The Madison enterprise-recorder

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The Madison enterprise-recorder
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Madison enterprise recorder
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Madison Fla
T.C. Merchant
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April 15, 1960
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
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Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.

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VOL. UX No. 33 Return: Postage Guaranteed FRIDAY. APRIL 1960 "* ***"* Price 0c Yearly C Subscription $3.75; DelayedsRenewals HOP

DeMcratsIfaURaly McCarty Promises

AUhenyLe To FIX U. S. 90

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1 Governor Candidate John Mc-

About 250( persons attended the r 4 C 'W Carty of Ft Pierce spoke here

Democratic political rally at Cherry Wednesday morning, and said
Lake last Friday night. Bill Russell .. .
of the Democratic Executive Committee ui .. Well do something about the
presided. Mrs Ruby Mo $ .1 :tI. Hamburg Road and fix the road

Chesney, committeewoman made a 7t t jfo the Suwannee River."

short talk and admonished the contestants 0 ... McCarty said the school population
false witness." t will double In the next ten
"bear ,
not to ... t. -. .. .
Audio technicians were Gene Ketnng. and that he favored
and Ben Pfell who taped the .::- I v, Easier time of happy hearts and smiling faces :71. ;. :*'ji/t years ening the program as well strength as the

speeches. :. time for the family to blossom oupin new spring clothes. :. : s.:.. '. .' pupil placement laws. He stated he
addressedthe .
The following speakers : .
'group: to stroll._ in the Easter parade to join friends. and neighbors ,:.... would preserve"do everything segregation In in my schoolsas powerto

FOR TAX HUTTO COLLECTORIKE told of birth about "* ,4 at church, where exultant voices rise In the triumphant '- *-'t .,.. .. long as' possible but will not

three miles from Cherry Lake and hymns of the Day.We greet you at fhis wondrous-season with f ;;' close the school system.

In various places in the county \ With reference to sit-downs, the
living the wish that the glorious story ofithe miracle of Easter, so : ,
; .that .$6000 is good pay for J. .... candidate said you cannot legislate
the job; that he believed he was E inspire each d every one of usWth social customs that the of
..+ tnany years ago, may ..... freedom
qualified to serve, and urged the ; t, and life ewed. speech assembly could not be
of faith and
zts hope ..
'meaaage .
people to vote for Hutto. .+, ... ;
said' abused to incite a riot, that he
PAT MIUJNOR, incumbent .
would not hestitate to enforce the
do much for
the tax collector can't: '
people but can make things comfortable titttt law, and that he would not yield

for the people paying; he to pressure. "Let's call on 'the

works for the people; the people : Governor and Presidents (of the

have been good to him: and that yf state universities) to expel'0 students

he 'will continue to serve to best :.. ...., Involved In sit-down episodes*
of his ability% and thanked people sakfi '
McCarty J
for past favors. It we hay ; a Businesslike. ad.
HENRY DICKINSON spoke well .r p 1, !mlnl5raUonaxs!! "will tbrtor in

of his opponent end that their \'" enough moneyfJtQyrunMhe" state,
families had been good friends?: that ; ..I M"tor"ill( do everything possible..

Mr Armstrong would have X fc ood _'_- mwwn w ::... -_..-,;;,:: "- ---- --- --- to prevent t .' sales tax on groceries;
income if Dickinson wlrw;.tbol 'a ) "Hays tusk'two nlfhts bnt.tsitt ties and always"came when called3wt ; tals of, reading, writing; and arithmetic .. Florida Power and medicine.
feels. qualified for the Ofrtcrf b? Two men apprehended in one rasa need for roads and will go ; will attend every regular and, People He also favored modernizing;

virtue 'of honestry and educational but up "against brick wall" on along to put roads where needed special .meeting' of board. the constitution, fair reapportionment

ability; the office ,belongs to -the other, but has not given up* by; teat; Consdence clear in every trap nUSS DUGAN. Incumbent: -business Meet Madison helping l the old folks witha
for the
people, and Dickinson asked working with Sheriff Lew1 of Su- Board 4 years, served to .best of meeting scheduled before rally recreational
opportunity given Mr Armstrong knowledge visited various common program 'ect.
same wannee we caught six and were ; dales were sjinouncedUpreventcd bis
28 years ago. responsible forcatching two more action; with the help of the Lord appearance. % Some 150 Florid Power Corporation He dted polls showing him la
ANGUS ,II ARMSTRONG, Incumbent as for recent jail break here "\\-e will continue to do right thing. SCHOOL BOARD. DISTRICT FOURS employees from this area the lead In Dade and other populous -

thanked the people,' and pre- will catch them;" tries to handle SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION R SAPP-There are "some and, their families met in the counties. "I'm in the race to

rented his .application for the job in juvenile ,situation 1. without par MRS LUCY- GARDNER buss natural good cooks in Cherry Lake; Woman's Club Wednesday night win" he declared.

the form of his record and should ability; ents' knowledge; 2. in juvenile nee 10 years, sold when when on board previously: : many for a. meeting with President W J McCarty Is the only Governor

to perform; the tax assessor office courts next, and 3. third time and children! grew up; then with Dr building pr'O 'am.Iwere- started; CUpp and other officials of tbtompanyr candidate to date who has spokenIn
liveabove politics in the ; Mercer Standard Oil with education with the cooperation of people did

on an cut; trying to run office like the ; : according to W R Press Madison during the current
that he assessed property people want it, run and experience feels she b not have to raise taxes; took, strong
equa). basis and tried to keep property FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER qualified to serve; 37 '-Supex isor stand for segregation.W Icy; Madison district manager campaign. Bryant was scheduledto
values equal; he has taken DISTRICT FIVEF. in Florida are women; If' elected H (BILLY) BAILEY, JR. incumbent Mr CTJapp gave the Northern speak about two weeks ago but:

care of widows, orphans, and& old T. (TEBO) WJBB-Not: hereto promises to run office In 'an honest Sorry Board cannot buIld division and Suwannee River Plant cancelled the speech because of

folks. Since this is the busy season to make a bunch of promises; will and dignified manner more buildings but Board borrowed I company's operations during the rain. .r

in the office, he may not get serve "to best of ability," and asked W B (BAILEY) WYNN-Will' money before he was elected; will past year and told of plans for a

see everyone. lor support. give his best to the job, tries to go along as far as feasible to keep future of great growth for the
VICE-CHAIRMAN Bill CARY PHILLIPS-His second get along with folks; will give best four teacher units in Cherry Lake,: company and this area. Cherry ;
this juncture Chairman Ume speaking, and promised If' service and courtesy if elected; running on record; has, not dodged
Martha of series.
introduced Mrs meeting was one a
Russell : you elect Cary Phillips County nobody will appreciate vote more or sidestepped; no derogatory remarks SUNRISE SERVICES
is the vice the holds few
Leggett Brown who than he willARTHUR i about opponent believes won company every
Democratic Commissioner try to sen.e'thebest ; Easter Sunrise Services will beheld
chairman of the County E RAGANS Endeavored by answers to questions years so that the employees
will respect
I can; appreciate your at 6 am Sunday, April 17th
Committee. vote and support and If I can't help to give honest, efficient courteous : eked himSHORT throughout the 31 counties it serves at Cherry Lake Beach for all the
'FOR COUNTY. JUDGE you Til tr.not to.harm you." service: all treated alike; born INTERMISSIONQrainnan can get together with top officials
of liii
EDDIE FLOWERS'told birth : COLEMAN RICHARDSON In- In county; lived all life here; dutiesof Russell decreed a short i and discuss company activities churches and community. All- welcome. :

personal history including Thankedpeople cumbent-on board past 7 years, office prevent seeing all voters break at which some of the crowd Following Mr Clapp's talk a .
Cherry Lake in 1915. asked another left milled around. *and worked Rev C B Davis, will give the
near hospitality was a pleasure and enjoyed; "tried personally; for term I panel discussion with a questionand
for their is Running to practice economy;" county taxer"practically because "it is work I can do" and oaf drink dispensing machine so I answer session was conducted.. Easter message. In case of rain
Answered question Who the same;" money of Is "only source of revenue." I loudly that the rest of the candi services will be In the Methodist
that no On the panel J Shirley Gracy,,
Flowers by stating were
Eddie Coleman Richardson paid for advertising CIRCUIT JUDGE dates had difficulty speaking and church. Special music and group
one was running Eddie Flowers except I; and other expenses; appreciates SAMUEL S SMITH-Has two opponents the audience up close heard remarks i senior vice president A V Benson singing.
himself; running on his own :vice president, and W B Shenk,
I courtesy and confidence incumbent Hal W Adams of the contestants punctuated
to !Egg hunt will be held at both
:because he felt it is helpful of people. ,. who has sened honestly and capably harshly by the clanging of bottles. :vice president. .
willcooperate :
office churches.
make change in political ; COUNTY COMMISSIONER and A K Black of Lake City,, FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE I Mr Benson also gave a report
to fullest with everyone. DISTRICT THREE former state attorney; asked whether GEORGE W JEWELL, a disabled I on the progress of the Northern SCHOOL PROGRAMS
CURTIS D EARP, incumbent expressed WILBURN T DAVIS Wants Black draws 100% disability from \-eteran-DiscuSIed local bills said Division which includes the Madison Classes of the school held Easter

appreciation for the fellowship be In office for betterment or people federal government and 100% from most desirable ones were with referendum -. Montieello, Perry and Apalachicola hunts and parties Thursday.
together and glad to stressedhis praised opponents as tine men;" slate; if so, he's too sick to be circuit then next desirable with divisions.. lie was introduced Parents and personnel of'the
Cherry Lake community; Davis is small farmer; no man can judge: three qualifications for advertising and population laws last; school attended Evaluation Program
previous experience before be- 'do job by only meeting with Board the job: integrity, sound education will oppose all population laws; by Ralph Norman, Northern division In Madison Wednesday.
coming County Judge; spoke of good and stamina in 11 favors homestead In manager from Monticello.
which once a month; favors doing whatcan physical: to go exemption; Many attended the Cherry Lake
reputation of county court of be done to make Madison County counties and carry on duties of this favor of keeping legislative controlin
people can be 'proud: if reelectedto the best place to live. important job; born in Plnetta. attended North Florida; friendly to old EASTER SERVICES AT CONCORD Civic Club meeting Tuesday night.
> continue to maintain' such a LAMAR ANDREWS-Married. 4 Emory undergraduate school folks; will be present; not backed The Concord Baptist church: of After a bountiful covered dish supper

court and thanked: people for their children, works with wife in store; end Cornell law school; lives In Lake by any special clique or business Lovett Fla. announces plans for a business session followed

kindnesses.FOR man should be qualified for big City with wife and 5 children; 37; Interest; to serve all county un. : its Easter Sunday program. Following when Horace Weaver and Harry
SHERIFF jcb of County Commissioner; feels Mont think Pm sick and feel with selfishly! ;; and to work for new in the morning service there Cochran' were reelected directors.A .
BILL MACK HENDRY-Enjoyed that he is only man in race quail your help can make you a good circuit dustry.A will be an egg-bunt and a picnic large number attended the

visit in Cherry Lake; not backed by fled to serve .you; runs countywide judge/ L (ROOSTER: ) LEGGETT JR lunch will be spread on the ground. political rally at Cherry Lake Friday
i.elf-tnterest groups or political Interests for job not just from district; HAL W ADAMS. incumbent- -34 yeas old answered rumor I At approximately 2:00 p. m. a nightt.WbN
; born in Lovett, educated in road problems stand out in mindsof Tried to be an "everyday, cotn- that Lectett not old! enough with musical program will be presented
public schools; operates used car people and will get his first attention momense kind of judge who could comment that 16 years ago was with the special music by the Lovett I ladles attended the rally
business in Madison; World War n ; will always stand by your I feel impulses of people's hearts;" old enough to put on uniform; :Brothers Quartet of Cairo Ga. I st Elizabeth Baptist Church Tues
veteran with seven battle stars good side and never let you down. reminisced of pleasant experiences served In Air Force honorably discharged Everyone is cordially invited to day. "
conduct ribbon and honorable discharge GROVER C CONE incumbent- I in Madison County; Judge deals ; will work for public school attend .. I Cherry Lake WMU banquet will

; could hare stayed in Army Will i not say who is best qualified with people "in trouble leaves Ito (Advt) be at the church:: Friday night
and retired next year but had no that's for you to decide; memberof :all court officers to determine pro-rem April !:Sth. ,
y. intention ,to block ,pathway of .progress First Baptist Church. Mason whether anyone has failed to receive reapportionment; says incumbent Dr Thomas G BouUnd attended

y ; county offers opportunity; farmer, advisory board of Greenville fair and square consideration. stated he should be returned because the State Medical Association Messrs J B Davis and W B Dunn
" tradition of service for ." (Chairman BUI Russell levied but no experience the in Jack
: school; promised to stand up for I of seniority meeting past weekend and Mr and Mrs H T Holton attended
It.ear In Madison County; favored best interests of county and never a $$.00 fine against Judge Adams necessary to read bill on reapportionment sonville. .
.training; :believes Sheriff let you down.COUNTY for talking 5 minutes too long.I ; Madison County should the funeral services
should stay clear of self-interest : COMMISSIONER Judge Adams paid up promptly and be first; favors economical administration dated confidence, for 8 years service in Live Oak for Mrs Jessie

groups and promised honest courteous DISTRICT ONE recalled he had fined himself previously ; for Increased welfare as Representative; stressed Importance Saxon, age 72 Survivors are her

and efficient law enforcement MARVIN E BASs-Not here to for lateness on occasion) checks; to seek better road program; of reapportionment question husband one daughter, one son

SIMMIE H. MOORE, incumbent make a great bunch of promises;; A K BLACK. the third candidate' consider: candidates and be a and possible loss of $170.000 of three sisters grandchild.Mrs .

Been tied up with circuit courts for farms in county, married six children :: was not present ,, ?roster Booster and elect LegstL trace: track) money; supported -x-
past two weeks and besides caret five in school; Baptist, running SCHOOL BOARD DISTRICT TWO OTIS R PEAVY incumbent .I'Junior College legislation in House R S Redding of New Orleans
I": "some rascality* every now ion my own;" no political: ring back.*tbg BOB :MILNER--Married, 3 sons Complimented citizens of Cherry In 1957 and screen worm eradication 'has arrived for a visit with her

n; working on st&en prop- him up; if elected will not vote In Cherry Lake School; .wartime Lake and expressed appreciation for programs qualified to a serve daughter, Mrs William McChesner
Ill the time; if he'deem't; ,see fur; anylfeior ,crooked or ,noupleas- service in Wavy 3 stars; deacon inBaptist fine dinner thanked people for again. ." '; ;
I s not because he
but he's fetae what. theme WILBUR G RUTHERFORD 17 yean. Development Authority returning him without opposition Otti Brown of Live Oak made a -x-

t to do." Re counted Sl a4s on own two feet, been on _Ctvfc Cub Mason; will support a two years ago; every consideration short speech: for Governor Candidate NATHAN MAYO, Agriculture
safe robberies, werhJ strong program in basic fm Ataren-I I OQ every piece of legislation; sppre- Doyle E Cariton. Jr. Commissioner,died Thursday. -


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- TT fyou KEY WEST, Fla (FirrNC) "
Are Invited To Attend The
Franklin A Davis, seaman apprentice

I : USN, Route 1, Lee Ffci SawsSHARPflN
Revival ServicesOF reported March 23 aboard the submarine
for Easter
fl It's'U USS Chopper based at Key : D AND SBT
West. He previously served at the
Work Gt MMted
New Macedonia Conn.Submarine School, New London, and done by maehlftery

Baptist Church -. For EasterThe The Broward Tindalls of Columbus PERRY, FLA.

GREENVILLE Ga, the Rev Elmer Nobles Call"''\'. G. RUTHERFORD, IIU

1w9 Burton Welches of Day- and family of Lake City and Mr 3.2578.. )Madison Fla. for informationand
s Beginning April 17th & Continuln tona Beach and Billy Welch of and Mrs J F Stiles of Rochester,
through April 24th FSU are expected here for the New York, visited Mr L B Welch

7:30 EACH EVENING Easter holidays with their parents. Sunday.

iiY REV. J. D. YOUNG, of Day, -- ----

. REV. A. 'M. FOWLER, Pastor
$ To The People of Madison County

Happenings At MissJeans V
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.f; :-t. Kindergarten V FOR .


Gene DuRant-, son of Dr and ,

Mrs J M DuRant, celebrated his HAL W. ADAMS

I'sixth birthday with a party aMiss ,
Jean's Kindergarten Wednesday -

The kindergarten kiddle

were the guests, .and Dr and Mr CIRCUIT JUDGE 'E
DuRant assisted Mrs Coody with r :

i 4y hospitalities. Favors were balloons,
. ,
whistles and chewing gum. Tb
Third Judicial Circuit
lovely birthday cake was decorated

with Happy Birthday. Easter'
r biddies decorated the individual

rV cakes served with ice cream
.r ro f/ V I Gene received many nice gifts. When any group of persons are jointly associated in the performance of duties or

r W HAVE RIDE ON FIRE TRUCK any kind of collective endeavor it is absolutely necessary, if there is to be any success

' '__ y Miss Jean took her Jdndcl1artenktddies resulting from labors and efforts, that there be full co-operation between them
..' 4M and unity of purpose. The work of the Circuit Court for the Third Judicial Circuitof
to the Fire -
City Department
" ) 1p Florida Is carried on, and the business of the Court administered, by the two
, '. V _PP;_ Tuesday, where theyen Circuit Judges of the Circuit Judge R H Rowe and myself, together with the Circuit
taken for a ride on the Fire truck,
t much to their delight. The next Court Clerks and the Sheriffs of each of the seven counties of the Circuit, and their
deputies and the office personnel of each of these officials, and our two court re-
trip for the little people will be
who the best in the state.
Inducted porters, are among
to the school lunchroom to be -
There is not circuit in the State of Florida where there is closer and more
: EASTER CORSAGES 0\ CUT FLOWERS into the novelty of this
unfailing co-operation between the court officials than is the case in the Third
O POTTED PLANTS SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTSMADISON phase of school life.BIRTHDAY. Circuit. Because of that the work of the Circuit Court is kept almost current and

PARTY there are no congested dockets in any county of the Circuit. The lawyers of the
PHONE HU 3-2525 FLA. Betsy Bird celebrated her sixth Circuit are afforded every possible convenience in carrying on their work for their

birthday with a party Thursday clients, and every possible accommodation granted to them, and if a vote on that

at Miss Jean's Kindergarten Her question was taken among, the Third Circuit lawyers, I am sure they would agree that

Easter Candies mother brother, Joe Mrs assisted Joseph Bird with, and the nothing is left undone to serve theirs convenience in the dispatch and attention to

OLD TIRESARE I PANGIIURWS.BE LE CAMP party. The Easter motif was used court There another group of citizens who are essential and important to certain
In the beautiful white and )'eUowbirthday the who make the Grand
parts of the work of the Court and they are jurors up
Smith Drug Store cake, favors and games. Juries of the several counties of the Circuit, and the jurors who make up the trial

UNSAFE Mrs Coody entertained her kindergarten juries who hear and determine by their verdicts what shall be done in both civil

with an Easter Egg and criminal cases The Board of County Commissioners in the several counties of

Re-evaluation, Held At Hunt Thursday noon. Favors and: the Circuit are clothed with the authority to select the men who will serve as jurorsin
pring Tire Sale is now going c refreshments were In the Easter the Court. The result of their labors in that regard Isp''that good and capable

.on-Come in and get your set Madison 111gbElementary And motif. citizens are selected for that service and the strength of the service rendered by

of Firestone Tires. Now at a ,; them is a guarantee that a fair trial of cases will be had on the law and the facts y

: TENTATIVE GRADUATIONLIST of each case, and justice done as nearly as is humanly possible.
j great savings. ANNOUNCED There are many cases, particularly if young offenders are involved, and many
defendants mature that sentence is withheld and they are put
times where are more
tentative list announced by Mr
He-evaluation of A under conditions calculated to help them "turn over a new leaf" and
Madison High! A J Hargrove. Registrar shows that on probation
DAVISServke School for accreditation to membcrship Forty-two students will compose the develop into good law abiding citizens. In this work the Court has the unfailing

in the Southern Assod First graduating class from North help and cooperation of the three Probation Supervisors who handle the probation
anon of Secondary Schools and Florida Junior College in June of work of the Court. These officials are highly efficient and capable and each have a

Colleges took place Monday, Tuea this year.The I' keen sense of the importance of their work and leave nothing undone in the performance -

Station day and Wednesday of this week number of graduates from of their duties faithfully and well.I .
A staff of ten educators their[ respective home towns are: am deeply grateful for the many evidences of friendly good will by the peopleof
Perry[ 15, Madison 10, Mayo 4,,I the Third Circuit and trust that I may be granted a continuance thereof and the
and ,
were entertained with
Phone HU 3-6601, Madison, Fla. Uonticello 4. Live Oak 4. Jasper 1. help and support of my candidacy for re-election as one of your
benefit of good
a dinner at Hotel Madison Jennings 1. Lake City 2, Miami 1. your
I Local educators acting: as host Circuit i Judges.

