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The Monticello news
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Monticello news (Monticello, Fla.)
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v.60 no.26 January 19, 1945


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Gateway to Florida TE MNILO NW SFLORIDA


Local Post Leads County Reports Sale of Red Cross Work In Air Medal Awarded N. H. Connell Is Killed Coal Supply Gone,

State In Drive 141,584 Gallons of Gas Monticello Shown Sergeant Harrell Is In Action December 12 Local Residents

For New Members Compilation of the totals for the In Year's Report Presented Mother Noah Harrison Connell, son of Mr. Seek New Quota
various counties of the state in the and Mrs. John H. Connell, of WacisThe Otto Walker Post of Monti- report of sales of gasoliine and kero- Mrs. S. D. Clarke, production chair- The Air Medal and two Oak Leaf sa, has been reported killed in action Monticello is quite likely to feel cello leads all American Legion Posts scene for the month of November man of the Jefferson County Chap- Clusters, representing two additional on December 12th, and his parents the national coal shortage ver
in the state in the membership en- shows that Jefferson county users ter, American Red Cross, has com- awards of the same decoration, were have been notified of his death by the acutely within the next few weeks follment for 1945, Drr. J. F. Conklin, purchased 141,584 gallons of gasoline piled an annual report of the work presented to Mrs. C. L. Harrell, Adjutant General's office, in a wire andtmy rident wil b eadp post commander, has been notified by during the thirty-day period. done by volunteers in the chapter mother of Staff Sergeant Edwin T. received Friday, January 12th. and many residents will be hard put
postcomandr, as een otiiedby othr o Staf Srgent dwi sufficiently heat their homes and
the department Commander Joe During November 22,931 gallons of during 1944, which reflects much Harrell Saturday afternoon in cere- No details of young Connell's business places, unless some relief
Frank, of Tallahassee. kerosene were purchased in the coun- credit on those women who are local- monies at Dale Mabry Field, Talla- death have been received. He is the is given from the present situation.
A "special certificate of most dis- ty. Ily responsible for this worthy pro- hassee. fourth boy from the small commun- There is no coal in Monticello, and
tinguished service" has been sent the Thhe total sold in the state, ac- ject. Sergeant Harrell is a prisoner of ity of Wacissa to give his life in the none will be sent here until the first
post by national officers in recogni- cording to the monthly report of the Mrs. Clarke's report shows the fol war in Germany, having been shot service of his country in the present of April, unless a special quota is lowing completed by the chapter dur- down on a bombing raid over Berlin war. The other boys, all friends, assigned to relieve the residents, who tion of its splendid record of mem- inspection bureau of the departmentinteyarIII]sigdtoelveteeiet, h bership enrollment. The post now of Agriculture, was 26,240,590 gal- ing the year: on March 6th. At that time two were James D. Chancey, Will Gran- have already purchased the entire
has 74 members, representing 155 lons of gasoline and 7,176,006 gallons 144 kit bags members of his crew were killed, the ger and Marion Bradshaw. quota assigned for the coal yea,
percent of its 1944 membership. of kerosene. 200 hospital pan covers others baled out successfully and which will end March 31st.
The certificate awarded the post Duval county was the largest user 75 housewives were taken prisoner. Sgt. Harrell The local coal dealers joined by th
75 pair bed socks iwas wounded inl the leg, but has writ-'A a d fo Pe ec
reads: "For faithfulness in the per- of gasoline with 3,679,263 gallons in I local Red Cross chapter, through tihi
formance of duties for loyal co-op- its report. Glades, with 22,087, was family that e is now able to
eoto an for meioiu acieve rothe ma lest s u ih08,wser 15 uffle ketrs :wltuh itti, me g by ithe Adu A tn ance Given Ichairman Richard H. Simpson, hn
eration and for meritorious achieve- the smallest user. 2 appealed for a special quota to be asment, recognition is hereby accorded 15 mufflers The citation, made by the Adju- *signed to provide coal for the nex
for most distinguished service as Wo10 helmets tant General's Office in the War De- iwanians two ind one-half months before th
hereinafter set forth. orld War Veterans 5 pair wristlets partment, read, "For exceptionally next quota is available. The 15 car
"In compliance with the member- i At the present time the chapter meritorious achievement, while par- With the Monticello Kiwanis Club's loads of coal, which is the entire
ship program of the national organ- Widows SeekPension has been requested for only knitting ticipating in fifteen separate bomber record of 100 percent attendance, quota for the year, has already bee,
izaation of The American Legion call- to be done during 1945. The knit- combat missions over enemy occupied the awarding of attendance tabs to delivered, and most of it burned.
ing upon all posts and departments Under Provision ting already requested is 133 knee Continental Europe. The courage, members at the weekly club meeting According to L. R. Rainey, lce
to observe American Legion Week by hands, 66 sleeveless sweaters. ,Mrs. coolness and skill displayed by this at the Womans Club Wednesday was coal co-ordinator, all dealers weir
re-enrolling all 1944 members, Richard Simpson is chairman of knit- enlisted man upon these occasions a roll-call affair. instructed to ration their customers
OTTO WALKER POST Widows of four World War I vet- ting, and Mrs. Clarke adds to her re- reflect great credit upon himself and
No. 49, Department of Florida, The erans made application, through the port: "I hope everyone who knits the armed forces of the United Leading the list Richard Simpson, to 7 percent of the coal which the
American Legion, accomplished a home service department of the Red will still do their very bens. I wish States." Kiwanits, received a tab completing states that there is a supply a
hundred percent record by placing Cross, for a pension under the recent to take this opportunity to thank all Mrs. Harrell was notified the first 10 years of perfect attendance. Two "slack" coal which can be obtained all 1944 members in good standing law passed by Congress and signed the many chairmen and other work- of December that the medal was members, Louie Morris and Jack for Monticello, but Ahat heating
for the year' 1945, prior to November by the president on December 16th, ers, who have done so splendidly in awarded her son, and that it would Taylor, have completed 6 years of equipment here is not of the type to 11, 1944, the date on which observ- W. M. Scruggs, chairman of the de- the production work." at a later and more suitable time and perfect attendance Six members, use the "slack" coal. "Slack" coal ance of American Legion Week was partment and Legionnaire, reports. The surgical dressing work which place be presented to her, in his T. B. Bird, Joe Carr, Alfred Foster, is that containing a large percentage brought to conclusion." All these applications were made was under the chairmanship of Mrs. place. Last week, the commanding John Kelly, Stuart Simpson, J. C. of coal dust, and is suitable for furThe certificate is signed at nation- and sent in Saturday. F. A. Brink, has been discontinued officer of Dale Mabry Field made ar- Waldron, have a perfect attendance nace use, but has not been used in
al headquarters, Indianapolis, by Ed- The deceased veterans, all Legion- until further request for dressings is arrangements for the formal presents- record for five years. this section, and consumers are not
ward N. Scheiberling and Donald G. naires, were Mac Arndt, James made by the war department. Mrs. tion, and sent an army car and of-accustomed to it, nor will it burn Glassoff, national commander and Ryan, Cleveland Moore and Leslie Brink has prepared the following ficer to Monticello for Mrs. Harrell Other members and the number of Well in small heaters and fireplaces.
adjutant, and countersigned by Joe Whittle. The applications made by report, covering the full activity of It had been planned to make the years of perfect attendance each has Frank and Reid Mann, Florida de- their widows were handled by Chair- this project since its beginning: presentation at a military parade on are: or slate removed from it, which
partment commander and adjutant. man Scruggs with the assistance of The Surgical Dressings Program the base, but due to a rain the cere- W. J. Bullock 3 would further handicap its use.
Dr. Conklin states that the post J. F. Conklin, T. B. Bird and Richard (Continued on page 8) monies were held indoors. Mrs. Har- Julius Goldberg 3 Mr. Rainey states that he has been
needs only 20 more members to [Gilbert. All these men are Legion- rell and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Joe Hughes 3 promised one more car of coal for
make its membership 200 percent of [naires of 26 years' standing and Junior Play TO Be C. L. Harrell, Jr., who accompanied Henry Malloy 3 sale this season; he had hoped to obits 1944 number and has set that as charter members of the Otto Walker her, were guests of officers at the Glenn Miller 3 tain it in January, but is not now
its goal. Any World War I or World Post. Their help with the applica- PreSented Tonight base and were taken on a tour of all Malcolm Morris 3 expecting it until February. Each
War II veterans are eligible for mem- tions is one of the services which returntto Monghcello.IArthurnPhillit 3 of the local dealers has requested
bership and are invited to join the Legionnaires constantly render the to Montiel. JohnoSuumuts more coal and has expressed his wil.
local post. families of their buddies. render the I Mr and Mis. C. L. Harrell are Norbo Stephens 3 lingness to handle any lump coal, no
l parents of two other sons in service. David Winans 3 (Continued on page 8)
The Junior Cla y, "Aunt Sari- C/ M 2c C. L. Harrell, Jr., after three F. A. Brink 2
anthy Rules the Roost" will be pre- years in the Pacific is now stationed Thomas Gadsden 2
3 sented tonight (Friday) in the ele- at the Naval Air Station in Lake Felix Johnston 2 Mrs. Pritchett Is New
i I C uuu~uj Interestng items of Jefferson mentary school auditorium, the date City. Herman B. Harrell, sl/c ,is on Jim Lacy2
county Boys and Girls in Ser having been changed from Thursday a destroyer in the Pacific area. Sam Stratos 2 Operator at Princess
ice, to avoid conflict with a basketball --Russell Wallace 2
game. Local Group Sews For Larkin Hundley 2 Mrs. Carolyn Pritchett has been
After 6 months overseas, Pvt. Dan monies at Dale Mabry Field, Talla- The play is a riotous comedy from Everett Hines 1 employed as operator at the Princess
B. Lacy, brother of Mrs. Loubell hassee, Saturday afternoon. Sgt start to final curtain, as the plot un- Philippine Rehef Carl Joiner 1 Beauty Shop by Mrs. Burlene Fn
Odum, Route 2, Monticello Florida, Harrell was taken prisoner by the folds the various predicaments that Cleo Rcichter 1 ney, Owner.
recently arrived at Hammond Gen- Germans March 6th, when his bomb- Aunt Members of the Womans Auxiliary The following members have been whorPritchett isa senior op actor

