The Madison enterprise-recorder

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The Madison enterprise-recorder
Alternate title:
Madison enterprise recorder
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Place of Publication:
Madison Fla
T.C. Merchant
Creation Date:
April 29, 1960
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Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note:
Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.

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I em BILL MACK HENDRY. a I am asking you once more to TO THE VOTERS OF MADISON I am 34 years of age served two
candidate for your Sheriffs officeI elect me. F T (TEBO) WEBB COUNTY* a hitches in U S Navy during World
earnestly solicit )'OUr'Ote and your County Commissioner. Dis- ON MAY 3rd you are going to War II and Korean conflict a .
: ctI support rm a native of this county trkt 5, before you vote on May 3. the polls and will elect a man to service-connected disabled war .
N My wife and I have one daughter, This will be my last opportunityto represent you in the Legislaturefor veteran, and make my living farming -
To the Democratic Voters Of Madison 13 -years of aee. We are- Baalists. reach ethroud1 the paper. the coming- term. I want to be and selling automobiles. I feel
County. rm a veteran of World War Ii-i I would appreciate your considering MY FRIENDS- THAT MAN. I feel that I am fully that I am qualified to serve you
I have served you the people of. was awarded 7 battle stars, a Good me for this office Again I want to thank each of qualified and if elected I will try a& your State Representative.
Madison County to the best of my Conduct :Medal and an honorable I don't belong to so many other you for your wonderful encouragement to give MADISON COUNTY the GEORGE W JEWELL, JR. Is obligated -
ability in an Economical Courteousand discharge. We lire and operate our activities that wouldn't have timeto your courtesies and your type REPRESENTATION that it to no one-therefore I can
used car business in Madison.If deserves. all of Madison unselfishly
Christian like manner. I am serve you. kindness. I shall "never forget you serve County
asking for re-election to this im elected I promise to better your There are NO BIG PEOPLE in for any of them. I abo want to I have laid my heart open to and without special favors to
portant office on the following Sheriffs Department by offering a our county. They ARE ALL THE take this means to express my regrets you answered all of your questions anyone.I .
grounds: proven effective Youth Program, SAME TO ME. for having missed some of given you my qualifications and have tried to see everybody
W Illingness to do the Task Junior Deputy's League, an adequate I guarantee if you elect me, F T you; however, we still have some told you of my sincere desire to but it- was Impossible to contact
7 n favor of keeping Taxes under set of books which will meet (TEBO) WEBB your County Commissioner time left, and I certainly shall try serve Madison County. everyone. Please take this as my
ControlL the requirement of your State!,] for District 5. that I will every means possible to see each I would be forever grateful to personal request for your vote and'
oyalty to the Trust INVESTEDin Auditing Department courteous and I see to it that each Madison Countian of )'OU. If I fail please do not let you If you, will vote for and electA. support. on May 3.
me'" qualified personnel honest; efficient, gets the same fair and hones this keep you from voting for L. (ROOSTER) LEGGETT JR, Sincerely your friend
B usiness 'expcrienci courteous and impartial law enforcement rtatment EDWIN L (EDDIE) FLOWERSfor your Representative from 'Madison GEORGE W. JEWELL. JR.
; Sincerely County Judge.I County. BE A ROOSTER BOOSTERand (Paid Political Adv't.) .
U nity for the>,;; ? County I your
I R esponslbilitjy Madisoj CWiiJf( 4 for a Mter .Madison County in (Paid Political Adv't) experience, the most of which A L. (ROOSTER LEGGETT. JR
which to live and rear our chlldrgn.Sincerely I (PaJd Political Adv't.
G rateful for the*Cooperation received has been here in Madison. I am ) x "Y
in office r- "' \ yours, sure'\that this experience will prove I
R esearching for robre knowledge BILL MACK HENDRYPaid j of valuable in discharging the duties
to seek Wisdom for Wiser ..Decisions .l ( ( political adv't) FeflowfCitizens of this office. Vole for and Re-elect
j, P -"""- I I pledge to you that I will be

V miring efforts on getting more T0 The Petple of Ma&sonomity single-mindedly devoted to performing GROVER C. CONE
industries in our County 1 the duties of this office in
T ruthfulness in all matters District 8 a dignified manner that will be
Have adequate Time for the. Job Madison Cewty pleasing to you, the people of County Commissioner
E duration Experience and Depend. Madison County. I will give this
ability Have no Substitute office the attention necessary for yes
present As this campaign draws near to District 3
31 oad paving where It serves the As the political campaign its success.I .
draws to close I an end may I take this opportunity fully.
most peopleF I. a wish to will always cooperate
airness to All express my heartfelt appreciationto their: to thank my many friends for with every official to the extent of Madison County Fla. 5' .kAr
loyal and
O bedience to The AlmightyR you for the many courtesies and support encourage the law. But always my obligation .... w
eady to come when Called kindnesses you have shown me in mcnt hi behalf of my candidacyfor lies with you, the people of Madison
Constable of District -
D emocracy as the only way of Life tnyc candidacy for County Commissioner aWe County.It .
District 3I realize I hare conducted a clean and will to TO THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERSOF
Your SUPPORT Is Solicited and that always be a pleasure
Your VOTE RespectedPaid have not been able to see every orderly campaign in just the same work with the youth of our county MADISON COUNTY FLORIDA:
but manner that the office of Constable: In announcing my candidacy for I Albert 0 Slstnmk. in announcing
( political adVt) voter, just the same I do want because in our young people we
you to know that I will appreciate District 8 will be fulfilled if entrusted have the most valuable asset that re-election as your County Commissioner my candidacy for reelectionfor
to my care on May 3rd. from District 3, Madison Constable District No. 5, would
your vote and support 'in the election our county can afford.I .
To Tie Vtters IfMais. next Tuesday.I May I cay again our District will always appreciate your County, I want to take this oppor- like to say to the people of DistrictS

am active, deeply interested in has begun to grow and progress constructive cT tklsm. There is so tunity to express to all of you my that I am grateful for having
.. Cewty: the welfare of the. county and have and In so doing is coming into its much to learn from eadi of you. sincere thanks for all past favors, been given the opportunity to serve
the time to give to this responsibleoffice rightful place in Madison county Only by doing this cauTVe make and at this time pledge to all the you for the past 12 years in that
the attention it should have. _activities and I pledge my continued progress and have a healthy com citizens of Madison County that I most important office. I, as most
Help me next Tuesday and I full efforts in behalf of our munity in which to live. will continue to cooperate with all of you know was born south of
When I first offered for Sheriffof promJke you I will give you the District and Madison County as a If you trust your rote into my I the Board members for the best in Greenville, in what is known as
Madison County my pledge to best service possible and make you whole toward making a better placeIn I hands I will be proud to preserveand terest of the entire county.I the Flatwood Community. I have
the voters was to do my best to which to live. have tried to all the
such a Commissioner that you care for your trust.We've see people been married for the past 26 years.I .
make you a good officer. You The utmost Cooperation will be of the however. I will not
will never' have cause to regret made the start-BE SURE county; am a member of the Florida:
the people, are the judges as to voting for extended to mil law enforcement: WE WIN Considef and"Ote for be able to do so, and hope you will Peace Officers Association. I have
whether or not I have done my, duty your Gratefully and me. sincerely agencies in Madison county if i Jam me, EDWIN L. (EDDIE) FLOWERS take this as a personal visit with you. always tried to work with any and'
In a capable and efficient manner. WILBURN T. DAVIS. elected to fill this important for your County Judge on Since I have been your Commissioner all law enforcement officers.: My
For your consideration. I submit office. : the Board hasn't raised
(Paid Political Advertisement) May 3rd. your record as a law enforcement officer
facts wblch you already know. I Your vote and continued support (Paid political adrt). taxes and would like to mention a of which: I am very proud
have helped those who are mentally is necessary and will be appreciated. tin things that have been accom- stands as an open book. I believe
ill obtain admittance to the State Sincerely pUshed by cooperation from'the If you will check the record 12
Hospital. I have delivered at all I Finer Bty JESSE L. REVELS Board' : years back you will find that District -
hours of the night messages of joy i (Paid Political Advertisement) 10 Ik Voters of We have built well over 100 No. 5 Is a better place to
and sorrow; In oases of sicknessor CudiclateFSecretarylfSta&e miles of secondary roads in the live and raise a family. I have always .
accident Old Slmmfe has always << folk People (of county and black-topped a good tried to enforce the law to
held out a helping band-I HAVE MCounty many miles especially the approaches the benefit of the people. I have
BEEN YOUR FRIEND.On & to the schools. never in my law enforcementcareer
-many occasions I have worked KstrictFIVe We constructed a new jail agriculture been dominated by or dictated -
for long, long hours, without rest.
center new hospital turned to by any person or persons.If .
who had violated I have not been able to see wish to thank the people of
to apprehend those i the old jail into a public library the people of District No. 5 see
the law. I have protected your E V -Gene" Fisher of Tallahassee every one of you in reference tomy Madison County for their kindnessesto and welfare offices. For the peoplein fit to elect me to another term as
property and your rights-I have Is a graduate of Madison High candidacy for Constable in me in the pan in allowing me Greenville we did contribute Constable. I will continue to render -
In a fearless manner enforced the School and the University of Florida District Five, bat I respectfullyask to\ serve as your Supervisor of $35.00 each month for a public the same type law enforcementas
Taw; however I have, also tempered (accounting major). His school i you to consider this little Registration. I have tried to serve library, until last year; then we cooperated I have In the past. I am not
justice with mercy. activities at the university included letter an earnest and personal request the people of Madison Countycourteously with several counties so running on a do-nothing ticket. I
the end of a basketball baseball. He for vote and in efficiently. and fairly! I
As we approach vanity and your support I we could get into the Regional fully intend at all times to enforce
hot campaign I would like to warn was a member of Sigma Chi Epsilon the election next Zue ay. and otr the basis of this record of Library Service. the Constitutional Law of the State
you of last minute malicious ru fraternity." dub. Delta Sigma I thank you mot sincerely for performance and experience I I would like to mention one :of Florida and not one I might make
mors and letters. DO NOT BE Pi. Scabbard and Blade (Militaryhonorary your many courtesies and I certainly earnestly solicit your continued sup. other tMpg. We cooperated: with the myself. L as well as my wife have
MISLED by attacks which cannot be society). wish that by your rotes port for another term. State appropriating moneys in always In the past been ready to
aoswered coming from either aide. In military service he wu Major Tuesday you will give me an opportunity The duties of the office at this the amount of 50c per person in assist those in need and will CODtJnue
I feel that my opponent will Transportation Corps, U S Army : to serve you in this Important time of the year .prevent me from the county, and the state matching to do so in the future. Your
keep this race on a high plane ,I World War n and be Is an active office irttmg out and visiting with you this so the indigent people In the vote and support in the forthcoming
KNOW THAT I WILL What'' I reservist '(23 years) (Honorary Re- I stand for clean law enforcement rsonally. much as I would like. county can receive hospital benefitsat May 3rd primaries for Albert 0
lure to say will be out in the openI serve). Gene is affiliated with the and promise fair faithful I; hope you will accept this as my state and county expense. Sntrunk for Constable District 5.
do not say anything to a' person's Methodist church. Elks. Masons !impartial and honest administration personal request for your vote and We also helped to secure the will be greatly appreciated, and
back which I cannot say to Volusia Wildlife Association Shrine of the duties of the support on May 3 for re-election site for the Junior College. rest assured I will always yoncan be
"his and Lions Club. office I offer experiencedlaw Supervisor of Registration.Very .
face. you as TOUT Upon my record I'm asking you ready to enforce the law and assist
IF YOU HONOR ME WITH Gene's Government Service: Includes enforcement service having been sincerely yours.ARTHUR the people to reelect rune and I any need. VOTE SISTRUNK MAY 3.
YOUR VOTE I WILL CONTINUE 20 years as deputy chief with the Town of Greenville In E RAGANS assure you I win continue to ALBERT O. SISTRUNK
'TO DO MY VERY BEST AS YOUR deputy and Interim tax assessor, similar work for four years. (Paid Political AdVt) serve In an honest efficient and (paid for by Albert O. Slstrunk)'
SHERIFF-THIS IS MY PLEDGE. Florida Motor Vehicle Commissioner Come on ,next Tuesday and help courteous manner to the very best
YOUR VOTE WILL BE GREAT 195355. 'LY APPRECIATED. Advertising Division State Road Department never have cause: to regret your de- Even If you lose every pre- This is your decision to make as Please Join with me in my campaign -

Sincerely, 1955-59. dston. cant, there sun Is time to get to who is the best qualified and I and carry on with Cone.
SlMttlE MOORE) Gene is married to the former Gratefully. plowing. Situation wanted trust you will examine each one's Sincerely. ,
SIHriffPald Grace Rowell of Branford. X D BISHOP a job
'I record and vote for the best man. GROVER C CONE.
< Political Adrerttoeaeat) (Paid Political Advertisement (Paid Political Advertisement ads only $tOO. E-R. I earnestly solicit your TOte and (Paid Political Advertisement).


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I 'BOATING MANor .... 1960



D H Mays, Cleric France Sanden ,' < '' -
Mrs Lois Raines, Gertrude Burnett. '

E P Sander NIGHT. Jr. Clerk. 'Arthur.

: M Owens J V Cason Jr, and Joe Curtis D. Earp

f 1 i yy Johnson.PRECINCT NO. 1-A 1IADISOSDAY v. \t. Iw

f. J D Scniggt, Cleric Mr JOe ,
4 Bcvan, Evamae Coffee**Georgia Ed- -
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F : Roy Wainwright Clerk C J Cot! ; COUNTY JUDGE

44 I lira, Elmer Halre. Charles E QuickPRECINCT .

I Bill Russell, Clerk MyrUceltam. l. Madison Florida
I rick Mrs C C )Iathen),. Kathleen County
: Hughey. j jI ,
Gordon Williams, Clerk. W I
Zeds, Jim Bunting. Henry W Reams o ,' Of Madison
To The People County -
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sa.d.M '-RooJCC 1 "/r Isham Harris Clerk Eloise Wade
Maned 1.85-4.2 MCCHANNEL Mn Graham Wheeler. Mrs Inter Dear Friends:

Register. As you )moI am now runningfor re-election as County Judge subject to the

MASTER Jack NIGHT Clerk. Shelton Williams Democratic Primaries in May. During the time that I have been your County JudgeI
had business to transact in that office.
Sam Breeden, Buster Christ have been at your service whenever you
mas. Seldom have I taken any time from the office as I have a personal desire to give

All-New 8 Transistor PRECINCT NO. 3 LEE you service when you need to see me.

Marine IInd Stamford R M Moore. Clerk.DAY C C.Brannen I have had only one purpose in mind, and that purpose is to be just, fair and
: before the court and to dispose of
John Hale C E' Donaldson. honest with every matter and every person
PRECINCT NO. 3 LEE the matter with justice and fairness based upon:the law as I see it from an unbiased
; Irelltlcllst III die NIGHT viewpoint and at the same time being courteous and polite to all 'concerned. I

{ Bob Searcy, Clerk. Tahnadge Wfl assure you that this will l continue to be my purpose if I am re-elected to this important

CAST OFF I...a new World ort llama, Edgar Barn J T Kent office-
excitement awaits PRECINCT NO. 4 MOSELEY HALL
.< t with boating the new Channel Matter you' DAY AND NIGHT I sincerely hope that I have conducted the office of County Judge in a manner
# : "-Y '. :1- 5? Two-Bander. Homer'Bailey, Clerk. Mn Pauline that meets with your approval, and if I have, I will be grateful to you for your
E Dasher Mn Nathlyn Clements vote and support in the coming Democratic Primary on May 3rd.
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I Wuttir nptfti MttrttiMlt PRECINCT NO. 5 GREENVILLEDAY Assuring you that if I am re-elected you my
I continuing to give to the people of Madison County the same efficient and courteous
t .CLUOCII..rh ..aDd with the flip of a twiteabring F C Cone, Clerk. Rev Harold service as I have given in the past, I am
=:::....dIt -_ in all your favorite music Johnston, ,Mn Edwin Wells, Mn
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,.......C.II. and news broadcasts. Here is the Rona Lewis Sincerely yours,
=."1.l"i'... -:;.,- ideal"chi elate" for nay boat NIGHT
t.T.l..:::., -.:. lag enthuaillt. Fqr with the new Millie Pickle. Clerk. Gene Stroud. M Curtis D.
'z.::. tCbumel Muter ncUo you really J A Miller, Mrs George Wheeler Co' Earp .
J ;:.. 1 \ae rart in the excitement and .Mn Eloise Reams Mn Hazel Al- _
fun 0 boating world.So come ford. Lamar Patrick: Gerald Bishop.
. 4 aboard I..see and bear the new PRECINCT NO. 5-A GREENVILLEDAY VISITORS COMPLIMENTEDRev were Mr and Mrs Mickler, Mr and
$64.50 Channel Mailer"radio"".. "for* .roar* ''m and Mrs B M Montgomeryof Mrs J P Morrow, Mr and Mrs
aeJL C H Brannen. Clerk. Her J T
Winter Park weekend guests Ben S WarlnKA Mr and Mrs Pat
Maddox Mn Mildred Wood, )Irs'
of Mr and Mrs Fred Mickler Milliner. 1Ir.I. Mrs A H Armstrong
W R Blgby. NIGHT GO BY KELLY'SFOR were guests of the Sewing Club, and T and Mrs V M

/ 'J C Cartmill, Clerk Charles Cash.Leon YOUR WATCH REPAIRING of which Mrs Montgomery was a FoTsom. "- %.f *"*" ..
WAY WEGER Sugs, A D Reams Jr. )Irs former member and their husbandsat The patio and lawn were beautifully
N9W. Lawton Burnett Mn Ceo.! Boxers, Courteous rvtceOutstanding an out-door supper party Fri lighted and made a lovely

...." Luther Taylor, Mn Clarence Andrews. Values day evening at the Lakeside home seeting for the party. The menu
'kF... Come In and See Us of Mr and Mrs J J Sale Jr. consisted of fried fish, salads.
Hosts with Mr and Mrs Sale cake, coffee and Iced tea.

Lewis Gaston, Clerk Norman MADISON
S'cwraan, Vernon McllaV II

-- Cason. Your House
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Gaiton," Clerk. Albert
S [ a so County Singing IValdrep, Gerald Norris Albert Jean Balky.FREQNCr. may be haunted
Klnsey. NO. 10 HDCTOWN the dangers of '

DAY George Rykard. Clerk. Howard UNDERIN.5URANCE-
Sam Sale, Clerk. J C Jarvis Hughey. Mrs Russell Martin. Mrs
MacedoniaSunday John Frank
''I Fheda Sapp, Juanita: Burnett Lopcr. /
May lt a Singing Con-
Jack Johns, Clerk Rayford Ever- AND NIGHT
\'mUon111 be held at the Mac*.
sit KJnch Waldrep George Burnett L A Alderman, Clerk. Dalton
I Baptist Church near Lee Fla. According to experts as many as 7 out or to nousenoioers are
I Li, The program will begin at 10:30 5r.PRECINCT PINETTA Mercer, Norman Woodard, Hugh. in this ghastly predicament. Their present insurance isn't
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in the morning and continue after Williams. enough to cover the full value of their property if it were destroyed -
: lunch into the afternoon. Itill DAY PRECINCT NO. 12 WINQUEPINDAY by fire or other disaster. Make sure you have all the
4 tw ,\ Include special muiic and It'OUPI Rev AI Rowe, Clerk. Joe AND NIGHT protection you need.Call us for a property insurance, checkup.MORROW .
/ Buchanan Mn Burton Coody, Mn Quinton Dryden. Clerk. BsonMyers.
ei fr I Rand 0 L Webb Matthew Wfltemson. -
Lunch will be served
at noon Terry.NIGHT
i on the church Grounds. Ladies are t ti
M C Herring. Clerk. John Hadden. The above are managers and
i requested prepare to entertainthe
BURGER BASKET 50c visitor Arthur Cruce. Carl Smith. clerks for the first' primary to. beheld 3-6260'Rtpnttntlnp
3. 1960. 108 W. Pinckney. Telephone HU
I Everyone and all churches are PRECINCT NO. 9 TUTEN May
Includes French Fries and trimmings. invited to come. DAY AND NIGHT DALE M. LESLIE. Clerk Board
Curb Service. Call HU 3-6422 foiorders B C JOHNSON Pre Eddie Sever, Clerk. W II Sever. i County Commissioners Madison th*Hartford Fire Insurance Company Group&
to take out O A HENDERSON, Assistant I Mn Barbara Aman. Miss Doris)I County, Florida. 31.2t -

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,. . . . Henry Paul Sevor. Plaintiffvs. *

Giant Jumbo Hamburgers Ic -
Bobbie J Watson Sever, DefendantTO j _
G-ln. bun 40c.WHITE : Bobble J Watson Sever, residence irgT
TOP DRIVEINMrs and address unknown. {
Sam Smolcv of New York are hereb/ notified that a
was the guest of Mrs Van H B'll of Complaint for Divorce has I
Priest during the weekend. been filed against you and you are "
required to serve t copy of your : TV
I Answer or Pleading to the Bill of I II r
Let muffler aid tailpipe I complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney ] I. I
I R E Cowart whose address I
Is Madison Florida and file the ....
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check I New n. + Jl
experts your original answer or Pleading in the :
office of the Clerk of the Circuit j

emus 1 system free!. Court Florida in on and or before for Madison the 23rd County day of!' FwH PewtrPlTWfJ T,_ fJ w." $ 95

May A. D. 1960. U'O\I fail
Mfleratailpipe( to do so, Decree Pro Confesso will J -aWl'' &>"'IJJ.. EXCJ{
be entered against you for the relief:
for demanded in the Bill of Complaint.The
V} Enterprlse-Rtcorder is hereby ,
designated as the newspaper la
r"'\ 15c which said order shall be published .. ;t
once a week for four consecutiveWitness : ';
DAIISSFRViCESfA'fNIN my hand and official seal -
this 20th day of.April. A. D. I960. ; "
: DALE M. LESLIE, Clerk Or- ',
cult Court. MADISON. FLORIDA S1saHU3.6beI: ,
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Mrs Bob Lay left Wednesdayfor Mr and Mrs Byron McXally, of

SAVE! Stock Miami Beach to attend the Tampa were weekend visitors with. Even if you lose every predict -

up now State Convention of the Florida his mother Mrs T C .McNally.Club there still is time to geta
Federation' of \%Women clubs Mrs i '
uJiUt during the big May Lay, who has served as presidentof two years, will be installed I ads job only plowing.$1.00.Situation E-R.

VICKERS the Madison Junior Woman's ,as Director of District 3.