I were Prof and Mrs Burch Corne Termites Swarming?
Mr and Mrs Charles i
Campbell friend
I lius, Mr: Griffin Bishop, Mr and i -.. Your ,
and son Scott of Kissimmee are Mrs S A Kinscy, Dr and Mrs Oscar CALL 1.1. '- "
guests over the Easter season of I .": ; : Hal W Ad
Beck Mr Wiley Slrmon, Dr and Burke ,- 'f' < ams
Mrs, Campbell's mother, Mrs Edwin I Mrs Marshall Hamilton

Madden. and Mrs VV B Clark, and the (Paid Political Advertisement authorized by Campaign Treasurer)
teaching staff of the schools. Exterminatingda
Guests I
representing the student I -
Let's Go body were Johnny Plant, high .
School 1st honor student; John .
Mercer President of Student Council '

Deep Sea ; Gayle Jones, VIce-President of 01 I

t i Student Council; Maury Blalock,, Dollar-an d-Sense reasons to '

FISHINGN President of Senior class; Russell ; t TMCrs A nocxrr TO rrr ', ,

,: Long President of Junior class, A I YOU Olds ,
;:' ON and Annel Ragans, President of GO OLD'S I V'I costs far less than you'd"

the Beta Club.Educators : gue..1 ,
WINNER' In charge of the work
are Dr John Moorman, Head of the 2 YOU CAN HAve ROCKET :
i Mcauutn OAS... "
of Business 00 ON
/ J vI Department Education
University( of Florida, Chairman. .,, .very Dynamic 88 offer
v Dr Herman Frick, Prof of Education / the Regular Rocket :

FSU; Dr Luther Arnold, o Engine that thrive on .

School of Science, U of F; Dr + lower-cost regular fuel. ,, : f

Robert Whetstone, Social StudiesP A.k .\ .
K Yonge School, Gainesville; Dr rcATUHCS AT NO EXTMA 'H .-
Elmer Magnell, Prof of Music ; d .. '
.. COST. you'll find more >"'t';
FSU; Mr Emerson Flux, Principal of what you want In .' ,
65 Feet Long -'r i-il 11 < '..
of Junior High school Fernan- every model. 0 ;
18 Feet Wide dina Beach; Mrs Sarah Ruth Paf-

Snack Bar ford, librarian Montlcelto High 4 HIOH RSALaYALUtSAYS ;
School; Mrs Myrtle Rehwinkle, YOU MONeY...enloy yoU!' "
CHARTERS MONDAY instructOr Leon High, Tallahassee .... "' Rocket now with the r
THROUGH FRIDAY and Mrs Katherine Pryor Home a..uranc.thatyourInve.tment "

Economics Suwannee High live : + holds whenyou
Leaves'Dock 7:30 A. M. M_ .!
over to Olds.
Returns 5 to 6 P, M. w
i The Committees were scheduled
Trips Open To IndividualsSaturdaysSundayHolidays !to report at 1:30 p m Wednesday: o.u+aC M mmmMOUOAY 5 NOW IS THC TIME TO
TRADE...chances are-
it the high School auditorium atm _
i your present car will
open meeting.
never b.worth more
$5.00 m PERSON It Is right now.
Methodist children are Invited to LOCAL AUTHORIZED OLDS.O II.. QUALITY OKAUPC TODAY than
ttend the Annual Easter Egg Hunt E

M m the lawn *t Fellowship Hall, at _

Capt. TaykSTEINHATCHEE, FLA. .4 L p. m. Saturday. April 16. ..lCAITEY MOTOR COMPANY .

PHONE 58 M Firdor $1295 '
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and Mrs-L B Welch and Mrs 8Clllpt'ltredSHAPES

For Easter Russell Williams visited their niece,
\ Mrs Jennings !
.-.. ........ ........ .........'........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ....... Dwight Hughes of .
I :: Sunday afternoon. She had just

returned from Pineview hospital.
I where she had a major operation. a.

She is doing nicely. "
Madison County Senior Council .
Mr and Mrs Clark Brannan and SERVICES aRoWARY
of H D met April 8 for business Mist
son Ronald, Jerry Allen
meeting and dress revue. This was Jacksonville
Patricia Tabb of
I one of the smallest dress revues in I visited Mr and Mrs C C Brannan Jon' -

the history of 'Council with only As usual, there will be a I HOLY COMMUNION
during the weekend
four entrants Mrs Howard Coody Easter Sunrise Service at theWoman'
I Mrs R M Howell of Clover, SCand The First Methodist Church will
scored highest Mrs Audrey Me- Club building Sunday
; Mr and Mrs T L Sparrow of I morning. The Rev James Barber t observe Holy Week with special
Coullough, second; Mrs R1* Craf weekof ItS
Plant City were guests last will preach the sermon.MORNING Communion service Thursday even-
Mrs Leon Suggs
ton third and
Mr and Mrs Bob Adams. DEVOTIONSA S'M
be lnner! Mrs Coody and Mrs ing. Communicants may come at
There will be an Easter egg series of Holy Week services
time between 7 and 9 m.
McCollougH received dress lengths, any
hunt in -the Grove a* the Methodist will be broadcast from radio sta-
", : Mrs Crafton and Mrs* Suggs received church Saturday afternoon at four tion WMAF each morning at 9:00 I and receive Communion which will ratty ...,

sewing tools: donated by children and i o'clock. be offered each 15 minutes in the y ul aS
,* o'clock. All the.
Cloth Shop. nctuaryhkh will be dimly
motber>i.arc. Invited., ,
Regular ''reports were given. Also I Mr and Mrs R W McMuilcn, Mr CORN $1.30 in Jasper I lighted. There will be background

.. reminders of National H D I and Mrs L L Mc&tu11enand: Mrs of music All churches are invited.

Week May' 1-7 and delinquent John Ilodnett accompanied the I fnfPrrnalTfJUE
;dues to be paid by June L Mrs
attend the M Y
MY F to Mayo to
H Coody 'and ;Mrs 'Monte VIckers F there. All stayed over to hear OAK HILL NEWS Easter CandiesPANCDURKSDIXLE CHINA

were appointed to' plan window the Rev Curtis McMullen preach an : a s'4dcen.... r BY iriKiuois
for National+ H D week. -
} Mrs E B Wil 'i
inspiring sermon. CAM
The Council Voted' to establisha NEW BABIESMr afA r

'>Cancer loan ,closet and plan a liams was also a guest. and Mrs Durward Sapp are utit3ul dinnerware

workshop soon to make articles Mr John Hodnett went to father Plant the proud parents of a boy born Smith Drug StoreDINNER Twith q new. k .. \ *
visit with his
City for a "
'" for this. April 7 Madison. Memorial hospital complete 66Cookri1 hip
j'" and other
Mrs A McCollough pros, reported W
of Mr
The many Mr and Mrs Wilborn Reaves are I REPLACED FREE IF'IT BREAKS
on State Council plans. Cherry Sr regret that he had to ___ s
Madison County will be chairman to the local hospital wherehe also proud parents of a boy Kevin Fred A Hardee entertained,

of dress revue return Dewayne, born April 7 at Pine- with a charming dinner party Fri Look, It's flaraiproof!

Mrs Hattie Seals gave the de continues ill. view GeneraL This is the third day night complimenting Miss Ruth > Bake, broil roast even fry...then serve
back home
Mrs R E Ragans is In INFORMAL So durable
votional. son for both families. Congratulations Sims- and James E Hardee Jr. you
to the delight of her friends. whose get Iroquois famous breakage warranty.
wedding be event of
a. A covered dish lunch was served ;: an
The revival meeting at the Baptist June. I Look it's true china!
t. of"affair aridbout 20 attended. Mr I E Reaves and other relatives -
yh Monday night. 'I INFORMAL is made from finest English
.. church began of J D Newbern received The dining table, laid for eight
\ The Rev James Barber of MadisonIs : centered with a family* .,," clays high fired for true china trans-
word that he underwent SUrger1at lucence comes In stunning contem-
Notke the guest preacher. All are heirloom antique Sheffield silverfruit I
To invited these services.SUPERINTENDENTS Lakeland General Hospital; bowl filled with yellow iris and porary shapes and distinctive duplex
.' April 7 and Is recuperating as well: white daisies. An antique Re t Iwa 4: coloring. .

. The Board of Public Instruction MEETIN as can be expected. lieitr be passe pitcher on the yideboard; I Look it has everything!

of Madison County, Florida, will there about ten days and will be I held an arrangement of dogwood' BLUE DIAMONDS Exciting dinnerware pieces plus match
MADISONThe HARVEST TIME Ing china cookware. Imagine! A china
three and President Clay azaleas. A four
receive sealed bids in the Board convalescent for about (
fry dutch oven, sauce pan casserole -
... Room of the said Board, County of months. II course menu was served! pan buffet .
County Superintendents samova., revolving server/
Courthouse Madison Florida, for he five-county area which supports Mrs Howard Coody and Mrs R,. Guests included the families of' S trivided server, individual casseroles togo '
furnishing of all labor and materialsto D Council the popular young couple. They I' '{ with dinner to cook
the North Florida Junior Col- L Crafton attended II your service and.
were Mrs Lewis Sims of
construct: Cherry ,
Administration Building loge Guidance Center program met I I meeting and dress revue April 8. Lake. Mr and Mrs James E Har: r+ serve tnt!

North Florida Junior College In Madison last Thursday, April 7, I Rev and Mrs W L Wynn returned dee. Miss Alice Sims and Miss 5-Pc. Place Setting- only

Phase II) at the Madison Restaurant for the Friday from World Missions Phillis Parramore. The hostess Consists ol dinner piJ' .. : $6.95
I : of and evaluatIng salad/breakfast piatt.
Madison, Florida purpose discussing -. Conference and State WMU annual -, sented the honorees with \- Pre-f. cup,A saucer, soup
*' this and planning --
Classroom Building .'.oJ : yearprogram meeting at Daytona Beach. their pattern.WATCH. ,. OPEN 'STOCK VALUE $8.90
Suwannee River Junior a program for next year
(Phase I) f 4", The Superintendent attending 'They reported much inspiration -'In 'CeotCfa"warranty
tadison, Florida were: Mr Griffin Bishop, Madison and information gained from at- THE E-R FOR

Bids for the projects will be received County; Mr Desmond Bishop, Jefferson -tending.Mr Mac's Furniture &
until 2:00 p. m# April 22 County; Mr Harry T Reid. and Mrs Dan Gregol have

1960, at which time they will be I Hamilton County; Mr A H Wentworth arrived to spend some time with

publicly opened and read in the Taylor County; and Mr her sister Mrs Ran Terry. Appliance

Board Room, County Courthouse, i Ress !Mills Suwannee County. Others WOODMAN OF YEAR WAY / WEGERi
Madison Florida. I attending the luncheon meeting .
Mr and Mrs C C Crafton
Drawings, Specifications General i were: Dr Marshall Hamilton, President .I II \
Conditions, Instructions to Bidders I of NFJC; Dr Blanche Hardy, family attended Woodmen Family ,

and Form of Proposal may be obtained Director of the Guidance Center; night Monday night at Madison.Mr bacco Is being planted gardens I

from the Office of the Architect Dr William L Maloy. Division or Crafton was chosen a* Woodman are stow river Is out ponds overflowing .

Emil G Ball 6208 Arlington Guidance State Department of Education of the year and was presentedwith fish are biting, roads are
Road, Jacksonville 11, Florida, and D PHONE HU :3-2530 MADISON. FLORIDA
; and Dr Beverly Swan A plaque. Mrs Grafton was terrible, rabbits are plentiful, wind
nil bid made In accordance therewith
vision of Guidance, State Depart-
also honored with a gift Is cool moon is full and that's

General contractors. obtain ment of Education Nature Note --Corn is up to- enough for now
Dr Hardy announced that the ..
two sets of drawing and specified representatives from the Division -- ------

tions by making a $40 deposit for of Guidance in the State Dept
each project which will be re-
funded to those firms making bona -Education commended the Super IN MOBiLOAS ECONOMY RUM-

fide bids when drawings and sped. intendents for their five-county:
fioatlons cooperative program and said that
are returned in good con-
dition. General contractors not submitting the program will be cited In the

a bona fide bid must return Department's ,state report to the
the drawings and 'specifications U S Office of Education as an outstanding RAMBLERAMERICAN

ten or more days before the date example of what can be S

set for receiving bids In order to done through a cooperative effort

receive' the refund. Material dealers

may obtain complete sets only of
drawings and specifications for 120
per set which must be returned ten CUSTOM WINS :

or more days prior to, bid opening ending Apr 12th
In order to receive a .refund. Gen
eral contractors may obtain addi- Max Mia nt.

tional complete sets at 520 per set, Wednesday 75 43'00

under the same conditions of re. Thursday 85 56 .90
fund as set forth above for General Friday 4- ,87 GO ..00''' OVERALLCOMPACTS
Contractors. Additional drawingsmay Saturday 80 57

be procured through the Architect .' Sunday 62 47 .t00.

by Contractors and Material Monday 71 37 ,00

Dealers upon payment of cost of Tuesday 80.. 46 ,X00
reproduction, which \\'nl. not be 11 ; WITH 28.35 M.P.G.

refundable. ,... '
A certified or cashier's check or Total \ ?n 4

bid bond, properly executed In a Rainfall week ending Apr 9th at

cum not less than 5% of base bid. Gibson Tower 3.10 In, Lovett .--.
Rambler wins again! Under official
payable to the Board Of Public Instruction Tower 3.00 in, Aucilla Tower 220n '' 4.
r USAC supervision a Rambler Amer-
must each k1 4
accompany pro- Madison G
forestry headquarters 4
; "
posal as a guarantee that the : icon Custom scored best gas mileage : .
.60 in.Sun
Bidder will promptly enter Into p ......... of all cars-28.35 lrt.P.G.-in the .
agreement to do the work and rises Apr,15th 6:07 am,, sets II. # "S S
.: fr ,. 17th running of the MobOgas Economy Run. /40
furnish a pe onnancc'bond in the :02 pm. All cars were equipped with automatic trans

sum of 100% of the contract. Each :Moon rises Apr 15th 11:21 pm. mission-and were chosen at random by USAC ;
proposal when submitted must beclearly Moon In constellation of Scorpio 'z; -
officials from dealer showrooms or factory assembly
marked cover'ith
on the Apr 15th.
the Bidder's name and the name of lines. ,
High tide Apr 15th at St Marks
the project The Board reserves theright light 4:47 am. ,,', No car owner should expect to match in everyday
to reject any or all bids and ...
to waive any informalities., I : driving the mileage achieved in this test by

THE BOARD OF PUBLIC IN- Henry Dearing of Hazelhurst, Ga Rambler or any of the other cars. However this .

STRUCTION OF MADISON COUNTY was a visitor here Tuesday. He test provides additional proof that Rambler do-

FLORIDA.BY came to attend the annual meeting livers best gas mileage wherever you drive.

: GRIFFIN BISHOPTO of Madison Industries, In'h1ch

BE PUBLISHED: company his uncle, the late C W S

April, April 8, and April 15 I960 Sinclair, was a stockholder. ,1 FOR-AMERICA'S LOWEST-PRICED, MOST ECONOMICAL CARS, SEEnInch. -,

CEApp1EeS. 53.Ftri Pick5151 ., Vickers Implement Co. '!:

BmriM s."Iy Ct. mm MOTOR) CO. 4


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f Mr- and- -Mrs G 3 Tindall and.I, Mrs Margaret Sharp entered T f s Concord Baptist ,

lamily of Columbus visited friends'Tallahassee Memorise Hospita : CYPRESS ELECT
r end relatives last week end at !I ,
Madison Pinetta and Lee. .- |Monday for treatment I I GARDENS! !Church Revival I W. R. (BUSTER) r 1



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(Paid Politic AdVt) ,

t .v mQison t k' DIES IN LAKE CITY ... i if
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.9Ya. .
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ga ; ,Willie Lee Thomas 72. a nativeof ,: .
Madison County and a .retiredarmer t
who had lived in Lake "" -
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City since 1950 died there Satur { TN Only fully qualified ..
96es P gcegI day. Sericet'ft'e held at 3 p m 1
candidate forCOMMISSIONER /f
Hi ( AC I Tuesday at the Midway Baptist ,
Church In Madison County .
I : I Included among: the survivor '.;,. ..
C I. '- OF ..
I AsseeninManVMademoiselle" :are his wife four sons and three
.: \ ;daughters one of whom is Mrs: AGRICULTURESuccessful :

r I : I .;: Doris Terry of Madison; also REV. W. H. LOVETT
I,I '; i: 71 --. two sisters, Mrs Mary Webb or EVANGELIST f.lwsaf .... a
j I. lladison, and Mrs R W Fox of ,
4 ,. Spring Revival Services will be u.c.h4 Ia FUf y School
.: I'r '''o'ogroph.d In !h. lItO Lake Wales; 28 grandchildren and! gin Sunday April 24 and continue .. S. D sr.. IN Af ric.ltvrU. .
I .. Art pJoct of St TltonHS' in rive great-grandcihildren. .f ne.Mi. "
through May 1 at the Concord
: '''' IJoedsfu' kf ..Vttete-
Ih, Virafc
Baptist Church at Lovett Florida. .' -
: Mo"iM.11. M.NLiis
,\ .. ,,a'v. r 100.0. In *''if "*0'j Mr and Mrs J L Wyche had as Services will be at night only, ...... .......... nkeN
the week end Mrs
guests past 7:30 2
at p. tn.
; *. fJeMe Aprknksep.
I ,. I on* d 0A <*pas kfr" Vyche's sister, Mrs D B Torn andDdrs The viiiting evangelirt will be ,.,... ,.. ) f
l flyrcrr
fefot" with cor with Henry L Covington Jr of Jack- Rev W II "Wimpy Lovett. Pastor l. 1tnwM
'j \ walt Week: w Ut lomille. of the New Hope Baptist Church
.. 5 Ie 15.' .
V-.. -*te x- In Mari&zma Florida. Rev. Lovett RM/
i '
t.o $2255 The Audrey Newman Circle will U married and father of four children METHODIST CIRCLES h ILU f'at
j I :F.. I meet Monday, April 18. at 8 p. m. lie has pastoral numerous / '
5 I .' at the home of Mrs II D Roberts.Cchoslesses churches in Florida and Georgia and .. / CHUCiDECORATED
f' )4.. ,fi will be Mrs Ceo Hen studied at the Baptist Bible Institute Mrs J L Sullivan and Mrs W ;H
try and Mr Xlaada Jones pt Gnacevinc. FU. and Norman Williamson were joint hostesses to .
College, Norman Park. Ga. Hadden-Morrav Circle .4
rro BREEDER'SFASHION Song service begins promptly at aftternoon at Mrs Sullivan's home RGAS
: I. COUNTER TOPS 7:30 p. m.Everyone. with eleven members. Mrs WlWam-

.. & GIFT SHOP APPLIANCES ** cordially invited to lion gave a spiritual life though
;. Co attend.VIRGIL appropriate to the Easter season
i j. < I ', i ; etzer Shopping Center LOVETT, Pastor I The Circle voted to make a cone A
II (Adr-t) button toward a $100. life membership .
I II ; u Madison Fla. JJU 3-6850 I : to a past-president of WSC
I Mrs C A Blalock and made plan
cup p. rf Lawn Mower Service r
for the Egg Hunt Saturday MrMatheny 0t

Repairing and rebuilding; also any I gave the study lesson 01Afrkti. ;..,

J type small engines repaired salad .course TThe of hostesses pressed served chicken.8,

: ivafew pound cake nuts and coffee ..
7: $ McWilliams GarageAllan Mrs J C Register entertained the' -
'j Newe Helen Parramore Circle with 11

Kyle Beggs small son of members and one visitor MrZarrie
Mr and Mrs Ashley BcjtKS, was Adklson of Punta Gorda. Mr .. .4
baptized Sunday morning at the ft C Dickinson read the Upper
First Methodist church, and his Room devotional and Mrs L i C I
lc mother was received into member- cass gave a spiritual life though I II ui
J ship. Others received were Carol ,,011 Spring Gardens. Mrs J B DavIs: G
Elizabeth Kennedy. Francis Floyd rave a lesson on the study of I
Bishop James Edwin Blalock. and : Africa. The hostesses served 1 A .. C.-
Mary Ann and William Martin) Jerry pie, nuts and coffee. .1 ....;., COCOJT
Cherry The Rev Paul Touchton I! Mrs Rosa Hay entertained th< EGG IB
4 vices, with the choir singing ) ser-I I I ntmben. Mrs Hay read the Upper DECORATED FRUIT
4Jt t. .:. "G. oria In Ex Jsis." I Room devotional and Mrs J B liar EGG u
,We Believe In The Kingdom of_f W read an Easter Sermon at the
.'..,r I t .; God was the topic of the sennoru .fbd, hour. The hostess Rr\'OO j PINK MARSHAL1
The altar flowers were honoring she. coffee and mints. PEEPS PKbLAY
the wedding anniversary of Mr C Mrs Emmie K Howerton enter-
P[ Kelly and the late Mrs Kelly by t tined the Janie Paul Circle will
1'EltO. their daughter Mrs Emmie R. ight members. Mrs T C Coodj; .
Howerton.Mr read the Upper Room 'devottoI131.Plans ..
::Dtf were made for the Men'"
aloud AND ONLY
Carrie Adkison of Punta Club supper next Tuesday evening.
Including lUllED I TREASURE I Gorda is here for a. visit with her rid for the Easter Egg Hunt. Mr

1 r Whit I treat I NOW a Urtt cup of) Super Sot Orange daughter 111"1.S. A Smith, and Marshall t'uding chapter Hamilton on gave the study the con 01 f
Sberbert and VamlU let Cream-sod I tfrfwrnt plastic axn1YY. CAK!
Buried Treasure in tack cop-afl far tiff 0f. Yes,24 Africa.
different kinds of toy figures to collect Km hm mtk 'I
this pod eating Super Sue Special.Get tome IHIJ. 56 Obey. 4dr.HARDEEJflOTORCO.$895 Easter Candies *

