce')P 0 Box" -4697 Jacksonville Blfc A Vickers S/D Lot No.'8'.... Martha McDaniel _.. 4.45 I 1
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'Fla. .. 66.25 '
BIk B Vickers S-'D: Lot No. 35'Blk George Thorrtpso.1 & Pearly

5 Is 9e 280 NWU of SEU, SWU ..J' _.,' __,. ;: White v........_' ..-.w .__ 4.95 HOW TO TREATPERSPIRATION
E% of NWU --:"-.. J A Cruce ___. 118.18 B Vickers SiD Lot No.. 26 Eddie Anderson ___._:.... 4.45 : STAINS I Guaranteed Davis tires
6 Is 9e. 332 S%, & all So of : ,. ,
Blk D Vickers S/D' Lot No. 29 Ocie & Loria Edwards _- 4.45
Madison & Moseley Hall Pub Blk D Vickers SID Lot No. 2 Margaret Moore _-.:. 4.45 6.70 15 low

: Rd of W% of NWU J A Cruce _'___ '139.59 Blk D Vickers S/D Lot No. 3 Martha Mitchel ...... ._-.=- 4.45 By Almon Zipperer. H. D. Agent x as as
7 Is 9e 640 All of -..-- J 4. Cruce _. 268.16Willie" "
Blk D Hal Stoy S/D Lots 'No. 11 'i Many warm weather dress styles

24 Is 9e 30 E% of NWU of S- & 12 _.____..___ Sam & Argatha Tooke __. :', 7.23 are not cut, to be worn with dress $9.98 plus tax and re-
W% of NEU ,
& Wof ,
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of SEU _.....: R Hamilton :Madison, '
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Blk SiD .
Magnolia Heights Lot _' colored
discoloration
of clothing tire.
.... -" Fla. ___..__ 14.70 No. II __....___......... Leroy & Victoria Robinson 4:19 sometimes result. QMWESTERN
11 Is lOe 3 3 acres in SE Cor ..... I
28 In 9e Part of -W% of SEU a 1; 'f" Manytimes these stains can be
of NEU of SEU ...--- ,Serena M Buckardt. 8424 Minnesota Reed DB 64 Pg 528 __L.... Abe Gallon J--_____-.:.._ :4.95 removed with ordinary washing or AUTO
._. 335
Ave St Louis 11, Mo
McKenney Add Lots No. 11 ,& ,12 John Tompkins. __ .;.._ 6.62 dry cleaning.. But you must act
: of NEU &
10 Sof In 6e 116 SWU SWU less 4 acres,on McKenney Add. Lots No. 6 & 7 John Brailey. : L .. .. 6.62 quickly. The fresher the stain, the Reddick and
Blk 10 J LV L Tooke S/D Lot -
_....... ._____ 1/9 better are your chances for children Walt Beth and Franklinof
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side : Est. Jeff Washington ex removing
E No.7 _.._.....:....___________ Hal & Ealey J Henderson, et al 17.86 -
it. Newnan
RR 2 Box 40 Greenville, Fla. Ga were guests of Mr
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Blk 10 J L & W ;
L Tooke S/D Lot -
These stains are a real problemon and Mrs T' J Beggs Jr a few
c-o B Washington 40.65 No. 8 _..._._..____....._.___ Meek Thomas, est .._.. 4.95 days
21 In Ge 40 SEU of SEU -- 0 B Evans, RR Greenville, Fla 17.36 17 2n 9e 3 Part of SEU of SEU garments made from fabrics that this week.
Sof SWU- & SO are not tested for color fastness. =x-
22 In 6e 100 Reed DB 51 Pg 345 ____ __ Austin Jenkins ..._........w.--" 3.05 _
20 acres of N% of SWU '-.- 0 B Evans RR Greenville' Fla. 42.95 28 2n 9e 1 1 -They can be stubborn on cottons Mrs Alex Johnson of Monticellowas
.acre in NE Cor,
2 3n 6e 60 SWU of NWU, & NEU of NWU of, Reed DB ..' and linens, too. Pressing- dress the week end guest of her
SEU of NWU J & Lawrence Evans, Est that is even slightly stained set niece Mrs Julian
Wof -- W may Bentley and Mr
64 Pg 429 _._._______ Ernest Alexander et al 3.55
Box 32 c-o James D Evans the stain and cause more discolora- Bentley.
I 5 2n 10e 3 2-3 part of NWU of '

Greenville, Fla.. 27.22 NEU Reed DB 51 Pg 429 ..._ Arlene. Alexander. _..__ -:' 5.33 tion.Body
27 In Ge 100 N'4 of NWU & / perspiration is usually"acid..
52rt lOe 74% W1
EVs of SEU of NWU ..--... 0 Evans RR Greenville, Fla 42.95 except 5% acres to of St NWU Rd _, D T Washington .,-32.30 First try washing the stain thoroughly ; STOCK CAR RACES

28 In 6e Part of Eof SEU 6,2n lOe % % acre hi SW Cor'of in warm water,'rubbing soap or

reed DB 66 Pg -296" _JL _- Mrs Rebecca Norwood Green-. -NEof SEU, ?.,:._.._..._ : Est C-J'Wolfe ____....:.: 9.51 'synthetic: detergent well into it. If AT THE
'* ville, Fla .................._._.... 3.17 3n 7e 30 30 acres on North side there is any sign of discoloration,

'. 16 In 7e % Part of SWU- of SW -of Lot 179 ,Reed DB '56 Pg 231V H King ... t. .____ '_ 12.55No try sponging a fresh stain with a THUNDERBOWLSPEEDWAY\
U recd DB 73, Pg 272 Aaron Siplin RR Greenville,Fla' 3.43 little ammonia ,and water solution.
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16 In 7e Lot 37, City View Heights DOCKED: ,.6414-EU; | posed new rate schedules will result For an older stain use a solution of

less 72 by 210 Ft on No side Janie Miller Bx 524 Greenville, FLORIDA RAILROAD, AND. in a' revenue reduction of vinegar and water. Color may be