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Side Dressing Materials -NFJC_ "RIDES"-REGISTRAR CIRCUIT- HAL W. ADAMS 4! ,


NFJC CEREMONY NAMES The circuit judge has a counter-
CAMPUS DRIVES part at North Florida Junior College CIRCUIT JUDGE _

I' Campus Drives at the North In one respect-circuit riding.
I Florida Junior College were named I A J Hargrove, Registrar of the

and dedicated at the ceremony 'North Florida Junior College has Third Judicial Circuit
Sunday afternoon on the college visited the high schools In Jennings -

campus. Jasper White Springs Live
The ceremony paid tribute to the !Oak. Branford, Greenville and .

late Fred Mahan of MonticelU !Monliccllo; this past Monday he The fair and impartial administration of the law for the doing of justice as near
and to Senator W Turner Davis I visited the high schools of Perry as is humanly possible is one of the most vitally important of our governmental func-

of Madison for j(their contributions and Salem. Mr Hargrove' mission tions, and one which is absolutely necessary to the peace, well being and security of
to the college by naming the drh'esfor unlike that of the circuit Judge, the people. Without the protection of our laws, the organic rights and privileges of
them. N was to talk with 1 Interested students our people would be in grave danger and the ruthless power of the selfish and the
Dr Marshall Hamilton, Presi- about the educational opportunities greedy who have no respect for the rights of their fellow men, would be supreme and
dent of NFJC, introduced visitors I afforded at Nortn might would trample on the weak and the defenseless, and strike them down and the
and a large number of persons Instrumental -.' Florida Junior College. spirit of justice would be a fugitive from what should be its abiding place in the
in promoting and makIng On Tuesday of this week MrHargrove courtrooms of our country, and brutal strength would be the order of the day, and no
many and various contributions joined the rest of the l man would be safe from its ruthless oppression.The .

to the college. Administration and Faculty at law must be administered by human agencies and in their selection by
of Monticello North Florida Junior in
Richard Simpson College the people of those whom they commission to administer their laws, the people should
a longtime friend of Mr Mahan's welcoming the High School Seniors of necessity and for their own best interest, select only those who they know can and
paid tribute to him as a lovedto great from the Suwannee River Valleyarea will serve them best. So, it is vitally important that the people go to the polls
Floridian and a citizen who achools to the campus of and exercise their 'priceless privilege of having a Voice in the selection of those
brightness NFJC _
bring joy, beauty and of I' they desire to administer their laws. My lecord of judicial work is well known to
into the communities and lives "MY FAVORITE CANDI- The next day he was off on his all the people of our Circuit and I submit it to their fair judgment for their Verdict
people throughout the state. His DATES ADVERTISE IN THE circuit again-this time to represent thereon.
ot shrubbery and NFJC at the Fifth Annual
contributions made a drive of ENTERPRISE RECORDER. Meeting of the Florida Association I am deeply grateful'for the many expressions of friendly good will which
flowering plants have to from throughout the Circuit and I hope the people of
Monticello to Tallahassee THE PHONE NUMBER (OF of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions come me many people ,
beauty sections. E-R IS HU 3-6361. the Circuit can see their way clear to grant a continuance of their confidence and
well in other THE ) Officers in Tampa.
favor with the benefit of their and of candidacy for
The planting on NFJC campus was CALL 'EM NOW TO RE- Unlike the circuit judge of the me good help support. my reelection -
as one of their Circuit Judges.
one of his last efforts in the creation SERVE SPACE IN NEXTViEEK'2 past Mr Hargrove prefers to
of beautiful surroundings travel In his Chevrolet rather thanon .. -
Wilbur Rutherford, Chairman of EDITION/ horseback. and for obvious .d _r: Your friend,
the Board of County Commissioners reasons-hi "circuit riding" to
named the Drive from US 90( WHITE TOP DRIVE-IN visit the area high schools is never Hal W. AdamsPaid
Into the campus "The Mahan allowed to Interfere with his
Drive." Giant Jumbo Hamburgers in5in duties as Registrar of North Florida J ( Political Advertisement authorized by Campaign Treasurer) 1

Van H Priest paid a glowing bun 40c. Junior College. I
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tribute to Senator Davis for his
being Instrumental InVhe Junior

College the college program hire 1<,1.-1 "ajd"wh locationof ._ .. f PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT ;''. .' -i tffAt.:: f. .W\ "., : :
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of the North 1* -
we think l / *Sr !li: : ,
-think of Senator r : ,
College we
Junior ":
Davis" and the "Drives" as t 4 t it.e.: ; We Endorse -. I..
"Island of Dreamsto ;4:. : ; r. :.. :: ., !: ; ; I: '
leading from the :- ,...... r ,', ,
of Knowledge"Alex t.
Jungle '
the \ ', .
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representing the .. *. / i. f.
H Smith 1 .
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Commission, named the earn- .. f
City W. R ( 8 USTER) .t
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Davis B ,1'I' :"1.? ; "
Turner f' :
pus Drives the ... ,... J ... t ." '. "
Jesse Hughey, City mana- t': -- ( '' '
Drives. : : :: : ;
ger, unveiled the markers. .: :. : '
Visitors were taken on a tour of ; HANCOCK .
and were ffl OY :' ,
the campus and buildings ,.J '; .... ...r l .'.; .,J
guests of the College at Open '" :0_ : .J '.. : :I' ;.. .'...... '
House on one of the patios. ... .ie: !t..' 'J. 'f!; .
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Mrs Fred the Mahan ceremonies of MonUoeu'oattended .and also ,:i- ,: iV# ,:! : "J: As The- .., l'r ,,
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Sen S D Clarke, Mr and Mrs .: : : Only' Fully Qualified !
and Ir3"13 ,". ,
Richard Simpson. Dr .l J tI. -.:'. ;. ."",
Brlnson, Bailey Brinson and Mr w"..., r'" .'"' "" .e. -

and Mrs A N Watson of Monti- .
: Candidate For Commissionerof..A:1t .;"
Tallahassee ,
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Seniors presented the class -, ;
appreciative :.. .. AGRICULTUREt; ..... .", .

audience. a -1\'".
in the -
My Sister Eileenstaged :
of' Green .. .' :\
Bohemian atmosphere .' -1,,"' .
wich Village, was the vehicle for 'Of- ._ situations. Eileen : : r .';. '.. ;
many humorous '\ : or ./..... i- II.
Massey, and Ruth Carmen _
Ann f .
Buckhalt had come to the, city to I \ ..: ,".. 1'.I:
be an actress and writer, respectively Srijecf 11t Kay 3rd Democratic Primary I I-
Their apartment In the \ rFrv I,,.: >
blasting and drilling "
center .
.>Y' :
operations was a gathering place "" '"
so to speak of many odd personalU .
ties. Scotty Wooley was the landlord -' '. :: r-rv .

Randall. Buddy Buchanan Ragans Howard the handy-man Donald; Successful Farmer, IJus'iness Man- Educated- .... : .,

son, Eddie, Wanda Musser Williams.Charles LaVerne;Armstrong '. ',,- ; .: : in Florida Schools, B. S. in Agriculture/..of ', ;' "

Brown. Sandra Ulm, Jimmy EiL t "fJorWa Marine Veteran Family Man Long ,..;,. ;"/' : '
Plant, ;
Wayne Rutherford.Gibbs James Johnny Conway, Tommy ", ..1; i .- ..<.:........ ..

Pepera, Allen Beck. Sandy Hardce, JJ ,,"f ::: Record of Selfless Service to Florida Agriculture -.' y ': 4 ,_ .
Teena Bunker aid! :i' 4 -..:
Maury tF. \
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of the
John Mercer were others [
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Cuban Millionaire -< .
can of friends ; I"L: ,
bums, prospective Trarwellcast tenants ; Hancock was born July 27, 1917 at.-Pinetta, Fla. and is : -'
and relatives. The play t :
and all played their parts in married to the former Lucille McLeod, from Aucills,. Fla. r ;F' ,-t'-;

an excellent manner. Jj1 r ., They have three_ sons and a daughter. Although bore. in .:
; .fir
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Billy Two Sullivan young boys.also were Bill In Brown the jwwj cast: \: '" i Madison County, he has never had the pleasure of living ". t

The production was directed by in the town of Madison, as his family moved to Aucilla :> j -,

Mrs Alice Brown who, with.. >ttn when he was a small boy. i' :
Guy Morrow and Mrs Tilden Nor

ris Mrs is class Brown sponsor.was presented witha THIS ADVERTISEMENT' PAID FOR A.iD SIGNED BY: -i t:

gift by Eddie Musser ;from. .the .. .MADISON, COUNTY W. 8. (BUSTER) HANCOCK CLUB _
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MAY 18th. (streamer head) hdset I I
Polio vaccination clinics for aU Brought To You Weekly ByUH.fllNIU

people, of all ages, will be held. In

Madison County on THURSDAY, .
MAY 18th. [[
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3 TO '6 P.. M.. MAY IB. 9 4'I
ttu 3.6106
the Clinks will Jut 'all Day, MAY

18 at all doctors' office&. i J'

At the vaccination clinics, J a do- \ .. J B DAVIS, of Madison.. do you ..
nation of $1.00 a shot will be a .* **,.
FISH THIS IS TWt< MAt a .. {
asked from ell those Able to make THIS ISA art read the Fisherman's Calendar
rush a donation, but no one wW WHO WAKTS TNt FISH TOCATCH \ -rO uTCH p11* t .
be turned away if unable to afford j r -THE flSfftR MAH THe FISH Test I <. altSt1ERMAN .. .
the donation and everyone wbo f ; pMF FI5HiHG \ ( ,
comes will receive a shot of the BUYS IT ; ry ,
i THE S"'I'Od I" .
r "
Sulk vaccine/ Mrs Charles Icounty GEARWHC) THrae or COI1l'S CALINSAR' ,
chairman of the .NaUonal ; .N MOHV'
Foundation, stated. 1 Ft ''TJfE FISH ___, roa1HlWBICMAY11aUMAyartiS

more Watch details.the E-R. next week for [1 AKj ".. ..w. I1. "1''' W'JWf .... ...... "

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lAD Wt1O
4-H CONTESTS r 1 'trr fflOMnit f )J SUN MON TUE WED iHU FRI 51'7r: St NI +
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Competition was keen InAnnual the 'G4UE HE LucESn EAT 0 Tr yw 1 IIa ,.. >st ).e >r 2s
Madison County .fTrac) WHILE TRYING TO CATo& 5:38 6:24 7:11 7:57 8:44 9:32: itJ O11:12 I I

tor Driving and Electric Reading THE FISH -HE RflUYS >thW Pal PM PM PM PM PM PM PM :

Lamp contests held at the Madisoo > FOOD F OM THE EAOD .- GO -.- r "'I;
County Agricultural Center Satur. MAN WH0 THERE0V PKOPfl 'TNe t/'ck& the for Flshfng J
fish Better
,Blacker the -- Day
day. April 23rd. IN WHERE FISKECMAK THE FISH 8t14S Ig : J
THE 'i
Jimmy O'Neal edged out Jerry AGtI FROM THE GA9 ,
ilcClune for first place honors In S. MtAN$ GA> WHO Tt46Y J'tnntWt MCNEV t
the tractor driving contest. Com. Y G WEALTH r-4AF FRO M : OK TNBCirtxt
I't-nCE 'Mnu
-TO THE Ga F'!'" 'm'"ey
ing in second was McClune third, BMXMA +
Hicks and fourth, Irwin; "NP'fF1E -TAAT IS WH" -neE. s OFtT3 f' 'M"THE FISt! HOWARDjTUDSTILL
Dwight ;
Ulm. This contest consisted of a -50 YOU GAME FtcE5H WATER l ly tM PKOffTP. fF
'written test 'on tractor care and CAM FISH SeeTHE flSH COtrtMMS5)t8510H ilitf THE 14-L =

driving a tractor through a p "'- 15 I AflBCTTY WORKING TJ.W&H, k1 KTm 9TJmI TtltcJ
uV' NJtI I
.........,R T A'1't' t9 IH PIZCFm; FRM
scribed course with a trailer attaehed. CO+ &Itpe&.LOW InLpgpTrcj '

___- ____.Ttig__F.9H___TNQ_FISH_.._. .. _r {I umber company
Jerry McClune: took the first _/.:
prize in the Electric Lamp contest

with his lamp, which was inade I
1rO/fe HU 3-6106
, from a wooden salad bowl and a

Champagne bottle. Other 4-Wen

who received blue ribbons in 1 the -
lamp contest were: Jere Burt,1 GOLFERS ENTERTAIN Second primary issues arc I I SMILE next Wednesday. I Western new Auto TJo Store It Yourself Is advertising product SAVE! Stock up now

Tim Paulk. Ronnie Ginn, Bobby HUSBANDS MAY 6 13 20. RESERVE Whether you're out or in, voters I a
which Improves rugs and upholstery
Baker Reid Thomas and MlBrock. SPACE NOW while it ia avail.1 bve to see candidates smile at home with the Fast during the big May

Hammock. Carl received, Whigham red and ribbons Andrew'and The Ladies Golf Association or! able. Usual laws of libel prevail 11 I If you win, speak a good word Foamer.

diaries Colvin Michael Humpni the Madison Country Club wen please deal gently with yo.ur' about your friendly opponent;; \White Sale at-

and Louis Oliver were awarded hostesses Friday night to their friendly opponent and don't I"if you lose refrain from sticking Listen to WMAF next Wednesdayfor .

unite ribbons. husbands at a steak supper at the get us sued. Thanks. E-R. out your lip and being election results in the hot Congress I .I
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The reading lamps were Iud Country Club. The event was campaign of TEXAS BOB I
on the basis of originality, genera1 award' the prizes for the Ladies'Championship puffed up his FAITHFUL HOSS "OLD
appearance, workmanship, and use- Tournament which Mr and Mrs Elmer Fisher and I DUSTY" and SENATOR MUSHMOUT1L -
fulness. had just been completed. After son Butch spent the weekend at BACK FROM CONVENTION

dinner the pro, Jesse Watson New Smyrna Beach visiting then -a--

MAY QUEENS CHOSEN FOR awarded the following prizes: son and daughter-in-law. Mr and Mr and Mrs Benjamin Davis, ltrsV L. Horton b the guest of SCOUTS GET BADGES

ANNUAL FETE Championship Winner Mrs J W Mrs Donald Fisher. Mr and Mrs Al Fieri. Mr and Mrs Mr and Mrs Harry Reppard in Dade

Watson; Runner-up Champion Mr -x.:. I Skip itendry, Wayne Weger 11 T city this week. At the Lions'-Club meeting;
Susan McCoy, popular member Lester Register; Championship Con- Holton Jr. Joe Stafford. Ashley
in Cocoa :
Mrs J J Conway Is I : Tuesday of last -week the follow-
of the Madison High School Smlor! solatium Mrs Jade Sthoclles; Beggs, David Studstiil, Bill Stokes,
visiting her daughters family, Dr ing Boy Scouts f received badges: \
class, has been elected Queen of Runner-up Consolation, ,Mrs John I. Pete Welk, J B Davis Jr andCharles
and Mrs N Jordan Akridgearechildren. The Time Is Now! To Bill ComeliuMLfrst class badge-
the 1960 Madison May Day Fete. McKenzie; First Flight jWmncr, Mrs Akzidge"areon Quick attended the annual i
Dr and _adge.
and has chosen as heV"escort and Mrs Joe Bevan; RunncrAip: First Jaycees Convention in Miami four andtsch1a
trip to Nassau at present. Bin Pfeil, 'first class badge andsbugling
king. Johnny Plant. Miss McCoy 11 Plight-Mrs W C Sullivan; First days last week They returned I purchase your Power-
merit badge.
the daughter of Mrs Dorothy McCoy Flight Cor olaUon-tn Ed Musser; home Monday night. I

of Cherry Lake. Miss Robbie Runner-up-First Flight-Mr Gordon Tell 'em you saw it ia Ben Daiswho was a candidate Mower at Western Auto and William reading Clark merit, first and home class repair badge-
for Queen<
Cruce was runner-up Ashley. for State President lost out by

and will be first' attendant All prizes consisted of silver. Home Town Gazette a small margin to Peeny Johnson. Store. merit badges.
Diane Hancock was chosen Queen The ladies are now making plans your of Pompano Beach. The convention I Jimmy Davis reading

of the Elementary School, and for the dinner to be held at the adjourned to meet in Jacksonville I Van Russell. second class badge.
Randy Mickler chosen Elemental Country Club Saturday May 14 -The E-R. In the Spring of 1961. I /'".-'" ..../'".-'".-'" -'..-'...,-'.-'"......-'A John Cherry second 1assadge..

king. Florence Coody was rums for the Pot Williams Imritational I

up for Elementary Queen, and wt11 Tournament. They are also planning .
be maid of honor. King will be to go to Live Oak May 4tfc

Walker. 'with.the XJvt ". ......, -,
be Kenny for a day of golf V WHEN YOU BUY H. Jt. :i :
The May Fete is sponsored by Oak and Lake City golfers :,. S . f" c. l.-'f h

the Madison Woman's Club.on" '..- f" .
Alice Brown of the High Stfaculty DRIVE l ire r : .
and Mrs James Cop tand DINNER PARTY HONORS '
of the Elementary faculty will bave BRIDE-ELECT ,I 'I

charge of staging the progrlDUSINESSllEN :"'-. -jJ .
The Country Club was the set*
- -
7 o'clock Tuesday evening ,
want customers every; ting at Ii .
If you for a formal dinner party honor ..._. ",, ... ..,...- ... .
week in your store, tell 'em\ lug Miss Barbara Naughton whose : *' '- .. ; '; I 1

about it in an E-R ad every marriage to William Beggs will -
week. take place Saturday May 7th.

Mrs W C Copeland Jr. and Mrs .

W C Copeland III were the hostesses At .
Do It Yourself and the twenty-six guests included a

the bride-elect's mother % .
RENT A Mrs F i; Naughton, and her sis 4 .

Fast FwmerCleu ten Misses Mary Carol. Betty .K- IY

and Louise Nawhton.'w. jtrHl* 4Y-
", t be wedding; attendants -..uJ & .Mrs Tj :.
Beggs Jr. mother of the pros.! Y

i pcrtive bridegroom.The : I
't banquet table laid for the

guests held a long massed center

arrangement of mirandy roses and

'ireI the Copeland garden* ..
buds from IA*Bid CUSTOM American
Now a
of the
The honoree wore a corsage
for little asRAMBLER
2-Door Deluxe Sedan as
to her
I same lovely roses

by the hostesses. .
The patio and club room were 25
beautifully decorated with arrangements !

of amaryllls in shades of

red with white gladioli and Easter, model Rabkr are priced wdf per
t .model for wagons ___ I ts
lilies Chilled tomato juice cock- Com; rs W lee.. ... sad fa many cases, below the small U.S. .. month i I
tall tomato aspic and strawberry _below IC4Jrd. wtrr Rambler outsells tQ 6-cyGnder stttiooIsreest ......, ,..,...,. .... ..
CQOOCD: ounof.ctaTtn: combinedl Model ..f1 ...
on 11w three course turkey _..._1'o.. two < .
. parfait There's plenty of bat room turf Mvi4 Mautt o*
further emprasized the rich oboe is just owe d 11 new Psarbkr.aOas. K.m&-the .......tnd*t V%Mwtt
menu Aka
See Economy
and exit room. m pML OptfcmlMtf
red color motif. ;- kc mom eatr'mas Custom-Ut topped aQ cars ia ). '.t3. m tbG. =. .,p
evening, at Rambler America tool tarn,tf ?,. aitra
spent the : ,upkeep resak.SKK :
Guests 1 Eco oc21 It=.$aft oo price
Yt* Rugs were Mn MobQcas
; games. Prize winners I RAMBLER DEALER ,
Dale Ceslie and Miss Betty Naugh YOUR

A iUWstery- ton. The honoree was. presented r
j' with gifts'-of silver bv her pattern. Co. Inc : ;
Vickers Implement
Phone HU 3-2385 by the hostesses.r" ,

A Sbre CANDIDATES Voters wfllappredateNO ST. MADI.SON. FLORIDA. VAr "
slest ri POUTING
.'- MADISON FLA. NESDAY regardless of the outcome i '.
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Op'ue.u. WITH LIMIT-$5.00! FOOD FAIR t'
.i'a<.twcau FOOD ORDER

PLASTIC LAWN 3 16 Pressure PackedCOFF
EA 99 .. .

Neto Blue Detergent II,...._.. I Food With Limit$rder 1

FL ORDER$5.00-! .I ,Fruit Punch 41SfARKIST

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LEMONS 10 fOR 19, : REC35 14 SIZE OZ* 25c SIZE REG 25c Free

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,'': 0I Adult Delinquency: 1957 SAVE! Stock up now FOR A BETTER MADISON COUNTY M, \ 4 t.,, '

during, the Kg MayWhite ., .::. i. /'.'.K, \.
R .Vote t For And Elect v. 'i-i,

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'f Able -. Willing Qualified : l
I S Samuel Rufus Williams convicted .
of a statutory offense 'here about
II II two years ago and given 10 years -
I 1cTT and who later jumped a supersedeas
(Paid political Adv't paid for by Lamar Andrews)
bond was picked up a few days
I ago by the FBI in Phoenix Arizona. .T --
Sheriff Simraie Moore stated thisweek CAR OVERTURNS-TWO HURT control of the can which left the
On the basis of information highway and turned over on the VOTE FOR THREEMadison
Sheriff Moore: the FBI -
left hand side of the road. MissPat
quickly made the pinch. It is understood Two persons were hospitalizedand Patton, 14, and a boy David County Boys
; 3WMVACCINATE Williams will fight extradi. a third escaped Injury in the Ratledge 14 both of Jacksonville,
tion. ,total wreckage of their car in a W R (BUSTER) HANCOCK for
Commissioner of, Agriculture.:
accident about 6:15 m
traffic p
KITCHEN CABINETS Miss Patton received a fractureof
Saturday on U S 90 six miles the spine, broken ribs and JIM BLANTON for Railroad and
COUNTER TOPS east of Lee.Trooper lacerations, and Miss Pat Patton Public Utilities Commissioner.
G-E APPLIANCES Joe Peavy said m 1955 suffered a dislocated shoulder ""and SAMUEL S. SMITH for Circuit .
Plymouth sedan driven by lacerations. They were taken to aLive Judge
Dale na Patton. 17, of Jacksonville .
Oak hospital. The boy was A MADISON COUNTY VOTER.Pald
Outbwri Mrfirs fir Fir Qraiy FnihireFRIGIDAIKE 1 was beaded east when the accident -
occurred. Miss Patton apparently thrown clear of the wreckage and ( political Advertisement) :342tEYS
:: APPLIANCES went to sleep and lost escaped injury.
i Summer FIB

Bryan''Electric Co. GERBER'S BABY FOOD .F LAG A '
MADISON, FLA. fE INSTANTTEAJar49c Strained 6 Jars 65c 40 or.pksr. .
BE Peas 40c
CANDIDATES-Think about .
Junior 3 Jars 48c
your messageto LARGEiLIMAS ;g 55c
Mr and Mrs Dave Taylor and
the voters in nextweek's Juice 3 29c ,
two children of Tampa spent the Orange cans --
weekend with Mr and Mrs Paul issue If you win, it'll be easy
Ellington.Mr to write; if you lose, well help
Harry Platt and Mr and Mrs you write an IN MEMORIAM FREE
G C Rogers of Lakeland visited article that'll make 'em weep DELICIOUS FLOUR 52:29:

Mr and and Mrs Mrs Ran Talmage Terry Bland Sunday.Mr and. rnd Special regret low having prices to rejected those you.who OVEN WARE !

Karen spent Sunday with her
parents, Mr and Mrs Rufus Sulli 180 ran. THE E-R. i
I SNYDERS CATSUP 14 oz. bottle19c BAMA '

van.Mrs Sally Hammock Is visiting TERESA GAYLE DONALOSOty > 49c
her son Julian and family this LIBBY'SLIBBY'S j !r qt
week. Mr and Mrs Marshall Donaldson, ;
Mr and Mrs Benny "Jackson of Jacksonville, announce the birthof 1 "
and Miss Judy Hammock spent a daughter, Sunday, April 24.J pom MEAT 2 25e SARDINES tall can 15c
I cans
Sunday at Jug Island. She weighed 7 Ibs and 12 ozs and I
Mrs Ola Hammock spent the was named Teresa Gayle. Mrs j

past two weeks with her sister. Donaldson is remembered here as I VIENNA SAUSAGE 2 cans 45c ,
Mrs Emma Keeling. :Also visiting Miss Gayle Ragans. daughter of "
her for three weeks were her son Mr and Mrs Iry A Ragans. .
25 Ib.
& WHEAT bag $120 .
and family, Mr and Mrs Harvey BEEF STEW -. 24 OL can 49c :;: .I'

Keeling and Diane and Larry who Mr and Mrs B F Williamson of -. -
have just returned from a three- Pcraacola. are here on. week'svacation :,". 1
year tour of ,duty in England. visiting Mr and Mrs BenS CORN BEEF HASH can 41c ,4

They left Sunday for California. Waring 'and family. Mr William.lIOn' BLUE t. : LIBBY'S .' .
While they were here Mrs W D mother, Mrs W II Williamson
Malone, Mr and :Mrs Bettis and and their daughters and can 21c .. ',
Mrs Freeman Strickland,' all of families the W C Byrda in Gainesville I -
Atlanta, visited them'- and Mr and Mrs H A Toney CUT GREEN BEANS 303 25c ORCHID : PINEAPPLEGRAPEFRUff
Mr and Mrs'T J Evans and four and children at Crescent City.x i can
; ,children: spent the weekend with .
his brother, Mr Marvin Evans and Miss Rosa Mabel Waring anda 1 GOLDEN CORN 303 can 19c Long Grain

; Mrs Evans......"'" .,. -, __ J college friend at Valdosta State I
College, Miss Becky Brinson, spent I i DRINK
Mrs M H Waring. of Valdosta, the weekend at Panama City j GARDEN swm PEAS 303 can 21cI RICE3.LBS.37c- .
was the weekend guest of Mr andMrs guests of Miss Jane PowelLx I .
Ben S Waring.:
The Hendry-family- reunion will I LIMA BEANS 303 can 29c 21CARMOUR'S

Candidates- w be held Sunday at Shady Grove (ft.

