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 22, 1960
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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. LIX No. 34 Return Postage Guaranteed FRIDAY APRIL 22nd, 1960 Madison, Florida Price I Oc Yearly 1 Subscription $3.75; Delayed Renewals 4.0Q.

I. (Ike) Hutto d Eddie Flowers for

For Tax Collector a t. County Judge .

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..:. : S> .'TATIVE,' OTIS R. PEAVY
'. announcing candidacy for -
W To my fellow citizens, friends, ... MY FRIENDS
y """ ;" 'v ;III re-election to the House of Representatives
W and neighbors: Again I want to thank each of
I At this campaign draws near to JIMMY SALE guards the hundreds of silver dollars on t of the Florida Legislature you for your wonderful encouragement
from Madison County, I want to
| an end, I would like to take the the table at Western Auto's recent big Maytajf promotion. take this opportunity to to your courtesies and your

1pleasure to thank the people whom Other in the exclusive E-R photo are CLAUDE DUVAL deep appreciation express for all kindness. I shall never forget you
1 I have been able to SAM BREEDER my for of them. I also
make personal SILVER DOLLAR JIM" SALE, owner, past favors and at this time to any want to
m, contact with for the fine spirit in and AL WILSON, Maytag regional Manager. pledge to all of the citizens of take ibiS means to express my regrets
which have for having missed of
they expressed themselves Madison some
r County that I will con-
I I in my behalf for Tax Collector FOUR ARRESTED HERE ycu; however, we still have sometime
tinue to work for those things
I WANTED IN TALLAHASSEE Fellow Citizens of left, and I certainly shall try
which are beneficial and upliftingto I
I would like to mention the fact (tiI every means possible to see. each
that it i* going to bet Impossible I Ito I, The four white men Michael Madison County oar county and its good people.I I of you. If I fail, please do not let
see each and e\'rry'< ne of you --2 Plina am proud of our Junior College .this keep you from voting for
L 19. WUham Singer, 18, .1
'' here at Madison and of the Junior
and your'
\ In person ask you for EDWIN L (EDDIE) FLOWERSfor
and and if Harry Singer 19 and Carmine A 'College system throughout theta '
vote support you are] your County Judge.
one of those please accept this as jSdascia 29. taken up Just westdkorh I am Fli: tTebol Webb "of Lee. S t "of Florida. andthat I had a It you elect me as your County

., a personal invitation to do sor\\nd'' y Monday : morning by? I have "llvM'" In MadisonCounty all parf Iris'thk'great'piece'of legisla Judge r -pjqjjte' to you tfctt. year _

".... It I have missed seeing jou,41! ctyBniy and city officers were re- my life except one year, which was tion. It is my feeling that this problems ,ana o ny'hse that cornea
: rperit in the L'SN. I am the son to the boys/and girls of our
-i gives
sincerely hope to soon. J i t : turned to Tallahassee Tuesday.The of W Drew Webb, former before your County Judge eMU receive
a County education
at a college
1 was born in Madison County \ car in whim the men were county a chance every consideration realizingthat
Commissioner of District
5. I
am a who might not otherwise
am ji resident of Cherry Lake, a every ease has its own .
riding was because it had peculiarities.
stopped farmer, married, andba'e four:
family man' with five children and W have this opportunity. No two are alike. I
only a-'piece handBumbered card sons! and a daughter.: I am a member of
I want to to the farmers
well qualified for the job. I\ say promise to you to judge each on
board where, the license plate of Midway Baptist church of
Your vote and support will be, our county that I was happy. tobe its own merits and apply commonsense
highly appreciatedSincerely . y in change two radios, a 22 caliber dentI that has been made to exterminatethe

J. I, (IKE) HUTTO pistol and 13 boxes of aawminitioe,i j feel I am CAfM of this office dreaded screw worm from this your shall problems always go co-operate unaBtWel'ed.I fully.,
'\I rooMn you 90. to the polls on for
I legislation
State. supported
adv'i' cigarettes'
(Paid political and i
seven cartons of I with every official to the extent of
I look .
May 3. down
tile ballot until
will keep a
HUB purpose and always ,
bearing tax stamps freest Florida, the law. But always my objptl
you came to County Contmfeftkmer.
Madison County Road ,- Louisiana and CalMtornte.. a camera District 5 and place your'X by F. T. watchful this connection.eye on your problems in lies with you, the people of Madison
and film .
and found
clothing were T..ooeltb County.It
( fee wilt
and appre- I to assure
take this
I am BILL MACK. HCVDRY a,in the car. the men were" held.Mest elate !t. opportunity will always be a pleasure to

Construction In BudgelIncluded OFFICE.candidate for your SHERIFFS i of the eoatent of the ear Sincere yrtl all the honor people me,W with our county re-election that at if work with the youth of our county ,

I have ben identified .. stolen from F. T. (TEBO) WEBB. this time as' Representative because in our young people we
am sure we are all interested your have the most vak able asset that
in the State Road De- In a better Madison County. I I Bayfeta' Store, tea mfles east of (Paid political advertisement) you will have a man in Tallahassee our county can afford.

partment's tentative budget for promise to better your Sheriff' Department : TtHahmme on U S 99. who will ; work for and vote I will always appreciate your

road construction during 1960611are by offering courtedtts ;sad tor those thkfgs( which will benefit constructive criticism. There Is so

the following Madison county Qualified personnel; a proven, effective ., -RotaryClub Madison and the great State of i. much to learn from each of yen.
items ] youth program: an adequate SOCIETY Florida. i Only by doing this can we mate
of bOOk A aIn. I Thank You and I
act ; honest, courteous i say .
PRIMARY BUDGET and have healthy community -
MiM Joyce LltUeton: was Initiated *. progress a t
ehatr- and
program vote sup-
and efficient and impartial law enforcement Randallmued earnestly solicit your
Completing grading, paving beta Phi Deita-Ft, 'W.sYa> an tHtneetUig movie on MayJkd.Your in which to Hve. r
structures on State Road 20-US 12. If this type program meets ylltstnpproval. ttonal Air) Ica1 Edocatton Honorary+ of the dtjr Hf Watton and. .H. friend and servant We've matte the start-BE SURE '

US 27. B.8 miles from the Taylor I want you to nnsid4' stxdety at FSU on April MHk MteLHlteton AMertoan way of life at the Rotary OTIS R. PEAVY WE WIN! Consider and vote fee ;
to the Jeffer- is also silinl of glib me, EDWIN L. (EDDIE) FLOWERS
county line northwest this a personal irritation to rote i a n AlpteXI meeting Wednesday.Vbtting tPaid political adv't
son county line, $200,000. for and elect DILL MACK HEKDKY j Delta meal! ....,. Rotarian were W F for your County Judge on

Paving of State Road 55-US 221a your SHERIFF. Cftttova of Tallahassee and Norman May 3rd. '

distance of 123 miles from the PaW potttteal advt). Vidti0g Mr and Mrs J F Collett Pretsman of Lire Oak. Guests were TIlE MMWeek (Paid political tMV'U., .

Taylor county line to State Road eta' tit Easter week end were Jtmmy Davis, Madison and Dm .-.
Donaldson of the ----- "
10 estimated at $150,000. Easter Mass, tfeetr son Mr John Collett Jr of High School. ending Apr 19th Church Of God

Four-laning, grading,, paving, and I I Jaeksoa 11le. Fla, Aek- daughterand Max Min. Rf.
structures on State Road 10-USi I her family Mr and Mrs Grady Ten or twelve Madison Jayeees 82 51 .00 -
Wednesday ,
; art leaving this Thursday afternoon The Rev B B Briekiey, poster,
90 in Madison a distance of 1.1 The ReFa la ;draham. of Powell and two children Glendon I Thursday 83 55 .00
in the Civil Defense the
I ambulance for brought the Easter message at
miles estimated at 280000. Road Lake City conducted Easter Massat and Grady Jr of Orlando. and Mrs II the big convention In Miami Ben Friday ,81 59 .00 church of God Sunday morning '

Widening and paving State 7 a m Sunday at the Church of I I GoUeU's 4 r\n..1aw and sister i Davis prominent local Jaycee. is a''Saturday 83 58 .00 his sermon topic being The Empty

10-US 90 from Madison to Suwan-: St Vincent de Paul The Mr and Mrs Roy Cone, also of candidate for state president of the Sunday t 88 62 .00 ,
nee river a distance of 15.3 miles! ion story was the Resurrect-I Orlando. organization.Fla. I Monday ': 83 63 .00 I
At the evening hour the
$280,000 service and hymns the .4. 58 .00 I
I '
estimated at emphasized Tuesday 83
church Choir directed: by Mrs Vernal
Paving 13.5 miles of State Road I story of the Risen Lord. The 1 11.11Iri'r f .. Webb presented an Easter
the Georgia- church decorated '
145 from Madison to was beautifully Total oNo
Cantata with Mrs Briekiey accompanist
Florida line, estimated $160,000. with Easter lilies and gladioli. rainfall week ending Apr 16that I A ) congregation attended .
f arge
SECONDARY BUDGET Church Of Christ any of the forestry towers. both services.Tn .
Grading, paving and structureson Sun rises Apr 22ad 5:59 am
Egg Hunt was given -
State Road S 146 for 65 miles i Elder H H Henderson broughtthe 7:07
pm. for the children of the churrft
from end of present: pavement II. Easter message at 11 a m Sun- Moon rises Apr 22nd 4:06 ,am. in the pine forest at the Vernal,

northwesterly: estimated at $325.000A day at the Church of Christ Music .F '' Moon in eoRStetiatien. of Aquarius Webb home and the children had-! -

hearing will be held on the 'consisted of the singing of hymns 22nd.v *
Apr a gala time. There were esleredd I
tentative budget May 26th.. 'appropriate to the season. The 4 1 High tide Apr 22nd at St Marks eggs for all and refreshments.

children of the cm.reh'eMer Light 12:12 pm.
Mr and Mrs F C Bullard and L
tained with an Easter Cfbr g bunt RECEIVES WINGS
daughter Kay, of Atlanta spent DIES
Sunday afternoon on the deurehgrounds FSU PRESIDENT Receiving wing of an Air Force
the weekend here with relatives.Theyy by the ladies of the church. z navigator and his commission as a

brought with them aIrs Bul- Dr Robert Jf rozier, S3 prealm second' lieutenant Tuesday April 5, .

lard's mother, Mrs Beulah Sealey, Representatives of Madison Coun.ty ('< of Florida State University, was Lieutenant Jules M Hen ree* ,

who had been sta'ingith them -.Schools at the Annual Flerida '1'od at 9M 3. m. Wednesday in cf Harlroien AFB. Texas who to

for some time and who is WW; :Education Association Oenveatnathft +1 3 y I n.vrrsity of CMeac*'* BtWn.s now re dy to tam ttb place! te tee

visiting her son, Tom Sealey, and week end in Miami indude -, 9 x air.Pensacola foOowtaf, a heart attack. sabots .troipaca force following

of Tallahassee Prof Burch Cornelius, Dr Blanche Fla. _family hardy Pria. S A Klnsey Jr Mr mlidoaed \:any' Ensign at the vorrsity of Florid r f Mrs LacMr Vatner ka* moved. H....e fa Hit fM of Mrs lath

-x- and Miss Trank Fansler, Mrs Tilden Norris Naval Air Staton. PemaeoU April The former Attention Officer br real emote office from the bus HeMbree. Steinhntriitf Fla.
Mrs Korma Holloway Hotel
Mr J D Kane>'. Mr J C CartmiU. 6 Lowdr T Davis Jr. son of Mrs! Candidate completed 16 weeks of station bsiMtaf to the Byron ReJatfcws heN II Lin. Han+alrfta .
Marion Osborne of Pensacola were JIr June Garbette. Mr T P Me add Mrs Laude T Davis of Uabvng at the U S Naval School I MhiMllt>s, Jncfcde his giandniKher., Mrs R L

recent guests of the W C Pul- Leod, Jr. and Mr Wily Slrmon. Fku is eoBfratolated by Capt \We'l o? Pre FIgitt before reeehrfeg his -xMr Moore of Lees two uncle, RMeHeus
Iiams'at Hotel Madison whale here, Bulk Ids Command og O bro eeminiifton. He It BOW HMUmJ to and Mo Buck Roberts, Moore rf t.aad J W

to attend the PullianvDavis:" wedding air and Mrs Jerry llaUa: F,Defere estfettan fee Naval .Aria- the Settle fleW Nerd Avdfery 1 Atlanta, stet Batter weekend here flem&ree, MadfeM* and two aunts ..

Miss Holloway WaS"soloist\ Mobile Ala., are guests of MrMrs and Won Offfeer Cwwfafcrte Program at Air Stat_ afro to PlGl8.... un- with Mrs Roberts parents. Mr and Mrs Dean M Brown. Dim, and, .

for the occasion. Kirby Rek brnann. \ the Naval Air Statioo. Jadaeavffie. 'derma. ply fHbt' 'test. Mrs S K Moore. Mrs Albert Campbell Lee.


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FAMILY REUNION Joyed a bountiful dinner-and a B Davis of Madison and two _, _,

Mr* Frankye Frohock entertained delightfully informal day. daughters Misses Judy and Florida G-E
DOG VACCINATION CLINKS} the Logan family with a reunion Among the guest were D Irs Davis. of Mercer University. Appliances

dinner Easter Sunday at the Greenville Frohock' daughter, Mrs Jim
)--. Replogle and two sons of Oak Howerton Supply J
On the indicated date and at the following place Woman' Club Forty members CORN $1.30 in Jasper
Tam and
Ridge. Mr
of thefimBy met and en and DireW
"'. ,: 'in Madison County, Dr. J. A. Davis, veterinarian, will ; ,
vaccinate dogs and other pets against rabies. The charge '

for this vaccination is ?1.50 per animal



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The Board of County Commission
..... ers of Madison County, Florida "n -
k will accept bids on RC-1 and RC-2
asphalt, delivered to any point in
Madison County., at their next regular '
5 J meeting which will be held on .5

May 4, 1960, at 9:00 a. m. The
r Board reserves the right to reject
any and all bids. .
ry Board of County Commissioners '
f Madison County, Florida. 33-2t-ch '. '''.'f'

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Insects were on earth millionsof -:f '. .'
years before man,, and human

: beings have always had to struggle \
against 'pests. The world's 218 A ,
;': JUDGEFIRST billion people are Tar outnumberedand >

.. outweighed by agricultural ..,'. .
DISTRICT pests. It is estimated that there \<<.::

COURT OF APPEALFOR are more than a million kinds of c_

NORTH FLORIDAAN insects on earth. 'The United States ,
has about known kinds < ,
85,000 :
: 10,000 undesirable and several ,
'WHOSE OPPONENT IS THE! hundred destructive enough to I '
COLLINS' POLITICAL APPOINTEE. agriculture to be of major impor
tance. r

(Paid potilcal ad.) Insects have never taken over f ;': l
the earth because natural foes tend t
IN CIRCUIT COURT, MADISON to keep some balance among the

COUNTY, FLORIDA: EQUITYW forms of life in an area. But S S
given a chance: pests break out in .S.
HANCOCK Plaintiffs,
plague force/ Famines caused by

vs., locusts reported in the Bible. '
AUDREY W STRINGFELLOW, and History is replete with instances _-= .{tt
T J BEGGS, JR Defendants where pests have _starved out large t
NOTICE OF RECEIVER'S SALE numbers of people. The four S
Notice is hereby given that under horsemen of the Apocalypse were i5J
and by virtue of the order enteredon war, famine pestilence and death.
the 15th day of April 1960, by At times It has seemed that Insects -
the Honorable R II Rowe one of
,might finally win their battle -
the Judges of the Circuit Court
Madison County, Florida, in that against man and his crops and (1:
certain cause therein pending in animals and take over the earth. .. .
which W E ,Hancock and Eppie Lee But man is resourceful and keeps
Hancock are plaintiffs and Richard coming upith new and better

H Stringfellow, Audrey VV String- weapons with which to fight the
fellow and T J Beggs ,Jr are defendants pests that constantly plague him.

in chancery, I as Receiver Science now provides man with
appointed by the Court in said order, ,
weapons and strategy and is making -
will offer for sale and sell at public -
these increasingly effective.Weapons .
outcry to the highest and best
bidder or bidders for cash at the against agricultural pests
premises known as the Beggs Building -I include pest-killing chemicals;
a hotel, and grill located at serums, antibiotics vaccines and
the Northwest corner of Base other biological for fighting animal
Range Streets on the South diseases; and new plant
of Lot 122 Block 17, Town of varieties bred for resistance to

)a Medison. Madison County, Florida I specific pests. Strategy for pest
on the 2nd day of May, 1960, between fighting includes organized effortsto
the hours of 11:00 a. m. and' use research weapons and regulatory -
2:00 the described
p. m following
work of inspection and qua-
property, to-wit: All of the propertyof
rantine. Our.entlet.h century
the defendants Richard H.: .
has been called the first time that
Stringfellow and Audrey W String-
fellow, consisting of personal man has been able to fight back SI .

property; assets, merchandise, furniture aggressively against plant and ..
,' fixtures and chattels used in animal pestLMeanwhne it)..'':
connection with and located in that the volume and '

certain hotel and luncheonette business speed of modern transportationhave I 55 5 S (
in the Beggs Building on the agriculturalpests 4S
enabled stowaway /'
Northwest corner of Base and Range
to rove the world as never
Streets in the Town of Madison ,
Madison County. Florida. before. .
A detailed inventory of the Thus both man and pest have ..

specific personal property Is available gained advantage As the contest f .r ;
I. and may be seen at the office stands, they are about evenly :=--

of Randell II Rowe Jr Receiver matched. This represent a pin -

herein, at Madison Florida.The for man's side, because in all .

property may be seen and earlier ages he was practically
inspected at the premises described helpless against pest outbreaks.

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property being sold to SIZE

all satisfy costs said and order subject of this to Court any and and Let muffler and tail

alt personal property taxes existing
against the same. pipe experts check your ._ ""- p- X } :. .$. .Off.HAS'MORE ,..-'
This April 19, 1960.
RANDELL IL ROWE JR. Attorney exkaast free! S
at Law Madison Florida. FOR YOU

and tail .
To give 'em your sales pitch cal Muffler pipe

The E-R by TUESDAY at 5 P M

and say, TAKE AN AD, PLEASE installed for. only : GET VALUE, LIFT, REFRESHMENT TOO 1

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y+b./ w? H. (Billy) Balky I '\

SCHOOL BOARD, DIST. 4 :] To 9,The. People Of Madison County -
(Paid Political Ad\"d. .
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POLITICAL ADS ...... ...* ; >. Dear FriendS: .' .'A

please i let us have 'em by As you know, I am now running for re-election as County Judge subject to the"

W MONDAY, APRIL 25, at 5:00p. Democratic Primaries in May. During the time that I have been your County Judge

i m. THANKS. E-R. I have been at your. service whenever you had business to transact in that office.
% kr 1 1S Seldom have I taken any time from the office as I have a personal desire to give

OAK( HILL NEWSMrs I you service when you need to see me.I .

have had only one purpose in mind, and that purpose is to be just, fair and
Tumest with every matter and every person coming before the court and to dispose of
CHANNEL MASTER R P Buchanan attendedEaster the matter'with justice and fairness based upon the law as I see it from an unbiased
: cervices at Pine Grove Sun viewpoint, and at the same time being courteous and polite to all concerned. Iassureyou
;Say morning. that this will)) continue to be my purpose if I am re-elected to this im-
Standard Broadcast and Short Wave Mr and Mrs Ross Arnold and portant office-

sons of Dixie visited Mr and Mrs .. .
8-Transistor Radio Bobby Buchanan Saturday after- I sincerely hope that I have conducted the office of County Judge in a mannerthat

TOOT .\ a meets with your approval, and if I haeI will be grateful to you for your
Utttn In on'oil foreign broadcast Model no. 6512 EGG HUNT J vote and support in the coming Democratic Primary on May 3rd.
Including Moscow,Madrid,Pant,tic Con+piete with )
leather carrying Mr and Mrs B K Cex and family Assuring you that if I am re-elected that I will show you: my appreciation by
Slaip-lo-alap,tMp4o-shore. P01i. ,.tolls t/ case private and earphonei trios J I Mr and,':!Mrs >N"o'rmanValker continuing to give to the people of Madison County the same efficient and courteous

Amaltur tiatfont. Alrlin.pilots. extension tennat and wire 38 en* :md family, Mr and Mrs G C service as I have given in the past, I am ..
9 And enjoy/ of/your favorite music tetetcopinc nal antenna' cxter J Buchanan Mr and Mrs Dale Hall
end news broadcast tool rod son Mr and Mrs Bobby Buctanan .. Sincerely yours,
50OTIIER Mrs R P Buchanan, Mr and
Powerful TEN TUBE PERFORMANCE! $69 Mrs Gene Buchanan, Mrs F A : Curtis D. Earp
B transisf ors,2 diodes,end I '''thermistor. MODELS Suchanan and Mr and Mrs Jimmy

FROM Strickland; enjoyed an egg hunt at
$2150 he home of Mr and Mrs 135
Buchanan Sunday afternoon. Also Senior Class Play i

alhy Evers spent the weekend -- _
... pith her grandparents.Mr MY SISTER EILEEN ._ _
and Mrs Russell Singletary :MHS AUDITORIUM

WAYNE/W. WEGER ,md family and seven friends of FRIDAY. APRIL 50 22 and, 3 7Sc P. M.. IF IT'S NOTELECTRIC
Mdosta visited Mr and Mrs Cecil'refton
I unday afternoon for the
<< :"
I?"gg hunt :
Mr and Mrs J L DaisWe -
ailed to Statesboro Ga, last Tues-
PHONE HU 3-2530 3IADISON, FLORIDA Admissions: Mrs Elite Webb, GunTrulove
lay to attend the funeral of Mr
... Burnett. Rob
Mia Agnes IT'S
.(t.-- :.. : : :- Marion W Campbell, a cousin of
Gall1Jliams.. Mrs Loretta
Mrs Davis. While there, they also bie
LIONS' CLUB. rutted relatives in Twin City and Strickland, Hampton Kerns, Mrs
Officers for the new year were Stella Mathews, Miss Ethel Hopkins -
I nominated the Lions' Club j Portal Enroute home, they spent *
at meet.1
Duane West, Mrs Loretta
.q Tuesday as follows: President the weekend in Macon with Mr and Strickland, Jesse Cone, Kermit
tA Oscar A Beck; Secretary, Bob Lay; Mrs J R Defore and also visited
J B Stewart. Lester Regis
: :4 ;; Treasurer, Paul Ragans; Lion Mrs Kitty Hamate in Nashville. i Thomas '
.. Mrs Delia Langford, Miss
I Tamer, Kirby Rcichmann. Tail Mr and Mrs Don Gregol returned ,ter,
Twister, Al Hofflander; new Directors to Tampa Tuesday after a several Terry Ragans, )Ihs Judy 1I t-eed'1 the world'* fin* and tintf electricjpprtobfe.ust ;
Richard Brockman and Horace Grace Collins, Mrs
days visit with her sister. MrsRan Mrs / touch of the*eyt tirtcMectricioowen
\\'il11ams.I Co11 n .
I Al Fiori- was In charge of the Terry Discharged: Mrs Virpnla Allen t takes.*ifcfta oter a,>lurnincilsaiile" ,,- ::.-'-'" '-i't riiiii.'i_
Mr and Mrs R L Crafton were
introduced Stan Gar
program and and baby, henry Lends Junes
rctson, area Scout Director who hosts to the Raves Easter gather-I Mrs Lorctta StriekfemL
showed a film and gave a talk on teg SuRda)'. Visiting them during '
I I Trulove :!Mrs Betty Thomas
What Is Boy Scouting the day were Mr and Mrs W I Gus
I, Gall WilHamft )Irs. Florence
Six Scouts presented merit Mrs
4 were Reaves and children, Mr and '
f. badges at the conclusion of theprogram. ;Si Reaves and daughter Barbara, I Sapp ad baby. Mw Ada
Mrs Martha Puller and
I Mr and Mrs J D Agner and family i Thornton
I JuHus Harms of Jacksonville ww I iand DrimMS, Mrs
Mrs HaUte Hughes, Mr I KRfBvee baby, Ck
BURGER BASKET 50c a visitor. Albs Mabel Reaves, Bev i Elite W.... JtMe Owe, Mrs Loretta .