receive specialized treatment. His lin. Wounded in the leghe has re- gentleman friends get into. [of Christ Church are making an im- in the club less than a year but have Alabama, and was employed in shops
The cast is: portant contribution to rehabilitation maintained the high record of at- there prior to coming to Monticello.
unit participated in the French cam- covered in a German prison camp. Samanthy Simpkins Sue Hadsell work in the Philippine Islands in pre- tendance thus far: She has been trained in all lines of
paign where he was wounded by shell Mrs. Harrell has heard twice from Sern Simpkins. Joye Cooer paring clothing for distribution toS concussion on October 26 between her son, the last a card written A Serena Simpkins the Filipino women and children. Curry Bassett beauty work.
concussin oOo 2 b e h se cd written Aug- Sophie Simpkins Bettilee Bird Jim Cooksey Mrs. Pritchett is making her home
Metz and Nancy. ust 6th, in which he wrote that he Polly Paine w Beverly Snoddy Tuesday morning the group met at Jo W. Cureton in Monticello while her husband is
_V- lwas well and walking around al- Annie Ambrose --. Lillie D. Daniels the home of Mrs. Arthur Curtis for overseas.
Corporal Nicholas Slocumb, ofthough with a himp. He had not Blanche Bowers-Betty Ann LaVinka an all-day sewing meeting, serving a Ed Dukes
Fort Monmouth, New Jersey, spent heard from home since his capture Lucien Littlefield. Robert Linton covered dish luncheon at noon. Byron P. Hileman
New Year's week end in Jacksonville, although the family and friends have Blair Boswell John Lloyd Twelve dresses were completed dur- W. J. Scheffer Florida. He was joined there for the written him regularly. Frank Fairfield.Henry Reams ing the day and the group has eight E. Smith Wright
visit by his mother, Mrs. A. N. Sl- Sgt. Harrell's two brothers, both Larance Lovewell-Donald Van Cleef others to complete in the present as- .
cumb, and her daughter, of Drifton, in the Navy, saw Pacific duty. C. L. Buddy Baskins Loren Reichert signment. The club voted to award the tabs Dr. F. A. Brink, Director
who have since returned to their Jr., is now in Lake City after 3 years Director-Mrs. Claudia Edwards. The assignment comes from the in future as soon as they are earned,
home. in the Pacific. His wife is here while _--- national council of the Episcopal the attendance records to be an- H
MV he is stationed at Lake City Naval Church which responded to the ap- bounced annually when new officers ealth Umt 1944 Report
Mr. and Mrs. Hardie Kinsey of Air Base. Theodore Pratt Visits 'peal from "Bundles for America" to are installed. President Bullock anAucilla have received word that their Herman B. Harrell is on a destroy- In M onticello Saturday help prepare for civilian relief work bounced a plan to promote regular During the year just past, the Jefson, Staff Sergeant Clarence E. Kin- er in the Pacific, and writes his folks S in the islands now being liberated attendance, which plan, after much ferson County Health Unit still had,
sey, is located in Stalag Luft III, a that he took part in the invasion of Theodore Pratt, novelist and mag- from the Japanese. The program discussion, was adopted. as its major task, the finding and
Prisoner of War camp in Germany. the Philippines. His ship, he report- azine feature writer, spent Saturday will be expanded as the opportunity treatment of venereal diseases.
Clarence was a radio operator on a ed proudly, was the first to fire on afternoon and night in Monticello en for service enlarges. Bethel Club Makes Though the job is far from complebomber shot down over Germany on the Japanese fleet and has a Jap bat- route to St. Augustine, where he will Some members were absent, due tion, the time necessarily devoted to
a bombing mission. tleship to its credit. spend the winter, to illness or other causes, but those Plans For Year 1945 it ha diminished considerably. The
-v _V_ Mr. Pratt, whose writings reflect who sewed Tuesday were Mrs. S. D. total number of treatments fell off
MaM 3/c L. W. Jones of New A belated Christmas greeting was a decided preference for Florida, has Clarke, president of the Auxiliary, from more than 15,000 to less than
York City arrived the first of the received this week from Hampton been in Hollywood, where he has Mrs. Arthur Curtis, Mrs. T. L. Members of the Bethel Home Dem- 10,000. In 1945 there will be a furweek for a short leave here with his Miller, who wrote it to Edwin Farr been serving in an advisory capacity Clarke, Mrs. N. S. Curtis, Mrs. Hugh meeting of the month Thursday, Jan- ther decrease. This is due mainly to wife and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. of the News office. The card was during the filming of one of his Frasier, Mrs. E. W. Carter, Mrs. Had- uary 11, at the Bethel school the fact that many of our patients C. L. Jones. Mrs. L. W. Jones re- mailed Air Mail December 15th, but books. While there he gathered ma- sell, Mrs. L. H. Mueller, Mrs. Alice The meeting was opened by singing have completed their course of treatturned with her husband after a arrived in Monticello January 16th. terial for a novel with a California Walrath and Mrs. L. M. Clements. several songs from the club's new rent. Many have gone elsewhere to three weeks' visit in New York and Hampton, who is the son of Mr. background, but hurried to Florida, song books. The president, Mrs. work, some have entered the armed
will remain at her home here when and Mrs. H. K. Miller, is captain of his favorite state, to write Sal Palmer Ward, led in the Lord's forces. This decrease in the clinic
his leave ends on Saturday. "Fate" an artillery unit in the First Army, While here, the writer heard of Prayer. Joad and the addition of a second
who was employed in the Monticello and is now right busy at his work Mayor Simpson's "Work or Fight" Jefferson County The roll was called and minutes'of nurse to the staff will make it posPost Office before entering the Navy "Somewhere in France." reclamation, and called at the Mon- the last meeting read by the secre- sible to intensify the case finding
is still in the postal service, although DVow-a--m ticello News office for a copy of the Ten tons of mixed fertilizers and ry, Mrs. T. C. Clark. work and devote more time to the
it is in the fleet post office, and han- Down at Camp Blanding, where issue containing it. tons of ersd A short business session was held; examination of school children and
dling mail for Uncle Sam's sailors there's a general mixture of men tak- to farmers and nurserymen in Jef- old business discused and cleared and reporting their health status to the
oW. ling basic training and veterans of t ferson ndur in Jef new business taken up. Mrs. Ward parents.
----Y- overseas combat, a survey was made Stock Y R during the month of appointed members of committees for Around 50% of the tests for intesTwo former residents, who visited 'to determine just what kind of a guy November. These figures are given t ns were made tinal parasites proved "positive,"
friends and relatives here this week the average U.S. soldier is like, any- There was a light run of cattle and in a report of the fertilizer statisticalfor the annual birthday party of the that is: the parasites or their eggs have recently returned from the way. They report: hogs at the weekly sale of the Mon- division of the commissioner of agri- club were found. There were 1019 chilfighting front in Europe. They are "There are certain characteristics ticello Stock Yards, J. N. Hawkins, culture's office in Tallahasseef r dren treated for parasites, mostly
Captain Joe Eaton of Miami, and Lt. of GI Joe that brand him indelibly. manager, reports. p gu hookworm, but there were 233 chilCol. George W. McRory, of Tallahas- He writes three letters each Sunday, All prices were strong to higher from reports of manufacturers who stration agent, assisted with making dren with stomach worms. For the see. !reports the mail clerk. There's one than last week. Mr. Hawkins ex- made the sales, and only ton-lot sales plans for the year's work, which was control of these parasites, sanitation
_V_ for his girl, one for his mother and pects a strong market on both cattle are included, the main feature of the meeting. is the method of choice and it is a
1st. Lieutenant John C .Anderson the third is for some person who is and hogs for the next few months. After the meeting adjourned, a tough job to get people to do anyarrived Monday to spend a 21-day never the same but who creeps in Best Cattle here 10 to 12.50 Madison Fire Destroys stork shower was given Mrs. Fred thing about it. The expense, the igfurlough with his mother, Mrs. Pan- every Sunday. I Best cows 8 to 11 00 Reed and a miscellaneous shower giv- norance and indifference of the peosy Anderson. Lt. Anderson, an air "He prefers the orientation center Medium cows 5 to 8100 Priest Store W arehouse en to Mrs. Thomas Green, who lost ple and the difficulty of getting macorps pilot, made the trip from Eng- to almost any other diversion in his Bulls 6 to 10.C 1 her home by fire on December 14th. terial and labor are the retarding
land to Washington in an army dayroom except the radio. His fav- Calves 6 to 14.00 The Van H. Priest company ware- Mrs. R. M. Gilbert and Mrs. M. J. factors.
plane. He is recovering from injur- Iorite magazines are at opposite poles Heavy No. 1 hogs .12.35 house in Madison was destroyed by Bilinski served refreshments to Mrs. Chickenpox, mumps, whoopingies received on his 34th mission. His --the Readers' Digest and any old No.1 hogs 13.15 fire Friday night, and the loss was J. T. Daniels, Mrs. Thomas Green, cough and measles were moderately decorations include the Air Medal comic book. No. 2 hogs . .12.80 estimated at $75,000. Mrs. Perry Harris, Mrs. Palmer prevalent. There was one new case
and the Purple Heart. "He gripes all the time for want No. 3 hogs 11.40 This was the central supply build- Ward, Mrs. Fred Reed, Mrs. Leonard each of Brills fever, septic sore throat
-V- of something better to do. He keeps No. 4 hogs 10.95 ing for 15 variety stores, including Davis, Mrs. John Shuman, Mrs. L. W. and tuberculosis; two of typhoid. For
An Air Medal and two Oak Leaf marching when his feet are scream- No. 5 hogs 10.75 the Van H. Priest 5 and 10 cent store, Powell, Mrs. Ella Mae Loeb, Mrs. the prevention of communicable disClusters, awarded Staff Sergeant Ed- ing because the man ahead of him Light No. 5 hogs 9.50 in Monticello. Other stores are -I Julia Everette, Mrs. R. H. Hopson, ease the following inoculations were win T. Harrell, were presented to his seems to be doing it. He salutes of- Roughs .6 to 12.00 cated in North Florida and South Mrs. T. W. Shuman, Mrs. George Ar- given: smallpox 318, diphtheria 242, mother, Mrs. C. L. Harrell, at cere- (Continuea on Page Eight) Feeder pigs .5 to 12.00 Georgia. rants and Mrs. T. C. Clark. (continued on page 4)

