The Monticello news

Material Information

The Monticello news
Uniform Title:
Monticello news (Monticello, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Monticello, FL
ECB Publishing, Inc., Emerald Greene - Publisher
Creation Date:
January 5, 2005
Publication Date:
Weekly[ FORMER <1925-1965>]
v.60 no.13 October 20, 1944


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Monticello (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jefferson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Jefferson -- Monticello
30.54543 x -83.870842


Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1903.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 23, no. 22 (Nov. 20, 1925).
Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
State Library of Florida
Rights Management:
Copyright The Monticello News. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.
Resource Identifier:
000579629 ( ALEPH )
10124570 ( OCLC )
ADA7476 ( NOTIS )
sn 83003210 ( LCCN )
0746-5297 ( ISSN )

Related Items

Preceded by:
Weekly constitution (Monticello, Fla.)

Full Text
The Great Aiddle a exO
Lloyde Club Hears IB Y A HOURS S How to Get ATTEND KII CONVENTION State Convention
The Wontans Cu Library will be HoldsIt Openn W. J. Bullock, J.C. Iadron and*
Talk on Poultry opei or the following hours: w 'A' Ga Coupons Richard Sison pent a few days in R por ive
Wednesday, 3 to 5; Saturday, 3 to 6 () (iTo(orrow Tampa, tih first of the week, attend- 7**
Mrs. W. B: i awards was re-eleted The attention f the public is called .. W. Carroll, chief clerk of the ing theState Cony vion of the Ki- iwanis Meeting
president of the Lloyd Home Demon- to the change of hours. The Firestone Itome aid A l rationing bard, gives the 61- vani clubs. Mr. Simpsor'is sGoverstration club at the regular monthly p lies store. a jodally owned lng important infor ation con- ior of the Florida district of Kiwanis 'Richard Simpson, district glove
meeting Wedrnes day afteragoI in th o l mi D d Clb s~ ope ated busn ess,,wil o tomo irig application for new "A" gas- and wasin charge ofthe state con- of Kiwaniis, W. J. Bullock and J. C.
hmeeting o edMr s da J. Wie To F S r d att i i loer in oTe books, which ar e required of ention.. M sss.* Bullock and Wl W aldron, local lub delegates to the
After the opening exercises,a T building at the co o e tes fron the Mbiti- state Kiwanis convention held in
short business' session awas held. Ms I g11 0 1 t mJacksonvine a lanapplications for new books cello Cbampa the st ofthis week, eturn
Edwards reported the work on, the -----:20 ',Thee owners of'the new ael sl as-nowin' the hands of all certified ed In!f thie to iatke a splendid report
club house, was completed, and'that About 20. fathersof sons in'service R' lankin and W. J. William, a ith inspectors, a list of which we SENATE CANDIDATE HERE of the convention to the regular meetthe photograph of this -worki made organized a "Dad's Club" at a meet- both Monticello citizensand ha give below: ing Wednesdayp
by Mrs. Rollin was quite satisfac- ing held Monday even in the court e bated teeter Dick Willim, Lant, Flrida Prof. Block, speaking first, told
story. hose, electing officers and othr- tributio ofdaily newspapers i Gulf Servce Station, Monticello; Kho
The principal 'business was the i ise 'perfecting an organization that section Both are wel-kwn ly l Moticello M.M nder- be pivileg to end at least
election of officers. The report of plans to be ready to aid returning ald the entry 'into a new busine sn, M ticello; Amoo Service' Sta conviion. H saidh
the nominating committee was ad- servicemen. will be elcomed b their man tiello A. E. Coope on- was impressed with the
opted unanimouly. The, foiloing is W. M. Scruggs was selected fries tiello. caliber of the men who
'th lis of 0is f -4 plctin fo Dic Wilim at i
the list of offi ers: president by the groip C. A. Sip-' The store was ogaized ae picti fr Dck Wiliams at were Kiwanians from all
President, MrsW- W B. Edwards; ai will serve as vice-president and months 'go, and contract wa de gstof will e available at Maurice sections of the state
vice president,. Mrs. peorge D. Cox- A. E. Montgomery is secretary and ed into with the Firestpn drgafiiz I oe ationan W: H othey' aea: fea group of menas
eter; secretary, Mis Poey aylo eiurer tion to supply it with wide vatit evie Station These blanks a ca efnd. Tepeakerstl
treasurer, Mrs. H., ollils. The club ias adopted s a sort of of articles, suh s are typici h l. req est. rcede fr ess, they knowwhat tey
At this point the hostesses, Mrs. slogan to guide them fi their plans better Firestone stores over the m g applications for Basic A r 4 -ing about and they are both witty
Crisler and Mrs. Willie, invited al ".Greet ou sons hen tey return tion. a oows: and h r s eyholdt a
present into the dining roomi where with da whole-hearted community ap-a Goods have been rrivihg for seoutt and sig pplation pieces spellio a,'? he said.
delicious refreshments of pie -and preciatiton," which bespeaks for the' eral weeks, and the unp king an idietd in form. :dh
2.~~~~ htac laettr npcinrc
coffee were, served. group -he support of the entire com- arranign of merchandise wasAttach ttt"etire inspecti6n ree-h boetion and exhibited to the
The special fea ire of the meeting mnity plted this week The neworat meowner theentitio awarded e
was a poultry culling and vac uatiion -Much of the evdrling wa -pent in fee tht they a e e m bile registratioR Moiicello Club-v-eo for 00
demonstration given 'by J. Wa1-jdihsing ways i ic h c in 'e to secure such alaws one fo
dron, county agticultral teacher. I maf be of benefit to r tri ao :terh dise for their oinbook a t all 100% (tenda ne, and oneafor rtschig
- U e j~afi to e publ be
Mr. Waldron gave an explanatory a committee to orga nize a Iad's-Club Saturday wil ffnd their l e f extomiliatio ot yet valij achievement iecord.
talk illustrated with a chart. After iemen The local club -will name stocked. ? ers 12) Riard Sithpson, district governor,,
(Contitued onpage 5) te I ery section Jefferion county In addition to thelire, tube, ea 5 A coupons as M c d gave soie detis of the two leading
S others o ercemen nd batt service th t used up to and inldin per epblin c an ddre ses made at the convention.
*rged toaffiliate wriththe club and ltaondle auto accesories ofa1ltind erher dae tee wasby Dean Walter J. Matherly
Auxihary to Help Ito a tend the nex meeting w bcyclies an a sp e did le- of M pliation With attached Senaof, ppdsing the Deortic in- on "Our ost War Policy" and one
will be held on November 2nd, the war and kitchen Ther is a eri his office. mht Senator Claude Pe was a talk by a veteran pilot of the
Ai miTuesda into
-is Trd iNe niintiuctions carefully a visnfor, in Monticello lEuropean invasion, a pilot with22
A msieD yPa s first Thuirsday in Novemiber at -the ready ~a wvid s.e~tio of toys -r~ sl ft -eli i
ourt house. ale for Cihitmdreni m s hat al required iater- connection with his: amagpanaeso his cdt. Hw
r~~~era thughfules to his crdt He~ss~a Waos
The Ameia Land fn1 aher lr hm i athed to oenclosd wit Mr. Drr, hse hoe n shot down behind the lines, escaped.
The~ American L~egion Auxiliary, han-d, and anher large, hiahedt of, na~ e t is
meeting at the Legion H-me at-the toy wlariebfethhody picion. pa, as accomane onhi tri ivla lohend is no repr
DisritYur oop to the matter of o ugh es db aiP Tca:m t o a s t e L i n Coh bss e o t 2a4 b e d i e a. P r o r a R e es d t r e isf c o
b re d 1e falnitan daa eas
aith the Lei, lo okmt oo iartth kveena ettento le .. .e d of the n
ingovr o Adicusio o pan fo Cub .Hee ct 2 yor ppiceeoailantapreiSpe ubialn e-Itterofth'tsat.nenienweetassd rond
Mr. lMauriy el f oie president hre ti to the st mec g the o d Wet a i
ort ctlh ta is Au i iar is te only Foria Fedi o 10 in bs spg o h nepae a TB 6: Weait. f r .o f
tt ervg thne e werice s.., ofeni iIeite Sat e Federce tprl agnd ed b-;
il .WleMsW1M epgo ardefiClubs .haes, atrrar- of, 4d'lleffriers lA .94 whinit ofr boar 1l ANDe FrdATSul th saemxe
s member T is w is bi la igt tsfig o ae fd t Cn s, y tr RA TO Aa olthoftg K5(o )tio t ai
p r g arl n o i o a d w t e e n ,a t i f op a t h eJ o nssi W ane r d i r c t o o f t h e oi nye .
bet, trs. W agioen dw r s, M s. J Seetingl andti r thcMntc lllear e of; thi t 1 R Aiou lOW a C'LEdDAt sO aEE- lid di t po nts e ch fd asesiataeported t t clubs
W s. aril i, M s V r si n d Clu i sto e ei nrt eetite 'tli th Bo ee t o E :
L somuac h d o n th b av
termoemer- oaaddn ens. ll u ave the f sycoen Oi n o mip ns en- ke. a nur
Mor teid e ce e oi eith (ntiaed o page 5tate Fele 'rBue f Iv Si TaSOrapis ote d Sud stamp Ny ec,3 1i y2 n Pd i r
Iunt wn Dtict wi La 2 0 i p t oi testing item o snl es fthe orthesoi mab stag c en adea PRave S FS g o o iv p
of, the Auil h dqnreter a W i ng o D C wear i tihg dr s stas o4 Oa nig S g bestn e Ob cSu M162
W EmitI~,Mi~N yC~lns~d C u t Boys nGratl in t er ite nSof ixLtb..k required veds 01arpz b a 'st~e ated, and cani'ng sutgood utiti Febta e a28g
t bo es boeeee h e'ag a toi0 rs -h driven pei de nt So tti c ar ea n m iof s 95 Ap l tol oBluieos uab"idya-iest eaihcol eEa in o =n 0e lni.tatp aio Wl a ui, soh b ef
o itucnitl. e Gt1suiaeiaeed onClubeeio anr arid enetinat ait 0e, 0or OE M N ruris ,red oin',
- -~ l- p3 o~ t'l ~&alope tn a tgeQor -s~t~ noe nvaid.tmp goo i ly~ mo
ti w W me:ut ethe lfol. pa e wairei ce te tat edeaon il sintroe,. I t ssti' ic awt ep) b 4aid3 nd ier. thas ieds i eI Gfo r erim.
o tt is g is e wa e e d rect to T e L a rden Cluban giv his paereranag thed tarti g I$1 2 00 U SOm how -ha t 6 n d Mer thg0A a vy 1g1bard et
Monticell NewsLyamLtaGenroie dys and u -in i otie .ern -jie Enp4e a ho n it edheVicts, oricuitg o Rerd A- tcaonigh hd 51 a e o F 'o la n
C.: EereUcoU ll crin chif -y- ----- Vt husia il ttd g heir Gre w f the dot(nt aon e 5n hi Al to oau s for u thi la i a'au t it grt
it errnei Ae 1Walir d andrge s, ,. mt ae..d R Mtdc m s h, r uht r e
eheevomdayingstor tfrayasa -lep Phllipe. 6ansh. Ce ta W uti~n hefon e a rcnty rn~pre--t- Poiton With FB fone'oa be Jo rNla'eatam 2J ad p lel fd~hs~
sf a not, ais s n nsdiet S n gv a b tathed sth -it- di ctll besiima. aii tty .... r Bist nced pwss -i. ams cittin rea
wihthe t to B i genw Rrroendkan wiaidlying hwoke tonae OnhotransisSiteaen UGASLNR
Georl eakd e r wos. "Som t se iooh ontinue d won ae s hsare theaFe'sl urnau ete Si Iher Mc.. p a gry.ed t A-11. cops ai n s Des te 31 f aheaa
aclipping fr eton hief, rieey -n H H l e l ries i ho tiie an entiea l men adte f Prid a rg ia t. o
33 n ow goos for five p each i Bn
-sentan'te ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ a opraioa netigs of owor bate Iuia definitely-. < begvn ---'ss~cep'sil.Hi-~t~in~
-o s i t fo s b a k w s f orm es 1n d p a i d o f C a n ni gr ~ e Sn-ar l y /
~'e rl ce r~~ ~ s'V~lom -x x esaghaar- hek adarter a ~ ahn teaci D.-- C. -d In Ge-i Awar Fo H~eroism
a ~liping f md lometow al- z eledsel item o of Hawaii o Aplcat fo these usualon may be stage scrtee n tr have -bee Stamp o. C0arood a forl five hia thpounds~ofep~s ,h
l~e yours, for exaniple--c'an inesa meade he trimp inhar y plae reh os 240 1 7 ri .. rie in Msntit getof 8ola. : te. throi' Noembe' 8 Thrp A-13 te thee drcge trog a
4 ~~~~~~vres Chairmatnglbe Car. sta:ed and necif agn
.much as a niea o rale ofa Coroa e ifornia, where he -eih t usne oa s e rc. ereo oe reqtieted cous pos uga mntg o8eb5u 2i- th elag Int se at a
..fighting man io whatever his g C4ifornia oe ngt the plahe : able houssg acco o 5s Apsl y lnoteriall ons aorc Nov- c
Srutie e l u r e ia. t p ee bthee tah govo e t church ged burial followed in Rse- m 9. registration for new bos help essman each time. A thd
pob shotanded thse days months at the AryAi Base. Lea i l6ee ahn h uch alnr Ceiety alow progress. st, th C part rere fue
tio hal it ipleti iess e-~ foemr Whdit 'esimae at 3Ay000,th -roSHOES
but if you mpae he encsed re1ase landed h Honil at eo the fl- owned idfcehlls may be ha t e itield M s h .3 coupons now valid 2 o h nlagela frustrated by te rar
would ou sen clg? 'We lowg da making the 250i miles in thee l ise, i G r S mb i Apalachitl River through Dec ft ies which hd i nveloedb the
tawill see W. s that t gts on his onsi eryleg than -24. hours. He att s fro m 60to 1, 9 aI di d t re onticelFeria er -2at pe.e, te fuselage. de thereupon
squadron's bulleti l oard w ihere no wrote hi parents that he had sert have a weekly la ..undry icusys io e h S1ho is areto er- a rules now reqii. co ainie ed m airat
only h, ut thest of his.unit will manys6b the Navy men he had Epot tem, and arho nvenent located. aters o. MVory h 30 n aet ery ca o i lese a h se lie n oa f the twoi
-' be able to appreciate it-as well as seen in & long time, ne of them be Government cafeterias are of~rated flieJ' cR y "an ,Raci ,numer carn t own writ hsoline u- wh),ae4ortoghfles n afre otal udy itn(ncnjuci ihte-rsiecs4ik 4o. 1si i oseso sa o-* otclo
yourthouhtfuness .. in a frmerfootall/uddy Miton colj~intionwiththeresiencd eo'ppeprlyyout in)loydponsinahsepssesionts.sonuasthey Hewitehded ontielroHig
We assure Go general Ee and Cap- Byrd, now a t.he et officer. aIp nd al. in the where the e failo er. yuhild are issued him by his ra tioning board- School, here h was at in l a- ae Curtis, as well as all oFr other wa s the first Jeeting of these ei tie em s o yee l Worl. r wIt nth' fin then ulie Whied a ne bs a ad a an gdu viai
points rathe war Frnce ; IasCle".., ..........' to-0 za~d iing ertm the rTugh e Univer-' comliatinS -Iti bal and>lbasball, "rdut
military mene and their families that friends since '41 An FBI agent wll in the- -Sler. t of YpancN wre 93ine le t tho Uiv
coltlmn in the paper gives us morR En 1d eu-hat las if of, on l. ..- ori o tat line for a good maiy years He T Ishe fwTor sit of Florida andha Uwe diversity oIistei a
S. pleasun fre than this service cohrmin. of an unexpected visit hme i p day mormng ,eder 21 194 ron owning and operating at one time the Fora ro n l in bana, gad ing from the latt e in
It is rare indeed that it is privileged- timber when ai Army pfane made a 1:0 A. v to 1 PM. for the pur drug busies in Monticello now the Dr. F A ri icor7, He received his : M i. M Deee
to chronicle such an act of heroes, flight- to Jacksonvile from Calif or- pose of interviewig- prospective ap-B W, Johnson and son, drug store. ree from Northwestern Unversty
for opportunities for such br ery nia. He- vas atp the cntrol uand s pAll p lpere 1i interested a ic ecamepoi i N School, i oceag lelnoisia h
cand service do not come every day. the plane reached Moilticello he cir this wrk .should be at tl1i plac dur- niottlera Florida as a hotel man, and As a cause of suffering, inconven Prior to entering the Army Caji.
but when thy do our Jaeffer sais coun- eld abore his own home in salute to ig the urs stated aboe inor, der hoasn sitecss i i lasn Curtis, i gon e h a a membr otf hn Bti
tyi'.! tboy eature u to: th--uoble -hs aents wom' et: phned irnce t -6 5pai hfull inforaion..L -=::L,, i27 waredsfi, rien his line asllownerbeence01seqouesaayand bcd omrc. least rp, .ac rdif hi Benta
ty: boys masure up t) thefulet. his parentwhohe poled in a oaLi full Sf t: StnElmo hotel--5afteward as there is no form. of sickness that Medical Fraternity was a staf ilitWe are 'proud indeed to carry the fewy hours - story, -and we are proud -also each his long-waited opportunity to. go demand(ri' S. ~ brought ..him back f roni cause death but the canplications, the pital working with Dr. Arthur HeL
-- week to chronicle here the simpler verseas -came -he is .particularly glad ju ,~ .4r ,ep time to time to Is first calling--that morbid conditions that accompany it, Curtis ,his uncle, in Gynecology,
'events, transfers, promotions and ox- of -having had the recent visit homne. of a. skilled aid -dependable drtrggist, follow it and result from it are fre- In December 1943 ,he joined is
pieriences of all Jefferson county boys -V -About 995 hog"'n33 catt e- A happy event was hfs mirig 'to quently fatal. Notable amn thesp present Unit at M~odFed ah
-you and ,your -familes contribute, to writes his folks that he -and -the 2nd 1 Monticello -Stock. Yaibdslfonday. grit@ eloydd -woman travelled life's Many persons .have as many as' overseas service he has been through it, that-the News may be the medium IAr'mored Divisin;, known as the "Hell H fogs sqld about a. quarter higher road t~h him for -nearly 45 years, three or more attacks in a year. Ai- the Tunisian, Sicilian and Italian
- of spreading the news of you to the on Wheels" -divie-ion, are still seeing and cattle -sold strong with the pre- when he passed to her 'reward.. Otie attack gives little or no immuinity; Campaigns 4as well as the invasionfolks back home and to the 'other heavy service in the European thea- vious week. -son survives--Lieut. Col. George Colds are -caused, primarily, by- a -of Southlern France and on a special boys over the globe. -ter. The Second division spearhead- Best steers & heifers ...9 to 13.00 W111tfield McRory, who is serving his virus, that is: -by an infectious- agent mission in the Middle East.' Capt.
