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The Monticello news

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The Monticello news
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Monticello news (Monticello, Fla.)
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Monticello, FL
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ECB Publishing, Inc., Emerald Greene - Publisher
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January 5, 2005
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v.60 no.36 March 30, 1945

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United States -- Florida -- Jefferson -- Monticello
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Description based on: Vol. 23, no. 22 (Nov. 20, 1925).
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Weekly constitution (Monticello, Fla.)

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NToE rMONTICELLONEWS HE RED CLAY HILL
The Great Middle SECTION OF
Gateway to Forlda, TH OT CLO NW FLORA


PHE NATIVE HOME OF THE PAPER SHELL PECAN JEFFERSON COUNTY FLORIDA'S IDEAL FARMING AND DAIRYING SECTION
VOL. 60, No. '5. MONTICELLO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1945 FIVE CENTS A COPY


Boots Thomas, Iwo Womans Club to Meet Important Matters Reports Coming In County Agent Stephens' Annual Report

Jima Hero, Killed The April meeting of the Womans To Come Before Point To Success Reflects Progress of Local Farming
Club will be held Tuesday afternoon \
In Action March 3rd April 3rd., at 4 o'clock in the Wo- 1945 Legislature Of Red Cross Drive f,, PR AI ES N
mans Club building. Dr. F. A. Brink fferson Theatre PRACTICES BRING
Msill be the speaker, and a ful lattend- (At the request of the editor, Rep- Final reports for the Red Cross Chosen As New Name RICH RETURN
Monticello friends were saddenedioC se AsN w am
Wednesday morning to learn of the ance is urged. resentative Richard H. Simpson pre-\ War Fund campaign have been made
death of Platoon Sergeant Ernest Ivy pared the following article as a sum- by the Major Gifts Division under Highlighting Wednesday's luncheon
(Boots) Thomas, son of Mrs. Martha C01 Johnson Writes mary of some of the more important the chairmanship of T. L. Clarke, the as the new name for the local theatre, meeting of the Kiwans Club was a Thomas of Tallahassee, who was items which will demand and receive cunty Division under Mrs. Maurice f resume of the year's activity of the
killed in action on Iwo Jima on March Prents Of Soldier the attention of members of the 1945 Loeb, and the Residential District trely named the "Katherine This County Agent's office and a report of
3rd Florida Legislature. The article, under the joint chairmanship of Mrs. wte" sai S.Katratosiowner, this the 1044-45 agricultural production
*which shows careful thought in its W. E. Leisy, Mrs. L. R. Rainey, Mrs e for this county presented by E. N
Coming so soon after his much- illed G preparation, should be read with the W. H. Bulloch and Mrs. T. S. Bras- troyed by fire a few weeks ago, will Stephens. E. I. Braswell, Fred Stokheralded feat of planting the U. S. -these three divisions solicited reopen in the same location which is
i'ecaeulopentbyeey h- el ley and E. Grantham of the Board of
Flag on Mount Suribachi during the Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Jenkins, parents zen of Jefferson county, in order that ontibutions totalling $1,900.80 allo- now in the process of being rebuilt. County Commissioners, J. C. Kersey, bitter fighting for that crater-top, of Corporal Samuel T. Jenkins, re- they may be informed on these mat- cated as follows: Major Gifts, $450.00, The Katherine Theatre was named principal of Aucilla School, Keathley news of Boots' death was a great ceived a letter this week from Colonel ters). County, $741.30 and Residential for the daughter of a former owner, Bowden and Richard Ohmes were
shock. He was killed on his 21st Walter M. Johnson, who was the $709.50. and was continued under the same guests.
name after it was sold. However, In stressing the importance of pasbirthday. commanding officer of the 117th in- No recent Florida Legislature has According to Mrs. F. A. Brink, there is ito longer any connection tu ressin tephence the
It was on Friday, February 23rd fantry in which their son was serv- been faced with as many major prob- War Fund chairman, these divisions with the original significancecof ture improvement, Stephens cited the
that his platoon fought its way up ing when killed in action in Ger- lems as is the 1945 session, which have earned special recognition for name and Mr. Stratos and his part- and Dallis grass, 100 acres of White the 550 foot high mountain during many last month. opens in Tallahassee next Tuesday. the speed arid completeness with ner N. W. Carnation, preferred at a llis ass 100 acres of White
the height of the battle arid raised Colonel Johnson wrote: The last two sessions have been con- which they carried through their part rane which would identify the ple- Dutch clover and 350 acres of lespeOld Glory on thecrater top. Thomas Headquarters fined largely to adequate financing of the campaign. The results were e sw w h the i deza in the past year as a great step
had taken over the platoon after the APOa30r c 1o Infatr for the state arid the various coun- achieved largely through the efforts serves.of
lieutenant in charge had been wound- 30 Postmaster ties. This session will be concerned of the solicitors working under the beef and dairy production in this
A 8O March 1 w Those work- The Jefferson is admirably suited county. Over 1700 tons of fertilizer
N exv Y o k N rc Y94 w ith im p rov em en t in th e v ario u s ser ch airm en n am ed above. T h s o to th e p u p s f th e n w a m d m t r a s o g t c o e a i e y t r l
Followingtheactis vices now being rendered by the state, ing in Monticello were Mrs. J. G. An- purpose o e new name an materials, bought cooperatively thru
Following the action and still coy- R's. Jo. 1iand improvement in the efficiency of person, Miss Olive Ulmer, Mrs. Pan- the change has been put into effect the county agent's office, were apere with theoemn grim ofe battlenc Thrn R.ron Ris No.v 1,eMs Pn fiewr
as was summoned to the flagship, Monticello, Florida. the various state departments. sy M. Anderson, Mrs. Henry B. Fos- while ithe show was inoperative after plied to these pastures and other winwhere he was praised for his brave Dear Mrs. Jenkins: School Improvement ter, Miss Ivie Pearl Hamrick, Mrs. t ter legumes.
feat, arid he was interviewed in a The regretful news that your son, I One of the very important matters E. N. Stephens, Mrs. Bill Williams, It was pointed out that considerbroadcast to the United States. His Cpl. Samuel T. Jenkins, ASN 20421042 to come up this time will be the ques- Mrs. Ruth S. Rich, Mrs. Hugh Gay, Club W omen Offered able encouragement to livestock
modesty during- this sudden glory was killed in action oi 27 February, tion of whether or not we want our Mrs. S. C. Walker and Mrs. W. D. growers has been given by the sucwhich surrounded him and during the 1945 in Germany has already been school system to be improved so that Byrd, Mrs. Letty H. Flewellen, Mrs. Gardening Project cess of the Monticello Stock Yard,
days that followed made him a great- delivered to you by the Secretary of it will be at least as good as the Clyde Sauls, Mrs. George Y. Mills where gross receipts of $660,000.00
ly beloved hero among his own men. War. average for the forty-eight states. Mrs. A. L Chick, Mrs. Willette H. At Finney General from the sale of about $9,000 head of
'Boots Thomas lived in Monticello My purpose in writing this letter Statistics show that almost 50,000 Anderson, and Mrs. P. C. Wilkins. cattle and 26,500 hogs were realized
with his parents, Mrs. Martha Thom- is to express my deep sympathy for people in Florida have never been to The communities in the count- M rn 1944. It has been a great asset to
as and the late E. I. Thomas, and at- you in the loss you have suffered and school and that one-third of our vere solicited as follows: Welaunee e r at the guestlfarers of tis cunt aret
tended the local school. After his answer some of the questions which adults have been no farther than the by Mrs. J. M. Carr; Lamont by Mrs, speaker at the annual meeting of see cattle sold at current market
father's death, about five Years ago, I know you have in your mind. sixth grade. We need to put our David Walker, Mrs. W. H. Walker, the Garden Club held on Monday prices. The clear-cut spread in price
fther' eathy bodtofv yar aoI kov you hae in yio mid.ty 'n afternoon at the Woman's Club .Mrs. between scrub animals and good
the family moved to Tallahassee. Your son died in line of duty, in school system on a more permanent Mrs. G. W. McDaniel, Jr., and Mrs. Hickey is one of the recreation grade animals at the yard has led to Boots, however, liked Monticello and (Continued on page 4, Sec. Two basis. The schools should attract Ada Mills; Fanlev by Mr. W. T. Dow- Hickers one o te recreainrad us of the-brd hed to
remained here, completing his high -------- men and women teachers for their den; Elizabeth by Mrs. Karl Trefry workers at Finney Hospital, Thomas- increased use of pure-bred herd sires.
yulle. She described the set-up of 1Two major steps forward were r'eschool education at Monticello High Movement Starts To life work instead of for a temporary and Mrs. Jim Lacy; Wacissa by Mrs. the Red Cross recreation work in the viewed in the corn and oat crops of
School. He worked as a clerk, at Su- employment. When this is done ade- Sam Snyder; Aucilla by Miss Edith hospital which adheres to one plan. wthe last few years. Improved vaewannee Stores. Standardize Variety quate supervision should be provided M. Dyer, Mrs. R. H. Hancock and Hosita w h ers to one te lat fe ars imroved veAfter completing his freshman Viin L. imon Bethel by Having learned one's way about one ties of oat seed and increased use of
year at Tri-State College, Angola, Names Of Camellias he is getting the highest value for Mrs. R .M. Gilbert; Drifton by Mrs. center, one can never get lost in a (Continued on page 5, Sec. One)
Indiana, he enlisted in the Marine the tax dollar spent. A statewide P. B. Bird; Waukeenah by Mrs. E. R. Gtag ceer sine th eopani
Corps in May 1942, and received his Gainesville, Fla.-A movement to citizens comuntee has r-ecommnended Mrs D. L. Monroe, Jr., es set-tp of its kind in this Geo. W. McRory Is
boot training at Parris Island, S. C., establish standard nomenclature for this school improvement. Iand Mrs. B. F. Buzbee; Nash by Mrs. country.
remaining there as instructor for sev- camellias was begun by a group of County Allocations (Continuted on page 4, Sec. Two Mrs_ Hickey- told of the experi- Named Head of Boys
eral months. He went overseas in growers of the Southeastern states It is not likely that there will be mo wt Mre i e of the eer
September 1944. Iwo Jima gave him meeting in Savannah, Georgia, re- any change in the allocation of the Small Towns Must thothe usc of ardening f Industrial School
his first and last combat experience. cently, according to reports received gasoline tax Or the race track tax.
Surviving him are his mother, now here. Each county will contiie to receive S ve Fat Salvage Ville Garden Club. It is so success- George W. McRor of Tallahassee
employed in the state road depart- The group appointed a committee at least $3,500 from tire racing rev-' e en d Club. t is o the W Mctory of alahassee
meant office in Tallahassee, and a 'of outstanding growers and horticul- enue or from some other source to Pfogram for U.fS.at asecondpprojt s mo a nave of Montiel, ws aointed
making. They hope that the Monti- superintendent of the Florida Indusyounger brother and sister, students turists to establish an organization take its place. cello Club which has made a few trial School for Boys at Marianna,
at Leon High school. for the purpose of standardizing ve- The various cities of Florida will tribute to th w' ,
rieties, spelling, and position of va- ask for a huge suni to pay their bond- A-ni ni-gent--even desperate-appeal during th oast yeae world ons Finnh succeeding Millard Davidson, whoeJeffersoR County Negro riety names. The organization will ed debts. They will probably be de-' nln) and cmthe osw project. The plan is to create out- institution.
Jefro onyN gowork with growers to establish ar-i nied in this, hat some source of local sml- on n i am oji ndo lyadrstaesb ln- mnr,4 er lwsrcnl

