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The Monticello news

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The Monticello news
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Monticello news (Monticello, Fla.)
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Monticello, FL
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ECB Publishing, Inc., Emerald Greene - Publisher
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January 5, 2005
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Weekly[ FORMER <1925-1965>]
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v.60 no.15 November 3, 1944

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Newspapers -- Monticello (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jefferson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Jefferson -- Monticello
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30.54543 x -83.870842

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Began in 1903.
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Description based on: Vol. 23, no. 22 (Nov. 20, 1925).
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The Great Middle S M No
Gateway TE MONTICELLO NEWS


THE NATIVE HOME OF THE PAPER SHELL PECAN JEFFERSON COUNTY FLORIDA'S IDEAL FARMING AND DAIRYING SECTION

VOL. 60. No. 15. MONTICELLO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1944 FIVE CENTS A COPY

WOMAN' CLUB'S MEETING A 0-O SOPDHR
Carnival Nets $325 WIL"^"AR1E"'Ix LOCAL ITEMS Selective Service L JOSON VISTED HERE iahan Pecans Are

For PTA Treasury 11, brmae fAuhi'W k
Fo T rauy and~ Arvebt of Auths Week Mrs. Joe Cair has returned from Prepared to Aid Al Jolson was a visitor in Monti- Given Premiums in
OnT ed yN g t in November, the Womains Cluib pro i visit with relatives in Rome, Ga. R tr ig M e cello for a short time Saturday whnOAI~e uain
On Tuesday Nighthe stopped Over en route to Jackson_____gramn will include a review of at cur- .1 w. Pat uOas aReitrthsgule.Hawssceuldtogveans_The school Hallowe en Carnival, rent book and an art exhibit. The sho
given under the auspices of the Par-: meeting will begin at 4 O'clock Tues- in Atlanta, Ga. ofFollowing the recent announcement shw at the Naval Base Hospital in "Mahan" pecans were allowed a
ent-Teacher Association with Mrs. daNovember- 7th. I fthe Army's partial demobilization Jacksonville Saturday evening, and premium price of 4 cents per pound
day,-inachevrsedregulatonoonwedbleMtr.
Alfred Foster, general chirmuin, :The art exhibit is being arranged 1Roy Dunaway spent Sunday with plans, Brigadier General Vivian Col- left in mid-afternoon. cleared $325 for the association's to give opportunity to all residents G has, State Director of Selective Ser- Mr. Jolson stopped for a time at nuts,,ised bylte offie re
tr as r Tu s a evening.alo t a.n t,,is ed b h O fc o r .
treauryTueday venng.of ontiell, wo hve pctues hatvice, declared today that Florida's the Dixie Hotel, and later went down- Administration, effective October 18. tEacasur Tuesday o ev ning, ktotayb of onticelo aho hae itre that 103 Local Boards are well started on town for lunch and graciously auto- Several price changes were made at' .1
Eachclss icl u ook to e ofbiter andtvalue to others syney Coree o Lloydas tbe task of fulfilling their employ- graphed the menus at Mildred's Res- some existing provisions were clarstunt, and all w ere very succes tfu el hi itte m atothe mmeet instn m e t obligations to return g veter taurant for the excited wa tr s ss field to m ake price control moe ef
The school grounds w ere gay withsu ce sf l e 5 are, r gr am chira ns 4 acc c dance wit h provi ions of who recognized th e fam ous com median. fective in the order,
Thescoo gruns erega wth hoe 1-H o Ms. . i'awel, Judge and Mrs. T. B. Bird have as the Selective Training and Service __-allowed Mahan pecans was based on
carnival atmosphere; and the large President, phone 61-W, will arrange their guest Mrs. Bird's mother, Mrs Act which places mch of the le- a a showing that Mahan pecans
crowd that attended enjoyed to the transportation for the pictures if the Ben Van Dalsen, of Moultrie, Ga. fullest every event. owner is unable to take them to the fiig job on teshoudr Kf the H b D i m ium ric
A parade was staged at five o'clock cu iueaoi ii h feno idn oso iesoleso h umpie
Ait pairaen was steal fie cockdo clbhoe aouti 3:5teafeno 3. S. Howell of Aucilla was a busi- Selective. Service System. OII 6th Bond Drive "Mahan" is a variety of pecans
withes children in costumel decorated0
bicycles, etc., nd accompanied by daur ur first big job," said the State developed by the Monticello Nursery
the band. The carnival followed and director, was to select men for the Captain Herman Hughes, S. company, and has been widely recafte rthe concession booths and cafe- Army Urges Use rmd forces. That job Isn't co- Army, and Waldo ognized as a superior variety, comafte rthe concessin booths and cafe-Mr. and Mrs. William Bellinger of pleted yet, but that doesn't mean that Third Class, U. S. Navy, ateddI nigtppie ntemre
treia closed, the Freshmnan class pre- atnrjrnigtppie ntemre
te a l os thelFreshm n clas pre 1 V-Mail L te sTallahassee spent Sunday here with we aren't working hard on the other the Kiwanis luncheon on Wednesday. each season.
seated a spooky Hallowe'en play toLetr
climax the evening. relatives, big job cut out for us by Conress- Both are members of whom the club The changes made by today's reThe achievement by classes of the If You Posted a letter by ordinary the job of aiding veterans !in finding is proud. A C. Marshall was a imost vised regulations are:
individual booths and stunts: mail to your service man overseas- Bob Wilkins of Camp Stewart, Ga., the kind of employment they want welcome guest. The following two changes in
12th, Miss Knoblock-Bingo, $44.48 say for instance in England-the av- spent the week end here with his par- and making certain that those who David Winans introduced George pecan prices: (a) A variety of pecans
1tMsEdad-Ierage time that letter spent in tran- eats, Mi' and Mr's. P. C. Wilkins. desire to return to thei frepoI1 White, a Tallahassee Kiwanian and known as "Mahans" is now allowed
11th, M rs. Edwards- tons will be reinstate iregional manager of the War Fund a premium price of 4c per pound, the
baseball throw.19.80 stwudb bu 2dy.I o
10th, Miss Stimson, cake walk 26.45 sent that same letter by V-Mail it Mrs. W. E. Leisy left Sunday for It was emphasized that Inductions committee, who spoke briefly on Ki- same differential previously allowed
9th, Miss Harrington & Miss 1 would travel to its destination in ap- a two weeks' visit in Baltimore, Md., are continuing and are necessary be- wvanis promotion of war loans, for Schley and Burkett varieties of
Mashburn-play .40.00 approximately 11 days. A letter dis- and Mineola, New York. cause of the constant need by the Karl Lehman, executive me a shin tha Maha p n
Eth, Mrs. Milton, cakes & pies 23.20 patched by ordinary mail channels to armed forces for replacements, but of the Floida War Fund Committee
7th-1, Miss Beyers-side show 9.15 the South Pacific would be on its way Claude (Be) Pope who is a student he added that the Local Boards also was the principal speaker. He was have historically commanded a pre7th- 2, Mrs. Wallace, pony ride 8.051 foi' almost 35 days, while if V-Mailed at Bolles Military Academy, Jack- are keenly interested in seeing that introduced as a Kiwanian numum price.
6th, Miss Bulloch, Miss Morris, would be received in 13 days. sonville, spent last week end at his the men they selected for service are with fourteen years of (b) The differential recognized
drink stand .24.86 Those observations have been made home on North Jefferson street. firmly re-instated in civilian life perfect d count or less to the pound has been
4th. & 5th, Mrs. Harris, Mrs. by Army Postal Inspectors who have --"It is an understatement to sy Mr. Lehman said that the increased from five cents to six cents
Wells, Mrs. Curton- icheclred various forms of letter mail Mr. and Mr's. Ernest Clarke of Tal- that the plans for reemployment of war was being financed per pound.
,Candy sale. _. .17.16'between post offices located in all lahassee spent the week end with the veterans have been made," said Gen- 40 by taxation and 60% by borrow3rd, Mrs. Scruggs, popcorn sections of the United States and latter's mother, Mrs. J. C. WV. Frish- eral Collins, "for the plans are al- tag. The war, bonds are non-nego- RUTHERFORD B. SHUMAN
sales . 6.80 APO's in all of the overseas com- bouth and Mr. Frishmuth. ready functioning. In the country at tiab events loss theft, de2nd. Miss Giloeit, Mrs. mands, according to Col. Hartley B. large there are 6443 Local Boards; preciation anid certain swindling Funeral services were conducted in
Ridgeway-prize game 11.20'Dean, Fourth Service Command post- Miss Isabel Yaeger of Tallahassee each of these Local Boards has one or schemes. The 6th War Loan bond Monticello at the First Baptist
I.was the wee kend guiest of her cousin more reemployment cornmitteemen at sale begins November 20 and ends Chrch ysedy afenoeo
PTA-cafeteria 90.15 a Officei.
"Not only is V-mail quicker than Miss Mary Ann Clarke in her home tached and delegated with the respon-lDecemrber 16. Ththe Jefferson County Rutherford B. Shuman, born October Total .$325.00ordinary mail but Our inspectors by on Waukeenah Street. sibility to assist the veteran in o quta is $137,000. 29, 1861, and died tober 31, 1944.
actual checking have found it is on itamning reinstatement in his former The speaker expressed pride in the The Rev. H. 0. Hughes, pastor of
Mrs. Ray '. Simpson and Miss an avcrape several days faster than Friends of Miss Sally uiesion will position or to extend practical assist- response of the club and this county the firstt Baptist Church, assisted by Anna Simpso of Tallahassee were I'eg7lar air mail," Col. Dean said, regret to learn that she is a patient dance if he wants new employment, in previous bond campaigns, made a Rev. J. L. Hunter, pastor of the Methluncheon guests on Wednesday of "In the middle East and Indian thea- in 'Archbold Memorial Hospital, Attached to Florida's 103 local boards number of suggestions regarding the odist Church, conducted the services. Mrs. Joe W., Pate. (Continued on page '5) Thansville, Ga. there are at present 119 reemploy- forthcoming drive and said that he Wilkins Funeral Home was in charge
I was sure Jefferson County would ex- of funeral arrangements.
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Mrs. D. M. Humphreys and Mrs. "Whatever his problem or plans for coed the quota as it has done before.
gramCharles Troxer of Tallaasee spent the future may be, the released voter- ae Winans announced that a Red EUi~ 0 0 U n hUeetu tms(fJfm Wednesday afternoon here with t'ela- anr can secure information from local Cross Moile Unit will be here Nv
re Contukn as and Girls in Ser-tives and friends, boards and their reemployment com- ember 20 and 21. This is the tyheeof
SI vice. mitteeme regarding his particular etigsupplies doughnuts and cof- o
Mrs. H. B. Kemy of Miami is visit- problem." fee to the armed forces. ~ Dr. F. A. Brink, Director
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Harris. They General Collins remarked on the
Major W. W. Bassett, Jtr., who isgHe was stationed overseas about 20 also had as their guest on Wellnes- keen interest evidenced by individual now in Germany, recently wm~ote to mIonths .and saw service in South day, Mr. Hari'is' nephew, Walter local Board members in. the _elfar I ow ElectionP I DPHHEI
the minister of tho Presbyterian Africa, England, Italy and Ireland. Johnson, of Pot St. Joe. of the discharged veteran. With only
Churc inGievlealte hc iss~" r.Toa reade o Decembe A ey sick little girl with a sore
maya slight variation in language, he said oth e throawas taken to the doctor on
was reproduced in tfe church News. mother, Mrs. Palmer Ward, have re- Mr and Mrs. C. E. Richtr had as that he had heard Board members
The letter was headed "A letter from ceived letters from him in which he week end guests the fulmer's parents, speak many times substantially as A town primary election has been Monday. Her tonsils were enlarged, Major W. W. Bassett, one of our by- says he likes his new station better the Rev, and Mts. T. L. Ricter and called by the Democratic Executive 'there were white patches and high ail members, who was very active in~ every day young daughter, Bunnie Faye, of committee lo be held on the 5hdyfvr ihhraattxnwsgv
the student work, when here at the V Moultrie, Ga. "These young men were taken of December for the purpose of sel- en without delay and this is the right
University: 'Some days have been rTed Colson, son of M.ad rsH.away from their families and their ecting a mayor, clerk & treasurer, thing to do because it is dangerous
endless and others tco short. Your 'H. Colson, arrived in Jeffeso cun tyl Mrs. Ada Robiison of Dallas, Tex- jobs because it was necessary to win marshal & tax collector, and tax as- [In such a case to await the results of prayers on "D" day and the days that Thursday after 27 months in the Ias, arrived in Monticello Monday for juth war. ndssr when the reetr t 'thressr whomhold office founei ywho the labothrar ters Ien ItI intc owner at n s for s t exr I three unablesooTtatho heri s here n ond
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followed made our job easier and Pacific battle zones, Ted took pan an indefinite visit at the East End o ver
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gae wouldhaveethat those same young m members of the Democratic executive elusive. Other tests on the child and
wer wrouldihve lakdwecni strned with about 22ag days. If Se is a c n o y all the breaks to which they are le- committee who hold office for two members of the family are being
ourprmie o iv te bsttht s f tas.Hoelsnbouhtmayaap-gsayanmmralyenitld.e'yersbmde Chlden exosd ilib

























in us until this little argument has ancwse souvenirs with him. Dick Fraser of Atlanta, Ga., ar- Thent ion mooks of the town Chdreullyoand insm ap
been settled-let us hope and pray yrived thursday for a few ays' visit T
once and] for all. Our church service Lt. Douglas Cooksey returned to with his cousins, Mr. and Mmds. Joe of Monticello will be open fro Nov- of diphtheria appear they will be
on Sunday was very interesting, of the States from France and Germany ughes, Jr. They also have as their ember 4th to November 24th, both treated.
course it was quite noisy as our guns where he has completed his stint of guest during Mr. Faster's stay, his llates inclusive, in order that The use of serum as a preventive
were pounding at German defenses. bombing missions with the Army Air mother, Mrs. Hugh Fraser. Sept. nd Conirmed ate entitled to vote in the is not advised.
There was a light rain so we had Force, is at home for a thirty day primary may register. The toxoid immunization takes six
arranged enough shelter for the or- furlough. Douglas is the son of Mr. Mr .and Mrs. T. E. Searcy had as Mris. M. M. McLeod, of Greenville, Candidates for nomination to any to eight weeks, hence it should be
gan (a small field organ). The audi- and Mrs. B. H. Cooksey, Jr., of the guests, Friday night and Saturday, received a letter from the War Do- of the offices must file a statement given to all children before the danonce was unusually small for two Ebenezer section. Hie is a bombard- their granddaughter, Miss Joain Sear- partment Saturday, which confirmed of their intention to become a candi- ger arises. All children should be imreasons-we hand to keep our guns icr who wears the P urple Heart med cy and her friend, Miss Margaret the announcement of the death of her date with the committee by noon munized with two doses of toxo'd manned and, too, we can't collect a at for wounds received on one of the Gwynn, of 'Tallahassee. They came husband, Lt. Maynard Morris McLeod November 18th in order to appear on when they are six months old. large group this close to the lines, bombing missions ove Germany. over to attend the football game. U. S. Marine Corps, and gave the the ballot of the primary election. If the protection has been neglectWe sat in a semi circle and had on __ date of his death as September 20th. A legal notice appearing in this ed it may be had at any time up to
our steel helmets. We sang some C. Waldo Harris, baker 3/c sta- Miss Elizabeth Cureton of Talla- Lt. McLeod was a Scout in the issue of The News gives the regula- Isix years of age. After that the
good songs and the chaplain's ser- tioned on the U. S. Battleship Wyo- passes is visiting her brother and Marines and served nearly a year in tions concerning the election and the Schick test should be applied to see mon was excellent. The opportunity ming, is spending a thirteen day fur- sister in law, Mr .and Mrs. John the Pacific area, seeing action in election officials as chosen at the if the toxoid is necessary. to attend such services means an aw- tough here with Mrs. Harris and Cureton. They also had as a week New Britain, New Caledonia and recent meeting of the Democratic___ful lot to us out here." Major Bas- their small daughter, Martha Lynn end guest, Miss Effie Cureton of many other places. His last letter Executive committee.
a h e a nd s Jacksonville, another sister of Mr. indicated his whereabouts as the
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people ,has been in the invasions of Haris. Crucit". Pelleleu Islands.
Africa, Sicily, Italy, Normandy, Bel- -I Anr interesting coincidence was his Waue enahIIi. At the regular sale Monday 1369
gium, Holland and Germany. Second lieutenant John C. Andet'- Mrs. Hugh Fraser after spending appearance in the Pathe News reel hogs and 141 cattle were 'sold. Cateson, son of Mrs. Pansy Anderson of the summer in Washington, D. C., shown at the Katherine Theatre here Mrs. W. W. Summerford has re
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T/5 Edward Bailey has just been Monticello, Florida, a co-pilot, is a and at Pawley's Island, S. C., and last Thur'sday and Friday, just as the turned from Texas where she has with last week.
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ranto member of the group commanded by 'later visiting her sn and daughter-isse of the News announcing his been for several weeks with her us- Best steers & heifers. 10 to 14.00 Fort George G. Meade, Maryland. He 001l. Jacob J. Brooger ,of Butterfield, ia-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Fraser, in death was being printed. The news band, It. Summerford. Medium steers & heifers 6 to 10.00
had week end leave his first week inl Mdinnesota which called a temporary Atlanta. Ga., arrived here, Monday, reel slhowedl action in the Pacific and Mrs. 0. B. Lewis of Waisa spent Best cows . 8 to 10.00 Maryland and spent it with an uncle halt, to bombing the enemy, and took to spend several months at thre home the commentator who described the the week end at the parsonage with iMedium cows. -- 4 to 8.00 and aunt in Huntington, N. Y. food supplies to the people of France. of Miss Mona Turnbmull on East Wash- scenes announced at the beginning of Rev, and Mrs. J. A. Boyd.Bul. .__5to70
V_ Not long before this these same ington street. the film that the ace photographer' A very fine Cray passed at Sardis Cle.6t 40
Private Lorena Cochran, daughter Liberators had dropped bombs on the church Sunday, when the Waukeenah
Sydneye Cisrearkblttimews eavfN.L1hogyd.was.1.7




















