\ Fla. ....... 6.21 PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSIONS Florida Power Corporation"of ap restored in some instances ,Rinse
20 In 7e Part of NWU Reed DB ; 'to thoroughly.
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86 Pg 364 .....:: .- 'Fred; & Grace ,Porter, Green- prox m t specific Yellow
FLORIDA
POWER perspiration stains
CORPORATION modernization on
A effect of the proposed Every Saturday NightWeather
43.45
a .vill.. Fla. .. ,ST. PETERSBURG-FLORIDA 1 and revision "on various white material will sometimes
ofSWUvOfSEU "
t 20 In 7e 1 1-5 Part | ,
X and : lassiflcations' of service, different vanish when bleached in the sun
Reed DB 51'.Pgv3762L--'1t' Permitting
I / Willie Lee Cowart Gen Del ALL OTHER INTERESTED. rate blocks and bills 'of individual after washing "with soap and: water.
For a stubborn stain bleach. FIRST RACE 8:00 P.
a M.
Greenville, Fla _._ 28.25 PARTIES i s: customers must be obtained by a try
For a fresh stain on a ncnw sh.
20 In 7e 2 Begin at SE cor of of the proposed rate schestudy Admission $1.50
able fabric, dampen the stain
NOTICE aidhold
is hereby given that
SWU of NE& run Ea 6 Chs, proposed rate
dules, etc.- Copies ,of Children Under 12 50c
it for a few minutes the
SO 3 Chs & 18 ft to start point the Florida Railroad and Public over
char
schedules, billing adjustments, fumes from Children Under 5 FREE
Run SO 7 Chs & 15 ft, Ea 8 U ....', '.. -0 _"' -; Ir.-r. .,: : Utilities ,Commission ,will hold two a bottle of ammonia I '
< available
Chs, No. 4 Chs, W 20 Deg No. ..... .\ "/ i':: ,:; ,' : ((2) public hearings on' the ,Petition, ges and rate base are for I water. For stains that have been 'LOCATION
review by the public during regular -. allowed to set, sponge with a solution -
8 Cbs except 2% acres -. Fred'James, P O Box 562 Green as amended, of Florida Power I j
ville, Fla. ,'., c..._..'*-9.35e Corporation for authority to modernize business hours at the General of white. vinegar and wa'er.. Turn left 5 miles -north of Valdostaat

20 In 7 Part of UEtt of SEU and Offices of Florida Power Corpor- Mineola, take right turn for
simplify, modernization
reed DB 28 Pg 284 -. .....L Fred James POBox 562, Greenville through ation 101 Fifth Street South St. Several .top quality' refrigerators 4 miles to the
revision and
Fla .. : 28.25' 'adjustment, Petersburg,' Florida,: and- at theCommission's and ranges; used. only a I
Lot No. 10 its rate structures, rates, rate schedules
S/D
Blk A Highway
office in Tallahassee,
Reed DB 34 Pg 66 M ....-.. Susie Randolph, et al ..._ 17.85 billing adjustments,- rate Florida. few months, at a good discount. Ttimderbowl Speedway

Blk C Lakeview S/D Lots No. 11 C F & Grace Porter' ___ 19.64 base and rate of return governingthe HOWERTON SUPPLY CO.

21 In 7e Leggett S/D Lots: No. .. .' rates for electric service, presently By DIRECI"IQN.f.. Chairman --

10 & 11 C F, & Grace Porter".. 59.67 in. effect and on file with Wilbur eKing' Commissioner '
Blk 20 Town of Greenville' Lot '.' \ : >'! !..... this Commission. This proceedingwas Jerry W Carter. "- and- ,.' Commissioner,

No. 12 _______:..__ Matilda Fergirson 11.75 Edwin L Mason, as and constitutingthe
initiated as a result of investigations -
Blk 31 Town of Greenville Lots Florida Railroad and Public In ValdostaThe

No. 27, 28, 29, 30 ____ Rosa James 34.59 and conferences between JJtilities Commission this 24th day
Lots"No. Petitioner and the Commission anda
Blk 32 Town of Greenville I of August, 1961.
28, 29, 30 __. Pearl Anderson 8.00 determination that a thorough re- Bolling C Stanley .
Blk 32 Town of Greenville Lot view and revision should be madeof Executive Secretary

No. 27 __ ------ 0 B Evans 3.43 Petitioner's rate structures and
Blk 33 Town of Greenville Lots rate schedules. 52-2tch Place To Shop IsCastle

No. 13, 14, 15 .::t.',.,.;- .J Vickers ,;Est .-. 8.00 The first' Swill
hearing commenceat
Blk 34,Town of Greenville; Lots_ r j :. *jf No. 18, 19, 20,, 21 Clarence" ,Bellamy __ 26.22 9:30 A11, Tuesday October10,
c Blk 35 Town of Greenville Lots 1961, in the Assembly Room on

I No. 1, 2, 22, 23 __ Selena Talton, est 34.59 the Third Floor of the St Peters- Newspaper advertis-

Blk 36 Town of Greenville All of, Clarence Bellamy 13.20 burg City Hall in St Petersburg, Park

Blk 40 Town of Greenville, Florida and shall continue from ing can help you make

Lits No. 24 & 25 Freddie Lee Brutton. -S -=.:,_. 5.71 day to day thereafter as deter-I.
F 1 Town of Greenville Lots .
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mined by the Commission. This well have
'! No. 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, money as as
'<< .. 20,' 21, 22 = J Vickers"est 20.64 first hearing will be for the sole The Modern Shopping Center
Blk 43 Town of Greenville Lot No. purpose of receiving the direct fun in business.

