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The Monticello news
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Monticello news (Monticello, Fla.)
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v.60 no.24 January 5, 1945


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Weekly constitution (Monticello, Fla.)

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Town Officials To Pepper Avers

Be Elected Monday He'll Follow Fra Tn

All Are Unopposed Liberal Line
Washington, Dec. 28.- Florida Senl- IP~ARENT-TEACHER TO HOLD Scores of Jefferson county citizens
Teanaelcinothtof0 ator Claude Pepper says his love for' NIGHT MEETING TUESDAY jondote foriasTsayn
The annual election of the town of___.bain h od u cipadcer
Monticello will be held next Monday, liberalism comes ahead of his affec- .
January 8th, when voters will elect tion and respect for President Roose- The Monticello Parent-Teacher As. weather to witness the inauguration
yelryL.,wenvteswilI sociation will hold its January meet- of Millard Caldwell of adjoining Leon
a mayor, town clerk and treasurer,
a maortownclek ad trasuering Tuesday evening, January 9th, county as Florida's 29th governor in town marshal and tax collector and "The reason I have supported the
a treasurer to serve for one year; President so strongly is because I
~ -> ~will be held in the elementary school The inaugural parade was shortenthree members of the town council to have always thought he was fighting
hol oficefortwoyeas ad treefor liberalism," Pepper said. "If he 4adioum wllbinbsincofeby'qutoffiilbtinuholdbe o the D e rati Exee g o ti cors a fathers' Night, and the attendance ed bands of Florida State College for
members of the Democratic Executiveurged. Committee to hold office for two I think he did on the State Departmentnomnee-I esere te rghtMiss Catherine Stimson, programiCity, Milton and Quincy schools,
years.chai has planned a program Camp Gordon Johnston and Dale MaUnopposed nominees are Richard o Peppe ldth fight agis Seat be of special interest to biy Field, A coningent of cowboys
H. Simpson, mayor; Martha Murdock,Kissimmee, the-Mi town clerk and treasurer; E. s. confirmation of State Department There will be no board meeting, ami Legion Drum and Bugle Corps
Wright, town marshal and tax col- nand Marianna Boy Scouts added
lector and Dave Winans, tax assessor. color to the parade.
A. E. Cooper, C. W. Harris and A. N. ed he would not yield, that he would V Lt. Geo. G eoC l'2mu a
Watson are nominees for town coun- submi the sam nae later. of revu
ehThe controversy attracted a lot of Is Kild In Action eutocaled fort ne srorces of evKcldil.t cryou rormo
attention. One newspaper columnist ~
Apone osrea npcoshere heralded it as the beginning of a a iicA e ping the state's economic and social
Appointed to serve as inspectors rsucs
and clerk are Mrs. T. B. McDonald, a "Pepper bloc" to fight for liberal Piau
Mrs. John Cook, C. L. Jones, inspect- cHe spoke with an even-flowing
ors, and T. G. Bishop, clerk. Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Whitehouse conversational tone in his voice as h.
of New York City and Monticello declared that whatever new taxes arp
From a start as a postoffice clerk wre notified Saturday by the War levied,-and he made no sugges.Kiwanians Install at Monticello, Ft., Fred U. Mills has Department that their son, Lt. tions-"ust not only be reasonable
worked his way to a high postal pos- George B. Whitehouse, has been killed --the tax revenue must be expended
1945 Officers With in action in the Pacific. so wisely as to permit business to retHis now post is superintendent of t. Whitehouse, who was 21 years gard It, not as a burden or a loss, division one of the Postoffice Depart- of age, was a fighter pilot in the but rather as a sound paying investment. An executive position direct- MILLARD CALDWELL Navy and was serving aboard an aihm- meant "
ply nder the first assistant postmaster craft carrier at the time of his death. "It is my purpose to be an economWillreiamn J f Bull ok ill o e instle general. I___ A ni older brother, Charles, is a liut- Icea I executive in the sense that I1 will
as presidentaofothefMonttcelloaKtwanis Club at the special Ladies Night e -With Few Changes Progress of Timber, enant in the Marine Corps and is now expect no public funds to e wasted,"
installation service which is heing W n Gn the States after a yeas service in he said. "I do not however, propose
ednt heical wouldng note yildhteewol
heldtoniht n th Womns lub.Dwiht Rogtoers beintwrke Jary o unyG a igtePcfcfb aleadngady cnmt

The meeting, which will begin at 3 he will have one of Capitol Hill's Ofiil '-~ Lt. Whitehouse is survived by his delay or retard worthwhile develop~ igtwilbeaninora scil ou.veteran secretaries heading. his office N wH lsP o iepaes, his brother, and a sister, ment and growth."
staff.lbearinoml oil or Begin N w Terms iu nSylvia Whitehouse, Gov, Spessard L. Holland, whc
satnt. Oneld newsape columnis
hereiheralded it asr thebegnnigeo

Prsien Je ar bcoes She will be Mrs. Hattie M. Coke,---- Mr. and Mrs. Whitehouse maintain surrendered his offise to Caldwell, a
pProgsa b "and increasing interest in a home at El Destin Plantation, near few minutes earlier called attention past prednt, an fisocerk.osre h a ensrvn sHuePbi efesncut fiil ea

in lieu of a vice-president at Kiwanis Lands Committee clerk and as secre- a new term of office January fist the timber-grazing-game program Monticello, and are scheduled to ar- to the' "strong condition of the van-. meetings, should the need arise. J. tary to Rep. Peterson (D-Fla). with but few changes in the court 'bode well for the future of Florida rive there from their New York home ous State funds and expressed a hope
C.Widam J.,llc will be installed a eesnhsmvdit e

C.Wadon J. wllb istledas teso asmoe itoane ouse officials. The major change is agriculture, next week. Joe R. Hughes, Jr., is in that "a substantial portion" of the
secretary-treasurer. the sheriff's office where James R. The program, developed and pro- charge of the plantation, balances "he held in reserve against
The ew oar of dir ctor wil officabe and the st c cang Huse consid- Cooksey, Jr., goes in office, succeed- posed o Florida land-owners three u e p c e ed ,a d t a t e a
composed of Jack Taylor, Smith building attaches. igAS.Gat MrGanwoyears ago by Louis T. Nieland,- Agri tions be used to bring to date our
isre Clubr at ther speia Ladiest Night.

Wright, Carl Joiner, John Summitt g e has an extremely large colc r cultural Extension Service fohreiteh Stock bare ieporn long deferred program of building
and Norbo Stephens. tion of rocks and assorted mineral first appointed in April 1934, to fill has attracted widespread attention _____construction.
held thens thaWomans Club.e nxiedtr f hrfLmrfomfres

S ee chi n specimens and wouldn't part with a cattlemen, and other There was a good run of cattle and "I am wholly mindful of the uncerprogram committee, has prepared an one. The movers kept on the alert Sledge who died in office. He ht, landownrs in this state and also hogs sold at the local stock yards, to tainties under which we are living,"
Interesting program for the meeting. lest a snake jump out from behind subsequently elected to the office 1fdr from foresters in this and many Other start the year 1945 off in good style Holland declared, after listing accomPr esn some of the rocks, two four year terms, states. New Yeats Day. plishments of his administration,
Throughout~~____ thwrltaksw_---- Mr. Cooksey is a well -known 'Jef It is only logical that it should Best steers & heifers ----10 to 14.00 which he said had aimed to "dispose
pferaos county resident, and is oper- meet with favor by land-owners, for Medium steers & heifers 6 to 10.00 of old problems and remove old obfamilies to produce enough food for Eating plenty of the right kinds of ator of the Union Bus Station and its primary purpose is~ to increase Best cows--------8 to 13.00 stacles to our continued growth and themselves and an additional family. food and getting enough sleep and Texaco Sevc-tto.H sas the value of the land and the products Medium cows------ to800 prsperity."
In lieu ofanie-praesidnen fatm KiaisyISrieSain e sas o8

In heUniedStaesonefam fmiy recreation are prime requisites for the wholesale Texaco distributor for that come from the land now and Old thin cos-----2 toW.0 The 47-year-old new governor,
medetns, sould thed ned athre J.dIos.---- o50

prdcseog odadohrpo- good healthI says the Florida Exten- this territory. Sheriff Coooksey has in the future. In a nutshell, the idea Bulls---._.---------- --6 to 10.00 whose term begin on the hundredth
ncts for itself and four other families. sion Service. retained George Arrants as chief is to 'Utilize the land for the purpose Calves ._. 6 to 14.00 anniversary of Florida's admission to
deputy, Mr. Warrants having served to which it is best suited. Heavy No. 1 hoogs.-11.75 the Union, declared, "Florida has
in the capacity for Mr. Grant. Some land is more suited to culti- No. 1 hogs-----------------12.50 made great strides in a century, but
itm fJfsn Inl the office of prosecuting attor- vation that other land, some is more No. 2 hogs . 12.00 if we, its people, faithfully execute
scery-treasurer.Ileet onH.SuansceesB

Intre~ig tes o Jeferonney Jh .Sua uces1.J suited to forests and game, and some'No. 3 hogs . . 11.25 our trust, it is just now on the threshCounty Boys and Girls in Set'- Hamrick. is more suited to livestock produc- No. 4 hogs 11.05 oldsof its rightful place in the society
Terboard of county commissioners tion Many farmers have all three No. 5 hogsdc will. b10.40 of sttes."
has only one change, E. 1. Braswell types ohl their farms. To realize 1 Light No. 5 hogs. 9.7 A growth and development "which Private Grinnelle Bishop, of Camp serve as a Third Officer in the Mer- succeeds John H. Shuman s commis- wi Blaring aftr sendig te hlidas cant arie. ione frm ditrit 2 all the land by devoting the different Feeder pigs. to 13.00-- sible by wise expansion and developwith his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Bradshaw is a graduate of the Itypetoteirbetposibleprpose meat of our system of public educaward Bishop, at Aucilla, has return- Monticello High School, Monticello, SUBSTITUTE CLERK IN tys their bftes possible purpose by__adequately__safeguardingthe
isrheaigratemroramommittee,__________has_ tonpbraeqpteyrafgurdngth

ed to camp. In service four months, Fla., where he was the business man- SELECTIVE SERVICE NOW: If this program is widely developed public health, by the conservation of
young Bishop iw being transferred to ager of the Year Book. He was pres- over the state-and the indications our natural resources, the forests, the
d den o the of Cb P fice-prs- M L
Fort~ GereG ede ayad ident of the Beta Duringhs- county selective service office, is ~aie now quite promising-it will noti H EALTH water supply, the oil and the miner_ V id~~~ent. A n t ex Be t iv poositD uio n g d ict-l r l n y m a a g r n o e f o h n eo ls i d i e of t e f e d n