I and Mrs W L Wyan. .Mrs Mary i Strickland and bade Jerry
includes French Fries and trimmings ATTEND JONES-HEMBREE Allen, Joe Craften Lank Sexton,I herring, Duane Ww, Miss J 4yliaktead touch typingirTHE>
Curb Service. Call HU' 3-6422 fm WEDDING Mr and Mr Jim Reaves curd' >>till Terry Rad am, ami
orders to take out ;
Relatives attendee the wed4iRc I. Ann, Mrs James Bradford and. Mr MATCH Cherry, Sr.
Regular Dinner 90c v BABY
Sunday afternoon a) the Rock Sink I son Scott. Mr and Ira Jckfe 9trfcM..d

White Top Drive-In: Baptist church Jones near Cross of Cross City of, tern Friends of 131 tore Ftamtaee of Mr J Dr,D Avrfmrn-New- of Pfnetta, aamo.nthe Urtli of
!Miss Shandry City son, torn ApHI H. M* fired
fe a
dam wW be: gold to know he :
& 2nd Lt James Mellows Hemorce
MAYO ROAD 6 lbs and 7 an.COLORED.
1 1i
I of Keesler Air Force Base Bftoxi, coavateschif at home after major PATIENTSAdmtortom

Miss, included Mr and Mrs Dean!!swgery at a Lakeland hoIpiIaL Portia Aieeawid r.
t;Brown, Mr and Mrs RaymondBrown ; Mr.... Mrs 1 toward 0J0d"I : .
Meorv.Rkbard .
I TaMen, AWe Moe
Ma ft"t'
COLORED DEATHS and Mr and Mrs Charles 1 I Mrs Lara Coedy and !Rev and Mrs Solomon, Charlie Mat pO
Hembree and three children of I W L Wynn vfetted Mrs II Goody'bother ; .
i I Leila Mae PhUHps.tehafverir .
Barfieid ..
Madison: .and Mrs R L Moore Mr: J D, Johnny and SbeUoaKewbefn and '
Bwe Bmmh .
Richard Solomon, age SO, diet])I j and Mrs R :MeHous Moan and Mr I l Friday and Saturday. .. ; ,
and Ida )
le TaH n,
baby Mf
In the Madison County hospital: and Mrs Albert Campbell of Lee.I lVthere they attended the
April 16th after an extended ill famed Passion Play at Lake Wales. Moore. i
ness. He had no known survivor. CAPTURE MOONSHINE STILL I Visiting Mrs LHU Crafton Sunday Born to Samuel and CharHe,
Funeral services were held Wednesday I were Mr and Mrs 11 L Feaningten Mae Darffeld a baby boy, April
7 lbs and 2 eeL
at 11 'A m at the graveside Local officers working with the' Sr of Valdosta and Mr 17. lie weighed
in Oak Ridge cemetery with Beggi i State Beverage Department located and Mrs H L Peonfogtoa Jr of Born to Tommy and Lena Phillips ..t 1"' L

Colored Funeral charge. a liquor still fifteen miles south of I Atlanta. She returned with them Pinetta Route I, a baby girl ".,., _
ROSA LEE FIFFIE Madison Monday morning. The I Valdosta for a'vbit with her weighing 2 lbs and 9 class
Rosa Lee Fiffie age 43 died ai' operators were nowhere to be seen daughtti' Deceased Mr, F L Canny, April
her home near Madison Saturday, but the still was hot and the mash Mr and Mrs Edgar Blair madea 17. r i

night, April 16th. She was born ir L 1 had just been run.' trip to Gainesville Friday. -.
Madison County. Survivors are: hei The officers left but returned Mrs Bfll Fourakers entered Pine- Mrs C T Tlllman of Quitman ;

mother, Maggie Jackson of Mad. at 1:00 a Wednesday and found view hospital Monday for surgery. was the guest of \Irs P J Parra- 1

con. .five sons, three daughters ivn all equipment had been moved and t She will be remembered as Miss more Saturday. She and her
sisters, one brother and six grand.. the spot deserted. By truck ruts Patty Craft n. Little Shirley 5nin1a.wIr Dan Walker,

children. and broken down undergrowth the, Fourakers will speed! a week with spent Easter in Tampa with
-. Funeral services were hck I still was located further on about her grandparents, the R L Oft *'
Walker and children.x .
Thursday 21st in the Mt Zior I six mUes south of Greenville Mrs
church:: Interment followed in Ml t Sheriff Moore said the still was Mrs E E Hadden bad as guests E-R
Zion cemetery, near Cherry Lake,, of 200 gallon capacity with etei O1M.,Easter holidays her daugb Misses Judy and Florida Davisof
with Clifford Stallworth, Manageiof 1 steel drums and a 55 gallon cooV tor, Mr* Charfes Campbell J. aid Mercer University spent the Caster

Beggs Colored Funeral Home,. lag barrel, and a boat, which were son Scott of Kissimmce: and her holidays with their parents r7DD' ';

in charge of arrangements. destroyed......- ........,.... _..... -_. ..- sister, Mrs C C Higby.. ---of- Oennont....-' Mr- --and- #.Mrs. _. -W--B- -Davis. 'Jr... Pt7 -


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please let us have 'em by

Agricultural Flying MONDAY, APRIL 25, at 5:00p. .'I ) '' ,. -
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m. THANKS. E-R. '



HO WARET MORGAN Next Tuesday, April 26, the

Highway 90 West seniors of the high schools In the,

Phone FOrest 2-2010 Suwannee River! Valley area will
get a preview of college life when j ADS IN THE :

LIVE OAK, FLORIDATO they ,attend the Second Annual I

Visitation Day at the North Florida :

Junior College. __ :

HONOR TWO LEADING The visitors and potential college .t:'' .

CITIZENSThe 1 I students will assemble at the First

. .,1 Baptist Church In Madison at 10:30 I
I t
a m for'the opening of activities
North ,
Florida Junior Colleg i
which will keep the student at a ; t
and friends of the college will
pay 1 lively, but typically NFJC, pace .
to two leading citizens of '
I until the final bell at 1:30 p m.
the ,Suwannee River Valley '
area I' During this Introduction to college
this Sunday, April 24, at3. ,. pm in \ ..
a special ceremonyFon'theNFJC" the group will have an opportunity .' ....
to visit the NFJC facilities -
campus when two of the
especially the Impressive li-
drh'csill be officially named in .
home for
brary-the second many
honor of the late Fred Mahan of
NFJC students who are completing :
Monticcllo and Senator W
: Turner
research papers or studying for the .
Davis of Madison for ,4
forthcoming final examinations.The .
to the college college administrative and :; '\, .:: .
Mr Fred Mahan IN ,
as one of the Instructional staff will be availableto # ::1 :
final contributions before
'" his meet and counsel with the students t' .. <:
death, planned and completed the about their future plans. 1 c

first stage 'of beautification of the ,.. .
will be :
The high school seniors
College) campus. The hundreds of :
guests of the college at a picnic l 1O''J'I ,
plants growing on the f _
campus area
luncheon and will also enjoy a reception _
living monument to Fred Mahan- _
at the home of NFJCs :
a man who devoted his life t
President, Dr Marshall Hamilton. .
making the world a more beautiful .. (.
place In which to live. } ,. 1960 1 "+t
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Senator W Turner Davis has \,;.. ,.,,' i ,t n :
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been a friend of the entire JuniorCollege .,f'; ." ,"- .

movement in Florida. 'Miss Elvira-/Louise" Brown illS i: .. ,

Legislation to provide' for ,and>!\.y expand senior; Is one ,%of eight Seniorsin ; '" i' : .

Junior College facilities ,were the state to (be awarded a Future .& I '" .r

guided In large measure throughthe Teachers of; America college .

Florida Legislature by "Senator scholarship of $250 to help prepare J : ; :

Davis. Locally, he has been a for a teaching coaching career. To Keep Up With 11"H\ ; ; ;: .

supporter and adviser to the development The scholarships are given by 'J ..."" 't{ .

of North Florida Junior Bankers Fidelity Life Ins Co of ...' .' ,. "
College. Atlanta. : '.. Those Advertised Bargains!, r ,:'f A.

Immediately following:: the ceremony "lit .
1, .
College will hold "
open James Pate, son of Mr and MrsJ .
house with refreshments being .,, ,
L Pate of Greenville, If at present <"; >
served Everyone is invited to this '" '
and the -
working training at _
ceremony and to enjoy the campus Northside Hospital In Rochester, ;r-___ : -= -= = ---- .-=---=. _- -7 _-- F"

and facilities of North Florida ....._- ----- -- "
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N y For the past four months he AUDREY NEWMAN CIRCLE -
Junior College which has becomea has been living with his brother- I Senior Class Play Re-Elect
showplace In the Suwannee River ,
in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs W
Valley area. < : ,, Mrs H D Roberts Mrs Maxk MY SISTER EILEEN
II Scott at Rochester. For t'Oand RAY E. ..
Jones and Mrs
George Ifendry entertained
.... a half years prior to 1948, Mrs I Mlle, AUDITORIUM
the Audrey Newman Cr-
IN CANDID ATE.SCHOOL. Scott the former Florence Pate ,de Monday evening at Mrs Roberta'fgne. Admission: 50 and, 76c : GREEN -.
taught at the Greenville schools The program opened with

Kenneth*'Avery Stud, illl 'rori"bf :AfterMr'Scoif received his MA "at devotional reading by Mrs Walter LEE 7 S
Mrs Corene Wilson Studstill. of FSU they moved to Rochester, .Williams and the Spring'study was S STATE COMPTROLLER ,

Madison, has been,selected 'for the where Mr Scott Is employed as an I presented by Mrs Dale M Leslie. for I.p.rJ.iK., Efficfencr, Ecoftomy'I
Navy Officer Candidate School, accountant with the Todd Com The members presented Mrs Hendrywith Paid pot..di'tiEASTER

Newport, RL He reported April :pany, branch of Burroughs Business a beautiful bed spread as a Wayne Slaughter of Patatka '.

18th according to Chief Petty Machine Co. When school Is house-warming gift for her new came home to spend the Easter holL I :Keep"rr ctorlaa'.1",s;'G reen.I "-

Officer Long of the Valdosta Navy out Mr and Mrs J L Pate are I home. The hostesses served a frozen days.Miss I >,
fruit salad, sandwiches and Eva Mae and Gwen Kelley
Recruiting office. Chief stated planning to make their annual tripto '
Long coffee. and Mr Winston Bojkton of Jacksonville -- -
that after successfully completing spend '
were recent guests of Mr
16 weeks of intensive Indoctrination weeks with their children. I Candidates-Strew your name and Mrs H J Brown. I I Mr and Mrs J C Burnette were
Mr and Mrs Griffin Bishop entertained hosts Sunday afternoon to tho
-x- all around the county with E-R Mr and Mrs Charles
Studstill would be commissioned i Godwin and
with a birthday party umettc-BeggS-Davis-Karstedt annual
In the Naval A number of relatives have been; cir two children of West Palm Beach II.
as Ensign
an campaign posters, : evening honoring their son Easter Egg Hunt. Forty or
visitors In the home of Mr I came Thursday night for
recent visit
Reserve. a
I culars. Be sure to say some I Tommy on his twelfth birthday. more gathered at the Burnettes'Lakeside
with Mr and
the Mrs W V G dwin.
and Mrs Johnnie Smith during I friends
Twelve young of ,Tommy'sarrived home hunt the
I to eggs on
thing nice about yourself, even Mr and Mrs I
Edward Whitty and
illness of Mrs Smith's mother, i at six o'clock and enjoyed grounds and to enjoy the picnic
Mrs Fred Mickler Is In Jasper Mrs Anna Freeman. if no one else will.JXnff.u. two children went to Jacksonville : an out-door hamburger supper. The 1 lunch prepared and brought by
with her while Dr Saturday afternoon for
grandchildren a visit with I chocolate birthday cake was topped the guests. ,
ant Mrs Frederick Mickler are in Miss Lillie Claud. Edward returned
with white candies and Easter Enjoying the occasion were the
Jacksonville with their youngest h6me Sunday and Mrs Whttiy
: .fE U-ff.fE 'candies. Games and dancing were families of Mr and Mrs T J BeggsJr
son; Bill, who Is ill In a hospital please let us have 'em, by and children stayed tar a few daystrying enjoyed during the evening. Tommy,I, Mr and Mrs Ashley Begge, Mr"

there. Little Ben Micklert another MONDAY, APRIL 25,' at 5:00, Let's Go : to comvfeeee fN" m an attack I reeefted' attractive gift : and Mrs S 11 Moore Mr and Mrs
eon: of the Frederick Micklers, is of the -flu-.
i Carl Karstedt Mr and Mrs S L' \
reported to have pneumonia. p. m. THANKS. Mr and Mrs S D' Fowler of
IJktun I Bryan Wlteon who is with the Brothers Mr and Mrs LaDell
town were guests Sunday
Deep Sea of Miss Eunice Wilttttts and Mrs Florida Ford Tractor Ce in Jacksonville I!I Brothers' Mr and Mrs Turner Davit
''and' the Burettes all of Mien
recently attended a Ford ,
Ina'Sl.avaht<< and son Wayne.Mr .
y service seheol In Georgia. ; and Mr and Mrs Tommy Martini
l_ FISHINGON and Mrs dark Brannan andsa
i i d children of Montieeita.
r A -x-
? ... Ronald of Jacksonville came .
sp V Thursday night for visit Wait Mr Howard and Male Tate, Freddie
a To give 'em your sales push call..
Jfmrale Cooke and Cla -,
and Mrs C C Unman. Domett, >
of PSU the Easter The ER by TUESDAY at 5 P' 1C
Benny Whftty of .GreenvHte ten Jones: spent
"THE WINNER' for w holidays at their homes here and say, TAKE AN AD, BL t\SBt;.
came a week end visit ,
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his parents. '.
The many friends of Mr 11V '4
Cherry Sr regret' ttet he continue .:
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seriously HI. JI-e was tmns-
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.. fend to ArrhboW hospital inThomasville
I II Sunday.

Mrs Ruby Brian of Mayo .** ,
Friday for a visit wick Mrs Vale
--- MrMuHen and
rss other retetfres.

Mr and Mrs J II WBMans! Srwent I If
( fCJ&frffi* 65 Feet Long ." to Jacksonville lor a several "
daj visit with their1' children and

-=J ly 18 Feet Wide grandchildren.,
Snack Bar Mr and Mrs Rodney Tyson and

1 daughters of Live Oak one Sunday

CHARTERS MONDAY 'afternoon to Visit their mother, ,'
THROUGH FRIDAY Mm Delta FUgansMs P155a
;and Mrs L''A 'Almand and fr
iVOiDMVSTERY""FIRES Leaves Dock 7i30 A: M. Nanccy and Steve had as guests

I, I Returns S to 6 P. M. for a few days last week their

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Trips Open To Individuals
Mrs Jones, of AtLanta.
Saturdays-Sunday.Hofdays Mr and Mrs Frank Bell and Jftkfl ,

Golden of Orlando spent the Easter

.DISPOSE tF OILY KM- $ ANP PAINT ItA&. $5.00 PER PERSON holidays Mrs with MamieBelL Mr and Mrs J CMirtinnd tj t

kEEP ClGANlfIir Gthfl SN ll7ZY.IJYEIB Little Michael MauMin enteredthe j tl

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-1. e! daughter, Shelley spent Easter at Mrs Hess Sivia. Mr Sivia remains

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ItqttJllltflfl tAl H&tttOfd fttt b tlld9le CMtdJ otwt'" AGRICULTUREServices
MODERN LIGHT .FIXTURES Incandescent and FluorescentAlso

the THERMADOR BILT-IN SURFACE TOP OVENS to take thia opportunity afforded to Agriculture
by the graciousness of Mr Merchant Re-Beet RussDuganMember I IIICTOI-
REFRIGERATOR-FREEZERS r MASTERPIECE DOUBLE and his able staff to thank you for Florida Farm Bur ou Federation
OVEN WITH ROTISSERIE the continuing Interest which PRESIDENT
has Seta! Board ,. Florida Agricultural Council <( e WESTINGHOUSE (;.E, DOMINION, SUNBEAM AND TOASTMASTER sustained the periodic publication of the 36 Slat Agricultural Organizational
of my articles of this type. You MIM1IX AND SECRETARY.
SMALL APPLIANCES have been! more than generous In District 2 Agricultural Services Committee (Helped Pico
Reorganization of Department of Agricultural
All your favorite lines of the very latest In electrical gadgets for yuur expressions of kindness ever chosen Man of the Year in Agriculture by Progressive
since I wrote and Mr Merchant Former Magazine 1956
you to LIVE BETTER ELECTRICALLY published my article on Clifton Received Florida State Veterinary Medical Association

'i.t SCansion" almost a quarter of a A QUALIFIED MAN Distinguished Service Award 1959
: century aco. I have particularly 9 Received the Agriculture Outstanding Service Award
VALDOSTA ELECTRIC 'CO. '., I Florida Agricultural Council 1958
appreciated your kindness during 25 years experience la Florida State Formers Degree in the Future Farmers of America
the period In which I hare worked Schools as Teacher
414 E. Park Ave., Valdosta, Ca. outside of Madison County as a Supervising principal
staff member with the State Department ,
t': I ::; I I .J i of Education. Hold 3 decrees from Florida .. .
-" Universities, B. A.; M. A., M. A. E. I
Tracis.fCture Other places received ", '.
their names from natural
features. These include such places Jumbo Hamburgers io Past Director of Florida Education

PLACE DESIGNATIONS- IN MAD- as Gum Swamp, which was a G-In bun 4Qc.WHITE Association.. / ,
Federal Post Office in 1842; Black
ISON COUNTY Creek, Rocky Springs, Cascades TOP DRIVE-IN Listed In Educational \\"boWbo...
Looking over present and old map* .
Lime Sink and i
many more.
of Madison County gives a person w Jt
some Idea of the passing parade of As might be expected, a large FLYING ANTS Former Educational Officer of 7th .,..,
Naval District.
events and personalities. The name number of places received their .

used in designating places reflect names from beautiful trees nativeto M: BETERMITES t: .- "
the very early occupation of this this section. This includes Cherry ''I .Former. School Trustee.: > WI".. .. ;
area by the Indians, a somewhat Lake, Pinetta, Hickory Grove. Oak 101-,' e.
concurrent occupation by the Spanish land and Pine Lake. The Impact of Former Neighborhood Ooramli- :
religious leaden, and the later oc- ifllgion may be seen very clearly > w ;HORKIN stoner Boy Scouts of America :

cupation by the empire-building in such names as Concord, Harmony, ?- ,

Anglo-Saxons and their descendants. Fellowship, Hopewell New Hopeful 4 years experience: asSchool Board -. -..... -

Ail more of than this passing presents interest a picture to those of, Macedonia many others., Beulah, Shiloh, and Member.. ,; ...... ..,'" .

who' love Madison County., : At least one place name crew out I Presently District Manager of b,
INDIAN INFLUENCEThe i of bloodshed. There is a lake west
II Dcubleday Company, PublisherYOUR ('h
most ancient of Indian place! of Madison known as "Peddler's VOTE FOR RUSS DUGANIS
names is ""Audlla" the name of i Lake." Tradition has It that long I A VOTE FOR BETTER Successful Farmer, Business ;fin Educated Is' \
the river on the western border of years ago an old peddler came to NCI 590 SCHOOLS Florida Schools, U.S. la Agriculture U. ofFlo../' h

the county. This name goes far a tragic end by some boys who (Paid for by Friends of RUM Ducan) Marine Veteran, Family Man, Long Record of "
back of the Seminole occupation I robbed and killed him and then Gu 3-340 Ta11a Selfless Service to Florida Agriculture. i "

and is said lo be Timucuan in its threw his body Into the lake. Later' Collect hassee J -, -
basic derivation. Hickstown it also someone in passing the lake saw I CORN $1.30 in Jasper

an Indian name' and comes from a foot protruding from the surfaceof WQRLD'S LARGEST rM f. "y W. O. Dale,. Cany*'** Tr.u.rtrSM
the white name of Tokose Emathalawho the water. From this dark inci-
migrated from Leon County in dent the lake received the name of
the early 1830s or the late 1820's. "Peddler's Lake" by which It Is The Dinal Shoes Ctay Share f ll color S.x44Jf,NDC-TV-U Pat BOOM Okry Showroom weekly,ABC-TV '
Etillipica, another Indian name, known to this day. ---,.... \
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The of
meaning shoe or moccasin, was the roaring guns .. \ 'I'
designation given to a settlement American War may be almost heardIn :,
jurt to the east of present Moseley the names "}[an11a" and "Spring ,e.
Hall, .now called Tanyard Creek. field. Manila, of court, refers to -. .,,
Suuannee comes from an 'Indian1TUpt.1on the very famous battle in which :
Admiral starred while the f{
of Spanish. for "Little Dewey ..
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Saint John," the early form of other, presumably, refers to the c, a S .
which was "Seguana." rifle that gained so much prominence I V Y