The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla. Friday, January 19, 1945

upTribesmen Build Road Through West China CLASS IFI ED

AAD Y WANTED In every Eo. ot
Rural and city, to sell' lne of"hushod Acessitie to I Ahbors. Ou line inAISudeWEE, h sc item as HcesL and
Nots o a ewpapaun: dry sa.Lberal commission. General. Note of Newpapeman Products Company (U-i). Albany. Georgia.
Peter Donald forwards the stor3 WANTED-MEN, WOMEN Agents to takeka
about three GIs just back from over- i ondey uring'pre tie S.Rak&
seas who went into the automat and ZSaetm.S akr
found that the only available table
was one that was occupied by a LAND F RS L
spinsterish female. Wanting a little O S L
privacy, they decided to sit down, California Tax-Delinquent LandsI
hopig b meas o conerstionto elling at fraction of true values; deeds
hopig b meas o conerstiontotirect from State; inquire TAX LAND REmake her finish up and leave in a HERi, P.O0. nox 462, E ureka, California.
hurry The first GI said: 'Boy, _____________listlife overseas sure was tough. I
didn't have a bath in eight months."SaepaeGre

ShOMEsGeOeDNErSe CINDERELLA WAS HUMBLED "Think that's had?" said the secAND BEATEN AT HOME. BUT nd "Icun'evnws myLightwoods Park in BirmingoHNTEPICESWHR hnd i ould' ween wsh." ham, England, is believed to have
WHENTHE RINC SA HER hand infourweek."the most complete Shakespeare ATH A BALL, HE INSTANTLY "We were so busy," the third add
FEL NLOE IH ER. ed, "I couldn't change my undr ioree tha 20ift 214npaints

wear in five months." whihore men 00oftioed 1 lnths.
At that point, the old gal looked flavra r
up and said: "Would one of you of abes
FAMOUS AS A stinkers mind passing the salt?"
AND SWEET, WHOLE- The government has stopped horse also fso
SOE OODNESS acin inytos America'wsh iTrwere Centuries of independence has produced the pride and courage shown on the face of this Yi tribesman,
I~m hases lower left, who is among those rushing completion of the Sikang-Assam road in West China to Burma. HERE'S FAST RELIEF
GIRL PERSONIFIES hre.Upper left, shows the tribesmen cutting through the solid granite. Upper right, they hold reveille. Lower
TARGARINI*AnAeia ciieof er right, some of the workers take time off to listen to the daily Chinese lessons given them. RELIEF ONE-Ease Headache.
I)man ancestry was walking down RELIEF TWO -Reduce fever.
CERTIT7IED BY ITS Powell Street, in San Francisco, 1 *d *Stu geRELIEF THRE-Lessen body aches.
MAKER TO BE when he was stopped by a sol- Veteran Seventh Ar y carries on G~rim Stu g eRELIEF FOUR-Ease stuffy nose.
4TBEGAE dier who asked: "Can you tell Ar yRELIEF FIVE-Reduce muscle aches.
me the way to Chinatown?" . .- 1-- I-:-,--I-----.7 Grove. Cold Tablet. get right down In.
He replied: "Yes, of course, it

Thee t"Weasel,"rnolyeonflltteoelcol NU-MAID a the md delicate carr miseries for prompt relief A combines
comeis two blocks ove an1w tion of eight active Ingredients Take

prts oution in n ftbls lcst the letburyudo'te- "
'N_ 0. ctly as directed. Large site saves money.
Good cooks prefer it also for season bg
marylngi and want to go there because you
o te nco.kTng are a Jap" The soldier repeld plied: "And you are a German"
The citizen said: "How did you know?" asThe soldier t
su of replied: "I know because I've kAtireL
killed a lot of them the last two t
months in Italy and I'm on my way home to Seattle" the trThe citizen of German ancestry looked at the uniform of the Sol- 'iORO LINE dier and saw on it a Presidential
ru HI OnIC t citation, the Purple Heart and a
year few other campaign ribbons.
Telling this story about him
_________________________ self, he said: "Boy, was I em- '
barrassed! The soldier was of
eSNAPPY FACTS Japanese ancestry and a
bar of the famous 100th Infantry
ABOUT Battalion!"
UBER Edward Stettinius, who is certain
atlly the most modest and democratic
of our Secretaries otrStat.,Nusedomo
visit the Broadway night clbso!otca
Noe o f a t Newpaeran

sionally a few years ago. One night r4 The "Weasel," one of the lat he went into the old Paradise with est military vehicles, has be- a male companion . Headwaiter come a major adjunct to the Albert Berryman scanned them with dow hoping~ by meansna ofcovrstont

prosecution of the war be- an appraising and unrecognizing eye Lower left Lieut Gen Alexander M Patch, commanding officer of the famous Seventh army. Upper Dawn' f th ma r

cause of its astonishing . "Hello, Albert," said Stettin- left, Seventh army infantrymen crouch low between tank and building as they hear enemy shells getting Is on1e~ ci etIin~o ue
maneuverability on all sorts ins, "don't you remember me?" closer. Upper right, sniper hunting in Nsederbronn, France. When the American Seventh army took Hlague. gryood stars us
hurry~~~~ .t .phefistGIsad:"By

of terrain. The special rubber "Oh, yes," fibbed Albert (trying naun they freed 300 Frenchwomen, who were being held in the town jail. cls ttS& Robbi"S Inc.
track on which it Is pro- to place the man), as he showed himC
polled was designed and de. to a none-too-good table. is55pcTOT
veloped by The B. F. Good- The part I like is that Stettinius Feeding Grouse Corn on Tree Fighting General sec-R
rich Co. (who was then only chairman of U.
If anyone has any doubt about the S. Steel) knew headwaiter Albert, seriousness of the truck tire short, but Albert didn't know himl ege, he only has to know that

ODT figures show that the truck Ernest Hemingway went to Chi- FUH KD E RN
and truck tractors of the country cago years ago after working in

run upclose to 48 billion miles a Kansas City. He had lived in OakBeeiwodrulfomaou year of rood travel. That calls for Park, Ill., and was an old school- reieves

plenty of tireslmate of Ted Tad's, now working for -dco' icvr a
Warners' .At the time, Tod was 'Abackache, run-down feeling due
Working for the Chicago Herald-Ex- to excess acidity in the urine
miner as a reporter, and Hming- theysalt?
Tayhoed overnme tr a stope hrseW fiperaawa.or idngie~o

way hped od wold ty to et hm reieffo painful symptoms of bladder
job on the paper . Tod went in irritation causdbn xesaiiyi h
to speak to Frank Carson, the city ram.D.IIMRSSAPRO
/ ~, / y ditr. H tod hi al abot Hm- ct.-fast on the kidneys to ase. discomfort
r promoting the flow of urine. This pure
Anarbal medicine Is especily welcome waher bladder irritation due to excess
He said: "He hasn't worked in aciity is responsible for gettingg up at
eA carefully blended combination names, etc." "YCarson looked up Kiler's contains thing harsh, is aband ho-humm'd: "Does he know any ately non-habit forming. Just good Inwantbt to~ goy theree becus youe

Chicago coppers?" . "No," said vona effect
Tod "Well, Send for free prepaid sample TODAY
that youwid"Send.ame and ddresser
replied: "Ik o case I've

d a t replied Carson. Like thousands of other you'll be glad
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The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla, Friday, January 19, 1945