IsamW L. Anderson has completed school terms he was also interested substituting for C A.m Dr. F. A. Br
his training at the U. S. Naval Am- in football, basketball and dramatics. Montgomery, in the Jefferson county land during the next few years, but ryt a tiphibious Training Base at Fort Pierce .office last week and this. Mi. Moint- i't will also mean that the land will Patent Medicine Advertisinig world the facts that ours is a sound,
wVho gomely, who has been suffering an be improved as time goes on. In other stable, dependable government.
ad Easbea nAn S/t attack of iritis, is much improved and words, it will increase the future At the turn of the century the "But these advancements are NOT
dtIn Egad8/St Norwood C. Wi oeto eal o ~tr t h f production possibilities of the land. 'newspapers and magazines carried our for the wishing. They are to be
Its, son of Mr.'and Mrs. C. C. Willis hpstbealtoruntotef- War needs are calling for enormous many patent medicine advertisements gained only by hard, intelligently ditary ~ ~ ~ fc toRe.netron(DFl)
Donld exon s nw tatone a ofMotelo, haslod into 2, isgnew_______Doie M y 'ofice quantities of forest products and even In which the vendors made fantastic erected effort and by the judicious exPortsmouth, Va., awaiting assign- ing to school' again- and his class- Fg tthough efforts are being made to cut claims for the curative value of their penditure 'of money. If they are
ment, which he expects and hopes to mates are fighting soldiers from all Leads only the trees that should be cut nostrums. worth having, they are worth workhe aboard one of the new LSM's, one the united nations. according to good forestry manage- Over this a great furor was raised. Ing for-and they are worth what
of the fastest amphibious crafts Preparing for the final aerial Against Polio mient, it is inevitable that many will Finally the publishers were forced to they will cost in money."
afloat. Donald has completed one smash-through over Ger~many, he is _____be removed that must be replaced. clean house. Gradually these fraud- "In considering the fiscal situation
tour of overseas duty in the Mediter- now taking intensive refresher cours- Julius Goldberg of Monticello has The Extension program provides for' ulent advertisers disappeared. Now we must remember that for several ranean theatre, taking part in four es in aircraft maintenance at this re- been named County Campaign Direct- replacing these trees and also for the Federal Trade Commission pro- years Florida has experienced, beinvasions. When he returned to the pair and modification depot of the or of the annual fund appeal and planting hundreds of thousands Of hibts advertisements in which false cause of a chaotic war, abnormal exStates, he was home for a month's Air Service Command in England. March of Dimes to be conducted Jan- trees on lands which are now bare statements and claims of cure are penditunes of its funds. It is imperleave, and then returned for physical Training with him are soldiers in uary 14-31 in celebration of the Pres- (Continued on page 8) made. it is possible for the radio ad- ative that we look ahead to the postand mental tests to determine if he the uniforms of England, France, dent's Birthday by the aional vertiser, however, without actually war years when our receipts must
were ready for a return to active Holland, Czechoslovakia, Australia, Foundation for Infantile Paalysis, it stating an untruth, to give a false drop off and our necessary expenses
combat duty. He passed all tests and Canada, and other allies. was announced by Basil O'Connor, forIO-NEW impression as to the individual's need must increase.
will soon be re-assigned. Meantime They live and work together, learn- president of the organization, and the curative value of the adver- I 'The funds Va hand and to be
he is enjoying the base at Ports- ing to service battle planes now Mr. Goldberg is a prominent mer- I PROCESSED FOODS tied concoction, contemplated from existing tax
mouth, where as, hie puts it they have swarming over the continent. When chant of Monticello and has, for sev- Blue X-5, Y-5, Z-5, A2 and B2 now Every year millions are spent for sources are earmarked and obligated "no working parties for combat they finish specialized training under eral yers been actively connected'valid at 10 points each. C2 through So-called remedies that are valueless to presently authorized needs. troops, late reveille, good chow, the Air Service Command they'll be with the local Bof Scouts as Scout- G2 became valid January 1, 1945. anid may be very harmful by forming "The Road Department funds must
shows, swell canteen, and liberty ready to join fighting Air Force units master. MEATS AND FATS drug habits, actually causing chronic be used onl imperative needed repairs
every other night. About all we have at advanced bases in Europe. Commenting on the need to re- Red Q5, R5 and S5 now valid at constipation or even delaying other and construction as quickly as labor
is a two-hour fire watch every other -_v-_ inforce our lines of defense agaihist! 10 points each for uise with tokens. very urgent treatment, and materials are available.
night." Well, Don and the other lads T,'/Sgt. George W. Bishop has writ- this insidious enemy of childhood, Mi'. T5 through KS became valid Decem- For sevei'al years now, some of the "Thre margin in the general revenue deserve all the good breaks they get, ten his mother, Mrs. George T. Bish- Goldberg stated, "The 1944 epidemic her 31. radio advertising has been very oh- fund over and above safe working
and here's hoping 1945 will hold many op, of Aucilla, that his battalion was of infantile paralysis was the second' SUGAR anxious. False statements are care- capital must be safe-guarded for
for them. awarded the Presidential Citation onl worst outbreak of the disease in its Stamp No. 34 good indefinitely for fully avoided but false impressions emergencies.
S December 12th. George is with an history in the United States. Fortun- five pounds. are freely and deliberately made. By "Over half the state's cash resourJames Allen Bradshaw, 18, son of amphibious tank battalion. He has ately, we were on the alert and well Canninig Sugar inference and by inflection, the an- es is represented by the $50,000,000
Mrs. William J. Bradshaw, of 135 !been in service three years and has prepared to meet that attack in all All home canning sugar coupons nouncer seeks to make us believe that ,reserve held, in Washington for payWaukeena St., Monticello, Fla., has spent one year of it in the Pacific parts of the nation. More than a mi- dad stamps invalid the advertised product is just the meat, when necessary, to the unembeen appointed a Cadet-Midshipman zone. He is at present in Hawaii. lion dollars-or ten million dimes- FUEL OIL thing foi your particular ailment. played.
for officer training in the United '_V- contributed by the American peopleI Period 4 and 5 coupons from last Do you wish to spend your good "In the other funds, earmarked for
States Merchant Marine Cadet Corps. !Ernest Clark, petty officer 2nd were spent by your National Founda- year, and Period 1, 2 and 3 coupons money for useless or harmful drug-s? schools, for county roads bonds, for He has been assigned to the United class, U S. Navy, is at home on a tion for Infantile Paralysis to provide for current season now valid at 10 No? Then listen carefully to what the needy aged, ad for other purposStates Merchant Marine Academy at 26 day leave, after his second tour of the best of modern care and treat- gallons each. your doctor. If you are not ill, in- es, there i small surplus, although
Kings Point, N. Y., for four months duty in the Central Pacific. Ernest, ment for all victims of the epidemic. GASOLINE at all. If you are really ill consult the bills have been paid and a safe
preliminary training after which he who was at home for a short leave in Since no one knows where, or how A-14 coupons valid through March your doctor. If yoou are not ill, in- working capital is available.
will sei've a minimum of six months April, has served a total of 17 months hard, polio may strike in 1945, we 21, 1945. Rationing rules require that vest that extra money in War Bonds "In seeking more revenue, we must as a deck Cadet-Midshipman aboard in the Pacific. must again be ready to meet the at- 1 each car owner write his license num- and watch it grow. avoid undue hardship. Confiscatory
merchant ships delivering vital war tack wherever it may come. Partici- her and state on each coupon in his n The Readers Digest for January, taxation will destroy the very fouhise tranin at th U.r S.o Navale. Am-ainftesatI uins st

supplies to the far-flung battlefronts. I James Anderson, who spent the pation in the annual March of Dimes possession as soon as it is issued him pagte 1 is adcn vergodatceTh dtin of the Ar"mitnpalsate. Ifusinesri toe When he completes his sea time he holidays here with his wife and moth- appeal is our assurance that no vic- by his local rationing board will return to the Academy for twelve en, has left for Finney General Hos- tim of infantile paralysis will go un- IThe tightening and expansion of It is condensed from The New Re- government, it must first survive. months advanced training. Upon pital, where he is being treated for cared for, regardless of age, race, the food rationing p a1 public. It is worthy your thoughtful "Each tax dollar should earn divigraduation he will be qualified to wounds received in combat, creed or color." (Continued on reading. (Continued on page 8)