---- -.ed the drive in midsunmm'er into the Medium steers & heifers 5 to 9.00 country in the U. S. Army invading too small to be -seen with the -best Cjirtis thinks he ise in the top P-38
Captain W. S. Horne, son of Mrs. leine River, cutting -off the Germar Best cows---------8 to 12.00 Germany. microscope. Probably -there areaSqdrnithTeteadispr
P. P. Horne of Aucilla, is now sta- forces, and played a major part in Mediu mcows 5 to 8.00 'So we have this brief record of a number of different 'viruses. Many (Continuied on. page 5)
tioned at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, expanding the break through which Thin shelly cows-----. -3 to -5.00 good 'life from his birth to the bright different bacteria are associated with
'where he is in charge of all autpmo- will go down as one of 'the decisive Bulls--------------5 to 8.00 October morning when his body was and seem to be'the 'cause of colds and OATS FOR FEED
~bile repair work at the camp. Cap- points in the war in France. It was Calves---------------6 to 14.00 laid in the earth, the rough dirt con- complications. It is a -well known ----__tain Horne was in the national guard the Second division that landed at Heavy No. 1 hogs--- .----13.35 ceale 'dand beautified by the glory of and well established fact 'that colds Lake City, F'la.-Columbia County
unit before enlisting in the army in Fedala in 1943, and later invaded No. 1 hogs .. 14.25 flower s sent in profusion by -those are 'contracted from persons having farmers are hoping to overcome an 1942. He was stationed, first at Ab- Sicily. Thea in the summer if 1944, No. 2 hogs .. .13.90 who loved him. -colds, just as diphtheria is contract- expected shortage of corn in the
-- rdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, after spending the winter guarding No. 3 hogs 3.00 Known affectionately the ordnance school; later was sent the border of French Morocco, the No.41 hogs'---.-- 13415 "Uncle Whit" or "Mr. Mac" by hun- It is best, when coining down with and other winter pasture and grain
to Detroit, Michigan. to an autonmobile Second Armored Went into France No. 5 hogs .-----...--- 12.70 dreds of friends, his place will not be a cold -to stay in bed for at least crops, -according to County Agent
school and stationedl at Omaha, Nob '(Continued on page 5) -,-Light No. 5 he ... .............. 12.45 -(Continued on page 5) j-(Continued on page 5) Guy Cox.-

The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla. Friday, October 20, 1944 *
Signal Corpsmen 'Swim Moselle Models New Jacket
.. .... .. ..
.... ..... ......... Sensational! New! Magic shorthand, typing
course, easily understood. Studentsis OpWNUse portunity is knocking. Act now.' Copies
.ah n o ,........e s i ted. $1 postpaid. R oy B ranan, A lt*, G a.
Washington, D. C. Memos of a
Republicans arent saying much Hugh Baillie,- United Press chief, 1 GAING and tgraphlg.
about it, but it is extremely notice- now covering the war o the East- 14 Years of fine work and fair prices. ree
able that Joseph W. Martin, house, ern front, wires back that the Nazis o les nd prices. E. ALLSMiT. o
minority leader, is not playing a aren't quitting yet. But some of W. adro Avenue., Philadelphia 41, Pa.
prominent role in the national cam- Hitler's pals: over here want us tol
paign. Inside fact is that he is too . One of thy friends at Colbuisy trying. t get lreelected m .his ier's tells me that back in the Spanown district, where he is opposed by ish-Aneridar-Warour Navy was the ncAPPLES-APPLES-A'LES
Edmund P. 'albot, former mayor .use roketgunson the USS Fuiutay- bi e grde $ O50box; so.
of Fall River and a former sheriff Vesuvius. When it was told to some lic, not over 5 bu. to each person. Shaped
of the county. Talbot is of French top Admirals they were flabbergast miller Apple reards oreneia, e e
Canadiap extraction, a Catholic and ed.
,a Spanish War veteran.
In th 1942 election, the largest 'Labor leader Lewis was the butt 111-Fated Chesapeake Has
city in this congressional district, of a practical joker in a crowded
Fall River, voted as follows: Joe Washington hotel foyer. Soeone N Namesake in Navy
Martin- received 11,765 votes, while pinned a "For Roosevelt" button on
the Democratic nominee, Lomax, re- his back, and was he fee-yoo-ree-usl Owing to the misadventures of
peived 17,334 vtes. Therefore, while The the first American naval vessel to
the whole district went Republican The Press Box: The IN Y. Herald 'be, called the Chesapeake, the U. S.
byratic0bFall R-0. lent terTrmbune headlined that telegrams navy has never given this name to
praisingll Gov.,Fa~ Dee' rtr reaohr'y o
is a 41,000 registrationlrea ty prasmg Gov. pewey's oratory are another combatant ship, says Cols as 4onl u in cite pouring in . Howcum Isn't ier's In 1807, the captain of this
'which cast only about 30;000 votes there a ruling against wires of coan
in 1942. t w on- frigate, unprepared to fight, struck
sidn 1. St. Lar At P i gatulation during this war? his flag and allowed his vessel to
can be kept down to-a 12,000 lead, Mich., models army's new oli he eembn e the gov't tok -over., wMontgom- ah.aeM.Sr b f.eopard.i
Democrats figure he can, be licked. When communication lines laid across the Moselle river,, France, by drab wool jacket, now authorized cry Wrd? They wailed -,th t it ,S I
Martin led-outside Fall River in 1942 the signal corps liattalio were broken three times, the men decided for wear by army personnel in the would dev h ied .tl. Th gain in 1813, the crew of the
by 22,000. But in many of the sm-all to swim the lines across the river. The signal corps work has been'out- U. S. Yanks in. European theatre other day the same gov't took over Chesapeake, unwilling to continue towns there arepowerful groups o standing in this war in keeping open all lines of communication, many havealready been issuedthese jack.. large Ohio war plant and the a battle, surrendered and the Ship
Yankee liberal intellectuals who are times under heavy fire. ets. Their use is optional. gzets buried the yai Thd was captured by the H.M.S. Shanclose to the Willkie line. Talbot ost offeredanrresti contrast n '
has made contactwith the United o 'h*s nOne. of its stories quoted Churchill
Nat i s groupion des i rg an they,.:... ,.....
a to n nth National League Champions WACs'Miss Ameri stating that no wa crinals will be
r rking euth aical -'free after the war., Another yarrA
him. than g i prre S JoehAprn
i e revealed that British Fascist Capt. Wor' e l re str J neAr
Ramsey (mixed up A a in Nazi espio none surer Why pay more? Wh
BIGGER AND BETTER BOMB nage) had been released from gaol acceptress? Demm StrJoseph
Army officials haven't revealed and "was free to do as he blood
whether they plan to useit yet, but well pleased .. Hqw Tempus Futhey've already peeratedr and tested .... n ow aa.we' e eu I in tU
a new flying robomb bigger, and owpal 'e: th Rpub tronhld
faster than anything the Nazis have -Wall Street.
ever, seen,
Fact .is, the new robonb' 'was 'At the National Press Club; Wash.
tested in the Middewet last month Brc td egehitis
and wize hbote the aatmore mgton, the other day, George Gal
.and whizzed through the'air at more ]p, the surveyor of public opinion,' Creoritulsion relieves promptly bethan 100 miles an hour during per- was cornered by some scribes. Oine cause it goes right to the seat of the
formance checks. 'The bomb has sid: Doc, whatdoes it looklike t trouble to help loosen and expel
been developed with the aid of the germ laden phlegm, and aid nature
odVt t cb6mpa y ehrisyou right now?" To which Dr. to soothe and heal raw, tender, inFord Moto company. lWhetherGlp replied: "Rosevelt Bricker flamed bronchial mucou~mem
in production or not is military Fala, Dewey and Truman i branes. Tell yodr druggist to sell you
secrt. a bottle of Creomulsion withthe unc t ally a ri i t, F -NS-~'S~IS1-' ~ -.~ -d erstan d in g y ou m u st lik e th e w ay it,
aculy bottle ofe last unr, Ford
S Tproduied a heavy r bong tet wmb of his Mrs. Jonathan Wainwright, wife quickly allays the cough or you are'
Sownu bit c udn't fid out how it of the heroic General captured b to have ,your money back.
o w na bn r c o u l nt'in d r e t h o wl i tm ntt h e J a p s i s d u e a t t h e W a l d o r fR
would perform nk der front line con- th qh sddftte'WlbtCREOM ULSIONF
but Elmer DaV decided ~~~~tbe rote.She wil rom a radast~h e~ elngo evtm i=
uditios.I has frne lied,- L Oobe7. She will do a ioadcast for Cou-ghs Chest Colds,Bronchitis
d iti o n s I t h a s n e e r b e e n r e v e a l e d ,w it h -M r s R - .
but, in the American part of World wiaMs R 'e d n
SWar ore rboinb was partially The St. Louis Cardinals, winners of the National league pennant, ,Rvaling the recently, selected h S
inspired by Gen. "Hap" Arnold, no f6ught it out with the Browns for the world title. TheCardinals are 'meca, D oi P Nwe t iT sndi- e o b
commander of the U. S. army ar not strangers tosees although playing another Katheen McCann of Detroit, Mich., cate colyuers were talking sho
corps. who- w chooui ast worldtcontests, prettiest the other eight .. The first reLos eam for the title s something new for them, as well as for WAC in th e country from thousands marke one his papers had o you feel "all, in" and ready to sleep
Atrenldrsuht h r is rot any- other member of National league A c Is StId partiilayed at the New Jersey dropped his st Do h because he at tw l k( to
Ford company,' asked- Ford cli te -u get rid~ of that tired feeling and join in
work out a mptor to go with it. Frd state fa r. tacked people the paper liked . the fun-have .pbundant pep and vitalrolled up hissle ee resto wpioduced .The other said: "They tried that ity? Maybe your system lacks certain
oll in le e Alhes I raded Alban ria with me. But I quit!", . "Yeah, elements such as Iron, Idine, calcium
well. Probably if World War I hal Ights Go onAgain said Ann, Sheridan- "but I'll bet Vitamin. VITA-BERLES, the higp .
lasted another six months, the ro.- you had to slide like hell to make tenl tratment combing all these elebonib would have made its appear- .. it!" ''ments and providing 1500 USP units of
aome 24 l ave ar e appea- vitamin B-1 daily, may be just what you "
ance a ye r earlier. NOVRAD .:;s need for a happier, healthier, romantic' .. The Moom Pitchers: In the ne life,, especially if you're over 40.-Try
bob is 'Aea prerved inthe Ford E "March of Time" dpe this week, VITA-BERLEStoday. Just $100 a box
bobi IilprBredaEh Fod- IK~-, at your druggist or order. direct from
laboratoriesin g What to Do Witlh Gerinanyn of -So Esi o
SPLIT 6 ~ ~f ers the best shot yet of Hitler losing 21s Station.H cleveland, Ohio.
TEXAS THINKS c PICBAC control of his eyeballs. The scene
Before Roosevelt delivered his NIS J apparently was among filmcaptured
campaigns speech, at tle, teamr's vby the Allies from retreating Nqzis,
-' cmag peh,,tbetase -' I HVAR METKOVIC" ._0~~--..,..A cnete ~ ~i~ ~ a
dinner, he had a private session .1KOtCUamazing scezieatlzingconvinces
-OCU 7-7- that Hitler.inus.. "Svnh iibiTBI
with Teltster Pres. Dan, Tobin in Sis nuts MUE YenR th
which~ they -discussed the .political LACT LJ M.::---.-AGS- Cross," ,a punchy anti-Nazi 'tbaeme '0 o aeHTFAHS
sitiza fit us os" pt- Do You Hate HOT FLASHES?
situation,'- especially hn Texas, -the E6 becomes' punch-drunk when it at' o ufrfo htfahs el
state that had been trying to mke CETI 0 tempts to show good Germans in the you suer from hot leases, feel
weak, nervous,'a bit blue at times,up t mnd whether to h. se, Fatherland. all due to the functional "middlevelt electors EAo oi-Ro elt eec cu-ARI SKO-PE age" period peculiar to women-try
tors on the ballot. The President of Ecuador will be pound to relieve such symptoms.
"Did you hear Bol Hannegan's a White House gest ..... "There's Taken regularly-Pinkham's Com-- ~~~pound helps build up resistance-:---'.
story aboti Texa Mr. esiden -No Plade Like Washington" will be against such annoying symptoms.
asked' Tobin. "With those electors --R' Z4 ZO. published around Election Day. Cog Pika' Compiound is made
________~-- bTZZU R*Cog especially for women-it helps nacoming -anid' going he. says it's 'On- 'rO S. Bloom's dghtr' auth'd. ...Good fure and that's,the kind of naediagain, agam, gonea in, Han. neR sqne to buyI Follow label directions.
againoff aain,'gone-aain, an'-'- -news for -the ladies: The, W~PB wil) v~rPIKA' VEGETABLE
negan give the official nod to shoe .anu- LIA E. PINKHAMoS ce ,
Roosevelt .observed. that he had BRI-NDISI facturers some time soon. To make
doe verthn h cud abu '- TARANT IAEN T" femtme shoes again-withhigh heels'
Texas, -but -didn't know' what -was VALONA 1 .; . The Vatican's gold in the U. S. A IS
the matter wih the folks d o (sinbe 1941) will sooi be tue rF
thik he' gg to vdes a si the r* oaruo N applied to Dun &s Bradptreet's to -uS
ticetl. Ale a do tesdfet ob rating. ,1Meaning that many expec U 6 6E
thyl oealtejiis os i f'.5.. 3$'-" to resume ciihian work,sliortly.
congress, for the best committee ____ P xos' Bewaire of:'stories from H'wood or CdPeparations as directed
chairmanships from .the speaker '~'^..--- For t1he first time since Pearl Har* Sinatra.- One aggrieved pierson ha
---down are chiefly held by, Texans. I bo-hr, the -floodlights -oin -the '555-foot' been gunming for him and-nmay try
don't think they'llout offtheirnoses Striking by air and sea, an Allied Invasion of the Albanianr and shaft of -the --Washilngton mnon- priqter's4-n as the weapon.
to spite their faces. Yugoslay coast is trow well under way. First airborne landings mnt't flashed- onl again. It was/ not
Next day the Texas Supreme courrt, northern Albania and islands off Yugoslavia. Lines were formed in V-E daty, but the mistake of a new Despite the prmiseo-thTr
voted to put the pro-Roosevelt, short order anid gl new hole driven in the southern rim of Hitler's fast- guard who pulld the wrong switch, span .mmtte prot to do athTr electors on the ticket. cracking fortress, as the Russians drive old. I-It ill: soon be lighted each night* abou them Brakr sHoe. IPaInr
*A *A MALegORT'JeaB Beach, before Sept. 1st, the returned
in Adm instatio ledrs r ttl- American aRmpionS -& Opitaar wun h Rbe mely trnerrHo
-concerned abotaout the r rivael reaction --; Gin. ev9 oCarpAtr
to V-E day. They not only fear a her clidanaer. wa.n And olthougl
possible slowdown offproduction arnd uh cla-himd o the was or' neas __o____5_TD__GGSTSfighting spirit, -but also an u n- subh ast homevep ia nowht dita~s)frn W U- 2
restrained celebration on Armistice insthe WACrnerraks o Dytaifor WN--day. mg Beahe WAC rep acksaDatn
Noisy street -celebratioins, wife B'""" td' relc .The ren n'!