By far the most neglected name in this short-lived conflict ryb:
( Madison Among the .miscellaneous and interesting vk
n County is that of I ,-
"Suwanocbee," the Indian name of names are Smoke House '
the spring located on the Withla- Hammock Board Island Coon : :
coochce River, Just above the Su- Bottom, and "Pinch Gut." The +

wannee River Wayside Park at Old latter name since shortened to R
E11 wUle. The word comes from TincV is said on very flimsy:
ttrc!w adding the Creek "chee" to Suwan* tradition to have originated during ,,
nee and means "Little Suwanncc" the Cleveland depression when| ,w
when thus combined. Say the word I the overseer is reported to have av ..
over to yourself with accent on said, "We may live through this

"no," long "0." and you will catch panic, but it will certainly pinch the.; .J .
something of its wondrous beauty. t"j j
Should there not be a sign on State Other than Suwanochee probably
Road 90 pointing to this spring the other most beautiful name applied -

which reflects so much natural to a place in Madison Countyis .,
beauty and is so melodiously named? Sun Down. This refers to a
SPANISH INFLUENCE creek and a community out from
Very soon came the Spaniards, Greenville Greenville and Hamburg t.
anxious to plant the Christian Stand- have the distinction of having: been T--T' ;
ard among the Indians. The lasting named for places in the sovereignstate ,;"
influence of these noble people may of South Carolina. t: ;
be found today in "San Pedro" still Mr Allen Morris in his Invaluable '

used in designating a bay, a church, work. "The Florida Handbook I : : .,
and a community on the southern ," tells us that Madison seat -, "
side of Madison County. San Pedro of County government since May
-ccme from the Spanish which in 1838 was first called Hickstown '.II '
English means Saint Peter. Sam- for the. famous Indian chieftain,

pals Lake derives its name from John licks A little later it was A pair of Corvain recently recorded 27.03 and 26.21 miles per gallon in the '. ,
the termS Pedro y Pablo" known as Newton or New Town,
2,061.4-nuIeMobtIgas Economy Run.That* certified proof that Corrair
which, of course, in English means and soon began to be called "Mad skimpson .
Saints Peter and PauL" In someway ison County Courthouse." CORVAIR gas costs. It saves other ways,' too. Corrair i4 the only U. S. compact car

the names got confused and Around, 1853 the name that never needs antifreeze or costly radiator repairs. Come in and drive the

, came out ""Sanpala- or previouslyrSampaula. Was shortened to Madison. Of compact: car that outdoes them alL
course the county Itself derivedits BY CHEVROLET

COVERED WAGONS ROLLING name from the great Armed T&g Ctnrair fires yea that America's t after compact cars cart .
Naturally the emigrant, trains President;
can Patriot fourth DRIVE ,
;. ..poured Into the. rich Apalachee region James Madison The first County IT Practically: Bat foot room for Ron are higher than the Average driver -
r and fanned out wherever good seat was San Pedro on the Old the man ia Uw middle. Ft4d-4.wn rwr can eipect. But because the can met e.ayoast
"cotton" land was to be found. Spanish! Trail located on the present frr"17.6 cu.ft.of extra storage space. kind driving condition-nigged mountain
Many places were named after site of the New Oakland Presbyterian BET ur-wtMf. ln*.IN nrf nt tusptmten for grade*,JoacoafthJ'.traidataW'"I.CODl"t.
prominent families during this and Church.CHANGES a scDOotber flatter ride. ed city traffic-those mileage figures proveCorvair'a

subsequent periods. We find such ON THE LANDSCAPE Kaar-enilm tractkn that cornea with inherentability
OUR ari. to '
' tbt. eJiit down the uve.Oper- _
names as Sirmans. Moseley Hari It1 is Interesting to observe thai rapae = on aticLcosta take a
wheeler. m
Wiggensville! Bailey Maysland, Lov. In 1886 among the Federal Post 1 -rru noe dive the day corvalr 3

ett Lee Norton Creek Randall's Offices were Hamburg Westfarm DEAL !' ii!' t Yea probably" reaEae sire*!? that e the safeyoa tile delivery of
Oosslng. and Drew Ford. Moseley Hall and Et1a lJe. A s are tram Cart...recorded the:MoWa Carvair.Iaa Jf/I.........,erorpn.r....
'?, Among the places named after little later Bond In western Madison .

people during this period are two County was Itself a post office See your local au honed Chevrolet dealer for fast detivery,favorable deals 't

that were named for women: Ella among others. _____..--u-----.hhh ... __ ., "
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rule which took its name from the CONCLUSION
"k wife ,of George; Drew founder of Except for the Indian and Spanish

1"L" the town:; Fanny Land Bay, lying derivations and 'Madison, no claim : .
to the wcV<>f Madison was named is made to substantiating 1 ..-ach.It "CIITEY MOTOR COMPANY p-;, -

for Mrs Land. Another place seems Is.a.very tntct u ng.wbjCt,.And
, to be a combination between the ODe that will repay 'very -
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COBLE FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR : Greenville were hostesses, Monday
afternoon, April 18, complimenting
: Mrs A C Creamer at her home with
a surprise party on the occasion of
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her 77th birthday.

j ,., SUN MaN TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN I After informal entertainment '
: "" L
: t t = 24 I 2S I 26 I 27 I 28 I 29 I 30 I 1 the hostesses served delicious homemade -

} ,., JI: >JJ: > >+ y .. pound cake and fresh fruit
12:09 12:55 1:42 2:29 3:16 4:03( 4:51: 5:38 punch.

i PM PM AM Pit PM PM PM Pit The cake was frosted In white

"-t ti-, decorated with pink roses and

Blacker rice Fish a.Her the Day for Fishing green leaves, and. held seven tiny
pink candles.Miss .
IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS 4 Myrna Roland assisted bt
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WRITE OR VISIT YOUR z About 20 friends, extended best
NEAREST GAME AND FRESH HOWARD TUflMLURltier wishes to the honoree.

I WATER FISH COMMISSION Mrs Creamer received many

OFFICE -' IN TALLAHASSEE, lovely gifts

Company -

and Mrs Jesse Hughey will

/ .' leave Sunday for Tallahassee, .,.
i! I ore HU' where they will attend the city:
managers' short course next week.

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Press Women Meet strcmental in planning the restoration Of signal interest to the writer The convention adJourned to meet
1 of WlUiarasborg.; Here our own was her own award that of an again in September in Leesburff
Mildred Smith was hostess and told Honorary Life
Membership to the with the Leesburg Daily Com-
SEE HEAR At Capital us much of the interesting, history Florida Women's Press Club to mercial as hosts and the 1961
; of the historic landmark.A arrive shortly framed and ready 'to spring meeting at Silver Springs
DOYLE tour of Killeam Gardens, which hang. The award was made for 25years next April.
for cheer beauty Is unsurpassed of continuous service as an -Elizabeth K. Vann
wcs next on the schedule.: Matched
L t CONNER The Florida -Women's Press Club only by Cypress Gardens in the
: ; was royally entertained in Tall-
central part of the State Killeam ATTENTION
hassee at its Spring conventionApril
Is truly the beauty spot of North
23 with headquarters at the
For Commissioner
Florida. Land.saIith much that
i Dural Hotel and Ruth Chapman of
is indigenous as dogwood, redbud HOME OWNERS GARDENERS
of Agriculture the Tallahassee Democrat as the pines, camellias, azaleas and enhanced -
IIp charming acting hostess.
with Italian
cypress, pools
Registration under
got way at
reflecting the beauty of trees and
Sat, April 23,'1VJXT, ch 4, 6:10.6:15'""f'o.. >*i 3 a. IlL Saturday In the hotel lobby flowers, and beds: of seasonal flower -
with Ann Waldron and Ruth Wet .

J Mon\ Apr 25, WCTV, ch 6, 1:00-1:05 p.m. 5:55-6:00: p.nL tner in charge. The only chore of charm*. Killearn and must has be an seen indescribable to be ap '
4 the entire exhilarating week end '
t Wed, April 27, WCTV, ch 6, 5:55-6:00 p. In. .. was the workshop at 3 p. m. Saturday predated
which was optional. But we harry back to be on
.i Sat, April 30, WCTV, ch. 6, 11:00-11:15 PM.\ Festivities began at 12:30 Saturday -hand at the evening festhrities at

when Florida's first lady the convention headquarters where our

It's An t.;; charming and gradous Mrs Leroy hosts of the Tallahassee Democrat Spring is here and Now Is The Time to Spray Your
: Honor To Be For Conner Collins, entertained the women of were waiting to entertain us most Azaleas and Camellias. For Best Results-Call Cave's

the Fourth Estate with a buffet delightfully preceding the banquet Feed and Farm Supply.We '
luncheon in the Governor's Mansion, In the University Room presidedover
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:MMetIt The spacious I'OOIUue decorated by Executive Editor, Malcolm are Qualified to do you a Good Job and you will find
throughout with spring flowers Johnson, and with Dr Robert M that we are very Reasonable in Price.
and in the. State dining room Strozier. president of Florida State

; Senior Class Play Cae Celebrates where tables were arranged for University, guest speaker. We are as close as your Telephone if anything goes wrong.
1. guests to be seated after buffet I After enjoying the menu of filet We are nol a transient business, looking for one spraying,
I MV\ SISTER EILEEN service the arrangement of iris, I mignon et cetera chairs were pushed but we will handle all of your Spraying Problems for you.

.: WHS AUDITORIUM Second AnniversaryCave's white daffodils and mums was "out back and guests seated for an hilarious Call us for an Estimate on your spraying. You will. be
FRIDAY, Of this world." The hostess passed skit presented by members of under no obligation. Ji'.,
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among her guests chatting informal Capital City Press Club. The
Admission 50 and
: 76c Iv .at each table, and later poured skit was a repeat performance of We also carry Azalea and Camellia Fertilizer-Peat Moss-
COUNTY COURT JURY VENIRE Feed and Farm s WtrJi.ported '. 'toffee In the reception room as- the Press Club's Headliner Award Sheep l\Ianure-and other supplies for your Plants

April 26 1960, at 10:00 a. m. many friends and customers, lilted by the Governor, who was as Banquet on March 4 in Tallahassee
REGULAR 1 visited their store during their delightfully informal as was his and between peals of laughter ournxnd

Clarence Jones, R L Crafton Second Anniversary in business last charming wife.A : went back to the beloved and BILIi MILTON CAC
Carl week end.MOSELEY. tour of The Grove Mrs, Collins' intuitive poet *O, for the gift of the OWNERS
Taylor, S W Tuten Arthur
ancestral home, followed. Built by gods: to gi us,
Richter, Finley Terrell, J F Me- \ HALL BAPTIST Governor Richard Keith Call, first To see ourselves as others see us."
Donald Lester Page, R S Ham- CHURCH REVIVALA territorial governor of Florida and Press Breakfast Sunday morning
rick Wilford Thigpen, George E great-grand-father of Mrs Collins followed by the business meeting
Dowers Hunter Cone, Joseph II i the mansion Is one of the mow brought to finis the exciting two-
Mtntzer, L C Bruner Owen Taylor I'e'i'al111 begin at MOSELEY: places of Tallahassee. The mansionwas days of fun for the Press girls. Reports
Bearl Bailey, Sidney R Moon,I HALL BAPTIST CHURCH ,Monday recently restored to its original j were gratifying finances satisfactory t Madison..Flonda I

B Johnson, Sidney P Cherry, April 25th and continue ,thrpugh beauty by Mr Cogar. who was in and awards generous. .
the week night at 7:45 __
every p. ra. = ---- II
R Andrews, William Vernon
REV I T CARTER will be the .
Lengley, Pressley ,Anderson LeRoy
speaker, pastor of the
Handley, Willie Parker, James
Baptist church, Lee FlLEver"one
Barclay. is invited to attend each GENERAL .lUCTRIC.


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and Mrs Bob Haddox of -
Lynn; Haven Fla, formerly of Mr and Mrs Guy Morrow and

Cherry Lake, announce the birth Misses Judy Cole aha Brenda :

of a son, Randal Paul Haddox, Gibbs were I't'Centisltors' in Clear STRAIGHT LINEDESIGNER ,

April 6th. Randy's grandparentsare water, where Mrs Morrow and

Mr and Mrs T W Stubbs, also Misses Cole and Gibbs attendedthe i
of Lynn Haven. state convention of Future y

Homemakers of America. Mr Morrow '

ILL IN WAYCROSS HOSPITAL attended a.ball game between TV i';

the Detroit and Chicago ,':., .
Friends here of Mr and Mrs White Sox baseball teams In Lake- "
Frank Harrison of Waycross, Ga, land where he .witnessed the 'first |New> T1a"d tIo... ]II'.Jn1a4 Pf W'Nt....

will regret to learn that Mr Harrison triple play he had ever seen in t ,

," suffered a heart attack Satur- :baseball '. twit rtrrr day and is a patient at the ACL u. rr '$
Railroad hospital at Waycross. I Mrs Minnie M Newborn entered 9.95

'? MrsHarrison is remembered here :Tallahassee hospital April 18 for 's Pttdtio, 'Ih'ttrj-' : I i ..:.-

treatment .
as Miss Elizabeth Groom, sister of I I
Mrs George Burnett Sr, of Cherry -1- *'*- .
I Lake. Mr and Mrs Jesse Hughey will i

have as guests during the weekend i ..
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1.J 1 Madison County Boys Sweep SALE Reasonable: One pair of price.Sheffield Con ;

Saturday, April 23 ; W R (BUSTER) HANCOCK for. Florida. 34-lt-c
DOUBLE FEATURE 1 Commissioner of Agriculture. ,
THE TRAP, in Technicolor: starring j .FOR SALE: Old-fashioned green : ..' .
Richard Widmark, Tina Louise- JIM BLANTON for Railroad 'and cane $2.00 per hundred; also one .t J '

Hidden among the brooding hills, an Public Utilities Commissioner. milk goat flowing heavily noW .
Invisible menace.. Suddenly their I' F G GARY 405 W. Jordan, MadIson : .

deudly destiny is revealed as' they Judge.A SAMUEL. S. SMITH for Circuit. Florida. 34.1- : :A. L. (Rooster)

come closer and closer to death. i
Four human lives held in the grip MADISON COUNTY VOTER I FOR (
of the trap. One man's courage (Paid political Advertisement) 34-2t SALE

faces a smooth, deadly power of
the Syndicate. Hadden Estate lot 210 ;x 10$, 3 F 11 :
CRIPPLED CHILDREN'S CLINIC bedrooms 1 bath, beautiful oak trees p .

FORT DOBBS, starring Clint and shrubbery, needs repairs, but
Walker, Virginia Mayo, Brian Keith. The semi-annual Crippled Child- has wonderful possibilities for a : Leggett Jr.
He was fleeing the law-she was ren's Clinic -sponsored by the beautiful home. ) L:1

chasing a dream. Through country American Legion, was held in the EXCELLENT TERMS ,
teeming with danger, it was his Legion Home April 8. - .
and his ad. 80 acres land $80.00 per acre.
bravest hour greatest Sixty-three crippled children six
160 acre farm, priced for YOUR
Cartoca. quick I
\ nture
from Lafayette County and 57 in
24, 25 Madison were seen by the well -
SurvMon-Tues. April 26
organized workers ,whiCh consistedof I
Eastman color starring Cary Grant members Commission of the Florida Florida CrippledChildren's Rehabilitation : .
T Curtis Joan O'Brien Dina
(-ny ,
Service members of the
Merrill You haven't laughed untilyou've NEW LOCATION
local Health
seen "Operation Petticoat!". Ladies and voluntary Department workers.Cray !
From the ground up-the funniest Madison Florida
most romantic never-a-dull-moment! Children's Members Commission of the Florida attending Crippled this BYRON HOTEL r% County,

picture in ages. The thrilling ex
clinic Dr W J Hulchinson
ploits of the pink submarine. A were: r .
orthopedic Tallahassee Dr
Cartoon.cargo of beauty, laughs and thrills. Macalistcr: surgeon pediatrician, ,Miss Born and reared in Madison County, Florida. -iO\:.... .

Carolyn Blair, R N, state supervising ,J to ,
Wednesday,. April 27 nurse, Mrs Know It on, physical J. VARNER ;' r.' ,'. "
DOUBLE FEATURE therapist.. Mrs Lan lmoe, R N, ;. : Veteran World War:IL .: I I'IF"

now TO MAKE A MONSTER district nurse. Mr Dick Williams .....-:'... *' *. "... .
partly in color, starring Robert brace maker Mrs Christie, corrective REALTOR .wi". _"...*. ..,"** : .*.* ,' ..' >,
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Harris, Gary Conway, Pauline My shoes and Mrs Margaret Phone HU 3-6&1S < Educated In tall Co 5ublic!> I and' 'J
ers. Plenty suspense and action. Palmer and Mrs McDaniel, clericalworkers. IP. t n hilt .. Schpols ;; :* .
Nights & Sunday HU 3-6S68
THE SPIDER, starring Ed Kern- f Florida Stale University. f .
Mr James Bush, Counselor, Florida '

mer,black June Kenny.horror. 50 It toils must of eat creeping to- Rehabilitation Service inter. J. I. CASE 0, \
viewed patients sixteen years of age .. ..
Jive. Bullets won't kill it-flames and older. : Active In civic and affairs. r.
religious public
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can't burn It. Nothing can stop Mrs Brihson Crawler ti, ..
-so what happens Cartoon. Russell Betty represented and Mrs the Rosalie Gray- Tractor ,, .... ... '.,." ........ ,. .... .. ... .,, "- ...... .". 1'Id' ,.,_ :

:Thursday-Friday, April 28, 29 Ladles as volunteer workers. wheel tractor, and farm equipment '
nd- *
DOUBLE FEATURE Mrs Hazel Musser and Miss Dale franchise available for Madison area. ] 3. $';t Fully qualified able 1 to serve: '"U i :! \ : \/4'

SIGN OF THE GLADIATOR In I Carpenter volunteered their services. Contact JAMES LEE. 1312 NE :, ,:/, : -
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Members of the local Health Department f f>
cinemascope and color starring 20th AVE., phone. FR 2-5601 f. *'\," 1 ''i@ '.-
Anita Ekberg, George MarshaL A assisting in various ways : .
Gainesville "
Fta. 34-3t-pd Be A Rooster Booster and .
feast of entertalnmment. Pagan in were, Dr C L Mattes, M D director : .
its pleasures] ; primitive in its ap Mrc Bertha Pinson R N, Mrs Lola ;1.:" '1\' .
petites; powerful in its dramatic Weaver, R N Mrs Stella T Mathewsand HONORING BRIDE ELECT : : '*:. "d, : '

impact! The creative talents of Mrs Alice HarrelL j .. ;
three continents brought together to Patrolman Peavy transported Miss Ruth Sims, bride-elect of "

produce this spectacle masterpiece of children from the Greenville area the season, was complimented ,, .
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screen entertainmentSINGIN' and was on hand to solve transportation a miscellaneous shower Saturday ", 6S- ,., 1/JIf .
problems during the clinic. given by her aunt, Mr K M Sims ELECTA. : : .g' '."e, A ql"

IN THE CORN' starring The Highway Patrol always transports and daughter. Mrs Vernon Henry, '..' r >I.;' .'
Judy Canova. Fun for all-young the children to and from the ''at their beautiful country home .. '>. I

cm! old. A real comedy treat from Clinic and co-operates in every. near Ousley Ga. .> ...., 'f.'"
beginning to end. Cartoon. \\Isy. \, Rooms were decorated with whit .

\ ,Milk and cookies were served and pink spring flowers. Game '
the patients during the clinic by were played and refreshments of .
please let us have 'em x by members of the American Legion.I sandwiches, cakes punch and salted L. (Rooster) Leggett "Jr.STATE

MONDAY, APRIL 25, "at 5:00 ;Milk was furnished FREE by B S,nuts were served. The honoree re- .

M p. -THANKS. E-R. WEARING. coivcd many beautiful and useful .
A delicious lunch sponsored by gifts Including china in her pattern

BRIDE ELECT FETED the American Legion was preparedand from': the hostesses. She wore on
1. served by Mr and Mrs Miller this occasion a two-piece dress of
Mrs Bascom Coody, Mrs W Coody/
ant Mrs II P Grave entertained Buic an4 Mr and Mrs Wcathcrly.Gas pink linen and a corsage of white
for heating water and cookingwas carnations REPRESENTATIVE
;' at a miscellaneous shower Friday presented to her by the
donated by W C Copeland Jr. ;hortesses. ,
', evening in the home of Mrs Bascom
Coody near Pigetta honoring Miss Guests from Madison Included
Ruth Sims, popular bride-elect. The .' FSU CLASS VISITS NFJC Mrs J L Sims and Mrs James liar- .
'home was beautifully decorated doe I mothers of the betrothed couple:
with white'mums and pink carnations. -I Dr Raymond Schultz Professor Mrs W C Copeland Jr )(rsV C Madison County Florida
t Games were enjoyed and i. of Higher Education at Florida Copeland HI Miss Alice Sims and ,
... refreshments of fruit salad, wafers' Slate University, and his Higher'I :11rsV B Self*. .
,' Education class visited the North
and cold drinks were

;w The honoree received many lovely April Florida! 20.Junior College Wednesday, Mr and Mrs Howard Coodv and I -- --- ---- I
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: gifts, including a beautiful white The which consists of J Rev and Mrs W L Wynn went VOTE FOR
bed spread from the hostesses. Miss group Lake News I
students in the fields of English, to Lakeland Friday to spend the Cherry I
rims:: blue linen dress with
t--? matching jacketGoodyear Mathematics, Music Nursing, Di- weekend while visiting Mrs Cood)'' WANT YOUR RUGS lamar Andrews .

1- i ologlcal Science Physical Science, brother I J D Newbern. who was a Sunrise on Cherry Lake formed .

