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The Monticello news
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Scouters Attend Governor Proclaims Farm Loan Group Brownout Order Is

Annual Meeting of Public Health Day WASHINGTON Sets Feb. 7th For Effective Here On

Suwannee Council In Honor of Nurses War Finance Division January 17, 1945 Annual Meeting First of February
The Monticello News,
N. S. Curtis, Richard H. Simpson, Governor Millard F. Caldwell has GMeontiel, Florida. The annual meeting of the Live J. A. Krug, chairman of the War
Cleo Richter, Julius Goldberg and formally called on Florida to doff her The Sixth War Loan was the most successful sales program in Oak National Farm Loan Association Production Board, today announced
Mrs. Alice Walrath were local Scout- hat today to her 300 public health the history of the world-total sales amounted to $21,621,000,000 J will be held at 10:45 o'clock A. M. in a nation-wide "brownout" order efers who attended the annual meeting nurses, those women who are going Preliminary Treasury figures show that a greater amount of news the Airth Building at Live Oak, Flor- fective February 1, 1945, prohibiting
of the Suwannee River Council held quietly about their duties these work- and editorial space was devoted to the Sixth Drive, than to any other. ida, on February 7, 1945, S. T. Tatum, certain specified types of electric at Wakulla Lodge, January 18th. crowded, wartime days with lack of That news, was made by news. In every department the press secretary-treasurer, has announced, lighting as one phase of the program
During the election of officers in public acclaim. of the Nation pounded away with powerful front page stories-edi- A feature of the meeting will be a to alleviate the critical fuel shortage.
the business session Richard Simp- In requesting the governor to pro- torials-special articles-comic strips---comic panels-editorial car- round-table discussion of farm land Utilities Order U-9, the new reson was chosen as one of the vice- claim Public Health Nursing Day, toons-special features-pictures, etc., with the urgent message of values and a sound investment pro- striction, virtually eliminates use of
presidents of the council for 1945. Dr. Henry Hanson, state health offic- The proof of the power of that tremendous support by the press gram. During the session two direct- electricity for outdoor advertising,
A splendid program was presented er, said: "Like other registered gradu- is shown in the final sales figures of the greatest of all money rais- ors will be elected and financial and ornamental and display lighting.
at the meeting and was planned by ate nurses, a public health nurse aids ing programs-the Sixth War Loan Drive. To say that newspapers other reports on the 1944 period will "It is estimated that the order will
Elwyn Thomas, justice of the Florida in the treatment of sickness. But her played a vital part in that great effort is not enough. The job that be made by President J. L. Sullivan. save 2,000,000 tons of coal annually," Supreme Court, program chairman. chief concern is its prevention. She they did in answer to America's call for funds represents an accom- The association's office is located Mr. Krug said. "This is approximateThe meeting was held in conjunction is both nurse and health -teacher. plishment that is well worthy of special recognition. in the Airth Building in Live Oak, ly 10 percent of the 25,000,000 ton
The free press of our Nation has demonstrated again that there Floria an0ade eea adbtmiosca osrainga
with a banquet at the Lodge. She promotes not only the physical is no limitation on what it can accomplish when voluntarily united Flor a,ad handles Federal land bituminous coal conservation goal
Approximately 300 Scouters and health of her patient, but his mental, in a common cause for the benefit of mankind. The American people bank loans in the following counties: mentioned by James F. Byrnes, directguests were present at the banquet, social and emotional well-being as should feel proud of the job that you have done. Baker, Columbia, Duval, Hamilton, or of War Mobilization and Reconwhich was named "Scoutmasters Ap- well. Because sickness is often close- The imprtance of War Bond sales cannot be overemphasized. Jefferson, Lafayette, Madison, Nas- version, on January 10." Justice
preciation Banquet" in tribute to the ly allied to social or economic prob- As some of our leaders have said on many occasions, "Next to the sau, Suwannee and Taylor. Byrnes had requested voluntary curfine work done by Scoutmasters of lems, she helps bring together all actual fighting, the War Bond Program is the most vital part of our ailment of unnecessary lighting,
the council. community resources needed for solv- war effort." pending issuance of this order.
Your cooperation with the Treasury through the Allied News- S uhsAdvantages Effective February 1, under terms
E. Urner Goodman, of New York, ing these problems. To do this, she paper Council and the Newspaper Editorial Advisory Committee, both y
director, division of' program, Boy Iworks closely with hospitals, health under the chairmanship of Frank E. Tripp, is proving most helpful by of the new WPB order, no electricity
Scouts of America, was the main and welfare agencies and many other to our program, and all of us here at the Treasury sincerely appre- Stressed Speaker may be used for the following purspeaker at the banquet ,and chose as groups. She is a respected commun- ciate the outstanding support that newspapers are giving this vital avti and out-poses:
his topic, "The Road After Victory." ity leader-an essential link in a total cause. 1. Outdoor advertising and outMr. Goodman pointed out that the community health problem." Sincerely, door promotional lighting.
coming year will present many new From its beginning, the Jefferson Special Consultant, Dr. Edgar L. Morphet, director of 2. Outdoor display lighting, except
problems and challenges which can County Health Unit has had one nurse War Finance Division. administrative finance, state depart- where necessary for the conduct of
be -met in Scouting only by faith, de- on the staff. She has made a valu- ) ment of Education, was guest speak- the business of outdoor establishtermination and courage. "Scouting able contribution to the public health Ioer at the Kiwaens Club regular lunch- ments.
has the green light" was the theme program with special reference to on meeting Wednesday. 3. Outdoor decorative and Outdoor
for the council meeting, and com- maternal care and child hygiene. On Final Tabulation Work or Jail Drive Dr. Morphet was introduced by Past ornamental lighting.
plete organization and development January first a second nurse was em- T i* District Governor, Richard H .Simp- 4. Show window lighting, exc"
ang lines of training, advancement, played. The people of t c uOn tn War Loan in Results in Freeing son, who announced a series of guest where necessary for interior illumhealth and safety, camping, activities, now may anticipate more intensive and Streets of Loafers speakers to tell Kiwanians about the nation.
organization and extension was urg- public health nursing service. Thru Ounty StateS various departments of the state gov- 5. Marquee lighting in excess of 60
ed. teaching people how to keep well and ernment. Mr. Simpson is a member watts for each marquee.
In addition to Mr. Goodman's ad- in helping prevent epidemics these Final tabulations of sales of bonds There have been no arrests on the of the citizens committee on educa- 6. White way street lighting in exdress, short talks were made by two nurses actually save the time of doc- in the 6th War Bond Campaign Work or Jail ultimatum served by tion. cess of the amount determined by
army officers present. Col. C. C. tors and nurses otherwise required whibh closed last month reveal that the Town of Monticello, reports May- Dr. Morphet commended the Citi- local public authority to be necessary Scott, commanding officer of Dale for the treatment of sickness. They Jefferson county, in common with*48 or Richard H. Simpson. "Through zens Committee on Education for its for public safety. Mabry Field, Tallahassee, paid trib- relieve the pressure on the hospitals of the state's 67 counties went over the cooperation of the public and the diligence and enthusiasm. Calling at- 7. Outdoor sign lighting, except for: ute to the 18 Eagle Scouts who were by making it possible for many peo- the top in selling the quota assigned work of Chief of Police E. S. Wright, tention to the advantages (a) Directional or identification in attendance. General W. H. Hol- ple to be cared for at home. They them. Ithe streets have been cleared of loit- of this southern region signs required for fire and police procomb, commanding officer of Camp teach families how to take care of Jefferson county's total sales were erers, without the necessity of jail- with reference to soil, tection, traffic control, transportaGordon Johnston, who was introduced their own sick and thus save nursing $174,658.00, while the quota assigned ing anyone," said Mayor Simpson. climate, sunlight, and rain tion terminals or hospitals; or direcas a Burma campaigner, and one of and medical time for the more criti- here was $137,000, making the coun- One has only to look up and down fall, he said that this tional or identification signs for any
the officers who made the famous cal cases. ty's response to the drive 127%. the streets of Monticello to find that 'should be the richest region in the (continued on page 4)
march from Burma with General Jefferson County gives recognition In the sale of "E" bonds, however, the statement is true. If there are nation. Yet, he said, it is the poorStillwell, paid tribute to the Scout- to the public health nurses of the the county fell short of its quota, Zor any able-bodied men not working est; it has the lowest educational Waste Paper Will Be masters and Cubmasters and their country and more especially to Mrs. the first time. A goal of $65,000 these days, they are keeping them- standard; the lowest level of living contribution to Scouting."E" bonds for the county was set, but selves well out of sight and the lowest level of health. This
sales amounted to 73% of that fig- Chief Wright has kept on continu- is due to several factors: (1) tradi-C Te vet eda awretd foeSvr 'ut arrainderand shskiSyflv serbic whiEn od o h onywssebtsle eloto h oetlvlo elh h
Beaver, a medal presented for out are rendering such skillful service in ure, or $47,564. ous patrol and his vigilance has re, tion; (2) the 'depletion of resources,
(Continued on page 8) this county. The state total sales were $161,- sulted in a great improvement in the especially timber and soil, because of F
153,766, or 127% of the quota of 'situation, the acceptance of the idea of abund$127,000,000. Florida also raised Mayor Simpson states that the ance; and (3) lack of education along The negro Boy Scouts report that 118% of its "E" bond quota, selling chief of 'police will be glad to secure the line of everyday living, continued approximately 4,000 pounds of waste Interesting items of Jef- $36,599,217 in bonds, where its "E" jobs for anyone wanting a job, and Dr. Morphet. paper were collected in their drive
ferson County Boys and quota was only $31,000,000. that he will also cooperate with any The speaker cited Denmark as a last week. Scoutmaster Mitchell
Service Colum n Girls in Service. The figures are very satisfying to employers having trouble keeping shining example of what can be done Scott is planning another collection
David M. Winans, Jefferson county [men on the job. with poor advantages by an informed within a few weeks, and urged everychairman, to W. W. McEachern, state population and proposed more prac- one to save paper and have it ready
Sgt. Joseph B. Shuman has return- I Private O'Neal Beckwith who has chairman and other workers, all of tical education which would prepare for the boys at that time.
ed to Quantico, Virginia, after a short served twenty-five months with the whom admit that the campaign was Home Demonstration students to conserve and utilize the Arrangements have been made for visit here during his father's illness, armed forces has received his dis- the hardest yet. available resources, a dry place for storage of the paper,
During October and November the Oommittees We lack skilled workers in many and the boys plan to collect it regPfc. Willie Poppell of Drew Field, charge and returned to Monticello, state suffered some damage from F fields; we ship much of our products ularly. Lack of these two facilities Tampa, is spending a 15-day furlough Tuesday, to resume civilian life. hurricane, and unseasonable cold Appomted For Year to be processed elsewhere and re- have discouraged the saving of waste
with his wife in Wacissa, and his When discharged he was serving with weather, which destroyed crops of turned with the added cost of pro- paper here in the past.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Poppell, the 126th bakery company at Fort fruit an dvegetables. Despite this The Senior Demonstration County cessing and two-way transportation, The armed forces need salvaged of Lamont. eonar issouri. disadvantage the 6th War Bond cam- Council held its regular meeting on said the speaker. paper for containers in greater quanSgt. Burl Poppell, who recently pain went over the top. Tuesday, January 23rd. As a remedy, Dr. Morphet proposed tity than ever before, and every bit
completed three years' service with Lt. Col. George Whitfield McRory The meeting was called to order by a more generous school budget, a of paper should be put to useful serthe A.A.F. in the Southwest Pacific, of Tallahassee, Florida, veteran of the meing was. cale order b longer school term and more atten- vice, and then saved to be salvaged
is also at home on furlough with his service in France, Belgium and Ger- 0 the p ngled Banne wat tion paid to training in skills- To for these containers
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Poppell are many with the Seventh Army is con- determine thees costmes oa sc a" a
delighted to have these two soldier valescing at Finney General Hospital. Seat I opnnin ong. Doothy Coooned quate education to each county, salsons at home at the same time. Lt. Col. McRory served in t In the devotional. The club from each aries, transportation, capital outlays
V- Quartermaster Corps and has been Ccommunity brough in their record for buildings and similar expenditures
Private Artis Connell is spending a decorated with the Bronze Star Medal Retains Seniority books which will be compiled into a would have to be taken into account. I H EALTH NS
fourteen-day furlough at home with for meritorious service in support of 1943-1944.VisitorsoatcthermeetingowererLtisitDr. F.tA. BrinkgDireetor
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Con- active combat operating from June 7, Washington-(Special) .-Congress- John Anderson, home from the Euronell, of Wacissa. Pvt. Connell is 1944 to June 20, 1944, in France. He man Bob Sikes has taken the oath The president appointed the follow- n erof war prior to going Why You Should Be Immunized
stationed at Fort McClellan, Ala. also wears three Campaign stars on of office as a member of the 79th ing committees and explained their to Miami, and A. o. Sellers of the
_V---- ETO Ribbon and Am Def Medal. Congress. It will be his third term duties: Security Mills, Thomasville, Georgia. Prevention of communicable disGunners Mate 2/c James W. In- While in France Lt. Col. McRory as representative from the third dis- Finance: Mrs. D. L. Monroe, Mrs. Eleven enthusiastic Monticello Ki- eases is always looked upon as a
gram, who recently returned to the was present at the funeral service of trict of Florida. JFlower Show: Mrs. Douglas Saw- wanians took off for the inter-State public health measure. Health workStates after overseas duty,' is spend- Brig. Gen. Theodore Roosevelt, Jr. The Congressman recently returned Fer show: Mrs. Glas S meeting on Wednesday evening in ers proceed with control measures on
ing a 10 day leave here with his par- His description of the ceremony was, from a special duty mission with the Arrants. Tallahassee. that basis, but the development of
ents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Ingram. "It is something you will never for- U. S. Army in the European theatre. Rr R. A. Gray, Secretary of State, will ways to protect the individual, even
v- get. Those men waiting to go for- There he served with Supreme Head- Record Book: Mrs. Jennings Cook- be the speaker on January 31st. in the presence of an epidemic, places
Fireman 2/c Robert Cone, U. S. ward into action from which many quarters and in the field, aiding in sey, Mrs. McDaniel. The Committee on Boys and Girls responsibility on the individual. The
FreanMrnlfFrdyfrf War Work: Mrs. W. B3. Edwaids, *h omte nBy n il epniiiyo h niiul h
Merchant Marine, left Friday for of them never return stayed and the development of plans for the util- will meet on Monday night at 8 p.m. protective inoculations safeguard both
Brunswick, Ga., to report for duty watched the solemn interment of a ization of a new branch of the U. S. Mrs. J. W. Edwards, Mrs. Rollins. in the Court House. T. B. Bird is the public and the individual. The
after a visit here with his mother, general they often had heard of but armed forces. Nominating: Mrs. Thomas Green, chairman with Jim Cooksey and J. wise, the foresighted individual takes
Mrs. Lorene Cone and other relatives. never had seen." Sikes' reports on his work have Mrs. W. H. Walker, Mrs. J. I. Walker. Ed. Dukes, members. no needless chances with his health-V Lt. Col. McRory said "The .treat- been presented at the White House Julius Goldberg gave a very inter- __his life. Fire insurance does not prePvt. Clifford A. Cooksey paratroop- ment and evacuation of patients from and at the War Department. Since esting talk on why we have the March vent fire, life insurance does not preer, stationed at Camp Croft, Spartan- the front is excellent. The company much of this dealt with secret plans of Dimes and the great need' of many Stock Yard Report vent death but health insurance by
burg, S. C., is spending a 10 day fur- aid men deserve great credit for their and staff information, he has issued more dimes to help care for infantile inoculation does prevent sickness and
lough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. courage and interest in the wounded. no public statement on it. He has paralysis research work. A very wet buying day, Monday, death.
Ben Cooksey in theit home near Mon- The doctors work unceasingly. The stated, however, that he will come- The meeting then adjourned for a resulted in a light run of cattle and Without vaccination, smallpox ticello. nurses work right along with them, ment on various phases of the war covered dish luncheon. I hogs. At a good sale, hogs sold about would be ever with us, as it was be-v_ many work without sufficient sleep effort soon. After the lunch hour the president a half cent higher and cattle sold fore the discovery of vaccination in
Sgt. George T. Davis arrived Fri- or rest for several days at a time, Sikes will retain his place on the introduced Dr. F. A. Brink who gave strong compared with last week. No 1798.
day from the Army Air Base at Myr- and a number have been killed or Military Affairs Committee which he a very instructive talk on commun- real good cattle here. Without typhoid inoculations, most
tie Beach, S. C., where he is stationed wounded in the execution of their left to go into the service. Upon his cable diseases in our county and the Best cattle here .S-.- 8 to 11.00 people would, sooner or later, have and is spending an 18-day furlough duty." I. return his seniority in Congress was great need of prevention. Best cows 8 to 11.00 typhoid fever, as they did at the turn
here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Before entering the service in Nov- restored by a special vote of the Mrs. Brink gave a preview of the Medium cows 5 to 8.00 of the century. Tom Davis. Sgt. Davis has been in ember 25, 1943, Lt. Col. McRory was membership. He has been given an Red Cross work in Jefferson County Bulls . 6 to 10.C Without diphtheria inoculation, the service for three years and was auditor in the state comptroller's of- inactive status in the army but has for this year. Calves 6 to 12.50 diphtheria would take the lives of
stationed in the Panama Canal Zone. fice in Tallahassee, Florida. He at- retained his commission so that he Miss Ruby McDavid, district home No real good calves here many children and cause distressing
_V- tended the University of Florida and will be available for further service demonstration agent, gave a very Heavy No. 1 hogs .13.00 sickness of many others as it did up
C/M Guerdon R. Foster, after graduated in 1917. If needed. inspiring talk in which she outlined No. 1 hogs -. 13.95 to the time, of World War I.
spending several days in Monticello His wife is the former Miss Sarah the program of work for 1945. 1o. 2 hogs .13.50 Now we have a good whoopingwith his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. R. MacKenzie of Leesburg, Fla. StANo. 3 hogs .-.---.---. 12.10 cough preventive. It is so good that
Foster, Sr., and other relatives and IV- Semester Exams Are On More than four million school chil- No. 4 hogs 11.45 the state furnishes the vaccine free
friends, left this week for Louisville, Atlantic City, N. J., Jan. 17.-Eddie No School Paper Today dren in the United States eat bal- No. 5 hogs _. 10.50 to doctors and health departments.
Ky. Foster recently received a med- Johnson of Route 2, Box 22, Monti- anced hot school lunches at school Light No. 5 hogs .- 10.10 Can you afford to take chances
ical discharge as the result of injur- cello, Florida, son of Oscar Johnson every day. 'Roughs 8to12.00 with health and life? Have you been
ies received in an accident while serv- of the same address, has recently re- Due to the prevalence of semester Feeder pigs.6 to 12.00 immunized? If not, see your family
ing with the SeaBees in the South- turned from service outside the con- examinations at the Monticello High Victory gardening in 1945 should physician or go to the health departwest Pacific. His wife, 1st Sergeant tinental limits of the United States School, the staff of the Jeffersonian equal or exceed that of 1944, say Our system of rationing isn't so ment and get your "health insurEthel P. Foster, is stationed at Fort and is now temporarily stationed at is omitting the weekly publication agricultural leaders interested in ob- bad. Suppose you had to save up ance." Oglethorpe, Ga. I (Continued on page 5) from this issue. taming maximum food production, Ipoints to get a haircut. BE WISE, IMMUNIZE!