The Monticello News. Monticello. Fla. Friday, January 5, 1945

How to Win Friends and Prevent Future Wars CLASSIFIED


Z30-WLJ 0 Pefsons now enaeo nesetr
Indsrwill. notpl ihotsae
Lint From a Blue eg ut eto viaiiyfo hi oa
Washington, D. C. Seg M odte Unted States Employment Service,
Some startling fats have been taoersinvite to peo b er ab rH Wanted hite or colgathered by Allied war strategists Lywood. permanent work. Apply noc. Hampreevsit h etr ront to hesofsafi as go.G no, fl ime, Lovetrime, shalould. lirei.Io
regarding Hitler's ability to throw Hap
reevsinto the western fot
/ -~Martin, the screen star thrush, is
They give one explanation as to
v~f he wr aains Gemanyhas . . .now a safsgt. wihteArmy i ote Distance Might
Sthe war against Germany France. . Eileen Barton, Si
lasted so much longer than the war 'R4
planners expected. Nonstop Is 3,563 Miles
It has been estimated that since teles t an eautifg
D-day when Allied troops landed on wit an up-and-comiog
Normandy, the Germans have lost swoon-singer named Tad Bruce.
1,00,000 men killed, wounded or rts a 400 million
doll. ar i "ta eo 94 ihsn air route is the 3,563-mile hop
taken prisoners. This is a terrific
los ina prio o si moths A come in radio history. . Wendell made by the planes of the Qantas
loss in a period of six months. Epr iwy costeIda
.Corey (he plays the lead opposite Epr iwy costeIda
However, despite that heavy loss, ocean between Albany, Australia,
war strategists estimate that a an C Cesrecr
greater number of Nazi troops now V NO touring show) had a tiny part as a and co o lon.
face the Allies than on D-day. The -sergeant in "Follow the Girls." Tescn ogs itne
face the Allies than on D-day. The the 3,376 miles flown between New
total of D-day (June 6) was 65 di- Wangerish frm her ie Yi
visions. But today Germany has 75 wbsto der own ro rorm YorkCityandLisbon,_Portugal.
divisions on the western front. Head a
It is also estimated that Germany's panel of quiz kidlets.
total strength on all fronts is just According to an OPA bulletin there easy way to
under 6,000,000 men. American troops in all corners of the globe have won the admiration of the youngsters of every nation, are 30 bl cigat isr n
This increased strength on the-v
westernreas nt on the Many of the war orphans have been adopted by individuals and units of the f ro armed fores Congres
whestern front. a Int com fromn sional leaders in war zones have reported that the American soldier and sailor are doing more to pelrevent future The Intelligentsia: John B. Ken- N O K T the Russian front. It iko wars, by their cooperation with children, than any act of congress.know
that some divisions have been
transferred from the Russian who can take the teletype's prosaic NOS
front, but they have been re- reports and turn them into words
placed by other troops and the ghting Tdiving a Good o I that march like armies. He steam- membranes
eastern front has been kept at rollered American bigots and left swollen? QuI.
fullstrngth Itis to rsky o -- -them flatter than their heads. spread cooling
fall strength. It is too risky to Jf e betoau
take chances there. CBS reporter Bill Downs' In nostrils. Snuff
Therefore, war strategists es- scription of captured Nazis: "They well back. Speedimate that the chief increase of have the look of men caught stealstrength on the western front he film actions: Helps
has come from the Volksgrana- "The 7th Cross" (alleging it por- Soothe irritated membranes;
dier divisions. These include traded "good" Germans), astonished 8) Reduce swollen passages;
boys of around 16 and old men of author Helen Deutsch, who points ) Silaeal blood
46 which Hitler started forming out that the action in it takes place breath brings quick, walinto groups around September 1. in 1936 when the underground Ger comereief.Jars,tubes3Oit
There are 10,050 men in a divi- mans were trying to purge the na
sion; they have little training, tion of the wicked, etc. The good
poor liaison, and are short of Germans, she adds, included the
arms, especially machine guns. Manns, Einsteins and other reuBut they fight with considerable gees. . Pert Lee Carson, the
ferocity when mixed in with . INS girl correspondent covering the
units from the regular army. war in Europe, inherited the spot
German youth has had military vacated by the ailing Richard Tre- Which of
training for years, which has been a gaskis. She's with the 1st Army.
big help. Reports are that these Richard was invalided home after
new troops fight in bursts-furiously more years of war than most men
for a while and then are exhausted.
They have no stamina. Irving Berlin, his own music pubAnother factor which has helped
the ermn hih cmman isthelisher since Sept. 15th, has already Mrs.Gay or Mrs. Glum 2
the German high command is thesod7000cpe withdrawal of about 20 divisions
witdraal f aout20 iviion t ~ A ~"White Christmas" and "Always." Irritable, depressed moods are often
from the Balkans, thus the shorten- The latter is 18 years old, related to constipation. Take Nature's
iag of the front line in Holland. Sev- (e n
chemicals, no minerals, no phenol
eral Finnish divisions also have been Q M H
thrown into the western front. Quoai a ans HdivNusy
However, it remains an encourag- -act different. Purely vegbla
Ing fact that as of today a dwindling with a halo. . Anon: Snow slowly combination of 10 vegetable ingredi
tug~~~~~ fac thta.o.oayadinl. laundering the countryside. . ents formulated over 50 years ago.
percentage of the German army is
yThe quote recently crdtdtI.Ucae o ad otd hi
made up of men of the proper fight- Broun, "Experience is what men action is dependable, thorough, ye
ing age-from 18 to 38. fTle U. S. Third army has given an excellent account of itself during the entire war. Xpper left, shot ii call their mistakes," should have gentle, as millions of NR's have
Maj. Gen. E. V. Landrum addressing officers and men during lull in activities somewhere in northern Francft been credited to 0.* Wilde. Then we larger economy size. Ali druggit TROUBLE IN ITALY Lower left, largest ordnance tractor, used to haul 8-inch and 240 mm. guns for Third army. Center, search- are informed that Musset once Caution: Take only ms directed.
Premier Bonomi of Italy has writ- ing streets for lurking Nazis. Right, Lieut. Gen. George S. Patton, commanding general of the Third arm,,, penned: "Experience is the name ten President Roosevelt a 100-page men give to their follies or their MR TO-NIGHT; TOMORROW ALRIGHT
letter outlining in great detail many sorrows." . Alan Gale: Was it
Italian complaints against the Brit- Atlantic Charter or justso much
ish. When and if this is published, it Atlantic chatter? . Bob Bu
will make some of the Greek trou- advice to after-dinner speakers:
bles with the British look relatively to b
Among the grievances Bonomi e!.Egetn or
outlined to the White House are the
terms of the armistice forced upon
Italy by the British-with American
The Wireless: We liked the re- FOR ACID INDIGESTIN
acquiescence. The armistice terms
have never been published, and one union with Roy Shields' show. This
big reason is that the Allies areopportunity fearful of public reaction to the
frankly imperialistic demands om trimmed with literary lace Churchill.cotniy Ete arme'
It calls for the ceding by Italy to tuEh r
the British of the island of Pantel-r
leria, just south of Sicily. This tiny I d
island-only 58 square miles-would knee-pants stage, despite soft soap
makethe ritih a onstnt .- operas. Amazing how ordinary diamake the itly aogue glitters when it comes in conthreat to Italy.
Churchill demands i, however, in -~tact with Ethel's magical voice. . A aoiehueodatsptic dressChurchill demands it, however, in Hoe'
order t saeur th "uglr-e Within three hours one station stabls I and liimnofrntyr-ands
orde to safeguard the "Jugular tearwt 5snigcmeca
vein" of the British empire, the sea thesness en
lane through the Mediterranean to smellodies. One dose of that and ased muscles
Sue. ndconidrig he ificlt you turn into Marconi's sworn ene- Tae h tn n thour of burns,
Suez. And considering the difficulty clsinetbtapoadivP
British shipping had going around ~~my. . Wheezes about shortages sclinetbeoaadiypooBritish shipping had going around wind en u burn chafin and
Africa during the early part of the skidded chapped skin. Its antiseptic action lesswar, some U. S. leaders think he is cently, but the ciggie shortage the danger of infection whene the
spoledit~If ourecall the cracks skin is cut or broken.
right.Keep, a bottle handy for the minor The Adriatic port of Trieste will be taken from Italy and made an in. you know all the cigags. yo drist-trl size tl25.
ternational free port, and the ar. G. C. HANFORD MFG. CO., Syrc
mistice also provides for relinquish. The Story Tellers: For those
ing a part of the Italian breadbasketfame the Piedmont, to France. On an isolated stretch of northeast Greenland, U. S. eoastguardsmen he loss ofa am wile de comes o ic mag
T1o sweeten the pill, the Italianse aeeso aiusclb n
were promised tha the t lans surprised and captured a German radio-weather station, last enemy out- bnth re as go dnt pr- raes ters o f ais e la nd
wer pomse tat hetemsofthe post in Greenland. A 183-foot Nazi trawler and its crew was also captured vent Ea.rl m ast in 31hoiCstl 1h60- provess niou necibs the slddersof. armistice would be lightened in pro. in nearby waters, Above shows coastguardsmen moving captured radio noun Pa. Bagi tis 160 sp
portion to the degree of help they supplies. shpond bc atrshows h . in the Atlantic Monthly, W.
give the Allies in the rest of the Lippmann examines the stumbling
war against Hitler. bc ta mh e eob
So complete is the British control stones for the post-war world. You Get Your War Bonds
that last spring, when Soviet Russia Greek roo M don't have to wait for tomorrow's
annonce recgniionof te to confirm his warnings-just To Help Ax the Axis
announced recognition of the Bado- edtdysfotpgs r
gio government, Badoglio was ad. er turns in a j o ra
vised a few days later that he had Wolt sdrs' emoio thahs
no right to deal with any other government, Allied or not. Author of . typewriter via Esquire. A GI's longthis note was Lieut. Gen. Frank Noel ilg for home is something so great
Mason MacFarlane, then deputyit takes the mind up as with teeth president of the Allied control com- 4-adsae tadbnsi n
mission for Italy. Result was tha Result '~'~ /C~\ Parso itst asch.
although recognition of Italy was annoludiced~~~~~ inMsonCabsao leaves as Aladdin got from his lamp. For You To Feel Well
nounced in Moscow, no ambassador A ah evey day 7 days every
has been sent to Rome, nor has Italy c sC C H
ever been permitted representation lied diplomatic troubles in 1945 has matter from the blood.
in Moscow. . led oetu.t epes~~.o o h
In Mscow C -- ad com tru. kineys must constantly remove e* s *. ~ CC ~ -- -plus fluid, excess rcids and other wasto
CAPITOL CHAFF The Magic Lanterns: A cinematic without injryo st the bld
Lg Certain administration leadersis zooming be btte n di h the
E. ertin dmiistatin lades -int ton lade wih datiwhole system is uPset when irdneys fa
have been urging dynamic E. A. i to function properly.
Stephens of New Orleans to run forblockbusters exploding emotional dy- too freueti-- nmite Thi is stiringtribteitf.o cometimes warns that weothimg
mayor of that city. Stephens had Ts wrong. You may sffer hansdinner with the President and Mrs. America's 4-mile-a-minute-men who
Roosevelt recently. have made the skies safe for 48 pane tn up a illing.
([ Sen. Claude Pepper, whose senate stars. Long may they fly!
subcommittee on wartime healthstimult the fo subcmmitee n wrtim helth"Hollywood Canteen" displays a tion of the kidney-s and help them to
and education has had American starring jamboree running the diver- flush out poisonous waste from
adeuainhshdAeiElas troops with machine guns and rifles are shown~ in the streets of Eduard Von Steiger, above, for. sogaufrm htozn.Ltig blood. They ceoltain nothing harm I.
Medical association moguls tearingUse with confidence. theirca asao m ogse Piraeus, where British and Greek mountain brigade forces extended their mer member of the Swiss Federal the film's mighty names is all the prv stores.
thrpsl hair ecaseits progressive oldings despite local Elas attacks. The drive of the leftist Etas forces Council, was recently elected presi. praise it needs. They provide the proposals bee poar m e are, or the center of Athens appeared to have been halted and the most dan- dent of Switzerland for 1945. He be most potent example of amusement has been phvte to address the AMAed longs to the Farmers' party. since laughs were invented. AoMA
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THEBy HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D D Inches: crochet directions. For this pat~HESTRYTHS AR ZneCoey to a man I happen to know in Chi- Mr. Lanning seemed amused. "My Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. tern send 16 cents in coins, your namse,
is railroaded into taking a job she does adrsanthptennub.
Is airoaedint tkig ajo sh des cagO--a faithful man-but not too dear girl, this little island hasn't Released by Western Newspaper Union.adrsanthptennub. not want, helping old Admiral Duncan
want himemirs. She Adia newt intelligent. I instructed him to pro- yet cut its war teeth. You saw how Due to an unusually large demand ad
wdite his memoirs. She Is in love with
Paul Dunean, the admirals grandson. ceed at once to Elleryton and send easily I got past those guards. Quite Lesson for January 7 current war conditions, slightly more thou,
While aboard the Samoa en route to us a brief report on you, to be fol- as easily I Can clear out. As a war -Gar is required in filling orders for a few atf
Hawaii she is thrown overboard, and lowed later by a more detailed re- goes on, you learn many tricks, Lesson subjets ad Scripture texts se- st. the most popular pattern, numbers.
before arriving at Oahu, Pearl Harbor is port, many ropes was about to say elected and coyrighted by International 0 *4 Send your order to:
bombed. After landing, Paul and Zore to Berlin must have that Amber was an con ony
overhear Paul's handsome brother, Steve, fallen into the hands of an over- too, but easy to reach through her *L,. a, cle Needier ep
wtwhmZodie Is Infatuated, plotting ',Swn i
with wihop Lanin to deivrnom with Wiho Zon n ts Infatuae plotin cautious clerk. I said, in substance, emotions. She very much enjoyed THE CHILDHOOD OF JESUS '54W.Rnolph St. Chicago 90, I.
radar equipment to the Axis. Believing 'Is Anna Boland dead? Her dupli- playing the part I gave her, which Enclose 16 cents for Pattern
cateis boar ths shp uder erywas hatof te lvell sien I an LESSON TEXT-Matthew 2:13-23.IV Steve in danger Zorie rushes into the
StveI dngrZoe uhe It te ae s bar ti sipude vr ws ht f h lveysien n n GOLDEN TEXT-Behold. I am with thee, "s No. -U
nightto. save him and discovers the assignment of this nature, we albody of beautiful Amber Lanning. Win- answer said: 'Perhaps it was Anna Ways have a girl of her type along." thou goest.-Genesis 28:15. Nam
throp Lanning binds Zorie and drives her Boland's double we shot.' Of course, "The first time Amber saw me," Matthew is the Gospel Addres
to a cabin in the mountains. that bolstered Pierre's suspicions Zone interrupted, "she Stared at Me
tremendously, but not nearly s0 as if I were a ghost. I know now and His kingdom. It stresses the
CHPE Vmuch as the answer we received she thought I was Anna Boland." fulfillment of prophecy in the cornfo th maIsett leyo.Ing of Christ, the King. After His *,. FAST RE LI EF from
CHAPTER XVfrmtemnIsntoEeytn M
"Is there anything you can say to This will amuse you very much, r. Planning chuckled "Yes you rejection, it tells us of the Church,
hi, eakdgnl,"htmgtMiss Corey." gave her a dreadful shock." "the kingdom in mystery," and of COLD DISTRESS'
kne," he asked gently, "that might
be useful-on your behalf? Mr. Mr. Planning paused for another i RELIEF ONE-Ease Headache.
Stromberg is a realist and a man of drink and Zone wondered if any- land and isu glriou comn a in
quick decisions. I do not know what thing could ever amuse her again.
hie will decide to do, but I assure "His reply, decoded, said literally "She did not know Anna, Miss This 'then is an important book .*RELIEF THREE-Lessen body achet.
heic wil decide tor do, butt Ihe assureIE
you I will do everything to save your Corey Ambe was OUR-Ease stuffy am.
life. You are so innocent and so fourth. Was employed by Professor Martinique, but she spent a large months. Teacher and student alike RELIEF FIVE-Reduce musde aches.
beautiful." Bowdoin J. Folsome past four part of her life in the States. At should be enthusiastic and expect- No need to just suffer from commas
"Will you tell me who Ah-nah is?" least, she went to finishing school ant. Easy to Crochet. cold mistrie Grove's Cold Tablets
Zorie asked.
" B ut ofk c o u r s e M i s se g C o r e y. I Is w illw s T e g n a o y o f t e K n a dO E w r h e r c e e o i h t d w n i e a d w r n
"Bto1ore is oelIwl pointed out to her twice-once in a the story of His coming to earth as butterflies form the edge of at the samre time. Take exactlyeasdl"But asw l of ourse Mis uoe!Itills New York night club, and once in the babe of Bethlehem (both impor- lovely towels, scarfs, or pillow reeted. Lrge sizesm, money.
gladly answer all of your questions.
Ah-Bnah is Pierre's way of pronounc- Martinique. A large part of the tant matters), are covered in chap- cases embroidered in these floral
Ing Anna. He is referring to one of treasury of France-something like ter 1. In our lesson we find Him motifs.
the bravest, cleverest, most bril- four hundred million, in gold bul- as a little child. Observe how man
liant, most dangerous secret agents lion-is stored there you know, received Him, and how God cared
who ever lived-Anna Boland. She Anna Boland was in Martinique, do- g definite Bobsledding On Mountain TABLETS
was an English girl, of about your ing a little snooping, verses to our points we note that:
ag-naaigpesnIh a Men Received or Rejected Our Most Dangerous Sportage-an amazing person. She was"In spite of being a British agent, Jesus. a firing squad in Berlin six Anna Boland was Amber's ideal. It has always been so. Men, then The most dangerous sport in
months ago." An w, clever-and a aA
Stionn. ws ehad tfu no. Vos n e h r y s P aid N ew Yo r, a u f as t o r-a ne __ _ __ _ __ _ __
"Do I resemble her?" witch. She was quite in the tradi as Him. ther or to mt.iVa ioeng run te, RE
Mr. Lanning laughed, sharply.
"My dear girl, you are Anna Bo- was no trick in the bag she hesitated far different from that of the first
lndtr It is the most amazing re-allnonrsledumakingdthisrmile-and-a-ha semblance I have ever an gw r- to use. To her, love was a weapon the outside. Almost breath-taking run with its 26 abrupt turns in 100
"Is that why Pierre threwn" or a tool. Men lost their heads have been the developments of mod- seconds, says Collier's.
oIsrtat? whIire he over her. Amber, in this assign- ern science, but these have not So spills may be reported at
4 ment, tore a page from Anna Bo- changed the heart of man. He still once, the passing of each sled is
"Yes-and for other strangely co- land's book. She used love as a announced successively from sevIncidental reasons. Do you recall ,fasadhtsadfgt n is
incdetalresos. o ou eclltool. At least, she tried. His attitude toward Christ is on- en telephone stations set along the
the night in the rain in Elleryton cus;adeeypro
when you met Steve Duncan?" "I instructed her to worm her way changed. There are still only two making
"Yes." into Steve's confidence, and, of classes of people in the world-those the trip, including professionals, is
"What course, the surest way to worm who have received Christ and are first required to sign a waiver, re"Wht yu ay ot ecll asYour way into a man's confidence is saved, and those who have rejected linquishing his right to sue for
that, while you were talking to Steve to make him believe that you've fall- Him and are lost, damages in case of accident. Buy War Savings Bonds
beside that telephone pole, a sedan en in love with him." 1.MenAreAgainstChrist.
-a pale green sedan-came along. "She did it very well," Zone mur- How do men show their rejection of
Do you recall that?"
* "Yes." His bith by:
"I was in that sedan. So was Hsbrh y
Pi rre. nt s edan So was "She was always jealous of you. a. Fear. Herod was afraid lesttoeh
er. As we passed, ou tl nke the com ing of this One should result D unca
er. A we assed Stee Dunan .love ith ou."in the loss of his ill-gotten gains ~ ~ ~
pulled you behind the pole." "That's absurd," Zone said. His anger and fear made all Jeru'
"Whyr" said Zorie. "
"Why?" said Zone ~~Mr. Lanning shruggd "Pra S alem afraid- *~ ~A~
"Steve explained that to us very Io. Indifference. When the Wise
lucidly. He did some very quick that I cannot afford. I only know Men asked where Christ was to be
thikig. e ad ee yor maz tat Amber would not have qualified born, the priests and scribes knew
thinking. ,He had seen your amaz-r ing resemblance to Anna Boland. Mr. Planning paused for another as a secret agent She was too hu exactly where to find the facts in the
Then he recognized me in the sedan. drink, man." Holy Scriptures, but having done so,
He reasoned that, in spite of ourA
He eas ned tha, i spte f o r m nth. H sa s s e i to sm rt. "Or too wise," Zonie murmured, they relapsed into utter indifference.belief that Anna Boland was dead, They had no interest in the fulfill
your resemblance to her placed you etothprhcy
your reemblnceto hr pacedyoucious character. Full report later.' "partly lidded. He looked more cyni- eto.h rpey
in danger. He pulled you behind the c. Hatred. Herod poured out the
pole to protect you." think you would violence of his heart by killing the
"Migt yu orPiere hve hotvery, very funny, Mr. Lanning." do marvelously in this work because frtbr.H a h is fmn
"Might you or Pierre have shot frtbr.H a h is fmn
me-omehig lketha?"He started to smile, but when he your innocence is such an exceflent wh haerae gant h hrs
me-something like that?"
saw her expression he checked him- cloak for your cleverness." i uieagrQ~~i ~'
'"I would call that a very remote i uieagr
"Iwudcl htavr eoeself. "I'm afraid I'm too human, too," d. Sorrow. The tears of the mioth- I
possibility," Mr. Lanning answered.
posibiit," r.Laninganwerd. "It is so curious, isn't it? Steve Zonie said. "Besides I could never ers of Jerusalem but foreshadowed"In spite of his lazy way, Steve
Duncan thinks with great rapidity. told US about Mrs. Folsome's tea in- work with you. You're too suspi- the weeping and wailing which charDunanthikswit geatraidiy;vitations. It should have convinced cious, too obstinate-" actenizes Chris t-rej ection both in
He was simply taking no chances."
He ws smpl taing o cancs.'Pierre, but he is so stubborn! Ad "In this work, my dear girl, suspi-tm aneeriy .
"nof course," Zorie said,
"That made yoursecons aid Amber was almost equally stubborn. cin is-" 2. Men Are For Christ
"Tht adeyo sspiios.Incidentally, that 'full report' had "Ahi, yes, I know! The one firm Thanks be to God, there were
"At least it made us very curious.
"Atleat i mae u vey criosnot come when we left Honolulu." foundation! But I've listened to you those in that day who were for .
But we did not see you well enough
that night to notice your remark Zone
able resemblance to Anna Boland. You're what we call, back in Ellery- Him today, they showed:
It was later, when we saw you questions. His solicitude for her to, a conclusion-jumper. I've sus- a. Spirituality. Men have marthe ship, that we pieced things to-peed this for some time, Mr. Lan veled that the Magi knew of the V
gether. In Elleryton, we merely It was, perhaps, a natural instinct; ing. Now I'm sure. Suspicion is birth of Christ. They must have M
thogh that you andt Stever were be-t
thogh tatYou and Steve were beluiwatdeeiha ht e no longer your slave-it's your mas- studied the prophecies of the Word. . .
Ing extremely furtive." was a little drunk, therefore gar- ter!" and been responsive to the teach"But there were other suspicious rulous. But it was not just that. Winthrop Lanning st i g and moving of the Holy Spirit.
circumstances. One was your pos- she reflected, it was his chair. He was suddenly wary. "Just Can we say as much for ourselves?
session of a certain engineering pa- vanity. He was bored. He wanted wa ant rel, t shme the STAFF SERGEANT JOHN SCHUSTER, infantryman from
per on the retooling of the Waffen- to talk. And he was an exhibitionist.
farkKuppatfor increased Recalling the night she had "I'll give you a perfect example," priests of Israel by their persistent Stelton, New Jersey
fabrik Krupp plant Zoriceae
war production. It was the sort of slapped Amber's face, Zone said, le quickly answered. "You hon- interest in this great thing which
document Anna Boland might have "Amber hated me." estly believed that what Paul Dun- had come to pass.
had. Another item was your steno- "On the contrary, Miss Corey, she can said on the lanai tonight was c. Love. They brought themselves men I dove for the nearest hedgerow in a Normandy field on the
graphic notebook." ,admired you very much!" the truth!" In worship and they brought rich road to St. Lo. Time low-flying planes dumped their bombs along
She wondered why he was going "On the assumption that I was "It was the truth!" gifts from their treasures. You can the road. Only one missed, and that one hit near me. I was badly-;
to all this bother. He didn't have Ana Boland?" "It was a malicious lie! But you give without loving, but you cannot wounded by the shell fragments end the next thing I kngiiw
to explain anything to her. Certainly "She was never quite sure about leaped at it because you were so love without giving, in an evacuation hospital and an Army nurse was giving me
he expected to learn nothing of im- that. You see, Amber was not a se- willing to be suspicious! if you d. Action. They came. They per- blood plasma. If it hadn't been for that I'd have been a goner.
portance from her. Back of his air cret agent, Miss Corey. She was hadn't become the slave of suspi- sisted until they found the Christ. I'm an old hand at plasma for I've had it twenty times. Now
of solicitude was a quality that puz- merely a girl of strong enthusiasm cion, you would not have believed Then they listened to God and pro- there giving me whole-blood transfusions. There wereArmy zled her. Why, she asked herself, who sincerely believed in our cause it!" tested His Son by not returning to
was Mr. Laning being so out: She asked repeatedly to be given a "My dear Miss Corey," he an- Herod.
spoken? chance to help. She lived on Mar- swered with his most urbane smile. II. God Protected and Prepared they'd spend their off-duty time with us wounded men, helping;
Mr. Lanning paused. He took an- tinique and when the island went "I am not a fool. Perhaps I am Jesus.
other drink. Vichy, she was one of our most always suspicious, but I am always PiThe ruin which sin had brought fighting for. We need all the nurses we can get. If you can, joi
"You realize, of course, that Pi- loyal supporters. She was capable," clever, too. Sometimes I am al- into the world could only be met by the Army Nurse Corps."
erre killed Amber by mistake. When Mr. Planning said thoughtfully, "but most psychic. Steve has been Ciev redemption which Christ had come your fiance made that unfortunate a trifle too enthusiastic-too inclined er- altogether too clever. He has to bring. Some men had already ALL Women Can Help!
disclosure on the lanai, I knew that to take matters into her own hands, had me fooled a great deal of the shown their hatred for Jesus and If you are untrained.- take a home nursing or nurse aide cours&
Pierre would go berserk. It has She had the ardor of the amateur, time. He almost had me fooled to- their rejection of Him. But God still taken all my persuasiveness, all my She hated to take orders." night." ruled, and for the sake of those who If you are a senior cadet nurse serve your final six months in
ingenuity, to keep him in hand so "Wasn't Pierre under your or- an Army hospital.
far. All along, he has been very ders, too?" Zone interrupted. Him in all the cn u siceHe
suspicious. of Steve-and certain that "In a lesser sense. him, "that Paul did not know what kept the hil ures s rom he may mea teifferene etwen lie Ad death tor w ou
you were Anna Boland. If he kills lived mostly in the United States, he was talking about?" find Him:
Steve, he should be here at any mO- although the past two years he has Why did he say it?" 1. Protecting Jesus. Men may men. Visit or write your local Red Cross chapter for full informal.
ment. When he finds that you are been in and Out Of Europe frequent- "He and I happened to overhear hate and seek to destroy God's Son. tion and application blank. Or communicate with the Surgeon
still alive, he is apt to be quite upset. ly. In certain kinds of work, he is your conversation behind the hedge Satan may inspire them with ingen General, U. S. Army, Washington 25, D. C. "You see, Anna Boland was some- indispensable. His vanity makes with Steve and Pierre-your plans uity and cunning. But see how the
thing of a legend. Every time she him hard to work with." for tonight. Paul said what he did Eternal One spoke to Joseph in NURSES ARE NEEDED NOW!
was killed, she popped up some- "He is a brute," Zode said with merely to upset Steve's plan-by de- dreams, how He prepared a place
where a little later-more alive than feeling. "He is a beast." straying your trust in him." of refuge in Egypt and ultimately
ever. Pierre has already killed you "Yes. And he is sometimes diffi- Mr. Planning was staring at her in Nazareth, where the boy Jesus twice-once by drowning, once by cult to handle. His two attempts at curiously. "This is most interest- might increase in wisdom and stat Please send me information an how I Am a ristered nuse . rJ
strangling. He is a very supersti- killing you were typical of Pierre. ing, Miss Corey, but I think you are ore and favor with God and man, to help the U. S. Army Nurse Corps lame senor cadet nurse .9
tious man. His face, if he comes He tried to drown you because, if being a little too clever yourself. 2. Preparing Jesus. God knew of to care for our tended soldiers. amuntraindbutwantolearn [
into this room, will be very interest- You actually were Anna Boland,
ing to watch." Yu inewsvr ovnig h aso ulcmnsr hc
la t wtc."you were an extremely dangerous He accomplished his Purpose nicely, were ahead, and above all, of that "With you," Zore said, "insisting enemy agent-to be liquidated. His But my psychic sense tels me that day when on Golgotha's hill Christ that I am not Anna Boland, and with mistaken attempt at killing you to- your fiance was telling substantially was, in His own body, to prepare Pierre insisting that I am-why night was similarly motivated. As the truth." salvation for you and for me. God City
din' ouchc uCold' yuhe saw it, our work was done-the "Why?" Zonie demanded. "Be. is never taken by surprise. He Fill out this coupon and send it to the Surge General. U. S. Army, Washingm ton2, ~
didn't you check up? Couldn't you .,,otoyuloaReCrsRcuienCmite
somehow have radioed Berlin and jig was up. We'd all clear out
cnimdAnBoadsdahI'eimmediately. And You are still, to cause it was a very dangerous Mo. moves forward to the completion of PC. tyu oa e rs erimn omte
confirmed Anna Boland's death? I've His plan with the stately tread of
lived in Elleryton all my life. It him, Anna Boland-a dangerous enwould have been so easy emy to be eliminated." suspicious You weren't being clever eternity.
or psychic! You were playing safely He took Jesus to Egypt. He .
Mr. Lanning jumped up. "But, my "How do you plan to clear out-in My candid opinion is that you picked brought Him again to Nazareth. In
dear girl, that is the most amazing Japanese submarine?" that moment to lose your nerve!" it all He was preparing, His Son
part of all. The day before Pierre He smiled and shrugged. "Per- t Lanning sank back i for the days of ministry which were
tried to drown Winhrphed.Aletiswenitflfllenwo
tre odonyou, we sent two haps. There are so many ways." his chair. He was smiling mystery. aha l hswsi uflmn f U 4 RNURSE CORPS
radiograms, one which reached Ber. "With this island so well guard- ously. prophecy (see vv. 15, 17). God's
liu, in round-about ways, the at ed?" bri e Word is always sure.


