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The Monticello news

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The Monticello news
Uniform Title:
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.19 December 1, 1944

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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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Weekly constitution (Monticello, Fla.)

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MONTICELLO PHE RED CLAY HILL
The Great Middle SECTION OF
Gae toE oda THE MONTICELLO NEWS ___RHIL


rHE NATIVE HOME OF THE PAPER SHELL PECAN JEFFERSON COUNTY FLORIDA'S IDEAL FARMING AND DAIRYING SECTION
VOL. 60, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1944 FIVE CENTS A COPY


Club Women Plan Stamp Will Honor IMen Over 29 Still Lending Library Is PAONRISISSUEDFEARLY Tigers Vanquished

Continuance Of State's Admission Subject To Being Auxiliary Service Readers of The Monticello News By Perry Bulldogs

Civic Projects Jacksonville, Nov. 28.-"Assuranc- Called To -Service aeville, Nov. 28.-The Florida will probably find each of the paper's In Hard 13-6 Game
es have been received from Washing- American Legion Auxiliary today put,
An open meeting of the Board of ton that the Post Office Department "Registrants above age 29 who a fillip on the end of National Book since the issue is being printed on In the hardest fought football
Directors of the Monticello Garden will issue a special commemorative have not reached their 38th birth date Week in Florida ,announcing that Wednesday instead of Thursday, as game seen here in many years, Perry Club washeld at the home of the stamp in honor of the 100th anniver- are still liable for induction," said Auxiliary units and the state Legion is the weekly custom. was able to make good their two
Preidnt rs. F. A. Brink, Monday sary of Florida's admission into the Brig. General Vivian Collins, State have made 1,146 books available to I ors tre to vanqui our
President, Mrs. F. A. Brink, Monday Union," Harold Colee, executive vice director of Selective Service, in a the children in rural areas of the In order that the force might en- scoring threats to vanquish oar afternoon. president of the Florida State Chain- news conference today, "altho many state in the last four years. necessary to move publication up the way, fumbling on their last
in addition to routine business c eesr omvepbiainu hae toy scorein whn there hadte
her of Commerce, said today. people seem under the impression According to Mrs. F. T. Scarbor- chance to score when they had the
conducted with the President in the "When the Tampa Collectors Club that this group of registrants need ough, Auxiliary book project chair- twenty-four hours which has prob- ball on Perry's two yard line; first chair, letters were read from several initiated this movement in May of no longer furnish information to the man and acting extension librarian ably resulted in items being omitted down and goal to go. vi torsoe ethusi sticly feetinh this year, the State Chaamber im- local board." of the University of Florida General that would otherwise have appeared. The Tiger effort for victory was

hos tality extended by the Monticel mediately supported the proposal and "Many registrants, age 30 and Extension Division, 60 Auxiliary units Next week the paper will return h ighted by several long runs. 1o Club and of the attention to de- enlisted the support of our congres- over, are now in Class 1-A and must in the state have contributed $460 to its regular schedule. None of them were scores, however, tails which had the sional delegation," Colee said. "At be ordered for induition," said Gen- to the book fund since 1941 as our boys were dragged down
beens given byd thet his_____ asde our0 boysin wee drged dw
several committees. The Board in- that time the Post Office Department eral Collins, "because they or their state has added $400, bringmg the from behind by the very fast Perry
dicaed y o te its appreciation of stated that while no definite commit- employer have failed to furnish the total to $860. 800 Goal As
mentte coudisaprcaio f$8 0 G alS tA secondary. Billy Floyd on a pass
the assistance rendered by friends of meant could be given, the proposal local board with current information All Legion districts are represented ran 60 yards before being pulled down
the Club to whom letters will be would be placed on its preferential regarding their work. Written in- among units that have contributed, Christmas Seal on the Perry 5. Henry Reams made
t list when the 1945 stamp program formation must be placed in the reg- Mrs. Scarborough reported, and the one nice run of 45 yards only to be
was being formulated, istrant's file showing that he is act- list includes also three Junior Auxil- Opens tackled on the Perry 30. Clarence
"We have contacted our congres- ively engaged in some work that iary organizations. Walker got away for two nice runs
the work of the Civic Committee. The____Wakrgtwyfotonieus theewrk of Dember Cic C meen he sional delegation agaain and are now makes a contribution to the welfare The books are circulated among one for 50 yards, being tackled on

aside as clean-up week in the ceme- assured we will have the stamp and of the community or nation in order schools of the state through the Chil- hristma Seas, tofnt h Par
aiee te oes that work on it will start around the that the local board may consider dren's Library Service of the General work of the Jefferson County Tu- Perry'ought onoth e yars 2tery during which ti ot o s first of the year," he stated. placing the registrant in a deferred Extension Division, a service that has berculosis and Health Association yarutripe.
are urged to clean their own plots ,, were received by resident
and make necessary plantings of class, been under way for 23 years. county in their mail last week. This Luther Davis got away for one 20
winter grass and shrubbery. The Trann General Collins stated that the "When curtailment of the service annual seal drive opening Novem- yard sweep even though the Perry
abelia hedge ispresent policy of occupational defer- seemed likely for lack of state funds her 27 will be continued until Christ- defense was centered on stopping the the rear of the cemetery and the Off dl ment for registrants age 30 and over in 1940," Mrs. Scarborough said, "the inas. Mrs. Dick Hughes, executive hard-running Tiger. Davis scored
work on the paths done by the city OVfred Rvy in very liberal, and local boards are furnishing of books for the use of secretary, said that the association the only Tiger touchdown in the
force will be supervised by this com- making a strenuous effort to obtain school children throughout Florida expected to realize from the sale second quarter.
mittee in co-operation with a similar Jacksonville, Fla., Nov. 28.-The current information on these regis- was adopted as a major project of '$800.00, the amount necessary to Willie Joe Gunter was the big gun
committee from the Woman's Club. Navy today issued a call for men for trants in order that cases warranting ithe American Legion Auxiliary corn- carry on its 1945 program. The of the Perry attack as he sparked his
The Garden Club through the training in Radar, described as the deferment may be placed in a defer- munity service committee. first sheets of seals were delivered team along with Johnny Matzanas,
Civic Committee is also sponsoring war's newest and most thrilling field. red classification. Without the nec- Through this assistance which to Mayor Richard H. Simpson. big fullback. The Perry team was
the cleaning off of a lot east of the The program is open to both volun- essary information the local board was initiated by the Auxiliary unit of "Christmas seals nave become a the fastest team played on the local Power Plant which can be used for teers and inductees. has no choice except to order any of Haislcy Lynch Post in Gainesville, tradition in this community," said gridiron this season.
picnic purposes by the people of Those selected for the training, these registrants now classified in the children's library service of the the Mayor, "and I hope everyone will The Tigers rose to the occasion and Monticello, young and old. It is Lieut.-Comdr. T. J. Needham, Jr., 1-A for induction. General Extension Division has been use them. This is the 40th anni- played the visitors off their feet
hoped that this effort will serve as state officer-in-charge for Navy re- "Registrants in this group now greatly increased." versary of the sale of the first seals after a poor first quarter. The game
a pattern for cleaning off other un- cruising and induction said, will re- classified in Class 1-A should imme to support a health program. By should have, at worst, been a tie, but
sightly vacant lots in town. ceive a course of instruction valued diately contact their local boards and buying and using Christmas Seals, fate took a hand and the a breaks
The War Service Committee under 'roughly at approximately $12,000, furnish current information as to RATION NEW all of us can say 'Cshank Sou and Keep went against our Tigers.
the chairmanship of Mrs. T. M. Bras- with great postwar possibilities, their occupational status if this is up the good work' to an organiza- The statistics show that Perry had
well is carrying out several interest- Applicants must pass a prelimin- required," said General PROCESSED FOODS tion which is doing a wonderful job the edge in first downs 11 to 9. But
ing projects. Forty-five flower con- ary qualifying test and those selected closing the conference.Blue A-8 through W-5 (Book 4) in raising the health starndards of the Tigers outgained them in total
trainers have been collected for Fi- will start 'their tra now valid at 10 points each, Blue to- this city and county." yardage racking up 282 yards
ney Hospital. Money has also been first class graduating from the ten A TIMELY SUGGESTION kens now invalid. Stamps good indefi- Thanking the Mayor for his prompt against Perry's 205. Clarence Walkcontributed for potted Christmas months' course with a petty officer nitely. Stamps X-5, Y-5, Z-5, A-2 purchase of seals, Mrs. Hughes said er was the leading ground gainer
(Continuea on Page Eight) rating. In last week's issue of The News and B-2 become valid indefinitely, that the proceeds from the sale for the Tigers with 118 yards with
For full details those interested a correspondent, with proper time- Dec. 1. would be used to support a tubercu- Henry Reams close behind with 94.
rnay apply at Navy recruiting sta- liness, drew our attention again to i MEATS AND FATS losis control program expanded to Gunter picked up 88 yards for the

Miam, West Palm Beach, St. Peters- center for the young people of the Red A-8 through P-5 (Book 4) now meet wartime needs. The danger of a Bulldogs of Perry. rEAL BH N UI I burg, Orlando, Tallahassee, Gaines- community (and at that-they need valid at 10 points each for use with rise in tubercuulosis, she said, is al- The score by quarters:
Dr. F. A. Brink, Director ville, Pensacola or Marianna. not be quite so young, either). tkr.Bt odidfntl. wy rae ntm fwr otclo06-- oa
There could be no more serviceable SUGAR Mrs. Richard Simpson will again
TUBER uJLOSIS or appropriate war memorial than Sugar stamps No.'s 30, 31, 32, 33 serve as chairman of the Christmas Perry 6-0-7-0 total 13
Protect Your The annual sale of C1 this, that could command the interest and 34 now good for five pounds each Seal campaign. This is Mrs. SimpTUBERCULO Christmas seals pro- Stock Yard Report and financial support of all, and indefinitely. son's eighth year of service in the Katherine Theatre
vides funds that help many there are who have already Canning Sugar Jefferson Tuberculosis and Health
immeasurably in the The Monticello Stock Yard had a promised generous donations for such Stamp No. 40 good for five pounds Association. Mrs. Dick Hughes is Shows In
fight against disease. light run of cattle and a fair run of a laudable enterprise. canning sugar until February 28, serving her third year as executive
These little stickers hogs at the weekly sale Monday, a Some tho, still seem to forget that 1945. Apply to local boards for sup- secretary and Miss Louise Sattler Florida Premiere
carry a message of rainy day for the sale. Hogs sold unlike the stork, angels do not usual- plemental rations. her fourth year as TreasurerP
hope and cheer. They fully steady while cattle sold from ly bring such a blessing to a com- Canning Sugar Deadline for appli- Mamie B. Scott, Jeannes Teacher,
give the purchaser a steady on plain kinds to $1.00 per munity. Your correspondent there- cations extended to Feb. 1, 1945. Will head the negro seal sale drive. Heralded as the most important
NERRY CHRI MiS well earned feeling of cwt higher on good cattle, compared fore aptly remarked "For years they SHOES This is her 8th year as chairman. event in 50 years of motion picture
BUY and 1r, having helped in a with last week, have talked about it, but for years Airplane stamps No. 1, 2 and 3 She states that the negro goal is history, Darryl F. Zanuck's techniChr ist3 suli great cause, a great Best steers & heifers .10 to 13.00 they haven't done a blessed thing (book 3) valid indefinitely. $500.00 for this year. color production of "Wilson" is schedfight. Medium steers & heifers 6 to 10.00 about it but talk." For a change, FUEL OIL Early returns in the county are uled to open December 10 at the
Last year, thanks to seal sale best cows .8 to 11.00 therefore, why not let our money do Period 4 and 5 coupons from last ahead of last year. To date $74.00 Katherine Theatre. This will be the money, more than a score of Jeffer- Medium cows .------- 4 to 8.00 the talking for us, for "money talks" year and Period 1 coupons for this has been received. first showing of this important film
son County persons were provided bulls .,,5 to 10.00 yoo know, and it speaks the only season now valid. in the state of Florida.
full size chest X-ray. Calves . 6 to 13.00 language that is intelligible in such GASOLINE More than 2% years in the making,
The war on tuberculosis, on the Heavy No. 1 hogs, 12.75 a predicament.-A Former High A-13 coupons valid through Decem- Vause Heads State the film-the greatest project ever
home front, is going well. There are No. 1 hogs .13.50 School Popil. ber 21. Rationing rules now require undertaken by 20th Century Foxfew advanced cases in the county. No. 2 hogs, ------. .-. 13.00 -- that every car owner write his license Press Group For 1945 has shattered all previous Hollywood
Isolation in the home and hospital- No. 3 hogs, 12.15 number and state on each gasoline production records.
ization have cut the number of new No. 4 hogs, .12.00 INCREASED WORK WITI coupon in his possession as soon as L. E. Vause ,of Williston, editor of The deeply moving story of an
cases. No. 5 hogs, 11.85 RURAL YOUTH PLANNED they are issued him by the rationing the Williston Sun and prominent for American family, set against the
Let us not stop now when the foe Light No. 1 hogs 11.25 BY EXTENSION SERVICE board. years in state newspaper circles, was drama of our country's most exciting
is weakened and victory is near- Roughs, .6 to 11.75 ___ elected president of the Florida State era, was directed by Henry King, who
BUY CHRISTMAS SEALS. feeder pigs . 5 to 15.00 Gainesville, Fla.-Increased atten- -eecteonsible for such memorable
tion to problems and work of rural WOMAN'S CLUB TO MEET Press Association Friday at the an- was resp ie s e Ale
youth ,particularly older youth, and nual meeting held at Silver Springs hits as "The White Sister," "Alexanstrengthening of 4-H club work is The Womans Club of Monticello near Ocala. der's Ragtime Band," and "The Song

