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The Monticello news
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Monticello news (Monticello, Fla.)
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Monticello, FL
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v.60 no.12 October 13, 1944


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The Great 9W1 SBRI, OFN
FACUo~iLYW T ns "friends is Monijilo and
F~RST MnEETN J. B.Biso wl rgeISTLS eIii
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stre s~rfc fro hi phsci t e
cras drigdiat' r rni beini ceta Flc~rid are expet e ah Mrs. F. ~ A. r Brnk 'peiden f ai~ I- OFLEIONag A
ye ,~u~, e~i et'd.tit t ry~aie inEid & fee and rcs fo a fe
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beet~ihaSmsnIDrn 14 h hr ure re- Wnan Clb- rF. Bik paeAthe-wnsClbWd
prid ejsiwits to eqnsl Ga- 4ihi vr" MrBiksasCu
rains 'y Mrs Weftfall whs o eiin,
fattps offic bb rets adelloshptie
tha te atonoberedth frs~ode fes Pstl rcept aroe ue ln orte.etn 3'er forme Tep io f pos a plnig do by Mr6n .Cr roe
weykandt~47 als ast newpa ewek t1 acc g ther atd the,, then thei arm, teiarAlpeseer
He told ofth service te ow f 2 pr c i ncrea i n poStalm reits' om of the c rnn, rs N.g de Clubs el M. Broe is a ~ Pa tvie. m d er
ber thhre same quate bolpn tw su-e- Watron Thne iftt meie of clbsi tb sekra t0her vcn isrc, mrca e
Motie has e,,ny figig~er aWi et~ liear unseeemlyer~ng I t ~ aP .~~e~ codut on, et iioP
'U e tha aone wo yie r th 4 e4'yea indcates aJ~e -ois n s ca e t e ofhesialt r esit of r~ea b ar whe he enae in1~zb arSltra was Mrs firoe m etar ly a r in aS ialr;i incre ofe i rn te~ra uieso h r.J .Sm k.lnho;Ms are par .-ofr T te ver~ya ibrT ofio zs I io Chre eenthogh 5he manbe ablr e to e e rv~ by the ofie T. BAee rd cffee Mr Marc Loe d may gtt1oi with:Te r_ a the Johe h o f St. L. erbug Pifis the l aze- t heseve inr ~ud a program, arTd Misll Corgui *ell,~ r'g -May Btrnk o e numted ee raln~ loa Catholic~ rres.- x'r ditnus e g uessatte
few omens. A fe mintes time sec I e~ abnf
on a ~r~a n o S~a~ n' ranhg"~il~~ ~in s ~h osekeeping,, clen withet the clsiean-to h tet no h tt State pfrsdnt of the ore Ms. Hom fjires,~ an our t f uren whiuh. rahe Ili upir~ho~,o fc (( p of'loed~ r vacant ots ; upre p addingqustd t' Dem al Counc.l and r ic
makne a erens andpoie findte-ae ~ .X,,kpdi oingt Wa'its isheren' hat the patrolma be Scrggs pr{anre tMl ofA1L~ the1P~ county..~'~, z. n~
gagxJ.n N. Hakis manage ofac theioer plntn of th cemetery; and4 theaee give itnr- a, sever discilinar gre-ce
ha-enetnuse eoeteratn fliig e oil osn in ised o i itl cunil Mr., Ci tind le Tuilin o
'~pW~ ~pr ej~e ts ye ao Moin'i1cl Stc Yads, tet thel 1 t is bO.t k gae aBy Sti <'tlk Shetn~ rsai a ren rh3e of This ag~ol~ ~ r.f.L perae wer of B be
arrival thtn' te riskxie~ th los' 3, a-Sin gn 'Mo falnitcello, who~p 'ta house." IMrt twp~n o lestaedsal oft ,11 heg a 250 cte at, i for the thet~n 'only.sisosno n h
Anyoin~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~eu members to't be~ alert to 'Mri ds i--vs srtf otri'ofy nmoqobretemeigaetois the ral Dand ated test as~r he
nhte onia. h a retaid P0'~r' or the wit the iillrua Stelt an Cliwaor Reitso ta1 Stipsr,vati n -n ara ore a n ee v as cosing te. Hsrhee dod h, serac S' of hicuiuada chepera~dhog sld ighr tanbrotel r tpirn ,4large-iy he 8tigpfbssteegsa in'sc s An'eI then Diyiits ato >ans~we ar cals an he Wg~vod w~ r~s B fnp rdir~fa e pe iion ten i "Profe rax thiem n g Ive chrgd was, alsoer parnt and chlnt.le
them aibp and'ng onehio prlue'e atmongbt ''choQ1 ennett whipf arfn thege bocbgorannerT
anoem te ~~od'Mlai e di um s5~Ol5 te wn he gradu6t 1-00tefs weghn a t~ota f 0 ouds the use on prvtf resrt lads 'h PTA- -4 oa ,m~ life inaih'elosip
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'ta ot nd'an.p~i' oNo.Iwa I~5 o vr 13-75m~ misken' d' f as ''ar~fr tw days' detho' hi ate flanceto chasii;9J us qd
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t uth l ekynwspasper. As mayorg -tigs. The locax22eenc~n al Garde 'lub 'a Or- on at3he eae struggle 'ith fir e 'n stfiastm Such Rlg'e sai. L. waxsr
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the econ Div~ionas te 'ne' o, dill nd~ eneal Nval roceure.the cquty speritendnt n Tals- 'c1'c~k. Mrs.AlredIoste narIad.ear wasan thee.embe' o the' wi lcal oysAleti4gei 'te ags o
catue atp~'pn Sian. e ,,dDuiig hs eroda eie o' fpi h wseie. ,1 ons 12 'ou he 'ifrn oxite o h. fiil oado i cu .H y 1 t '18 lareig~b tOP bm e 'o
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Viin a etro-plg, s

The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., Friday, October 13, 1944
Yank Fliers Released From Nazi Prison Camp CLASSIFIED
Persons now engaged in essential
i .... not apply .without ate.
netof availability fo hw1~l
Washington, D. C. Notes of a Newspaperman: rUut Sa aF nlon er ce
,,- ,Washn n ,~ .... C. ent+. .. + .. . Seric. + :+
.* 4 ..++'Sir William Beveridge,theBritish
CLOTHES RATIONING AVERTED pla man, has cooked a ew one
Few people know how close tlhe to be announced after the Armistice. eneLaundry and dry cleaning
country was to clothes rationing a The who boug workers wanted Good hours, good pay.a
ew months ago, at the pek the property in MiaiBa for th de ofTrade, 555S. W. 8th St., Miami, Fla.
war. The key figuewho helped pre luxe season will get an awful shock.
ventit was shrewd Pittsburgh d- There'll be no gambling, vows the .UIT
partmnent store iard Irwini Wolf. chief of geridarmnes. .. CBS is
Wolf land .WPB~bossKDonald 'Nel cifogedr s.CSs APPLE S-APPLE S-APPLES
on grooming Johnny Morgan to replace Fancy-$5 box; C' grade $4.50 box; geso eds~~a ofrne nteFred Allen-until- the 1attev resumies., lec uitv=0bseTcoumi ub---, probemat wichWol poitedoutlie,'-not over 5bu. to each person. Shipped, that etaiers orrie abot shrt- The American Fed. 0f1 Mvusi- .express collect. Send check with rer
that retailers worried about short cians 'is dickering with the Institqte Mi or Apple Orchards, Cornelia, Georgia.
ages, wee buying all the clothes in of Public Relations to woo the press
sg ht, and hoain hg aots back for its president, Jaines C. 'Pe- PRINTING
Of ontem whieo hvo. tillo. The fee involved is reirted
of the gods .at $100,000... Eileen Staff ord and MIMiEOGR.APHING adMultigraphiaa.
Finally Nesonaskd Wlf o st *'--,~ G. Ross are betrothed. . .A' noble- samples and prices. E. ALLSMITH, 1500,
down with Joseph- Weiner, head of i'~1manl in town~ has a~ juicy racket. W, Nedro Avenue. Philadelphia, 41, Pa.
the civilian supply section of WPB, ma chags oci claim $100 a
John Davidson, rer sed inothe nght to be-seen with him in the bet- MOTOR FUEL
wholesalers, and Earl Reed, a, t places.
key WPB official. After going over Varsolinet Guaranteed motbr fuel In edients ration $ee! At: Paint ouses, r
several involved proposals, they re- Tn an el-t:pan ou la.
tired from the ed~nference roomi ahdTos-h sneer aut Dorignbo Bo 571 Nwrk 1, .
drafted a simple order, which. lim- shows as release from Romanian prison damps lii p fr hot sewers and new clothing while Americans were.- given a
cited all retailers to the same amoftg across their derrierres bycolyumist
of stock they had during' ame their old outfits are deloused. Lower right, another group, former prisoners of Bulgaria, line up for ice Lowell 1elett, formerly of the Wiite Quints' Chances
cream odayin Egypt. Upper left, Sergi. Eddy Lanary, Lancaster, Ohio, was postmaster in Romanian prison House staff. Colyurned Mellett: "I waa yme- TRi ghta wa w'. I ; meal
diately adopted by Nelson, and Right rp. George Cale, Columbus, Ohio, enjoys his first American 'eal. am also an it nigrant; not at As the Dionne quintuplets hve
clothes rationing was avoided. generation immigrant, to be sure, -safely reached the age of 10, the
elon now callsWolf's pla "oe since the first of the family came chances of. all five girls reaching
l4{lsoo now calls Wolf'sdplan- "one
of the saviours of the civiliansupovebuta imng the ae I 68 out of 100,nd of reachofthaion uo the civiliarsPly Ainost Ever thing W ent Underground in France ver r e e ionar Wr, 6 ea ae et oo eh
situation. in the TT .'" but an i iati jut the same. I ing 45, 68 out of 100, and of reachlEgOe effect Of Wo .can't claim any credit for being an ing 65, 20 out of 100.
gram is that merchants will carry American. Sidney Hillhian "can. It
over only small amounts of "ersatz" was his own idea, not the idea of a
merchandise in the postwar period, great-great-grandparent I AII
will not be .stuck with poor-quality
Merchandise to unload on the WJames W. Miller of itMsk6gee,
money-flushed public. )Okla., corrects bur observationhat M
S F. Sinatra will net about $25,000
AFTERMATH OF V-DAY from his annual "take this year of
The Whie ouse hs just received $1,450,000. Mr. Miller,' a' public
a confidential report -sowing that ac~countanit, .says 'Frank will makeg
66.4 per cent of American. families' ~"-"-' '" more than 25 Gs." He kvill net-d lithave saved only 11.6 per cent of the tle more than $75,000.1 Hot dig gttyl eduy o
money put aside by the nation dur- -. Ernest Hemingway will start a little Va-tro-nol
ing war time. In other words, the another war if he isn't careful. He up each nostril helps open nasal pasupper one-third' bracket of the writes: ."I think any writer, espe- sages-makes breathing easter-wlaen
people tucked away '88.4 per cent. cially a war correspondent, is dull in wrhMeafi lls upa-to gs1 grandre-t
The shne repot points out tigat, conversation.. It's only the phonies i1f too from sniffly, sneezy distress of
immediately after V-day in Europe, tlit ;are personally "olrful" . head colds. Follow directions in folder.
most plants which, continue operate 1 The Broadwayites, for the 'year VISKS VATRO-EOL
in will. 'u-'rimtu dopn' visited the~ grave of Variety's found-____________wages from 15;to 25 per cent- One, Si0e .. ..n ost 1 ,
of the problems -officials face is a who send cartons of ciggies to troopS
oild rush t c r h no StOM Ch
dn ush e o cs a b fo t overseas, happily wrap each carton Gas on ao ao
S p in r e he funnies.".,. While over- Relee I mutesordoubleone bac
necessities of workers .in' mide seas Fraces Langford never drank eesstomach acid causes painful suffocatpr es -icome brackets,' an g-s- s---r stach and heartbW.. doctors usually
l r ithe hot tear, which has a medical prescribe atestacting mednes known for
in th pos iod 1 fequre Irest' wouded wnt erroun and e aind or 2 dad & i artiry bmbmngto(riht) WoendiIfsuvediAcinley eicked wihg 11REB -RUN#lWN 'All these thfioguesn now -have Pre.- taste. The torid South Pacific, vastet stNr laxativeleui an, brings comfort
dent' Roosevelt -concernied -'about- :::i strangely, enough, has-no hot water. to buck 25n reur on druttlts
what will happen in the Now to she used the tea to wash -her TheiVIT_-BELSaybe
itodaey. after the b i t r c s*war. The M*-T- o s .' face.Y t
ee oohih ade isdrs ad oo'. .