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OFFICE F PUBLCATIONJohn, H. Shuman, No. 26. Dec. 15-22-29-Jan. 5.,rt o hn
News Building Dogwood Street master of ceremonies for the occa- FOR SALE-22 head cattle, mostly Solicitor for Complainant. Write or Phone
sion. H. H. Stockfeld, president of young; sone soon to freshen; also No. 27-Jan. 5-12-19-26, Feb. 2. NOTICE PROFESSIONAL
SUBSCRIPTION RATES the Selevision Corporation will per- some good grade milk cows. Can __INSURANCECORPORATION
One Year---------------$2.00 sonally direct operations, assisted by be seen at farm south of Aucilla. NOTICE OF APPLICATION Sealed bids will be received at the ISRANCE CORPORATION
Se Y .Month ----------- o technicians of the American Tele- Mrs. Geo. T. Bishop itp FOR DISCHARGE City Hall until 5:00 o'clock P. M. on
SixMonths__ --_------_1.0 phone & Telegraph, and Peninsular January 2, 1945 on lot described as P. O. Box 132 Phone 1961
Telephone companies, systems over in County Judge's Court, Jefferson "Part of the SE of NE%4, Section Tallahassee, Florida
which the service will operate. Subscribe to County, Florida. 30, T2N, R5E, Deed Book ZZ, page
Monticelloll KaEstate of William Bailey, deceased. 426," said lot measuring 80/ feet NAME .
By Russell Kay The Monticello News TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: East & West, 200 feet North & South,
Waukeenah Notice is hereby given that I have known as the Lindsey Lot, East End.
"Selevision comes to Florida thi filed my final report as Administra- The Town Council reserves the ADDRESS.
week and growers and shippers of NOTICE OF GENERAL ELECTION trix of the estate of William Bailey right to reject any and all bids.
Florida fruit and vegetables will be Schools reopened Tuesday, Janu- deceased; that I have filed my Peti- No. 28-Dec. 29 Jan. 5
given an opportunity to witness a ary second, with full attendance In accordance with resolutions of the tion for final discharge, and that I
Town Council passed December 5iti will applytoheHnrbeT ma
demonstration of new and startling present. 19044 instictig me to call th wil to the Honorable Thomas
method of national marketing that pal Election for the Town Officers for B. Bird, County Judge of Jefferson
Methodfstiohurckeinstatw 1945, I hereby call said election to be County, Florida at his office in the authorities predict will revolutionize The Methodist church has new held on the 8th day of January 1945, Court House at Monticello Florida, the sale of farm produce. brick steps, which is a great im- the sae being the 2nd Monday. o
The registration book is herebyv or- i on the 30th day of January, A. D. T V Y I1T fC
By means of "Selevision" all the improvement. derd opened by the Town Clerk in 'her 1945 for approval of same and for BEFORE KILLING YOUR HOGS
great markets of the nation are tied office on the t daf tiecn> erdA. final discharge as Administratrix of
gra mret f h ato aetid-D. 1944 and kept open unti thea dithrg asdayitrtxo
in and compete with each other as Several people from this communi- of January A. D. 1945, both days in- the estate of William Bailey, deceasbuyers of the products offered. In- ty attended the inauguration of Gov- eluiolel officers are to be rot- D The following Dateder this 27th.c daUosec
stead of selling by auction in indivi- ernor Caldwell in Tallahassee Tues- d for. Mayor, Town Clerk and oTreas- be A. D.14 *
dualmarkts s ha heetofre een ay.urer, Town iMarshal and Tax collector, her, A. D. 1944.
dual markets as has heretofore been day. TxAssessor to serve for one year, MAYE H. BAILEY
the practice all markets participate -three members of the Town council Amnsrtiofhesaeofto make arrangements for curing.
ithe prlebiddigagainstactie ate ad who shall hold office for two years ,and Administratrix of the estate of
in the sale bidding against each other Rev, and Mrs. J. A. Boyd are do- three members of the Democratic ex- William Bailey, deceased.
on a national scale. ing a lot of work in the parsonage ecutive Committee who shall hold office No. 29-Dec. 29 Jan. 5-12-19
Perhaps before we go any further, by way of painting and new furnish- The following named Inspectors and Duetolackofspaeourcoldstorag
Clerk are hereby appointed to hold orDu tolc ofs a e ur odso ag
it might be well to briefly explain ings. conduct said election: Mrs. T. B. Me '.'.'e- o
what this amazing system is and how -Donald, Mrs. John Cook. C. L, Jones.
it works. Vision if you can fmit or James Anderson spent the Christ- nosnectors, and T. Bis often filled to capacity
vegetable auction rooms in the fol- mas holidays with his wife and his Mayor. H A R R E L
lowing cities, Boston, New York, mother, Mrs. G. I. Royal. A patient No. 24 Dec 9-15-22-29 Jan 5 Buffalo, Philadelphia, Chicago, Cleve- at Finney General Hospital where he NOTICE TRANSFER & STORAGE Ie sure to make arrangements
land, Pittsburgh and Detroit. has been treated for wounds re- Inthe Circuit Court of the Second Local and Long Distance
Imagine all of these great metro- ceived in the European theatre of Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and oWe operate in Fla, Ga, Alaby
politan markets with their respective war, he expects to be transferred to for Jefferson County. In Chancery. S. C., Tenn., and Miss. before you kill your hogs buyers gathered at one central point another hospital for further surgi-' Walter Culpepper, Complainant, Modern Equipment
prepared to bid on offerings of choice cal help. VS. DIVORCE MoenEupent
Florida fruit or vegetables. Not op- Willie Culpepper, Defendant, Every Load Insure
independently as local auc- Miss Florene Jones, rural deacon- To Wi1le Culpepper, whse residence Ee P c s CITY ICE & FUEL COMPANY
tions but functioning as a great uni- ness for the Tallahassee district, as- is unknown: Resiec lo!29
tios b ntion ig mare or gautio unisd rYou are hereby required to person- J New Warehouse 633 W. Gaines I fied National market or auction suited Mrs. J. A. Boyd in entertain- lyapa eoeteaoeette alhseFa
room. mny the young children at four ally appear before the above entitled Tallahassee, Fla.
rom iyth oug chlrn a forCourt in the Court House at Monti- N. - -"Selevision" accomplishes just that, o'clock and the founy people at
for all these cities, and as many more night, Thursday. Games were playas may be desired are linked by ed and refreshments of cakes, cocoa means of a direct wire service. Fruit and assorted home-made candies 7''-or produce offered for sale is certified were served.
as to quality by U. S. Government
certificates covering each lot. A very profitable service of the
'Now suppose we have for sale at four churches of Waukeenah charge