CInerestng items of Jefferson planned by the Florida Agricultural will hold its regular December meet- Vause has announced the following
ount Bos ad Grlsin er-Extnsin Srvie, ccodin toDi-logat he lHouse, Tuesday, Dee- board of directors to serve with himl The story begins in 1909, with WilCounty Boy a Girls innSicer rector A. P. Spencer. The Florida ember 5, at 4 o'clock. during the coming year: George Burr, son an inconspicuous university presservice is adopting recommendations Members have been asked to bring Winter Haven; Nate Reece, Arcadia; ident. It ends twelve years later, on made recently by the rural youth gifts of nuts which will be sent by Paul Rardin, Canal Point; Sam Pea- the day he leaves office as President 'Miami Beach, Fi., Nov. 28.-1st Guard Officer, 17th Naval District, sub-committee of the Association of the club to hospitalized soldiers at cock, Clermont; 0. L. Brice, Lake of the United States. In between, it Lt. Douglas L. Cooksey, 23, Monticel- Ketchikan, Alaska. Land-Grant Colleges and Universities Christmas. A full attendance is urged Wales; K. A. MacGowan, Quincy; moves through the dramatic kaleidolo, Fla., has arrived at Army Air Whittle, 29, who enlisted in the for "a concrete youth program broad and everyone is urged to remember Min Ayers, Trenton, and Alvin a football field at Princeton, through
Forces Redistribution Station No. 2 Coast Guard in November ,1936, is (continued on page four) to bring their nuts to the meeting. Weaver, Bristol. tb field a to celebratin Miami Beach for reassignment pro- now Petty Officer-in-Charge of a ed Hall of Mirrors at Versailles.
cessing after completing a tour of Coast Guard Communications Unit in The largest interior set ever filmed
duty outside the continental United southeastern Alaska. quy at Least an Extra $100 Bond Today. -the Dramatic National Convention
States. e During his eight years' service of 1912-was built for the film. For
Medical examinations and classifi-with the Coast Guard, Whittle has the first time the White House was
cation interviews at this post, one of served aboard several patrol cutters. Iphnd
five redistribution stations operated Prior to assignment to Alaska, he 'o V extra authenticity ecthe scenes of
by the AAF Personnel Distribution served two years with the Coasttra authenticityom, the es of
Command for AAF returnee officers Guard's Atlantic submarine patrol. the President's room, the east room
and enlisted men, will determine his -u--l. A n s a pto and the blue room.
newasinet HrThe son of Mrs. W. F. Whittle, of S No less than 300 specially designed
e aboitmweeks, much of wh Box 34, Monticello, Whittle was train- costumes for the feminine principals
will be devoted to rest and recreation. ed for his communications duties at of the film, representing the cream
He flew 28 missions as a B-17 bom- Coast Guard Radio Schools in Curtis 4 of fashion from 1909 to 1924 pass in
hardier during six months in t Bay, Maryland, and Key West, Flor- colorful review.
during six ionth insca theing colrfusreiew European theatre and won the DFC, ida.
Air Medal with three clusters, and V- presents a cavalcade of musical Amerthe Purple Heart. He worked as an 1st Lt. L. W. Chamberlain has icana with 87 of this country's bestentomologist for the State of Florida been transferred from Baton Rouge, loved songs heard throught. before joining the AAF Aug. 20, 1941. La., to Strother Field, Kansas. Lt.
His father, B. H. Cooksey, and his Chamberlain, his wife (the former MISS HAWKINS HEADS SORORITY
wife, Marian, live at the same ad- Maria Bird of Drifton)m anld their PE EG U A CO G
drssmall son, Billy, have moved from ___LEGEGRUPT_ OLEG
V_ Baton Rouge to Winfield, Kansas. M
Ketchikan, Alaska, 15 November, hs haMiss Nell Hawkins, of Monticello,
1944.-Goast uardsman William N. Pvt. George H. Wirick of Lloyd has 12Eha hb Dlta plegpresod at FI re
Whittle, Chief Radioman, of Monti- recently completed his boot training ia 2 512 E ld State College for Women in Talcello, Florida, has recently completed at Camp Blanding and spent a ten lahaee
ten months' duty with the U. S. Coast day furlough with his wife and parGuard in Alaska, according to an an- cents. He left a few days ago f o Miss Hawkins, who is tie daughter
announcement received today from Cap- Fort Meade, Maryland, for further "" of Mr .and Mrs. J. M. Hawkins, is a
tain G. W. MacLane, District Coast training. .".'" "senior at the college.






The Monticello News. Monticello, Fla. Friday, December 1, 1944


Th ontReturns toWeck Japanese Flet CLSIFE

DEPARTMFENT

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U USED TRUCKS
W OffriUSED TRUCK HEADQUARTERS We . . .have them, practically all makes. models
ON End Eses. K-BOY MOTOR SALES. RES5
V, A ~aLee Stcrt. Phone 5-199, Jacksonville. Fla.
ITales of the Town:
Washington, D. C. This story has never been printed SALESMAN WANTED
CABINET CLEAN-OUT? before, we are told How Vice
WASHINGTON.-Those around the UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY
White House say that this time the staff during the Chicago convention Salesman to represent Manufacturer's ITS,
President really means business He left word that he was not to ride line sentiawln. aull tim
when it comes to cleaning out his eral commission. No investment.samples
Cabnet Of couse thi wor has eear a ped n th coecin g HsCompact. work small or large established
Cabinet. Of course, this word hasrepuired. been passed out so often that some sceayrpe ntecnetn a eesr.Praet elc os
beenpassd ou so ftenthatsomeoor and, getting no answer, opened dential. write SALES DEPT. 2301 Madi
intimates are keeping their fingers it and looked in. He Was ._Av._(_),_St._Louis._M_.
crossed. alarmed to see two boys asleep in
However, it is a fact that Roose- the t b FOR RENT
velt is now faced with some situa hteneds s The alarGS F
tions he cannot escape, other situa- .He finally locatedOthViceSPresidentIForSren
tions which have made him sore. In in tei
the former category is Cordell Wallace explained. . At 3 in the
Hull's health. In the latter cate- morning two soldiers had knocked
gory is Jesse Jones. As a result, HEARIN oor
various names have been put in theonhsdrwillokgfrsme varius nmes ave een ut i thene else. . He learned they had 3 A U E7 DOCTOR'S
White House Cabinet hopper and are HEact .en NEW
being examined carefully.CLA YDIOVR
being examined carefully. ~~~~~e they take his room. . Then he Vc a 1apecito otetha
Here are some of the names which a Ear 0 a i COVead
dressed, went downstairs, and sat no ses, do" ed up feeling, ringing. hissing
may feature in the new cabinet. up al ng dzso i e c
Secretary of Commerce-Marrin- it isondeful to ha ceaft
er Eccles, now chairman of the Fed-severe
-rEcenwcara fteFd ,I Let o.JmsRoeeti earache. Send $2 today for 20 applications
eral Reserve Board; or Leon Hen- divrda
derson; or Chester Bowles, now
OPA administrator; or Beardsley turned after considerable action
Ruml, author of the Ruml tax plan in the South Pacific when he
and considered a liberal big-busi- was stuck on a coast highwaY. Vicious Ants and Hollow
ness man. started to walk hack to his
Secretary' of Labor-Dan Tobin, .cp.Ang a a Tree a Team of Nature
head of th temtes unon orngcmea
head of the teamsters' union; or Left: Full-face photo of the U. S. Hornet, silhouetted planes crowning its flight deck, somewhere in the army truck . . Colonel RooseJohn Winant, now Ambassador to Pacific. Lower right: The Stars and Stripes flutters in Pacific breeze from carrier. Upper right: Blimp makes velt, using the hitch-hiker's One of the most unusual of trees
London and former head of the In- one-point landing aboard carrier. Cruising in from a fight, the navy blimp makes the landing somewhere thumb sign, stopped it. . The is the barrasanta or "ant tree"
ternational Labor Office. Winant, at sea. Three carriers help pay back part of the debt owed the Japs for sinking their namesake carriers, Sergeant driving it welcomed grown in sparsely populated easthowever, would prefer to be Secre- the Hornet, Wasp and Lexington. Deadly blows were dealt the Japanese fleet during the second lattte of him for a lift. . He didn't rec- er Colombia (South America). A
tary o State Tobin if apointe, the hilippnes b the HrnegnadzotheheaPresident'sognzsonhandessmalls oslenderaltreendwithee redh re lowotsaoutat.Tbn fapitd the Phiippne byL thloreeadotednvecries started griping about his luck. er, the barrasanta has a hollow
is about the only AFL leader
who"Colonel," he said, "it sure trunk which houses a swarm of
Postmaster General-Robert Han- is tough that two fighting men vicious, biting ants.
PostasteFrn Generl-R w obe ta- ia einlike us can't get into the Big A perfect team of nature-tree
negan. Frank Walker, now Post--iR ie Tr m i s S P n s l a i
master General, believes that the Show, instead of motoring along protects the arts against the eleDemocratic national chairman
should also be Postmaster and, be-a peaceful highway like this." mets, the ants protect the tree
shul als be Potase and be- "Yes, it is," said Roosevelt's against animals and man.
ing a retiring person anyway, Walk- boy, "but ordersisorders!"
er is ready to step out. a said t"
Secretary of Agriculture-Roose- trouble with men like us, Colvelt is hoping to persuade Henry nel, is that we don't know the
Wallace to take this job again. If right people." Relieve
not, Wallace will be offered the ambassadorship to Moscow, considered Most of Wall Street has been keepvitally important, or chairmanship ', ing a watchful eye lately on the Bronchitis
of the international food organiza- Fisher Brothers, who are prominent Creomulsion relieves promptly betion. Roosevelt feels that it would in the automobile industry. . One cause it goes right to the seat of the
be difficult politically to make Wal- J of the Fishers was motoring through trouble to help loosen and expel
lace Secretary of State. because of germ laden phlegm, and aid natu
opposition from Hull and Senate re- fiOA to Soothe and heal raw, tender, inactionaries. ly, when a tire on his car blew flamed bronchial mucous memactonrie. ~He stopped near a small factory branes. Tell your druggist to sell you
Secretary of State Ex-Justice where he went looking for a phone. a bottle of Creomulsion with the unJimmy Byrnes or Ambassador Winant. Appointment of Byrnes would understanding you must like the way it
. Hewen toseveal lacs lok- quickly allays the cough or you are
nant. Appoitment of Bynes would b ing for a booth and was recognized t aeyu oe ak
smooth things down for Hull, who by the owners of small plants in CR
isn't anxious to resign even though
in the hospital. Hull would kickthnegbrod Teeysf R O U SN
in he osita. ullwold ickii <~ ~ ~ ~'these excited minor tycoons popped for Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis
like a mule if Sumner Welles or i as they saw him.He must,"
Wallace were to succeed him. they reasoned, inspecting one
Byrnes also gets along well with of the factories!" And that is NO ASPIRIN FASTER
Senate Foreign Relations chairman Left: Mrs. Ethel Esterly of Allentown, Pa., is shown in hospital with the son born to her r ce Sur why the stock of a relatively minor than genuine, prce St. Joseph Aspirin.
Tom Connally and other reactiona- rounding her are her husband, Earl Wallace Esterly, right, foreground, and 15 more of her 18 livi cHild company jumped 2 points. World'slargestselleratlc.Nonebe(ter,
Ties. She says the new son, Timothy, will be the last. Right: The mother of 17 children, Mrs. Stella D rti Welsh none surer. Why pay more? Why ever
Secretary of the Interior-Harold 43, of Allison Park, Pa., has donated 11 pints of blood to the Red Cross. She and her husban Robert Jaccept less? Demand St. Joseph Aspirin. Ickes. Welsh, 53, are shown with 14 of their children. Two sons are in the service, another was kille in action The epidemic of suicides (who
Attorney General-Francis Biddle. have been "committing sidewalk")
Roosevelt will not accept either was stopped by a newspaper phoBiddle's or Ickes' resignation. They tographer. . A woman frantically
were his top campaign speakers. of in Holland for telephoned a newspaper and said
NOTE-After FDR defeated Will- Z a he crn from the paper
kie in 1940, Miss Perkins submitted ____hd t pone that she wagig
her resignation. Her letter has Js pfom hr window. g
been in the White House files since to jum f he w I There gond rason why PAZO oint.
January 15, 1941. The President "Please," she urged, "do something
never acted on it. o sufferers frnm imple I Fit.
~~ct stop ointmen sThhe indiame asea
KAIER' * ~' signed a photographer tthscn. -relieves pain and itching. Second.
." .II . Instead of phoning the police, PAZO ointment lubricates hardened.
KAISER'S MERCHANT FLEET this bard-boiled photogger (thinking dried paris-helps prevC.1 crackinand
Demon ship-builder Henry Kai- fiaron.Thd.PZte.
Demn sip-uiler enr Ka >. ~~ ~only of getting a good picture) in reduce swelling and check bleeding.
ser thinks he has found an an- w 1 1 talked his way into an apartment mena perforated Pile Pipe makes arswer to the burning question of g, NO, .l1c if KY
how he can use some of the great m a ac. th can l torough. oureto
fleet of merchant ships he hasThemwold-bedy.you.botheoitment built, and still keep on building suicide climbed out on the ledge.
buitan sil kepon uil.g. Just as she was about to jump,
more after the war.
moreaftr th wa. .he yelled: "Mahe it good, lady. I
Kaiser plans to enter competition with the West Coast shipping gtamk iig oaed" A is
tio wih te Wst oas shppig l ,. . She was so furious at this "in~- SION OF A
lines, set up his own shipping vision of her privacy" she climbed
business, try to emphasize smart
salesmanship, cheap freight
rates, mass orders. He says his
only hope is a free and open Z.
marketin th Orien, thiks heAnd you think you have it tough,UaE 6 6
market in the Orient, thinks he ~hh
can do a more efficient job of . Along Melody Lane he Cold Preparations as dtreded
shipping both to and from the is rated as a kid with a ral fuFar East than a lot of old-line I ture. Before he was drafted
companies. into the Army e was the conductor
*of the New York City Symphony. IN
.And so the Brain Trusters in uOR40
NAVY DEPT. RESHUFFLE made him a band leader.
Secretary of the Navy Forrestal
Serear The last tim hewshm nlav Do You Kate HOT FLASHES?
finally has devised a plan to ele-s ie ews oeonev
vae isol al Sret rendle--~ he was guest conductor of that au-. if you suffer from hot flashes, feel
vate his old Wall Street friend, weak nervous. a bit blue at timesStruve Hensel, to the job of Assist- S D l Glover, Pitts- all derio tefunial meant Secretary of the Navy. He has Victory signs put up by townspeople of the Dutch city of Breda even burgh, Pa., veteran of six missions h he certarne i all aE pipliar t om
been wanting to do it for a long before it was liberated from Nazi rule by Polish troops. The signs idi- over Europe, and holder of the Air Wr d md E. rinkes Vegeto
time, but there were too many Wall cate that the Nazis' V-2 weapon will give way to the V-3 of the United Medal, has been grounded on ac. was summoned by the CO. and hand- Taken regularly-Pinkham's Coin
Streeters running the Navy to add Nations which will make a clean sweep of the war in Europe and com- count of age. He is only 16 years d tu h buiup sistancs
anyBecause he failed to make a satis- Pinkham's compound is made
anymor. petefredomforitspeole.oldandwil begivn adishare. factory marching al'rangement of especially for women-it helps naHere is the new solution. You can the waltz: "Carolina M lure and that's the kind of ieal.
write it down as definite that Able BE ETions
John Sullivan, now Assistant Secre- Masters the Sixty Downed Intimates wi you that they
tary of the Treasury, will become
Undersecretary of the Navy around are beyond hope of reconciliation.
Undesecetar oftheNavyarond ~ '~'7 N .nc~'c "~They no longer speak to each other
January 1. A New Hampshire Dem- or look at each other without glar- NU7
ocrat and no banker, Sullivan wllHe is well known in the replace Republican banker Ralph theater and so is she. . They deBard, who came out publicly for chided on an eventual divorce about
Dewey. With banker Bard out of
the picture as Undersecretary of
the Navy, Forrestal figures he can e
then bring in banker Hensel as As- both refuse to move out for each
sistant Secretary. Hensel already is . oT ai
chiefof th Navyprocuementlegaly "" -~ e estranged interlude as much to 24huseeydy1days every,
chief of the Navy procurement legal inyfltc
division but wants a handle to his ;o tml as e
can have a place to sleep! I oepol eeaaeo o h
name.
a d n other wasti,
DIPLOMATIC CHAFFat cannot t the blood
TheBrodwa Exres: Cl. l- without injul to healt there would
DIPOMTI TheyF havea worn nouiom iciott Roosevelt will marry into a be better understanding of uch, the
41 They have worn no uniform sinceA
Benjamin Franklin appeared as Am- pbc bitterly op Wo syti psthndes.
inodiay o'sr-eetin Burnin, scanty or too frequent onuisbassador to France in ordinaryhis to sometimes warns that sothi
clothes, refused to don court dress DR's first public appearance (since I wrong. You may offer aging backwas~~~ thtestinohh Fec 'e welcome home parade) will be ache, headaches, dizziness, rheuati,
ant w pis getting up at nights, swelling.
inWashington Dit innwe. an wynt try Den's Pill? You vill
court. Franklin argued that he rp
resented a nation of rebellious farm-a teGrdrinDinr
reene aTainoheelos a '' -. e buzz persists that Steve Early, coutr ver. Deaa's stimulate the funne
ers, merchants and frontiersmen % fhuio ot idneys and help the
who believed more in democracy FDR's press chief, will resign after blush o oino armfthe
than in kingly folderol. These German civilians are being marched through Kunrade, Holland, Maj. Richard 1. Bong, Poplar, th I g l make stoda.
41 Since then U. S. ambassad to Dutch oads. They weie formerly German guards over Wis. (left), with a record of 35 g. James Wechsler, the brilha re stuck to plain evening clothes, Dutch workers who were forced to work for the Nazis. Now the Dutch do and Maj. Thomas B. McGuire, IleTral with gray-striped pants and cutaway tho guarding and the cex-masters do the working. This is typical of the Ridgewood, N. J., with a score of predicted Dewey's voteh
ithe gaytri n t closer than anyone.
in t~ ~ ~ he Hfeno.lbrtdcmtisI onet Reu n2t5r c Jap panesmet Fle1-et