spread drinking> and -any feeling Hopit al ove Was hnto aurnd Pasid that the war is over .will he .'y uky ~ ~ ~--sBach ise thasomegonvr an tcl
7 'most unpleasant for the millions of Beach is thd someone very ta sda tc e hmCeas h io
families who have sonsbin the Pacific mj ped the Witer at PlBech'dn HeBM
feastil fa e it or thJiaobops.;' ' Y ~ '1:-~ :\.: w as very u p set ,w hen she could n t; Y our kin e are constantly altering
feain sub or Ja p 4, 1lger go there I ,waste matter rm the blod streaid. But
There was strong sentiment with-' not act as Nature intended-fail to rein WItosuget anoncmetsMany soldiers signed a letter froni movenimpurite thatddi retained, a tha~t o un gest a nnouncemespo sle Fort Bragg requesting mentions ol cdymachinery.
theat inrest aind resut o nsbla e, -M argaret Connors, running against -~ ptom ay be agig backache,
ionle Dvsfnll eie Clare Luce frCongress in ConnL getting up nights, swelling, puffin
Theywrot: "e knw fom rad, under the eyes-a feeling of nervous
b u it E l m e D a vi a g e n ly d e cith e T hyrig: "Whn wtr m re d an xiety and loss of pep and strength .
anto dit. o aencypl hs the ~t~'" j 2 j ing your column, that you don't gc Other signs of kidney or bladder disin fr sticty paty olitcsand ive order are sometimes burning, scanty or
so udi c e ive the pe pe w thyDavis tr c l p r y p lii s a d g v too frequent urination.
shl rtteeive tmen, avis ill a candidate from either party a gooC There hould be no doubt that prompt
propseA that a miomndpe ss carr wilotherly love in its embryoni word if deserved" .- I assured. D atme Plls Di hav een .nng
potent reminders that the war is not The St. Louis Browns, winners of the American league -series, -en- stage is displayed in tiny Mary Jane oten. Miss Cong.r Aesomnsione. Tey haend ao -nton-e -nfrptatean.
over and that we are still faced with tered the world series for the first time in history. They started out -Donnelly's concern for welfare of ofe..Areog.AdronsCn reoned by gratefi pepltati
,a major conflict in the -Pacific. OW as if they meant business, winning the first game against their "sister" her doll that was run over by motor- gressional probers (on financial country over. Ask your neighb'orl
kwill point out that war effort must team, the St. -Limis Cardinals, -who are old veterans of world series. ist. Time and a new doll may afford backers of certain outfits) have sum.
replace V-E celebrations They promised a first'victory. the-- - -- balm for her broken heart. m aoned Gerald L., K. Smith. Abou
the timely

Thie M'onticello News M~onticello, Fl., Frday,' Otobe 20, 1944
Large-Sized Vestee Sm~art, New Ideas About Curtains
By Popular ]Request And DTraperies That Will Aid You~
By Ruth~ Wyeth Spears
WN.UC WOR MAS a rTo-i OR ioo%/ mteasuring_ cutting, making and hbngins
ULLI1E aOll types fromI~ the usnmplcst sash curtahul
TESOYTHUS FA:ZreCorey '7rl wodee at.. thtm mn f i ee I pai for exlsie QCU- TOP3, SKIRTS ANiD or stuffenied valance. Whatever your cur, Is epcted by. e mlyrswfMs the three kise she had betwdo a fti ai n nitoil FONCSO tain problem~-here is the answ~er. Ordei
ployee's home during a rainy evening hwtsdosupposed wasto have exclu- FOR
an p~a pth iilatos,~~eh- When the two stewards ad placed sive, occupancy, to"Zorie si Ranc u.t a: he vtatons Shlae has a~ L DODSd1 MRS eUT WtateH SPEARShg lcd ~ er ~ LRS.
date this evening with Paul> Duinan her: he Bedfor Hills Nnd Yorkm
uterly despondent about delive~ring the rom oi Core y tipped each a' with raised eyebrows. She~ saidl OB ncoe1 et frbo Mk dollar,1~ ~ani~ t~l~~ and wodd if i was oruly: "'The person who'si ee WT orw
~V pole and cries. Suddenly a ma appears. THrE~~asp ai o exi C
101~ He istens to haer story gravely,~~~~wb ~eI~Adies2 .~
rips the invitations from her hand, tars With~ tThH t ......
thxemup /aildtosses them into the trash a e lt- t Z it
baske -He hais, a taxi and Instructs ioaiabusc thn .aohe pro. I refusi. Y2 R y
.7 >1the driver akher'whr she dr hcls tjhe'dobr.' ShA k a hat?
Paul' ce AdmralDuan, calls oni aLeav~ro~ e~a~hy ~ e Ittoithe Irisman,
room____which_______s to be hes oe for te dwth, a oed exresionic to e ToFn 0rgtSd
M4;t:de day ean fivdate t, was~auei e teete tah ens thr isk &,lf attl saving
eA a Ilhs' explaatio aro th -prsa'
.........i t.a I do. . .."ha et d d y u s e ide ad g i s ,w l., h r as'r s l n e j medt up ano sad Witb ged s bevda e dyn m F hn on of t e a
aeTin horsly "Wa itini abl eit sil openrs ef yo ono ae pwe
ydowent wahthnkin abou theQ5 Qeer~ sh _eard sor~ manyae opnnfoX
govetmen meane lapy over for IsdSmtie unlasn -ts elo thanein thea~~ ata P~ae
e AYrae'hsgadahrasee aul te abe epe osn on e at e navy wivsad skr for a rsigtbe ihvr Sol n,,huhf e
"Bute b It'si~ ain aih. sayng "So sory"' Gon i Ha- litl wat. drans ae as th roi- erfo
that J dsg taresiOe that e're'. lck 'tok havsto plde to h me.'
knttdthtIve voe thie o whe she, op~~ngh~h a,
ine for you. ftl~ mt t
Then~t~p' on she is~orebl to bu -a'e al
ei~T~o d}sizesng,,,0 s42 ewn t -l4ca ea setsi,"Ded ete.uolda h oletr ilb
',On ata~anain Paut, sakdi ase f"eatr-tetr aiidoe -bte ad, vi k
WaeiRV EE 0aono wiecooe arfra "Duor.ii c"IrYu n o yu ubadslfeu n
Ieo' atiil alcid term paper th etefr comfort i aA htoo Zoul' fther har udr or o Ff5mM N- qURTIIS Ths 2-a sapin ou geIF
~~~Iiua~~~~~~yo~~~smr try curai andudi draer idaeoase.wita eyhoet ~e ~ewa ~ -~A(
Chily ea~o h ouse n t wil mak a Wel yo'e goin tm tak it-;~ ayewidr table Hoe 4trisohed. ooe~t.ilstae stp-y-te dMJireton o mntspne. heful. w onrum Cstas gtfoi or d ,y adi meet? Zonet thed plane. Loorna ,u 9IAND ~jA
woa who ~ ru ishul "s~bs to dorhe He thoughtshoey~ 'dite tota 'th big asked-AS
~Y2U~P5~Q~Z issCre, hee aid flasmln be "Y-yed, id Zoucie' Iftt hespret had ~fAI BCMLX-* D4~Q OF !
oit ~wn knitin wZras ~n i h 'wer wronze she' a she hade met i
To~. obaid xopl kyxittn'p srcto neolnty at the rr Althoug sh o ke dee ,y, ohe ,nm pace, ou i -go, h for thet lareszed vlagte (izes38,40. th '"inao pr fo :soethn. e Se' -gon4~si e. or Biktaijhnc in An ae'ere I~t C
dess~ and t atter enume r sleep irriabiity "Ready1Wa 'fer,
era cad -g~y vps> o -y-O dasinnedWiilou?' lai uonpackedbmnn,~est
Due~y to~ aeno unusall A~g dwee:,k':
~ '~he iseon~ig wi- I~ Z ahe bag pdand hw~y4 Shei;~ ~ >4~>" ~
ae~n d~o the st ani h LAai
isow foure intslin orders ftoa fe o fuh She c U
the otoplar pr~ateon. nubr. drIgti a
cutl yor8dr o b ut her ort,'pluiii hre r ,e q-h r~~.
f ntnor 1~S" ~ eP ~aiothe tapd eots any< her thkins
aTi es.m Amir a nn inl, bot ohwr ul
~~~~l motrm tor suayr IU,'ie' ginrlo n n
SEWIG CRCL NEELEWRK iaDuna, Ze ure Then~ q'si ~ a she went. abutangngthng
me~~~~~~-spet asun youm ben wesauch, a r*st~th
530un South Wells tt. Chcao "R ad for what?" Aun H na o hagek about, e t he sam u tl
Enls 5cns(lu n et etae pagsse ad~ag l~ waheer ~nt h od i t!.t~ea
coi coto miig ftaor. Patte4~ trne "Gbd'o n,'utHnah! wa ELLENa:,i opsi~of ~ sun
glanced~~~~~~ ~hngn ya eth justP~uWs ~~ e~t i o(lIrg.
lokigattieMar~ or4 uner le sure "nc she s ou aflttre
/ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ n an lloedw Then Thes sV *trees'aki"gnty i us asmo
Adettae wasie tov coming" dp o ma i fao>t o~' age chae~ tuo eata fateo ofis rerdewi
IZeiciiiefnt elwloaA
Aunt oanhsae.," hfZore and" :wrdob on the trip. label nervet, Even as sejonee
"ucSes agred tohe mwr ixed adbatil Shha, ow eys bwTe tphoe rank., Aombe faievry exr SIGNES*M.
hs ar hathm, wtshal acingone in ,fsm g~b ~il ~ srn scalte "ao'ai t> a
W- zzji~jMnw, wi. it"Sh tae",. areig,,td:' Shep ~ glace reetulya
gasped.~rie $h Zoiae. ; "I ts foir) ~ ta ~
ASPA"A Zoleas Wayear," said tPul. for sa Zohetrearnly took' #A e ctthe phone.s
a Oand job." kine wac eatlieneFrancdc hap att the W1A AOAD AT
"Rcpe, atATme
rpie hwqicl n ford dooiZ'n this>- thoue sihot e tve e waned rangou a he fean g .,po~le r
cold,% wAhen S youwa the tirl gplndi re she ine was REV15E EDITWiIONhe.cO
~M E--MID.Re~ nt a h sm allr hu" he th
tiipvoec heith hives yoed abupfu t*he9 aav~~ug. beeoe~ oor~ing!wathesd erDE AMcitSd. FL ~~ ECHMAi N oSle AdeaS
'Imebcuhmdin fUorT ANur hisey a da coldly.,aspr W~oae ,~ ~ e "sp -a y oin sanish Tee ely : BOTHecc t VIAMN tAig soD Dou *THEl BRtAtio BASKT.
aOdNS OFl tonid Itrl wodfu." yo ld ?" he yocrai ed ~r'aey~ Hrer "Hulo honve tey."e~ uI as Paul t. ea'~r wihec~sv
tiUMaI Ta rau ysirig2cp f ne, had'ecote ink Hon t alway AoSue byL heS THEp~es DOZENS OF WONDERFUL bu oiymwts' ,. tit1i IC eelpe
ONLY MARGARINE ~ didthenS shredwas agr. "Z~ tois e.,~ oi lxe agan ~hi ac.~ Qno etrs
waT~E 4 T h yterosyonma waae The girlts untild dislvd when sh few lest soetn rniIhim, anw shel a out o h rdodae wocnsl
MXaokin TOde-i' B o lrulea eisrely' hppyhee. She's a anqut oELIIOs longeET thBhrcloREADS, Mr ta hl x ou~sne ouac U N '~~~TAB~~~~a-GRADE:~~~hpe oftedo.phe.Se a ~ n a> 1 had hadn a'couplse codrinot,
all.' ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ "on! (Ourt Hannu bcane usel corn syrupx tors saifid Ii for't leme o 'eatoug h Pau dihaplne f drik WRT FRYOR TDY
liudWho, ntado sirs"u. alay sheltried hse. hsy, "ev e cuieocpny ~tis;o yhrrekes
Then u onesdo Tabe-rae. obtai n-MAD tranle d She to Wefo you too ioosadsr h wsteki oo oi o~ 'ed t~h aosforIsromta pae-~?'o airl Zone)'nt ahuh pintouly boti "Mae yourse beastfu, Paole4
ALet' just callu hid anu evlfreinpaveendsace u h e shower Itn com ern foreveri the~
moo ldha is mhe? brohe Stye" pon.Sh se hrl orte href he aeotp h bts>444r/
fuZolel un panna of~ medicine When whe gotze hihe adhea a diroo ,alls puintan glrowtingand din- igh coy4n1
you're by IYos canck desert. me liver vignduy al~ thss vitamin gaoig donarhigtbe
4 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ r Wel dthnce! afterron 22We'resen~~eele(IO ECNTN~
'4' 1101 4ror Box/ >4 7,
swrd 444n' hee' yo get 'V Flescman' Yes with~4. >4 ,' A'

NOTICE H'ale Mrs. Lena. ...... Moved Peters, Mrs. Chas. Myers M.,Io ved Orantham, P. D .... Mved
THE MOILLI NEWS Pursuant to the provisions of Section Hagin Lois ..........Mo ved Rainey A. L.......... Dead Jones, Mrs. E. R ......... Moved
__________________ 8.40 of Florida Statutes, 1941, for the H a rms, Mrs. Viola ............. Moved Roberts, 'Z. RH................ Moved Jones, Mrs. 'Y. 'W ...... Moved
ECR RIA ounty Commissioners to examine and $arms, G. M ................Moved Iloberts, Mrs. fR. R ............ Moved Jones, Frank D ........ Ioe a
PUBLISHED EVR RDY e-vlso Registration Books, the follow- Johnson, J. M .................. Dead Ray. Jamies Mc............. Moved iMashburn,, J. --%. ..... Moved e"Bgtt- rk
MONICLL iDETSR~'se a lsofnames that havie been IXidder, Mrs. Margaret .'.....Deaid fRogers, H. A ..............moved %lashburn, -Mrs. J. A M......... .M oved j1
MONICLL AVERISR raedor stricken from the registra- ILowvrie, J. G ..................Dead Stokley IV. A ..............Dead' \alloy, C. W ........ Moved Amendment 'simply guaranEstablished 1869 tion books of each district or precinct incoln, Mrs. J, N ............. Moved 'Seabury, Mrs. E. A .............Des4 Mathis, Mrs. G. B ............ Moved
in Jeferso Cou ty, Forid,,.Trn ........ ...I....... Deadd cocot Mr, .BMrs. ....P...............gistr, vaneyRegist...rMo earlier,
MONTICELLO CONSTITIUTION Tow9:- a iLew~is, Mrs. J. L ..............Dead Scott, B.' P.................. Moved -e'str Verna.............. Moesvledres h igtt
Established 1873 PRECINCT NO. L. Mrrell, Geo ...................Dead S ingletary, ................... .Moved' Sto ry, P .......... ............ Dead
Cagdt;Brown, Stone ...............~. Moved~ Maxwell, R. A. L .............. Moved Singltary, Alrs. J1. P. Moved Shuman, Mrs. Per .......... .M~ d Iv employment whether they
Chne to n Brown, Mrs. Stone....... ... Moved Melloni, Mlrs. Franklin L. ..,.. Moved SiI.J I.........MvdSulcl'r ~W oe
MONTICELLO NES10 Brown, -rs. Lethla ......Moved Mr, Jla'.........Move d Sith rJ. 11 .... .... Moved StePhans, G~eorge ........Moved belong to a union or not_________________ Brown J .......... Moved tMayfiel~d _R. B ........ Moved Stokley,. Mr Elba .......Moved Sparks, R. A4................ Moved
BrwnI. W ..... .....Moved Mayfield, Mrs. R,1 B........... Moved Ten),l, J.R. ........... :,,**,moved Sparks, Mrs. H. A ....... Moved
.... .... .... >1 M ~ e l n . . . .. D a . . . o e L u a J
KEATHLEY BOW.DEN (3regory, W. W. Move ac~ l~,3-A...........ed g, M rs. J. R. ...~o uge ur ~... Moved edt
Editor Gregory -Mrs. W. ~W ..... Moved Mc ory, H.: W ................. .Dead Williams, T1. ....... Moved Suggs, S.A. ..........' MJoved It Will end to
HIuffmaster W. F ........ Moved McI~ullen, P., RH.............. Moved Wheeler, Mrs :Henry.... Dead 'liharp6, H, .......... Moved
Entered at Monticello Post offie Huffmaster Mrs. W. V. Moved Mclen, Magae L.?uvAWlimBl ......... oe hre lthr..... 1 vlpatic affrcn
as Mail matter -of the Second Class Lee, Tomi ...............Da omn .M................. Dead Westee, Mar. Jre R ....Mv4 Witns,'l .'. ....... Moved Thar~e r.H .. Fletcher. Moved I ra c o frin
LeNomMrs.TomM..............MovedDNad Wste!r, J.. ye 5Y. ...................0'MTarp. rs
_______________________ Le~M~; ~ OVdNeeley, B ............. ........p ad 1 e), Move ad a -~S Flcher .... worke
MVethvin, J ........ Dea PalmerD. B .................. Dead mlili WV~. B l......... ead Tharpe, 'A 'Cr ...... Moved w resto pay so eunion
Telephone ------------ Methvin, Mrs. J. N.,...... Moved Pelot, Frank C ....... oved.A PREOINCT NO 8 Watson, MW. W .....a......... DeadI
Methivin,"T'. T ....... ;1 ... oeNeo,-M s ~a k .Aoved Atinsoni', George, B .... M vd Will S a .W r....... D a oelr o 'e mt e
OFFIIICE OF PU~BLICATION M)ethvin, M rs. TC. ~T. ........ hlot N.. .........ove Atkinson, J u ia............ Move PRCIC
News Building Dogwood Street Mvorress, A. J .............. Moved Phil ott.' rs. E.N ....... Mo (d Atkinson, J5. N'. ....I....M vdN .14ore they can get a job.