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Dainty crocheted apron adds glamour to
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THEDue to an unusually large demand and THE SORY TUS FA: Zon Core, thered md. Hemanaed toemptythat othinihad nyumennng.Ther condurrenowaronditonhllightyrmorttim Who is in love with Paul Duncan, Is rail- the bottle, mostly into his mouth. small room was swimming. The Is required In filling orders for a few of
roaded into taking a job she does not Winthrop Lanning took it out of his kerosene lamp seemed to go dark, the most popular pattern numbers.
want, helping edit the memoirs of his Send you order to:
grandfather, Admiral Duncan. While mud smeared hand and said: tb: aboard ship bound for Hawaii she is "Where is Steve?" She was trying to reconcile her
btrown Overboard, but Is rescued. Be. Da. eigCrl ederf et
thrwn veboadbutisresue. B- Dea."mind and her emotions to these two ;. ~ 564 W. Randolph St. Chicago 8p, MI.
Ifore arriving at the isle of Oahu, Pearl Mr. Planning gazed at Pierre and facts-that Steve was dead, and that E 1 c for .t rn
Harbor is bombed. After landing, Paul said, "It must have been a close he had not been a traitor. She saw, .1 O* o.
and Zore overhear Paul's handsome thing. What happened?" as Mr. Leaning had seen so clearly,
brother, Steve, with whom Zore is In- "He was almost too quick for me," that Steve's dangerous game had in-o atuated, plotting with Winthrop LannngE. W. T 40o deliver important radio equipment to AdesWS SCWB
dautdpltigwtWitrpLn Pierre answered, been an ingenious hoax, the sole pur- ,.*. WPFWJ
tso Axsdeli evipotngtdoeeipmdanger "Where did you leave him?" pose of which was to trap the leading Adre WISE .SOC WF_______________the Axis. Believing Steve In dangerWelwi Zorie tries to rescue him, and runs "In the mud-off this road a quar- Nazi in Hawaii. It left her stunned a, k. 10:00 A. M., C. W. T.
across the body of Amber Lanning. Win- ter of a mile away." He sat down and limp. SWSB WSM WAPO WRIM WSFA
throp Lanning accuses her of the crime heavily in a chair and stared at and drives her into the mountains. Zone. Her heart had, for a mo- two men were still quarreling, with out in Octom ss one of them insisting she was Aan der 1941 with an experimental
S CHAPTER XVII that, in another instant, she would nah Boland, the other insisting she
fall out of this chair, unconscious. wasu not ere 26200 ofthem Bf14tee y War Savings Bonds
"Al yu av t g o I wat "I let him think everything was She was vaguely aware that the them.w~ *'_________________________________Paul said-and he was maliciously all right," Pierre said. "I told him rain had stopped. Water fell in ~ .
Jying! He hit on the simplest and nothing. I let him take me almostshrbigtdgesfo teeas"' "
surest way of destroying your faith tthliengpo."instead of in long wavering wires. A L
an Steve. My whole argument, Mr. "Why?"d GEE S
Planning, is that Paul inadvertently "Why not? I've forgotten the lower
*trckd ouino osngyor ere-part of the Kokee Road. I wanted in her face. She felt cold and numb. FLUFFY ruffles" -crocheted
tricked you into losing your nerve-16LO K O D
*ndtht ouveruiedyor haceto come here. I wanted company A black thing that she thought at apron in feminine pastels or
and that you've ruined your chance Y
foevr o ecrefo yurprnc- When we got to the turn-off, I had fist was a bat came floating in the white. Quickly and easily made forever to secure for your princi wno nlm lc ig.I finxesv ecrzdcto.-D
pals a weapon as vital as the fa- my automatic ready. I told him
inous bombsight!" just what' his brother had said. I was followed by another and anoth -_____________enous bombsight!" e.Seraie hywr in
did not think he would move so erPhlelie hyweegatastic Holders Used
Mr. Lanning pushed himself away moths. One of them brushed her
from the doorjamb. He walked slow- face. The great black wing was With Your Old Rods
iy toward her. "I wonder," he said, damp and cold. She opened her
"if you're just being clever." mouth to Scream, but no sound
"I've used nothing but plain, mid- came.
'wstr, oresese"The giant black moths fluttered wood; and there is still an attracwestern, horse sense!" "
"Stop using it!" he snarled. aimlessly about the room. One of ive assortment of drapery and
~lo't onetlybeiev tht Seveisthem, with slowly flapping wings, curtain fabrics. Also, the new curdon't honestly believe that Steve is ta styles require a minimum of
traitor to his own country-doflwbhnhe.Seasurse
titol ohsw"ontyd felt it settle in her hair. She felt
"Of course I dol" chills all through her body.
He strted don the rom agaThen she saw the centipede. It RAE'
He started down there aave had evidently crawled out of theagai
He whirled on her. "What have
you to gain by this? Is this what kitchen. She had never seen a cenyou're tipede like it-brown and shiny and
'~ o're laning o sa toStro s~.fully eight inches long.
berg-to show me up?" I a a t h i
"Would it save my life?"
"It would not! Isn't that obvi- ta
ous?"strous that she was sure she was VAL O Eyu
imagining it. Then Mr. Leaning saw Rruel painsTyo sho t e throg ors,
"Yes, Mr. Lanning. Very Qbvi- it. He cried: "Look at that thing soothes fast with
ous. All I wanted was to make youneck, back or legs. Do something. yee Pierre! Don't stamp on it! We must Rub On SOETONE Liniment. Get
,seta tv a o erydfind a buffo! We must find a buffo, the blessed relief of Soretone'sCO D H A
%You." ~~~~~~~~~Pierre, and try an experiment!"ROcodletain.QckySroe
"But why?" he cried. "You are "What is a buffo?" Pierre in- acts to:
violently pro-American! You are a eaa effects. 1. Dilate sw-/acecapillary blood
chauvinist! You have absolutely no in od h ~l5wr lbrt fet.A T O
"A ian tod. he uffs wre' The side draperies shown here vessels.
sympathy for our cause! Why have imported a few years ago to kill the are unlined but the swag valance 2. Check muscular cramps. In cases of
you gone to such trouble to persuade insects that eat the cane. I've heard is lined with plain sateen which 3. Enhance local circulation.
ne that Steve is loyal to Germany?"LUMBAGO me hatStee s lyaltoGerany" a uff wll illa entped." repeats the darkest color in the 4. Help reduce local swelling.
- "Because," Zorie murmured, "in e was panting. "Pierre! Fetch me drapery material. This plain color Developed by the famous MeKes- OR BACKACHE
,my heart, I believe it." a buffo! I want a buffo, at once! is used also for the tie backs. bon Laboratories, Soretone is a due to fatigue or expoe.a
Tany heart Ilslgt believe it."on
Mr. annng entsudenl ovr ~ \ aketheflahliht.Youll indone NOTE-This sketch is from BOOK 5 of unique formula. Soretone contains
Mr. Lanning bent suddenly over
th abe Hsceesweepufdeasily on a night like this. They're the series of homemaking booklets pre- mecthyl salicylate, a most effective MUSCULAR PAINS
the table. His cheeks were puffed
out. He blew a sharp, breath into swarming on a night like this!" pared for readers. This book also contains pain-relieving agent. For fastest ac- duets aods
the lamp. The flame went out. With Pierre's surly growl: "Not now." more than 30 other ideas for keeping tion, let dry, rub in again. There's
all tat bandyin hs sytemZone"Yesnow!At oce!"homes attractive with things on hand and only one Soretone-insist on it for SR UCE
all that brandy in hisave b o up "But-" Inexpensive new materials. To get a copy Soretoor results. 50. Big, long. due to ierwork
reflected,of BOOK 5 send your order to: lasting bottle, $1. MINOR SPRAINS
The blue beam of his pocket light "At once, I said!"
wa ficerngarun te oo."Very well, my friend. You shall MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS
was flickering around the room.
Bedford Hills New York
Then she heard the sounds that "No," he said softly. "It can't be." have your buff of" Drawer 10
he had evidently heard. She heard, Enclosei15nentseforiBokoNo.ut shevEngloseplieccoldfrube
abve. fast. He was on me before I could heard the door slam. The pungent *T1Aeot apoliedct lJd 1oreabove the diminuendo of the rain, leltigd t nsa.
th dmiued o te aipull the trigger." mouldy smell she had been noticing Name .oo. se Ikeha olce
the sucking sounds of feet being teoprco upyo
pulled out of the men s Wait a minute!" Mr. Planning seemed stronger.she
hearld man' otheav mudrehng.h said sharply. "He jumped you the Mr. Lanning came over to her. Addres. "and McKesson makes W2" b~od to the rea and indure
heard a man's heavy breathing.ha. oprti In the darkness, Zorie held her instant you told him that?" He was no longer walking steadily.
breath. If it was Steve, he was "He did. The car went down a "Miss Corey," he said, "you are so
-saved! They would both be saved bank and rolled over with us in it." lovely, so innocent and so cleverMr. Lanning had tiptoed out of "Wait a minute!" Mr. Leaning re- and I am so sorry."
the room. She heard his voice at pleated. "This is very interesting, Zone closed her eyes.
the door, then another voice, but Pierre. I want you to be very sure "It is very curious," he said. "Do
the words were unintelligible. of this for a very particular reason, You smell that? It's sour honey. It's
Then Mr. Lanning said: "Come The instant you told him what his in these walls. The wild bees find
in here. There's someone here I brother said without questioning little holes in the outside walls and
want you to see." You-he jumped you?" crawl inside and build their combs
She heard the round of mud- "He did!" and fill them with honey and then
soaked shoes crossing the living- "This young lady," Winthrop Lan- it goes sour. And there's no way to
room. The bright blue spark of the Bing said, "has just gone to the get it out unless you tear the house pocket light returned. Someone greatest pains to convince me that down! Men are sometimes very foolstruck a match. Mr. Lanning mut- Steve is loyal to us." ish, aren't they? I am referring to
tere prfanly s h touhedthe "Sh isa liar!" Pierre stated. love, my dear . men so often 'tered profanely as he touched the "Seiterhirousdwnfralte hot lamp chimney. Then the flame "She is too clever for all of us. It's licked up and steadied as he put what I've been telling you. It's why sour honey." the chimney in place. I tried to drown her! It's why I "Here is your buffo," said Pierre's
But she was staring at the door- wanted to kill her down below!" soft, low voice.
way. She hardly recognized the man "Miss Corey Mr. Planning ere hadna he gy adain one
who stood there. One eye was closed began. I had a o g sikn tote He
and black. One cheek was swollen. "Ah-nah Boland!" Pierre angrily heoa on the o hed
Blood was leaking from one corner corrected him, the tpd ow the oad.
of the man's mouth. His scrubby "Very well. Go on. What hap- t wasthe lar toad
red hair was so mixed with blood opened then?" It sttd wih t had
and purple-red mud that he looked "We got out of the car. 1 los t up, its lis bikn
as if he had been scalped. my automatic in the mud there I the soft yellow light. It must
His shirt collar was gone. His don't know how long we fought. in
white dinner jacket was coated with Sometimes I thought he had me. It aveomasd fully s inces
purple-red mud. The left leg of his was raining. The headlights went have measured fully six inches in black trousers was missing from the out when we rolled down the bank, height. knee down, and the bare leg exposed It was black. I killed him. He is Zone closed her eyes upon a brain was covered with mud. back there in the mud by the car." that was slowly reeling with sickOnly by his sloping powerful shoul- "Are you sure you killed him?" ders did she identify hili at Pierre Pierre Savoyard lifted his heavy, centipe scw o e the buf
Savoyard. sloping shoulders and let them fal. fo, and the buffo seemed unaware
He was staring at her. He was "Is there any question about it?' of it. The centipede crawled over
leaning backward as if he would at "Miss Corey," Winthrop Lan any moment fall over. He liked his said gently, "I am really very sorry it was crawling over the buffo's bleeding, swollen lips. -for your sake. And you did have mouth, the mouth opened. The buffo
"No!" he said softly. "It can't me completely convinced!" gulped a fold of the centipede into
be!" Pierre started up from his chair, its mouth. Slowly, the struggling
"What are you talking about, pi He said harshly, "This woman is centipede vanished into the toad. erre?" Mr. Lanning inquired care. Ah-nah BolandI" Zone wanted to scream, but she
lessly."Pierre," Lanning said patiently, hadn't the strength to scream. Mr "That girl!" Pierre's voice was a "once again-if this woman were Lanning was pounding on the table squeak. "I killed that girl with my Anna Boland, would Steve Duncan with a bottle. own hands!" have been so stupid as to exhibit her "They eat them!" he cried. "They are cut
Winthrop Lanning sbhugged. "And so openly?" reall do!"
before that, you drownedDuncan," Pierre her." Pierre started toward thecns Zone now saw the hairknife open in enemy territory! Battery-powered parachute lights quickly guide
Piere sartd twar th char "as ankg a believing that in Pierre's hand. She saw the flicit Ing men to essential food, ammunition and medical equipment. Batteries help light
in which Zorie sat. she was dead. She i not dead, of the knife as it flew from his hand
"Keep away from her!" Mr. Lan- She Is sitting in that chair." to the floor. Its sharp point was' the way to Victory on every fighting front-that's why they are not available/
Ding said sharply. "Don't touch Sit down" Lanning said sharply. imbedded in the floor an inch from here at home. Use your batteries sparingly.keep them
her!" "But why is she sitting in that the buffo. The buffo jumped. Pierre
Pierre's big, hooked hands fell at chair alive?" kicked it across the room and into cool and dry. Burgess Battery Company, Freeport, Illinois.
his muddy sides. 1ie swayed. "Mr. Stromberg will attend to the kitchen and out the back door.
"You made a mistake," Mr. Lan- her." He returned and stopped before dill Think Twice Before You Travell
ning explained. "It was Amber you "This place," Pierre said, "is dan- Zone. His blood-and-mud-smeared killed." gerous. What time is it?" face came close to hers. "Ah-nah!"
"Amber!" "Two thirty-five." he said in his soft, low voice. "Al1
"Yes. But Its none of my affair "How will we get off this Island? BahI" B 9
any longer. Yoru can answer to Mr. How wil we get out of Hawaii?" She shrank back. And she knew
Stromberg. You are too impetuous, "Mr. Stromberg will aange ev- in that moment the feeling of full Pierre. I am afraid that Mr. Strom- everything hatred. She had once thought she
berg will not be at all pleased with "He will not like It," Pierre said bad hated Amber. But her dislike PANY, FREEPORT, ILLINOIS
ou. Here. Drink some of this. ominously, "finding Ah-nah Boland of that agb
ou need it." here." most tepid of emotions compared to,
Pierre took the brandy bottle. His "See if you can find a bottle of hand was shaking. Some of the brandy in the kitchen."
brandy missed his mouth and ran Zone hardly heard his voice, She man t hiss
sOwneff his chin, with the blood and was still so as n to unconsciousness emp ty hers.
the bottlemTstBy intNhis mouth