The Monticello News. Monticello. Fla., Friday, December 1, 1944


IMPRVEDW~WW SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK

railroadedinoopular Pineapple Design Doily

memr lesson Lovable iTime Gift Doll
the STOras THSrdone or teo s
tea mshipL By rout to Hawail,
sheOf The Moody Bible Institute of de iSe l eSa dUS AR Zorle a tstern Newspaper Unon
Who hates herself for being meek is be all right in the morn- Jutlands.
railroaded into taking a job she does not The akhwant assisting Admiral Duncan wr te his Ing T
memoirs She Is In love with Paul Dun Does he get these attacks often?" was smiling absently. He looked at Lesson for December 3 can, the admiral's grandson. Aboard the 'No, but he should-the way he her. He stared. His smile became___steamship Samoa, en route to Hawaii, drinks. I don't want to sound like a tremulous. It faded. It returned it? Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se- Al ?, .


decke an brutalhte han isnclapedtoernhe
she dances with Steve, Paul's brother. reformer, darling, but you do know the form of a delighted grin. ctedu and copightusEdubycatrnat onad by;'c
him, claiming that Steve is a Nazi SPYa thr.o
ovevrious, adws the agains hout leo. I hope "one he ck e p


and matunag to ce atoamlifte r whichD- HRSTA
oei toe to te a never touch the stuff again as long after what you went through last
Ing dictation Zole discovers that hetr
ouas you live." night! You are lovely! Maybe I'd FELLOWSHIP like tos




astesoon as possible. Wit's vloe im- I i,
portant are-oh you823 alone?"l-reached fra hand drsingmpe gover heand a aiirepeso etrfalofti hpmsl! ESNTX-3hn1:82;ICrnh.- .~'.*~
mouth, she is scooped up and thrown in Paul's eyes. It usually went tsns 1:1-3; 12:4-7, 12. 13. overboard. She avoids the propellers with one of his lectures on the im- GOLDEN TEXT-Neither pray I for these
and manages to catch a life ring which portance of being earnest. Zonie walked out into the lanai, alone, but for them also which shall believe --* some sailor has tossed into the sea. e through their word; that they all







Zorie, was sittin ato the dressingea m ra rttn ao gbe nm 'i
ber'sma arra of.-h cosmtics whn1au
under the influence of those drinks, hind her. maycke.
a E and I'm afraid you don't quite know Steve, in a white toweling dress. Unity among the believers in
what you're saying." Ing gown, was stretched out in one Christ is much talked about and de- ps '- s
"The nurse told me not to disturb "I'm saying," Zone said gently, of the long bamboo chairs. His pal sired by many in the church. They 4V








ing that heckng woul seize here andk huggehitincmmno
you for a while. I'd like to see you "you'd better stop being so grimHe~~H looked herll ovrlucky.H
as soon as possible. It's very im- and you'd better start stopping aw," gried slowly and said, "Hel- of all Protestant churches in one










Sheat waured thuater feeling a otte il o
"I wilb, adZonie. She knwlal.Iaohagdpr glamour girl!" body. Such outward unity may be v










abutPal hadn' cand. Every-l a acane pr
reached for her dressing gown and son. I'm not meek any more. I am The admiral said, "Zone, do you impossible to attain, and in fact said to Amber: "You won't mind go- a woman who intends to fight for her think you're going to feel like work- might be quite undesirable if it did Ing out for a while. My fiance wants rights." ing today?" not express a unity of spirit and of
to talk things over." "Good night, dear," Paul said "Yes," Zoe answered, "I feel true faith.
There was droll amusement 'nhsiy sh mvdt h or very much like working today." That fact, however, should not A Favorite Toy
Amber'si "Ahly yes Yorfac!NthYune lep Slveep as the asor "I wanted to get on with the Bat- hinder us from seeking a world-wide rAVORITE toy for little tots to










"Wbersll,yaulYsaid iance o business-pSle altea
at all, my dear." yIhe of Manila Bay, then I thought fellowship of all believers of every Ftake to bed. This life-like doll i
Z te wasttingith te d g we'd go hack and finish up those race and creed in the unity of the 22 inches long and is adorable in
table thu hifl fcr sitdeing min "But . ." Zone began with de- chapters on my first years in Annap- Holy Spirit. The true church, the in- outing flannel, fur cloth, sateen or
ibs rtty souf corie." n Au termination. Then she realized that ohs." visible body of Christ, is not dies," H she must be patient with Paul. For a moment, her resolve fal voided, even though its members are y
knocked. She opened the dor eThere were many people with whom tered. Habit-that detested old habit scattered in many denominations. *o opeecutting, pattern. sewing










Shme realizd clshed to make aoplt cas she hadn't the slightest intention of of meekness-made her pliant. But We are reminded in our lesson and finishing instructions for the Crib Doll
She half lifted her arms, expe being patient, but Paul was not one the wavery feeling passed. that whatever else may be true (Pattern No. 5643) send 16 cents in coins
Ing that he would seize her and hug of them. She adored Paul. She "I'm sorry," Zonie said. "I'm son- about us, we (that is, all believers) yew~ hu name, address and the pattern num












ad kssr hr oth onlye elefo thte. ~ bn
ship ho knw wer Ambeehe
ahe wass alie, u fsereifta would see to it that he lost his grim- ry to let you waste all that time. If are united in Christ. We are: Due to an unusually large demand and
He l ad ier vr i He ess and his stuffiness. Then Paul you want me to help you with your I. In the World-but in Christ 5530 current war conditions, slightly more time
n odded rl ouer lucky, would be perfect, memoirs, Admiral, the chapters on (John 17:18-23) is required i filling orders for a few a












thdehd hrowny heru overboard.yIt
he said. "You certainly were lucky. She went to bed. She was almost Annapolis and everything, perhaps, Even as Christ was sent of the llinois Doily the most popular pattern numbers.
Are you sure you're all right?" asleep when Am~ber let herself in. but a short chapter on Manila Bay Father into the world to be the Light ( RIGINALLY made by a rein- Send your order to:
"Yes," Zonie said. "I'm all right ." Amber opened and closed the door go overboard." of the World, so we are here in the '-'tive of an Illinois woman, this
She was surprised that her feeling so carefully that it didn't make a "Now, wait a minute-"' the ad- darkness of sin and sorrow to shine replica in the popular "pineapple" SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK about Paul hadn't changed. Every- miral began. as lights for Him (Matt. 5:14-16). design is very simple for mod- 530 South Wells St. Chicago.
thing else had changed, but she was "I mean it," she said. "Steve was He did not pray that His disciples eve crocheters. This lovely doily Enclose 16 cents for Pattern
still in love with Paul. With a little .,\.-. right yesterday. You're the only (and that includes us, v. 20) should measures 11 inches in diameter No._____I ve al d i person alive who can tell the story be taken out of the world (v. 15) but










captain,"oer Paul ai d Te wholeam factory. wJ of the Duncan family. From the lit- that they should be kept from sin TO obtain complete crocheting instru
"Well," Paul said in a business- Ie I've heard of it, it's a fascinating in the world tean for the Illinois Doily (Pattern No Address
like way, "I've just had a long talk ~ story, a really wonderful story. If So we are in the world. But let us 5530) send 16 cents in coins, your name.










"i'm th aainwdon'thunderstnd,"tta adesan h ptenubr
S e i ed tyou want me to help you on a book- never for a moment
and he hie ofice sitin in Ths /'~Jthat's going to be the book." though we are in the world we are
ik prettyieristne iT She heard a chuckle from the also in Christ. He will give us-in











is rteros unplesan foh "Yes," said Zorie, "I suppose it bamboo chair. fact He has given us-grace and ? A ME
isn't an everyday occurrence. The admiral's eyes were fiery. His glory so that we may represent Him a ? M
She realized she had to make a obstinate chin was unusually promi- in the world. bt b BOTTLE-25
decision. Her sole desire just now ~nnL His right fist was clenched. There is to be a oneness about be?-______________was to find out who had thrown her With it he banged on the table. ?
overboard. It occurred to her that it "Nobody is going to tell me how of their good (blessed as that may
might be unwise to tell Paul that I'm going to write my book!" he be!), but in order that the world Te Questions
Pshe had been thrown overboard. She shrilled. "Not even you, Zone. No, may know and believe in Christ
was sure that the only people on the -.sir! I write my own book my own (vv. 21, 23). The obvious corollary 1.Wopulrzdtesryf
ship who knew were Amber, her way-or there won't be a book!" to that truth is that every evidence
uncle, and Pierre Savoyard. It would of division and friction between President McKinley's message to up, and
be impossible to prove that one of "here won't" be ai bok seranmat- God's children is an opportunity and Garcia, the Cuban revolutionary? ieFsusi'da.AShflrvd
snean excuse for the world to deny the 2. Who painted the renown Sise ro the rsten of fact, there isn't any portion aiye Madonna? UI U












gein about the ship."pel
would, she decided, be wiser to wait any book. All of yesterday's dicta- "Behold how these Christians 3. What is the name of the knob- promptly relieve coughing of
until she had talked with Steve. tion-" She lifted her hands in a love one another" was the baffled like protuberance on the front of
"I have it all fixed up with the gesture indicative of emptiness, testimony of the pagan world in the a saddle?
captain," Paul said. "The whole You didn't destroy it" the ad. CHEST COLDS