__ _ _ _ _ _ _ Morreas. Mrs. A. .... Moved Roach D.'G ........_Moved Bishop,- A. A......I.... D1oed Bot rgt J.W...... 12a
MIller, M D......... . M' voved 'To .............. Dead Foatw ig t Mrs. A. 5 ... M vd
i R oac, Nl.s DeG .pt rlh ..... _.. Dad PisOad.%
M ile rs M ). .. .. .. ... Mo edIj l A .. .. .. .. is l, . .. .. ..i. ... ea H mit n, J. A .. .. .. M o e
"IM d in,4 Mr. ..........MoedMs.C.W...Moved
1W arl Bn: tGna Fred : .............. Moved~ O'Nal, _tndI 'IT IS SIMPLE
.Katherne Theatre Reed~i Ws.Me ~ ~ 4 ...... Moved~ Mion Mrs'.' dewle.... Moved
c~ri, or ....... Moved Sn9ede,' we J. ........ Mea '-,Mo e Neal, Mr.A de .....
Rooks, Miss Jesi Moved Turnbll T T ........ ed Bro'ck, Jeaete ......... Mo ved been wrongly or eroeuly eraed
SUNDAY-MONDAY, Oct. 22-~23 Roks, .r.S l ...MvdTrbl' Mrs Jai .......... Dea 1,wcn epiie ... ..... Move orstrikenoff'and sidf naeappa,
Sinclar, S.T .............. Ded Thoias Ms..E..I..-.............Movd.Beckam,........L.................................lit,.'wh.shal.make
Smith, J.'. .......... Moved& Talplee, C. C .... oe ek a ,L ..... oved suh facet appear to th 'satisfaction 0
Shoiho' flSmthuD.Wii............ Mved Taplele Priela i daeDs..A..Moed.raan R.L'............. moed sai BardofCouty Com isionrs
W r ak IT .. ... M vd W r.S ......... Ded rrnd r.R C.... esal enite t. he4M i r hr j oy t
E die Cantor, George Mvurphy, Cori-, 7ates, HT ........... Dead ClaytonC Nr ......... "..M ved name restored to 4 eistratio r
t61C oo'e CINlT N.21PEIC O atr ai .........Moe Movedi books..i'
Atkln~~~~~~ofl,~L 0ea oe.Ab teN'. 9........... Movd Darby l~ Mrs. F, ... ~ k~ IYH %l
Atkison Henr .elcte ..... hvdtlrrt, r.Mve A~et CY E If A E, lek
Nes n eece hrs Atinson, Mrs.~ Henr r ....... Moved Burigess R'. B .................. -..ed HlvC .... oe
Bryan, i. T ,.. .... Moved Burgess Mrs. R. ...............ove d lamri Msa ry ............_Dea
TU S A ED E D Y Ciescielski, Stphe ....... Moved Blair, 1. C ........... .. 1 e a k B.................. Moe
Oct. 24-25 Catiley,Mrs. E. C ............ Moved Brock, 'John ........... ......Move -awk Mrs Rsa Belhe... Myove
L re~e........'hl'vd.Badley, OtisMoe
Green, T a rec ...........Moved Br Hawkd C.J._....... oe
The Falcon Out West .......iirn ... ... Moved lc'l Jrd S .d.................. Dea enknJ .. ... oe o
Teate Mrs. Ruby pdBruell, Mrs.$ Oti .. oed oenl, Mrs.J ....koe l t o m
murder m~ystery!-Tom Conway. Bowan PRFiNCTI NO. 4 Buffer, MR!...t............. Moved Joes 1i Chs, _6......>oe
Bo~dEdna Pcarl.......... Aoe Connell, ..... Ded.... Jr.RC.............. Moved .rs;~
THURSDAY-FRIIDAY, Oct 26-29 Granger, eom...................Dead Colnnll m; rxs. J.\ ... Dea oeAieNl ... Movea
Hayrls, Sti is. A...... ............. Moved. v l0e W.cg11. M
Granno th e.. .. Deads)
Harris, J.A 1)... .... Dead Mrs.' RuLiby ........M vd 3.Vf ...... o e
Al~Floyd Mtcel, 1.1
A all, Geo .......... De"'v a Faic h, E . ....... M v d K ry eA .... ... o e
a ir e Trevor- -Albert Deker Kinsev M rs N . . M ved M~ ol~ a ~ at. . . o ved '. . ... 1
M r s iM.,ee ~ > Q d F i E . . ... . M o e y 0A ed, e . ..' .... . M o e d
a hot. L tet e sLnd w r htep', ortee ....... and FarcotlMeli. .... ovd coot(,oe ......... D a
jiir .W. ........... ed Fly, r,. .uh ............ Moved fidl ,S............ ..........ead
WrCght 28. C ........ Moe TN Gl s IE .. ......... oved Wila sn rance .. ..M ve
STURDAY, OC.2.PA-EICTNO 1hiorrsby,,,C1y ........o
Alex 'der, M .. ...Moved Johnsona -Mr's...................D a P E IC O,1
Aeande.'A M~rs.M o d ~ iB......... op KesrE E................ oved 4atfcd epMvd
Tril to Gunsight Buxok J. WI ......... ed rlil ' Bullock, ........................... .... ...............'ed Morrisa Decr ..... ........ .. oved ao ,Lnie ........INoved
EDDIE DEW-FUZZYKIH..Bid0.1........... I Vlve Mors Mrs-.n J. D........Da jcbMs one ... Mvd c a I r
Cartoon Serial Burnet Mr.J ...... Moed Nlaxywej -Mr'. 'R. E.......M yd I. ..... ... ed
Battern,Delmadr E.- M vd Milr L. V .........Mvd uslMs J ,Da
Carrll C T .......I..Dead Mille"_ rs. L., Y.............Moved SalrJ .... ...Movdo l r d
NTE'O RD Car oll'Mrs. W. W ............Dead Moiris, Erory................ Moved Stfr~, rs iz--......Moe
Dan~ils. P ..... Moved Morris, Ms. Em or .....yoe yuJ msT ........... Dead
/ Eaton Walter. F ................o'ved Morris Mrs.' Thma vere. Move %lalk~r WnH.;.......eaSeeig etrton fteTu
(938 Probate Act, Sees. 119, 120), Eaton, Ma.W F...............oved, Miler, Guy 'P. '.............Move PRONQd N.
Folom.. ................... Dead MoorJ S N ..............Movdl D1sy, '.V. ...-oe
1illman, Dewey ........ 'Dead AJller, Mrs, 'Gy 11. ........ ioved DreyMs .V" oe e ortcP icpe
in the 'C'ourt of the Countyr Judge, Grardeau t Jat ...... ...... Moved Nitoh '1l, H. HA........ oe lgil .L........s. D a
Jefferson County, Florida. ~In Pro- Griffn, TC...................'.Moved %litihell, Mrs. H. 1- :"..... Moved forins~v les1. .-........Da
Grifin Estff Il g '.............'Moved More, Robert 'Lee .............Movedl Laa, J.B. ...... Dead So L n d SacredI by the People- Of the Sot
Inae' Esat of Mres.~p .'im........ea Park- H, s''t.,.,. e l~erring, Rtussell.............. Moved O'>M~aaster, John...... oe auJ ... ... Mvdxortc at
bill Carroll, Deceased, H enry,,In'MaeMy' Moved P'lat,Mank o ........... 'a_ Ale hav bendneapaeo the~ Novemoer Ge'nera Baltn
To AlCreitors and persons havin g 'H m lon Eal ... .... Moved Platt, TFr. Bav.... .'& I T NO 1ar o lgtene d mo rtc
ClisorDemad AgaistSid H mitnMs.Erl .... M vetetr, hrlsMyr .... M vd 3ll 4. ..... .... eJSNC ,RosvetanBru a
Mafll ke bMyFes e e ye i ~syPrm~ ilgn~
.ou and each o you are -he~reby the Sot-htn Commusic NewDea buracrats pwh have
~ed&ndreui~t1pr~~n'~n';.. AA4'~'A~~'"~stolen the namea nd machinery of the Democratic Part for te
either of you, may have'gaint~th government foude by Washington, Jferson~4-9~~~
estate~d of rsEi alPakhill Cr presg~ved by Clveland, and Wilon;andl 'r ~lrQl~
~he~4~opty udg SINCE,~p these modr day carpet aM e$
to Fh Coiday Judge of '$ thefen directed by thle Sidney Hilla con'trolled in operated Plitica
celo, Forida, withneight'cerda ot fo0. thd ar sbl of craingand preuating hatred of the
monhs of h tai e of the firsteo c OPf~f jfl4e nto
South and a-is otenr aogtefrin pplto fti
publicationn of this notice. Each claim~'L. m ~'Suhsi att~ub~r aao~ h f i' plai~o
ordemand shall being~ writng, and~ N E[G Hbg iie.pft ~rh shl state, the place of resiec and _>R_ I SINCEASi.45,.A ~ Sidney Hilln a d the C.' .0 ook control of h
pos offile..addreas of the 'claimat, .hlg, anwt h aid o eao
'A~~5~v~~:, ~ pemocratic Conven~tion, a~tC advtl a e4
l>shall be sworn to -by te cl- "A' Clautde Pepper, reusedtpemtteelgestovefr ii
ant, his aget, or attorey, and anyBrynes' a States Rights Southerner 'and fornmerSeao'fm oul: such claim or demand no' so filed ..,Carolina, and forced te i-onationo a fomrebroft,
shll, b~e void; the first publication Pendergast M~acine (Trum~an, whose politicl god-f~ather has ere hereof being Qn October 143th. 19,44. a' term in thie Federal'Penitentiary, an
'WILAM WARING CARROLL '"~'~ "~~ "'Madanme" Perkins, 'who is onf telea.ders of te,
MARGARET BELLAMYA'A>.AiA,' ~ A'A'1"Y ... -Bo rpper clq,expresedl the' se n of thes.
fl~s~d~MASU '~. ,pe' ople when shid "I hateS'outherer," and N.Roo'sevelt has
Teaet ofs heml~a Waill '" AA~. .~,, kep't Mrs. P'erkins in 'ffice cver the 'objectior- of the Southa for
Carrlldeased twEiaaPr~ l ~ "'~elve years; an
No. 8 Oct. i232027 Nov. 3. SINCE, at th'e d~irection of t~he ,Hillan-Perkins-Bro~wder-,Peppc
cliqueMr ooseel ades~erted his loyal friend apd supporter' Senato
SI CE S ut er )De mo ras in sl ee s n o m i ti
1 s If o a %' our self-respect. are now' forced to vote forMr. toey and Mn
Bricker. both of whom believe -in stt right and local seif-govern,
Sl'ile ;NCJ.' we stilhave. a Demnocratic Party in th~e South. but,
nationa ll the*~ is o longr a 'Democr'atic Party, and we desire t
reovrfrnidh Hlmac iou ou'eortcPryand pre r
A D S t e pri ci pl s of de o r c for; our 'ch ld recn an our o ntry

in his brave heart the fires of youth ready under way. Treatments will Goup singing "America The Beauti- given by four "reporters" designated District Officers all the way down to the end of his be started at an early date. The ful" as such prior to the meeting. PECAN UCTIQN S LE
Chosen at Meeting 85 years. His grandchildren, rela- number of children with hookworms Salute to the Flag 3:15 Adjournment TE A UCTION SALE
tives and friends will cherish his has been notably reduced due to edu- Welcome-Mrs. Richard Simpson The Georgia Auction Sales Co. wild
memory. cation, sanitation and treatment. 11:00-11:30 The Garden Club Faces Pecan trees, to continue fruitful, hold auction sale
Mrs W W Massey of Quincy was Rev. E. L. Baxter ,assisted by Rev. the Post-War World Speaker, Mrs. must be kept in good growth each EACH THURSDAY
installed president of the Florida W. W. Carroll, conducted the last LLOYD CLUB HEARS- W. H. Covington, president of the year. The nuts are borne on the cur- tr uh thS D A .
Associational W.M.U. at the annual solemn rites in Christ Episcopal Florida Federation of Garden Clubs rent season's growth throughout the season at 10:00 A. M.
meetig hel at he Haana aptis- Chrch, nd th bod was aid o res renPecasn's acceptedcas everyede day d dururng
meeting held at the Havana Baptist Church, and the body was laid to rest (Continued from first page) 11:30-12:00 The Clubs in Action: tne week for best prices possible.
church, Tuesday, October 3rd. in Roseland Cemetery, the Rev. Bax- the talk the club members accompan- (3-4 min. reports of current plans by Bring your pecans to
Other officers were: Mrs. J. E. ter officiating at the grave. h The farmer is vitally interested in
Robinson of Havana, vice president; The pall bearers were S. D. Clarke, Sim a o M poultry yards of Mrs. p rs T. J. ce GEORGIA AUCTION SALES CO
Mrs. S. C. Walker of Monticello. Mrs. T .B. Bird, Thomas Clarke, Hugh Sims and Mrs. Edwards. Mr. Wal- Foley, Mrs. T. J. Rice post-war industrial employment, since
Ira L. Gatlin of Tallahassee, and Gay, J. R. Hughes, Sr., and DeWitt dron showed how to cull poor layers Lake City, Mrs. Hugh B. Summers products is necessary for the farmer Valdosta, Georgia
Mrs. H. C. Hudson of Quincy. district Kuder. out of the flock, and vaccinated all Perry ,Mrs. I. C. Griffith, 1st vice-, to prosper.
superintendents; Mrs. A. R. Hughes Surviving are a son, Lt. George'W. the young birds. Many good points in president
of Monticello. young people's leader; McRory, one grandson, George W. regard to the care of poultry and Tallahassee, Mrs. Fred C. Elliott
Mrs. E. H. Routon of Quincy. com- McRory, now stationed in Philadel- prevention of disease were brought Monticello, Mrs. W. J. Bullock, 1st. munity missions chairman; Mrs. W. phia ;two grand-daughters, Mrs. J. out. The club wishes to express vice-president.
S. Smith of Greensboro. Margaret D. Hopkins, Jr. and Miss Mary Me-thanks to Mr. Waldro nfor his talk 12:00-12:45 Round Tables. fund chairman; Mrs. Pierce S. Ellis Rory, and a niece Mrs. K Turnbffli, and his fine work. A. Officers and Their Problems. USE SECURITY 1uEEDS
of Tallahassee training school chair- all of Tallahassee. Leader, Mrs. Mdrle B. Mann, treasurer of the Florida Federation of Garman; Mrs. A. H. Edwards of Chatta- Attending the funeral were Mrs. DISTRICT GARDEN- den Clubs.hoochee. stewardship chairman; Mrs. George McRory, Mrs. J. D. Hopkins, (continued from page 4) B. How to Get Committees to Help your old hens through the molt
J. T. Diamond of Tallahassee, mis- Jr., Miss Mary McRory, Mrs. K. opportunity of hearing on the pro- Function. Leader, Mrs. M. J. Foley, more quickly and have them in good
sion study chairman; Mrs. Frank T. Turnbull, Ray C. Simpson, Judge and ortuity state bird chairman a1943-44. hav e m an
gram, such outstanding speakers as cotateo bird chairman 1943-44.-wite
Dunn of Tallahassee ,publicity chair- Mrs. J. B. Whitfield, Miss Mary Mrs. W. H. Covington, state president 1:U00-2-30 Luncheon (about 50c a lac din fo fea f
man; "Mrs. John Cook of M'onticello, Croom Whitfield, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan of Garden Clubs, and Mrs .:erle dying by feeding
white cross chairman; and Mrs. W. Whitfield, Miss Winnie Cobb, Miss Mann, state treasurer, as well plate). Speaker, Mrs P ad, SECURITY EGG MASH
~asm Tstton Ga.suer Toic Rose Garen
C. Tully of Tallahassee, children's Sara Burwell, Mrs. W. M. Norwood, Mrs. M. J. Foley, state bird chairman. Point the Way to Garden Club Work. home chairman. Mrs. Roy Spence, J. Douglas Hop- An added attraction to the program 245-3:15 Summary of day's work For Faster Growing and
Mrs. W. H. Rugley of Tallahassee kins, Sr. and Mrs. F. B. Matthews, will be the talk by Mrs. Pul Fulwood Plump Summary use
conducted the installation ceremony. of Tallahassee, Mr. and Mrs .Sydney of Tifton, Ga., one of the guest speak- Plump Broilers use
Mrs. J. E. Robinson of Havana wel- Coxetter, Mr. and .Mrs. George Den- ers. .o ... .... ... ... .i SECURITY CHICK RATION
coined the guests and Mrs. A. D. nis Coxetter and Mrs. Irving Buch of i I or
Mayo of Quincy sang "Beneath the Lloyd. Mrs. Fulwood is a past president j When our fighting men SECURITY BROILER RATION
Cross of Jesus." These words of Halleck come to of the Georgia Rose Society and a return are they going to be "
Miss Katherin6 Walker, Baptist mind:- member of the American Rose
Student Secretary at F.S.C.W. gave "Green be the turf above thee, ciety. She !has contributed manyr in- i compelled to PAYf for a I If your hogs are in the cornfield, balance their ration with
the morning devotional. Guest speak- Friend of my better days! teresting articles to various garden PERMIT TO WORK?
ers for the occasion were, Miss Eliza- None knew thee but to love thee, magazines, and has talked in most !SECURITY SWINE SUPPLEMENT
beth Provence, W.M.U. field worker. None named thee, but to praise." of Georgia and Alabama on roses, a Will they be FORCED to -a high protein and mineral feed formulated to balanee
of Jacksonville, whose subject was, -W. W. CARROLL. phase of gardening in which she is join a union and pay exor- your corn. 40 pounds Security Swine Supplement with
"Henceforth In Fields of Conquest," particularly interested. Ii her own
and Miss Alda Grayson, missionary garden in Tifton Georgia, she has bant initiation fees, dues your corn will produce 100 pounds of pork.
to China, whose subject was, "With (coILL nud C ) tle thousand roses. Every garden and assessments in order to See us for 5 Pound or 5 Tons of any brand Security Feeds
Deeds, of Love and Mercy." icninupp arou page 1) club member should avail herself of hold a job?