! Farm Tractor Political Science, .History. Secretariat patient at a Lakeland hospital for the beautiful setting for Community AND UPHOLSTERY FOR '
f Science, and Accounting, observed -major 1UI'Irft'Y1tt1e there they 1 Raster Services Sunday morning. COUNTY COMMISSIONER

,., classes being taught at NFJC vent to Lake Wales to attend the C B Davt gave an Inspiring
TIRES and held conferences with the Instructors Rev and Tell the Dfedpfc CLEAN? CALL District Three--Madison County
[ ., 1?assion Play.Senior. menage on Go
and Administrative. Staff Peter.The (Paid Political Ad tJ.
.* Large stock, priced right : of NFJC Christian Triumph ,was the AUTO
f' I Dr Schultz brings his Higher Class PlayMY message given by Rev J RCollins ,
; e :Messer Education class to North Florida church.
Battery&TeCo. at the
f. Junior College each semester to t SISTER EILEEN Mrs J R Collins Is a patient in HU 3-2385 MADISON .
observe the type of training being MILS AUDITORIUM MadUon County Hospital.
offered students through the Junior' FRIDAY APRIL 22. 8 P. it, the Monday
Music begins
i A School of
f ., ,_
College Admission 50 and
--- -program.-, : 75c April 1 25th and continues tlwough BILLIARD PARLORLocated
it:( -- April 129th at 7 JO p. m at Cherry,! Mr and Mrs T L Norris and

3 Day Weekend Lake Baptist church. two sons Dewaine and Thomas, across Seaboard Depot on
BABY FIELDERMr Hopewell Road No. 14
about 1 mile
for Miami, where
, Special At and Mrs R K Fielder an- left Wednesday south. Will be opened Thursday
I the birth of a baby boy. they will spend several days while April 28.VllJ be operated respect. '

tDavid Alexander Fielder April 9th. Mr and Mrs Norris are attendingthe aMy, and NO MINORS allowed.
[ I He is the grandson of J.trsV. II Florida Education Association

ELLINORVILLAGE Johnson of Cherry Lake. conference They will also visit I, L. J. HART, Manager

friends and go to the beaches.


:1.. IN DAYTONA BEACH j At at a dinner Hotel-party:Madison Tuesday the evening local Look Farmers .

; .
! sso FAMILY VACATION VILLAS chapter of Grey Ladies received
BY THE WORLD'S MOST FAMOUS BEACH .. their service stripes. ,

I:' .Swimming Pools GoH&Tennis FOR 4 ., ., )11'1Vm B Clark chairman oi OVE HAVE PLENTYi 0
Free TV Room Telephones, (3'dcyi & 2 n,g ntsl the local group; presided, and Mrs DIXIE RlN'NER SEED PEANUTS. WIRE
.. Charles Beggs. of Jacksonville, District
j r.. ..., c'-t lit .. ..., .. y.. ,"'t. f.w., ......s.t APRIL 22 31 tions. First year stripe members, and second were TANG .'STOCK SALT-ALL KINDS OF POULTRY AND '
..r ct.dt ...t .. M. .. J-00 P.M. s-4" ..w,._ j'-- awarded one
M .>. CMt *f r.. ,...... vltU+ ItUnaif eel, i woo a.R members two stripes. A
.!4 to the' 4wU...MM4.f year STOCK FEED
Melle ,... ....",.,.... ..,.r ...... 01... 7-0141 several course-memi was
O.p. S..... x An*** the twelve guests WM T We have 25 Ib. Jim Dandy Dog FoodURLES&soNS S1.9bj
3 BeeP HL Madison Comity eaa*>
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.r fr. al! ,brccKwrt si ml.U.--a. """" .
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S J ELLINOR VILLAGE, Dept._c.rt.._., .

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Tile Hungry Heart
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Lesson for April 24, 1960 S V : # \ \

NOT EVERY heart is hungry. \ 7k 'A- \ \ aB

hearts are not hungry ,
because they are sick they are not IT t 4 > !'
normal A heart that feels the need
of nothing, A mind that has not "'

enough Imagination to perceive its V'. S V
own hollowness, not enough sensitivity ,1 '. I '. .
to detect its own emptiness,
is a human heart ,, .
that is leas than :
human. It has .p.--
aunk to the levelof
Jhe brute. No
pig, no cow-or '
for that matter. JmTh"S. /.V 'S +c : r
no hummingbirdfeels e. V. ,
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any long
. lag for anything
. y except food and '
an occasional Dr. Foreeaan
L mate. This is not heart-hunger at \.
b. f' ,all, it is what all beasts and even j .0.
many plants experience.

Tfcty kill. Ik It Fillet / S \ V A
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The heart of man, by the / ;
Creator's design made for deeper /
and more difficult hungers than
food and sex can supply. Some of i .
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these are insatiable. Let the heart .. I\ : '
said all that it can. it is still never t "S 4 5.' 5) ,
,enough. The hunger for recognition .
.,. ,for attention,for fame-when \ J
does it say, Enough The actor '. _:1 !.f ,
r never finds the applause loud '
enough, the critics never rave : :i: 4
enough, there never are enough '
newspaper notices, one Oscar calls #' !I
for more .The' hunger for power "S
knows no limits. The old story of .
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the fisherman's wife who first began ': V :
by wanting a cottage and flln- S .
ally elided by wanting to be God
*is a parable of the human heart Swc?
that never cries, Enough! The ,'. -
hunger for power is never satisfiedtill THE CHURCH FOR ALL >
above one's head one sees no ALL FOR THE CHURCH 4r". + i
r. VV t .'., 3tP ". a. .J.,
greater Power-never till beneath r+a rile L. + r.JrwaS;+a .Aw'
The Church the factor eartH For S
ones feet, 'one sees every living freaUst on
thing .. and-'that' time 'never ) :f the building of character and good dtizenilfj;
,cornea.The heart hungry.for power
It is a storehouse of spiritual values. Without -
shall never be filled. '" strong Church neither democracy nor un'liat an IrIs-not strange that someone chose this lonely spot to erect Ao V :

AR App+Hts for RI"'HHIHI' Y can jurvire. There are four sound reasons *4qr s.reverent memorial. It was on a desolate hill that three crosses stood:' r V

make So some for unhappiness.hungers 'of One the almost heart every person should attend services regularly and many centuries ago the Cross of the S viour... ._._and of the peni'

envies the contented cattle or the support the Church. They are: CI I) For his tent and of the scoffer.own .
gent atones. They, may not be sate. (2) For his children sale. (3) For .. '
: happy but they are not unhappy the sate of his community and nation. (4) For .
they have no heart at all No. this Always these crosses haviTSeemetTfo belong to the desolate I hills \ .
( the sake the .
is a wrong envy. The'way to happiness of Church itself, which needs I his
is not to live without a heart. moral and material support. Plan to go to of lif e..When a man feels the crushing burden of worldly care upon

'The'Jesus way has to shown happiness us. "Blessed is one which are church regularly! and read your Bile! daily. him, when he trudges the steep trail lost and alone then, either he >.

those who hunger and thirst for I 'will claim the Love and Strength of Christ as did the penitent, or like '
righteousness, for they ahall be Day BOok Chapter r Verses,
filled." Desire to hate brings frustration the scoffer he will let his unbelief destroy his soul.

; desire to be brings ful. Sunday John 19 23-42 V "
fllmenL Monday John 20 1-25 '

.. i r Yet this can be misunderstood.TThe Tuesday Psalms 102 1-12 But no man should wait for a time of desolation t to make' }life's" .
Wednesday Matthew 14 22-33 >
(condemned men whom, the Pharisees Jesus most, desired often> Thursday Psalms 119 169-176 most joyous decision. It can be made today. and sealed" with years 4'1 '

righteousness the trouble with I Friday John 13 31-33 of happy service in the church of one's choi ce

them was that the righteousnessthey Saturday Luke 24 13-53 ... ... _.2 .
sought set them apart from .A

their feUow men. ,It led them to .. .;. '.. :J.
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pray. thee that I
am notSit
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men. It is no accident ... ,
that next to the blessing on those ..
who hunger for ,righteousness, Cifiri,11 U".riiii.G:Sn4a,Siuz h-v.a.!' --
comes the blessing on the merciful. :t .. t.
The heart that hungers for goodness '" .

in the manner of the Pharisees ,. .., ,, .,. ','
merely wants to be good. The kind ..' ..,1t-- A ;, '",' __"-",,.,'" ,,' ,,.. l''l":m : : "
xrf goodness Jesus meant-since he
practiced it in his life-'was the t
kind that is good to ,otherThe r
Pharisees' righteousness shut ,
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mercy out;Jesus'righteousness began j. .r? : These Religious Messages are being Published Each Week,Sponsored by the Following Individuals and .

with mercy and compassion.
Establishments: ..
Tfcty Mill N FHM '
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hungry man does not need to
be told he is empty ht knows It, .,. "
it Is a painful fact. Hungering for MADISON DRUGSTORE WILLIS WESTERN AUTO. STORE ',

righteousness begins with a feelfng RECORDING STUDIO DUNN FURNITURE CO. .
of emptiness. A person at, The Recall Store HU 3-6827 BOX Jig J. J. Sale, Jr., Owner r

eath'. edge from starvation may MADISON, FLA MADISON FLA.
Pboae HU 3-2385. ils4ijo FIs :v
refuse the. food that would: save Phone HU 3-2300. Madison< I Fla -,
h11!. So those who 'are empty of Phone HU 3-2340 .
goodness and '.' .R
even spiritually :. ; '. >
tarred for the lack of it, may not ., ..x, ,1
hunger lor what they most need, I
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Why do you want to be good? .
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There are poor reasons and better QUALITY CLEANERS
pnes.I you want it for the sake' M'E S SiE'.R., AGENCY, J. a DAVIS, Inc _
Of a better reputation? Do you : Madison Florida when your clothes are not be-
want it so as to have something BATTERY & .TIRE Co. Madison Florida ....
to be proud off.Or do you hunger taming to you they should IIJIIJ'-
for goodness In order to be of more FLORIDA ''
help to others along lUt'a way? MADISON. coming: to ns Phone HU 3.2353T'V'
Do you desire It as a ladder for
climbing into heaven or u a loaf -f ;; ,
to share .
with those in need There .
was a min who did not know how ,
to swim. He always rather wished ,BRYAN ELECTRIC CO. FRALEIGH-ASHLEY '

be could, especially when he aw .. CHERRY S 6* SERVICE
other people swimming.H.seated -t Wiring and Repair-Appliances TRUCK: & TRACTOR CO. CANTEY MOTOR CO.llxdisco. : STATIONMADLSOhr'
'to do what they could.But then eel
day he saw a tired-out tajwed, FLORIDA Pboot HV 32241. M-" n. FU. Florid '
**lmmer at the point of diuwntag, Miiflion, Fla
before Ms .,... Then he. a f
..- to know how to .w4sa.Asrf .

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De '11 l PlIS-IOIDI life and attend to his own] ..

......III +r. r.rcw.cwravMtni err business and go fishing. But he ELECTSamuel

;Published Weekly Subscription[ $3.75 Per Year in Advano e kept on, and if anybody ,. ,
Delayed Renewals $4.00 Per Yea:;r against him he would bowl) '\ "

Advertising{ Rates Made Known on Application him over Bishop of Jeffer S. Smith
son county tried him once, but' w
Entered at the Madison Post Office as te0ond
'II. 1908, under Act of March. 8, 1879. another time Ammon McCIellan ",

.OWNERS: T. C. MERCHANT, T. C. MERCHANT, JR. ran against him in a helicopter CIRCUIT JUDGE (
AND ASSOCIATES but the result was the same old J ::1a

story. He was in fine healthup
until near the end of his Third
.. CONSOLIDATED, JUNE 25, 1908 eventful career. 'f I
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-, T. C. MERCHANT, Editor and Publisher <
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:.... T. C. MERCHANT, JR., Managing Editor Forty Square Miles of .- 'Yo., '. !, .'
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MRS. A. W. VANN Editor "
City .'..:"Jlrj '."',J.
.'t.I#:' MRS. W. E. WILSON, Advertising Manager. Sugar Cane r,'It I, '

.. RI Hath she not then for pains and I Hendry county, one of the .
The fears day, of woe, the watchful 1 I far southern counties of the : .' rA 'to _
night, state, originally was Indian ; :: .

sctivE "For' all her sorrow, all of her delight tears", territory. It was formed from Born. and reared in Madison County, Florida. :. ':..: :., .
"An over-payment
0 the eastern side of Lee county '"

4oN in 1923 and named for Captain J Educated in Madison County Schools University ,
Dewn Home StretchDown Francis Hendry, one of the ; Emory .

Perfect Easter Day the home stretch they area's first settlers. The county r and Cornell Law School.

come: a thundering crowd Ol f has an area half again as
\ Easter day dawned bright speaking, smiling, handshaking: large as Madison county, but ?- Served in U. S. Army as Infantry Unit Commander

and clear in :Madison county, candidates, led by ten stalwarts; its population is less than half : q 1:
Storms as great. Its assessed valuation, .t', Wounded three times in action, twice decorated
pleasant, warm, perfect. ,for Governor but with a plentyof y .

ripped across several, midWestern interest now all the way however, and its effective buying [ ; for bravery. ) :=.' '".,.
fell in income capita :i .. ',J.. .1. ,,'
states and snow through the long ticket even in per are :.{

Iowa, Wisconsin and Illinois, eluding Justice of the Peace and l greater than ours. Hendry county .. : ,*'> Married;living with wife and five children in take \

but here we could not have Constable, especially in the I is noted throughout the OJ\ ? ,"
had a prettier day. Sunrise services Greenville district. Through state as the center of the sugar :- City. *' ...;..ff.-.

were held here, as in Madison, in addition to those I industry in Florida, and sugar ;. I'' .. ,,.. '.. .:...aFA >
other places the and truck farming are the C.I. 4' '(
many over : already listed, the past weekwere .. .. '
:world, and appropriate Easter I Robert Bell for Appeal county's principal sources of In. .' W'1; ;" .I 'I".r ::4: S.,

messages were given in the Court Judge and Loran Carlton come. In a recent year there :

churches, with somewhat larger and Doyle Conner for Commissioner : were 25,000 acres (or practically l.- S

congregations than -usual. of Agriculture, Belser, I forty square miles) of sugarcane ;, : : ElectSAMUEL

20,000 persons attended the Bryant and McCarty were herea in the county. The cane is t .

sunrise services in the Hollywood while back, also Hornsby for turned into raw sugar at the .

California, bowl, and the Secretary of State, Hancockfor big plant at Clewiston, whichis !
pipers say that a million anda Commissioner of Agricul- said to be one of the largest I ; S.

'half 'people jammed Fifth ture and Blanton for Railroad single-unit cane factories in i $MITHS

Avenue in, the annual Easter Commissioner. If any of the the.nation. Cattle raising, citrus I :-

parade in New York. 25,000 others have been here, we have poultry raising, and timberare I, .
people attended the, Easter not seen them; and we can also important economic Circuit Judge, Third Judicial Circuit ,
:Week festival in St. Augustine, well understand how they can- factors LaBelle is the county '

arid 150,000'persons congre- not get everywhere, what with seat. Next week, Hernando f. S ;.,

gated in St Peter's Square in 64,262 square miles of Floridato county. f

Rome to hear Pope John XXIII's cover and nearly five 0 (Paid Political Advertisement)

Easter message. Even in Russia,. million people to see. Red Bras- HELD ON MURDER CHARGE

where the government makesro I well who stuck his toes into -
Archie Brinson, colored aged 43, KEEP UP WITH POLITICSIN
pretense at religion, thousands the Sheriff pond and then II held in jail on a murder warrant Promoted To Major THE
are said to have attended pulled back instead of jumpingon In. the killing of his common-law E-R

Easter church services. When in, was in town the other wife took,place Rosalie between nine.7 and The 7:30 killing OLD TIRESARE Edwin H Cooper-, son of Sir and FOUR' WHITE BOYS HELD
p. nv
the writer was in Leningradlast said that \ W S Cooper was recently promoted Four
I day and McCarty was Saturday at the couple's home four teen-age white boys, ages
summer, the young lady : on top of the Governor pile miles north of Madison on the UNSAFESpring States to Air the Force.rank of Major 'United ranging around 18 and 19 years,
Major Cooper
who guided him around-the I end that the Commissioner of Qoitman Road where they lived presently attending Florida Southern is driving a 1950 Mercury with a
with their fire children Pennsylvania license tag were taken
tourist business in that College under
coun- Agriculture race was between, Sheriff Moore said Tire Sale is going a program authorized here this
the murder now ;: by the Air Force. up : morning (Monday) by
He will
try is operated by the Russian Conner and Hancock. J B Davis weapon was a shot gun, and death on-Come in and get set to his tatlon in Jacksonville return Sheriff Moore and are being held
government-told him of her was speaking here for Bryant' was Immediate from a blast in the your graduation in August. after for investigation. The car was filled
woman's abdomen. of Firestone Tires. Now at a with clothing radios money and
own accord that she did not Saturday afternoon, and Burns cigarets.

believe in God, and that her is running an advertising barge I Miss Rosemary Clark Miss Sissy great savings. two Mr and Mrs C 0 Rabon and
father did not either. She was this week down the intra- Wade and Miss Nancy Smith of end sons visitors of Wildwood Mrs Rabon's were week We are headquartersfor
Agnes Scott College, spent the par-
showing some of the religious coastal waterway to Miami. Easter holidays here with their pan'icuts ents and aunt Mr and Mrs A H
paintings in the public buildingsin Allen Morris, veteran political DAVISService Wade and Mrs E J Harris. They Major Appliances.

the city, the one at the writer, says in last Saturday's returned home Monday accompanied
by Mrs
time being of Moses\ lifting up Tallahassee paper that Carlton for two Harris weeks. who will visit them W TERN AUTO

; lIe serpent in the wilderness; arid Bryant are the two top Let's Go Station i

men, and David says that the

only poll that counts is'that Deep Sea Phone HU 34601, Madison, Flo.
Made That
one coming on the 3rd of May.

even so there seems to Dickinson is reported by Someto FISHINGON WNEW -

be embedded in :the very depthsof be gaining, and McCorvey
Memorial Honors
people's beings, some intuition assays to cure: our tax troubles A NEW HOME ON

of immortality, regardlessof with legalized gambling, though THE WINNER .- YOUR LOT OR. ACRE?
Mrs OwensAt
race, civilization, religion, indications arc that he will not NO MONEY DOWN CHECK THESE!

or what else, whether it be the be the doctor in the case. ..,/ impressive services Sunday 5 SILLS NOT 3

Happy Hunting Ground of the Vernon McHargue was puttingin -'.-. morning in the Junior Church No. 1 FLOORING NOT No. 2 *
School Department the late Mrs. ..
Indian, tho Valhalla of the a plug Saturday for his i IDa Griffin Owens, who had sened No. 1 SIDING NOT No. 2

heroic dead in battle the Nirvana relative, Gene Fisher, former the department as superintendent 2x8 FLOOR JOISTS NOT 2x8
of the Buddhist or the Madison county school boy-and from 1930 to I960, was honored TERMITE SHIELDS
with a memorial service when friends
:Many Mansions of the Christianin baseball pitcher, for Secretary
presented the department with a CREOSOTE ALL SILLS and FLOOR JOISTS
the Father's House; and no of Star And the,county candi- -- beautiful Bible and a handsome SAME PRICE AS
'Saturday also bran collection plate engraved withIn OTHERS THAT USE No. 3 MATERIAL .
Power on earth will ever, we dates were busy 65 Feet Lone
Loving Memory of Mrs Inez SILLS
arc constrained to believe, com- with their card passing and 18 Feet1de G Owens."

pletely take away that convic- hand shaking. They turned out Snack Bar Mrs Raeburn C Home made the During April we will install Aluminum Awning Windows
tion. ,We are just made that in force at Pinetta last Thursday presentation and spoke feelingly of
and this Thursday CHARTERS MONDAY years of loyal service Mrs. Owens at No Extra Cost
way. Homer the Greek says in night, had given to the Juniors and other
his Iliad "Man though dead night they are scheduled to be THROUGH FRIDAY departments of the church The Up To 10 Years To Pay _

retains part of himself; the at Lee Leaves Dock 7:30 A. M. Rev Paul Toochton. made the dedication *... REMODEL AND ADDITIONS ... .
immortal mind remains," and Returns 5 to 6 P. M. prayer.Mr ,_.
Horace the Roman writes in 37YearsCofA. Trips Open To IndividualsSaturdaysSundayHolidays and Mrs Robert Lay and three Get prices and specifications, from the rest Then you

his Odes "Non omnis mortar (I children spent the week end in will buy from Sparks Best
Death entered the states political Blackshear. Ga with Mrs Lay's
shall not wholly dieAnd
picture'last Thursday, parents Mr and Mrs Dennis Harri Our Satisfied customers are our GREATEST asset." ,<<'
Southey, the ,.English poet, $5.00 PER PERSON :
I of the most stalwart .
removing one
seeking to comfort those bereft ..
i of all its figures, Nathan son.TenmtesSwarmmg
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and to point them to a happier
Mayo. Mayo was appointed Capt. Bad TaykC'rC'll '
land where the broken links of I CALL Write ;: .
of Agriculture by
earth are joined together again OAEtL4>tf 4p/MiL'L\ FLA.
into a happy unbreakable then Governor Hardee in 1923 PHONE: BurkeExtermiatingto Sparks Best Homes;

, chain writes ,. j I and held on for nearly thirty- CrM 'C* y HY<<3423SttifthatcW .4
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Once, back ..
seven5 ? away *
"Oh when a mother meets on high MADISON. FLORIDA
lr he babe she lost .in Infancy, I|I in 1928 when Pat Whittaker ,:,:,:,:,!#t.T# # '.# Phone 29W Peny. Florida

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Judge Curtis Earp was qualified We are headquarters '
CLASSIFIED .ADS : by 8 years of experiencein Lee Thompson, a State Depart- I
ment of Agriculture career man
t7 the Administration of Law and for Major Appliances. '
Monday was appointed swornas
before he ever became County
Commissioner of Agriculture
'"ofJ<2./ TALBOTT PAINT Judge. For the best interest of succeeding Nathan Mayo, who died WESTERN AUTOI' t

, your county, help keep a quali-I last Thursday. :

.. fied in -- -
ANDWALLPAPER man your County

t W.B.Dayis.REAL SALESMEN: WANTED Judge's office by Voting For

, CO.AT and Reelecting I

"[ ESTATE BROKERAGE: MAN WANTED. Good Rawlelgh t ., .
ACREAGE FARMS business now open In Madison Coun CASTLE PARK S :
fr" BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL ty. If willing to conduct Home Ser- VALDOSTA, CA. CUrtISD.Earp
vice business with good profits see
APPRAISALS X C E Howe, 914 White St, Live Oak, free parking
,ABSTRACTS. OF TrI'LEf'i or write Immediately. Rawletfh's CANDIDATES ( Political AdVt
Rent adding
TITLE INSURANCE Dept, FAD-140-45 Memphis, Tenn.
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112 West Base Street 34-2t-pd to total promises sup.port
MADISON. FLORIDA from the deer pecpuL THE E-R.