"psowill htbet into then-ohn papers?"sfhCrstancurh e il not h Ig e d you touch with both hands at the Wonderful for Grown-ups, Tool
ma beG ad Whenever the Quintuplets catch coldw ils e ss id The inc den will be .o so phy, and question their the- m a intm e? their chests,t rats and backs ae rubbed
doogy, but they had to admit that with Musteromo. So Musteroie must be
"I'm afraid I don't understand," : ."I'm sorry, Admiral," Zonie said, something had happened to these fortress the Alhambra? justabout the best cold reliefyou can buyl
Zore interrupted. "but that's how it is." people which made them really love 6. What was the first name of Just see how promptly white stainless















did.l Youeve slipped. You-"hoat
"You see," he explained, "a thing George Washington's father?
like this is very unpleasant for the A"All right!" he snapped. "If you II In~ the Church-but in Christ 7. What is chrysotile? breathing becomes easier- how fast consteamship company," say so, Zonle-all right! But only I Con. 1:1-3). 8. What is a protocol? oestioa in Upper bronchial tract, nose
"It's rather unpleasant for the. because I have the utmost respect ad throat begins to break up! Such
Noo N cf o cal asemies and de An equales? blessed comfort! In 3 strengths: Chilvictim, too," Zorie pointed out. for your dren's Mild, Regular and Extra Strong.
"You don't understand," ai agree with you for a moment-bin?" nominations, has a place of great 10. What is the number of dePaul. "This could easily cause a "And that," Steve said languidly, Importance in the world. One could agrees of latitude between the
great deal of trouble for us all. "Honolul and Pearl Harbor," he "is the first time since grandmother certainly not find a more wonderful North pole and the equator? The mainland and the Honolulu pa- said, "were bombed this morning!" died that anybody has backed down body of people nor more satisfying pens, if they picked up the truth-" the old fire-eater." opportunity for service than that af- The Answers
"The truth?" ZoNo stopped him. sound. She undressed noiselessly. He strode out of the room. A mo- forded by the church. Paul looked somewhat grim. "You She took the greatest pains not to meat later he came back almost The ones to whom Paul addressed Elbert Hubbard. Buy War Savings Bonds
see, Zonie, even while the ship was disturb the girl who had slapped her running. His face, usually so red, this letter were members of "the 2. Raphael. being put about to pick you up, and face. looked very pale. He was panting church of God which is at Corinth," 3. Pommel.
since then, the captain and the chief The telephone awoke her at a lit- when he stopped beside them, but they were what is of infinitely 4. Your elbow. officer have been questioning the i% before nine. Amber reached for "Honolulu and Pearl Harbor," he greater importance, "saints"-those 5. Spain. crew. Several of the crew say you it, answered it, and handed it to said breathlessly, "were bombed who had been sanctified, or set 6. Augustine.
were drunk. You were seen stag- Zonie, saying, "It's for you, dan- this morning! Japanese planes flew apart from this wicked world, in 7. Asbestos.
geing about the ship." ling." in from a carrier! They've destroyed Christ Jesus. 8. A preliminary draft of a
"I see," Zone said dreamily. "I It was the admiral. He hoped he our planes at Hickam, Wheeler and fell overboard because I was drink- hadn't waked her. He hoped she Kaneohe! We're helpless! The ra- This glorious distinction was not treaty.
ing.", was feeling well after her expeni- dio says they're coming over Shafter theirs alone, but belonged to "all 9. Two equal sides.
"Well, isn't it obvious? Didn't ence-hmi? again in new waves!" that call upon the name of the Lord 10. Ninety degrees.
you?"1 "Do you suppose you could drop Jesus in every place" (v. 2). Here _____________"Will that get into the papers?" around sometime this morning?" he The road into Uluwehi E Kai ran again we have that fellowship and Zoe asked, asked. "Steve is very anxious to along the edge of a purple-ned cliff unity in the love of Christ which
"Certainly not! That's what I've talk to you." beside tall ripe sugar-cane with sib- transcends all other relationships
been arranging. Everything's all "How is Steve?" en-bronze plumes, then it dipped and which ignores the boundaries of
fixed. The story had already been "He'll be all night. Steve is pretty rather abruptly into the palm trees race, color, social position -yes, /1 IWOER Th'0'A. U SAY
wirelessed to Honolulu and the main- tough, you know." which fringed the cove. Zoe caught even of church membership.
land that it was a prank. Someone "Was it something he ate?" Zonie a glimpse of a golden beach on No matter who or where anoth Ier : iI iP V












beWh ate isy it? "s s h is s
dared you to walk the rall. You asked, which waves broke in a snowy
did. You slipped. You__" "The doctor couldn't say. I'll tell smother and of pale green water "their Lord and ours" (v. 2). One
"Who dared me?" Zo e asked h blue offshore could shout, "Hallelujah-Praise the












release,'to dry herun signature.eig oazlngBET
Paul made a gesture of impa- you've had a bite of breakfast- Through the palms she caught Lord!" for such a delightful com- Those rolls sell














err sppequimaineiUgir
Stee" Zorie crid.t egvn i? uino l hs h oeHm ogoIjs atwi
"Justpse abou th timep yo fell over-t
No one knows. One of the passen- "All right," said Zone. She would flat blue tile roofs and an immense Iac. In Service-but in Christ askpr a ingisc















Hea wastt bus pumin outn Steve'
gers. That clears you of any of the see Steve when she got around to it. garden against the sheer mountain (I Con. 12:4-7, 12, 13). a wonderful cook, tool
"How ill isck he?" Zorieai gasped.swrkt b on nh






















































wrong kind of notoriety, and it ab- She wanted to do some thinking first, o-d hacork t b oe He ELLEN
-solves the company of any responsi- And there were other things she was a shivering purple flame "Nou'r butt he shouldtteeway.h





















































ability. You see, in a case like this, wanted to do. bougainvillea. And she recalled that gives diverse gifts to men. How and I love it Thes are
there's often apt to be a lawsuit." She went to the beauty parlor. Uluwehi E Kai meant "a profit, wonderfully He endows and calls "no-kneading" rolls. 1
"You mean, the company might She had -her hair washed, waved Sion of growing things by the sea." men and blesses them in His serv- They're mnade with
Fleisch I fee auloop
sue me?" and arranged in a becoming new It was a sparkling morning, gold- yeou We can think of nothing more youl Yeas
"No, dear. You might sue the way, The beauty operator was clev- en and blue, Schooner clouds ghos Satisfying than to serve Him.
company." er. She was an enthusiast. She ed along an indigo horizon. But even here we must keep in
"Paul," Zone said, "you're won- knew just what Zone wanted and Zone unpacked in the charming mind that the important thing is that
derful. You think of everything." she knew just how to help her. Zoe airy guest room to which a Japa we are not individual stars to shine "I even dropped in on the wire- bought rouge and lipstick and the nese maid had taken her, then wan in our solitary glory. No indeed, less man. They publish the ship- beauty operator helped her apply dered out under the banyan trees we are only a part of a great plan board newspaper, you know. I gave them tellingly, and into the garden-a fragrant Jun. and purpose being carved out by WHA A ORAND WAYTO
them a rather amusing account of it "Now," the girl said, when Zone gle of strange, exotic flowers. "the same Lord" (v. 5). We are
-for the passengers' benefit-and to paid and tipped her, "you are beau- She hoped that Steve would jots called, commissioned and sent by ETMOR VITAMINS I'm RE SEND R MEi
plug any nasty rumors that might tiful, Miss Corey. You really are." hen and tell her what some of the the one Holy Spirit (v. 7). We are FLEISCHMANNS you 4NVfR 40 PAGES OF
be, going around, Now, all you have Zonie did not have to be told, but flowers were, but she presently saw "one body" (v. 12), baptized by the ONLY YEAST FOR RCPSNNM
to do is sign this." it was nice, anyway, The mirror him and the admiral walking briskly Holy Spirit into that blessed rela SAKING' THAT WS REVISE WITION OF
He held out a typed slip and his told her everything, But it wasn't along another garden path toward tionship, and it is that body of Christ ADDPEO AMOUNTS OF M LISCHMANN'S FAMOUS
fountain pen, uncapped. just the new hair-do, the rouge, the the garage. which is at work in the world to do BOTH VITAMINSAANDD *TEMA BSE.
"What is it?" lipstick. It was something new in They passed within a dozen feet His will.
"A release. It absolves the com- her face, There had been an in- of hen, but the largest ferns she had Nor does that in any way mini- VITAMIN 8 COMPLdXr DOZENS OF WNDERFUL
pany of all responsibility." definable softness before-a vague- ever beheld screened them. She mize the glory or the value of what ': IDEAS FOR BREADS.ROLLS
Zo"e signed it. Paul waved the ness. Her chin line seemed clearer heard their voices clearly in the we are called to do. On the contrary, release, to dry her signature, and bolder. But the great change jungle stillness. it enhances our calling and en- WIEFRYU$TDY
"By the way," he said, "my broth- was in her eyes. They were clear "Well, all right," Steve's grand. courages us to greater endeavor. We er ,is quite ill." and bright and sparkling. They had father was saying in a sharp voice, are not alone, We are in the Lord's
Steve?" Zonie cried, assurance. They had arrogance. "but it may be hard to arrange at
termiation Then she realize that e reFr"




















































"Just about the time you fell over- She went to the admiral's suite the last minute. This island is un- in Christ, and that means that And all those vitamin go right owit
board he was taken with an attack and knocked on the door, not with den total blackout and people aren't we move forward with Into yo baking it eat Sau.rd rand
of acute indigestion. That was why her old timidity, but with assurance, going to like driving over these nan world-wide fellowship of those who you ge men' eas with the doctor didn't take care of you. She had two lovely battles on her ow, twisty little roads with those wk supl eook17
ofv them. Sheciadored Paul SheWlae.A sui Yr 7



















































He was busy pumping out Steve's hands beyond that door, and they dim blue headlights." keeps In the ice-bom
stomach,' weren't going to be B ittles of Ma- (TO BE CONTINUED)








FOUR THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO. FLORIDA FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1944


THE MONTICELLO NEWS war depends upon the acceptance by ed program, it is hoped that all work- containing thirty six acres, more or forth. NOTICE Oi APPLICATION FOR
bohgvrmn n uieso h less All of said property being in the TIAX DEED
both government and business othe ers can cooperate in extending the I ALICE M. YATES County of Jefferison, State of Florida.
fact that private and public enter- As guardian of Juanita Yates and John Unless such certificate or certificates Bill No. 1862
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY praise are not rivals but inevitable program to more young people. Henry Yates, Minors. shall be redeemed according to law the Notice is ereby given, that H4.B
prise are not rivals but inevitabletNo. 19. Nov. 3-10-17-24 Dec. 1. property described in such certificate
MONTICELLO ADVER R partners." "The Extension Service's program or oertificateswill be sold. to the high- ainey the holder of the following
ONtICELLOnewADVERTISERt partners.tofor rural youth, begun more than 30 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR est bidder at the court house door on a ts dhadftlede sduedercoes
ablishedwsaer must continue to AX DEED the first Monday in the month of Dec- The certdeeaetouberssued yereo
Estelihe 189ghion, aims to stimulate and aid 30'AX___me,_94,wicste_4h dy The certificate number and years of
MONTICEL CONTITUTION say much in similar vein because it y a deab e d N ioul e embeI, 1944, t issuance, the description of the prop
MONTICEhangNLW -10 adngvewbtweSs-rTmeITmUdvTonaaIOedoucdCi DeoAecesomber oJ% t98 Lm
K E A T H L E Y B WDENtablish e om73 ofh s ah i ed d e N on e fic-d this ait, ha ed 1 944.e erty, and the nam es in w which it w as
youttoiueac i Da okedti st1ia vor nof No ve assesse a aso follow
Estalised 187 stenivie boerte to-alent, ude- and skills in the arts of farming, Noic is hby given, thlat John '1944. asesdae1sflo*
thetanimportanceee ofcalyouths prrao cver the holder of theA following Certificate No. 202
ha nt edLO PS t hom em making, and other vocations, c etificates s ans filed said c 1fcake GLYDE NOTICE SAU S o of I ssfu ane, Jly 6, 1942
MONTCELO NE S-iOS iness" and "government" imperative an hrb mrv teronsa-fra a edt eiset teeon. clerk Of Circuit Court of Jefferson Descriptioln Of P'roperty Lot 8 Loma


as~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~b Malmtetfth eodCasse oy n dfre entepris"-b- and thelpsy toprove themr an oppor- f13srilo ric deto rdditin otsNtcssheeygvntaueGuses~lbe uh l rdo tfc
Kneso it th e d r a y e f an d na o b Thei a r tc Nation 'I e n c ce rtificat e n tm bers and years of C oun y F lo rida oA lta Sub. Sec. 0, T ow n s hip 2 N north,
dases athe ofpeifingr-nd the No effc isua ne, the descrition of the prop- N. 14. Nov. 3-10-17-24-ec. 1 nrame isod: hey high
Ed Balliency," he declared. "It emphasizes erty, and tke names inn which it wasbide a.
Editorscontinue to look with disfavor on th e por t and ocial assessed are as followt: soe te as I a b hdll. eem er 1
i th imortace f yoth artiipaion Certifteate No. 199GURINHP OTC
Center at MnticeloPotoff c to rot h r es patent lawo rYear of Issuance August 4, 1941 GaRoInAnno, ooCE All of said property being in the
E s C RIrIdm a t t o R A T E t th oe p o it ca r b in t iaerls w ho in co m m u n ity serve ices a n d a ctiv cities, D e se ri tion of P o lert P t B k ig h J ffeCsO S tate of F lo rid a.
OneMail Yter of the Se 2.00 C las e uly in fre eula t din nu m- and helps to provide them an oppor- DB FF 114 uiritcks Additiou M ono i t ist Unless su h ertifie ate or r tificates
Sness with the brakes off and no bu- c1d ell. Wic4 ais hereby given that I, Gussie sall be redeemed according to law the
Teehee Mo- ----------- .75- terst, aound -the uesioe no err, 14 real e Guardian of the persons of property described in such certificate
shallratsind e hontrlled, e-tunity for participion. It encour- 1Nam in which assessed: L, & Annie Elizabeth Wirick, Mary Wirick and or ertifvbateswill be sold to the highages an appreciation of cultural val- Preston. Doris Wirick, all mins, will on the est bidder at the court house door on
OFFICE OF PUBLICATION ca. ues cooprte s stiultity for by All of said property being in the 4th f Dermber, 144, at the hour f the first Monday in the month of Deee I rt, c fairin p risforcievement of County of Jeffrson, State of Florida. W10:00 O'clock in the forenoon, or as ember, 1944, which is the 4th, day of
Iniu the gris o orpote p i p Unless uch certiebcate Or certificates son thereafter as I may be heard, Deeember, 1944.
country, from the first patent law, rural young people." hall be redeemed according to law the make application to the County Judge Dated this 1st, day of November.
p SBSCR I c l ao a fs -it-o t he vwintia i -property described in such certificate of jelff e County, Florida at his f- 1944.
The director called attention to the o Nertificateswill be sold to th high- lice. In the city of Monticellon Florida, (CIRCUIT COrT SEAL) eCt bidder at thecourt house door on r a12),r t fe () chans, hence One Year --------------- $2.00 lic utility regulation, ad infinitur fact that 4-H club work, so important tie firt Monday idn tlie month of Dec- bottlesr uritel atrivt e Cl CLYDE H.uSAUofe LArs