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The Monticello News. Monticello, Fla. Friday. January 26, 1945



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THE STORY THUS FAR: Zonle Corey, she were amused, "have been rather them, but it took the form of an ag- Released by WVestern Newspaper Union. L.trnub.
who Is In love with Paul Duncan, Is rain- curious about you, Mr. Stromberg. ionizing ache. She tried to stand UP. lovenumber goaded into taking a job she does not I have the greatest respect and ad- There were sharp cramping pains in want, helping edit the memoirs of his January So
grandfather, Admiral Duncan. Aboard
ship bound for Hawaii she Is thrown over- doing here in Hawaii. You are not support her. SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK
'board, but Is rescued. After landing, on my side-but I always admire If she could stand up, she could Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se- .'y.530 South Wells St. Chicago 7, Ill.
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Through the window. She Counotl of Reious Education; used bytheesu
Pteve, with whom Zorie now Is in love, Mr. Stromberg smiled. His face could crawl away and hide some permission. r*. plotting with Winthrop Lanng. Bellev- became red, where. It was her only chance.
Hee thls bu 1s capture bnin "This girl Mr. Lanning be She made another effort at getting LOYALTY TO THE KINGDOMStve
suddie notemutis hr h a.up. Hrlegs gave way. When she LESSON TEXT-Matthew 6:33; 7:12, 16-29. .___.___.__.___.___.
Is told she will not see the sunrise. "Hendley," Mr. Stromberg said tried to grasp the seat of the chair GOLDEN TEXT-Seek ye first the King. Pierre, who threw Zonle overboard, an- impatiently, "I told you to go out and and push herself up, her hands dorn of God, and His righteousness; and all nivs t te abi ad ant hr klld, watch at that window." slipped off. They had no strength. these things shall be added Unto y u.and elais th dath taewt Steve d
t o tMr. Planning shrugged and walked Flashes of pain went through them.
am si to know how Panting, she rested a moment. In the kingdom of Christ therebreat
"I The three men were arguing. must be 'unquestioned loyalty. If Relief, eix This
CHAaTER XVIII you escaped from the firing squad," Zone saw the kitchen door slowly then He is the King of our lives, we
said Mr. Stromberg. c opening. She thought it was being as Christian men and women will Syrup,at Home
"Keep away from that girl!" Mr. "But, Mr. Stromberg, is it open by the wind, but there want to live in accordance with

brai wasing cleark again Shevhear Planning shouted. tomary for you to subject your was no wind, His blessed will.
Pierre sucked in his breath guests to such indignities? Am I a A man appeared. He came lurch- Loyalty to Christ leads to the best mothere'soabld hoe mtur oura
through swollen wet lips and backed wild beast that might spring on you ing into the doorway. A knifelike kind of living. It surpasses any ex- mout the probably used bte mort eawyfrom her, three powerful men and destroy pain seemed to twist her heart. The perience of loyalty to a cause or a f ~ est, itd ispentll fone ohmst du-e
eto colds. Once tried, you'll swe by it. teroe aed hrstrenl ery, Misi man stood, swaying, with his head human personality. Instead of binway, rnwdhrsrnt.Hr "I am so sorry, MisBoland! Pl agn. tiein or liitn ot's noeopet Vstiro ule at galakeda sygr
Hrain was clear again. She heard erre Untie Miss Bolan' hands and
the soft of. rain on the roofee atoce"is head, is face, itScoiin opens wide the grand vistas of a and one cup of water a few moments
'Waft H until dissolved. No cooking is needed
dled .Or you can use corn, syrup or liquid
and the silver wires again ang Pierre severed Mr.were a mass of shining purple-red ateh wrhhie It is a
fo theaebudhrfethe h cords that mud. What she could see of his lifellOdrd(:3.Nwpt2.ucso ie:it
frmte ae.bound her writs. ther lhegcrs were facender b ews atee Much of the distress in which men Charming Nightgown pint bottle, and add your syrup. This
ST erer cuthim sr Blooe ndn women fin theseve is leg ASY to make and-easyito.aun-dkes a full pint of truly splendid
the room. He said vigorously, "What numb to the knees, and her arms and md
Zorie lookedcrour mes a m you mo
anare not well ordered. They it keeps perfectly and ses fine.

Hel saw oepai, he said.rhy okhrhnsfo eidhr emnld
WHat s thi rlH doing hr?"y They hung down limp, blue-white Zonie stopped the scream as it a constant flurry of uncertainty, in- in a flowered rayon crepe or satin And you'll say it's really arnazig
P'ire srdtoin talk, bute Mr. and uselesshipeed decision and disorder. They have or in soft pastels. Tie with velvet hold prc tol. Ito loosn thel ptegke

Asd heles explainedy Mr. Strombergphlgm
Pitromesrg c olk ut hirt. .ed The dawn was growing brighter. "Steve! Steve!" no proper center for their lives, and or taffeta ribbons in rich colors, soothes the Irritated membranes, and
Strobergcuthim hor. "Hnd-The prickling sensation had reached He carried in one hand two metal consequently they are lopsided and It makes a treasured gift for birth- helps clear the air passages. Thus it ley," he said, "what is the meaning her wrists and ankles, was begin- objects so covered with red mud lacking in real usefulness. days, showers or trousseaux. eases breathing, and lets you sleep.
ef this?" that it was hard to recognize them. See how delightfully right is the andine: is a special compound of
Zore looked about for another proven ingredients, in concentrated
dform, well-known for its Prompt Trnan, but Mr. Leaning answered. "I strdaae laiy h xeineadatvt faflo-ction on throat and bronchial memi r pan e realized that he was so groggy he er of Christ. He is
wicould hardly stand. He must have interests of His kingdot tent. te U r F
As he explained, Mr. Stromberg been lying hl conscious in mud all first in thought. Hd w every way.
grew more and more grim. this time. He must have called on is the rule of life. Other things

Ifasl cudoyhl Stromberg ate theiore dinner parris tsuperhuan effort to keep this ap- Well, all that is necessary, God adds our 48 states were once ruled by
here . .If she could somehow hold them all here! Long before.