of Mrs. Mary Cochran, participated airfield in Central France. But then The Messrs. Newton Skillmran, R. killed by a Japanese sniper while charge churches all met .for the day. No. 1 hogs.--. . 14.25
in a beauty contest recently ait the thle field waJs in the hands of the Ger- L. Thhner and F. H. Delavhunty of ritdiig his camera in its producing Rev. Boyd preached a thought-pro- No. 2 hogs.13.50 eighth air force headquarters in Eng- mans. When the planes landed, the Detroit, Michigan, are spending a few Later in the sequence the film show- yoing sermon. A delicious dinner No. 3 hogsMrs-.13.00 land. The contest to select the pret- r Iunway was lined with waiting days as guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. ed a Marine officer talking over the was spread. The W.S.C.S. elected No. 4 hogs . 13.05
tiest WAC at the headquarters was a citizens of th-e town. Crying "Vive Dleip of Leon, Tung Orchaurds Coin- field telephone and the close-up idea- new officers for the coming year. No. 5 hogs. . 13.00
feature of the carnival which climax-: l'Amerique anid giving the Victory pay. ifliid him without question as Lt. and the Lamont ladies gave a fine No. 5 Light hogs . 12.00
ed the 8th Air Force's war bond sign, they greeted out' crows. McLecd who was easily recognized program. Hereafter the W.S.C.S. Ruh .8t 25
die:It was the first time the American lat. Liout. Walker' Lee Harringtonba)ithtetr.wokwhn. wla meeting. fithe Snextmeeting Feeder pigs. .6 to 15.00
Private Cochran was one of the bombing ocws had a close-up of the left Wednesday night for Camp Rob- A few moments late the film was r'egua etn.Tenx etn
nine finalists in the beauty contest havoc they had wrought. Buildings inson, Little Rock, Ark., after spend- interrupted suddenly. Those who will be Dec. 31, at Lamont. Nearly CHIILDREN COLLECT SEED
which was won by Corporal Amy C.,and munoway were demolished hut ing a 10 day leave here with his saw it felt it likely that the Jap thit'ty dollars was collected for the
Taylor of Detroit, Mich. At the Air Arnemican eng-ineers had put the run- mother, Mrs. J. W. H-arrington, and sniper whose machine-guin fire killed children's home at Enterprise. Force headquarters where the WAC, way in order, brother, C. C. Hairrington and Other the photographer was also repons- M'. W. L. Carter of Jericho, N. Y Madison, Fla.-In an effort to
who went overseas in May, 1944, is, One of the American crew mom- relatives. ible tom' the death of Lt. McLeod. was with his mother and sisters the gather as many crotalaria seed as
stationed, the Personnel of the base hers offered ,a pack of cigarettes to S. K. Stratos, manager of the Kath- past week here. possible, Madison County Negro
purchased $12,120,600 in war bonds a Frenchman. It was intended as a Friends will reg-ret to learn that erine Theatie,, gave a private show- Mr. and Mrs. Andy Cadwell of school children are being urged to
during thle campaign, more than gift, but the Frenchman would mot the Misses Mary and Lou Edwards of ing9 Of the film for members of the Palmetto spent the week end here pick them on the way to and from
double their $6,000 quota. have it so. The Frenchman thrust a Lloyd are moving this week to 7alla- McLe,d family. with their parents. school evei'y dany, shell them in the
_ten franc note upon thle giver, and hassee where they will occupy their - .Capt. L. H. Heiss of 'Camp Rucker, afternoon, and turn them in (for pay
Staff Sergeamt Efrnest G, liard haltigly explitied it was not a mat- new home recently purchased by A uttong ineo tar soap in faii'ly Ala., spent Sunday with his sister, on a pound basis) to agricultural who returned to the States about six lt of the not 's value. It was both them and their sister, IMiss Agnes effective in controlling, ticks on dogs. Mrs. Martha Hf Jennings. workers at the court house, James
mammthes ago for hospitalization is now a souvenir atc ia robond of friendship. Edwards, dean of Women at South- A pyrethrum soap is more effective, Mrs. Chats. M. McClellan, state C. Miller, Negro emergency war food stationed in Fort Lewis, Washington. tContinuea on Page Eighit) western University, LaFayetto, Lat. )fut this material is very scarce now (Continued on page 5) assistant, reported today.
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The Monticello News. Monticello. Fla. Friday, November 3, 1944



Three Ladies Who Are 'Standing' for Congress




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Russia,, France Czehosovkiaan
Washington, D. C. Notes of an InnocentBys
Ths reporter couldn't believe his
naZ MA s Eo n t oe while reading a Variety report
eWriters. Develop your talent. Individual, out of Germany have reported that abu th aetoiuhniskilled guidance by exper. editor, author.
theNazs areay hve egu th ~blue-pencilers. But it happened in [-week corresp. course $15. Hollyweood
systematic elimination of the vast ~~America, 1944. . Nonsensorship rtr ntP .Bx07 olwo 8
emaacts as if it were a candidate for army of slave labor imported from
Russia, France, Czechoslovakia and he booby hatch. Frixample: or the Preservation
occuied ounties.NECensors nixed a March of Time





Hairues thupeir saotagesad. e
iodramatization of M. Halsey's tome, f the American
Details oo the story are so ghastly
that they hardly can bebelieed is. Thesok'snthem e S iay oto kiel
Yet the accuracy of the observers Ides"Tebo' hm lssi





themrace off Th nube kille soso farme
has stood up in the past; also the oZrne.,,.Th esr lie BUY Us S. WAR BONDS!
ihe dramatization violated censor
wholesale slaughter methods of the






mate. Absolutel defiite howeverecall
Germans at Lublin is already a mat
e aon the controversial subject angle,








system ofass xecution isOex It is estimated that the imported adwsqoe:"o a a oh ,








plainedn asou follws y uder
slave labor inside Germany totals ce" That









aear list ofkth 15ots20iersosian
about 10,000,000. Either because
shiver. The Bill of Rights has been A Soothin
Hitler fears their sabotage and re- withS hellion, or else because they are a You Snt say ianythi aout i U b A TSa i tcr
ms col take yea rsh ssiuf vaeral rd
drain on Germany's food resources,
tolerance in Germany. Opposing in ts. Get Cri at drug stores or write
machinery has been devised to kill tolerance would only lead to a con- Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville, Teon,
them off. The number killed so far toes ihHte n i wsi
is estimated at around 1,500,000,












handle here.lDoesltheacensor fea
though this is a very rough estimote. Absolutely definite, however,
Is the fact that mass execution de- Glamour is being added to the races for seats in congress by (left) Mrs. Emily Taft Douglas, daughter are shedding their blood while fight.
pots, such as that at Lublin, already ofLorado Taft, sculptor, and wife of Marine Maj. Paul Douglas; (center) Clare Boothe Luce, playwright, and ing intolerance-but an American FOR 0M1101 ACREtS Ala PAIlS0
are set up in various parts of Ger- wife of Henry Luce, New York publisher; and (right) Mrs. Helen Gahagan Douglas, actress and wife of can't oppose it with words. . It
many. These have been. witnessed. Marine Capt. Melvyn Douglas, movie star. seems a censor in America desires N~REU MATISM MB
to erect a concentration camp with
Reason for the cold-blooded a foundation of blue-pencils. Cthde
system of mass executions is ex- anything be more arrogant and danplained as follows by under- I M ud -o W ater gerous?
ground observers havetam fl
come out of Germany: original ap e wrote these
ly, storm troopers were given ewordsafew years ago. They
a list of 15 to 20 Persons and should be memorized by every oe
Ss e ei e-American: "My creed, if I were
volvers in the night. Sometimes asked to define it, would run MeNEII RICO CO., lot. JCKSOI FLO
this included whole families with something like this: I bieve children. So not even the S. S, America became In it we are
meye a d tage of. f erfree-free nervous collapses, had to be aent, to toco our go
men oul tak it The sufere ~ ~ met, seakour ind, tooe-are Coughs
sent to sanitori s. s different anyone.sNo
As a result, the mass execm- ', ece w e g
generous with from common colds
tion system was worked out at our freedom we share our
Lublin, and now at other placer- Irgswh oe hd
riht wih.hsewo.iage That Hzang Onf
It takes only a few men to with us. . Because we hate
handle the lethal chambers, and no people and covet no man's Creomulsion relieves promptly beenough personnel can be found land. Because we are cause it goes right to the eat of the
to perform the gruesome work trouble to help loosen and expel
germ laden phlegm, and aid nature
without becoming insane. because we

















The warth deprten point outeden
Sset no limit to a man's achieve- flamed bronchial mucous mem
LOST BATTALIONS eat; In mine, factory, field, or brakes. Tell your druggist to sell yo


















arm morel tha arouo year ago, ifOf all soldiers in the U. S. army 1 A, service inl business or the arts, derstanding you must like the way it
the most distressed over the war de an able man, regardless of class quickly allays the cough or you are
parrnet'sdeobiizaio pln ae ~ .~or creed, can realize his ambi- to have your money back.


















partments admoitsatit hladr
the men over 35 years of age. They tion. .-. Because we have great t~D~ k ~ K
todream-n became we have smwrUan. h
tn t re tin Coughs ChestColds Bronciti
cause of age. In fact, some of them --I th oporunt tomk hs


















gramdram failed it s nwnces
because of bad health and inability .I.> dram coetb.
to get overseas, may be among the
last~tlo~ tolaeth1ryfolwn1 In Fewer Words: It was easy for
What mWillkie's enemies to hurt his Stranded in camps throughout the t was such a big target.w.a. When
U. S. A., they have become the IW we heard that Wilhiavie passed away WW
"Army's Lost Battalions." Many in his sleep it recalled the tribute
were snapped up by selective serv- (Left). Ten inches of rain inl Assum does not stop the office work of Sergi. Vsrgil C. Adkins, Indianapolis, that was once paid to another famed
ice in the early days of the war d., and Pt. Angelo A. Cupullo, Pittsburgh, Pa., who stand ly flooded tent. (Right). The jeep shown here, American: "Death had to take him
despite deafness, blindness in one mired in the mud of Germany, is getting help from (left to rightt, Corp. Oscar G. Cook, Detroit, Mich.; in his sleep-it didn't have the coureye and shortage of fingers-all at Pvtt. Fred Malmquist, Elizabeth, N. J.; and Sergt. Chester A. Lolek, Lawrenceburg, Ind. The -driver is Sergt, age to approach him while fie was
a time when the army was in a Bernard Newman, Los Angeles, Calif. looking."
rush to get almost anyone. Now
many of these men are doing semi- A short time ago this reporter
menil tasks. e.ratroopers' D s T rough Intrepid Sailorman made public evidence revealing the
At Fort Meyer, Va., one group w- c o i r n e
i s o ae aOur exposes were confirmed by
the National Cemetery. Others count any newspapers and magazines. socks and shirts for the quarter . Now the House Military Af- EN CONSTIPATION makes you feet
master corps, are now becoming t fairs Committee announces that Axis pthuk A the dickens, brings on stomach
psychological problems for the war prisoners have not been cod, Upset, sor taste, gassy discomfort, take





















field before.l' Iaou didn'tn tal touacingl
army. Some found that infirmities died. Eeeeekkkk
oll the trigger on lazy "innards", and
when they entered have become ag elp you feel bright and chipper again. gravated since, but will never be A Federal Grand Jury's report on DR. CALDWELL'S is the wonderful sethe
recognized as having received dis. Philly's recent hate strike reveals laxative contained in good old Syrup Pep.
abilities in service. that 1776 bigots refused to work in to make it so easy to take.
The war department points out .Iwith eight Negro workers. . In MANY DOCTORS use pepsin preparnationt
short: The 1776 Americans-didn't In prescriptions tomake the medicine more
that "theoretically" men over 38 palatable ad agreeable to take. So be sure oad an opportunity to leave th." spirit, yo laxative is contained in Syrup Pepsin
ar eINSISTON DR.MCAYDWELLS-thefavorit
try moo than a y ao f Lovely Paulette Goddard told an ofmilionstorsoyears,andfeelthatwhol
het had job opportunities interviewer: "You can always make some relief from constipation. Eveninicky























Nw Wndsrel Brge astn aernmoney, and if you can't, it doesn't children love it.
apartment also admits that It had
tt e hen ta make any difference." Paulette CAUTION Us only as directed.

























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since the WAC recruiting pro- ny
gram failed, it Is now nees-r j Douglas; ence if you're rich.
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What most impressed alert young. E .; a S Chse A. L c T d world on a tablecloth at Henri's.
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rael littl Peter. Grtk faces.Roseel
Arktansas during his London trip was
thericarmpmiraolpetheBritishinhavelentering the enemy's dsattlelines (the

prdd the burstin ofH Germane 88sa duetMrk b, wURT40
performed during the war. Hays ai wrNews Bldg), where her syndicate is.Peteroupeato HOa ealSHilo
wasArkansasheadoftheF rmasrre le uPe:H. If you Suffer from hot flashes, feel
Security administration before com- aweak, nervous, a bit blue at times
Athe camera holding his thea known stdto the futcthul amiddleing torl cngrs, s traveed wy American paratroopers, landing in field near Arnheme dash forward sleek sailing boat which he races o here on an alcoholiday. . Aatter ag p o women-try
in ura EgladwasamaedbyLoudi to rievemsuc syptalom4 amid the bursting f German 88s. This picture shows that not all Central Park's boat pond, New York a long day and night of making the jeepd ,e Stiham sygtosb landings were made out of range of the Nazis highpower guns. Long- city. Peter hopes to be a real sailor joynts some pals defied the 4 a. Taken reguiariy-Plnkham's CoiasHlrge as thestdabte onexasir' range lens camera was used in order to secure this photograph. when he grows up. curfew and took him to a speakeasy against hs annoing upsptms.
















mixe withe naiv troop andt are ables, toans direc themin inmdenwafr.mnonotTxsoepaissoeo
s which never closes. . The pals Pinkham's Compound Is made
Hay sid "utwit 5,00.00introduced the star as "a police offi. especially for women-it helps nopeople. And it is growing two-thirds Chinese Ca et Pahad iny oundhepro ture and that's the kind of mediof all its food. Chings aaet Parade in Ondi theg waye ou thepro cine to buy! Follow label directions.
Rides Jeepishwon'tke r prietor vigorously shook hands with LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
"h Brihthi worntrtr ecpogd blie
Ing so much food after the warevr"rukatran lpe
Hays says, "but what they're doing $20 into his paw!
with their land right now is miracu- Sous ithe let: At the Zanzi- of 44
b.us. And they like it, even thol c B i
m of. tm n r w d in te bar: "He's the fair-haired boy of
fields before. I didn't talk to a single the foul-ball set." At Versailles:
Her definition of a bachelor is a
"Som ofo Myn' Bestle Friend Are Sold



























































sent them less food and plenty of selfish, undeserving guy who has
cediesThoothme blotfast dinfertilizer and farm machinery. < ceae .o At the Onyx: "Hmf. deel We
They're really proud of what they or
They argue about what kind of a 7 days every
haven't had to eat nothing but hand- peace to give Germany, which has wenvrsopndekdesfle
ouots from this country." w n the onoea e
'Y"__ kiny utcntnly reove cur* 0 idton Heplusfluid, ecress acids and other waste
aE STbn e anend had just matter that cannot stnt in the blood
in about iner headwaiter at without injury to healt there would
be better understanding of whm the
en's. To show Arnold, the boss, wheee system is upset when kidneys fa
.ter J's j t that Buhig swant or tho frequent urinaSa-fh0 poery
to Secretary of State Hull, told him: Burning,'she with o e husler e sg .
"Keep your eyes on this whole sub 7 ' . . gested: "You should get different ifo sometimes warns that something
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fshy eye and then said: b uing a medicine commanded the
hoaney genertin charge of tust- .en have been with me for 20 years. country over. Dian'ghttim-late the fu, busting, w n knte c an A hera u ot ins ae the
ive story of his own. It is a book en- A Chinese battalion passes the reviewing stand during the graduation t t r
titled: "Cartels Challenge to a Free ceremony at Ramgarh Training center, India, where American-equipped King Michael of Romania sits at long as they live." '"Okay," bloton'stodae. T hensoainnth nnl.
World." If you want to understand Chinese soldiers learn U. S. combat methods from American instructors the w heel of a U. S. army jeep, 1saidi the newcomer, "that's your re- At all drug stores.
before they are sent to one of the Chinese-Japanese fronts. The men are while Col. Marshall R Gray, San responsibility. But don't frn c i
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the coming peace may find itsef a mixed with native troops and are able to direct them in modern warfare. Antonio, Texas, expanoeo to help." .Three weeks later h
snared, it's worth reading. Note the goose step style of marching the mechanical fean died from a stroke.