Phone, BU 3.6277'p I SITUATION WANTED Will do John M DavisGreenville Dies sA '.r!>
baby sitting. Reliable. Inquire AnnouncedMrs
STORE; Hanson, Fla. At Home ".
One new 3-bedroom house, $9800
One C-B 3-bedroom FHA house,,, TAKEN UP: Five small hogs. Nellie Singletary announcesthe -

5 rt fc mortgage, cash to mortgage Owner can claim and pay expenses engagement and approaching John M Davis, 77 died Sa..urdayat
$2500. .. ED TOWNSEND, Rt. J, marriage of her daughter his home in Greenville. lie was
One 3-bedroom frame house In Madison Fla. 3333tpd. PhilHs Emogeneto born in Georgia but had lived: the
Edgewood subdivision $7,900. ,
One 100-aere farm, with 3bed. Mr W I! Fletcher past 50 years in Greenville.

room house, $13,500. k .NoticesA son' of Mr and Mrs J H Fletcher Survivors are one son, Gas <,. \ \k J.
One Florida dairy. One Georgia of Lovctt. Davis of Greenville, and one .,
dairy. : I The wedding will be June 12th daughter, Mrs A 31 Larsen Jr of _
( modest charge Is made for .
For best results list your' property I at 2:00 o'clock In the Harmony Valdosta and six grandchildren. '
f public notices In this column) i Baptist church. 7
with- Sen-ices held
were at 3 p m
fclins Singletary will graduate
Sunday in tie chapel of the T J
from Madison High School in June.
Broadus WiloughbyREALTOR Mr Fletcher graduated from Beggs Jr Funeral Home with theRev

Greenville High School and is now Wayne Stutzmart officiating
attending the University: : of Florida. and Waller Whitlock rendering
The couple will make their homein music. Interment was In Old Oak-
Office phone HU 3-6481 repairing done by act "doctors"We Gainesville, Fla. : land cemetery. .

Residence HU. 34481 No sent but all Active pallbearers Included &Florida's

friends and relatives of the coupleare .
Messrs- CroCone., Wilburn
cordially invited.
Beautiful split level home on Davis, Harley Thijcpen, Charles
lake. Three bedrooms, two full English. Lamar Andrews and M C
:Mr and Mrs Bob Browning and Cabinet System provides a continuity .
baths and family room. Lot 187 Burnett.
on lake. Priced for quick sale. .I two children spent Easter hereWith of .-xp.ri'nctd ].cd.rsalp} which keeps our State .

160-acre farm for $11,000. relatives. -x- Guests of Rev and Mrs Paul government On an even keel. Experience is the

250-acre farm with one 3-bed-. :Mr and Mrs Jack Austin and Touchton othe Easter holidayswere moat important quality which we must demand "

room house and one 2-bedroom I daughter of Tallahassee were guestsof their daughter. Miss Mary in the man we elect as our State Treasurer.J.

house. Best of terms. know how to diagnose your Mrs George Gandy and MI'5Fn.nk Jewell Touchton of High Point ;
Edwin Larson for 19 Stale Treasurer
TVs Ills and cure 'em fast Paterson on Easter Sunday. College, and Miss Miriam Acostaof years
LUCINDY J. VARNER -4- Andrew College. has that experiencelReElect '
S QUulAN Mrs Carroll Smith of Tallahasseewas I 'a.ra.r.tt1 .
REALTOR a visitor here Sunday with :
across fromSErZER'S TELEVISION SERVICE Mrs Fred A Hardee. She was en WE ARE HEADQUARTERS & EpWjj*
route from Jacksonville where she
OFFICE PHONE attended the ordination of her son FOR MAJOR APPLIANCES.
: HU 3-6848 401 E" Stevens St .
Columbus B Smith to the Episcopal
& SUNDAYS: HU 3-68G8 We Repair
ministry. .
Record-PJayers-AutomoblJe RadiosA WESTERNAUTO.
Few Choice SelectionsIN .
FOR SALE: Nice home one block USED TV SETS
from Greenville High School Work guaranteed satisfaction County Court
Price $6,000. J. B. DAVIS, phone PROMPT COURTEOUS SERVICE -..;,-
HU 3-6G01 Madison, Fa. 29-tf-ch OUR WAY OF SAYING --- -.

FOR $ALE: High quality yearling "THANK YOU"Phone Oscar Moseley: reckless driving e : -
9481 Qultman Ga. willfur\i wanton) $25 or thirty
j Lake Farm, Rt. 3, Greenville Fla. Buddy Tillman Charles Rogers days.
Phone Madison HU Thomas Lee Geoghan, reckless

36860.32Stch LIVE STOCK AUCTION driving (willfull and wanton,) $25 ,. .....- with: five of the six compacts you have to compromise
SELL your cattle and hogs In our or thirty days. but with The Lark there's no compromise S "
\ BEFORE SELLING your timber ... ,
auction each Monday. Sales start at .
1\ Acie Cook worthless check
or Umber land, please see me. We 1:00. MONTICELLO STOCK on selection roominess, performance or luxury. .
are also Interested In buying 23.50 fine and make full restitution '

limited amount of pine-hardwood YARDS Registered, Monticello Angus, Fla bulls for sale of check In amount of $11.27,I S o 11.lLY TIlE LARK.of aH compacts,gives you:a choice in all models.. .. .
pulpwood delivered by truck to at all t1 nes. or thirty days of a 90 hp.economical: six-cylinder engine or doubly powerful V-8. r S .
Foley, Fla. or loaded on R R cars. Ralph LeRoy Harris, improper ,, .... For the second straight year.The Lark V-8 topped all other eights <-
See, write or' call For your grinding and mix tag, sentence withheld. in the Mobilgas: Economy Run. r : :.J.. -

Rt. 3 L., P.Madison GIBSON Florida ing on your farm, call WEST ONLY: r.TIlE LARK,oC all 6 passenger compacts,is less thai 1S ," !,t;i',,} ,

Phone: Cherry Lake 8363 END MILLING COMPANY, CIRCUIT COURT .. feet in length((it is shorter outside than all other compacts):but "... '",. ..i, ..

Quitman, Ga. Call phone 4971 s inside them larger-car room true six passenger comfort. "I ,-.1\:. -
FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2-bed- Defendant R M Jenkins having .- .-,
room apartment; and furnished collect.JOHNW.WADSWORTH. conformed to probation conditions, ONLYT1 LARK,of all compacts,offers all these: automatictrammuskm :. : '
: '.
and brales Twin Traction !
2-bedroom and" 1-bedroom apartments ,power steering '
probation ordered terminated.: Hill Holder air conditioning ;.;:, (
MRS .T J NEWMAN, HU ( Af: ..dift'nmtialtmrd carburetor. h
32523. 4. reclining seats padded dash and many other features. '.'.jf: .

FOR RENT: Three-bedroom houseon Registered SurveyorPhone Land Deals ONLYlllt LARK,of all compacts offers you:a full choice of .:.,".. -
Oak Drive. Call Howard '.. compact models:Convertible(only one in the field),hardtop. "

Studstill, office gone Hu 3-6106, HU 3-2372 Lillian Tuten to W C \Vhlgfwnand 2 and: door sedans 2 and door station wagons. .

residence phone Hu 36630..33tfch MADISON. FLORIDA wife E& of Lot 204 and .Why compromise?Visit your Studebaler Dealer and look at...

North. 20 ft of E% of Lot 203, BIk
J. D. Scruggs 31, Town:.olIO- of Madison. .
In the
FOR RENT: Office space
Arcade Building also one office FORESTER Elizabeth Smith to Eva. Mae ...
space on S.'Horry St. Phone HU REGISTERED SURVEYORPh. Coody, 96 ft x 9757 ft x 91 ftx- r
32331. Madison. .33-lt-ch HU 3-616 9757 ft in NW Madison.
MADISON. Obie E Williams andl1e to .
FOR RENT: The R Mickler store
Martha S Cooper, 6.48 acres in .
building on South Range street
Ntt of N% of NEt of SEtt, Y
Available now R C DICKINSON.
HU 3-2517 24ltchFOR GIRARDIN JEWELERSFor .Sec 15 Tp 1 S, R 10 E together .
with aH tobacco allotments

RENT: Unfurnished garage Irene B Andrews to L Robert

apt newly painted gas water SILVER, CHINA, CRYSTAL Andrews one acre in SW! of ". 'J-. ,. I
heater. One furnished apt. Mrs DIAMONDS JEWELRY SEU, Sec 24, Tp 1 N R 9 E. {f '.. .
i E F Dickinson, Phone HU. 3-2396, EXPERT REPAIRING Yellow Pine Inc to Bennie DWells The Compact Without Compromise 1/. I

Madison. 31-tf-ch Jr and wife, 170 ft x 100 .
ft In Sec23Tip1NR9L
LOST: South Bend Spinner reel, .
between Madison and Hanson. EI TE BYSTUDElJAKER. ,
Finder phone HU 3-6334 night, BRIDAL

HU 3-6230 day. GIRLIE RAGANS SERVICE Tires ....
Goodyear $1195
Madison. 33-lt-pd :

VALDOSTA GA. 070 x 15, All-Weather, tube-type; :1

Help-Wuted 303 No.. ,Patterson plus MESSER tax and recappable tire. .' C. VERNON RAGANS r -

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'2.:50: hour more for partor CANDIDATES-please let us
full per time route or work. Large Write have your ad by- Battery & Tire Co. Cor. Dade and Dura! Streets Madison, Florida '
repeat orders. Man or woman.
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Political Announcements ......
The regular county political announcements
and I respectfully announce that I ;; ; the citizens of the Third
cost $10.00 run:I
To theot the 5th Con. ,"Accomplishment
Tentative Budget until the election. They are to be am a candidate for School Board, Judkal Circuit of Florida:
District of Madison
paid for with the Insertion order, :. District 2, Madison County, subject stable County I hereby announce my candidacy not authorship'

to tN May 1960 Democratic pri Florida for nomination to the office of Circuit
FOR COUNTY JUDGEI Ladies and Gentlemen-- really Judge of the Third Judicial 1'don't WHO
The maries. My greatest Interest !nI -OUJ care
State Road Board last Thurs
day placed In the tentative work respectfully announce that ] school J'Stm11s for the best facilities : appreciate the wonderful support: Circuit of Florida, Group 1. I am

budget for the fiscal year starting am a candidate for County Judge possible. Being a parent oi:r that you gave me _hen,1 W&IeJected'"OUr I well qualified, having practiced law authors alegislative

July 1st the four-lanlng of U S 90 of Madison County, subject to theDemocratic three children In school .gives' me Constable In 1936 I for 30 years* am admitted to practice .' measure '

through Madison, $280,000. Also Included primaries In May I960-:: much interest In our local tcbools 1940 and 1941. t did not run foreelection r, in the U S Supreme Court 'thetime c '\

In the tentative list 1s."Jm. If elected, I will serve all : and I would appreciate! the opportunity in 1948. Since that I Federal Courts of Florida and the' i' ....onlYHOW7t :

proving U .S 90 from east of Live people to the best of my ability to serve I earnestly I have had the pleasure of serving:: Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. I'I '
and I you.
Oak to the Columbia Lne with fairness to everyone of Greenville '. tM: {1
county the Town as Mayorfor
special privilege to none. I will: solicit your support in the coming have presented and extended. I

480000. greatly appreciate your vof and election. -.. two terms and also two terms am a Protestant an ex< as a member of the City Council .
support. Sincerely, former City Attorney of the City
FOR ,COUNTY COMMISSIONER Sincerely, For the confidence: placed in me by of Lake Florida .
DISTRICT FIVE R. W. (BOB) MILNER City, past President 1 1A 1M
EDWIN L. (EDDIE) FLOWERS you the good people of Greenvflle of the Lake City Bar Association
To the Democratic voters of and District No 5 I will always be
Madison l County: I wish to ann otl3nce FOR SUPERVISOR OF FOR SCHOOL. BOARD : and am presently a memberof
feel that
REGISTRATION very my past the Board of Governors to the
that I am a candidate for County DISTRICT NO. 2
Commissioner, District Five, subject r MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDAI experience as a law enforcement Florida Bar. I was born and raisedIn

to the action of the Democratic I respectfully announce that I ama officer qualifies me to perform theto Columbia County, Florida, and

primaries In May. If elected, I candidate for the office of Supervisor have discharged my duties I duties of Constable. 'Therefore Ian have spent my entire life In the y.r. .

pledge to support Madison County of Registration of Madison honest the best of my abilities In I am asking you good people to elect Third Judicial Circuit oof Florida.

and the people therein as a wholeto County subject to the Democratic progressive and economicalway. 1: me your Constable of the 5th I married Lassie Goodbread also
Our children's a
the best of my knowledge and primaries In May 1960. I promise and Constable District of Madison ..
of Columbia
betterment native
have County. All
always been uppermost
ability. I earnestly solicit vote honest conscientious and courteous
your in County for the next four years. If has been
my mind and efforts. I of my schooling In the
and support, for which I will always service to all if you elect me to
solicit hereby solicit your vote and sup: elected I pledge you good, clean, Florida schools..
be most gratefuL this office. I earnestly your
CARY PHILLIPS vote and support. port in the May, 1960 Democratic:: honest law enforcement My motto I believe I know your problemsand r

Sincerely, primaries for re-election, as your, is to do unto others as Iou1d promise if elected to do my

FOR SCHOOL BOARD 4 W. B. (BAILEY WYNN School Board Member from District have them do unto me. best to make you an able, fair and

DISTRICT 4 Two. Your true friend considerate judge and I solicit your

: FOR SUPERVISOR OF Sincerely, M S (MIKE) LETCHWORTHPaid vote and support.

I respectfully announce that I REGISTRATIONDear RUSS DUGAN ( A. K. BLACK _ _'_ .:;...-_.
political a am a candidate for School Board, FOR SHERIFF FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE

District 4, Madison County, Fla, friends and fellow-citizens FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT DIST 5, :MADISON COUNTY FLA !LUARLIOLGOVERNOR

subject to the Democratic primaries of Madison County: I want to thank X respectfully; announce my candidacy THREE -

In' :May, 1960. If you elect each of you for your vote and sup for re-election as Sheriff of I respectfully announce my candidacy

me to this office, I will conscIentiously port, and your wonderful cooperation Madison County, Florida, subject to I respectfully announce my candidacy for re-election as Justice of

serve the people of the while serving as your Registration the Democratic primaries In May. for re-election as County Commissioner the Peace. District 5. Madison 9...p.umat..raraSMI.. V
county to the best of my ubllity officer. I, have endeavoredat It bas been a privilege and a pleasure for another term subjectto County, Fla, subject to the Democratic ( ti CMr.It S aUT' ..

and work for the best interests of to serve you In the past. Thanksfor the Democratic primaries in
all times to give you honest, : primaries In May 1960. If re- NOTICE TO CREDITORS
the school children at all times.Thanking efficient and courteous service. On entrusting me with the honor. May. Thank you for the privilegeof elected I will continue to serve the
If re-elected, I will endeavor to
you for all put favors, this record I earnestly solidt your give honest and efficient law enforcement seeing you during the past people courteously, fairly, and impartially Florida StatutesIN

when I had the privilege of serving vote and support In the 1960 May to the best of my abiflty years. It is my sincere wish you to the best of my ability. THE COURT OF THE COUNTY

you six years on the School Board, primary election for re-election I earnestly solidt your vote and reelect me', so I can continue to I will greatly appreciate your vote JUDGE, MADISON COUNTY

and assuring,you I will greatly appreciate for Supervisor of Registration. support in the coming election. serve you. I am most grateful for and support. FLORIDA, IN PROBATE.In .

your vote and support I Sincerely, Sincerely yours your confidence, and assure you Sincerely, re: Estate of P. M. Dawson

am ARTHUR E RAGANS S. 1L MOORE. that I will continue to serve all A L (ROOSTER) LEGGETT, SRI Deceased.TO .

Very sincerely yours, the people of Madison County In ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS
manner as always. Your vote and i TOUR OF HOMES You and each of you are hereby

FOR CONSTABLE: DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT THREE I respectfully announce my candidacy support will be greatly appreciated. notified and required to present any

I respectfully announce that I ama for re-election to the School. Sincerely: Garden Circles met last Thursday, claims and demands which you, or
candidate for Constable District I respectfully announce that I ama Board from District 4, Madison I GROVER C CONE morning for their monthly business either of you may have against the
candidate for County Commissioner County, Florida subject to the' meeting and annual Tour of Homes.I estate jot. P. M. Dawson. deceased -
5, Madison County, Fla' subject to District 3, Madison County, FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT
Democratic primaries in May 1960. Mrs S H Moore entertained the: late of said County, to the
the Democratic primaries In :May Fla, subject to the Democratic I hare given conscientious service ONEI Azalea Circle, when plans were.I County Judge of Madison County,

1960. If you elect me to the officeof primaries In May, 1960. I have in the long-term Interest of education made for the annual May luncheon Florida, at his office In the court

Constable, I promise fair, faithful lived all my life In District 3, ,' and welfare of the people of respectfully announce my candidacy Thursday, May 12, at the Agricul- house of said County at Madison.

impartial and honest adminis have fanned all my life, and am this county. If re-elected. I shall for re-election l as County ture Center. The Moore home was Florida, within eight calendar

tration of the law to the best of familiar with the needs and problems ,. continue to give such service. It is Commissioner In District One for open to the tour and had many months from the time of the first

my ability. I have had four years of our district and county. If with deep appreciation for the another term, subject to the Democratic beautiful competitive arrangementson publication of this notice. Each.

of law enforcement experience with ycu elect me your Commissioner, I courtesies and friendliness that you primaries May I have given display. First and second prizes I claim or demand shall be in writIng -

I[ will cooperate with the other the people have given me that I faithful and honest service: to Madison here were awarded to Mrs J A and shall state the place of
the Town of Greenville and feel
Commissioners for the best interests seek re-election to this office. Your Davis for a table arrangement, and residence and post office address
that I am qualified to serve the of Madison County. I vote and support will be deeply ap County and will continue to to Mrs. 0 R Hamrick for a French I I of the claimant, and shall be sworn.

people of the 5th District In this earnestly solicit your vote and support predated. do. so if re-elected. It has been a period arrangementMrs I to 'by the claimant, his agent or hir,

Important office; and will greatly and promise fair and equal Sincerely, pleasure to serve the good people J J Newman's home was attorney, and any such claim or

appreciate your vote and support. treatment for everybody. W. IL (BILLY) 'BAILEY, JR. of this county and I will continueto open to the Dogwood Circle where I demand not so filed shall be void.. I

Sincerely. Very sincerely yours, work in harmony with the other church arrangements were out. AMANDA HUTCHERSON,

J D BISHOP WILBURN T. DAVIS. FOR COUNTY JUDGE Commissioners for what is best for standing. Mrs J G Ashley won 1st. As Administratrix of the estateof

COUNTY COMMISSIONER Madison County. Your vote and prize on her dogwood arrangementfor P M Dawson, deceased.
FOR TO DEMOCRATIC VOTERSOF First publication April 8th, 1960.
FOR CONSTABLE DISTRICT 8 THE support will be greatly appreciated. the church and Mrs Leila M
MADISON COUNTY: Gibson, 2nd prize for sideboard arrangement
DISTRICT THREE I respectfully announce that I am Sincerely I Mrs Ashley gave a pro- Slight ChargeA

I respectfully announce that I I respectfully announce that I a' candidate for re-election as WILBUR G. RUTHERFORD gram on church arrangements, us-

am a candidate for Constable, am a candidate for County Com County Judge of Madison County, FOR TAX ASSESSOR uv: as her background Dorothy

District', Madison County, Fla, missioner of Madison County, Florida subject to the Democratic Biddies book on flower arrange ..
District Three, subject to the' primaries in Hay, 1960. I promiseyou ments. slight charge Is made for:
subject to the Democratic
primaries I
respectfully announce that I
action of the Democratic pri- that if I am re-elected to this Mrs D F Burnett's home contained 0 ALL ENTERTAINMENT
in May 1960. If elected to this Important office I will am a candidate for Tax Assessorof NOTICES
maries in May. I promise faithful, con the Camellia Circle display. Mrs
position I will be on call 24 hours Madison County, Florida, subject ( of
conscientious service If you chooseme tinue to render the highest type James M Groover's Georgian arrangement regardless sponsor)

day, and render fair and Impartial for this important office, andI service to all of the people. to the Democratic primariesin and Mrs James Sale's A ALL ,NOTICES OF MONEY-

law-enforcement service to I will deeply appt'l'dateour vote May I960. If elected to this modem arrangement tied. for first RAISING PROJECTS
earnestly solicit vote and
the people of the district. I will your and support. position, I will discharge the dutiesof honors. (regardless of sponsor)
support, for which I shall ever be
greatly appreciate your vote and Sincerely yours the office to the best of my ALL NOTICES IN ADVANCE
support. Very sincerely, ability and with fairness and jus-
WALKER ; ice to all I will greatly appreciate
LAMAR ANDREWS FOR TAX COLLECTOR your vote and support. PARTY (regardless of organization)

FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER 7 respectfully announce that I ama Very sincerely yours, Prices are reasonable. Rising production

DISTRICT ONEI candidate for the office of Tax HENRY DICKINSON Presbyterian women of the church JREE ADVERTISING.costs force us to omit All*

respectfully announce that I DISTRICT FIVE Collector of Madison County, subject I celebrated the annual birthday party .
am a candidate for County Commissioner I respectfully announce that I to the Democratic primaries in ,SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATIONI Monday afternoon in the educational I EASTER BASKET FAVORS
May 1960. If elected to this office .
District One, Madison am a candidate for the office of I building.Mrs
I Members of the Presbyterian
County, subject to the action of the County Commissioner, Distict 5, I shall in return serve you couragedusly I respectfully announce that I Reeves Bowen and Mrs Good.roft' Youth Fellowship took to the local