the nitd Sate Deartentof g- ta ded t beissedheron. The eastet undiedoint einningth Cerk ofTMENtavebeenoforrefferson Six Months -------------- e1- have been affected with a public in- 'eber, 1944, eii is the 4th, day of said iors, in and t, the following (ointy Flofira
Three Monthst----------- 75 terest, and the question no longer is, ctu in nurous andcember, 1944. 'real estate, situate and eins in Jef- No 16 NovsDeoc
____________________________ ino oodciizesis recognized Dated this 1st, day of November. Iferson County, Florida-to-wit.
shall business be controlled, but only whichout the country by the Na- 1944i The West Half of 1ie Southwest
TOLERANT, INTELLIGENT when, where and how. The "inevi- tClerk of CYEriH. NoU Qu.ateTr, (3),o Est, and Wesng Gassness Habr Sleeplesnesst tc.f,





lethti' f lubaCong sines Chicago ea ho ecDE YearU oft IsuteJly692hDs 2 es oe oiran ess, due to.,t Exes Aid.E F Sodo F5as riPal
iesptoua cooperate in stimulating the work by county, Florida. of Section one,1 (1). fo iress ih f





gana salP ete-rne ableINCrEship WOK ulehfcDcemer3-6 inconecio ircuitN o urth, fero Rantgeurterast,5o GUSE WIGf ivan. expins is trent-re-atr
ney writes, is the fair-minded ap- offering prizes for achievement, edu- No. 17. Nov. 3-10-17-4-Dec 1. The West Half of th e N.orthwest W U r S
In the grist of corporate pul proach which will enable the Ame national and inspirational trips for S wal te E of -the West






Whitney economistATfor the Procto enug ine scope tol asis all rurales tions coming to the editor's desk ap- can nation to progress; the stand-up- outstanding girls and boys, and in TAX DEED Quarter, (Wi/2 of EliA or NW%/) of Se- DUE To EXCESS ACID
pears an mon- is co- other wa to Twelve, (12)also, beginning at
with a cently and iouten ansl it viewpo manyrys House Bill No. 1432 tbe Southeast corner of the Northwestheywllbeneededa
Caphnti ofsrins and flovfermet I he amti wen aled tpout over The National Committee on B Notice is hereby given, that W, I. Quarter (NWi4), of Section Twelve, Must Help or it Will Cost You Nothing
onfor t a opit eno a d a ci Phelps the holder of the following cer- 12) r West five, (5), chains, thence
(Government bureaus are byno means, nothing but ultimate failurli when and Girls' Club Work cooperates with tificates has filed said certiflicates for Nothi Seven, (7), chains, thencel South Overtwomllion bottles of the WILLARD the United States Department of Ag- tax deed to he issued thereon. The easterly to Stipe peint o beginning hf TEATMENT ave been sold for relief o of nes ed- held by business, certificate numbers a eas of is Section Twelve, (12) symptoms of distress arising from Stomah
sa dens in oepatng riculture in numerous ways, chief of ancea, te description of the propty, All f the above detocribd lands be- and Duodenal Ulcers due to Excess Acdor ih ep t f ria r h r which is conducting the National 4-H and h n es in which it was assess- g i Township e. (1) North and Poor Digestion, Sour or Upset Stomach,
seeds will germinate and grow. Bus- (Ore.) Coos Bay Times. Club Congress in Chicago each Dec- ed are as follows: Certl cate No. 123. Range Three, (3), East, nd containing Gassiness, Heartburn, Sleeplessness, etc.,
mess puts out a plethora of propa- the si Year of Isdrune July 6 1942e nes-g227 acres, ors or less, due to Excess id. Sold on 5daysnFtrial
ember. The 1945 congress is sched- iPtion f Property Lot Section 34 Dated ti the 14 day of Aug. 1944. Ask for "Willard's Message which fully crTowhip 2 North, Raige 4 East, GUSSIE WIRICK explains this treatmernt-freet
mrpre cstoly r vetrnemont) and INCREASED Re- tunn in- ig crss 3-6, in connection acres. Guardian.B
oe e th l government td with the International Live Stock Name in which assessed. Dan 1Nov. -10-17-24 Dee, 1.
The monograph is by Nathaniel R1 (otne from page 1) Show.
Whitney, economist for the Proctor enough in scope to assist all rural and Gamble company. He writes youth in finding a place in society with a clear mind and without where they will be needed and will NOTICE
scintilla of acrimony and fluff which have a reasonable opportunity for Notice is hereby given that Alice so unfortunately accompanies the economic and social security." Yates, as guardian of the state of otpostwaridays.n Tisgnesapes of work" Spencer says/thayJiaita Yates and John Henry Yates
beenI uch dist diners, will on the 5th day of Darcem of business." g E. Keown, state home demonstration her 1944, at the hour of 11 o'clock A.
M., make application to Hhon. Ths. B.u
Whitney frankly admits that our'agent who directs 4-4 work with Bird, County Judge of Jefferson g on",national economic policy may be girls, and R. W, Blacklock, state boys' 'y. Floida at hi-s -office inl M\onlic-llo, M Fla. for authority to makeeivate alg
said to have three aims-to abolish club agent, are now considering plans Of all 5 iht, title and undvided intalked witc hbusinessmendfromdthe
poverty, to diminish unemployment, 'for improving and enlarging 4-H work ich is and held wv












Greatminkrs in and tultheIfhllowine
and to reduce inequality." He wisely with rttral young people throughout described property situate, lying al, adds: "These results cannot be ac- the state. They are considering plans being in Cmefferson Cot FR accomplished by either business of gov- for extending 4-H opportunities to all Alt of the east half ofthe west lf ermiet alone. We need private en- Iyoung people, farmfi youth def erred of tixe Southwest quarter ecept fI I Best Assortment of Toys in Tow.
aeprese d t h e erere off the noi'th enlittle
w r p ie e t o p s e v e e m r c a n fro m m l any s e rv ic e r e t u r n in g in in g a c r o s s t e e n tire I N GtY O we ne th of geren industrial workers, and yotng married B c 5a e st
p o athe oast tom oetm a distance f tn
preserve ei enterprise. on farms chains, north and south, all of said
Such tatementsmaysemtle epir-lcland being in section Twenty 20),
tome of the obvious-as we think they: the counties by county and home -Dec. _10_-_11- D O L A S














consideration isdcondcctedn in townshipstwo.northwkrnngeMgsevenAeYst
are-but their reiteration is highly demonstration agents, most of whom important in the fast-approaching are heavily burdened with other types postwar days. This newspaper bass of work. However Director Spencer been much disturbed by the plethora says many agents have done and are of "free enterprise" statements, Per- doing outstanding 4-1 club work, and9 fading the country as business grew enrollment has been kept at about the more wealthy under war's synthetic same figures dring the war as pre- DOLL
profits and the "day of liberation," viously. However, Under the expandpresumably under the republican par- R D
ty, seemed to approach. We quote SETS
Mr. Whitney further at some leoght: NOTCE
"Within the past 18 months I have 5 9 Technicolor
talked wit businessmen from the a Rn .w OTHEestSssofg
cast to the west coast, and from thy my by the $12M $
a es t uf ae Monticello is hereby forbidden.
















that unneesar animosities. have soe SALET.U E oig t RM .
greal disturbed tio universallitya li tF ARMY TANK
and the positiveness of the opinions, Dec. 1
expressed that there will be little PAINT
hope for private enterprise after the LIVE STOCK AUCTION SALE suArviINve BAG

war unless government is forced to BRING YOUR HOGS SETS
withdraw from participation in what OF
we have traditionally regarded as
private economic activities. That oh- MONTICELLO STOCK YARD THEATRE BLOCKS
jective of the postwar aims of many able men is so contrary to what I Auction every Monday, and get

evitable that it seems to me national starts 2 p. n. Monticello Stock 1 11B
consideration and discussion of the Yards. J. M. Hawkins, Mgr.
proper relationship of government L A Y
and business is of utmost urgency.
We need closer rather than more dis- ETS






















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tant relations between government
and business.

"We have learned through dozens CZ 0. -R a y Z1 U.$119$
of experiences during the years of
depression and of war that there. are
many situations which cannot, be7
satisfactorily dealt with by the effortsS









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of private individuals alone. In fact, oaliffl ~
it seFems to me L the greatest discov-iCt ery of our generation, from an eco- SETS
nomnic point of view, has been the
recognition of the possibility of using the b n
the State for organizing our cooper- po wn yTHERS .9
ative efforts for the achievement of
objectives beyond the reach of any
individual efforts. It is unfortunate
that unnecessary animosities have so
beclouded the national scene that so ocet
mach of the most intelligent opinion The Pes sen a omn rw 1
In the country has not yet grasped Friday, Dec. 1I Saturday, Dec. 2 "ad""B O O D R
the significance of this discovery.
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1944 THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA FIVE