The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla- Friday. November 3, 1944


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THISOR TUSFR:ZoieCoe
Os expected byses hero emlyen wifet toig
deliversoeruffling. Wear one at your next but L esson party and see what a "conversaWNU.RELEASE By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. tion piece" an apron really can'
HSOOf The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago, be. Makes a delightful and unTUESTRYTHS FR:Zoe ore nwsh'dnevr av te curgerun er if. au tratd eras Released by Western Newspaper Union. usual gift, too. Plan on giving your
s expected by her employer's wife to again. But whatever it was that he did only because she invited it. service wife friends a "sweetdeliver some thirty invitations to a tea, made her so meek held her back as He hadn't treated her that way at Lso frNvebr5heart" apron. They'll love them!l but becomes discouraged and cries. ALesnfrNvm r5
handsome stranger comes along, bears it always did, first. He had been as solicitous, as 0*
her story and destroys the invitations. Steve was watching her with con- admiring as Steve was now. Little Lesson subjects and Scripture texts si To obtain complete cutting and finishing,
Herfinc'sgrndater AmialDU1* cern. His blue eyes were dark with by little, because she never protests lected and copyrighted by nt-sin pattern for the Sweetheart Apron (Pattern
Her flanlce's grandfather, Admiral Dun Itratoa
canCouncil of Egis Education; used by No. 5783) send 16 cents in coin your
to accept a job writing his memoirs. Zone?" His voice was so tender attitude. The blame wasn't Paul's. Due to an unusual l and
Zorie's Aunt Hannah endeavors to keep that for a moment she was almost If Steve knew her long enough, he, THE CHRISTIAN AND THE RACE current war conditions, sihy more time
Zorie with her, but Admiral Duncan wins.
Zoe it hrbu dmra Dncn in, sure he had said, not Zonie, but too, would slip into the same atti- PROBLEM is required In filling orders for a few ofl
The handsome stranger, who proves to
be Steve Duncan, brother of Paul Dun- de mo oulr tt u
can, her sweetheart, picks up her suit. she began, and faltered. Zone was so furious at herself LESSON TEXT-Acts 10:9-16. 34 35;S
ases and deposits them on the steamer,17:2428. a GOLDEN TEXT-Of a truth I perceive SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK Samoa. During the night the steamert "They're really very pathetic peo- hear Paul coming along the deck, that God Is no respecter of persons: but In 3A, 30 South Wells St. Chicago.
pulls away from the San Francisco ier, ple," he said, "and putting up a She wasn't aware of him until he every natpoi he that feareth im, and workfor Hawaii. very brave front. They are sad, stopped beside her and spoke. eth righteousness, is acceptable to Him- Enclose 16 cents for Pattern
foro Hawatll.3. 5.Al
_____________________muddled people. Refugees-he from "My God," he said., Lo tAts1:4 5 No-_____CHAPTERParis, she from Martinique. They're you Just look at you I've never Now is the time to really face the Nam
CHPE Ihomeless and almost broke. It's seen you so radiant since I've known race problersi. It must be met, or 57 3Addres.
He was talking about Uluwehi as really a sad story. Winthrop's fa- you! Or your eyes so starry!" America will see more of the reif it were a shrine. Paul had told their was British, but his mother was She started to smile. It was the grettable hatred and violence which her very little about Uluwehi. He French, and he grew up in France. first time in ages that Paul had said has already showed itself.
.ha tld eritwasa howplceWhen the Germans moved in, he such nice things to her. Then she The only satisfactory answer-the
-had told her it was a show place
and she had somehow got the im- lost everything-barely escaped with saw his expression. He was white only right answer-can be found in pression that there was a big red his life." with rage. His green eyes were so the Word of God. On its principles SION OFA
brick house with white columns, Steve was speaking with deep feel- dark they looked black. And his we must build in solving any prob- -1
closely resembling the Ellen Had- Ing, as if he sincerely meant what mouth was thin and hard. lem, and that is especially true with
,cloely Memilibrry but slet i he was saying, but Zonie did not He stared at her. "I was afraid regard to the vital matter of human aden Memorial Library, but set in
vast formal lawns. She recalled believe him. She did not believe the it might happen, but I never relationships. that the full name of it was Uluwehi annswrpahtcpol.Cr draeitwudhpesoft" HwtoSveheR ePobm
E Kai, which meant a profusion of W-what?" Zone stammered. 1. Pray (10;9). Cold Preparations as
growing things by the sea. *-. Something was terribly wrong, but So often we struggle and plan and_______________growing things by the sea.
"The house is built in a cove," she could not guess what it was, work, and last of all we pray. That
:Steve was saying, "with the moun- "No," Paul said in a brittle voice should be the first thing, not the
tains coming down sheer on each "You can't realize how obvious it is last. It was as Peter prayed that he
.side. The front yard is a big lawn -how you've gone overboard f saw clearly the need of a changed Panty Apron
shaedby als. eynd heli attitude toward the Gentiles. OTESSun aprn whdicheer
shaded by palms. Beyond them P "Who?" Zoe wailed. Doubtless some Gentiles would
a reach shdes off fro ja "Who!" he mocked her. He looked also have a changed attitude it's a big 20-inch heart made o
cific which shades off from jadegren t brghtblu an dep pT-angry enough to strike her. "All- toward the Jews, if they really two thicknesses of red organdie
green to bright blue and deep purple. Behnd the huse is hillsid ~ ~ riht!" he napped."Let me tell prayed about it. In fact, all of our n frle wih hteogdi
ple. Behind the house is a hillside yuacul ftig elce rjdcsbsdo ae reL
covered with purple bougainvilleaaa
-covredwit puple ouginvileto mention about this big glamorous nancial or social position would look
at some seasons, and yellow trum hear.
pet flowers at others."
"Yes." Zorie was really thinking y cttejudces efon rard muy
more about Steve's deep, caressingyou might e m w Cnern eto
voice than she was about what he discretion! You've asked for it-and children (and grown-ups), tolerance,
was saying. It was a rich voice. here it is!" all these are good; but let us not
:She was seeing him, leaning against He paused a moment. She had forget to pray, and to do it first.
-a almtre wih aguiar nd innever before seexi Paul really lose 11. Listen to God's Word (10:10-16).
a palm tree with a guitar and sing- *t7
Lng old Hawaiian songs to her. his temper. He could hardly articu- Peter had a special vision, an unHisfatershekne, ad eena ''.-"~late, he was so furious, usual revelation from God. 'We no
His father, she knew, had been a
l~~~nited~~I Sttsnvlosrei "My lovely big brother is nothing longer need such a direct communi- ~I~i
TUnited States naval observer withR I E 01 S
theBriishflet. e hd gne ow ___ ~ ~ less than a Nazi spy I If he isn't now, cation of God's plan and purpose, for
the British fleet. He had gone downbenHesbea"FlGrisreratods- e*
with the Invincible in the Battle of j., he certainly has we have the written Word of God,
Jutland. and the Living Word has come in 0 Kllg' Rim Kispies equal the
kicked out of the United States NavythpesnoCri. a
"Uluwehi's fallen on bad ways tepro fCrs.woerp ri nnal l h
since grandmother's death," he was for insubordination. He went skulk- What we need now is to read and
saine grandohery's l eath"ke was and sulking off to Germany and to hear the truth of that Word-and protective food elements declared Ii,
an bin te ldplcebak oldre turned Nazi! But even they got fed then to heed it. Everywhere in the essential to human nutrition
saying. "I hope you'll take hold g
,and bring the old place back to life. i!Wyd o ups
We used to have wonderful times o youmspp Bible we find the declaration o
threluusad anesan ig 1 they kicked him oua fGemn? man's equal rights. We learn that " 'Z u~
there-luaus You now, you r Paul hesitated. Zone saw sweat God hates discrimination or pejubeach parties. You know, you remind me of her pictures when she running down his face, dice, that no nationality is unclean
se-'Because he was having an affair (v. 15) or unworthy of His grace and was a girl. She had the same se- 11 V
rene way about her you have. It's with one of Goering's girl friends! of our fellowship.
very comorting t a man. e need Paul!" Zonle protested. We know these things are In the IiINIS FOR *10 AER .A'adr
very comforting to a man. We need odr
someone like you, Zorie. I hope It's all true! And that's the kind Book; why do so many of us fail M fi sA
you'll like us." The breeze was cool on her of man you prefer to me!" to listen to its message? We are
The music had stopped. He cheeks. A moon was rising off the He wheeled away and strode down bound by it whether we listen or not, stepped away from her, holding his stern, the deck. Zone turned and looked so had we not better listen and
hand lightly under her elbow, to bal- tainly, Amber wasn't pathetic. She at the moon, which had unrolled obey? R etw
,ance her against the slight roll of was a selfish, cocksure, arrogant h oe rer esecia beft p e 10:34, b G P yeast with



tesi.gr.Winthrop Lanning was suave the1 ocanfr e epcilbeeittheOlyI
the ship. gr.pe 1:4 5.tUfIS snsya
Miss Lanning saw her, stared at and cold and dangerous. They did How much of what Paul had said "God is no respecter of persons. vielehno
'her and smiled coolly; then she saw not have the look of sad, muddied was true she could not know. She W c z'Ae w
Steve and her smile promptly be- people. didn't want to believe any of it. But Wy a w Tee sion literallmmensaecevinghtan, lciPing thingg.,~ ,u
came a bright, living thing. She wondered who the man was one of his accusations, she realized, face," that is, judging or evaluating 2 tSbhesPe 2cr c-ps
She waved at Steve. Secar- who had been standing outside her was true. In spite of what she knew him not by what he has proved him- I besconD us stenlntri
roled: "Stevie!" stateroom door lighting a cigarette -over the protests of all hen In sf to be, but by his outward 2 sP ga snolog. ano add
Zorie's heart was climbing into -the short, powerful-looking, slop- stincts-she had fallen in love with e the l on his f c e
her throat. For a moment she Ing shouldered man she had seen at Steve. God is interested in man's heart Solve Y ,en t
thought she would faint. Her one the bar with Mr. Lanning. Zonie returned to her stateroom to and what is in it (I Sam. 16:7). We --eggsad letrsed"a ~inoder"a te oven at
wish was to be out of this room.find that someone had gone through ci
Steve was dancing ov tom, spent Stofe lif in "at her trunk! She had disarranged should do well to follow His lead- t houet m,
and they were dancing over to meet n sh wa rien out ing and not be controlled by the

whnthings a little when she had dressed, dress, the race, on the position of .a Moves. 16
Steve. The four of them formed a Martinique went to Vichy."
slowly shuffling huddle in the middle "I suppose," Zone said, trying to Things that had been on the bottom Note the basis of acceptance with of the floor. control the quaver in her voice p
The man with Miss Lanning was "they're old friends of yours." tude toward Him. No matter what
staring at Zorie with half-lidded "In a way. I'm awfully sorry for a man's color or race may be, the
eyes. His smile made his eyes even them." terindot lavenostoeintunesfsdchn
more sinster. "here didyou mee them?" On top of the jumle of the grceounikis esssa
morereach him, and bring him into ac"I heard you were aboard," Miss contents was the carbon of a thesis
Lanning said, and her dark eyes been hiding with friends in Canne Zn ad cpied sevral yerao IV. Recognize God's Authority
and her smile and her voice all and he'd just got across the border. It wa seemed to sparkle. I met Amber when we reached New of the Retooling of the Waffenfabnik (
God made the world. He rules the
Her partner said, in a suave, cul-KrpPlnfo cesdWatm
He prtersadina uaecu-York. She'd just got out of Marti- Krp ln o nrisdWrieworld and all that Is in it. He is -/
tured voice: "It's awfully nice to Production.
se ouaaiStpen"ig ersn w ithhrsn't She a ham Zonie had saved it because she above man, and it is He who gives
see you again, Stephen."Inpesin'sh?
"Miss Corey," Steve was saying. "Isn't she?" Zone echoed, had thought, for a while, that she man the very breath of life.
"Miss Lanning-Winthrop Lanning." was in love with the young r-an who That being the case, we all stand
"Weknw ac ohe," mbr uese alnso Nt as' Whyr wer had written it. He had been on en- on the same level-we are equal be- FLEISCHMAN' S FAMOUS RECIPE BOOK NEWLY REVISED FDA WARTIME!
"We know each other," Amber ges eeas ai.Wywr oeHm
Lanning said with no enthusiasm. they on this ship, going to Ha- gineering exchange student-a Ba- feip ad fo yourre a
"We have the same cabin, wail? But why, most important of vaian, blue-eyed and flaxen-haired Everything God made was (and abincy .o yoei"n
"I think we almost met earlier," all, was Steve being so solicitous, so who had, after his experiences in Is vised "The Bread
Winhro Lanin sad. e ws sillkin, s swet o hrthe new Germany, loved everything means that He knows nothing in His Bakt"Doen of esy Addes
Winthrop Lanning said. He was stillkidsosetthelrofoegopbigdpsd i.8orrasol,
staring at Zore. Amber Lanning, smiling and beau- American. He was an ardent anti- na ouesrtS. Addresa Stand.
It was his eyes, under their partly tiful was coming across the deck Nazi. lowered lids, that Zorie would re- tow The stateroom door seemed to s in a mse race Grn Ct A .
member-so cold, so knowing, so "St he c y burst open. Amber Lanning cama All men are of one family (v. 26).
questing that they frightened her are you gon to ak mefon in, humming loudly. Zone closed It is God's Word. Let us believe it,
with their betrayal of the life he dance?" her eyes, played possum
had led. Their voices hardly reached That was the way, Zone thought "Asleep?" Miss Laning cried, the members of our own
her brain. All that she could cope Zone said nothing and kept hen eyes We all know how disgrace
envouly todothng. B gy.Befights are, and how they hur.ol with just then was the stupendous sure. Be bold. If she lived to be shut. fact that Steve knew these people, Miss Lanning slammed the door, it possibly be any different in the
that he was on the friendliest of courage to walk up to a man in that switched on the light. Humming, fail terms with them. occasionally breaking into clear Ing, and together work for God's 1 4< A
She wondered if she could have dance. She could, if she wished, prano words, she undressed, hung glory! We can do it-for we maybeen mistaken-if this dark-faced hen things, turned out the light, V. Count on God's Nearness (17:
man with his evil eyes was the man arrogant young woman. She could and went to bed. 27,e28). children fight and
she -had seen in the green sedan. assert her proprietorship, and Steve While resenting the very presence S t But it was only a passing doubt. ure eas hyko ahrDW
Buth i was otan ae passigdut would have, to decline, as gracefully Of this rude, selfish girl in the same qurebcasthyko fterD ntW t
She was certain he was. And Am- as possible, to dance with Amber room, Zonefell asleep. and mother are away and will not
ber Lanning was his niece. Planning. She was awakened by a persistent hear or punish. Well, God is not
The ship rolled. Steve and Zorie irregular thurbping against the foot far away. He is "nearer to us than Weather Comes!
were carried away from the Lan- to Zone, "don't mind my stealing Of her bed. breathing, nearer than hands and
nings. Zorie felt suffocated. Steve him for a moment." A bar of moonlight was shining feet." In Him we (and that means
was looking at her with grave solici- "Oh, no," Zone said effusively through each of the portholes. The all of us) "live and move and have tude. "I have some things to attend to. door of the closet at the foot of her our being."
"Do you feel the motion?" I'll see you later, Steve." bed was open. Miss Lanning had He is here; let us not act as
"Will-will you take me out of "Thank you," Steve said, but he evidently left it unlatched, and each though He were far away. But above Model 520 If you aced new heating equipment, don't wait
here?" she answered. said it hesitantly, and he was watch- time the ship rolled, the door swung all, let uis recognize His nearness until cold weather comes to get it. See the amaIng
"Wilwil youa take meRIN outl oftrwhl ou el
Steve took her firmly by the elbow. ing he with tender solicitude, al- and thumped the end of Zoe's bed. as our life and strength, the One She glanced up at him as they left most with reproach, as if he ns- She got up and closed it. She who enables us to live as we should has it in stock.
the floor. He looked as if nothing gretted her not asserting her righ~ts. tried it. The latch held. She went with one another. We need His grace Amazing Interior Construction-Only in WARM,
had happened on was happening. When, she wondered bitterly, as back to bed and to sleep. She was for that purpose. Let us count on it. MORNING will you find the amazing interior conthe oss ed as if tothilgthey walked away, would this stop? awakened sometime later by the "We are all His offspring," that is, gt s ucirearobecheat entoh
ad aned o was Where would it end? When would same thumping. It was hard for her
ing her face with the tender solici- She bestir herself and stop letting to realize that Miss Lanning-"She's billion we made ourselves the is te of hands of users thgo ri.
tude of a lover, everyone use hen for a doormat? a charming person, isn't she? Lots "children of disobedience" (Eph. fields 100 Lbs. of Coal-The WARM MORNING
The breeze was cool on her hot Her meekness was nothing but a of fun," Steve had said-would de. 5:6; Titus 3:3). But we may (and requires less attention than most furnaces. Burns any
cheeks. A moon, a little past full, habit into which she had fallen years liberately get up and open that door many of us have) become the true kind of coal, coke, briquets. Semi-automatic, nagawas rising off the stern, ago. The people who took advan- to spoil her sleep. But Zonie was children of God by faith in Jesus -zinc feed. You need start a fire but once a year.
In a moment," Steve said in his tage of it-the Professor Folsomes, rapidly learning that Miss Lanning, Christ our Lord (John 1:12). As IHeats all day and all night without refueling. The,
deep musical voice, "it will lay a sil- the Mrs. Folsomes, the Aunt Han- as well as being charming and lots such, we are all brethren be. home is WARM eery MORNING regardless ofthe,
ver carpet all the way across the nahs, the Pauls, the Admiral Dun- of fun, was a female fiend of infinite loved, eager for our fellow's good 1110Alips weather. Equipped with automatic draft controL
ocean for 1your espcia benefit."-~v do ho o -1th d~ioca .fryour especial benefit." cans-had no respec-t for her, resources and with the unswervin1 and for God's glory. 8.~ ft ,~ of the gvrr WAMMRIGC al l the adv(-8;3
5771 =de N.
She wanted to question him about He meekness, Zoe realized, was determination of a pile-driver. I Ci
tlhe Lannmings. If she didn't c~i a fault that, if not connected would (TO 13E CONTINUED) c',__,_o;_LOCKETOVE__________ 14_W.______ St._KnsasCity_6,_M_