an material and the Church of St. size X-ray, most of these being fin-'week for four consecutive weeks. fldmy final report. as AdnmistraTUE MONTICELLO NEWSile
MLNEWS icha became a reality. Built of danced by the County Tuberculosis Witness, E. C. Love and W. trix of the estate of William Bailey,
~stne cveed it sucopaite Asoiaton ot f und risd hr May Walker, Judges as well as CU S F E D eceased; that I have filed my PetiPUBISEDEVEY RIAY white and trimmed in blue, a. brown the seal sale. Cld .Sus lr fsi ILBUY Black Walnuts, any InfofiadscrgndttI
Court and the seal of said will apply to the Honorable Thomas
MONTICELLO AVRTISER cross rises above its dorad 1mle Sanitary inspections and field vis-, Cor:tMniclo lrd quantity. Help the war effort and B id onyJdeo efro
Established 1869 crosses neon-lighted rise aboe the its made in the promotion of sani- this 1st day of January, A. D: put cash in your pocket. Bailey County, Florianty hisg ofJfiernh
M O N IC LLO C O STI U T O N edifice at each end of the peaked tation totaled 2005. H m vi ts1 4 .Stokley Pecan Sto r P o e 1 W C ou ty H ouse a at M iot ice F i dah
Established 1873 roof. nuu e visits ( C T Lo e 1-1-12 on the 30th day of January, A. D.
Changed to !cons and statues. Every minute that by mothers and children to the I(RC T OCLYDEAH.) SAULS Monticello, ___________ 1945 for approval of same and for
MONTICELLO NEWS.-13 hie was not occupied with school work clinics added up to the grand total Clerk of Circuit Court for LOST-Silver Fredhpbaee,4final discharge as Administratrix of
orchoresStevespntinhichurch,_f_15,828 Jefferson County, Florida. Finsp rclt'4the estate of William Bailey, deceas.~rchre, Sev sentinhi chrc, f 1,88.John H hma earts. Reward. Betty Neal Davis. ed.
KEATHLEY BOWDEN which is dedicated to St. Michael and Wi tro mana
While tis is ncessarlyan_______Soicitorfor___________Ihe- ADated this 27th. day of DecemEditor is Greek Orthodox. plete report, it does indicate a rather 29-Jan 5, 12, 19, 26, Feb. 2. WRITE for 1945 prices onbb eA .1944.
Entered at Monticello Post Office Thus the simple faith of a child large volume of work and a useful N hc bae MAYE H. BAILEY
as Mail matter of the Second Class service rendered. Rocks, Wyandotts. Book your or- Administratrix of the estate of
___________________________seen,"' to rob a gaeand give the have been good, so far as the pre- In the Circuit Court of the Second de now foria baytresBlo-N.2-e.2an.ey 5-12-19d
Telephone ---------------- 138-R world a House of Worship that would ventable diseases are concerned. To Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and te brabat rne drec
OFFICE OF PUBLICATION o this there is the one exception, TOO for Jefferson County. In Chancery, from Texas. Hatches weekly.
News Building Dogwood Street is the world's greatest need to MANY CHILDREN HAVE INTES- Walter Culpepper, Complainant,
____________________day and mankind must fin it if lat INA AAIE.Wlis DIVORCE Stever's HatcheryLv a l.t NOTICE
SUBSCRIPTIONing peace is to be achieved We have found that someone has
SUSCIPIO RATES -------------$2.00Averag ownership of life insur- To Willie Culpepper, whose residence been cutting a good many Camellia
One Year ------ $2.00is unknown: LIVE STOCK AUCTION SALE Flowers in our Park Grounds across
Six Months -------------- 1.00 dance per family in the United States You are hereby required to person- I rom the Office. We are glad to have
__________________ Hiealt Notes-L~ has increased 25 per cent in the last ally appear before the above entitledI
_____ten years. Court in the Court House at Monti- BRING YOUR HOGS folks come in and look at the flowers
"Too Late To Classify" (Continued from first page) cello, Florida, on Monday the 5th day and plants, however we cannot allow
By Russell Kay typhoid 2248, whoopingcough 215, In the Circuit Court of the Second of February, 1945, to answer the Bill
There dogs for rabies, 160. Judicial Circuit of Florida in and of Complaint for a Divorce exhibited bitat thio prftice be stopped.
Thee i abitofhalowe goun Te nmbr o scoo chlden x- for Jefferson County. In Chancery. against you therein and the Monti- MONTICELLO STOCK YARD MONTICELLO NURSERY CO.
in Tarpon Springs that a mad world Te nube foo lechildr Viola M. Smith, cello News, a newspaper published in
in arpn Srigs hata md orl mied as986 fod-hnders daryComplainant, Monticello, Jefferson County, Florida,
passes by in its frantic scramble for Workers and others examined, 120. VS. DIVORCE, is hereby designated as the newspap- Auction every Monday, and get
material gain and so-called safety In the maternal child health ser- Jimmie Smith, er in which this order shall be pub- highest market prices. Sale
andseurty.Onths roud tadsice there were 715 admissions to Defendant. lished regularly once each week for starts 2 p. m. Monticello Stock
andTO JIMMIE SMITH WHOSE RESI- four consecutive weeks. a tiny church, where those who know DENCE IS UNKNO Witness the Honorables E. C. Love
its amazing story and BELIEVE service. Yure and W. May Walker, Judges, as well I E TE w
come quietly to kneel and pray. The number of specimens collected ally appear before th as Clyde H. Sauls, Clerk of said Court
I am indebted to Tommy Guthrie, and examined for the diagnosis of court in the Court Ho and the Seal of said Court at Montiformer staff, writer with the St, venereal disease, intestinal parasites 1n, Florida, on Monday the 5tn cay of cello, Florida, this the 16th day of a house, o oeln
Petersburg Times and to Mrs. Helen and other miscellaneous communic- IFebruary, A. D. 1945, to answer the December, A. D. 1944. 1 NOTICE OF APPLICATION see
Hennig, publisher of the Tarpon able diseases, kidney disorders and Bill of Complaint for a divorce exhib- (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) I FOR DISCHARGE
Springs Leader for the facts thatT. J. MARTIN
Spins eaerfrhefatst atr the lie d tect d of 4onamnaio inie agai s yo theeinandr the- Clerk of Circuit Court for In County Judge's Court, Jefferson ;; REAL ESTATE BROKER
make this column possible. water s l tones, a newspaper pubIt goes back five years to a Febru- X-ray examinations provided thru, tlshed i Montieo Jefaerso CounJoh Jefeso oun ty Fo i Cottyo Wia aly deceased. Motel Florida
ty, Flor idacke five dear toae as Jon F
ary morning when 11 year old Steve he newspaper in which this order Solicitor for Complainant. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Tsaicks, on f aGrek song fih-auspicious cases were given the full- shall be published regularly once each No. 27-Jan. 5-12-19-26, Feb. 2. No1ei eeygvnta ae~ :>*.
Tsalickis, son of a Greek sponge fish- Ntc shrb ie htIhv
erman, stayed home from school because of a terrible headache. The
pain in Steve's head persisted and be i-ca ay io c b e u T r sW s L a WLIA Sx t e t W a a
came so acute that a doctor was called. His trouble was diagnosed as a
brain tumor and he was rushed to a
hospital in Tampa. Specialists examined the boy and said these was mno
hope, Steve was going to die.
The boy's father, at that moment
was somewhere in the Gulf of Mexico, perhaps walking on the bottom
in his diving suit looking for sponges. In the hope he might be reached
and brought to the bedside of his last TE
dying son, a coast guard plane was
dispatched. No one knew the exact
1e anywhere on the open Gulf. Whose
location of the sponge fleet, it could ce tc
unseen hand guided the direction of
that speeding plane no man can say Mn
but it flew directly to the fleet and
located Tsalickis' boat, the "Goldie,"
swooped down to pick up the fisherman and speed him back to TIampa.
In the meantime, Maria Tsalickis,
mother of the doomed boy, sat sobbing softly at the bedside of her dy- TA
ing son. Deeply religious, she had1Wi ?Nt
brought with her an Icon of St. Mich- th H l C
ael. Little Steve lay with this clutch-Vo ed tightly in his hands. The seron ay l u s
denly he began to speak. "Mama," he s i ceeo
said, "St. Michael has been talking of t1
to. me. He says I am to be a priest 111
and aam to build a church for him in
Tarpon Springs."
Then with a faint but eager voice,
little Steve continued, "Maofa, St. in ite aAT
Michael came out of the sky and took
my hand and we traveled through the hrb de
sky. We stopped at our house in
Tarpon Springs and he showed me
where I was to build the church, then
he took me to his monastery in Sym:
and talked to me about being a
priest." (Steve's parents were born
on the Island of Symi, off the coast
of Greece and had visited the Monaary of St. Michael).
"Yes, my son," the mother replied,
wishing to encourage the boy.
"I told St. Michael I was sick and
didn't think I could be a priest,"
Steve continued, "but he says I am
to be a priest and that I will be well
in the morning." kne t ea
From then on Steve rallied. By
morning he was well. Doctors attending him were amazed. They said
it was truly a miracle. His father
arrived to find a living happy boy
instead of the corpse he had expected.
Back in Tarpon Springs Steve returned to school. eThe trouble with
his head never bothered him again.
But he continued to have visions or
dreams. It seemed that St. Michae
returned again and again to remain udBI him that he must build a church and FL R D tA5.ZE1N@*listsM.a
that he was destined to become a"Mama,"he

prth wer most) grtflt t ih eetn atr ie o sre te l~ ~ ~ w m c.Post Wa Field for
His family explained that while seetn factor siest s e h hg pm
said, "St. michaeu as been taling.