Gives Life For Country orderly and systematic method of revenue may be made available to the fat salvage program of the na- doo Coley arn-d 'est ar5easebyplant- McRory, 47 years old, was recently
identification of camellia varieties them so that they can work out their tion, by the Army and representa- pag released by the army with the rank
Zand thus correct the not uncommon own problems. tives of various government agencies
Zeke Reams, son of Joseph Reams, anchuoorettecoencmonrnre rblm.d with srotn this essmni made purchasing agent for' Compof Monticello is a Jefferson county practice of calling one variety by sev- Committee Report tial salvaged product t e nlder Ju as agfntefHe Cam
negro soldier who has made the su- eral names. A legislative comnmitte, will report 27 Aears lgo the automobile business in Sanford
preme sacrifice for his country. R. J. Wilmot, Florida Agricultural on the possibility of reorganization No home is too small to contribute for several years and later was emZeke has served overseas for three Experiment Station horticulturist who f the state government ome waste fat, and unless all homes played in the office of the collector of
years and was killed in the fighting is now working On a project to cor- h tegenet. his is a contribute the need will not be met. ITEMS FROM THE MONTICELLO internal revenue.
in Germany, according to a telegram rect errors in varietal names, is a part of it should be adopted at ths There is an acute need for 322 million NEWS OF MARCH 1918 received by his father from the War member of the committee appointed time. Those items that should be pounds of fat salvage in 1945. This service with the Florida National
Department. by the group. considered immediately are a more is 100 million pounds more than was (Editor's note: The issue of March Guard in 1940, he was an auditor for
,adequate budgetary control of state recovered in 1944 and represents a 29, 1918, which should be used for the Comptroller's office. He was a expenditures, a state buying agency truly frightening task. this week's column, is missing from lieutenant colonel in the Quartermasa Interesting items of Jef- so that this state can profit by the In Monticello the Piggly Wiggly the files. The items here are taken ler Corps with units that took part
Siferson County Boys and discounts available to large purchas- market has the regular outlet for from other March issues.) in the Normandy invasion. He servGirls in Service. ers and the recommendation to com- waste fats. Any amount, small or Misses Adeline and Esther Haile ed 5 months in France and Germany
bile about twenty boards and bur- large, will be received at any time. of the State College for Women spent and received a medical discharge afeaus into one. Chester Grantham, who recently be- the week end with their parents, Mr. ter being returned to the States .
Emory Seabrooks of Monticello, tie of Surigao Strait. Herman has Old age assistance has gone about came manager of the market, ex- and Mrs. W. E. Haile. Mr. McRory's new position pays a
Florida, has received an honorable also been in the Solomon, Admiralty as high as it can go under the federal plains the procedure of saving fats. Mr. Richard Warren, of Rochester, salary of $4,002 a year with living discharge from the Army for medical nd Hawaiian Islands. regulations. There is no apparent Housewives should strain their fat N. Y., is in the city, spending some quarters and food furnished.
reasons and has returned to his home. aV attempt to reduce the amount now into a tin container. It need not have time at the Monticello.
ice box the fat will harde- enough to vho haos been coming to Monticello
He was a PFC with the Engineer T/5 Edward B. Bailey has written being paid. cecover;f tewianhasdekepto inghthe Judge Pearce Barnes, of New York, H A T O E
Corps Overseas and was discharged his parents from a hospital in France, Many Other Proposals be easily handled for the time it for several winters, is with s again,
at Oliver General Hospital, Auzusta, telling of wounds he received in the nA state advertising program is be- takes to bring it to the market. The stepping at the Monticello. rorgia. oeb tne fmily ad that he i ot interstate sben by t then m e a t pMrs. J. L. Anderson entertained the L Dr. F. A. Brink, Director
-V- irs nes te fmil ha ththebadouttha th stte illbenfitby hishousewvife receives 2 red points per- Senir League of the Methodist
Pfc. James A. Wright, a brother been wounded. The usual message because the visitors attracted will pound of fat. Four cents a pound is Chur Leayuevof verthing CHICKENPOX
of Keith, has been in the Pacific 18 from the War Department had not contribute to our government through also allowed, but most housewives are i Church Friday evening. Everything months with a- Army engineer unit. bee- received. Ed wrote such a fine, taxes oi cigarettes, races, gasoline, (Continued o pagee5, e One in the pretty home was in keeping' A large number of children and a He contracted jungle fever and was comforting message to his family etc. decorations and environment. Ae- few adults have had chickenpox durhospitalized in the Netherlands East that perhaps the War Department's The cigarette tax runs out this lightful menu of refreshments were ing recent weeks. The spread has
Indies for a while, but has returned omission was the best method in this year and will probably be re-enacted. FARM NEWS saved cake and ice cream and games been due primarily to the failure of
to New Guinea to rejoin his outfit, case. Ed said he had come in con- This has proven to be a good source played by the young people were responsible persons to observe the
___V tact with a land mine, which explod- Of revenue with little hardship on (by Richard Ohmes)much enjoyed rules relating to the control of comWord has been received that Pfc. ed and blew off his left foot. He anybody. Like the tax oi gasoline, E.ty H.n Groom asince municable diseases.
Charlie C. Anderson, who has been spoke of the wonderful care the doc- Jefferson county receives much more Here is a summary of important city Monday. Mr. Groom announces It is true that chickenpox does not
resting in a hospital in England for tors were giving the men, arid that he from the cigarette tax in payments changes in the 1945 Florida Conser- the arrival of a sveet little baby girl cause serious illness save in a few a few weeks, has returned to active would be in good shape to work to our old people than we pay into vstion Program, as presented by to brighten the lives of the happy severe cases. Yet the rules require dirty. again when he recovered and in dis- the state treasury on this item. County Agent Stephens at a meeting parents. Mr. Groom says he now and common sense should teach that
-V charged. Bills will be introduced for im- in the Courthouse last Saturday: has four boys and four girls, the boys exposure of non-immune persons to
Pr-ivte Keith Wright, who attend- Ed is another example of the bray- provements in forestry, fishing, wa- (1) Payments are limited this b Mod any commnicible disease is to be
ed Monticello High School while liv- cry of Jefferson county boys, wher- ter control, oil rights and many year. There is only one exception- born on Saturday. prevented if possible.
ing here, has just been shipped over- ever they aresent and whatever their others too numerous to mention, establishing permanentMr. ad Mrs. George Dreblow, of In the case of chickenpox, it is
seas for duty with a medical corps fate. More than 2,000 bill will probably be (2) Payments for volunteer cro- Cicao wo ae g S ilver presumed to be possible for a patient
unit, according to letters received by v considered by the House of Repre- talaria and beggarweed are out. (Continued on page 4, Sec. Two to give the disease to others for as
his mother, Mrs. C. J. Brown of Jack- Captain Charles Kenneth Reed, of sentatives. 3) The rates of payment for van- long as two weeks from the beginsonville. Private Wright enlisted be- Monticello, brought his home town In representing Jefferson county I ous practices have been reduced. Two Local Men Inducted ning of the disease; also as long as
fore completing his final year of high into the black-face lead paragraph in need the help and advice of each citi- (4) Payments for potash applica- there is any unhealed sore or crust.
school. He received his training at the London Daily Mail when he was zen. 1 will sincerely appreciate hear- tion on certain crops have been re At Blanding Thursday Popular opinion has much to do
Camp Blanding, was stationed for alchosen to pilot Rhona Churchill in a ing from any citizen of Jefferson surmed. with the spreading or the prevention
while in Texas, and at Camp Polk, reconnaissance plane over the Roer county in regard to any matter to be How to figure the maximum Two Monticello boys were accepted of these so-called childrens diseases.
Louisiana, where his unit was made Valley. considered by the House of Represen- amount you can earn under the new for service in the U. S. Army at People are prone to be careless about
up for overseas service. The story drew a five column head tatives. I expect to be at home each program: if you are not going to Camp Blanding last Thursday-Wil- diseases that are not dangerous. It
V- "Rhona Churchill Looks Down on week-end but if you do not see me, build terraces or establish permanent son Monroe Barrett and Lee Brinson takes a death or two from some
Herman Harrell, S 1/c, writes Roer Battle From Unarmed Plane." just send a letter in care of the House pasture, your maximum will be sim- Philmon. A large group of selectees severe contagion before the full cohis mother that he is now getting A box head above it calls attention of Representatives, Tallahassee. I ply the sum of (1) one dollar per went to Blanding on that day for pre- operation of the public is obtained. nail regurlarly in the. Pacific. He has 1to the story and describes the work realize the heavy r0?rponsibility that Lor-e of cropland, (2) twxo dollars per induction physical examination also. taken part in the invasions of the of the little reconnaissance planes I carry in representing this great acre of commercial orchard (includ- Barrett has been employed as car- RABIES INOCULATIONS
Marshall Islands, Saipan, Palau Is- -Reconnaissance planes flying only county ard it is my sincere desire to ing young tung) arid (3) twenty nter for I. W. Shepherd. His wife Soni 150 dogs were inoculated on lands, Leyte, the battle of Surigao 600 ft. above the Roer battlefield can reader the service the county so rich- :erts per acre of fenced noncrop open md child live in Monticello. Philmon Saturday as a measure for preventStraits, Mindoro ar-d Luzon. His see Cologne, less than 20 miles away. ly deserves, pasture land, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Phil- log hydrophobia. This work is done
ship was given official credit for They see everything--the front-line RICHARD H. SIMPSON If you ar- going to build terraces, non amd has been employed as truck under the city ordinance which resinking a Jap battleship in the bat- (Continued on page 4, Sec. One) Representative, Jefferson unty. (Continured on page 5, Sdc. Ore) driver for Standard Oil company. (Continued oi page 4, Sec. Two
I cary n rpreentng his rea ace o comerial rchrd incud- Barett as eenempoye ascar





The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., Friday, March 30, 1945


O.4-Manila Wracked and Gutted by Spiteful Demolitions CLASSIFIED'