ioUx THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1944

T) ON IELO N W ro pe rtv descrIIb ed1 In sorbch erti1ficattePI (oi itec I who sh kIIIa I (I ,If fi ce to r doctrine the nomnine, flr any% office HL Precinct No. 5Vl1 Jim :--- --- ,----~ ".
iefrtT~ yin, the month of Dec- heiein providedf for, receiving a mia- 'I'T, following are hereby appointedi Wjrick, Inspectors and S. V. Coxet- i I
PUBLISHED EVERYf FRIDAY emTbe,, 1944.,twhich is thle 4th, dayof. 1jority of thle votes, cast for thle said nispectiors and Clerk of said Plim~a,11 The "Right to Work"
-____-_____-_____ Dcembeor. I1544. office shall be doclaredl the nocmiee for lection: Thos. L. Foo. Mrst. HI T. ter, Clerk.
MOTCELiDVnISR Dted Ithilist, day of Novembr, tiesaid office. ttoberts, C. L. Jmos, Inspectors, and Precinct No. 6 i
M NIEtaLise 1869TSE 1944. 'To dert the expenses oif this elecl- John Coreton, ClerkT. T. G. Bishop, Howard McClellan, Amendment .%imply guaran- I
(Calshd169WICUIT COURT SEAL) Iti!on ,every candidate for nomination CHS.A NOEGET John Cureton, Inspectors and Thorn-I
MONTIELLO ONSTTUTIO : CYDE H SAUS ,:,olknyoffie li~ehi roviteesoallal workersl wthers rightihtto
MONICLL CO.IUINCYEH ATS la to this Commrittee at the tim.e of (Ihrmn. Democratic Executive Committee as Folsom, Clerk.-I
Established 1873 1"Clerkf of Circit Court of Jeoffi-rson tfilingi qualification statement the sum tlt:T(lBIHPreicNo71 emoy nt w thr hy
Changed to vointly, Fridfa. 'of i3.00 dlollars excetA candidates for At!t .G IHPPeic o
No. 7. ov.1-1017-4-1" 1.[tie ofi~cof ounilwho salPyMermbel of Comm"ittee.ThmsAlgo, lfe Ducn
MONTICELLO NEWS-1903 o.17 v -1-72 -Dec-1 the sul or $2.00). shl No. 12. Nov. 3-10-17-24-1),,. 1 dtoma spl od, alfrd C.D.nan gi bln to a union or not.I
!NOTICE I' clry candidate for- nomination of Ed Iitr npcosan .D o- bln
anyh office berm, P~rovided for,- shall ---- ris, Clerk.-.
I.KEATHLEY BOWDEN .liifIo 01t -rl a sotatement in writing, signedNO I EPeicNo811
Eteitorc Fotty lotidla, Novcloher with hits or her signature, with the N0T CECA Prcnto.8It will put an end to
Edito 1, 1944. Commlittee on or before twelve o'clock C. Walker, Charlie Brock, Isham i
Enteed t Mntiell Pot Ofic toNotice is thereby gien thatr pursuanit noon. Novembher 18, 1944 before the At a regular meeting of tile Board Bishop, Inspectors and W. A. Dutton,
Entre atMotiell PstOffcetoSection 9 of Chalter iS296,i Laws 01 Prmmari Election, of County Commissioners held Oct- Clrk the evil practice of forcing
as Mail matter of the Second Class FIborid'c Ats of 10377. knownh as thle No onh Canl lote or take part tin the lrk
______________________Mutrphy Act. tlie fllowing desctribed proceedings of stich P'rimary Electiott obfer 4th, A. D. 1944 the following Precinct No. 9 workers to pay some union I
ld in 0efferson Cunty, Florida, will ,x ho is not under thle ordinatin .,f thle persons were appointed as Inspectors W. T. Timmons, John Beaty, Gordon Telephone ---------138-B he "offered for sanle at public outcry for Town of Mfonticello, Florida, a lawful and Clerks to serve at the General Husn Inpctr an .L hae, oelodfra"emt e
---- ~~the highbest and best cas~h hill 1. sict I ob.tr and rt tltorised to vote in the usn npcos n .L hal,. oerodfra"emt e
OFFICE OF PUBLICATION toI thle right of the, Trttssvee uf the Itn- Annutal Mfunicipal Election, nor doe., Election to be held on November 7th, Clerk.o
News Building Dogwoo~d Street tea nal itul)rOviro, et'']tt] inl reject 1(t lintend to supp~ott thle noinees Of A. D. 1944. Prcic NoIoete cngta b
-___________________________ any and all bids, at the Courthottse, the Democratic Party itn this Primnary, rcnc o 10I toetyca gta'jb
begtnningr at 11:00 o'Clock -A. Ill. ott tit thle ensuing Anntual Municipal Elec- Precinct No. 1 C. L. McClellan, Barney Busbee, .I
SUBSCRIPTION RATES the 4th, day of December, 1944. Ease,- tion, noio, asnt actually resided with- Fred Boyd, Pasco Porter, A. C. R. Roberts, Inspectors and J. R. "IiS SM L

Six Monthis-------------- 1.00 through91 xV1011 th err' is an existing immediately prior to said Primary Clerk. Precinct No. 11
Three Months------------- .75 tate Roadand as to land fin coniosite Election,.ok fte on Lri Precinct No. 2 Rec1onWlim, ahnKly l AMERICANISM" I
hlof acroe r more ile to "Onie Tu regstrtio Hundley, E. W Hart, Reebert Connell, Inspectors and Ek H.11
half~ ~~~~~1 ofalptoe I n he-or of Monticello, Floridla,. shalt bel opened
I I o ther nmnrrals wil b sevd. from Noe.bet 4tll 1944 to Novecmber Fagliet. inspectors and Jim Lacy, ,Groom, Clerk.,o mnmn o
K t e i eT e te Inl I. & Mdii. Pt. of This committee shall compile thle Clerk.nc No. 12
Katherine~ ~ ~~~~~~~N of Dcsripia S. o p. ID Arecins N4h194o1.hdy ncuiercicoe5
____________________ E o Nti fresults, of said Primary Election ,as PrcntnO imon Poppell, Susie Bradshaw, J. Nov. 7thI
R.f. bounded on ; sloto by the return ns of the Inspector s. Will Barrett, Frank Barnes, E. J. H Garett, Insetor and Mrs. Olilie!I
SUN. & MON.-Nov. 5-6 North by SA.L. 11y., declare the samei, and certifyv to thle peorW
Action,'l Romnc ancrma o aet by Toxx'n ,Coutncil the namesf of those nini Wooten, Inspectors and Franklin) o'Neal, Clerk. I
AtoRmneadDaa W. P. Shelley, on 1 mated for tile offices pid ted for here- Wooten, Clerk, C. JI RE M
South by M. D. Walk- in, xvhich shall cause thle names of such .J E M lt. --,,--.-,,- ,Southli a n b M.i Dli t b alk-nomne s to e ililaed on, the officiitt Precinct No. 4 1 Chairm an Board of County C oin-
The Su],alove onEat, by 210 IN :1,4E b.mn Mmallo tb e lec~dtioeeun.,Ai Leonard Green, Marvin SseA. mnrissioners Jefferson County, Florida. NO IC OFZ E TO
w ith~~ Lt C oles' A d ,, to M onticello. A Second Prim ary shall e 'held on In p ct r an M l t e t L D S U S l r T O t ilc S ie ,f of Jef person C ounty,