telling hima hhat copiiinued prosperity The Writer's War Board devised r tE YOU O ERWORKE
Ins te osrs to llent o reoGsu Brest's wounded went underground and remained for 32 days duiriing artillery bombNngs. Yright)s Wounde a d subwayadatrnley canri caf.dLshowinyir su hd fr
~~oniesti: wereleis' not-' all that wept underground. American army discovered vast stores of Swiss cheese ;(left) the' Germans ba,~ (oe yll color) thic hardead.ou
Se forcedo'to leave behind Now the GIs will have something special to put n their K-ration crackers, and or age? Then VIT -BERLES ay be
They~flgu're'that, iftentin h Nazis will be without thei r prize cheese. '' ---.*'.The text continuese: "Yes! Un- the pep tonic YOU -ed VITAcan sucessfullycome N through (css you work now for lasting peace BERL S contain a special combinathe first-fti- weeks after victory." The cards are/ tion of iron, Iodine, Calcium and high
latet ddd potency (1500 USP units per day)
he t '- vitamin B-. For men 'and womenNnp ia
peacetime goods,long denieddthd Newest Watch on the Rhine Saddle and Boots World Organization, Inc.... Tran- over 40, deficient in these vital on"public, will pick 'up 'national sit companies in several cities are -mets, VITA-BERLES ay be the
.or.inue rn....en sec-WPB dtl anydin eraizto sekngeppoit
property. However, the first displaying the. O Mayor a- unch and
wnng to re mt hange g 6sehrvitality fo a happier, healthier ro'' f Puardia hoped N. Y. subway trains mantic lifn. Liberal supply in m .0o
to be tough. Iomed the sae- ths In report- box. Demand VITA-BERLS at your
by the Wht wIuus o a ao ."* their es" o "ne druggist or send $1.00 direct. 'poitmets rky iy rstlte\ i aing some euars ao.oh H.elhanaen DOLA--YA ME -'* gy -VITA-BERLES SALES CO.' '
. ten -heA t e (chairman of the Board of 'Transpor- e 175 Station R Cleveland,Ohio
The full effect hasn't yet perco- 8 W tation) the N. Y. Times said in paFt:O
Mq oi2dy al f e n h order Fo.Dl eys "Be s Shrt triefs", annua
ated 'down fronm ope-ent th,- i me. ..Another fashion mhe left f mrChina,' Donald Nelson thisd -paticulto Drpostheelockof p' A so h
signed a new set'of rules-governings-wh--Todd Watley, ridin ahot of local interest. a ighI don't-inth appointment of hi and the the-boys and ils' tend to give away free publicity tot. b t a w
Continued' employment o-WPB dol- any andrthegGasnhowiazRodeo'stbull--og an organizrtroalseeking to promoted nrel
lar-a-year men. It has been felt first grc.F nt W wid peace oes its own. Our Government es
n th texti ore, s clothing arid leather t b ga s l t R s a heroh r is well equipped .to do thatI' .n
divisions bunt gradually is -beginare m th'e.Ti'sm n wr ta f e Not of local interest! a tisio -s
tre 'changes elsewhe- a sn ftn.a b r e da re .-u o .'irSuls
en to WePB "inttr- add t pn Piles. PAZO ointment has been famous
for tte es, for more tivda thirty years. Here's why
Dollar-a-year~~~th apI nmnsfrtencolms'll tax c hec flong First, PAZO ointment soothes inflamed
convicted oflumns peridu voa o sports areat orelnsves pain and itching. Second,
e Y B H Pet cafe 'society playgirls and PAZO ointment lubricate hardened
bytether get outee ohlh
hyinc s" T.he w d dried parts-helps prevent cracking g and
formulate o. y soreness. Third. PAO ointment tends
the appointments to bemade at the sors have been plagued by crank to reducsweling and check bleeding.
discretiontoftthag-- -Fourth. it's easy to use. PAZO In
-letters. Too much publicity plus- met's perforated il. Pipe makes apiout regard to existing law. Criti- -hin frs l T i. n ipl thu ts r door
Washington. .. veserregular habitshwshehS~o+
,,to .drnkig-it ri epstead lc
'e eross111adeleineinarroll, thebeactress don-throwut heavysetrameon the work
c s Y of the early dollar-aTc-year '-ap- oi a s yu 'aou r d oe
peitmesents atall thesged' in ha r atgosme yrs alu. She hselve tan or-td an fi tGs lcte etxe
tighen g of -thear poy buin beelo Cr-noptononversas ihuttupep.lo ay whichrnaggngbbackache
haeally le. ... ...... or.. fane . Our Vsp etn4eto eam- u
( a r a eic w o etast m nh '" -v "'~""" t srwho u se Potugal "H 's'n a rthan tied nevu allC wrnU ou.Ohe in
ar utysamlittle in t culrde toau se-oLibe"rt isals annuali- ur: .
cansb gveln crondicemfo thamy' Th ady-watching the slep tsti... . O that eWrfain nagr e
pn.o spply be 'employgde toesailorDhappens too o of twn c TSot.heg ae e t a
oud b monue b ny inFac ietbm iswihweedlvrdfo obr cri'ser ~ bas ronyc ame s parsth boy -and compls, Miler, demtetv tinLlers. by isn-Ad bytousad eith/ fatoy
uti i ongyptGreceandeveypatfomhehirdFle.Ath rmnth Gof ow aRodo n-US.tNavalVessels. hwer foralleedy reealni
or uthe -od meia tTel ae e planesiere c d o and he guasote igoe acrossille c inued tetas the meatheres p-theeed vasot atea wi te paersd Bu gnt-'.
amistie all l.A atrpo o ave thur cmandng ny narge.sctono, a one dtore dri ar a afar se ar T
ber +ofpne WP industry advitory rn: hlpie cio pointe toa..rtt.ouggil
- -''S cmtees r n indDe Odidal and/moeaathrri Te deteives. had thegood
heran prssd- hehoses I
co ..te.o...iu~ vil-- a k 6Htro~e-lette '-make~ he ar t......i-US
Dosit of+ dollara-yea en wt-- yirig ,upc. .H was a."erdPeaaozua ice
formlat poicyaffetin thir wn .-.'.-~rehstess ove r S1 idn rss ea WN'Uth ame- tie, gNon' etor do' ''j?-:::'' teeafers; he hadto hi b et'le
not1 rea..:... b ch -the ev1 gen morey seiua --'-+-----~-----""-~'4'\, -wr F gttingmnw" ,, He+ hisa'brdoutry of simla
poiint"aedcsos.fetn -an Magalin-foCr-o! she wa ar-s
i);,i+ MERRY-O=ROUNDrestedyu salegedlyh seling
th compagnes- at hihthey f-70;has-jewesfu Butrer cajon he her
whiuthoey wihro' when thypeae /v ..1-. r'""-~-"ows esawthu tiggruetinodr if ih t' ur ad
Waiongonow Fighting forn btte hi"cunry ... :' reua ais mrpr
- OrI f- rinkingits risOofreppsutananeinfeo
heh MER-O-ON Madoelehoine therll he actressn, tinhoseaytrnonteor
th oflot0ofhasme-in France during Woraes~ y.. ourin slte. he shev~ea. fthkiny.hearaptobc
esse nes, e. ae ove-taretandiailatlsoteaexcesman
++!: cobmie cei e th ajo r'Th lay+a in te sepg successful. cae hto jo{inehe RdadohrIprte!fo h iegvn
orplfanfare.ppl. coOurtepetuansweroto' headachelodizhinesstogetting up nights,
-+ healduth ser- een" orso i- thosetoagwhompausedu thee "He'sine aurforeign- aterleg'n hpainslie swelling-feelhngtn hcosnstantlyi H
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THE STORY THUS FAR: Zorle Corey "Very well," Zorie said submis- was really a very distinguished look- Teleas W ern aer nio OO between ,the tw rooms makes a
had with Paul Duncan, her fiance, siv ely. It meant she would have to ing bld man, so tall erect, with CHAIR division thout spoiling the'light
which she feared she could not keep, as stay up most of the 'night, to copy his stiking white hair. ary efect and a draw urtai
tewife o er emloer, Mlrs. Fosome,. airy effect and a.. draw ,curtain
tewe her mdploer m, o both papers. He must know it meant "I am Admiral Duncan," he in. Leson Uctoler 15 matching the living, room dra.
wanted' ero delsome thrty vlia- bot ,,- ers. ______ pei7is make t u th.ptlw to a. tea--in -person. After ofce that, because he must know she troduced himself. "My grandson peies make it possible to shtt the \
'hours she calls at her employer's home wold4 not let 'Jiminy Hoffbrower Paul has,been tellingiipts about, ga n a e teatdining rooni off hen desired.
Llcted ,ii and.-cill,&,ted by-i Inentoa diin roo of.e desired
,and picks up the Invitations. As it is down. I know it v late, but this is a council of Rigious Education; Jused *
'raining, she Is tempted to buy stamps for Paul kissed her quickly and mean- very urgent matter. May I step i permission. NOTE-Here is news for homemakers.
the whole lot an l an d them. ans inglessly on the mouth, and opened for just a moment-hm?" T NDERSTANDING i s ro ae AltE Y O
m rsolens to her the door. "You're certainly a peach, "Of curse," Zorie said helplessy. MA maCURTAINw T ane ao is fairnf
story gravely. Then he rips the nvIta. darling," he said with the effusive- He looked quickly about theo smart new certain and drapery ideas with
*om illustrated step-by-step directions for
tons from their cellophane covering ad ness of a man who has got his way unerringly selected the most 6m. LESSON, TEXT-Matthew 12:0.21. measuring, Cutting, making and hanging
tears-them to pieces. He halls a laxi and is.happy because you have come fortable chair and seated hinilf. GOLDEN TE CT-And needed not that any t O d ALG VALCE all types from the siniplest sash curtain
s1Vb rvrt-ae should iestlfy of man;, for hefcnew what was '' to the most complicated, 'lined 'over1on~o~khrwaseke "toheel. with-hist stick',across, hjs.,knees. inrT'-oh':5,AVE yo- vr lhyh f re4', papery, or stiffened valance. Whatever
directs. Mrs. Folsome phones and asks moin t e~ pa ato between. your cuti prbemhreiteanwr
r.oosr de lvered With his head turned, he$ was look- "Paul:says you're the cleyeret moving the pitton between your curtain problem here is the aswer.
ing at her whimsically, "'You know, girl he has .ever known; that\ onWe 'What is a man worth? That de- your living and dining room. but Order book by name and enclose 15 cents. Zorie, you'd be the ideal person for worked ion books of all sorts' with spends en'youi& point'of view. In A feared the ceiling would sag if sup- Address: CHAPTER III thatjob." professors, that you've a wonderful maseun-stands-a collection of small ports were remov d? Or, perhaps
"What job?" talent for literary collaboration, an jars containing mineralss, water you have considered the idea And Bedford Hills New York i
But .Paul's fae .was- shiny, too, "Workingiti th admiral dn hi that youre just the girl to work with etc. whici make ud thethat after all it might not Drawer 10
.,and his eyes were aAgry and ob- memoirs." me on my autobiography-htm?", man,, and which ara valued atto have the Enclose 15 cents for book "Make
flivious. She backed into 'the room "I?" she wailed. "Don't be silly." Zories mouth was dry. "But i than a dollar. 'But thrreis moreto two rooms in o Hi Iere is an an- Your Own Curtains."
-as he entered, hoping he would take "Dmde ." she egan. man than his body. swer to both -these e Name................
her in! his armsn and make love "Don't be smoetdrigYo hbga. 'IIatoohofts questions. Nam ................
SAnd that "mre"-intelletu and The sketch shows the partition Address ......................
'he alitle.But Paul was too pre- virtually ghosted Ferguson's book on -"o'bd oes;m -eahespiritual-is what deternnesh'rmodtogv-agetrfelg,occupied.' There was a sheaf of yel- eogna ufo him, and te amnt o f se he keal; h. "Palraysyo"d real value. Jesus understood (yes,, -' '-low paper rolled upf in his hand. original stuff yo write into these" t real finishing jorkb, wt e and now He understands) man, and
"I can only stop a moments he laces a high valuation on him. That
-said, vigorously. "What a night I I'v yuwasd grinningeat her. ~ ig ous"n AdIal Duncanu whase yu is worth knowing in a world where spent my" time trying to wheedle think It'ss hw.rH. We" wonha ge the price of humanity is often fgured
'that old pest into taking a plane storm~ up and, down, -dictating -that overl pi's ino?"h W@ oi't'gl Athe basis bf~his'usefulness in warwest. But he'P got another of his garbage to, you and you'd just sit rpice-hm. e or the factory.
obsessions. He's on his way back there in your sweet, meek way, and She realized that Paul had sold er Jesus really understands man. He
-to the Islands, and some publisher ~ down the river, to spare hirnself. knows his '
processesewhose motives or mental processes "But Admiral Duncan-" 1. Need (v. 9).
are certainly worth looking into has '"A publisher is very much ter- The first thing Jesus saw in the
sold him on the idea that his life e'ted in the bo he went on heed- synagogue a ot the leaders, or
'would niakeia wonderful bohokl les'sly. 'He wants it 'as son as the beauiul apareled rich, or theR I ESS
PaiA's expression was so dour that cant t d. ko learned scibes. He saw a man with, e ras are Great d"
askede. "From wat u" tobi ld'meis in ,ye~........... elly myoe asteA. d a were hae one who needed
Zrlie laughed.s ,"Wouldn't it? she an tf ar r the han d n h
.adout it, his life hast been awfully ach the "Samoa"-sailing toir cop mented Him- by expecting whole ripe grain in nearly all the
bou t ea n aul ,v 'erea wed f
colorful." row rather, this afterno at the crippled one-and proteitive food' elements declared
'iveod t u al-and I've alread ire for-'a atedhm (ark 3:2), for essential to hin h.tritiion,
"You 1 do' uneitn, Pau on..,s t);ti;'. . ...:h~
sai "Hle's picked on me to help stateroom for yosa l i Uis th Sabba
write it Zorie sat -for in her chair" iDo we seethe real need of human."Youe Zore gasped. She had 'her eyes haggad and amostlini d Ity? oesitspeak to. us and prompt
worked on enough of Paul's compo- ed by -exhausto, herback ahing us to helpful ation? If not, are we
:itions to iknow his literary short- f'her 'brain spinning, while Admira like our Lord an Ma siter?,
oigs Duncan's words beat against her l Vale (vV. 10-2). .I
"Yes!" said Paul savagely. "Me! like surf. They who would not hesitate to IRh1flhI'?hI O LEVY speaing:
I al"weje the stor of owas a d-s tt k oe: Wanuromathe Sab- In "TlMIRACLE OF MORGAN'S CREEK,"a Parampbunt Skture
eaned on it! I cut my teeth on it! '~*--- ~ ''plane comnforfably-hni?"' .-~ hahdd-ntwn h a or-~
I grei up on' it! I'm a problem 4ate. He was going toh thie. H ceive help' Thus they put pr ierty
child because of it. was talking into it. He was saying above the person of man, and
Paul, was pacing up and down the "I want one more seat on Flight showed their low valuation f man.
small room, weaving his way adroit- Seven to San Franciso-hm? This The dignity of man's personality,,
'y I among tables and chairs and is' Admiral' Oliver Hazard' Perry the fact tht he is made in the lke,- W
brandishing the yellow scroll as if it Duncan. Government tbusiness- ness and iage, of God, the great "
were sword. Em?'I demnd piority. What's that etiaiis wich exist in everyis elt a
"Did I a-ll theba" .
erean swod hephm -an,-doi- an'c g ttth en i rase Fie! send ii Exc0:exdt! mo-al ihs shoeulde'; uons~k' the -y So
He whirled on her. "Di I ever hm sean. d lii hka t' tue ea h i i e
ell you th 'story of how he helped He dropped the receiver into the: Chistian church the need of a new I .......