Andnte if hise resoin brougtthi
this, her disappearance from Ulu- He stood, swaying drunkenly, star- When the c tries all or part of the areas of
wehi must have attracted attention. Ing at Zonie out of bloodshot, blurred everything else is right-when that 0 states having been under Great
If the admiral had recalled how . -- blue eyes. With his head sagging, is wrong, all is wrong. is your life Britain, 25 under France, 19 under
Insistent Steve had been on having Ihis arms limply beside him, his centered in Christ? lpin 8 under Mexico, 4 under
Basil Stromberg at the dinner par- whole body caked with mud, he was 11. Kind (7:12). the Netherlands, and 2 under Swety, then he would have the key to even more frightening than Pierre Spiritual principles spply to daily den.
the mystery. The admiral would first had been living, to our attitude toward our
look for Mr. Stromberg at his planta- Steve Duncan came lurching to- fellow men. Here we have the so
tion house. Not finding him there, ward her. He moved as deliberate- called Golden Rule. It is not the
be would logically look for him here. ly, as stiffly, as clumsily as a robot, way of salvation; it is a summary
And if his reasoning brought him He paused beside her and peered of the teaching of the law and prophhere, it was safe to assume that he into her shocked white face. He ets. But it does provide us with a
would bring help. dropped one of the revolvers or pis- splendid principle of daily conduct.
Mr. Planning was still lucidly ex- tols into her lap. Our active concern each day and
planning. rumbling voice, he in every touch with others is to be,
"Why," Mr. Stromberg broke in, said: "Use this, baby." "How would I like them to deal with
hvdid you leave that car in front of Her relief was so great that a me? Let me do thus to them."
this house?" spasm of hysteria shot through her. That is a higher standard than you E:I a

I'wll give youtheMr adressai ofl aot avn l
eHe staggered drunkenly past her think until you really try it.

"Cometh along, Pierre, Mr.Lan
aiand into the living-room. A sense Christ can enable you to for ur anniversary ju
"I attended to it. You have been of warmth and strength flowed mag. III. Fruitful (7:16-20). to hear 'em rave about your
very careless. Hedley. Savoyard, ically into her. Steve Duncan was, Two fruit trees or vines may look
why weren't you on watch? An army alto xr ok ay
c ha a in suddenly, more than a man that almost alike until the fruit appears,
ol.she loved. He was Man-the un- and then we learn the true char- MARY: Pshaw, no trouble at a
two have placed me in an extremely defeatable. Beaten and battered and actor of each-whether good or bad. But they did turn out nice.
a n tin You left for dead in the red mud, he Every life brings forth some kind recipe with Flischma
have to get off this island at once. had made himself get up and come of fruit, and in its outward manifes- ellow label Yeast
I will give you the address of a hr.tation the life speaks of the inward the Yeast with
Japanese agent in Waimea. He will She thought: "We'll probably not condition of the life. Unclean and extravitamils c
attend to everything." get out of this alive, but I've seen profane speech, hatred, dishonesty
"Come along, Pierre," Mr. Lan- the most glorious thing in my life, and trickery-these come out of an
Ding said. A man appeared. He. came lurch- I've seen a man who was beaten to evil heart. Righteousness, pure and FLEISCHMANNS IS THE S- ,',
"Wait a moment," said Mr. Ig in the doorway. death refuse to accept it. I've seen kindly speech, thoughtful actions, ONLY YEAST FOR Aonr.
Stromberg. "We have something to a man prove that mankind can't be honest and straightforward dealings THAT AS ADDED AMOUNTS
settle. Hendley, go out there and niing to enter her hands and feet. beaten down! -these speak of the good heart. OF BOTH VITAMINS A AND I' FRESEI EFORIOE
-watch at that window." He turned She tried to lift her hands, but she The man was in the next room, The one whose life is centered in 0 AS WELL AS THE .LTS EIE DTO

"Youd might ask Pierre."WS FO
back to Zore. He shook his head saying in his strange, rumbling, un- Christ (see above) is a vine after VITAMIN COMPLEX.
slowly. "Why," he asked her, "does "Will you tell me," Mr. Stromberg earthly voice: "Hands up-al of God's own planting. His roots strike VITAMINS APLENTrm I-SAI 4OPAGE RECIPE BOOK.
an innocent little thing like you have asked, "how you got out of Oslo you!" deep down into the grace and mercy *THE BREAD ASKETr
to get mixed up in an unholy mess January, 1941?" There was a sudden, short silence. of God, and his fruit is the Christlike this?" "There again," Zoe answered, It was followed by an outburst of like grace of Christian character
She shrugged. "Why not say the "you are embarrassing me. To an- sound. A gun went off. There were (see Gl. 5:22, 23).
fortunes of war?" she answered. swer that question, I would impli- other sounds. '03 G ue713
mirationV forin thewor1yo2vebee

"'That's what I usually say when i Cate innocent people." Zone was trying to pick up the Lip service will not do (v. 21).
,get into these tight corners." He studied her. The prickling revolver or the pistol in her lap. Even an imitation of the real serv-
Mr. Stromberg was staring at her, was extending into Zoie's hands But her hands were useless. She ice of God's people, but rendered
"'What do you mean?" and fingers. She tried to lift her thought of what Steve had done- without the backing of a lifeof faith,
"You might ask Pierre." hands into her lap. She succeeded, the agonies he must have gone will result only in disappointment AnalthsvimnsgrgtItoyubkngwh
"Pierre?" He whirled around, but the pain almost made her cry through to get here, and our Lord's own disavowal (vv. noAgrealtos ithein o rihio alyet baingiha
"She is Ah-nah Boland!" out. She tried to stand up. There oc- 22, 23). 1 ellow label Yeast. A Week's supply keeps in the ice-box.
"That's ridiculous!" Mr. Strom- "Ask her," Mr. Planning's voice curred,'in the next room, a splinter- The opposite of that is equally
berg said. "It's "he stopped. came from the living-room, "any ing sound, and a thump, as a door true. The real child of God works e For your free copy, write Standard Brands Incor-
l~etune bcktoZoequestion in German or French, Mr. bus pn o hit esek fhsLrrated, Grand Central Annex, Box 477, New York
He trne bac toZore. -burt oen. or hrit; h spaksof hs Lrd,7 N. Y.
She tilted her head a little. She Stromberg. Anna Boland, you'll re- She saw them from the window, and calls on His name.
was trying to handle the situation as call, spoke nearly every European There were three of them-Steve, and through it all there is the evi -_______________________________lightly and as boldly as she believed tongue." Pierre and Mr. Lanning, all locked dent ring of sincerity and genuineAnna Boland would have handled it. "But this gil" together, a straining mass of muddy ess which marks it as the real
"You can't possibly be Anna Bo- "Ask her! I insist this girl is not men. Their feet slid about in the thing
land," Basil Stromberg declared. Anna Boland, Mr. Stromberg. I in- red mud. One does not hear much mention
"Anna Boland was shot by a firing sist she is making a fool of you." With a superhuman effort, she these days of hypocrites in the WIIA J ~pA -,U
squad in Berlin six months ago!" Mr. Stromberg got up. His large, picked up the gun in her lap. It church. Perhaps we are too polite
"Maybe," Pierre said. "And four handsome face was suddenly red, slid out of her hand. She reached to speak of them, or it may be that
nights ago, I threw her off the 'Sa- "Very well," he said quietly. He down for a handful of her sun- we think them too obvious to need moll' into the propellers and spoke rapidly to Zonie in German. pleated evening dress. She tried to pointing out. But they are there, drowned her!" He said, in English, "Please answer swab the mud off the gun. going through the motions of a
"But I was not shot in Berlin. that question in either German or She watched the fighting men. She Christian life, talking the language,
And if you will look closely, Mr. French, Miss Boland." wondered where Basil Stromberg and imitating the works, but coml
Stromberg," Zone said demurely, "But this is so childish!" Zoae was. pletely dead spiritually.
"you will see that you have bagged cried. The three men were still locked V. Well Grounded (7:24-29).
rather a rare specimen." It was no use. In the silence, she together, floundering about in the The figure of speech changes. In
"This girl is lying," Mr. Planning would have heard a car if it had mud, with Pierre and Mr. Planning 1 stead of being likened to fruit trees broke in. "Her resemblance to Anna been a mile away. No car was striking at Steve. There was a re- men's lives are said to be like coming. It was obvious that Paul volver in Mr. Planning's right hand. houses, with their various kinds of trouble. It's nothing but an amaz and the admiral had not followed Steve's hand was closed tightly foundations and superstructures. >
ing coincidence. Until the past fort- the line of reasoning she had hoped about Mr. Lanning's wrist. His hand The figure is an interesting and night, she spent her whole life in they would. holding the revolver was above his instructive one. There is only one
the little Middle Western college Mr. Stromberg got up and went head and the revolver was pointing foundation upon which one can build num toe the. kneesstand here arms funa

town of Elleryton-" to the doorway. He turned and d
"That is really so amusing," Zor- looked at her. Pierre stepped away. He reached can no man lay than that is laid,
te said, with a soft, little laugh. "Whoever you are," he said, 111 up for the revolver and pulled it out which is Jesus Christ" (I Con. . "They radioed Berlin, Mr. Strom- am awfully sorry for you. Pierre, of Mr. Planning's hand. Then he 3:11).
berg. What did Berlin say, Mr. come along!" stepped back. He started to circle Therein lies the folly of the modLanning? 'Perhaps it was Anna Bo- "And weave her here in this cab- about them. ernist or liberal. He has denied and
land's double that we shot.' They in?" Pierre protested. Mr. Planning had one arm about rejected the only foundation-and
radioed Elleryton, where I've been "Come with me." Steve's neck. With the hand that yet tries to build a house of Chrismore or less hiding since I got out The two men went into the other had been holding the revolver, he titan character. When the real probof Germany, and Elleryton reported room and joined Mr. Lanning. Their swung repeatedly at Steve's face. loems of life strike, he goes down in t' I/
that I am too smart and a very voices, so low she could hardly hear They spun about in the mud, ruin.
auspicious character." them, came to Zoe. They were, Zone found herself on her feet On the other hand, let no Christian
who has laid a foundation on the such fa HY gelent sly w arm shinBenGay gtives
Mr. Stromberg's steel-blue eyes of course, discussing her, deciding with the automatic pistol in her rock fail to go on and build upon sc atrle rmsml edce.BnGycnan
were now very narrow and alert, her fate. She knew that Mr. Lan- hand. She did not know how she it. Thus grounded, his house of up to2 1/2 times more of twofamous pain-relieving agents,
"This is most interesting," he said. Wing was sorry for her, and she be I methyl salicylate and menthol-know to every doctor
as ed "how you got out ofet O sr in e a d f i h w l t n h u h t e w n n t anf v t e i ey of r d r bi s o i ss n