-, A different sur-PRIZE in EVERY
Sue tufted Treasure Cup. .. PANGBURKS-BELLE CAMP
Super <<\
-, -** f .... .** .... ,_ .. a ;. MASHED

\ r / Smith Drug Stofr a

ahead irrsfyle: .iiB.atSwhyF : : --- J
years *,.:: ,m--w T Hollingsworth _
; William Tomlinsor
: )Ir' and Mrs -
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and children Don and Ann in UIII_

is ahe-M-in: sales !; Tallahassee Saturday to go tc A
f aiattahoochee to attend the wdJng *

them-ta look and In of Mrs UoUln -orth's' niece,
The "bug bites thousands of people Galaxie gives
every week deed- n elegance denied to all b tTheY'e )fiss Beverly Caldwell and Terry
been dririnr highpricedcars costlier cars. tunklcr which took place in the
1 F year after y lNr- But suddenly And Clinic gives them all this for Irst Baptist Church there. She
: ,r, ,they sprout out in. i960 Ford Galaxies, 1rtea tress what they*** pact: In' the"I11eY're I ras the guest of Mr and Mrs Tort FRU

pleased and switching proud as to punch.Galajde because past Plus a selfsame high resale values.value!are limon until Monday when she retimed -

they want that years-ahead 'IbunckrADd these home with Mrs Frank .
bird look with a glamour and grace' crafted Into every car we sell-from ..: tavte, who had spent the day Iiiutnrcy. .
Ford Falcon 1
> that won't ever wear thin. Thundcrbird to new .
They're going for Galaxie because Come let us pm.e It!
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I Time Trials 6:3$ 3f

} First Race 8:00 PM

'" I r_ ADMISSION $1.25 ,.
r the' legalatbest IsHARDEE I
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CO. Myy
MOTOR ', ')Uneola. take right turns for 4
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,,1.. Sec Ford Startime in Living Color Tuesdays on NBC TVT ') ? i
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I A. K. Black Circuit JudgeBY I 1 I K
On the indicated date and at the following place

r in Madison County, Dr. J. A. Davis, veterinarian, will
R. L. STRICKLAND, PUBLISIIER LAKE CIT> REPORTER aa vaccinate dogs and other pets against rabies. The charge
This newspaper proudly endorses A K Black for the for this vaccination is $1.50 per animal.
important office of Circuit Judge of the Third JudIcialDistrict.
:Mr Black possesses all necessary r r
persuade us to make this endorsement. lIe is, by .y For Easter MUST BE VACCINATED AGAINST RABIES

far best qualified candidate among those who seek N NN
N City Hall Saturday May 7th.Easter .
need of and
the office and our community is greatly ... .
would profit by having a resident Judge. LUNCHEON COMPLIMENTSMISS
Our County l leads in the number of lawyers in the SIMS Dr Marshall Hamilton. Presidentof
Circuit per county and from all indications, at least one- calililesPANGBURN'SBELLE the North Florida Junior College,
half of the legal business in the Circuit is transacted 1. CAMP spoke to the Madison PTA last Tues
right here. It is common talk and knowledge that, by Mrs Lewell R Sanders enter.: day. April 12. in the School Cafe-
having a resident Judge in Lake City all litigants will tamed with a luncheon Saturday, Smith Drug Store torium. I
save many dollars that would otherwise necessarily be April 9th in the Cub Room at the .
spent in going out of the County in search of a Judge.,, VOTE Blanche Hotel in Lake City honoring Miss Mary Lou Oxendine of
It is only fair that the outside lawyers and litigants Miss .Ruth Sims popular Mrs Rosa Hay left Thursday Live Oak was the weekend guestof
should now come to Columbia I County, since we have 0. ROBERT bride-elect The Club Room was morning for Fort Lauderdale to Miss; Shirley Davis.COUNTER .
been 49 years without a resident Judge. artistically decorated with white spend Easter with her son and
Keith, or "Bud,"' the names by which Mr Black is moms pink carnations and azaleas. family, Mr and Mrs W T Hy
most generally known to his fellow citizens has by far BELL The hoooree lovely in an original and daughters Rosalind and Mar- TOPS I

i more experience in the active practice of law than any model of pink Jersey trimmed with tha.. G-E APPLIANCES
and this factor alone is highly persuasive
other candidate I" YOUR satin wore a pink Cymbidlum
in consideration of the man who can fill this import-\ '; orchid KITCHEN CABINETS11UI"R1
corsage presented by the
56 Ford Fordor $795
ant post wIt ]i JUDGEFIRST t hostess.
is well remembered that within a few hours after*

Pearl Harbor he 'offered Ms services to our Country. He .DiSTRICT Mrs the honoree James ,Lewis and Mrs Sims James motherof EHardee HARDEE MOTOR CO.
was accepted and entered the Army where he served
mother of the
OF APPEALFOR prospective
with honor for three-and one-half years. He was the.first COyRT
and enter NORTH FLORIDAAN bridegroom, were among the guests. .
official Florida to resign from office
public issued Other Madison guests were Mrs l"/ CHICK THI JOI... yf CHECK'THE MAN ...
the service; and for his outstanding service, he was EXPERIENCED ATTORNEYAND
R C Dickinson, Mrs W C
a special citation by our Government. He served COMBAT VETERAN FLIER Copeland
two terms .as Post Commander of American. Legion Post WHOSE OPPONENT IS THE HI and Mrs Fred Freeman. TOGETHER.
?No. COLLINS' POLITICAL APPO 7- Lake City guests included Mrs

67.Mr Black, with his wife, Lassie, also a native of Columbia Eli E A Wright Sr, Mrs Carl L Allison 0JECT
County have given most freely of their time and (Paid pot caJ ad.) Sr, Miss Myrtle Kirby, Miss
of the of They Anne Lee Allison Mrs Nelson:
goods for the betterment youth our area.
have reared three fine' children, all of whom are success CONSERVATIONby Blocker, Miss Ann Wilby, Mrs Ai
ful and accomplished; and certainly from his vast storeof ( L C Bruncr. G Paul, Mrs S D Summers Mrs
legal and personal etfrterience, he has the understanding (SoU Conservation Service) A K BlACk, Mrs Harold Morgan I
Charles Waters, a student of Mrs Virgil Green Mrs Carson
and wisdom' with which to meet the problems and '
needs of young people. Madison High School, won first Brittain, Mrs Theo Kirby, MrsL '
Mr Black was born and reared in Columbia County place in the Madison Soil Conservation H Mathis, Jr Mrs Robert Turner u

He attended the .local public schools and is a graduate' District Oratorical Contest Mrs Phillip A Browning and commissioner of AGRICULTURE
of the law college of the University of Florida. lie has held in the Greenville High School Miss Frankie COM.
been a taxpayer for about 30 years and has, during this auditorium last Friday. Mary Helen The hostess gift to Miss Sims FARMER BUSINESSMAN '. LEGISLATOR .
period, always been keenly and actively interested in the Hadden tof Pinetta placed second, was a silver covered dish. ,.,. W. .4...
has had interest in and Phillis Faulk, third Carolyn --------
community's progress. special ; -- -------
furthering the forestry rictivities of our area. Davis of Pinetta and James Bailey
In his profession )Ir. Black is most outstanding. He of Greenville received honorable YOU MAY ATTEND AFree -
is considered capable, well trained and is recognized by mention from the judge* for the
his fellow lawyers, as a leader in the field of law He holds I fine job they did. Each speaker reeefeed Demonstration
membership in an honorary legal fraternity. He was a beautiful. rosctta and aeasr
awarded a certificate of service, signed by every memberof award. The topic,for the
the Lake City Bar, for his outstanding activity as I yettng people was How Soil and Meeting
. President of the Lake City Bar Association Under his j Water Conservation Affects the \
leadership, the Lake City Bar was selected and given first Urban Population. of the '
place in the State for its achievements He was, by the Water represented the Madison I r '
complete and unanimous written endorsement of every District in a ten-county area ora- DALE CARNEGIE URSE. \
member of the Bar of the Third Judicial Circuit nominat- ., torfeal contest held at a luncheonin AGRICULTuri '
od and elected to the important office of the Board of r Lh'e Oak Thursday of. this : COUNTY BUILDING

Governors of the Florida Bar on which he is now servingas ". k."I11e contest b designed todevelop r Madison, Florida ..
'' Dale \
member. '
rural and
Judge Hal W Adams, of Mayo, who is now Circuit leadership, and to stimulate agricultural Interest Girnegfe f Friday_ Night, April 15, Only "

Judge, is seeking, r lcction. He has served 16 years as in conserving our natural .

County Judge of Lafayette county. Also this will make resources.Mr COME. NO OBLIGATION Observe How Others
his 35th year as Circuit Judge and if re-elected to a 6- Eugene: Mugce served as 0 Develop Confidence Y.
year term will make a total of 57 which feel is
year, master of ceremonies and explained .
M "s
REMEMBER! 7:30 P. :
too long to give:any one man in public office. We think the origin of the contest and ,' 0 Increase Income :,

he should retire] traced its development to the present .COUNTY AGRICULTURAL BUILDING Meet People Easily
We feel Keith is far the candidate '
by most qualified f .
.".. ,.t to fill this important office and we urge you to vote for, Messrs Gene Stroud Wiley Sir- For Information call Bob Wilson. Phone HU 3-220L ft Speak Effectively"a.\ ,.

and" elect Mr. A. K. Black, & native son. Circuit Judge on man and Buddy Lundy'.snved as Presented by Florida Institute5ponsorro By Jaycees '
'May ;3, 1960. .
judges of the speaking contest
(Paid political advertisement) .. .. .. s.-. ., '" .. >!t.,
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'WATCH THE E-R FOR JNTOiCEOFIfflB"The ,..... ,. '

.MtcVFHTBtare & .

Board of County Commission'
: ApplWtce era of Madison County, Florida,' -
will accept bids ,on RC-1 and RC-2 fr 1 w, '
1 FORMAL OPENING Asphalt, delivered to arty point In v
Madison County, at their next regu- p 0.
_.- --- hr meeting which will be held on
DIXON-SPENCER MARRIAGEIN :May 4, '1960 at 9:00 a. m. The ,
CREENVILLE Board reserves the right t9 reject .
any and all bids. ,

Mr J T Dixon of Lee and Mrs DALE }.{. LESLIE,, Clerk I...
Board of Commissioners
Rosa Spencer of Palatka were U rh f '
Madison Florida. 33-2t-ch ,.. -'& .
County, il.J t ; '
united In marriage at 10:00 a m --- -.- --- -- --- t

Sunday, April 10th in the' home of '57 Ford Wagon clean 'CI ..,h..,', ,.. .',,.:.;
and Coker in o\
the Rev Mrs R W l '
Greenville. Mr Dixon is brother of '.; ... ?
Mrs Coker's. Mr Coker performed Car $1095
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Judge Curtis -:
the and .
ceremony 'If .
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Earp and Mr L L Harper were HARDEE MOTOR CO. :, ':
1f. "
guests. The couple left immediatelyafter I .
for Jacksonville .*..y..,.,., ". '
-the t '
where they will reside.Letmufflertail. MAKE APPLICATION ,FOR
FINAL DISCHARGE ..<. .:;. l ..
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pipe experts check yaw In the In Estate Probate.TO of. W C Prince,I "',, .,*. .{ '..-.... '..-......To' h.lp you live bttttr electrically f wei ,. .

ALL WHOM: IT MAY CON-! toward the installation r, .,:
emus! system free! CERN: will pay $ZS w ';.
G W .* H h electric ron flt and wal r ; .
Notice{ is hereby given that \ cost of <
Muffler and tail pipe Harmony has filed his final Motet that rtplaces a Home-type> oppliarxt. -
of the
report as Administrator estate -
installed far ndy of W C Prince, deceased; that a So switch to modem electric .';. j'iW' .
he has filed his petition for final, .
discharge, and that J* will apply to : cooVIog and wot r ktating NOW fvll' ., ,;:tt
S. 19c the Honorable Curtis D Earp County Ji.* *' this t'ol offer Is In .Nett for :: -: ,
Judge of Madison County.Florida sp .7 ,'' .
of April i960,. derails, sN YOV' dflal.r l Of plumber oec9ntoci .:., L:
DAVIS on the 25th day ...... J-i i1''\ 'J""i'
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SERVICE STATION)!( estate ofV C Prince deceased, ,
This 23rd day of March. I960. ..' (tti.1\JJO: JDA rO Vf R CORE D ,1

HU 3-6601 MADISON FLA.I G. W HARMONY. \." """ ".
Administrator of the estate of :
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Are you peddling insurance,
its- Easter Candies k
t ', / tranquilizers, shoes, or auto-

Y M mobiles? Keep the public informed PANGBURtTS-BELtB CAMP

; .\ / of your valuable ser
I s Smith Store
erlca Oe./ ,icesith an inexpensive Drug

1 i "At. weekly ad in The E-R, saying

I 'fl. OI- nice things about local folk FORMER RESIDENT DIES
,:f / since 1865. IN MIAMI
I II Relatives here have been advised
I \ -- For Easter v CHANNEL '56 Ford Pikapu $750 of the recent death in Miami of
I k Mrs Audrey Zachary, who hadbeen
c ( MASTERTRANSISTOR ill following a heart attack
07 "'rr Legion, Auxiliary last December. She is rememberedin

\ ,RADIOYou Madison, her girlhood home, as
Elects New OfficersDie DR SANDS RECEIVES Audrey Warren

i OUTSTANDING CERTIFICATEDr She is survived by three children

Mrs Elizabeth Jolley of
Greenville Unit No. 131 t ; :L : John E Sands. Dean of North
North Carolina, Mrs George Ann
'. American Legion Auxiliary met 1 Florida Junior College has been
at the home Advanced Pons of Miami and Ronnie Baldreeof
of Mr Lawton Bum- awarded a Rank I Post
ctt Monday. April 11. and elected Graduate Administrator's 'Certificate Miami, also by a brother
R the following officers: President. in the fields of Psychology Administration George Warren, also of Miami, r:

Mrs Laura Nell Culen; first vice- Supervision Education
president, 'Mrs Jessie Burnett; b and English. This announcement Friends are glad to see S ,D
second vice-president, Mrs Frankie ; was made by the State Department Medlin out after having suffereda
Yohock; recording and correfpond-I never of Education following Dr heart attack :
ins secretary, Mrs Ruth Reams, Sands successful completion of postdoctoral
treasurer Mrs Kathryn Brannan heard It so good! work at Florida State University WATCH THE E-R FORMac's ,
historian Mrs Jan Brown; chaplain,' last semester.
.. ': Mrs Mauler Powell; Sgt-at-Arnts,I' RICH TONE..FULL According to the State Departmen Furniture & t

Mrs Annelle English and associate I': VOLUME RANGE... of Education this Is the highest
SRt- at Arms Mrs Shirley Peavy.In certificate offered by the State of
the First Step other business, the Auxiliary!i. HIGH SENSITIVITY Florida. Certification In five fields Appliance

voted to co-sponsor a refreshment I S matched transistors, plus h unusual but Dr Sands pursued:
1 L booth with the Greenville Post 131. ,'his doctorate with double majors; FORMAL OPENING
1 diode and 1 thermhter.ptestic
important American Legion at the political I'I and double minors all the way
All "first steps" (including baby's) are ttoaaratue/s/ caw. X
j, important is first step toward making rally in Greenville, Thursday April i through.
f your modal' .... 830ft I IIIY i This ,certificate is valid for tenyears.
and for (includingbaby'This 28.Plans
the future secure happy your family were alsd made to o erom' '!'I Before it can be ,renewed
) : of course, is to open a savings account here Day Tuesday May 3. I' S2475WA Dr Sands must take an additional o rt
.i and set-up a purposeful 'program of systematic savings! Officers oT Greenville.{ Monticcllo I'six semester hours of postdoctoralwork I
and Cherry Lake Units will be'' L'POs.a in residence at some accredited
Installed in a joint service in the lIIIU..t ......w..Ma .. university to bring him up-to-date in

t'B I NK OF GREENVILLE day.American June Legion 2. Hall here Thurs I ;.:.:.;>.>.1......._....=.....-...-= o2. the latest developments in, his field.oooaoooooa.

.D I FEDERAL INSURANCE DEPOSIT. Mrs Burnett aerved+ delicious refreshments \ tsP :: :: :::::: : :

f t CORPORATION '' during the social hour. You call ete.t 9 '0 s Goodyear Tires $12.95
LEADERS' BANQUETDr '- livery"Ite" 670 x 15, All-Weather, tube-type,
9 9I CA> )IDATES-Don't be too John E Sands, Dean of Northttorida plus tax and recappable tire. '

I I conservative about proclaiming I Junior College, will be the r. ::

Best Qualified your virtues in an E-R ad..Re principal speaker at the Mtdison :.WEGER MESSER
High School's 'Student Leaders'
'By Far 1 member your opponents are Banquet" Friday night in the School Call 3.4340 hassee Talla-

I not likely to say many. good afctorium. His topic will be The Battery & Tire Co. Collect

things about you. Teacher: The Unsung Hero of our Ph. IIU 3-2530 Madison. Fla. !

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L I Treasure Hunt .

I Florence Coody entertained Satj :.I\!VALUE AND PRICE STORY LIKE THIS .I

J j urday with a luncheon at Madisor!
I Restaurant and a treasure hunt latci .. n
: j at her home honoring her weekend .

guest, Patty Dickinson, of 1 hassee. Pries of large candy''Eas MERCURY THE BETTER CAR a}

ter Dickinfon .
eggs were won by Patty
and Melissa Lee ,Cecelia and .. 7(1
4P Adair Bryant of Ocala were, presented '$"
with gifts, as also was La-
I Moyne Hancock on the occasion! of t.:. :.:11 I
her birthday. Candies and bubblegum
were favors for Jhc guests. I
'Le f Guests were Melissa Lee Cecctia 4IrQ: .?.!ri?'

and Adair Bryant, Mae Merchant \..
Re L I' '
Bonnie Hamilton, Mary Helen Kar- A k 0 iA A A 'V'f: .
stedt, Susan Weger, Sandra Grims- 9 ) 0 1.1 : "
ley, LaMoyne and Diane Hancockand ,. ,. : .,
---- Terry Ragans. '

Presbyterian Supper Mrs J E Hardee leaves today to "' \ 'jj' :, '1".
spend Easter in New York.x StUdjusliBf brake! They Up to Ol poaada more wrists lath body inMlatma mike. Up to S'more wheeib.aebettee t, ...
And ServicesMen -- need tw periodic djortaarfit.. mesas: far man road stability*. Mercury far quitter to driw.\ ride than other low-price arse "
The Presbyterian girls' circle met
Tt.e- day evening with Beverly Gibe \ .,,
sea with eight members and Mrs
Walter Harris, circle leader, attend ...
of the PresbyterianSunday ',
ing. Shirley Merchant presided
School ..
entertained the ladies at a
when plans were made for a picnic
supper Sunday evening as resultof
a '
Die The
Friday after Easter. study
the women's having been winners
of the Lord's Prayer was continued.,
in the recent Sunday School
Cold drinks and cookies were served! 1
test About seventy-five members The circle ...
attended meets next with Patty. :
Following supper the PresbyterianYouth
Fellowship conducted services Up to 26% larger brau..w." Up to 6&2 co. to. more foot Up to 5* wider boot door Longer heavier rear cprinc tcp
In the sanctuary. ADVISORY BOARD MEETS I to 49 wj. in. nor liaiaf. '.rooaa "! for easier entry and ink l for a smoother softer ride.eteetri .
The Licensed Practical Nursing
Freddy Hughes leader. Miss
Professional Advisory Committee!
I -
Gayle Coffee read the Scripture
will meet tonight at 8 p. m. in the
and Misses Toni Jean Wells, Harriet
nursing program at North Floridathe
Gandy, Beverly Gibson and Nell +
:Torfleet made talks on the Bible second floor of the old hospital

the living, working, judging Book. in Madison.
Jimmy Copeland was pianist and This Advisory Board is part of a r

the Junior\ choir sang a special num.ber recently added one-yetr practicalnursing
James program at North Florida
accompanied by Mrs
Junior College. Mrs Virginia P
Copeland and directed by Mrs
Charles Knox.OLD Kenned'. R N, is the Director of I ,
the NFJC Licensed Practical! Nun- 3.._ trtada&leUi Safer boat-binged boodwilli! HeaTirr bampen tad grilW- M.rearrto.d-ksts Mt7.w;.
Ing Division, which has a current wipes d *r erra the crater. interior drivcr mlllllllllU:" ::;liiHIt" ::::::;j:::"::i ....::" ,: .:,. enrollment of twelve students.