auction a car lot of Capidome brand met at the Lamont church Snndaf oranges, loaded, certified and ready Fred Mickler of Madison gave
to roll from Winter Haven, Florida. splendid talk on lay activities. Miss From the "Selevision" sales room in Jones met with the W. S. CE S Winter Haven, a trained operator ladies in the evening and gave some seated at a novel machine flashes a splendid suggestions for the coming description of the lot offered and this season's vacation Bible school in dr
description appears instantaneously Waukeenah. O
on a "Selevision" screen in each of gg SOU Frontgef
the respective markets. -lerg Ask dTooRe Indu tacrns
Now we are ready for the bids. foAs kedrk Over the "Selevision" machine is a Ae large screen on which a description I0t migh hee
of the lot offered appears just as it Pelecoroentsl empre
does in all auction rooms simultan- Par a lspie that any pob portinitY .
eously. New York bids $4. An auto- a608 yCg nO pOr
matic electric clock starts ticking Clergymen of all faiths are 'challeSe and a ore r arPan of the so
away the seconds, with 10 seconds being asked to join in nationwide \iu e f f e to havle reallowed for bids between each quota- appeals to their congregations on Board,
tion. Someone in Cleveland wants behalf of the March of Dimes in rT O ct Ecol
that lot and from that point the the fight against infantile paraly- OgZed t a e f t issue of Enom
"Selevision" operator flashes a new sis, Julius Goldberg, campaign di- gte in a e
bid of $4.20. The new bid causes the rector of the 1945 March of Dimes 3/1ECUgy oa e this se o
clock hand to swing back to zero Appeal for Jefferson County, said CA he inar S d social
and again begin ticking off the see- today. 0 an era of a the world.NSonds. Boston then bids $5. This The Crippler knows no creed or mg ovingi l astota IS
Is iy'shathatI
new bid is immediately registered at color," he said. The National development see ion has alway bl soul
the Winter Haven sales room and in Foundation for Infantile Paralysis elar ng n a favor
all of the competing auction rooms provides the pest of medical care yesources ac
in the various cities. Biding contin- and treatment for every victim of gre t with the War, sq antial
ues until a total of 10 seconds has infantile paralysis-refardless of i hs OW as
elapsed without further bid. When age, race, creed or color. .We are industrial l0noWii d sustan sum

wih h nm o ara atviy hl i rege mautrIa re o nlcp a n
this happens a bell rings and the urging all priests, ministers and aions Of regn Triatl .
word "SOLD" is flashed on the "Sel- rabbis to bring this great humani- tc isg this trum ."People,
evision" screens, with the name of tarian activity, held in celebration through it o combination. o 9 S.C
city making the highest bid and quot- of the President's Birthday, to the been an unbeatable com t S o m9p that.
ing the sale price. attention of their congregations "who tal abou the or 1929teS
It will be apparent that by making during the March of Dimes, Janu- e e South o
it possible to sell each carload of ary 14 to 31." a facts the
produce in a national auction and ply do no no f afoebefore shipment, "Selevision" at one NOTICE listing as ofoommrcil feet FLA.
stroke provides the" machinery to ___00,00acres has35_illionfe
send each carload from point of ori- We have found that someone has te th large reWehv oudta omoehsonl which h ot a only agrgin direct to the place where it is been cutting a good many Camellia ard OOd 1th 0 foresees Ire

ith fromed autoatianl asmit on ofd come BUlinYee
nost needed, automatically eliminat- Flowers in our Park Grounds across oelso n
ing local gluts and shortages, unnec- from the Office. We are glad to have serve in cOu rdy established inds Be
essary haulage, tying up of railway folks come in and look at the flowers the expansion Of induayies.hardd the
cars with attendant delays and con- andeplantsnhowever wencannotics gestion. them to be pulled or cut, and will ask ,micals, ray0n' SO aJ
For the consumer it means fresher, that thia practice be stopped, items, c is one at ot
riper, Detter proauce without waste rsing Out of this one n f you are interested in industrial plant sites or
or delay, for the grower efficiency MONTICELLO NURSERY CO. * distribution facilities in the Southeast, we shall
in merchandizing with the national 'thi diset0riabuldton recommtend stbe oationeshOur

exrsssthe belief wha tin th of
market at their fingertips. Subscribe to sli expresses ext generation the Southe In be glad to recommend suitable locations. Our

The first actual working demon- Theie henx gl will bring the Eaw.vr research staff is also available for comprehen-,
stration of "Selevision" will be mad The Monticello News ad capital Port sive studies with respect to industrial possibilisection into the viguar c tality NVI T. prompt and confidential attention. J. M. Fields,
progress, while its fresco te shaping of sta Assistant Vice-President, Wilmington, N. C.