"So you really are Anna Boland" lived that their better natures had acquired the strength to grasp rain and floods of life seek to tear "Yes," said ZoHe. "I really am would have little weight in their de- the pistol. it down. Of that kind of house we uine, quick-acting Ben-Gay for welcome, soothing relief
Anna Boland." vision. They dared not keep her a She moved with dragging steps read that "it fell not: for it was
He pulled a chair toward her and Iprisoner ind efi tely. They dared toward the living-room. She passed founded upon a rock"
but t panamsVmd.e r

sat down, facing her her ree. They must give through the doorway. She saw Mr. This lesson will afford Many pro"I, must confess I have always Pierre the order to dispose of her. Stromberg lying near the front door fessed Christians a chance to tes been very curious about you, Miss They had no choice! on his back, with one arm throw their loyalties by
Boland. I am really shocked." She tried to rub her hands to- over his eyes. God's Standards.
"Aod I," Zonge answered, as if gether. Sensation was returning to (TO BE CONTINUED)


sol Failure. A word as large as sumer who willfully violates the or- In the Circuit Court of the Second!Iclo Florida, on Monday the 5th day NOTICE
TH OTCLO NW ie and as hitter as death. der. Judicial Circuit of Florida in and of February, 1945, to answer the Bill ___How often have I sat in the silence WPB also appealed for maximum ifor Jefferson County. In Chancery. of Cornplaint for a Divorce exhibited We have found that someone has PUBLISHE E'VERY FRIDAT of 'Midnight guard and listened for -osivto in all usso'lcrct Viola M. -Smith, -*. against you therein- and' the 'Moni- been, cutting a good-rnans-Camellia
________________________ coservatin usesof elecricityComplainant, cello News, a newspaper published in Foesi u akGonsars
MO\ICLL aTrIERISl~ two hours to the quiet talk of some that are not prohibited by th re s IIOC.MnielJfesnCut,'lrdfomvterOfice ou ar glanido aveo
'kitklihe 1869 soldier who is just awakening to the. and said that "the electric tine"dr Jimmie Smith, 'i eeydsgae stenwpp ok oei n oka h lwr
MO4Vtt(Jt CONSTITUTION- realization of what she missed back Iof the nittion, both' public and piv ate, .Defendant ~ er in which this ordler shall be pub-anpltshoerw. n Italw
Established 18 -73 there across the water. How they has pledged its wholehearted co-TO JIMM4IE SMITH WHOSE RES- lished regularly once each week for andm pts, oevler wet anno aillows
-Changed to plan and wish and swear that it will eration in support of the fuel co- DENCE IS UNKNOWN. Four consecutive weeks,.hmt eple o uadwl s
MONTICELLO0 sNEWS-19031 be different. .servation program announced by Jiils- You are hereby required to person- Witness the Honorables E. C. Love tnat thii. practice be stopped,
.If only a few of the great unsatis- itice Byrnes." ally appear before the above entitled and W. May Walker, Judges, 'as well MONTICELLO NURSERY CO.
KEATHLEBOWDEN fi ed A of a.I.'s g home t the, Te Offie ocourtOtiniithedrCourt, Houseinahe onttceous asMClydel-H. CSaues.,SClerkCl of osaidi Court
KEATHEYBOWDEN fed mob of G.aits, go homeo thet Thei Offlaet oifatilnith 1dafed- 10, [lrdo on~ h,5 yo and -the.Scal. of-said Court at-Mo~t-.~
'Edior elcme hatwais, nd aketha 'th '6~4~'~Ter h~ht~t~n ithrep1 'bruary, A. D. 1945, to answer the!I cello, Florida, this the 16th day of Entei~d a Mo~ic11~~ ~ wecom ~o wht i isephme~~ esentatives ofteeetic industry 13ill of Complaint for a divorce exhib- Decerni, A. D., 1944., Live Stocki Auction Sale
asMi nt'e 6 h d~id d they 'go and do -not f orget 'their from all parts, of sthe country. iteagisyo. hrian te
Teleph~ne -hopes that were born on guard and ''Moniticello 'News,. a :newspaper pub- iCLYDEH. SAULS big11
'eeihn 438-il in slit tronalies and under canvas lished in Monticello, Jefferson Coun- Clerk of 'Circuit qur orn Your 1oS
PI~h IOIN tents-if they don't forget, the bat- CL S II D A S tFlorida is hereby designated as, Jefferson C(ounty,* Florida.
OpIC- rJ!Liteedol ,woldwil e ntr-nahe C AS IF ED AD tvenewspaper in which~ this order John Hi. Shuman, .'and Cattle to
NWs i1'ldilng Dogl*'od' Stoie trdodwrdwilbinoraohe shall be published regularly once each Solicitor for -Complainant.''-"-_____________________rough session as the oyster of every OIL -BURNING Circulators at -South- week for four consecutive weeks. No. 27-Jan. 5-12-19-26, Feb. 2. 1MONTXCELLO STOCK YARD
SUBCRPTONRAES manl's plans., emn Auto. Certificate required. Witness, Ei C. Love' and W.
One Year--------.0 With the peace yesterday's regrets .-'- May Walker, Judges a.s Well as ''NOTICE OF APPLICATION Aucin every Moniday,. gndi got.,
S~ Mnth-----------oo will die unmourned in the bright WRITE 'foi 19415:.ii~o bab 'Clyde H. Sautls, Cle.rk of said
.Six__Months__ ----------__1__0 flame of rekindled ambition. Ambi- chicks, New Hampshires, Barred. or'adtesa fsi FR'ICAG ihs aktpie.'ae~
tin ha i~ll lavsnoplcefr ocsyndtt, ok ou o- Court at Monticello, Florida, ouo,"Jf starts 2 1). on. Monticello Stock
YEST9RDAY' REdRETS tionet that i.all, leseas nothlacefo r Ro, Wyab tt oyurkes blor-' this 1st day of January, A. D. la- Counaty Judge'&,. Cout Jeeso ards J. N. Hawkins, Mg.
SODERS~LN egesthtar eseda' otigs ernw o ab~tukys lod. 1945. County, Florida. 'r'
A SOLDIER'S SLAT ON LIFE Puttoday we have to live. To- tested, broadbreasted Bronze direct 5 s t fWlla aly eesd
By AYERY MEANSi,' morrow is far, away in war.' Ambi-. from T';" eHatches weekly. (IRCI CURT H SE AL) Tat W Of Wi Ya BalC ,dcesd
i tion sometimes becomes the lead Stever's Hatery, Live Oak 'Fla; if Clerk of Circuit Court for'- Notice is hereby inthtIav
Somewhere, in, New'r Guinea, weight of excess baggage and the Jefferson Cduinty, Florida. Filed my final report as Administra -____ _______- ~ eak mn wans to ravellight ThatFOR SALE-Nnec acre Pecan Grove, John H. Shuman,' trix of the estate of William Bailey,.*, ~ .,
Toa ad tmrrow. wve have 'to has-been the final chapter of so many mile from city~ limits onl Thomas- Solicitor for omiplainanct. deceased; that'I~ have filed 'my PetiTiv-payt least today 'Ytmilosre'sBoofLf. -yerad Prect, site for post -Jan 5, 12, 19, 26, Febl. 2. tion for final discharge, and that I
will apply to the Honorable Thomas LST T
worry away life with' yesterday's rei J--__ ___ waoeormlciknfam B. Bird, County Judge of Jefferson REALE TE
gesIntiAryall, the -little Julius Goldberg. tc NOTICE County, Florida at his office in the
peope se thngs.aoutof ocus B TTtf~1TuFh11 ~-1 'Court House at Monticello Florida, a" theolile ee i meat G. Io. oe Brownou7t Order F-OR SAL4E- Improved chewing In the Circuit Court of thae Seond on the 30th day' of January, A. D. ~' If youi want a farm,
thes buddes ho trmampG. he. and Cae ,et per stalk; also No. Judicial Circuit of lorida, in, and 1945 for approval of same and, for A1
ise anddhies wo 'therld kn~owig (otiud rmpae1 762 syrup canie, 1 cent per stalk, for Jefferson County. In Chancery. final discharge as Administratrix of a. hose ors 6ln' 'l
they pan't go honeagain, as. Thomas similar essential public services the' byr tstrip' lad od Lor 1/ct:VS. DIOC ed., fWlimBiedca e
lighting of which is specifically certi- per stli~dd ot Brothers 'Willie Culpepper Dfnat
Wolfe said;. until the peace is on the f7e bencsayb1oa ulcLod'Fl. '21- oWli eedn, DatedI this 27th. day of0 ee .J MARTIN~
hills beyond and. the web, of progress to Farme Culpepper, whose residence her, A. D). 1944. ELETAEBOE
has once. again covered the rock of authority.- Certification shall be Made 'is unknown: .'''MAYE H. BAILEY x,
ignorance; To spin, this ';web. and inwiigt h prpit lcrcYou are hereby required'to person- Adminitratrix of'the estatof otiel' Foid
covr hisrok oftoaysupplier and need not be in any par- 4~~ ally appear before -the above entitled, William Bailey,' deceased. '
mover onhin arorl thati o of t icoadfrmy 'Court In the Court, House at Monti- iNo. '29-Dec.' 29 Jan. 5-12-19-, ~ .~.~.'~
focus to. 'their point, of view. They (b"),)Directional' or., identification
carry out the obligation of their, signs using not more than 60 watts ,11711-11111-171ZIIIMO
greatness without seeing through the per establishment, for doctors and for
glass clerl. They think as children hotels, and otlier public lodging estalb- Drive into
of, -fatei and. act- as automatons be- lishoments. i
cause there is no other way. War Mr. Krug announced that Edward
as ,thle. donflict' today. is too 'main- 'Falek, director of the WPB's office
moth a manrmade creature, to, be un- of War Utilities, will administer, the
derstandaibleifrcim day' to day. And order. t t
so we (G. I;L, Joe andi all, of. us) do' The order is eff ective throughout orS".j ta d rO Se v cSi n
bread and.,wonder' .-. wonder. ever, 'for; the Office of Wats Utilities NEAR 0 0S ,OFFI ,CE DORSEY KNIGHT 'Owner
wonder. We worry awary our time in to'exempt from the order!h terms any -,'''E P R
yesterdays regretsA- An~d we all, hav e section of the country where it is -de- (NIt'LYTWY."'
so many of them. "'termined that compliance will not re- ,.S N & S M NI I G
We regret! the roughniess that camei du'ce, the consumption of coal or~ other -s into our lives at times: The crudee scarce fuels,. (Example-power sup- Tub ReANpai~3
animal' instincts' that crowded out plied by hydroelectric stations). 111J, A& T1eep ir
the singing part 'that every Man car- As one of the' penalties for non- And,, according to the Quc Sev e-Phn '131
tled over frond the wonder-eyed days compliance, the- new -order provides !the corner hunchrim a tip-to dInof childhood. The singing 'that c'alife that W.PB may direct the discontinu- ner should be topped off with a goo when March' 'wids blew 'the poplar ance of electric service to any con- tip.'
trees into salaams across the street ------.
The singing that 'came the night be- .,,.,.
foeo Christmas. The singing that '' .',, ,,, ,,,
ca~ti squilderdl' jh 6_& sshoolrpoll i ----"'-when a summer zephyr announced to -:o'1 a.
tie book-wear:,y, that a hooI would let
out for summer vacation in a feaw "
moral weeis. Thq-' shiging at gr~ad- 1-j 'I'>
uaih .all mixed with the vocal m
singing of the class song. The song 'b

of going across town to seethe girl

in the third' 'house froni the corner. -~'~ U
singing, the passing autos wfth sing- ~
song 'of rain on the roof as you sat
in the parlor' of thid third house from i
the corner- The sad' singing of the
good-night. 'The one' poignant note.' of song in the 'kiss. Those early kiss '
'es' that 'meant no more +ban kissing "HAT'S the qunestion which rays l ,ight, which Will be' :,''
. .the crazy happy soig of being 11 1 '-I
young and in' 'love., The time 'of, 'life !.,'-Kf,- H has been asked with every even hetter than sunlight' in ~
that has no place or' trace of 'yesiter- 'is'a-,, e it,~ ,.' is liht "'~ 'n
days regrets. A j,'i advane in, lighting f. rom many.ways because L i .- 'H
'We who live 'the service' life regret I adead -i~'is-d'" i" red to do a
the wasted opportunities. The nuni- "Is 01hog0%m ~ c. ie~ie ,
erostie he shapkoc gaslight to electric light,,., but ,s,100% job, day and n ight. "~
f ate went unanswered. 'The oppor- ,d, '-- ''- eko ht h ec tp aTa'lgtng ato 'H ~.Aal
tunity that went-out.' ''Snuffed by a '', kp~ whtte.nx"ha'lglti is. par,' 0 "'U
quart of the wrong time inthe 'i} il~ ~~ AV ih ~ 'o orwsEetoi g.' ~'~.;
wrong place.' -The- job' 'that -slipped 'i"c' d. ~,
away because latee-nights and too '.' is s: Just to' ic th e darkness it' s something to look forward "
mny dances dulled you to advance-, A am. ,.' buiilit -fort. efeittive seigt o. fo whchyo
ment The girl who was pat.ient un- 9~~~~, -I ~sen o ehn
til you were too sure. 'She never for- ,'.';'1 for whatever thejo .lgt cnpa adsverhtow
gave you for being too sre. su--The jo opoeteeihlight o ln~n av ih no.,
lov i-sehvef-ncveiY. 'rlii& pal who t o -'' . g. t.poeteeih gtt
tried to tell you what he saw so clear-. '( ':, "'"1
ly.' The pal you 'abusedand reviled improve'"' U. NLORIDR. rO 4ft~ LIGHL T COFAPAXWY'
until he left.' No letter from him ',,Al'H'-.
sice you have' been over 6hs. Thd I's~'i I.'1YI'. l;.
'erof Mothei. 'The barrier that IAi'. "~' f'H)~i
'gradually cane to bei between y'ou "; nl, I':H) ;~
anid Dad. The lonely feeling of out- A.)'''a i.'''' ''.';7I r
qf-work. The self -pity. The -word '''~'"I'' .
thAit grinds Ii and in into the _i 42 '.'. 'JI:,J10: '6.I.i'


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of Gas Installations :o, ,I~rs 'e~h x\Ai''i IUI1 '

Elecric ervat j~' _____* Se or Calli

'J H FINNEY TI s'i .,,
0 815 North Jefferson St. :Ay -ai"':'',,' A2L''I.Pa. ~-." ,-i


Mr 0 Rauey Enitertains 1 -,~ ~ ~ T ~k ~ n

Brid ib,1__;!d,-~-Tirailerized Army t; "I".