16 .......... -....... i'Blk Mitchell & Janie Young 4.95 I testimony and exhibits of the .
49 Town of Greenville Lots electric company. Cross examination

No. 15, 16 _..-_-_.. j Vickers, est. ..._. .-._.__ 5.71 will not be permitted at this hear- Call HO 3-6361
Blk 49 Town of Greenville Lots' Free
ing nor will opposing parties be
No. 10 & 11 ..__:..:1_ Joe A Potts 5.71. allowed to testify. However, a 2nd ,LEAVE .FOR TEXASMr ParkingVisit
Blk 49 Town of Greenville Lot No. 5 Lucille Seabrooks 2.9:3: hearing will also be held and is
Blk 50 Town of Greenville Lot and
hereby set to commence at 930a and: Mrs Ashley Beggs
No. 30 Mitchell & Janie Young 4.9c: Appie and Kyle left Tuesdayfor ,
.. m, Tuesday, December 5, 1961, in sons
{ Elk 51 Town of Greenville Lot Dallas, Texas where Mr Bergs
'No. 14 Abraham Roberts & Hester Ross 4.95 5; the Assembly Room on the Third will take a course at Gupton-Jones These Friendly Stores
:
.... : Blk 51 Town of Greenville Lots Floor of the Petersburg City Hall Institute- o'f Embalming. They will

; No. 15, 16, less road J Vickers, est 5.71 l in St Petersburg, Florida at which be away about a year.

_. Ink B Southern Sawmill S/D LotS hearing cross examination of the ".

--., No. 2 J H Hodge 4.9 electric company's witnesses will Mr and Mrs Dan Griffin left yesterday CASTLE PARK VARIETY STORE
: 14 2n 7e 80 NWU of SE',2, &
.. take place. Also, at said second for Arnold's Park Iowa to
'S SEU of NWU J R Cobb 34.5 9!
F hearing, the Commission's Staff and Griffin's mother Mrs
15 2n 7e 40 NEU of NWU Eva WilsonHarold 18.3(6all visit Mrs
i 33 2n 7e 25 West 25 acres of other interested parties will I Bertha Mansmith. While away they CASTLE PARK PHARMACY

'. SWU of NE 14 M Williams 11.71:5 be given an opportunity to present will attend the marriage of Mrs

l S .31k 1 Fraleigh Smith S/D Lot such relevant testimony and exhibitS Griffin's nephew Ronald Mansmithin

: No. 3 Est. Liza Hall 1-7 __ _:. 26.2 as they may desire. In the FuWa, Minn. !
TALBOTT PAINT &
WALLPAPER
-x- CO.
Blk 13 Fraleigh-Smith S/D SU event evidence is offered. athls _
and
of Lots No. 1 & 2 w, ... _... Theodore Warren._.. 42.9:! second hearing, the electric-"*,company Mr and Mrs Gordon Ashley ,
? r Theo and Don have
children Panda, ,
Fraleigh-Smith- S/D Lot : T
i tllk No.8'i Est. AnnaO -;Jatimer 30.41 may crOss examine+ 'J and:lpffe rJ ret nWi from -spending their: vacation : :
Hearing :1IV! Lu.RUE S' ;., < -
Pope-S/D Lots No. 129 & -130 '> "n '&>Dorothy Jackson:". 67.5:)'.. rebuttal evidence at thesame> .at-; Daytona: Beach. : _. ; \:.: .

I Moseley Add Part ..of Lot No. 5 or apply at that time for a fur-! TrpWHITE TOP- DRIVE '

-Reed DB 33 Pg 221 __ Willie Williams _::' ;j 1\6! other hearing. '
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27 In 9e Part of NWU of NWU It is alleged in the Petition, as,|IN S REGULAR.IEALc;. GREEN.. TURTLE[. RESTAURANT :

amended, that adoption of the' pro they're delicious, friend.

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER' 1st, 1961 THE F ITERPRLSE-RECORDER, MADISON, FLORIDA PAGE FIFTEEN ."

..-- -. TO ALL. VETERANS ".- "'-.: E 4x
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a PROTECTIVE s:::; :... i\

The State Service Officer, "Florida -

CLASSIFIED ADS FASHION Department of Veterans Affairs, 1
has authorized all County Service

Officers to make the following an- "

For* JcLte 5t fayed nouncement: Ample funds are now

f available_ f_ direct loans to veterans .
; ,from fee office of the Veterans

.. Administration Loan Guaranty Officer -

FOR SALE: 1954 Buick Super 4- POBox 505, Post Office .
Davis Jr.
W. B. door. All power, new tires good Building, JacksonVille Florida. x
condition. $475 cash or trade on "'
There is
now no ,, waiting list and
REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE: good truck.: MRS PATTERSONHU the maximum loan is limited to
ACREAGE FARMS 3-9101 Madison.
$15,000.00. Veterans should make

BUSINESS RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL FOR RENT: Two bedroom upstairs application by letter to' the Loan

ESTATES APPRAISALS apartment unfurnished. Good Guaranty Officer who will send "

ABSTRACTS OF TITLE neighbors good location. Phone 4I 1 them the necessary application
1t
MRS KIRBY REICHMAN, HU
TITLE INSURANCE t forms. The County Service Officer
3-6371 or HU 3-6262, Madison: -, ,', "
112 West Base Street 51-tfch will be glad to assist any veteransin "

' MADISON. FLORIDA completing such. forms.- ,
Phone "HU S-6277 HOUSE for rent. CTMcWILLIAMS, I #
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Phone HU 3-6275 or HU 36552. .
.
For Sale ,{( -- 50-tf-ch JOIN .THE. .4-H f',.cLUB r .

FOR RENT: Two. bedroom house. :Stylish "The 4HClub- offers many,.very I

Benjamin Davis 3-bedroom, 2-bath Call HOWARD STUDSTILL, HU worthwhile ,opportunities' to boys ii

house close In; 4%% mtge. 3-6106 office, or home HU 36630. Peimanent'Practical .... and girls 10 to 21 years of age,"
Graham Wheeler 3-bedroom
The 49-tf-ch
says Associate County Agent Harvey _
house, corner lot.
Two new 3-bedroom houses in FOR RENT: two furnished apart- j..: l' Paulk. "Inihe 4-H Youget BACK TO SCHOOL
1. valuble ,
trainingfrainiDg in leader-
Hancock Terrace; small down pay ments; one 2-bedroom upstairsand -

ment. one 1-bedroom downstairs -ALUMINUM. AWNINGS. '.. ship, training ui projectyZork.,, and Remember ,your first day of school? Probably not(
Several farms for sale. ADULTS ONLY. MRS'E F DICK- PATIOS >: ':' training for good citizenship." Also, but we should remember school zones, says Carol Lane,
Don't worry a lot-Buy ONE in INSON, HU 32396. 1-tf-ch the 4-H offers of ,
program plenty Oil
e. CARPORTS t ., women's travel director of Shell Company and sponsor
In Livingston Spring Acres. : : time for good,* wholesome' fun. ,
of the National Safety Council's Carol Lane Awards for
FOR RENT: Downstairs furnished ,BOATPORTS ,.. .
L. Recreation at summer camps,
apartment. Private bath, shower Traffic Safety.
BroadusREALTOR and entrance. MRS M L WALKER S MARQUEES outings, parties, and various trips Over 1,000,000 Florida school children will ,be depend-