T FARM IMPLEMENTS
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PLOT ON HITLER KS
Those whose business it is to41
study the intricate problem of Ger- 4 b o t el- o wn People:
man politics have now come to the y Roosevelt was conceited. They
conclusion that if it hadn't been for told this one on him. That Teddy
the July 20 putsch against Hitler, died and went to heaven where he
we might have been saved six discovered the famed choir had been
months or so of fighting. disbanded. He told St. Peter it V
The attempt on Hitler's life gave should be reorganized and that he,
him the excuse to clean out everyconduct.
him he xcue t clen ot eery"Ver wel,"sai TheOldFelow.Keep the Battle Rolling
military man not in sympathy with 'o my enos shOld weaw t
the war, and his military leaders Tedd y te en lli ten- WithWarBondsand______since then have lacked the courage T s s ton etc.
to suggest an armistice -Deven many basines? aske
though they knew the war was hope- "How m b i ? e
less.
les. :~ai;.~A ~ Here is the inside story of what i b q =tecd
happened.
happned. ~FDR's guesting at the fore LARGE BOTTLE- 254
The Hitler plot had been cleverly arranged by the British. C Pa i Y.t bn RO
They had been working for min Ro e wrl tour a Wein
months with a small secret seg- R et yrn tol a
monts wth asmal scretseg4 .Stockholm he lived at the royal palment of anti-Hitler officers in- ace. When "Mr. Big-Stick" was
side the German army. Actualha ee ai ve efr te Once-proud Manila joins the cities of the dead, wracked and gutted by battle and the spiteful demoli- Teddy snapped: "I don't like them.
ly, their pipelines into Germany ~~tesnaino iigi aae
war started. Weeks and weeks tions of the Japs. The stately buildings which formerly housed government and industry are now largely hol- You can't ring a bell and complain
of the most minute planning low shells. The marts of trade echo only to the crash of falling timbers. Reins of the civil government return about the room!"
had gone into the plot.
Honeer int the plotiga to the Philippine commonwealth, and the battered capital binds its wound and looks forward to a rebirth. Oneofthestffoff____hses
However, as in anything asOnoftesafofrdhsedangerous as an attempt to as- ignition to the executive editor
sassinate the world's chief mad-- of the old New York World. He
man, something went wrong at P s w rS e p n a st h w R d c lC a g sepandta ewsgigt
the last minute. A high-up Ger- start his own little country newsman officer on the general staff paper. "I'd like some advice
had agreed to place a brief-a day had gred t plce bref-from you," said the reporter, get it off the shelf for everything
case containing a time-bomb "on how you think I ought to run from Dad's had-cold stuffiness and
alongside Hitler's chair during it." Granny's neuralgic headaches to
a meeting of the general staff. little Jim's chapped hands and
He dd s. Bt ethe Hilerperon,"e said te exe "Askg scraped knees. It's a real family
He did so. But either HitlerI
moved away or else did not sit 1 one of our indignant subscribwhere expected. At any rate ers."
when the bomb went off, it
killed several officers, but Hitler Al evelt was
was only wounded in the hand G
by man named Moe Schenck (he
That incident, however, touched worked out of Albany) was introoff the bloodiest blood purge in his- How duced t ilThr
tory. Neutral sources estimate that Moe wa i t Whe ouse tse
100,000 German officers and other one of the secretaries about a
high-up officials suspected of anti- 1 w Get H p As cu t o
Hitler bias were killed. Any German leader who had grown cool regarding the war or was. slightlywell'd Mr. Roosevelt.
gardng he wr o wa, slghty h. ~ "How are you, Moe, you old sunuvacritical of Hitler was included. gun-what are you doing in Wash
In the last war, it was the Ger- ington?
man general staff who demanded of Moe explained his mission briefly
the Kaiser that he sue for peace and started to go. FDR said: "Good
as early as September 29, 1918. luck, Moe. Don't be such a strong
The German civilian government re- er. Come see me sometime."
sisted. In this war it was expected d "Mr. President," Moe intoned
that the professional military caste 4 a ver bus mWA a y
would see the futility of further figh t__v punk as the dickens, brings on stomach
would s the fitof pecfuter fiht- v At./44 a socil event which Thom- upset, sour taste, gassy discomfort,.
ing and also sue for peace after the rsX2 Aaso
Normandy invasion last June. L I as E a relctatl take Dr. Caldwell's famous medicine
But as a result of the July purge to quickly pull the trigger on lazy "in.
themiltay ladrs hosurive .~ 4~at~ his finlyescae ugn-hs admi- nards", and help you feel bright and
the military leaders who survivedtor chipper again.
dared not brave Hitler's wrath. ers to sit in a corner. A friend DR. CAI is the wonderful senPOSTWAR CONSCRIPTION The new Pullmnan three-tier sleeper, to be used in postwar period, is shown in upper left. Lower left, noticed that he kept looking at na laxative contained in good old Syrup
Although no final decision has the duplex-roomette railroad car is one of several new designs being presented to railroad officials by his watch and, drawing closer, Pepsin to make it so easy to take.
been made by FDR personally, the Pullman company. Upper right, the traditional rectangular table arrangements give way to a modernized he heard Edison sigh deeply and tihaansrCTO se heear.
Undersecretary of War Bob Patter- scheme in the new diner. Lower right, a redcap captain examines revolutionary method of handling luggage on murmur: "If there were Only a cin mresptaend Age te
the ew oac moel.dog here." take. So be sur your laxative is conson and several other White House
advisers are urging him to press
for immediate congressional action he home of Beethoven in Bonn vorIT O mlo foL5Wears, ade
on a postwar compulsory militaryAm rcn F r e inG r a yGL NerrJp nvctofmlosfr50eradfe,
on potwa copulorymiltay m ricn L rme ',.1.S as been converted into a memorial that wholesome relief from constipatraining law covering all men 18 museum. In one of the rooms, roped tion. Even finicky children love it.
to 26. CAUTION: Use only as directed.
Patterson and some of the army upo whih hon composed
brass hats want Roosevelt to jam most of his famous music. A very
the conscription bill through con- snooty girl visited the shrine with a
gress before the war is over. They party of American tourists. She
are using the line with FDR that LUO looked at the piano with awe and A AXTIVE
passage of a peacetime conscription
bill by congress now will be further jstew oe on it she sat down
evidence to the United Nations that a
this country will maintain a sizable P I PN and lgt a As s lfthe remilitary force to help keep the I N marked to the attendant: "I suppeace. 1
peace.pose all the great pianists who have Congressional leaders so far are come here at one time or another
against immediate consideration, have played on it."
feel they'll have their hands full in The guard replied: "No, miss, not eptic dressthe next few months getting more U at all. Paderewski was here sev- Hanford's
urgent ostwarmeasurs throgh \.eral years ago, but said he wasn't BASMO YRI It contains
urgent postwar measures through wrh otuhi.
capitol hill, such as jobs, without sorenessand
starting up a terrific controversy aired muscles.
over conscription. Takes the ting and itch out of burns.
MINDANAO At adnepatBeLiie(dy scalds, insect bites, ak and ivy poisonNote: The White House is be- Peel innrivat l ea wea the wind and su burn. chafing and
ing deluged with mail against in p Aifel eowdnn the pdin. Its antiseptic action lesspostwar conscription. Most of family pearls. danger of ifection whenever the
the ublc semsto e aaint i"What lovely pearls, Bea. Are they skin is cut or broken.
the public seems to be against geuie O cattle handy For the mor
gene? tie cusyucnaw s -4of kitchen and nrsery. At
ZAMBANGAtell by biting them. Here, let me or druggist.-ra size bottle 3Sit:
CAPITAL CHAFF CIFIC "Gladly," said Lady Peel, prof- Q.C. HANFORD MFG.COwsrcing N.Y.
C The German people have been S m Ce
ordered to kill all chickens in order v eighrjwl." nm
to save feed. with false teeth."
41 A secret report has been cir- American navy, marines and inculated among top WPB officials Even in conquered German territory, Pvt. Harold W. Barnes of Cen- fantry, supported by tank corps, One of the important Washing
showing that, as of February 1, the g
owterburg, Ohio, finds time to put into practice the knowledge acquired continue to advance island by island ton newspapers once reported
manpower situation was excellent, on a farm at Centerburg. He was right at home when he found the new toward Tokyo. Map shows how new (on its front page) a mild in- ______________Manpower Commissioner McNutt litter of pigs at a farmhouse near Sindorf, Germany, and helped to landing gives the American forces disposition of President Roosehas told the senate military affairs pull them through their first days under American occupational rule, control of the entire Philippines. velt with: "President Kept AT FIRST
committee privately the same thing. to His R b dA
. . Senator Chandler of Kentucky R ha o dr e
quoting Vice Chairman William Batt N B Ten Air S et gea o ich h e hows
of the WPB "That we have already i T Raid New Ten
out-produced our enemies and our to visiting diplomatic bigwigs in
Allies." their moments of relaxation.
1. Representative Charles La Follette, liberal Indiana Republican Tsis ws write athanil Haw -_________________as_______and a close friend of Wendell L. thornes ore as ak er Oew N
Wilikie, never had met, his son, thdy e waskfired a came Ome
Philip Willkie, until his recent trip depres Bis wif as' he
to London where Lieutenant Will- told t t s had st Se
kie was stationed. A few days later
La Follette bumped into Philip acci- money from household expenses so
dentally in New York, and a few that he could one day afford to write Irritations!
days after that Willkie arrived in the book he was planning. Famous doctor's discovery acts on the
Washington and was a guest at La That is how Hawthorne wrote
Follttes hoe."The Scarlet Letter." kidneys to increase urine and relieve
Follette's home.ATv
Le painful bladder irritations caused
teste Nooweian eBasyhspo.~ It's supposed to have happened at by excess acidity in the urine
tested to Louis B. Mayer against. toosevelt's inaugural re- There is no need now to suffer unnecessar
Metro Goldwyn Mayer's plan to >t 4 .
screen "Victoria," by novelist KnutA midwest plumbing man- ditr ad discomfort from bckhe,
cop ion. bladder irritation, and run-down feeling scren "ictria" b noelit Kut 5 ~ufacturer who had supported the due to excess acidity in your urine take
Hansun, who turned quisling. The
Norwegians don't want any book by c g ugtsr.
any quisling featured in Hollywood. th lne. Roo n Wts fast oo icase
Theewek hv nw ase adThe yugldhabencoached the flow of urine and relieve excess acidity.
Three weeks have now passed and-known the Norwegian embassy is wonder-Oiial icvrdII ~
theNoregin ebasy i woder~ ,,~ .for weeks on correct etiquette in Ebysician, Swam p Root is a carefully
ing why Louis B. Mayer has not of 16 herbs, rots,
Photo shows Kenneth "Tug" Wi. wnwelutlse asi- vegetables, balsams and other natural inreplied.erything grdients. it's not arh or abitformi
rele.German air raid shelters have been wvorinsg overtimec thanks to the son, former athletic director at troducedtoFDR. She curtsied slight- I. any wa -just good ingredients that
( The California Veterans of For American air forces Photo shows Pfc Archie Bakay, Akron, Ohio, left, Northwestern university, who hax ly and they said with great defr- help you feel worlds better fast!
cign Wars have requested Roosevelt and Pfc Charles Smart Franklin N C with guns alert as the just been appointed commissioner of ence, "This is a great hnr se f free. r sample led
to drop deportation proceedings liipect one of the typical shelters in Duren, Germany. They are infantry the Big Ten conference He has re- President, I've heard father speak that you did. Send name end address to against west coast labor leader Department E, Kilmer & Co., Inc., Box
Harry Bridgesn e d of you many times." 1255, Stamford, Con. Offer limited. send
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AmeBy Of OL The MoodyIST Bibl Dntiut. the most popular pattern numbers.
THE STORY THUS FAR: Theif you were not planning to arrest and went to the crowd. O easdy Amerelst-neper Uio S
can troops arrived at Adano, a seaport me?" "Do yo want fishp" he asked
in Ital), with Major Victor Joppolo, the
Amgot officer In charge. Sergeant Borth, "I didn't bring it, Tomasino, it the crowd. SEWING CIRCLE PATTERNCDEPT.
an M.P., was in charge of security. The just came. I don't want the crowd 530 South wells St ago
Major set out to win the trust of the any more than you do. I just want n u s o m t Enclose 25 cents in coins for each
citizens and promised to replace thedesired. town bell stolen by the Nazis. Generalto per- ected and copyrighted by International Siater.N
ton el soln y heNais Gneal "I do not believe It," the morose uaeTmsntogfihg.YuCouncil of Religious Education; used by-PtenN. Marvin, chief of American forces in that ud oai tgofsn.YuPemson
Mavn he fAeia ocsi ht man said. "Ali men of authority must choose between this stupid Naeermission.:
section, became enraged at the carts on are alike You came to arrest me, gaping and having fish." THE AUTHOR AND PERFECTER
road leading into the city and ordered Address
the Major to keep them out of the city. or perhaps to shoot me."
Hearing that the city could not get wa- I beg you to believe me," the upecntd conersatin and getter without the carts, Major Joppolo Major said. tnprbulletn onvito Giusea
told Captain Purvis to let them enter
theepp city.le Puris tomel proec himelf reDNTXTLtu-wt a
the city. Purvis, to protect himself, re- Giuepp wakt histled. to hisel andz immediate, it was now. Eating tience the race that Is set before us, looking i-h
ported the matter to headquarters. The fish was future and uncertain at unto Jesus the author and perfecter of our
letter was held up In the office. Ing," he said impressively. "The Ma- best. The crowd chose staying to faith,-Hebrews 12:1, 2. WOURLD SLIARIEST SELLIEBATAG11
lett. jor said to Tomasino: 'I beg you to watch.
believe me.' When he saw that he could not ar- Christianity is a resurrection faith! 12-4z
CHAPTER VIII 'Beg,' said the people in the gue them into going home Major How good it is to recall that, in this
front of the crowd. "Amazing." Joppolo said to Giuseppe- "'Where troubled year of 1945, even as we
"Giuseppe," the Major said, "I "There has never been such a is the nearest telephone? shaeon o r te Sprtain
want to see Tina's father because begging," others said. "The Mister Giuseppe said: "I guess she's i nd
:you said he was the most respected Today we recall that the loving
Majf altefsemn Iwat h is omasin o beabga oa otaCpans fieIso hands of His friends and followers
,of all the fishermen. I want tothsTmin.ayo"
start the fishermen going out again, had
so that Ado will have something A thrill of curiosity ran thgves a
SOthtAdnowll soehigple in the back of the crowd, the crowd as the Mjrad Giu- thought was to be their final act of
besides pasta and tomatoes and egg- "He said: 'I beg you, Tomasi- Maor 'devotion to their Lord. His body
plant to eat. That's all there is to had been tenderly laid in Joseph's
it.",,_______________ ly been the Italian Port Captain's tomb and the great stone rolled in
"Boss, you're a kid Giuseppe." office was now the office of the place at its door.
"Giuseppe, do you want me to American Naval Lieutenant in But even as some were kind and
get another interpreter?" charge of harbor facilities at Adano.
"Okyaos,_ourenoaki This was Lieutenant Livingston, so relentless in their hatred that IA
"Okay, a boss, you're not a kid ______ I wohd'sme-tesubc drs
Giuseppe." gone into t Nvsh
program early int the wa, Vnd had ey pursued Christ even beyond the wilhpyoaqurancet. /
"I do want to see the old man. pi