4 We are headquarters I PICKLED BEETS 16 oz jar 23e \

: IN4S I for Major Appliances. II .. COLGATE'S

j $4.'. II I --

.. WESTERN AUTOMrs i FI.ORIENT .. .. ....... 79c 12 oz canTREET
AJAX 2 for 33c .

s J W Powell and daughter, AD Low Suds 49c ,
:Miss Jane Powell, of Panama City, :
visited the Ben S Waring family SUPER SUDS LARGE 5c OFF ........ 29c I:! can

,r j Sunday. -x- FARCE 7c OFF .. 28c GIANT _. ...........,. 87c HAM CHOPPED 59c

i Mr and Mrs John Hood and JUMBO ......._..... .. $2.55 .
son Macky of Bradenton were I GIANT lOc OFP12e...... v 9oz jar

\ .. weekend daU&hter.and guests of attended their soninlawand Methodist .- KING-SIZE 25c. OFF. .. SI.18 i PALMOLIVE Ic SALE PIG FEET 29c I
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Homecoming: W' 4 BARS ............. ._ 31c .
'BATH 2 BARS 23c
Whether you're out or in,voters ''

Let us write your THANKS TO love to see candidates smile.I'' $ LARGE_, 3c.OFF_. 31c_ 1
THE VOTERS ad after the If you win, speak a good word, r-- a1 L5 -J ic ei
election. Even if you don't carrya about "your friendly opponent; GIANT 7cOFF 76c :
predncthank, 'em anyhow in 'r" .
if you lose, refrain from sticking VEL quid 39c
an E-R ad. out your lip and being SPREE REGULAR 2.for ..... ... 31c !/ : I :!

L L V",. -, .. puffed up with all your friends. 4 BARS BANDED 45c OCT. LDY., Bar lie BATH 2 for .......... 41c ". r., '

Lawi' tower ServiceRepairing Fir Qnfity l Fwptare
and rebuilding-; also any FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCES

type small engines repaired :FLOOR COVERING T-Vs SEE 1 Suwannee Food Stores l

NcWiwK Girtfe WELLS F1.Nrn1E CO. :.
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w if"j 1. Visiting hours will be from 1:00 p. m. through 6:00 4. A nursery, with a registered nurse in charge will be '. : b : I

S r p. m. Friday, April 29 and from 9:00 a. m. through 6:00 provided to care for children under six years of age ., ,

"",. p. m. Saturday, April 30. while their parents tour the mill. : ,,;".

r1 S,: 2. Conducted tours will be made through the mill both 5. All school age children may make the mill tour, but ; 4 '

'.. '+ .s days. These tours will start at short regular intervals those who have not reached their 13th birthday must ..:; .

,. M and should take no longer than about 1% hours : be accompanied by one of their parents or another : .J ,.;'" < t, .

:-,' ,, for you to tour the mill ; adult who will be responsible for them. ". ., r. ..

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" I RAY E. Carroll Hadden- age 57, died SEE. CYPRESS
,J during the big May Florida Junior Collegewas
Sunday in Norfolk. Va after a
host April 26, to five English
: GREEN'TATE week's illness. He was a native of iGARDENS
!' Instructors from Chipola Junior
Madison County son of the late Mr
White Sale
at- and Mrs *Randell Hadden. College. Marianna and Gulf Coast 4 snfw sfl sari/.y
Community College Panama 513 II1 2.31 E1$ s'
SS-t Funeral services were held in
part of an administrative planof
Norfolk at 3 Tuesday, and
fr Experience Effkhncy tcen.sn1Paid p m aH Junior Colleges northwest
( tx>L adv. burial took place there. !
Florida to conduct conferences in
Survivors include his wife, Mrs
I >,F I every subject matter area. Junior College English Depart-
Angelo Grimsley Hadden. of Nor:
Mrs Opal Kaney and Mr Earl ments can utilize the materials
r folk Mrs Jean!
one daughter.
; R Payne, Instructors in English offered by this new teaching
'Smith, also of Norfolk; two grandchildren -
MINOR ACCIDENT TONIGHT I at North Florida Junior College, medium.
John Had
two brothers
10:00-10:30 BAPTIST YOUTH WEEK reported that In addition to discussion The group discussion lasted the
'den of Pinetta. and Bill Hadden
t automobile accident at 6:16 I ENDS WITH BANQUET issues relating to the entire day and was continued
An Ch 6 WCTVFSU of Daytona six sisters Mrs Allie
.front*ot ; teaching of English in Junior Col I during the luncheon when the delegation -
US '90 in
p m Friday on Law of Pinetta Mrs Frances
Involveda Baptist Youth Week ended witha loge the group also discussed: ate at the Madison Restaurant
t the Eddie Edwards home Lewis and Mrs Ethel Gates, both
I I Educational Television and how .
banquet Friday night at the
car driven by S G.MOrrow' and of Norfolk, Mrs Jennie Grenville' --- -
Education Building, after weeklong I'
one driven by Paul Prince. I I a and Mrs Luneal Platter of National ,
r had taken Air Edwards program of activities at the
Mr Morrow Ot,. Calif; and Mrs Laura
home and in making a turn local church. Barnes of Erie, Penn and his,i if
Fishers Of Men was the banquet f
f to come 'back to Madison was 1 mother-in-law. Mrs Laura Grimsley i
theme and ,,'as. emphasized with
rear the Prince
struck on the by of Cherry" Lake.
stage decorations representing a
t oncoming car.
I Damage to Mr
I $200. and to the Prince ',car, $300. I Tuning equipment. The banquet JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA,

No one was hurt and no charges I } tables seating sixty youths of the IN AND FOR MADISON. COUNTY.
said. church and their adult leaders
made, Trooper Peavy
: t were : I r were similarly decorated! with tin- Jinks, Plaintiff .

I : seled fish and miniature ponds. Eddie vs.Lee Jones Jinks Defendant

r I Richard Brown was master of DIVORCE

l CARRACFSI I, ceremonies, and presided at TO: Eddie Lee Jones Jinks whose
j 1!
STOCK j exercises including the crowning address is unknown.

of a Youth King and Queen Miss You are hereby notified that a
41 1 I Complaint for Divorce has .y" '
I Emily Burnett was crowned
THUNDffiBOWL been filed against you and you are
Queen and Curtis Koon king.
required to serve a copy of your
I Runners-op in the contest were
Aniwer or Pleading to the Complaint
SPEEDWAY bass Sircy Rowe and Miss Sandra on the Plaintiffs Attorney ws

REPRESENTATIVETO McLeod for Queen ,and Calvin Ernest M Page, Jr whose address
VISIT *NFJC Bodenstein and Jimmy Busby for Is Madison, Florida and file the x

J EVERY SATURDAY NiGHT Dr Marshall Hamilton has an- king.Dr original answer or Pleading In the 4

k '(Weather. Permitting) nounced that Dr Samuel Lastinger. James P Rogers, of Valdosta office of the Clerk of the Circuit I, .
Professor in the School of Edu- was guest speaker and used as Court In and for Madison County,
Time Trials 6:30 PM Florida on or before the 7th day
It cation at Florida State University.wUi his topic. Fishers of Hen.
First,Race'- 8:00 PM of :May A D 1960. If you fail Y h. n 7Y
be at NFJC next Tuesday. The women of the chords prepared
to do so. Decree Pro Confesso will ,
ADMISSION $1.25 May 3. from 9 .am to 5 pm for the and served a bountiful menu be entered against you for the relief A rtt i iSECRETARY

purpose of talking with NFJC of roast beef vegetables, Ice demanded in the ComplaintThe : '

b ,(Children, Under 12 Admitted Free) graduates who may be interested cream cake and. tea.Termites .. 1 Enterprise-Recorder hereby r { '

In transferring to Florida State : : : designated as the newspaper' in

Lecatii University which said order shall be publishedonce

Swarmig? week for flux(4) cocstcutlve
<< : ,
6 north of Valdosta wee
Turn left miles '
Sferwiii-WiliMts Witness hand and official seal
at Mlneola, take right turns for 4 ; CALL :f my
5th A. D. 1960.
i this day of April.
miles to the .
BurkeExterminat DALE if. LESLIE;
PasBryan #
i '' Clerk Circuit Court. OF STATE
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Bryant The Man To Make Us. A Better Madison County

o I BRYANT is by far the best qualified Best Qualified-By For

for Governor of Florida '
1./, man our 6.<;. {- .
i Read the leaflets on FARRIS BRYANT .
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:,: ', BRYANTisforiniproveinent and expansion .. :. :

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. \ ':. BRYANTisformakingourhighways ". : H

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BRYANT is additional .;
I. against any : -
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5- taxes. .

S : : BRYANT is fw more classrooms for .-- --':-:


. ear sciwl children and more money, ', 4J .. I

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5; i.f. S BRYANT is for separate schools for ;

white and colored. ,
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S j ? office to preserve segregation with ;"

I ., ._ dignity and determination, but witho.ut' '."', i'

violence.Second .

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primary issues are Dr William Rowe of Atlanta !
MAY 6, 13, 20. RESERVE i Judge Curtis Earp was qualified tinted his parents, Judge and Mrs SAVE! Stock up now
R H Rowe, over the weekend. :
SPACE NOW while it is avail by 8 years of experience QSCHWINN The E-R Prints dmingthe big May
able. Usual laws l of libel prevail i I in the Administration of Law
please deal gently with your before he ever became County listen to WUAF next Wednesday Everythingexcept White Sale
I for election results in the hot ConIta& at-
friendly opponent and don't! Judge For the best interest of campaign of TEXAS BOB.- .....I .
get us sued. Thanks.v ER.I your county, help keep a qualified his FAITHFUL BOSS "'OLD
man in your County DUSTY" and SENATOR MUSH. .
|, CHARGED WITH SLAYING Judge's office by Voting For
and Re-electing
K" Turner Carter. colored of Greenville BICYCLES
wu placed in jail in Val- Termites Swarmkg? Franchised Dealer ft Service
dost Sunday, charged with having CWtISD.EarP CALL HOWERTON SUPPLY co.CANDIDATESThink .
Mrs J M Gilchrist. of Chattahoochee -
shot and killed Ruth Bats, also
YOUR COUNTY JUDGE about is spending this'weekencl
colored at her home in that city BurkeExtermhfmg
Sunday afternoon. Valdosta of- (Paid Political: Adv't) your THANK YOU messageto with her sister. Mrs W T Hollings- I
ricers said the victim identified Ct. the voters in next week's worth and Mr Hollingsworth.Goodyear r .
Carter as the gunman before she I NAVACO AWNINGS ,ksue. If you win, it'll be easy
died at the hospital. HOWERTON SUPPLY COMPANY Phone 293-J Perry. Florida to write: if you lose, well help Farm Tractor
you an
that'll. make 'em
" article weepr.nd
' I l 3 Day Weekend regret having rejected you. bolita tickets and Large stock, priced rightBattery

:. t Social: At Special )low prices to those who .
also :ran. THE E-R. I Messer
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IN BAYTONA BEACH f $1700 AlL8WAS'r" UNSAFE Look Farmers! .

Y' Spring Tire Sate is now going '. WE HAVE PLENTY *
twl=MK hats "Tama fOR 4
; frM TV ...T.II.....& (3 Mys t 2 nlthfsl on-Come in and get your set DIXIE RUNNER SEED PEANUTS WIRE
!- of Firestone Tires. Now at a \
great savings.
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I' T. HERE are different word: h?: i J a'r' x ,

I different language. for the Injjj rr"
visible man=that la, the man nobody -
I sees, but everybody knows he i f 3Ki&'f &
: is there. Each of us Is an invisible *
:man or woman. It isn't that we ,j 7fiIi .j ,** r '
walk around with this person under )
I our skins. We are this person. We A
can cajl it the I
"real you" or the ,
'inner self or $.
the "ego" if we
tike We can call + 4
it the 'mind or,1 "

the the spirit Hebrews What ::: ir *r 1 = *k ;

called it was ,
the "heartThis t
did not meanemotions 11
it Dr. Foreman
meant thought attitudes, the
whole inner, unseen life of man, *-: '
that area of his life in which he Is
I a, definitely human and not Just.
.another ,and slightly'smarter TUI- '
mat '1 "S'T:: e 5- S.

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Jesus laid great emphasis! on the r.I' .
heart; and so does the entire Bible. .
If the heart is not right the man ; '
is not right Jesus has a special iitr
word for the tight kind of heart: *
"Pure." This does not mean what -* -
you might think at a hasty glance.It < '
: does not mean-exclusively-* .
mind free from wrong sex desires '
a heart without lust The word V. S.
;Jesus uses which. is translated e. :! ,
'pure," is slmpfy "clean." That Is, "", I
tree from everything useless, ;.i.. r.. t$9 ;
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everything that beclouds and be
smirches life. A heart cluttered up ', y'\ THE CHURCH
with worries is not a pure heart t,' ;, ALL FOR THE CHURCH
as Jesus would see ,It. The Church is the greatest factor on earth for i
Yet an empty heart is not a purer : the building of character! and good citizenship
!*> heart. One of Jesus'more gruesome .:. :<'" values. Without
stories is about a devlLwho had IT" It Is a storehouse of spiritual a
". been cast out of a man's heart ." .Strong Church. neither democracy civilization
'v ... .. c, .;.. .
Finding no the evll .I; .. -
fest.elaewhel'l '
y r.. .! r can survive. There are four sound reasons why
spirit camVbacKfo Ills old;home. ..
.. t should attend services and
and found it "empty swept and ,b I I every person
garnished." There was room there / God must 'love b"'utytoL; 'e it so lavisTiIy. The Master Artist dapples support the Church. They are: (1)I For his

for worse himself than he and was seven. .other so they devils all the soft green Iea.esvilli golden sunshine, turns the brook to flowing crystal own sale.; (2) For his children's sake.; (3) For
the sake of his community and nat on. (4) Forth
j moved in. The empty life U note and into itself.
puts a song Spring
1 necessarily a good lifer sake of the Church itself which needs his

\ moral and material support. Plan to go to
[Part In HEART ,
." There is in too because He-pul it "there. In His sight church regularly and read your Bible daily.
"Purity of heart if to will dheT t beauty us, .-. ,

(,thlngM it has been said. That may : none of_us are ugly 1 none of us are forsaken, none of us are "lost" _. t
be exaggerated, but it points to a : Day Book Chapter Verses
truth. Purity of heart is not the' .
absence of sin, it .is the presence of.goodness. ,.. .. [l Sunday Genesis 1 1-31
Purity of heart doesn't' *But the b.process of day.toilsyliving[ ; we turn" blind MondayTuesday Psalms '104 1-35

consist it is wanting of not what good.what Why is bad is, ;eyes upon the world's loveliness, and take for granted the gifts which should Wednesday Psalms II Corinthians 37 4 22-29 3-6

will it that tell for every twenty people who ,brighten' the hours and years. We need a faith that gives us vision to find Thursday Luke 12 31-34
: you they're all in favor
of some good project you can again the inner beauty He gave us in the beginning a gift which He Friday Luke 14 1830Psalms'

coat tacarccly and help and you one with to take it?The off difference his never takes away. Let us go, then, to His Church. Let us "enter into His Saturday 95 1.11gates

is in the heart. There .is a' with thanksgiving. for the Lord is good; His .mercy everlasting;
lot of difference between the good 'and His Truth endureth -
orever.T' .
wish (which may not be worth a '
hill of beans) and real good vdll.u
There is a difference between saying -'
politely,"Yes that is a splendid.: .
idea, I approve of It," and getting' Copfabf. J9(0, Ktittrr Ali, Smfcr Strahrt.v.. .. .
''out to work to make it come true< .. .. A$ >:f-;: "" ';:, '.. :i<--, 'j:1Y.:1: ._, : .:c.:,. '!'. _:' : -. : -
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People are not going to do' '. ,..,.,, '-
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to "
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if they don't want the first ,
,place. Everything that is good has

I if many we do enemies not desire in this good world.with So all- These Religious Messages are being Published Each Week, Sponsored by the Following Individuals and

our heart, our week-day heart as Establishments:
much as our Sunday-go-to-meettn \. .

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'1 This is the beginning of i1rweek. ,' I The Rexall Store HU 3-6827 BOX 712 3.1. Sale Jr.. Owner ,
1 Now the family is the hardest MADISON FLA FLA.
of all places to be a successful Pone HU 3-2300.. Madison. ,iii: Phone HU 3-2335, Madison. ,.; i' ,

''hypocrite. Jesus had no use what .<:; ., \ .... .$ Phone HU 3-2340 t ".' .
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ever for hypocrites-they are : 'Ir' '
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illustrations of hearts not r j. .
pure. What they say they admire :. 'l. :'.
they don't admire; what good they
do they wish they didn't have to : QUALITY CLEANERS .. .M ,
do. They have to be dragged into )fE'SSER AGENCY. J. R DAVIS, Inc.Madison. .
the paths of righteousness they Madison. Florida When your clothes are not becomtnj <
don't choose those paths with Joyful BATTERY &TIRE co. r Florida
heart. ', to you they should be.:

It is at home where hypocritescan MADISON. ,FLORIDA Cafe to' US-, Flacons HU 3-2353))*;
be seen into, seen through. :;' .
They can't hide their inner lives '
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The rest of the family sees into. --
their hearts.Home'is a place where .
hypocrisy withers. It always withers BRYAN CO. i'

when it can be een through. Wiring and Repair-Appliance1 TRUCK & TRACTOR CO. CANTEY MOTOR co CHERRY ".;foERVICE'
Thus a good home itself is a cure .
for hypocrisy. Family life at Its :MADISON, FLORIDA Phone HU 3-2241. Madison. :Fla Madison. Flerida .
beat is a life in which every heartis Madison, Fla.
open to all other hearts, where
there is no place, no dark corner,

begin.for grudges'Blessed to hide or for hates to . . . -
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heart and blest the home .
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BtWdiJg &ijlies ; CoriHeous Service

L .,,' : : ". 1 : MADISON, FLORIDA ', Those' : HUa -6681

'f r f' Quality Merchandise -Cash & Carry Discounts Charge Accounts WelcomeUP ,,

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. Judge Curtis Earp was quail-
Air" and Mrs Van H Priest, :Mr fied by 8 years of experienceIn
Agricultural FJyag and Mrs C E Russell and and I
' THE YIELD IS J ON SAVING AT Mr the Administration of Law
Mrs W B Clark were hosts at an
before he became
out-door ever County
supper party 1'bursdayeml.nt
VALDOSTA FEDERAL tFASCOJDUSTS ; at the Priests Lakeside Judge. For the best interest of

ANNOUNCING- home honoring Miss Barbara|your county, help keep a quail-
Naaghton and William Beggs, fied man in your County.Judze's
-SPRAYS whose wedding will take place in office by Voting For
May. Mr and Mrs Daniel A Naughton -
HOWARD MORGAN and Re-electing
and Miss Helen Grady of Mr and Mrs J L Stadstill and
Highway 90 Wet Jacksonville and Mr and Mrs J L
Phone FOrest 2-2016 StudiUll of Panama City were out Curtis D. EarpYOUR three children of 'Panama City were
weekend guests of Mr and Mr.IVan
LIVE OAK, FLORIDA of town guests. COUNTY JUDGE H Priest
Tomato juice cocktail and hors-
d'ouevrcs toasted over charcoal potson (Paid Political Adv't)
VOTING PRECINCTS the terrace were the first
ham and food NAVACO AWNINGS I Franchised Dealers & Service
of the
course sea
Voting precincts for the towns of
'" Madison and Greenville, are outlined menu. I- _ .5::
The honorees received a silver
here misunderstandings
so as to avoid
water from Mr and Mrs
of voting places election
&seiC and sliver and crystal
FUNDS RECEIVED BY, 10th EARN FROM THE FIRST day.Madison Precinct No 1 will vote compotes from Mr and Mrs Priest SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. I

OFFICE HOURS la the Agricultural Center. and Mr and Mrs Clark. The bride--
No 1-A, West side of Court elect also received a lovely corsage 109 S. PATTERSON STREET
.TUES.-WEDFRL 9 AM TO 4 PM of white mums from the hosts.
THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS 9 AM Xo 2-Eftst side of Court House.

No .2-A, At Legion Home Termites Swarming? Machine Repair Rental Sewing Course t'
The New. Greenvtllc Precinct No. 5 at
Welfare Office. CALL New Machines $59.50 and
No 5-A Woman's Club. up i iService

AH other precincts in the county BurkeExterminating t CALL VALDOSTA ; 4-2301 COLLECT
wltt have the usual voting, places. '
; A E RAGANS, Co. in 24 Hours
,ti g.trriJor' of Registration,
Saving & Loan Association
'. 3S-tt-ch Phone: 233-J Perry. Florida
The Friendly Association Big Enough to Serve You Small ,: .' .
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'L COMPARE CHRYSLER with other medium price cars.

... /,""te>JN SECOND-" We\ are headquartersfor Only Chrysler offers you.: Stronger, quieter Unibody. Fingertip ease of pushbutton ,."

1 Madison' Track Team came in t.

. esecond.In the with North 70%Florida points Wednesday Conference Major Appliances' i i controls. Rest-easy high-back driver's seat. No knee-knocking, straight door posts.

championshIp meeting in Talla WESTERN AUTOROTARY Smooth agile torsion-bar suspension. Biggest brakes for safe sure stops 0j
hassee. Madison was the winner in

the three other. years the meeting plus a carload of other incomparable Chrysler features
'has been held.'Madison's DISTRICT ASSEMBLYThe CH RUSLER
big gun was Donnie '
Tloyd who won the pole vault, The Car of Your Life for the Time of Your Life ....
Rotary District of which the ennuI DfISIO'WI CoIPOrn+rar.
second in the shot and ;
placed Madison Club Is a part met this
100. Others In the ,
Ihlrd In the
week in Tallahassee for a DistrictAssembly. e
events were Ragans, Bunting t"I" '1
Buchanan Plant, Wells Joiner
A fellowship dinner was attendedon

and Adams. Sunday night by President H .... ..
E McArthur. Secretary Tommy
: i Beggs, Put-President W B Clark r ,

. j President-elect Griffin Bishop, and
: OLD TIRES 'Secretary-elect Randell Rowe. A

highly entertaining address was
presented by Edmund II Harding of

ARE UNSAFE North Carolina.
At the Monday business meeting
Griffin Bishop and RandeU Rowe
Spring Tire Sale is now going represented the Madison Rotary 9
on-Come in and get your set, ClUb In planning the program for 4

of Firestone Tires. Now at. a the coming year.
great savings. '

DOWN AUBURN ',' : -\ -
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I FSU Golf team ended the dual
i golf season Wednesday by defeating L. '

'1'Aubum'i Tigers In ThomasvHle17H COME IN! Meet and drive Chrysler. the champ of its class in the Mobilgis Economy Run! ta, ,.
: -9% The team competein

Phone HU 3-6601 Madison, Fla. tournament the Southern at Athens Inter-collegiate Hay 5 7. RAGANS MOTOR CO. 700 E. Base St.i
Jack and Rock Fraleigh of Madison : -..
are members of the team.

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t FRIDAY, APRIL 29th. 1960 THE
r To give 'em your sales pitch call AFFILIATIONS CHAIRMAN Dannitte Mays III had a tensHee-
The EaR by TUESDAY at 5 P M tomy last Thursday at Pinevlew
Tires and say TAKE AX AD PLEASE Fi3a ne' MflHnor. daughter of hospital Mr and Mrs Mays accompanied
Goodyear $12.95
Mr and Mrs Pat Milliner. Semi. their son and -broughthim
670 x 15, All-Weatber, tube-type, Mrs Rosa Hay has returned note Ahas been selected Affiliations home Saturday where he is
'FLORIDA' plus tax and recappable tire. home from a ten days' visit at Chairman of the Wesley convalescing satisfactorily.
Fort Lauderdale with her son, W Foundation at Florida State Uni
I MESS ERBallery&TffeCo. T hay and Mrs Hay and their versity.
two daughters, As a member of the Foundation The Time Is Now! To
We have come to the end of another pleasant cam Council, Francine will help plan
paign. All of you know that I do not run against any the Methodist student
Lawn Mower Service the program of
one. I just run for the office on my own merits and organization on campus and purchase your Power- ,

I' ability on my past records. Repairing and ruing; also any will carry out the goal, "to help
v make Christ reality Mower at Western Auto
a living on our
There has only been one issue before you in the race Mrs L R Sanders of Lake City type small engines repaired campus."

for County Tax Assessor, and that has been qualifications was the week end guest of Mrs McWflEams Garage Francine b. member of the Store.
to do the kind of job the property owners of Madison J L Sims and Miss Ruth Sims. First Methodist Church of Madison.
County require under the law. Most of you understandthat I

I work with,and for the people of Madison County at

all times. This is ,your office and if at any time, now or
in the future I will be glad to entertain sound construc-

J tive suggestions that will work for the best interest of SOLID MAPLE BEDROOM BUY!