.1 aueeahREV. HOLMES RECUPERATING "6The Hunters" Guests at LAMONT CARRIER Waukeenah -----__The many friends of Rev. Henry Wild Turkey Dinner LEADS STATE IN
SAMrs. Chas. L. McClellan spent a Holmes are delighted to learn that
few days of last week in Tallahassee he is recuperating nicely from in- Mr. and M J H h n
with her sister, Mrs. Moore. juries received in a fall at his home Med a gru of m e knirl
Mhere recently. Although he is still "The Hunters" ad their wives and of L amont, ofrst pla i
Mrs. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~r N.S utslf usa o hee fLodwsabs-Gogan las wee wheroes hed ilon confined to his bed, no hones are relatives with a wild turkey dinner obe Warnt ond fistae cain Mrs. N. riS.tCurtisWleftlTuesday forbWokentandeherisfmakingdsatisfactoryGThursdayaevening ofelasteweek. The
a stay at Hot Springs, Arkansas. ness visitor in town Monday. gage in farming and trucking. progress, and expects soon to be out long dining table was centered with among rural mail carriers of t a
_____________ ______ aginstate and has been awarded a $25.( 1)
a ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ aan sta at Hot Springsen Aranas nesso viiocn onMnayraei frigadrcig
Mrs. Arthur Curtis is visiting in Mayor Richard H. Simpson is spend- Mr. and Mrs. Will Armstrong were a low arranem e of lo ely war bond as prize. Mr. Walker sold
Winter Park as the guest of her sis- ing several days in Miami on business called to the bedside of the former's B Cs es and tee se lo 83,000 worth of bonds on his route,
flowes in laven er w r ose om which has 1,160 patrons, or an averter, Mrs. C. Windleweedle. this week. brother, in South Georgia, Sunday. L decorate the ball and living room.
-__ ---__ Litl Geal Waynen the ev ninwihe-h s
Mrs. Howard Kenney and children, Mrs. R. H. Gelling has returned Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Buzbee attend- months old son of Mr and Mrs. S. L. Tae oa $2.5 per r .
Sonja and Jacqueline, have returned from Shelby, N. C., where she was ed the wedding of the former's bro- Cone, passed away at their home in
from a isit wih relative atDe- ~clled bythe seious ilness ofherPthrmRoCtiMyowNoinmTalahasse,.PanaatCityNovembre21st. afterLMrMooroMr.CnduMrs.JohnhCuetonsheFLyoniFertiizer mcopany(t from a visit with relatives at De- called by the serious illness of her their, Robt. McKown, of a few days with pneu- Mr. and Mrs Jim Cook, Mr. and Mrs.
Funiak Springs. father. Saturday. monia. Joe R. Hughes, Jr., Mr. and Mrs.
Funralserice wee cnduted illiam Hughes and Mrs. William R. M. Gilbert, carrier on ru 1 Miss Sarah Kuder arrived Satur- Bob Wilkins of Camp Stuart, Ga., METHODIST CIRCLES TO MEETN3ri l route No. 2, in Jefferson county, alo
day from Jacksonville to spend sev- spent a few days in Monticello this M placed among the ten high in ti e
eral days with her parents, Mr. and week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. The circles of the Womans Society Roseland Cemetery. Rev. L. Bar- state during October.
Mr.DIt ue.P C.ik. !row conducted the services. COOPERATIVE OATS PURCHASE
Mrs. DeWitt Kuder. P. C. Wilkins. of Christian Service will meet on The baby is survived by his par- Mr. Gibert, who was ffth n tbe
Monday, December 4 at 4 o'clock in
Mrs. William Bailey is spending Mrs. J. B. Whitaker of Tallahassee the following ce cents and by his grandparents, Mr. Trenton, FlaMembers of the state, sold $1,031.25 worth of bonds.
Thnkgiin i e ac snil sen was thea recentr gues ofn Mrs. A. N.1tihMs nps
thefoloin places: and Mrs. S. R. Hunter of Monticello, Gulf Cooperative Marketing Associa- Thruacrieswrbncntt
Thanksgiving in Jacksonville as thelwas the recent guest of Mrs. A. No. 1, with Mrs. Snipes. S. R. Cone of Monticello and Mrs. tion recently bought 3,700 bushels of cnius from month to month, eac i
guest of her brother and sister-in-law Arndt, Mrs. Lamar Sledge and other No. 2, to be announced. a
Mr .and Mrs. Leonard Bates. relatives in Monticello. ,No. 3, with Miss Nettle Smith. I a copatie one and he fas with othes for ta mont
No. 4, with Mrs. Arthur Phillips.acoprtvonadth
C. A. Simpson left recently for Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Williams and The Wesleyan Guild, at 8 o'clock were assisted by County Agent A. S Placing second in October was
Alameda, California, where he will three children returned to their home with Mrs. Mary Jane Hughes.it. John D. Stokes, Okaloosa county,
visit his son, Lt. John Simpson, U. S. in Miami Tuesday after visiting Mrs. with M M Jane H with $1,162.50 worth of bonds, and
Coast Guard, who is now stationed William's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. PRESBYTERIAN AUXILIARY T Do not run gasoline motors in Marvin H. Parker of Flagler county
at Alameda. S. Curtis. ______ F closed garages or sheds, says the with $1,387.50. Each was awarded
Florida Extension Service. Carbon !a $25 bond, Sears, Roebuck and FiorMrs. W. W. Bassett, Jr., and small Pvt. George H. Wirick of Lloyd, No. 1 will meet Monday at 4 o'clock Sunday-Monday-Dec 3-2 monoxide is odorless and kills with- ida Power and Light company condaughter, Lucy Lee, are spending six who spent a furlough with his wife with Mrs. J. R. Brown. I out warning. tributing the prizes.
weeks with Major Bassett's parents, and parents there, left the first of No. 2 will meet Monday at 4 o'clock Gyps I W idcat
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Bassett, in their the week for Fort George G. Meade, with Mrs. J. Scheffer. Maria Montez, Jon Hall, Petep Coe,
home in East End. Maryland. No. 3 will meet Tuesday evening Leo Carillo
REV.at 8:15 with Mrs. John Cureton. G et IN TECHNICOLOR
Miss Mary Kilpatrick, Miss Jean Mrs. E. W. Carter left Saturday MARCH OF TIME NEWS
Maynard and Miss Rebecca Bailey for Jacksonville to visit friends and BIRTHS 1Tuesday-Wednesday-Dec. 5-6
have returned from Jacksonville to attend the services honoring the T ec in
where they took a business course at Rt. Rev. F. A. Juhan on his twentieth Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Noegel an- Falcon Mexco
Massey's Business college. anniversary as bishop of Florida. ounce the birth of a son, Larry another Falcon thriller, this time bebEdward, on Saturday, November 25, low the Rio Grande with
Mr. and Mrs. Monte J. Whiddn Mrs. John Anderson and Mrs. in Archbold Memorial Hospital Tom Conway, Martha MacVcar
and daughter, Henrietta, of Muberry, Mills spent Monday in Thomasville, Ga. EPHERD of the ROUNDHOUSE
are spending this week with Mrs Thomasvile visiting the former's "NMHSfteHOTHAD
Whidden's mother and sister, Mrs.J siter, Mrs. A. L. Leggett of Green- Mr. and Mrs. Clifford C. Human
C. Braswell and Miss Frances Bras- yille, who is a patient in Archbold of Monticello are proud grand- Thiirsdiiy.Friday-Dec. 7-8 well. Memorial Hospital. parents of two baby boys, who were, !Mus i In Ma h ta
iborn into their family last weekn The Rev. E. L. Baxter spent Sun- Seao n r.S. D. Clarke spent Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Revell are, Anne Shirley, Dennis Day
day and Monday in Jacksonville, go- Sunday in Jacksonville where they parents of a on, Clifford Shuman C Phillip Terry
attended the anniversary service at Revell, bnMonday, November 20 uWorld Wide News the twentieth anniversary of the in Archbold Memor hospital, and War Events "T rial in
secretion of the Rt. Rev. F. A. JuhanR consecration of the Rt. Rev. F. A. Thomasville, Ga.W.t aBihoFlas Bis hop of s iho f lrida. Mr. and Mrs. Earle Moody of A' of ;
rDothan, Ala., anouce the birth of Marsna th unsmoe A

Tampa weire rct guests of the for- IN. C., and Henry K. Miller of Atlanta, 23rd in a Dothan hospital. Mrsbb CART OON SERIAL
mer's mother, Mrs. H. A. Ha rrows. are Visiting Mrs. Alexander's and Mr. Moody, prior to her marriage, was SPECIAL MIDNIGHT SHOW .5xutti0
Mr. Barrows was en route to Mobile, Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Ke Misa Mary Shuman of Monticello. begins at 11:30 P. M.
soon make their home. HunterMr. of Eyes

announce the birth of a son, William Lon Chaney Jean Parker, Pau Kel DonNelli Chaber of Quitmanay Ga.e






















Mrs. E. B. Bailey, Sr., Mrs. J. B3. Mrs. D. D. Dieffenwieerth who has DoadJ.\o\enedy\\vm
Brinson, Sr., Mrs. J. B. Brinson, been visiting relatives near Monticel- her 22nd, in Archbold Memorial Hos- (IA Q E P' Ib
Mrs. S. D. Clarke and Mrs. William lo returned to her home in Tampa pital, Thomasville. CL S IF E AD
Baile attnded a, lnchen inTuesay mrnin. Sh wasacco. Lt.and rs. Eut BSunday-Monday-Dec.ine oak3-2l



















Thomasville last week, at which paved by her mother, Mrs. J. Gilbert, irs. H u etdeliver. Cut all lights. Lamont B U Y NW !
Baile attnded a lucheon in Tesda moring.She ws acom- IREiOOD-SovepineDoakneir






































Mrs. Will Wall was hostess. who will spend the winter with the parents of an 8 1-2 pound baby boy, Wood Yards, Lamont, Fla. D.8cRev, and Mrs. Dieffenwierth. born Wednesday, November 29th in Don't ake chances on fertilizer delivery. HPuagthsn
t Archbold Memorial Hospital, Thomas- SOLID STEEL, 3-cushion glider in shouldn't wait. Place your order now and take deliMrs. C. W. Pittman left Saturday Ville. The baby has been named first class condition, for sale. Phon ery when your BIG CROPs isa ready. See yw
for Commerce, Ga., for a short i, Mrs. Ada Robinson of Dallas, Texas Timothy Sherrod Bassett. Lt. Bas- 109. ltp Armour Agent today.
going on from there by motor, to who has spent the paslt month in sett is on combat duty in the Pacific San Francisco, Cal., where Lt. Pitt- Monticello as the guest of Mr. and Zone. IFOR SALE--Antique spooi type bed.
man is now stationed. She will be Mrs. J. J Shuman, is leaving Friday dSolid maple. Mrs. R. Hn eling. rm
accompanied as far as Phoenix, for Sarasota for a visit. Mrs. Shi- host S"WsER MrRM .andLY Mrs.OC
Ariz., by Miss Etta Daniels, who man will accompany her and spend pleaof' REAo scasts" s the ut1IEWODSoeinokwl
will visi frinds theilit nex two weeks vistin inO Sara Stv pieokwl MONTICELLO, FLORIDA PRONE 98
sll.ta ndx taa ing season opens. Both insulators deliver. Cut all lengths. Lamont
rand shells are scarce. Wood Yards, Lamont, Fla. D-8
Lt. Wallace McLeod, Lt. Roland R. Hughes, Jr., Mr. and
0Glines and Lt. Roger Harrison, form- IMiss Betsy Bird, of Florida State erly stationed at Camp Howze, Tex- College for Women at Tallahassee as, left Monday for their new as- spent the weekend with her parents, segment at Fort Bening, Ga., WMr. and Mrs. Preston Bird at theirWa
after spending ten days at Aucilla home in Drifton. She. was accomHEREOOPERATIVEVALUESPURRHASU
































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T .g F wR. M GilbertTC L carri o rurN.1
Our~rut No.nhus 2, inw Jeffrso county, altbooon
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Mr.nt Gfbrt whoery waIfhnt
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The Monticello News. Monticello. F'la. FrMny, December 1, 1944


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cry of the cold is gone! Remember ing starred by MGM in a picture
SHLY VAPORUB Gives You thisspe- based on "They Were Expendcial double action. It's time-tested, able." You'll remember it as the
home-proved the best-known home V book that gave the world the story
anedy for reliev- w of te exploits of the P-T boats in
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When the rubber topper goes the wold
to t.e South American forests to Spiced Fruit and Green Beans PTMeat Loaf
work, he requires about 100 Items.ret F OR mart good looks, the shirtofeupetadsm 0dfe.(See Recipes Below) wais ~'t dress is tops. Its trim,
of quimen an soe 4 diferROBERT MONTGOMERY well fitting lines make it a stand.
ne oifwh of food. And they say
ibe In the rubber jungle is simplel Lean Meats Lynn Chambers' Point-Saving dan." We're told that the cast will by in every wardrobe. Tucks
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Teat fleets of motor vehicles Most homemakers have already Menu be made up almost entirely of men are istnguiing ails n tueh
son driven 150,000 vehicle had their introduction to lean or util- who have been in the service. And -~A trciemdl
misl"e a day to develop "buss ity beef for which they have to use Lamb Loaf with Comdr. John Ford, who has been re- s Mr.Jor
in synthetic tire construction. onmithacokr.Mashed Potato Frosting sponsible for so many excellent pic- *atr No 865cmsi0ie 4
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Ths mileage is about six There is also such a grade of lamb Glazed Carrots Pear Salad tures, will direct "They Were Ex. Little Mother 36, 38 40, 42. 44, 46 and 48. Size 36, short
shoes around the earth. and veal on the market. In fact, Whole Wheat Biscuits pendable." AN entire new wardrobe for her mateesria ieL% ad f 9ic
Orange Marmalade has tecaaei there is news doll will delight every little For this pattern send 25 cents in coins
which shows that mother. These adorable doll your name, address, pattern number an
a surplus of lamb wRecipe Given movies for the stage temporarily, clothes are fun to make and will size wanted.
and veal will had a busy evening the night she did be a perfect under-the-tree sur- Due to an unusually large demand and
soon come to Veal Stew With Celery and Noodles "The Soldier's Wife" on the air; current war Conditions, slightly more time
that's the play she's now doing on rise. Is required In filling orders for a few of
Test fe of mt veh ic lethe most popular Pattern numbers.
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lamb or veal 1 pounds cubed shoulder, breast Pattern No. 8707 comes In sizes 12, 16
which has not or shank of veal, cut in cubes of Romance" broadcast was moved and 20 Inches Included. Size 16 inches
been fattened and 2 ounces of salt pork to a CBS Playhouse across the dress and pantie, requires %l yard of 35
which requires long, slow cooking to 2 tablespoons flour street from the theater, the curtain or, 39-inch material; nightie and slip, 34 SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN DEPT.
make i tendr. Intead f roating teaspons slt yard;ldtcoatigandanbereta yrdyard; ardumper, andrd;30mpSruth 5Wellst W St. Sthicicag
makeit endr. nstad f rastng tespons altwashel tht nght an Matha blouse % yard. Enclose 25 cents In coins for each
od i h or broiling, use braising to turn it 2 cups water skipped from the broadcast to the For this pattern send 25 cents In coins, pattern desired.
out juicy and tender. It's as nutri- 1 cup celery, cut stage, to repeat her performance, your name, address and pattern number. PatrNo.Sie
tious, but lower in calories as the 1I/2 cups uncooked noodles NPteno.Sie.
top grades of meat that have been parsley It's taken Harold Lloyd a long Name.
fattened. Cut salt pork in tiny pieces and time to take to radio; the imme- fh ~ ~ lI Address .
role in making this meat palatable flour veal and' -Sunday nights on NBC proves
to the taste. A touch of garlic with brown slowly in i- that he should have done it longI
lab leaves, pepper cor caper s l orksol for Add ent.rey deto r anm d .hsto tis Les FS nedd t C ogh e-upixe
spices you'll want to keep on hand salt and water, unique program unique because Ths He Mie
tomake this meat good. They are Cover and sum- it's the only drama baconeote
oITED STATES season it is run
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appypnie pepp andin asm ful oftiman
ay y e adding beans. Easily Mixed. Needs No Cooking.
S TAh iPS The recipe roundup begins with until tender. Cook moment to return to the screen.
SLeather shoes that are difficult large quantity of plain syrup- good
ingredient, but one which you can
s m home canned spiced fruit, salted water until tender. Drain. That's a nice little assignment to polish should be rubbed over easily Mae at home. Take 2 cups of
mo-e t inera fluffy mashed po- by placing n d icent RKO has for George Raft. In "John- with a cut lemon. They will shine granulated sugar and 1 cup of water,
taost rs tup: o plte an surndgwihny Angel" he'll play "a two-sted beautifully afterwards. and stir a few moments until disguy in mutiny, solved. Or uso corn syrup or liquid
O R ID 0YE R ?(Serves 6) Grilled Lamb Patties. ing cargo of gold and an affair with hny nta fsgrsrp
~2wn*p, peppy and as funl of vima and 1Vs pounds ground shoulder or (Serves 6) ofa mystery blonde." Signe Hasso has One high-wattage bulb is more Then get from any druggist 2%,
sigor as the day you were married? Or, neck of lamb 2 pounds shoulder flank or breast been borrowed from Metro to as economical than several smaller unces of Pinex, pour it into a pint
Aas making a home, raising a faml 2 teson6atlm it ns n 0-atbl ie 0 bottle, and add your syrup. This gives
wadl ha2 workoon made youb feel. oneke ane old bul gvs You a full pint of wonderful medicine
ma had womnad you're al 4 clove garlic minced or 1/ cup cup dry bread crumbs per cent more light than fourdaygtheyswere
atred cut feel loggy and run-down-your chopped onion V4 cup5~ milk Richard Himber and Ken Mur- 25-watt bulbs and uses the same real saving because It gives you about
asesor may be functioning under a vita- 1 cup milk 6 strips of bacon ray of the CBS "Which Is Which?" amount of current. Itoer ils and taste fiyurmney.
aa-mineral deficiency. Try the Vita- cup fine bread crumbs 6 pear halves
dires 10 day treament.-A special
of ssntalmieras nd I ggcians, so they're hatching a plot to Orange or lemon rind may be fective, quick-acting cough relief.
31.00 umas of Vitamin n-i. No reason 3 cups seasoned mashed puts- Season lamb with 1%k teaspoons give a series of magic shows for grated before squeezing the fruit Promptly, You feel it taking hold. It
whooen theie phlegm soothes' the asrrind mai fols shude da pep.er toes, if desired, salt and Y4 teaspoon pepper. Add charity some time soon Meanwhil fo uc n re o ae s.t th memraegmandomaes bth-I
a annVtia-es thendy 10 tyw were a igrdetsecptml and bread crumbs and shape their novel Wednesday night pro. After grating, place where it will ing easy. You've never seen anything
arried ital.ers ony~0a ormashed potatoes. Pack into a loaf lghtly into six patties. Wrap each gram is going strong, dry thoroughly and store in a tight better for Prompt and pleasing results.
WITA-BERLES SALES COMPANY pan and bake in ___ with strip of bacon skewered in container. Pinex is a special compound of
US30 Superior Ave. Cleveland, Ohio a 325-degree oven place with a toothpick, Place on ",om, amsreie sotin gent
fr1huan20broiler rack and broil six minutes, "te oios"nwSna r pndframs eibesohn gn
morIus Wnd2 then turn. Add pearstrakwh night Mutual program, on which a When spiced peaches ar pndfor throat and bronchial membranes.
minu' a teaspoon of mayonnaise in each different girl singer from a different this winter, be sure to save the Money refunded it It doesn't pleases
baked turn out on oeFiihbolg--mnus.A city sings with John Baker each juice. It makes delicious basting you in every way.
a coke het ndpork sausage link may be used in week, is proving a real stepping for broiled or browned sausages.