Dr. Hugh BrimLv pastor of the ticularly happy about the compara- this opportunity to hear Mrs. Ful- hFir P Always
Quincy Baptist church, gave the de- tive few losses suffered by his Squad- wood.
in the afternoon. A delicious ron, with victories running -better The Passage of the "Right- F. A JOHNSTON
cold plate lunch was served in the than four to one. On one mission Leading garden club members .to-Wok" Amendment No. J
city hall by members of the Havana seven planes in his Squadron shot from Foley, Lake City, Perry and on th e nall t No.
W.M.U. b m down seventeen Nazi planes without Tallahassee are planning to atterfd 5 on the ballot Nov,. 7th
The next associational meeting will loss and probably prevented a few this meeting and it is hoped that all j will prevent this evil. be held a the Provideft e Baptist destroyers being. sunk. Monticello Garden Club members and j
church in Gadsden county. Capt. Curtis has two brothers in friends will also be -present. "IT IS SIMPLE
the service. Private First Class Ar- The complete program is as folthur W. Curtis is serving with the lows: AMERICANISM" !
Service Column- Marines in the Pacific Theatre and 10:00-10:45 Registration
' CLieutenant Robert M. Curtis who re- 10.45-11:00 General Meeting, Dis- Vote for Amendment No. 5,
tired from active duty due to phy- trict Director 'rs. F. A. Brink, pre- Nov. 7th
(continued from page 1) sical disability after serving twenty- siding:
Hal Boyle, and A? writer, who went two months in the Pacific Theatre. Call to order by Distri t Direc tor into France 'with the division wrote a Director ............____ o
"I was with this spearheading force ___ ___and saw it erect its mobile wall of BOYS OVERSEAS- 7
steel to protect the American left ( fo pg1)
'flank. It pushed through regardless (continued from page 1)
of casualties -and met and rebuffed the Blue Circuit and 38 entertainers Sg_,_ MOR101.
numerous trapped Nazi tanks as well in 4 units on the new Purple Heart T- Army. A'
as engaging the batterd 2nd Panzer Circuit, said Chairman Carr. S" *
division, brought hurriedly over from 1 The Victory Circuit presents full-
the British frontier. size musicals, dramas and concerts at
"Another second armored division 640 Army posts and Naval stations You wips find yourself one of the best informed
colurfin carried cut a. mission on the n the United States having theatres persons in your community when you read The Christian .
Soluriin Rie oti isson sn t large enough to aesmhavn ther Science Monitor regularly. You willfind fresh, new viewpoints,
La Seinne River pocketing thousndslaccommodate them;a fuller, richer understanding of world affairs ... truthful, accurate, of Nazi foots0kliers. In a single day the Blue Circuit offers smaller coin- unbiased news. Write for sample copies today, or send for onethis Division took 1500 prisoners, panies at 1165 Army and Navy in- month trial subscription.
The tankers had a rush call to back staliations with limited theatre facilstop forces defending Carentan i tiers, and sometimes none at all r -s-mh Chita Scinc Pulshn -ok
stop ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ whr pocsdfnig Crna t erf ormetimes noe, at fll \ One, r~lncceeulsig~kNorway Street, Boston p5, rfiass. ainta unxetd ernn t-wreerranear ivnfmI[[Peseed r apoopeo he -- e...edao-mthralusrp-| [
against'an unexpected Germnan at- whr efrmne r gvnfo Please sed~f sape. opi e Bos o he Pleas en a one-month trial subscriptack. The division sent oer- all the trucks or make-shift stages, while I christian science Monitor including a DJtion to The Christian Science Monitor. I
tanks it could rustle up and when the Purple Heart Circdit provides copy of your Weekly Magazine Section. for which I enclose .......
thek shotin ened therle weeuospia netimeti ad and whe NAME---------------------------------------------------------------------I
the shooting ended- there were 800 special entertainment in wards and ADDRESS ---------------------------------------------------------------dead Nazis, and the Hell on Wheel auditcriums of allgeneral and con- L.-- -
tankmen returned' with eight prison- valescent hospitals in the United
ers. 'Too many prisoners, their com- States, Chairman Carr explained.
roander told them with a grin. 'I told, Part of the funds collected by The
you boys to stay in there and slug Florida War Fund Campaign are alit out'." located to the National War Fund to TAMgS E E K -fl'l
V_ help support USO-Camp Shows, said " I...R u" rn
Prof. and Mrs. W. J. Bullock have Chairman Carr. -E
received a letter from their son, Billy
written in Holland. Billy, wht? is a HEALTH NOTES- SrYi rich in undecorporal in an Army Engineering (continued from page 1)IIeLORID is Itsivat rist trade
very busy these days and do not have three days. Recovery will bt quicker, is but one part of what is sure to become
opportunities to write very often. complications fewer. This would dc a balanced prospect of greatly expanded&
"I'm having to scribble in a hurry," much to prevent further spread. manufacture and transportation, of wealth crehe says. "I have been in France and Good personal hygiene will help m
am now in Holland. Don't worry if to prevent colds. Avoid contact with ating agriculture and cattle raising.
you don't hear from me because it is persons who have colds and with
hard to write often. I am getting objects the yha~re used. The coh'- Florida's post-war expansion in glass, plastics,
along OKay and like the country over mon drinking cup, towels ,toys, pen- en a ionl* Uldcseis-t al e-- ~
here." -cils, fingers, food may'carry the virt's ~ l f'll ameand osmetic-to neay w-c ber
--v -of colds. ~ iI U I Amaspurhed r on lyopean -whic wre inlon thHENRY W. MCRORY- ~It is best to call the doctor. Mean- asps hi eeomn.W r no h
HNYW CO --while the patient mfay have an abun- grOunld floor we must act and plan now.
- (continued from page 1) dance of liquids fruit juices, a light -FoiaPwr&LgtCmayofr h o
filled. He was a unique personality, di t and baking soda. ,' Forao Powe ight Coman offtai e rs cnuthet o
Godind deonstn an in vincbl fible AiNnCOLHA~,H prto fissafoftandcnutnst
holdin, an ntinmianincble h CHOL EAnH the communities it serves. Call on them an1y tiwe"
optimism in his belief that God would The pupils pf the Lament school not fail to redeem and establish His" were weighed, measured and examworld in righteousness. reed on Tuesday.4
His keen wit was kindly, not bit- ."-=
ing. People loved this man, who kept -The annual hookworm survey is al- l] PO GRI C@IlP3N
Winter is Coming SERVINs MO THN30 LRIACT
Are you prepared for warmth and comfort ? \\Y~ aUIC+ llfK AN EA5Y\. .
BRAS WELL offers- N % O E;''E/ m
NICE LEATHER JACKETS-or Meltons if you prefer- :
for both men and boys.- Nain ly4
SWEATERtS-vool, cotton or mixtures. Good styles for F amous rati ndsl
all- the family. A: ] ;.
WOMEN'S WINTER' COAT[S and JACKETS-nice styles Advertised Bad
., good quality. \ ,h,"
-MEN'S FLEECY OUTiNG PAJAMASL-and long un+der- The "BIG 2" at HOT PRICES,,+
wear for everybody. -+
GOOD WAR~M COVERS--Blankets and comforts Post Toasties or Kellogg's Corn .:
WINTER PIECE GC~DD.--Woolens and Outing. FLKS6-oz
And don't forget we cc~n take care of your needs in boxes ,', :o'",,J',:o':':o
Shoes and Work Clothing eas.................................... "LOP'4U5
1T. S. B R AS W EL vuR.TCSSLESS" 29 More Popular Dran d, On Safe!
' 5

THE JEFFERSONIAN is the fact that two former school have their hands full. The game on each Tuesday night from now on. and participated, was grand from bemen here are now associated with the should be a good one and many fans members of the Men's Wesley Bible Parents are also urged to get their ginning to end.
Tallahassee school and will be on are .expected to attend. Class of the Monticello Methodist Parents are also urged to get theirA. W. Bowles, Pastor of
Monticello Tigers Claw. hand for the occasion. They are Mr. Church: boys to join the Scouts. This is Bthe (Iel A.M.E. Church.
aT_.Tahasecoondwlbo"_r__xete"_oated BSe d)e A.E. Church. Pator
. L. Jones former principal here and ______________________That we have suffered a great loss best boys' organization in America. E. L. Jones former principal hhere and Thath e ave sur rethough Board of Review will be held the
Madison Bulldogs Coach Riser, former coach at Monti- Rs ti of s in the passing of our brother, though second Tuesday in eac th NEGRO CHURCH REPORT
cello High. The time for the gawe feel that the Kingdom of God has second Tuesday in each month. cello High. The time for the game Resoluilons of Respect wfeltathKigo ofGdas CutfHnrwllbhld4ims Mt. Pleasant A.M.E. Station,, and
has been moved up to 8:15 notwith experienced a great gain Court of Honor will be held 4 times t. Pleasant A.M.E. Station, and
has been moved up to 8:15 notwith- T t we commend his spirit to God a year. its 75 members, have made report
The Tigers from Monticello High standing all other advertisements to hat we commend his sprit to God for the year to Presiding Elder T. B.
clAwed the Madison team all over the the contrary, of 8:30. All. fans are Our Heavenly Father, in His in- as a believer in Christ and a faithful At Scout meeting Tuesday night, r a ato T E T
field in the second half of their game urged to come early so as to avoid finite wisdom, has called Brother worker. tck Simpson was passed from Ten- Cart and Pastor T. E. Yant. This
in Madison last Friday, but were un- the rush and to get the best possible Charles T. Carroll for service in His That for his family and loved ones derfoot to Second Class court by station outstripped the entire district
able to push across a score though seating location Heavenly Kingdom. we pray that God will be close to Julius Goldberg, Scoutmaster. aceorsiding to membership. After the
they penetrated deep into Madison seatingThough we mourn his passing, yet them, comfort them and draw them Cleo Richter, assistant Scoutmas- presiding elder had passed on all reteGritory on two occasions. we fare resigned to God's will. even closer to Him. ter, was present and plans were laid ports for the last quarterly corerThee Madso teamrt pushedd hard rIt
The Madison team pushed hard Football Team Goes to We feel less able to arry on God's That a copy 9f these resolutions be for a Scout basketball team. ence the reports carried enough tips
early in the game and nearly was work on earth without him, but we spread on the minutes of the Wesley -Loren Reichert, Scout Reporter. to pay the $18.00 due for the quarter.
T~1L ThisIn other words,, the church owed the able to push across a score, but a Pelham This Friday know that Brother Charlie's work Bible Class, a copy be sent to The Presiding Elder $72.00 and -paid him
fighting Tiger line stemmed their will live on to help, and we have faith Monticello News for publication, and Local Girl $108.00. The presiding elder raised
bid. The Tigers really showed their I moeqthird copy be sent to his family. Lo a GilS r e
bid. The Tigers really showed theirfense Our Tigers will take time out from that Goq will always provide more a ir copy be sent to his family. r $8.00 for the sick and poor of the
capabilities in the airtight defense their conference wars this week to faithful people who will seek to do WILLIAM J. BULLOCH College church. (Signed) M. E. Groover, rewhich they put up against the vaunt- visit the neighboring state of Geor- His will. Appointed to draw these resolutions, porter.
e4 Madison passing attack. Mad- visit the neighboring state of Geor- His will. -t
ed Madison passing attack. a- gia where they will meet a foe who Brother Carroll was strong in the C (Special to The News) Oct. 19.
ison ompleed ony twoof nwillt WELL-KNOWN NEGRO' MAN
I pson co upleted only two o n ieo has been played rather unsuccessful- faith and was a friend of mankind. SCOut Activii s Mary Shelley Carr, of Monticello, w i WELL-KNOWN NEGRO MAN
mp two n theept air. both by Pos- ly for the past three years. Last He gave unstintingly of his time and act as chairman of the sorority com-DIES AT HIS HOME HERE
made two interceptions both by Pos- yertePla emrn vrortlnstwrsGdswr;adhsact as chairman of the sorority com- DE T HSH M E E
su Baley, of Madison forwards. year the Pelham team ran ver our talents towards God's work; and his At a meeting of Troop 801, Monti- mittee for Religious Emphasis Week, June Anderson, well-known and
Sonny Noegel almost caught on Tigers by a score of 33-0. This year beautiful singing helped to cheer cello Boy Scouts, held in the court slated for Oct. 17-20 at Florida State respected colored citizen of Montiblocked pass in the end zone which the Tigers are determined to improve many-along the pathways of life. He room of the county court house Tues- College for Women, it was revealed' cello, died at his home here last week.
wold have meant a tohdown; how- that record considerably. The Pel- was especially faithful to the Mon- day night, October 17th, only ten today as full, personnel for arrange- June had Served in many capacities
hamul tave mean an touchdown; how-ow tie te d
ever the ball just barely escaped him. ham team is an absolutely unknown ticelto Methodist Church, attending j members were present, due to the merits was announced by Mrs. Sarah around town and had always done his vTlr tally i first downs again favor- quantity. Pelham consistently pro- all services, when possible, and help- poor notification system. Clark Bullen, Episcopal ,student sec- work faithfully and well, and worked
ed the Tigers who oduces one of the Oest ball teams in ing in any way that he could. Parents are urged to remind their retary and president of the Religious for the beterment of his people. The
South Georgia, so the Tigers should
Mdson by nine first downs to h south Georgia, so the Tigers should Therefore, be it resolved by the boys that Scout meetings will be held Workers' Council, sponsoring organ- following card of thanks from his
:Madison by nine first downs to eight iainfrteana cain0
for Madison. A large crowd of fans ization for the annual occasion family expresses their appreciation
were Also announced today ws the full for kindnesses shown them.
S we se on hand to see a the first time rIcE OF ELECTION ninth (39th and Forty-first (41sti Dis- That the following amendment of See-Also announced today ws the full for kindnesses shown them.
tit Madison las ot beaten- the As the Legislature at 1943 tricts shall be elected for a term of tion 24 -of Article III of the Consti- program for Religious Emphasis CARD OF THANKS
Tigers in the past four years. 'Ihe r the Co~ation o 15. o the four ear and the Senator from the tution i .the State of Florida, r elating Week, which includes four main ad- With sentiments of deep gratitude
-te of lorida did nass 10 Joint Reso- Fortieth (40th) District elected for a to uniform county and municipal 9We-e wi inclues fo ST ad Wit enti e s o itue
Tigers feel justly proud of them- 'tion, orooosing amendments to the term of two years from the time of ernent and the classification of dresses by Dr. Reuel L. Howe, STD, we desire to express our sincere
setis action the the Generar Election of 1944, and there- cities and towns, be, and the same is,
selves because of their moral victory 'onstlttion of the State of Florida. and after said Senators shall be elected for hereby agreed to and shall be sub- professor of pastoral theology at the thanks to our many white and colors tAerne were agreed to by vote of term of four years except in case of mitted to the electors of the State Virginia Theological Seminary in Al- ed friends for the kindness and symin holding the strong Madison team 'hree*'-Ffthl of all, the members elected vacancy in office. of Florida at the General Election of
to, a scoreless tie. Robert Green led o each house. that the votes on said Filed min office Secretary of State Representatives to be held in 1944 exandria, as well as numerous, special pathy shown toward us during the
Defensive depJoint Resolution were' entered upon June 14. 1943. for approval or rejection that is to assemblies and student and faculty hours of our sad bereavement susthe defensiVe department for the Tig- their respective Journals. with the seas say that Section 24 of Article IlI of
n -lav thereon and they d d ee ,
ers making countless numbers of me an dre th he id t A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing to the Constittition of the State of Flor- forums. The main addresses are tained in the loss of our dearly beAmend Section 21 of Article V of the ida be amended so as to read as f61tackles. Bailey and Floyd were the restutons be submitted to the electors onstitution of the State of Florida Re- lows: open to the public. The opening ad- loved father.
boys who blocked the way clear for ov~ mber tate the General Election in lating to Justice Districts -and Justices Section 24. The Ligislature shall dress "God Meets Man in the 'I' and -The family of the late. W. J.
the ball carriers, Friday night. Son- OW THEREFORE. I, R. A. RAY, f the Peace. establish a uniform system o county 'Thou' will be broadcast over WTAL Anderson.