Socia Actviti_,,sMonday morning.

other guests ,on. Thurlsdlay of lit.' ~ fo t
the wee So ia Act viie uole op emucta2 .* *i' vl "_ :,1 x, t, daughter vigithl a1ei fo t
iMiss Annie F. Bond of Lloyd was Miss Sallie PuiestOil spent several street.
~a recen. -visitor 'In Monticello. dayss this Week in Tallahaee and The: living, roo a as_, cecoratedf f ""''bi~ ~i ~h ~em
1A 9:~ .,. ~ Qu~cy. 'I. .~wit heI~ arrangements of can't-, N14 w, ',.<,~ ~ ~ 'ith~~prn~
end~~~~~~ 1 inC twwth M.adM'W agehdfoern 'nd& r'aftii'6h~lh'6 eia
George W. Cryc, sanitary officer, ellias anid,fot quince
spent th ekedi restviewih ir- L. Miehda hns ores were totaledqMs .iP
mhis week-end1 guests, Mr .and Mrs. Jas Whernsn. Was Mrs.ed .ug A r rd~ Bd''Ck~h'h M
family. ______C. Lanier; of Jacksonville. JaesB.inson'l Msare, W ighm soce,-'~~:.~ .
C.~~~~~r pried. Mrs. Chas. WTE puiccem-. ,d
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. VanCleef have ed high .gquet prjze_ Late in the'af- ~'<''~'(~ r n r.~a.Toi~n'
Thorro YSV Thot TSi Ga.4 spent 'the Week end
ireturited after spending several days Mrs. D. A: Finlayson is visiting~ ternoon the hostess served a refresh.- .,-'4
with relatives in Gainesville. friends iniodnil an ila etcpse ,." '. v.ith r:ad*MrW:H
tend the Camellia Show there today. Among. outtof~tOWn guests. Were .5.,.,d r: tpb tkJrt n
MsJ.LHutrhsreturned Mrs. R~, H. McKim of TuppervilleQ, 5'0t~~' M:~d bf:p oP'and
~from a delightful visit in Miami, Miss Mary Budd Holmes of Jack- Ont?.riQ. who is visiting Mrs. Rainey, 'tedU~tr in~,d'ag~
1West Palmn Beach, Lakeland and Ti-snllsptthweknderwihM. D. I. Rainey and Mrs. R.~ Cit Wre "lling f'fins I'
~tusville. her parents, the Rev, and Mrs. Henry Simpson of Tallahassee anid Mrs W: ,Sna ho'ii''
----Holmes. ED, ippus who orrivedI recently from, "'~s~55s. ~' Thb!"WY Fdod 'Admfiih~tl'hti6h has
Miss Josephine Pate, of Atlanta, 7~'t' ~ ~ "~~~'. t o
spent several days here last T .NcoChicago, is visiting .k~ eie ~
~wek with her parents, Mr. anid Mrs. for a few days with Mr. and Mrs istJ~l T .Aso'i 95 pa'l ~k h edfi di
Joe W PFate. L. A. Delp of Leon Tunmg Orchards3 U'~i SL~ I0 Sig .n. .irii ph ttooiegshsdvl~d h
Milad aidon spritedetCompany~. Control. Cutworms, in,., U inlC~~PpQ, /
Millard~~~''1. Davidson, sueitedn e. t the great 'dvaniges (if trailer transportation! is~the fact -----othe state industrial school for boys Mrs. Herman Hughes returned .vgtue Uantitigs '.I -h'ile ui~ b pte hl h ratrge bu te
~in Mariaapq,,. pent, last week enid a~t Mondayaf ter sending, tWvelweeks mi -, "'sietalrdeint.a oeuled in orders tofiee the w WM
;he Dixie Hotel here. spartanblr'g, S. C.,- as' the' guest 0f;, Gainesville, Fla.-Getting the jump ti uct s for QlhVI ,WOrKc: v. ,. t. _,:
Mrs Gu B.ngam~on th' utwrms'i th.wy o~pe-inub adxiantie is taken of this situation by the Army in this, var I__-._ iSlon hiee for examiipm is it indbife'anti-aircraft gun mounted on a
Mrs. A. R. Hughes, Mrs. John Cook.- vent: thse pests, from decstroyingtheRev an Mr. H 0.Huges r. nd rs.R. oneand youg pant ingaren r feld.''.' It'has been sbotted-in' position while thetracto'i' has'onie .I
ndteRv adMsa. .Hge r. adMsR.CCoendMr. 'on lut i adn on el ', ut other duftm's. 'Thus; the shuttle system of ftrausidtthtiomi A
~left Monday for Jacksonville where I and Mrs.,WoodrowCone and children.) And gettingng the jump"'o hm of ten lPalumed by Fruleiiaf and other'tiailer mrani .macturerstfoir corn 400 V/DS:4~they attended the Florida Baptist Ispent Sunday wth Mr. and Mrs. C. Dr. A. N.1 Tissot advised. Florida farm- '. msem til u~se, In's found- arm; imifportan't dmallel in war'tine. ,: ,,,
lConvention. GLangle In Meigs, Ga. Iers and. gardeners, today,. means feed-' *' ,WiLx1i.o''

Dr. Sydar LaFitte of Jacksonville, ISIJSTAINED EFFORTS ARE lg them canc poo bait eon~ r chyrops. '' N~s.rm:Pc~.l'a~e0H.x~~
~who was called to Lloyd- last: week NESeTrviTeJ5 ~ o'r lnig~r'adOf hc JLA~.LL.~ .' Z chett, who went,.overseas in Novem-' . b
~because of the illness of his mother, SUPER~IORITY OVER ENEMY 'weeds'or an old vegetable Crop have b---- er, is thai;'he.,is.,now sqervingl with ,,
Mrs. R. B, LaFitte, was' a visitor in ''~~oown~youlcan. e 'i~:sr cnmh frolFCpage;,t-' the'Army in Italy. His wifens mak-'

-ception of arn enemy titrdWof'iroadcast and the hest thing to do after turning' Redistri'hution'StationihePe. While at 'while he is on foreign,duty. I .'
s. E W.CarerMrs. E. R. quoted a Japanese news correspondent the soil and getting it in shape for this installatidd ~ihe will 'be given a ~--.j. .
.~loyd, Mr.L . Iasl adeh as bermoal-ing, the lack of interceptor planting is to hroa'dcast the 'poison series of tesat'to' determine' his fit- ''5 '