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froste witthohot place of the bacon, and should be stone to success. Annette Burford, e
ILoaf may also be placed on top of the patty, who sang on the third broadcast, To clean stained piano ivories,
-u~Tomatoes are perfect foil for the has won a permanent radio assign- rub them gently with a paste of g
left in pan and potatoes placed on rather delicate flavor of lamb. In ment as soloist on the Friday MBS fine-powdered whiting and lemon
g'i ~top, then browned quickly in oven, this dish, they are served with plenty series, "Music for Half an Hour"; juice, and then wipe them clean
Porcupine Balls, of potatoes to stretch out the meat Betty Ellen Morris may be the star with a damp cloth. If the keys
-(Serves 6) and make a hearty dish for win. of a new winter series, are badly stained, repeat the ap2 pounds ground shoulder of lamb ter: plication once a week.
S'* V clove garlic, chopped fine te. Lamb-Potato Hot Pot. "Dagwood" (Arthur Laike) of the b
2 tablespoons butter or drippings (Serves 4) "Blondie" program may be dumb
V cup raw rice 4 lamb neck slices (about 1%4 lbs) on the air, but-Lake, a co-owner Gems of Thought
1 teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons melted fat of the Plastic Engineering company,
2 cups boiling water 2V2 cups canned or stewed tomatoes recently was awarded an army corm 'HE resolute turning fom
tablespoons flour 2 cups sliced onion tract for an airplane part made by Teand forgetting one's ilsand
1%s cups milk 1 minced garlic clove a process his company helped de- one's troubles often isfud to
I teaspoon salt 2 teaspoons salt velop. be all that is needed to overVteaspoon pepper 3 cups sliced, peeled potatoes come them.
Brown garlic in butter. Mix lamb, 1 tablespoon flour A fat sergeant recently wrote Paul Neeo treasures, nor pleasures, G,OO0 -TA STI NG TO NIC
rice and salt and shape into 12 balls. 2 tablespoons water Whiteman, saying he'd heard Could make us happy long, Good-tasting Scott's Emulsion contains
Brown in same fat. Pour water over Brown lamb in deep skillet or Whiteman had once reduced, fast; The heart's aye the pars aye, rsturaln A & D Vitsmins often needed
OlYPT ERballs. Cover and simmer for 1 hour. heavy kettle. Add tomatoes, onion, the sergeant wanted to know how, That makes us right or rang, to help build stamina and resistance to
Moll PITHERTOOK A Remove balls. Add flour, salt and garlic and salt. Simmer, covered because his girl wouldn't marry him -ROBERT BURNS. colds and minor ills. Helps build strong
atAt't PART IN THE AMERICAN pepper to fat in pan. Mix thorough- for I hour. Add potatoes and aim- till he was thiner. Whiteman's ad- Not he who has little, but he bon" and sound teeth, tool Give good11EVOLUTION BY REPLACINO ly. Add milk and cook until it mer for another 30 minutes. Ar- vice concluded Practically, I who wishes for more, is poor.- tasting.Sctt's daily, the year-roundf
HER WOUNDED HUSBAND thickens, Place balls in sauce and range in slices on platter with pota- had to stop living." Seneca. Recommended b Many
IENIND A CANNON. serve, toes over them. Blend flour and wa- Idleness Is only the refuge of
Noodles are a good starchy food ter and stir into gravy. Bring to a "The Yearling" has been on the weak minds and the holiday of
to serve with veal and celery and boil. Pour around and over pota. waiting list at Metro since 1941; all fools.-Chesterfleld.
THE FAMOUS N/AlD parsley bring out its delicate flavor: toes. sorts of problerr were involved, Judge not thy friend until
GIRL PERSONIFIES Serving Suggestions. including complications regarding thou standest in his placeA SWhen making stew arrange meat the animal actors in the film. Now Rabbi Hillel.SWEET
WHOLESOME SPREAD in center of platter and vegetables it's announced that Metro will pro
OME ~ Lnn aysaround it. Sprinkle all with chopped duce the picture next spring. But
IN THE MINDS OF Treats for Today: Serve cot- parsley. the boy originally chosen to play
MILLIONS. l-AID IS tage cheese with peaches or pine- It's nice to serve fresh toast or "Jody" has outgrown the role, so THE MARGARINE WITH apple and sprinkle the top of the English muffins with plain one-dish another 11-year-old, fair-haired, fond
THE MILD, SMOOTH, cheese with grated orange rind dinners. It adds a bit of glamour to f animals, must be found.
CHURNED-FRESH For male guests, serve frank- the meal.
0 1 / FLAVOR. furthers on toast with hot chili Other hot breads Viat go well with ODDS AND ENDS-So it's Capt. Burgess
poured over all, wintry meals popovers, toasted Meredith who gets the coveted chance to
Place baked ham in between rusk, biscuits, cornbread, pecan play Ernie Pyle in "G. 1. Joe." based on
hot buttered biscuits and serve rolls. Pyle's book, "Here Is Your War".,0
toyu gluet*.MI.Ls a7 wt sueo rae hce Desserts for wintry meals: baked Among she losers are James Gleason, Wal. ,
applesw U-A,"ani wt custard ric pudding chickh t Brennan, Fred Astaire and Hlumphsrey P
awoswize ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ brw cetl yismkrt e admsros plsugtarad, rispin flotn Bogart. . 500 Filipinos, veterans of the
ibs"5eab~t-Grades" margarine Use it gen* rw ua n asnBui
Acorn seqtifie make it mupker tolnd lemo and muhoos Philippine invasion and other Pnacific cam. ,erously ft uffle and custard will appear in RKO's "The Inis.
seasoning and dish when served with pork sau- pAr, sctPsrqe n
frying, lSi sage links Gree B s bnat FoPdsr yM to
MsteGet the most from your me Get your proficient with the boa d knife, for the T ra
hAdd a sting chart from Miss Lynn Chalse guerrilla fighting sequencesan. . Joan 0 Kellogg's Corn Flakes bring You
tthe gravy for added flavor. bers by writing to her in care of. Western Craewlord's Warner Bros. picture, known nearly all the protective food elements
Qiksandwich: Mix liver sau- Newspaper Union, 210 South Des plaines as "Mlildred Pierce," apparently is really oIf the whole grain declared essential sage with catchup and spread on Street, Chicago 6, Il1. Pleas send a set to go at last-the title has been changed to human nutrition. bread. Toast under broiler, stamped, selfadedressed envelope for you to "House on the Sad."
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EIGHT THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1944