Secretary of State of the State of Florida. BE IT RESOLVED a rH LEGIS- and municipal government, which shall
ny Noegel and Bill- Anderson also "h'ereby live notice that a LATURE OF THE STATE 01 FLORIDA: be applicable, except in cases where at 2:15 on Tuesday, Oct. 17, from
" GENERAL ELECTION That the following amendments to Sec- local or special laws are provided. or
played a whale of a ball game de- will Oe eld n each county in Florida tion 21 of Article V of the Constitu- may hereafter be provided, by the Leg- Westcott auditorium, where students Subscribe to
feIsively. on Tuesday next succeeding the first tion of the State of Florida be and islature that may be inconsistent there- will assemble in convention at 2:00
dondav in November. A. D. 1 the oe Is hereby agreed to, and there- The M onticello News
Clarence Walker again led the at- -d Tueda being the same shall be submitted to the quai- Filed in office. Secretary of State )'clock.O i ell 'N WS
tek of the Tigers by leading the o E VENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER fled electors at the general election in Jund 10. 1943. "God Meets Man" is the theme of
ot the ratification or rejection of the 1944 for ratification or rejection.
groundgaining with 42 yards from aid Joint Resolutions proposing amend- "Section 21. There shall be not more A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing to Religious Emphasis Week, which was NOTICE OF ELECTION
scrimage. Bill Andrson ran a nents to the Constitution of the state than five Justice Districts in each Amend Section Six and Section Seven founded in 1932 to meet the need
sci g. Bl Florida viz* county, and there shall be elected one of Article XVIII of the Constitution. of
closesecondwith39 yards frim scritr- Justice of the Peace for each Justice the State of Florida Relating to the and desire of students at Florida To the Sherff of Jefferson County,
mage. The game was cleanly played. 1 JOIN RESOLUTION ProDosing t istrict who shall hold office for four Term of Office of Persons Appointed iof the State of Florida:"
Amage. The gandment of Section 1 of Articl the years. Existing Justice Districts are or Elected to Fill Vacancies in Elec- State College for spiritual guidance f t n Ta I Ri A. Gray
The officiating was good and every- te onstitution of Florida Relating hereby recognized, but the Legislature tive Offices Under Said Constitution. and advice. The event is non-denom- Secretary of State of the State of
one enjoyed the contest. lo 1iaxation. may. by special Act, from time to time, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLA- national and is sponsored by the Re- ca e e o th at
Bone enjoyed the contest. a fT RESOLVED S riE GIS- change the boundaries of any such Dis- TURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: national and is sponsored by the Re- Florida do hereby give notice that a
Our band played at the halftime ATUR OF TIE STATE OF FLORIDA: no thereafter established, and That the following amendment to See- ligious Workers' Council, an FSCW GENERAL ELECTION
chaa the folowin amendment to ee- may establish new or abolish any such tion 6 and Section 7 of Article XV1II and intermittently during the game. t the loo ricn amendeConst tut n District now or hereafter existing," of the Constituin of the State of campus group composed of the will be held in Jefferson County,
Their display at the half reflected Flori)ida relating to taxation be anti Proeds however that any s u c h Florida be and the same/ is hereby church secretaries on campus, the State of Florida, or. Tuesday next
Ssame 'a nerebv agreed to and shall changes shall be submitted to the agreed to.'and the sarn 'hall ae sub- succeeding thbe first Moiday in Novmuch credit upon our school. The itte to he eeetr of the Stat people o any county so affected, by mited the qualified -ctors of the Tallahassee ministers of all denomin- emer, A. D. 1944, the said Tuesday
Madison High School Drill Team also lorida for rtification or rejecting referendum at the next ensuing general State of Floria for ratification or re- ations, several college faculty mem- e g T Seve 4 th Day of November
"r', next General Wletis to he held et on. Ejection at the next ensuing general elec- m- Ing the Seventh Day of November
put on a halftime performance. e i. as follows. June 1943. osay hat Setons bers, and a student representative For United States Senator from the
putt ThePb Legislature hail pro. n : Article XVIII of the Con_ 'or a niform and equal rate of stitution of the State of Florida. be from each church. otate of Florida, for six years from
NB,- n t that it may oroy de A JOINT RESOLUrION Proposing an amended to read as follows: Jan. 3, 1945.
Next W eek Leon Band eiat" c"" thath iC nmaygeO provide Con- Jan.onia 3, 1945.
..... se la"ate or rates on intangible Amendmen o Article V o the to- "Section 6" Thefterm o office or., ,,, For Eight (8) Presidential Electors.
o "ncrtv but such soecini rate or rates stitution of Florida by adding the eoall, appointees to fill vacancies in any N g~ ~r rn r o
"nl nnt exceed two mills on the dol- an Additional ection Relating to te of the elective offices under this Con- For Representative of the Third
AndFt ball T eto ils heo- Election of State Attorneys; Judges, of steuteon shall extend only to the forh i
. he eed valuation o s ution shall extend only Congressionail District of..the State
nd em he asessed rvion. oh as Criminal C of Record and County Tueday after the first onda IExhibit anv obligationerts oroved thaby mot Solicithrs exceptt the Judge and So January next after the t Annual Exhibit of Florida, in the Seventy-ninth
TO A p Here"oee e od of trust, or other lien, the licitor of* the Court of Record pf Es- J a of ate tuces toran
TO A pa here ea r may ores be an ntan camba Cou ty. anrd Prov iding f alification of a successor. Congress of the United States.
isare prescribe an t ing Vcances in any of such Offices Setion In a cases of elect For Governor of the State of Flor'l on the dnolar hchall he Priorto2h after the fill vacancies in office such election
ilc x o n the dollar.norhichthan ll be Prior to the First Tuesday after the hall be for that part of the unored Theannualnegrofarmersmeeting ida.
osalea tetiesuhmot~ First Monday In January, 1949. by Ap term commencing on the first Tuesdav 'rSYea
On ~riday night next week the nvabre at the time such mortgage. rstmMnda by eGrA term comrnencin on the first Tue da of Jefferson county was held Thurs- For Secretary of State of the State
deed of trust or other lien is ore- after the first IMonday in Januarv next
Leon High'SchooI of' Tallahassee will ented for recordation. said tax to be firmnation by the Senate. after such election" day, October 12th, at St. Rilla comn- of Florida.
bring thir' football te and their "te of ll other intangible assess- BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS- Filed in office Secretary of State Lloyd. The For Attorney General of the State
n entg on such' obligations. The special LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: June 12. 1943. 4 miles east of The
big baid here to put on a big per- rate or rates, or the taxes collected That Article V of the Constitution of meeting was under the supervision of For Comptroller of the State or
forml~e. Our fo'tb'al tem' aad' therefrom. may be apportioned, by the the State of Florida be amended by .ueit
formal. Our .football team and egislature and shall be exclusive of addin thereto an additional section A JOINT RESOLUTION Pronosig to the local negro county agent, M. E. Florida.
our oNn b and will also attempt to nl other State. County. District and to be known as Section 47 of said Ar- Amend Section 5. Article VI of the Fo Treasrer of the State of Flr
municipal taxes, and shall prescribe ticle, relating to the election of State Constitution of the' State of Florida Groover. For Treasvrer of the Stat of F1or
match stridbs with the big. Tallahas- chu regulations as shall secure a' lust Attorneys, Judges of Criminal Courts relating to County Commissioners. A large exhibit of farm products ida.
see school. This date of Octob'i" 27 a~luation of all property, both real of Record and County Solioitors (ex- BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS. A large exhibit of farm products ida.
'Octber 7 cuFor Superintendent of ,Public Innsee school. his date of personal. excepting such property cept the Judge ad Solicir of the LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA was displayed, and at the meeting s ructin of the Stae of Florida.
should be ail irtportant one> oI our a5 may be exemoted by law for mu- Court of Record of Escambia County) That Section of' Article VIII of man discussions were carried thru rC ion e of lr
schedule it ,ill, undoubtedly be nicinal education, literary, selentific, and the same is hereby agreed to. and the Constitttion of the State of Flor- many discussions were carried th For Comissioner of Agriculture
schedule at i iu b religious or charitable purposes. shall be submitted to the electors of ida. relating to County Commissioners relative to farm crops. Plans were of the State of F1prda
one of thbiggOst entertainmenits of- Anroved by the Governor May 20. the State of Florida for ratification or be and the same Is grhereby amended-. of the Su1941'i d rejection' at the General Election to and as amended is agreed to and shall set for another year. For Two (2) Justices of the Sufered in our cOimulity this year. Filed in Office Secretary of State be held on the first Tu day after the be submitted to the electors of the A delicious dinner was served to preme Court of the State of Florida.
ntto many fisher May 20 1943, first Monday in Novembili 1944. as fol- State of Florida at the general elecOf natural' st to many fans here lows: tion of Representatives to be held in t4le entire group of farmers and For One (1) Railroad Commission" ASection 47. State Attorneys, Judges 1944 for approval or rejection. That o er of the State of Florida.
SaAeA JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing of the Criminal Courts of Record and Section 5, of Article VIII as amended other persons attending the meeting or One member of theHouse Of
LIVE STO4 AUGTION SAE- Ahmen t to Article ,o t Section County Solicitors (except the Judge .and shallread as follows: who were not farmers. This marks Representatives of the State of
AEof the Constitution of 'the Statei of S'tor of the Court of Record of "Section 5. There shall be one YOUR HOGS Florida. Relative to Census and Appor- Escambia County) shall hereafter be County Commissioner in each of the the 20th annual meeting of its kind Florida.
tionment. by Amending Section 3 of elected by the qualified electors of their five County Commissioner's districts ih the county. A fine sermon preach-' For County Judge. AND CATTLE TO said Article so as to Designate Osceola respective judicial circuits or counties in each county, which districts shall
and Okeechobee Counties as a Sena- as other State and County officials are be numbered one to five inclusire. and ed by Rev. T. Leonard gave the meet- For Sheriff. toral District. Designate B r w a r d elected, shall be as nearly as possible equal a thrill that will be long remem- For Clerk of the Circuit Court.
14ON-TICELLO STOCK YARD County as a Senatorial District and "h in proportion to population The For Prosecuting Attorney, County
Deigae ahonan Gl Cutis The first election of State Attorneys,BorofCutCmisonsinhe bed
Auction every Monday, and get ap a Senatorial District. Judges of Criminal Courts of Record Board of County Commissioners in the bered
Auctionevmer M and e BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGIS- and County Solicitors (except the Judge respective counties shall from times I saw, heard ot
ih maeATR OF T STATE OF FLORIDA: and Solicitor of the Court of Record time fix the boundaries of such dis. The whole affair as I saw, heard For County Assessor of Taxes.
highest market pr ices. L.le 1ATVRE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: anofcmiao COuntshal beo hldra tricts. Said Coiu nt y Commissioners F T olc
starts 2 Monticello 0ck Tha the following amendment to See- of Escanmba County) shall be held at shall be elected by the qualified eleet For Tax Collector.
SitartS 29*m M onieloSok tion 3 of Article 7 of the Constitution the General Election in 1948 to take ors of said county by a the quaifie d For County Superintendent of PubYards, J. -M. H-awkiis, Mgxof the Statoflridarelativetocn- office the ast Tuesday after the first ors of said county at'the time and
Yards. J. M. Hawkis, Mgr of the St pon For esgati oen- Monday in January, 1949. for a term of place of voting for other county of- T legislature shah at the Leg- ic Instructo.
______ -____ _C_ cuo and aPno-tonrent designating Os- h ficers. and shall hold office for four Islative Se on of 1945, and from time For Five County Commissioners.
0ceola and Okeechobee Counties as the four years. years, Prbvided. that the County Corn- nto time thereafter enact laws specifythirty-ninth (39) Senatorial District "The term of tenure of office of any missioners elected from the even num- t theo er t d and For One Member of the County
Broward County as the fortieth (40) one heretofore cs hereafter appointed bred districts in 1944 shall serve for Senatorial District, and Calhoun and to any of the offices herein mentioned two ears, those elected in 1944 from compensation of County Tax Collector Board of Public Instruction. Gulf 'Counties as the forty-first (41) shall not be extended hereby. Any the odd numbered districts shall serve deignd i aaph like tis cid For Justice of the Peace in and for Senatorial District. be and the same is vacancy in any of such offices Prior for on 1 and shall likewise provide for
Sr -e o b -- e cA i nloubyers, an dthe after tP oeus the coetion, care, custody, reporting the following Justice Districts, viz.:
R to the electors of Florida for ratification Monday in Jatuary 1949, shall b6 filled that Section II of Article VIII of this
I -herbyagredto ndshal e sbmtte t sad irs Tesdy fte te fi'tshall etfor f2our Ars:leI Pov is anc dibseent of all tastes collected io. 5, No. 11, No. 9.
or- rejection at the General Election to by appointment by the GovernOr and Constitution shall not be affectell by the County Tax Collector. ) For Constable in and for the folbe held on the first Tuesday after the confirmation by the Senate as here- hereby." Flied in office Secretary of State Just District N
" T first Monday in November. 1944. as fol- tofore provided by the C6nstitutibn but' Filed in office Secretary of State' Jtune 14, 1943. Now~ng ice s viz.: 0. 5,
TR1EM'9ER l T ~ d ows: in no case for any longer than until Mway 21, 1943. -ah ves.c..t in comnance. with said Nor 8, No.' 9, No. 11.
"Section 3. The Legislatre that the first Tuesday after the firW Mon- ...... proposed amendments, and the canvass; L. S. In Testimony Whereof, I
Loalad: org ~stne shall meet in regular session, A. D.~ day in January, 1949. -- declarati.ns end returns thereoft, shale
L l L g t1955. and those that shall meet ever y au roviO1 o the Constitution A JOJl4'1 RESOLUTION Pr ,bjectd to the same regulations as are have hereunto set my hand
Opela., a byc!t law for general elections in and affixed the Great Seal Of
S. C., Tenns, and.Miss. thc representation in the Senate. and peeled." s titution of the State of Florida Rela- OFthe State of Florda, at TalS' Ten nd hall provide for forty-one (41) Sea-ed in office Secretary of State tive to Assessment of Property F Di[ TE sTrZMoN WHE.RE y OF.aaseteCpiati
qtorial Districts, such Districts to be as Taxes and the Collection of Taxes o I have hereunto setm
nearly equal in population as practl- Adding Thereto Additional Sections to hand and affixed the Great the twenty-fftiT day 'of AugEvery Load Insured cable, but no County shall be divided A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an Provide that in the County of Hillis. i(l) Seal of the State of Florida, ust A. D. 1944
in making such apportionment, and' Amendment to Sectiory 12 of the Dee- borough. State of Florida. the County at Tallahassee, the Capital,
Office Phone 1099 each District shall have one Senator: laration of. Rights in the Conditutlion Tax ,Assessor Shall Assess the Prn orty this the 3rd day of July. R. A. GRAY,
Residence Phone' 2029 Provided that Osceola and Okeechobee' of the State of Florida, Relating to of the County for the Purpose of Levy' A. D. 1944. Secretary of State.
New Warehouse 633 W. Gaines counties, Florida. shall constitute the' Double Jeopardy, Sel-Icrdmination, ins State. County School and Munici- R. A. GRAY, Serary of State.
Tallahassee, Fla. ,- Thirty-ninth (39th) Seatorial District, Due Process of Law, and the ,Taking pal Taxes Levied by the State Coutnty Seretagy of state. o Hon. A. Grant, Sheriff JefferTallahassee,_Fa.Buroward County Florida shall con- of Private Proverty Withoue Rut Com e County School Board. School Districts. SO1 COUnlty.