ael, they were very poor and had no
money to build a church. Alone,
little Steve began laying stones one .Mpon the other. He said St. Michael ways which have been tookust arc :_ :I .Te
told him if he would start the church
it would be built. His faith was unwavering. Then the second miracle. conduct of a global conflict. HU in the planning for a post war worlce.
occurred. plane coeadg-osatyfc Florida Power & Light Company
hene took med to histatl monstry nym

Friends and neighbors in the Greek Lci s ofers the services of its Industrial
colony who knew the story of Steve's p wrategic parent in ar Development Department in bringmiraculous recovery volunteered to out the state.
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A flowering dogwood tree was T ahr utK o
ti1]planted as a memorial to Olin Cook- T ahr utK o

ii A tiviiessey, one of Jefferson county's fallen American Constitution
Social ActivitiesheosinabifcrmybyeII ~ ~ ~~~~Iai II ~~~bers of the Nosegay Garden Circle, Oeo h eurm't ob
U IiMondy aternon. he ree sl1- teacher in the Florida school system
j cated in the parkway in front of the is that each must satisfactorily pass
home of Mr .and Mrs. J. R .Coksey, an examination on the Constitution Mrs. Torm Jones of Lloyd spent Mr. and Mrs. John McCall of Jack- Jr, (parents of Olin) on West WashMonday in Monticello. sonville were week end guests at the se tene W ttJ. o Se
-Dixie Hotel. ntnsre.itnetWJ.Blokhsbnad
DiieHoel The Nosegay Circle met at the vised that an examination will be
Mrs. Z. Lewis and Mrs. J. B. Thom- home of Mrs. Cooksey with Mrs. C held on February 3rd., in Tallahassee
as f Acila wre isiorsherths'A. Bishop and Mrs. C. P. Reichert, for teachers in this area who have as of Aucilla were visitors here this Miss Mary Lucile Cook of Jacksonweek- ville spent the week end here with .jithsess fe re ui
weekMis May LcileCoo ofJacson joit hsteses Aftr abrif bsi-not yet qualified on this requircm. niness session refreshments were serv-__________her mother, Mrs. John Cook.
Mrs. Joe W. Pate returned Thurs- h m r s nC ed and the program followed
day after spending several days in Mrs. W. C. Coe, of Tallahassee,
Atlanta, Ga. lswekhr vitng announced the program, which cenAtlnt, a.spent last week here visiting herI
spgen Ms .J.Bset tered onl the observance of Arbor M lrs. ozella Lewis of Wacissa had
Rev. and Mrs. Osborne McKay and daughter,Day, which falls in January. Mrs. charge of the evening service here, two hilren f Cmde, Al., ereJ. D. Martin gave an article on plant- Sunday. There was a good attendtwo children of Camden, Ala., were Mrs. Russell Kersey of Panama ini
guests last week of r. and Mrs. W. City is the guest of Mrs. Will Kersey A vocal solo, "Trees was sung by her home on Dogwood street.1
W. asstt inhe hoe o Dgwod tret.Mrs. 0. C. Head. IMr. and Mrs. Lloyd Taylor are

Mrs. Arthur Curtis and small sons, The group of club members theSl visiting their parents in Miccosukee
Nate and Jimbo, spent last week end ofMr. and Mrs. Sheldon Whitehouse proceeded to the yard for the tree Mr. Taylor is stationed in Oklahom:of New York City arrived recently p
in Madison with her mother, Mrs. J. for a stay in their winter home, El i plonthe memoin d the lgn of
D. Scruggs. Destiny, near Monticello. !na7
D. Srugs. estno, earMonicelo.the dogwood tree was read by Mrs. The weather is cold, with little rai
Friends of C. L. Pope will regret toFolsom. and beautiful sunshine. Farmers a
ler hth newn noeain Dr. and Mrs. Clifford Gay and ) 1raaing a bead on polio. Two-year old Michael Sullivani of ;getting their land ready for it
learn that he underwent an operation Dran Ms.CifdGyad
Tuesday in Archbold Memorial Hos- daughter, Patricia Ann, of Jackson- St. Louis, Missouri, recently recovered from a cripplingattack of year's planting. Hog killing time
pital, Thomasville, Ga. ville were week end guests of Mr. infantile paralysis, kiows what THAT fight is like Michael was here now.
and Mrs. Hansel Glover. aided in his tussle with the Crippler by the March of Dimes This
_______ year's appeal, January 14-31, aill help thousands of youngsters to T~n n
Mr. and Mrs. Newton Skillman of win out ag ist inhutile paralysis.
Detroit and Miami spent several days Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Sloan and rmTElo. tl&
last week as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Gatewood Worman of Moultrie, lights of the January issue of the
LA epIo enTn rhrG. pn udyhr as gusso a d n Cu e s News Letter, a publication of the I Sunday & Monday-Jan 21-22
L. A. Delp of Leon Tung Orchards Gaspent Sunday here asguests of company. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Maige. Horticultural Department of the
Remember! Ass't. State Forester School of Agriculture of the Univer- trios
WREN Barbara McLeod arrived Friends of Will Kersey will be glad Jacobs will speak on Tuesday, Feb- foaio of lorid n pClyb fomtebin- Sidney Greenstreet, Zachary Scott, OU FS f
Saturday from New York for a to learn that he is convalescing in ruary 6th, at the Woman's Club at Faye Emersoi, Peter Lorre
week's visit with Mrs. I. Marraine. Archbold Memorial Hospital, Thom- 4 P. M. Garden Club members have The Mignonette Garden Circle met Music Will Tell KO NEWS
WREN McLeod is stationed at Roose- asville, Ga., following a recent oper- been invited to b Monday afternoon at 4:45 o'clock at
velt Field. ation. man's Club at this meeting. the home of Mrs. Clyde Sauls, Mrs. Tuesday & Wednesday-Jan. 23-24 Of FLOOR/
Rankin and Mrs. E. B. Bailey, Jr, coMrs. R. H. McKim arrived Tuesday Mrs. J. F. Alred who has been The Founders Ga n Circle met hostesses.
from Canada and is the guest of her visiting her son-in-law and daughter on Monday at the hm of Mis. F. A. Thirteen members answered the S of
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Stephens for the Brink. Prior to the meeting, the roll call with New Year's resolutions RADIO RAMPAGE
Mrs. L. R. Rainey, in their home on past month, left Sunday for her
Wauikeenah street. home in Frt Mers
Waken sre.home in Fort Myers. Mrs. R. T. Wallace presided over. Mrs. F. A. Brink, president of Mon- Thursday & Friday-an. 25-26
Capai an Ms. ooardWi- M -the brief business meeting at which ticello G arden Club, ad dressed the o
Captain and sal da last we and Mrs. William Bellinger of membership in the Audubon Society u u t o a o
kerso spent several days lastvnc week T I
witho Mr.end Mevrs.l Wlsliams. Tallahassee have announced the ad- anid the history of the Circle were hor Day this month. She explained So tRoAixeU5UN BR EAD
withoption of a baby girl, who was born discussed the new term "horto-therapy" and Harmony Highway RKO NEWS
They were en route to El Paso, Texas Thursday, January 4th and weighed "Trees For Florida Gardeners" was outlined very interestingly some of its
where Capt. Wilkerson is 14ow sta-SaudyJm2 whoeep. Wlesni twsa 10 1/4 pounds, The baby has been the topic discussed by Mrs. J. R., uses, especially in wartime, for re-a
toned. Hughes, Jr. January is tree-plant-;habilitating body and spirit through
Mr. and Mrs. Doris P. Gandy, ofBeth ing month as evidenced by the fact gardening.
Mr.anMs.DoisP.Gadyo that Arbor Day is observed annually Mrs. Geo. Mills conducted a con- CartoonTallahassee, are parents of a son,
bornahsJanuar 11t.rTet bfa hson Dr .and Mrs. E. S. Osborne of at this time. Mrs. Hughes urged all test of identifying flowers familiar From Hand To Mon. SERIAL OI~i20-02. LOAF
born January 11th. The baby hasCicem brsthortisdy o
been named Anthony Pierce. Mrs. Weatherford, Texas, announce the this locality. The prize for this
whose history she sketched, by plant- Iwent to Mrs. Emerson Ridgeway. LATE SHOW -FOR SALE HERE AT
Gandy is the former Sarah Matthews arrival of a daughter on Wednesday, ing at least one tree. She continued of Monticello.Jaur10h ThyhvnaethThhotsesevddlcuse-o
of ~~bb Motcll.Jnar1th Threy have namoedh her discussion by describing suitable freshments consisting of coffee, sand- Casanova Br w Pig4 VTigghy
bay ath are Ms Obrntypes of trees according to their use- wihe andrl cokesiihgayCoprgTrslWih
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schenk of before her marriage was Miss Marie Georgetown, S. C., who have been Willis, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. H. fucnes Firstlae The o ls be_______________low______visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joe R. Hughes, W. Willis, former residents of Mt se Jr., at El Destino Plantation, have cello, given careful consideration since th
home owner can have his own holi
gone to Tallahassee and are staying day greens. This is in line with good
at the Cherokee Inn. Captain and Mrs. Joe Eaton
son, Joe Jr., of Miami and Mr. and' A second group of trees embraces tZ e u y SyCUH
Dr. Edwin G. Williams, of Lexing- Mrs. Jack Yaeger and daughters, the that are useful icor uDl
ton, Ky., is visiting his mother, Mrs. Isabel and Charlotte, of Tallahassee sn and llu J. F. Williams, and other relatives were visitors in Monticello Saturday. Pines, oaks, flowering fruits and nut At Almost Instantly you get the ourhere and in Tallahassee. Dr. Wil- They were guests of Mrs. T. L. Clarke ounces employment of
-right away It loosens u hc
liams, is senior surgeon at the U. S. who is a sister of Mrs. Yaeger and of this locality. choking phlegm-opens up clogged
Public Health Hospital in Lexington. Captain Eaton. Captain Eaton, of Mrs. Pritchett asr t
/ _the U. S. Air Corps, recently return- those that are planted for horticul-oDthn Albm There's real economy in Buckley's
Miss Pat Hadsell, who is employed ed from the European combat zone tural interest. The torreya tree is o season will cnie th
at the naval air station at Pensocola, and with his family is visiting his one such of which several specimens most skeptical.
and Miss June Hadsell, a student at mother, Mrs. A. B. Greene and Mr. have been established in Monticello orl RackicYS "Canadiol" made In
Florida State College for Women, Greene in Tallahassee. though their native habitat seems to .ISlAll others in Australia, New
spent the week end with their par-Zealand, Canada and many other
spn h ekedwt hi a-be in the area embraced in Torreya beuyA countries on merit alone. # At all
ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Hadsell, at State Park.
Tungston. ~ ~ ~ ~ Mr aIN E Mrs.T Willsa Belhnger ofny we N oddU9s