GeorgeDewey wii the Battle of Ma- hook. He was rubingn'his hands. and he ifr estimate 'of theworth of .'... t o '
ila Bay-how he ran in under the "There's plenty of space ona that a man-or a by or a' girl. Let us
very guns of Cavite and let the tor plane. It's the milk plane. Itstops look at the with God's eyes, and
S pedoes go?" ev b -er e and it isn't a w sweeper, seek to i he nrie.
u r mentioned that," Zoreit gets us to San Francis with I Fait (v. 13)
adurmiged. an hour to spare." You -wdn't ind' No doubt this re hadtriedcountPaul- stopped again, facing her, sitting up."i We can discuss'tli~bok less' times to straighten out that
with twisted 'ito p wry -h ? - withered arm. It was the very thing
- grimace,'hi hands, spread-fitgered, 4She understood now why his lie most wanted to do, but it was j
.shrugged up in a gesture of comi- "You don't understand," Paul twelve grandchildteii were in such quite impossible. Is Jesus then
ral hopelessness. said. "He picked on me to help him dread of him. 'Much as she wanted charging him 'with the impossible, T
"I tell you, darling, I'm a des- write it." to get away from Elleryton, much asking. him to do what cannot be
operate -man." as she would love to go to Hawail, ldoe? M
Zore's smile was-made up largely take it down in shorthand, then work she did not want to go at the cost of No, for He saw in this mah the
of compassion. "Do you want me it up glibly into chapters. It would having to work with this old tyrant desire to be whole and faith in to, take him off your hands while be right down your street, Zorie!" on hismemoirs. ', ,, God's ability t9 make him iWhole.
you work on your dissertation? He "It's a lone-way street," Zorie an- Zorie would ,never know (how he Dr. G. Campbell M organ puts it c^an sit 'here and play with Toby swered, "and I'm walking the oth- accomplished it. But thenext thing .vell: "We turn from a contemplawhile I copy a term paper." er way, thank you." she knew, she was in her. 'room 'tion of a Withe'red hand and look at g POWDE*
"No, Zorie. There's something' he finished copying Jimmy's packing andhe was lounging in the the, fac6 of Jesus. The moment we
else.. He has 'another brain wave term paper a little before two- doorway, wearing a whimsical, self- do this, we know' that the command on. He thinks I'm wasting my life. thirty. She made herself a pot of satisfied smile and telling her what is possible because He commands He calls what 'I'm doing childish coffee, took it intd the alcove with interestig wok it' would be, and it$ hoWever impossible it'tnay ap, nsense. He -wants -me to give it a cup and saucer and -sgar and what a gallant girl she was -for com- pear. To look 'into that face 'must up, go back to the Islaids with him, glanced through Paul's dissertation. ing the aidoa d man w inevitably, haemeantto be certain ...
and,. go. to work as 'a- cut-cane luna Iwa nttd,"ifrce ingreat story to leave 'to posterity--a -that, HewasnVtthere- to reveal dis- E U UIIIIU ***.,,
on-the old plantation and work up." Intellectual Fun story of'which the world might be ability, save-as He Was also there to Calox was created by a dentist for per.ctioning-'among~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Nor robd ifi ee-ntptdwn npta nioi.ons who want utmost brilliance consist. "Seriously?" Zorie asked. mal, -Paretic, and Schizophrenic robbed ai ite were aot putdow on put an eid to it" soswhoutmosebllsa n
"I'll ay seriously! Aid I have to Adults." She asked herself: "Is this paper at once, mydear, becaije he IV Enimitf (vv. 14, 5a). entwith-utmost ntleness.
be awfully careful with him. ie's nearly so important as raising this was 'old-he was eighty-six-and he Jesus saw the god in man. He Scrupulouscleansin Yourteethhave
been dropping vague references all sugar that I'm putting into my cof- might not last Much longer . hu? also saw the evil. He was not un- ouslcleansingelaourrtsinh Cave
evening to drawing a new will when fee?" It certainly wasn't to her. Shewanted tolaugh'^at that. With aware of the hatred and the dark
he hits Honolulu. If I don't watch Starting in on the old family planta- his ener, which' was that' of a devices of Hi' enemies. Until the '. Calo geny cleans play enface
my step, he might even cut me off. tion as a cut-cane luna-whatever steamroller on a downhill grade, he day when He was 'to perit them sains, loosens nacin plaque.
Do you see now why I'm des- a cut-cane luna was and did-sound- would doubtless celebrate his ont to take Him captive in the nbgarden,
peaePP- e mc oeectigadwrh hundred and fiftieth birthdlay. 'He", withdrew from them leaving 3. Made by"McKesson & Robbins,
"I see," Zorie murmured., She while nothing your ad over tha Sh'e packed her two suitcases an them to their evil designs and their Bidgeport, Conn.-a laboratory with
-hlbthrn you -hver 100r yerthan.eci mkng -~ ~ "
wanted to say that, in her humble intellectual differences between nor- a small hand trunk. The 'iorbeli' wicked unbelief. over 100 year exeiencqin making
opinion, his taking a job and work.- mal, paretic and 'Schizophrenic rang. Over Admiral Duncan's' vo Sometimes when, we see ho the 'fine drugs.
wai sounded ifntlmoeatta- ta'little before four, the doomr- ThyWet downstir.- Pau w hwte-appe to go~ihu
tiveto hr thn hs gongboean -11rang again. It -startled -her, stqnidin in the open doorway 'wiith frg et -that there 18I Ole who "sits
becoming a professor of psychology, even though she -as 'occasionally his feet planted-apart. His -eyps were in the sh bws"-and who knows and
but she wisely refrained. -'Where"'is called to the-telephone- ornto the 'door dark with anger,: and his mouth -noqtes not only their ungodly: deeds,
he now?"' ., x by. a student on -an instructor at looked thin and hard. He was oli- but als thei sinfu' thoughts"At IMcGonigle's. Hek hasda'way," some such, scandalous hour to have iriously -trying to 'control himself. .H wA ta sn o
Paul vwent on, "of bullying and cajol. something copied.* --- He was white aynd he was trembling. us.Heu no and teh igegnfor
ing you into doing what he wants, A pang shot thrdugh the small of He -might have been "'-igfor Lo*fet u'oseing lveeane of
anghe itses some kind oftmesmner- her back as. she got up from the statue to be entitled "Teovege. eting Gdourevs, -aus e ofrill
ism, too. It almost alvrays7 works, typewriter. -She 'was so -tired she "So' here you -are!" he panted. care for it all. -9-'**
hes itt b ted h h bl an s lon urgnt Mn hcitieo amther weak"The dissertation Is, fintished--or phald.-- Admiral Duincan managed to look ness to one another, always trying to """"'
as finish ed as it cant beiderith.411 this :She -orened the door. A thin, -tall annoyed l'and vague at- the same keep up the appehrancae of strength
in the air. W11 youl copy it tonight old man with a furrowed red~ face time. "What are you talking about?" and success. Well; there isano -need "
darling, and -will yajpe take specialj chin~?blue eyes,- and curly snow: 'he snapped. '' of that kind of subterfuge with God. "~"
pains with it-spelling and -grammat white hair stood on the; doormat '"What you said catph anything I've gone wrong on? door -button. He wore no hat. He J3ust before -you; sneaked over 14). ---'"- ""
You know how my mind works bet- -had an air of eagerness and im- here!" -Jesus sympathized with those who
ten than I do." patience, and his untrimmed white 'Oh, that," his grandfather said, were 'physically ill and He healed '
He held out the scroll to her, and brows, which grew up into peaks on "I asked him to excuse you so you them- (v. 15). What comfort there is A-'- :s'*
she automatically took it. his forehead, gave him a whimsi- could go to the Islands with me- in knowing that He is present at the'. """'a" ~*"
"It's in your hands now, Zorie," cailly -ferocious appearance.' His hmn?" sick bed of every believer, and that'
he said. eyes were mischievous and his jaw ,"But you know examinations be- He 'is able to heal as it may be iwa' "''""'"""
"But, Paul," she protested,. "I'vre was large and prominent, and this, gin ini a few days!" Paul said hotly. His will and purpose. Only He can vw ''-I
alreadjr ~promised to copy a:- term as any student of human nature "You 'know I have a million things -do it. ~
paper tonight." -' knows, is a dangerous combination, to do before the holidays!"' But there is something even more,
The glow went out of Paul's eyes Even before he spoke, Zorie knew It was pitiful, Zorie thought with- precious here. Man is weak not'
and the drama out of his posture, that her untimely caller was Paul's out a twinge of pity, to see' him only physically but spiritually. His
"Jhose i Hoibroer'catywllueredesm.gad struggling. He was furious-and try- spiritual light 'may- at -times be near"Wheismmty Horoe 's. cftyr wilumdlsmirngdoar not to go too far. -He eyot-js a'ih smsolderin wick in-a
"But Hoffbrower's going to flunk! "You're -Zorie Corey-hmn?" he wanted 'to say so much more, but he a d fabihl hnn ap e
It's in the bag!" said.- "The girl who Is so clever at was as helpless as one of the white mit be temipedreo ba thtitk HERE'S WHY gently warming, soothing Ben-Gay give;
"I want to help him all I cn"doin'g manuscripts that the entire rats he used in his con epr- -e' u tetrl u.Btntscfsrlefosmlhaah..e-acnan
Zorie said gently. faculty leans on her-hm?" ments. Ik th dia d J-et's. He i i er iot.ted fnoit upto2f/streierme simleeftoamdsai.n-lievinaens,
"But you can't put that-.tripe of -It was, 'she would learn, a con- "es, I onw,"-hamil said Jento flae -wagaf-prtefnitupethyl/ taimye and-o mtol-kpn-relioevingyagentsr
hsis ahead of mine!" Paul cried an- firmed old habit that hm?-ac- genially. "It's all arranged-hmn?" in fla m aiie abrokenm-thsaiyotewidenholfrd-nsownitrogengiy. "Frhae'-ae ore urdfo er ofdaig with "I'll go next term when school re.The iture-ma is likea okenstickhunie uckatergwien-y fer rub-ins. Sointogeef
" McGomigle's promised to read it as Hawaiian, -Japanese, -Portuguese, closes," Paul said grimly. -, cut neod The forcsupre is tone asik.,qikatn BnGyfrwloesohn eif
soon as you can get it done, 'To- Filipino and other plantation labor- "No. I want you to go now." Andu -thue itr sure-t shealkwe
nih!That's how important it is ens who might not understand the Paul had his hands in his coat Ad theak it breakswatall piees
-- to ,us! He'll be up all night -reading simplest order. "You savvy-hmn?" pockets. Zorie knew that his fits and throw it away? Yes, that is what
term papers. It may be the-the "I'm Zorie Corey," Zorie said in were clenched. He was white with we will do if we have not the spirit OF
fork in the Foad! You've got to do a meek voice. fury. eu
it rigrht aa, Zo7iw."is H7. quclylokhe vr.-'He,,T1,s~stOTINUED)... -esu. t- rr n-rnT~nrl

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SFACULTY EA- assisted by lRev. E. L. Baxter, rector of Bushnell; Hal Hentz, Miss Alice nigan, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Partridg,
- of the local Episcopal Church and Henitz, of Winter Haven; Miss Nell William E. Dean, of Tallahassee, and
(continued from page 1) Rev. Robert T. Wallace, pastor of the Partridge, Jacksonville; Judge C. B. Mrs Nettie Armistead, of Greenville.
chairman, reported on work done on Presbyterian Church.