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1o, Florida, on Monday the 5th day of
I'ebruary, A. D. 1945, to answer the
Bill of Complaint for a divorce exhibited against you therein and the
Monticello News, a newspaper published in Monticello, Jefferson County, Florida is hereby designated as
the newspaper in which this ordfr
shall be published regularly once eac
Miss Bessie Henderson is visiting Roy'Hutchinson of Tallahassee was week for four consecutive weeks.
Witness, E. C. Love and V
relatives in Winter Haven. a business visitor here on Wednesday. May Walker JudgL aswa1
Clyde H. Sauls, Clerk of sal I
Miss Annie Bond of Lloyd spent Miss Evelyn Blair spent a few days Court and the seal of sa I
Wednesday in Monticello, 'last week in Tallahassee as the guest Court at Monticello, Florida,
-- of Miss Marthine Vance. ~this 1st day of January, A. D.
Miss Josephin Pe o t1945. sephine Pate of Atlanta, (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
was the recent guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Dilworth Clarke of CLYDE H. SAULS
Mr. and Mrs. Joe W. Pate. Jacksonville spent last week end and k'4 Clerk of Circuit Court for
New Year's Day here with the for- Jefferson County, Florida.
Mrs. T. T. Lee is spending several mer's parents, Senator and Mrs. S. D. John H. Human,
sa Solicitor for omplainant.
days in Tallahassee visiting her hus-. Clarke. -Jan 5 12, 19, 26, Feb. 2.
band's parents. 29
MissLt. (j.g.) and Mrs. Tom Mills BrasMisses Mary Lou Edwards of Tal- well announce the birth of a son, Tom
LaFayette, La., and Mrs. A. Rich, of Mills, Jr.; on Tuesday, January 2, in Nine swell reasons to aive to the March of Dimes. 4These youngsters walking out of Miami's N
Foley, Alabama, were recent visitors Archbold Memorial Hospital, Thom- Jackson Memorial Hospital, won their battle over infantile paralysis last year, thanks to dollars and
in Monticello. asville, Ga. dimes given to the Fund-Raising Appeals of The National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis. The
_---- I March of Dimes this year occurs January 14-31,- 0 REAL ESTATE
Mr. and Mrs. James Cooksey had Mrs. J. R Murdock, Jr. and Miss
as week end guests the latter's sister, Jane Young left Monday for their
Mrs. H. B. Peebles and Mrs. George home in Augusta, Ga., after spending VISITORS ARE HONOREES AT Mrs. H. S. Stalvey and the late H. S. packages from the Christmas tree a house, or some land 0
Bradshaw of Ocala. the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. DINNER PARTY THURSDAY Stalvey of Valdosta. Sgt. Hamilton which contained potato chips, olives see
Murdock, Sr. is the son of Mrs. Christina Hamilton and cookies. These were served with
Miss Eva Bellinger of Tallahassee Mrs. J. R. Murdock, Jr., and Miss of Monticello. Coca-Colas, which were enclosed in T. J. MARTIN
spent Monday and Tuesday here as Mrs. Alvin E. Montgomery who has Jane Young, of Agusta, Ga., were After a week's visit with rela- matching colors and represented REAL ESTATE BROKER
guest of her niece, Mrs. W. C. Sim- been visiting her husband SK 1/c honorees at a delightful dinner party tives the couple will leave for Den- poinsettias. A
mons. Montgomery in Philadelphia Pa and given by Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Murdock, ver, Colorado, where Sgt. Hamilton is Mrs. Murdock was assisted by Mrs. Monticello Florida
Norfolk, Va., for several Sr., at the Dixie Hotel, Thursday stationed. F. A. Mahan in entertaining the
NrokVafrsvrlweeks, re- ~'._____________ guests.
Mrs. Lawrence Crampton of Tung- turned home Tuesday night. evening. gut
ston Plantation and Mrs. Maye Bailey In addition to the two honorees the T.E.L. CLASS MEETING HELD
attended the inaugural ceremonies in Mrs. J. R. Murdock, Jr., and Miss guests were Mr. and Mrs. F. A. AT HOME OF MRS. JIM COOK
Tallahassee, Tuesday. Jane Young of Augusta, Ga., Mrs J Mahan, Mrs. Frank Conklin, Jr., and
nR. Murdock, Sr., Mrs. Craig Sheldon Mrs. George Wigginton. Mrs. Jim Cook was hostess to the KfTHEAIfE
Professor and Mrs. Byron Hileman and Mrs. Satterwhite were delight- T.E.L. Class of the First Baptist r K or Brnh, Iiai e S
and son, Byron, Jr., have returned l entertained at a dinner and NAVY MAN PURCHASES Church last Friday afternoon at her 1THEAR E B*ci Due ToColds
from Leesburg where they spent the theatre party in Tallahassee, Satur- LINDSEY LOT FOR HOME home in East End. The house was monTIEETE oere's good news for the people
day evening, by Mrs. Frank Conklin, beautifully decorated with flowers cough medicine is now being made
beutful and sold right here, and If you
Jiy. Site for a post-war home awaits a and Christmas greenery. There were Sunday & Monday--Jan. 7-8 bave any doubt about what to take
Cadet Billy Williams left Wednes- Monticello sailor, for the Town of fourteen members present. by this winter for the common cough
Monticello sold the Lindsey Lot in The deoinlwsgvnbrMs r~ ~ i~ieonckile' CriaNtioL ixtr e.
day for Gainesville, Ga., where he will Senator and Mrs. S. D. Clarke and MonticelosolditaaThe devotional was given by Mrs. Bride by Mistake of Bcl' oO M
resume his work at Riverside Military Mayor and Mrs. Richard H. Simp- East End to Curtis Waldo Harris, U. E. V. Milton, Sr., who took as her Alan Marshal, Laraine Day Offuerewntfrob adisapoin ed-It
Academy son attended the inaugural cre- S. Navy, when bids on the lot were subject, "Service to Others." Most LATEST WAR NEWS SHORTS ever used-one little sip and you
son opened here Monday evening. gratifying were reports of the year's lt Insdtadnt a ion. Only 45e at
Dr. and Mrs. F. A. Brink were min later were guests at a luncheon giv- W. Harris entered the bid for work given by Mrs. B. J. Hamrick. Tuesday & Wednesday-Jan. 9-10
Tallahassee, Tuesday, attending the en by Payne Midyette and Wilson son, who is somewhere in the The following officers were elected SIMMONS CITY DRUG STORE
inauguration of Governor Millard Carroll of Leon county for members Pacific. The lot, 80x200 feet, is on for the coming year: president, Mrs. lock Busters HEAD'S CASH DRUG STORE
Caldwell. of the legislature and their wives. Pearl Street in East End, and sold E. V. Milton, Sr.; 1st vice-president, with The East Side Kids cut loose!
for $360.00. Mrs. Jim Cook; 2nd vice president, CartoonBailey Brinson who is in training Mrs. John Cureton entertained Mrs. H. S. Watson; secretary and "WRECK OF THE HESPERUS" LIVE STOCK AUCTION SALE
with the Air Corps in Seymour, Ala., members of her card club and other JOHNNIE FOSTER CELEBRATES treasurer, Mrs. B. J. Hamrick. Novelty-- BRING YOUR HOGS
is visiting his parents, Dr. and Mrs. guests Saturday evening in her home. NINTH BIRTHDAY FRIDAY, After the business session adjourn- "KINGDOM OF TREASURE"
J. B. Brinson. The living room was attractively dero- ed, Mrs. Coqk gave a tea for the
rated with low arrangements of white Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Foster enter- members of the class, the teachers of Thursday & Friday-Jan 11-12 AND CATTLE TO
William Bailey has returned from whie tained with a picnic supper last Fri- the Sunday School, members of the *sb
Florence, S. C., where he spent the camels Mand apotd pan. d rsday afternoon honoring their daugh- Dorcas Class and a few invited Ilvisible M ans MONTICELLO STOCK YARD
holidays with his aunt, Mrs. George score prize and Mrs. Emerson Ridge- ter, Johnnie, on her ninth birthday. guests. H. Palmer and Mr. Palmer. way received second prize. The host- The party motored to a woodland.
ess served a delicious salad course. near Monticello where games were CHRISTMAS PARTY FOR with Jon Hall, Alan Curtis, highest market prices. Sale
Dr. and Mrs. Clifford Gay and played and later hamburgers and SERVICE WIVES IS GIVEN Evelyn Ankers starts 2 p. in. Monticello Stock
small daughter, Patricia, of Jackson- Lieut. and Mrs. Pat Millinor and other picnic food were served. NEWS EVENTS Selected Shorts Yards. J. M. Hawkins, Mgr.
ville, were week-end guests of Mr. small daughter, Francine, of Madison Those invited to be with Johnnie[ Mrs. J. R. Murdock, Sr., entertainand Mrs. Hansel Glover. are visiting Mrs. Milliner's parents, at this delightful outdoor celebration ed with a lovely Christmas party at Saturday Only-Jan. 13
were: Mary Gail Noegel, Carolyn and her home Friday night, honoring her
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford McElvey of ra Mrs tu D. re enMay r LieutM- Barbara Ray, Barbara Morris and daughter-in-law, Mrs. J. R. Murdock, Marked Trails
Winter Haven stopped here last week ern Alaska where he is stationed with Miriam Miller. Jr., and Miss Jane Young, of Lake- A roundup of roaring action, with QUICK RELIEF FROM
for a short visit with friends en route the transportation corps and will mont, Augusta, Ga., who were her Bob Stele and Hoot Gibson Symptoms of Distress Arising from
home from Pelham, Ga. spend a 30 day leave here with his HAMILTON-STALVEY house-guests for the holidays. CARTOON SERIAL
family and in Madison with his moth- The guests were all young matrons STOMACH ULCERS
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dukes announce er and other relatives. Miss Dorothy Stalvey of Valdosta, whose husbands are in the service. InJudicial rcuit ofrFlri i d DUE TO EXCESS ACID
the birth of a daughter, Nancy Avis and Staff Serfeant Homard B. Ham- Several games were played, pertain- for Jefferson County. In Chancery. FE BookTellsofH eTA
on December 20, 1944, at Archbold Among those from Zmonticello at- ilton, of Monticello were married in ing to imaginary travels which took Viola M. Smith, M HelporitWill osteau that
Memorial Hospital. tending the inauguration of Governor a quiet ceremony here Nev Year's them to all parts of the world where Complainant, Overtwo million bottles ofthe WILLAR
Day. The ceremony was performed their husbandS are stationed, finally vs. DIVORCE. TEATMENTliave beensoldfor reiefoR
Millard F. Caldwell in Tallahassee on TRmATMEN of v distess arsng fr Stomach
Mrs. F. H. Ward, Charles and Car- Tuesday, January 2, were Mrs. Clyde at the home of the groom's mother sending them a cablegram composed Jimmie Smith, symptomsofditressarisingfromStomach
olyn Ward and Mrs. Pasco Parker of in the presence of relatives and a few of words taken consecutively from Defendant, and Duodenal Ulcers due to Excess Acidoln ar ad rs Psc Prkr fSauls, Mr, and Mrs. Alfred Foster cls redtewrs"hita oias' TO JIMMIE SMITH WHOSE RESI- Poor Digestion. Sour or Upset Stomach,
an r.Ji obit r'DENCE IS UNKNOWN. duneto ExcessAcid. Sold on 15 days' triall
Bainbridge, were the week-end guests and Mr'. and Mrs. Jim Bobbitt, Dr. Thoe fRev.sE. L atrfCrs the final "Chismase holiday. d DENCE are heebNKNOWN tprsn Gassiness, Heartburn, Sleeplessness, etc.,
of the former's sister, Mrs. E. V. and Mrs. N. W. McLeod of A The Rev. E L. Baxter of Christ The final game when completed, You are hereby required to person- Ask for "Willard's Mssage which fully
Milton, Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Preston Bird of Episcopal Chtirch officiated, spelled cut the words "ereshments ally appear before the above entitled exPlains this treatment-free--at
Drifton. Mrs. Hamilton is the daughter of are ready" and the guests were given court in the Court House at Monticel- B. W. Johnson & Son Drug Store
Miss Sallie Puleston is spending
several days on a visit in Orlando Mrs. F. A. Brink, director of Diswhere she is visiting her sister, Miss strict II of the Florida Federation of
Cornelia Puleston, and in Sanford, Garden Clubs, was guest Speaker at
where she is visiting other relatives, the Perry Garden Club on Thursday.