eMrs. Wallace closed the meeting SIMMONS CITY DRUG STORE
with a digest of some of the high-~ .,*. ,
Mrs. C. L. Harrell, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Scruggs enter- ______________i____READ'S____________CASH_________DRUG______ STORE____________her daughter-in-law, Mrs. C. L. Har- tamned with a dinner party, given in rell, Jr., was in Tallahassee, Satur- honor of a newly married couple, Mr. day, to receive the Air Medal award and Mrs. S. L. Scruggs, of Gainesed her son, Sgt. Edwin T. Harrell. yille, who were visiting here. The ceremony was held at Dale Guests were Mr. and Mrs. S. L. You're my kind Havea Coca-Cola
Mabry Field. Scruggs, Mrs. E. G. Piper of Santa
Maria, Calif., Mrs. Rena Sledge, Mrs.
Lt. Col. George W. MbRory, who Emma May and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. recently returned from the European Bishop.M theatre of war, and Mrs. MWRory, of ila Tallahassee, both former residents of T i t on
Monticello spent Sunday afternoon T
here with friends.
apnMr. and Mrs. Henry Hampton anMrs. L. W. Jones spent three ounce the marriage of their daughweeks in New York City recently ter, Mary E. E. Hampton, to George
IsaW. Tappin of Jacksonville, Florida.
withwer vistor inbad Monicll Saturday.s1z"_N

stationed at the Fleet Postoffice The wedding was solemnized at the there. MaM Jones accompanied his home of the bride's parents, near wife home and will remain until Sat Monticello, Sunday afternoon, JanuTordy wen e rturn toNewYor ary 14th at 3 o'clock.
urda whn h reurnsto ew or~ The ceremony was performed by
Rev. D A. Simmons, pastor of Cald vary Baptist Church,
district meeting of the Womna ts Mr. Tappini is the son of Mrs. EmSociety for Christian Service of the ily Tappin of Switzerland, Fla., and Methodist Church, held in Tallahas- is employed by the Gibbs Shipbuild see, Tuesday, are Mrs. L. M. Keen, ing company. Mr. and Mrs. Tappin Mrs. Waldo Harris, Mrs. George are residing at 356 Adams street,
Mills, Mrs. L. A Delp, Mrs. E. S. Jacksonville.
Blair, Mrs. J. D. Martin, Mrs. Joe R. __________Hughes, Jr., Mrs. Joe Carr, Mrs. Te war isn't over
Thomas Folsom, Mrs. T. G. Bishop The Victory isn't won'
and Mrs. Malcolm Morris. The end isn't yet in sight
The boys aren't marching home'
Ed Bobbitt Celebrates BUY another WAR BOND
His Third Birthday CARD OF THANKS

'Ed Bobbitt ,son of Mr. and Mrs. We wish to express our deepest E. Bobbitt, celebrated his third appreciation for the kindness shown .*. or allies enjoy a friendly pause
birthday, Friday afternoon, with a us in the hour of our bereavement of lovely party given by his mother at the loss of our uncle, and also for the There's a friendly phrase that speaks the allied language. It's Have a Coke. i!
their home in East End, many beautiful floral offerings.
During the afternoon the children Mr and Mrs. R. L. Standley Friendliness enters the picture when ice-cold Coca-Cola appears. Over frosty
played with toys on the lawn, and and family.
games were enjoyed. Later the birth- bottles ofic e Cer t
day cake, iced in white and decorat- CHIURACH OF CHRIST hpycso htssraigVon h lb.Cc-oasad o h
ed with lighted candles, was served .Meets at Woeanis Club hpycso htssraigrudtegoe oaCl t~d o h
with ice cream. Each child received pause that refreses,-has become an everyday high-sign of friendliness among
a attractive favor as memento of Sunday Bible School 11 A. M. the party. Evening Worship 7:30 P. M.
Forty little friends helped Ed cele- Thursday, Midweek Service 8 P. M. BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COiAPANY BY to acquire friendly abbreviabrate his birthday. Mrs. Bobbitt was sYou are cordially invited to attend 'tions. That's why you hear assisted in entertaining by her moth- &se services.Wom er, Mrs. Jim Cook, Mrs. Malcolm W. F. McCullough of Tallahassee
Morris and Mrs. Terry Kidder. will preach at both services. 1 Th c-c C.

The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., Friday, January 19, 1945


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A kingdom must have laws, and here we have the laws for Christ's h aet kingdom-the kingdom of heaven- Ingenious London Pilboxes
which He shall one day establish on Deceived Even the Natives
Tabksthis earth. In the Church we have
ythe joy of living as loyal subjects of
Christ, and hence these standards London is now demolishing the .S eIn G aiIY
are for our counsel and guidance.or many pillboxes erected in 1940 to
eThe verses of this greatest of all d defend the city against invasion,
discourses are addressed to those rlsays Collier's. Although concrete et Sthhfa, yeelo gereie frommus cullrain a of I. 'vwho have actually taken Christ as fortiCncations, they were never de- ache -om getl waring e ay cntains up to
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tudes are not a substitute for the the enemy, being ingeniously cam- ohrwdl fee u-n htswyi' Qfs.S
gospel. They are not laws that the ouflaged as newsstands, informa- sothing.idlysfee ins i hts ony genin Ben G ay! .
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9shIels are different-act different.O 1. The Character of the Follower A119 ercgeabl-a combination of of Christ (vv. 3-10). We)rmetale ingredients formulated
,WM50Oyemrsago. Uncoated orcaudy The eight characteristics of the
'~sta Tei acio I dPendabl, Christian here presented are worthy ~enrlyet gentle, as mnillions of of extended individual attention, but R ~ie Proed Get a 25 Con- we can offer only brief suggestions.
wm lOf today. All druggists.1 "Blessed are the poor in spirit"
ImtnTakee Only as directed, speaks of humility as a commendED 70111GIIT, TOMORROW ALRIGHTr able quality. How contradictory the
All-VEGETABLE LAXATIVE present-day philosophy, which calls
for self-assertion and self-reliance. But Jesus was not mistaken. The way into the kingdom of heaven is ~ii~-TA LET-IRnot that of assertive self-sufficiency.
"Blessed are they that mourn,"
The world does not believe that ONE WORD SUGGESTION
r= W RD SGGESION statement. It shuns the house of
FOR ACID INDIGESTION- mourning. It tries without avail to
philosophize away the fact of sorrow. The Christian, on the other hand, feels with his fellow man and thus receives a blessing. One cat really learn from sorrow. i
I walked a mile with Pleasure;
ge otleShe chattered all the way, Bu left me none the wiser
1ARFor all she had to say.
oI walked a mile ith sorrow,
43Sou u And ne'er a word said she
l But, oh, t things I learned from her
Sf "l When Sorrow walked with me.
"Blessed are the meek." Poverty of spirit comes when a man rightly sees himself, and has a sympathetic touch with sorrow. Then he "inSherits the earth," because he tru21 A O MINOR ACHES All ?AtN3 OF ly comes to enjoy it as a place of
m RHEU ATISM service and Christian growth, and
NEURITIS-LUMBAGO not because he has a deed to a singls foot of its soil.
"It is the hunger and thirst for righteousness (v. 6), and not the possession of it, that is blessed" (Plummer). Self satisfied people know nothing of the glory of having atae o r Unger and thirst satisfied by
Jp3l z it lin DRI of lit as ript ci prriact We have here also the Christian's li 32,r. JACKSONVILLE 4. rLORIDA spirit of mercy which invites divineleo mercy; a purity of heart, cleanness of mind, and sincerity of purpose, which enable a man really to see6.01 God even in this impure world; that

oChristlike spirit which makes him a
~rYtiiteHTILSH F peacemaker in a fighting world- OhrS1e
Heyes, that spirit which makes him Nh ync Narer from hot flashes, feel like the Master in sweetly bearing swea, mervoua. a bit blue at tirma ues, to the functional "middle unjustified persecution. These insan" period peculiar to women-try deed are the marks of the man who 3,ytla R. I'ikham's Vegetable Coretarleesuch symptoms. follows Christ as King.
29smeaegissarly-Plnkham's Coin- 1I. The Conduct of the Follower of
-jwrimt~ afrips build up resitane
iBt yuch annoying symptoms. Christ (vv. 43-48). D.
Tnstacbd C~ omeon iels mae There can possibly be no more sehz zf., theukind of 'medi- vere test of aB man's Christian charSo Iiralrlow label directionsae T the manner in which he
LEAL cesso foJnury2

LYME PINIWAM'S c 4PON treats his enemies. Many who passLE Eu
the other tests meet failure (at leastLE US H P YO
in part) at this point.
It is no easy thing to love yourKE P Y U CA
enemies, but it is the standard ofKE P Y U CA
Christ, and He will enable us to live up to it. Now is a good time to ue by M1 1 R V put it into practice, not only personally, but nationally.
OThere can be no- doubt that love
for the brethren will be a more intiN mate and satisfying experience be- 1. orifinor 2. Buffing 3. Repairing
e the urn our affection (v. Inspection Ietone'
46). Any our strict Da-Balance Patches and
k e kingdom or a ensr method
it. Enemies on eta inspection buffing equipthisearth. n tCurchw haeo
ared rd for ou counsel and guidance.A

our love-they persecute us (v. 44). are designed ll fiish combie to
sBut we are still to love them. tto select only traded tires produce the
That love must move us to treat which co- highest qual.
Kinghos ofre thei lives Thsebeti

them kindly and to pray for them. that justify form to the
ne"It be done." highest bal- andbrokenth
savedyforsthis would belabor andute Yes, it can by the grace of God I k' meset
Christ, and it is being done.
We need to exercise care lest we of Christac (vy 3-10). 6 Fna

fall into the easy habit of speaking 4t g
with derision or scorn of the un- A Frestne's 0 tos e
godly that wicked, dissipated )e Gaeb ar goveOnly thosh
neighbor who hangs around taverns by conform to
and other questionable places. Let Firestone's onsons .iresone
YOUR BARN A HOSPITAL' us never condone their sin-that we exclusie developed by

Uyte~epime-tested Dr.Porter's love them and lead them to Christ. V-tac" ~ C aoaois-.-~ r emte
ableve quality How contrdictoylth