115 Dade cor. Horry Sts. CABANAS gives 4-H Club members. an oppor- ing on your caution to protect their safety.
i Madison Phone HU 3-6243 Madison. 1-lt-ch TRAILER CANOPIESFor tunity to have fun and meet other
3-6481, S
Phone HU young people. Mr and Mrs Gene Clark and sons

FOR RENT: Two-bedroom dwelling Free Estimates, Call CollectCH "It is a requirement of 4-H Club Garden CirclesThe Tommy, Jimmy and Billy of De-
house: Plenty shelving; clean. Call 4-0461 GA. Funiak Springs, spent the week
: VALDOSTA work that each member take at
Garden Club Circles will meet
HU 3-6378. l-2t-ch end here with his parents, Mr and
least one project;: Paulk says. on Thursday Sept. 7th in the following -
H. C. WILKINSON] Mrs Tom Clark.
FEMALE HELP WANTED "However, 4-H members have a homes at 10:00 a. m.
.
WOMAN WHO CAN DRIVE wide variety projects from which Azalea Mrs F E Naughton. .
List your farm and city property [f you would enjoy working. 3 or 4 2100 Bemis Rd, Valdosta. Ga. they may choose and which they Camellia Mrs S K Wiatt. Briggs Stratton Parts &
with us for nationwide advertising. hours a day calling regularly each Curb Service for those Dogwood Mrs James Hardee.Mr .
will enjoy. These from dairy-
Ko charge for listing. month on a Studio Girl .range
group of famous HOT DOGS and HAMBURGERS Service
Cosmetic clients on a route to be ing, beef steer;., swine, field crops,

Bob & Beanie Searcy established in and around Madison, at WHITE TOP traejtor care, safety, electricity, to I and Mrs Joe Cantey were re-
-
and are willing to make light deliveries DRIVE-IN, 3-11 P.; M. cooking sewing} home beautification cent week end visitors at Jacksonville McWILUAMS GARAGE

RT.mil, BOX l3O-A etc., write to STUDIO GIRLCOSMmCS and others. In each project, Beach.

MADISON, FLA. Dept. AUW-9, Glendale I the members learn by doing skills

PHONE HU 3-6487 California. Route will pay up which they can put to use immedi-
to, $5.00 per hour. 51-3t-ch G1RARDIN JEWELERS Madison Gas.Co. Madison Gas Co.
i ately, as well as in- later life. .

For Sale WANTED: Young man to learn Learning to accept responsibilityis
FOR THE GRADUATE OR BRIDE
one of the most valuable experi-
printing business. The Enterprise-
5000 used 8" x 8" x 16" con- SILVER CHINA CRYSTAL
Recorder. ences a 4-H member can receive ===
crete blocks. JEWELRY O
DIAMONDS
"
370 used asphalt tile. from project work. =
squares WANTED: Office Clerk. Apply in EXPERT REPAIRING ,
21 used restaurant 2 compartmentsinks Members have the opportunity to Cdr
.
I HILLCREST .... -
stainless steel & galvanized. own handwriting NATIONAL give demonstrations, to hold office -_: CI)
FARMS, Box 689 Madison: Fla.1ltch. .. .' =
-. :-
2 60" coolalr fans,. like new. to serve as junior leaders helping c;.::) .. : =
3 36" and 5 48" attic fans.. 'II BRIDAL younger boys and girls with project : ,; -... '

3 500 gallon steel, tanks. UNEXPECTED CHANGE IN SERVICEA work and with the 4-H program. = .:" 30 GALLON KEE. '
2000 good doors, priced from THIS AREA MEANS OPPORTUNITY -I These activities githe 4-H mem- C ,, I:>>
'$2.00 up.Used FOR A $150.00 PER WEEK I good selection of : '.. -- Gas Water Heater rn"
of
& bers a greater sense respOnsibili- ,
plumbing fixtures, pipe MAN, OR $75.00 PER WEEK Sterling & plated Holloware _
fittings. LADY TO SERVICE ESTABLISHED by finest manufacturers ty and develop poise and self con- ': Glass Lined, 10-yr Warranty
lead. :: fidence and the ability to' work .
3000 lbs plumber's WATKINS CUSTOMERS IN THIS choose from
Many gifts to '
Used building materialsanythingand LOCALITY MAYBE YOU CAN with others. .; ,- ..>t ,
everything. Q.UALIFY.VRITE: WATKINS, 303 No. Patterson Parents who have boys and girls I ..; $ '--' -:" -

YOU NAME IT-WE'VE GOT IT I 659 W. P'TREE ST., N. E.. ATLANTA VALDOSTA: GA. of proper age who are not membersof ,: : : 5t95 f. :' ':!>. THARDWICK
8, GEORGIA. 51-3t-ch "
i 4-H will make a valuable invest- : .