, ,all, with special favors to none. I have and will always
, hold this office as a trust, also being mindful of the

responsibility this office carries. A Charming Mellow-toned Maple Perfect for Today's Homes

There are many other services that are required ofa
County Assessor other than the lawful duties that I .. --

draw compensation to perform. Ll: i '-I

We County Assessors over the state all like to help ,

our people in any way we can, and ire want you to feel at 1 !
liberty to call on us if we can be of help. (There is a
reward out to any one that will prove to you and me, if 1 R
you go away from this Assessor's office with out the

help that you expected).

Want to thank all for your kindness and cooperationin ,
serving you as your tax assessor, and appreciate your t '

continued support and help. :, -

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School Board Member l., r $ tI

The Rev B M Montgomery, of .
District 2
Winter Pale a former beloved : '
w pastor, brought the message Sun-
A QUALIFIED JNt day morning At the Homecoming \: '- F t
t services at the Methodist church, 'a v gs
25 years experience In Florida Theme of the distinctively spiritual
Schools as Teacher, Coach ,and message was the significance of
Supervising. principal. prayer with Scriptural backgroundin

Universities, B. A.; M. A, M. A. E. the anthem Hark! Hark, My Soul, SPECIAL VALUE ready to enable you to create a really delightful bedroom for Jll for Junior for yourself.
were Mrs E P Sanders Jr and There's a big double dresser that's both practical and good looking. A chest gives you plenty of storage space and a bookcase bed
Past Director. of Florida Education )Miss Ann Folsom Altar flowers that shows all the beauty of the wood. At your first glance "OU'JI recognize all the quality details that make it worth
Association. were a memorial to Mrs Inez MUCH MORE!
Owens and Mrs G M Sims by the ... ,...
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Listed In Educational Who's Who. family of Mrs Sims.A .
es brief ,history of the church
Former Educational Officer of 7th prepared by the pastor was distri- An Extra
Naval* District. buted. The congregation was estimated "
at between four and five "
I, .Former. School 'Trustee. hundred with many former mem Good Buy! I
l bers coming from a distance. ,
Former Neighborhood Commissioner
Boy Scouts of America. A basket dinner was served at w*.
the close of the service. Rail '
4 years experience as School Board Local visitors included the pastors S S.
.. of the local churches and their '
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families and other friends of the ,
:Presently District Manager of, congregation.
Doubleday Company, Publishers. :I
YOUR VOTE FOR RUSS DUGAN.'isltors included Rev' ; BunkBedsFortheLow
IS A VOTE FOR BETTER.1 and Mrs B M Montgomery, Mr and
SCHOOLSPaid Mrs George Westmoreland and
( for by Friends of Russ Dugan) family, Mr and Mrs William Tom- .'
BIRTHDAY PARTY Unson and two children, M( and
Mrs W C Copeland III, Mr Law-
Deborah Jean Ketring daughterof rence Fraleigh, Mr and Mrs Louie
Price of
Mr and Mrs Gene Ketring Fraleigh and daughters, Misses a
celebrated her fourth birthday Helen and Nancy Lou Mr Clarence rr
anniversary Saturday afternoon Plant, Mr and Mrs Andy Beverlyand
with a party at her home. Sixteen two children, all of Tallahassee '
youngsters enjoyed the' afternoon ; Mr and Mrs John Wimblck of 95
with games. The lovely pink doll Rocky Mount, Va; Mr and Mrs
birthday cake was encircled with Burr J Randell of Clearwater; J
four candles. Cup cakes and ice Misses Vonnie and Otelea Stud- ,.
cream were served. Mrs 0 E Har-I I still of Panama City; Dr and Mrs .5 ..
nage of Valdosta Deborah Jean's Frederick Mickler and children and .
grandmother assisted Mrs Ketring Mr and Mrs Tom Owens, of Ja: S. *
in caring for the guests. per Miss Linda Plant of Tallahassee -
Deborah Jean received many attractive I: ; Mrs II C Cooper, Mr and Mrs
gifts G E Glass of Jacksonville; Mr and Easy Terms,
I Mrs B F Williamson of Pensacola, Too'I I
FLYING ANTS Mrs John R Thompson and daughter
Mrs Rube C Jones, of Canton,,
MAY BETERMITES I I Ga I. ; Mrs R 0 Lane Sr of Valdosta I
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Adel, Ga; Mr and Mrs R M Ho- ,
jlmgsworth, of Quincy; Mr R T .
Correlius, of Decatur Cecelia and
Adair Bryant of Ocala. Mr W B M f 1.0; -, w SI
Feagle. {aspen; Mrs J L Sims, .5
Cherry Lake; Miss Ruth Sims, '" .
Lake City; Mr and Mrs Harry
,iTomlinson and family of Boston. FURNITURE
Ca; Mrs E B Williams of Lee
I'I I Mrs Wallace Winter and children -.
I I of Ocala Miss Ann Folsom and

Call Tails.3WI Mr and Mrs Crill Merryday and

Collect hasaees I Edwin son Dana B of Browning Tallahassee and and Mrs Mr, 128 N. Palters Valdosta, Ga CH 2-1515

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When buying Political AnnouncementsThe FOR DISTRICT TWO w. .. D .CT, .. J\1hJI ,lTo! tMT! a! z I '.. :., t ., \ t I
your regular county political announcements e

cost 110.00 and run I mpeetfully announce that Jam Tote Voter***! the 5th -Constable ..! JfeHeal Circuit of Florida: Newspapermen, more

E-R from Newsboys. until the election. They are to be a candidate for School Board Dbfrkti .of,. Jladbon: oaarntlfosda I hereby announce my candidacyfor than most of us, know aU
the political candidates
paid for with the Insertion order District 2, Madison County, subjectto .
: nomination to the office of Circuit
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FOR COUNTY JUDGE trMay I960 I Ladies axM cJJ1tiJn-j? realty Judge of the Third Judicial experience and programs
Please DO NOT In I Iii'
park the marie My greatest interest our 1 ,
appreciate the vTonSferful supportthat Circuit of FJod&41 eup''1I Zrarr They ore quick to
street and make your newsboy no that 1 faciU- J
I respectfully announce school system is for the beSt
out into the'! street to make a said, am candidate for County Judge you .g te' e ,,w-bf-Hwas} well qualified( ,.fewiag pRHtked law recognise such qualifies .
a des poMfbte. Befog a parent oj .
Kindly pull over to the curb. of Madison County, subject to the three ehftdren in school gtvest1glF l elected *yotfr CoritaWe rt"" Mt910 for 30 y*#*"ffa )admitted tOj-prac- .'as capability dedication\;,.__ .

Our newsboys have Instruction Democratic primaries in May I960 I :slid .151LI did.nnt run.-iow %.. tics an the U S Supreme Court theftderal integrity and courdgeJB TIt .
to STAY OUT of the streets, &rd'i If elected I will serve all the much Interest in our local schools Courts of Florida and the is significant tfittt't&ecandidate I

we will appreciate your co-eperal-. people to the best of my ability and i would appreciate the ,opportunity I I have had' the pleasure of serving Fifth: ; Circuit Court of>.Appeals. Irn.'et .> for Governor
ing with AND THEM to serve you. I earnestly that leads all others in, ,
us tot with fairness to everyone and the Town 'Grccnvflfe as 'Mayor' | pros uted.,,1' du", 'tsnd e4. I *" -
THEIR SAFETY.; Thank .you vex,,. special privilege to none. I wfl solicit your support in the coming ttlnni' by ;
much. "v for and also tWtf terms afn a Pi estan\ an?exsg fi 1f man. Florida's is
+ newspapers
greatly appreciate your vote' '. and election Sincerely 7' { as a member of'.:lne City Council former, cW Attorney, of the .City Doyle E. Carlton Jr.. ',/) I f
support. ,
Fjpr ha nCd nc pl>ce 4oaft bf > o Ltke. Cfty, Florida, ,past Presi
t no t dint the 'Like dijr A's

To the Democratic voters ot; 1r.1 '8 bry tloh aM ant''prese'htly "i: ,member I II

Madison County: I wish to announce SUPERVISOR OF FOR SCHOOL BOARD --e of the Bound\ Gowerpors: .to- the

that I am a candidate for County; REGISTRATION DISTRICT NO. 2 Distridms r f nof orl4a B ar,'1."fxasn,born-and falsedin !

Commissioner, District Five subJect MADISON COUNTY FLORIDA to OJlonibia ,Cour FJorida,. and I
that I
to the action of the Democratic I respectfully announce ama I have discharged my duties to hive spent""" ray entire life In the .
candidate the office of Supervisor tU( f
primaries in May. If elected, 1 of Registration for of Madison the best of my abilities In an \ third1 JudWardrtult; Sot }io rda. \

pledge to support Madison County; County subject to the Democratic honest, progressive and econamJcal dour bled of. the SuGtntsLbPt I married Lassie Goodbread, also t a
end the therein wholeto Our children's Interests and
way. I
people as a
1960. I promise iet of Madison AH i
primaries in May native !. Columbja County} t( 1
the best of my knowledge and betterment have always been uppermost
honest, conscientious and courteous County for the next four years. If of cjy schooling" has been in. the ,
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ability. I earnestly solicit your vote I in my mind and efforts. :r>l t/l *
service to all if you elect me to elected I pledge good clean Florida scho fti *
and support, for which I will always I hereby solicit )"OUrote and sup
this office. I earnestly solicit your I I know problemsand I
believe your
law enforcement
honest My motto
be most grateful port in the May, 1960 Democratic I
vote and support promise if elected to do my
GARY PHILLIPS primaries for re-election as yourStool Is tp 4o. unto pthers as I would ::and
fat ale Yatf
Sincerely best to matte you ,
Board Member from District hamilHeai ido cnto ,
FOR. SCHOOL BOARD W. B. (BAILEY) WYNN Two. i* _*tV consi erase l dgcDandr solicit your
vote' dt spppgrit, r IPl
:DISTRICT 4 FOR SUPERVISOR OF Sincerely, Y nl 1ILd r tt
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RUSS DUGAN I '. ..- ; .. ,
I respectfully announce that I REGISTRATIONDear "..."IP po_y Cal ucWt), 4FD 1
am a candidate for School Board FOR SHERIFF -', R tJt1S1'CE.gFUE': : I !
District 4, Madison County, Fla, friends and fellow-citizens DIST''s. I
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abject to the ,Democratic pri- of Madison County: I want to thank .I respectfully announce my candidacy -." EE J. :T '" GOVERNOR

mania In May, 1960. If you elect ea'cfa of you for your vote and sup- for re-election as Sheriff of j"-r-|| *". Ti A :l : respectfully-'anriotucelmyy: andi-"

wonderful Madison County, Florida subject to I respectfully. .. tusiounca my- andljdacy ; d; cy i for.,rejelectipn- asq Justice oftfe .,
me to this office I will conscientiously port and your co-ope-
the Democratic primaries In May.It tfgi. pa cidcoon'umlssIrit' CountrCpm- Peace District 5, Madison -p.-'e 4.rlrtrnt.rtw"
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serve the people of the ration while serving as your Registration K c-- Tr. .1'Sulliv "wo0 !J
has been a privilege and a pleasure for ari other) ternvsubject, :C 4 unty,< Fla subject to the Demodatlc -
county to the best of my ability officer. I have endeavoredat to In the Thanks ..Democratic ,primaries -
serve you past. to the i primaries In May 1960. If reel -
and work for the best interests of all times to give you honest -Bell
with honor.If
for entrusting me the Thank. thepeople
May. jrou.JterJbe pt1vi ;cted I will continue to serve
the school children at'all times efficient and courteous service. On re-elected, I will endeavor to of SrdlttQig the and im
servlnCjLr pa courteously, fairly,
Thanking you for all past favors, this record I earnestly solicit your give honest and efficient law enforcement : Lee '
years. It Ismyslncere wishf( you 'partially to the best. of3iyaabiUF r. Marriage at
when I had the privilege of serving vote and support in the 1960 May to the best of my ability !
and reelect me, so I tan eontfcuie., will greatly appre afe yotrvoteimd
you six years on the School Board, primary elections for re-election I earnestly solicit your vote ,
support in the coming election. serve your J am most grateffQi_,for support ;.<. ", J, ..
and assuring you I will greatly appreciate for Supervisor of Registration. confidence Miss Sybil Jean Sullivan
Sincerely yours, your ; S r Sincerely; daughterof
your vote and support, I Sincerely, S. H. MOORE. that I will continue to servo 9Iil 1 / A L (ROOSTER) LKGGETT; SAt Mr and Mrs J H Sullivan of

pm ARTHUR E RAGANSFOR the people of Madison, CbtyhIa Madison and Lewis Ray Bell, son
Very sincerely yours, FOR SCHOOL BOARD W'miner of Mr and Mrs L F Bell of Branford -
efficient and w
an honest court
S R SAPP COUNTY; COMMISSIONER DISTRICT FOUR were united in marritege' Friday .
as aljwaV8* :Your vote a 4 p. m. March 27. at the First

FOR CONSTABLE DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT THREE I respectfully announce my candidacy support will be frycaUy appreciated.h'E : Baptist ehurch at Lee. The Rev I'

S for re-eieetkn to the School T Carter officiated and Mrs Ino

I: respectfully announce that I ama I respectfully annuunee that I ama Board from District .c, Mad on Smith, organist and Miss Linda

candidate for Constable, District candidate for County Con mIs- County Florida subject to the Beth Smith. soloist, rendered the

5, Madison County, Fla, subject to stoner, District 3, Madison County'I Democrat primaries in Hay ltt& FOR ISSIONKJl. : nuptial music.The ,

the Democratic primaries In May FIe, subject to the Democratic I have given oonsctentfam service ONE t., ''I altar decorations were baskfets -

1960. If you elect me to the officeof primaries in May 1960. I havehed in the l....-term interact of education : of white gladioli and mums

Constable promise fair, faithful all ray life in District 3, and welfare of the people of I reafttetfltfbr announce my and. ANtS ).. and c* Wa ra holding lighted tapers .
have farmed all my life,' and am this county. If re-elected. I shall dcy fdr ie-etection as Count) aftfnst a background of mugnolla -
impartial and honest administratIon familiar with the needs and problems continue to give such service. It is Commissioner in District One for palms and term.

of the law to the best of of our district and county. If with deep appreciation for the another term, subject to the Democratic Miss Sandra SuIBwm. sister of

my ability. I have had four years feu elect me your Commissioner courtesies and friendliness that you primaries in May, I have given the bride, was mall erf honor, and

of law enforcement experience with I I: will cooperate with the other the people have given me that I faithful and honest service to Madison tS* ) 9fT. brides maids were :Miss Carol Evans

the Town of Greenville and feel Commissioners for the best Interests seek: re-election to this office. Your Couaty end to'' and Miss VoneiJe Smith. The
of Madison County. I will be deeply (: t )1J] Ihf1 ,, flower girl little
that I am qualified to serve thepeople vote and support ap do so if reJetfed.. Ilrbas. (been a Has Miss Joan
earnestly solicit your vote and support Wetherington. The maid of honor &
of the 5th District in this :
and promise fair and equal predated.Sincerely pleasure to.,serve"the: 1f>9.d.IJCOP1e I bridesmaids
were similarly gownedin
office and will
important greatly treatment for everybody.Very W. IL (BILLY) BAILEY. JR. of this county and ,In \vl1l, continue I Ito & dresses fashioned of blue 'taffetaand

appreciate your vote and support. sincerely yours, work in harmony;whirr the other ::. net. They wore elbow length

Sincerely. WILBURN T. DAVIS. FOR COUNTY JUDGE Commissioners for_what Is best .tor gloves and white headdresses and

J D BISHOP :Madison *C5unty. Your"vote and VOTE' curried pink chrysanthemums tied

FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER TO THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERSOF support will be greatly appreciated. wDth pink ribbons. The flower girl

FOR CONSTABLE DISTRICT 8 r MADISON COUNTY: Sincerely.VlLBURj :0 ROBERT.: also! wore blue taffeta and carried

r DISTRICT THREE I respectfully announce that I ama ;. RUTHERFORDFO : ; at
I respectfully announce that I candidate: for reelection as ,,' Sullivan Jr was the ring bearer.
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respectfully announce that I am a candidate for County Com- County Judge of Madison County. FO SSEssoa LOVELY BRIDE \

am a candidate for Constable, missioner of Madison County, Florida subject to the Democratic -, ....BELL '4"" .".., t, The bride chose a floor length !
f ,.
District 8, Madison County, Fla, District Three, subject to the primaries in Hay, 1960. I promiseyou I mpftit\1 announce that 'I, o' gown of white lace and ,patin. Her

subject to the Democratic primariesIn action of the Democratic primaries that If I am re-elected to this caadidat or Tax r: I,' Is' Yt U. It' BliJUftftE" w. veil of illusion was attached to a

May 1960. If elected to this in May. I promise faithful,' important office I will continue am a : .. matching tiara and she carried a
Madison|County, Florid position I will be on call 24 I hoursa conscientious service if you choose to render the highest type of r. bouquet of tuberoses and carnations
service to all of the people. ject to the pJernpcratJc prbaa-ies : :: centered with an orchid.
day, and render fair and Im- for this important office, andI : '
me ?
partial law-enforcement service to I will deeply appreciate your vote in May 1760.}1 elected tojrthisposition Mr Sullivan gave his daughter in
I earnestly solicit your vote and and I will .discharge the'ddties .FIRST'.DISTRIGT J" marriage and acting as best man
the people of the district I will
for which I shall ever be supportSincerely "
I support, yours. of the pffke to the best of my COURT OF APPEAL was Carl Wood of Branford. The
greatly appreciate your vote and grateful. CURTIS D. EARP "" ( bride's brothers Howard Sullivan
II ability fairness and justice FOR,NORTH FLORIDA ,
support Very sincerely, Sincerely, County Judge. to au'.:,l-wai greatly appreciate : A-TTO'R."iE of Madison and Elbert Sullivan of
LAMAR ANDREWSFOR Lave Oak. were the ushers.
The bride's mother wore navy
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT I respectfully announce that I ama Very sincerely yours, WHOSE,+ OPPONENT'' IS, THE crepe, and a corsage of pink cama-


FIVE Collector of Madison County subject I' .. BE. .... si ., ." .i.' Mrs Bell mother of the bride

respectfully announce that I I respectfully announce that I, to the Democratic primaries in, SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION I ,I w ( .POt1I eal. ad.. ) groom chose light blue crepe and

am a candidate for County Commissioner am a candidate for the office of May 1960. If elected to this office: ', f J pmk carnations for her corsage:

District One, Madison Commissioner, District 5,! I Mall in return serve you courageously I Ij I repeetf4ly\ arnvwrwo that I ." RECEPTIONA
County, subject to the action of the and fairly by rendering the I' bride
reception given by o.
of Madison County subject to the i. am a candidate f--. iSapervisw ofRegfetratfon G-E'AppEnces r
Democratic primaries in May. If j best possible service. WHh profound I ..tadlJon parents followed immediately in the-
elected I promise faithful, honest Democratic primaries in May, 1060. all, County
appreciation! and friendliness to Education txdldnt at the church.
conscientious performance of the' I t promise honest, conscientious and! I humbly solicit your vote and Fla, subject JP jUtf Democratic primaries How rton Supply Co. Airangefnents of white gladioli and

duties of the office, with fair treat- courteous service to the best of my't support ij|. Jrfa., OOO: I ply Rittms enriched with magnolia deco

ment for the people of the' countyas ability to all if you elect me to< Sincerely.J. ''aithot,|HCienlious service if you I ruled the hall. The tiered wedding

a whole and I earnestly solicit this office. I earnestly solicit )'P'tt i L (IKE) HUTTO. choose roc for this important office, DISCUSS.RURAL.TELEPJIONG: ,take> was cat by Mrs A J Minton

your co-operation and vote and vote and support i and I earnestly solicit your vote SERVICE ... i OL Jacksonville the bride's sister. I
support for which I shall always Sincerely FOR COUNTY; COMMISSIONER and sttft&rt* for which I shall ever' tf>> bride's book was kept by Mss
cnost grateful. i DISTRICT FIVEI DItee Virs of "MaWi Count> Bonnie WilHams. Miss Anne Ra-
F T (Tebo) Webb be grateful J '
Sincerely. Farm Btfeeau# tS regular sessionTu pans and Miss Louise Brown' poured
MARVIN E. BASS I am SIAeeTeb', 19 at ''tHe 'I{anViBttfea
COLLECTORWith respectfully announce that **, April 'unch. Assisting hostesses were Mrs
FOR TAX I a candidate for re-election to the MRS LUCY GARDNER eHkt with FIVE 'directory J T Miller. Mrs FeHon Almand, Mrs

REPRESENTATIVE humble thanks and appreciation of Commissioners, ehArman: Rudy '
FOR, STATE Board County. FOR SHERIFF and the program" Robert Evans and Mrs Howard
for the past support and Fla. .' '.
5 Madison
District County. Hamrlck. present I Sullivan.
I respectfully announce that I ama I mpectfuHy announce that I
candidate for State Representative courtesies I respectfully announcemy subject to the Democratic primaries candidate for Sheriff of Madison Routine -business was, acted upon ". After spending'a while with thtr
am a t'
from Madison County, subject to candidacy for reelection to In May. I appreciate tht County. If you elect me to this and a gesue liIt di usiorJ was entered, guests, Mr' and Mrs'Bell a

the Democratic primaries in May office of Madison County Tax courtesies and confidence you ba"eghm important office, I pledge honest. into eoneernirtg:, tin nyraJ'e.* trip to South Florida. 1'het.are at

190. If you elect me to this posi- Collector subject to the May Primaries me in the past and if reelected -Impartial efficient, courteous law' phone Servtce, "project which' Madl- home in Madison at MeNftlflf apartments -

tics, I will serve all of Madison 1960. I promise a continuation Iill continue to sereroar enforcement Please join me In this Iron County Farm Bureau IS spoftS rt Mrs Bell wore fer 'tftftlfnga

Ccanty unselfishly and without of effort to render you the ) to the best of my ability. campaign for a. better Madison t inr There has bait no boncrete bt suit of light blue faille with Hat
I Stncerely.COLDtA. oVftnrte action"asc rtalnl'd as o!' and gloves to match and Wack
favors to earnestly
spicial: anyone. courteous service Ccunty In which to live and real
solicit your vote and support. best and most RICHARDSON our children. I will appreciate youx the present time; howeVer'the whole 'latent bag .and shoes. Her corsage

Sincerely, possible. I picture looks...wonderful- for the Was the orchid from her bridal
. CONSTABLE vote and support .,
GEORGE. JEWEL JR. Cordially Sincerely rural parts-of Madison.County, This teuquetOutoftown



I respectfully announce that Iasn I respectfully announce my candidacy DISTRICT NO. 5MADISON Smitli-Corona ad&ig of Jacksonville.: J Mr and i Mrs Horace

a candidate for State Representative I respectfully announce my candi- for re-election as Constable COUNTY FLORIDAI Mathis. JilrsW Hut "Mrs B,"DOuzts

from Madison County,, dacy for re-election as County Tax District 5, Madison County (GreenvSlle respectfully announce that I am ; ; }(r"and Mrs W D Fletcher

.vbject to the Democratic primariaSB Assessor for another term, subject ) Florida. If re-elected I Will a candidate for Justice of the Peace,, Machines, typewriters Mrs Vera Moses Mr and Mrs

May, 1960. If you elect me tc I to the Democratic Primaries in I continue to give the people of District Dstrict! No. 5. Madison County, t Robert Odom Mr Charles Fletcher
i ia Flak, subject to the Democratic prt; : Elmer Bell. Mr J D Hill Mr
and faithful Mr
this position I will serve you I May. I promise honest 5 the same fair and impartial I and casB'registers.EnterpriseRecorder. ,
.. alwa.i maries in May, I960 II elected 1 and Mrs Billy Sauls and Miss Linda
),on stir, soberly, and : capably tc service to all as In the past law enforcement as I have in the, will serve all the people fairly, ,I .. f u. ,' McD ugaJ. all of Branford and

the best of my ability. Z" will great. being mindful of the trust the I past Your vote In the forth cozy ., .o Oak.
Beth t"
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|y .appreciate, your.'Vote: and-sup. office;holds. 'Your,vote and support May Primaries win be greatly. ap- ability. ? abe 11' \0
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will be apprec predated. greatly appreciated. KEEP UP WITH POLITICSIN

Sincerely. Sincerely, ALBERT 0 StSTRUNK Sincerely your, THE E-R

L. (Rooster) Leggett, Jr ANGUS H ARMSTRONG Constable JAMES BARBELL .


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NO JUDGE, MADISON COUNTY I at tt fiowertonSunplv Co.A .
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I In res Ettete 'of P. M. Dawson. Deep I c'I' t :;,ur v L. J i. i.' i J 1..t' '
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MANDS HAVING AGAINST CLAIMS SAID ESTATE OR DE-: tin 41 Fn 1"THE : : .lei' )IDI.rfl'.( r "0011.:# .1n ;t

c You and each of you are hereby ON a&f tn.r /v. 13 ).. 01I 1 t : u II to (

notified and required to present any U1TATMt'D81, 1J SpVexperk check your

claims and demands which: you, or 11 llJ61!"} b!,;{ 44j: ; I'
either of the !lX K.' H '.';"
you may against I h'll. f free f fr.
1II 'I'estate of P. M. Dawson de- r r lty tV of j 1lL '1 AJJitf.s.ys t em .
ceased, late of said to the '
County -'-., aS A : Yi .
.. U I County Judge of Madison County, r .' lutP i aiiejtalle1or' ]
I Florida at his office In the courthouse ..I tp
I of said County at Madison ,
n And the Smith-Corona Electric Portable is Florida within eight calendar 01'I 1,1C" r. only
months from the time of the first 1 ) ..
worlds Trsf and only electric portable
publication of this notice. Each 'I t -.)? "
Just touch of the keys and electric 'I ,. : 19c
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claim or demand shall be in writ :.f".q tJ 'II 11:
pow.-r takes over, turning out clear, vniform.prir ing and shall state the place of .
? perfect results even for beginners residence and poet office addressof 65 Feet-Lonfc t 'US i,,3dI t; D .
one hunt and peck typists. Don t tettieor the claimant, and shall be swornto 18 Feet'TOde rnS I -

a old fashion portable. Ge* by the claimant, his agent or his Snack Y I..' i 20 Years Law and Public SER?
attorney, and any such or .
power' ou demand not so filed shall be void. it'11J lib
CHARTERS 1\OMAf\{ j 36601.'f.e)
] S-h' Core"1*, ""ctric portable! AMANDA IIUTCHERSON, J 4j ,, I a 'FLA'.