ShadeeepheOil on hand always Thi leso isidctda eig4A' ieaet adotole ops h
prsapeay i i c gilepe to with precision strict final
Aw 3xssr barn, for emergency a temperance lesson. The aplia pasege Z equipment. inspection.
vea Xemeeflber, even minor in- tion can only be made indirectly, Juies ae become serious in- but it may have value. The use of ~Awftn maorces if neglected, alcohol is so destructive of every- TIRES
ScethBel, aids natural healing, thing that Is good, that it is quite ChaTces are your veterinarian obvious it is not in accord with usest a e. Nothing like it for m- t tof
mor burns, bruises, cuts, saddle o
Said collar sores, etc. Use only heaven. It is time some church peo- ''4, /' 4 '
pie decided whether they want to belong to the world or belong to w Christ. If the latter is their P pose, webelieve the onllonsistent froalcholea liquorso.

sttet tt Voe thof wiserrvnee fror alcli e ors hadte to say.c f ies "r ody vnnovrN .C

The Monticello News. Monticello. Fla., Fridav. January 19. 1945

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1RHUMAN laxative contained in good old SWLEI-OET
________sin to make it so easy to take/ s:~, ~~"' Z~<'1. MANY DOCTORS use pepsin prassffs
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'~**" But the ignominy of it, Buck, me ownin' a chain of laundries
"Better wax the floor again. I almost didn't slip that time!" back__home!"_


their ammunition and explosives, those who worked steadily onl the Mrs. Willie Pearl Taylor
Service Columnthereby helping to prevn h nm rga r oo olwsmiti- Ms eseTrbl
from pressing home hi atakonoro, a cross being placed after the Mrs. W. W. Wellner
(continued from page 1)
(cntnedfrmpae ) overmatched CVE's. name upon the completion of each Mrs. P. C. Wilkins.
ficers, but he can't get over the idea The squadron shot down 19 enemy 100 hours. The names on this honor In addition recognition should be
he's as good as anyone else. roll are, as follows: given to those named below who have
"He fights when he has to, too. planes in five months.
An ha' wee tal out of the squadron was so effect-~~I70-9 or either moved away or (bed but who
And that's where it all countsup
Hesolinaeag mrcnslle that some of the planes bagged .Mrs. T. L, Clarke, Sr. cnrbtd10o oehuso
He's only an average American sol- wr oti rga:Ms .J
dir ncap btth ddwhnwere shared by three or four fighters. 600-699 hours wr oti rga:Ms .J
dier in camp, but the odds, When Bon r.H .Brhm r.J
stacked up against Germany or Jap- Composite Squadron Ten was led Mrs. L. R. Rainey Hill Johnson, Mrs. Samuel Kidder,
an, are in his favor. 500-599 hours
"He's not a very outstanding fel-- Mrs. A. M. Mash
low, this average soldier picked from 400-499 hours
the ranks. But he's the man who's Mrs E. L. Hamrick
winning the war-he and men just Cofofeyville, Kans.-Flight Officer
Ray S. Bassett, 19-year-old son of 'o lS p l o e
like him."3039hor
like im."Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer W. Bassett of Mrs. F. A. BrinkSu py to e
_v_ Mrs. H. B. Fse
Lieutenant Henry B. Bassett, U.S1) LiutnntHnr B aset, Monticello, Fla., has completed 10 Mr.J .Hnymatter how small the lumps, but has
N.R., of Monticello, Florida, has reN. f onicll, loid, as r iin week of e phooreonnissae pilotAir Mrs. S. C. Walker [ declined 1 o handle the "slack' 'or coal
turned from a tour of duty as pilot Fdust, said Mr Rainey. of a Navy torpedo plane based on a This is the second year of coal rababy flattop, the U.SS. GAMBIERbayfatp h .GMI Flight Officer Bassett received his 200-299 hours Itinning. During the period from ApBAY, which fell victim to strong fr
BA, hihfel iti t srngfiewings and commission at Mather Mrs. J. M. Carr ril 1, 1943 to April 1, 1944 a quota
from Jap battleships and cruisers offMrs. S. D. Clake, Sr. of 90 percent of the coal sold here
Samar Island on October 25. Field, Calif Sept. 8, 1944.
LiutnntBsst, h fe a __ _Mrs. John Cureton in the previous twelve months was
Lieutenant Bassett, who flew an
Avenger, was attached to Composite Pic George T. DeVane spent the Mrs. H. K. Miller set. That same amount was set
I Mrs L. Mulleragain as the quota for this year. But Squadron Ten. He was in the week end here with his wife and parthick of the invasion of Saipan,! ents, returning Monday to the Thorn- Frances Langford, star of radio, stage and screen christens Miss Olive Ulmer due to anl increase of cold weather,
Tinian,Uli Lockheed Bomber March of Dimes at opening of The National Mrs. Bill Williams or to an increase in population, or
Tinin, Gam, eleleuAngur, avill AirBas whee hehas een Foundation for Infantile Paralysis' 1945 Fund-Raising~ Appeal, 109 rbt h ut sehutd n
thi, Leyte and the Philippines. stationed. Mrs. DeVane left Thurs- January 14-31 Mrs. ho many ae are in a d nd
He flew fifty combat missions, day to make her home in Thomas- Mrs. J. B. Bisop Jan in arehensin, a thencldeighteen of which were bombing at- ville while Pfc. DeVane is stationed Mrs. C. Croll est ea t of heyears usually
tacks against enemy personnel and there.
installations% such as gun positions, v -ures shows some interesting facts re- great difficulties under which such Mrs. Ethel Carter found in January and February.
pillboxes and blockhouses. On five Lt. Wallace McLeod, Lt. Roland guarding the length of time over which work is carried on namely: the weak Miss Ivie Connell J. L. Anderson has sold 8 cars;
of these missions his plane was hit'Glines, Lt. Roger S. Harrison and Lt. the volunteers worked and the work is carried on namely: the weak Mi s. Arthur Curtis L. R. Rainey, 5 cars, and Henry Luman dmaedb Jp nt-arrat ndMr.Carl Quillan, all of Fort amount of time they invested in this average volunteer. Mrs. N. S. Curtis her company 2 cars this year, and
and week end work. Thirty-eight registered on one This fact is further emphasied by Mrs. H. W. Fraser these were the entire quota for the
Benning, Ga., spent the wekedday but never returned while 27 the figures on time invested in the Mrs. T. B. McDonaldyer
In the Peleliu campaign hte helped!hrasgetofL.M ed'sieya.
knc t feeou caemank anhepd, heres-ld guess of d Lt.m~o ister others worked on only two days. Of work. Fifty-four volunteers regis- Mrs. J. D. Martin Monticello residents will do well
knock out four enemy tanks and r those who began working when the termed for under 5 hours; another 67 Mrs. Charles Moore to conserve carefully every available
therebyg rp a tank aack on-u program was established in 1942, 18 put in from 5 to 25 hours. On the Mrs. J. W. Pate lump of coal and to use wood where
inadimntros In thac e apa bmenrRed Cross 'W ork- did no work after the close of that other hand 20 registered for from Mrs. Arthur Phillips !possible in order that the coal supgaemntheataceda apbobeyear. The largest single group, 56, 100 to 200 hours; 7 for 200 to 300 Mrs. Emerson Ridgeway !ply be stretched as far as possible.
which his turret gunner shot down. worked during the year 19413 only hours; 6 for 3 00-400 hours; and one Miss Louise Sattler It is hoped that favorable action
He took part in the fierce battle (continued from page 1) while 20 worked only in the year each in the range of 400, 500, 60ai and Mrs. G. W. Stocking Illb bando h eus o
off Sarar when he flew his Avenger was established in August, 1942 un- 1944. These data sho u700 hours. To give recognition to Mrs. J. W. Summit an emergency quota.
through intense anti-aircraft fire to der the chairmanship of Mrs. L. R. attack Jap cruisers. When his am- Rainey. This work is but one type munition and expluosives were ex- carried O under the production prohausted he courageously continued gram of the American Red Crss. Mrs. S * * ** ~ .~
to harrass the enemy by making dum- S. D. Clarke is the production chairmy runs on their warships, thereby man of this Chapter.
impeding the enemy attack on our The area office discontinued surbaby carriers. gical dressings work with the corLieutenant Bassett was the execu- pletion of all assigned quotas for the tive officer of his squadron. year 1944. The reason for so doing
Composite Squadron Ten partici- was that a stockpile had been accumpated in many of the most bitterly ulated with the aid of the Red Cross contested invasions in the Pcific. volunteers so that commercial manIt helped to convoy the transports ufacturers of surgical dressings can to the invasion areas and it bombed now meet current needs of the Army. atiey officed ofnhi sqadacon e-teRdCoswllr-ciaeti H

and strafed a path for the infantry Should the need exceed this supply, as they landed and advanced onl en-thRe iswllr-cvt hs
emy-held islands. program.
The busiest day for Composite Ten The volunteers in this chapter was October 25 when it fought in made and shipped a total of 344,065 the fierce air-sea battle off Samar dressings of the -folded type. ExcluIsland. From an hour before dawn sive of those who have died or moved until well after dark its fighter and away, 195 women registered at the torpedo planes drove at Jap warships, surgical dressings workroom. An even after they had exhausted all analysis of the daily registration figthe1rebywhelpin to reen th enemy

~ Not Heed This OPA i
from Warning Run the Risk o
of Not dotting Now 1
planes ifv mots Th te

w on Delay s

dictatorships were faced for after all, that is one of tee tplhegs
REC PPI G ith the task of distributing we are fighting for the right of the

food and goods made scarce by war individual to survive, and not be swa

Ne Coriflcaf. Needed emergencies, they went about it in their lowed the state.

typical manner in which the rights of

the public were ruthlessly thrust aside. And so, on this Third Anniversary
iof the War Price and Rationing Boards,

2e.9 But we do things differently in the it is fitting that they be given all acclaim
RUnited States. Three years ago, you, for doing one of the necessary, if not

your friends and neighbors VOLUN. pleasant, jobs, of the war in a truly
Monicelo Fla., hAIopetd1

LaundryCase KIT 68C TEERED to tackle the job without pay. American Way.
For home or cars
adhesive, mercy urocliroe, After all, you said, we're all in this to
awa fom ore.,at89 bandages, sterile cotton,ge eritsupousoslv th epob
wings andm commssio atMathe

For tudets r wokersgae Georg eT. Deaeset ththe O ~ ~ IG T C.

proof. A ----.- lems together. In teAmerican Wa. FLOMKDA O R; FI L-.1N

Finwe eua kity end Stykw i

Impiarial Countless hours have been given to
SA T eliminate potential injustices, to satisfy,

CVsl as far as possible, the demands and
needs of every one. and in our disStintly American manner, every case

Shas been treated as an individual one