Wil yu fx hatfo me" h~~ eterd n is ppicaio blnkasgrave. For street wear, toss on the trim
Will you fix that for me?" g e "Hv Hatred o the d s yuket
"That's what I'm a sorry, boss." one of his main qualifications to be ( T Htdfhss ee bolero edged in c mc to match
"What do you mean?" We sometimes wonder at the bit- dress I a o lwer printan
"Tina's old a man Tomasino no
wantia's o a bos had experience with small boats." terness of the enemies of Christian- a bo
-wantI ai fact cons os" hs xeiste of roin ontteo ity in our day. Had we given more have the bolero in a plain har"Why not? Did you say some- S fo earnest heed to the Bible story we ionizing shade.
thing about my wanting to go out N 1 1 crew at Kent School and at Yale. should have known that it was so A A
with his daughter?" I, At Yale, Crofts Livingston was from the very begigingh Pattern No. 8764 Is designed for sizes WterENRI"CILL&THEPURITAN
"Oh no, a boss. Old a man Toma known as a fellow who would do The wicked men who brought 12, 14 16, 18, 20; 0 and 42. Size 14,
sino say he never been in a Palazzo 1 anything for you if he liked you,
di Citta in a life. He hate a Fascist z but he was rather choosy in his not content to let Him rest in His tria l r rd c PROPOSAL FROM JOHN ALDEN.
-a~~1 croks Hedntarmig SHE ASKED, -WHY DON'r YOU
a crooks. He don't know you're a grave. They had lusted after His
different.no re life and they had taken that, but
"That's easy, Giuseppe. We'll go decided to like Major Joppolo. The even as He lay silent In the tomb,
see him." The Major looked at a Major had not gone to either Kent the priests and the Pharisees came With Sheer Curtains
pad of appointments he had begun or Yale. There was a rumor around to Pilate and called Him "that de- THIS MODEPN MAiD
-to keep on his desk. "Be ready to *.
-tokep o hs dsk "B radytothat he had once been some kind of ceiver" (v. 63) and demanded a spe- EVEN the plainest of straight net SPEAKS FOR- H4ERSELF
go at three this afternoon, Glusepgo at three this afternoon, Giusep- clerk in the New York City govern- cial guard. osricutnswltaenONTEFMU
pe,,ment under Walker and O'Brien. They feared that Is disciples or cri curtleans willou taein ON IE FARON-S4
And so It happened that another Lieutenant Livingston was inclined would perpetrate a fraud, and after too formal if you add a simple SHE SYMBOLIZES
precedent was broken in Adano. to the opinion that it was too bad stealing the body declare that He dlacE
Never in the memory of anyone in
the town had an official gone call- tf is also pretty with ruffled curtains, THE ONLY MARGARINE
ng on ad izn ofca bus ne Either- to be administrator of a town like hearts can imagine all sorts of adi a emd ffgrd~RIlDB T
Ing on a citizen on business. Eithertreachery on the part of others. the citizen had come willingly to the chintz as well as of plain material. MAKER 10 BE
mj jr sw aNav oficerweaingtwo Thehated o uneliver toard Festoon rings at the upper cor- %TABLE-G3pDEA
Palazzo, or else the citizen had been bars, which anyone ought to know Christ and toward His followers ners of the window frame are all
arrested, and had come against his stood for Lieutenant Senior Grade, knows no stopping place. In civil'wl.Major Joppolo would address him ized lands and among cultured peo-S7THWH
will. R H IE
Between the time of this conver- 'Batio nn thetie ook Ghis nepr-~ as Captain. pie it operates under a cloak of re- TOGE7heR ruj Th II mellwtrod-frtsb flavor of
station "Hello, Captain," the Major said spectability, but it is nonetheless GiuseppNMAID Is pfd for b me
told several people about this amaz- when he walked into Lieutenant bitter and relentless in its pursuit of by milions of housewlv. Is a favor
ing flexibility on the part of the ivingston's office, "can I use your Him and of His church. for cooking
Vajor. And therefore when it came phone?" 11. The Victory of Christ (28:1-6). s
time for them to go down to the port Victory and praise should be the Go
looking for old Tomasino, quite a "TeMjrwlbevranrif Godmnng"teLueat
lare cowdhadgaherd i frntyou do not stop right here," said, "what are you doigdw keynote of Christianity. Why should -~~
large The ton of th lieutenant's we be doleful and sad? Our Lord
of the Palazzo, and the crowd fol- no shouted people in the front Kent-Yale voice indicated that he
lowed the Major and Giuseppe as of the crowd, thought the Army ought to stay on grave! We may be glad and sing
they walked. "Amazing," shouted the ones in Army ground, and let the Navy stay even in the midst of earth's sor"Where do these people think bak, on Navy shore. rows and distresses. Let praise beI
they're going?" the Major asked the employ of our lips constantly 0 10
Giuseppe ran back out onto the "Can I use your phone?" the Ma- as we worship Him and work for .OT -A ------L FOR QUICK RELIEF
Giuseppe. mole. jor said. The Major was a single' Him.
"Just a bunch a busybody," Giu- The Major was saying: "It is this, minded man. that you need in the way of draseppe said. Tomasino: I want you and the oth- "ue hised e th eto woe s es hh
The Major turned around. "Go ers to start fishing again." how tut andie tean A Soothing
home, you people," he said in Ital- "Why?" said the morose Toma- The Major called Rowboat Blue they came to the grave, as it began SALV E
ian. "Don't you have anything bet- sino "So we can line the pockets of Forward, to dawn on the first day of the week, which is pulled through these ANtsTIC
ter to do at three in the afternoon?" the authorities?" While he was waiting, he said to was one resplendent with the glory rings. You can avoid piecing by suits for 40 years-six valuable ingrdiBut the people kept right on fol- "No, Tomasino, so that you can the Lieutenant: "I'm trying to get and majesty of God. The earth using 36-inch-wide material cut cents. Get Carboil at drug stores or write
lowing Giuseppe and the Major. 'line Alle stomachs of the people of these fishermen organized, got to quaked as the lightning flashed. The lengthwise. A half width makes Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville, Team.
Giuseppe led the Major, and Adano." get rid of a mob first." angel of the Lord broke through the the depth of the valance.
therefore the crowd, down to the "Hah," said Tomasino bitterly, "a The Lieutenant did not look par- supposedly unbreakable seal of
harbor and past the stone pier, past benevolent man of authority." ticularly pleased with this surnma Rome and rolled back the stone ooklet A e R f ChR PEPPER! Yus se box inclues
:2-page attractiv lasYURONCU.os shaer asx premum.s
the sulphur loading jetties, past the "Tomasino, you don't understand. ry of the Major's activities, which was to have permanently TAINS by Ruth Wyeth Spears. This book. Ptaid, gsa sp i
patent slips, past the Molo Martino The Americans are different from "Hello, this the M.P.'s? Purvis? closed the door to the tomb, let shows you the newest and most appro. Hih quality
to the Molo di Ponente, where the the Fascists." stein, I want you to come down This was done, not to release priate curtain and drapery styles for BOBBY PINS Ipr ng steel. Buy
fihn otswr id p Hl, si oain." aehere. I got a mob to break up. Christ-for He had already goe no a1 types of windows with cutting and a supo~ hl hyls.Tncrs
fishing boats were tied up. making methods fully illustrated. To get posti, $e.0oa
The Major sensed that he was heard that before. The Mayor Cra- Bring your Colt along. I think if grave could hold Him-but that men a copy enclose 15 cents with name and Sp $.0
going to have a tough time with old pa said he was going to be different you fire six into the air, that's all might see the empty grave and know address direct to: HAIR NETS! Silk or human hair.
Tomasino, oRheusaid o Giuseppe 'Tomasino, so he said to Giuseppe: from the Mayor Martoglio, and the we'll need to send 'em home. -that He was risen. Other religions ity; four nets, postpgaid $1.00. al
'Interpreteraid unes1yu0ee0ti
"Interpreter, unless you keep this Mayor Nasta after him said he was We're down at the port, over by keep the graves of their founders. MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARSWaepofan
crowd well back, you will lose your going to be different from the Mayor the breakwater on the western side. Christianity points to an empty Bedford Hills New York BABY PANTS! s anjoh."' Crapa. The only difference was Okay, hurry down." tomb. Drawer 10 mother's prayer. 50c quality; two
"What is an interpreter to us," that the tribute and the protection The Major thanked Lieutenant To the foes of Christ represented Eose 1w Censfi
people said, "when we have a money and the taxes got higher Livingston for the use of the phone, by the keepers, the coming of the Send mony odecurreoncy; add Ic
eLieutenant Livingston said: "U angel and the revelation of the pow- N Po k.-9.
chance to see something new ineahtm.HwmcprtcinGNRLPOUTC.aAlnyG.
Adano? . This has never hap- money do you want, American?" Major, seems to me this fihing er of God brought absolute discom. Address
pened before . What is the un- "You have the wrong idea, Toma- racket is more or less a Navy deal, future. That is still true. Men will employment of one man?" And they siI isn't it?" argue with theology, church methkept moving forward. "Hah," said the morose Toma- The Major said: "Yeah, I'll be ods, even Christian profession, but 7 Famous Women Admitted
Giuseppe shouted: "The Major sino. "I am an old man, American. back to see you, I'm in a hurry now, when they see the power of God rewill be very angry if you do not I have seen men of authority come Thanks for the phone, Captain. See vealed, they can only be "as dead To New York Hall of Fame Do you suffer
stop right here." And then he added and go. I don't believe that you you later" men."
softly: "Let us make a deal. If are any diffcrent from all the oth. As the Major and Giuseppe passed To the friends of Christ, the angel The seven most famous women
you stop, I will listen to the con- ers" the crowd on the way back to the brought comfort and assurance, in American history, based on
versation, and I will tell you what Here Major Joppolo got angry. Tina, Giuseppe said to the crowd: Their fears were assuaged by his the fact that their names have NE V U TNSO
is said." "Old fisherman," he said, "you will As a friend, I advise you to g word of comfort, and then their faith been admitted to the Hall of Fame with is weak, hired feelings?
On this basis the crowd was will- have to understand something. The home." was revived by the assurance that in New York City since it was if functional periodic disturbances
ing to stop. people f Adano are hungry. They People in the crowd, delighted Christ was risen. The resurrection founded in 1900, are: Charlotte make you feel nervous, tired, restlessBy this time, Major Joppolo had must have fish. Do you get that with the mystery of the Major's hur- declares that He is the Son of God Cushman, actress; Maria Mitch- at such times-try this great medicine
Lydia E. Pinkham's vegetable COlcome to the boat of old Tomasino. through your thick skull?" ned visit to the Port Captain's of- with power, the Saviour of the eli, astronomer; Harriet Beecher pound to relieve such symptomaTaken
He recognized the boat not only by Giuseppe ran back to the crowd. fice, mocked Giuseppe. "Poor RI. world. Stowe, novelist; Frances E. Wil- regularly-It helps buiid up resistance
the fact that there was a morose- "It is wonderful," he said. "The baudo Giuseppe," they said, "speak. I. The Joy of Christ's Disciples lard, reformer; and Mary Lyon, stmchictonic.Followlabeidirectios.
looking man sitting on the after- Mister Major said: 'The people of Ing two languages has weakened hit (28:7-9)- 'Alice F. Palmer and Emma Wil- 60ta VE~gErABLE
deck, but also by the illuminated Adano are hungry. They must have head." The followers of Christ had their lard, educators. 6 t4fa COMPOUND
inscription, with its letters trailing fish.' "All right," Giuseppe said I share of fear and unbelief, but it
off into leaves and fruits, just under The people in front repeated this have advised you as a friend." was quickly overcome by Joy and the eye-piece of the bow: Tina. and then shouted at the top of their At the Tina, Tomasino was sullen assurance as they knew that their
The Major jumped up onto the voices: "Live the Mister Major! again. "I see you gave your hired Lord was risen.
bow. Live the Mister Major!" crowd their instructions," he said. The note of great Joy Is highly
"All right, man of authority," said The people in back shouted: "Go ahead, take me, what have I appropriate on Easter Sunday, but This package contains a combination of minerals produced
the morose man, "arrest me."alone, with no artificial rn the oroe mn, "rret m." Whatdidhe ay?"to ose" jst a prperon eerySunay~gredients non man-mades drugs. When you mix It with your
"I haven't come to arrest you, The peple in front shouted: "He Major Joppolo said: "They will yes, every day of the Christian's
Tomnasino," the Major said,.hnsw uh t aefs o all go home soon, Tomasino. I have life. He is risen from the dead!- ter cae ofther trous Geintl .but surel Cay Ataked
Tomaino, the Major said.ihfr h as fthi ruls Gal u u.L rr ae
Giuseppe came running up to lis- our hunger." given instructions for them to be That settles all questions about His stimulates three main cleansing channels-kIdney, skin
ten. He stayed on the mole, so that The whole crowd shouted then: sent home. Now, about the fishing, deity, His power, His salvation. It and intestinal relation. Cra wae brings positive
he could commute easily between "Live the Mister Major!" Do you think you could get together meets the problems of our lives with benefits in faulty elimination, the cause and aggravating
hees couldty commut easil betweenfCrr Wtrrstl actors and audience. Tomasino on the boat heard this, crews for five or six boats?" an unfailing word of confidence and A your excesste tapy
"Why are you wearing your pis- and it made him suspicious. "Why Tomasino said: "Who is to be the JOY.
tol?" the morose man said. "Shoot have you hired these people to come protector of these crews? What Be sure to note that such good
me, go ahead, shoot me." and jeer at me? No, I will not go criminal?" news must not be kept to ourselves.
"I always wear my pistol, Toma- fishing." "Protector?" We should emulate the zeal of the
sino," the Major said. Major Joppolo shouted to Giusep- "To whom do the fishermen have disciples, who "departed quickly" to
"You have come to arrest me be- pe in English: "Make the people go to pay tribute this time?" make it known to their families and
cause I refused to go and see the away! They are ruining everything." "Don't mock me, fisherman. What friends. The story of the victorious American Major," the morose man Giuseppe passed on the Major's are you talking about?" Saviour is still unknown to many
said. request, but the people just laughed "Hall," said Tomasino a man thousands--possibly we should say
"That is not true," the Major said. at him. "Now?" they said. "You who could be amused with the most millions. Let someone depart quick. "Then why have you brought this are crazy, interpreter. Speaking two gruesomely sad face. "Hah, does by to tell them of Jesus. And don't informer, Ribaudo Giuseppe, who languages has made you crazy." the man of authority pretend he forget to ask yourself, "Should that
asked me to go see the American Giuseppe shouted to the Major: doesn't understand the system of someone be me?" -~Muscular Aches and Pains *StiffJoints Bruises
Major, and to whom I refused?" "I'm a can't a do nothing, a boss." protection? Jesus met them on the way with
"I am the American Major, Tom- So the Major said to Tomasino: Major JoppoIo spoke harshly: a greeting of peace. He loves to
asino." "Wait for me, Tomasino, I will show "What are you talking about, fisher, fellowship with His people as they go
Tomasino did not bat an eye. you that I mean well toward you." man?" on His errands. You will find Him
There awaiting your coming. i "Why ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~t talk with yruh hscod n ejme o n oth ishing."COTINED