Anne Baxter and Thomas Mitchell Lot 9 Ucts -Add, to Monticello. 'D),ecmberl 15th 1944. rt noeessary, to ligood, Clerk. jNo. 9-Oct. 20, 27 NoT 3, 1944. o h tt fFoia
Lot 11 Dilworthsq Add, to Monticello Io ieSac fFoia
Latest News March of Time Urtistees- of the 0Interal Im~lrove- ----- -- _-- ,. ---- -------- ---- Be it Ki ownfl, That 1. B. A. Gray,
I ~ment ],find of the o tol .1' IlF.lorin
TUS.& VE.-ov 78 1i1CE OF ELECTION ninth On9to and Forty-first 141sto Dint- That me following amendment of See, S cl'elal'y of Stale of the State of
ES. & ED- v.-81 Ci,'tDyr H. SALS, Aaetut 'Ilittees 'AS I'he Legislature ot 1943, tIlts shall be elected for a term of tin 24 of Article In of the Callsti- Flol'idll do litoe'y gnve notice that a .
I .(,u~ucTNo. I ~Ndx.-le i-17-4-],,'tiecI the Constintton of 1885. Of the four ears and the Senator from the tution or the State of Florida, relating GENERAL i LECTION
kJVYiIn Itm tIJhnnyI Nes O.;101-41eII of Florida dild pals 10 Joint Reso- Fortieth 40th) District elected for a to uniform County and municipal COYwith~ ~ th*nresSstr cc,~~ in oropolsine amendments to the term of two years from the time of eminent and the classification of will be heltl inl Jeff'erson County,
CARTOO SHOR NO'I'('l' e o'.oe wer as-red to v a vte ofafter said Senators shall be elected for hereby agreed tol and shall be sub- sr 'thgI'til't.otdyiNOx'cARTOON SHORTTOAVX F:Zlli 11V- ill,[-:(TIOAN- -VFWE ,',th ~ ow. all. tho memer eletedo a ternm of four years except in case of mitted to the electors of the State si":,(l '[. is odyi
----- -Ic"lh, hofe at the mees enesaid v~acancy in office, of Florida at the General Election of .tt'Il'V ". 1). 9-i-I, t1he Said Tuestday
T'he Denuicti IR I ectttive cout ,tticnhho:ta th voetere n dFiein office Secretary od state Representatives to be held in 1944 ~.l eet a fNvme
THURS. & FRI.-Nov. 9-10 teo h oof2lii11, lhLI eooonwr etrdupnJune 14. 1943. for approval or rejection; that is to 1'mltedt States Senator from the
tae a yi eelo h ,al ox P,! lotleTetnt" lIti 'heft espective Journals, with the 7eas say tha Seto 24o.ril l
James Cane in heex al a lcint Ianv, thereon and they did detersytaseio24fArclIn f
held ot, ill, .ili da oxcf Lt-nlo 'tih. 19 44. m nIn si dorect that the said Jboint A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing to the Constitution of the State of Flor- .i ttlc or I'ldtil, for six years from Tio-1 I11," ,'.-lx c io for t i l, n'Oniilte A It h eetr mend Section 21 of Article V of the idhe amended so as to read 3s f.1- Jain. 3, 19)43o.
i~t IlTatio A T'x-uiiti'y l~to,- forn tfie o Il theStte -1 'he General Election I1, Constitution of the State of Florida Re- lows: oLih(8PrsdnfiLltr.
ititio oft~tici lit x or Poxttoffces"Ker 1944 facing to Justice Districts and Inutces Section 24i. The Legislature shall 0'igt() rsieiaElco.
Also Cartoon, News and War Picture he otid thel tutue I brely ea'tod, to ,,,, "Olw T!EREFORE I. the A.ce GRAVprIetalo o hr
bet idiith o lnvi Hall11 in01tclo erwo "tute of the State of Florida, BE IT RESOLVED Bli THE LEGIS- and municipal government, which shall tCon't'essionitl D~istrict of the Stale
SATURDAY ONLY-Nov. 11 Flord4. o the 5th day of Deceember I 'r ,,, offentie that a LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: be applicable, except in cases where of Florida, .n the Seventy-ninth
'iThat t ,1 I tliv atx election shall tbe GENERAL ELECTION That lthe following amendments to Seo- local or special laws are provided, or
RIDING tONTECNO i n ,)In eac .County In Florid ion 21 of Article V of the cosiu a eefe epoieb h e-Congiress of the United States.
RIIG O NTH ANO eldl iii ,ll rt'si'rts, in cotifumtt xxill "'m Tuepsdsv next succeedingl the first tion off the State of Florida be and Islature that may be inconsistent there- For' Gover'nor oif the Stale of Florwith Roy Rogers doing the singing thle troviitu ill th,, ,Act, inl, thi ,, Laxx n 4ovember. A U. lq44. thme the same Is hereby agreed to, and the with. and shootin'. ary Electionis Inl so ni ts a-id provi- I 14-as v being the same shall be submitted to the qjual- riled ia Office Secretary of State ida.
stns co ie ade toap, hn otI SEVENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER fled electors at thle general election in June 10. 1943. 11O Fc llra.tt f ie tt
Also-i SOSOcTEPONES fic tte ofFit ida" nycituingt icliiiq tile ratification or rejection of the 194for ratification or rejection.ofFria
no conl xti holoiun cte -"I *l'int Resolutions Proposing amend- "Section 21. There shall be not .ore A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing to ill, Attornley (Jeneral of the State
____________________________atd 'eitatos I 'oento to the Constittioni of the State than five Justice Districts in each Amend Section Six .and Sectin Seven
, O O~ O .- -- c "' I'llI s a ti ouli Pue thEfllto tgi 'I 1"'-is ,, County, and there shall be elected one of Article XVIII of the Constitution of "If .lotlidtt
.- fici'ns titol-. l'l'til& Ire' n ore -t-'- Justice of the Peace for each Justice the State of Florida Relating to do, i'i' otprolli' of the Slate of
I -slal & Tax Collc,i a n- 'essr k .iOIN RESOLUTIO19 proposing the District who shall hold office for tour Term of Office of Persons Appointed ; Floirida.
-momn of Secio 1 of ses" Article TX yearsi. Existing Justice Districts are or Elected to Fill Vacancies in Elec- 'i ies e i h lt fFo
Should, aIesn bnexhosalhldofc o tu er h Conotitfution o# Iiia Relating hereby recognized, but the Legislature five Offices Under Said constitution. fi ipsrro h il fFo
i urdt a rbt oa 'Thlic Iiueniiiers of tlie C"ouni vI, 'adTion may. by special Act, from time to time. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLA- Ida.
qure t aytrbtetoa I hall hold office for two 0 xeatsl" Thuree I S f IT RESOLVED) gy rug-fEO.IS Change the boundaries of any such Dim- T EOF HESAEO FL ID:For Superintenident of Public illtiuon oelod fr ebr, of the IDenuoitie IxEcuitixe I TURs' OF' THEF STATE OF FLORIDA: trict now or hereafter established, and That the following amendment to See- l''t'hpth SieofFrda
"In", ____________________ I .'tetioi' mnmn oSe may establish new or abolish any suc tionc 6f and Section of oflrtileda.I
"Rgh to Work Article Ixof the Constitution District now or hereafter exising 6f Ihe ctttion 7Of Ate S Vtt fli'CitiiStc'o giutr
"Rgtt-ok? Floridieatitotsnhad Provided however that sany such Oflrd bean the ComnsIit'utren of the State of F ia ltcarofda. rclt
CH I"'~F reatn to taato he anrdde adte-ne shrb
1,111 &'.~1 SOAP E 4 I-' 'ue nerehv agereed to and ,hall changes shall be submitted to the agreen to. and thep sam"e -ofl e subShul a.pouite t beu rie-or'o !la- people Of any County so affected, by .atd t the aie -,,orI oc thsubTw-2 usie f h u
Shud ero hr- rETAIL t',hOCIES If yui, wxhole- ."' "ord for relilao or rhej"tion referendum at the nex ensuing general Sated o Floraidaford r-esn or the- prt Thie o (2itI ~ of the Staeoulrd.
,Ieid e tifsm0,eb'inelection.lcina h nex etiggnraelcFor Ote() alodCmmsin
qluired to join a uion 1 ale grocer 'can' t ,titply yott \ ytit '1 '" e's (teo 5Tleoor to. he held Fie nofc ertr Sae tion tat the neto s e Thiections 6l
xx'~stitx tuxycer tic huotx -To, as11,~ follows one1.93 and 7 of Article XVTIII of -the Cqp- tt, of thle Statbe of Florida.
'oaps lcrio 1 ,Ti-e' an ttireshl Prto- sitution of the state Of Florida he For Olne Memlier of the House of
Moreooseue enil 1 G N R Ltre PROUCT g oa ,,,i__ -,c-1 that 'Is, ma nrvide A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing in amended to read asl follows. -e~'slttve fte Sae o
ment ? i Morlric, Oeorgi'r 'Pedacl 'ate ort rate' n ,ntangihle Amendment to Article V of the Con- "'Section 6. The term of office 'or li'ueitla ie;o w Sae o
"'onortv hot "tch special rate or rate' stituttion ot Florida by adding thereto alapibe ofl ~rrht n ioii
,--.-i.l o s exceed two, mills on the d.ot an Additional Section Relating to thealaponestfilvccesnan
-- o tle -Ord,''afi O Election of Soate AttoresJugso of thle elective offices under this Con- For Cottnty Judge.
",oi Crmia Cohet aofse "ulnatin Juge ofic ,tittion shall tend onlv to the first Fi hrf'
J h IH -O-WR Ilnoihte ore' provided that Is CrmntCut fRcord and County Fueda aftrhhefistModa.i
The RIGT TO- WORK I LIVE STOCK AUCTION SALE I anf" ntutigttiooo "'cured by ,art. Solicitors except the Judge and So- Jlauary neafter the lectio sod FoiCekonh CictCut
i A enmen, o. o yor BRNGYOU HGS"'l, rit of itn" or ,ther flenfthe [lictoer of the Court of Record Of Es- JimavIFcT Of, h eleccossnr. Fo'i Plrofte Cli'cit Couty
In '-isisuire ,,uss pr.erbe 'so mn. cambia Countyl,.and Providing for fill" n"Section of. In,,,,, all casesti, Atorey election
ballot Nov. '7th if approved oScto 51' li. o1 not mCr tha twelelgcaanisinayifsuhofte
I Prior t,, the Fo oeta nLgVcn irst Tayo uesda afterte to fill vacancies, in office s,,ch election Courlt.
AND CATTLEE le ADTOTTL hall411 bfilfor thatib ,aplhrtrirof ththestTuedayaftired halForf. fCouiitvoftheAssessoior'oun% ofsesTr o es.s
will GUAANTEE th o11Il on the tolr ime l sll b. First Monday In January. 1949. by Ap- term commenciengon the first Tiie'dsv F~'TxCletr
-''Ici t the, oter such iorae. posotment by the Governor and .o-atrhefst onain.nui'net For-Ta Co ll'SueiteoenoPb
IRgtt-ok tee every trslrohrle soe firmation by the Senate. -a ftr th elct11onda nJmavcs
I~T "oted for recordation. said tax to beafesuhlctoerCunS)Li
"nRgt-to-Wor o every-s MO TC LO T C -, lie" of aill other intangible ilssess- BE IT RESOLVED BY TH'E LEGIS- Filed in office Secretary of State lic Instruct on.
one regardless o unions. j ---ets on s it'h nhtielran, The special LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: June 12. 1941.Fo FieCtn'Cmlisne.
"ste ,Is rates, nr the taxes Wolected That Article V of the Conostitution of -_orFve_____Cmisines
Auction every Monday, and get 'I ,loom m a, he portioned hes the the State of Florida be imended by Foi' OIe Miber Of the, County
"I1SSM L highest market prices. Sale l eoislaciiire ',11 be e,"Insive of adding thereto an additional section A JOIN'T RESOLUTION Proposing to
""IT other Stat Conty. District and to bie known as Section 47 of said Ar- Amend Section 5. Article VIII of the lBoarit of Public instruction.
I AMERICANISM" I starts 2 P. fin. Monticello Stock i 'numicinal taxes. and ,hall prescribe ticle, relating to the election of State Constitution of the State of Florida For I Justice of the Peace in and for
i I ards J. 1. Hlwkiis gr. I ,itch regulation' so shall ',,,,rp a lost Attorneys. Judges of Criminal Courts relating to Cocuti Commisrstoners
t'sllitto of all property. both real of Record and County Solicitors tex- 13E IT RESOLVED BY THE LFGIS- the following' .ustice Distrlets, Viz.:
SVote for Amiendmnent No. 5, 1 11 id personal cep1ting sitch oropetv cept the Judge and Soicno of the LATURE OF THE STATET OF FLORIDA' No. o, No'. 11, No. 9.
I ~Nov. 7th n T F ielpal education. iterary. 'cientific, and the aice is hereby agreed to. and the Constitution of the State of Flor- 1Wo'Jsio ititvz:N.5
-__RW_1nfiu rei~b,,o,.s shall be submitted to the electors of Ida relating to County Commissioners It'x~Jsielircs 'z:N.5
SIi Appiroved be the Governor Mayl 20. the State of Florida for ratification or be and the same Is hereby amended. No. S, No. 9, No. 11.
:o e-. -*-*1 -liii- -- -- 1943~di fieSceayo tt rejection at the General Election to and as, amended Is agreed to and 'ball L. S. Ill Thestilloliy 'WVhereof, I
Noic of .alcti ieTl e, -me ,Zl -----o tr be field on the first Tuesday after the be submoited to the electors of the aehrut'stnyhn
N-ie---pletonio''':rDe t May 20 194.1. first Monday in November 1944. as fall- State of Florida at the general elec-hae rudostliy an
I I I____ lows: tiat of Representatives to be held in anld affixed thie Great Seal of
House Bill -No. 1862 ,,, When our fighting men A JOT RESLUIO PrpsnJfteCimnlCutufadge 1944 for approval or rejection. That teSaeo tTl
,Notice is 'lem'eby given, thiat Joli 'hl readUIO asmtan follows:. tnsAtm e heSae fFordatTl
Groover ithe, holder of thle followxitng return are they going to be i: an Amendment to Article 7. Section 3.onySlcios(xet h ug n eonra as lof ArticeVI.a mne Sa) lase h aiati
fa ato dedtobeisue teron Foia thelCntiion of teSaeOf S, affcir of the Court of Record of "Section 5. There shall be one the twetity-fiit (lay of Augcertificate ha failed said cetpifiae Florida.
fan a ed ob sud tyere on. I of PAY fo a I I eativ to Cmensusg aetin Apor- esecambi Countyl shall hereafter be County Commissioner in each of the Iust, A. D. 1944.
The certificate numbers ami yer I1I cmes ratomn.b mnigScin3o lce by the qudifled electors of their five County Commissioner's districts .A GRY
islutul"', tle delelf~tu Of he p~cf- I said Article so as to Designate Osceola respective judicial circuts oar Counties in each county, which districts shallR.A GAY
issuma fnd the descriin ofwhe itt,,a- PER MIT TO WORK? a -nd Okeechobee Counties as ona Seon' as other State and County ofcials are be numbered one to five Inclusive, and Secretary of State.
estLanahriaasi x'ici twSta District. Designate Brow ar d elected.shlbeT Ho.AS.GailhrffJfi.
assessed ate as folloix's: i I Clount's as a Senatorial District and "Tefrteeto fStt tony hl eastlnarly as possible equal T o iai hrf efr
Certificates No. 199 -"h iaelcinoSteAtrey.In proportIon to population. The
Year' of Issuance Auguist 4, 1941 i Will they be FORCED to I eisicnate Calhoun and Gulf Counties JdeofCinaCursfRcrdBoard of County Commissioners In the soft County.________Description of Property: Pt. Boll, XS ,S trlDsrc.Jugso rmnlCut fRcr
fl~~~~~~~t~ UF14Wrcc dilt oui onauin n a xr Ei NCE YTEL~S and County Solicitors (except the Judge respective counties shall from time to
TPF 11 ilbleA ir.Moi-I JonlTUinInIpyeoy E O EATED STATE WLRIA* and Solicitor of the CorofRcd time fix the boundaries of such dim- NOTICE TO CREDITORS
celloicl .,.,r:L nii btn niito odde That the following amendment to Sec of Escambila County) shall be held at tricts. Said County Commriissioners(13PrbtAcSe.I),20
Nanuein xxhi'ch assesed: & Anie bttintimlitationfeesduesIon 3 of Article 7 of the Constitution the General Election In 1I4 to take shall be elected by the qualified elect- (93PoaeAt es 1,10
Prveston. f th tt fFoiarltv ocn fietefrtTesa fe h iO fsi onya h ieadAll Of said ocopetty lleitug in ItIe qand assessments in order to of th tate oforietdaeinatinegt cen ofiM th irs Tausary a.ftr ather fs or Of saig cont atthe timey andf-Count of Jeferon Bttef lrda ers. and shall hold office for four I h.Cuto h onyJde
Conyofoldesn taeo Fo t a job neola nd Okeechobee Counties as the four years. years. Provided, that the County Coin- Jeffersont Cotunty, Florida. In Pro17nless suntch certificatea ot' ce't'tificates od o' I feirty-ninth (39, Senatorial District. "The term of tenure of Office of any- mIssloners elected from the even num-bae
shall lie Xedeenued ,according to bowy tlix 'froward County as the fortieth (40) one heretoofore or hereafter appointed born diticsia14thalsrv.o
Seatril isrit nd Calou adtanofheficserin mentioned two years. those elected in 1944 from In re: Estate of Mr's. Emmalao Parki TlPasgofteRih II ita Counties as the forty-first (411 shall not be extended hereby. A"n the odd numbered districts shall serve hilCioDeasd
QUICIR~Th Passage fO t O "Rgt- Senatorial Distirict, be and the same Is vacancy in any of such offie rIor for four years. and thereafter the termshilCroDeasd
S~m' ,ms f DstrssAriingfro i o-Wrk Amndmnt o. i hereby qgreed to and shall be submitted to said first Tuesday after the frtshall be for four years: Provided. To -All1 Creditors and persons having
Symptoms~~~~~~~ ofDsrsIrsn rmt-ok mnmn o to the electors of Florida for ratification Monday in January, 1949. shall be filed that Section II of Article VII of this Claims oi' Demands Against Said
STOMACH~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 'LER o nteblo o.7r rejection at the General Etlectin to by appointment by the Genor and Constitution shall not be affectedEsae
STOMACH~~~~~~~ UaES I~ o ieblotNv 7h ~ ~ hl n the first Tuesday after the confirmation by the Senate au hes hereby.e
will preen thsei. fi, Inn n NroIovember 1944. as fol- toffore provided by the Constitution bu ied InOffice Secretary o9 State You and each of you are hereby
DUETO ~ wil ~rxe~ Lli ciI lows- In no case for aMY longer theft una May 27. 1043.
DU oEX E S AI D~I a "Section .3. Fine Legislature that the first Tuesday after the, first Mon.- notifie-d and required to present .any
Froe~ok~elsof~me~ratmeittha I iI "call meet in regular session. A. D. day in January, 190, -Fre~ok~llsf~mereamettatlays 95. and those that shall meet every A" provislan of ifie Cantiuttion --claims and demands which you, or
Must Help or it Will Cost You Nothing I "IT IS SIMPLE te1er.hrafesalaprto nc~fi hee is b efby liv A Jhi-t4l RESOLUTION I-'ronsl ,Os either of you, may have against the
Ovrwn~lnbtle fhWLAD Ith- representation in the Senate. and pealed." Aunmn oAtceVI fteCn
OvetolIn bottlesa of efLLARD AMERICANISM" I ,ball provided for forty-one (41) Sa. riled In oesf SetetY of st stive tnof AsseSme Of Plrdanerty t rldeesd aeofsi ony
symptoms of distress arising from Stomach toilDsrcs uhDitiint ei MyI.bf ae n h olcino To early equal In population as poracti. Addine Thereto Additional Secio %n soteCutoudeo efro
and Duodenal Uicers'dlue to Excess Acid- cable. but no County shall be divided A 70fogsiy~f F ppoadral si Provide ihat in the Coumtv of Eiil- Coulnty, Florida, at his office in the
Poor Dnesto, Sorturn oreeplsset Stch, VoefrAeden-o I t making such apportionment, and Amendmind %@ Section 12 of the Dee- borough. State of Florida. the Comnt, or 2'~ f f~Cut tMai
GasnsHatun Sepeses t. Nov. '7th : each District shall have one Senator, laration of Rghts in the Constitution Tax Assessor Shall Asses't then ofProneoutyatMoti
due to Excess Acid. Sold on 15 days' triall 4 Provided that Osceola and Okeechobee Of thel Statee the Proida cellon Flroa ofhi thei Caltnnty fo h upoeo e
Ask for Willbar's Messge" whih fully the tate Ofcelloda Florida, withi eigh calendarorte orieo Ly
eas oh"ilds e ssagfe" whic full Counties, Florida. shall Constitute the Double jo~p a Self-lincrht'ilatlaf, ins State, Coitnty School andi Momi- rtonthis fr.i thle time of the first
epanthstetetfe-tUThirty-nunth (39th) Senatorial District, Due Process of Law, and the Taking pal Taxes. Levied by the State ConTy ,kifI ftisntc.Ec li
B.~~~~ W.Jhsn&SnDuBtr .- -- v.1 ---1 roward County. Florida. shall con- of Private Property Without Just Coi County School Board, School Districts jbia no hsntc.Ec li
B. W. Jonson & on Drug toreI- tituite the Fortieth (4111h0 Senatorial sensation, by Providing the Right Of ISpecial Tax School Districts sod M'm rdmn ttllh nwiig n
--- -1 n~~~~~~istrict, and Calhoun and Gulf Coun- Persons to Work Shall Not Be Denied ndiciahile, of the County rdmnrl'al e nwiig n
~ties. Florida, shal 11Constitute the or Abridged on Account of Member- erF IT RESOLVED BXi "'HE LI 1t5 shall state thle place of residence ahnd
JoeW, Fortyl-first (41st) Senatorial District; ship or Non-Membership In any Labor LATURE OF THEF STATE OF FLORIDA' post office address of the claimant,
AL I tur shall~5' ad alhesam tie0h gsa Union. or Labor organization: and Pron- Thai the following Amnendmnent to Ar- int, e'ral I (I cx'. in to by the claim, rom 'where I sit ZyVoe arsh.1'iesalas apportion the mrer. viding that the Right If Emoployeesl ie VIII of thle Conistituttion of the
_____________________________ sentation In the House of Representa- to Collectively bargain Shall Be Pre- State of Florida relatlue to the A,'et'- ant, hisl aglnt, or aittornecy, and any
l ives, and shall rllow three (3) Repre- served. mnt and Collection of all taxes in the such claim ori demat'id not so filed rs
setattes to each of the five mst popu- BE IT EFOLVED BY THE LEGIS- County of Hillsborough. State of lrida. bot conis andUR two (2)T Rerr FLORIDA: bys adding there.to additional 'edtions shall be void; the first publication
1 J '. Repre~~~~~~~~~~sentative o e ach fthe ext in eih e in 2R of 'e STlat Of Rgt 1Ier oad alh omtdt lp"I J J AI ARL
mor p oulous e c outehn ofte ne (1)tee That the following amendment to the to h known a s cton, 11 and See- If ercof beig on O tber 13t h., 1944.
I time Of 'luch apportionment. Should of said Constitution. be andt the same letor', Of it,, drte of Florid, for MARGARET BELLAMY MANSUY
vers s D g H usthei Legislature fall to apportion the Is hereby agreed to. and the same sall ratifiio or reicelion ,l the .e. as executors of the Last Will and
vesu DoeHus
I representation in the Senate and q be submitted to the qualified elect- Election to he held con the tidal Tope'&,the Hotise of Representatives, at an pra of the State of Flria for rati day after the f'r't Mond'o' I, I~ I~,- Testainiertt of Ms's. 7n'imala Parkhtll
Most of the political conventions cracker-barrel Is for them who regular session of the Legislature at cation o" rejection at the next ensuing her 1944 A, follo""'roldcesd
any af the times herein designated, General lcti,that is to sayr. that Section I71 1. From ann alter Janui- No8Oc.1207- v n
in our town are held around help protect it-and all the other It shall be the duty of the Legisla- section 12If theDelaratin of Rights ary 1. 1946. the County Tax Assessocr No8Oc.3-02Nv.
totrn or Legislatures- succeeding such Of the Constitution of the State, Of in 'he County of Hillsboroooh tse -_-_-_-_-
the cracker-barrel-tn Sam Aber. freedoms in Amecrica-by vot. regular session of the Legislature, Florida, be amnded so as to read as of Florida suall as'ess all nrnn-e'v 'or I
nethy's store. Ing. Folks that Just takfedmeither in Special or Regular session. to follows: all State. Count's. School and Sdi It,,3. TlIeLegislature shall at the Leganportion the representation In the 'Section 12. No person shtoall be sub- p,91 taxes to be levied in the C o' "tv islative Session of 1945, and from time Wewr etighwte don't count here." Senate and in the House of Repre- jeer to be twvie Pat In Jeopardy fee by thle State., Cou. ty Coutot S3cooi to time thereafter enact laws speiy
We eresetlin ho th setaive, a heeinproide. he he ameoffnse no cmplld in any Board. School Ditrit'. Sneohlal Ta' Lug the powers, functions, duties and
sentatives, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~copnsto a heenpoie.Tetesmofes.mrCnho ifit c feiiiltp anoeto of County Tax Collector
country should be run the other From where I sit, it doesn't receding regular Federal or regular criminal case to be a witness against SchoDstitsd ,ne'aiie
State Cemns, whichever shall have himself, nor be deprived of life, Lb- 2. The Legisatttre shall at the cegls- designated in paragraph I of this Seenight when Homer Watson make any difference how you been taken nearest any apportionment erty. or property without due process atie sibon in V1945 and from time to tin 12, and shall likewise provide for
of FRepesenatives in the Senate and of law: nor shoa Private property be time thereafter. e-,actl basy a'cifs'ioe the collection, care, Custody, reporting starts to put In a word, vote-the important thing is that in the House of Representatives, shall taken without just ,cpmsion. The the ooxvers. flint 'ns. dutt'e' sos coo" and disbursement of all taxes Collected
you o vte.Callit saredcontrol in makinOg such apportion- right of persons to Worlk shall not be pension of Coonts' Tax A'-astir He- by the County Tax Collector.
youi Do vote.e Callr, itm amardept. Ip the event the Legislature denied or abridged on account of mem- hu'naied In na,-rerso I of thia sertilox Filed in office Secretary Of State
""Vatamiut, omr, Sm righitif you want to, but to me, it .shall fail to reapportion the represents- bership or non-membership in any> IT. .and shall likewise, kneoside Os' a"s June 14, 1943.
said sharply, "did you vote in lion in the Legislature as required by labor union, or labor organization: pro- for Tba extension on ite ,sseasmert The votes cast in compliance with saidI
the last election?" is the bedrock of the whole idea this amendment before Its adjourn- ided. that this clause shall not be Coa-' roll it the Coumt Tsx A ""scd 01 Ilhl proposed amendments, and the canvass,
of democracy. ment land such extraordinary session strued to deny or abridge the right of taoes levied by tile State Calont" declarations and returns thereof, shall be
o called for reapportionment shall not employees by and through a labor Ors- County School Boaurd. Sliol Districts jce otesmergltosa r
"W ell," Hom er fumbled, "II be limited to expire at the end a o na tialon or labor union to bargain cal- Spi a Tax School D iarict' sodl V oidjeied by lha e f r gneal actions inar
w as w f l us ju ta the tim e." I ,k aJ4_ t wetym d ys,,or at all, until eap- lectively with their emnpl yer." nicalitis 'thve d b St l w f r lorida.cton I
wa wulbs js tportionment iseffectedi, and shall con- Filed In office secretary of at" Section 12. L. Fromum an, alter Jsoll- INe TESTMON ofHEREOF.Ill
_side no bu siness oth er th an w eb~ M a y 8. 1943. 1 ary 1. 1946. th e C oun y T ax C ol leto r IN hES T M N he e nt HE t E Om y
"That don't matter," Sam In- re.tiortiounmenti. In line County of Hillsborouich- Stale ,it had anhfedthe eatm
sis s. F e e s p e c a o u d9h i S h o ld h is m e me n t e ra tifie d A J O IN T' R E S O L U T IO N P ro p o s in g n F lo rid a ,sh all co llect al1 l , ta e c evie 'a n t)S a d otfth e d t e GFl r ia .
ad t."F e p ec r un hsin the General Election in 1944, special Amendment to Section 24 of Aril ithe County by te State. Cmott atA Teal laaee the Capeo Foia.
elections shall be called within ninety II fit e CosiuinoIh tt fCut colBad eobDsrcs this the 3rd day of July.
days thereafter for the election of Sen- Florida, Relating to Uniform Contyf Special Tax School Dianitrii sod Mo- A. D. 1944.
No. 104 of a Series Copyright, J944, Brewting Industry Foundation MD"r in the rhirty-nioth i31hy,. and Municipal Government and the olilpalljties. it. A. GRAY~.
'otn 40th, anti Forty-first Wallt Classification of Cities and Towns. erlin
R rSena oria D fitr ct. [ n se ch pec al FIE IT R E SO L V E D B Y Ta x -. Se r t r f State .
elections, tile Senators Wn the Ihsirty- ,LATURlE OF TIM OTATU OF FLQRSAl







FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1944 THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA FIVE

purple throated orchid. Mr. and Mrs.lhasseel and had a post onr the pro- delivery of the scidnira' letters xhich Joe M. Carr. Phone 27-W. 8-13-tf Ms Amos P. Gody attended the couple. gram. keeps the Army hammeing away at



Lee were inFa Tallaassee Thursday,, rs. Campbell is a sophomore at Harrell Floyd had a short furlough the public to use the medium of V- Florida State College for Women, and last week end from Navy training, mail. The only places in all of the $4.00; 30 gallon $4.00. Bassett's So ia A tviie s a graduate of Leon High School. -- war theatres outside the continental Dairy. 11-3-2tc




Petersbur andte ther latter' motherV ii ~~~~Petty Officer Camipbell, son of Mr. :ARMY URGES USE- UieSteswreheeaenV-WILL SELL- for Cash. Ford pick-up
and Mrs. J. H. Campbell, of Niceville, Mrsl facilities are Gr.eenlnd, New- truck and Chevrolet pick-up truck.
formerly of Tallahassee, is a grad- tContinuedl From Pag.e Onel founciliand, the Antilles and Panama." Good tires on both. Bailey Stokley. 1 Mrs. L. G. Morris and Mrs. T. T. MRS. BIRD ENTERTAINS uate of Leon High School and attend- tres of war it has been found that let- :1TTT' NUS-o rvtedt.SeMs



Were ust onaSundayse ofhMrsay JuneETIGGET NRF rprvt uy.SeMs
Sn al s t O ed Rollins College before entering terms sent by V-mail reach the desvisiting Miss Marianne Morris at the 1___ the SeaBees. Ere has just returned tinations five days sooner than veg- CLASSIFIED) ADS_____ Arh____Mniclol. t
Florida State College for Women. Mrs. T. B. Bird entertained with a from two years' service in the South ular air mail.
g"It is the saying of time element WANTED-To buy gooc milk cow. sale. Mrs. Clyde Sauls. ap
Dr .and Mrs. R. C. Lonigan of St. lug at 11 o'clock, in her home on Petersburg and the latter's mother, Parl street, complimenting her s.AUEENAHMrs. John Mays of Thoasville, Ga, mother, Mrs. Ben Van Dalsem, ofido

were guests on Sunday of Mrs. June Moultrie, Ga., and Mrs. Tharin Coop- (continued fromr page 1)1 Mays and Mr anid Mrs. Milton An- er who is visiting Mrs. J. C. WV. Frish- peintof the council of woman's dauhtersn m demonstration work, attended Leon
______ heromswreatratvey ec-County Cuncil, Saturday, in Talla- Nt le.Fv r
Mrs. Elizabeth W. Starbird and foaewt andbrrine. t f ni young daughter, Betty ,and Mr. and flaeadbr s
Mrs. Kennedy and daughter, all of Those enjoying this delightful in Subscribe to
thea formal arty with the hostess and

moternd attending school.nda
honor guests were, Mrs. N. S Cu- The News



Gren Cov rigs, s.pentertaiynr.edL Cak, rMr.* Mo tcll 1 e OT
the tis, Miss Olive Ulmer, Mrs. William
J. F. Williamtb. Mrs. Starbird's other
daughter, Dorothy Ann, is Spendm s a uS, Mrs ay SrMsn, the winter here with he grains
mother and attending school. and Miss Anna Simpson of Tallahhs- The "Right-to-Work"
see, Mrs. Eugene Williams, Mrs.s.Hn







won seond hgh andthe foatin
SHugh Fraser, Mrs. Joe W. Pate, Mrs
ROOK PARTY GIVEN AT :Arthur Curtis, Mrs. Joe R. Hughes, D E O i
HOME OF MRS. J. R. HUGHES Jr., Mrs. R. J. Taylor, Mrse Sm Do
Clarke,M M. Jl Henry, Mrs J. B. Prevent a person joining te
atiheoea a union. I hour. .I
Mrs. J. r. Hughes, Sr., entrtaire n Mrs. Fountain May, Mrs.
the Rook Club, Wednesday afternoon Tom L. Clmtkc, Jr., Mrs. Joe Carl, Interfere with the right in her home on Pearl Street, having Mrs. Richard Smpson, Mrs. Herman to strike. an extra table of guests to join the Hughes, Mrs. DeWitt Kuder, Mrs. Prevent pickeitlg. -------______4
club members. Shefer Mr.Jh 1elMs sa Prohibit collect-ive barPink roses, orchid chrysanthemnums Linton aknd Mrs. Henry Hlohmes. gaining.
and red roses were used in decorati-the rooms of the home. CAMPBELL-SEAR(Y IT DOES
High score prize was awarded t Outlaw the "Closed Shop.
Mrs. P. C. Wilkins; M0rs. H., K. Miller Muaasse Peggyicli teacy daItro Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Searcy of Tal- a Gaate mlyett
won second hg an te otinv every Persanl, union and nmilingh table.foa
prize was received by Mrs. C. labassee, formerly of Monticello, was union alike. Moore. mrr,1ried on October 20th to Austin Specificallyi protects the
aFain Campbell, petty officer 2nd
Later, a rs Hu Fasght
served, Mrs. Ben Van Dalsem of
MSu. in TIallhassee Dr. Pierce S.TAIN
MoultrMrs. T. B.iin Bird enterainedwith


















ouEllis performing the ceremony. Co
er who is visitin MrsT J. C.I.MFish















The bride was becomingly attired
MRS.ePATEoyingOSdin a light blue wool dress with hlaack
MRS PTEISHO ESSacforl par wiht e otes a














sd her corsa Vote for Amendment No. 5,

Mrs JUCHON WPaeENErtAindsee Nov. '7th Geographically.-.For the South occu, nation's prosecution of the war. When
Bailey Mrs T. L.t Clarken~ Sr.,Mrs















of her friends, SrdcMcr.yR wS mp pies a strategic position in its accessibility victory is won these same advantages will
lovely luncheon in herLm o er fIA 1 D L to a vast storehouse of natural resources furnish further opportunity for the exandi Mis H AnnaL SipoIf alhs
stret., Mrs Euen ilias Mrs.i














Faltr weeweeusdet.ort I TR NFR~SO A Eas well as rich domestic and world markets. pansion of industry and agriculture in
Fall ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Hg Fraser, Mrs. Joe W. Pateat MrASER&ST.AG















ing thIvrao h en n A diversified agriculture, plus unusually the area.
th ro o te om ad Arthu Cri, Mrs o e Distances














lovely arran nt centered theJ din- s
Br tble.io, in a, favorable conditions for manufacture and The Seaboard Railway, an integral part
ingTo L.bClrke, Jr rs. JoeS CarrN














Enjoying th is affair with the host- I S. C., Tlenn., and MISS, excellent transportation facilities, all corn- of the South's economic life, will coness were: Mrs. Ray Simpson and Miss Morieir1 Eqpuent Ibine to make this the ideal section from tinue to plnand work with its fellow
Anna Simpsc of Tallahassee, Mrs. Every Load Insured pla
T. L. Clarke, Sr., Mrs. Hugh Fraer Office Phone 10ue) which to supply these markets. citizens for the development of a more
Mrs. Joe S. Hughes, Jr., Mrs. T. B. lMrsienee. Phone 202
Bird and Mrs. Ben Van Dalsem ofL New Warehouse 633 W. Gaines echnicolor Withsuchfundamentalassets Southland.
Moultrie, Ga. Tallahassee, Fla has logically become a vital factor in our Seaboard Railway, Norfolk 10, Virginia.


Coming to


~ KATHERINE
Th brd wasea beoigyotie












iaitlwlrsiua more acc p eoeaner cos
RAILWAY

Who Wa.nts Tht s Who Wifl Bear the S o
Localand Lng D~stanc










AMEMN Barden?
T h e S p e c uop rtors i n T h eeFa e la G a A
Gee Ri and G industrial centers, and magazines of national circulation.

pressed Values. er Who Has to Sell His___The Morigage Hooders Crops.
Who Profit VWhcn T~mes The Wholesier and Reerave a Coca-Cola Going our way?

The Employers Who His Goods.
Prof it Most When The Manufacturer Who
Wages and Salaries Are Must Sell in Order to
Low. Keep His Plant Going.

(And the Owners of Property and Securities)p




B nlr:Ase if industry and business find it Pmp.ossible to attne t c
coMtirlue present contrlcitual relations between man- r
agilent and labor in Florida, relations which must te
continue, we cannot avoid chaos and confusion at the jvpA'~'
expense of the general welfare. s g u oL

THIS AMENDMENT WILL AFFECT EVERY





FLORIDA POCKET ADVERSELY e 'A~N~i~'


Remember the author of Amendment 5 is the same
man who led the fih t against the Homestead Amend- s oM
ment in 1934. The adoption of which, we all know, N i
ran out of business in torida, the tax speculatorsT who







grew rich in buying up delinquent taxes. OR.
The author of Amendment No. 5 on the bal- LQ
lot Tuesday, November 7, gave you what he
boasted of good advHge in 1934. atten





Can you deiiend upon this Man's advice now-when
he tells you Amnentement No. 5 gives you the "Right eting in




to Work" ? at a time when everyone who wants*** IL45L6 N rh et an a
work has a job waiting for him if he Is able and willing. Friendship comes easy to allits devoted to common causes and borders without guns. iive S "Cok", sas the Yank sergeant to the Canadian mounted, eand he's talking a lingo of friancship that both understand. That's the informal l s

North American way to say Gretings, friend. It's the same informal way toh e ay
put friends at ease in your own living room, too. From the Yukon to the n

5Gulf, Coca-Cola stands for the pawse that refreshes,-a symbol of a friendly t way to get along with folks. It's natural for popular names
CITIZENS COMMITTEE OPPOSED TO BTLDUDRATOIYFTHCC-OACMPNBYto acquire friendly abbreviaAAREN M ENT NO. 5 nY Stattions. That's why you hea r
(Paid Political Advrtsement) N CLLe COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY e- cad Coe
NUS-o rv944 Tha C-C Cd. See




The Monticello News. Monticello. Fla., Friday, November 3, 1944


Planes Drop Rescue Ships S
Equipped for 36 People UW
Whensurivor oftoredoe ~!2I Magic Moulding of the Waistline
When survivors of torpedoed
Iships and ditched planes cannot be Lumper Costume With a Future
rescued in other ways, a United
States AAF plane now drops to
them, by parachute, a boat called 'f HOLLYW OOD
the Flying Dutchman, says Col- 1
Bers. Weighing 3,000 pounds and
kIkling about 36 people, this boat THIS is the year of child stars,
carries food, clothing, radio, water with talented kids in greater deatil. fihin tacle nd boodmand than they have ever been, with steiU, fishing tackle and blood
glasma; also sails, two engines Lynn Chambers' Point-Saving
and a large supply of gasoline. Serve Warm Dessert Men Temple.
Whenthe lyin DuthmanhitsCentral Casting boasts 1,500 smalllo 'When the Flying Dutchman hits
Ow water, a mechanism sets off For Cool Weather Meat Balls in Mushroom Sauce thespians whose mothers haag
smokepots to mark its loca-Swflake Potatoes around the telephone night and day,
tand iepos rocke- whc arScalloped Green Beans waiting to snatch
tMom and fires rockets which carryof thi
lag buoy lines to assist survivors Jellied Cabbage Salad prodi- [m
Jk eahig he oa. ~-~-Pecan Rolls Butter gies' curl papers
.fm reaching the boat.
________________________Appe CispPudingand' rush them
Applpes 'rs udigto the casting di- '
MONEY CAN'T BIY Given rectors. Every
ashpirith faster-acting, more dependable a t m
iaus genuine pure S t Joseph Aspirim, Another hearty vegetable dish Is er in the busiw largest seller at 10. Why pay this one made with potatoes and ness thinks she
anare? Big 100 tablet size for only 354.
Scalloped Potatoes and Onions. Garner Roddy
(Serves 6) wucDowal, a Mar6 medium-sized potatoes garet O'Brien, an Peggy Annh
4 tablespoons butter Elizabeth Taylor, Garner
RELIEE
e 3 tablespoons flour a Jackie Jenkins,
Teaspoon salt or a Ted Donaldson in her home.
8-12 pearl onions Movie moguls are capitalizing on