South Georgia Fence & HOT MIXED ASPHALT PAVINGWe ment for the present and future of '
r -
pave drives, parking areas, the young people byencouraging

Construction Co. streets, etc. Top quality. Fair Georgia /' them to enroll in a local 4-H Club. '

prices WAINER' BROS., Inc., Ph All information about 4-H can be I = Gas Range .$149.50 3c

411 E. Savannah Ave CH 2.4011,1 S. Fry St, Valdosta, PLATE GLASSd obtained from the offices of the :..;) .
with two .
Phone CH 2-8081 Ga. 45-tf-ch Agent and Home ... Completely installed, :
County en lOQ-lb gas cylinders y
VALDOSTA, Demon-I.
GEORGIA504tch FURNITURE made like new. For Company e stration Agent located
-best quality reupholstering, see GLASS Madison County Agricultural ) : $19.99 down:, $1.05 i mo. i

Your SALEb will go in orbit if Southland Furniture Co., Valdosta, GLASS BLOCK ter. ,
=
Ga. MRS. C. M. PLANT :Madison
you use E-R 4.pac
BEFORE SELLING your timber graduate will enter the Universityof -
or timber land please see me. We LIVE STOCK AUCTIONSell Florida Law School this Fall.x 1; HU 3-2226 .Madison, Fla. n': '
cattle and hogs in our
in your O
also interested buying a I
are
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auction each Monday. Sales start at -=:; J V "Red" Cason Charles Welisbfrs. *"
limited amount of pine-hardwood T. M. HOWERTON Rev and Mrs James
STOCK JR Browning of ,
1:00. MONTICELLO
pulpwood delivered by truck to I Louisville Kentucky arrived Dorothy Medders R. 1L 'Bob' Dye
the
YARD Inc., Monticello, Fla.
,
Foley, Fla., or loaded on R R cars.See
past week on a visit with Mr Brown-
Registered Angus bulls for sale % CONSULTING FORESTER
write. or P. callL. GIBSON at all times. -D TIMBER MARKETINGS. ing's Browning.parents, Mr and Mrs Edwin B. Madison Gas Co. MADISON GAS CO.

Rt 3, Madison Florida Clean carpets with our carpet Duval Street
Phone Cherry Lake 8363 oftJiue Ph. HU 3-6681, .Madison
: Shampooer FREE, with purchase
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Luster snampoo. MAC'S
FOR SALK: Plenty of live fish FURNITURE: & APPLIANCES.

bait, shiners, minnows, pond worms, I
blue wigglers, crickets, sand maggots -:BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY: For ,; J.D.cruggs NEXT ISSUE

tackle, and a good brand of saleCoinoperated laundry with FORESTER
guaranteed fishing poles, plus a Westinghouse washers ard 6 REGISTERED SURVEYOR ; ,
complete line of Bogie baits. dryers located at Setzer's Shop- Ph. HU 3-61S6
Rowell's Bait and Tackle Centeris ping Centerall equipment in very J;
MADISON FLA. TELEPHONE DIRECTORY
now air-conditioned to assure good condition excellent return :

you of more lively live bait: Also on investment reasonable .,.
we give 24-hr service to anyone, terms write REG, P 0 Box 754 Will do Alterations Men's and IT 'f
223-0876 Tallahassee. Boys pants cuffed. Zippers and .' "
seven days a week. We have THETHING or phone ; .
48-tf-ch Hems put in. Cafe curtains made,
ROWELL'S! BAIT & TACKLE and general sewing. MRS DUR- GOING TO PRESS SEPTEMBER 15th. -

CENTER, across from SAL Depot, EXPERT REPAIR WARD SMITH, HU 36156. _

Madison. 41-tf-ch 50-2t-pd y"'
-
FOR SALE: Looking for a 'good SMALL ENGINES (FEDERAL LAND BANKFarm '

business of your own? Be your ;New listings and Changes may be arranged '
Rowell
own boss. The well known Timber Ranch Loans .
Bleach Route is now for sale, due SALES & SERVICE -

ROWELL to retirement.across Contact from MRS the D SAL E Long THE Terms REPRESENTATIVE- Low InterestSEE AT for inclusion in.the new issue, before this 'date.,

Railroad Depot, ?Madison. 50-tf-ch Co. THE :MADISON COURT HOUSE .
Howerton -
I Supply EVERY TUESDAY MORNING. I
ANGUS BULLS
FIVE FOR PUREBRED SALE: From 3 months to 18 MADISON, FLA. FOR >i PLEASE CALL OR VISIT OUR BUSINESS- '

months old. Priced from $150. PEST CONTROL SERVICE ,,_ .

Contact R C DICKINSON, CALL <
up.Phone HU 3-2517. 49-tf-ch I LAWNS MOWEDCall BURKEEXTERMINATING .; OFFICE IF WE CAN ASSIST YOU. ,-

FOR SALE: Two long wheel base Duane West, Phone HU 3-6762 CO.

Chevrolet pickup truck bodies, one 42-tf-ch PHONE FLA. .

Fleetside, one regular. Brand new. HOUSEKEEPER Wanted In Jacksonville NOTICY' \ '
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Will sell at discount from factory
price. DUNN FURNITURE CO, Fla. Room, board and Southeastern Telephone Co.
Must
50-lt-ch $15.00 per week. 3 adults. .
Madison love dogs. Reply to: MRS R E
BEEF CATTLE FOR SALE: Black KENNEDY, P. O Box 9554. Jack- The Reliable Cleaners will be

Angus bulls 18 mo. & younger. sonville 8, .Fla. 52-3t-pd changing" Management thirty days Madison Florida Dial HU 3-2211-
sensibly priced.A from 'the date of this publication.All ,
Registered stock -
r W ALLEGA % mile East of WANTED: A corn ,elevator Call or clothes will be sold after then.