% ~ o .; stitute the Fortieth (40thl Senatorial sensation, by Providing the Right of Special Tax School District.s and MuDistrict. and Calhoun and Gulf Coun- Persons to Work Shall Not Be Denied nicipalities of the Counth"=_ .... .ns .msse ties. Florida, shall constitute the' or Abridged .on Account of Member- BE IT RESOLVED BY CHIL L,EG:s
a* Forty-first (41st) Senatorial District;' ship or Non-Membership' in any Labor LATURE OF THE STATE OF I'LORIDA:t I
-' and: at the same time, the Legisla"' Union, or Labor Organization; and Pro- That the following Amendment to Ar- m
The "Right-to-Work" ai shall also appoon the re rtevidin e he ts plo tite VIII of the Constitution of the 0171 w r I t.y JM s
Amendment tives, and shall rllow three (3) Repre served, meant and Collection of all taxes in the
nsentatives to each of the five most poPu- BE IT RESOLVED BY TE 'LEGI. County of Hilsborough. State of Florida.
lous counties, and two. (2) Repre-' EI EOVE Ytle
ose untaties, ea f the nt eeren LTUlE OF THE STATE O FLORIDA: by adding thereto additional sections DOES NOT entatves to eac of the next eighten That the following amendment to the to be known as Section 11 and See- *s',A-,as
PoRepresentative of each of the remain- Constitution of the State of Florlda, tion 12, be and the same is hereby Amencas
Prevent a person jill ing epresttiese of th State mat teSeon 12 of the Declaration ot Rights agreed to and shalt be submitted to the
union.,' time of such apportionment, Should of saidt Constiutklo be and th~e sam Electors of the .,tate of Flortia fornl hthe Legislature fail to apportion the hereby agreed to, and the sme shal atifniatio bre reedtin at the gbrrryFin
*it~~~ii the ~representation in the Senate and in be submitted to. the qualifiedt elet lcint ehedo Ii is ue-H c lb ry Fn
theerereo Representati t esat an aors of the State of Florida for ratif- day after the first Monday I., N "' o
to sh d. the House of Representties, at aty cation or rejection at the next ensuing bar 1944, as follows'
regular session of the Legislature at General Eletiti, that is tosay, that Section 11. 1. -From and after Januit shall be the duty of the Legisla- Section 12 of the Declaration o Rights ary 1. 1946. the County Tax Assessor About thebest-readbooksinour let tolerance become indifferP rohibit collective batr- tore or Legislatures succeeding such f the Constitution of the State of in the County of ittlsborough, State tw
Prohibitrcollctivebriuar sen o the Legisture Fl e and o o erad of Florida, shall assess all property sor t nare the orks of Mark ence, never let freedom become
gaining. either in Special or Regular session, to follows: all State, County. School. and Munici- Twain-who wrote Tom Sawyer license."
apportion the representation in the "*Section 12. NO person shall be sub- pal taxes to be levied in the County T DOES senate and in the house of Repr- ect to be twco put in epardy for bythe State Countys. ContySchoo aid Huck Finn and all those Fromwhere I sit, that's timely
sentatives, as herein provided. The the same ofense, nor compelled n any brSchool Districts Scial T
Oulwte"Ooe hpicnseahheao r islf oeState Censusd' whichever shall have himself, nor be deprived of life, lib- 2. The Legislature shall at the Legis- And"Ithinkgrt'srlecauseahe'stolethernitiappliesnto.i
I uaratees mploymnt to- beentakennearet any pportonmentartyorsprperty ithou4duenpocessoativiSessin ind94I anhfromtimeso beAnausthnkeit' becaseehesiwheterlitapplie to teternee pso slssadnnofRepresentatives in the Senate and of law: nor sall private poerty be time thereafter, enact laws specifying tems mrcno l u toapltco omnsih
r em l on the house of Representatives sha taken without Just compensa on. the powers, futions, duties ando the most American of all our tonal politics, or to a man's right
evy union a control In making such apportion- right of persons to work sl not be pensation of County Tax Assessor. des- writers. He understood his fel- to enjoy a friendly glass of beer *
meant in thee event the Legislature denied or abridged on account of mei- tnated in paragraph 1 of is Section OW men-and loved them as he occasionally.
I Specifically protects tll shall-fail to reapportion the represent- bership or nosi-mnesbesiship In any I1. and shall likewise, provide by lawlo me-adoedt mash ocsinly
right of employees to bar- tion in the Legislature as required by labor union, or labor organization: pro- for the extension on the assessment loved all humanity. For tolerance-respect for the
o-1 this amendment before its adjourn- vided. that this clause shall not be con- roll of the County Tax Assessor of all
gain collectively. meant (and such extraordinary session strued to deny or abridge the right of taxes levied by the State, County, YOu may remember what he other fellow's rights-is imporIso called for reapportionment shall not employees by and through a labor or-I County School Board. School Districts
be limited to expire at thae end of ganization or labor union to bargain col* Special Tax School District' and Mu- said of Tolerance and Freedom tant not just in the big things,
* "IT IS SI' twenty days or at all, until reap- lecively with their employer." ilpialitles- toes ai oor u nteltl ua
" IIS SM portionment ts effected, and shall con- Filed n office Secretary of State Section 12. 1. From and after Janu- -those principles so'basic to our but in the little human everyday
S ERI ANISM" sider no business other than such May 8, 1943. ary 1. 1946, the County Tax Collector wayoflife. MarkTwainbelieved things, too. f
A lHe ppoti on t)nt *." in the County of Hillsborough State of
Should this amendment De ratified A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an Florida, shall collect all taxes levied in ilthem, of course. He fought for Vot- for Amendment No. 5, m the General Election in 1944. special Amendment to Section 24 of Article the County by the State, County. them. But he cautioned: "Never
elections shall be called within ninety III of the Constitution of the State of County School Board, School Districts, Nov. 7th -i,'ys thereafter for the election of Sen- Florila, Relating to Uniform County ISpecial Tax School Districts and Mu"-. ators in the Thirty-ninth (39th), and Municipal Government and the Lnicipalities. No, 99 of a Series Copyright, 1944, Brewing Industry Foundatiot
~omm u mou omouemeo~me 1Fortieth 140thr, and Forty-first ,41st) Classification of Cities and Towns *
Senatorial Districts. n such spe' BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISelections the Senators in the Tht3t ',AT(JRE 0F THE STATE OF FLORIDA

W kha SPEAKER IN FOLEY htmus. This saves time and moriey ris, Clerk.
-. -.. .. and in the long run saves the plants Preein t No. 8
'A" .. Mrs. F. A. Brink spoke to the Lan- suffering for want of water. C. A. Waler Charlie Brok, Isha
S. o tana Garden eluh in Foley, Fla., The circle agreed t cooperate with Bishop, Inspectors and W. A. Dutton,
Social A activities Moiss f e ware Fd ro : t Wednesday afternoon. Her subject Mrs. F. A. Brink, Garden es- Clerk. Prec
home for the wee kend fro mTrenton was "Spiritual Values in Gardep Club ident, in the program of 'Warservic- B. Tn.o Goo
where she is teaching. Work." Represkntatives from this es," such as donating toward potted Hudson, Ipect' a
club will attend the meeting on Ties- Christi plants for .le .Mabry Clerk Mrs Ethel Carter spent Thursday Mrs R. Colson of Waukeenah was Mrs. R. L. Hghtower and Mrs. day of District II, of which Mrs. hospital and flower containers for PrecinctN 10
in Tallahassee visiting her sister. a recent business visitor here Hale were visitors in Jackonville for Brink is director. Finney General Hospital. C. L. McClella Barne sbee, J.
aew days is week. After the meeting delicious sand R. Robe tsyl-nqcr,and J. R.
Mrs. C. B. VanCleef spent the week Roy Hutchinson of Tallahasee was ..RRD OF THANKS riches, fruit cake, potato chips and Cooksey Sr.,' rk.
end in Gainesville. a visitor here on Wednesday. and Mrs. Bill Colson of Talla-_ coffee were served by the he stresses. Precinct $Nov 11
haspee, visited the former's parents, We wish to express our sincere John AlFred A. Mahan was a business. Mr and Mrs. W. T. Colson, SundraG lbert Connell, inspectors and E. H.
visitor in Griffin arid other points in Bailey, Jr., ad Miss Mary Martir their ny acts of kindness and exGeri thi Bwshop Mr.~ a.B nd Mrs .. Charles, Mclend~.'nt~ u~finso et~ erE
Georgia this:week. were visitors in Thoiasville Tuesday. Mr. ad Mrs. Chales M. Melellanressions of sympathy in our be- I St. Augustine, Fla. -St. Johns Lim en e Bsa12
and two younger sons were winner reavement. County home deImonstration club Limo Poppell, Susie Bradsha
P BGa:etaI:s>,etrs:n r
Mr. and Mrs. James Cooksey have Vitss Pose Tayke d ir C guests 6f Mrs. Wobten last Sunda MRS. L. G MAN members are making 250 kit bags for H.N Ire inspectors and Mrs. Ollie
moved into their new home on West Tomlinson ofLloyd were recent visit- AR ORIE NORMA1 the armed forces, according to Miss k.
Washington street. ors iirn boticeo. wrs. Philis of Da las been.a Aia Heist,, home agent. A Chairman rd o Co.utE SmA
.r.. recnt g'uest at the home of her 'missioners JeiTerson County, Florida
Mrs. William Sc uggs Jr., has r- Mrs. Walter Eaton of Wacross pa ets ,Mr. ana Mrs. Theodoe Col- Garden ib Crl N Att CLYDEZ. LS, ler
inIe w w > Nv
'turned from six weeks' stay inOr- Ga., a former resident of Monicello son, No. 9--Oct. 20, 27 Nov 3, 1944.
Iando. is visiting friends here this week -M eetings This e k Ata regulr meeting of the Board
Thany friends of Mrs. Vooten, of County Commissioners held OctMrs. D. 0. damsMrs. ul Cox i will ave ar delighted at she is showing ober th, A. D. 1944 the following
a Th Migontt Cirbeen met Mon-" "
and Mrs. L. H. Horner motored. to Sunday oh a business trip to Atlanta signs of improvement andisees to T thette of m S i persons were appointed as Inspectors Should a arson b
LloydI Sunday afternoon. dyss t am en nden0yay at the home of Mrs., S. and Clerkos to r a e Genera be reGa., where she will purchase her be on the road to recovery I th Mas HarryBiown as co-hlostess. lecti t held on ovemb r quired topay tribute to
Miles Drahand spring merchandise The livi roowas beautifully eco- A. p. 1944. ui
Miles H. Draper and eR. E.ePrad1uniondoverlord for ithe
of Tampa, were in Monticello on ea uCaptain BaillThomon arriv this e with ild flowers, goldnrod PrecinctNo. "Right to Work?
business over .the week end. Mrs. DeWitt Kuder has returned week from; Carlsbad, New. Mexico, and ageratuzm. .On the center of the Fred Boyd, kasco Porter, A. C.
- from a. w ek's visit with' a hrsnig-th her sni- where he is stationed wit the U. S din table was exhibifed a ry for marshall, Inspectors and T. S. Mays
Johns tark former lawad daghter Mr ad Mrs. David Ai'my Air Forces, to visit his par- he sk aaged by r. Larki Clerk Should a person be reCharlie s of ta r Linbaugh, in Tampa. ents, Mr.and Mrs. W. H. Thomson. uidley. ;Th tay pr oriate- 1 r No 2 a unipn
state senator of that district, was a~ ge, ina wasa aprprae ee' ,nire yoi L5b~j~ euiucli.a1
'He arie in e ena;e too. Gunney hi"it-Lri~n .WHrR
visitor in Monticello Flirady. H r t o h i set with beautifilul chin decorated i Hn ey E a y again his or her Will In
is Rberta Clark is visit in day die at home. withpink blossom, aolid pink co. order to secure
Mrs. D. A. Finlayson has returned Savannahl Ga., as the guest of her feeo bytal f the Ca o reeict No.3
rona stay of several, months in b other-inlaw and sister, tieut. and Johnnie Jones has returned from~a attern A coreet niall vas of Will Barrett, Frank Barnes, E J.
fro a sta of sevra months patteant AHwl corec smal vase 'of
BIack Mountain, N. C. rs. Hal Dele. i tri to Cohimbus Ga., He, flowers as placed little to the Wooten, Inspectors anq Frank ln
has purchased a home and farm in left of the tray, which would cheer Wooten, Clerk, Wor
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Richter 'will 'Fre' Hull, of the Gainesville the icinity of Columbus. The many any sick pero ,he paced before I Pree inct No. 4A
T~~rnbullnar Gree Marionn Sasser A.-un balo Nove. 7eddh ifo plcepiprto...."
move soon into the Dorothy Gandy experiment station, a G. iD. 'arner f rends 6f Mr. and Mrs; Jones tgret him. Leonardd 'G 'e nMa nasser, A.aoi aprv
bugo ~stasington sheet.of the Qincy station, were business to see the move rom our comils- M1. Arthur Watson peided in Powell, Inspectors and M. Al- will G ARANTEE h e
..visitors in Monticello this We 'h.e ' absence of the chairman. There o Cer Right-to-Work" to everyMrs. A. L. Gra of Talase, rrecin N 5 one regardless of unions.
formerly of onticello, has been r. and MrsJ. C. W Frishth Te een sme uch need n embers, Ms. Byron Hilan Wiric Inspectrs and
spending t .e past week n her home have a guests in, their home, Cass repair work wdone o the prsontage and Mrs. Elerman Hug hes, were r- ter, Clerk. IS SILE
here. bian, their daughtr-i-law, Mrs. ere and th roect of pitting the ceied. Precinct No. 6
n. T. Cooper and small son,. Albert, house is being promoted. This would' "MidN AdeGw presete o h T. p Har Mc lan,
hu~~~~~~~lMs Aure Talahssevnn formeenytre Dr.s preen aG. Bishoe Howardn shae nlrellann,..
Seaman 2nd Class Ike Andersoi, of Fayetteville, N. C. The visitors be a aditiinal improvement that F. A. Brink who gave a yoery inter- John CuretonoI Tnsriectors and ThomS. N., stationed at Camp. Peay were met in Jacks ill y r. any are oping will be accomplish- stng tk poisonous ats. e.eoAmendue4No. 5,
wereesn tahe ondes poither, plants. Hel as. Folso, C. er. .....
Va., is pendig tenday furlough Frishmuth. e. ePrecinct No. 7 Noov. .7th
i s his home near 'Mo4ticello.> hwrsn M rhich are poison an gave a brief tta A
EdRteIn cosan .D r
--4----mpn'-Mr hai moMrs. J. E. Dukes recently Weshin I me. C. setch odrienffe t home nitt pct and C.sD. MorMr. and Mrs. H. A. Strickland of had'as'their guests, Mrs Dukes' par- Mrs. Barrett and her daughter first aid instructions in case of conBirminghamll, Alabama, are visitng ent s Mr. aild Mrs. G. R, Boli and have ben residiig in iiami for sev- tact or eating of the plants. *C
here as guests of Mr..and Virs. red sister ,Barbara Ann, f Atlanrta. eral months. Sgt. and Mrs. Howell 14iss Louise 8ttlIer presented an A. Mahanl. Other recent guests of the Dukes' visited rie'di adidrelativeShere1ur- article on conqering the drouglhit. A, were theirbrother and si ter-ini-law,, ing the rest ofhig furlough. He left She stressed the waste of time in
:rs J. B. H rne is in Quincy this Maj or and Mrs. G. C. Bolen so of Tuesday for Wahingtoi and Mrs. watering hose ^and aid the best
w ttending the 31st annual meet Atlanta. 1Majdr ole e ently re- BHowell pls to join hir as soon as w ay to save moisture in the soil t
ingof the Womans Auxiliary synod i t he' from England, I was o n roi ae li g accomTodatibns can be ob- ctltivate the top layer th ugly
of the Florida Presbyteriaf church; from th' Arniy Redist rition an- trained. 'or use peat noss oro any the eod
Mr. an M ors. rwe n f ous- ter in Miami to Wright Field, Da PA.
ton, Tex., have take an apartment 9 o .
with Miss Sally Paleston on East,'
---in, the former -post office building e apr Cox of, Ashburn, Ga., andy The 9 pmans Society of Chiristian eAt eeto
Mr and Mrs. S L. Cox of Greenville Service' will hold a retreat worshi mant v and tab lamps.
weie guests Sunday of their sister he Methodist Church Fri',
Mrs. 1aul Cox, and family. day, October 27th. These are of whi 4 ith u Regular M\feals '
A covered dish luncheon will be f lowers and inuch gol Th lamps have bqautif ul pif
J. W. Siunmitt, manager ot the served at one o'clock and the wor. aid blue shades with uffle The cases are 'of~elina Plate Lunches
Montipello plant of the Florida.Power ship program will follow Itch the mantel
and Light company was a business eon. '''lle III a s 'ar
[ 'Come in and seour'beautifu Wiftaree
visior in Daytma over the week thAll members are urged to attend eil t11 bean ifu 4 Home Made Chili Sandwiches
... to sell to those who collect then. Whole Baked Pies
Alert 'Tallahas,~ ''l j
district sales 'representative' of Fire- 'G lin Flwe -itL Open ddS ianly ~
stone Tire and Rubbo copo any, was' Amon those from 1onticello at- # 6 A.M.. till midnight proprietor
a business visitor in Monticello, Wed- .Telephone 116-R Monticello.
tending an all day meeting 6f the
Tallahassee district of the Worians +
' ing ff the welfare board, Wedesday. n Mrs. Thomas Folsm Mrs. 1
__ 'e~eca T. G. ishnop, Mrs. George 'Mills, Mrs. HUv O ~ 6 a = b
.Senator and Mrs. S. D. Clarke P M tosh, Mrs T B, McDonaidb
spent the week end in their cottage and Mrs. J. G. Anderson.
at Panacea and had as their guests
Mr and Mrs. Tom L .01arke and Mr. 1RS. 58 MLLER IS IIOSTEf8AT
and Mrs. R. J. 'aylor. ROOK PARTY WEDNESDAY
Miss Nana Colby of Waterloo 'owa Mrs. I K Miller entertained 'the
and Miss LCleo Laughlin of Jackson- niembers of her rook club arid an il1 spent NTI~ursday night ip Monti extra table of players Wednesday cello an route' 'to Japhksonvil\ frim afternoon i'n aer home on the. Groov'Bloutitown., They 'were guests ,at 'erville road. The li, ing' 'roomp was /
".the, Dixie 'I-otel., '>decotiated with rbsesaaid pyrrocantha.