As Administratrix of the estate THROUGH FnW; j.a *o 1:1"..: .. ....- ., ,1 Cc! <
SPECIAL OFFER'' F..T w .- / of P M Dawson deceased. Leaves Dock 7:3O'.A..Ar.'NJ .f : -II 1Mr. i: ''' jJ t t
Pint publication April 8th, 1960. j 1" "
Returns S to ft 4 j. j' .
f .. ? J A"r
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To tI ;
c: Trips Open Induri&ia& o'

fI Goodyear Tires $12J5 Saturdays-Sunday.Holidays: n9,. it!"g'1ttit[ Ju (#>kt' iCi i & .ryiiJvubuA 'J' J ciV b1h !.:

fl.1E. ;, f-.U !" f' JRroiKlly"Announces!
I y } Y Ft 670 x 15, Af-Weather, tube-typa, $5.00 PER pKRsbtt 1t 1 ;-t !-' n 1l ,,"p "b -' tlbF'w' :u1''' dt ..t.ik.t i& !!t. .

coro"- plus tax And recappable tire. ,n! I lB-t '.I''Itt t .1lt' .t Tret ;V' .'.. 97 ,blirWt \'fIt'd t3.,1 -....

I : BudSTEINILtTCIIE J, '"\I '. tl' b. J.u1 ,: ,m.?*" & M1IAAJ
MESSERBallay&TireC Capt. njJQt LN" .E .1.'" O' ftE o | *-* 4"
t i iM
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Are you peddling .nsurance,, .. ,
t' i "; r. fib'
OLD TIRESARE tranquilizers, shoes, or .'aa&:' to&tt6.AT'41. F! pAJd{ A
t I I mobiles? Keep the public 'informed : :: trd In'P'k'C ;' 1.$ l r : J : ::
valuable"'' ),1 enterN'Valdosta 'i 'a.s' to
j of services
UNSAFESpring with your r. ,1. t "."t ti' I','I .t. .,;, 'o' lit :a ; u Vt.4. IIIf
an inexpensivcj ..
',<: H ., 1 WE.CARRY'AJCOMPLBtB'lJN ow14j .J'.J 'V. <
weekly ad in The E-RJ'; laying

ts Tire Sale is now going nke things about J lo&l l folly :' :H N bG 1. -ineandeseen t .r.f, '.j!

7 'It i.'Also tll- rt AD tt.itBlrrlfN.SURFACK "i P'-b W" user
sI -Come in and get your set since 1866. .
d" u* '
: ,. of Firestone Tires. Now at a 'VOTEFOR---- ". Jt .if t.1tdT R. '" e MASTERPIECE DOUBLEv .
I :ce O r r t *v .. ..
oVmt'wI t 'Yt TiiJEfUi;: ,
;r' r t r w S %' great savings I)!
tilt won
----AND ELECTWILBURNT.DMB < I ri ?,/ j tf fc 0 ii : tI I

t. '1' J s7 N5"1'ER W1 J' };9FQUe,1 .

I .!!, ..Hlit/-: ?; ..'tal' r11sPLIAt '. -. tJ: i !.,, '. ., 'I. tw81. 6 d t. ;
r DAVISService JH'I" tMU"fl\fOf w. .9ftthet'e'R .Y I :
I -FOR .uM* ** 1d'ftt t iMc SI1 Yttl1

.. \i t ;. t :' ... lA3tiJ 1m'tTH <' MLLC. 'tltICALLYi .t 'q .-r.t\\' Ii 0'.J lbtt .
;' COUNTY COM3HSSIQNp: ,|. r* j, '1 JP-flU : n i if W :xe. ira w :+ ..O0/ sldiWr

1- THEER. Station District Three u 4 ..' rn"J''V f D O'v "1 ELECTRIC: : .eo. Ui "NI@ .

"' r1'1-j.j.! C .. M&"')? '(NJ 1N..I. ;o. i .i tr1eJ "tl 'lOttI"Ut 318bdlist:
A qualified who Ilk tinlo
sI Phone HU 3-GG01, Madison\ Fla. '* "d14o for the job! ,. ,. .. "
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r nonna noo ,I I I (PaM Pots t A'v'U... J:,, -=- I ::: tll" '1 1"t; ;: ,. ; tA t-: : =_ 1

Madison County has the ; OnJf 3,'" !t"!!" ... U.l! '11,'
Slight Charge .l a+'tW' :;" &iUnb1iii'i} \ "J' *
I reputation of having a good ,1yJA! rt t,,itt Lit I3 it ftP" U : IJ t"& 13 7A1( 'to

County Court Keep this good u .U 2IUl1ttfi.7'I .Ii !'e ttlno....: t "It Si' ntr..s lih.1a yin Iii Iii.; '1'1at
'()i i1"J-I"r .. d ;(rtw. 'ttd" s3' -
h4: rj reputation by Voting For and JI l '' 't ( W lCU sttv 31'j
l : ,
; .1iitk ht charge Is made for: Deselecting a man that has v ,} -._. -,- '1-utu etUvtwr Kit) rv.a .'v....OJ...'
,.ALL _. PEOPLE :ln. ) .orY'1 ,. .
ENTERTAINMENT y;,'\( r ..1'1.dI4HIt
himself qualified i 1tVery uJIJI..
proven J. Oil
Iv ItNMW\ gattYlrw
respect for the 4 : t
(regardless of sponsor) many J ". .
ABOUT CHEVY d iii (.' '-; 1..1 ,,r.I.'j'
S ,ALL NOTICES OF MONEY legal duties of this important I "
RAISING PROJECTS office. ALL AGREE ON J fIwlutlrl.I ... +, /., .'iJ >w t. u atst aF
regardless, of sponsor) J Aii THIS. 1" t. .I -t& ''' :1I 'tr'fI F
t H i1 1 .UJ-; t It
KIND ABOUT .MEETINGS OF' ANY : YOU CAN'T- r' v 'Ii" .. v I : ....Jir -- ... ..

(regardless of organization) .; .... .....;' _. .
......,. .
Prices are reasonable Rising ptoductlon ., (at.. ....
costs force us COUNTY JUDGEPaid f '.. '. a'b/lu.& ri .
to omit ALL : ,1uilY.1'A' Nr -" .
FREE ADVERTISING. ( Adv't) BUY ANY ," i ,.. ..,
rj Political : .: ; ; '\.I ; low iir .a. ...# W.. .r..u i

I .' t1! .,t .t t..upkeepl" sI .. \v t .. h
I .. l6 t : ,w t. t/fhtta> :
More Room Where FU';, Coil Ride. Body by Fisher-- Shift-free Turbo- Iat
: NEW HOMES S CAR FOR( : You V/ant More Nonetot.the other Upholstered: window j &lid6t-Ohly'carrinT* *.* if' .., ...

Room PMt Its field with"- *> 1ft a
; -Up to 3.1 caranearC, : r-. : inches wider seating size and price-andr Glass 'aU around, ;automatic r4nS-t''v than you'll find in for that matter,only $-t t, i k-A pera.ted fission that eljmiM'>0 ; "ih l.
-f'VOULD YOU BUILD A NEW HOME ON .: : competitive sedans. som4 YOU. LOT OR ACRE? LESS And Chevrolet'a est riding( higher I are FUHef'BbdV la fehifL Tt'ft'Oirf' of w** ,, t1) \t
NO 'MONEY DOWN ,4 trunk h&a up to pricedontcushion refinBttien you1' fiveChcry.transmt34y, v ,'y '1 i
t. CHECK THESE!, : : 22.5%* more useyou with coil: ) springs, won'b.gndR in other siona. thAlteazi),u HjJn' u.. : ., "

5 SILLS, NOT 3 able luggage apace at 'all'fbUf wheels. ,!QwpriAA4.DPk 1F.Jl.h:-seven. eB P MI' It) ;,
.Mtf on or&dAl data rtportcd td thirA>txrK5jU. ***e Wton ,, tOpUonal at extra co t. .
No. 1 FLOORING Mjow\ictwrtrs
,I NOT No. 2 ," t. -# '" '14' ,,. .h _' h .IMWI ...,
No. 1 SIDING NOT No 2 : U N lES S utrt'rtl f .. P "... .. .
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2x8 TERMITE FLOOR SHIELDS OISTS, NOT 2x6r _-:-' {dII I r.'. "" .! ra i' I. ,Ihu 4 .u d' 1t ., .. II

: CREOSOTE ALL SILLS and FLOOR JOISTS. II'S A 1:01.: ; T iIIL.: ;ifrh.... : .'.; : .., Mi'r \,!,. .

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During April we will install Aluminum Awning Windows CAR : ".1 ... ::1' ':at
: : ; ., u, ..urtJ .Ii. \
at No Extra Cost
j. .-
Up To 10 Years To Pay CIIEi'1tOLET'y; ,110 :f. fU ,wI" 'Iti

... REMODEL AND .. 7+r i AIto
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uxlttol c+at .r+o I
4 -: ,." ,
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Get prices and specifications, from the rest Then ......
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Trill buy from Sparks Best .. .:. V: .: G Itsimo.t.vaSWft Psd4n "of1YC IYfOIdIMW. !.. JtI't1tII t .rI .

Our Satisfied .... .:'1'1 (" ,.;JJ b I4/ .' tgmp.nG 1'1 .b mOdels rt ,f of I tVe, .!ty qr-priced..a y.INII"w ,eo\ :u;; 1'w t.M
customers ,are our GREATEST ,asset < .. / eon6o I.""""' ,ri4unrrdao t.frarle.. r egsbrrfices ttansnstri6al t Q, o.'Is .
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: '

I ',.' ; '* ,;' Write' .J '. -.tli":.-;:"';. ''. See your J local authorized CHevrotet dealer tor fastl!' e?:I fa V o r 1 ::7 :.11 J. :tt "y. & n.d Jfidlh, ui- <1.. .

"( .T ;' ,. '.,.'1".." .. ,,)1 : u-jt$ .& ,"
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112 W. Base st. jJ I Madison, Florida JIUM 3-2293

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and some said that when SU -
ford made a speech for 1tlartin
.nell fa NBtif( h. in Orlando they started to

... MJEWt. iiJ am I__ CYfII ........ throw Stafford into the Jake. ELECTSamuel P' a
Published Weekly Subscription $3.76 Per Year in Advance Well, Sholtz got elected, and: :
Delayed Renewals $4.00 Per Year it was not too long before they .
pot to getting down on Da e. S. Smith
Advertising Rates Made Known on Application :
... In fact, Governor Cone, who .
Entered at the Madison Post Office as second-class matter Juna succeeded Sholtz, berated

!*. 1908 under Act of March 8. 1879.WNERST.C.MERCHANT Sholtz in his inaugural addres, .

T. MERCHANT, JR. and four years later when Cone CIRCUIT JUDGE S az .
AND ASSOCIATES unsuccessfully ran for Senate, .
J he talked a good bit again
NEW ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED, 1901 Sholtz, even though Sholtwasn't .: ., i iThird JUdicial Grant :

CONSOLIDATED, JUNE 25, 1908 running. .,_ 'f4.
'( ;i.
T. C. MERCHANT, Editor and Publisher r [

T. C. MERCHANT JR., Managing Editor From Slums To Gary! : ..: .:: <; :j*'.' : :--L I
MBS. A. W. ANN, City Editor ; .., qy. ,"" ;":" ".,..
11 MRS. W. E. WILSON, Advertising Manager. More impressed, however, I ><'t?; .
than by the passing of a distingUished ,
j R1Dp days, a political campaign 18 educator and of "....,...'/ .." '\"""' ..
a very expensive luxury. prominent political figures, i if ;: 1

he may be excused, the writer

: was by the passing Saturda Born and reared in Madison County, Florida. '
Har T. Be 4\
o night of a man of another race e:*. f;,.
teAs u.tri elec1 ""' -', and of another color, Toyohil Educated in Madison County-Schools; Emory UnJ4 ji,. ;
Kagawa, 71, who died of a '; .
i' 'f
heart attack at his home i in versiry and Cornell Law School.ea -
And that leads us to the '
f ,
B As The 'i ; I
sy :--,; conclusion that the coat of Tokyo. Kagawa was born of a .. .$". ';
Candidates ..v "! conducting a political campaig woman of the street in the ::. t .,,' m U. S. Army as Infantry Unit Commander. !1
is entirely too high. In the fin slums of Kobe and if anyon
Wounded three times in action
decorated I
T This is our last issue befoi place, the filing fee of the candidate could be forgiven for living ;a i ,

the big day next Tuesday: is much too great The worthless life, certainly he .. for bravery. .
I fine sho wins may possibly be fight hate been. But he overcame "., '1 C v, << '.. .... .f'',
tweet-pand able to absorb it with hi all obstacles, became an l' Married\ living and/fiye children in Lake $7' .
in the past four weeks (we dLot salary, but it is rough on the ordained minister at the age of *?&f ", \ .
50 and set out to preach the T Gty/ : i W+Y Iii
know yet how many page loser. Possibly a $25 or $50 fin ,
the current issue will be), along order to show good faith, Gospel to the poor in the slum .. 4' '." .:: ., .. .J..'

:with the election tickets and should be the maximum in j a ol his native city immediate! "'"...,.: ,

'other things, we may be considered -, county like ours, and a hun upon graduating from the Kobe I;.
to have been about as dred dollars or so for the state Theological School lie not only H '}
busy as the candidates have The Governor races, for those preached to the poor but he i
been. And the candidates have who have any chance, especially bed among them and set up] ElectSAMUEL !

been busy too, even those with have been expensive, mud! a free clinic to care for the
only] one county, or, for that more than even a rich man sick. It was while working there
matter; one Justice of the< could encompass; and therefore hat; he contracted trachoma
Peace district, to cover. the candidate, if he expects tx from which he never fully re S. SMITH 1;
make much of a showing, has covered.: .
to get help from others, and

The Nearly Final all of Gun the county races that doesn't. Governor leave him t Catts untrammeled .,, Great Citrus County \ Circuit Judge, Third Judicial Circuit m .. J

will be decided Tuesday, only; years ago, would sometimes Hernando county, located in .
take up a collection to defrajcampaign ifentral Florida on the Gulf ol .
five of the places having more
and it is II expenses-and some 'Mexico: has an area abouihreefourths
than two .(Paid Political Advertisement) \
possible that some of these will even charged that he made< that of Madison
be concluded should a strong money conducting a campaign;; ounty: and a population a littlenore j
cmdidate'develop in them. The< I nowadays friends and well than. half as great. lit LUNCHEON COMPLIMENTS

f final speaking gun will be fired 'wishers are touched; some be assessed valuation however, ba BRIDE-ELECT .-.61:
here Saturday afternoon.&veralRtiOffs cause they like the candidateand I i little greater than Madison -
what he stands for, and C ounty's and its effective buyIng .
some because there might be consider- Miss Ruth Sims, bride-elect was
f ; income per capita ,PLAY complimented with a luncheon
;. some gravy for them later Incase ibly greater. The county is a Saturday at the Madison Woman's
.>. Over the state it is certain the majority of the electors leader in the citrus industry,, SAFE Club given by her aunt Mrs Fred'
that there will be a run-off, for I vote the way they do. with large production of tangerines Freeman of Cherry Lake. Twelve
Governor, and the various can I .. oranges and grapefruit GETVOUR guests were seated for a two-
didates that have any chance Int. The LakeThe 'arm crops include corn, field << course luncheon. Centering the
luncheon table was an artistic arrangement -
are working feverishly for one eaS, sweet potatoes, sugarcane POLIO
of iris and
of roses
has lost
state some
of those spots. We think we peanuts, chufas, and vel- amaryllis. Mrs L R Sanders of
can name the. top two, but we iU prominent men-and so also ,'et beans. Watermelons, eggplants SHOTS Lake CitY was among the guests.
will not go out on a liriore has! our own county-in the beans, cabbage, and J The hostess presented her niece
than likely-well, that's certain past few weeks. In last week'sIssue tier vegetables are grown in NOWI, with a silver gravy bowl in her
too-there will a run-off i we gave a few notes, large quantities. Commercial pattern.
of State, and largely on the personal side, of
for Secretary fishing is important, also poul-
quite likely one for Commissioner the veteran Commissioner of try raising, and the limerock .
of Agriculture, althoughin Agriculture Mayo. Then lastsreek ndustry is of great importance. I
the latter case it could be Dr Strozier, Georgia-born. limestone: clay, and phosphate
that one of the two generally with many Northern contacts, are the principal mineral resources ,
considered strong men might died of a heart attack. Perhaps deposits ,
and there are also :
make it in the first round. We I the heavy duties of head of a of fuller's earth. Much

should not be surprised to seethe big University together with all jirdwood timber is in the .

State Treasurer's race con- that race racket recently connected ounty. Hernando county was ... -
cluded next Tuesday, and posIsibly I with the school and the trmed[ in 1843 from Alachua COMPLIMENTED WITH COFFEE
the Railroad Commission- I city were more than his heart county and at first was named 'We are headquarters I.r.1I
could stand. Even so, he was Miss Barbara Naughton, popular
in which
er's race, I Benton county. Later the name
his to making a grea.tUnh'ersity '. bride-elect was complimented witha for Major Appliances.
born Jim Blanton is a strong m way Then the 'as changed to Hernando, for charming coffee given by Mn
contender. We do not know too greater. the first name of the explorer H D Oxford, Mrs Francis Phillips
much about the Circuit Judge next day Stafford Caldwell I. fernando[ DeSoto. Next week, and Mrs Clifford Ayer at }Irs WESTERN AUTOMrs
race, but we should suppose; collapsed: while making a speech ligh lands county. Oxfords home Saturday morning .
that will into the secondprimary. at the Masonic Grand Lodge. Beautiful arrangements of mixed ..
go Stafford was hardly more than Spring flowers were placed in the J 0 Wade Mrs J G Ashley -h"Cbai.>,III'".
n boy when he was elected State CORRECTION hall where Mrs F E Naoghton. and Mrs Waring Wyche. Asia,III BIll.K uasa...+.oaJf....DbrllrBonAsir ".....
Miss Naughton and her maid of i 'The hostesses presented the honoree -
An Expensive LuxwrySome .\ttorney of this circuit forty- ids Joyce Littleton was named honor Miss Helen Grady received with gifts of china and silverin
eight years ago, and some even to Phi Delta Pi, honorary society Red amaryllis were placed in the her pattern.
will feel quite happy aid that he hadn't tried a at FSU recently, and not Alpha den. The dining table, overlaid Among the out.of-town guests
next Tuesday night, some will rase up to that time. Even so, XI i Delta as stated. with an imported linen and lace were Mrs J L Studstill Jr, Mrs SOOTHER 1 NIJROBEN CO I:
be disappointed, and a third he beat Jim McKinnon of cloth held an arrangement of Sam Smolev and Mrs B J RandeH.
group will gird up their loins Madison and Jim Hodges of white sweet peas gladioli and
for three more weeks of grueling take: City both. Later he ran 25 in. Heavy Duty Rotary baby's breath in an antique silverbowl
and a silver FOR 8166FR PROFITS
work. The second primary, twice for Governor, in 1932 caDdelabruml
Power Motors holding white candles, with the OY1NtA ;
if anything, is harder than the I and in 1936, but couldn't make lines service at one end. The man- .. .SE YOUR vim
first: even if not so long. Those I it either time. In 1932 he got $59.95 I tel... decorated with similar NITROGEN DEALER.
who win next Tuesday will have Iropped out in the first primary flowers aDd feet peas were usedon
gotten what they were after; and then'started to making EASY TD MSBallery the coffee table. Mrs F E -
those who lose win naturallybe speeches for John Martin, Sauchton and Mrs Turner Davis FARMERS'

disappointed; yet having run who went into the second primary lesser & Tire poured.Greeting guests at the front :MUTUAL

a political race, even thoughone with Dave Sholtz. A good door Weft Mrs T C Goody. Mrs EXCHANGE
loses, has 'some compensations many people were rather down Compaiy ruroer Davis and Mrs R C Horne )fAIWTIFJa..
albeit, in these inflation in Governor Martin. at the time .. Also assisting in entertaining were
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LIVE STOCK AUCTION BABY LEWISMr view hospital Valdbsta Apr ISttL

SELL your cattle and hogs in our WE ARE HEADQUARTERS Mrs Lewis is remembered here as
auction each Monday. Sales start at
< 1:00. MONTICELLO STOCKYARDS FOR MAJOR APPLIANCES. and Mrs Roy Lewis of Jacksonville -i :Miss Sara Martha King daughterof

tIiii. Monticello, Fla. are announcing the birth i Mr, and. Mrs G M KlngfcfPinetta.
Registered Angus bulls for sale of a little daughter Laura Dale' i. s

at all times.COMPLETE. WESTERN I Lewis, 7 Ibs and 6H ox at Pine- i ,4* *


1 \ k4t S .. _....-_. u.-.
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w. B. Bar., Jr. FOR room RENT apartment: Unfurnished; and furnished 2-bed- zj 1 DINNER PARTY t I

2-bedroom and 1-bedroom apart -
ACREAGE FARMS 3-2523. Miss Barbara Naughtoo and
BUSINESS William Begcs were honored with
a formal dinner Tuesday evening
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE WANTED. Good Rawleigh in the private dining room at
TITLE INSURANCE business now open in Madison Coun CO.AT Hotel Madison Hosts were Mr
112 West Base Street ty. If willing to conduct Home Service and Mrs J O Cooke, Jr Mr and
business with good profits, see
MADISON. FLORIDA Mrs Ashley Beggs, Mr and Mrs )
C E Live Oak
Howe, 914 White SL
t Phone HU 36277FOR or write immediately. Rawleigh's VALDOSTA, GA. William Bunker and Mr and Mrs *$$
J Dept, FAD-140-45 Memphis Term. Dial CH 2-53M .' Graham Wheeler. .
i SALE 34-2t-pd free PAC Decorations 011hi! long table ,

One new 3-bedroom house, $9800. laid for 24 guests were pink mumsin
} 'One C-B 3-bedroom FHA house. SITUATION WANTED Will do MHS STUDENT COUNCIL a silver container with pink l
baby sitting Reliable Inquire
T5U% mortgage, cash to mortgage BERT TAYLOR'S GROCERY SPEAKS ribbons reaching the length of the

92500. frame house i in STORE, Hanson, Fla. table A three course turkey a
One 3-bedroom
On 13 the dinner was served .,.
Wednesday, April ,
lEdgewood subdivision, $7,900. TAKEN UP: Five small hogs. ... '-
One 100-acre farm, with 3-bed Owner can claim and pay ex- Student Council Organization of The honorees were presentedwith 4k : '
Madison School held gifts of silver in their pattern ;
iroom "house $13,500. penses. ED TOWNSEND. Rt. L HIgh an open S
One Florida dairy. One Georgia MadIson Fla. 33-331-pd. meeting in assembly. Miss Susan from the hosts who also presented

1atry. McCoy Chairman of Assemblies Miss Naughton with a corsage of .