~ths{~c"''attedirg'te nnul Do-Luzon. The Jap'wrlter, 'accol~ding to 'T'hus,the pests Will come to' the' sfin,. Cuts:h' sTi'vcd "': 'n:t2 '-ev .L atraeinPnaoafgtrplnsbmh a oce hhl eoe utigi or encrp.hs'o uue sirmns'' fIH AfENV E "" '
rcesan Council of the Episcopal the story indicated that American face, eat the bait, and he kil rled 'hefte machine gunl A .a A' "t lf I[Iffinff,
hu'h bombers weefyn over and bomb,- -Yoti Plant., ''. ''' fid theatre of, operations:Hi 'IlfTIEL LRO
.' ____ ing i .apmie lines withriut fight ffr The Experiment 'Station, 'erionolo- n r nt pi 1 a 'Uf'tre~lo*n 1t60 dr osI'
Mrs. Raymonq Sperry and Mrs. protection because they did not need gist, suggested thismixtutre for the I 'dawards:- Good conduct, AminiCan''uhdy&Mula-'-a 28-29
tPauln Jdmi''o apn p Ii in 'vtew~f the- coarnpar'atively small purpose': 0 :Lifense', A'sitc-PubifictibbOn WitUhl
;are spending a short while in Monti- number of Jani interceptor planes. 12 potmhds' d 'Wheat hran,: 'I Caa o a B w t,
GoldrAgls o r-n r.Jli by a tdy' sho6uldhe tken to'lhart pound paris green, and 1 gallon Of hat badge. I 'with Gary Cooper and Teiesa Wright, Bn2~O .
Golderg byevery American producing crops, water. (Sodium fluosilicate or cryol- During the period of his stay the
Mrso Can HallettandherrsonCiyMch, victor ,y. First, it's a reversal of the in the bait in place of Paris green.) ough medical and dental examination, uedy& elisa-Ja3-3-Fl' AL'HR T
Jon alets of Carson Clet, Mih. situation which existed in the Philip- Mix bran and poison in a large tub Ioccupational and classification tests Tusa &r 'rfisa- a 03
athe-a uetofMsHaet'br-Pines three years ago-when Amnen- until bran is well coated with poion tI-ethT'. wihvrosifomltlsW
the-i-lw ndsite, Ms.canl forces were without planes anid then add water slowly until poion thol te rwt vaiuinoma thwaks i n o sn,
theJas hd leny f tem 9,cod, iiasi sighlydarol-,fO~t whoearesign e ofl acquant the wartit is striking evidence of the reat 'sticky, Her An S:nn 11ie)~gy ,1 y~
MsNACamcalhsrtr-war Conditions and problems. This Ilr U j) .,.
rs. N. B. CarichtoAlaas return war production job Americans', have Scatter .this material broadcast program is carried on in a leisurely' wi rr
fro abui~sstrp t Alata G.,been doing for three years-giving over the field or garde juist bef ,,e fashion amdtpesn urudnswth S'rnone Simon, Jar4,Js Ellison' *
anda isi ;wihhrduteMs American forces a superiority in air us as-'tjrri 'com up lofc conduciet etladpyia e Short-JI1VE BUSTERS ;. UU
C. C. Caving mon, in Washington, D. C. and othe things neede forica ealrneh-veig
I __It, power an tetig eddfreryi h vnn.laxation. Thursday &Frdy b.12C1 ,A ,R lt
Rihr .Smsn lo iheturning the tables on the enemy. If crops are already growing, the A variety of entertainment anid' rdyw
RicardH. imponCle, RchtrThird,. it, shoud' inspire 'every Amr~bait may he spirnkled aauiuil'each- recireationaI activities Jias been ar-11t''- h
Julis Godber, N.S. Crtisam-m hiscan to continue at his job harder thn plant (but not on it), Dr. Tissfit said. ranged to" enitertain Johsnm his ~'~
v, I(R .es It F i4
site-i-lw- Ms Aic Wirth a-ever to maintain am-d increase.' this Twelve pounds of bran Will ua ~e .p 'ehug Ths5' id"''h ~ -1
tended the 'annual m1Ceting Iliad bain-" --- "' .-- _,c~~ut~ux, e_ m n~u-.n
quet of Suwannee River Council B'oy country's superiority over the enemy. enough basit to treat from a half to mierous ances, stage am-d radio shows dd uilnCnicHans 'Mixture Acts Like a Flash. LII
Scotsofwhchwa hldAnd, fourth every.Amerioan should an acre, and farmers or gardenqrs stgtesing tours,, horseback riding, Edde Spendan aone Hainntest~ y~
America, realize that such a statement by a who' are treating smaller or- Iiger ice skatin,', table tens gof ase- --, ')NWSayrtig0a few'5~ "ts' abtley
Thursday evening at Wakulla Springs. Jap correspondent will stfirulate the areas may make the aonste bll.ohti'gfhngndsln' O~E L WSE>Uke's 'A a~rL "itr
'5' '~ Ymi~S~t~niiste 'strehai65s an'Tdii- nee ~irePhobtilon. -Unusihed porftiMh m I seso.-.11- _-.- "'1" -'~-~ 00ti fIil cig.Tk ope
Mrs. T. B. Bird returned Monday peinte-re.' efo' hs t" m fbi hol ebre r uid.i- at et~i ''1,s 'It' m~a
aftere spendrtg several week in Newe t- that sol eundorbre Before entering the service Johnson- iaud3Fb~ Toowerfai,,. .regcrve. action sPread
after spendportaseteeverweAmericans and Utensils Used tin mixing should be, a em'poyed by ine ie C Wyo Boyd (Mpaon P y ithru ,mr9ht, head and, bronchial.
York City yihhoit,'.cousin, _Mrz ,aniv to rhe -iel k f oog washred afterwvardto a. ~ ~ oie iev od(-.poog~asd) ~I'sate~t ne t lo"n
Charles J. ~.Merrill and Mr. Merrill mov ofacdna osnn. ooelJne .Voe~, e a ~asqueraue ii'm enlasmen" aa ccak o''.t'1
Seas '' iaIh gods that, are needed that, even the moedapger ofacdnacomoig Clnl olsC p er. -_1 -ra ,ebtn~ ad mak b11 etIhI'l
Sh lo'Visited in P pralph 4 a t'hesrth Sil1~ a p'O~e 67fieOr6 sto'i i'Mtil-ii -0 PAOF S tf res. n'm ihQRprise
whrese es nal ayges fshdwe aha'th ________;__ ma,,,tyImeso tl etlstiifilnIOntLV.PYFF IsI orst'iriatn cuhso rbocha
sw on e mr gain im. station stated: "Our primary mission _____ ~ ''irtation. due to',. cots, fitId BuickMr. and Mrs. Fred Ditmar. The Japs are being driven out of There is a move afoot to attract0,will he to reassign personnel where LAESHU .noeiq brings quick ap~~fe'i'
~~~thu'territoty* Which they 'tbok in't&'e A~rtn'elclc tbumIlsta tW BttJiaf~t~'.hey will be of most .'erkide aia be'"5 "d-mo toa ogt no les nscnt
Mrs. Jai es E. "IDeVarighn. and first year'of thetwat; the-y'sire feeling, w. Ofherwise the .place, wiW.t seem performing duties in: A4hte O ~IS JL 1er IM~m IY RGSO
g0hy il 1Jolfac~es IMO IYDRUG TI
daughter, A~mnelia Kaye, Of Wetumpl- the might of the- Anterican- war ma- quite us.--Princh. b e contented.'"! 1 : '' ., riQsnad"AEAD'S C14fUlR
ka, Alabamr re spdigserachine;,'which',:includEs 2fiot, 'only the
weeks as the guests of the former'r armed, forces hut every American '~7~,.0
sister, Mrs.0 C. Waldron and Mr. who is producing all0 he can, doing all .'' .
Waldron ofAucilla. '''' he can tor victory. 'Defeaf faces 'the 5' "5
Japs; hovr soon no" one kiows, btt''
J. J. Silman was brought ho'e they' will' be 'defeated 'niote quikly"" T~LOc n UI chaL perf ct'ar ente .H ave "a-C oke I
from Archbold Memiorial Hospital in i vr'Ahha'd~'hsums '(VRTIGSGI
Thomasville, where hie has been a fr I tly (EVEY'l'NG' GOI' 0''K
patient for'-several days. Although Great crops,tremendous quanitities A
he has no recovered, his cdndfiti ofIl odadn
not, of pul woan.aval, stores, huge --is sufficiently improved that 'he is quIrantities .of munitIonus, p lanes, ships, I0
able to return home. 'guns and other materiel' are needed
______ ' to overwhiel"!m the ene~my. They Tit V
Mr. and Mrs Joseph Braswell whose be produced with less 'labor than 'be--'" "' *K-.marriage was an event of January 'fore', but' theml must b'e'produced if z 6''- 5'Ll 5C' 5 '~
16th, in Montgomery, Alabama, spn mrcnforces tre t'cninu to ''0'~'S ~ 5. .Sunday and Monday- here with Mrs. have superiority In 'arms and equip- '/IK >\
J. C. Braswell and., Miss .Frances ment-and'-supplies-over the enemy. 4~Z.""5 i
Braswell. Mr. and Mrs.' Brasiell -All, Americans-fres ad'l 2 ~ ~ ~ S ( 0,/
will make their home in Alachu'a.- others-should resolve now that never -" :
- -.- again will. .American, forces lack for "
Tech. Sgt. and Mrs. Fountain H1. adequate supplies and: weapons. --'" .-'~ ~,L.
May, who have been visiting here as The Jap writer's story indicated. tme,~ 4~,0
guests of the latter' parents, 'Dr. a'- reversal' Of 'situations 'on Luzon; j4i.'7 .
and Mrs. J, B3. Brinson and the -for- it'up to 'all Ameribans t0 endeavor c, 5~ ,-'"" ''
y" men's mother, Mrs. F. H.- May,- in:, to 'inci'ease" that rbecerse 'as -much as.;,
Quincy, left, Thursday :for, their home possible, to-'overcome the -enemy as 4A~~o. ~;
isFlrnc; S. C. -- quickly -as possible. '"''si'"- ,''!5';'-S-.'S''C.' ~j5t '0Mrs. Monte J. Whiddon of'Mulbr-'I.OCHRS-- e 2 K4i o.)
ry, Mrs. T, S. Braswell 'and 'Miss'"5 2~es atWmn.Cub '."i~:.*!e~s"l
Frances Braswell, spent a 'few 'day A'~ .
last week ini Montgomery; Ala','whlee. Sunday Bible School 11 A. M.-- '61'0"'"" <~'" ~ ~ "' .1 ~ -A>
they attended the wedding tof Mrs. -EverningWorsaip- 7:3 P.M. /;
Dorothy Sexton and Joseph., Bras- '41usy mluwe uyu -' .k ~.-C~'Si.v~j~4S
well. Mrs. -'Whidden -returned to her -You are, cordially, invited to attend 'c'* .>i4~~M''.ots.",.'.T" 'home Thursday. --'thes service T

Mrs. Winthrop Aldridge of New'
York City is visiting' her sister, Mrs.~ .) .'"-'.
Sheldon- Whitehoumse, anid Mr. White- a rejyn afireim0' J' 4'A It~'
house in their home, El Destino. '1 A 4~--.' .&S"s '
Other reeht guets at th White-In the famed Xo chimilco gardens necar C> sp:ia.htrcJresbes ~house home were Gug White and Wil- Z7,r/~~
hama Whitehouse of- Newport,~ ihiecl oaCl sa l salse utm 7c h iii~Yn
and New York City. wit icecol CoaCl sa-l etbl~clcsoa 1 it c iiI3vuThe Rv. ad Mrs E. Baxtr ofays, Have a Coke, he's welcomed as a good neighbor, by new friend-, youn

Frankfort, Ky., will arrive Saturdayr old. Across h~odr as in y ,onl-igr mCoca-Cola stand, fort V4>
for a visit of several days with their It ~ .0
son and daughter-in-law, the- -Rev, _A,-- efreshing interlude, a symbol of good will wherever it is served. Coke= Coca-Cola' 5
and Mrs. E.' L. Baxter. The Rev. Mr. N;t's-rnatural for pupulor nam~s'
Baxter is rector of the Church of th BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY '5J rn.tjotnfiril--o5rvs
Ascension in Frankfort, am-dcrwill Q co. Thsar's why yeti- hta'.
preach the sermon Sundymrig C A-OA B TLN kio'(c;1 0 'a cI Coke~ ;, .
at 11:30 o'clock at Christ Church in MONTIEL COCA-COLA BOTTLIN COMPANY ~.;
Monticello. o~.

The Monticello News. Monticello. Fla. Friday. January 26, 1945


A Smart Outfit for the Matron
ee 9atrd Looking at

.1:00 L.[1W.00 Cover-All Apron Has Tulip Trim

10:00~~I A.MA.W.T :: IN HOLLYWOOD it's the girls wholeave home who make good. Not
7.1. Xe X"a juvenile delinquency problem, butgg the record of careers of some leadVia isfrW neLynCabr'PitSvn ing actresses here who leave their %<"itamns or inte Lyn Cambrs' oin-Saing home lots as newcomers, go outOncyour favorite X. B. C. ats~n Are Very Essential Menus side to make important pictures, es- 0
every Saturday morning
11:00 A. M., E. W. T. For Helh elBen Chicken Liver Spaghetti tbihcresadrpttosfr ~ ~ "
_______Fc arlye aro themselves, and then return to their
WIS WOC FB PaslyedCaros *Spinach Toss home lots as stars.
WPTF WSJSFrnhBedwti utr
10:00 A. M., C. W. T. IM Ol.FrnhBra ithBter There's Anne Baxter, for examWS WSM WAPO WROL WSFA the g in Hunt Pickes Oive
Honey-Baked Pear pietegetiHutSrm r's.0
'~~~ 2' 'Orange Crisps "Guest in the

Technica menen saye, thahaou
usdcipucincrowning role oft
gez sher careerAnd
U/ cups diced grapefruit sections she's had some
/4~ cup chopped walnut meats pretty big ones,

mel Dissolve gelatin in boiling water

and~~~icldn teepoe ale esledi
R o U S S nd chill until it begins to thicken. nificent Amber
a nCube apple and sprinkle with lemon

nice imprtnc oflt rubberll e
srane from grapefruit sections and te e gndice. Combine grapefruit, apples dct byte
ho 6 p n a and nut meats into gelatin. Pour ll inn A a
o into molds that have been rinss
TA B L S "Maw with cold water. Chill until set and ~ .sons" and "North ~,
lierveuaise. Star," both of
Hot Slaw. oo
(Sres8 away from her

tr N rFI sm
SVitamin-rich vegetables tossed to- 2 egg yolks, slightly beaten home lot.
g1o4 cup cold water qTs Due to an unusually large demand and
salad bowl good, healthy eating. 14 cup vinegar Linda Darnell role is a strong- current war conditions, slightly more time
Carrot curls and lettuce make a I tablespoon butter willed girl whose 00 is required in filling orders for a few of
Pretty color combination. I tablespoon sugar selfishness brings unhappiness to ev- 00 the most Popular Pattern numbers.
Y2 teaspoon salt ery one she meets. Evelyn Heath
It's an easy matter to get vegeta- 3 cusshredded raw cbae (the gus)i oAnne Baxter what SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN DEPT.
bles ~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~i an risinotedetdr us abg uet st 530 South Wells St. Chicago
ble 'ad fuit ino te det ur- Combine egg yolks, water, vine- Mildred was to Bette Davi incos "Ofnt nconorec