TIRESARE The of following the Advisory persons Committee are members : Mercury prices start $63 to s.66 below even the lowest.-

From Madison Dr Marshall Hamilton -
President of North Florida priced V-8 powered Plymouth Fury or Chevrolet Impala : ;

Junior College: Mr Frank M, Davis .........4 "", ,,,w pe,........ Jot .
Hospital Administrator Madison .... .' .
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Dorothy Shaw Director of Nurses 1/ II' ,
Spring Tire Sale is now going Madison County Memorial Hospital; J. ,. -;',
on-COme in and get your set Dr C L Mattes, Madison County J
Health Officer: Dr Thomas Bouland, .
of Firestone Tires. Now at a Madison County Medical Society; :,: .: .

great savings. Mr Evelyn May R N; Mrs Eulene i J. '(it. ':
Wells LPN. a
From Live Oak: Mr H H Hair '
Administrator Suwannee County J.U. *
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i' DAVISSMCESTATON Hospital; Mrs Catherine Hurst, Di- '' .
rector of Nurses Suwannee County ,
Hospital; Dr James F Dietrich.
Suwannee County Medical Association t
; Mrs Danny J Mills. R N. Su HARDEE MOTOR CO.
wannee County Hospital; Mrs
Blanche Bass. LPN Suwannee
Phone HU 3-6601, Dia ieen. Fk.J County Hospital: and Dr J Harland

Paul, Suwannee County Health Officer. CORNER BASE &: HANCOCK STREETS, MADISON, FLA.
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.AI we'greet celebrate this
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t ,experts check,ywr Friday-Saturday, April 1% 1fLI'L AND SHOE .
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Slow Up And Let The Children Grow Up ,

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I : DertUMl Bea4la" Romans f f-U. 11' ." ,
day of the week, very | ,j 1. '

HelM MW early in the morning r .:,'\ "I .

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Ibeon for 17, 1960 .
April /
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< '" ulchre .bringing the ", :..., ( :', ._., .. .
CHRISTIAN life U not just C
THE added to the came old :1 tpiocs which they had prepared, and certain. othert with them. :., "' at t \ 'H.. :
tife. It la not an ordinary life plus : '
I i aet of good resolutions, or good : j 2 And they found the stone rolled away from the K tlrdu : f t't't : "
fctentlona. It la not an ordinary .
Afe plus certain : \ 3 And they entered in, and found not the body of the Lord '. ,t r ..i, ,;" .
beliefs most : .,' : ; (* \ '
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people don't have.r.cklng ., r.o. Je tus. 4 And it came to $xs as-they were much perplexed 0' .'. .. : :
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changed Is notb.comlnl' -;' w : '
a y afraid, and bowed : "
Chrlatlan.Chri.IU&n' 4"., ''
life U -or---. down their (aces'to the .
new LIFE, new Dr. Foreman "' ; ... \' .0

BEING. The whole thing la new, I earth, t they', said unto :_ .
from the heart out. : .
I them, Why feel ye the 't :. ,
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On the calendar we are In' the 2)) t\ S living among Ihe dead '. : ,f':1:
midst of the Easter season.In our .
Bible study we are In the midst i 6 He is .not. Here but .' '
of the Sermon on the Mount Have 4I I
the two any connection? Apparently h / is risen: 'remember ,
not, some would aay. Easter
celebrates something that happen how he s ales 'unto 1 WORDS
'ed to Jesus. The Sermon on the

Mount Is something for us to work ,.. you when he was yet a. ," '-. .
out, a pattern for living Christ ii .H f, :
ascended to heaven but we'are here in Cal'1-lce, 7 Saying, on earth. He lives above the sky St
not In any world we could reach : The Son of man must OFETERNAL
with a spaceship but in the spirit- ,

world of heaven. We live under ..<. ;: be delivered into the Y .
clouds, real clouds with rain in, '
them. I hands of sinful men,

In fact, living here on earth (we a.

.think) makes the Sermon on the ,, ,. and be crucified, and .. .-
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Mount even harder to live bye If .
jv9 were In heaven, now.. But at I the third day rise-again. -. ..t'\'/ !If '.. .,..

that point the Apostle Paul breakt ".1 .... ".. '. ... .
In. You are In heaven, he aayavPh* 4 "
but I can't be you aay.Tm* : not : .. ..,.( ..I", .r ..
dead even. Yes you are, he replies: THE CHURCH FOR ALL +' .
"You have died and your life is hid LIFE
with Christ In.God.
The Church it the greatest factor on earth for '. ; ?_ '( ..

Life WIttoit ill .the building of character and* good citizenship. .II :.
Paul' it strange, but
we can see language what he means to AY. It is a storehouse of spiritual values. Without a There was a day wherr some'ot the disciplesof Jesus became discouraged I < !

First he wai probably describing 1 strong Church, neither democracy nor civilizationcan and walked no more with Him. I
his own experience.He was*mystic sum e. There are four sound reasons why
nature,and he had meditated
ax>long on the death of Christ that every person,should attend services regularly and But when the Master asked the twelve 1 "Will ye also go away?" Simon.
be felt himself actually shatter support the Church. They are (I) For his S
own sake. (2) For his children! aka (3) For Peter answered, Lord, to whom shall we go? Thou hast the words of eternal ,
that death. Later mystics In the '
the sale of hu community and nation. (4) For life." /
history of the church have so concentrated ; .
1 on the sufferings of the sake of the Church itself, which needs his l
Christ on the cross that visible ,'
marks like nail-prints have appeared ( moral and material support. Plan to go to Never underestimate spiritual intuition! Peter sensed long before the. ;

In their hands and feet. church regularly and read your Bible daily. first Easter that Christ's. mission was to 1 lead men to eternal life!

However most Christians, then Day Book Chapter Verses
:'and now, are not mystics. For

them, Paul is speaking the ,language Sunday John 666.71 As Easter approaches, millions of men and women realize a spiritual

atrong figure of "as-lf.of speech He la to describethe using a (Monday Tuesday John Matthew ,,1: 14-21 16-22 Intuition.; It calls them to their churches to worship the Risen Christ. irf\

living Christian's the life of heaven.It la,now.aa It If were you, Wednesday John ,12 12-33 prompts them to embrace with new fervor convictions that..sometimes have.' .
Thursday Matthew 26 :
are really,one with Christ, you can 26-75 become casual. \ :
think of yourself aa having died Friday Luke 23 1-49.
,land risen again and living' "at the Saturday Titus 2 11-15 -

;right hand of Qod." :You are already :: ; Cherish that hunger for spiritual renewal Fortify it as Peter did with
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a citizen of that better:land ; \<"
Live aa If you were already there! ,( 'd'f ,, 7 .:.. an honest evaluation of man's helplessness apart from God. To Whom_shaft-

(One of the features of the life ol --- 4- $ we go? Only Christ offers the Truth and Life which are eternal.
heaven is that no sin is there. Sa '
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In heaven, and; .*s.a. citizen of I ....-.'.1...-.... G j7r1iN 7l t0,Ktitttt Atv. Strrtet,&r ilrf,V*.

heaven it doesn't belong in your ". \- \.,,',

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Another feature of the life "of .

leaven the Arisen"*life,freed6m r ; : ,r ''K
from the barriers set up by society agMK" fctt.fci.iium.Hiiiiiiiiiii 11 .- .i i n
(rightly or more often'wrongly These Religious Messages are being Published Each Week. Sponsored by the Following Individuals and
) in is a Social
Register doing in heaven? What r Establishments:
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colored brackets"skins beyond go the with grave colored? Do . . . rA

aouls? Paul refers to the most f ofnidable STORE ...
barriers of his day, those MADISON DRUG STORE WuJ.isRECORDING WESTERN AUTO 1 "',
between Greek and Jew, slave and STUDIO DUNN
'civilized, Rexall Store 712 J. J. Sale, Jr. Owner
free man barbarian and The HU 3- 327 BOX .:
and says plainly"here there cannot I MADISON, FLA Phone HU 3-2335. Madison Fla. MADISON'FLA.
be" these'distinctions. The Chris- Phone HU 3-2300. Madison, Fls- Phone HU 3-2340 ": .
IUan life, if it matches the life of

heaven distinctions must as be heaven aa free ia from such.- .. I, :f I' "J;'+.;,,Y\. l

Uovi All, Lore '
Paul mixes his figures speech .
J. B. DAVIS Inc.Madison. .
AS he very often does. Along with MESSER ,; AGENCY r
this picture of the Christian lift "' When your clothes are not beet "
Madison. Florida F7ot.C.CANTEY .
aa a risen life,he pictures '
heavenly BATTERY & TIRE Co. ,. coining to you they should j.o
it as a change of clothes. We can
almost hear him saying. All right, MADISON to us Phone HU 3-2353 f
FLORIDA .... ..... coming '
If this heaven-picture seems far- :: i. ...
fetched to you let'a try one you do -
understand. Everybody know r x
what it is to take off old dirty. j I and put on fresh ones Very
reU: you have put off your old BRYAN ELECTRIC CO. FRALEIGHA3SLEY.Teacs : "
nature, and
'OU.haYe put on anew ..
nature. (Dying and rising with Wiring and,, & TRACTOR CO. MOTOR CO STATION .lt. .
Christ, he would have said it.fey*'' .
lag aside a worn garment and taking MADISON, FLORIDA { Phone BU 3-2241. Midi.-. Fla Madison.. Florida ..dWJ1a.. '. r
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I ne 03i '.[:R K (II World's Capital] Cucumber ELEcTSamuel Y.

.......I. M MMCtfBMi.MUCM7M* AM MOvStk*CUTS .. IIOItI
Published Weekly Subscription $3.75 Per Year in Advance,, -

Delayed Renewals $4.00 Per Year Hardcc county, located in the C.

Advertising Rates :Made Known on Application southern part of the state, is a S. Smith

little smaller In population and .
Entered at the Madison Post Office a* second-class matter Juna ,.' f "
in than Madison county, kN
area ,
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L6. 1908 under Act of March 8, 1879. incomeIs < ,
but its effective buying .

i OWNERS: T. C. MERCHANT, T. C. MERCHANT JR. quite a bit higher. The coun- CIRCUIT JUDGE .

.: AND ASSOCIATES ty and the one adjacent, De-

Soto county, are the only two
rectangular countiesin Judicial Circuit.

:\i. JUNE 25, 1908 '. the state. The county is primarily .. ,
agricultural and is j
e'T. C. MERCHANT, Editor and Publisher known as the Cucumber Capital] o .', ." ",.: L-w--i

.' T. C. MERCHANT: JR., Managing Editor of the World. Other leading ..,,*.. ...J.J.. ... ;
i" MRS. A. W. YAWN, City Editor crops Include strawberries, tomatoes ;,1( .. ,- r'J' -:,.::,,..... .
: :MRS. W. E. WILSON, Advertising :Manager. r '
4: egg plants, squash, '...r"r

i': 0RIN D that some of them will make peppers, watermelons, string ': .. : :r .
,} beans, corn, Irish potatoes, '
the goal Downs, Hendrix and '
sweet potatoes, field peas, pea
McCorvey so far have made
ato nuts,_ forage, oranges, grape Born and reared in Madison
only token campaigns, and it istmb" County, Florida.Educated .
.- 0 oy fruit, tangerines, kumquats, I'
three weeks until the big
+ 1960lOH lemons and other tropical and
The two Republican candidates in Madison "
lost in the semi-tropical fruits. A .Cucumber County ; Emory University .:

usually Festival Is held each year and Cornell Law School.

Winter lingers 1,shuffle, have even begun to in the county seat, Wauchula, o !
t' fuss with each other over their 0

People in this section were votes. and a Strawberry Festival in ..0 ., Served in U. S.Army as Infantry Unit Commander. v
another town in the county, 1

rather week rudely end reminded that winter duringthe is Bowling Green. A state farm f<; ,;;::1'i{. Wounded three times in action, twice deco rated t

not over yet even though it waswell Of It ers' market and a livestock .fi' *-fr rtvery.
Making ,*
up in April and little cat ProspectsOf auction market are located in v .

kins had formed on many of course there are other Wauchula.fine pasture Hardee lands county and has is ).. !:z Married, living- with wife and five children in Lake ."
the trees and the Pride .
pecan state offices to be filled, even p* % ,
of India (chinaberry to us) a beef cattle center of great tY. ..*

trees were putting out.: Our though the Governor race commands importance. Purebred hogs, '\ .1

the most attention. and cattle also ,,
.thermometer dropped :Monday poultry dairy are '-
Eight are running for Secretaryof raised extensively. Hardee -'( ; ,
which would almost '
morning to 37, : j
State and six for Commissioner county was created in 1921 -1"
indicate ice in some more
of in addition -"<<. 7 w
Agriculture, from old DeSoto county and
exposed and colder parts of 'or" "
to the contests for Supreme named for Hardee ElectSAMUEL
was Cary ,
the county. The late R L Milliner !- ; .
told the writer once thata Court Justice, Appeal Court I Governor of the state at the

in Judge, Circuit Judge, Comptroller time. Wauchula, the name of V
frost Mayin
came away Up
1889 that killed corn high State Treasurer, and the county seat, is an old Indian

Railroad Commissioner. A former word meaning Sandhill Crane. S. SMITH
in the field. Hail fell in Greenville
Saturday afternoon and a Madison boy,'Jim Blanton, is Next week, Hendry county. .
running for the Railroad Commissioner
heavy rain washed out the
job. He has tried it
political speaking here for quitea ENTERTAINS AT SUPPER .
twice before, made good races PARTY /; fi Circuit. Judge Third Judicial Circuit .;; .
while although the candidates, each time, and has prospects of : ..... ;. .
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always ready to talk if anyone
making the grade this time.I Thed Fraleigh Jr, entertained
will listen, resumed after the
The Abram poll puts him in the with a supper party Wednesday

shower was over. lead. night at the Ashley Cherry Lodge (Paid Political Advertisement)

/complimenting Mist Barbara Nangh-

,. ton and her fiance William Turner ,
Like Pre-Ckistoas Beget.: The large recreation LUNCHEON HONORS VOTE

.' Free Tax Collectors As room was decorated with greenery Re-Elect Russ Dugan BRIDE-ELECT FOR

Time A fried chicken menu was served, Lamar Andrews

Wel As and the evening was spent informally School Board Member .
If the speaking program had PayersIncome by the eight young couples, Mrs Raeburn C Home and ,MrsJ FOR

started on time-It was more who Included the wedding attendants E Hardee were hostesses at a COUNTY COMMISSIONER f
tax day is here again: and their dates. The charming luncheon Saturday complimenting I
than hour and quarter late
an a ,District Three-Madison
As good citizens we should wtih Miss Barbara Naughton County
pay host presented the honorees
-the boys (well, one of the (Paid Political Adv).
up without too much frowning, silver in their pattern. I A QUALIFIED MAN bride-elect. Azaleas and Chero-
candidates is of the .
oppositesex in the honoree with
but the taxpayers have been kee roses lovely arrangement fruit cocktail by:
) would have had a larger Mrs D F Burnett accompanied 25 years experience in Florida centered the buffet table, and the the hostesses. Mrs F E Naughton,
taken for rides the
audience and would have got so many by her granddaughters Cecelia and Schools as Teacher, Coach,. and same beautiful spring flowers Mrs C E Russell and Mrs Turner

through before the rain. But tax spenders that they have Adalr Bryant, to Ocala Sunday Supervising. principal. were used to decorate the rooms Davis assisted the hostesses. The

it was all in quite good humor just cause to gripe. In fact, if after their weekend visit here. Mr open to guests. Luncheon was honoree received gifts of a serv
we don't fuss, they will spend Burnett remained here to be with Holds 3 decrees from Florida served buffet style to twelve tnjc tray and luggage rack from
and even though no momentous Universities B. A.: M. A. M. A. E.
more and more-probably will his sister Miss Agnes Burnett, guests. A toast Was proposed to the hostesses.You'll .
issues were settled the listeners who Is In the local hospital for.
do it any way, although the Pan Director of Florida Education
convinced that each
were of the
surgery. Find Gifts
brake the i AsMxiatlon. Distinguished
fussing may speed a
speakers really wanted the job 1 .
little Business houses are carry- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, 3rd I
being sought. Pre-election timeis Listed in Educational Who's Who.
ing a heavy load, what with Every Special Event
somewhat like pre-Christmas IN AND FOR MADLSO0OUYIT.IN _
being almost free tax collectorsfor CHANCERY.Son Former Educational Officer of'Tth _.. -0. ",
time; people are more friendly, 1NCV
the state sales tax and en- Jinks Plaintiffvs. Naval District. V
more concerned, especially the .
tirely free tax collectors for
-candidates, and handshaking in. Eddie Lee Jones Jinks, Defendant Former School .Trustee. atGREEN stAMPREDEMPTION
social security and withholding, DIVORCE .
.creases tremendously. In a ,
in addition to paying their own TO: Eddie Lee Jones Jinks, whose Former Neighborhood CornmijsJoner 'BNr
it is a little sad that all the address is unknown. Boy Scouts of America et

-candidates cannot get elected, taxes. __ You are hereby notified that a \ .. '. .

but they knew the rules before Complaint for Divorce: has 4 years experience as School Board
been filed against you, and you are Member. .
-they got Into the races and if CENTERS
required to serve a copy of yourArramwer a' '
one cannot smile through incase IfOriyReaswaWe or Pleading to the Complaint Presently District Manager of '\ .

he winds up on the short on the Plaintiffs Attorney Dcublcday Company Publishers. ..,.
If the attempted assassination Ernest M Page Jr whose address YOUR VOTE FOR RUSS DUCAN .
end, he ought not to havegotten
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Is fife the -
of the premier of South Madison Florida and IS A VOTE FOR BETTER -- .
in.TrkdeLn. merchandise In S&H
original answer or Pleading In the SCHOOLS t 7gushcd .
r Africa was to be, it is better office of the Clerk of the Circuit Green '
I (Paid for by Friends of Russ Dugan) Stamp Redemption '
that the attempt was made by Court In and for Madison County, :- make outstanding gifts for special
I I II I a white man-and even that Florida on or before the 7th day JOINT BIRTHDAY PARTY d -
occasions like
of May A D 1960. If you fail Weddings, birthdays,
< A few of the state candidates I has increased the tension that '
I to do so. Decree Pro Conf o will LaMoyne Hancock and Claire I y anniversaries and showers, '
arc getting into our section has gripped the country. be entered against you for the relief -

as time goes by. Belser was ,Thoughtful people in this part demanded in the Complaint Cooke celebrated together their with a Ie'mthbirthda'S Paul'April .*.i More than 1,500 nationaUy-'knoWn
The Is hereby
here for a short while last of the United States understandsome designated Enterprise-Recorder In 9th at the Hancock home. quality products give you a wonderful
as the newspaper
week, and he will pick up some of the problems facing the which said order shall be published Mrs LaMoyne Hancock and Mrs 1 gift selection.

votes around here though we I South African government, although once a week for bur(4) consecutive J 0 Cooke Jr assisted their daughters So,when you wish to remember someone
with Identical
have not as yet figured him world opinion as expressed hospitalities. with a present that will be treasured'and '
I Witness my hand and official seal white birthday cakes trimmed with
near the top. McCarty comes in the United Nationsand this 9th A. D. 190. a don't
day of April pink n esere cut and served appreciated, forget your S&H .
here this week and the Joe I I in leading European news.papers DALE )t LESLIE
with Ice cream and candy and Green Stamps! If there's no redemption

Abram poll says he is ,leading] disapproves of the South (COPY (SEAL Clerk) Circuit Court. pastel colored Easter ems, Diane center nearer you than 20 miks,away,"

, although some others maintain African government's policy.When By Jane W. Baker. D. C. Hancock and Bonnie Hamftfen assisted you can order your gifts by mail with)

- that Bryant and Carlton or two civilizations meet I 3r-lt-pd-E PThe with serving. The hcmertuh'ed your filled stamp books from the pages

... Carlton and Bryant are in the Dud clash, it will take consummate many lovely gifts. of the beautiful new S&H catalog;
two top places. Some fellow skin, a cool clear sense Time Is Now WATCH THE E-R FORMac's

tried last week to tie up Dick- of justice, and a plenty of for'bearancc -

inson's campaign funds, but'! ,and graciousness to i purchase y.r PtwcrjMoweratWefteriArta- Furniture &

then dropped the idea. Burns I I solve or even ameliorate the FLORIDA D | ij<|ffTb

keeps plugging away, and David problems. However it can be Appliance p nr *nd Hutchlnson Company.r.

sins trying the forward pass done...if people will only bereasonable. % '
1 .. .Stare. t:>> RUAL OPENINW
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ADS Registered Surveyor CAMP: Johnson and Simp Johnson CAMP

Phone HU 3-2372 Smith Drug Store unlawful moonshine possession whiskey of 'one case gallonof continued Smith Drug Store >

fr *> MADISON FLORIDA ", "........"..........................................................,...,..,.j; temporarily. An automobile collision occurredlast .
Sa.t CANDIDATES Rent an addtaj Ned Johnson, unlawful possessionof
machine to total promises of cup: Judge Curtis Earp was qualified } one gallon and more of moonshine Friday afternoon on the high-

port from the deer pcepuL THE E-R, by 8 years of experience whiskey, case continued way on the north side of the

LOST South Bend Spinner reel, COMPLETE LINE DWOSKLKTALBOTT in the Administration of Law temporarily. Court House between a 1949
W. 6. Davis Jr. I Oldsmobile driven by Ben Raiford
between Madwon and Hanson. before he ever became County Samuel Rufus Williams, statutory -
/II/ \\\ \\ and a 1959 Volvo driven by a Mr
Finder phone HU 3-6334 bond
REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE: HU 3-6230 GIRLIE RAGANSMadison. night Judge. For the best interest of rape $1,000 surety es- Munsey of Lakeland. No one was

ACREAGE FARMS day. 33-lt-pd: your county, help keep a qualified treated.Broadus hurt and about $200 damage was
BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL Willoughby plaintiff
ESTATES RESIDENTIAL b man in your CountyJudge's vs Sara T Calhoun, individuallyand done to the cars. .
office by Voting For .
APPRAISALS as administratrix, Nell T Collins
r : Mr and Mrs Joseph Bird and
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE WANTED and Re-electing and John W Tooke, defen
PAINT two children will spend the Eases
dants. .
BUILDER Damages $M00 Jury returned
112 West Base Street ter weekend in Tuscaloosa, Ate,
MADISON. FLORIDA Experience not necessary. Company ANDWALLPAPER Curtis D. Earp verdict in favor of defend. visiting Mrs Bird's parents.
will train. However, men who have ants. Plaintiff allowed twenty daysto
Phone HU 3-6277 worked as loggers, sawmillers, pulp- CO.AT YOUR COUNTY JUDGE file motion for new triaL Mr and Mrs R Williams TH ,

FOR SALE wooders, eta, helpful Age 20 to 33. Paid Political Adv't) : State Road Department and of Ocala were weekend guests of
married. Mrs R S Williams Jr.
prefer Minimum
One new 3-bedroom house, $9800 five feet 8-lnchcs. Present height workweek CASTLE PARK ........................................\o.. 11...............................................",.",., Madison County, petitioners, vs
One C-B 3-bedroom FIIA house, VALDOSTA. GA. ----- Benton demons, et al, defendants.