Pall bearers were Edwayd Bailey, USE SECURITY FEED'S
the club grounds. Mrs. L. M. Keen Pall hearers were Edward Baile Smith, Madison; Elmer Horne, Met-_USESECURITYFEEDS
reported on plans of the social corn- Louis Morris, T.'B. Bird, L. R. Rainey, calfe, Ga.; Miss Frances Horne,ibe to mittee. Mrs. Clyde Sauls, house Glenn Miller and Arthur Phillips Thomasville, Ga.; Governor Spessard Subscribe to
chairinan reported on plans to im- The honorary pall-bearers were Holland, Mrs. Alex Turnbull, Mrs.
prove the club room, and to fix up headed by Spessard Holland, gover- Catherine Turnbull, Mrs..T. T. Turn- News Help your old hens through the molt
the dressing room. -Mrs. Bailey sug- nor of Florida,-a long time personal bull, R. C. Simpson, Mrs. W. P. Jer- The 1i-more quickly and have them in good
gested that the club assist with work friend of the deceased. iT condition for heavy- fall and- winter
on the cemetery grounds, and Mrs. t laynditi for eadiw
Brink as.-president of tte Garden, Interment was in Roseland Ceme- ying by eeing
Club ,told of plans of that club to tery, where so many of those Charlie SECURITY EGG MASH
improve the cemetery, extending the Carroll loved are. sleeping. E Ye
edge. Longfellow sang- Look Early to Your WinterNeeds For Faster Growing and
he club gave a vot of "Sweet as a song that once consol- MASPlum Broilers use
The club gave a vote of apprecia- B ed our pain u
ed our pain .
ok wMt Gelling for herBut never will to us be sung again SWEATERS-we have the-All Kinds SECURITY CHICK RATION
Cub Monticello Service Is thy remembrance. Now the hour or
uof rest Men's, Women's and Children's SECURITY BROILER RATION
The club room was beautifully ar- Has come to thee-"
ranged for the meeting by the house
committee, of which Mrs. Clyde Sauls Also plenty of JACKETS in leather, wool or combinations If your hogs are in the cornfield, balance their ration with
is chairman. Arrangements of fall !ATTEND CARROLL FUNERAL for men and boys, and a nice lot short coats for ladies.
flowers were used on the piano and And SHOES for all the family. Spend your stamp Wisely! SECURITY SWINE SUPPLEMENT
on tables in the room. Mrs. L. M. The out-of-town friends and rela- Do you need BLANKETS or BEDSPREADS? Don't sleep -a high protein and mineral feed formulated to balance
cKeen, chairman of the social commit- tives who were in Monticello Friday cold. See our line. Security Swine Supplement wth
'tee was in charge of, the annual tea to ,attend the funeral of Charles your corn. 40 pounds Security Swine Supplement with
SJ the school faculty which followed Carroll included his daughters, Ser- your corn will produce 100 pounds of pork.
th business meeting. Mrs. Keen and geant Alice Carroll Ward, of Lub- Nice stock OUTING 27 in. and 36 in.
Mrs. J.W. Summitt presided at the bock, Texas; Miss Nell Carroll, of How are your PAJAMAS? If you have noner-we have. See us for 5 Pound or 5 Tons of.any brand Security Feeds
beautifullyappointed tea table. About Lake City; Mrs. Robert Stuart of We still have plenty WORK CLOTHING for men and boys Fair Prices Always
'twenty members of the school facul- Lakeland; his daughter-in-law, Mrs. Army -Khaki and other matched suits
ty and several other visitors called Charles T. Carroll, Jr., of Lakeland; OHTr
During the tea hour. a brother,E. W. Carroll, of Tampa; 1O NS
and a sister, Mrs. E. E. Atkinson, of T S BRAS ELL wHERE IT COSTS LESS"
STATE PRESIDENT- Bushnell; Robert Stuart and son
/ Bobby of Lakeland; E. E. Atkinson,
(continued from page 1) -- -- ,
from these items, gifts which they ......__send to their families at Christmas.----Mrs. Westfall installed the new
ifficers of the Auxiliary, including
Mrs. Maurice Loeb, president; Mrs ~Marion Walker, vice president; Mrs.
W. J. Bullock, chaplain; Mrs. Lamar Davis, historian; Miss Mary Collins, secretary, and- Mrs. Walter Edwards, treasurer, instead of Mrs. Lester Loeb ppqinted a refreshment
man who resigned.
committee, consisting of Mrs. F. J.
Conklin, Mrs. W. M. Scruggs and M rs. Lamar Davis. She announced that other committee appointments
would be made by the next meeting.POSTW DUSTR OR
The club room was deccrattd for T O A
the occasion by Mrs. R. H. Gelling, A aa :m m
who used lovely arrangements of yellow chrysanthemums. The refreshment table, where cookies and punch
were served, was overlaid with a ht Future Can Soon mate, p e, asportation: the conditions are
handmade lace cloth and decorated
with flowers. i liti!
n addition to the distinguished 4 Become Realityr t i
those attending were Mrs. 0 coFlori O fas Florida Power Light Company of to the
M rs. Loe Mrs. William Scruggs, e d e Ori a keninl t prospec 0 a 8 VACmm8Blties 30tv, 1 li 08 Of itS
iMrs. F,. J. Conklin, Mrs. J. W. Ham- ce 0% Fida is communities it ervs, the cooperate of its
ttNL% V t.9 -a, ,ot tt Floid isawknigtote rspc os v
ton, Mr . oGelning, Mrs. Lamar eq 10 (ve da Ot 3o8 industrial expaion in the future. LocatioO,
Dvs M- exaso in t fuue staff of trained consultants. The press of the
Davi, Mrs. . Blloc, Mrs. Laalv, to 0viso 4 ,
terEo ,o s,lbormrktraw E e~ri ia, Oary So, state has echoed the response of the citizens
ter Edwads II I(t. aronMW.alkr gL o a *
Miss Mary Collins, Ann Bullock, .,vo, .... ....
Thoasene Edwards, Ann E wards, o Florida. Working tog other we ll succeed,
Mrs. George Arrants, Mrs. Christine tvs te s Jed 9 s to
H milto.e Arrantsis rs.e Chritinbiu we must act first by planning, by marHamilton. a, Cl b b we must
toP -eeasling our resources. Th1 time fr that i
te to
C--e fo repage s -41,o;, li e NW . We can't get ready too soon ...
sr (Continued from first page) ae 0r 11.1
service, rather than place. o Tomorrow is almost here.
On March 15, 1899 he was joined t t'O s
in marriage to Robina Logan Hentz, to th 1 .ch q II es s.
a daughter of the eminent physician >o r p, at
and scholar, Dr. Charles A, Hentz, L"& (t Itr O 5 CONES
of Quincy, Florida. This marriage h L 4 gl Ic
was truly a happy one, and four chil- ( 1 es s .ar 4
dren blessed this union. These are o o, I V 'Ce
all living; Sergeant Xlice Carroll e dftE THA 300 FLORIDA CITIES AE MtiES
4kic yI, oCI'e HY~k I~i M0ThE THAN 300 FLORIACTE I
Ward, WAC, of Winter Haven, is o a
stationed at Lubbock, Texas, in the .P '111 1 C
service of her country. Nell Carroll O- -e
of Lake City is executive secretary 4r,2 tI , e
of the Columbia County Red Cross, t pC e.
el pl es~ r J ~
May Carroll Stuart is the wife of 1. -7 te ,
Robert Stuart, o4 Lakeland, and S e L ,0,, oI Q
holds with her husband a high place 0 0O t4 i
0. W ON,11 ow -1.f; PIJh.1 .",
in the life of that fine city. Charles .7 4; "0t \" 1 ee
T. Carroll, Jr., is technical observer 1 ;
with the U. S. Army in the Persian t ,e
Gulf Command. 0..'.1
Here are the "short and simple ann nals" of a happy, useful life that ended, after a brief illness of three says, 'C. IC-)
on October fourth of this year, 1944 -_e i uted ,--we say "on ..\-.,
ied"--but all who -- 4 'o"
him well ow that he lives on
in the memories of many who loved "". '*
him. Tears, unashamed, marked the '
faces of old and young, rich and opp\
poor, black and white, when the last owe...
farewells were said by the flower, .,- 'i'." : ,,.
decked grave. i4; i.. ; '
1,o,-sate ,,ca at
He had a way of writing down the u o ...... a oaa ae'
names of people who were in trouble S, O C a5 n
-with the note "call on" such a one. ,n Ce' ...n ,, S o taoC a *And, he did it. A sizeable book ,,,0 "- "' Canonesna'n Cn
could be hinted to show testimony ,
accumulated through the years of ~\C~\I0 S OC
thoughtfulness-testimon~y freely of0 .~aaat~'a' ~ 1a W~nO~e
ant ,0n5 ca \t ,,a ,1' auo5-an ta e a3
feared by those whose lives he brightly "" baC,' aant :0 3 o .,.,as *e .
touched. nadei~e"5t na~n" nXa
On the night when-he was struck C .. an o \: 'o
down he sang in his loved church the 22 ,n'n .... ,\a
message "Tho' your sins be as scar- od' (,$V
let." His tenor never rang so sweet o-, o
arid clear. Those who heard, never a
dreaming he was singing his last song, said this was Charlie's sinrg'ing at its b-st It var a glorious incesge
for a Ch(tistieo to lea;e. It will Write to Industriqi Development
long remembered.
He leaves three brothers, William Department, Florida Power &
Waring. F rncis We.s-ton, and Ed- Light Cosmpay, Miami, 30, Fn.,
ward Willison Carroll--the first two or call on your nearest Florida
of ;osl'cel the i)st of I apa Power & Light Company manager.
Cne slo r sunrvives, irs. E. E. Atktinson, of Bushnell.
Funcral services were held in the
church whole he hacd served fif'til- e. .
ly and jovously since childhood. Rev. ~
J. L. Hunter, the pastor, officiated, Ieof a series of advertisementsto appear in si newspapers in communities of Florida Power a Light Company system directed toward the industrial development of Floride,
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HOME-PRODUCED FEEDS CHURCH OF CHRIST *TvI For Attorney General of the State the State of Florida, at. Tal- R. A. GRAY,
OFTEN MEAN DIFFERENCE Meets at Woman's Club f Florida. (Seal) lahassee, the Capital, this Secretary of State.
OFTEN MEAN DIFFERENCE Meets at Woman's or Comptroller of the State oi the twenty-fifth day of Aug- To Hon. A. S. Grant, Sheriff JefferBETWEEN PROFIT, LOSS Florid mpa. tr ust, A. D. 1944. son County.
(By Spuds Johnson) John S. Whitehead, Minister MONTICELLOFor Treasurer of the State of Flor ~
F n(By Spuds Johnson) Bible School, 10:30 A. M. M ONT I L NEWS ida.
Fortunately, high prices for the Morning Worship 11:30 A. M. For Superintendent of Public In- From where Isii ... Joe M arshK
thingstheysell are not blinding Flor- Evening Worship, 8:00 o'clock. struction of the State of Florida. --id farmers to the need for food and For Commissioner of Agriculture
feed crops produced at home. En Prayer Meeting, Wed., 8:00 p. m. of the State of Florida.
couraging reports from all over the $2.0. A LYE R iFor Two (2) Justices ol the Sustate are to the effect that farmers CALVARY BAPT. CHURCH premne Court of the State of Florida. One Less Tramp
Who harvested short feed crops ts Rev. D. A. Simmons, Pastor Fpr One (1) Railroad CommissionWh harvested ornt feedp tsNOTICE OF ELECTION er of the State of Florida. in O ur Tow n
fall are endeavoring to plant larger School-10:30 A.M. For One Member of the House of
Sunday Foro-13 One Meb. ofteHueo
areages of bats and other winter Morning Worship-1 :30 A. M. To the Sher:ff of Jfferson County, Representatives of the State of
crops to make up the difference. Mof the State of Florida: Florida. Esther Curless found a tramp orchard, with Rags lying underIn addition to having to pay high B.T.U.-7:30 P.M. Be it Known, That R. A Gray, For County Judge. asleep in the hammock in her neath, and a cool glass df beer
prices for purchased feeds, farmers Evening Worship-8.30 P. M. Secretary of State of the State of For Sheriff. apple orchard, and she didn't beside me."
realize that they may not be able to Mid Week Service--8:30 P. M. Florida do hereby give notice that a For Clerk of the Circuit Court. hesitapple orte a minute. She grabsdidn't beside me.
For Prosecuting Attorney, County hesitate a minute. She grabs a A soldier's picture of home!
obtain all the needed feeds from the Wednesday. GENERAL, ELECTION Court. rolling pin-and the last they
outside. Feeds are none too plenti- Chpir Practice-Wednesday eve will be held in Jefferson County, For County Assessor of Taxes. saw of him, te'amp was mak h
flthogotthe country, and feed- ning following Prayer Se:'vhee. State of Flor'ida, .or. Tuesday next For County Assessor of Taxes, saw of him, the tr'amp was mak- he misses so! From where I sit,
l throughout thea w ae fe i n Yoloi ay vie succeeding the first Monday in Nov- F Cor Tax Collector. tde f Pubing dust tracks to the state line. Esther's mighty right in want.
s u c -codi n th e f rst M o n ay n N v F o r C o u n ty S u p erin te n d en t o f P u b
es in other areas will have first You are cordially invited to attend ember A. D. 1944, the said Tuesday lic Instruction. "It ain't only that I don't like ing to defend those "littleCaim on the feeds produced there. these services. :,ng Seven Day of November""special things" from all intruders.