Lee on US 90, Phone HU 3-6174 write H B HOWARD, Quitman SARAH. J BROWN Manager .
Ga. Phone 3034. 52-2t-pd
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PAGE SIXTEEN_" THE ENTERPRISE .RECORDERS MADISON, FLORIDA FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1st 1961

-,.-.- THEWEST MADISON,- SEVENTH-DAY- ADVENTISTCHURCH WMAF SCHEDULE .. COUNTER TOPS, .\ __ __,,_ ,_- -_._- -, u _, _
-
METHODIST ; CHARGE G-E APPLIANCES- .
> Services every Saturday at'Madison "You will I Ir
\\i American Legion Hall. KITCHEN CABINETS get my

REV. C. B. DAVIS, Pastor Sabbath School begins 2 p. m. WEEK DAYS _

CHERRY LAKE CHURCH ; Church Service at 3 p. m. 6:01 6:00 GOOD SIGN ON NEWS I" ; personal attention

FIRST AND 'THIRD SUNDAYS E. C. WILLIS S. S. Supt. 6:10 WORLD & STATE NEWS _sovt. ovvu sf L4 S ____

Sunday School .._....._.. 10:00 A. M. HAROLD YATES,- Pastor Tele 6:15 .FLORIDA FARM HOUR and best service

Worship Service 7:30 P. M. phone HU 36517. 6:40 RUDY HAMRICK COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS ___

SECOND & FOURTH SUNDAYS Everyone Welcome .* AGENT (MON. WED., FRI- Florida' Statutes L -

Sunday School ;- 10:00 A. M.. MADISON CHURCH OP CHRIST DAY) IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY available when! you

Worship Service ___ n:00 A: M.! 701' South''Range 6:50 WORLD NEWS JUDGE, MADISON COUNTY FLORIDA : : x

Family Night, Friday before First Sunday Bible, Study 10:00'A.. M. 6:55 STATE NEWS i IN ,PROBATE. ..1 ____

Sunday each month at 7:30 P. :M. :Lord's Supper and ':00 COFFEE TIME In re: Estate of Lou Ieggett, De-- *. _ fi a drive into Arnie '_

Thomas Suries Church School Supt. Edification ..._._ 11:00 A. M. 7:25 MORNING SPORTS SHOW ceased. ____
Sunday-Evening Service 7:00 P: :M. 7:32 COFFEE TIMR' TO ALL CREDITORS, AND PERSONS
American
I ROCKY SPRINGS CHURCH Wednesday Evening 7:40 REPORT FROM TALLAHASSEE HAVING CLAIMS; OR DE- Medders

i FIRST AND THIRD SUNDAYS Services 8:00.: P. M. (TOES THROUGHSAT. MANDS AGAINST:SAID ESTATE;: ;

Sunday School ......_ 1000 A, M. .) You and each of you. are hereby
Worship Service 11:00 A. M. MOSELEY HALL BAPTIST 7:45 WORLD NEWS' notified and -required to presentany Service Station in _

SECOND & FOURTH SUNDAYS CHURCH 7:50 STATE NEWS :claims and demands' which you: ,

Worship Service _, ,,.... 9:30 A. M. 7:55 WEATHER'' NEWS. or either .of you,, may ''have against' Madison. ARNIE. School 10:30 A. M. Pastor v- Rev. Jack 'Lamb 8:00 COFFEE: TIME the estate of Lou' Leggett deceased % g
Sunday ChahTnan' of Deacons Mr SR'Sapp 9:00 MORNING DEVOTIONS |ate of said County, to the

Family Night, Friday after Second Pralning Union' -Director 9:15 SWEET MUSIC TIME County Judge c! Madison'. County*,

Sunday each month at 7:00 'P. M. Sidney MoonS. 9:30 MARY BLAINE TIME Florida *at his 'office In the Courthouse L1 1

P. K. Rowell. Church .School Supt. S. Supt ._._..-- Mrs S R Sapp 9:45 MUSICAL INTERLUDE I of said County at Madison, : __ __

Claude Ducal, Charge Lay Leader training Union Associate.Director ,. 10:00 MUSIC-UNLIMITED Florida, within .six., calendar

SHILOH CHURCH T'. ._. .Leroy Cruce 11:15 PUBLIC SERVICE PRO- months from the time, of the I first
FIRST AND THIRD SUNDAYS Song Leader Miss Merle Bass GRAM publication of this notice. Each;
Pianist ,_ Mrs Juanita Cruce : -
1.1:30RECORD SESSION claim demand writ-
shall bein
Worship Service 9:30 A. M. or
Sunday School 10:00 a.in.Morning 11: (SOCIAL SECURITY PROGRAM 6f
Sunday School __ 10:30 A. M. Ing and shall 'state thc'plaee'
Worship 11:00 a. m. TUESDAY) residence and post office addressof
SECOND & FOURTH SUNDAYS raining Union 6:30 p. m. 11:50. STORK CLUB (MONDAY the claimant, and shall be sworn
Sunday School _- 10:00 A. M. Evening Worship 7:30 p. m.
ONLY) to by the claimant, Jhis'agejxtt: or
Worship Service ___ _.. 7:30 P. M. Mid Week Prayer 7:30 p. m. Wed. 11:55 YOUR FLORIDA GARDEN attorney, and 'such 'clalni or -
.any
after First Just as I am without plea. Jesus : .i
Family Night, Friday one 12:00 WORLD NEWS. demand not 'so 'filed shall ibe Void
Sunday each month at 7:30 P. M. says come and worship regardlessof 12:15 NOONTIME, NOTES CHARLES ENGLISH, :ice

Herbert Brooks, Church School the goodness of your clothes. 12:30 TALK OF THE TOWN As ,executor of the Last Will and
Come be with in The ..Lord'sHouse.
us 12:40FARM NEWS
Supt. Testament of Lou Leggett Deceased

Wiley Blair, Church Lay Leader ( 12:45 STATE -NEWS First publication &25-61.' ; V- .:. .:
PINE GROVE BAPTIST: CHURCHPreaching 12:50 PUBLIC SERVICE PROGRAM
.. '.
and
Rev Mrs Dan McCown and p
MADISON CHURCH OF GOD _
Sunday School 10:00 A. M. : every Sunday 12:55 WEATHER NEWS : children Lynn, Marcia and Steve .
.1:00 HILLBILLY HIT PARADE have returned from a month's vaca .' ..
Youth Service Wednesday 8:00p.m. Sunday School moo A. M. .:. .; .
9vening Worship 7:30 p. rn- Morning Worship __ 11:00 'A. M. (FROM THE PASTOR'S tion in Whitney. .Texas'ancf Mon-- ; \" r

Morning Worship 11:00 a. m. Sunday Evening BTU 6:30 P. M. STUDY WEDNESDAY) treat, N C.Mr -
REV R M LONG Pastor 2:00 GOSPEL TIME
Services M.
Evening' 7:30 P. -x-
230 PUBLIC SERVICE PROGRAM
-- JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES Prayer Meeting Wednesday and Mrs J 0 Cooke Jr and

118 N. Orange St. Phone HU 3.6355 Evening __.___ 7:00 P. M. 2:45 MUSICAL INTERLUDE daughter Claire were visitors in .. ARNIE MEDDERS.