5U% mortgage, cash to mortgage << 45 hours with overtime over Dial CH 2.5384 TOPS IN GOLF TOURNAMENT Eminent domain proceedings. As
49 hours. Starting rate $1.25 per
$2500.One 3-bedroom frame house In hour, with liberal company benefits. free parking to E B Wilson only. 3ury found

subdivision $7,900. Please contact MR. C A. SMITH at Arnold Palmer, of Pennsylvania, compensation for the 0.722 acre to
Edgewood One 100-ecre farm with 3-bed- HOTEL MADISON on SATURDAY, J. D. ScruggsFORESTER was the top man in the 1960 be taken by petitioners to be

room house, ,$13,500. APRIL 16 from 8 a. m. to 5 p. yu. National Master Golf Tournamentwith $875.00, and $143.75 attorney' fee.

One Florida dairy. One Georgia PLANT LOCATED AT TALLA. REGISTERED SURVEYORPh. a score of 282 at Augusta State of Florida ex reL Oscar

dairy. I HASSEE. 32.2t-d1 HU 361i6MADISON The champion, Ken Ventura, scored Richard Hurst on behalf of Richard

For best results, list your prop: FLA. 283, and coming in third was Dale Hurst Infant, petitioners, vs
I 7
('rty'1th- Waited: Waitress andc Billy Casper with a score of 287. Sammie Lee Hurst, also knownas

Mr and Mrs V M Folsom were Sammie Lee Welch, respondent.

Brtadus WHougHbyREALTOR weekend visitors In Augusta and Writ of habeas corpus denied and
e WHteTepDriveIn. .
attended the tournament. care of child to remain in respon-

dent. Plaintiff to continue to have 1
Office phone HU 3-6481 SILVER, CHINA CRYSTAL Ronnie McNeil son of Mr and right of reasonable visitation. a.

Residence HU 3-6481 DIAMONDS, JEWELRY Mrs 0 J McNeil entered Archbold
Datfd Fletcher, little seven-
Wailed EXPERT REPAIRL'ZGII Hospital Monday for treatment
year-old boy ran out Into the
Beautiful split level home on
for a strained ligament in the
blgh".y'ln front of the Phillips
bedrooms, two full
lake. Three
knee. The Injury occurred
baths and family room. Lot 187 feet SALESMEN OR AGENTS NATIONAL 66 station last Friday afternoonand ItlM Dad Hud V f JMMT M0|
weeks ago on the High School 6i a r fan.A*HUM*
on lake. Priced for quick sale. 12.50 per hour or more for partor BRIDAL struck a passing 'automobile. tfn antt JW gttt by tuuif
160-acre farm for $11,000. full time rout work. Large SERVICEYALDOSTAGA. athletic field.' Mrs McNeil is In lie was carried to the local hospital Dowbr.BamW DuWNIMADE been/!

250-acre farm with one 3-bed repeat orders. Man or woman. Write Thomasville with her son. where it was found that

room house and one 2-bedroom McNESS CO. Box 2766, DeSoto he was not seriously hurt. lie received )IN D'Xle-FOR.
house. Best of terms. Sta. Memphis Term. 33-2t-pd bruises on the head and x, :F RMERS,.

Land DealsRuth ::SQUI.1 j H'JUTR N_ O 1 14b
face and suffered concusjion.
TAKEN UP: Five small hogs 303 No. Patterson, a slight ,
LUCINDY J. VARNER : .AY "K '" .:nJ9':
Owner can claim and pay ex- He was dismissed later. I -- -

penses. ED TOWNSEND Rt. 1, Simms to J L Revels) and
REALTOR Madison, Fla.
33-33t-pd. WE ARE HEADQUARTERS wife Lots & and 6, Simms Addn,
across fromSETZER'S
Madison County.
OFFICE PHONE: HU 3-6848 Wanted FOR MAJOR AP- Albert 0 Sistrunk and wife to .SEE MUR vim
NIGHTS & SUNDAYS: HU 3-68G8 Carl C Fullington and wife, part


N, It 7 E.
FOR SALE: Nice home one block. will buy in bulk or on piece basis k33.
-Colin English and wife to Colin 4
from Greenville High School See Us Before You SellPulpwood AUTO. '"
Price $6,000. J. B. DAVIS, phone English Jr trustee, an undivided FARMERS' / J

llU 3-6601, Madison, Fla. 29tfchFOR Iiixford Co. one-fourth interest in 800 acres in T MUTUAL
CANDIDATES-please let usihave Tp 1 N, Ranges 6 and 7 E.
Phone Madison HU 3-6672 EXCHANGElIadIson.
SALE: High quality yearling or Write .. your ad b- trf OoV ti- Fla. :
heifers. BOB LAWTON, Sampala ** j BOX 31, PERRY, FLA. TUESDAY NOON CORN $1.30 in Jasper e uta
Lake Farm Rt. 3, Greenville, Fla.
Thanks. THE E-R .
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Phone Madison HU

_36860.326t.cb Notices ANNUAL EASTER EGG HUNT

FOR SALE: My home 2H mile (A modest charge is made for Mr and Mn J L Wydic were STUDEBAKER ECONOMYk

north of Madison, near Valdosta public notices in this column). hosts to 24 children and a numberof

highway. Ready to move in now. adults at their twelfth annual

Five pecan trees. Four-Inch well. Easter Egg Hunt Sunday afternoonin PROVED } :
Nice shade trees.
the back garden at their harrie. .. ',.,_
Fla. Phone HU 3-2304 :
An Easter Bunnie Tree added
31.2t. charm and gaiety to a lovely outdoor t:1' : ;.

timber repairing done by set "doctors" setting of trees and flowers. In Mobilgas Economy Run! "

BEFORE SELLING your Green cellophane bags of candies ,
timber land, me. We ;} c'
please see
or are also interested in buying .. with bunnies protruding were .. I;;" .: "It' J'1t .. .. .. .....,.I..." -"

limited amount of pine-hardwood hanging on the tree as favors for .' -. .. ; '

pulpwood! delivered by truck ,to the kiddies.- Yellow, pink and rose : '
Foley, Fla., or loaded on R R cart eggs ornamented with Easter symbols J2Tv-8..REPEATS FOR SECOND YEAR' :' ,

See write or call were hidden in the grass and i ... .
'l_ P. GIBSON shubbery awaiting the eager I w 23.28: miles per pllon with automatic transmission!
Rt. 3, "Madison, Florida
seekers. At the conclusion Ice
Phone: Cherry Lake 8363. candies cookies r Minneapolis, Minn. (Special). For the second yearn a row die amazing
and were Lark V-8, I liveliest of all the compact cars, economized every V-8'car
FOR RENT: Three-bedroom houseon We know how to diagnose your served Adults were served coffee in the rigorous day official mileage test. All cars entered were stock cars. .
Oak Drive. Call Howard TV's Ills and cure 'em fast in the living room before the The entire Mobilgas Economy Run was closely supervised by the United /'

Studstill, office phone Hu 3-6106, hunt began. States Auto Club. The result!? Look at the economy figures.7J4JJVoSWEEPS1TSCLASS .

residence phone Hu 36630.33tfch QUITMAN The hosts were assisted In entertaining

by Mrt D B Torn of '

TELEVISION} SERVICE Jackson\ille. r "
FOR RENT: Office space In the : -
Arcade Building, also one office <
space on S. Horry St. Phone HU 401 We,E .Stevens Repair St. County Court v 22.99 miles per gars!as out-economizes all low Medium Price cars made! ':a ..

5-2331. Madison. 33-lt-ch Record-Players Automobile Radios A smashing victory by The Ha*trover more than a dwen other cars-- :"'-
Andrew Carter, Improper exhibition And it made this impressive mileage ./ i:;. : -
FOR RENT: The R Micklcr store A Few Choice Selections some costing hundreds of dollars more. t ;

building on South Range. street IN USED TV SETS of dangerous weapon $100 ,. record equipped with automatic transmission power brakes,power stecrfn g.' .

Available now R C DICKINSON. Work l1arimtecj.satlsfactJon: or three months. 4 .-* The Hank b>Studebaker: b designed for sport-with new greater: Vpowct'.. ,
24 lt-ch PROMPT COURTEOUS SERVICE John Henry Jones, drundcnncss,
HU 3-2517 -
OUR WAY OF. SAYING $25 or thirty days "'#

FOR-- RENT: Two-bedroom upstairs THANK YOU" M L Blakemore. drunkenness and MONEY TOO! "
furnished apartment and'two- Phone 9481 Qultman Ga. assault and batten, $25 or thirty .

bedroom unfurnished apartment Buddy Tillman Charm Rogers days on each or the two counts. 21J6 miles per allon...but tJlat's only V\ of the story. '::. .'.: ,

MRS J 1 NEWMAN, HU 28-U-ch 32523. LIVE STOCK AUCTION I I Gas mileage: is just one way)ousate with The Lark. Save on minor repairs, *< .=3parts ,-!"

SELL your cattle,and hogs In our replacement major collision work.. insurance, high trade-in value. '

FOR RENT: ,Unfurnished .garage auction each Monday. Sales start at Goedyear Tires $12JS Lark Total Economy sI10ta four different. waxsl i,

heater. One furnished apt Mrs Monticcllo Fla. 670 x 15, .AD-Weather. tube-type
E F Dickinson Phone HU 3-2396,. Registered Angus bulls for sale plus tax and recappable tint
at all times. .
Madison. 31-tf-ch '
For your grinding and mixing MESSERBattery C. VERNON RAGANSCor.

Furnished; house.for rent: $30 per farm call WEST P,
on ,
month Located on Main Street,
1 block from business section. END MILLING COMPANY. & TIre Ce. .

EDWINA PEAVY. Phone HU r Q itman, Ga. Call phone 4971 Dade and Duval Streets Madison Florida -
3-6811 day, or night HU 36385. ,
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Pt>liti kl ABnotmcements FOR SCHOOL BOARD FOR CONSTABLE ALLS-ADAMS MARRIAGEIN a gift of the groom. Whivs byaacinths 11

: Rallies political DISTRICT TWO I DISTRICT FIVE CADSDEN, ALA and leather leaf fern composed .
'The regular county announcements J
cost $10.00 and run I respectfully announce that I her bouquet 1
To the voters of the 5th Constable Miss Diane Rails became the
until the election. They are to be am a candidate for School Board William Bergford Winter, Milwaukee j
Political rallies scheduled by the District of Madison bride of Rodney Jay Adams I
Insertion County, }
paid for with the order. District 2, Madison County, subjectto Wisconsin served as best
Madison County Democratic Execu Florida: 9th, at 4:00 p m, in a sacred &
tM May 1960 Democratic pri man groomsmen were Gregory
tive Committee are as follows: FOR COUNTY JUDCE Ladies and Gentlemen really ceremony at the First Methodist John Adams "
marie My greatest interest in our brother of the groom
Lee April 21. I respectfully announce that I school s'Stm11s for the best fadli [appreciate the wonderful support Church: in Gadsden, Alabama of LaCrosse, & Dr Philip Lon Wil '

Greenville, April 28. am a candidate for County Judgeof ties possible. Being a parent of that you gave me when I was Miss Rails is the daughter of lianas of Nashville. t;

Madison, April 30. Madison County, subject to the three children In school gives me elected your Constable In 1936, Mr and Mrs Arthur Williams For her daughter's

All rallies are at 7:15 p m, except Democratic primaries in May 1960. much Interest In our local schools 1910, and 1944. I did not run forreelection Rails, Jr of Gadsden and the Mrs Rails wedding '
wore a becoming after.
the Madison rally which Is If elected, I will serve all the and I"OU1d the In 1948. Since that time groom is the son of Mr and Mrs i
of appreciate noon gown of champagne
at 2.-00 p m. Preceding the rallies, people to ,the best my ability earnestly I have had the pleasure of servingthe Earl Thomas Adams of LaCrosse,
with fairness to everyone and to serve you. I |organza and matching accessories.Her .
rarioiis organizations will have refreshments I I solicit coming Town of Greenville as Mayor Wisconsin \
special privilege to none. will your support in corsage was a green orchid.
for sale. for two terms'and also two termsas Dignity and beauty prevailedas
greatly appreciate your vote and .election Due to illness in the family, Mrs
(28-7t) support Sincerely, a member of the City Council. the impressive double ring Frederick
John Sherman sister of
Sincerely, For the confidence placed in me by was performed
ceremony Dr
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER ( ) MILKER the groom, Milwaukee,
EDWIN L. (EDDIE) FLOWERSFOR you the good people Of Greenville Denson N Franklin. As family Wisconsin
and took her mother's place at the
District No 5 I
To the Democratic voters of SUPERVISOR OF FOR SCHOOL BOARD win always be and intimate friends assembled, a wedding and received .
I ; grateful. guests afterwards
Madison County: I wish to announce REGISTRATIONI very feel that my past program of nuptial music was pre-
DISTRICT NO 2 at the
: reception. Mrs Sherman
that t am a candidate for County MADISON COUNTY FLORIDAI !experience as a law enforcement sented by Mrs James Douglas
: chose a stunning silk
Commissioner, District Five, subject *. .respectfully announce that I ama officer qualifies me to perform the Martin soprano and by Mrs John! navy
to the action of the Democratic candidate for the office of Supervisor have discharged my duties to duties of Constable. Therefore, I F Powell, organist. "To aVild shantung costume suit Her hat

primaries in May. If elected I of Registration of Madison the best of my abilities In an am asking you good people to- elect i Rose", by MacDowell and "I LoveThee' was of white flowers and she wore

pledge to support Madison County County subject" to the Democratic honest progressive and economical me-'OUr Constable of the 5th navy accessories and a white
by Greig, were softly
Our playedduring
children's and
and the people therein as a wholeto primaries In May 1960. I promise say Interests Constable District orchid corsage.
of Madison
the best of my knowledge and honest conscientious and courteous betterment have always been itpper- the ceremony. Mrs Martin Mrs Mary Love Walker, grandmother .

ability. I earnestly solicit your vote i[ service to all If you elect me to most in my mind and efforts. Ihereby County for the next four years. If sang "Through the Years" and of the bride,. Madison, worea

and support, for which I will always this office. I earnestly solicit your solicit your vote and support elected I pledge you good, clean at the close of the ceremony, The pink lace dress, with matchinghat
be In the May, 1960 Democratic honest law enforcement. My mottois
most grateful vote and support. Lord's Prayer: The traditional and chose
CARY PHILLIPS Sincerely, primaries for reelection as your to do unto others as I would processional and recessional marches a camellia for her
W. B. (BAILEY) WYNN School ,Board Member from District have them do unto me. corsage. i
FOR; SCHOOL BOARD Two. Your were Immediately following the wedding .
DISTRICT 4 FOR SUPERVISOR OF Sincerely M S (MIKE) friend The sanctuary of the church was the bride's parents entertainedwith

I respectfully announce that I REGISTRATION RUSS DUGAN (Paid LETCirWORTH lovely with its artistic and tasteful a reception at the Reich

am a candidate for School Board. FOR SHERIFF political advt). decorations of green and white. Hotel. Mrs J Treice Atkinson and

District 4, Madison County, FJa,I Dear frlends--and fellow-clUzcnsI FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER On either side of the altar table, I Mrs J Robert McElroy, both of

subject to the Democratic pri, of Madison County: I want to thank i I respectfully announce my candidacy DISTRICT THREEI white wrought iron stands held Gadsden, greeted guests at the

maries in May, 19CO. If you elect, each of you for your vote and support for re-election as Sheriff of urns filled with arrangements of entrance to the ballroom where

me .to ,this office, I will conscientiously and your wonderful cooperation Madison County, Florida subject to respectfully announce my candidacy white daisy chrysanthemums, gladi- i they were received by the bride

serve the people of ,the while serving as your Registration the Democratic primaries in May. for re-election as County' Com- oli and jay fern. A sunburst arrangement !:and groom and served refreshments -

county to the best of my tibility officer. I have endeavored i It has been a privilege and a pleasure missioner for another term subjectto of gladioli was banked from exquisitely appointed

and work for the best Interests of at all times to give you honest to serve you in the past. Thanks the Democratic primaries in against the choir loft and formed [tables. The bride's fable covered
for entrusting me with the honor.If .
the school children at all times. efficient and courteous service. On reelected, I will endeavor May. Thank you for the privitoge a rich background. Four seven- with white tulle over a white satin
to I
Thanking you /or all past favors, this record I earnestly solicit your give honest and efficient Jaw enforcement of serving you during the past branched white wrought iron foundation, was centered with a
when I had the privilege of serving vote and support in the 1960 May to the best of my ability years. It is my sincere wish you candelabra holding burning White three-tiered wedding cake beautifully !

you six years on the School Board, primary elections for re-election I earnestly solidt your vote and i re-elect mtso. I can continue to I.cathedral tapers cast a soft glow decorated with spun candy

and assuring you I will greatly ap for Supervisor of Registration. support( in the coming election. serve you I am most grateful. for over the wedding party. Easter lilies and ribbons garlands.The I

preciate your vote and support. I Sincerely, Sincerely yours, I your confidence, and assure you i Mrs Philip Lon Williams of table was lighted by cathed-

am ARTHUR E RAGANS S. 1L MOORS that I will continue to serve all i NuhilkTenn, was her sister's I sal tapers burning in silver three

the people of Madison County in matron of honor and only attendant -' flame
Very sincerely yours, FOR SCHOOL BOARD candelabra adorned with
S R SAPP *FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT FOURI an honest, efficient and courteous Her patio length dress was huckleberry. The food and punch

manner as always. Your vote and of aqua pure silk organza over tables were also covered with

FOR CONSTABLE: DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT THREE respectfully announce my candidacy support will be greatly appreciated. taffeta. The fitted bodice featured tulle over satin. The food table

I respectfully announce that I am I respectfully-announce that I ama for reelection to the. School Sincerely, scooped neckline and elbow length held a large antique silver bowl
Board from District 4, Madison GROVER C CONE sleeves. The skirt was fashioned filled with dutch iris
a candidate for Constable, District candidate for County Commissioner yellow daffodils <<;

5, Madison County, FJa, subject to District 3, Madison County,{ Democratic County Florida primaries, subject in i May to I960.the FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. with tapered waistline and a and accacia. At another

the Democratic primaries In May Fla. subject to the Democratic i I hare given conscientious service .DISTRICT. ONE front princess panel accentuatedthe 1 table punch was served from a

1960. If you elect me to the officeof primaries in May, 1960. I have in the.JOng'tema Interest of education ? % f.;. side and back fullness. She I silver punch bowl surrounded by

Constable, I promise fair, faith- lived all my life In District 3, and. welfare: of th? people of '.,I respectfully, announce my candidacy wore matching shoes and an aqua huckleberry and daffodils

ful, impartial and honest adminis have farmed alfjny.! life?and am ths county. If re-elected, 'I- shall for re-election as County bandeau styled with circular: illus- Miss Lola Rails.. Cross,. cousinof
familiar with'tii needs pod problems -
tration of the law to the best of of our; district "and count If continue W give such service' It is Commissioner in District One fore ion veil topped with a silk. rose. the bride, Gadsden, presidedover

my ability. I have had four years elect me Commissioner.I with deep appreciation for th another term, subject to the Democratic Her bouquet was of yellow roses. I the bride's bOdk.'
ycu your
of law enforcement experience with will cooperate with the other courtesies and friendliness that yoU 'primaries,in May, I have given The bride entered with her Mrs Thomas Hudson Cross,

the Town of Greenville and feel Commissioners for the best In- the people have given me that I faithful and honest service to Madison -I father, by whom she was given in aunt of the bride, Gadsden, and

that I an} qualified to serve the terests of Madison County. .I seek Vote and re-elecrjon: (o ;.this office. Tour County and will continue to. marriage. She was lovely in her Mrs Gregory John Adams, LaCrosse

people cf the 5th District In this camectly solicit your vote ana';itlp- .support will be deeply appreciated. do so if re-elected. It has been a i bridal gown of pure silk peau de cut the wedding cake. Mrs

important office, and will greatly port: and promise fair and equal Sincerely, pleasure to serve the good peopleof sole and rosepoint lace, which was lfaninViUlams and Mrs Cathryne

appreciate your vote aricl support. treatment for everybody. W. IL (BILLY) BAILEY, JR. this county and 1ill continueto worn by her sister for her wedd- Clayton, both of Gadsden, served
Sincerely Very sincerely yours, work In harmony with the other ing. The gown was styled on punch.