F ortu ately seed are a ailab e ofFor IU nited States Senator from the. F o r F ive County Com m issioners. laziness," says E sther, 'special. h n s r m a l l t u
Fortunately, seed are available of For United States Senator fro the For One Member of the County ly in wartime. It's that that par. They're among the things ou
veral new strain of oats especially NOTICE State f lorida, for six yearsrom Board of Public Instruction. ticular hammock is Ned's ham. men look forward to returning
adapted to western Florida, Quincy Jn. 3, 1945. Presidential Electors For Justice of the Peace in and for tcular hammock is Ned's ham- men look forward to retunep
ed, Quiney White a Florile beg The City Council will hear co- For Representative of the Third the following Justice D.istrics, viz.: mock-and Ned's fightin' for it to-the things we want to keep
or Representative of teTidnacfrthm
te new varieties which have proven plaints on tax assessments of the Congressional Distict of the State No. 5, No. 11, No 9. overseas!" intact for them.
ilgh yielders of grain and good pro- 1944 tax roll at their regular meet- of Florida, in the Seventy-ninth For Constable in and for the fol- Then she shows us Ned's last
decers of grazing. Other and older ing to be held on November 7,\ 1944 Congress of the United States. lowing Justice Districts, viz.: N. letter where he ays: "I keep
Varieties can be used for grazidlg, at 8:00-P. M. For Governor of the State of Flor- No. 8, No. 9, No. 11., dreaming ofm hammock in the
even though they may be susceptible artha Murdock, Clerk ida. L. S. In Testimony Whereof, I
e trshou h rev es o gpinl Mk For Secretary bf State of the State have hereunto set my hand
to rulds. For central Florida the good grain No. 7. Oct. 6, 13, 20, 27. of Florida. and affixed the Great Seal of No. 98 of a Series Copyright, 1944, Brewing Industry Foundation
variety, Florida 167,'ha proven out- u _-__._.....
standing in grain yields, but all avail- NoTICE OF ELECTION ninth (39tno and Forty-first (41st) Dis- That the following amendment of See- arty within such municipality or town, iy. ana on and after the expiration
able seed of this variety have been WHEREAS, The Legislature of 1943, tricts shall be elected for a term of tion 24 of Article III of the Consti- and not otherwise. of the term of each of said County
a s t v t e under the Constituton of 885, of the four years and the Senator from the tution of the State of Florida, relating The Oounties of Dade and Orange and of the County Solicitor and Ptrosecutplaced for this year. State of lorida, did pass 10 Joint Reso- Fortieth (40th) District elected for a to uniform county and municipal gov- each municipality, town, district and the County
also are grow- ns proosin amendments to the term of two years from the time of ernment and the classification of othe. special taxing districts now ere- ing Attorney shall be a od wtthin
number of farmers also are gro- tithe General Election of 1944. and there cities and towns. be. and the same "is, ated by law, or which may be hereafter said Counties. and all of the duties
ing ryefor grazing, and this tcrthe were a to by oa after said\ Snators shall e elected for hereby agreed to and shall be sub- created by law. in each of said Coun- ofi the County SoHlicitor within each of
votg rye graaing, ors shame agee a 0sfhflln exoe the duties
afterm 0 of the Stateh tor cae 't emitted to the electors Of the State ties, shall retain and control the Power tsucceeds well on many types of soils. t hee-fifths of all the votes eleton said vacancy in office, of Florida at the General Election of to fix their respective budgets for the of the States. Attorney n ea
ato each house: that the votes on said Filed In office Secretary of State Representatives to be held in 1944 purpose of measuring and impooins the
These small grains can be planted Joint Resolution were entered upon June 14. 1943. Sfor approval or' rejection: that is to millage to be mposed upon Property Section On ana after e expatisatoly their respective Journals, with he eas say that Section 24 of Article M of in said Counties, subject to ad valorem ration Of the terms of the Clerks ot
eveninto uhOober and ine and ditherent thatnd they did deJointer- A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing to the Constitution of the State, o- Flor- or other like taxes within each resoee- e Criminal Court of Record of Dade
even into early November ,and-farm- mine and direct that the said Joint Amend Section 21 of Article V of the ida be amended so, as to read as fol- tive municipality, town. district or other and Orange Counties. fto which they
ers with sho spples of feeds are of the Stations be submitted to the election rs Constitution of the State of Florida Re- lows: s e cial taxing area. and the County eact are serving or have been elected
ers with s~rt, si~ppies of fspecial, taxingStarea, tandGthealCountyiocan arenservingpeora havenbeena.eaedted
takwing adh p s of e reNovember, 1944 A A lating to Justice Districts. and Justices Section 24. The Legislature shall Tax Assessor in each of said Counties on January 1 1945. the offices of the
taking advant % Of ithelm. of toeher Pece,4ssss.n
' Now. THERFORE, 1, R. A. GRAY of the Peace. establish a uniform system of county shall in determining each assessment Clerks of the Criminal Court of Record
Farmers Who may ye inclined to Secretary of State of the State of Florida. BE 'I1 RESOLVED BP rlE LEGIS- and municipal government, which shal add the amount levied and imposed by t both Counties and the Clerks ii
do hereby give notice that a LATURE-OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: be applicable, except in cases where such millage to the amount IMposed the Civil Courts of Record and the
doubt th eb fits of bountiful sup GENERAL ELECTION That the following amendments to Sec- local or special laws are provided, or by the respective Counties of Dade and Court of Crimes min Dade County shal,
plies of homnj -gxovt feeds may con- will be held in each county in Florida tion 21 of Article V of the Constitu- may hereafter be provided, by the Leg- Orange. all be abolished, and the duties f the
vince thems of their value on Tuesday net succeeding the first tion of ,the State of Florida be and islature that may be inconsistent there- Section 2. That on and after mid- Clerksin both Counties and the Criminal Court of Record
by Monday in ,November. A. D. 1944. the the same is hereby agreed to, and the with night, December 31st. 1944. the County the bClerk of tle Civil Court of Crimes
thinking ba afew years and corn- said Tuesday being the same slil be submitte to the qual- Filed in office Secretary of State Tax Collectors of the Counties Ofin Dade County shall all be assurime.s
SEVENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER Iied electors at the gefferal election in June 10 1943. Dade and Orange, State of Florida. taken over, and become a part of the
paring'the gleral financial condition or the ratification or rejection of the 1944 for ratification 'or rejection. shall each become the Tax Collector duties of the respective plerks of the
and welfare of th efarmers in their aid Joint Resolutions proposihg amend- "Section 21. There shall be not more A JOIN RESOLUTION Proposing t for all ad valorem and acre age taxes Circuit Court in Dade nd rnee Con
meant to the Constitution of the State than five Justice Districts In each Amend Section Six and Section Seven levied and impseuort calea ties.
county during years of heavy feed if Florida viz- county, and there shall be elected one of Article XVIII of the Constitution of ea 19 and subsequent yea e- ction he assumpon ew
pritcin gis er f igh utc of, the 'Peace, Justice the State of Florida Reaigto, he cept taxes now required to be col- section. a. i'he assumption 01i new
Justice each Relating leated by, the Clerk of the Circuit duties under the provisions of this
production a aginst years of- light A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing the District who shall hold office for four Term of Office of Persons Appointed Court) within each of said Counties Article shall not entitle any officer to
feed yields. Amendment o Section 1 o Artic years. Existing Jstice Districts are or Elected to Fill Vacancies in lee- and including all County taxes and increased compensation, but the officers
of the Constitution of Florida Relating herebyreconized, but, the Legislature tive Offices Under Said Constitution.. all ad. valorem and acreage 'taxes 1m upon whom such new duties shall be 15,000 sef Lto Taxation. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLA- posed by any municipality. town dis- imposed shall continue to be governed
15,000(slS for Lumber SE iT RESOLVED S rl LEGIS change the boundaries of any such Dis- TUtE OF THE STAVE OF FLORIDA: trier, or other taxing district oon by the general law of the Stat oxn
SLATURE OF THE STATE OF Ftrict now or hereafter established and That the following amendment to See- property within each of said Countio, it now is. or may be hereafter, as, re
There are than 15,000 differ LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA may establish new or abolish any such
That the follwin ame n t,- Disrietabsh new or abolish any suhe tion 6 and Section 7 of Article XVIII and the Legislature may provide that lates to the- fixing of their respective ent uses fort lumber and its by-pro- 1 of Article IX of the onstitution Provided now or hereafter existing." of the Constituti6n of the State of each of said Collectors shall also col- salaries or orescribing their maximum
ero ofr rating to taxatonstbe Provided how er that any tu c h Florida be. and the same is hereby lect any other taxes, licenses or .ex- compensation from fees. orovided how.
the same is here agreed to to andt a changes shall be submitted to the areed to. and the sam -hall 3e sub- clses within said Counties. Such col- ever, that each officer may. as he ass Mhe submitted to the electors of the State people o any county so affected by mitted to the qualified -ctors of the lectors shall each remit to the desg- sumes the nerein stated additional dttos
WhereMots Are 0Iarg"We bmte to heectrofthe State refeendu the thei state addiction genera
of Florida for ratification or rejection election State of Florida for ratific nation or re- nated proper officials of each taxing take over and be allowed such assist.
Whe&MthsAr .Lrg I of Florida for ratification or rejection election.
Thysania moths of Guatemala at *he next General Election to be held Fled in office Secretary of State. section at the next ensuing general elec- authority in their respective Counties ants employees and expense' of the
sometimes attai a wing spread of in 1944. as follows: J 10. 1943 tion. that is to say: That Sevtions 6 all -uch taxes collected, forthwith. or office assumed as may be approved ov
Section 1. The Legislature sthall oro-une and 7 of Article XVIII of the Con as may be'provided by law. Each Tax the Budget Commissions of such Coun12 inches. vide for q uniform and equal rate of stitution of the State of Florida. be Collector shall collect each tax state- ties or Ov such other supervisory
taxation, except that it may Provide A JOIN'I RESOLUTION Proposing an amended to read as follows: ment in full. and shall issue bdt one authority as may be established by
'"" ___ *" for special rate or rates on intangible Amendment to Article V of the Con- "Section 6. The term of office for tax statement, which shall include all the Legislature. Notwithetandline any
property. but such special rate or rates stitution o Florida by adding thereto all appointees to fill vacancle in ar ad valorem or acreage taxes assessed genera or special aws th orovislons VAMHauaa CHURCH shall not exceed two mills on Wie dol- an Additional Section Relating. to the of the elective offices under this Con- during any one calendar year upon of this Article shall he -elf- oct'i.- lar of the assessed valuation of quch Election of State Attorneys. Judges of stitution shall extend only to the first each parcel of real property, and inoo The Legislature may -i. a',
Mass will be at 10 minutes to intangible property. provided. ,that a Criminal Courts of Record and 'County Tuesday after the first" Monday In each lot of personal property, and all interpretation to the words ohrAe
to any obligations secured by mort- Solicitors (except the Judge and So-the election andtax certificates shall be issued tocover, and Secton of thi Artl nd i
eleven every Sunday in the Mnti- age. deed of trust or other lien the licitor of the Court of Record of Es- January next after the election and taxes upon each parce of tea rec thei effect by related
uald a rtion of a successor, all taxes upon each parcel of real red their effect by related laws,
cllo Catholic Church. Leislature may prescribe an Intan n f i i he Legislature may v aw eontro
tan- cambl and rovstjg ~ ft tion ?,' In all cases of election Property, for, each calendar year and TeLgsauemyb a oto
cello Catholic Church. giblc tax of not more than two (2w ing Vacancies in any 'of -ichO0 'iif vacanies in'ofice such election shalt be sold by each olector. as sthe compensation of each ffiter a .mills on the dollar. which shall e Prior the First Tuesday afthe the 'hall be for that part of the unexpired or may be provided by law. as relates the expense and conduct 4
"ayable at the time such mortaee. F stM6inday in January. 1949. by Ap- term commencing on the first Tuesday to County Taxes, and tax certificates office affected hereby and may abo
HRIT EPISCOPAL e of trust or other lienais ntment bytheG err and Jon- after the first Monday in January next not sold. and which by law or fore- i fee oysters where ti a 'et
C H R IS T E Ig S C O P A L "a e ottu t r t e l n i re- fimntmn t by the S e oanate Jon Dad e and Orae w ~ .