For best results list your property Notkes Rave the devotional service after Eucharist lilies.LUNCHEON.

with- the National Anthem had been COMPLIMENTSBRIDE

played. President John Mercer: explained ELECT
1 JBroadus WiloughbyREALTOR (A modest charge is made for the procedure of business The home of Mrs Julian DuRantwas
public notices In this
and told the student body the purpose the setting Saturday for a

of the meeting was to presenta luncheon complimenting Miss Barbara -
'Office MADISON phone, HU 3-6481 proposed Constitution for the Naughton, popular bride-elect
Residence HU 3-6481 Student Council Organization. The Mrs A F Harrison was hostess \
student body took an enthusiastic with Mrs DuRant. Mixed spring
interest in the new Constitution. flowers were used in the floral arrangements Florida's Cabinet System provides a continuity

FOR SALE repairing; done by set "doctora"We At 730 Friday evening the Student In the rooms. Twelve of xp ria>nc.d leadership which keeps our State

Council Organization, composed guests were seated for a three government on an even keel. Experience: is the

Hadden Estate, lot 210 x 105 3 of the House of Representatives course luncheon. Miss Betsy Harrison most important quality which we must demand

bedrooms, 1 bath, beautiful oak trees and the Council of Presidents assisted with hospitalities. in the man we elect as our State Treasurer.
shrubbery, needs repairs but Miss Helen Grady, of Jacksonville -
and held a banquet in the lunchroom State Treat *
possibilities( for i a I. Edwin Larson for 19 years your
has wonderful of the high schooL: The Invocation was an out-of-town guest.
has that experience!
beautiful home. TERMS was by Miss. Susan Mc The honoree received a gift of tzn. ifs, AAwNA .fs

-EXCELLENT- - Coy. After the meal the guests a silver tray from Mrs DuRant,,
80 Acres land $80.00 per acre. were introduced by John Mercer and a silver covered dish from Mrs Re-Elect J EDWIN .
160 acre farm, priced for quick who also presented the after-dinner Harrison.]

SALE know how to diagnose your speaker, Mr Orvis E Day. Mr'.
$11,000.NOTlCl TVs ills and cure 'em fast Burch Cornelius then introducedthe LARSONSTATE
week the Student Council
: guestspeaker, Dr John E Last
thanks to
QUITMANTELEVISION Sandsbo; delivered an address, Organization completed

m LOCATIONBYRON The Unsung Hero: The Public Mrs Mary Stout the redecorating I TREASURERear's
: SERVICE chool-teaeher. The banquet was of the teacher's lounge. Several

closed with the group singing of other friends also helped.
HOTEL 401 E Stevens St. The More We Get Together and ---=- SW.

We Repair was followed by a dance.

1 BUILDINGIUCINDY Record-P1ayers-AutomobUe Few Choice Selections RadiosA The morning of April 19 saw ,

( IN USED TV SETS the most enjoyable event of a e
Work guaranteed satisfaction Womanless Wedding produced by
J. YARNER PROMPT' COURTEOUS SERVICE the Student Council Organization i \\A

OUR WAY OF SAYING in the auditorium of the high

REALTOR THANK YOU" school. Two hundred and seventy
Phone 9481 Quitman Ga. seven people attended the one-act
Phone HU 3-6848 Buddy Tillman Charles Rogers comedy. .

Nights & Smday: HU 3-68C8 The theme of the wedding was

J. D. Scruggs the marriage of Napoleon, the I

: Sheffield Great, and his wife, who were the
of the Empire / '
Sweeps. Reasonable price. Con- SURVEYOR Emperor: and Empress
of France. The ushers, Edward
g Florida. 34.ltchPETS Almond and Howard Donald
FLA. '
son lit the candles and then they
ushered the mother of the groom

AKC Chihuahua- puppies blue GffiARDIN JEWELERSFor Wayne Gibbs, to her seat. The

ream, white fawn brown, also two father of the groom was Johnny
long coat Chihuahua puppies. Phone Williams. The mother of the bride

-CHerry 2.1587, Valdosta, Ga. 35-2tpd SILVER, CHINA, CRYSTAL Charles Armstrong then took her .
FOR SALE: Old-fashioned green leat.The : ,
also REPAIlUSGEI soloist, Russel Long, :
hundred one
cane, $2.00 per ..
milk goat, flowing heavily now. sang. .
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F G GARY 405 W. Jordan Madison He was accompanied by Mr Or-
Florida. 34-lt-ch NATIONAL vii Day. The parson Arnold S
BRIDALSERVICE Kramer the groom William Clark
Nice home one block
High School and the best man, Randall Buchanan S
from Greenville !
Price 6000. J. B. DAVIS phone took their positions. Then the >r
HU 3-6601, Madison, Fla. 29-tf-ch VALDOSTA GA. bride's maids began to enter. They. .
were Sandy Hardce Freddie
FOR SALE: High quality yearling 303 No. Patterson Maury Blalock and Johnny Plant.The .
heifers. BOB LAWTON, Sampala
Lake Farm Rt. 3. Greenville, Fla. maid of honor. Billy Rutherford I
Phone Madison HU 36860.326tch J.LCASECrawler then came in. I r
t After the red carpet was rolled r
i """'- SELLING- timber out the flower girls came in. Theywere .Last winner has won again/
BEFORE your Tractor '
John Booland,
We Wayne
see rae. '
or timber land. please and Jimmy Conway. U"'. BIGGEST SALES SUCCESS IS GOING STRONGER THAN EVER IN I960.ONE
interested la buying + wheel farm equipment Jimmy Bunting
also tractor, and s
Mercer, was
limited amount of plat-hardwood franchise: available for Madison area. The bride John : I

pulpwood delivered by track to. Contact JAMES LEE 1312 NE20th escorted in by her father, Buddy I Wither OM rear from Introduction the Ford ThasderbinTs own V-8 engine. ,,
Foley, FUu or loaded on R R cars.See AVE, phone FR 28601. RapnI.rbe train bearers were :'Cftltxie the Thnaderbud of the low-price field And for I960 Ctkue has more room for sii
write or calL Gainesville, Fla. 34-3t-pd Billy Bunting and Jimmy Stokes, 'ba become the world bert-tefling series For passengers than ever before! \
p. GIBSONRt. who were followed by the ring !''I960 it is even DOTS tcnurioml. Yet, ill-new and elegant u the Calaxie is, it ... ," I .
3. Madison Florid For your grinding and mixIng -I 'The wedding Inside and out. in ttjte and luxury, the till sports a low Ford"price tag. So tike a tip -
Dwaine Norris
bearer, the I960'Ctluje
Phone: Cherry Lake 8363 WEST Ctluie u unmistakably Tnaa&rbird. from all America. Come testoriTO !
houseon on your farm, call was objected to by a young For power,you can bare the lightning**of the -the best-selling car in the world.
FOR RENT: Three-bedroom END MILLING COMPANY, lady, Jimmy Stanley. She was re

Oak Drive. Can Howard 3-6106, Quitman, Ga. Call phone 4971' 1nOby her pa, Arnold Haire. Com U. th. Wonderful New World of Fords at your Ford Dealer9 r.a-.r., r
office phone Hu by allexcept -
Studstlll, collect.JOHNW.WADSWORTH. The event was enjoyed
residence phone Hu 36630.33tfch the mother of the groom

) I and the mother of the bride. The HARDEE MOTOR CO.-

Lange Coundl wishes to thank Miss
'FOR RENT: Unfurnished Sandra Uhn for playing the Wedding .
apt newly painted gas water Registered Serwytr CORNER BASE & HANCOCK STREETS, MADISON FLA.
heater. One furnished apt. Mrs Much The wedding gownwas

E F Dickinson, Phone IIU 3-2396, Phone HU 3-2372 designed and made by Kiss SEE FORD STARTUtE IN LIVING COLOR TUESDAYS ON NBC TV ' MADISON. FLORIDA Annell Ragans and John Mercer.

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service 118 N. ors to S Paone>> 1313635 COUNTY FLORIDA: EQUITYW
'A preaching
WE Bible Study: Wednesday 7:30 P. M. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
lit 2nd and and 3rd 4th Sundays Sundays everyiun 0.00ama. Set kkrS tang: 'PrMay 1:00 P. MMlnistr.Schoolt In re: Estate of Joseph Kosiertak, HANCOcK vi'RICHARD Plaintiffs J ABOUT MOP.INSURANCE '
MYalchto5 aRd.
each Friday 8:00) P. H STRINGFELLOW,
Sunday School m .
Sunday at a > ttBIble.' Study AUDREY STRINGFEtLOW, and
Prayer Service each /; uOOLmd t/.lf AGAINST SAID ESTATE T J BEGGS. JR. Defendants.
SeeKers WeJ e.D'p .
Wednesday : 8:0p p. m., NOTICE OF RECEIVER'S SALE
; a m ''
l Collection Taken You and each of you are hereby
Family Night covered '.': r Dish Svppetid notified and required to present Notice Is hereby given that under
dish Friday" and by virtue of the order enteredon
X11 Sunday any claims and demands which you
before lit Sunday 1 1 0 p. every t a 7:00 p. m. ., .Ap RTISaPlease lei or either of you may have againstthe the 15th day of April. I960 by
:Woman's Society O! ; .:, W Christian Ser- us have your ADS by TUBS estate of Joseph Kosienfak, the Honorable R 11 Row, one oi

Christian ; > Monday night! aftet DAY OON.. THANKS. THE deceased, late of said County, to the Judges of the Circuit Court.'I, 'I

meets 1st Sunday ServItI: :00, ,k Sit 7:30 p. m. I& R ..a .. S a the, County Florida Judge at his of Madison office In County the i Madison certain cause County.therein Florida. In ,
sere' Club meet
Methodist l" '; : court house of said County at !v.htchV E Hancock and Eppie Lee I
alternately with RocJcy VL. : 1a1 Cherry Lake on h5UNOAX.PROGR1M, SCHEDULE )Madison Florida within eight calendar Hancock are plaintiffs and Richard :

Springs Tuesday lafte 'i the 4th Sunday 4..... .,.-W M.r.A, F' months from the time of the 11 Stringfellow, Audrey W String
1 4th Sunday C": (..m., $ t 7:30 A. M. Gospel- Music first publication of this notice. fellow and T J Beggs Jr are de-

Official Board mle *t" ed-: Th Board meets each x..7.55. ..News>.,... Each claim or demand shall be In Pendants in chancery I as Receiver,,,

nesday each even numbered% Ilowing the supper onNight i S00( .", Baptist tHour writing, and shall state the placeof appointed by the Court in said order
: services 11'; 'S'.fter and office address will offer for tale and sell at public i.
prayer ,.,8J3Q.. ', ,Gosptl,3fusk residence post
Commission on Education' P. YELL S. S. Supt 9:00 Revival, Time of the claimant, and shall be outcry to the highest and best
In:: Wednesday each 'odd 'numbered. ; V CATLEDGE Treai.VIS. 11:30"Gospel .Concert sworn to by the claimant, his agentor bidder or bidders for cash at the
month after prayer service.. '". .1 PASTOR 10:00 News attorney, and any such claim: or premises known as the Beggs Building
JAMES SHEFFj :Si 10W'M ""SoBdiy"Serenade demand not so filed shall be void.ANGEUNE a hotel and grill located at ; ill ," ....".\-t.'
THOMAS e Charge 10:45 'Prduae Yo Worship MANDZIARA the Northwest corner of Base and tt\

COCH1 Lti Pastor 11:00 .. Morning Worship! As executor of the Last Will and Range Streets on the South Half : : :.
pastor ; .. ,.... deceased. of Lot 122. Block 17. Town of \
::::;.. U -cu 12tOO '. Newt Testament of Joseph ; :'" ..,.,,,,\
"' Madison Madison County Florida t'. ,11" "
12:161.1 Aftgtcooa Melodies .
FIR ruaciiA. 4 .p ...... .f'.}; ,-..... First publication Friday, April 15th, on the 2nd day of May 1960 between r'f'! _.'.
1:00 AiernppnT:30 Melodler I960. the hours of 11:00 a. m. and
Sunday A 4 r -II p.m. w Afternoon Melodic 2:00 p. In, the following1 described
Mingo p' :._" : : unday oo e ry1g ""I40 f Serenade la Blue property to-wit: All: of the propertyof C. E. QUICK

Baptist TralHANSON Uf1e ,bM: : riD:00 a. m... 1:33"New*' CARDOFTHAMS the defendants Richard H.
Evening Wo .-- .. 11'!l} bit ie o f Youth Fellowship and Audrey W String. HU 3-6163 BOX 292
"- Hoar Decision
"' tee >r r* f9 si f JWJO) .o: -
Prayer Me P I '(\crd. 'P. 6:0p.m: fellow, consisting of personal
.k .. ":I '--1 BOB SEARCYSUh\WyBchool Supt'Zadkf 1e:30 > Musical Sunday We wish to thank everyone for MADISON. FLORIDA
.. Niws property, assets merchandise, furniture This Gulf Life tell
,2:55 a R their acts of kindness and sympathyand agent can
y 3Qrr..",..,.Musical Sunday for the beautiful flowers: at fixtures and chattels used In you how, with Adapt-A-
Preaching 5ervicTF.lsXto chk> ,,awlt 4th Sundays connection with and located in that
and Third Sunday 11:00 A, z.L 11:30 am and 7:30 praBundiy 'tin'!' '*" the time of the death of our father bus! Plan, your insurance is
4:00 :tIt Parades, John M Davis.. certain hotel and luncheonette adaptable. For example, a
VT t, :oe%o,1oo.p jSdrol wfyl Sunday i iTp f. and grandfather the
in the Beggs Building on
4S Newt ness family income plan can also
Sunday School Sunday ),. h every r e yo .r p ''Tsitic A''f'Sandowa' Northwest corner of Base and Range
5.-00 MRS GUS DAVIS provide substantial retirement
A. :M. and
Family --1hhU t... a..e A0 CHURCHARTHUR "3i30' Ii Heidtoetv& Weather MRS. A M LARSEN, JR. Streets in the Town of Madison. income. Give hima
: 3Sign' ''-Off Madison County. Florida. call today!
Ever PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO A detailed inventory of the

REV A 3Liiornlng CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE TOPS specific personal property is available
I COUNTER and be seen at the officeof
nop BAPTIST CHURCH orshl .,, A. Mnmday may Recei'erherein. For Quality Furniture
Sunday 1 ,.,. ..., 10:00 A, M<| Evening P. MP. : Daily Program Schedule G-E APPLIANCES Randell, at Madison H Rowe Florida.Jr.
KITCHEN CABINETS The property may be seen and FLOOR COVERING T.V's
Baptist W .
WMAF 1230 ON YOUR DIAL Inspected at the premises described
Evening 6:00 Ait Sign On above by applying to said Receiver MSFURNITURECO.MAtilSON
MIdwBroth s A eat 6:02 Fla. Firm Hr. 1 iB Said property Is being sold to .
---,--- --t"i4 hr'stl9. r CRUCE, Training Union .. 6.ZV ld.A?State News ill satisfy said order of this Court and FLA.
of eacl111'OQth..at1:30..r; 1-pt1tCt tI ;- '., 6.30 Farm hour ail costs and subject to any and

WMU every second' '.Tuesday:'and;fourth 7:30 pn ERNEST GURR, Mint tt ire., 46)o ;t gahridc, all personal property taxes existing For The Best QualityRe4Jpholstering
t ; :.l.'fi r.'; 44y Wed. FriXi53 .)I
: the same.
:S.4' ; against
S. 'Sopl:
LAMB T. U:' ,DJwcto I WELCOME TO } "' 'w rW\Nt\DS ._ We are headquartersfor This April 19, 1960.
JIMMY B NEW HOME BAPTIST CHURCHCome ,1:00 S ate !i eM ..... RANDELL H. ROWS JR. Attorney .
Worship Us
1i01 'CWte WlUi Ray at Law Madison Florida.
TO 'i Sunday School10.00 A* M .745 World swat Major Appliances. at the most reasonable prices
APTIS'T1C11UftCH 'ointnWa-, pnh \- 11OO.A. UEapUst Mats News ANYWHERE,
MT. OL1V JJ :fO Jumbo Hamburgers in3in
Giant _
Sunday School ....._' jOOOr; ::k' flValnlnj,Union'I } ,6: 0.P. l-tJ .'15 'W News WESTERN AUTO
t 1rleiting, '\30."p. JJ(. ; bun 40c.WHITE Call or Write -
Morning Worship 11:00 A.!W! 'W'I'I\--' 8:00: 'o-.uei,.wltJi Ray
Training Union *..,:; ., ;tf30" P.)1Evening '3itd week.-.PrJ; \ -,: :3O.p,')I. 9:00 : c.VtvoUonl TOP DRIVE-IN
Wprshlp _.... 7:30

Prayer Meeting';.'.:...___ 7.30 P. NChurch ,licUes : ::, q.v. ,SJS-. Sup 1\ Urd1mlted Termites Swarming BUSINESSMEN . .
Business Meeting 'FIrat Sto Andrews;s..BsNT.,.U. .Directo 10:00,.. 415 S. Horry St., Madison
REVS; FLORID 'L'X0S, _Paste 10:05" .. 1 ted CALL If you want customers every
Wednesday tolgfrt,of month, .' "' Phone 1W 3-6630
nrolhcrho ... Hours: 9 to 11, 12 to 3:30
night of each mtmtfi?**! : v r<\ '' ;
Thursday 'c.i $ftcjt 11310tt. a about it in an E-R ad every
Breaching Service Every ,ifundaj' Preaddg Serricet erery Sundt; 11:15 to .11ed Co. reek Representing

l. Come Worship With'UA. :,;,..v "Morning.Service .HIK) > A. 'M.Evening 13&o ", ", "r' SOUTHLAND FURNITURE
r RED 'r.sAt'rit r f-ft. i 'Service ,8ooa:M, 12:00, I d 293-J Perry Florida
.-b ........_._._._i :,_..._. Sunday School ,every Simdaj+:. fc.t 17:13' .. .otesYrIOte Phone :\.,.. WHOLESALE RE-UPHOLSTERING
LEE B/UmST/ CHURCH,,.. 1 :\0:00..1D \ .. ; ;.. ... .,-' t TowD Giant Jumbo Hamburgers in Box! : lOOt 311 S. Forrest St.
:t: ::!
REV L i&igt !. .Jirtse'
TJCAnTER*" *. **. : undav'at.$:45 .. C-in bun 40c.WHITE CONSTRUCTIONNew Phone CH 2-4970
Services every Sufed, y 1245. SJaj 1 1w'2iG
1fee aeida
Sunday School':f ''' 10:00 A M. at Prayer 8fl0.P. 3 e'f' .:\\f" \ ;.1.1rl 1 '. ,FattllfNe9.fl TOP DRIVE-IN and RemodelingHowerton VALDOSTA, GEORGIAALL
Morning Worship' :....... 11:00 A. M. } Weather (
Tirnmrsilay even"month : KcwsParade Co. WORK:
Training ITn'Afitejii' J T ?:nft-t>.<-M. a!1:30( -PIL*""* 1* v'" ftrf um Supply
Evening Worship'-....J 8:0OPr M. E'I''bodyV..cJ.comer' "- -. 1.SS: News -:.w NEW ELECTRIC 10-KEY( Unconditionally Guaranteed

Player Mcetlf .Syed. .7.:30 P. M. REV. J:: R.: COLLINS Pastor 2:00 Gorpel Time: ADDING MACHINES ------
',? "MOSELE J\iA d--IIlt'X"LSTy' .. 2:30 Public Service
i ;AbISON H OF CHRIST '2-45 j "elodIet( VICTOR . .. . $171.00 WE DON SERVE

REV. JACK LA3iB :.",y tor; : l. '1 se 255- / (ate Newielodies BURROUGHS ... ..209.50 (
"' s'a bt1 .y111bJc.! L0.iMI6 y : [
SappjCh3I 1oara'btBilly + ., >
B. R.
Deacons. ,. I" c..M. ;.". I M CLARY .. .. .. .... 225.00 TEA, BUT .