J D BISHOP, WILBURN T. DAVIS. FOR COUNTY JUDGETO Commissioners for what is best for princess lines. The bodice, with For a wedding trip to pointsin

FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Madison County. Your vote .and sculptured neckline and short Florida, Mrs Adams wore a

FOR CONSTABLE DISTRICT 8 TO MADISON E DEMOCRATIC VOTERSOF support will be greatly appreciated. sleeves, was of imported rosepoint yellow pure silk sheath dress
DISTRICT THREEI COUNTY: Sincerely, lace. The gracefully full skirt with
I respectfully announce that I ama matching yellow length
respectfully announce that I WILBUR G. RUTHERFORDFOR swept into a chapel length train
I respectfully announce that I candidate:: for re-election as coat. Her hat and other accessorieswere
am a candidate for County Com- dramatized by a full length over-
am a candidate for Constable County Judge of Madison County of natural straw and she
District 8, Madison County, Fla missioner: of Madison County, Florida subject to the Democratic panel- of rosepoint lace. A lace wore a corsage of gardenias.Mr .

subject to the Democratic primariesIn District'' Three, subject to the primaries! in May I960. I promise I crown trimmed with pearls and I and Mrs Adams will make
action of the Democratic primaries yourtbftt U I am reelected to this respectfully announce that I irridescents held her fingertip their home in Louisville
May 1960. If elected Kentucky,
to this in I office I will con am a candidate for Tax Assessorof
May. promise faithful, Important veil of silk illusion. Her only
position I where Mr Adams is associated with
be.on call 24 I
hours conscientious service if you chooseme Untie to render the ,highest type Madison County, Florida, subject ornament was a strand of pearls, Globe Union .
a day, and render fair and Impartial for this Important office, andI service to all of the peopled to the Democratic primaries ,
law-enforcement service to earnestly solicit your vote and I will deeply appreciate your vote fn May, I960, If elected to this FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE I the many out-of-town
f the people of the district I will and THIRD CIRCUIT guests: were Mr and Mrs Daniel
support for which I shall ever be supportSincerely position, I will discharge the duties
greatly appreciate your vote and Crateful yours., of the office to the best of my. To the. citizens of> the Third Walker and children Dan, John

support Very sincerely, CURTIS D. EARP ability and with fairness Judical Circuit of Florida: .and Liza, of Tampa.SmithCorona.
Sincerely, t County.Judge and justice .........
ROBERT D WALKER LAMAR ANDREWS ..- to all. I will greatly appreciate -I I hereby announce my candidacyfor
FOR TAX COLLECTOR )'OUr"Pte and -support I nomination to the office of Circuit adding

FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER I respectfully announce that I ama Very sincerely yours, Judge of the Third JudicialCircuit

DISTRICT ONEI a candidate for the office of Tax I t HENRY DICKINSON of Florida, Group 1. I am Machines
respectfully announce that Jam DISTRICT FIVE Collector of Madison County sub well qualified, having practiced law typewritersand

a candidate for County Commissioner I respectfully announce that I ject to the Democratic primaries In SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATIONI for 30 years. am admitted to prac

District One, Madison am a candidate for the office of May, 1960. If elected to this officeI tice in the U S Supreme Court, the cash registers.
County, subject to the action of the Commissioner District shall in return serve courageously '
County 5, you respectfully announce that I Federal Courts of Florida and the!
elected, I promise primaries faithful In ,May.honest If of :Madison County, subject to the best possible and fairly With rendering profound the am a candidate for Supervisor ofRegistration I I Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. I TheEnterpriseRecover

conscientious performance of the Democratic primaries in May, I960 appreciation and friendliness to all, of Madison County I, have presented and c fended. I

duties of the office, with fair treat- I promise honest conscientious and! I humbly soHeit your vote and FU, subject to the Democrat primaries am a Protestant an ex-service man,

ment for the people of the county courteous service to the best of my I support in May, 1960. I promise former City Attorney of the City

as a whole, and I earnestly solicit ability to all If you elect me to Sincerely. faithful eomdentfeus service if you I I:of Lake City, Florida, past President

your co-operation and vote and this office. I earnestly solicit yiir J. LUKE) Ill' L_I'O. choose me for this bnporfaM office*j.i of the Lake City Bar Asso-I VOTE FOR _
lupport for which I shall always and I dfttton and memberof I II
vote presently
support. am
and I earnestly' saMcH watt a I
year .
Sincerely the Board of Governors to the
Sincerely, DISTRICT FIVE and support for whkh I shall ever\ :
F T (Tebo) Webb be grateful [I Florida Bar. I was born and raised
COLLECTORWith I respectfully announce that I ama Sincerely. ta Columbia County, Flerida, and WILBURN T. DAVIS
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVEI I candidate for re-election to .the MRS LUCY GARDNER have spent my entire life in the I
humble thanks and appreciation Board of County Cemmisskmcrs, .- -- -,. Third Judicial Circuit not Florida. FOR r
respectfully announce that I am.a for the past support and FOR SHERIFF
candidate for State District 5, Madison County.Fi? I married Lassie Goodbread also a
Representativefrom COUNTY COMMISSIONER
courtesies I respectfully announce 1 primaries I respectfully announce that I
Madison County subject to the Democratic native of Columbia County. All
the Democratic primaries subject In to my candidacy for reelection to in May. I appreciate the am a candidate for Sheriff of Madison eC my schooling has been in the District Three
May Madison County Tax ceurtesiet and have County. If you elect me to this
of Florida
office confidence
1960. If you elect me to this I yea SCXlOOMwI
position the in the and if reelected Important office, I pledge honest. believe know A qualified man who has time
Iill serve all of Madison! Collector subject to. May Pri- given me past impartial lawenforcement I I your problems
County unselfishly and without i maries, 1960. I promise a continuation I I will continue to serve i efficient Please courteous in tMs and premise if elected to do my' for the job I
: you to the best of ability. join me best to make you an able fair and
special favors to anyone I earnestly: of effort to render you the I my campaign for a better Madison (Paid Po ltaal AdVt).
solicit your vote and supportSincerely I courteous Sincerely I considerate judge and I solicit your
best most ,
and 1Cr\1tei COLDLnICHARDSO County in which to live and rear -
vote and has
JIndison County
possible. our children. I will appreciate your support.A. the
Cordially, CANDIDATE FOR support reputation having a good

PAT MILUXOR 'Sth DISTRICT I Sincerely FOR JUSTICE OF TIlE PEACE County Court. Keep this good

FOR COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR reputation by Voting For and
respectfully announce that I : JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
am candidate for State Representative I respectfully announce my candidacy I DISTRICT NO. 5 respectfully announce my candidacy Se-electing a man that has

from Madison County I respectfully announce my candidacy for re-election I at Constable i MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA for re-election as Justice of proven himself qualified in

subject to the Democratic primariesin for re-election as County Tax District 5, Madison County, (Greenville t I respectfully announce that I am the Peace, District 5, Madison ev.ery respect for the

May, 1960. If you elect me to Assessor for another term subjectto ) Florida. If reelected I will .candidate for Justice of the Peace, County, Fla subject to the Democratic legal! duties of this many

this position, I will serve you the Democratic Primaries in continue to five the people of District District: No. 5, Madison County, primaries in May 1960. If reelected important

honestly, soberly and capably, to May. I promise honest and faithful 5 the same fair and impartial I Fife. subject to the' Democratic pri- I will continue to serve the office..

the best ofmy; ability. I will create service. to all as in the past, always law enforcement as I have in the [marie In May I960. If elected I people courteously, fairly. and impartially VOTEFOR
appreciate being mindful ,of the trust the coming will serve an the people fairly, to the best of ability. ,
ly your vote and support past. Your vote in the forth impartially and to the best of my my '
l .J l office holds. Your vote and support May Primaries' will be greatap ability Your vote and support will I will greatly appreciate your vote r : : Curt D Earp

Sincerely.L will be appreciated. preciated be greatly appreciated.I and support .

&: (Bwrier) lreett,. Jr. Sincerely. ALBERT 0 rSTSTRUN I Sincerely ; yours Sincerely >* COUNTY JUDGE.




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I t an au sanAK2 114 94 An ,onA Yn 4nrs CITY COMMISSION CANDIDATES-Don't 'be to*

: I PROCEEDINGS.MADISON Goodyear Farm Tractor conservative about proclaiming

i your virtues in an E-R ad. Re-

TIRES member your opponents are
l tl not to good
likely say many;
stock priced right
April 5, 1960 Large ,
things about you. f fa
The City Commission met this
date with the following members Messer Battery
4 Giant Jumbo Hamburgers ia
present: J L Brinson, V M Folsom
and Van H Priest. & Tire Co. 6-in bun 40c.WHITE |&l j

Minutes of the previous meetingwere TOP DRIVE-IN
ECCS 1M1'h read and approved.Mr .

Iww"r i Griffin Bishop, representing r "m aCo
the Board of Public Instruction, ADVERTISERS Please let

appeared before the commission In us have your ADS by TUESDAY ,
We have plenty of Eggs for Easter and regards to the sanitary disposal NOON. THANKS. THE BY KELLY'SFOR

problem at the Madison Training E-R.
Easter Egg Dye School and Suwannee River Junior YOUR WATCH REPAIRING

College. Mr Bishop stated that the Courteous Service '

PLENTY DIXIE 18 SEED CORN Florida State Board of Health had Outstanding Values .
'condemned' G-E Appliances
the We of !septic tanks. Come in and See Us

FRESH PEA AND BEAN SEED Mr Bishop asked If a joint effort KELLY'S REPAIR SHOP

;between the Board of Public In- Howerton} Supply Co. MADISON

Speight's & McNair's Hybrid Seed CornWE -- struction and the City could be I

nude in providing a sewer line.
HAVE ONION PLANTS (AHTNC)--Army Pvt Charles T:The Commission advised Mr Bishop i -
Wynn Jr recently was graduated jthat I before a positive answer
TRY SOME OF OUR GOOD GA. RED SWEET POTATOES rom the 101st Airborne Division could be given In
the matter an THE YIELD IS
Jump School UpON
at Fort Campbell, Ky. SAVING
See us for your: FEEDS-GROCERIES-FRUIT- Wynn rcefved his paratrooper wings engineering survey :would hare to AT

VEGETABLES AND OTHER NEEDS after completing three weeks of j made and if the Board of Public. '

LARD CANS SEEDSWE )nlenslve ground and-aerial train- Instruction would pay half of the t i'', VALDOSTA FEDERAL. .
BUY YOUR PECANS IN ANY QUANTITYWhen ng 'which included five parachute.cost of such a survey they would : ; "; .; t
r "-J jorder same to be done at once. irfi%r :. ,
I The' Commission approved the

I installation of five street lights to 4.:
J. U LE S NOTICE TO CRED'ITORSFJorida be mounted on concrete poles at
soNs StatutesIN !,[the North Florida Junior College.
TIlE COURT OF THE COUNTY I The City Clerk was Instructed
nu.z3ss to get In touch \\ithfr Riley,
i ir i!
In re: Estate of Joseph Kosicniak I:Maddox and ask that he meet with!II
Deceased.TO the commission in regards to purchasing -
ALL CREDITORS AND PER- I a lot from him for the
va oannu lnonn anonnoan as csaorsnnAau sno
_. SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS natural gas regulating station. .
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\ You and each of M;
are hereby
buying you
your rized to attend the City Manager'sshort
notified and required to present
Florida StatutesIN
THE COURT OF THE COUNTYJUDGE any claims and demands which you course in Tallahassee.
E-R from Newsboys. A deed to
cemetery was Issued
MADISON or either of you, may have againstthe
j estate of Joseph Korfeniak Mr William Benko. FUNDS RECEIVED BY 10th EARN FROM THE FIRST
Please DO NOT park In the I IIn re: Estate of P. M. Dawson 1 deceased late of said County. to There being no further business OFFICE HOURS i .
I street and make your newsboy run Deceased.TO I the County Judge of Madison County ,the Commission adjourned to sit
out into the street to make a sale ALL CREDITORS AND PER- Florida, at his office In the I in with the Planning Board and MON.-TUES.-WED..FRI. 9 AM TO 4 PM
I Kindly pull to the curb. SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS court house of said County at
over i hear reports from the survey being THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS 9 AM TO 12 NOON
I Our newsboys have instructionsto AGAINST SAID ESTATE:1 Madison. Florida within eight calendar done by Milo Smith City Planner., ,
STAY OUT of the streets and You and each of you are hereby, months from the time of the ATTEST .
we will appreciate your cooperating notified and required to present any first publication of this notice. The New .
11 V-M Folsom Mayor
I Each claim demand shall be in
with us AND THEM for claims and demands which yon, or
writing and shall state the place Alex H Smith, Clerk
THEIR SAFETY Thank you very either of you. may have against the I
much. I of residence 'and post office ad.
.. estate of PM.. Dawson deceased
: dress of the claimant, and shall be .
I late of said County to the
SCHWINN BICYCLES County Judge of Madison County, sworn to by the claimant, his agent Termites Swarming?
Florida, at his office In the court or attorney, and any such claim,or
Franchised Dealers &: Service demand not so filed shall be void.-
house of said County at Madison, CALL
& Loan Association
HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. Florida, within eight calendar ANGELINE MANDZURA.As Saving
months from the time of the first executor of the Last Will and BurkeExterminating 115 N. TOOMBS VALDOSTA, GA.
Miss Elizabeth Smith spent last publication of. this .notice.' Each Testament of Joseph Kosicniak de
week end with Miss Connie Peperaat claim or demand shall be in writing ceased.: Co. The Friendly Association Big Enough to Serve You Small

FSU. and shall state the place of First publication Friday April 15th, Enough To Know You __. ,

residence and post office address 1960. Phone 233-J Perry Florida ..
of the claimant, and shall be sworn ..
Slight Charge -
to by the claimant, his agent or hir '

attorney and any such claim or z.J#.1
demand not so filed shall be void. a 1.:1 f'
A slight charge Is made for: AMANDA HUTCHERSON, .

NOTICES As Administratrix of the estateof rIzl ; '*" :t: OVER BACK-COUNTRY ROADS AT 45 I ,
(regardless of 4
sponsor) P deceased.
M Dawson.
S ALL NOTICES OF MONEY-i First publication April 8th 1960. 4 Z 1. 1
's' s S4rrt
(regardless of sponsor) Miss Connie Pepera, a student at
ALL NOTICES IN ADVANCE 1. FSU, is spending the Easter holiday i: : ; Chevy mkHteweightshows
I. here with her and
I I.I parents. Mr
i KIND I Mrs Stanton Pepera. .. 4 the big rigs :
(regardless of ''organization) "
I / -*- *. 1 .. '
: Prices are reasonable. Rising production .. Mrs Yoshlko Harris and son a :.- ;
1 costs force us to" omit.ALL I: Sammie! o'f Rockville Connect/cut.* # ., ht'I s done! :,..'t.\ ,
F FREE ADVERTISING. arrived Monday for a week's visit '
.. ALL ENTERTAINMENT_ J with Sammie's grandparents ) rand "
Mrs Sam Breeden, and with r'" That a 63Q3tm dium.-iluty! Chevrolet : te> .
To give 'em your sales pitch call I Mn J A Brady and other relatives.Mrs powered by a 2S3-cu.-ln. VS. .(
I The E-R by TUESDAY at 5 PM; Brady will be celebrating her thete.lUte nothing mediumBut \
and say, TAKE AN ,AD, PLEASE!, :, 5 .
90th birthday in June. 4 duty about the load. Mr. /. E. .. ;

Y Blonktnshlp, Arkansas logging '.r "J .
contractor says both of his, ,
torsion-spring 63033 "mote along ... #: .
1 S at 40 to 50 miles per hour with -1

55,000 pounds gross weight and ,

maintain a 5-trip-a-day schedule ..

YOU BUILD A NEW HOME\ ON _.;%,.* '-'_, ... __:-- ---.--. a with no trouble at all"' Figure the,
r.* money you sate when yotfce got
YOUR LOT OR ACRE? > k a medium-duty truck that can

NO MONEY DOWN CHECK 'THgSE: v i cover 30,000 back-country miles a

5 SILLS. NOT 3 ,.' year with a higli-ton ge load
r No. 1 FLOORING, NOT No. 2 ... .. We've never seen anything ]rice the
No. 1 SIDING NOT No. 2 j amount of praise truck owners are 'i ,

2x8 FLOOR JOISTS. NOT 2x8 ,7L heaping on Chevy new torsion ,
v -t"-
TERMITE SHIELDS '.f .- 3 ,, : ... y..:.. .. ": C Y E '. t spring suspension. Owners like the

,,""- :...; __....: fact the truck handles a whole lot
CREOSOTE ALL SILLS and FLOOR JOISTS ; easier can move faster off the road

SAME ,PRICE AS OTHERS THAT USE No :.; t\TERIAL .. without beating the driver to death

ft. .AND THREE SILLS .2 : .. ..; and shaking: loose aD the sheet metal. .,
.' the idea of thousands : .
R .c They like extra ;
During of miles before trade-inl! Drive -
April "will install Aluminum '
we Awning Windows "..,
d a 60 Chevy Just once. It's a whole ,

_at No Extra Cost -. new experience. I

Up To 10 Years To Pay iCtxcy m&UZftcrfg&f attracts 200 milts .. '
,of back rood a. day dogging Umber out t
.. REMODEL\ AND ADDITIONS .. of the voodt and deftccrinff tt to the t .'
rr ll III crosa
t Get. :prices and specifications, from the rest Then you.

will buy from Sparks Best I :; : .
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FUNERAL-BURNETT SERVICES FOR J D I I Easter Candies McGuire-Kinsey HOSPITAL NEWS ,* Easter Candies Mrs J A Burnette of Qultman.
____ tV V had been here for a several
Funeral services Mr J D Bur PANGBURN" -nELLE CAMP Wedding Admissions: Mrs I Eddie Bevis, weeks' visit with her son and fami-

nett 92, of Keuka, a native of Smith Drug StoreRev James V Adams, Johnny Mack I DStP; : ly, Mr and Mrs J C Burnette and
Madison County, who died Wedncsday \1ckl'T'S.V Cherry, Mrs Jerue Smith children, left Saturday to visit
night in a Palatka hospital, Miss Betty Lee MeGulre becamethe Anderson Henry C Lewis, Mitchell another son and family, the R B
and Mrs Charles Robinsonof bride of Oscar Clinton t
in KInsey, Burnettes in Valdosta.
held Saturday
were Rutherford, Mrs
Florence ,
Church. Wadestown, West Virginia Friday. April 8 at 7:00 p. m. in the Sapp |weighing 4 lbs and 11 ozs.
the Cherry Lake Methodist First Mrs Martha Fielder, David Fletcher
have returned to their home following Baptist church of Greenville.The COLORED PATIENTS
"The Rev C B Davis of Cherry a visit here with Rev and Rev Harold Johnston officiated Jerry Herring, Mrs Virginia I Admissions: Dora Williams, DelIa WATCH THE E-R FORMac's
lake and the Rev- Jim Hendryof at the double-ring ceremony. Allen, Curtis Starting; Mrs Pearlie
Perry officiated, assisted tby .Mrs. C B Davis. Palms, white chrysanthemums and'Mae McLcod, Mrs Emily Thomas Robinson, Maggie Akins and Furniture &
Tallahassee and gladioli formed !I Essie Mae Branch
Rev Mr King of NAVACO AWNINGS the background Madison Smith. Cleveland Draggers -
Rev Paul Touchtorw Mrs Evans ,HOWERTON SUPPLY COMPANY: for the wedding party. Tall white I and Mrs Betty Jewell Thomas, Dismissed: Bernice Herring, Les-
soloist, offered music. tapers in seYen-brandred candelabracast tie Haynes, Connie Lee and baby,
Waldrep, I
a soft glow. Dismissed: Mrs Pauline Carroll, Dora Williams Appliance
Interment In the family cemetery M Leslie. I
Johnnie Vickers, Mrs Florence
Mrs Albert Reams, furnished
I pianist Born to Essie Mae and Peter
was In charge of the T J Beggs. Honorary pallbearers included a program of nuptial music.Eugene Sapp, Mrs. Loren Piekds and baby
Jr Funeral Home. Mears J J Sale Sr, R E Cowart, ; Smitherman served as girl Mrs Patsy Raines Mrs Lau Branch on April 11, a baby girl FORMAL OPENING
Active pallbearers: Messrs'Burnett Ceo- George Burnett Sr, J I Surles,; best man for the groom. ra Buchanan, Mrs Charlene Beas- weighing 7 Ibs and 1 oz.
Jr, Carlton Burnett, Scott Wimberly, Jim Hinton, J P Mrs Lee C Bishop Jr was matron IJ Icy and baby boy Mrs Eddie Bevis, Z - a
James Sale Jr, Leslie Buie, J C Morrow, T C Merchant Sr, Fred of-honor. She wore a sheath dress :Mrs Jerue Anderson, David Fletcher i
Burnette, Ben S Waring and Pale,ickier and C S Blalock. I of sky-blue lace and taffeta withwhite '. ,' Curtis Starling, transferredto I
'I. Pincvicw Hospital and Mrs
bride was attractive in a
Ir. three piece ensemble of navy" da. :Pearlie Mae MeLeod.
" .1";";' _. ron with wfute jUCCSJcrXea ;and 1-'%*. s- BABY SAPP 109 S. PATTERSON STREET
". she wore a corsage of feathered Born to' Mr and Mrs Durward
7 white carnations Sapp, of Pinetta April 7th. a
.. Mrs Lee McGuire mother of 'the baby boy weighing 8 lbs and 7!i Machine Repair Rental Sewing Course
i.w....: __, _. --:: ,, bride, wore a street-kngth model

'... of The navy bride and is white the daughter silk. of Mr ozs.: BABY ALLEN New Machines $59.50 and up |XJ

r : and Mrs Lee McGuire of Green Born to Mr and Mrs A1 Allen

rilJe. She was graduated from Green April 9, a baby girl, weighing 8 CALL, VALDOSTA CH 4-2304 COLLECT
vflJe High School and attended lbs and 3 ozs.
Jvely Technical Institute in Tailalo&see. BABY FIELDER Service In 24 Hours
i .
Born to Mr and Mrs Robert R
r Mr KInsey is the son of Mrs Steve
also Fielder on April 9th, a baby boy ti.
fClnsey of Greenville, and the
'L ate Mr Kinsey. He was graduated; .
F from Greenville High School and I
attended Florida State University. Best QualifiedBYiraw
M Immediately following the cere
nony. Mrs Eugene Smitherman and +.,.... .-.. .
Mrs M S Letchworth entertained '
. party and guests with .
Ar Iran a reception at the former borne. r { .
Arrangements of azaleas and ,
splrea were used throughout theparty 111I"

Coffee rooms.pound cake. salted nuts, rLe .., .