___________________ ig the summer gar, butter, salt and sugar. Cook Human Bondage," what Scarlett 12321nloe2 etsI onsfrec
months because Pattern desired.
supplies are plen- on low heat, stirring constantly, un- O'Hara was to Vivien Leigh in 34-48 Pattern No. Size.

SNfPPY However til mixture thickens. Add cabbage "Gone With the Wind"-we hope.
tfl Hoeeand reheat. Anne began her screen career on Name.
A&BOUT we need just as One of the factors which makes a loan-out back in 1940. David 0. Two-Piece Suit Dress Addes. .
1P RUBBER many fruits and salad making so easy is the use of Seiznick first tested Anne and Twen- THIS two-piece suit dress is devegetables in win- unu___12o-_SmallSize_60c
ter, and there is a real mayonnaise which is so tieth Century signed her on the basis signed to slim and flatter the
Dsmooth-textured and easily blended of the test. Then Meo borrowed slightly heavier figure. A crisp
Everyoho a kr s cald init the ingredients. It is nutri- her for her first screen role in
which as & D V m often needdtain D bs eg At L
her job to see that the family does yo too, for i ldtaiin d gt radiant glow. Here is an outfit toresistanceLto
Technical. men say that about not suffer from fruit and vegetable to the diet: A Flying Start take you everywhere with charm
tree gallons of alcohol ar lack during the winter. True, sup- Side Dish Salad. Another example of the girl who and confidence.
used to produce sufficient plies are shy but there re foods in (serves 6) made good away from home is g o od.Y urCough
huradliene to make an avner- both categories that are in season, 12 carrot curls Jennifer Jones, who won an Acad- Pattern No. 1232 comes in sizes 34, 36, Creormulslon relieves promptly be.
age-size synthetic tire. and these should be used for al 1 cucumber, cut In fingers emy award for "Song of Berna- All, 40, 42, 44, 46 and 4B. Size 36, jacket, cause it goes right to the seat of the
the of synthetics and alternate they're worth. (or dill pickle) dette." Selznick signed her, loaned short sleeves, requires 2 yards of 35 or trouble to help loosen and expel
aterals, particularly in tield wire If fruits and vegetables are served Ltueslcdher to Twentieth for the title role in S9 Inch material; skirt 1%a yards; 9E yard germ laden phlegm, and aid nature
and telephone cable, resulted In raw, more of the valuable vitamins tc sliced
Arennis Very Essentialoy te efsdflmdbrnhalmcusm

Th asevtin y h Sgnl a b sve.Saad soldhae Wash and scrape carrots; cut in to let her play the title role in trim as pictured. brains. Tell your druggist to sell you
Caisof the U. S. Army of more a bgplace in the menu, Apples, vrthnlntwssrisadeve ua, wic hsptGneC e-Alpona bottle of Creormlsion with the unIwo 12 million pounds of crude pears, oranges and grapefruit offer in ice water until curled. Arrange Tierney among our first ten young- F O ieacvrdu el ~k. lastecuho o r
,uberntefrs~mn~so1~4. variety and vitamins aplenty, while carrot curls, cucumber fingers and sters. I YO lieayoerdupl fee tuikl lays throey choryu.r
I"e Importance of rabeV carrots, cabbage, beets, green lettuce slices in salad bowl. Serve Linda Darnell had ing while you work,
gethe within mayonnais make thisp

tres to the economy of Michi- beans, squash, turnips, spinach and with real mayonnaise. juvenile leads at home-Twentieth deihecitihspety and C REOM ULSDO N
Son is indicated by the fact; brussels sprouts can hold their own Make your lunches vitamin rich Century-but they got her hardly practical apron with tulip shaped for Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis
tAt 65.2 per cent of all in- on the vegetable front, by serving a sandwich with a rich. anywhere. Then Rene Clair came pocket and border. Look through _______________bound and 69 per cent of all Today I've selected vegetables in-vitamnin-B salad: along with "It Happened Tomor- your scrap bag for pretty pieces- u uN
outbound freight In that state which are particularly adaptable
Fe arie b moortrck r e i s a d fh r o rm a ckin these (Serves 6) m ade to order for Linda. She fol- C CRelieed in S mites or double money back
reie 6 cups cooked or shredded cabbage lowed as a selfish Russian peasant when excess stomach cid uses painful, biuffnat
It'iac Tsoss. 1e/2 cups cooked peas girl in Chekov's "Summer Storm," Pattern No. 1815 comes in sizes 14, 16, vegeta-, ]erse ach aat dotrac
bles andsrmt tc medicines rkuitiontwhn eelltaur
(Srvs6)1 teaspoons salt and she completed the starring fem-_ 18, 20; 40, 42, 44 and 46. Size 16 require rsab thonti r arlcslke ose eun ofBtle
cu Srke letc6)apomn oei in rsys"h 21a yards of 32 or 36 inch material; 5 Tabces. Nolaxotive. Bll-aus brings sfortinia
3 c-ups yarnltue2s'espe epriierl i igCob' Te ;ds rickrack to trim.o Sic at eal doruggists. nreur f otl
/ , ~ 4 u fes sinc 6 tablespoons mayonnaise Great John L." Three top assign. Us._____25a______t________________________u cup sred ewnaca Mix cabbage, peas and season- ments, one after the other.
v 4 cup eg ed lery ings with real mayonnaise. Chill.Ge
te6 radishes, sliced Sev a b Ruth Warrick is a widely loaned- for folks
no cup eu nch bessi n mO ut actress here. Under contract to
.Go d ch R1/4ctableonc minedion wae rca. ar-l G Roison inye "Mr.oine Esduirard rm h
her jobowl with a hoe faiht bode Gsit with sniffly
but do not let it remain in bowl. nish with waterS g the r cress. to War," then Pat O'Brien in "S niffly, sneezy, tffy
Plie arvetybuts toher ire foos intCmad"adte Ges ndsrs fha od

just before serving. Pour French Pears make a lovely salad when cret siseasot, o had cos
dressing over all and toss with fork combined simply with lettuce, car- the House." So what happened aft-. try Va-tro-nol-a few
androts and American cheese balls. ItS er that? Ruth was handed the top drops up each nostril
Iarts Wnitbler Saed ser role at RKO in "China Sky," which -to reduce congestionved
raw emry of ter alale via ins eog o opnlCadteCobr a unddw.soh rrttllAd seilDUlo

(Serves 8) Va-tro-nol also helps
pearsm orange andene grpfri offerr

package lemon-flavored gelatin aplent y prevent many colda
When she got back to Twentieth they from developing If used
beancups hot water ole in "Czarina," I time. Try itpa Follow
brilsselshnde sprut ca hodoherdw
ntheap vegea front.s

Sa i arl ewith Tallulah Bankhead.
sF l I eedoin sald fom.Tckths

ep eIngrid Bergman, under contract to
1 cup cooked peas Selznick, is one of our most imporcup diced celery tant loan-out stars. After "IntermezVs cup finely shredded cabbage
]/ cup diced pimiento, if desired
U89~~~~ raises sliceds""Gsigt" n

6 6iparoa Dissolve gelatin in hot water. Adon iond TOO YOUNG
vinear nd slt.Chil unil ligh- ~ o~ "Saratoga Trunk," all at different
______________vinegar___and s ly hickeuned. oldht. studios and David made much. '
ly tupcFrench dressing

Rbmoney on the deals. Now she re Pu l vgtbetgethbe int owlEE

S ein returns home for "Spellbound."
dressinover l ti and s 'itpork

into shallow pan
Iia, FO INOR ACRES RID PAIl IF of,- o 8idvduli Metro killed Laraine Day off in a
1akael molvrds gemltin

RHEUMATISM Dr K.-mls Umlnidare picture in order to help 117).' /serve with may Laraine began making the rounds- v in ega
beenthined onrs wcrhas or away from home. First she did "Mr.
menik d with sorcemo ~ /~J Lucky," with Cary Grant, then C.
pden We B. De file's "Story of Dr. WasGsell." After those two pictures,cabbage
(Serves 6) bread sandwich, this salad gives a opposite Cary Grant and Gary
I package orange-flavored gelatin rich vitamin "B" lunch. Lunch is A Cooper, Laraine was ready for starLroeattlet2 wn ot 2iI-SasLlSize6Oci 2 cups boiling water or 1 cup fruit good time to get the salad into thle doma on her own home lot, so MetroW,
ITm III M i S ORS Shi RULreceipt of prc juice and 1 cup water menu. gave her ''The Woman's Army.''kt
I 119 CO., his. JACVILLE A. 1 Iapplenegand diced arThe most rented-out baby in town 2tablspoons lyo thickeed Foldyald.z

appleSrve uneld)opn is Joan Fontaine, but she no longer
2 tablespoon e blies (Srvsntos o

]/s teaspoon salt 2 cups finely shredded lettuce cares, for always she gestproles
gelti and pioures

21/ cups grated carrots i o itrs
oLeaving home in Hollywood has or 8ea individualucsstosoefie c

Lynn Says 10 /-inch balls of American cheese speldscest oefn c hU ~ I .
10 inchbals ofcrem chese tresses, given them the biggest op- . '. UIL U.
~Don't Waste a Scrap: Every bit Fre2nch dresng em hes portunrities of their careers. In theS0 R ET0 N E
of food you buy can be made to rrnge hreddd etuennsaa old days the home lots groomed their MUSCLE PAINS can do it to you soothes fast with
work, Outer leaves of lettuce plaesn ete lettuce mk a young players for stardom, then -make you feel old-look dran
spinach, and leftover bits of pars- nlaes ncne fltuemk built a fence 'round them a mile and haggard. SORETONE LinimentO D HEA *
ley romgarishcanbe sed hal of grated carrot. Place pear high so no one else would be able contains methyl salicylate, a most
ley rom arnservn e ueto hlin ac nstwith may-o C L H A

give flavor to soups. The same is cheei h ercvtSreto cash in on their success. Today effective pain-r'elieving agent. And
Hollywood doesn't hoard talent-it Soretone's cold heat action brings
true of leftover liquids left from with French dressing
9'9cooking vegetables. French Dressing, ies sat enpough. nowus t lyo ow that fasTI eooo eif
Stale cake may .be sliced and 1 clove garlic, grated fine whe giarls eaveg homeono theylrtr 1. Quickly Sosretone, acts to en- CT O
served with fruit and fruit gices. cup nee f ol i ahhiher lance local circulation, in cases f
V2 cups boilin w ater or 1e t cup fruit, i h r .C e k u c l r r m s

Combine with eggs and milk and 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce waterith 2. Chec muselierap. MUSCULAR LUMBAGO
bake into pudding. Or, use it to 1 small onion, grated o r pu experience.
line pudding molds and pour gela- %/ cup tomato catsup Secret, but Not Very 3 eprdc oa wlig RBCAH
% tin or custard over it to make 1 teaspoon salt 4. Dilate surface capillary blood due to Iaiss sr exposure
gWOD-TASTI NGWN icebox dessert. 2 cups salad oil Columbia studio isn't admitting vessels. M SUA AN
dtsti Scott's Es Do'tthat Jose Iturbi doubled for Cornell
Eltr &DVtmusotn cntanDyelfovrbraemyb Mix all ingredients in order given Wid hnCoi ae otep- For fastest action, let dry, rub in .,doet biolds
bel ud sitamins fend eeded toasted and used on top of soup, with a rotary egg beater. Place in Wno in Sons R e e nor again. There's only one SoretoneInl.sep uid tain ad essance to Or, grind and make into bread quart jar and store in cool place un- tato Fnk Snatra douebe, forhl istont for Soretono results. SORE MUSCLES
~e~w aod minor ills. Helps build strong crumbs, or use in stuffings to til ready to serve. Shake well be- Siertc eina r for h l ig ot onl ti.
1sucn and sound teeth, tooI Give good- stretch meat. les in leftnoev Thob fan pars ~stng Scott's daily, the year-roundl Syrups from canned fruit mayo
Recommended by Many Doctors be utilized for fruit sauces to pour Get the most from your meat! Get Nights," but everybody's going to over puddings and custards. Left- your meat roasting chart from Miss Lynn know it when the swooning starts.
*over jams and jellies are ideal Chambers by writing to her in care of .Esther Williams, who made a *T ah Ppft st is
rer western Newsaper Union, 210 Solthi left from
fng pandset e ing sted fruits- Des plaines Strept, Chicago 6, 1ll1 Plea thec hitonhe "Ca ur Iof trhospitals e d ssen a s a ped self a cd r ss d en velop e w ith th e so n g C a n' I j u c e s .
Combine~h with egg and milan
line pudding molds andg pou gela-y sind s

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A64enie F.rBon, do .2.00 848pple's .arage. repairs 111~i. Last Month's Minutes 7655 Le Gren, do.2.00 sPpes.25,72 Scouters I

County Commissioners 7656 J. B. Smith, do.2.001849 Southeastern Tele. Co.,
7657 Waymon Homne, do. 2.00 phone rent .- . 2.75 (continued from page 1)
Proceedings Board County Comils- 7658 Minnie Reams, do.2.001850 Jefferson Sales Co., standing performance in youth work,
sinr'Ro ~ 6 7659 Joel Groom, do -----2.0 repairs -, -------- _.12.25 was made by Rev. H. F. Jeiks of Tal- UE
sioners' Room December 6. 81e i
A. D. 1944 7660 Mrs. M. W. Watson, do. 2.0 8 seed.2.10 lahassee. The recipient of the Silver