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OP olsMetngF sources of Florida, particularly game theatre. His Cammanding Officer the platoon taking the wounded sol- achieved. Your actions have broughtTh Mo ic lo N w
Local Merchants April 4 fresh and salt water fishing. He Sixteen of his friends are up here dier to the rear lines, then to a hos- credit upon yourself and the ThIMndial N w
____believes one of the most imprtaint'with uts, all buzzing and zigzagging pital in France, from which he wasIni,1
Mebes fth Mntcll OAconservation measures vital at this around like happy flies on a sunny ltransferred to England. China, Division, Air Transport Com
Members of the MonticelloctPA time to be a study of the hazards of OPafternoon. They talk to each other: v mand.
board and retail merchants affected
by the provisions of the new retail water pollution and a program for! by wireless, warn each other of ap- Corporl Charles H. Walker, son This commendation will become a I I i
ceiling price regulation which became the prevention and abatement of the preaching enemy planes. Iof Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Walker, part of your permanent army record. !H A R R E L L I
effectivepollution hazard to Florida's rivers, "Each man has his own particular Aucilla, was recently awarded a Claron U. Pratt,
efecie arh20hwllated l akes and coastal waters. job up here today. Each man is of bronze star for mrunitorious service as Lt. Col. Air Corps. IT A SE T R G
meeting in Tallahassee on April 4th
at which price analysts and commodity specialists from the district OPA his amy is blind, and a blind army Air Transport command, serving in H
office will explain the provisions. cannot maintain a bridgehead over the China India Burma theatre. Cpl. I Tein., and Mis.
Ten north Florida cities will have Walker has been in the army three Wife (reading the paper)-It says Iodern Equipment
these meetings for merchants and (Continued fromt page 1) Captain Reed has served as pilot to years, and received the good con- here that most accidents happen in 'Every Load Insured
board members in their section. In troops moving forward, the engindees'Winston Churchill and has also duct medal, the carbine and drivers the kitchen, iMie Phoac 1099
Tallahassee the board members meet building more bridges, and the re- flown the Queen of England, during medals for proficiency in his work Husband (grumpily).Yes, and we evidence Phone 2029
hiTsrvceovrsasaHsisteeonwhlesttinebioteataes Hmmneavbteetrhe admreentt
in the morning and members of the inforcements and supplies moving New Warehouse 633 W. Gainest
trade meet at night. up to the river,. Most importantlof the late Charles W. Reed and went overseas last June, spent three like them. ITallahausscc, Fill.
Under the new regulation, fixing of all, as Rhona Churchill describes Mrs. Reed, and graduated from the weeks in Egypt and has been at one ceilings for most apparels and cer- in two dispatches below, they watch cello High School. He was em- base in the China-India-Burma
tain house furnishings, dealers must what the enemy is doing where his played at Braswell's store before for without you spontaneous and file price charts with the District OPA hidden guns are holding up our ad- entering service. Kenneth's wife is issued him the following commenda- I From wre I sit. Ja 4
during the period March 20 to April vance. For every shell fired by the the former Marie Daniels and is liv- tion: 20. After May 4th dealers who have Germans the Americans appear to be g here with her parents, Mr. and To: Cpl Charles H. Walker,
not filed their charts and received firing three, and as the.spotting Mrs. J. T. Daniels. while he is in 34243 123.
official acknowledgement of them planes correct the range the enemy service. On 24 December 1944, the 1328th
will not be permitted to sell the items batteries are being steadily wiped Army Air Forces Base Unit, India 4 Loses te W ar
covered. out. All that the Germans can do' Staff Sergeant George Hampton is China Division, accomplished a feat I
Items covered include men's and to blind the 'eyes of the Allied spending a 45 day furlough here with which is without precedent in Indiaboys' apparel and accessories, wo- armies' is to put up a fitful aiti-air- hs parents yr. and Mrs. Henry China operation and probably in the men's and infants' apparel and ac- craft barrage. Our fighters on Hampton. Since entering service history of aviation. During a twencessories, shoes, bedding and all ceaseless patr ol, keep the skies Sgt Hampton has been stationed in ty-four hour period beginning at Bert Childer's house burned From where I sit, there's a
household linens, floor coverings, clear." New Guinea and Australia 1900 hours 23 December 1944 and down last week, and the only moral in Bert's experience. A lot
lamps and others. The dispatch from Rhona Churchill _V ending 1900 hours 24 December 1944,.i good thing that came out of it of us feel we've got the fires of
says "At this moment I am sitting Sgt. Edward G. Clayton, Jr., arriv- a known total of 22 station records was it cured him of swearing, this war under control . that New Demonstration on the roof of the Roer river battle ed, Wednesday o furlough from the and 17 division records were shat. Bert just couldn't think of we can relax a little, maybe let
with the 'Eyes of the Ninth Army'- Army. Ed has been returned to the tered, amtong the more outstanding words to fit the occasion, so he up on buying bonds, donating
A gent Arrives April 1st. eyes that today belong to Captain States after being wounded during of which were: Number of trips, just gave up. blood, or fighting inflation.
____Charles K. Reed, 26 year old pilot of the 'fighting in Germany. He was trips per operational ship, hours Bert admits It was his own Just like Bert lost his fight
Mrs. Elsie Loeb has resigned her the 19)th Cnirps Artillery, formerly hospitalized in England' prior- to his flown, hours flown per, operational fault. Started with a field fire against the fire, we can lose this position as home demonstration assistant manager in a Monticello, return. Ed's injury was frozen feet, ship, tonl miles per operational ship, which he thought he had under fight against our enemy if we let agent for Jefferson county, effective Florida department store. lic is which he suffered when he was best loading time, best turnaround control, and when he turned his down now. Because wvar, like April first. The extension depart- flying a light Cub reconnaisance knocked out by concussion from a big time and extra trips. back a minute for a breathing fire, is never over till the last
ment has secured the services of a plane 600 ft. over the still swollen, shell in the drive for Aachen. Hle You are hereby highly commended spell, the fire sprung up twice as spark is extinguished.
new agent to take her place, but the fast-running river, turning and twist- remained unconscious on the field for for the very important part you play- fierce. By the time the firemen appointment must be confirmed by ing over the battlefield. His job is ten hours inl zero weather, when his ed in writing this colorful chapter in arrived, there wasn't much that q
the state board of control at its meet- to tell the gun crews belowv us just platoon was cut off from reinforce- the histovy~ of the 1328th Base Unit they could do. ing next week, where the shells are falling, to cor- ments and pinned down by enemy for without youn spontaneous and
No announcement will be made un- rect their range, and help them find fire. Supporting reserves finally ar- enthusiastic effort this gratifying No. 106 of a Series Copyright, 19454 United States Brewuers Fowzdatioa t after the appointment is confirm- _______~"~- _______ed. However, it is understood that
arrangements have been made for
the new agent to take over the duties
immediately in order that the county
will not be without the valuable services of a home demonstration agent.