Bigh, score prize wawn 'by Mrs.4
Seigeant Alice Carroll Ward, 'who Frank 3. Sattler, sedorid prize went /
has been, spenimng' en days haere with to Mrs. 'C.' L. Moore and Mrs. P. Q.,'
her mother, Mrs. C. T. 'Carroll, left Wilkins received 'low. An ice' coursee
Sunday for ,Lulbbo~k, ..Tectas, where was served' after the games.'
sh# has .been sttind toteps T~eejyn th feno with 'I'
----Sr., 'Mrs. DeWitt Kuder, Mrs. C. I, '.
Mrs. 'T. W. White ,Si., of Cairo, Moore, V~s L. M. 'Ridgeway, Mrs.
Ga., Sergeant' Enimetf4 W. 'WhiteR e~igo, r.FkkCr
Buckey ield Coorad, Ms. Witeroil, 1Mr H{ampton Miller, Mrs. G. Rl.
and sAll son, E~Rimnete Jr, wer Fotr rs. I SD. "Brinsoni, Sr., and
White, Thursday. _______Mr. and Mrs. martin Bishop of HOWELL BIARRETT
Aucilla, and' their daughters, Miss ''' ''''
Jeanette, of Daytona Beach and Miss: ,Mrs. Lula Barrett, of Monticello
" Lois of' Sanderson, were visitors ahid Miami,,announces the marriageMonticello Saturday. The 'girls ware' of her daughter, 'Lena, to. Gunnery
spending the week-end .with their Sergea,nt Edldie N. Howvell, U. S. Mar- ''
parents. ,,ines.'* Sergeant Howell is the son of,
___M'.and Mr, N.' Tom .Howell, od '.. .or re n new an old:'friends '
M.and1 Mrs. Daniel 'Finiyson Motielo
Turnbull, of Marion, Ill., announce T a wedding tool place in Vero .i iioscn e' ~ h h .'--''
the birth of a spon, Daniel Finlaysory~ Beach, the home of the bridle's bro-. Unexpected iioscnb e cpected in wartime. Sons bring home tervtves.
nI, on ,Sunday, October 8th.' MVr. ther, and the ceremony Wvas perform- Soldiers on furlough drop in without notice. Neew 'neighbors come to Qall.
Turibull, who is now stationed over- ad by County~ Judge 'bb' of' Indian .Jiper ,eloeis'et.I' wa o
seas, is the son of Mrs. A. N. Tuin- River County. ,,With wartime shortages, a sml u erywloei et tswa o
bull of Tallahassee ,and- formerly re- Those present at the ceremony share in friendliness, not what you have, that counts. There's no more friendly ( "
sided in Monticello. ',were the bride's nmoth'er, Mrs. Lula -*r
Barrett, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Barrett, greeting than Have a "Coke". And you can play host on a moment's notice"''
Mrs. Robert Stuart left Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. 3. C. Davis, J. H. An- when you have Coca-Cola on hand in your refrigerator. Have a "Coke" says
far her 'home in Lakieland.' She was' derson and Miss Charlotte Kersey, of /Wloe ae e n l red ela oewt o n or.a
accompaniedd' by her mother, Mrs. C. Vero Beach. -Wloe...mksnwadodfinsfe thm ihyuadyus
T. Carroll. who expects to spend say- Sgt, Howell has been in the Marine /It's natural for popular names
'rab months with Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Corps since July 1940, and has served soTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY tar Haven before returning to her three years. Be recently returned to MONTICELLO COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY Coca-Cola called "Coke".''' a
hoehere. ,the States,' and is now stationed in a "" a 24 Th C' co.r

The MonticelU News, M~Nonticello, Fla. Fricdav, October 20, 1944/
[JOU~DUW ~ UIFORMYoung, Smart Princess hrock I
I~fI1I~ CHOOL Lesson Slp it et esigned to Fit2
It epbeets from losing their Of The M4oody Bibl1e Institute of Chicago.
bffted, leve oni the long tap- Reeased by Western Newspaper Union.
n*a an~ inch or two~ of stems~. 50
cks and4 bags wvll keep Lesson for October 22
bei~ig~scu~ed ~ elected and copyrighted M~ ~trntds
Coit of~ Relxgios Edi'cato u ae4 by
3h w tres ma be sedin ry.permissionMgiml oks orstockings topre-< REIINI DCTO
Lns)bki~ 4ESSON TEXT-Matthew 772 ue5
SoMina acloset~ hls temto GOLDENI TEXT-Ve glhll-now the truth,
A0=,r~iig a stringy lookc.
make Aeica, a pagan, nationi in a
~ps ~sigeneration or two Even worldl1ytol --lo shle el~hanti mnindled educators arte cocerned
o fi snugly. to Christianity i mn br~anches of
cJur country's educational system.
Christ&is 'will want to be In-,
fred and to c ste ae-p
porunity to bring Chistianin rSNAPP FACT, flunce o bear on the education of
~theihearty support, to, el Cris
RUBBER tian eduion.
1. Seek~ Wisdom -fom God (Matt.
Wehave made geat prge0 i
v *r~Iac~ni~~ *~sras tJe~Ieat ke~i endr 2 finxe school buildings, anin ~ithe pro~4~e~e~pvision of trained teachers. There 9b be U. S. 1,267 tons of rub- Menu ~stu~dy adapted to/ the need forYURnwfl sidsre
ym,6 ossn s n14.epnie cuts of meat. AnBraised Shor Riso eeAl this 'Iet29 Thlol wnaper, hai inil bInto~g1a Cabbg CoeSlaw foundational error. We hv ivn 867 line une your cotme. It may
'Spice Cake, relop- nt ,tof chaoacter, wthoiit We're sureyul want more thi
C. derizes ii meat, GkeV 1 t'q22
mm" I w~~~\hich the skills of hnd andohedp st
meat. tenderness tes ~odore Roosevel is eai tvaeo-ig 40, 42, p4 46, 4 e5 ad< a2.nSze
4mi satmet hat hav-dty srved that ',t educt prov etr cenei ae himin pot asocalj
thanrfia~n thia'reut anll Swis ase n), Spiio prsle ass ia sb~r your prettiestg An exetoal you n ddes szdesrdsad
llmoy&W mineals beothVimet co e nd Ie Ha'Ifos,b s ea t;d but'r coa sot l<, ilit es (Du-ate u
~~~~~m r an prctca tin l aesin isrie P~k ian ~ ids ~
Nov ler ae 1 i see Clov of ali ,ls) Dueii tou an en'sl aige demandd adnd,
~~)~eShown here-on thatpnsv~ wil be- good
for s<,h e' 7 ori~ gtood times Is teqire ino filin arer fo Alie few of. 4/
com < rm s e under' t c he' Bao driping evltoay ther as huhi fewr h otpplrpatr~ubr.
hedo'r't c hni a eeo beorr
tbte9. Rub skills wog~ inve of' 'grlc ornd an godwigtwl p e Sedyu
Thr' Ijinquof oo eating, 'peppr4 W as, oxai, copt each prove ha rovded a fopnatio a faei th ifc at
ta s p ofsaoking but yourin~ me"t -cuu %nec anne ep r 0 SEWIN a nC Qt bIRLE AT
4r. o inU ont vau.,To dhe bu the ."m af thd truthh Rofeis chrd TERN D<2 EP.
1av taheo same~ / can be ress d u protittit vely ono sdes i ba cn tsa ll we ~dt< ureneh m Nyt 13, e4 vedr8,qSt a12 bye-ure ncoe2 o n o frec
as t goreexensiepe sizee 'wt 2tso9~laryq eea ~fs, wllh t, rc
flour, i~~ a~ epr ond la o mto es salt and Toper Calvay Namefvldon or lep
ando teak minrals,, iron,~ copper~ andb I' .......e....wu.d.....f.....pois a h rt
"'< adatl "eea~~ and w<(ev ) P slopain thosgre inxeniect oot oeur, cookdi if' H. Use Wri s o m wvi~o th eng< (Mtot. gt, a ~ l 2 atA
fneat.neces ary. If e'Swiss~<~ Steakp~r d- -kfuato eh -asi-oe)a of~ Alie Ai$'p-o Spread
4 h e un uitcth(Ser~ves 6~), gravy r i th flou r p ratg astea iliir to tal ong bPopa 11 22 ab e k
Ron orar steak ,u 2, inhe ede adh od 't our feeWi l low men. Asi~c theLor 9
water enbds cuskn to gro Rin I(Rm n AI$PI ES
ay ig 1 onionl thinl sliaed ar not~~L onl Br ap-tbamnt teahs&. loo toso~ Woct i drope St'Alld airme on Gaet'dn c~~ an2 ta n i o lrd 1c2 ? ablespoons ' 4 ~ n 2n cupes, t ld'omatoes ennd. Get Caroi at ideug him
aellins Coebadcrowowy Sa I2 carrot dice This socle own Rle~ is*~ esata torlc-a Co.,0.aenn
unti sbt dsaedor~4~0~tesoiis u$~ rettly o o ihwstnado cnduct whic ne n scattheeproteve food rurl aeas byla ~~vo V12 cup ~ ou water~lson yo$ nin <..> j.2 minute Tackden thes thet two'les lie uEter bundlen now carie anew
ow i lusl an peper Poun tus fo'eap:To-lysbpsivlydngfrine ,rduub xpn I neage about the size2<<42 add v '< (Set re 543) 7' 1) tem~ Hofr- isf o e 'ha the by2 bao eti prssre*wic
CHILD< and water. Cove 2 tapondsasor rbofpe ngaie thing whoiacha Y tmostnpepe pesl holds thesheetsstogether until
panekboe and~ Cook~ inFofatit eper, asum erit tdo .The rves ioua i recig ay peeerie
F.)JOSARS R ove for V2 ce '5 can~~ros, scen d othkl fi3. emrssat the l o havmbe doned ousdWfteit~ ra
andr.Ad mr onions,~ h peel te. to~ he msuelves. od,
IN FU TS ate -ibrede.d crus, mcetlea e andte sea-n tha Fhis is n the posis
Sev',ih ee and plac e n poet of'dce pa ti very tree brtingsftid Weatso
2 ~ ~ ~ tblesiito p f'em:~asn anegsogehe gwit abwr. i4out. oingoodau ch tase SoCis o <~~~~~~~~~<~oe .< th steak. Mixpflour, salt and2 peprpheprp n lrda~ Cpht aer,. ove oul derstire f CO P~a or Shreder Seats ihntrBow meat Bron all siren ingo III Frutllchow *only in he Hmltree
A ~ V"te Dionne Qint~upleUt(s catch cover jiean lsowyutlmtfrmea t 2ihor fo do hoursv or1) htmen ht
39a1ro brns.a. schO prompt re. e oLfR i ede. T~ cooking a bStime, Vald Sogteiik Re- rtl dcae an ms
donebleitheon topd ont the range. The sam exactly aswehath hrsin
20onev'w son theat acheng Thie mothe Islmreat ay vgblesd for val ht-'cai'godadnbe n
s~m freqedts rbfcause to' aOR potn Imlointerl, tifcknt graves wih fourted uishtpenn can e n b chots ony
eI"'=en o rw meatar "'ale. It's whatk so S ~ the tomatong cothe s.~ Noig arei tilrue 'highe Ando
iait'.ad watersn Nursre than a oe over ther meat and roll. alstn w th eian ill tceac o(v her evil,.
ly do~~~ie~ Most ~Braised mtfeat 're hathtifatahroty.sabilin 2A '~A~ O N
in~~~hv acconani brnha trc- atan eur A7inim n-'

,The Monticello Newt~s. Monticello. Fla., Friday, October 20, 1944
Fun For the WholeMFamily
-'4 ~~~~~~~The modemnetra rUnu~ .-young 44h=" Aw
fot 4 of 41lcref 4W&
SPARKY'WATTS By 44OD ROGER 4 4 4ness, cuhXM
TO~NT FIPA ~ P~MNIG~~co~~tto in upperbmTd
* WHATr 1X, TINV, I-T- PON'Tr WANT YE,1'IZYINra I'M 15TILL- LE~ P66'.1l~ LOO-fl0 4ubs.. i
13RINC25YOU -nme FO YOU THRJAY5 .1 _'IDAEXEZII N XGVR FECM5 d 3 _,. Rub. So e~syt
10K-O 70OEM A H4AVF_ TO FA PE 1MAN NO We~r;4 fl4E_ IZY' 04ASE YOU A LOS --- A ON~ 1-0F MN'rbitoian ih
AP~'liPA~, L- CMPL~E' ~I~~~1~~ PIK'NP LIKE HE P11;G-- EXPO44 relief starts to comec asV
5PARKY? oF CO0NIIC 44 03 R L ggJ ~ TUKLL L ON MY FrET MOVING4P~ MN~ Usrbtnadigt A ~ 4 ~
4'RAY5 ~ gNg64 j.N444 HAVE iIAT OP- 'Y'OU~ gl~R~4
4 -)IIKN 5ANNKIG,1GU(5-Nj4 4
44 4 M~P~JN; (,4jI ?G4L4 4 1~ I '" toup rroncial
4' I**. 4 IU / ID 4444)4' P1 ulfnb it!)is special g
~ ~ .- -~ .~ chest and back
.6:~ j1444~ ~ )4..... ~ -----~-~~~ surfaces flke a .4~
5 -44~- warmiing poultice4
'4~' '1- AP Oftenbymring most of hea~
/fAP of thecodigon. Rememb=!
4 ~ '4. .444 4~ON~LY VAPORIJB Gives Yi ...
'~ 4 '~ specal penetrating-stiulati~~
13sItime-tested, homepteved.mrbei
.4, ~knovkihome rem
4' ~ "' )4edy for reliewing .
'k44 (fi miseies of colds. SAP
014 -3NE. BEEN 5/UL PIS AK R
H ALY 1OUR WAY UL(v' 4 NO -CLASGIFY AS A_________R 4 44 Sosp~s ~R~OA~How Sluggih M
A::.:. 4 .... Ag~~ *60t Happy
.44..44.. . .
444 KLEIS ~- 4
- \ 44 By ENE BYR~zz.~,punk~ 4s~the ickens,ibg o 4 44'
.1REG'LAR FELLERS-The Perf ect Patriot By GEN BYNE ng on wkz=et,
OH S9~ ''44HOE. ~RAo pia~ pulthe trigger on lazy inazzlVA
OH.9-**BS-*' tiDR CALWELVS sthe wdedjimugas
4PHOOCEY I7-'L HO L WAN laative~contained in good ol S.a 44*
4 4OLE 5).QO1E, MANY OOR$ s~~sa
palatabe and areebe I tot444~b~w
'4-44 of millionisfor 50years, and feel t atoal
4' f I '~~~~ibTIOfII Use onivas44irectm.,E. 4
---N-4 VI,
-. -COkqAINED N,
POP Escape Possible ByJ) J. IYL.LAiRVtI WATT h ff4
. ~ ~ 4 ...... 1AAGIN&E 4 11_'s NOTHINC> WROt46 AND A wa e ces wor
444POSITrIOM -. Al-- N
.44 .....4 A C04WiVSISON
.... ......4.
...*~444.4.444..l444*4' ......
RAISING~~~~ KAE-i4444n apr 1'~4 777-_

A lo~ From Theatre Monticello, Florida
Money-Back G~uarantfee .It's Harm fess Funi Sh*ii Swweet s She's Lovely! He Todd!1eo;Or Tots!.
B A ~ I ~ Y PB A B Y
SPARK S 7 0I 'tS 3.29
- PLUGS 55rup typ 3.s2y9e
4.4 1 C~n- BO~ 4'dainty print.W l g
* YeIrsibl for ~ight. or left-. Realistic but so harm- h ha
stiAt No. 1 ltolsless! AUl wood.. Looks anzd sleeping1 3
gaug cable&. sounds 'like a regular gun. eyes. JTust pull him along and he
walks! Composition wood.
4~Big 'a-i S ,n g For Hard Use I.
AUGUST 2 ALT.' 1 K.9 E
4.. The only plug with, the 1 44.4N RNid)e 9V g99
Polonium alloy electrode TIRES. o om ti e4
at~ gives quicker. easier B ~A T TER B V 4.
4 I.tart recision-engineered.
YOUR Fomel 2.9Ltl4elos2t ROCKER
Wleijythis! Brigiat made f or hard use. Long, 44
MOO red wieti 1isfroks.Ld
C A RT!IID4~~~~ES To hold batteries securewP Peiu A~ eel~l
CAR RI GE in place. Two type%,' 4Ldo~ 6 4,e I 1f~ i Prtc Pei Eyes1 A Fine Se4sHl
They'll prolong the 111e.Go 40 l
-your car. Fit most 111tors.6
Reg. 4.95 Afl L
A>nleServe Set ASZh TRAYSr 3.831 44
T R A Y of Foura Inicludes five-foot l.emon0 of0 Four IGHT RUIBS 'wood bow, four'cedar4
ramou PlKzn oNn ew "'Safety Rest" elimi. Save 'YouLr eyes ... save arwlahramgad Replace old aroslaoerrngad
A F n ie'finger tab, target.1
E X T ware. Two-year' guarate!4ae hedne o e bulbst today! REACEYl. ~ ~ 4
I, ~~Razor-Sharp,4 I'olly(- Grounrl 4 41
(Sizes given are of bladies alone) Re.24
41 /3-Inch Paring Knife .........T...E59c4
-\8.JIjc Narrow-4 Slicer......1.75 F R R e.39
444 V/2-lnch Roast Carver..... 1.75 S~.9 T V14