Democratic primaries In May. U of Madison County, subject to the best and fairly by rendering the am a candidate for Supervisor of of Tallahassee were guests and hospital last Saturday Easier' basket -
possible SCn.i1th
profound Mrs Bowen
elected, I promise faithful, honest, Democratic primaries in May, 1960.I appreciation and friendliness to all Registration of Madison County,, Kirby Reichmann was guest Introduced speaker.Irs Mrs favors which they .had made

conscientious performance of the promise honest conscientious and I humbly solicit your tote and Fla subject to the Democratic primaries Bowen who and which were to be served on
gave an Interesting talk
duties of the office with
I for the people, of the fir countyas treatment courteous service to the best of my I support. In May, 1960. I promise on the history and work of Stillman the Easter. dinner trays for the

a whole, and I earnestly solidt ability to all If you elect me to Sincerely, faithful, conscientious service If you College at Tuscaloosa, Ala. where patients;

your cooperation and vote and this office. I earnestly solicit your J. LUKE) HUTTO. choose me for this important office the church provides a sound education VOTE FOR -

lupport for which I shall always vote and support. j FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER and( I earnestly solidlJKlr'Gte with strong Christian emphasis:; AND ELECT
. >c most grateful Sincerely, I DISTRICT FIVE and support, for which I shall ever for Negro youth. She showed -
Sincerely, F T (Tebo) Webb be grateful. slides of the school, which empha
MARVIN E. BASS sised the need for more buildings. WILBURN T. DAVIS
FOR TAX COLLECTORWith I respectfully announce that I ama The birthday offering whkh was
candidate for re-election to the MRS LUCY GARDNER;
taken to help build
and goes a new
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVEI humble thanks appreciation FOR -
Board of County Commissioners,
classroom and office building at
respectfully announce that I am for the past support and District 5, Madison: County. Fla. FOR SHERIFF StIIimaa

a candidate for State Representativefrom courtesies, I respectfully announce subject to the Democratic primaries I respectfully announce that I Circles Nos 2 and 4 were hostessesat COUNTY COMMISSIONER

Madison County, subject to my candidacy for reelection to in May. I appreciate the am a candidate If for Sheriff of Madison the social hour The refreshment District ThreeA
County. elect this
the Democratic primaries In May office of Madison County Tax courtesies and confidence yon ba'ethm you me to taMe was centered with an arrangement

1960. If you elect me to this position Collector subject to the May Primaries me in the past and if recfected important Impartial office efficient, I courteous pledge honest law of Spring flowers and at one qualified man who has time

1'lU serve all of Madison 1960. I promise a 1ill continue to serve enforcement Please -join me in this end was a lovely pastel decorated for the job I
County unselfishly and without to the best of ability
you my
birthday cake and a silver serviceat
ation of effort to render )amtinu.j campaign for a better Madison (Paid Political Advt
favors I
special to anyone. earnestly Sincerely.COLEMAN the other Individual cakes and
best and most courteous Ccunty in whkh to live and rear
solicit your vote and support. RICHARDSON our children I will appreciate your mints were served and Mrs J M Mndison County hal the

GEORGE Sincerely,. JEWELL. JR.F' possible.Cordially, .. CANDIDATE FOR CONSTABLE vote and support DuRant Loper and poured Mrs coffee T C Merchant'Mrs Donald Jr; reputation of having a good

PAT MILLINORFOR 5th DISTRICT BILL MACK Sincerely HENDRY circle chairmen were assisted by County CoUrt. Keep this good

R*STATE REPRESENTATIVE COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR MADISON COUNTY FLORIDA --- their members In serving.SmithCorona reputation by Voting For and
I respectfully announce that I ::e-electing a man that has
I respectfully announce my candidacy DISTRICT NO. 5
am a candidate for State Representative I respectfully announce my candidacy for re-election as Constable. MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA adding proven himself qualified in

from Madison County, for re-election as County Tax I respectfully announce that I I
District 5. Madison County, (Greenville am every respect for the many
subject to the Democratic.primaries Assessor for another term, subjectto ) Florida If re-elected I wffl candidate for Justice of the Peace, Machines typewritersand
In May, 1960. If you elect me to the Democratic Primaries In continue to of W- District: No. 5.; Madison County. legal duties of this important
give the people
this position I will serve you May. I promise honest and faithful trIct S the same fair and impartial Fife, subject to the Democratic: primaries cash registers. office

ioncsUy, soberly, and capably to sen-ice to aU as in the past, always law enforcement in the la May I960. If elected I VOTE FOR
the best 'ot my ability. I win greatly mindful of the trust the as will serve all the people fairly,
being past Your vote in the forth coming Impartially and to the ,
vote and best of in1
appreciate Ik
port :* your' sup. office will be holds.appreciated Your vote and support May Primaries: win. be greatly. ap- ability. Tour vote and support will Cisrtis 'D. Earp .

preckted. be greatly: appreciated.

Sincerely. .. Sincerely. ,.. ALBERT SISTRL'ti'K .Saoertly aEer4ec.rJerx COUNTY JUDGE,.
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A preaching service every Soaday N. Orange St. Phone HU g 6353 j IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTS: On Tbe Book{ Sfelf For TTleBestrWQualit3r' 4, .*. ,. ...
WE WELCOME YOU "' A preaching Service every Sunday MEETINGS: JUDGE. MADISON COUNT
lit and 3rd Svndayt 11:00 a:m. morning Bible Study: Wednesday 7:30 P. M. FLORIDA.. IN PROBATE .

2nd and 4th Sundays 7:30 p. m. lit and 3rd Sundays 10:00 a. m. Service Meeting: Friday 7:00 P. M. In re: Estate of Joseph Kosieniak,p The Bible has been a prolific Re-Uphoktering ;

p Sunday School each 2nd-and 4th Sundays 11:00 a. m. Ministry SdiMl: Friday 8:00 P. M Deceased. source of subject material for the
Sunday at 10:00 a. m. Sunday School every Sunday. Watchtower BiMe Study TO ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS novelist and the numerous books at at the most reasonable prices

Prayer Service each 1st and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. Sunday 7:00 P. M HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS the Public Library based on Biblical ANYWHERE '
Wednesday 8:00 p. m. Kingdom Seekers Welcome.No AGAINST SAID ESTATE: history are In constant demand.
2nd and 4th 1000 0
Sundays L m.
Collection Taken.. You and each of you are hereby Call or Write -
Family Night covered Family Night Covered Dish Supper Author Frank Slaughter has beena
dish supper Friday notified and required to present prolific writer of Biblical fiction
Fiiday night after second Sunday Candidates-Strew your nam anT claims and demands which you., MES.C.M.PLANT
before 1st Sunday 730 p. m. as well as fictionized medicine. He .
Woman's .Society of every month promptly at 7:00 p. m.Woman's all around the county with E-R or either of you may have against has combined both expertly in a

Christian ServIce Society of Christian, Ser campaign card, posters, cir, the estate of Joseph KotlenJak,I recently published name. The Thorn 415 S. Horry St; Madison.
vice meets night after
on Monday deceased late of said
I County to I 1
meets Thursday after of Arimathea. The hero is Quintus Hlf
1st Sunday 8:00 p.'m. third Sunday at 7:30 p. m. culars. Be sure to say something the County Judge of Madison Coun, Voluslanus, a.physician and Roman Phone 3-6650

Methodist Men's Club meets The Methodist Men's Club meets nice about yourself, evenif tY 'Florida, at his office In the. centurian: whose life is linked Hours: 9 to II. 12 to 3:30

alternately with Rocky I alternately with Cherry Lake on no one else wflL court house of said County at closely with events of the times., RepresenUngI'

Springs Tuesday after I Tuesday after the 4th Sunday Madison, Florida within eight calendar Other recent Biblical names by' SOUTHLAND FURNITURE
4th Sunday 8:00 p. m. 8.-00 p. m. SUNDAY PROGRAM SCHEDULEW months from the time of the Slaughter include The Galilean

Official Board meets 1st Wed.,J Jne The Official Board meets ud1mont.b M A F first publication: of this notice. and Song of Roth. WHOLESALE REUPHOLSTERING
each even ''numbered month 7:30 A. M Musk Each claim or -demand shall be in Sholem Asch also has written
day Gospel
following the supper on writing and shall state the placeof Box 1004()() 311 S. Forrest St. I
after prayer service. 7:65 News numero ., novels with Biblical
j Commission on Education meets Family Night 8:00 Baptist Hour residence and post office ad themes including The Nazarene, Phone CH 2.4970
P. Y. ROWELL S._ S. Supt. dress of the claimant, and shall be VALDOSTA GEORGIA
Wednesday eacn odd 8:30 Gospel Music The Prophet and The Apostle. .
MRS. W. W. CATLEDGE Treat sworn to by the claimant Ws agent
month after prayer service. 9:00 Revival Tim Other novels based on Bible history *
; JAMES SHEFFIELD; S. S. Supt. a B. DAVIS, PASTORLee 9:30: >> Gospel Concert or attorney, and any such claim or are The Silver Chalice by ALL WORKUnconditionally
demand filed shall be void.ANGELINE .
THOMAS SURLES. HARRY M. 10:00 News not so Thomas B Costain; The Robe by Guaranteed :'

COCHRAN Asst's.C. Methodist Charge 10:05: Sunday Serenade MANDZ1ARA Lloyd C Douglas and Ben Hur by
REV. E W McDOUGAL Pastor As executor of the Last Will and
B. DAVIS. Pastor. 10:45 Prelude to Worship Wallace.
LEE METHODIST. CHURCH Testament of Joseph Kodeniak de BUSINESSMEN . .
-- 11:00 Morning Worship
; FIRST BGREENVILLE AI TIST CHURCH Preaching1st 12:00 News ceased. If want customers
15th LEJEUNE. N C (FHTNC) .you every
FLA. and 3rd First publication Friday. April
12:15 Aftercoca Melodies Victor C. Ma thenty. machinery re- ,week in your store tell 'em
Sunday School 10:00 A. M. 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. 1225 News 1960.
pairman second class, USN. Madison -
11:00 A. M. about it in an E-R ad, every
Morning Worship Sunday School Every
Afternoon Melodies
Flav took part in a Joint'Navy.
Baptist Training Coarse 6:45 P. MLLh'cning Sunday ._._... 40:00 a. m. 1:30 Alternooo Melpdka Presbyterian Circles Marine Corps exerdse off the coast week.

!: Worship ..__ 7:30 P. M. :Methodist: Youth Fellowship 1:40 Serenade IA Blue of Camp Lejeune, N C, March 22.
Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. M. 6: Op.m 1:53 News
.. April 5, while serving aboard the
BOB SEARCY. Sunday School Supt. 2:00 Hour oT DeciiloaMusical
destroyer USS English.
Mrs Walter Harris was hostess to
2:30 "
Sunday The operation, known as ant-
Presbyterian Circle No. 1 the first
Preaching Services every First Preaching 2nd and
4th Sundaysam
2:55 News
phlblex: 1-60", was the largest
and Third Sunday 11:00 'A M. 11:30 and 7:30 pm 3:00 Musical Monday at the church lounge with and Remodeling
Sunday amphibious exercise of trie and
and 7.-00 P. !.I. tm; members attending. Mrs Charles year
Sunday School every Sunday 325 Sews involved Second Division Marines
_, Sunday School every Sunday 10:30 am 4:00 Hit Parade I Fleming was a new member. from Camp Lejeune. -. : ,Howerton Supply Co.
10:30 A. M/ Mrs W G Sheldon was Bible
i Family Night Saturday before PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 425 News 'Study leader on the topic Victory I -x- --"-"''-..//i/i/( ,,, ,,"'
5:00 Music Sundown
Every second Sunday 4:00 P. M. i At Over Death Mrs L C Thompson FORT CAMPBELL, KY. (AHTNC)

f* REV. C. M. SAPPINGTON, Pastor Preaching every Sunday 5:30 G:33 Headlmet & Weather presented the Christian Education I Army Sgt James D Norris Route 3, THINKING

Sunday School 10:00 A. M I' PROGRAMS Sign SUBJECT Off program. Mrs Jack Wade presided Madison Fla. has been participating
nOPEWELL BAPTIST CHURCH TO when plans were made for the Easter with other personnel from the
Morning Worship __ 11:00 A, M
Sunday School --.-,_.. 10:00 A. M. Sunday CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE egg hunt and for placing flowersin 101st Airborne Division in Exercise ABOUT MORE .
Evening BTU
P. M. .
Morning Worship ......? 11:00 A. )L Evening; Services :;. ''7:30 P. M. the church. Cake coffee and Quick Strike at Fort Campbell and '\ Es t
Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. Prayer Meeting Wednesday-- Daily Program ScheduleWMAP 'cardies were served by the hostess. i Camp Brcckinridge, Ky.

Evening Worship _....... 7:30 P. M. Evening ...__ V:00 P.M. Mrs P J Parramore entertained -xENJOYS*** INSURANCE?
Midweek Prayer Service 7:30 P. )L W B SEALS. S S Superintendent 1230 ON YOUR DIAL Circle No. 3 with eight members E-R '

Brotherhood last Thursdayof J ARTHUR 6:00 AM. Sign On attending. Mrs A 11 Armstrong gave Enclosed you will find check,
each month at __.. 7:30 P. M. CRUCE Training Union 6:02 Fla. Firm Hr. the Brole lesson on the topic Victory fur my paper which we do enjoy f

WMU every second and fourth Director. 6:25 World & State News Over Death and Mrs Henry Ragans getting each week, and don't wantto ,
Tuesday 7:30 pm. ERNEST GURR, Minister 6.30 Fla. Farm Hour presented the Christian Education miss a copy. f

V L. SINGLETARY S. S. Supt. WELCOME TO I, 6:45 \ Rudy Hamridc program. Plans were made for the The weather Is fine out here

JIMMY LAMB. B. T. U. Director NEW HOME BAPTIST CHURCH (Mon Wed. Frt) Easter egg hunt The hostess served and we do enjoy it The flowers are

REV. LEWIS D. HUGHEN, Pastor Come Worship With Us 625 World News cake and coffee. all in bloom which lends a lovely
7:00 State N,.. _.. sIght.
WELCOME TO Sunday School 10:00 A. M. Jet
: Coffee With Ray The keeps in touch with
MT. OLIVE BAPTIST, CHURCH Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. paper us
Sunday School 10:00 A M. Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. 7:45 World News us have your ADS by TUES- all our friends back home.

Morning Worship 11:00 A. M.I Evening Worship 7:30 P. M. 7:50 State News DAY NOON. THANKS. THE Yours truly ; -4

Training Union ?,........ 6:30 P. M. Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. 725 Weather Newt E-R. Mrs. C W Barber Canoya Park,
Evening Worship _... 7:30 P. M. I Brotherhood 4th Friday 7:30 P. M. 8:00Uee with Ray California.

Prayer Meeting _..._.._. 7.30: P. M Jack Pickles __ S. S. Supt. 9:00 Morning Iterations r. .
t< Church Business' Meeting First Sim Andrews .- B. LYONS T. U. Director 9:15 9:30 Musical Music Unlimited Interlude Termites Swarming? When buying your
Wednesday night of each month.
10:00 News
brotherhood and W.M.U. Second CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST 10:05 Music Unlimited CALL E-R from Newsboys .I'
Thursday night of each month. .
CHURCH lOuJO Music Unlimited BurkeExterminating .1
preaching Services Every Sunday Preaching Services every Sunday 11.-00 Music Unlimited. Please DO NOT park in the e>

Come Worship With Us. Morning Service 11:00 A. M. 11:15 Public Service street and make your newsboy run {. ..,' R
REV. DOZIER SAPP. Pastor I Evening Service 8:00 P. M. 11:30 Record Session ; out: into the street to make a sale. '"

Sunday School every Sunday at 12:00 World News Kindly pull over to the curb. .. .
LEE BAPTIST CHURCH Phone 293-J Perry Florida
Our newsboys have instructions
10:00 A. M. 12:15 P.M. Noontime Notes,
a REV. 1. T. CARTER Pastor BTU 12:30 Talk ; in !:o STAY OUT of the streets, andre ...
P. Jumbo
I. Services every Sunday Every Sunday at 6:45 W Of The Town Giant Hamburgers a will *, .' .1' J 'a
appreciate your cooperating -
Sunday School........... 10:00 A. M. Prayer Meeting every Wednesdayat 12:40 Uncle Ned G-in bun 40c.WHITE I i with us AND THEM for

f. Morning Worship ........ 11:00 A. M. 8:00 P. M.Brotherhood. 1220 12:45 State News TOP DRIVE-IN "HEIR[ SAFETY. Thank you very C. E. QUICK
: News
I. Training Union ...__ 7:00 P. M. first Thursday every Farm ouch.
Evening Worship __ 8:00 P. M. month at 7:30 P. M. 1225 Weather News RU 3-6168 BOX 293

Prayer Meeting, Wed. 750 P. M. Everybody Welcome. 1:00 Hillbilly lilt Parade' Giant Jumbo Hamburgers
REV. J. ,c. COLLINS.. Paste. 125 News NEW ELECTRIC 10-KEY MADISON. FLORIDA .. 0 .r
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ADDING MACHINES This Gulf Life agent can tell
i MADISON CHURCH OF CHRIST 2:30 Public "Service I TOP DRIVE-IN you how, with AdaptA-

J REV JACK LAMB __._ Pastor 701 South Range 2:45 Afternoon Melodies VICTOR .. .. .... .- $171.00 Plan, your Insurance is "
8. It. Sapp .... Chairman Board of Sunday Bible Study 10:00 A. M. 225 World & State News I adaptable. For example a
Deacons. Lord's Supper and 3:00 Afternoon Melodies BURROUGHS .. .. ... 209.50 $L30 in Jasper family income plan can also

ff Billy Bailey _... B.T.U. Director Edification .....____ 11:00 A. M. 3:45 Public Service CLARY .. .. .. .. .. 225.00ODHNER provide substantial retirement
{ Leroy Cruse ___ Associate Director Sunday Evening Service 7:30 P. M. 4:00 News CANDIDATES: Rent an adding income. Give him
.. .. .. ... .. 259.50
[, Leroy Cruse ---. S. 5. Supt Wednesday Evening 4:05 Request Parade ucbine to total promises of support a call today!

w Miss Merle Bass ...__ Song Leader Service __ 7:30 P. M 425 World & State News TOTALIA. .. .. .. .. 259.00 from the deer pecpuL THE E-R. .
Mrs Juanita Cruse .?........ Pianist 5:00 Request Parade '
Sunday School .-... 10:00 A. M. NE\V HOPEFUL 6:45 Sports Highlight plus fed. and state tax. "

Morning Worship .....?. 11:00 A. M. MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 6:00 World News THE

Training Union ...__.._ 7:00 P. M. Services every first and third 6:15 Twflifcht Tunes ENTERPRISERECORDERIIUS6361 .
Evening Worship 8:00 P. M. Sundays at 11 a. m.. and 8:00 p. m. 625 News
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i Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. :M. .Sunda .School every Sunday 10:00 70 Sign Off Notice To Farmers ,

t Just as I am without' one plea.I Lm. PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO ,|

I come. Regardless. of your clothes TrainingUnion every Sunday 7:00 CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE :, 11
condition. Whether cotton Home P- m. KEEP UP ni POLITICS r t
REV. W. T. RYCROFT. Pastor j
spun. You are welcome In our WAKE UP IN THE E-R We Buy Yellow Ear Corn the f .
church sen-ice. l
Around "
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p Sunday School _.._ 10:00 A. M. Every Sunday \\1Uaoat Georgia t
.f Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. REV CARL V. IVEY. Pastor I N.nbt Backache Price Now Is "
t-TT as tat tlw tad Mir,.. "g.
t Evening Worship 7:30 P. M. Sunday School .10:00 A. M. ... rat*.MQfta, todUk h., ..... PLATE
, Youth Service Wednesday 8:00 P. M. Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. .....-.-...a.- ."__....Mhs.ll.t.ttrtrG .GLASS I ,
:- Choir Practice 6:00 P. M. .. ..... ...."...r..r.r.W t1fM.. f
I REV. B. a BRICKLEY Pastor ....... _irlrlrtft.w.N.pti. ..... cNaAr $1:30: -per bushel .
Trailing Union ._---.. 650 P. M. .... aN .
,k; L. O. S. SERVICE Evening Worship _-.,_ 7:30 P. M ..._t a..,-...a04 R......tnrrit.trs GLASS ,

I CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. M 4It.n..t.arrrtat. [ q wnq a rNUIss tt*... /GLASS KOOK picker picked ,. '
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brought the message on the Resurrection NAVACO AWNINGS
Easter Services At Termites
story. Altar flowers of Swarming? HOWERTON SUPPLY COMPANYMrs .
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white gladioli were in memory of
CALL N R Williams and two sons,
.. StF YOi/R/ DIXlFHTRQ6FH Madison ChurchesMadison Miss Julia BamwelL The children Riley and Devere, of Frostproof
of the congregation were entertained BurkeExterniinating
DEAI I spent Easter weekend here with
Christina with an egg hunt following
: churches
celebrated her parents, Mr and, Mrs D D
the glory of the risen I the service Morris.
Christ with Easter Sunday services PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES i Co.