State President Names

Local Men on Board
Monticelhaseu he nedis ot L ad
R. H. Simpson and Joe M. Carr, of
apontent must be nfir asme b









hers of the conservation division of
the Florida State Chamber of Commerco, Walter C. herman, president
tilThis year, U.S. farmers hope to produce Mrs. American Housewife, by scraionfirm
ofonservationioftillthenoaturaltheweek. The division is headed by 10,000,000,000 pounds of fats and oils, pan-saving every drop of used cooking fat
Ernest F. Lyons of Stuart.
Former Governor Spessard L c Hol n That's a top production estimate. -balances the scale.
land was appointed honorary chairmanl and Enl Roman, Miami, was Imports of fats and oils have been cut in .Fat salvage is a job only a woman can do.,
named vice chairman. Chairman
Lyons, in accepting the position, ex- half by the war and will remain low until we It's a vital volunteer service, a seriouswar
pressed deep interest in' a program t of win total victory in the Pacific. time obligation.


Live Stock Auction Sale While the total fats and oils supply for 1945 Start today to scrape, scoop and skim every

Bring Your Hogs (including imports) is estimated at about drop,-every tablespoonful -of kitchen,
and Cattle +10 11000,00,000 pounds, industry needs and, grease, and turn it in to hel win the war.
MONTICELLO STOCK YARD war demands are steadily increasing.
Auction every Monday, and get
highest market prices. Sale In plain talk, there is a shortage of fats an
starts 2 sp. pe. Monticello Stocks
Yards. J. N. Hawkins, Mgr. impor



CLASSIFIED ADS

FOR RENT-Six room house 4 miles
out. See Bailey Stokley. 3-23,30do
PLANTS FOR SALE: Collards, Bro-r ad coli, Onion, Pepper, Egg Plant and
Tomatoes. J. W. Bell, Phone 15, the
Lake Monroe, Fla. Ma-30

WRITE for 1945 prices on baby
chicks, New Hampshires, Barred
Rocks, Wyandotts. Book your order now for baby turkeys, bloodtested, broadbreasted Bronze direct
from Texas. Hatches weekly.AG Steer's Hatchery, Live Oak Fla. tf

FOR SALE -One good milk cow.
Paul Goldberg. Mar3Oc
Our local storage for cured meat willo be closed for the summer on April
15, 1945. Meat left after that date
will be at owners risk. City Ice &
Fuel Co., Monticello, Fla. 4-13c

NOTICE

Tax books will close April dst. 1945
for listing and advertising all unpaid
plane R. J. TAYLOR, Tax Collector.

No. 40-Mar 30
NOTICE OF LOCAL LEGISLATION"

Notice io hereby given that a local i
bill thiel be introduced in the Florida
legislature concerning education in
terefferson county.
No. 39 Mar 30 Apr 6-13-20

NOTICE v

Trespassing on our

office grounds and

on our park grounds a abi ar

i night must be

stopped.
MONTICELLO NURSERY CO.svi
F. A. MAHAN, Owner







FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1945 THE MONTICELLO NEWS FIVE

LINDA GRAMkLING HOSTESS AT of electing a proxy to cast the onl to Industrial users. feared was 20%, at an added cost of
[EASTER EGG HUNT TIIUSDAY Club's vote at the annual meeting of Wilder Bleckinridge, chairman of only $2.00 per acre.
the State Federation. the national fat Salvage committee, In addition to these main crops,
MtMrs. Edvin Graling entertained The Slate of officers for the year waiting to the newspaper of the new and improved varieties of sugar
Socia A cti itieswith an Easter Egg hunt and outdoor 1945-46 was elected as presented by creased nefed for fat salvage in 1945 cane, cotton and sweet potatoes have
party for friends of her daughter the nominating committee composed says: been tried and found successful in
Linda. The children enjoyed finding of Mrs. Lester Lawrence, Mrs. A major portion of this tremendous
the colored eggs, which had been hid- C. Wilkins, Mrs. R. T. Wallace, Mrs. increase must come from the smaller Mrs. Ethel Carter and Mrs. Keath- Miss Bevely Patterson spent last den about the shrubbery. Alfred Foster and Miss Iyle Con- citie adrien of Jf r cuty,
iey Bowden an sons, Kay anid Pau, ee end with friends in Madison. Refreshments of ice cream anid nell, chairman. The. officers are ofie arica the unran are.a m have cStpenshtouche briJeflyron theother were visitors in Tallahassee Saturday. cake were served to the little guests. Mrs. W. J. Bullock, president, Mrs. bee ina bangupb, but h dteshfnisofche s wee the
--____Mrs. M. L. Roth of Atlanta, Ga., Invited to join Linda for the party T. S. Braswell, first vice president, coenstan shrinngsup plb uwuies of adi isto offie Thes AA e Proram
Mrs. John Hileman oif Lakelandwa the week end gurest of Mr. and were Ray Harris, Jack Bulloch, Steve Miss Frances Braswell, second vice-cosaty hrnig Sple ofdmitainofheAAPga,



State Coleg fort W omen, spen thea d o e wh c 1 4 r ug t b n ft p y
spent the week in Monticello as the IMrs. VW. T. McManus. Hill, Brother Johnson, Bo Stephens, president, Mrs. P. C. Wilkins, treas- masi utinti h ad oe-wihi 94bogtbnftpy



weceankveynarg aditona toitent ofi12,00.0atoloalrarmrs
guest of Mr. anid Mrs. Byron Hile-, Jack Neeley, Skippy Reed, Peggy urer and Mrs. F. A. Brink, secretary 'y. etsyvrlagadionlo-mrtsf$100.0tooclamrH