... : and mints were refreshments.. .h I
Mrs Lee Bishop Jr kept the .
Ati bride's book. .
Mr and Mrs Johnny Cone and
young son John of Madison were
towit f
Mr and Mrs KInsey left for a,, ,
short wedding trip. After their tee .
turn they will be at home to their:
friends In Greenville whereMr;
Kmsey is employed by The .Door
Panel Corporation e
f 10-.
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L'15 1r .:

r Pat Cantey Elected | ; ,

To Planning Committee i h S

, Pat Cantey has been notified by i:
the Chevrolet Motor Division that '"
he was elected by dens In district _
3 to serve on the Zone Dealer .
.. Planning Committee for this year.S .
Whether it's the deed to your house, your portfolio of R Browder. Zone Manager wrote
securities, your insurance policy or your wife's precious Mr Cantey: ,"
jewelry, the safest place to keep it is in a Safe Deposit It is a distinct tribute as well B "
Box. as a rctponwbillty that the dealers

In our vaults, your Safe Deposit Box will be SAFE from In this District have conferred up
theft, fire or loss at all times, yet readily available to on you by reason of your electioa.lYour ]I .
election is Indicative. I .feel J' S
YOU whenever you wish to refer to it. This solid protection of heir confidence you and your PD A
; means much to you but costs little! qualification*, to represent them o

.WE'RE AT YOUR SERVICE IN SO MANY WAYS... .this-Zone. C -mmJttH...* .

Stopple Martin of Jacksonville J

Batik at and his fiancee, Mia Vary NeD ; J
RrlnHI nrMN NHI M| Hughes of ;Gainesville'; spent" the .

.Member Federal Deposit Insurance COOt1rUOUSind weekend,here with'ilr, ; and 'Mrs-.....Bb4r j
Florida National wales Jtt; "'. '9
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ANNOUNCING. your friendly opponents buy up underwent surgery last Wednesdayat us have your ADS by TUESDAY ..
speak the same Mr and Mrs Carl Karstcdt and I all the ad space in The E-R the Tallahassee Memorial Hos-
Mr. and Mrs. NOON. THANKS. THE
Mrs II C Merryday were hosts at pital, Is recovering satisfactorily
from now till the election.
in all
a dinner party Thursday eveningat and expects to get home the last I
Robert Hammock Florida. I won't the Karstedt home complimenting Many voters who read will .,absorb i''Of this week. Mr Baker and chil- Visitors in the city with relatives

h what I do or Miss Barbara Naughton and every word of your mes- dren spent Sunday with her and over the weekend to attend the
NEW MANAGERSOF William Bcggs, whose wedding sage. report her condition is "fine". Her
against whether funeral Saturday of Mr J D Bur
date is set for May. Rooms open mother, Mrs E P Sanders Sr, has! nett included
Mrs Madge Johnson
I or loses >votes to guests were decorated with NINE CARS OF FREIGHT been at her bedside.
Monticello, Airs Clara Burnett
WheTop' concern myself azaleas, sweetpcas and greenery. DERAILED ,
of Keuka, Mrs Moddest Cousineau
The twenty-six guests included --
with whetherthe of Interlachen, Mr and Mrs W Et
families of the honorees and their Nine cars of an eastbound SAL
Drire-In issue is Easter CandiesPANGBU7WSBELLE Gray, and Mr and Mrs Billy Gray
.. bridal attendants. A several course freight train were derailed two
"* of Tallahassee, and Mr and Mrs
orwrong. menu was served buffet style. miles west of Live .Oak Sunday
Open 6 days a week for CAMP Leslie Rule of Jacksonville. ,
The honorees were presented with morning at 7:30. The tracks were |

convenience. silver in their pattern from the' cleared three hours later. No one Smith Store KEEP UP WITH POLITICSIN
Closed Sundays hosts. I was injured. THE E-R >!

Breakfast Served from 6

Dinners, Suppers and

Minutes Short of the Orders Board SOLID MAPLE BEDROOM BUY!

Public Instruction A Charming Mellow-toned Maple Perfect for Today's Homes

April r 6, 1900Tfie

IJoard met in regular ao; .
on the above date with the

ing members present: Messrs
.cus Cherry, W II Bailey, Jr, 4 t

McLeod and Alex H Smith. .. S 'H .L 1t SY
Mr R R Dugan. The meeting
called to order by the -

man, Mr W H Bailey and -*}! i ) F
with by Dr Marshall &.meaL-
prayer ABvr-TttrvtirT
.!'.....ft'.OTTC NOptLl a t
ton.Dr Hamilton President of

Florida Junior College and Mr Hamburgers in 4, :
of North 1 AN
H Priest, Chairman y'
da Junior College Advisory I

mittee, were present and TOP DRIVE-IN ;
the following recommendations: .
(1) Increase matriculation tR / ?
North Florida Junior College
$48.00 to $55 per semester.
(2)) Waiver of fees for the
dictorians of the Senior
of the following A 1
the following high schools being
-cepted at North Florida Junior :
Oldsmo'jile four-door
Greenville, Madison,
-Ivory and Rose-
County, Salem, Lafayette 567A-11924, 8 cylin
Jasper Jennings, White Springs ;
Jefferson County High
(3) Bid for publishing the OF'FLORIDA TO: t

North Florida Junior College BANK,and DEFUNIAK FIRST ; $ tS: 4. .. S
log to be awarded to Jackson 4S S S
Floridan Marianna. Florida
COR- .Aa
the amount of $46635 as .
'. and best bid. All other.. bids OWNING, HAVING & Y
rejected. above ON THE ABOVE
adopted by the Board upon PROPERTY,
by Mr McLeod, seconded by EACH OF YOU are
, carried. that the above des
Cherry and
Budget Amendment No. 1 Mr"I has been seized,
North Florida Junior College by virtue of Chapter


forwarded to the State the possession of the A SPECIAL VALUE ready to enable you to create a really delightful bedroom for Jil for Junior for yourself.

of Education upon motion by Commissioners of There's a big double dresser that' both practical and good looking A chest gives you plenty of storage space, and a bookcase bed
Smith, seconded by Mr Cherry and you further and each notified of that shows all the beauty of the wood. At your first glance you'll recognize all the quality details! that make it worth
carried. MUCH MORE -
The Board .agreed to share .under said Chapter, I.-
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cost with the City in the Circuit Court -
Judicial Circuit in
of a survey to determine
of providing sewage disposal at County, seeking ;: .
An Extra
Madison Training School, upon of the said property ; -
tion by Mr McLeod and hereby directed and
by Mr. Cherry. file your claim U any *

Mr McLeod' offered a I ; show cause, on or S :' ;rr S r : '''(Good; Buy!
reappoint Mr Van H Priest 13. 1960, U not per ,
f 1
member of the North Florida : with process herein .... .
College Advisory Committee. I twenty days from per- .1MJ : ..
.. motion was seconded! by Mr if personally served ; ; Rail :,
find carried. herein, why said pro 5 S .
. Motion was offered by Mr not be forfeited pursu I'S! a. A '
and seconded by Mr McLeod to chapter. Should you ladder
appoint Odessa Martin to the as herein directed ;
ory Committee of the be entered herein -S S

,/ River .Junior College. in due court*. Persons $ BunkBeds
Personnel 'recommendations served with process *

approved by the -Board as a copy of the petition .
Dr Marshall Hamilton filed hereing from
North Florida Junior. College.Mr clerk' of court. :: For
Van H: Priest presented: hand and the seal of FY, :, .- Low .
the Board a recommendation mentioned Court at 1# V i

the North, Florida Junior this 11th day of w
Advisory Committee to increase, rx Price of

salary of Dr Hamilton. the M. LESLIE ,
of $900.00 per-year. This reci Court in and for

mendation was approved upon Florida. .
tion by Mr McLeod. seconded '

Mr Other Smith.personnel 33-lt-ch oD5

were presented as follows: Service
Mr Burch Cornelius, Su S '
Principal, Madison High School ire ,
Mr J D Kaney, Supervising rebuilding: also any
t cipal( Greenville High School. I engines repaired S S UTerms

Mr T T Morrison. Principal, I
etta Junior High SchoolMr Garage
J Wiley Sirmon. Supervisor Too

Secondary Education. This land had ,
:. Mr Orus L Hollaway. prior years as a 4 .
Lee Junior High School and the original:

.. Dr Oscar A Beck, Jr. Director a' reverta| clause to ,

Instruction.Mr land was no longer ; ,,,,. !,.
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Simon- KInsey, Jr purposes. ( "; :.* #
Madison Elmentary School waur authorized t.,. .. .
i t. James J Gardner President, delegate from the t.. ..f ". ,
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River College.
wan nee Junior the F E A mee .

a...; Frank C Mcrritt Principal School Board members .. : ; 1 .
-, ville Training Scoot to be held In S x J" y "
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Lennie Collins Principal : 20th. 21st ; ,
April ,
Rural Schools. '. i "4t' ....:.:.' .."." .f .
I 0 S Seabrooks Principal for Grades v. :

.it. Training School and SuwaimceJ ".ft.., I.. -- FURNITURE .".... "t
A motion was offered by Mr Colleges were reviewed .I .
Leod, seconded by Mr -Smith j '. .
carried to appoint personnel reviewed and ordered <<. l .'
'' above to the positions as i ;'" h. J
mended. + no further business "

one Quit(1)claim acre deed of land was on the 128 N. Patterson Valdosta Ga CH 2-1515 ; "

of Mr Roger Williams upon Secretary .

by Mr McLeod, .seconded by Vice-Chairman,I. r
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Pine Tnnber-Piilpwood, Poles, SawlogsT.







:Jt preaching service) every Sunday 118 N. Orange St. Phone HU 3-6335 COUNTY COMMISSIONERS'\ For The Best

WE WELCOME YOU A preaching Service every Sunday MEETINGS: t PROCEEDINGSMadison QualityReUpholstering
frit and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m.2nd Bible Study: Wednesday 7:30 P. U.

and 4th Sundays 730 p. m. morning Service Meeting: Friday 7.-00 P. M. Florida
lit and 3rd Sundays 10:00 a. m.
Sunday School each Ministry School: Friday 8:00 P. M. o April 6, 1960
2nd and 4th Sundays 11:00 m.
Sunday at 10:00 a. m. Sunday School every Sunday. L Watchtower-Bible Study The Board of County Com-, at the most reasonable prices ;
7:00 P. 1L
Prayer Service each Sunday missioners of ANYWHERE
1st and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a, nx Kingdom Seekers Welcome. County,
Wednesday covered 8:00 p. m. 2nd and 4th Sundays 10.00 aw m No Collection Taken. Florida, met this day in regular Call or Write _

Family Night Family Night Covered Dish Supper session. The Chairman Hon Wilbur

dish supper 1st Sunday Friday'before 7:30 p. m. Filday night alter second Sunday Candidates-Strew your name G Rutherford called the meet. MRS. C. M. PLANT

of every month promptly at 7:00 p. m. all around the county with E-R ing to order. All members were present .

Christian oman's Society Service Woman's Society of Christian Ser campaign cards, posters, cir I Tips on Touring | The chairman opened the meet- 415 S. Horry St., Madison
Monday night after ing with
vice meets on a prayer.
meets Thursday culars. Be sure to say some- Phone HU :3-6630
1st Sunday 8:00 p. m. third. Sunday at 7:30 p. m. LWM. ICorel Ion M J Mr Carl Marsh of the Cherry
Iffef hoi l t'Mp.n's Hub meets The Methodist Men's Club meets tiling nice about yourself, even Wm..TrItTtl AvtforjrPrlva > / Lake Civic Club asked the Boardto Hours: 9 to 11, 12 to 3:30,

Alternately wIth Rocky alternately with Cherry Lake on if no one else will: consider paving Garden Road Representing

Sprint Tuesday After t. ': Tuesday after the 4th Sunday! SUNDAY PROGRAM SCHEDULEW Softly, Says Gas from Pine Road to' SR-53. The SOUTHLAND FURNITURE
4th Sunday < 8:00 o. m. 8:00 p. m. M A F f Safety It Its own rr irdbatJtipays Board took the matter under con

Official Board meets 1st Wed.resday The Official Board meets each 7:30 A. M. Gospel Mode a bonus too.You eta ret more sideration.! Mr, Marsh alsoasked WHOLESALE REUPHOLSTERINGBox

each even service.numbered month month following the supper on 7:55 News ulna gee motoring innate rules by] following an o( which then for four signs ,reading "No Har- 1004 311 S. Forrest St.

tflir prayer Family Night 8:00 Baptist Hour follow saI-dnTint prlndpU*, TOWS permitted" to be placed along Phone CH 2-4970

Commission on Education numbered meets P. Y. ROWELL. S. S. Supt 830 Gospel Diets I 1. Cut oatJAckrabbit starts.(Ta a the paved roads in the Cherry VALDOSTA, GEORGIA:
In Wednesday each odd meat' test ears cot 8 mfl s to the .
9:00 Revival Time
service. MRS. W. W. CATLEDGE, Treas.C gallon jcknbbiua& Lake community.Mr .
month after ukbr U
JAMF.S SHEFFIELD prayw S. K.i Sum. B. DAVIS, PASTORLee 9:30 Gospel Concert I n ,f W G Clements asked the ALL WORK: ,
10:00 News
i I I' THOMAS SURLES HARRY ?t. 10:05 Serenade -- Board to consider paving, with Unconditionally Guaranteed
0i Methodist Charge Sunday .
1( COCHP 4N. As 'A. Farm to Market monies the road
REV. E ,W McDOUGAL Pastor 10:45 Prelude to Worship -.... ... ,
i tf C. B. DAVIS. Pastor 21:00 from Slrmans to U S 19. The
Morning Worship
12:00 Newt Board took the matter under con
"r-' TTR GREENVILLE T HAPTTRT, CHURCH FLA. 1st and 3rd Sundays 12:15 Afternoon :Melodies { ; sideration. If you want customers every

1|Rundav SHiool InN A. M. 11:00 a. m. and 730 p. m. 1255 Ness ,' I ?,' Mr Van II 'Priest, member of week in your store, tell 'em

,''Mornlne Worship .._ 11:00 A. M.Bantlst Sunday School Every 1:30 1:00 Afternoon Melodic 1 "" \r9\ the Suwannee River Development about it in an E.R ad every

Tmlnlncr Course 6:45 P. M. Sunday 10:00 a. m. Afternoon Melodies I tA Authority asked the Board if it

rventos Worship ........ 7:30 P. M. Methodist Youth Fellowship! 1:40 Serenade la Blue M v was their desire to have the State >

Prayer Meeting Wed. 730 P. M. BOB SEARCY. School 6:00 i>>. m I 2:00 153 News Hour o: Decisioa !J I i complete the boat ramp at the week.CONSTCUCUON

Sunday Supt wayside park at Ellaville. The
230 Musical
Sunday :
News J// Board stated that it their desire
255 .. was -
Prearhl", Rerdee' every First Preaching 2nd and 4th Sundays ,
and Third Sunday 11:00 A M. 11:30 am and 7:30 pm 3:00 Musical Sunday ...... I # that this work be completed. New and Remodeling
and 7:00 P. M. Sunday School every Sunday 325 News C ,1 .12:1' The Board instructed the Clerkto

Sunday School every Sunday 10:30 am 4:00 Hit Parade ./ ... start forfeiture proceedings on Howerton Supply Co.,
10:30 A. MF 425 News 2. Shift Into Ugh gear U soon M one (1) 1936 Oldsmobile 4-door
PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 5:00 Music! At Sundown possible. (Lover tears use up to 50 ;JIo. '-
before sedan.
"mHv Night Saturday This automobile was confiscated :
5:30 Headline Weather per cent more gasoline.) (
Everv iwroM Sunflav 4*no P. 3. Don't speed. (An automobtb J under the Beverage Act.
: GS3
REV. C. M. SAPPINGTON, Past M'J Preaching every Sunday SliD au tilt gets 20 mOcs to the gallon at Mr A D Reams, Jr Presidentof THINKING
,Sunday School 10:00: A. M PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO 20 BtpJu may ret as little as 8 when
HOPEWELL BAPTIST r.TWRCH r Morning Worship __ 11:00 A. M. CHARGE WITHOUT NOTICE doing 70.) the Council and acting as .

Sunday School ............ 10.-00 A. M.. Sunday Evening BTU G30 P. M. 4. Stick to one bn (Switching' spokesman for the Town of Greenville ABOUT MOREINSURANCE
'about by sadden bursts of speed can
Council asked the
Morning Worship ___ 11-M A. M, Evening Services ..,.,., 730 P. M. Schedule CM 30 per cent more asoline.) > Hoard to
Baptist Tmlnln Union &.** P. M, Prayer Meeting Wedir sday Daily Program 6. Go at a steady rate. (Speeding pave Western Avenue from the

Evenlne' Worship '7\() P. M Evening ,... .,...,. Y:00 P. M. tIp and then slowing down wastesgisoline. SAL Railroad south to Nineth ?
MM-mvric' : Prnver Service 7:30 P. M. W B SEALS, S S Superintendent WMAp' 130 ON YOUR DIAL ) Street, and then along Ninth
6:00 Alt On 6. When warming op the car don'tpomp
Brotherhood last Thursdayof J ARTHUR CRUCE, Training Union Sip the accelerator. .... Street to U S 221, a distance of
each month at ...... 7:30 P. M., 6:02 F1a. F'.tm Hr. I 7. Cut out needless Idlinf. approximately 1.2 miles. The
WMU every second and fourth Director.ERNEST 6:25 World L State Newt 18. Use the dutch as little u pos-ti Board to do this when funds are
Midav. 7:30 rim GURR, Minister 6.30 F1a. Farm Hour able and never ride the dutch. '

V T.. STNL ARY. 8. S. Suot WELCOME 6:43<< Rudy Hamrick 9. AnUdpaU traffic slow downs available. ,
'Dlt'f'clorREV. TO (t.on.,Wed. Fri.) and stops-coast up to them. You The Clerk was instructed to advertise -:
CHURCH for the gasoline used in
paid you ..
6:55 World News for bids RC-1 and RC-2
LEWIS D. HUGHEN. Pastor Come on
'I Worship With Us reaching cruising IpfedJet it carry
'I: Sunday School 10:00 A. M 7OJ State Newt you to your stopping point. (Except asphalt. These bids are to be ab

WELCOME TO Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. 1:05 Coffee With Ray for speedier* stop-and-fo driving is, opened at the next regular meet-
MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH the roughest nulesgt.)
1:45 World News your
Baptist Training Union 6:30 Ing of the Board which it to be
Sunday School ..r-,.... 10:00) A. M.I P. M 1:50 State Newt Follow theM role and you'll be a,
Momintr Worship ...:.., 11:00 A. M.I EWonhfp Y.7:30 P. II.I 1:55 Weather News Safe motorist.And thrifty one,too. held May 4, 1960, at 9:00 a m. 1 .
Mid-week Prayer Service 730 P. M. .
Mr Albert Lundy Farm Forester
6:30 P. M.
Training 8:00 O"Uee
wits Ray
r\-enlnff Worship __ 7:30 P. M. Jack Brotherhood Pickles. Friday 7:30 P. M. 9:00 Momfng bewtioftJ Termites Swarming? made his semi-annual reporton
S. S.
Prayer Meeting ___. 7:30 P. M. Supt. 9:15 MusIcal Interlude the 5 activities of the Farm
Sun AndreB.. T. U. Director
a Church Business Meeting First REV. 9:30 Musk! Unlimited CALL Forester. The Board was well
Pastor {
Wednesday night of each month. 10:00 Newt BurkeExterminating pleased with his report

Brotherhood and W.M.U. Second CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST 10:05 Music Unlimited There being no further business,

Thursday night of each month. CHURCH 10:30 Music Unlimited the meeting adjourned. fc

reaching Services Every Sunday Preaching Services every Sunday 11:00 Music Unlimited Co. Attest:
Com Worshln With Us. Morning Service 11:00 A. M. 11:15 Public Service .
Wilbur G Rutherford Chairman
REV. DOZIER SAPP Pastor Evening Service 8:00 P. M 11:30 Record Session Phone 293-J Perry, Florida
Sunday School 12:00 World Newt -- Dale M Leslie. Clerk
every Sunday at
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.. LEE BAPTIST CHURCH tO:00 A. M'. 12:15 P.M Noontime Notes Giant Jumbo Hamburgers in