FARMERS' i and special music. Rev James Moncrief of the North WATCH THE E-R FORd
Phone 293-J Perry, FloridaMr
MUTUAL Union sunrise services on the, Florida Junior College broughtthe

EXCHANGE terrace of the Madison Woman's message of the Risen Christ and :Mrs Charles Godwin an Mac's Furniture &

ars. Madison. Fla Club got early worshipers out a large congregation at the children of West Palm Beach spent
6 a m to hear the Resurrectiostory tmorning services at the Presbyterian I the Easter week end at their old

in sermon by the Rev JamesT church., A number of visitors home here. Appliance ,

1 Barber and Easter music by a home for the holidays attended SCHWINN BICYCLES
Baptist Circles choir from the churches directedby in addition to the regular Franchised Dealers & Service

Mr, Robert Kennedy, with Mrs worshipers. The choir, directed by HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. FORMAL OPENING 1
RECORDS AU Baptist Circles will meet Dale Leslie organ accompanist. Mr'alJe.r WhiUoek, gave a special .
Monday April 23: No 1 at 3 pm Kirby Reichmarai read Atatthew's number The Holy City, with Miss I
RECORDS at the church;. No 2 with Mrs story of the Resurrection, EdwinB Jean Ragans of Decatur, Ga taking,
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Elmer Fisher at 3 p m; No 3 with Browning gave the opening the solo part. Altar flowers were!
RECORDS Mrs J C Moore at 10:00 a m; No prayer, and the Rev HE Nationgave 'white! glads and other beautiful* SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO.
4 with Mrs Charles Quick at 8 the benediction. The offertory flowers.

p m; and the Business Women's Pl'a'tt"aI made by A H Smith, (continued on another page) 309 S. PATTERSON STREET I
Visit your One-Stop "Pop" Circle with Mrs Edwin Browningat ,chairman of the Madison CancerSociety VALDOSTA, GEORGIA

and LP Record Shop today 7:30 p m. ''Who made an appeal for Mrs Bessie Kane of San Francisco
the cause. Contribution for the in renewing for the home paper, Machine Repair Rental Sewing Course
Miss Ann Folsom of FSU visited purpose was 2923. writes: Vance and 1 enjoy the
Willis'Recordlig her parents, Mr and Mrs V M I The Willis Recording Studios paper; we read every word.. We j Machines
New and
are pleased to Madison
Folsom, over the Easter vacation.i made a recording of the service see grow- up
Inv, both in population and inin-
-x- which was broadcast later overWMAF
dustry.'e will be visiting Madison CALL VALDOSTA CII 4-2304 COLLECT
MIss Francine Millnor! of FSU
at the Hymns And Meditations again soon.CORN .
404<< N E Hancock St. spent the Easter holiday at home hour. I Service in 24 Hours
I' Phone HU 3-6827 with her parents, Mr and Mrs Pat FIRST METHODIST"We
$1.30 Jasper
LL i Milllnor. Believe In Immortals ty" 4 i ass
was the sermon topic of the Easter

:. Mrs H C Merryday joined Mr We are headquarters message at the eleven o'clock
and Mrs Crill Merryday and son service at the First Methodist Best Qualified-By Far j

Dana in Tallahassee Friday and for Major Appliances. church by the pastor, the Rev Paul:

,, accompanied them to Arcadia to Touchton. Special music included i
spend Easter with Mr and Mrs 'an anthem Sanctus by Gounod
Dana Jones. WESTERN AUTO with director Robert Kennedy sing. I
Ing the tenor solo.

The Easter Story was shown

... with colored slides at the evening
THE YIELD IS UpON SAVING As T ,hour with special music Gospel
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Hymn TIme.1fte, gladioli, Easter -
lilies and mums filled the.attar
: FEDERAL vases.

kt "What The Living Christ .Means. Q ,
To Me" was the topic of the Rev
'c James T Barber's sermon at the
;- First Baptist Church Sunday moming. ;
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The adult choir rendered a 4

beautiful program of tutor music .

f including three anthems, Alleluia- :, _".iii I
Alleluia Were You There and : ,

t Risen As He Said directed by Mr _
LV. Wlliiford and with Mrs Venn m e
;' Pagan as organist Carroll Lamb, '

\'!' of Jacksonville, a .visiting soloist 'T"
1t sang J'alked Today. Where : 1
Jesus. Walked. T

The evening service wai -coo-
BY 10th ducted by the youth group and included -
a sermon by Richard K
\, Brown on the topic Fiihen'" of &
*, MO TUES.-\VED.-FRI. 9 AM TO 4 PM Men Jim Busby directed ;the 11 Ld11I

: THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS 9 AM TO 12 NOOK Youth Choir in a the singing of ("
Easter music with Miss Emily
I t The New Burnett organ accompanist. Miss ePD
Joan Brown, Training Union Director .
was In charge of"the program
", This being Youth Week at the
t y. church the Youth Training Union AtV

,.. will have charge of services each .
evening and through Sunday. ""
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11" 115 N. TOOMBS VALDOSTA, GA. The Rev Roger Steinhauer, assistant
4 chaplain at Florida State
I r. :, :The Friendly AssociationBjA Enough to Serve You Small University, was the celebrant at

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Mac's & .Mr.andMrs. The Rotary Club was taken on a f Lamar AndrewsFOR as Miss:guests Jean over Ragans Easter of Atlanta week and end Mac's Furniture &

tour of Carson's Furniture Factory Mr and Mrs Bobbie Ragans and
Appliance Rdbert HammockNEW Wednesday after the luncheon I two small daughters Vivian and
at the Club House, to see various COUNTY COMMISSIONERDistrict Joy. of Orlando. Their son Philip Appliance
operations in the manufacture of of FSU spent the Easter holidays'
FORMAL OPENING MANAGERSOF the comfortable line of sofas and Three-Madison County on the ATO fraternity feouseparty at
Paid Political AdVt. Fort Lauderdale. FORMAL OPENING
chairs put out by the company. Mr ( "
Charles Stout manager conductedthe ON DEAN'S LIST
HOBO REUNION PARTY White TopDrhreIn tour. Visiting Rotarians were
Emerson Fixer of Fernandina Beach Friends are glad to know that Lawn Mower Service Mr and Mrs Burch Cornelius hadas
The vacant lot southeast of I the and Dr John Moorman of U of F. Thomas W Waldrep made the I guests at Easter Mr Cornelius
High School was the scene of a Mr George HWmwas Visitor.. Dran' list also the President's father Mr R T Cornelius of Nash*
Hobo Reunion from 4 to 6 p. m. list at the University of Florida the Repairing and rebuilding; also any ville, Tenn., who will be here for aseveral
April 7, in honor of the 11th birth- Open 6 days a week for yoi Giant Jumbo Hamburgers in past semester. He has also been type small engines repaired weeks' visit, and his brother
day of Susan Selman. .v convenience.Closed elected to Alpha Zeta Honorary Dr W G Cornelius the facultyof
The 35 guests competed In, i relating 6-in bun 40c.WHITE agricultural fraternity at the University McWilliams Garage Agnes Scott College Decatur,
experiences since they last Sundays I TOP DRIVE-IN Ga., here for the week end.
assembled, Using names that had Breakfast Served from 6 a. m.
been assigned them. Judged best In
this effort was Richard Baker, asKadlddJehopper. Dinners, Suppers and
The award was a Short Orders

can Best of in Vienna naming sausage.items in a Hob., SOLID MAPLE BEDROOM BUY!
Puck was Mae Merchant. claiming! Are you peddling insuranc+ ,I

the prize of a box of soda cracker tranquilizers, shoes, or automobiles -
Original costume awards went to ? Keep the public ii -
Johnny Bullai .
Terry who received Ragans sardines and as prizes. formed of your valuable se- A Charming Mellow-toned Maple Perfect for Today's Homes

Handouts were arranged 1 by vices with an inexpensive

Walker's Store, consisting :of hot weekly ad in The E-R, sayin,

dogs and sodas. Birthday cake and the nice things about local foil :, :
Ice cream were served around I .
y campfire by the Selmans assisted 1 by since 1865.PROGRAM .
Mrs Frank Green Mrs S P Griff
? and Mrs Alma Hadden. IR
M Each guest received a bandana i as TREE GENETICSJan 0g
souvenir of their llth reunion as -
they departed leaving many Jovely] Dazey, of the Florid
'and useful gifts and tnementoes their Journeys for Susan. speaker at the Lions' Club meetin, I

Tuesday, and showed\ motto
i/ : CANDIDATES--Don't be too pictures and' cave a talk on the .; : '

iI I conservative about proclaiming department's pine tree Impnnementplans. = a.w .

your virtues in an E-R ad. Remember < AI Lundy. local* forester, i ia
was in charge of the program.
opponents are
l your The department Is seeking to apply '
not likely] to say many good the principles of genetics to 4 --. .

things about you. pine tree growing, hoping in the : -'

future to get better strains of .-+,
.1 Mr ana Mrs Jack Hopkins of trees from their nurseries. To thls! \ .
Jacksonville, and Mrs Harold r> f '
end trees are selected in the !
Long of Gainesville Ga came Thurs--
the ''serious dines forests for superior qualitic
called by !
diameter ., 1 asI
of Miss Ethel Hopkins who is at In straightness,. branch .
the local hospital."Mr Hopkins and branch, angle, crown dlamete''I
Mrs DeLong have returned homer and otherteslrab1e, traits, and r:. -
but Mrs Hopkins remained to be rifle is used to shoot branche I ; r
with Miss Hopkins for ,some timiGoodyear from these trees. Cuttings from k t

o000 these branches are then grafted '
QO t
plants in the nursery at :
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Tires $ Munson and methods similar to s' 4 4 .M
those used in building up seed ti.
j 670 x 15, AU-Weather, tube-typs, I corn are employed for improve $i +

: ptus tax and recappable tire.MESSER : rent of the pine trees of the<
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uture. ,,,,
;- Visitors present included 0 I : ,,

aughtry of Ocala/..a member oi
Battery & 'e.OC7000CO" Co.;' he school evaluation team in the
) sty this week, and A L (Rooster. )
I c::::> ::: : : <:_:>oo jeggett Jr SPECIAL VALUE ready to enable you to create a really delightful bedroom for Jil for Junior for yourself.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, 3rd There's a big double dresser that's both practical and good looking. A chest give you plenty of storage space and a bookcase bed ;.
T JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. We are headquarters that shows all the beauty of the wood. At your first glance you'll recognize all the quality details that make it worthMUCH

IN CHANCERY. - - - - -
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Son Jinks, Plaintiff 'or[ Major Appliances.
t. ,'Ie.

t: Eddie Lee- Jones DIVORCETO Jinks, Defendant WESTERN AUTO An Extra

t : Eddie:: Lee Jones Jinks, whose .
f address is unknown. \'ew' Officers ofRoman's '
f You are hereby notified that i GoodBuy! Jo' _
t. Complaint for Divorce has
been filed against you, and ypu are Club 4 .
,1 required to serve a copy of your ftd I Rail >
Answer or Pleading to the Complaint : ,
J on the Plaintiffs Attorney A group of High School students vI '
Ernest M Page, Jr whose addressis under their director, Orvts Day k 'Ladder
Madison Florida, and file the gave; a musical program at theVwnan's ;; .' *
in the Thursday -: "
original answer or Pleading Club coffee :
office of the Clerk of the Circuit morning at the club notice. The ;
Court in and for Madison County, program opened with group singing: : Bunk Beds
Florida on or before the 7th day of spirituals followed by a Congo !
of May A D 1960. If you fall rhythm feature with Miss Wanda 4' ..
to do so, Decree Pro Confesso will Williams beating the tom-tom ac- '
be entered against you for the relief ompaniment on the bass drum. ./ For the Low.:
demanded in the Complaint.The Mrs J B Davis was unanimously \.',
Enterprise-Recorder: is hereby lected president for.9GO-6L Other '"
designated as the newspaper in officers a chosen wen Mrs Burch Price of
p which said order shall be published omeiius.. 1st Vice-Pres.; Mrs C Wantey a ,
once a week for fur (4) consecutive 2nd Vice-Pres; Mrs T C I '
, weeks. crchant Jr recording scrrtary;
Witness my hand and official seal Mn S" H Moore corresponding
this 5th day of April A. D. 1960. secretary; Mrs T C Gibson treasurer
DALE M. LESLIE ; Mrs Raeburn C Home parliaicntarian. -
Cleric Circuit .Court and Mrs T F Livingston.
'(COPY (SEAL) Junior Club sponsor. TtL 39O5f
By Jane W. Baker, D. C May Day plans were read end
32.4t-pd-E P mtmittees appointed. The club
\'rted to give the May Queen and
I court a dance following the :crown '
:II!III 11I11111111:: ::..,:' Ini event and pageant ITS .wasted ; 1

> to help defray the expenses .
I OLDTIRES of I a delegate to the FFWC Cons Easy Terms, Too
\'ttittan in Miami f.-t
Guests from out-of-town were Mrs <: +:

Do1e Connor of Starke and mother, f/It. ,. .. ". .'t..
ASE.UNSAFE Mrs B E Bennett, of Msrianna, : )t 1 -, _f:!', ',' -
and Mrs Phil GaUl 'of Shaw Air
!' Base S C. l.
once I.r"I". ..
Spring Tire Sale is now gomg ; to'

on-COme in and get your"set Col and Mrs Phil Gath and LL }
\Sandra of Shaw Air Force I i' .
of Firestone Tires. Now at a lUghter .
Base. S .c, were guests for several .. f4.
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d2)"S* of Mrs Gath's uncle .. .
tr and Mrs Raeburn C Home. They '.:.,; ; ..... i'.
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:: An Open Letter _To My Many. Friends : ".1: (JA JDear J\\

Friends (, :

: Since I was born in Dxleiandover three years ago it has always been my desire, to meet and : ?\ I

.... .. 'serve V,every single family In this great farming area.To call on each of you individually course .- ;' j1 N

is a big, I.)b. It Is for this reason that I use his fine newspaper to tell you about myself. I am a .. f'

.' candidate for election as your favorite,nitrogen.Thousands of your', already know that I can S '\

: .: make'you more money; grow,bigger yields. and save you work. To win. this election how :

ever/' .must have your full support. I believe that as your next door neighbor, (Made in Dixie -For ., : 1 ( \ ::,;. J .
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.r Dixie Farmers), I know your farming needs' best and I guarantee you to fight for "A,Bigger Yield ;, ,

e. From Every Field" if yo 'lI Just use me as recommended I,believe that I am your best and most ':: : ,. 4J:

: '. profitable l source of'solid nitrogen. I promise your aop a fast start. and hard-working grow : k;,? J\ ,

.at. power right, fcp to harvest. if you'll elect,. me as your favorite nitrogen. Your pocketbook be .. t "W.:.:,,', : :4

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record speaks for itself. For the past several years I have served thousands of farmers throughout Dixie by providing them with a dependable low cost source of
nitrogen that's Made In Dixie For Dixie Farmers. I'm proud of the fact thatTve always served my constituents with double barreled grow power. Barrel ,#1 starts crops
fast and gives them ,the boost they need to head for big, yields. Barrel #!2 gives them plenty of grow power right up to harvest.

Remember you always save money when you buy nitrogen on the basis of cost per pound of actual nitrogen. See your fertilizer dealer- today- and compare,the cost
per pound of actual nitrogen in DIXIE Nitrogen with the ,cost per pound of actual nitrogen in soda or 20.5% material. When you do you'll mark your ballot for DIXIE
and your pocketbook win.

of Y ur 7 : I 4i MY PLEDGE TO YOUNitrogen


pN. I F< r r' I Friends, when I announced as your
: candidate for Nitrogen, I told you
: 'd"r'F '1 r that' I would always be a Double t"J '
-r: Barreled straight shooter." "\',
f' Now, I'm going to it. DIXIE J .
_, ,. prove ;** Key to,.'-I Gli.U..rtcomm n t L ;I r Nitrogen is your best source of solid J +4 raft*. Ivy on bails of cos'.
nitrogen...and, it can really save Mr-pound of actual nitrogm.
; '. you money, make bigger yields,
o and help you make more money.BUT .
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-and this is very important to Heart oft II. fertility program.Ut .
w r t you, your crops, and your pocket. rtcommwidtd totes andgrod.u .
{ book ..even DIXIE Nitrogen can't

things' /

,t ,. support..the kind of backing and recOlMMftCled Urn. and continue by toil to ttit Rmo b as*
t., support that only a well-rounded_ cavt. normal crop removal,
r UacHing and .radon account
,c soil fertility program can give .t. for 90%to 95%of toil oddity.
#t. : # : So, I strongly I urge you to give ,roicrrsr t '
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'+ consideration each of the four TKo foundation ripe '<.v off/
e fi the kind and: amount of nutri -
k steps to more profits for you t .nft needed for tach fold
Soil Test,Lime,Mixed Fertilizer and and crop.
, ..,, Ni'/rogen. Don't take my word for it '
: 1 check my platform with your MY PLATFORMA
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you want aI]I aw your.field-reaching up to the sky to produce plenty of plump, well-rounded ears. That's '
the kind ypu can expect when you use DIXIE Nitrogen. .. "FERTILIZER DEALERS FOR THE :a
Above ore those big ears of corn. Lots of'em. ThatY what DIXIE Nitrogen can-and will-do for you. J '
Now I wouldn't be the Southern gentleman I am without mentioning cotton. How would you like to see BIGGEST YIELD BOOSTING MONEYMAKING '1' '
your cotton fields filled with bolls like those on the right? You can If you'll use the right amounts of DIXIE ,
Nitrogen. When you vote for DIXIE Nitrogen your pocketbook always wins. RALLY-IN FARM HISTORY

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:'s An Open Letter To My Many Friends : s ,

Dear Friends: : ?

: Since I was'born in Dixieland over three years ago, it has always been my desire to meet and : 3. ; \
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'serve every single family in this great farming area.To,call on each of you individually, of course '\ .'f' i.' jj( :
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is a big l job. It ;is for this reason that I use This fine newspaper to tell you about myself. I am a .. f' :

.' candidate(for election as your favorite nitrogen.Thousands of your friends already know that I can

:_: make yey more money; grow,bigger t yields. and save you work.' To win this election, however :

/1 must have your full support. 1 Ir believe that, as your next door neighbor (Made in Dixie -For : 1 .

: Dixie Farmers), I know your farming needs best and I guarantee you to fight for "A Bigger Yield : .wS ;;:
.., From Every Field" if You'lI just use me as recommended. I,believe that 1 am your best and most : ,

: '. prdfifable. source of'solid nitrogen. I promise your crop a fast start. and hard-working grow : t." "t I / ,

f power.right Xrp to harvest.,. if, you'll elect me as your favorite; nitrogen. Your pocketbook will I l be ., ,.,.., 'r '
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record speaks for itself. For the past several years I have served thousands of farmers throughout Dixie by providing them with a dependable fow cost source of

nitrogen:- that's Made In Dixie For Dixie Farmers. I'm proud of the fact that1've always served my constituents with double barreled grow power. Barrel #1 starts crops
fast and gives them.the boost they need to head for big yields. Barrel #2 gives them plenty of grow power right l up to harvest.

'Remember you, always save money when you buy nitrogen on the basis of cost per pound of actual nitrogen. See your fertilizer dealer- today and compare the cost
per pound of actual nitrogen in DIXIE Nitrogen with the cost per pound of actual nitrogen 'in soda or 20.5% material.) When you do. you'll mar your ballot for DIXIE
Nitrogen and your pocketbook'will win.


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i'" r Friends, I as your
r_ k'd ;, candidate for Nitrogen, I told you
t : 4 that I would always be a Double k\ .
:- t Barreled straight shooter." (" .
.S--q ti Now; 1 Cm going to prove it. DIXIE I .1 .
# Ik.rcomm.nd'
S s ax r K.y to'M Cli.
' l'c' ', k Nitrogen is your best source of so I.d'I od rot... Ivy on bail of cost
r % 4 5 nitrogen.. and f It can really save p.r-pound of actual nitrogen.
you money, make bigger yields,
a and help you make more money.
Sr BUT-and this Is very important to ':" .
Heart of the fertility program
5- p4 you your crops and your Pocket U.. recommended raits and -
'. I : book .even DIXIE Nitrogen can't grodes.
do all of these wonderful things
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alone DIXIE must have backing and C.: 1

,t s 4 ..,, support...the kind of backing and u",. and continvo by toil to t.t-be-ra",,. osleCOlnl'lMnCled
: support that only a well-rounded caw*, normal crop removal
UacrwM. and .ration isoil ;
';". fertility program can give It. for 90%to 95%of toil oddity.
'-' SorI I strongly urge you to give t.. I'J/.rI' ; ... ...,, ',::.;.
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consideration each of the four .
TKo foundation tf p. "I v.aft
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M steps more profits you ) tritnts RMdtd for toch fold
-, Soil Test,I/me Mixed Fertilizer and and crop '
Nitrogen. Don't take my word for it
: ? r / i check my platform with your MY PLATFORM.
..,, county agent and farmer friends. .
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you wont of.!,'sytr'your JeW- reachIng.up to the'iky to prOduce plenty of plump, well-rounded ears. 's., -
the kind you can expect when-you use DIXIE Nitrogen. FERTILIZER DEALERS FOR THE .
Above ore :ttoe* &g ears of com. Lots of 'em.That's what DIXIE Nitrogen can-and will-do for you. f .-
Now I wouldn't be the Southern gentlemen I am without mentioning cotton. How would you like to see BIGGEST YIELD BOOSTING MONEYMAKING '1: '
your cotton fields filled with bolls tike those on the right? You can If you'll use the right amounts of DIXIE ,
Nitrogen. When you vote for DIXIE Nitrogen your pocketbook always wins. RALLY-IN FARM HISTORY

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It you plan to run an ad In ot! "
last Issue before the May"3 primar;
kindly let us have your copy 1 II:
cur office NO LATER THAN MOJ.
DAY, APRIL 25, at 5:00 p. m. "
Ads containing Mst-mhw!
I charges, violation of election la'regulations \\
: or which reflect on tli .
integrity character, and reputatio
I of opponents or which this newspaper .,
: considers to be in poor last ,
will ,not be accepted for publicatioi
4 We believe our readers and at 4. q I jA
candidates will appreciate these
strict standards of fairness.
Sincerely, :
Managing Editor.

Giant Jumbo Hamburgers 111
6-in bun 40c.WHITE .
L CANTEY, long-time shad
I tobacco grower, who died Sunda;; I

at the age of 93. THE CIRCUIT COURT," 3n

Mr F. L. Cantey Passe IN CHANCERY.