STMLAE chest andk backie sur-hl haatrs i
S oS miseries. Vitaminrich carrots are hidden in Pare and slice potatoes thin, with Ryan of 20th Century-Fox told me:




'ary of 2cupseilkotorieswitochil chaacter.eri
At bedtime rub throat, chest and back this lovely Pudding along with nlu- fancy cutter or paring knife. Butter "The problem isn't to find kids with with VicksVapoRubtoeasecoughing tritious cereal It's inexpensive, casserole well. Place layer of pota- talent and looks; our difficulty is to Hoosen up the phlegm, hep relieve con- point-wise and penny-wise when toes at bottom of casserole, sprinkle select the ideal one child for the gationinupperbronchiC I S you're cooking on a limited food with 1 tablespoon flour, / teaspoon part out of the mob of applicants."
netu sleep. Relief comes as Vapopub budget. salt and dot with some butter. Cover Small stars usually disappear "
P TRATES to upper bronchial with a layer of onions and repeat when they reach the awkward age.
eHot Delicacies until all potatoes, onion and season- Occasionally they come back in
STMULATES chest and back sur- ings are used. Pour scalded milk their teens as ingenues, as did Shir- jumpgeracotum
6=ee like a warming poultice. As the Weather becomes cool and over top and dot with remaining ley Temple;, Anita Louise, and Jane W7~EAR this jme otm
Often by morning most of the MIS, blustery, we must shelve many of butter, Bake in a moderate (350- Withers, But the first awkward-age with contrasting blouses'






etrdof that tied sgnefeeliean swatrindbigt ins
o cR our warmer degree) oven until potatoes and on- star of magnitude to hit the screenvitals
SAlY VAPORUB1 GivesfYO this spe- weather food fa- ~ ions are tender, is 20th Century's Peggy Ann Gar. you'll have many different-lookaty9 Mayble yor tsystemckscetai
elmenoe a. t's est e vorites, but there Hot desserts made with whole nr, now playing Francie in Betty ing ensembles. Wools, flannel
me Smith's current hit, "A Tree Grows jerseys,
stamndyfrreliev g ce a s v beautifully into this smart and
lig miseries o IC K er good cold minds and minerals to the diet: treromk





2nwestand providin 150 CaTSP unitsng ofstlesye
lamildrn's colds. VA ORUS PActing Plu 3246 *
take their place. (Serves This is the most important role Slenderizing! Barbara Bell Pattern No. 1221 is desohiportaqtt a1/ cup sto any young HE signed for sizes 12, 14, 16, 18 and 20.
is quirta te 1 cup shoartng evel etrustedg player. magic moulding, of this Size 14 ensemble, long sleeves, require

Nto n g su g a It f t P g A aft er h er d is- d ress th ro u g h th e w aistlin e W ill 4 yards of 39 nch m material.
IN' f-FA GED UT ng a a god, '1l/2 cups grated carrot Nora 'n The Keys of the King- instantly reomn att larger For this pattern, send 25 cents, In coins,
name, address, pattern number and 7a feel "an hen and ready to sleep substantial hot V2I/ cup whole bran do"-as hwhl n"ae Vomenl You'll like it, too, for the sz atd
sifter a day's work? Would you like to
ed rid of that tired feeling and join In food served piping hot, and during 11/ cups floar Eyre." soft vestee-effect bodice which flue to an unusually large demand and
Mar fun--have abundant pep and vital- the cooler months, everything at a 1 tablespoon baking powder This 12-year-old, who works 71 out may be of lace, eyelet embroidery current war conditions, slightly more time
R"# Maybe you system lacks certain meal may be served hot-soup, en- 1/ teaspoon salt ofte7 asrqurdb h i- or any contrasting material. is required in filling orders for a few
dirw such as Iron. Iodine, Calciu of the Most popular pattern numbers.
mad Vitamin B-i, the so-called p" tree, vegetables and dessert. V CUP Milk ture for shooting, gets two days' rest si s
miaia. VITA-BEFRLES, the high-pa. First of all, let's look into the mat- 1 teaspoon lemon extract before going into "Nob Hill," where Barbara Bell Pattern No. 1894 is do-e Snou re o
ancy treatment combining all these ele- ter of substantial vegetable dishes Blend together sugar and shorten- she plays Katy, a little Irish immi- signed for sizes,32, 34, 36,.8 40, 2, SEIGCRCEPTER ET Thasvid0and 46. Size 34 dress, with shornsleeve s~amain B-i daily, may be just what you you can make with home-canned Ing until light and fluffy. Add tin- grant child, an emotional and im- requires 41,5 yards 39-inch material, J; 50Sot elsS. hcg
mosa for a happier, healthier, romantic produce. You probably have green beaten egg yolks, portant role. yard contrast. Enclose 25 cents in coins for each
Eft especially if you're over 40.-Try beans, corn and tomatoes on hand,' one at a time, She's not a pretty child In the For this pattern send 25 Cents in coins, pattern desired.
'Afa-BERLES today. Just $1o a box Here a d t c eo sense; she has i your name, address, pattern number and Pattern No.Size.
e near druggist or order direct from legume ways to drs the up: b well after
c ITABERLES SALES CO. Scalloped Green Beans, each addition.
215 station H Cleveland, Ohio. (Serves 5) Stir in carrots f cha rctre at d ake onc beuty admess.












as 75rate tbs. pere acr byut inoculating.
2 tablespoons butter and whole bran. when the role demands.
3 tablespoons flour Sift flour, baking
we1 cup milk powder and salt i's On Masculine Side oUlSaOLD
1/p cup liquid drained from ean together. Stir into er acr
bt1 ntenhli' ulater 40 dr ie Splendid Cough
e ARTHRITIS NEURITIS V4 cup finely cut cheese first mixture al- to weather the grim years that














(MooKnes say NTrGIN fris goodaponsl enaeywt hrwJci ooaFede a- RI
diugget or by i postpaid for r,.25. V teaspoon pepper milk. Add flavor- tholomew, Dicke Moore, and Peter Relief Is
affancy back if firit botte falls to satisfy. 1 tablespoon prepared mustard ing anid fold in stiffly beaten egg Lawford out of pictures for a time Place brown~ sugar in a Mason x d tH m
Q. MENDENHALL MEDICINE CO. 2 cups drained, canned green beans whites. Turn into greased baking is Roddy McDowall. His perform- jar while it is still soft, and it wil M ixedtHom
~analle. indiana 1/ cup buttered crumbs dish and bake in a moderate oven ances are predicated on sheer tech- keep that way. No Cooking. Makes Big Saving.
Melt butter, add flour and blend (350 degrees) 55-60 minutes. Serve nique and vast spiritual comprehen.-41 To get quick and satisfying relief
well. Add milk slowly and cok, warm with desired sauce and top sion of the adult heart. He has a Once food has started to boil, from coughs due to colds, mix this
stirring constantly until thickened, with maraschino cherries, unique niche in Hollywood star turn down the flame. It does not recipe in your kitchen. Once tried,
.you'll never be without it.
Add liquid from beans, mustard rains Thed Key ofrg them tom keenigbll First, make a syrup by stirring 2













Loo for thee yello can. indo,
and cheese. Stir until cheese is cups granulated sugar and one cup of
meled.Addsal an peper Plceyoung Mvcflowall plays Fitincis Chis- water a few moments, until dissolved.
lrd Ayesa oans and Pauce holm as a toy-a role ag appealing Low temperature Is the secret A chid could do It. No cooking
alternate laeso-en n ac as Hill in "Ho~w Green Was My Val- of tender eggs. Too high tem- needed. Or you can use corn syrup or
in a and top with liquid honey, instead of sugar syrup.
crumbs. Bake in a preheed mod- 1 icy," which shot him to stardom perature or extended cooking time Thea get 2 ounces of Pinex from
overnight. He is now in Kanab, toughens the protein in the egg. any druggist. This is a special corenabcate (350-degree) oven for 30 minpromot proper groth strong bonests Icn
utes. other Mary O'Hara story and a se Paraffin used for covering jelly centrated form, well-known for Its
mFried Corn, Prompt action on throat and bro br 5)other-given r h a t t chial membranes.
(Seve 5) 'tale has majestic outdoor sOtttings, smoking point. This causes it to Put the Pinex Into a pint bottle,
cups corn iii P'gives Roddy the sort of things he shrink from the side of the glass. and add -your syrup. This makes a full
's a facD The amount of rto- 1 tablespoon chopped onion
V=n added to the soil by legume 3 tablespoons chopped green pepper Aohag ofst satin bet dnmas in aoutfou tpenidmeii a duho you o
oercrops cars be boosted as much 2 tablespoons drippings 'Born That Way pla of at wae boe inedi money. it never spoils, and tastes fine.
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sF 75 lbs. per acre by inoculating o teaspoon salt
tsAnother small fry who promises pinch. Heat the salt on a skillet, amazing. You can feel it take hold I
I that i teaspoon pepper to have such a record is Mtro- then pour it back into the bag awaythat means business Itloosens
MOsM about 120 an acre.Tests show 3 tablespoons water Tired of serving potatoes the usual Goldwyn Mayer'* seven year old and ts.he phlegm, soothes the irritated morewill-irsoculapint-wis andme peny-is whenn adessth oees.Tu t




























wel-incuate lgums an dd Simmer onions an re eprway? Try them Scalloped with pearl Margaret O'Brien. This philosophi- -rna-n asstesrnes hsi
p to 125 lbs. of nitrogen per acre, n e makes breathing easy and lts you
but uninoculated legumes fre- in melted drippings for 3 minutes. onions, golden brown and piping hot Cal pixie is no run-of-the-mill beauty, %io oil the lock on your door sleep. Money refunded If not pleased ofuantly robs the soil of this valu. Add corn, water and seasngs and you have the answer to starchy either. Small Margaret's face has quickly and easily, dip the key in in every way.
absle plant food. Mix well, cover and cook slowly vegetable problem of a meal, quality and spirit rather than baby the oil, and turn it in the lock sev1111I.flTEVETCH, CLOVERS, LUPINES, about 10 minutes. Apl rs udnbeauty. She comes of a datchng eral times. This accomplishes the
UIINTER PEAS WITH NITRAGIN Savory Tomatoes, (Serves 6) oiling with the least mess, and the oo a
Farmers say NITRAGIN is good, cu ,are talented performers. least effort. But, of course, taking TN
cheap crop insurance. It makes 1 cup sliced onions In "Sunday Dinner for a Soldier" the lock apart and oiling it coin
bigger, surer yields. Its selected, 44 cups candtoaosgtaspo clve Connie Marshall, a mini-marvel pletely is still the better way. &ReBTL-5
tasted strains of legume bacteria 41uscne tmte / teaspoon salte who, like Margaret O'Brien and NP________________________________are produced in the most modern V eson at22 teaspoon nutmeg Peggy Ann Garner, became known
larmtory of its kind. Get NI. ]/v teaspoon pepper cup honey as a model and magazine cover
TRAGIN where you buy seed. 4 tablespoons flour oh cup shortening child before clicking with movie
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Loo fr heyelo cnFry bacon or salt pork until near- a/ cup sugar cameras. She's lined up against
by crisp. Add onions and cook until 2 eggs
lightly browned. 1 teaspoon vanilla extract mings, two scene stealers who won
-L~i~ Add tomatoes, 11,/2 cups toasted bread cubes 'their spurs in "The Sullivans." This
tesalt and pepper 1/ cups corn fakes Is Connie's first picture, but she's
Mix apples with combined sugar, a child to keep your eyes on. Wr.t re &illTpes w
Mix the flour with low baking pan. Blend shortening
lWE 91711BlIN CL On1 X. Booth at, Milwaukee 12, WIL.:"~''~'. a small amount and sugar thoroughly; add eggs and I spotted George Noakes for a A
theof cold water and flavoring and beat well. Mix with winner in "Going My Way." So did stir into the to- bread cubes and corn flakes and 20th, I guess, because they grabbed
F of a l matoes. Cook un- spread over apples. Bake in a mod- him for the part of Andrew in "The
til thickened. This Crate oven (375 degrees) 40-45 m- Keys of the Kingdom." He's an Engmay be served as utes or until apples are tender and lish type whose soft-checked charm a sauce over meat, fish, cooked rice top is browned and crisp, hides an athlete's physique.
or spaghetti. There's Ted Donaldson, from "A
.Tree Grows in Brooklyn," and Skip(Serves )) y Homeier, who plays nasty Nazi .
Ing peach halves kids superbly. Elizabeth Taylor, who
1YN cupS 2 milkokerc


























2 cup cooe sr has a steadily mounting following
cand will be co-starred with Rooney cheese. '/ teaspoon salto o ute


























Food Flashes: If a recipe calls in "National Velvet." Oh, and
for canned fruit, use stewed dried 1 teaspoon butter there's Jackie Jenkins of "The Hu2~u cupse drainedc canned grentban


























fruit If you don't have the home- man Comedy," who wrapped himcaned rodct.cubelets with scissors to make 1% self about our hearts in a brief two
If you need whipped cream to cups chopped peaches. Alternate hours, The list is as long as your
players of chopped peaches and rice arm and crammed with talent.
Msirn good-tasting tonic dthiceed.
take top of the bottle milk, chill
it well, combine with one of the rice. Stir spice into brown sugar, Looking a Way Ahead 'im doctors recommend whipped cream mixes and set in and sprinkle some of mixture over Warners have bought 15 acres o
altechnltyeraoersice.bMake top layer

























,Ashiin Scott's Emulsion helps children a bowl of cracked ice. Beat well, it ce ay o wih bits of but er to of Hollywood Hills for a teleVctt proper gotsrnbas, Dpscissors in flour before cut- rieaddtwt iso utr o.vision studio, which they figure it Yes,,Ben-Gay gives fasl, welcome relief from pain and
sodteh gCothr s in r heaed mD er casserole. Bake in moderate will take five years to build and discomfort due to stiff neck. That's because it contains up
raoven (350 degrees) for 25 minutes, Mitamis-elements al children need. So Make bread pudding of leftover Sev amwt rai eieequip. . At Republic, on "A Song to 21/ times more methyl salicylate and menthol-famous
adother-give Scott's daily the year cake, cookies, and bread, Serve butv nowauce ort cream, ifsitalr frMseJledetr ogrCak pain-relieving agents that every doctor knows-than five
'rond Buysa alldruggistsl with meringue, lightly browned to necessary. who's directly descended from other widely offered rub-ins. For soothing relief, make
ress up the Pudding, or orange Capt. William Clark of famed Lewis sure you get genuine, quick-acting Ben-Gay!
marmalade, jam or jelly. Do you have recipes or entertaining sug. and Clark expedition, which opened
Use simple icings for cake or gestions which you'd like to pass on to up the northwest country, and Mardust lightly with powdered sugar other readers? Send them to Miss Lynn garet Early, who claims Confederutes.



