REV. t T. CARTER; pastor BTU Every Sunday at 6:45 P. M. 12:30 Talk Of The Town C-in bun 4Qg.WHITE .. Giant Jumbo Hamburgers in

Services every Sunday Prayer Meeting every Wednesday 12:40 Uncle Ned TOP DRIVE-IN 6-in bun 40c.WHITE .
Gunday School ..,,._ 10:00 A. M. at 8:00 P. M.Brotherhood. 12:45 State News C. E.
Morning Worship '....... 11:00 A. M. first Thursday every 1230 Farm News TOP DRIVE-IN QUICK
Training' Union ;..'. 7:00 P. M. '
---- month at 7:30 P. M. 1225 Weather News* HU 3-6163 BOX 292
Evening Worship _.... 8:00 P. M. Everybody; Welcome. 1.00 HHIbffly Hit Parade NEW ELECTRIC 10-KEY: CORN $UO in Jasper)

Player Meeting. -Wed. 730 P. M REV. J.I 'R. COLLINS. Pastor 155
2:00 Gospel Time I Gulf Life agent can tell
,' MOSELEY HALL BAPTIST MADISON CHURCH OP CHRIST 2:30 Public Service VICTOR ..... .. .. $111.001 Mr and Mrs Coye E Rowe of you how, with Adapt-A-

CHURCH : 701;South Range 2:45 Afternoon Melodies I BURROUGHS . .. V20&50CLARY Winter Haven visited the J L Plan jour insurance is .
REV. JACK LAMBPastor Sunday Bible Study 10:00 A. M. 255 World State NnrJ Webb, and Clifford Webb familiesat adaptable. For example a I
..\Jt., Sapp Chairman; Board"of .. 225.00
/ 'rfix Lord's Supper and 3:00 Afternoon Melodies -.s.' Lee over the week-end. family income plan can also
.Deacons.: ; _.. -B.T.U.; Director: Edification ___ 11:00 A. M. 3:45 Public Service ODHNER' .. ... ... 259.50 CANDIDATES Rent provide substantial retIrement *
Bailey -
Billy : Sunday Evening Service 7:30 P. M. 4:00 News an adding income. Give him
: Leroy Cruse ....... Associate Director 4:05 Request Parade TOTAUA .. .. .. .. .. 259.00 I machine to total promises of support call today!
Wednesday Evening a
Cruse ,.. _. S. S. SuPt. from the deer peepuL THE
Leroy E-R
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Services _'__ 730 P. M 425 World & State Nuns plus led and state tax I I
Miss Merle Bass ......__ Song Leader 5:00
Request Parade
Mrs Juanlta Cruse ......_.. Pianist NEW HOPEFUL 5:45 Sports Highlights 17iEENTERPRISERECORDER
Sunday School 10:00 A. M. MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 6:00 World News

Morning Worship _.... 11:00 A. M Services every first and third 605 Twilight Tunes a ;
, Training Union .._.._ 7:00 P. M. Sundays at ll a. m., and 8:00 p.'m. 655 Newt HU 3-6361

r Evening Worship __ 8:00 P. M.Prayer' Sunday School every Sunday 10:00 7:00 Sign Off I Notice To Farmers .
Meeting Wed. 730 P. M. a. mTraining -
" :Just as I am. without one plea. Union every: Sunday: 7:00 CHANGE PROGRAMS WITHOUT SUBJFXTT NOTICE TO BEEP UP WITH POLITICS

fit I come. Recap ii,ss of your clothes p. m. i" s IN THE E-R .. ,

:, eondltiort Whether cotton. Home REV. W. T.'RtCROFT. Pastor .,;':4We Buy Yellow Ear Cora the! :
You are welcome In our L' .
,: spun OH MY
BAPTIST iiuHCn'We1co11es
church service. BEULAH '.' Year Around 4i

MADISON CHURCH OF GOD Services Every You Sunday ACHING BACK Georgia .
,., Sunday School __ 10 KM) A. M. REV CARL V. IVEY Pastor )..* TM <*. rt tiw rut .w JW PLATE Price Now Is
./ 11:00 A. M.Evenmg 10:00 A. M. .... tnm .
:: ,:.. Homing Worship Sunday School Mtttfc UckMhe .GLASS ,
7:30 P. M. 11:00 A. M. aa4 each aehM ad para.: ttot f** .
f. Worshln Morning Worship a.e r.it1 i.ttbt.aad........kk tit Company ;
, :* .. Youth Snce Wednesday8:00P.M. Choir Practice 6:00 P. M. Mat ,..aetL WMa tb.oe c pd $1.3Operbushel

'cf'"" TIEV. B. B. BRICKLfc Pastor Traiimg Union ...... 6:30: P. M. ttnltm-.di...r... w..tAMUwr 1'1II"-.M It tllfltl GLASS *
7:30 P. M tfictettMlrrtt .,W be aJW a.k'.a- .
Worship GLASS
Evening ... BLOCK *
L. 0.S. SERVICE Uo. fotk..itDm's 'InM't fw4datak.firs .
Wed. 730 P. M. .
4 Prayer Meeting. oaths twtt.r paeaf picker picked S
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF ...... '....... at a MIRRORS *
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Sunday School 10:00 a. m. Mad L ... .....,. MWe ..=.-.".""".... 215 W. Savannah Ave. .5
Sacramerc Meeting 11:00 a. m. Services every Saturday at br .<.ohiat BMt .. M.4iWrUM. t" Pbone: CHERRY 2-5285,

Belief Society and Priesthood time ison American Legion HaD. eats.hmuc W tW acttM 11 H e< Valdosta Georgia
School begins 2 p. m. Miffing
nd place as announced at Sacra Sabbath ...... wOU '
Service at 3 p. m .kJ-r a a WCHXtontrhtofeyt
inmt ){eetJn Church .dletiitW.. .r' gun.wt.wil'. FOLEY LAWN
ALL SERVICES AT AMERICAN E C WILLIS. S 'S Sort eaaas.,.... 3 ..... .... awe MOWERS JASPER, FLA.

'f1".. .CJ1iUI LEGION>f14 ..HALL...... ..Pr trY I .]1.........,... J:W.I tI.. ,, w : : : 10,per" II8ttiD!! wa.Pa1 meet'fa*
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Ellwfaies LfJp' Andrews LET US ELECT "T.. LUe Ti Oasaff' 14'PAYS- ON CERTIFICATE VOTED BY ISA;

FOR rat cowfPM r 'lUDGE R 2, Madison Ffe. 1HI .
Soft Drag Store COUNTY COMMlSglONERMrtriet tS, April -The
<,+. phi Adv'U 33-lt-pd I D .a.M. of Dfreetors of Investors
ttM-ee-Madtaon- Comty FOR RiENT: A house on Paterson, Syndfeate of Anrlea Inc. has votedto

,ATE 10 PTA DAY r (PaWl' 'PeIt&a1" AdtFAWLY >, N IL.L: :.. Street Apply MRS A E FRALEKIL credit advance payments with an
additional 2% ,per annum return for
', MFlistlf REUNION we Phone HU 3-23Z1 MadJsen. -
T.. .....".. :...... Future 'T k rr.rrrsof :' 33ltchjWANTSD the period) April 1, 1960 through
:,IV laia% Mr and Mrs CharlieJHHM II .a December.31, I960, and to set aside
; Piano, apartment size,i
reserve from aceonmlated
aserbierrs .Avatar *t the MttfoH 'bone. TheiiatK I net "an vfiight Slate where it! earnings.a *m &f sums sufficient to
; uhiidren. aM faoaHies Viet pre** Mlas. Ethel BeaMns k very ill i 4a be seen. Call HIT 3-6667 or i permit this action. This raises the
71* J rJ" oldaotfve of" + to anjor the day with a buff in the local he Mal. ,where she: HU 3-43607. 331tpdI I effective' terest< rate on advance

,couffe ranee "i ttwct of 'teahelse ., >.tyie. dinner, an egg hunt for thcmndrw wat taken thk, TNraday swraing payments: made by the company's

,recruitment to' .itfcnuUte interval+ .aM movies of the activities. following a ... She was foundat certificate holier to 4% per annum
Any Program
in the rtiHuinniMiiil: : .f the FufesstTBSCBWS hose present Included Mr ana the foot of the stairs at her for such period. Terms of the in-
Mn Bart Milford and S8m 7. MrA4i home on Nwrth Barry street by stalbaen eertJfieates' issued by the
of ABNRHI Hwemem IB Day and sow, Mr RayraeadMflloni. JttHftn Gibson as he started to Oa Friday, April 8th Steth Grade company provide that the reserve
the. Ugh .***::a.d eoik* e fPinetta Mr And Mn 0 C Webb and work lad Mr Gibson called aphyafctaa Section I gave an assembly pro for advance payment shall be accrued

J .aw and Mr and Mrs B D Hltfard aad the ambulance. Sh I[gram. Fkreace Coody, Norma liam at the rate of 2% per annum
.... tin dseess! ices' and isMldrefi.> all of Jacksonville, was r f rtoil at e&i poas&lj J Biock aad Carolyn Deters were compounded aamally.: : Thus for the
ft* SAoolwfeo attend* and Mr. and Mrs Harry Mitford and somewhat hii \" the grandmothers reminiscing: over period Indicated, the rate has been
':were Ltefe *tntt., 1..ry H tanHwhlen (....... el Loriite AfaForce Base The Meater Battery ic Tire Co. their sebool days doubled. The future accrual rate

Pattie.Ward, Jean Ante ,: ..... lr,e front door is. beg re-pabited.I There were two plays The first policy on advance payments will be
Pstsjr Mauls, Sow Marie Brown,, Same time back it was pot oa a one was an old timey school entitled reviewed again by the Board near

Muwni HMBflMoh Bo0HK SnaninBkf G41CH ACTIVITIES operation basis The Spelter Match The teacher the end of the calendar year.
was Mae Merchant The pupils were Generally a certificate holder
Ruth AVBtt. Veto* Rhodta, Ass Q J SteN-erson, Tallahassee, TO GIVE FILM M *& STATION I Kenny Walker;. Mickey Tuten Bobby may make advance certificate pay.
PbylU. JMS lire Arnot, w was the Wednesday evening speak rat ON FOMENT CAM Baker, Joe Bembreer Sidney John meats Uf to M% 'of the maturity

'Mrs T C Morris (fweM), Mm J F Rocky Springs Holy Week ser- son, Frankie Argenferitht, Eonakpjigaaa amount of his certificate: in any

Arnold ftMt), Linda Brarawn, \'tell. la prow this week A recently prodaeed color slide. ; Tommy Bishop, MIehaelHumphrey ; period of 12 months' and may continue
And Carols Cvs t; :those fWort Him ntcacnaaUon end Care of Henry Wadktes Jimmy to do so each year until such
Oortetfc church, Rev R AMtar XeHr
the Forest ... Paper Have IU
Tibbak and Charles
Ftartia Jttrtor College sufficient to ensure
payments are
bold revs\8l '
to Southern
Day, yrepafed hy the
sttenfad. inn Kay Van AM, The other play was a modern play payment of the face amount of the
,. Mt Olive Ba tiat church YO DC Pttlewood ConsnvatioB Assodkitioa entitled Lighting Up Time nc.1ay
certificate- maturity.
dwffffl MM Bra F.
;flMBMMi pips imaenied a 1ay Wednesday will he given at the
showed how
,1 Shot*. : .: ,. ...... AId Jftth aiceMng. of the MadkonLions light in the old days The teacherwas .Zone Manager
i wide observance of Pulp and Paper. Carl Mike Brock 32578Advt
: were \Vhlgham )
3 r 'fa taar. reooveh Mat Week April 24-30
JII.. \' .r'- ..-., fz'e1 r.p.raioa : Hot Baptist church re-! The; presentation, to be made by, Gloria Gay Martha Hutto RebeceaHughes

..., ,......,..... Ut'e' ".. : \14 e>neluiB may with Eatr *:: A L HilL Jr of iateraaUonaJ Paper HcdHn,.Vonnie Ronnie Thomas WU&amson, and Amanda Becky GOOD FARM BUREAU MEETING

... ..,?... kept hIM has.1 atrvfe' and dtr aer on theTiHMrCCO Ccfi aay, will foeas attention on! Webb The cave man was James County Farm Bureau

......... ;..- :!_ 1 I( the dose relattonabJo of the sooth I Aftter. Grecian and Egyptian girls Madison
....- ern forests and the expanding pulp I With lighted oil lamps were Sandra members enjoyed a good meeting
'I ...... !PLANTED and paper IIIJ.W,. Grimsky Susan Wegcr Mary Lu 'II'at Pinetta Tuesday evening April
Mr E fe Witaa MM TJH wHl beat
This presentation '5 held In School Lunch Room and
fflnidaai Aahley reported planting I Panics Torch bearer with lighted *
QNMHSSMff. Jtasse JfHghcy M.ij ., atma lavaeeo on the Fralei h made the April lth Meeting of torch was Chuck Thomas. Cotoftlal ..Gym. 3.:
Mrs C ? MeWlWanw attended fee 1 ,...aeoo OMnpany farms was ex. the GreeiwiHe Uons Club, and April girl carrying! lighted candle was The meeting was !Informal with

WMU m% 4* fliaiiiilliit o..N. : a.eind to )W cosseted Wednesday.i 27t& meeting of the Madison Rotary Melissa Lee. The lamp lighter was covered dish dinner served at 7:30
..w j fili l'r"VpVHaipliiP WBBHI I Club by A L Minjnaa, Colin Kowerton : dinner it was.
F I and a very good
._, "The trees jsaportanee
I Bryan Wnaan Has completed hit; Mrs Albert Coody played while ladies of the.Food Committee
our forests to 1ne ....., of the [The
ecru at Fort KBOJC, Ky, and Is: Florence Coody, Norma Hammock
.Mr ,and .Mi* J .A .. **.. awl J Suutit as a wnanxwm. dramatical* 'Bonnl Hamilton, and Mae Merchant and others of; Pi etta community
in Gev wimcnt+ school at Vjenaa: ,I shown In this 'All!.tlM, pre. to be congratulated on the
ttne e=nrd of Norfolk, Vau are I iy JW I School Bays Harvest are
1 t.t dill ...... potMayi wWr Ga b the departne&t of Mechaitioai -J pared eanaclany fause daring I. Moon aad sang Easter Parade. fine preparation for this meeting.
Industry. He will rude in] Pulp and PIlfer tPanfc," Mr .... of'Gainesville, formerly
S L Brothers
,-.,... ... aunt. illtia -.Ie F Milder. -By Mae Merchant
, where Mm Wfisoa isaearaMle
--- dvkl of :Madison was guest
i ., after hk Doran is com- Appreada ltL r 1.* sRl which
for the program
1k.rr #Eep.r Ir Forest Helps Fnpar Have :Its Day; : [was on Tobacco.A .
Air row, lilt Monday for Shaw several
J Jr spent I
Mrs T g.. Abeotba goodly number were present
.Air Fonea Baaa, Sowtti. Can>Hnt. .Isy the pact week in. Jackseo have been sihadukd by The college campus drives will b& the food,
( fJm Souinwn P Ip- and enjoyed
after '....Cfllhi l 1| +.0..0.'t *rty-4ay Jew vllit with the ftw.y of her son- l Lw jaasaeiatfOQthroughsMt officially named in a ceremony tobe everyone: and' fellowship. Hope
heM Shy April:21, at 3p. m. the program
with hto' :.fttMfta, Mr. aftc M hvlaw. and ....., Mr and ;Mr Hat It sisAss of the on the NFJC campus. Immediately to see more' next meeting time.

Des *ttNto : sad Me aistsrJune. Ralph. JMdKk, dwrisg the Blaea* Sotrth dwrt*< P* and Paper Week fotlewi&g 1M ceremony!: the cope '
tar.e of the Reddidc children This is tie Unrd nttsnal poH' **
of one win Hold an *epen house, Refreshments ATTEND UNCLE'S FUNERAL
';$ ,- wiia uirferweat a tonsitectatny, and paper fjiMrvavec sponsored by witt be served. Tbe college -

.r C BBeach. f1IWwtNnt Mr and Mrs Sam Bundtfek of SPCA M the past line! years. extends an invitation to? the publk Mrs Wj B Davis Jr, Mrs FrankIe
oksonviDe amt the past week to attend. Hendry,
Is .Ir.....:Ek. 19h ear week and here with Mr BandricJc's" parania DIRECTOH* Rt-tii.OCtttAT FrohockMrs: Delphin
end Tr..+e'. Ili... Marts white Mr ar.d Mrs' ISmer Pft tt. 1NIFII 1M#. METINS' Mrs William Bennett and daughter -lMt"I., R 4: CarrolL Mrs Hunter

vIatdaI W..b ...... fries+dsIT1s Mrs John MwrshaH Green and Carolyn of Valdosta are weekend [Bishop and; ,Joe Logan all attended

daughter. M* _. Home, eCJota two children Johnnie and Kay The same dhrectots were re visHors with: her parent, Mr tile lu&epsl of their uncle Sunday

Jteteatf, Oa _., her father and MT A B Lamer of Ocala are acted at the *nnl meeting of and Mrs Camel 'B1 Joek.s April Mi, at Soperton, Ga.

.' here Monday to Mm to Met ftpeadfetc today with Mr and Mrs the Hanson liMhssUfas, Inc owners -

cttf for' a WtMr CacveU :'' iock and Mrs W L Her- el fee le4Bi Produeta feuBJiag Mrs Fred Hoggins, of Pi etta returned Mrs A F Harrison returned
..... .. week's visit In
Wednesday from a
heM at the Attfctdtwal ctfI home Sunday from Pi evlevfeespHaL

and : Xn 'CIwJ laIC( BteteckMet ton.Kr and Mrs G T Mc\\lHima; thk city TtksftAty irighL The by- Valdosta where she hat Manning & C, with her sister, Mrs

artsd dMHiia of Xu wjta, ,G+s, and see, C T Jr are spending Jaws, however r .we e chanyd to. teen under treatment for a nerous[James RawHnson.

atttwsd ,.. .. ,1 to. .i| the E ra- Easter in Jacksonville with the I make the dkecters tema two I breakdown foe several days.EaCaes. '

per wipMilM>r *:-/"wHfc. Mr and Krs f" tlly of Mt aM Mrs Joe Smith. years on a ehggere4 ...... Beetedfof 54 Feed Panel Track

,Carroll :BU**'-t ;, 1 two years utm Henry Messer, *

'::.t;: Ik TIM b New! T. Van H Pri P ttf Nation! and CAMP $450
J C nee; sssl for one year,
, ..iM.1N... tf Ft; Meade kvl

;-( Mr...Jn _,CtfMty...... tfafc week. ore year f Power- !I Pat r Caatey 3 B Davit and T F Sir Drug Store mm MOTOR co.,

.....1etcIRCat FhBekl Mpott at ttnr corporation --
Mrs Oari !.... II Mtww it Westera AutiCUMCS
1Vera. ... .... 1Iat week at [' was sveawsd'. and area.
:,j .... w l'eCO'ertile land plans far flat >atw year
4w erj ...'f 'G will be ltd t I mapped out. 71st potation to NOTICE DOG OWNERS

fA!_ <;.: .:a.1.Z"" :;'.... .. .. JM1d ag a fttyOO* sjHHlluii. to the. I
; reran! Metal JIll+a4ia[ is .......

..' fACCINA" ( : WhWa II the .ra..d aha i14ee. la XadieoR, in rear oC City Hall, Dr. J. A. Davis. ve-teri-
Gti tMl ...:..rt
; : ill against rabies
1"\. .. nsri.n will vaccinate dogs sod other pets

djttcc and at tH< following places MAOGIE: AXE PA9SBSJMasjaie on 'l"JIUB8IAY., APRIL 21st, from 1 to 4 p. m.

x' Iii y, Dr. J. A. Dvi, Tftt mn M v ffi AJrfw. mm 78, .passed The *harg for this vaoefcifttien 3e1.60 per animal PLUS

other pets a *inat rabiag. The charge ,away at the ,Mjpikiam L Coonty boapHai .1 $1.0 for Seme fee for &&*. vsecisatiriagainst
for id $1.50 per a dnsa'V&tC Tuesday snsfsjlnjt,.... an ex All dog three months eC age or older must be
MONTHS OF AGE OR OLDER tenavd II tfMfls. Sna,.was a MM. *"*erisident l raWes. ,
AGAINST of Madtan and wnt+ a

.amber of Va Cnii iili Baptist
Hall Saturday, Xay Tfe, SlIt is snnrtvad by" tnreeFisaeral RABIES CLINIC
i it.tIbk.l
to 11 A, X Su.. I *-.Zt I
-- fly, April W en, sad ...

8 to 9:80 A, M, .,.. .
suikas wtt ire lihrii THURSDAY APRIL 21
.. April' 17 X nt cl jk nx hi the
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&Is Thizaday, Ail 214, tomsnt wtat fellow In BetttshemnanlbanV FLA
IMIn naknl ttAnaannVs
If"I IJrlatYl
A:* t. 111 ,A, tTll Tt )r WBBWiWi Wsnf*
ydoaj )[ of Bens t CJOA ftastral
d&T* .. .... .. 11 J1g. i ikEass'tidIif' It II .... that all &0L eate, aad other house eW' Js:

': n LJ1r 1 bus 11- 11.1 l .Mi. vA, hi order to preveat s reti of

cats, a'M e aNrM. the "1m.I" and to protect humans from rabies.

1iR All da1Pr cot wa iBatd wtt he picked up and disposed of.

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