Bailey ., ODHNER ... ... ... 259.50

Leroy Leroy Cruse Cruse 4 ate Newi TOT ALIA .. .. .. .. .. 259.00"
Merle E and state
Miss 6:45 plus fed. tax
Higbllthtt s
Cruse ...__ Pianist o
Mrs Juanita *
Sunday School ..LJ .<:CUW&-)( !. f.l l dltin i t+6:PlV 5 VTwfuih?Ness Tunes THEENTERPRISERECORDER

Morning Worship ._ UKXrA.: : M. Services every first and third Mi'f
Training Union ',w :1,, \' Smidtyv tte1 Ti'. 1i3d'8J'iiSeAdSy' rfW 5S e f.Tio 3 iF 9 ?O?*-* HU 3-6361 '
1. *
Evening WommI'ISOPJP\ ,' f"ErmPly'W 40! TONightwithBWd
Prayer Meeting Wed. '1:3b P. .L ,

:gust. as I am. without one,jOO,. 9 eMityt .7 ; o) ,oTLCEJ WITH p -
I come. negardlcrss bt'"Ot.Ir"do.l_ .;: rr; J ""_"rq'l4r r ,. r KEEP UP POLITICSIN f (
condition. Whether cotton. Home ..1 .; f r"PLslorri THE E-R ,
.. YCJt
.. ,, ..,
spun. You are .*vflcoW3} ;lh- our; .1'1 i ., "f1J"9 \
9"M '' ** "" 'J CltuHdt'
church service. "<>< c..< 5_ .$f'.. ..' : ..... r Georgia \t:797);
Sunday School __ 10:00 A. M. I CARL V. IVEY. Pastor soait.e PLATE GLASSGLASS '-
Worship_._ J&"W\> 4..Mv "D1 : ,'
Morning und4r tldnodh: :.=. 10:1l1f A.sMM .Uhfr ln.k e: .. ;
Evening Worship ..._.. 7:30 P. M. Morning Worship! ..:..- 11:00 A. !d. e.o.rer .t radii, fiat aabott.t wider Company
Youth Service Wednqgdav g:00 P. M Choir iPratticeframing ..eP.lM: trst.eno.&kt.t rf foil
REV. B. B. BR1CKEEY, Pastor Union M 630.M. k.e a Ak.eel.c but we do just about everything else we can think( of

. L. D. S. 1ERVICC aening Worship 7-.0 a.LI. GLASS BLOCK yf to make you feel at home here. We try to express our
Prayer Meeting Wed. .:30 P. )l1'1. ero.R see e +at wa.r asLenJo.'to steeere appreciation of your banking busteese by the
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF" ) .. '".'.:'F 3 t i f 'fir MIRRORS which dale
OAVsAltW I. .tom friendly: competent, helpful way in we jt.
LATTER SEVENTH-DAY TtUrf. 1-TbrrMflb A.w s .aoOU ff. tXA

Sunday School........... 10:00"L: roSacramezu ," CHURCH; :, 1Seniees I Mi fart k.dwaA 215 W. Savanvah Ave. Tours always welcome here!
Meeting ..?_. 11:00 a. m. e\TTySaturday, at Joad- )-4.e e s..l..+.i.a Phone: CHERRY 2-5283
w .wti : w..Mf.L t atie.tert .
Iteliei-Boca r t1n rta.e,steers gV i* 4 04 Valdosta, CeorgU BANK OF GREENVILLE
and"pmeant CC as W announced'at'Sa&a- sabba .1 SChool begins 2 p. m9pwSen 8*. t of tfc thee ci nficfmrtpot tbea.h ...
Meeting. I lrfk ice at 3 p. *** J.r.4 for *.*r M TMT*. 2<-v. FOLEY LAWN MOWERS

mrJO\ I IffAi q Y T3sa 10 per cent Down Payment .
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VOL. LEX No. 35 Return Postage Guaranteed FRIDAY, APRIL Price |Qc Yearly Subscription $3.7S; Delayed Renewals *4.00

' MMtberF* Tt: UK DeBtcratkYtters Revival at Fist Baptist There Is No) Substitute I Fellow Citizens! Mrs. Lucy Gardner ./j I

Seta! Beard tf Mafstt Cbrck Per AbilityReElect As the time Runs For Supervisor 1 1I 1.s

_HHH..m'..___, draws near to
: Cry, FJerida: Dr Thomas S Field Pastor of x election day, I I
the Trinity Baptist Church, Lake realize there 4 $ s
Charles, La-, will be the guest "
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9i Evangelist at the First Baptist !E. Jots of you I \ 4

have not been
F able to see. I
'. + wish you would

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( accept this as a personal plea for
i your vote and support. \

1 .A .k A I II| The men you select to serve on
I,your Board of County Commissioners
for the next four years will spend, ,
a nS .. at the present rate, about Itt milton ar
dollars of your tax money. I
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jt /,', This Is your money. Guard it
x )1:' :
">>YF carefully by re-electing COLEMAN \

; RICHARDSON a man of proven r
'I'j The first primary b now fast business experience and ability. Y 1
p approaching and I will take this jT" Thank you for all your kindnesses. ,4

opportunity to thank all of you Sincerely
for the many kind words which P COLEMAN RICHARDSON
1 EARNESTLY SOLICIT YOUR have been spoken in my behalf Candidate for County Commissioner Mrs Lucy Gardner wishes to announce -
VOTE AND SUPPORT IN MY during this campaign I have tried I District Five I that she has qualified as a
CAMPAIGN FOR THIS OFFICE. to conduct a clean campaign and W. H. (BILLY) BAILEY (Paid Political Advertisement) candidate for the office of Supervisor

BECAUSE: have not berated my opponents in :. of Registration of Madison
1. I am an active patron of the 'any way and I do not intend to Fellow citizens of Madison County County Fla. subject to the Demo-
schools of Madison County. Because do so. DR. FIELD We entrust to our school authorities THE WEATHERWeek cratic primaries In May 1960.
any own children are In school I am I want to say that It you return the hearts and minds of our Mrs Gardner ran a flower shopIn
vitally interested in better educational me to the Legislature I will work Church Madison, beginning May 2, children and through them our na Madison for 10 years working
opportunities for all children. for the mosquito control which will at 7:45 p. m. tion's survival. With the many problems } ending Apr 26th with and serving the people of
2 I live find work in the local area mean so much to the citizens: of Dr Field is a former pastor of that face our nation and its Max. Min Ri. Madison County. She was a dental
and will be able to devote as much this county and will cooperate in the First Baptist Church Qutanan. schools especially In the South you Wednesday 82 62 .00 assistant for Dr B 0 Mercer and
time to the Job as the responaibllU every' way to see that you get full Georgia. He comes to Madison for must consider carefully the men youMltcion office report clerk and bookkeeperfor ,
ties of the office require. If I am I benefit of this program I a week and will lead In the-ser. May 3rd Thursday? .- "..85 61 -:.02 ,the Standard Oil Co. Mrs Gard-
elected Iin faithfully attend Another thing that I am Interested vices each morning at 10 o'clock and If re-elected I premise: Friday 866l .00 ner feels she is quite capable of
regular and spedal meetings of the in and will work to get evening at 7:45 o'clock.W 1. To work constantly for economyIn Saturday 87 61 .00 performing the duties of this office
school board and will devote a for the people of this county and H lllkelU an associate In the the expenditure of the school Sunday 83 60 .00 and would appreciate the support of
reasonable amount of time between state is a lower rate for liability Church Music Department Florida dollar, strict business principles in Monday 90 60 .00 all you good people of Madison
meetings to study the needs and insurance. Our automobile owners Baptist Convention will lead the the handling and care. of school. Tuesday 91 64 .69 County. If elected Mrs Gardner will
problems of Madison County. ate having to pay too much for singing beginning Sunday morning property. perform the duties of this office to
3, I believe in and will support a this protection and should have May 1. 2. To co-operate with the schooloUJdaU Total .71 the best of her ability.

strong program of instruction in lower rates on this type of insur- Mr Mikell is a graduate of the and general public in Rainfall week ending Apr 23rd' (Paid Political Advt
the fundamentals of reading writIng ance. You may rest assured that New Orleans Baptist Theological noting the standards of scholar at Gibson Tower none. Lovett Tower

and arithmetic, But I believe we if you return me to the LegislatureI Seminary. He comes to lead the ship tor the county.
should recognize and support some will do all within my power to singing with a rich background of 3. To exercise greatest care in 0.30 In, Aucilla Tower 0.10 in. SECRET BALLOT ;
other things that have come to be bring about an adjustment of these experience as a minister of music.] preserving our traditional patternof Mill Creek Tower 1.60 in, Madison

fundamentals in" this modern age.I rates so that it will result in a education based on separate but forestry headquarters none. .
believe the schools should do all mnterial saving to you on your Insurance equal educational opportunities for Sun rises Apr 29th 5:53 am, ,
they can to promote such things as MIL I white and negro races. sets 7:10 pm. The ballot you vote Tuesday Is a
safety, good health, honesty integrity Again I say Thank You. and 4. I shall wear my'own collar Moon sets Apr 29th 10:36 pm SECRET BALLOT. There is no way

and respect for the Ideals tell you that I will be happy to As becomes human dignity, I shall Moon In constellation of Taurus anyone else can tell how you VOTE
that have made this nation great. receive your vote and support on .1 keep an open mind to the wishes, Apr 29th. since the ticket you drop In the
4. I believe in and will support next Tuesday. Thank you. feelings and opinions of all people.I box does NOT have a number.
high quality instruction and excellence ... Sincerely yours _. ... shall not be steered by any 'back High tide Apr 29th at St Marks ,Initial signature or other identifying .
in scholarship. The State of ,OTIS R. PEAVY seat drivers" or be a dictator over light 4:50: pm. mark on It.
Florida gives to Madison County Candidate for reelection our people. I shall follow that
"'" method that b sensible fair, just w.WUJ- LW WUUWWL --
annually for supervisory Representatives. .
$17,000 House of
some services If I am elected. I .(Paid Political Advertisement ... .;,. .." and right in terms of what is best FOR AND ELECT
:'i"\.i\ and VOTE
will -do all I can to create an or ; . '' fir our county its children

ganization in which these funds can Selected Manager ef j.... ... ..... ....... ... 5. I shall be cheerfully recep.
be used effectively to develop and tine and courteous to all and open
the educational leadership If fur sound advice My decisions shall
use which is essential to a continuous Local Priest Store : .".,. rest on what i* just right and best

I program of good teaching and good for all our people.I .
Marvin E. Bass
learning. shall deeply appreciate your

5. If I am ,elected. I will give full :n... kindness and trust, and earnestly .
edu- solicit vote and support.
support to a total program of your
cation in Madison County including W II (BILLY) BAILEY
adequate support for.all grades .. (PaM Political AdvL)

from first grade right on through s County CommissionerDISTRICT
juniOr college. I will do all I can W H. MIKELL, SingerDr Florida House ofRepresentatives '
to extend the services of the Junior
colleges to include vocational and Field is a graduate of East

technical training for young people ern Baptist Theological Seminary, ONE
who will enter full employment and and was honored by Wheaton College
citizenship upon graduation in addition with the Honorary Degree of

to the strictly academic pro 4y. D. D. THOS. D. BEASLEY SpeakerTAU.AJtASSEE
Dr Field has served In manyways .

6.gram.I believe that patrons, taxpayers in the Denomination in Georgiaand June 1. 1959 HONEST EFFICIENT 0 CAPABLE
and business owners are entitled to Louisiana. He Is known as an
Office of the Speaker.The .
full Information about the business excellent preacher.Mrs
of the public schools. If C Vernon P..apns111 be Honorable Otis R. Peavy

I operation am elected. I will do all I can to the organist during the revival. House of Representatives Married 5 sons one daughter. Lifelong
make this Information available to James T Briber is the pastor. Tallahassee. ,
Dear Otis:
all m a way that will be understandable I wish to take this 'opportunityto
by all I resident of Madison County.
JACKSON VANN GARDNERMr thank you sincerely for the excellent .
7. I believe in&:will support
work hare this
for I you
educational facilities
equal children as defined JOHN MATHIS I and Mrs Jack Gardner of session in your committees and onthe '
'White and Negro A Vote for MARVIN willbeavoteorthe
in the fundamental law of the Van H Priest Co. announced this 'Tallahassee announce the birth ofi floor of the House.

State of Florida I believe this to week the appointment of JOHN a son, Saturday. April 23, at Tallahassee I greatly appreciate your co:
to provide satisfactory -. MATHIS of Jacksonville Beach as Memorial He operation with the Chair, and feel
1>e the only way Hospital. that your courtesy In this respect Good of Madison County whole.I
schools for all children Manager of the local: Priest Store. weighed 7 lbs and 8 ozs, and was ha contributed much toward the I .
) MR MATHIS originally from HamIlton *
(Paid Political Advertisement named Jackson 'ann Gardner. He expeditious pnd| orderly conductof .
Count, will assume his new I
duties May 15. is Mr and Mrs Gardner's second the business of the HouseIt I I am running on my own. I am not backed: \
Miss Lizzie Mays, of MonUcello. son. Mrs Gardner is the former bas been a real pleasure to

came Tuesday and is the guest Airs Audrey Williams Mr W J Elizabeth Fair Herring daughterof *ork with you these past several
Mrs Emmie Toole and Mrs L B Welch and Mr Mrs G Mrs weeks and I look: forward to seeIng -
this week of her niece. and A Herring by political ring or group.
How erton, and Mr C P Kelly. son Billy visited a brother. Mr 0 Gardner and the new baby and 1, you again next session.and best I any
I H Toole, who is seriously ill in Mike here for several' With kindest regards
son are a
V- the Winter Haven hospital, Frida] wfebes for your happiness and success
Dr and ?;Marshall Hamiltonwere night( and Saturday. weeks' visit with the Herrings I amTHOS.. YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE
party D.
hosts at a buffet supper -aMiss .
Mr and :Mrs G C Buchanan and I *
evening honoring 'Senatorand Agnes Burnett who underwent TDBas "
Sunday :Mr and Mrs M Woodard of Pfnetta adv'
and Mrs Fred (Paid political t) GREATLY APPRECIATEDPaid
Mrs W T Davis surgery at the local hospital Jacksonville
spent Sunday In
Mahan, of Monticello. The roomsof and WMU of the First Baptist
with recently went home Tuesday gtxsts of their daughters Onita and The .
the home were decorated garden is convalescing nicely friends win Carolyn and attended services at church win meet Monday May 2nd ( Polities! Advertisement, IJ'

amaryllis flowers. and other spring oe glad to know. Jacksonville Heights Baptist church. at 3 p. m. at the church.



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Saturday, April 30
starring Sophia Loren Anthony Per
kins. Eugene O'Neill's classic story,
of love and hate. The strangest, ,.
triangle literature has ever known.I

A dramatic thunderbolt a* he : FORMAL OPENING .
battled for every blade of grass- ( ;
and the woman he thought could .

make him happy.SNOWFIRE ; '
in Technicolor: star ; I JI
ring Don and Molly McGowan, \ J
Claire Kelly, John Cason aDd Snow- .
lire, the wild white stallion. A 1' OF NEW STORE
wonderful adventure thriller for I cnt"Dtt' :
the young in heart and 'years. Car-. OLEO McCLAMMA of
toon. Mac's Furniture and Appliance !

Sunday.Monday, May 1, 2 Company, is celebrating his Fiftl .1 .,,.. ". "- t"I- .. .!...,"'." ..,,' ..,' 'fo'l!
J __ < ". .," ax4sJ
GOLIATH AND THE BARBARIANS -. Anniversary and Formal Opening : ,,\\r' ,. }<;<.>:,<,"' .':'t. .
of his new store this week end'and .

ooor,,starring in dnejnaScope Steeve 'Reeves and Eastman and a through Mac was May.born in Madison County ... ..111 l:: Trftt CO. : : 'i
great supporting cast. A giant 'rises ,
in 1918 and in 1942 was married ::4 ,. .
to avenge 'his people ..Revenge In __._? ?f..fe d. r.r.r+w.+R .
htt eyes and love in his{heart'Ca to the former Miss Della Mae Lat- ; : : "
nor of Madison. After doing a bil ; : .
toon. of half-cropping in the Lee community kJ,: ; -: .
Tuesday-Wednesday, May 3, 4 Mac moved to Madison and .:;";" j&\A.\ ',, :;, ,,' <" ', "
THE LAST ANGRY MAN, starring worked for a while with the late '
Paul Muni. David Wagne, C L Geiger in the express office
Betsy Palmer. The heart-warmin Following a hitch with the Platt
dory of a man who enriches the Motor Lines as a bus driver and aY
lives of his fellow-men. Paul Mun, with the DuBose Fence Co he x..:. S
academy award winning star, In' worked with Helton's for 8Vi years.,
another unforgettable performanci I' liens 2% years, and Dunn Furniture :
Cartoon. Company one year He then returned R "
to Bevis Furniture and in
Thursday-Fridar, 5, 6 ,
1955 bought the 'tore from L M 1
starring James Stewart,
Mr McClamma stated he greatly
Rock Hudson Julia Adams A
of the
appreciates the patronage
masterpiece of entertainment. Th
people of this section has
of hardy trall-blazers-are
made it possible for him to celebrate -
the women they loved. Thrill to ,
his Fifth Anniversary
the story of a great state-Oregon. mss ?
opening of his new and considerably -
WORLD IN HIS ARMS, in larger store. All furniture will wbw+
Technicolor, starring Gregory Peck, be on sale through May, and Mac
Ann Blyth; Anthony Quinn See thi is advertising many specials. -I
most thrilling race in years, wit FREE GIFTS S
An empire at stake. She was n Mac is giving away a $35.00 S
princess. He was a captain, but Emerson table radio, $25 Jamison .
rank was forgotten. Cartoon. swivel rocker, $25 pair of table
lamps, 9 x 12 Sandran rug and a
$15 Emerson electric fan. Those'
. Cherry Lake NewsAfter eligible must be 18 or over, except'
married couples. Inquire at store 't
for details on these free prizes.
the School of Music lesson
Friday night, refreshments will be GREENVILLE SENIORS

served to the assembly in the Recreation HONOREDThe "...
Hall of the Baptish churct I I Senior Class of Greenville
by the Friendship Class. High School were honor guests at F
Mrs P II Wiggins and sister,,, a luncheon Wednesday given at the
Mrs B N Latner, visited Mr and Club House by the Woman's Club.'.
Mrs Phillip Wiggins at Qaitmat; The class colors of gold and
last week. white were emphasized hi the deco

Mr and Mrs Robert Barn of rations.
Mrs Ruth Reams president of;
Cherry Lake spent Jut weekend
the Woman' Club welcomed the _x_ __ .
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with her brother-in-law and sister, guests and Miss Georgia Ella Mugge
Mr and Mrs R F Gerald, at Birmingham president of the 'Senior class, gave SPECIAL
Ala.Methodist the response. JAMISON INNERSPRING MATIEESS
Church prayer ser Soft music was played during the 5-Pc living Room Suite $89.95 up includes
vices are held on Mondays at 10 meal COTTON MAID

a 8pm m and Fellowship Wednesday meetings night at at 7 ham Huffed The, new celery menu potatoes Harvard consisted, creamed beets of ,baked salad peas LIST AT $59.50 Sofa, Platform Rocker, Two End Tables,

p m Sunday nights. hot rolls, butter, strawberryshort
Mrs A 0 Matthews Is a patientat rings cake and Iced tea. BOX SPRING list at $59.50 and Coffee Table.
the Madison County Hospital Dolls dressed in mortar boards ,
New Officers for the Cherry and gowns and yellow mint cups
Lake School PTA were installed Wen! favors $119 OO value SPECIAL -
last Thursday night Mrs Stew t Mr Charles Cash, class sponsor,
Wiatt conducted the installation of and :Mrs Cash, Mr J D Kaney,, 7-Pc Dinette Suite $69.95 up
and Mrs "
tiTervislng principal YOU SAVE $40.00
the following: President, Mrs .
also guests. ,.
Robert Jenkins; Vice-president Mrs were G E Bowers 1 Mrs Wayne 32-Pc set of China at NO EXTRA CHARGE
Mrs Harold Gross; Sect'y, Mr Raymond Stutzman and Mrs B C Johnson YOUR PRICE ONLY $79.00
McCullough; Treasurer Mrs formed the docoratlons committee
Pete Wells and :Mrs John Rocnbeck and Mrs THROUGH MAYA -
?Hubert Sherrod were the Table EXTRA SPECIAL ON ALL T-V SETS ;, '

Miscellaneous Shower 31)1 Committee.) Alexander Mrs and Peter Mrs Stem,Wade Mrs beautiful gift absolutely FREE with the .

entertainment FROM UP
tones served on the $199.95 -
Mrs Clinton Kinsey of Greenville XMnmlttee. purchase of bedroom suite living
a recent bride, was the inspiration The menu committee was com- any :.
Thursday evening for a miscellaneous OSed of Mrs E G Mugge, Mrs L With FREE All-Channel Antenna
shower when Mrs T C Cook, L Harper, Mrs A 0 Slstrunk, Mrs room suite, stove, or refrigerator, regardless
Mrs J T McDonald, Mrs Tommy Eloise! Reams and Mrs Ruth Reams. ,
Herring and Mrs James Owen were, l of price. Ready To Install "
co-hostesses at the Greenville Wo

man's Iris, Club.stock and Easter lilies were GREENVILLE Ruth Reams ALL FURNITURE PRICES REDUCED FOR SALE THROUGH MAY '
used in the reception room. and .
was elected district president .
Mrs Edin"el1& conducted several .
:firs FrankIe Frohock was chosen
interesting contests. Mrs Noah! ecretary and treasurer at the Third (except fair-traded appliances)
Langston and Mrs Wm Alexander
I District ConrtHuUonal Conference _

won Edwin the The the honoree.prizes refreshment Wells many, and which gifts Mrs room were they A.where 0 displayedin gave Sbtrunk Mrs to I I kayo of region of Mrs American Greenville Sunday.Laura Auxiliary Legion Nell Unit Gulin was 13L Auxiliaries appointed'age American president in 5 BIG PRIZES TO BE GIVEN! 'i

served frosted lime punch and cake ; ."

squares pink white and embossed with ton time in Mrs for Tampa the Reams State, May will Legion 28 be at installed.Conven which MAY 14.7:00: P. M. INQUIRE AT STORE FOR DETAILS :

The crystal punch bowl was en- "
'The Greenville Unit 331 of the
<5rded with fern and sweet peas. dations for
received two
Mrs Lee McGuire and Cheryl Me. beaching .
Meritorious Scnice for ;
Guise mother and sister of the .
10\% membership quota. One was a
honoree were special guests. rational Citation; the other, a MAC'SFurniture

ypartment Citation
DEPUTY GRAND MASTER Among those from Greenville at.rding -

.; the meeting were Mrs Ruth ....
H T Holton Sr of Madison was cane; Mrs Frankie Frohock Mrs .
appointed Deputy Grand Master of aura Nell Gulin and Mrs Cecil '
the sixth district at the Masonic irannen. : '

Grand Lodge meeting in Jackson And Appliance Co. .

ville last week. Thomas Thlgpen, formerly operaor -
of the Gulf service station ontlte
J B Stewart who had surgery on corner of Base and Hancock:

his left foot recently at the local treets,, has opened up and Is operat. Setzer's YeCeffier Madison
hospital Is recovering and. left I 1C the Standard station on the ,

. Tuesday. ', comer of Base and Shelby.



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Pictured, above is Miss Betty Joyce Sapp, who will 25c each G Regular1.00 21 34 NOW 88c

become the bride of Lt. Sam Sidney Sale, on Sunday, Regular

June 19th, 1960, at three thirty o'clock in the afternoon, Regular $2.98 27 x 48 NOW $1.88
in the Cherry Lake Baptist Church, Cherry Lake, Florida. 2 for 25c ,
All friends and relatives are cordially invited to at- :
tend the wedding and reception which will be held in the !; 2 : fc Regular $3.98 30 x-GOj: "-i NOW' $2.88tI

church following the ceremony. r
The couple will make their home In Springfield, Mass., I> 1 $7.98-4-x 6 NOWSHEETS $5.88 .
where Lt. Sale is assigned to the 99th Bomb Wing S.A.C. Regular .-

1 of 'the United States Air' Force. FOAM RUBBERPILLOWS ftf }! ;* ; .
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Mrs Joe Reams of Greenville
-,- complimented her daughter Patti -
Jo. at her home-Monday afternoon I '' .
Bids were opened in.the Madison "
April 18 on her fourth birthday. I S Finest Quality
County Court House for the construction
After playing many games II
of the Administration I I guests were invited to the veranda I Keeps its shape permanently
Building of North Florida Junior where the birthday! cake was the Allergy FreeZippered SINGLE OR DOUBLE SIZE
College and' the classroom-labora center of interest. Made in the .
tory facilities of the Suwannee shape of a rabbit, and frosted with covered case
River Junior College. coconut the cake was surroundedby .
The low bid on each project was', pink frosting roses, green leaves 51.67
I and coconut grass. Four tiny pink for $7.50
more than money available for candles told her age. ,2 "H

I these projects. The Suwannee River Refreshments included cup cakes, --- --
project was over approximately Ice cream and cold drinks. .
$12,000; the North .Florida projectwas Favors were whistles and lolli ,Pillow Cases
38c EACH,
over approximately $40,000. .
The Madison County Board of Pub- pops.Mrs Reams was assisted in caring ........ "'!- ,
lic Instruction rejected all Vf5st for her guests by Mrs Ruth -- to
Roams, iliss Linda Reams and Miss SETS 100% DACRON
The Board. instructed the archi- Penny Mugge. SHOWER CURTAIN
tect to make minor revisions In the
Patti Jo received many Jorelyand -
plans of the Suwannee River Junior
Panel Curtains
useful gifts..Mr ,
College building so that it will be ,

able re-advertise for bids at avery and Mrs Wallace Ragans T $3.98 .s.. .
early date. The Board 'stressed and family had as dinner guests Wash easily
the need for having this !. ... t _.. .
building Sunday, Airs Ernest Lewis and I" S ,No Ironing ""' .R .
completed for the fall semester, children Tommy and Barbara Jean .
which begins in September, 1960. of Orlando Mr and Mrs Brian Sun Resistant -to" .
The President of North Florida Mett of Jacksonville Mr and Mrs Insect and Mildew Proof",,,, ...' ,-" .
Junior College was instructed by Mr and GIFT BOXED '
Ervin Merritt of Lee and ::" :. <
the Board to restudy NFJCTn build- ,. .r.!f'_' t..t,. '
Jr of !
W M Ragans
Mrs .
: $2.98Plastic ;- ..+ "
Ing needs with the NFJC faculty "s -
and College Advisory Committeeand I the next meeting of the Madison PILLOW CASES F- fi
make building recommendations I County Board of Instruction. .

ii CAMPAIGN $1.98 and $2.98PAIR Drapes




Hobnail SpreadsSINGLE ; $1.00PAlR"\i" .