scented for recordation said tax to be y the Senate. after such election." closure are- converted into title. may Dade and 'Orange Counties. and may
sete fr ecrdtin.sad axtObe s o copyerted by the respective control all fees and charges of ,f fleeCHURCH in lieu of all other intangible assess- 8E IT RESOLVED BY rHE LEGIS- 'Filed n office Secretary of State C ou nties and thed by the respectlve or office all fees and charge -of -ff .ce
- ments on such obligations. The special LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: June 12. 1943. Counties, and the property sold for the
rate or rates, or the taxes *ollected That. Article V of the Constitution of Pro -rata benefit of each thteresed ties
"'he Rev.E. L. Baxter, Rector therefrom. may be apportioned by the the State of Florida be amended by taxing- authority; sales shall be made Section j. Section 20 Artuce
Legislature. and shall be exclusive of adding thereto an additional section A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing to and penlaties and interest for delin- and Section 5, 27 and 30 of Article f' all other State. County. District and to be known as Section 47 of said Ar- Amend Section 5, Article VIII of the quencles imposed as provided by law and Section 6 of Article VIII and 'te
Church school-10:30 A. M., municipal taxes, and shall orescribe tide relating to the election of State Constitution of the State of Florida for County taxes: each taxin author- tion 5 of Article IX of the Consti t
h c s oO such regulations as shall secure a lust Attorneys. Judges of Criminal Courts relating to County Commissioners. ity. 'where it has a tax interest. mav tion of the State of Florid, shall r
Morning prayer' and sermon- valuation of all Property. both real of Record and County Solicitors (ex- BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS- purchase property sold for taxes or on main in full force ano effect and say Mersonal. excepting such property cept the Judge and Solicitor of the LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA! foreclosure, and all moneys- derived Sections of said Articles and the oth11:30 A. M. may be exemted 'by law for mu- Court of Reobrd of Escambia County) That Section 5. of Article VIII of from such sales, and from penalties provisions of the Constitution of th,
nicinal education, literary. scientific. and the same is hereby agreed to. and the Constitution of the State of Flor- and interest shall be collected and State of Florida relating to the office. religious or charitable purposes. shall be submitted to the electors of Ida relating to County Commissioners distributed pro rata to the respective consolidated by this Article shall rem'i
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCh Approved by the Governor May 20. the State of Florida for ratification, or be and the same is hereby amended, Counties. municipalities, towns, drain- in full force and effect, save and e"v
1943. rejection at the General Electipn to and as amended is agreed to and shall age districts, or other taxing districts cept as they may each relate to suet
Robert T. Wallace, Minister Fied mi Office Secretary of state be held on the first Tuesday after the be submitted to the electors of the according to the proportion of taxes offices and the system of taxation an"
IVMav 20 1943. first Monday in November 1944. as fol- State of Florida at the general ele.- levied by each upon each parcel or fee, in Dade and Oran-P Countie'
lo*s: tion of Representatives to be held in piece of property involved. Florida and as to such office'. svste'
Church School, 10:30 A. M. A JOINT RESOLUTION Proosing of"Section 47. State Attorneys. Judges 1944 for approval or rejection. That Seon 3. Municipalities in each of Sectiones anwid the Con stitution suha
,C~~c col 03 .A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing of the Criminal Courts of Record and Section 5, of Article VMI. as amended. Scin3 Mncplte nec 1Scin n h osiuin-alh
the rimnalCouts f RcordandSecion5, f Aticl VII. s aendd. said Counties may by special election modified and changed by this Article. Morning Worship, 11:30 A. M. an Amendment to Article 7. Section 3. County Solicitors (except the Judge and shall read as follows: to be held prior to D ece mber 31. 1944. m iied and ceng this Art ,
Of tke Constitution of the State of S'citor of the Court of' Record of "Section 5. There shall be One retain the right to assess and collect June 10 94R Special music by the Junior Choir Florida. Relative to Census and Apoor- Escambia -County) shall hereafter be County Commissioner in each of the taxes. Upon adoption of this Article
tionment, by Amending : Section of elected by the qualified electors of their five County Commissioner's districts any municipal government within the Young People's Groups at 6 P.M. said Article so as to Designate Osceola respective judicial circuits or counties in each county, which districts shall Counties of Dade and Orange may. A JON'I RESOLUTION Proo ,
and Okeechobee Counties as Sena- as other State and County officials are be numbered one to five inclusive, and ater not less tha fifteen (15) a Amendment to Article VIII of the nConWednesday, Prayer Service at torial District. Designate B r w a r elected, sall be nearly possible equal notice by publcatin, call a bpe itution of the State of Florida Rea.
County as a Senatorial District and i11 nttto poultin The election to heoid patiiptea
8 P. M. Designate Calhoun and Gulf Counties The first election State attorneys, In pro p portion to population. The election to be participated In by the e ssemn of or
as a Senatorial District. Judges of Criminal Courts of Record Board of County Commissioners n the qualified freeholders of such muncl- Te a to Assessment of Property fo,
AB cordial invitation to all ho E IT ENACTED BY THE LEGIS- and County Solicitors (except the Judge respective counties shall from time to pality only, who shall determine by Adding thereto Additional Sections.s bto
wvill worship with us. LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: and Solicitor of the Court of Record time fix the boundaries of such dis- ama t weh Sections 1 and2 majority whether Sections 1 and 2o f e illThat the flowing amendment tOF FLORIDA:See- of Escambia County) shall be held at tricts. Said County Commissioners hereof be, or not be, effective within Provide that of the County of HtsThat the following amendment to See- the General Election in 1948 to take shall be elected by the qualified elect- such municipality. Such freeholders borough. State of lorida. the County
M2of the state of Florida relative to n- office the first Tuesday after the first ors of said county at the time and voting may by majority vote elect to Tax Assessor Shall Assess the Property METHODIST CHURCH of ths e and apfotionment designatin g Os- Monday in January, 1949. for a term of place of voting for other county of- have such municipality come under of the County for the Purpose of Levy
ficers. and shall hold office for four said *Sections, or by a like majority of ng State. County. School 'sod MunicJ. L. Hunter, Minister ceola and Okeechobee Counties as the four years. years, Provided, that the County Con- those voting, determine that It shall pal Taxes Levied by 'the State County
thirty-ninth (39) Senatorial District, "The term of tenure o office o any- missioners elected from the even hum- not come under said Sections. If by County School Board. School Distrts. Broward County as the fortieth (401 one heretofore or hereafter appointed bered districts in 1944 shall serve for such vote the majority votes to come Special Tax School Districts and MuMorning Worship,. .11:30. Senatorial District, and Calhoun and to any of the offices herein mentioned two years, those elected in 1944 from under Sections 1 and 2 hereof, or I nicipalities of the County.
Gulf Counties as the forty-first (41) shall not be extended hereby. Any the odd numbered districts shall serve any municipality fails to call and hold BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS.
Evening worship at eight-thirty. Senatorial District. be and the same is vacancy in any of such offices prior for four years, and thereafter the terms such election prior to December l31, LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA!
Youth Fellowship at seven-forty hereby agreed to and shall be submitted to said first Tuesday after the first shall be 'for four years: Provided, 1944, then in either such event. Sec. That the following Amendment to Arto the electors of Florida for ratification Monday in January, 1949, shall be fined that Section II of Article VIII of ts .ions 1 and 2 hereof shall be effective tile VIII of the Constitution of the p. m. I or rejection at the General Election to by appointment by the Governor and Constitution shall not be affected upon such municipality. In the event State of Florida relative to the Assessbe held on the first Tuesday after the confirmation by the Senate as here- hereby." any municipality elects not to come ment and Collection of all taxes in theThe choir rehearses at eight-thirty first MVonday in November. 1944. as fol tofor provided by the Constitution but Filed in office Secretary of State under Sections 1 and 2 hereof, such ounty of Hillsborough. State of Florida.
each Wednesday evening. Mrs. J. lows o a i oa ta n ase for an longer than until May 2on. 1943. election sslel not affeet Sections 4.,by adding thereto additional sections
"Section 3. i'he Legislature that the first Tuesday after the first Mon- 7. 8, an 9 of this Article, except as to be known as section 11 and SecN. Hawkins director of music and shank meet in regular session. A. D. day in January, 1949. A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an to the assessment and collection of tion 12. be and the same is hereby
1955. and those that shell meet every "Any provision of the Constitution Amendment to the Constitution of the taxes in such municipality. ,whieh shall agreed to and shall be submitted to the Mrs. J R. 'Cooksey, Jr., organist. ten years thereafter, shall apportion in conflict herewith Is hereby re- State of Florida to Be Known as Ar'. remain as is now provided by law: Electors of the State of Florida for
i us the representation in the Senate. and pealed." tidle XX, Sections 1-9 thereof, Relat- provided however, that at any general ratification or rejection at the general
You are invited to worship with us. shall provide for forty-one (41) Sena- Filed in office Secretary of State ing to the Consolidation of Certain city or town election held thereafter Election to be held on the first Tuestorial Districts, such Districts to be as May 18. 1943. Offices in the Counties of Dade and upon petition filed at least thirty (30) day after the first Monday In "lovemnearly equal in population as praceti Orange, State of Florida, and Provid- days prior to such election by ten oer ber. 1944. as follows:
HIRAM LODGE No, 5, F&AM cable, but no County shall be divided A IOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an lng in Said Counties for the Coin- cent of the freeholders entitled to Section 11. 1. From and after Januin making such apportionment, and Amendment to Section 12 of the Dec- bination of Assessments and Collee- vote in such election, the question of ary 1. 1946. the County Tax Assessor
each District shall have one Senatorl laration of Rights in the Constitution tons and Equalization of County, Mu- whether or not such municipality shall in the County of Hillsborough. State Regular communications (very Provided that Osceola and Okeechobee of the State of Florida. Relating to nicipal and District Taxes, and Per- be bound by Sections 1 and 2 shall of Florida. shall assess all property for
2nd. and 4th. Monday nights. All Counties, Florida, shall constitute the Double Jeopardy. Self-Incrimination, mitting Municipal Referendum, and be placed on the ballot, and upon all State. County. School, and MunicThirty-ninth (39th) Senatorial District, Due Process of Law, and the Taking the Consolidation of the Office of vote to be so bound, such municipality pal taxes to be levied in the County regular Master Masons invited. Broward County. Florida. shall con- of Private Property Without Just Coin County Prosecutor and Solicitor with shal thereafter be bound b-" said See- by the State, County. County School
stitute the Fortieth (40th Senatorial Densation, by Providing the Right of that of State Attorneys, and, Combin- tons Board, Schodl Districts, Special Tax
G. W. McDANIEL, District. and Calhoun and Gulf Coun- Persons to Work Shall Not Be Denied ing the Clerk of the Criminal and School Districts and Municipalities.
G Worshif l aserties Florida. s h a 1 constitute the or Abridged on Account ot Member- Civil Courts and Duties of Tax Col- Section h The County Tax Assessors l Dstisla alte
Worshipful Master "orty-iirsi 141st) Senatorial District; ship or Non-Membership In any Labor lector with the Clerk o the Circuit and the County e:ax CollectorS of Dade 2. The Legislature shall at the Legis____________________and. at the same time. the Legisla- Union, or Labor Organization: and Pro- Court. and Orange Counties shall ,impose no lative Session in 1945 and from time to
lure shall also apportiOn the repne- hiding that the Right of Employees BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGIS- charge b mu alyo fee or otherwise the power ft nt dies spacifyi
LIVE STOCK AUCTION SALE sentation in the House of Representa- to Collectively Bargain Shall Be Pre- LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA n the municipaline s w ith e ers funty tiessord desBRN'YURHGtives, and shall rllow three (31 Repire- served, That the Constitution of the State of tcts, or. oteg taxing areas withnm pensation of County Tax Assessor desBRINtivesOtoeaGts et faivn e hth o Repu- BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS- Florida be and the same is hereby said Counties foir services in ma ignated In paragraph 1 of this Section
AND CATTLE TO sentatives to each of the next eighteen LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: amended by adding Article XX thereto valorem or acreage take or other duties for the extension on the assessment
more populous counties and one fit That the following amendment to the and as amended s agreed to, and shall~moe rt eipsdhrudr olo h a sesro l
MONTICELLO STOCK YARD Representative of each of the remain- Constitution of the State of Florida, be submitted to the electors of the State The Legislature of the State orelnda taxes levid by the State County.
ne ere of the State at the Section 12 of the Declaration of Rights of Florida for adoption or r 3e jon at g i slau re f o Fyni t ounty chool b dt h ol Distri ts.
time of such apportionment. Should of said Constitution. be and the same mayetgnrleeto ob edintersetv onyo onisinSeilTxSho itit n u
A tion every Monday, and get the Legislature fail to apportion the is hereby agreed to. and the same shal the year 1944, to-wit: an reunt n d xeo d on or e nicipeities. ro aftr anuhihs akt representation in .the Senate and In be submitted to the qualified elect- ARTICLE XX o collectins made and paid by the Section 12. 1. From and after Januihighest market prices. Sale the House of Representatives. at any ors of the State of Florida for ratiff- Section 1. That on and after mid- Collector to each taxing authority, to ary 1, 1946, the County Tax Collector
regular session of the Legislature at cation or rejection at the next ensuing night, December 31st, 1944, the County cover all costs of collection and assess- the County of Hillsborough. State of starts 2 p. m. Monticello Stock any of the times herein designated General Election. that is .to say. that Tax Assessors of the Counties of Dade meant incurred by the respective Coun- Forida, shall collect all taxes levied In
Yards, J. M. Hawkins, Mgr. 't shall be the duty of the Legisla- Section 12 of the Declaration o igt and Orange. State of Florida. 'shall County coo Board Shool Distrit.
tur or Legislatures succeeding such of the Constitution of the State o f each become and be the assessors o e Sction 5o That o andteDr t os aD
reguar__ess__no___heLegislature. Florida. be amended, so as to read as al .-property in their rp etitone to 5o the em of o~nthe County special tax.~ut School r.SoDistricts. u
either in Special or Regular session, to follows:" CouColetosifeheContis f ad tipheye.
abortion the representation In the "Section 12. No person shall be sub- date make all assessments of ad Tax Co e torso te Co untleso fDde 2. The Legislature sal at the Legnoneo senatee and in the House of Repre- lect to be twice put in jeopardy for valorem and acreage taxes, and other which said Collectors have been elected islative Session of 1945. and from time
sentatives, as herein provided The the same offense, nor compelled in any taxes that are or may be imposed upon wof the date of January 1st, 1945, to time thereafter enact laws specifyHE recedingn regular Federal or regular criminal case to be a witness against real or personal property or their us, te duties Imposed upon the County ing the owners, functions, duties and
State Census, whichever shall have himself nor be deprived of life, lib- including by way of a single valuation Tax Collectors of the Counties of Dade compensation of County Tax Collector R been taken nearest any apportionment erty or property without due process all assessments upon property for each ad Orange by law and this Article, designated in paragraph 1 of this Seeof Representatives in the Senate and of law: nor shall private property be municipality, town, district, or other sha, be ma Dad and taken over b tion 12, and shall likewise provide for
the Hbuse of Representati('es shall taken without just compensation. The special taxing district, in Dade and the resaete Clerks of the C ruit the collection care, custody reporting
c~SOR G ontro 'p maig such apotin ight of persons to work shall not be OrneCute.Sc dvalorem Colei ndfrk ofad e C d urange nddisueto care, cutdxeoletng
TRANSFER & STORAGE !ment. In theaevent the Legislature denied orabridged on account of mem- assessments shall be subject to review Counties, who shall then each take by the County Tax Collector.