_____7661 W. A. Martin, fixing 852 F. & M. Bank, paid bills 205.75 Beaver was George E. Lewis, Sr.,
The Board of County Commission- polling place.2.00 853 City Water Dept., water. 1.91 also of Tallahassee. Mr. Lewis, presers of Jefferson County, Florida, met Total Drawn on General 854 Sinclair Refining Co., fuel 11.79 dent of the Lewis State Bank, has Trab- Sell Cash Credit,
this day in regular session, there be- Revenue Fund .--$4,283.981855 Monticello Gro. Co., supplies 14.55 been active in Scout work and in U r---o
ing present Chairman C. J. Reams, Warrants Drawn on Fine & 856 J. D. Goldberg, Mdse. 11.92 furthering the program of Scouting
and Commissioners John H. Shuman, Forfeiture Fund 857 Head's Cash Drug Store, for 25 years. He is the father of 5
Fred Stokley, E. S. Wright and E. 4616 Clyde H. Sauls, Crim. Ct. drugs. .80 boys; four of whom are
Grantham. Wk. Co. Court. $7.801858 L. R. Rainey, supplies 2.55 and a 5th, who is a younger u
The minutes of the meetings of 4617 Clyde H. Sauls, Crim. Ct. 859 The Texas Co., fuel. 113.60 still working on his merit badges
November 1st, and 10th, A. D. 1944 Wk. Cir. Court.,.23.251 860 J. E. Clayton, greasing.560 toward Eagle rank. After receiving
were read and approved. 4618 A. S. Grant, Wts. & 861 D. H. Mays Hdwr. Store, the award, Mr. Lewis presented it to
The following accounts were exam- Capias .194.39 supplies.85 his wife, who was also present, statined, approved and ordered paid. 4619 A. S. Grant, feeding 862 Jim Glover, lumbfr.146.00 ing that in his opinion it was she,
Warrants were drawn for the several prisoners.83.25 863 Amoco Servire Station, and not himself, who had earned the
amounts, signed, sealed and counter- 4620 A. S. Grant, Cois.45.85 repairs.20.56 tribute. signed in open Board. 4621 A. S. Grant, finger- 864 Monticello Milling Co., Al Scaife, of Thomasville was reWarrants Drawn On General printing prisoners.19.00 feed.4.65 elected president of the council;
Revenue Fund 4622 A. S. Grant servant hire 30.00 865 C. W. Harris, groceries.7.70 Richard H. Simpson of Monticello,
7526 to 7563 inclusive, paid 4623 A. S. Grant, witness 866 J. L. Anderson, supplies. 10.05 was chosen one of the vice-presidents
to paupers ----. ---. 73.00 subpoenas. .26.80 867 Monticello Stock Yard, hogs 23.48 and C. A. Curry of Quincy was re7564 F. & M. Bank, paid bills 107.95 4624 A. S. Grant, handling Total Drawn on Road & elected treasurer.
7565 The Monticello News, prisoners _-. 6.25 Bridge Fund. ---$1,215.80 An examination of the annual re- Have plenty of broke and ready to work mules
supplies 371.16 4625 B. J. Hamrick, conviction Warrants Drawn on Mothers Fund port of the Suwannee River Council 7566 Sinclair Refining Co., fuel 72.99 fee.10.00 713 Mrs. Esther Kilpatrick.$4.00 shows that the 15 counties of the 7567 Bishop Office Equip. Co., 4626 T. B. Bird, docket fee .4.00 714 Mrs. Lillie Story.--8.00 council, Gadsden, Liberty, Franklin, FARM WITH HORSE~S AND MULES
ribbons 2.15 4627 T. B. Bird, Crim. Ct. Kk. 715 Mrs. C. E. Walker.6.00 Leon, Wakulla, Jefferson, Madison,
7568 S. C. Walker, Coins. on Cir. Ct .5.93 716 Mrs. Minnie L. Prison. 4.00 Taylor, Lafayette and Dixie in Flor- RAISE FEED FOR POWER
1944 tax Roll 1,196.53 4628 James Turney, witness fee 2.00 717 Mrs. Blanche Clark.6.00 Ida and Seminole, Decatur, Grady, 7569 The H. & W. B. Drew Co., 4629 1. M. Lawton, do.2.00 718 Mrs. Mae Marshall.2.00 Thomas and Colquitt in Georgia, have
supplies.4.42 4630 LeRoy Glenn, do.2.00 719 Mrs. Claude Allen.4.00 a total 12 year old boy population of I am receiving shipments eVery week
7570 The Coi. Office Sup. Co, 4631 A. G. Grant, do .2.00,720 Mary H. Norman.2.00 2,608. Jefferson has 125 of this total.
supplies 34.23 Total Fine & Forfeiture 721 Mrs. Mary Brown.2.00 This number is given to show the 1 will deliver any stock bought or traded
7571 Star Chemical Co., supplies 45.20 Fund.$464.521722 Mrs. Amanda Green.2.00 field for the Work of the Scout move7572 Fla. Power & Light Co., Warrants Drawn on Road & Bridge 723 Mrs. J. M. Hightower. 2.00 ment, as every American boy at the
lights . 26.87 Fund Total Drawn on Mothers ag of 12 is a potential Scout.
7573 R. J. Taylor, Coms. 1,152.00 839 R. H. Devane, salary, Fund.$42.001 Total membership in the Council
7574 City Water Dept., water 8.63 Nov. 1944 .$128.801 Warrants Drawn on Agriculture is 1236 Scouts, and 45 of them are 7575 L. R. Rainey, supplies 22.1884J.EGaded.150FudI mbrofte efrsncny
7576 A. S. Grant, jury services 77.55 841 N. L. Youngblood, Bal. salary 724 Miles Groover, office rent troops. C
7577 A. S. Grant, Gen. Ct. Wk. Nov. 1944.75.0 Negro County Agent. $ 3.00
Nov. 1944 38.00 842 T. B. Clark, salary, Nov. 725 E. N. Stephen salary
7578 Clyd H.r Sauls, do.MA GE.O.RGI5.3
7578 Clyde H. Sauls, do.56.30 1944.110.00 Nov. 1944 .200.00 Motion made and carried to place
7579 Clyde H. Sauls, do.-. 10.00 843 S. L. Long, Bat. salary i726 Selmna Standley, servicesI James Worner on Pauper List at $2.00 Night Phone 5291 Day Phone 2991
7580 Mrs. J. M. Henry, Salary, Nov. 1944.5.00 Home Dem. Office, per month.
Nov. 1944 .8.00 844 P. Fulford, fish.3.80 Nov. 194 .25.00 1 There being no further business the P. Receiving this week two car loads,
7581 E. W. Davis, do. 4.00 845 Burgman Tractor Equip- Total Drawn on Agriculture board then adjourned
7582 T. G. Bishop, rent health meant Company, supplies 37.27 Fund. .228.00 Approved: C. J. REAMS
unit 37.50 846 Suwannee Store, meat 4.05 Motion made a place Chairman. not truck of Mules.
7583 Ella Lee Lloyd, salary 847 Georgia Packing Co., Lula Williams on Pauper List at $2.00 CLYDE H. SAULS, Clerk.
Nov. 1944 .-- .--.--. 25.00
7584 D. A. Finlayson, rent office,
Nov. 1944 10.00
7585 Clyde H. Sauls, salary,
Nov. 1944 150.00
7586 C. J. Reams, do -.---. 40.00
7587 John H. Shuman, do. 40.00
7588 Fred Stokley, do -.-. 40.00
7589 E. Grantham, do. .---. 40.00
7590 E. S. Wright, do. 40.00
7591 Southeastern Tele. Co.,
phone rent 26.35
7592 William Broxie, Bal.
salary Nov. 1944 30.00
7593 I. W. Shepherd, labor 12.60
7594 Simmons City Drug Store,

7595 Head's Cash Drug Store, TO ALL ELECTRIC C
drugs .-.----._. .70
7596 D. H. Mays Hdwr. Store,

7597 T. B. Bird, postage .--. 1.12 OF FLORIDA POW ER A LIG CON
7598 J. L. Anderson, supplies 6.50
7599 Van H. Priest Co., supplies 4.20
7600 Lula Williams, pauper .--. 2.00 By order the Production Board, hereby noifying and every
7601 Ella Lee Lloyd, postage 1.15
7602 Ivie Pearl Hamrick, to su electricity the terms Utilities U-9.
registration fee 1.00
7603 T. L. Kinsey, do. 1.25
7604 J. E. Hagan, Clerk.5.00 4500.61 Utilities Order U-9. (7) Outdoor sign lighting except for: considers that compliance will endanger
7605 S. R. Cone, inspector-,.Z.00 (a) PURPOSE OF TIS ORDER. War re- (i) Directional or identification signs public health or safety may appeal for
7606 A. C. Marshall, do. 5.00 relief to the District Office of the War
7607 A. P, Porter, inspector & quirements have required police protect. Production Board for the area in which
B. bdx.8.60 supply of coal anl other fuels. The pur- tion, traffic control, transportation tie consumer is located, Ref.: U-9.
7608 J. P. Lacy, Clerk & pose of this order is to save fuels used in terminals or hospitals; or directional
ballot box .00 the generation of electricity by prohibiting or identification signs for any similar (f) NOTICES. (1) Every electric supplier
7609 G. R. McClellan, inspector 5,oo certain unnecessary uses of electricity, essential public services the lighting shall, as soon as practicable, notify by
7610 Reese Faglie, do. 5.00 of which is specifically certified to be publication or otherwise all persons to
7611 Ollie S.Lacydo .5.00 (b) DEFINITIONS. For the purpose of this necessary by local public authority. w.o.n it supplies electricity for uses pro.
7612 J. F. Wooten, clerk & order: Certification shall he made in writing hihited ly this order of the terms hereof.
ballot box.10.20
7613 o W. x C. Baret inspector. .5.0 (1) "Person" means any individual, to the appropriate electric supplier (2) If any electric supplier has knowl7613 W. C. Barrett, inspector .-.-.- 7.50 at edntb naypriua
7614 Frank Barnes, do -.--. 7.50 partnership, association, business trust, a ee n t edge of a violation of this order by a
7615 E. J. Wooten, do. 7.50 corporation, political Aabdi~ision, govf person to whom it supplies electricity,
7616B. M Algood clek &erumental agency or corporation or any (i)Drcinlo dniiainit shall inform the person of the viola7616 B. M. Alagood, clerk & (i ietoa rietfcto
ballot organized group of persons whether in- signs using not ore than 60 watts lion. If the dilation is continued, the
b67 alot boxer inpco. corporated or not, per establishment, for doctors and electric supplier shall notify the person
7617 Marvin Sasser, inspector 5.00 for hotels, and other lic loing in writing of tie specific terms of the

7619 A. W. Powell, do. 5.00 estahlishlnts. order which apply and of the penalties
7619 A. W. Poelle, do.0 son who generates, transmits or dis- i prescribed for violation and shall mail
7620 S. V. Coxetter, clerk &
ballot box. .10.80 tributes electricity. (d) EXEMPTIONS. (I) Any electric sup, a copy of the notice to the District Office
7621 M. D. Walker, inspector -.-. 7.50 (c) PROHIBITED USES. No person shall lilier who considers that coilriance with of thle War Production Board for thre
7622 W. A. Martin, do .-.--. 7.50 use electricity for any of the follow' this order by the persons whom it supplies area in which the consumer is located,
7623 J. M. Wirick, do. 7.50 directly and indirectly, will not reduce the Ref.: U-9.
7624 Thos. L. Folsom, clerk & consumption of coal or other scarce fuels
ballot box .27.00 (1) Outdoor advertising and outdoor may apply for exemption for the area it (g) VIOLATIONSIf the War Production
7625 C. L. Moore, inspector -. 25.00 promotional lighting. serves to the Office of War Utilities, War Board determines that any person is using
7626 T. G. Bishop, do. 25.00 Production Board, Washington 25, D. C., electricity in violation of this order, it
7627 H. S. Watson, do. 25.00 (2) Outdoor display lighting except Ref.: U-9. may direct the electric supplier serving
7628 Chas. D. Morris, clerk & where necessary for the conduct of the such person to disconnect service and preballot~~ bx.9.70 business of outdoor establishments. (2) The War Production Board may. scibetecniin ne hc evc
ballot box .--. 9.70 he c n iins u d r w ic e vc
7629 Dr. F. J. Conklin, inspector 7.50 (3) Outdoor decorative and outdoor from time to time issue directions ex. may be reconnected. In addition, any
7630 J. B. Smith, do .7.50 ornamental li-liting tempting designated areas from this person who wilfully violates any provision
7631A. Dnca, d. . .50order if it finds that compliance within of this order or who in connection with
7631 A. F. Duncan, do. 7.50 ~d 1 cn I aeilfc
7632 W. A. Dutton clerk & (4) Show window lighting except wuere
ballot box 13.00eswilntrdc tecnu hi re iful ocasa aeilfc
ballot bx.13.00 necessary for interior illumination. tion of coal or other scarce fuels in or furnishes false information to any die7633 1. L. Bishop, inspector. 10.00 (5) Marquee lighting in excess of 60 accordance with the purpose of this apartment or agency of the United States
7634 C. B. Brock, do . 10.00
7634 C. B. Brock, do. .10.00 watts for each marquee. order. is guilty of a crime and upon conviction
7635 C. A. Walker, do. 10.00
7536 L. L. Shealey, clerk & (6) White way street lighting in excess (e) APPEALS. Any person affected by may be punished by fine or imprisonment.
ballot box -----. 11.30 of tie amount determined by local this order who considers that compliance (h) EFFECTIVE DATE. The effective date
7637 J. A. Beauty, inspector.7.50 public authority to be necessary for with this order will work an exceptional of paragraph (c) of this order shall be
7638 W. T. Timmons, do -.-. 7.50 public safety., or unreasonable hardship on him or who February 1, 1945.
7639 J. H. Smith, inspector 7.50
7640 D. L. Monroe Jr., clerk &
ballot box 10.60
7641 C. L. McClellan, inspector.7.50
7642 Fred Cooksey, do. -. 7.50 WAR PRODUCTION BOARD
7643 J. T. Connell, do. -------. 7.50
7644 E. H. Groom, clerk & RycordiEP SELAN,
ballot box 13.60
7645 John Williams, inspector 7.50
7646 N. B. Kelley, do. 7.50 Dated this 22nd LIGHT
7647 A. F. Connell, do. 7.50
7648 Ollie O'Neal, clerk &
ballot box 9.00B
7649 Sophia Poppell, inspector .5.00 11.E. SO N,
7650 Ethel Poppell, do. 5.00
7651 J. H. Garrett, do. .5.00
7652 D. H. Mays, polling place 2.00
7653 J. P. Lacy, do 2.00