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High QuaIitMerchJ:1ndiseAt: Lower --
The Most Complete Farm Supply Store in Madison ", -
A trainer plane of the P-37 -
Congenial People to Trade With type of the U S Air Force out Of Al Hughes presented the program f 1

Any Services We Perform or Any Merchandise We Bainbridge, Ga, crashed at 9:40 at the Rotary Club Wednesday -

Sell is Guaranteed. am Wednesday in Madison County, when he showed a film and s
In a field belonging to St. Mary,made an Intml'SUngtalk on the
S Elect Your Home Town Boys To Do Your Home Paper Co located four mlle west Protection of ,Forest Lands and

Town JusticeWe of the Suwannee River and three I Production: of Paper Products. ..
miles north of U S 90. Lack of
t Norman ProUrnan of Live Oak
offer Custom Milling Custom Spraying FRM Feeds Field ,.
fuel said
was to have! been the
Hardware & Farm Supplies Insecticides Field was visiting
and Garden Seed cause of the crash.The ou rx.llnutrr .
visitors were Jimmy Gra .
I Agronomist Services, and a new department has been addedA Awr. ,
pilot was unhurt and thecopUot ham and Lee Young of Tallahassee, '
____I Home and Garden Center Catering to the Ladies Who Take y >
name not learned receiveda Ben Hill and Dozier Sapp of .
Pride In their YARDS, Flowers and Shrubbery -Come By and leg injury. Both were taken to Madison and R T Cornelius of At- 1 .. ,"': ,

Trade With Us-YOUR NEIGHBOR DOES-- Moody Air Force Base TrooperJoe lanta. .i' .
Peavy said. The left wing and Four Seniors attending were Someone stilt has to pay lot grocerieswhen : .

r nose of the plane were smashed.. Dinnice fliers and Misses Rosalind your paycheck stops... "' ,
Bllii MILTON CAVE' ; .ice Hutchiason, Ruthie Hawkins : ..tnd it's up to YOU! Gulf Life has many family ., :;'; ,
OWNERSM3666 Listen \VMAF next Wednesdayfor and Lounette Hammock. 'protection plans with exclusive Adapt-A-Plan features .:w,
election results in the hot Congress to help you do the job. Ask your Gulf Lifo'representative. :;
campaign of TEXAS BOB :..
hit FAITHFUL' BOSS "OLD Mrs Jack L Wells and Misses .
Ton Jean and 0uf.st1ne.eUa attended 1"' -
done the marriage of Miss Rita

Madison.Flqrda. CANDIDATES !Samee and Leonard Tylka in the .. ,GULF.LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Voters will
NO POUTING- Catholic Church in Tallahassee Found..1.U.Home Offc,Jackionviltt,Florida.0.'. >,:
appreciate on WEDNESDAY y- -
regardless of the outcome. Saturday worning.;, .. it '

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'Spray Y..r Vie Caaefas & Slobs r Sbp Here Fir Ail Occaskmsop -- SAVE AT

a mag s/'op

Det MbIe Service ; QUANTITY
t e
) *. ; : RIGHTS
..,.!'1..; ;. PLANTS Nelly Don Dorris Dodxi Dress or Sportwcar RESERVED

( R';ALL: PROBLEMS: DEALING WITH |9.95, to.:$17-95 $2.98 and $3.98: -
Fry Knit Wear
LADELL BROTHERS, Manager Frayne & Queen Casual BATHING SUITS APRIL.30th**

SKIRTS BLOUSES. SHORTS $ -$2,98--i3.98 ,

Greet B. Hut Enterprises PEDAL PUSHERS
"All To Match"CHILDREN'S Sun Step Shoes S


,.*&* By Mary ,Jane. Burdee and "
Fluffy"Ruffle $3.98 and $4.98
Paper Co of this -city, 'gave the Mr Simon Kinsey. Jr, Principalof for Children MOTHER'S DAY THIS CIRTIF1CATI ENTITLES YOU TO

program at the Lions ,Club meet- the Madison Elementary School:
and Flattenrit Hose
$4.95 $5.95 -Artemis Lingerie
ing Tuesday, showing slides and was elected 'ThIrd Vice-Chairman I 50 S&H fireeR StampsFREE
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making a talk on the multifold Department of Elementary School
uses of paper in modern life. Care Principals, at their meeting in AT YOUR NEAREST.

of the forest helps paper have its Miami last week. He had previously WINN-DIXIE STORE
day*was the .theme of the program. served as a member of the Educational J '
Television Commission z J far Shop Vofcl After Limit On Coupon To Adult With
May lit A $5.00 or More Food Order
Florida Education Association.Mrs .
Rev and Mrs H R Gladney and The Friendly Shop
daughter Susie of West Virginiaare (
OQQoooooooo oooooooooooooooooOQ9QQQO
Van H Priest and Mrs R C
with We Give Sill Green Stamps
spending a while here
Home left Tuesday to attend the
Mr and Mrs Theodore Gibson and General Federation of Woman's PHONE HU 3-6750 MADISON', FLORIDA
Mr and Mrs Bruce Bryan. Mr Clubs meeting in Miami. '
Gladney is one of the Commisa -: -x- .... : : : : :
to the Presbyterian General! Leonard Stephens of Mariannawas CRISCOL3

Jacksonville Assembly, which this meeting in I this a week.visitor at his old home here "Too Late To Classify"I Will 50 Bucks Get I

,I Evidence! On Culprit?
FOR b. Can

: Being completed 3-bedroom Limit 1 with a 49 "
i house hardwood floors, paneling. The $5. or more 1-
Enterprise Recorder
attic fan, kitchen exhaust 1296 Food OrderLa.rge
given the following statement
square feet, large lot, only 5800 local by awellknown
; down including dosing costs. Balance citizen Tuesday,
who requested its publication.'
T ADAMS monthly. statement is self-explanatory:
One 6-acre Cherry Lake estate;
"Many times I have come home to
high dry, and fie $1250. AI
'), be greeted by happy smiles shining
One 10-acre Cherry Lake estate;
eyes of my children & cheerful yelps
2 houses and a path, $3250.
from their
pet. Yesterday different

South half block 35 with large
I was met by two pairs of
:1A .... old mansion. ..
: large red-rimmed eyes and a pair
;: ; ALLRORtDA' One new masonry FHA house I of broken hearts, and no cheerful Pkg. Only
.. with 5U % mortgage payments of ,
r yelps. Their dearest friend, their 19 "
: F. ,
% only $71 per month. Limit one with .
constant companion, Was no more 1-
For best results, list $$.QQ or morv
6 I your proper the Ileum of the most inhuman
., CANDIDATEFOR ty with killer, from their point of view. A Food Order
poisoner had laid low their most
. BroadusREALTOR Wiloogiby cherished possession their dog. A
t tiny little dachshund he wasn't SUNNYLAND SMOKEDPICNICS
: ,., vicious. He wasn't a nuisance. He
MADISON, FLORIDA just made them happy.
Office phone !IU 3-6481 "What manner of person would
Residence HU 3-6481 deliberately break a child's heart?
i SECRETARYOF What manner of person would
} FOR SALE: SHELLED YELLOW poison a child's love? Who would
J' CORN, $58 per ton, I put poison where a child himself Small, Leon
STATE bulk, delivered your bin in may die from It? How do you tella PORKSHOULDER '
child that there like
are people
truck lota. CHERRY'S FEED
-' that? :
CHOSEN BY HIS COLLEAGUES MOST VALUABLE STORE, HU 3- 471, Lee, Fla. Tears flowed in buckets at Lb. Whole

:", '. MEMBER OF THE LESISLATLIiE,14S4 35ltchFOR my house last right Theirs was
.,.'J not the lust nor will It be the last
;. SALE: My home ,.234 miles victim of the poisoner, unless the .
,I' north of Madison, new Valdosta people of our town do something
.. .:Jo.. ."... ..''.. : highway. Ready to move in now. about It. The pollee can do noth-
'; ". to.... .. .' Five pecan trees. Four-inch well ing without your help, nothing unless FANCY, TENDER
v Nice shade tree JESSE MOORE, you give them any information
Pinetta Fla. Phone HU 32304. that might Iced them to the party
35-lt-ch responsible. Pole Beans
"A reward of $5O has been offered
FOR RENT: Furnished upstairs apt, for information leading to the ar-
private bath and shower, dinette
rest and conviction of the partyor
and kitchenette Available soon. I parties responsible for the
!poisoning. If you wish to contributeto
1 ((3J'f -" Dade St, phone HU 3-6243, Mad this reward please contact theER 3 29
{' ; TKere's f .' Ison. 35-It-ch at once." "". *

..e' .: FOR RENT (adv't
{'j for the whole fa.miryin : House on Range Street
$30 per month Call HU 3-6385
S at night or see OTIS PEAVY at TIP TOP FROZEN
; CHAMPIONS : Peary's Store. HU 3.6811.35-
LOST Men's Greenville 59 class LEMONADEWGons

Hf ..that-. why fun-loving guys and gab of all ring HU 3-6811. 35-lt-ch -

** tages choose this famous shoe, and hare for: VACUUM CLEANERSNew Thursday April 28th.)

,lean! Comfortable, cool sturdy CnAUPiONJ used, rebuilt-Portable, Built- Clifton Brook larceny of motor
come in many bright colon,wash so easily.Get' in. Commercial-Sen-ice, Part, vehicle three years in state prison. I

several pain...step into fun! Supplies tax $3935 All Airway Kinds, Rebuilt$25.00.Electro- ,vehicle Norman threee8l'S F Wilson Provan larceny In breaking state of prisoaJoseph motor and j 7; $100

$3.95$4.95 entering three years Imprisonment
Valdosta VacwirnRogersos' recrxmmndan to Aoatachee. __

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CH 4-0531 Ga.35ltpd %
CARNEGIE Session "::


POSITION or general WANTED office work.: Stenographic Massey COURSEPale I DALE CARNEGIE COURSE ,. .
Business College 6 years exp'e.
LrjL f Shorthand typing bookkkeeping VISITORS ARE INVITED

r.w e 1 references. Call Hunter 3-6829 Madison Florida
/ C 6'G ..w.aa I or write P. 0. Box 576. 35-tf-cr

1 MffAYudHT r r ELECTED TO G-STATE I Carnegie Friday Night, April 29th

Tina Bowers daughter of Mr and
Mrs G E Bowers, of Greenville COME NO OBLIGATION r
and Martha Waring, daughter of Observe How Others
I Mr and Mn Ben S Warier of 9 Develop Confidence
Madison will represent their schools REMEMBER! 7:00 P. M. 0 Increase Income
at Girls State in Tallahassee, June

'- Blolh are sponsored by the Green For information call Bob Wibon phone HU 3-2231 9 Speak Effectively
.:.:;*.fw:( .::. i :.
y" S +14pe. N vide Unit 131, of the American 'Presented
MADISONFLORIDA by Florida Institute--Sponsored By Jaycees -
Legion Auxiliary. .



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IN THE cmcurr 3rd
I .., .- ..-..' ..... SCOUT AWARD CEREMONY Barclay.Floyd Robert Mrs Wade Harper Jones and was ac- JUDICIAL cmcurr OF FLORmA.IN .

A Cub Scout Award Ceremony was G E Bowers, Cub Master presented IN CHANCERY.
held at the Woman's Club HouseIn Webelos Badges to Jesse Henry Paul Savor Plaintiffvs.

Gnrcm-ttle Monday! April 23, at Barclay, Jay- Floyd, Tim Jones, .
2)rug Store 7:30 p. m. Randall Handley. Robert Harper and Bobbie J Watson Sever, DefendantTO
The Rev Wayne Stutzxnan was BiH Kerr. : Bobble J Watson Sevor residence .
Master of CerHnonies.Opening Mr Bowers then thanked*Mw.Sherrod and address unknown.

..... exerdses Included pledgeto Mrs Stutzman and :Mrs DIVORCEYou
.>>oiJ.S 1: '. the flay and agdag'of America Brown Den Mothers, for their are hereby notified that a
W 1:'. 4t" by an. The Rev Harold Johnston splendid worn and_ untlJ1nL efforts.. Beet Complaint for Divorce hasbeen".filed
,..., the against you. and you are
# 1' ,led to prayer Exhibits of work done by.
w?* 1.--, Erme Bowers Eddy Brown, Stephec three dens were displayed in the required to serve a eopy of your
reception hH.Refreshment. Answer or Pleading to the BID oficmp1aint
Jones, Curtis: Garbett George .
[ Wheeler of Den 2, under the direction of 'cold drinlQt on the Plaintiffs Attorney
'i'S't_: of Mrs Hubert Sherrod, -Den Coolie and coffee were, served, duty. R E Cowart whose addressIs
Mother, presented Uxj Watery of mg the social hour Madison Florida and file the
J t. HtTiale the Great Lakes. original answer or Pleading in the
Mrs Clinton Brown, Den Mother ; .4. office of the Clerk of the Circuit
w.' ;- was reader for it skit Story of LEGION HEAQ Court in and for Madison County
the Six Arrow presented by Den Florida on or before the 23rd day of
_: 1. Characters Included Old IndianChiefsStephen Guy Morrow r has been elected district MaT .A. D. 1960. If you fail
'- America Legk\ Commander will
; 'S r- ( : : Braswell. Strong ; (0'do so, Decree Pro Confesso
you' wait for each'snaunal-PI it cool..tpU!i oatmUaC for 196061. be entered against you for the relief
Heart John Stutzman Wounded
Dorothy ;
1'e Met WeatSer Cologne by Gray.Whit*Ulac.1!
demanded in the Bill of Complaint.
Juae Boinoef,Scmmer Song:,Batton.Sweet Splc,Natural,andl :Indian, Bobby Lawsoii; four other is here
>fc Bew.FJw4j>aiaty.6Vi oz.A $YOO.a1ue'now Jw*"> c :.. .,. Dorothy Gray .Sherrod, Dralfin. ACcLeod and Allen I Cub has been postponed from by' designated as the newspaper
said order shall be published
BlMr next. Thursday May 5.'to May 12th.
Scout Master once' a week for four
Wade Jones (6 be a luncheon and Installationof
presented Wolf Badges to Allen Blan- officers at the Agricultural Carr .weeks.
SllJil4 Witness my hand and offidal seal
2)lUgSto/" tom, Stephen BraswelV Bobby Lawson ter.
{ and Hugh Sherrod The cub tldk 20th day of April A. D. 1960.
scouts mothers accepted the badges DALE M. LESLIE Clerk Or-

in their behalf We : headquarters cult Court.
!We give S&H Green Stamps"1W36262 Mrs Wayne Stutzman.Den Mother sge (SEAL)

Madison, Fla." 7 was.readfr for the skit Intlation Of By Jeannette T Leslie D. C.

-. ., q )' J.Jttko.Bear, presented by Den 3- Ifo! Major AppHafices.. Voters willappreciate
Arf Indian Danct foQow J. fuosq CANDIDATES -
1Vew'hl'ftll tottorl-.. ],aeneroU lylterfaoehind /- t } o "1 NO POUTING on WEDNESDAY
*, a4 body before end after erpofure to sun. Help mobjtarkeja participating in this program were :![4\1', AUTO'tr regardless of the outcome.
4: I* i-tkln. In White Lilac Jane Bouquet, Sweet. Bill Kerr Randall Handley, Jay .
Sk a. lrrrAaee Soot fragrance.12 oz.1UXJ. -- IftJ
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Lemmie wu.e8.4thout;; 1 .' t'tfA: .;
license, $25 or =itfayC'Also: : ,

ton tag reckless),sentence$25 driving* or thirty withheld.days.antfwin.Also, no i : : A.; L : (Rooster)

Charles E Bradshaw, driving BUllETTj "
while intoxicated 9100 or sixty .
days, and driver's license revokedfor y
three! months. I j forCoistaM
Cage Pride Jr, drunkenness, $25 :r'4
or thirty i? days. i District : Jr.
Reginald Johnson drunkenness e, Leggett

and opeif profanity, $25 or thirty ,
days 'on ; Count One and$15 or I Man Genius' r Florida : t t
thirty dabs on Count 2. '
WoodrW Given drunkenness, $25 ,.... It II'ft"-'f ', YOUll. '
or thirty] days. Also, Improper exhibition : Ore Pry--, j -
; % pf dangerous weapon $25 "
or sixty {days, t -; I I StatelepresentativeMadison:
Duke Thomas driving without license. ,. NO. ACTION .4e
$ZS or thirty days.
Isah franklin driving without license --EXCEPT- EVENT

$25 or thirty days. j OF EMERGENCY Florida
Lula Mae Brown and Ulices : County
Reeves ,possession of moonshine' > ,

case continued. .'" .
Liberia Waters, unlawful sale of I HOSPITAL NEWSADMISSIONS
Intoxicating liquors and possessing '
intoxicating liquors with intent to: ,: r .. Bom and reared i in Madison County t.ti.ri

sell. Motion to suppress denied and -
continuance granted. II .\f ..
NortWilaon, driving without license : Ilarry Cowart, .. ': *"' '\" : : -
Michael MaukUn, Waldron :
Rftgans World War.IL: ; : :
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its thirty days
or f MM Mary..A.M' Roth Mn Pearlie f. Ernestj Leevard Byers Sr-- driving I! f. '41} ;u < ;..
Mae Mcl>eodr41mmle! 'cAmea''l atirelr : Go _... V ."'.. .. ". ,"/PJ' !'.. ,
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while intoxicated $100 or sixty-days,1 .
; Jtsnirnfe.Shrlth 'Xaverne
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and driver's license revoked for 'wmet Fred. Donaldson, Mrs Julia ..Educated. in Ma&oix-Cbunty/BSbnc. 'Sclwols." r ., and '" ,
three months. '! "" :! ',
Kelly, ClidMord Webb 'and "
Charl* Williams,, worthless check : : M MrsALqTeniaBarrs *"..- ., ".r'-. ; f 'Florida State University. .... T :, I
sentence; withheld, defendant having DISMISSED: Lester Register. I
made full restitution of
already Kermit Thomas Madison Smith

check Elton lit Smith amount Jr of, $10.62.making false i 1 Jimmie Harry Cowart Agnes, HarreU.Michael Mn Mauldin Emily,! Active in civic, religious and pu&licffaiis.o .. l .,

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statement to obtain unemployment William '. : i
Thomas Lmton. Mrs Grace
bf'nefitLAs to Count 1, $69 or Collins, Mrs Pearlle Mae dad .. .'S' I
thirty d*ys. Sentence withheld as to and baby, Waklron": Ragans, Fred Fully qualified and. able to.serve: ;.. ,. r :
Counts fc and 3. Donaldson, Mrs *Mary! Ann Roth .i l.. '
T C ijtudson, worthless check In- ,
and Johnnie Smith. ;;.
strutted be in Court May 7foc j ?* *** *: f '
'd i A Rooster Booster
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sentencing. Also, driving while :! Mr and Mrs! Harris 'McLeod of aidvC .
cense revoked. Instructed to be'' Route "'
Madison 2. announce the '
In Court: May Tin for sentencing. birth of a baby girl, born April 12 s.'u... .
Henry Johnson and Leroy Davis.,; She weighed 6 lbs and 11% oz;. t .. ,
unlawful,poe aIon.. ( less than one BABY WILLCTT& 'V' .
gallon of moonshine whiskey. Defendants Mr and Mrs James WiHette of
instructed to be in Court' Madison. Fla. mnounce the birthof
May 7th for sentencing. a baby girl born April 23, 1960. ELECTA. .I
Henry Johnson, possession of In She weighed 6 Ibs and 4 H ozs. .
toxicating liquors with intent to COLORED PATIENTS
sell Instructed to appear in Court Admitted: Emma Alexander. Alberta .
:May 7th for sentencing. Williams Alvin Powell Irene
Hazel Laverae Mclnarny, drivIng Siplln. Agnes Sneads and Wesley

guilty while wkh intoxicated.mercy. $100 Verdict or sixty of Madison.Discharged: Charlie Mae Barfield A. L ( ) Leggett Jr.

days and driver license revokedfor and baby, Leila Mae Phillips, Delia ,
three months. Tax paid whiskey Robinson! Portia Alexander, and
which had been introduced In evidence Alberta Williams.
ordered returned to defendant

John Tooke and Bobby Bembry.
Sarah Solomon possession of malicious Injury to property of an REPRESENTATIVEMadison
moonshine whiskey, instructed other. Tooke found guilty and Instructed STATE
to appear fai Cant May 7th for to appear in Court May
sentencing.: Also, unlawful sale of 7th for sentencing. Bembry found
intoxicating liquors (in dry county, not guQty.
instructed to appear to Court May Willie Weaihenpoon, assault aw rt
7th for sentencing battery, note pressed. County FloridaI
Willie Akins, sale of.lottery ticket Charlie Mae Dobson cnlawfu" ,
verdict of not guilty vale of intoxicating liquors, Verdid
George Robert Amaa Jf.aecHt\g of not gu ilt y
$25 fered estreated. 1. (Coctlnoed next week);


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back: and hope be will continue to i FOR SALE: SHELLED YELLOW I Mrs M L Walker has returned

improve.Mr CORN, $58 per ton, from Gadsden. Ala, where she was
the guest of her daughter Mrs A
and Mrs Leon Goppage of bulk delivered bin in
your A Rails for the wedding of her
Tallahassee came for a visit with *
truck lots. CHERRY'S FEED ''
her parents Mr and Mrs A R i grand-daughter. 'Miss Diane Rails.
,Humphries, during the week end. i STORE, HU 3-6471, Lee, Fla.35iteli.

Miss Lassiter. the rural workerof i
the Methodist church located, CYPRESS
changes, in a progressive way. It
In Perry, met with the ladies of
the Woman's Society here Monday was very good. [GARDENS
CONSERVATION night. She"e a very inspiring: Mr and Mrs Billy McMolkn and t ,
son Teddy of Jacksonville were ail Lbw A1,
(by L C Bruntr. talk on the mission of .the church I here for the week end visitingMr wa t trsa.

(Soil Clofwervatioiv Service) the school, life of the community i and Mrs L L McMulkn and .....
Thfe(! World's first water conservation and how to cope with the many i Mr and Mrs Zach Andrews..

postage stamp was issued _. .. -- .--.--.
April 18 in Washington DCboa- "
ortag rural and urban organizations )
in small watershed '
engaged coosUUCtkm -
activities. 'VOTE FOR( AND ELECT :" :< \

The stamp went on sale the following ."'
day at 'other post offices ""
throughout the country. I am sure
that most everyone in Madison County

and will historical want to stamps buy these.on sale colorful at Edwin L (Eddie) Flowers .

the local post office. _
The commemorative 4-cent stamp.
printed: in three colors, Dramatizes .
the fact that water is today our YOURCounty
..-- most precious and natural resource. .
The unique two-part stamp portrays A
l a close-up view of a drop of
'.' water falling from a leaf which
symbolizes the Influence of land Judge 4
and vegetation upon water supply.

The second part shows that people .'" .
and industries are dependent for
their water upon the ,watersheds .. .f ,, x MAY 3rd, 1960
above, which Include consen'a m-

managed farms. i


LEE NES NOTES s Born at Cherry Lake, Madison'County; ;, ..
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: ..., ,. ,. Mrs J B Rains-and Miss VestaBlanton : % Veteran World War n. .i.' ;:i: -
' received a message Monday ,_ .... ..
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that their nephew Mr C C
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- Grin, of Miami, died Sunday
K I night He was the father of Elder ,. ; Former Mayor and Councilman of Lei \ ;a' .

Charles Carrie, who hu conducted ,,,<, 11. "
services several times at Corinth.Mr V. ; ., a e '
p : .. W w ,
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and Mrs Qark Brannan and ': Experienced business man. ,
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I son Ronald of Jacksonville, and ( ,,'. r .
Mr and Mrs C C Brannan have returned .'1. ).. "

from a trip to Mobile and I Fair, courteous, impartial service to all. \
New Orleans and points of Interest "'''''' '
between. They also visited rela I
,..' lives in MUsksippI and in CStro- and wishes .
Qualified, (to be a good Gfcnty >
nelle, Ala and Caw the oO wells 10< "

in operation there. They returned ,t., :', _. :.!, J,
of Fla to Mrs
by way Jay see '
Brannan's sister and visited at ,, : Judge for all.. .' : Jj'. '"
Panama Ct '. '.
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Mr and Mrs Tom Dixon moved ; : b'. i,, r
their household furniture to Jack- '
so.wIUe Saturday where they will : "

make Mrs their Carl home..Turlington% and children : Wi tkik yea for your Tote and support next r;' ,.

and Mr Benny Wbitty of ., t

Gainesville came Saturday for a Tuesday aid will I gyou the best of service. '
weekend visit with Mr and MrsJ ;

B Whitty.Mr r' '"t
and ,Mrs A R Humphries r I .-'
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hare J'd4r.IK'.lnm.: a week* rI

visit with his brother. Mr Lathe .
Humphries, and famQy of Branford. :
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Friends will, be clad to jean Sicerely .
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that Edward Brannan of Parr' !." t .
son of Mr and Mrs C C Brannan 1' . improving. "after a recent:: seven i ;f ;. EDWIN L (EDDIE) FLOWERS ,

,. Mr M W Cherry Sr has returnee ,' '
from hospital inf Thomasvflle. -;; .'** (Paid Political Adrtrtbcaeat) I) '
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