Misse Cahein Stimso will havehrhadt gsoieadfulolrtinn o
man. Mrs. M. H. Wilson spent last week IWells, Carolyn Rolliston, Ann Four,- Mrs. E. S. Blair served as secre- aen 941 Onrcthe, thr hand, theracsoline c and ulolrainn fr
in Tallahassee as the guest of her tar, Ronald Touchton, June Alligd, tary pro tem. Miss Nellie -ihlr oFlrdaugtr isMrae isn Walter Edwards, Betty Rose and Thle meeting was closed within the mittee and Your representatives are machinery rationing; office of aipplicationFfor new andArmyntrucksheuec
State College Pinhoome, ofen FlorIdaugtr isMrae isn Mary Frances Gramling, Sandy Sauds singing of God Bless America, ft61 all of the opinion that there is a ver 'ycto o e n ry trucs de





ofHllw od, Waiomn, spnt te-__week end her wihMs.ahrn --- Martha Lynn Harris, Ed and Mary lowing which tea was served by the large potential volume in the smaller tic extensions; seed loans; lumber





erldy here with iss atheinvle.cmuiisado h amadfrfr osrcin himno
s.Mrs James R Cooksey spent Mn- Ann Bbbitt Mignonette Circle, the committee beoeday and Tuesday in Valdosta, Geor in Mrs. T. S. Braswell, Mrs. Clyde this is an ashamed plea for all the Advisory Committee for rehabilitagia, visiting her mother, Mrs. John- S help that you can give to tion of returning service men; U.S.D.
as her guest through Easter, her so.The club room was beautifully pi. Jefferson County Soil Conservation
L R. Stw of West Private Dora Carsell of Dale decorated with massive arrande- i have pretty definite evidence District.
PamecM. imson Mrs. Margaret Sandes of Atlanta Mabry Field, Tallahassee, was the ments of maonolia leaves and spirea. that almost everyone in the United
is spending some time in Monticello, guest Of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McCr.- Calendulas, roses and sweet peas States knows all about the Governbing Tallhee as the gules of her Ino udy r pelt h iain omk





Mrs. Fred A. Mahan and her house eIngcle eeb h lns fhrlno udy Pvt. Cal-swell is the were used effectively about the roomi.,ment's Fat Salvage Campaign but a pelt h iain omk
ba nexd Tedneaday, whendasfarmGtou



guests, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Abbott sister, Mrs. Mary Davis. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Brooks Foundes Circle had charge of thethat any homemaohrs in smaller
of HllywodCaliorni, sent ev-of Macon, Ga., anid has recently com- flowers, the committee being MrS. cities and in rural areas have felt that will be sponsored by the Club, a real isspendingdsomeltimeiinMon l success.
ral days this weeleiank W. Carroll, who spent a few ple td her basic training at Fort Ogle- J. W. Pate, Mrs. T. L. Clarke and they weren't expected to participate'
daysMrs. J. M. Carr. The tea table was Nothg could e further from the Patrolman Ed Vann became a new
dr.J .L w i fM ra n a y hi s weekp i n Th em sile A rch od M-1 top, G.overlid with a. lovely embroidered truth. Also, the collection system in m mber of Kixans at this meeting.
Mrs.J. G Lowie f Maiann, amorial Hospital, Thomasville, return-.
former resident of Monticello, is visit- ed to Monticello, Wednesday. He has Mrs. C. F. Floyd and Miss Carolyn white cloth which set off the stun- these population groups has been all ing her son in law and daughter, Mr. improved somewhat, but is still con- Floyd have been visiting Mr. and ning blue arrangement featuring too sketchy and this has further and Mis. E. R. Lloyd. fined to his home. Mrs. D. HI. Browning in Trenton for iris which was placed opposite the tfonded to discourage women from Farmi New~s____________the past two weeks. They are return- punch bowl and balanced by tall saving used fats. ____Mi. and Mrs. C. J. Brown of Jack- T. S. Mays of Ashville was a lug home Saturlay. Vhite tapers. The flowers were seat Further, vill you remind your read- Conlinued From Page One)
sonvll arevisting thelater' buines viito inMontcelo Fida- :to Finney Hospital following the ers, just as often as you can, to save the maximum you can earn will be
sonvilleMrs ae Littleton is at home eting. and turn in fats and also that a tre- exact doubled. In other words, the
mother, Mrs. Dan Davis, and Mrs. Mr. Mays lives north of Greenville
W. E. Leisey, at their home in East near the section struck by the tor- wit teig parents Mr. and Mrs. G. F.---------------yuca
Mnd. nado a few days previously. He states F Meetings
Floyd after pendin a f e weekii .SC fats aind deod stock. Ask them to earn by building terraces. The althat eturned tohw herheirba hd infGri
Mrs sevra S lw yan chlrnbigfother buildditing ton eighr- leve fo ovresuy call the County Agent for the name lowance is at the rate of 75 cents for
leIvsfroesa uy Thle Iomans Society of Christian of the nearest collector any time they every 100 feet of terrace
have returned to their home !in Grif- 'shall Farm, were damaged. Th red fMs li a ilService meets Monday, April 2nd., at have materiall of this character. For seeding permanent pasture
fin, Ga., after a visit with her mother T ns H4 cf g
Mrs. Christiana Hamilton, in Monti-to know that she is in Arch- there is no limit and the allowance Mr. and Mrs. LaLRae r Allen have bold Memorial Hospital Thomas No. 1, Mrs. J. C. Braswellof is at the rate of $5.00 per acre. Howcello. returned to Jefferson county anid are vlesufrnfomaalthtbke No. 2. Mrs. Preston B. ird. CuntlL .Aqyent ever, to receive this payment, pasiesiding in Monticello until a bunga- h-eir hip. No. 31, Mrs. R. E. Claim k. -tures must be established by clearMr. and Mrs. L. L. Reichert Of low is completed for them at Capps, CARD OF THANKS No. 4, Mrs. Joe Hughes, Jr. Conjliued 'rmfisIp)ing land of native vegetation and
Thomasville, Ga., are the proud par- 'where Mr. Allen is connected with fo ir___,
ent o a10 pondbay oy or te ruserplntat____Pan The Mary Bailey Sloan Circle fert ilizer will account in large incas- I seeding it. Existing cropland must
cents of a 10% pound baby boy ,born th ep a n We wish to take this means of meets at 8 o'clock with Miss Louise me fi fill expected buiper crop of be sodded, to qualify.
arch 20th. He will be called John-Mr. Allen received a medical expressing our deep appreciation for Beyer. 0,000 bushels. This is an all time the tes fo the more important
me awene.dichrg frm heSe~ee ate 22th nan- eprsson of--ipt- high for Jefferson county. Produc- practices are as follows: small grains
nieth Lawrence.c. rsAle
Pfc. Kenneth Cooksey, who is sta-dicagfrmteSaesatr2th mayexeson ofyptyN ie
tion emontth arintyh a atea acts of kindness and beautiful floral tion of corn per acre has been pped seeded in 1944 where not harvested,
hasben rsiin inJaksovileoffering-s sent during our recent be- considerably by the use of a hybrid $1.50 per acre. Legumies seeded in
tioned at the army air base at Pana- with her mother while he was serving reavement - Florida' W-1, which has consistently '44, $1.00 per acre. Mowing or chgpma City spent the week end hereovres
ma it sen th weken hee veses.The Morris Family 1 Your attention is called to thle yielded 15 to 20%1 better than corn- 'ping pasture: once, 50 cents per acre,
with his parents, Mr, anid Mrs. J. R. fanY
wit hi paens, r. nd rs J.R. _____ordinance against inter'fei'ence with monl varieties of field corn. Stephens two or more times, $1.00 per acre. Cooksey. Miss Marianne Moris, a student at the fire truck. Several tims lately, pointed out that a 20% ine Seeded summer legumes, $1.50 per

MisBes irdugtrofM.Florida State College, Spent last week Cl~ub WomV11en- accidents have almostA occurredf ho corn production would meanl anr extra acre. Harvesting legume or grass
Mis Besy ird dugher f M.and in Gainesville at the annual I___ cause of automobiles in the way of I' 100,000.00 in the pockets of efr seed, $3.50 per acre but limited ,to 25
and Mrs. Preston B. Bird, has been Spring Frolics held at the University (Continued from page 1) the fire truck on its way to a fire. son county farmers. Ile stro ad- acres per farm. Establishing kudzu,
pledged to Alpha Gamma Delta sor- of Florida. She was the guest of the lag shrubbe:. 1 ll 1 The ordinance renuires all auto- 1'ocated following blue lupine With $6.00 per acre. Planting pine, $4.50
ority at the Florida State College for Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity, escort- to the surrouniii and tills -tct per acre.
Women.Ifpil letotergthncubhge ilssicagodsadf
Women. ~~ed by Mr. Jack M .Barker. On her open spaces into the specIl Hreas as tpuiertoi-cigthncrb ihryelssnagod stn of Fertilzici practices: 3.8 cents per
return tilto TalhseSnaneeded. Hurd park until the ti'uck pafsss InI lupine seldom fails to double corn
Miss Carolyn Patterson, a student' Tlase Sunday,
ststrp inMniel o e h osiiiisfrsrieoee ollowviia the truick doe ]iot get too) yields. For instance, a one-aeedi 5cetr10 pounds of avialbpopae aid
at the Florida State College for We- hours' visit with her parents, Mr. and to this Club proved very interesting rd i cents per 100 pounds of bai
men, spent last week end here with Mrs. L. G. Morris. to the members who are efroel to 't i. may have to ion by the fire to _. Odor behind lupine yielded 43.9 mu t fpts o t qiaet
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Imrat fpt~ i t qiaet
he pret, r.an rs A M ____________l_ share their shrubbery with the l-os- get to a hydrant. The fire chief is bushels. Previous average for thatlDolomnitic limestone $5.00 per ton.
Patterson. a
_____JIMMIE RANKIN HAS PARTY pital. Members of War %eucvic, police officer, and will report any- land was 10 bushels. Where winter! Thle niew rates for winter legumes
Mr.an Mr. angor Talo OfON4thBITHDY EDNSDY Cmmtte ds~tsod dtals wit one violating, this ordinance, cover crops are impractical, applicai- seeded this fall will be on a per
Mr. and Mrs. Langford Taylor ofON4hBRHA WENSA Comte iuvil(tas M
Lieakanonc__teirhofa_ Mrs. Hickey with the idea of Setting RICHARD H. SIMPSON, tion of a balanced fertilizer to corn 'pound basis and announced later.
Live Oak announce the birth of a Mrs. C. R. Rankin entertained in in motion imeiately the m ns of Mayor. was advocated
daughter, Judith Antoinette, March Iher home in East End, Wednesday working out this project. Efforts to increase the yields of
21st. The baby, who weighed 7 afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock, with a Th mta
Theueetng as ponenwihs''at birtahit, avitllwa cepcallbee
pounds 4 ounces at birth, wviil be call-'party honoring the fourth birthday group singing ot America follow ed Sm l T w s made principally Ii two dhirections: R A T T '
ed Judy. of her Son, Jimmie. with the salute to the flagl Mrs. R. by the installation of a peanut treat- R E TE
During the afternoon pictures were T. Wallace was accompanist. Mi's. (continued from page 1) ing machine at Parkhill Mays' shell I ouwntafam
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Delp of Leon taken of the children. Games vere F. A. Brink. president, conduted nore interested in the points than the ing plant and demonstration Of the *
Tung Orchards company left Sundayienjoyed on the lawn and in the pea- the business meeting. Annual re- penn'ies. effectiveness of dusting With sulphur. a house, or .;omne land
for Miami where they will visit Mr. nut hunt the prizes of Easter baskets ports were given hy the offir the 'ihe fat i emptied into a large cov The results of one of these den- See
and Mrs. Newton Skillman of De- filled with candy and "biddies" were chairmen of committees and the ered tin container which the 'market strations is typical: on Mrs. W. H1!- T. 1. MARTIN
troit. The Skillmans are spending won by Robert Earl and Bobby Jean circle chairmen. Mrs. S. D. Clarke keeps for the purpose, nd this is Finlayson's farm the increased yield
the winter in St. Petersburg. Mniel lrd
the intr i St.Petrsbrg.Chambers. was elected delegate, Mrs. A. N. picked up regularly by the truck and of peanuts obltained by dusting with l otiel.Fod
-The faoswere white bags of cain- Watson, alternate, foi' the purpose taken to Jacksonville where it goes sulphur when thle first leaf spots apM iss N ell H aw kins and three of her dy tied w ith pink ribbon. .
college friends came over from Tal- Later, the white birthday cake,
lahassee. where they attend Florida'decorated with pink rosebuds and
State College for Women, and spent four pink candles, was cut and servthe week end with her parents, Mr.'ed with ice cream.
and Mrs. J. N. Hawkins. I The mothers of the small guests
______-were served sandwiches, olives, potaMr. and Mrs. H. A. Strickland re- to chips and punch. Many lovely
turned Monday to their home in -Bir- gifts were received and Mrs. Rankin
mingham, after spending several days was assisted in entertaining by her I
in Monticello. They were dinner sister, Mrs. 0. E. Berry.
guests of Mr and Mrs. Fred A. Ma- About thirty-five children enjoyed til I
hran onl Sunday. 'the party with Jimmie. 'J l __Lb~~