Mr. .Heryad erdugteThe nieeting was held at the home So glad you're back Have a Coca-Cola
Mrs. J. M. Henry and her daughter, of the president, Mrs. W. T. Pace,
Mrs. W. E. Bippus, and two children, which was graced with Christmas
returned Sunday from Wheeling, W. decorations. This was the first visit
Va., where they have been visiting Mrs. Brink had made to this club
relatvessince its reorganization in November.

Mrs. N. B. Carmichael is attending Mr. M. i s
sprng mae in Atlta, a.ngto, F their guests during the holidays their
thfre s daughter-in-law, wMrs. L e Bilnski
Thei meetin was helduththehom

and children, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. GibMrs. C. C. Covington. son, of Gainesville; their son-in-law adduheCifCretr ae
Mrs. L. G. Morris was a visitor in and Mrs. Harlan W. Curtis of JackTallahassee, Wednesday, accompanyhi s is t
iMrs Brin hadher made toathsaclu

e30 day leave, having recently returnMorris, who returned to Florida State
C., form a visi withhs herr daughtern

College after the Christmas holidaysthe ut i

Dr. Ezda Dviney of Tallahassee eo BIN
was a week end guest of Dr. and Mrs.
F. A. Brink. Dr. Deviney is head of
the Zoology Department at Florida givee ats th luheon Tuesday
Stat ColegfoWoen.sovn of Gaiesvlle; heire on-in-ldaw

Stat Colege or Wmen.January 9 at one o'clock. Mrs. E.

Miss Evelyn Bird returned to Jack Rivers of Tallahassee, director of
sonville Wednesday after a visit of
several days with relatives here. M issAMariann
Bird is recreational director for the
Red Cross at the Jacksonville Naval METHODIST SOCiCTY TO MEET
anThe Womans Society for Christian
Service will hold its meeting at four

and Mrs. Sidney L. McCall, Jr., and o'clock Monday afternoon, January 8
young daughter, Jean, of Jacksonville at the Methodist Church. A full atformer residents of Monticello, spent tendance is urged at this first meetNew Year's Day here at the Dixie ing of the New Year. Mrs. offering the of
teAll who have borrowed vestments 0 M E! There's no place like it. And nobody knows it better than a fightMiss Marjorie McClellan, who has from the Methodist Church are re- man back on Ice-cold Coca-Cola is one of the comforts of home
been visiting her mother, Mrs. F. Mc- quested to return them to the church
Clellan during the holidays returned at once. The choir is in need of a everybody welcomes. That's why frosty bottles of Coke belong in your
Monday to Birmingham, Ala. Miss larger supply. home refrigerator. At the words Have a Coke, refreshment joins the party
McClellan is a cadet nurse at Highland Baptist Hospital. CHURCH OF CHRIST to make it gayer, brighter. The good old American custom of the pause that
Meets at Womans Club reMreshes is spreading in many lands around the glob,-a symbol of our
Mrs. Thomas B. Bird left Tuesday
fair New York City where she will Sunday Bible School 11 A. M. friendly home-ways. It's natural for popular names
visit her cousin, Mrs. Charles Stuart Evening Worship 7:30 P. M, to acquire friendly abbreviaand Mr. Stuart. She was accom- Thursday, Midweek Service 8 P. M. BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY tions. That's why you hear
paMied north by her daughter, Miss You are cordially invited to attend
Martha Ann, who will re-enter Dev- these services. MONTICELLO COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY Cc-oacle oe
ereaux School near Philadelphia, Pa. Dec. 15-29
Clellan uring0th4holidayCr-turne

The Monticello News. Monticello. Fla., Friday. January 5. 1945


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1FOGHINO I- FT Lok0 Play Sets for Brother and Sister

those dreadful N0 MATTER how grown-up we
all nigh look or are, we all remain kids
coughing spasmsat heart. Deep down the child in
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Why t people remains alive, even though
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rbl4 ~t~eV Come Into Limelight PitSinMeugray. That's the reason folks never
steam treatment? lose their taste for fairy tales.
Afe ohe toidy believe goodnes alwykeri
Justputagood to wartime we particularly want
spoonful of Vapo*nSu ra t eiv odns lasti
V abowl of boiling water Buttered Spinach Fried Pophtoes
ushin the vapors. w hta
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Crundeliefcomeswitheverybreath Rolls Jelly invariably slays
ASa, 1=4 as the soothing medicated
maPPeetrateintothecold-irritated the ogre and res
imha ue.Hwwne-*Recipe given. cues the Princess
tanchdial tubes. How woynder- eutfl
VWapoRub helps loosen phlegm, T B ail.
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hal-an. inviting the restful sleeIcing.
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p S la g ishoFols in peaks. Spread on cake.
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S ay i tutes, and these are guaranteed to
stewepor baked with very little ada gain frnA
disnalua. Ss so ay: sand and One EPattern No 8725 comes in sizes 1. a
to-a sweet in itself. Fruit desserts are *Ginger Pudding. yard Nihtf a5 tecni-maeral arbls
kind to low-oil-sugar budgets.(evs6 color fantasy of
1 cup hot coffee Corne Wilde old BagdPpd. Sn your o
Sugar-Shy Sweets 2 tablespoons shortening They've taken the
Aal dlamp story and are SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN DEPOT.
1 cup molasses giving it a sophisticated twist, with 530 South Wells St. Chicago
Have the holidays exhausted your 1 well-beaten egg Cornel Wilde playing Aladdin as a Enclose 25 cents in coing for each
supply of sugar and sweets? Today's 'A cup sugar crooner, the Frankie Boy of an ear- 873 pattern desired.
collection of reci- 2 cups flour &r age, Evelyn Keyes as a live- 1-8 Pattern No .1.Size .
pes is especially me teaspoon salt mad jinniyeh.
-IM CC~nATONmaesyo felplanned for the 1 teaspoon baking powder Fantasy de Luxe
WSPTNmaeyofellow sugar budget, I, teaspoon sodaAdrs.

dailabanh louiit
AAssthe dickens, brings on stomach 'for strange though Y2 teaspoon cinnamon Director Alfred E. Green assures JeknsiIdrs.;euet mny taste, gassyi discomfort, take it may seem, 14 teaspoon each cloves, nutmeg me that the picture will have all the IDEAL for any occasion, this _____________akLCudwells famous medicine to quickly there are many ginger fairy tale fixings-magic carpets, two-piece jerkin suit is tops
1vg0 trigger on la "inrteds", and
44 v~as feel bright and chipper again,.od hc a orcfe vrsotnn n giants, a subterranean river with with the teen-age crowd. The
iS.ClfWL'MS is the wonderful as=& be fixed with a minimum of sugar. stir until melted, crocodiles which change into lotus well-fitting jacket can becolr 6 i / /
Issaiacnasitsed in good old Syrup Pep- Try packaged mixes, dried fruits, Add molasses and flowers just in the nick o' time, less, if you like, and is smart too
Fodsrf inke it so-easy to take, candied fruits, and the sugar sub- mix thoroughly. harem beauties by the dozen, and with long or short sleeves. A iml
Me PAOotRS use pepsin preparations an under-water ballet that promises change of blouses gives you many
for secre thank ye mereis more
~isduros magrebe toe tae.dSoibe sure ting empty. There are many pack- Add sifted dr n to make the old Annette Kellermann attractive costumes.

gsada ma arei e ain e and itchin. So eond, n u se o is a edu i g t e is
amAZlOi oinm contained in Syrup Pepsin, aged fillings which will relieve sugar gredietits, mixunIBTUMDR.CALDWELL'S-the favorite from being used in pie and cake til smooth. Pour World war look like flotsam and jet- Pattern No. 8732 comes in sizes 11, 12,
aedpaimfor5years, andfeethatwole- Sam. 13,14, 16 and 18. Size 12, without sleeves,
suediiromcosstss.niod. terial; short sleeves, 3 yards.
iordu love wely and ve bldingror o Wr sfry
*:MOfmm Use olasdirected. Substitute as many of the fresh bake in moderate tales were popla ona thescren
fruits for dessert as possible, and if oven (35o0 deg.) As early as the turn of the century
are baked, sweeten with maple for 30 minutes. Spread with the Georges Meles, in France, disco- PLAY togs for boy or girl-little
or corn syrup. If your favorite following: ered that movies could show magic tots will love this practical set
Forc in a way the stage never could man- made in corduroy with bright flowsugaiereciuse ofal cup. They will be Orange Topping. age. er applique. Sister's dress has
n 1 cup sugar It wasn't long before America pert puffed sleeves-and she may
G~mai just as good, if a little less swee: 2 tablespoons grated orange rind showed feature length fairy talent have overalls just like brother's
ffurU&aJLI Marble Molasses Cake. 2 tablespoons orange juice and fantasies. One of the earliest Use pretty scraps for the applique.
1/ cup butter or substitute Mix all ingredients and sprinkle was Mary Pickford in "Cinderella." _______________3/4 cup sugar on top of pudding. Return to ove Owen Moore, Mary's husband at the
eggs beaten which has had heat turned off, f time, played the prince, and while Jolly Duck for Toy
Sthe"transformation" scenes were S2 cuapos seaken pour a crude beside those in "A Thousand HELEN Of TROY, WHOSE
2/ teaspoon sbakgl owe Orange Fig Whip. and One Nights," they made people ~HIS wheelbarrow is easy to FACE*LAUNCHED A THOUSAND
2/ cup milk (Serves 6) gasp when the pumpkin became a make from scraps of lumber.

I5mtadn you mustrte like thec way itysrg une noSIS WS EUIU
teaspoons allspice The wheel is cut out of wood and T
Th sl~r ro te orur o ~mpe3 tablespoons molasses 1 cup broken fig-filled cookies royal glad rags before their eyes. held in placeER witOabot.YoTT
1h cup orange sections Lavish in Old Days, Too may be able to salvage a metal
1. mans tan. thirty year. Here'. why: Have all ingredients at room tem- 3/2 cup broken nutmeats I a net elran n- welfo oedsaddty
orol, PAZO ointment soothes inflame turis Mau out flour, sugar,
pa innd icines harend: sat andabutte in b lo Be ar,2 Whip milk and fold in cookies. Adas time champion swimmer, who made The ducks are Cut out Of Plywood

WhhO oinmen CASH cte ORERfr2den atadbte nbw.Ba o
&~dai.h~sprevent cracking and minutes. Add eggs and milk and orange sections and nut meats then the biggest splash of that period in with a jig saw or by hand with a THIS moDEPN sofe, seing chill thoroughly Pile lightly into an elaborate fantasy called "Nepi ncludeSFAMOUS
faMinscal.Mand check bleeding. beat for another two minutes. Take
Fe~~arsreasto Pie. Pipe maeoint out one-third of batter and mix with sherbert glasses and serve. tune's Daughter" and another, "A CUT-OUTS FOR WALL$ OR LAWtJNT BEASSH muEilupl torough uo Daughter of the Gods." Annette ONA
~Ll ~o aou AZ onten, spoonfuls into greased loaf pan, al- bogtte n-ic ahn ui WPR.SET
ternating light and dark mixture. M--.'. to fame, and gals have never dis- PURE, SWET,
carded it since. These films were odaiS
Bake in a moderate oven for 1 hour. made on location in the Bahamas bNu-ATHE ONLY
Serve plain or frosted. and Cuba under Herbert Brenon. oMARGARINE CEPT
eWilliam Fox starred the Fox Id- iFED BY ITS MAKE.