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The Monticello News. Monticello. i'la. Friday. November 3. 1944



SNAPPY FACTS
ABOUT

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lue for the hose oamiy
Check your tire pressure be
fore inflating and save tr
urget the 0~fice of Defense
Transportation. A passenger
car tire that is 3 pounds bseSPARKY WATTS By BOODY ROGERS low the lowest of its running
I______________ mates cans be suspected of
YES, 6PARKY, J CAN THHW HERE IT GoE, OH, WHAT'S NOT GoEI! having en undisclosed p
GINCE I CHARGE HlG GTICK SO GOOBER- GO -PARKY! WRONG WITH ture. Five pounds' variance
ER WITH HE CAN CHASE GET YOU TREW THAT? OWN GATE is allowed in truck fires.
COqNIC RAYS HE'q IT--fM FULL OF IT OVERZ GOOBER p 'f "
EEN 60 RTRONG COGMIC OAY, -TH' FENCE CAN GO .3O G Ordinarily statistIcs are dull, but
NOBOPY CAN PLAY here are some that are significant
_U' f ~ .' 16 passenger car ire weighs about


022 pounds: There ore 60,000 ~ I i. \pounds of rubber In a battleship,
55,195 pounds In an aircraft carrier
without plane complements 4,358
l~'" ('1~~~ s". 'pounds In a destroyer, 65,000
AFpounds In a Subaie















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EIGHT THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 194

Qluo rti, (Vi' /2 of N /, or NW 1A ) of Ser,- Noliee- of Aplieatiol, for 'far lcedI All if tldl J111010. lo bing_ in the Twelge, (12)also, beginning at Hoa o e C l o
the southeast cornTer o the Northwest Notice is hav peby givenrthat -ertificates earte, of Section Twelve, Rainey the howler of the fioli se ording to laxv t
ni), un west ive, (5), chairs thec ccertiuates gaa filed said ero)ert, ibed in lu., certi Pt








byl beain the Leon Hig Bh Lions
Notbeven, (7), chains, thence southi for a tax dy~ed to bep issued theron. ocri- taexilh cidt h ih ny to o i The csrifoar 19bs and T of e

section Twelve, 112). issnance, the deription of the ropp- the fist Mondty in tc month of DecAll rf the abovi described Lands bed erty, and the names in which it was ember, 1944 hich if, the 4th. day of big in Towhip one, (t) North and assessed are as flslo: cceher, 1944 sless, Year of Issance uIy 6, 1942y 194
Dalil histhe14 ayof Atig. 1944. t~scriptionr of Property Lot 8 Loi.a (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)

teSTAFF NoTd y No 1-10-17-24 Dec. 1. sNhrme ti wh.i assessed: ey & a
e homecoming alg on en24-Dc. 1 Editor-in-Chief--Ava Ruth Sawyerdio NTC________________________________*By 19-6 Margin Assistant Editor Beve., .attrso Madio Here Tonie Notice is hereby given thatI. Alice








near thee en of therdl firs half when
Society ETo Nei IhtlMr \aea urino h saeo ALWAYSthet MJuanita Yates John Henr Yates,
hchAnn Clarke Homecomi is the theme of today minors, will on the 5th day of Dece
Tr Editorl- Willia Bavy her 144, at the hour of 11 o'clock A. A on Measure of Vaue
entl hit their winningrtstrider-iniwin-irn ui~an Tip- around Monticello. Old grads of the .c ntk pliain oHn To.B








foot linei whereaio tim ranor outefor
Ythe py Monticello High School are to gather Bird, Conty Jdge of Jefferson Co-n- AT BRASWELL'S
wing their second consecutive game Class and Club Edito---Violet High- this afternoon at the ele6-0.entary: Iloiida at his office in Monticello, i Dai foi nuthogiy to lake private sale
by beating the Leon High B Lions tower au1ditoriti mifor a meeting at five Iof all the i ight. title anid tindivided in- SEE US FOR I OUR WINTER NEEDS









thees 65-iec Leo Highl Band opened,3
in a colorfttl clash here last Friday Tvrsists--Bettilee Bird, Virginia Mc- O'clock. It is hoped that all who canl teres which is owne and theldwin BLANKETS-All wool or part wool-Warm and Pretty-priced right night; the score was 19-6. The Tigers Intosh, Lotryne Wood, Betty Ann will be there. This is the meetingdescribed heroirrty situate, lying and received the opening kickoff and tap- LaVinka of old friends and of old friends of being inl Jefferson Cotiity, Florida, to- JACKETS-Leaither and other Styles
idly drove for a six point in the first Circtulation Mgrs.-Robert Linton, the school. The Senior Class is spony- _f.ml of the east half of the west half SWEATERS-Wool or Mixtures
gthe Soithewest quarter, except fotr
period with Luther Davis going off Betty Stokely Hgsoring this event in the hope of ak- tc es off the nth end thereof extendleft tackle for the score from three Art Editor-Sue Hadsell ing for better school relations and I iit, acos listth entire north: side there-PA MS-leyadWr
of ftoe reat to west a distance f telP
yards out. Billy Floyd's attempt for Gossip Editor Emmala Pate, Willie for greater community feeling for hlir. Inand in dePtit distance of fot FLANNEL SHIRTS-All Sizes
the placement was 'short. The. game Gts Boland otr school. This event will be one haiiis noith and south, all of said
lid being in Section Twenty (2t),
see-sawed along on even terms until -Lov-Lorn--Bettileet Bird means of bringing those who harve toix naiit two north lrge, seven east,COT-og rJaktSye










sion playowasareumedtwithtRober
near the end of the first half when Reporters-Eleanor Folsom, Lorene gone before hack to the pleasant tela m acres, ore 01 LADIES' SKIRTS-Small or Large Sizes
the Tigers put on a sustained drive Homer, Loren Reicheit memories of yesteryear with good ALICE N. YATES SWEATERS-Good Values
which carried them from their own fellowship to students, almn and As gtirdian of ianita Yates and John
Leong t one- friends.e.li'y YatesaMinurs.
forty yard line down to the bak H No. 19. NoM'. o-10-17-24 Dec. 1
foot line where time ran out before After the five o'choc meeting the GOOD SCHOOL SHOES FOR CHILDREN
they could score. So the half endedTu s a next big event will be the Homecom- 11octofAplaoifr ee WOOLENS, OUTING & OTHERPIC GOD
with the Tigers leading by 6-0 House Bill No. 1162 WORK CLOTHING A SPECIALTY
thring the hli inon trateam meing teae 'Ntie is hereby given, that W .
aftering helps the holder of the following edthernold rivals which all of us can remem- tificates has filed said ctificates for Floydher our nearby town and athl eti foe a ta deed to be ed ro T
with a most impressive drill. They special feattti- (%, ghst aIc wice etiat dedt nubers and yher ofin t _____________________________________________were a veypretty sight with their Tuesday night. Oct. 31, ait the elemen- of Madison. iance, the description of thte prop ____________________________________________fiy and the naAde n which it was pyadss












aht fiverms yard off takl sweep. Floyd'sr
attmp at placemen wasi~at blockedAM" leaingh te scor at1-0 ftra
a og pand white orms. Ler tary school. ach class in the high Mdison bing astr tea here ed a afl ee N. Desthey retired our own Monticello H;g school spernorod a concession fromt tosnd whih boats Moto in s One Year of Isste ly .1042. 34~ Band put on a drill equally good; in- which all to'ococds were taken care of 2 Noth, Range 4 East,














threadu hisrt ways across the, paye stripe
deed they are to be highly omemend- by the P.T.A. Had it not been for i sat t, in Your FAt
th fthe merchants o Monticello w would will prove to be a colorful contest. fe-. which assessed. E. S. Dan














en st.e Coah Hilma there oceed-n t
mee th Lon an deontraio. nt hvebee ale o ecue notghThe Monticello Band will put on a All (if said property being in theA
enly of Jeflcrson, state of Floiid spevil show at the halftime. There















durlingi tme thaltiLe ontems a~ luck-iiat rcetfcae
Foe prizes for the concessions. wili be the presentation of sponsors shall be i-(ctcinetia cording to law t'A
sion play was resumed with Robert The followithe sponso cil: in stci cetifhate
Green kicking off to the Leon teim. Seniors-bingo stand from the Alumni Association and i crtlcateswllie sold to the htchThe Leon high team startled a strong ft'om the student body which will ,st lide t thle 11otr hotise doof ito ___________________________Junior-ball throwing th ei fist Monday in the outh of Dc atmtfor a score with a sustained op mrecat wlkprecede the contest. Itwl eeei- eit'. 114h wihicli is tire 4tll, d[a" o1
sotte gamewtashcrediu December. 144.
running and passing attack. How- 8th Grade-helping cafeteria, and l4: o h eor ftos h ttd tbIls tst. dlay of Novinebe
















Tiger byw 19-6., o otonty
evertheir attempt was for naght as hohao d a n
they were thrown back by the Monl a 4n who are our Alumni. ILIDEHOOALLACEGOOD
ticello forward wall, as Monticello 6th Grade-peants The football game will be followeti Clk of Cit Count of Jeffei on

















Len' 98 The Tiger completed five eno !Con
took over ondowns at their own 15 y, Florda.
No. one aerial intercepted.eThe
yard line. The game rocked along Class. It is hoped that all grads of



















asd potentoer copetn only four of 25pllt~lfo a sd
with neither team threatening ftr- 2nd Grade-hayride bygone years as well as those moreI New
their in the third quarter. Shortly st Grade-darts terdntly left will return to visit their Tioug eill ro. II2 after the fourth quarter opened, Bill After all concessions were closed Alma Mater once more and to regain Notice is hereby given, that I;. I.s~



















yardagec gaier withe 86 yard whilein
Anderson pitched a pass to Billy the Freshman class caIve a play aii- the full fellowship with old class- Clmiktehodro h oloigA .~ean
cetificates- has filed said certif cl An




















yadrepetiel. ipy hua
Floyd who was finally downed on the tier t e direction of Misses Mashburn ates and friends. ]f a tax i'd to be issued thereon
Tmkn alailicate unber and yeas of
five. Anderson then hit paydirt on and Harrington, freshman sponsors;. Mosunc.dernsrito o h p p
five yard off tackle sweep. loyd's At five o'clock the annual parade (.1 A lDIANS I P ;W T'l'I or eryIti h n m s i lic it was
attempt as placement by blocked, -arched through f Noe A ,
leaving the score at 12-0. After an band and announced the carnival i'iek, as t uidili of tle P.r.nI If 1'it f Proe On N.
























Oct.~~Ar 13 Madso Of. OI
of kcks Ane~sn piche afer he prad. Lizalie l iih~, Mial NWii itk, and SW vt of SE ij of Section 12, T'l'owtihip
exchange ofkcs nesnpthdatrteprd.ioris Wi-ick, all inors, ill ,t ti 2 Nc 'tiane 4 Etist, 10 acres. R lrM asS o tO d r
a long pass to Floyd on the Leon 30 .-.l.i of .c.m.r. 1.944, at the bout 6i to i h lssed
flll0l WClot'kI in theforeoo 1110oi 01t;f ridge.
yard line where Floyd continued to
Noov ther24ife s a hi -idr All of sai property being illtle thread his way across the pay stripe Chfange In Plans a11lt-eapl)1icat1QHit) to he otnti idtie Cottilly oftfett. tt fF idi!fJg



























Bi Honorson Rolle First ifi
on the prettiest play of the game. We kfleintiler Coulnty, Florida, at Illt Unles suho ~ cerifiat or cti fi-catc, i M _______________________________________________lii f c i l of 810111cplItt Flo'iii it1 h ilill lie ree me ,cording to' a th I -e.,_------ --Floyd converted with at perfect plance- Frri Next Woek o tii ty to sell at pai,,iae sale. ;rctprtyl descriobed in such e ti ,il oI ----
he( c-itLirO, tit id i iitrest tof the 'i. t,,hHrtictts, Ill tie sold to th Iini





























Allen, Coc leaude n rced t' o
ment. Coach Hileman~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ the proeed ~a lm lif hI til to. 1110 f-oloxxira ,,, bildder at tHe c-ttrt house dooi- oiln,________________________ed to substitute his entire second Cross City football squad will comne ,-"ill eslate. situate atici being itt Jef- til first Mo-nday orinte uoath of Dlec team, several of whom had never here next Thursday instead of Friday ferson Cotintyl, Florita-to- "itit cm iei. 1944, whlich is the 4th, clay of p~& 1
Tile Westl Half of the Sotittlvest D)cceniber. 1944. G A U L
during iofthis time rcvingaethat Leon fueaon a luck- wer as necessitated ofby the announce- of ict,(iouil ule of fi( South- d this. 18,da f1oeme
fora theTeahescMetng-Tieng-s l kituomteleiiwereseClrkef itetioCctfiloeIl e'-n _____________D;_______________________a
able to cash in and drive line thsi TallhssMeetng which is to be held ie Otto rtMrt W12ofS th Norf eS 1 CIRCUIT COURT~f SEAL) 'If* score from the fif teen yard lie hsi alhse nFridaiy, the 10th. Quaritet, (W2/,, of NW'fl.) thle West ICotinty, F'lorida.
ended the scoring for the night and The grame should be a good on~e; Rafo h 15 tl fteNi'hetN.IiNv -01-4Dc1Only the Best Materials
so the game was credited to Our the Cross City team defeated thre and Finest Workmanship are Used in .
Tigers by 19-6. Leon High Lions just two weeks ago F om r:A A WINT7ER POW ER
The statistics onl the game showed ad have shown a powverftil running that Monticello made 14 first downs attack this year. The game shotild rt$ 0I ii
to Leon's eight. The Tigers gained be well matched with the improved FA TO Y Ul
a net of 179 yards from rushing to Tiger machine rolling into action. h u t l *s r ts\FA TO YLeon's 98. The Tigers completed five Rabid football fans will be able to 'CONTROLLED
of eight pass attempts for a total see several good games that weekend
only one aerial intercepted. The see meeting Daytona Mainland High Xr I I Z~R c p ~ g





















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Lenpir, Bettaclee uieSho ucaer nTalhse i
as potent completing only four of 25 Saturday, in Jacksoniville the classic B A1 6.00-16 ~(
47 yards. Leon had six passes inter- Florida-Georgia battle will be staged. O7
cepted. Billy Floyd led the Tiger Our Tigers stttrt the week end of f ins yardage gainers with 86 yards while great style with their meeting of the We recap any make tire with

















thesfhop, iMaroyeGeer
Henry Reams and Bill Andersoii Cross City eleven. Remember Thtirs- Gh frip u Tread.e Gar
were close behind with 77 and 62 day night, 8:15 o'clock.
yard, respectively. Tippy Shuman
provided most of the defensive thrills Materials DancemasipGurnte
making a large number of the tack- Jr.I FootbIallDa c NO RATION CERTIFICATE REQUIRED
1es; he was ably aided by Sonny Noe-___gel and Bill Anderson. The Jtuniors sponsored a sporty 4
dance Friday iight, Oct. ,27, at the
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Tie ec r N with Leon. This xvasr the second -The Extra Life gives you extra Value 'for your mofril7. RANKIN &WILLIAMS, Owners MONTICELLO, FLORIDA
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Willams Virginia. 3 -t o t a ld nc n a lng tne ie t ri g e t.i
Oct. 6 Jasper. 0 0 place was just naturally packed; anid your electrical accessories too I-0
Oct. 13 Madison.0 0 there was even a floor show! First
Oct. 20 Pelham .---27 7 on the program was a duet by Joyce IIRESTON HOM &IL AUT SUPPIESJA. USESE URTY FE D
Oct. 27 Leon B. 19 6 Cooper and Gwendolyn, atChett. It ANKIN & WILLIAMS, Owners MONTICELLO, FLORIDA
Nov. 3 Madison---------_.? was really a swell hit, too. Next,
Nov. 10 Cross City Here Miss Dickert saig "It Had To Be ________________________________Nov. 17 Jasper in Jasper You-rather swooneytr Martha Arnie 53Ca ir ia r d c ep your ol hens trough, te mTOl
Nov. 24 Perry Here Stelts aiid J. A. Bradshawv wet-a real-l 53C r r ia r d c Sale n aeihM in good
Nov. 29 Pelham Here ly glet bell with a stnazzy danice numn- Z oeqikyadhiel
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pbet By special pqtist Claudia Cray SEEURITY
from Tallahassee sang 'Niriht and laing by feeding B Honor Roll First Day." A lecrowd stayed overE
from Tallahsee. Just ev erybody
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Warrants, George (continued from page 1) Wo, B y A
Bidr, Bettilee There was some more swapping, but HKSEU IY RoIr RTO
Bishop, Mary Nep no free giving. The crews exehang SEURT KRIE NVATRION
Folsopn, Eleanor ed cigarettes-aiid sugar ouit of their THIS W E EK ONLY H.U
Freeman, Wilma rations for peaches. The Potato Buy Of The Year f your hogs are in the cornfield, balance their ration with
Fuqunay, Virginia It wi s the first time men of this
Hightower, Violet grotip had landed ila Pretih soil. U. S. Maine SECURITY SWINE SUPPLEMENT
Horner, Lorene Previously they were greeted by flak hihpoenand mineral feed formulte to balance
LaVinka, Helen Rose and fighters. Now they were wel- your conc0pud euiy wn up etwt
McIntosh, Virginia coined by friends. yourE corn 40pud Scrt wieSpleetwt
Sanl Frances Jane Us your corn will produce 100 pounds of pork.
Sawyer, Ava Ruth Lieut. and Mrs. L. W. Chamberlain Se sfr5Pudo os faybadScrt ed
Shuman, Marceline who have been visiting the latter's Seu o on r5Tn faybadScrt ed
Thigpen, Dorothy parents, M. anti Mrs. Preston Bird, Fair Prices Always
Thompson, Katherine at Drifton, left recently for Eaton
Treadwell, Joe Rouge, La., where Lieut Chan-iberet i
Williams, Virginia will be stationed. They will return, j ~ F. A. JOHNSTON
Wood, Mildren later for their young sonil who is now a More Hot Pricerl Fruits
Wright, Patsy with his grandparents. I