'hani fail to reapportion the representa- bership or non-membership in any and equalization by the County Board orte boo fundstn acc mount office lSecto St
i Local and Long Distance lion in the Legislature as required by tabor union. or labor organization: oro- of Equalization of each County, which over the books, funds, and accounts Filed In office Secreta9 o4 Stat
G A tH amendment before its adjourn- vided. that this clause shall not be con- In each County shall consist of the set of the Coll&~tr fs each County and June 14, 1943.
We operate in Fla., Ga., Ala. ment ,and such extraordinary session strued to deny or abridge the right of eral County Commissioners agd one termed as both the "Clerk of the Cir* proposed amendments and the canAss.
S. C., Tenn., ,and Miss. "-calledi for reapportionment shall not employees by and through a labor or- member appointed from and by each culteCourt" and "Tax Collector" of declarations and returns thereof, shall be
en te limited, to expire at the end of ganization or labor union to bargain col- municipality or town in each County clt e Couitint folhch h ect h nations a sare
Modern Equipment tw m r at until reap- leetivelv with their employer." having a population of more than the rk provied by fo r general elections ir
| v ry L a I s re ortonm ent s effected, and sally con- Filed In office Secretary of State ,000 at the last census: said Board s rc tie Co ntrfr whch hisbjded to thl a me r g la etions as ar
Every L Insured sidet no business other than such May 8. 1943. e of Equalization shah otherwise be gov- Section on Oa and after t thote State o T Florida.
* 110reaoortionmentl" erned by the general law from time piration of the terms of the County N TESTIMONY WIEREOI'
Office Phone 109 Should this amendment be ratified A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an to time in force pertaining to the Solicitors of Dade and Orange Counties, have a n t et
e ence Phone 2029 In the General Election in 1944. special Amendment to Section 24 of Article equalization of taxes: provided, every Florida, for which they shall be each hand ant affixed the Great
Newe633 W. Gaines. lections shall oe called within ninety III of the Constitution of the State of municipality in each County having a serving at the time this Article is (aATa Seal s the State of Florida.
.W.ret. ..' hereaiter for the election of Sen- Florida. Relating to Uniform County population of 3,000 or less may tp- adopted, the State Attorneys, of Dade at Tallahassee, the Capital
Tallahass e, Fla. a ators ,n the rhirty-nlnth 1s9th), 'and Municipal Government and the point an additional member who shall and Orange Counties, respectively, shall this the 3rd day of July
( 8,"ortdImetn 40th. ana Forty-first (41st?' Classification of Cities and Towns. be or become a part of the Board of be and beome the Prosecuting Of- A, R.. 1944.
Senatorial Districts. In such special BE tT RESOLVED BY THE .,EGIS- Equalization for the purpose of equal- tleers of all the Criminal Courts of StA, G oSA.
elections the Senators In the thirty- LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: lzation of taxes as respects any prop Dade a Cour *etar at
FORIA i o a ~ ~ Cute ets __ -

Capitolsi oner, reported excellent Scouting
Sxia1 /c'ite inTalahassee. having almost doled th~at of all
II ji last year. ,
SniQuick of Jacksonville 'spent
_____________________________________________________ ek nd erewit ~Reports from~ the various Districts
- th faiW.were~ made as follows: Colqluit Di
~Miss Mary Edwards and Miss An- M vrs. Charles McClellan whose tit tv an~;DctrDs
nie Bond of Lloyd were,> visitors here, home is near Monticello wa a busi- Mr idI~r.c ri S vafl4;DStirYMo~y --~- n~ Asoilare~and Mrs. WD Boyd returned Mon- trict, Austin P~hilips; G rady Us~Distit, .G Mris; Qu.incy Dis< Mr. and Mrs. Johny Turney andi Mrs. Bobby DeVane spent the Acek M/r. and Mrs. W illis~ Quc andrict, lenry Weinber.g; 'Thomnas Dis-. ouin- son, Billy, left last week for end- in Cairo, Ca, vsiting herpar _Aughba of Jackso'nille visited Mrstt, lCry Jacksonville where- they are making ns r and Mrs P.Q Cliasom r yntt eket..r ,0 r ~g h
Sin Quc ovrh week, ed. Dr R. C.Geshamreotn rth
- ~ -- Louis- C.- Grif in, of Sbring, Mrs.flleln Bolen of JTacksnil e rete increased interest all
Mr. and Mrs. F~ frl C~. Jessup andis spending a el day vcation wth J ,spe-dr som~o timte h ere wth er over the- council. and a. neow hilgh
-,ee have mov~ed ito tel friends aiid ela>tie n Al coflo. lparen a, 7,1r. and Mrs. Footmn membership of 6 Troops, 1,22 recontly purchased horne on Eas Scus 2 oaP -5. Sea, -Souits, 15, Cub
-ee. Ms.Jo Tuhe ha A'.and M. A Al.James maeaPcswt 1,Cbs- 435 7N\e-ro
asiutosrLt -hs wee foy a f-v -~y hea -u ~ tri to T, Alahase Tusdy S cou~tsan 38 -er us
Miss Bessie Tunull returped, 9 ,re-Q~ h v girnr~d-O'--HE~C~i iw, '~''~m
Wednesday from mnh's stay insse,1IsCareCmt,1oi,-.0a Mao James and chlde Major J. E. Caang reore fo REI SISPC OTE MA
Roe,~ G., and a short visit with~ I of - )djl sien Sudy wit thMr.> it~>~i hp a-Sud~o
fred i tanpta.- an -rS A James. : 0 riti- aia-~l
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anVrs. wJ. R.i Huhs jr. have,~h-.old wt ,ae f~.e~I
returned fromi Atlana Ga., whr spent the week en heire -wt Mr. 'urna n coe 1 trtm. d~ln- world to th ,etai s o h bizre.
ty visited their 0 couis Mr ad C.X~ D. H--asbroucchairmn, of he Tbese AnioV ian caie 'o -.the heelso the Nazis who had jus deMrs Dic Frse-M and Mrs. Sim Quck M rs. Jen Cmig and Acivities Qo ritte 00 d .
~, >piJ~g Fr ~ M ~ ~ ~ i~ ruw'- 'Ms.4 ~4giniaarrett gave fine report on Camp Orchard A> .A -- >~Frinds of ,Qlowso Walke ho .an Mrnd MVrs. Blanhard enjoyed Pon and, Camp J.. E. ee- -the.
les npear Aticilla wil rert tolearn a fis fr atNwot udy Negr Cam~p, reporting, the best atthat hei a paient in Archbold- r / a -'-in-the-history of,, the- ry- e
Ive>T}ia *op~aThomasville, Ga. cil He~- alsoannounced Progress in -'
isIell Colreturned to Lal n Ga spenti th wee Wovk~hre with ~ ~
City Wedn~esday mring afer apend, i ieadurns Pa cu 0ok Scout Exctv red Vantrease~ M~. pat-~ye~ er it~ r- co mneded plans o an outsan-- S W. 1, Pepretunend Str Te~ Exctive Bard of theSu Anl meeting in Jaur n day froe a~ si wek' iit inCee q7jl~6jie ounci held it thiird tie pi ee approved. Healso
dynightbplane after a wee' h sK4uggI)',t
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/ine, Pat in AtatGa. Cei Aclean, of Seeca Falls, Cf to igeGa, aeItIh na Preietcafe~ apone-anm,
M .LueM iisset etraan Mr.Louis e-tin Foy Sa yc inai fcrs for 195 an reot a h
yf Cllln have boe~n rtr~ en vis tlip, thet th Thijpa Cony diirct wl
in allahasse aith oer daughter, 1tnh;O meetint.or-
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Looking at Cip
gL .. aY Crisp, Practical House Dress
0= -1ok:. (ONNY TUFTS is a fugitive from
y ake your dayun- the social register. A be-blooed
3hit otrelief frdin after-meal
rebel. A Boston Back Bay backl Rec oe dd s by - slider. He has loused up family
m It is non-lazative, not Cake Bazars, Cake Bazaar tradition fron childhood. This
anaai, Iparelieve the misery of strange admixture of social breedmai pst stnach.. Tastes Cookie Sales *Lady Baltimore Cake ing, good education, revolutionary 1205
good. Ask your drust Boost s *spice Cake Red Devil's Food spirit, utter frankness and self-be- 14-44
......i.. oL when yu FudsIce Box Cookies litting makes him the most colorful
' ...... a Cornr Nuggets esonality Hollywood has seen in
*Recipes 6 iven nlmany a niom Vn"
S6nny tells me his family is in
such a rut it hasn't moved out of
/ boiling water egeard Tis oegeSitt o on e m measure and re- mu s hav e
1sift twice ith ccoa. Cream short gmust haves had
.......... guily is ciec
aening and sugar thoroughly. Add s So His
Uwell beaten eggs and beat until light famiy r ge
and flufy. Add sod to buttermilk. rations were
buttermilk to. creamed mixture When Sonny broke i,
FMOL-~arar' I eson!r'l
Sb beating hard after each edition. oe a bo n
mewlsand beat until smooth Bake mn ale may be
t eight easen some people, ut notfor us."
nm us Se bt nle His first year in the movies was/Z
~~ Snuff ., *,, minu~wel bte Spread beteenti lyet ..sgefr UPatrNo125ide
and top with Seven Minute Icing mazing. A year after he had Ba sres 1te No. 120 4s 4e
fm ambled through ar Hollywo4 studios
al~~ine 11 cs;2)Spice cake is hard to resist when develoed, the one whih ise a nay gae ookinga fr a c h to ano4 iz h 1 ys/dqui 3
membranes it has a fluffy seven nute or ready to go overwith a bang is this anying l ira trim.
oe passage; ma ow cng and is spin- h aC Cake with a deli eoa L w i u s s ,nd 5 c ens
nwtaonothbetasof1cpsarexhibitors in the MVotion Picture th~ cren1t reaur conitn sorders orea
raising furds for 3 eggs Eerald's annual "stars of tomor- /few of the most popakear pattern numbers
.their. activities % cup nilk row" poll.
nd whilantropic cp cocont or choppe nutein ts a scEWING ACI TERN DEPT
purpose i~ b mode raham crackges, rolen fone 5330-3Wel5S.~. Ccg
bbbn8Boston 2w r ag t s 2e coyna fo t mi w
510m ES u llI m inuts r bakery Cream butter ad sg ar rtil light wsr iten OR the 1 Br or pattern des red.
-A sales.- and~ topy wi dd Seegg yoluts hich.6adwscrsee Bwn FIe rmr arny Patr ......Sz..
RHEUMg ATISM ~ :'Fe~w can'resist liard beena beaten until light tad Charleton Tufts IIL He's never wonan who wants aneat jumpIEURITIS-LUMBAGO *the 'a ppe ad of leijocolored. Add milk and r611ed been called anything but Sonny. er jacket suit which will be slimly Name .... ...... ... ......... ..
horne-made elnes sifted crackers alternately, then fold His family expected him to tram flattering, comfortable ,to wear Address and, cookies at in stiffly beaten gg Whites and 'bk- (or Absies and finance, his father and can be made up is eaost such sales, and it sing' pwderi Ik in itwo grsapd being a amous banker. But Sonny, any sortGof i"aterial. __ve____ 5_cetsincins
D a i e l wy cof t te. e hvt- ans tping a m t (0 yt e Epade Cor ,aa nd
-'s ugtIti eeweeth dge)oe fr3 itts .ra Evr asedrc l hi ta,"ouled yoae if Ipabalel attrnNors2 s iz de-ed
'Graham Craker'a Church groups and women's clubs 1/2 cupan 48.te orz 36.r iumer releuted for yaro yte ain r t wa cotionlihtymr
Sgood ladies bring eir best wares, Orange icing can be made in a became an actor?" Wise Tufts Sre sind fo sizes 34. 3umeer, re3u8re odr far *
and really have flash fo it's uncooked. Cream two" plied, Not it you're a.ogood one. of 39Inch material short-sleeved acket pltn
elkuse~s Lt As DI ''their day. tablespoons of butter with 1 /cups He went to the elusive Philips- 1o yards.
as sasrn un I i rricepurpo For displying the goodies, a well powdered sugar. Add the grated Exeter, where he majored in Greek Ever a Favorite Cc
ag&a,assitcaIsonIVILE4.FriDAn set table is necessary. It's'a good riznd of one orange and enough or-. (honestly), rowedlen tlie crew, was ~HE sort of house dress which hidea to hve a good looking table range juice to make a, spreading cheer leader during the football sea- is a perennial favorite-it's so cloth ad flowers. Th cakes consistency in btweete son, and organized a band. His band crisp looig; so easy to gt int, and cooks will do the rest. layers ad i top and des made: money, but. Son y was so sy t launder!Make it of ga
You ill1 find today's recipe si juist clined~ to cockiness, and when 1he let flowered percales or seersucker
m 0r 8 delicious' theye and. a: sunrhotelengagementlipout a nd trim it with three rows owa
-U '~~~' too expensive 'to make. I'm/giving a o :is mnty because he twas too brightric-rae on the notched col -_____________S il different types of recipes'in case sr hd egg a it, father decided lar and pocket top.
Chaheri Pater No .......... Sie...
AIyou wat to clip the sheet and pass a e needed a practical lesson. Sonny, ton T s I.. H' n w
a Nm rievesrMyAbe the recipes among th members of was ht to Plymouth a house- t h b y
ho-es g to the sekthe your particular group. thtofdHis se of refri mits. ttrIfe c t w A
ioli a in sfloosey and exn lg ady nlesianre Cakb spr igns a aedevery hone, ialt uhimuc' els der ant a id nu c.w.h. or' im two self, :by winig bthe d st o aict s sales
ofandtheal raw,,tendergave/socup shorteteng shaes ieachia1 mucous mnem- 1,/% cups. granulated sugar '-contest-- nc a silver cup.'