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dies in elaborate versions of fairy ',. TOBE A'TABLEilef t La t 1 cups igtornimeligh

eg2culghit consyu tales, with youngsters playing both -,. GRADE" MARGARINE.
junior and adult parts. Remember
teaspoonvanillablonde Virginia Lee Corbin and ~
stewedo akenitha verys little adg s Frances Carpenter in "Babes in e The mild, eet, churned
sw teaspoon baking powder B a r e
1 .up Wood" and "Jack and the BeIan- QUL On oINSES HUookin ade soitg a wellrias for
Ctroiulsion relieves prompl beu ite lu stalk"? Those movies cost fortunes. ARROW sackOFgWantiBseasoning, a wed andf
gstt st e k I tablespoon lemon juice youth
Wue toes rhe oose a ofheelea Doug Fairbanks knew the dream yor other table
of better supply any oe es coping saw. aney are ten na
V= lde Phlegm, and aid nature In "othbnte thd, "The Thie oftheelbarrow and
, Soothe. and heal raw, tender, in- Boil syrup until it forms a soft I RbnHo, TeTifo otesdso h
fusedbrncialmuou mm- ball when tested in cold water. Bagdad," and "The Black Pirate," the fun of painting and stencilingkmcas.Telyudugitosell you Beat egwie Use an unbaked crumb fillng four he gave us some of the best fairy begins. You just trace the pattern
Sof Creomulsion with the un- p eon the wood and follow the color
for strng thought.Flln cnbemd

tTrgaygdxust like the way it stiff but not dry, i prepared pudg mixes to save aluti tsn, ss hi a chart.
money bac them slowly, con- sugar brought the fairy tale to full flower NOTE-Pattere258 gives an actualsize
C E M L ON tinue eti. Teeaemn ak

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i pleasing combination of a sugar which is now revived Is a lovely wheelbarrow ducks and for smaller ducks TAME Give It that well groomed
f thing for kids of all ages. And now, to be used for lawn ornaments or applique look. Add lustre. Keep your
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it holds its shape. complete lat of materials required are HAIR ofte12c. Sold everwher.
sFold in egg yolks, Peanut Cookies. s. included. Ask for pattern 258 and enclose
beaSAPt~ten until thick 1 cup shortening Try, Try Again 15 cents with name and address, direct to:
WAUNDR ~ty SOA ORD R E foa d ngrdens.oBaked Fold in sifted dry Y2 cup sugar "Alice in Wonderland" came MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS r F A

kksofWashing Powder, we Include inb pniaslargoengrae (30 cupgone along, too, just at the time the Bedford Hills New York0 1
taraid'gift, Idn 6 bars t cp i aken 1 cup sifted flour
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trloA o. wri-t. lan 60 minutes. Invert on rack until Vs teaspoon baking powder ring such famous faces as those of Enclose5centsforPa
cake loosens. Ice with following: Y teaspoon soda Gary Cooper and W. C. Fields with Name.
%_ cup milk masks. Address .
2 cups quick-cooking oats Shakespeare's "Midsummer sCold Peparalson ai reced
1 cup chopped seedless raisins Night's Dream" was given a spec Lynn Says: 1 cup chopped peanuts tacular production by the late Max
Cream shortening, add sugar and Aeinhardt.
Sugar-Savers: When stewing honey. Beat and add sifted dry in- Judy Garland played Dorothy in Tak 'e'0I. SUEINV L
fresh or dried fruits or making gredients, alternately with milk. "The Wizard of Oz," based on the We withe limited war-time Nuts of our patenedgureed. '21P-HONEfruit sauces, add sugar or syrup Add oats, raisins and nuts. Drop by Baum books, and you certainly KITS. For all standard do c-edge safety razor blades.
spoonfew minutes before cooking sonto a In lenthens ble life. Better shaves. Takes but a moment. Pys for
st nigItself over. Simple, practical, positive seani-auxomatic.
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11 d Tonic Many Doctors Adise whips without any sugar. Simply 2 teassponsf thopped
stew the fruit, cook and put Democracy Stil at Work i'st Zvr grBod-teating Scott's Emulsion through' a sieve. Beat two egg Cream shortening, add sugar and Where else could it happen but in
&hdis torts up. your system; helps build whites until stiff and use Y3 cup vanilla. Add pecans and flour. Make America? Only a few short years ,appr~~ia and resistance against colds- of dark corn syrup beaten into rolls about 2% inches long and % ago I was talking lke a mother to Ti tliers a dietary deficiency of A & D them. The amount of fruit puree inch wide. Place on cookie sheet and a tall handsome youngster, scared AD E TS RS OF R C NSURS
itzini. IB's easy I Simply take Scott's required for this amount of egg bake 15 to 20 minutes at 325 degrees. out of his wits about playing a scene AD E T S R OF R C N UMS
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teer.I'gra!By Since powdered sugar is more and cool on wire rack. other night that youngster, Gary A FR E C O E OF A W D R NG
at your druggist's today! readily obtained than the granu- Get the most from your meat! Get your Cooper, bid $10,000 in war bonds for late type, use it in icing. Pow411deed ugr i epecaly god meat roasting short from Miss Lynn Chasss ne. fm il atadqipd OF DEP ND BL M RC AN IS
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when mixed in the proportion of Newespaper Union, 210 South Desplaines off the market." That same kid is dcup to a three-ouce package Street, Chicago 6, not only starring in but producing
of cream cheese and flavored with Stamped, self-addres his own picture. And in many ways
orange juice. reply.
beaten Released by Western thick still t

The Monticello News. Monticello. Fla. Friday. January 5. 1945

Fun for the hole Famly


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bombers is the 56-inch, the
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Sel the fact that the rubber Moun
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leI date averages about M4
pounds per men in unffrn
in World War L rubber E.msumption represented abesW
32 pounds per man.




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a bunch of military data to the Colonel's office!" "'My sister liked it. So I say it can't be much 0fapctrV


cial vehicle owners are swamping I is subject to the provisions of war- are sold or given away, red points Timely Suggestions p Lt local price and rationing boards, as time rationing which affects meat ob- must be collected.
well as the emergency truck tire tained from any other legitimate Farm butter remains at 12 red On Farm mng Offered boards, with applications for new source unless the meat is slaughtered points, altho creamery butter is now
tires. The plain facts are, the de- for home use, the director for By College Workers mands of our military forces must Office of Price Administration said. The exact number of points to colreceive first consideration in the allo- "Farm families may borrow or lend lect for any home canned food is
(Editor's Note: Information in this x"',cation of tires.' meat to each other without exchang- listed on the official table of point
columnitoms rom Inorkersionf this / The sale of farm slaughtered meat ing points, but when rationed cuts values.
Florida Agricultural Experiment Station and Extension Service.) *.uuuuuuuuuEuuuuuu**uuNuW u E* *NE

A dairy calf needs one pound of Finest Quality and Styfal
whole milk for each 10 pounds of its weight for the first six weeks after Im er a
birth. It is good practice to take S
the calf away from the cow the first S
day and feed it by hand thereafter, provide a little feed for it after the m IV E, Plant,
first .10 days, and, after six weeks, P cify motfg
feed it skimmed milk and a good cali Negro and white children alike received the finest medical care 45,45 Mace
f and treatment in the wards of the Emergency Infantile Paralysis Skins
feed for six months. Hospital at Hickory, N. C. Victims of the 1944 epidemic of polio- ASikanctive, West
myelitis, these are but a few of the nearly 400 children cared for a
A milk cow receiving dry hay as at Hickory by The National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis a edeonse
the only roughage will consume about with dimes and dollars from the March of Dimes. two pounds daily for each 100 pounds 9 U
of her weight. fact that control always follows the N S
Fat, healthy hogs produce the "History has shown that the q
choicest meat, and meat of high smaller unit of government, in seeking was a necessary step in the face of quality cannot he obtained from an and accepting financial aid from a decreased civilian supplies of sugar, animal that is not fat. Meat from larger, inevitable surrenders a pro- butter, meats and commercially cananimals that have not been finished iportionate part of its freedom and ned fruits and vegetables, Chauncey U
well is also hard to cure and keep independence. Butler, district OPA director said g
on the farm. Young fat hogs weigh- "Thus we have seen control over today. "At no time since the war be- i fwed ctw 0
ing from 180 to 250 pounds produce State affairs move to Washington, as gan have food supplies been so low," the most desirable cuts in size and its contributions to the State, and the OPA official declared. "A good quality. control over county and school affairs example of this lies in the butter and Cf&' $ CAPE SKIN 0
moving to Tallahassee, as the State beef situation. Butter has virtually Castrating, marking, branding and increased its financial aid to its poll- disappeared from many stores ,and DELUXE JACK ET
dehorning in winter will reduce the tical subdivisions." the supply of utility beef will be 51
danger of screw worm infestation of per cent less in January than last CHAM PION I2,gg .3
livestock, as there are not as many month." OPA's purpose is to assure Q 0
of these pests in cold weather as JFrOgress 0f -Aahcnuemi fi hr ttererica' T Ian capeskin of beautifulM
pess heaters L4k3each consumer his fair share at the I
there are during the spring and sum-, start of the 1945 rationing program, Ustylel.f quality. Smart szsack
_____ Prmtteteto l n ult Tire! quty. Sart ossafok
mer. Prompt treatment of all in- (continued from page 1) and to prevent those who may have New, Improved Safti-Look men and older boys. I
juries and wounds and destruction of but which could produce good forest an excess of unused stamps from get- rd-14% stronger than
all screw worms found in winter will growth. ting more than their fair share of previously used! 0
also reduce infestations when warm It also provides for continued de- the lower food supplies, he pointed Heavier Cushioning-10% TO N
weather arrives. velopment and improvement of lands out. more rubber between the F
Civiiantirequoas ace shrp F RES ONE HOME:
best suited to forests and game and Civilian tire quotas face a sharp cord plies.
An effective control for t he lands that are best suited to reduction in the Florida district in Extra Tread Plies-Give
"gopher" (ground turtle) is throwing grazing. January and district director Butler re he no &OP
pieces of corn cob cooked in carbon Demonstration areas embracing the today urge complete tiliti f safety than ever before
bisulphide into its hole and then clos- purposes of the program have been present conservation facilities until 6 -1 ""
ing the entrance with soil. The car- established in many counties, and war needs have been met. "The quota Tax
bon bisulphide fumes seep into all farmers in other counties are approv- for tires is greatly decreased,' Butle Grade Tire Certificate Needed & WILLIAMS, O
parts of the hole and asphyxiate the ing the idea and planning on similar stated, "and the need for prompt r MONTI6ELLO FLORIDA N
gopher. developments. This trend bodes well capping is necessary as never b 0
for the future of Florida agriculture. fore. Passenger cars and commer- MNMEEEEEEEMEEEEEEEEMEEMNEEEWEEWWEEWWWEEWWEE WWEE WEWEE WIEWEE

John S. Abell Dies at,Home of Daughter

John Sylvester Abell died at the
home of his daughter, Mrs. Lester .- .-- -Lawrence, in Monticello Tuesday r, ,,. n.
morning. He was 74 years of age. Mr. Abell had been a resident of Monticello since 1907. He was preceded in death by his wife, who passed away in 1930.
Funeral services were held at the First Baptist Church here, with the Rev. H. 0. Hughes in charge, at four o'cloock Wednesday afternoon. Interment was Roseland Cemetery here, with the Wilkins Funeral N
Home in charge. Pall bearers were A. S. Grant, Theadore Smith, James Cooksey, E. J. Ritter, Fred Stokley and Clyde H. Sauls.
Six daughters and two sons survive. They are Mrs. Lester Lawrence, and Mrs. Chalmer Blunk, Monticello, Mrs. J. G. Mitchell and Mrs. J. 0. Sumner, both of Vincennes, Indiana, Mrs. Bert Dempster, of East St. Louis, Illinois, and Mrs. R. F. Craig and Enoch Abell of Atlanta and Herman Abell of Moonticello.


Mrs. H. 0. Hughes was called to Atlanta by the death of her sister, Miss Tessie Farris, who passed away Sunday, December 31st, as the result of injuries received in an automobile accident.
Funeral services for Miss Farris were held in Atlanta Wednesday. The sympathy of the community is extended to Mrs. Hughes in her bereavement.

Getting rid of breeding places for germs and rodents will be a step toward improving the health of the farm family.

Marketing and purchasing cooperatives, as well as producer cooperatives, will be needed by small farmers after the war, says Secretary of Agriculture Wickard.

Millard Caldwell(Continued From Page One) K Y DROP OF USED COOKING FAT
dends and bring permanent returns ___E___DR POCOK IN FA
to the taxpayer. Tax revenue spent

our advantages, in the expansion of our public education and health facilities are sound investments" TH E JAP-HELD DEVASTATED PACIFIC
He deplored a trend toward centralization of governmental powersP
and must be curbed," and he urged "those who advocate State aid to municipalities" to "carefully read the record."is V
(The Florida League of Municipalities has proposed that State rev- -D M
enue sources be tapped to the extent of about $6,000,000 a year for city O T CA
operations and debt retirement.) "In our consideration of proposals

of govrment," the new governor said, "we must iot lose sight of the