Henry Paul Sevor, Plaintiffvs.
Mr F L Cantey, age 93, one or Bobbie J Watson Sevor, Defendant' i 'fI'
best known and beloved ,citizens __
our TO: Bobbie J Watson Sever, .. .. _
died'Sunday about 1:30 p mat dente and address unknown. ---9--- "
MADISON FOLKS AT AREA FPC arc Mr and Mrs BoweD Edwards, lies from this area attended the
:Madison 'County Memorial Hospital DIVORCEYou (
MEETINGTwo Mr and Mrs DanIel Griffin Mr I II .meeting. Mr Clapp complimented
after an extended illness. He are hereby notified that aBU and Richard H "Dick" Simpson the for the
local Florida Power couples I Clapp employees job they are
was born in Gadsden County, Fb of Complaint for Divorce arc shown at the employee family I prominent North Florida farm doing for the company and also for .
and moved to Decatur Co.Ga, in 190! been filed against you,, and you arerequired night conducted In the Madison er and governmental leader who i their outstanding contributions as. ,.'.
where he lived until 1923. He then Answer to serve a to copy the Bill)'our of -uman'. Club recently by W J recently was made a director of good citizens In the communities
moved to Madison with his family or Pleading Clapp FPC president and other Florida Power Corporation. Some where they serve.
Plaintiff .
and was engaged in the tobacco omplalnt: on the company officials. Left to right 150 FPC employees and 'their famJ- .;.J
torney R E Cowart whose address
business here for many years tin is Madison, Florida, and file the 12. here Sunday.Mr .
i Senior Class,
til t his retirement in the R D Davis and PlajrMY
nriginai answer or Pleading HANSON NEWSA Mr.and Mrs E R Barnes and son and Mrs
Mr Cantey was the oldest mem )office of the Clerk of the Circuit Bobby of mericus, Ga spent Monday family visited relatives at Branford SISTER EILEEN [
ber of Orion Masonic Lodge No 8 Court: In and for Madison County, Sunrise Ser1ceas held on
here with Rev and Mrs E L Sunday. IHS AUDITORIUM
of Bainbridge, Ga and was for Florida on or before the 23rd day of .
prior to his passing an Hay A. D. 1960. 1f'OU fail the church grounds Sunday mornng Gurr and family. : Hanson Methodist church had an FRIDAY, APRIL 22. 8 P. M.. ,
many years
at Pine Grove. A large number I Admission 50 and 75G-
will hunt and family night Satur :
Elder in the Madison Presbyterian to do so. Decree Pro Confesso Mr and Mrs Delbert Williamsonand egg
Church. Mrs Cantey preceded be entered against! you for the relief attended the 11 o'clock service. two children of Eau-Gallie day evening.Mr .
him in death by a number of years. temanded in the Bill of ComplaintThe One new member came into the spent the week end here with Mr and Mrs Joe Fenn and family CANDIDATES-Don' ,too ,
here church by profession faith for
Surylvors include three daughters, and Mrs B F'Davis. I of Clyattville were supper conservative about proclatmrngyour :
Mrs J D Gainey of Birmingham, by designated as shall the newspaper in baptism An egg hunt and a picnic Friends of Messrs Jimmy Adams guests of Rev and Mrs E L Gun virtues in an E-R ad. Remember *
whIch said order be published lunch were enjoyed at the noon .
Ala, and Mrs Bruce M Bryan and I nee a week for four consecutive K>ttT.Several. and Jerry Herring are glad to see Friday ni ht. your opponents are-
Mrs R S Williams Jr of Madison; I'eeks. of the young ladles ofPine them home from the hospital after Mr Vernon Adams and family not likely to say many; good

six sons, C B Cantey of Dothan, Witness my hand and official seal Grove met in the home of appendix operations. i had his parents from Augusta, things about you.
Ala. J. S. Cantey,. of Havana, this 20th day of April. A. D. 1960. Mrs Hoyt Walnwxight Thursday Mr, and Mrs: Ted Gibson! and Ga visiting them two days last
Fia, B W Cantey of Savannah, DALE M. LESLIE, Clerk Or- 8. .Rev :.Butler Horton Sr
May ,
night .4and < and C W, .Frank-S, andrPSCantey I ult CourLr --' T t'SE"AL Circle. Next meeting will be In the and baby of Tallahassee Revival meeting will begin at will do the preaching. Everybody

all of Madison; 16. grandchildren ( By), Jeannette T Leslie D. C home of Mrs Glendyle Odom May. visited :Mr and Mrs E T Gibson Pine' Grove Sunday May 1 through Welcome .
and 22 great-grandchildren.

Services were held at 4 p m
Monday in the chapel of the T J
Beggs Jr Funeral Home with the PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT .
Rev Joe Conyers of Havana, and .j"

the 'Rev J C Moore Jr of Madison : ; .
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officiating Mr Waller Whitlock, .i. : We Endorse : -

organist rendered The Old Rugged r
Cross" for meditation music. ..
Grandsons were the active pallbearers ... I \ "

Presbyterian, and elders Church of the served Madison as : .,:. ;.i. ."W.-R;( BUSTER) : '

honorary pallbearers. j.'. .
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Sunday May lit a Singing ConTention ,
will be held, at the. Macedonia '
Baptist Church near'LeeTFla.; .CandidateFor Commissioner"AGRICULTURE fl.
The program will begin at 10:30 f' f' la the mo rig"'and'conUi )after ; .
lunch into the afternoon:' It will : ..* *, r'
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Include special music and. group '" I' ': ;' 4:', : if

singing. : .. :'.,:''...'....;.:: -, ),..;,
Lunch will be served at noon .. ..,.- .'" r ,*"': "',' ,'"..'' '. ;)
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on the church grounds. Ladies are .* tr. t. "
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entertainthe k ,
requested to prepare to .' : .

Everyone visitors. and all churches are : : : 'i -'I, Q; '. : i "'.':. tit ;
Invited to come. .... : i;; .
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O A HENDERSON, Assistant a I r4 r-t 7ni

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exhaust system free! Successful Farmer, Business Man, Educated \ .

Muffler and tail pipeinstalled i i in*Florida Schools, B. S. in Agriculture, U. of-fl !' .' : 1' r

for only Florida, Marine Veteran, Family Man, Long i ., ', i')4

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Hancock was born July 27t 1917 at Pinetta, Fto. and \& :: '(';,
SERVICE STATION married to the former Lwttte McLeod, from AuciHa, Fia. r .'

HU 3-6601 MADISON FLA. They have three soos! aad a daughter. Although born In ; "'"
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d For Qu tty FnkoreFRICIDAIRE .: In the town of iladfeon, as his family moved to Aucilla .' r, 1>

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Richard H "Dick" Simpson prom)-, 1935 to 1944, is well known throughout
ncnt Monticello farmer and civic,, the state for his governmental
loader, was elected to the board of and civic activities. He is a graduateof
directors of Florida Power Corpora the University of Florida.A .
tlon at the annual stockholders member of the Florida Legislature
meeting in St. Petersburg March from 1939 through 1951, he
31, FPC President J Clapp has was speaker of the House in 1943<< ,
announced. and served as chairman of many
Also elected to the board were important committees lie was named
two senior vice presidents of the most valuable member of the House i
utility, J Shirley Gracy and H K in, 1945, '1947, and 1951.
WcKean, both of whom have many He served as chairman of the
)'mrI' experience as executives of Florida State Road Board under
FPC. Governor McCarty and was appointed -
In announcing Mr Simpson's election to the Turnpike Authorityand Your Guardian Angel
to the FPC Board Mr Clapp State Road Board "oy Governor
said "We are proud and happy to Collins
add a man of Dick Simpson's character Currently president of the Jeffer

and business qualifications to son County Chamber of Commerce : ; .
All Floiida Board of lrectors. Florida 'ii frT :
our Simpson is a past governor of TUSSYDEODORANTS
Our sincere desire Is to continue to Kiwanis and past president of
serve our customers throughout 31 the Monticello club. He is a former
counties including North Florida, chairman of the American Red Cross
with the best possible electric Mr- Chapter in MontJcello and part
vice. Having him on our board to president of the Florida Seedsmen' j
help make policies for serving"the Association and the Southeastern

fastest-growing state in the nation Pecan Growers Association.He LigTtCK r ,
will benefit us all" 4 i "
Simpson, who resides in Monti i! Is married to the former Miss dFv iJj' I

cello where he was mayor from{I Dorothy Conrad of DeLand. KODOR
Now for limited tune favorite' I
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J kind of Guardian Angel"at just half the regular price\ I

s :: A very special bargain because nothing guards your
"CANDIDATES Election Day S* S daintiness, your clothes, your skin as earnestly as

?4 ,. ,:. .. Tussy Deodorants. Stock up.'or..the summer, today I.

is Almost Here! Don't forget Rr

to give the Voters Your Last .,,I ODOR.Tussy. 1
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E-R AD. Don't let .
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purchase your Power- District Three-Madison' County For limited time only I

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Mower Western\ Auto .

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CANDIDATES-Don't be too -== =-, ._. .. o'
,._ conservative about proclaiming ;I I ELECTION MANAGERS J A Miller, Mrs George Wheeler, OUR FRATERNAL I II
Candidates PanhandlingVoters
your virtues in an E-R ad. Re- Mr Eloise Reams, Mrs Hazel Al-I
o can't shake you down ford Lamar Patrick. Gerald Bishop. LIFE PROTECTION
r member your opponents are PRECLNCT NO. 5-A GREENVILLE
when you talk to 'cm in an E-R .
:not likely to say many good i DAY
Ad. C II Branncn. Clerk. Rev J T
thIngs about you. FirstPrimaryPRECINCT Maddox., Mrs Mildred Wood, Mrs !


a If you want customers every DAY C Cartmill, Clerk. Charles Cash, '
MY SISTER EILEEN D H Hays, Clerk. Frances: Sanders, -Mrs
week in your store, tell 'e m: a Leon Suggs, A D Reams Jr.
jUtS AUDITORIUM Mrs. Lots Raines Gertrpde.Bumette. Lawton Burnett: Mrs Ceo. Bowers,
about it in an E-R tad' every *
FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 8 P. M., j 'I* .* v, 1t' *. NIGHT Luther Taylor Mrs Clarence Aix,
Admission: 50 and 75c week. E P Sanders Jr, Clerk. Arthur drcws.PRECINCT. ;.
.. Owens J V Cason, Jr, and Joe Na 6 HAMBURG
Johnson. THE FAMILY FRAT RNrrv' ..
DAYLewis ,,-otltr/O+
PRECINCT. NO. I-A MADISON Gaston, Clerk. Norman
t r DAY' Newman, Vernon McHargue, W II { )WOODMENOFTHEWORLD
J T Scruggs, Clerk. Mrs Joe Cason. ,
Dcvan. Evamae Coffee Georgia Ed- NIGHT LIFE INSURANCE SOCIETY
wards. Randell Gastoo., ,Clerk Albert J \' omggi_1IM faflVMBStettJ Omaha.Ntbrtk_ _
"I' NIGHT Waldrep Gerald Norris 'Albert f LET US ELECT -
Roy Wainwrlght, CJeriu C J lins;'Elmer Hare! .Charles E Quick; NO. 7'dH RRY LAh EDWIN L. (Eddie) FLOWERS
E-R Prints
DAY' < Sam Sale, Clerk. Jc Jarv,' The FOR COUNTY JUDGEPaid !
Bill Russell Clerk. Myrtke Ilam-
Juanita Burnett
Theda Sapp ( political Adv't)
rick. Mrs C C Matheny. Kathleen NIGHT Everythingexcept

Hugbcy. Jade Johns. clerk Rayford Ever

Cordon NIGHT ett. Kinch Waldrep George Burnett, Candidates r r I II
Williams Clerk. W B .
Seals, Jim Bunting, Henry W Reams. Sr.FREONCT Na 8 PlNETTAikDAY
.. DAY .. Rowe Ckrk.* Joe elflNGS
Rev A M I A
::,.,... Isham Harris Clerk. EloIse Wade Buchanan Mrs Burton Coody Mrs
Mrs Graham Wheeler, Mrs Lester

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Jack Wade. Clerk Shelton M C Hening- Clerk. John Hadden.
F r Sam Brceden, Buster Christ* Arthur Cruce, Carl Smith. \ ; ,
PRECINCT DAY NO. 3 LEE Eddie Sever, Clerk W IF Sever, I I

I R M Moore Clerk C C Branncn. Mrs Barbara. Aman Miss Doris I: ,
"I John Hate C E Donaldson Jean Bailey.FREdNCT
t.I"" NIGHT George Rykard.. Clerk. Howard I I I
Bob Searcy, Clerk.
Talmadge Williams Hughey. Mrs Russell Martin Mrs bolita tickets and
Edgar Barrs. J T Kent. Frank Loper. 1J
,'" Homer Bailey. clerk Mrs Pauline AND NIGHT Money! J
pC E Dasher :Mrs Nathlyn dements. L A Alderman, Clerk.: Dalton

Frank Zuten.PRECINCT Mercer, Norman Woodard. Hugh /,
DAYF NO. 12 VTNQUEPINDAY Give the Voters your Sales Ptteh
r.ill'" C Cone. Clerk. Rev Harold AND NIGHT clerks for the' first primary to beheld In an inexpensive E-R ad. Don't
3, 1960. end in the bottom spot on election -
Johnston Mrs Dryden. Clerk EbonMyers May up
CANDIDATES Edwin Wells, Mrs QuInton.
-Young Voters can rend our ad too. Rona Lewis 0 L Webb, Matthew Wil DALE M. LESLIE, Clerk Board night Can The E-R today
,Give' everybody your PITCH for a VOTE between 1NO\V County CommissJoners Madison I and say Write an Ad for .
NIGHT liamson.The '
;and the ELECTION, an E-R ADI' i? ( ; Millie Pfckle, Clerk Gcne'Stroud.. *' above are managers ands County, Florida. M-2t wm 'Uhf. ., ;
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    1 REV. WV. H. LOVETT s.ct...,.. fornwfFUrtf. .- Third Judicial Circuit
    EVANGELIST I.. We .. .. ,
    j i.
    are I. I
    U.atM Ita MIIw': f'' I \ : ___ j;
    : ,
    services .
    Spring revival wilL be- .. S. Df r*. bt f" -
    gin Sunday April 24 and continue' u. .i ru. for Major Appliances.
    through May ,1 ? at the Concord Mcrfft V.,.,.. There are two time tested-.maxims regarding the great strength and value of.exgerienceJn
    Baptist Church "'et, Lovett, Florida. a ,.."Mu the affairs and activities of life. One of these maxims is, "What people
    .... .,......... WESTERN AUTO -
    ncwI wrkeM
    Services will be at night only, other is "One of the best
    ...... ri..ltew .. learn IflTihe school of experience, they never forget. The .
    at 7:30 p. m. ; lights for our pathway can come from the Lamp of Experience/ To use an old tune
    will be wal&iSJLtPiB
    The. visiting evangelist
    Rev W H -"Wimpy Lovett. Pastor i'tiB TnJMiiittt IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. 3rt!I expression, I have had a "world of experience"Jn the administration of court business.
    of the New Hope Baptist ChurchIn JUDICIAL.CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA ,, I have presided at scores and scores of jury trials in which I was called upon to
    Marianna, Florida. Rev. Lovett IN AND FOR MADISON COUNT, adjudicate hundreds of objections, motions and petitions of various kinds, and I have
    Is married and father of four child BUCKEYE{ OPENHSEPLANNED IN CII NCIItY. prepared and delivered to trial juries charges as to the law in both civil and criminal
    ren. He has pastored numerous Son Jinks, Plaintiff cases involving the multitude of questions and matters which come within the wide
    churches in Florida and -Georgia and v:. jurisdiction of the Circuit Court. On the chancery side of the Circuit I have heard
    studied at the Baptist Bible Institute j jnt Eddie Lee Jones Jinks Defendant literally hundreds of cases and passed upon hundreds of procedural matters connected
    e! Graceville Flau, and Norman DIVORCETO and have entered hundred of Orders and ,Decrees. In this particularwork
    College Park. Ga. ladle Lee Jinks, who ,
    'y. Norman : Jones
    the testimony and arguments and it is his sole responsibility
    at7:3G the Circuit Judge
    .t Song service begins promptly address is unknown.
    .. *
    Oh the law side of the Court the Court,
    r ". 'p. m.Everyone. You are hereby notified that ;a to decide all such matters himself. ,
    is cordially invited to HILL TOURS SLATED ... Complaint for Divorce ha has the assistance of juries who render verdicts-, and the Court enters judgment

    t'. attend.VIRGIL OURJNG OPERATION been filed against you, and yod an in accordance therewith. ,
    LOVETT, Pastor r required to serve a copy of you' In court work a Judge is surrounded by contention and controversy between
    (AdVOGOBYKHUS The Buckeye Cellulose. Corpora.' Answer or Pleading to the Coo litigants and their lawyers, and other persons who may be interested in ,the outcomeof
    Ion will hold a two-day "Open plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney; a case one way or the other. The Court must deal with all the pent ,up emotionsof
    House" April 29 and 30 with all Ernest M Page Jr whose addres.s who attend court sessions
    ) J'Jt in before the Court All of the people
    .. :- t ,/ -<: MadIson Florida and file the
    < residents of this Invited
    area to and all the hundreds of citizens who have served as jurors,
    as spectators,
    original In the
    \kit the mllLTours answer or Pleading
    are slated for 1 office of the Clerk of the Orculi and with whom I have been associated in the administration of court business know
    through 6 p. m. Friday April p. In.29 Court In and for Madison County, the above to be a fact and they also know whether or not I. have tried to meet all ,

    FOR YOUR WATCH REPAIRING tnd 9 a. m. through 6 p. nx; Satur Florida on or before the 7th day such circumstances with calmness patience and common sense and an understandingof
    lay, April 30. of May A D 1960. If you fall human nature and its impulses and sympathetic consideration for the stress

    Courteous Service G A Tougas, Buckeye Manageof r to do soy Decree Pro Confesso will] and strain which the people involved were under.I .
    ,.- Outstanding values, Florida Operations, said "Sine be"> entered against you for the re- have never been "much of a hand" to give much substance, if any, to technicalities
    Come In and See Us tve have made r 1st demanded in the Complaint.
    many changes and It has always been view that cases should be decided on their
    of the law. my
    KELLY'S REPAIR SHOP expansions in the few The Enterprise-Recorder is hereby
    pan yean investigation has been made into the facts and the
    fair and impartial
    MADISON merits after
    \ve are anxious for aU our friend designated[ as the newspaper In a of
    and technical rules get in the way doing
    -- to ,rhich said order actual law of the case. When formalities -
    visit shall be
    us published
    -again, or for the fin
    'm.. >fl' -- tine." nee week for fnur(4) consecutiveeeks. justice, it is my idea that the formalities and technicalities should not be allowed to
    "1 hope everyone will take this \ :. obstruct the doing of justice, and they should be ignored and justice done on the
    announcement as their special InvJtation Witness my hand and official seal actual merits of a case as far as it is humanly possible to do so.
    ," Mr Tougas said. "As at his 5th day of April A. D. 1960. I am deeply grateful for the many expressions of friendly good will which
    our first open house, we are not DALE M. LESLIE have come to me from many people throughout the Circuit, and I' hope the people of
    sending written Sn\1tat1ons-c1nce Clerk Circuit Court. confidence and
    r Continuance of their
    clear to grant a
    rl everyone is invited-and we don'i (COPY (SEAL) the Circuit can see way
    of candidacy for.
    their help my
    favor with the benefit of good
    t want to leave anyone out By Jane W. Baker. D. C. i me
    rii.t Buckeye has doubled Its capacity 32.4t-pd-E P as one of their Circuit Judges. .

    In the past six years and .actually .
    has two mills running 'sl lH>y-slde .> KITCHEN CABINETS .... .' ,
    at Foley. Both mills will be In full Your friend, 1
    operation during. both tour days .> COUNTER TOPS I" '

    and visitors will be able to see the .> G-E APPLIANCES HalW.AilamsPaid )
    "modern miracle" of making high-
    quality chemical pulp from pnes! "

    and hardwoods. Political Advertisement authorized by Campaign Treasurer)
    PLANNED TOURS, ( -, ; J

    Buckeye employees are being .,. r _
    trained as special tour guides- so .
    that visitors will be able to see and
    learn as much as possible 'about aheaP ink.: : '
    the production of cellulose. Tours Tjears :
    will begin at short, regular Invats ? /
    and no one should have towait : "

    .t h Refreshments to go on a will tour. be served at tflTath Tflhy Forct is far ahead in sales !: # .

    the end of each tour, and every : ,
    receive thousands of people Galaxie gives them-In look and In.
    person touring 'The "bug" bites '
    11Y FAVORITE CANDIDATES denied to all but
    deed-an elegance 4
    a souvenir in appreciation for visiting eYery week
    ADVERTISE IN THE Buckeye They've been drMn nighpricedcart costlier ears.
    ENTERPRISE RECORDER! A nursery, under the direction of year after year. But suddenly And Galaxie gIve. them all this for
    will be they sprout out In 1960 Ford Galaxies far less than what the)'.e patd in the
    a registered up
    THE PHONE NUMBER (OF nurse as punch.They're value!
    for children under school age while t. pleased and proud past plus a high resale
    Galaxie because
    i THE E-lif IS HU 3-6361.I their parents tour the mllL Schoolchildren r they want' switching that years-ahead to ThunderAnd these selfsame values are '
    t CALL 'EM NOW TO RESERVE .: up to age 13 should be bird took, with a glamour and grace crafted into every car we sell-from
    accompanied through the mill bytheir thin.Thunderbird to new Ford Falcon
    SPACE IN NEX1WEEK'S that won't ever wear
    parents of another adult. Galaxie because Come let us prove ittThey're .
    going for
    "A special forestry truck loadIng v r
    and unloading demonstration
    will be In operation and should
    l>e one of the most Interesting parts
    CAR RACES of the tour." Mr Tougas said.
    "In this operation. a special hIgh. fG
    .-- .- speed loader will be used to loada x! ,
    THUNDERBOWlSPEEDWAY truck and ourmonster." which ---
    can unload a tame truck with one
    bite, will do the unloading. ," he 1
    added -
    Many other displays win be shownat
    d T J
    the end of each tow shoves i... __ -ThWf---F'
    EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT: .. some of the many products made ,
    (Weather Permitting)' from Buckeye cellulose.CANDIDATESDon't-

    be tea.conservative :
    Time Trials. 6:30 PM:
    about proclaiming
    First Race 8:00 PM
    "DUr virtues in an E-R ad. Re. tulO'c1Cgnntbcst1sg '

    .. ADMISSION $lZ member -your opponents are byFORD,

    ''.(Children Under 12 Admitted Free) I I not likely to say many good .Y ".N,"" tfwM ? ix J I Ir
    things. about you. !! ,... ...... t; fAtGS- .".....r.i4 .
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    For.QiayFRIGIDAIRE Furniture *t Ss MOTOR CO.Cmcr 11

    Turn left 5 miles north of YaldosU APPLIN'CESE'LOOR ; HARDEE ....... j
    at Mineola, take right turns for 4
    miles to the COVERING T-Vs SEE ,
    J 1tSMemJ ,
    wEisRIrEcoMADISG Bale Hactck: Sireals! MafeM, Bad I
    .1 : w See Ford Starter in Living Color Tuesdays on NBC TV -
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