MEETINGS: W B SEALS, S S SuperintendentJ 3:00 AFTERNOON MELODIES Atlanta and Abbeville, Ala, last ...:

Bible Study: Wednesday 7:30 P. M. ARTHUR CRUCE. Training Union. 3:40 PUBLIC SERVICE PRO week. They also spent several dayson -

Service Meeting: Friday 7:30 P. M. Director.ERNEST GRAM: vacation at Daytona Beach.

Ministry School: Friday 8:30: P. ..M. GURR, Minister 4:00 RECORD REQUEST

Watchtower-Bible Study: 5:45 SPORTS HIGHLIGHTS American Service StationMADISON .
f FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday 7:30 P. M. 5:55 REPORT FROM TALLA -
Kingdom Seek Welcome.. Pinetta, Fla. HASSEEMONDAY
No Collection Taken. PAUL A. TRAVIS,. Pastor BOSTON, LOS AKGELES -
THROUGH 'FRIDAY .
Sunday Bible School 10:00 a. m. ) LONDON FLORIDA jt
CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST S: S. Supt. Mr. G. C. Buchanan 6:00VORLD' NEWS. (..

CHURCH Morning Worship 11:00 a. m. 6:15 TWILIGHT TUNES -- _- --.,. ._ -o_ _..: __ : _,__ ,
Preaching Services every ,Sunday Training Union .. 7:00 pi: m. 6:59 SIGN OFF '
'. Morning Service 11:00 A. M. Director Mr. T. C. Morris FIVE MINUTE NEWSCAST BE- THE COLLEGE STUDENTS- HONORED Fraleigh who will attend GWC in
FORE THE HOUR; NEWS Valdosta Ricky Dean and Toby
Evening Service 8:00 P. M. EveningService 8:00 p. m. ;
Sunday School every Sunday at Hour of ,Power, Wed 8:00 p. m HEADLINESVEATHER ON Presbyterian college students were !Markham who go to NFJC and Miss
HALF HOUR.
10:00 A. M. Choir Practice, Wed. ..,.9:00: p. m.R.A.'s evening Toni Jean Wells FSU. ::
SUNDAY SCHEDULE' honored at the Sunday
BTU Every Sunday at 6:45 P. M. meet Saturday 3:00 p. m. ___________ \. ".
7:29 SIGN ON church service when the Rev Dan I ,
j ..,
Prayer Meeting every Wednesdayat Everyone is welcome MOMTQRInteresting : .
8:00 P. M.Brotherhood. The only thing missing in our 7:30 TRAVELING STARS McCown preached a special sermon Misses Wanda Williams,"' Connie

first Thursday every ch-ch (UR).. 7:55: NEWS on the topic Dare To-Be A Danielin Pepera, Laverne Brown,' Sandra--.", '
month at 70 P. VL 8:00 GOSPEL HYMN TIME which he compared the, present Smith Teena Bunker '
Ulm ,
Nancy
LEE METHODIST CIRCUITLee 8:30 SHOWERS OF BLESSING .
Everybody Welcome. studentsto .
temptations of college "
1
day
classmenreturning
and Hickory Grove Churches 8:45 WORLD NEWS ; and Sissy Wad are upper .' I
WELCOME TO REV. L. E. DENSLOW Pastor 8:50 STATE AND WEATHER those of Daniel in his day and to FSU. Miss Mary Kay

NEW HOME BAPTIST CHURCH AT LEE NEWS admonished them .to emulate his ,Burnette 1961 MHS graduate and

Come Worship With Us Morning Worship 8:55 MORNING SPORTS SHOW Accurate courage and faith. BUly Burnette will also enter FSU. .

Sunday School 10:00 A. M. 1st; and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. 9:00 JIMMY STROUD Following the service a receptionwas -x- ; ".,4

Morning: Worship 11:00 A. M. 2nd and 4th Sundays 9:00 a. m. 9:15 MORMON CHOIR held in Fellowship Hall. Deco- Albert Davis is retUStting to the. '- .

Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M Evening Service1st 9:30LIGHT & LIFE HOUR Completer rations of greenery were, placedon University of Florida tfeis! year. ;/" :
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Evening Worship 7:30 P. 'M. and 3rd Sundays 8:00 p. m. 10:00 NEWS v-> the stage and the punch table .. .':
Midweek Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. Sunday School 10:05 SONGS OF FAITH International; Newt Cowojf? centered with pyracantha '

Brotherhood 4th Friday 7:30 P. M. Every Sunday _____ 10:00 a. on 10:32 MEDITATION FOR SUN; --------------'-- was BUSINESSMEN '
Philip Howell ,. S. S. Supt. Youth Fellowship DAY The Christian Science Monitor berries and greenery Mrs GeorgeGandy - ,- l
On Norway St, Boston 15,Mass. chairman of circle No 1,
:Marvin Bass _. B. T. .U. Director Every Sunday 7:00 p. m. 10:47 PRELUDE TO WORSHIP
REV. ELDRIDGE LYONS Pastor BOBBY WILLIAMS, 11:00 COMMUNITY CHURCH Send your newspaper for the tlm*. and members of ,the circle were Newspaper advertis
Church School SuperintendentAT 12:00VORLD NEWS checked. Enclosed find my check or hostesses for the affair and served .

i WELCOME TO HICKORY GROVE 12:15 NOONTIME NOTES money order. Q 1 year $22. punch and cake.. Mrs T L Fraleigh ,
MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH Q 6 months $11 D 3 months $5.59.Nam ', ing" can help make
12:30 you
Sunday School 10:00 A. M. Morning Worship x I GOSPEL CONCERT HALL and Mrs T C Merchant poured _

Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. 2nd and 4th Sundays 11:30 a. m.I 12:55 1:00 NEWS PROTESTANT punch. well fese
HOUR
Evening Service honored were as as
Training Union 6:30 P. M.I Young people money
Evening Worship 7:30 P. M. 2nd and 4th Sundays 8:00 p. m. 1:30 HOUR OF DECISION .Address Allan Beck; Pat Cantey Phillip
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Prayer Meeting ___ 7:30 P. !tt. Sunday School 2:05' THE SUNDAY DRIVER Ragans and Miss Sissy- Wade who I:fun in business.
5:10 EVENTIDE
Church Business Meeting First Every Sunday 10:30 a. m 5:29 SIGN City ZoneState will attend' FSU; Miss Nell Norfleet

Wednesday night of each month. Youth FellowshipEvery OFF who Thursday to Presbyterian II
Sunday 7:00 pi: ecu goes I &D HO 3-6361-
and W.M.U. Francis Williams
Brotherhood Second Gene McClam PB-16 College, St Petersborg; Mrs Ashley ,
Mid-Week Service
Thursday night of each month. Prayer ma, Dale Walker and' Jay Watsonof _
Preaching services every Sunday. Every Wednesday 8:30 p. m. Ft Jackson, S C were -visitorsat

Come Worship With 'Us. JULIAN ANDREWS, their homes here during the
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REV. DOZIER SAPP, Paster Church School Superintendent week end

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHGREENVILLE Mr and Mrs Richard Cunninghamand
HOPEWELL BAPTIST CHURCH twodaughters Cindy and Lisa
FLA.
Sunday School ____ 10.00 A. M. ,
of Gainesville end
Sunday School 10:00 A. M. were week guestsof
._ 11:00 A. M.
;Morning Worship Morning Worship _.i- 11:00 A. M Mr and Mrs A H Armstrong. ajDt1t
Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M.
6:45 P. M.
lEvening Worship ,.._.7:30 P. M. Baptist Training Course ft
750-14( AllWeatherNylon.
Evening Worship 7:30 P. M.Prayt7 Goodyear
Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. M.
P. M.
Meeting Wed. 7:30
Youth Service S P. M. Wednesday.V. Tire v

L. SINGLETARY. S. S. Supt. BIRTHDAY PARTY ,
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J. L. WYNN, B. T. U. Director T
REV. W G DeSHAZO, Pastor Mrs T J Beggs Jr entertained at As Lew As $14.88 I _

...... LF 5 BAPTIST CHURCH a party Tuesday afternoon" honoringher Plus Tax and Exchange :
'Rr i..T. CARTER Pastor grandsons Apple and Kyle

'S".. irV ,Monday "* -'- Beggs who were celebrating their MesserBattery I
..r 8th and 5th birthday anniversaries,
;. 'oh 10:00: A. M. 4 ---1' !
'11:00 A. M. respectively. Twenty young friends -
i',.. hip & Tire Co. .
..:;- 7:00 P. M. enjoyed the occasion with the boner -
x!" 8:00 P. M. ..- .
: rees. '
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.......c".f -- 7:30 P. M
wire the lawn :
Games
played on
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ti i /ed -- -- HIGH EARNINGS
: '=1 tift suviays
.- f. .. and the winners Mary Ann Mer- OH MY yow
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i'-.. S. SERVICEFOF ''QIlt, Bill Karstedt Bobby Kennedy N .
, =w LL 4 JESUS CHRIST OF I i ACHING BACK OVER SAFE-Insurcd to $10,000 r. .; :i:
"j"rER DAY SJ iNrSif" : : :
4; I harmonit : \ Now Yea caB wt the fast relief nj of the U. S. Government ,
?' 10:00 a. m.I Iel" need from nugtag back bend by an Agency ,
S ..!l and Dius that ofteD Ii DIVIDENDS
11:00t.Meetin a. J1] tables JIUIHQ1ar aeha $600,000
'w : "," .. two refreshment ; cause resUea nights gad m di:1 tired- : :

-Tr and. Priest"oclet )\--.01\1 timelounced spread with colorful party =\ out feeliUL on with When or stresS u fan ACC'lts.OSTAGE PAID BOTH WAYS \.
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\ birth come
..... centered with a want rtUef- ant it paid te S.VHts
9'\'a.ee'' c.s .......... at Sacra and each one d deco- straia-7CU dicta 1D&J"be mn4 Maddertraother
';. ndht .-'MeeUng.AU ; -- AMERICAN 'I day cake, iced candles In white and ranicolored an kirrtk-tiondfkn setting wiDC up YI'OD' a restless food and eneomfortable l ,IIriRl Jut 12 Mittks

AT with feeUng
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rate< '
SERVICES fast In a separate -
work
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LEGION candy anima were wars: 1.bT speedy pain-reli.wing akbead&ehes' 40/.
CARRYI. Branch PreS. Favorsfor the children
'IJ;. 'E 'R CHERRY, LAKE Birthday cake, ,
effect oa
wbisUes. soothing bia4derk
....1IUDGE ROAD. blowout cold Ie b7 m11d cUv.retIe dhldSBJ
and Uoaa. 117. adiO CHTtBf
: HOPEFUL cream mike at
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NEW CHURCH caakles, _candY, to increase outPut of .
nsSIO: ARY BAPTIST serveft. kMai rood ". sheen and the .
..' and third drinks were the *tDOAM'S
first of for o'ez
; every mother bapPY relief millions ba" .
', Services Beggs aame -
\ Ashley
moat
: mand 8:00 p. tn- Mrs Nary 6. 7euL large size sam
;._ :..5tuidaysdrool 8.every Sunday 10:1)0) boys, irs.V. T Karstedt.ted Beggs and in Get I) an$Pint today 1 : 4'j

and BID
Helen PIUS
c a. m. ; -- --'-- .'..-.' _
; ng Wed..7:00 .p. m entertaining:, ,,:: c ..;;.. ;; ? CI _
'S 'Ttxl Prayertee 1 lng Unlor every-s,SandaY"'7:00)l Appattractive le a'i Kyle'-'received=yman3r\ I -_

p. m. CROFT Pastor I gifts.
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