POSTWAR PERIOD WILL Predicts Increased Investment Last Month's Minutes 814 J. D. Goldberg, Mdse. 596 CLUB WOMEN PLANBRING PROBLEMS FOR 815 Jim Glover, Lumber 4
FAMILY-SIZED FARMS
ByIY-IE Am riaAFr erMurn County Commissioners 816 Collector of Internal Revenue (Continued from page 1)
By Ameican F rmers uringVictory Tax. ---9.60 plants for the Dale Mabry hospital.
By Spuds Johnson Total Drawn on Road & Any non-members of the Garden
Sith WaB nd Ca pag Proceedings Board County Conuls- Bridge Fund.$1.280.70 Club interested in contributing to
While the war is not yet over, and WASHINGTON, D. C.-A prediction ____ sioners' Room October 4, this project may give their money
everyone is bending his best energies that American farmers will invest makes them as liquid as a dollar bill, A. D. 1944 Warrants Drawn on Agricul either to Mrs. Braswell or Mrs.
to the winning of the great conflict, more money in bonds during the Sixth it is no longer necessary for the farm Fund Brink. The Board considered with
ye arsghe frer s els war Lane tha inay reviousivne eto mantapsil aelargebnkiaccount The Board of County Commission- 695 Elsie Loeb, office help, interest another suggestion of work
yet far-sighted farmers as well as wamaetdybthWaFiac to etpsile mrgneM.
leaders of industry are looking ahead Division of the U. S. Treasury. Gamble stated. Therefore, he be- ers of Jefferson County, Florida, met Sept. 1944.$25.00 for this committee. Seeds and
toteftrThey are asking the ofFarmers bought $1,250,000,000 worth lieves, farmers will convert part of this day in regular session, there be- 696 Miles Groover, office rent plnswudbIett inyHs
to War Bonds during 1943, according these deposits into War Bonds. ing present Chairman C. J. Reams, Negro County Agent 3. the00
question, "What will the postwar to the Bureau of Agricultural Eco- pital to be used by patients as a
period bring ?" And the question can- nomics. In 1944 it is believed they . I ,, -I and Commissioners John H. Shuman, 697 E. N. Stephens, salary part of their rehabilitation. Gardencan and should purchase a total o Fred Stokley, E. S. Wright and E. Sept. 1944ring?".And.th150.00 u
not be answered simply and definitely $2,000,000,000, Ted R. Gamble, na
because it is very complicated. tonal Director of the War Financ Grantham. Total Drawn on Agriculture terest and in developing muscles.
DHvision, saidi eerlcosn The minutes of the meetings of Fund. $178.00;MsArhrWtognalcir
However, there is general consent Wncome at Pe r a n
that the postwar period will bringSetmr6had2n.wreed
thttepswrpro ilbig The Sixth War Loan, starting No- -1 & an4 prvd Warrants Drawn on Mothers Fund man, gave a very complete report on
problems for all classes of people in member 20, comes at an ideal -time T
its train. The war has not solved for agriculture, he pointed out. aunts were examfarm problems, it has merely post- is not only the time whe in, d paid 685 Mrs. Lillie Story-8.00 members of the Club worked most
phoned o bl em it h er e post far ino4 s t ae eason e ak W warrants were drawn for the several 86 M rs. C. E. W alker6 00 effectively.
poe om fthm utpoleae buta1944 marks throee earsofreo amounts, signed, sealed and counter- 687 Mrs. Minnie L. Brison .----4.00 Announceement was made of three
accustomed to facing and overcoming
problems, and there is no reason o688 Ms. Blanche Clark. important future dates. The next
plbesanthrisoresnto Ithe BEA, the Agricultural Section of 0 sindinoeMBad 689 Mrs. Mae Marshall.2.00 Board meeting will be held on Febbelieve that the ones following the the War Finance Division estimates Warrants Drawn On General
:the 1944 cash farm income at $20,600,.60MsClueAln ------40 ar26wnthNoitngom
war will be insurmountable. 000,000, compared with $20,000,000,00
Reeu ud691 Mary H. Norman. 2.00 mittee will be named. The annual Difficulties of the small farmer- in 1943. t 6 7386 to 7422 (inclusive) paid
Although net farm income, due to~ opues.$90 693 Mrs. Manda ren.2.00 aen thwinl boarhed meng ofrc the
the operator of a family-sized higher operating costs, may not bfarme
were giving concern before the war, greater than in 1943, most farmers 'z 7423 William Broxie, Bal. 694 Mrs. J. M. Hightower.2.00 !year, at which the new officers will
were givin concern before thet war.I
There was a tendency for mass pro-.
There as a endeny formass ro- nw hav redued ther debs and. SalryaSet.D194.3.00eTtalTDrwnionMothesehe nstaledewllobeheld yay228
consequently will have more money Anesosaay
duction, with its attendant large-scale to put into War Bonds, the division 7 Fund. .$42.00
operations which made for economy twn Sept. 194
nthe ~~~ 7425 Clyde . -- ------ d .15.00 Puli inthasm lfke Hude lr. rcntN. 1 onW
What the future will bring in that
uary 1, 1944, farmers reduced realTeR.Gml746MsJMHercr tcek.PcitNo1:JhnWconnection is still giving concern not estate mortgages alone by $650,000,- Dollars with J. M. Kinsey a GT ams, Nathan Kelly, Albert Connell,
only to small farmers but also to 000. War Bond purchasers will provide H. grounds .800
Bank Deposits Gain Kise asr sureties wasrv prsete tooec insecor anda Lee H.yd Grooacerk
agricultural leaders. Af ter paying all operating costs agfarms fianale reseregt proet72ollde lyd aay the Board and approved. Precinct No. 12: Limon Poppell, Susie
Secretary of Agriculture Wickard and necessary family expenses, and livestock disease, will assure The following inspectors and clerks
said recently that "the ideal of the farmers will have left this year for cash to replace and repair buildig 7428 The Monticello News, investment and debt reduction over and machinery as well as to buil Supplies. 80.61 weeapitdb h or osreand Mrs. Ollie ONeal, clerk.
independent farm family, busy and $5,000,000,000, the Agricultural Sec- back soil fertility depleted by war- in the general election to be held acsecure on its own land, is embedded tion also estimates, time food production, and will pro.
in he er fondtio ofou Amn- Because of the fact that new ma- vide funds for education, vacations 7430 Clyde H. Sauds, Gen. Ct cording to law on November 7th, A. board then adj ourned.
in the very foundation of our Ameri-600 chinery is not obtainable, farm de- and old age security et 194. 1944: Precinct No. 1: Pasco Porter, Approved: C. J. REAMS
can way of life. Unless that way poisare piling up in rural banks. The high farm income this yer W43k. Je. Reams Salary,-------600 A. C. Marshall, Fred Boyd, inspectorsAte:Chimn
of life changes completely, the faml Eand deposits held by farmers is the result of the huge inctse t fa 'ifin these banks are estimated at in farm production to meet wartime Sept. 194 4.-- __. 40.00 arnd T.S.My, cErk. Prnt NoR 2 CYD.cALe lek
farm must remain one of its chief 4,500,000,000 and time deposits at food needs rather than a rise in 7432 E. Grantham, do Hund.ey, EW H ,e
foundation stones. The family-sized 2,000,000,000. Since the new method prices, which have been held down Faglie, inspectors and Jim Lacy,
farm makes for fairer distribution of of Series E the OPA it was 7433 John H. do.00 clerk. Precinct No. 3 Will NOTICE' TO CREDITORS
farm income, for better care of thedo.40.00 (1913 PROBA ACT, SCS. 11, 120)
farinm, for better cnhpa o hur War 1ihJaa 7435 E. S. Wright, do.Frank Barnes, E. J. Wooten, inspect- nteortoteCotyud,
soil, for better citizenship and forJaa746DA.Fnysnofiert 7436 D. A.FilasnLof' ors and Franklin Wooten, clerk. Pre- jefiersoo Comuty, Florida,
happier living." ice W M k In re. Estate Of 1n i'obate.
haperlvig"e Sixt War coan marks a new turn in thle war bothi on the Sept. 1944 ------ --10.00 cntN.4LearGen, rv Michalena Majewski, Deceased.
He declared that preserving the SseA .Pwlisetr n oAlCeiosadprosHvn
He~ ~ o felrdta rmriving doe fighting and the home fronts. It points our tremendous war effort 7436 E. W. Davis, care Ct. H. BasM.r A.god lr. P rwlisecit andO. Al Clams tors DeandspAganst aidg
traditional way o definitely in the direction of the Pacific. During the first five war deccks.4.00iEstate
not neesarl meany turin backkrJIn Etae
not necessarily mean turning bac ln oans Americans were primarily thinking in terms of beating 7438 S. D. Clarke, salary, 5: H.L. incosy Mn. .alk er otfiou and euirh of opreehereby
the clock of efficiency. "I am con-Wrcisetr n oetrntfe n eurdt rsn n
Hitlr. tty fo Bd.10.00claims and demands which you, or
vnethtthe fefainysze fIarm can te.Aty o d .100 clerk. Precinct No. 6: T. G. Bishop, ither of you, mnay have against thle
vinced that the family-sized farm can
be just as efficient as the larger unit Now our government asks us for a loan of 14 billion more dollars 7439 Fenole Chemical Co., Howard McClellan, John Cureton, an- estate of Mrs. Michalena Majewski,
-perhapsof which five billion dollars must come from individuals. Why? supplies spector more Thomas Foom c
efcet"hsad Hebelieves that Haven't we nearly finished Off Our so-called Number 1 Enemy? 7440nc Bisho Off Equip. Co.,od A Flor ida, at his office in thle court house
efficient," he said. He believs822 tht of said County at Moticello. Florida.
a fair break with its competitors is Can Japan hold up our powerful war machine very long? Your fred Duncan, Ed Ritter, inspectors within eight calendar months from the
an fied n isPaifc oxol wuln' ris sch7441 The H. & W. B. Drew Co., anun Mri k ie of the first publication of this
all the family-sized farm will need son, brother notice. Each claim or demad Shall he
to assure its future. supplies.2.41
qusin ecause they are up against realities, not day dreams. 74CiyWtrDp.wae---1,8 8 C. A. Walker, Charlie Brock, 11 Iiin, and shalil esat thle place Of
al- 742 Waer ept. waer .1.58 eldncc and vast offiic, addroe of
The secretary cited legislation al- They kill or are killed. They pray every waking moment for a 7443 Clyde H. Sauls, Gen. C Dutto clerk. pecto. 9: W. T. the claimint, his e or tony
ready on the statute books giving aid cover of thank America for Wk., Sept. 1944 4180 DNTi am o andonotys
to small farmers, and averred that ndz" hc~i rdnadnts
skydarenig fienly lans. heyTimmons, John Beaty, Gordon Hud- iled shall he void. giving them the finest medical care in the world when their ren 7444 The Co. Off. Supply Co., handicap which might face the dezvous with destiny in a Pacific jungle is at hand. They know supplies.cerk Precinct n. 10L. L. Mcealel- MAiXel na MaewkiTdcas.
small farmer in the future is for T0sn n saini1 t ,01,t,,Etteo
smal arerinth ftue s or the war with the Japs is just beginning. 7445 A. S9. Grant, Gen. Ct. Wk, la Brny useJR. obt, FIiSt tiUlliCationl November 24th., 1944.
large operators and industry to re- Here are some other Pacific realities so that you Will under- Sept. 1944 .58.00 Ia 1 No 24, De 1-8-15.
duce wages to such a level that the 1 stand why there must be a Sixth War Loan and why it is absolutely 7446 A. S. Grant, jury services 63.15 small operator, who does all or most
of his own work, gets a mere pit- necessary that it be a success: 7447 A. S. Grant, Att. Co. Coi.
tance or is forced out of business. The Allied Military Command has estimated that it Will take for Qr. .18.75
Th atr7448 A. S. Grant, inquests__.9.60 Lbs
The master key to the future of years, not months, to lick Japan. the family-sized farm is cooperation, present army number about 4,000,000 with 2,000,000
Secretary Wickard believes- He saysHoptl------ -----275
Secetay Wckrd elive. H sas more men available and fit for military service, who haven't been 7450 T. B. Bird, salary for
that cooperation through national called up to date. Another1,500,000, btvreen the ages of 17 and quarter. 150.00
farm organizations, in national farm 20, are not yet subject to the draft. 7451 T. B. Bird, inquest.35.00
programs and through farmer-owned- 'The Jap Air Force is growing. 7452 T. G. Bishop, rent
and-operated cooperative associations
is essential. Through cooperation in addition of native workers, Japan has a potential Health Unit.37.50
their purchase and use, he visions force of 400,000,000 conquered people. 50% of Japan's labor 7453 Fla. Power & Light Co.,
small farmers as able to purchase force is made up of women. Another 25/ boys and girls tider lights.
good sires and efficient stock and 20, the balance men. The Jap workday is twelve to sixteen hours ph ern 17.85
equipment that are necessary to mod- with two days off a month. The Jap cannot leave his job, change 74o5 L. R Raiey supplies.36 ern, efficient production. Already, he it, or strike. The highest daily wage equals about three Amen- 7456 F. & M. Batk, paid bills. 15.0C & ^ 0D
says, manufacturers have shown in- can dollars-30% to 75% of which goes to taxes and Compulsory 7457 Monticello Grot Co., terest in designing and building I savings, supplies. 6
smaller models of power machinery The Jap, as our men in the Pacific know, will fight to the death. 7458 B. J. Hamrick, salary for
fitted to the needs of small farms. As far as the Jap is concerned, the outer Empire-and the men quarter.0o.
Extension of rural electrification, al- :who defend it-are the expendables. The Jap will fight the Battle 7459 J. D. Goldberg, Mdse.4.7 t IFACT@RY-CONT1IOLLE
most sure to follow the war, will en- from inside the inner Empire.
able small farmers to ise dozens of T
fairly inexpensive appliances that To en weary of war too easily and Totnu Dandon .eral R E C A P P I N G
will match the work of heavier ma- t rly.
chinery on larger farms. In the invasion of France, supply ships had an Overnight run Warrantr Fne N
________________________ to make. In the coming Battle of Japan, ships in the Pacific will450ASGrnfeigN OTE RCA iN
NOTICE TO CREDITORS GIVES YOU ALL THESs
(193 PROBATE ACT, SES. 11, 120)$124.50
(1:1 POBTEAC,_ EC._10_IA) These realities are worth thinking about before you keep your 4591 A. S. Grant, fingerprinting IL Grade A QMW
In the Court of the County Judge, home front rendezvous with a Victory Volunteer. Perhaps you prisoners.32.00 Camelback
Jefferson County, Florida, iSt tt
a re: Estate of Con ]rt, will feel that the national personal Sixth War Loan objective- 4592 A. Grant, trips to Prtba
Rutherford B. Human, Deceased. purchase of at least one extra $100 War Bond-i's entirely too small Bd. of Health. 135.-I Srvtce
To All Creditors and persons Having
Claims or Demands Against Sai, 'foryou. The better we face the realities confronting our forces in 4593 A. S. Grant, servant hire 30.00 Estate: & All Work by
You and each of you are hereby the Pacific the quicker the whole bloody business will be over 4594 A. S. Grant, Wts. &
notified and aequired to present any and the sooner we will welcome home our fighting men. That's capias.259.2t
laims and demands which you, or
ither of you, may have against the
state of Rutherford B. Human. de- 6 A. S. Grant, handing 4 Materials and
ceased, late of said County, to tihe
County Judge of Jeflerson Counity prisoners.18.75r
Florida, at his office in the court house 4597 A. S. Grant, Cors. 90.5 Guaranteed
of said County at Monticello. Florida,
wihi igtcaeda onh fo l ~45 98 T. B. Bird, docket fee .168.00 lo5. Any Make Tire
within eight calendar months from the '1a-- 00 eapdwt h
time of the first publication of this 4599 F. & M. Bank, paid bill
notice. Each claim or demand shall ie
n writing, and shall state the place of 4600 Clyde H. Sauls, Cnn f. Reapped ithte
residence and post office address of 3 6 Famous retd
the claimant, and shall be sworn to bW9
the claimant, his agent. or attorney 4601 B. J. Hamrick, conviction
and any such claim or demand not so r"
filed Shall be void. NO RATION CERTIPCATE NEEDED
L. Rt. RAINEY
As executor of the Last Will and 4602 A. S. Grant, court order 2,60
Testament of Rutherford B. Shuman, v 'I't Total Fine & Forfeiture
deceased. F n _. .
First publication November 24th., 1)44. 8 Fi. Fua*
No. 22 o 24 e --1.fA t Warrants Drawn on Road & Bridge
No. 22-No. 24, De. 1-8-15. ,& .-;jSt aFd

HOSPTALPLA ~ a ~p .~795 C. A. Bishop, Mdts.4.48
HOSPITAL PLAN
i~: ~ -7a6 T. S. Bracwell's Cash Store,
$ 5.00 a day for a Hospital Room VM8 FIRESTONE HOME
for you a maximum of 40 days
each year. supplies. .
10.00 on Operating Room Charges. & AUTO SUP7.G i
3.00 on Laboratory Charges. e convicts. .29.25
10.00 on Medicines and Bandages. 799 Edwin May, borrow pit
5.00 on Ambulances to or from N t RA
Hospital. a 800 City Water Dept., water.1.30 R
25.00 on X-rays ( the cost). fi Q01 Burgman Tractor Equip- MONTICELLO, FLORIDA
12.00 on Anesthetic Charges. N meat Company, sipplies.9.46
5.00 on Physio-Therapy Treatments. M 802 Southeastern Tele. Co.,
50.00 for Emergency Care away Phone rent
from home. 8-Sack Garwn01
5.00 for First Aid Treatments. 804 George Williams, pulling
FAMILY GROUPS AT ONE truck. POLONIUM
PREMIUM _'Yt 805 Henry Lumber Compamy, C .,~e': SPARK
Write or Phone lumber. .39 AVE
PROFESSIONAL 806 R. H. Devane, salary,
INSURANCE CORPORATION 8 I Gardner, S4. 12.30 .C.
Rm. 4, Christie Hall Bldg. 0a9 12.95
808 T. B. Clark, do .102.5( t' .9c eof
P. O. Box 132 Phone 1961 _"9 ,56U 6~eundo rmr
P. o. Box 32 Phone 161 A 4t~' ,tli.' ~809 Jefferson Sales Co., repairs 7.35 boean.4oroe
Tallahassee, Florida 810 Pope's Garage, repairs.72.51 opki sof0 MW
NAME .811 J. E. Clayton, supplies.12.35 pw tbu mW p* Polonium alloy electrode
ADDES.812 Horners Garage, labor us Wigvesice eerestrt
ADDRESS .oPatrol .8.00
TON __. .813 J, Le Anderson, supplies.1.55 LAYAWAY PLN I _________________