Weme y~alor druggist to sell you cups calke flour, sifted 'At .Yale he was a legend. 'He ,aRo:%: re:e cagu, lBsgionn with a thehn untosl..~dli ~i
- IM remusi t hk the a 2o teaspoons baking powder pn in a a ( arted out by spending atwo years
~ o yo are s teaspoon salt i I freshman class. H e majored
'Yeback. 1 e t I hsp wn tealmone otrant (hor t your hats!) in anthropology,
Ioo ldO'g cn cup bik and even 4oday talk us glibly about
. 5 egg whites races and reds heavy tom es on the .
Smal SColds, Bronec a uCream short ning and sugar until Plat t ers of assortelve cookies j eare subject
'light.' Add sifted dry ingredients oks th hgr' yri cake aondg
itressO Y and ilk alternately. Last fol n o tablespoon butter li oa s He smng at era his senir S A
sify obaen teg whe ys, pa layr even ts. A t g year he heard Tito Schip singer Hea F ie ak mJ Vte e ghtb de-mh o vn l Foraydecided he, tooy would he a great H
tida bt e a eg( 3 eiang flvr o e q ue ts m eio at. qa hera s ur efot s
'!, le,;b ara c lot andg flwes ,a Th(de cake JO,"c s dgr'eincy 'a c in beend he on, nd ,o.rgi a counle His band. crs okng oes t eno
ewaknTeo i r for 25 minu teis.' t ity, theresa spi e cake that will t e ig u w eS i w i s Ty o d Maeway i tof g
h ou s Yu we fetable tooa- Frosting s or the bilit toen ame. "Bit wtheis is eris .on a freighter ando spen 6
a so minneve plerio c 1%eups sugar not an or dina ear spice 'cake, by an t and t there rnr s o:n :
too expenscup tyo makegwaegrg a s oean s. hI 'was byo any rpmonh st uy ig t
ie lnn gits t 0an u addition to fine spices, months locked in a room back in l
Tm t Han 9 On yon to cli th Theetjob pas hege neede ae pracica lesson SonnyWnt o "
!!' ~r Lpl bl bu lca ce- the recpe amon theerusbrs tik blrinonsanl untl sendt toad Plyotr h alke a houset- .. .....
sm rih monthytsturbances. cup hoot h arasci no hergo has the subtle flavor of bananas New York l earning perat scores.
Min AlPl Is n uie rl ee *Spice (ake ''He was given an audition at the
l----dehlem id id istcr
AD m ch annyingsmptons t aspoon ihtm raa edrup butter or substitt p Met, bt 'found out how little his
Mo'o ompa ou s xnem 11tbepon/4l JO cups brownate sugar cots-n a-ivrcp
c mIWpo ntte. ta o eman tac to cu wn suga to u o starting salar y would be, swo leaped
~tamesma heind ofmedicin 2 egg writes beaten Stiff.t 4 egg tito, a: Broad(ay musical,' "Who's '
agt ibe diretons. cup opped 11nhed .3 bananas, mahd fne Who." He was barely in it-slightEPINKIAM'S almondsns toasted 1 cup milk $' .'ldmre in "Sing for Your Supper."
c tlpougrated orange rio 2 teapo ons cinnamon o he turned to singing his own ma
mn c15-2 maraschino cherries, ct 1 teaspoon each, lves, nt trial at swanky hotel spots in New
Soeighths 'and allspice venYork and Palm Beach. o
S Combine sugar, water, fruit juices v o uh f i ur
and syrup and, bring, to a boil quick '$< te-appooks baking powder MJanmnd His 'Way Isp. t ly ut evrring only Br treas C ae together sugar and ntter HJo Egsi,. Paramount s director
" ouR until 'sugar is dis- c add, beaten egg yolks and mashed ad Sonty an:audition, then a test.
slvedh. Bo lpbananas. Add al onny picked something, from -n af c
o milk aanernidly without sti L ternately the sift I batch of tst scripts, choosing one
&%ftes boring until syrupf f ed dry ingredi- a he though the f could mks funny.
stifflybeateneggwhen dropped flFvo d in the egg him a contract'he discovered he had
from spoon', and r t whites. Bake in a o owned Charles Boyer's most tender
forms soft (allin' lrge square pan toe scene frou "Ldoe Affair." A
cold water (238 .'which has been week after the contract was inked degrees). 'Pour well greased, ink a(Wark Sandrich saw 'the test, gave
'Oe GRe W E RS 0 syr io pntoa moderate (350 degree) oven 35 mh hin another with Paulette Goddard,'
. Stream. over egg whites, beating utes. Ice with marshmallow icing. then the role opposite w e hin So
constantly. Continue 'bea ing until of Pop corn'nuggets are an interest- Proudly We Hail" That made the 't the guy who led at you from a US.O. poster
INT E R a' consistency to spread. Fold in ing addition to your money-raising big bloke, and he went into "Gov-u
remaining ingredients and spread in bazaar. Theywill go over with the ernment Girl, I Love a Soldier,
PE S L E S between and, top, of layers of Lady ladies who don't 'like ,to be caught "Bring. On the Girls," and then of others gave and gave so generously. I'd like to tell
1in acotypi ros, /3 cBaltimore Cake. munching a big mouthful of pop. "Here Come .the WAVES," with you what was done with your money.
ateregues w *Red Devil's Food corn: Bing Crosby and Betty Hutton.
agaggag ~-e2 cups pastry flour *Pop Corn Nuggets 'Sonny makes friends easily, qfuick-Thmoeyugaelsyarepdgietebs
=12hu pjosel isbnoce. wi /3 cup o aacio chrr 2t cps sugtear of baynas e's orulnn oera incorhs. 'hemnyougvlatyarepdgiehebs
we agoo ad cu ening %/scu sutr lya ancould a more th the tonic of entertainment e.. a personal appearance by
l ss and made a good yield 1 cups sugar teaspoon cream of tartar a story like this to outline all of Jack Benny in Africa ... by Gary Cooper in the South
uminoculated side of the --'--' '- - tablespoons molasses his adventures. But the best store Seas . and by lovely women stas in remote places
made poor growth and 1 tablespoon butter he told me was about the four
Sn lwas e oae eat Makes It So? If cake Few grains of salt WAVES he gave a farewell party to where just the sight of a feminine face is enough to make
3 '1alwpays winlth etchI batter runs out of the- pan when ''5. quarts pop corn before 'they took off for duty. He up for weeks and months of loneliness and isolation.
e an eap irt insRA. bakig it m be de to- to Place sugar, water and cream of wanted to bring in a couple of his
tellHAMSCM N mc mor 'n small ao pan, toso anon,'trainasuea anbigto alutheWV S u."t
eapeofn crop nurance tsonm 'sgar or lorting, r tearoiing poin and bitho ds W w tTts he Your dollars made possible the U.S.O.-in addition to
peeaa en c f n crop. 52 too much leavening. stirring to 280 degrees or until syrup They made it their theme song. many other great services at home and abroad-3,0
2 &mmemasedi peanut yields If the cake has a moist sticky will crack when tried in cold water. Ia* U.S.O. clubs and U.S.O. Camp Shows.
a~~dshMacpeu acre." crust, it is due to too much sugar Add molasses, butter-and salt, and Cimbing Too
hmiliabut~1 a are and in ru the recipe g te crusois thick i, strigcnsatyutiad rnk Siar Walke ofI tesen
a 7~3& moud's an ino a ndh, the recipe 'ee may av e msritte t bconse carfu no't ofr c"Anc traAweigh dohe e. The job is bigger this year. ...much bigger. Won't you '
sed with NITRAGIN-the too much flour, too long baking, let it burn. Have ready a pan of couldn't see his rushes, sulked a half be bigger than ever this year, too, and give generously?
wfdely used inoculantfor 3too hot an oven, or not enough freshly popped corn; pour candy hour, then came back, apologized Get it from your seed sugar or shortening. over it, mixing thoroughly. Spread t o everybody and went on shooting.
ju OtHas fr ITAIN.WI If a cake humps or cracks on lightly on a buttered slab or platter Joe Pasternak tells me Frank's the Give generously to
IEMER~itOIlS.BOTHT.MIWAEE,1IL top it may be because it has too and when firm, cut into pieces or kindest hearted guy in the world,
F R E E much flour or was baked in too break up into little bunches of three but' the most confused. He's being C M U IYF N
FREE hot an oven. 'to six kernels, driven crazy by requests from all YOUlOMINTYWDR F N
BOOkletS Coarse 'texture is due to too Do you hard recipes or entertaining over, from benefits, hospitals, camps, Y A
',How to grow much leavening, not enough suggestions which you'd like to pass on to etc. He .needs to learn self discibetter legumes, liquid, insufficient creaming of other readers? Send them to Mliss Lynn pline. Well, Frank's young, and evenatl hNAI ALW RF D
shortening and sugar, or too slow Chambers, Western Newspaper Union, 210 older people can't learn that over. RepreseSting f8i AINLWRFN writ roaY* n oen.South Des plaines Street, Chicago 6, Ill. night.

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something about the cute Jasper here are delighted that he has suffi- beeni movedl to a hospital i n F3rne Majorettes he talkted to. ciently recovered to leave t osrand i~s getting alongT Wel pital. V
Mary A&n, who is your~ latest heart -V orporal Jasper N. Danriel~s who
throb ?~ He's from Aucilla, I be- Tech. /Sgt. Gorge W Bihphas been~ serving the past 27 m~onthis lieeie wites his mother, Mrs. G1. T. Bishop ini the Pacific with the Third~ Marine
of Aucilla, th~at he is weary with Divyision, landed in San Francisco
terest at F. S. C. W. You'd better fQ1 ~~rayt e~or visit with his parents, Mr. and I wa~h Qei'ge riz~its.Just any time now. George has been rrNs. J.
Ti &G tbM~isSTAFF TI(m~~n ~ ~ daevt ot'~ n thie army three years, and ha
/ ~ R~~W~J Me~ha. ~iaci ~served in the Pacifice a since~ last a.lrn AW oe
orBgGnfr yEdior-in-CfA pRuth Sayr riea good tirre? Deemer H6i mecha~nic with a: recenty eure from the Europa
Soit $ ]dltor- 1,ell Wittle, MaryT-~Tppw1.' te a etn ami to spn da shor leave with b Iis
Qneoft~Jl~~aes9f~he~a Ah 1~Gameil~ ,,i~it it: Jape I. rarei-. ',r and Ms. N. W. Me~4. pnlayf ted bin a es.o the~ F ya r t batst~ andaiy chasing teacher aroud wrte that he spend tw~o ays and P
belin niht in the mitrn'o deead Japs.~ He
whe r Tigers pay a iitt te a d Chua Th igtn Tgr caQ he d the Evli. Ido'te why a i~ttle-V
nery ival t The season towe.fatr b aii. who Sitioe at CpPeayVa.
4:" -Mdsn last Frda night in a game that o a d
favor Madiso at inm the Tyit-etie'id VignaM -eddi a-scoreles I teas neither, il fyuregigt rt Lt. Francis~ A. Horno ui ,arvdWdedyt pn e
tegami A i 1 With aes sesoe Intfh LorOUYod Bet asi cly, frogh 'with hi parents,Mr
team, w~ was sble t~ puc cos oeletrWy o rt i n-h s ie hoeora3aayfr
teamlaio Mgr,.,istr Linon score. A row woit som lough~ after completing hlisbombn Sema McDail is atthe Cm
viery ileconferenceM wee on hand to se the~ -ae dMa'adM WM n~a ~
oevcoy1- w~ oni ,~S thine the nvym misin inn~bo Franc an e Peary Naval Taining. Centen.
oii h, 'ohwa certain quan ~ -Srt EHt I sel)omne hti a h The C~al l d Mze W,, wh syu redby a e cetl awa~ ah 4tir'i~d ak A*~ it yepaiscore of 320 ossip Editor 1-rnimla Pte, Wilegme1en years Th oldi eR.Lh La lster o teisigise L N .F A
he Vdmsbonteam diplaye ~a strong Gu Boran improement FynCrsand also waxs the nu a
w t thir green team, bu hee- orir Loe Reiher c l needed and ayn
prvrin sohb h Tiger twom7ci eneey hain am silver h a oaei
eir .tie ,wi aVase to en itnas qikly as asree TE TO ,S4' th fel with~ a; stead rnin at- Enih Cl~ass. Nieplc to: holdi1
g a4 el~ -h p ta nd faied to score ni*o e ca- ft -d it Hubert Claytonl! rr on 7tw sbero' wo d te
ofavcoy nMds n eFia sion missin a i d si inc furlough at home after rtrning acprize athe metin.f
niht iTeigrsWilbeanevn-we. a a .metig? Heeftrof s neheon arilnean o a-SO THNG SA LY1*o oerea.i EdiPawll Mr- Mr-oau c htoh eprtd h er llbne e Wh ha serve for .mnh "ra mother list hd been complete
no bepulihd util the fol g~ be on theasr fiv yar l ~ ine,,ftei' ea Sothing, Sally: tog-te are playing4 o foreign n a 75. yard mrch. Th Ties' wha th ti, uPacii area Eddi went ino and te membersiI drive is now n
soil 'the traditionl' riar be- It~ ishpdthtlstya'srcr
twe ie'two scools wild much~ started othesason~wthsix re,-O Will beid surpasseai ~ er vvo~td this-e ere
theightenthe tem poa r hdi ie ~ nb ofi th gae 1akp -1~ Afershe 'eetn 15juxth
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A. f r itsshreo ephi s al by fuuain on~ th ase
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th g r ,Th elven. t, bishop tha Puzle Peggy. r patm4t las weee that he i ,cadi .roeo pols hie i
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