Mr. and Mrs. T. B. McDonald spent METHODIST YOUTH SERVICE
the week end in Jacksonville visitingvs ON GOOD FRIDAY EVENING
their son, Lt. T. B. McDonald, JI.j P ___ ~'~~t >
and his wife. Lt. McDonald had two Climaxing the community's oh:
days' leave, en route from Washing-, servance of Good Friday will be a
ton, D. C., to Key West, where he is special youth meeting at the Method- .es.
Stationed at the Naval Base, list Church on Friday evening,
bMarch 30th, at 8:00 o'clock. Thethe
Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Bellinger and Isprogram, planned by and for the
their daughter, Mrs. W. C. Simmons, youth but one which should interest/ -2 j$'"0.-' f.'
spent Sunday Ii Tallahassee as guests the entire community, is part of the44 4 .- .,,.o Mr. and Mrs. William Bellinger. rYouth's Crusade for Christ. Taking
They attended the baptism of Baby paIt on the program, will be repreBeth Belliner at the morning r sentatives of several local churches
with special music by the high school
wher Mr. Alleni isuch conete wit




































thlee club. It is hoped that nt only
Mrs. Otto Sattler, formerly of Men- ,twill the Alpeople of the coiticello, will leave today after visiting ,munity be present at this meetingl '5,"0/o"
her daughter, Miss Louise Sattler for but also those who are interested 2i
Tampa to visit her Sonl and daughter- the spiritual welfare of our youth. *.
in-law Mr. and Mrs. Frank J, Sattler.month is A Mrs. Settler, for the past year, hass
MisyMarian Morris, a Otd nta



































been employed in the parachute de- rsyein Sre n~'" 'l~
apartment at Langley Field, Haaton, Air Will Begin Easter


Miss Liela Gilbert will spend Eas- The Presbyterian Chtrch, u. S,
ter week end in Tarpa as the guestwill inaugurate a "live voice" broadof her brother-in-law and sister, the cast on the air over a network of sta- t a
Rev, and Mrs. D. D. Dieffenwierth. itions from Washington, Dy. C. to
On her return she will be accompan- Jacksonville, Fla., beginp~ing April At home, the good things of life come from the kitchen. And one of the good _led by her mother, Mrs. J. B Gilbert, 1st and continig through June
who has been spending the intere24th. The prora will begin at things is ice-cold Coca-Cola in the
there. 8:30 A. M. the kitchen the center of attraction for the teen-age set. For Coca-Cola never
s Easter Sunday the sermon will be
M/S and Mrs. William James were'by W/. Tahiferro Thompson on "Ima- loses the freshntess of its appeal, nor its unfailing refreshment. No wonder
week end guests of the latter's par-mortality: What Should it Mean to
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Stelts. Mrs. Us ?", Prominent preachers Ii the Coca-Cola stands for the jais that refreshes from Maine to California,-has-
James, before her marriage oi-i Fri- church thioug-hout the South, indlay March 9th, in Baton Rouge, La., eluding0 Rev. James E. Cousor, of become a symbol of happy, refreshing times together everywhere. -You naturally hear Coca-Cola,
was Miss Lucile Stelts of Monticello. Florence, S. C. and Rev. Albert KisSgt. and Mrs. James are now in sling, Jacksonville, have been select- BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY Toke.Both mean the quality prodMiami, where the hroom is stationed. ed for the series. dayt of The Coca-Cola Compa
Mrs. James will I emain with him ain- WJAX will carry the series of MONTICELLO COCA-COLA BOTTLIrtG hdayPRNY
Inl he is ordered to overseas duty. broadcasts. 1945 Tof CEC Cb




The M ticlo News, Monticello. Fla., Friday, March 30, 1945


_________________________________ a Quaint Garden for

_ Your Bed Linens



SMost young mothers use this modem Q47ZA'A y7n e
way to relieve miseries of children's
colds. At bedtime they rub Vicks
VapoRub on throat, chest and back.
Grand relief starts as VapoRub. ANY years ago Ellsworth
PENETRATES to upper bronchial M Vines, the star tennis player,
tubeswithitsspecialmedicinal vapors, ark ngd
STIMULATES chest and back sur- Serve Novel Foods Lyrn C "
faces like a warming poultice. Point-Saving Menus. a fellow to get into hard competitive
Often by morning most of the To Palate
misery ofthe cold is gone Remember- condition-and what a short time it
ONLY VAPORUB Gives You thisspe- During Rationing *Spaghetti with Chicken Livers takes to get out again." And Vines
cial double action. It's time-tested, Slivered Green Beans was a hard trainer.
home-proved the best-known home and Carrots This happens to be completely
semedy for tellev- Grapefruit-Orange Salad true. It is one answer to Gunder i
ildiries os V VPRS French Bread Butter Haegg's showing in.,
children's Cottage Pudding with the recent IC 4A
~~ ~ ~ Chocolate Sauce games at Madison "h risAeGetFos
~~Rcp given.__ __ __ Square Garden
SNAPP FAC S . Recpe gven.where he practical-70
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the soup stock. Cook for 3040 mhm- l y collapsed in the Kellog's ComInre brsog you
7 1.1. 1 1%1 nearly all the protective food eleY.mile run. Haegg mnsfhwolgenoa,
9 BOUT ue vrlwha.rcneter~eit~ouei
I ~ABUTuts verlo hat n the great Swedish essential to, humannutriioc.

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at aalson tempeatur ofh10cle
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t .dF Godr i ch o.These n w b t e thing m ore than 150 yards. In the low cases. W worked m mainly in lazyyo ur aree re fative maryutin IN, 14 1 wll e aen eggs best mile that Haegg ever ra he daisy stitch.
dte tablespoons Consilpltion
of products several Years hence. _______________ alson a rcoigol would have beaten Rafferty's 4:16.4 Pten70 a rnfro n b
yesComine cracker meal, cheese, mile by over 90 yards. For a 4 16 You can have story book" bed linens
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Tn a e ts) C o snt s n h e mic a s n o.b t a l t l 2 1 t o 5 b 5 n h m t f ; e g n
theoe mauatr of Chckng is y preu bu it tlere to eggs, mix Well Looking as far back as Jole Ray, a instruction.
ne maria ofst b goes a long wa w n t sr 4.16 mile would have been a com- Due to an unusually large demand and

aber o at eral m be et wi x es and a t in tsi k Mon canter for the old-timer. current war conditions, slight iy more time
Pur m rtr f10dyi glHeat vegetable-a in
aeb and drop in Rafferty has always been a fight- is required in filling orders for a few of
gre bew r o, pan the most Popular Pattern numbers.
The hrae, "her's smetinging miler. Then we had Nurmi's

se d era on hs pend a e Th p r s "there s something t
Performance of synthetic truck tis new under the sun," can always be mixture. Fry until the edges are 4:10.4. And Nurmi was o brown. Turn and brown on other great runners of all time. From that 564 W. Randolph St. Chicago 80, I.
with tires made of cotton cord, some ing, muses many
Industry authorites report, o em k r cakes into sim m ering tom ato sauce pine t on down0 t erne AF ro n sha no ei e t o
a o em k r and cook for 20 m inutes. ro rdt mil io n 4:1o wr e a e s eenip No. _ __ __
There's never areodmlin416whaesn
dull moment in Tomato Sauce, the records fall-via Glen Couning- N
fodfr on-2 small cans tomato sauce ham, Lovelock, Haegg and others Address,
foos, for coun- 2 small cans water who hammered the figures down, _______less' new com
binations and 2tapossldolsltscnbysltscn.LwyA ng7:15a.m. (CWT); 8:15a.m. (WT)
methods con- / cup sugar But in all this natural ability has Spiders SUNDAY
stantly being de- %. teaspoon peppe needed the hardest sort of work, Sw ft st of th S if YurFaote C:1s. ai o
veloped. plus able trainers and able coaches
aToday's column is being devoted teaspoon minced onion who have yet to receive the credit During an experiment
backto those of you who want to accent Combine ingredients in order giv they deserved, sme






























f e e i n ti r e d ,e n t r u n d o w n ,e s h a v e p ai n i nn o b i i g a d s m e i m g p d r w s t m d t
backs walk a hundred times its own
the "ldifrn" n recipes wihj s omeh over low heat 45 minutes, stir- The Greatest Race length in a second. By compariao eies tth s a ter i c n To me the mile has always been son a man would have to travel
of ewnss hatspels n etirly Of course, spaghetti dishes are the greatest of all races. It carm- att 400 miles an hour to equal this? 400*1/ (Cke4._ BximdhL different flavor or appearance in the nothing new to most of you, but bines more in the way of speed and sSome birds, especially the div- -rleverhe haven' struck youe yet andyo
d in. Oxidine is made toc m. w hen YOU com bine it w ith the del- st m ina thaanra y oitaher stance. ing varn
~~~ B~reierig raoin in miy n these ciousseaisonings given in the follow- The 100 yards-the 220-even the spe.Thavrgsedamn
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blo cells Ifs thel first botl doesn0 fe t is 40 mieta
precious points. There's nothing three cheers and a "hurrah." The though it must be admitted that the ofaut6feti40mlsn





























satisfy youu yourn money wid bee returned.hm-ane ns44 addsh rtequrei huweea h onadvn
bound to whip UP ration-worn from last summer's produce, and also a killing distance, calling for bird, surprised by the flash of a
appetites to new and interesting the lovers may be calves' or lamb extended speed. But the mile is gun, can dive before the shot
heights. if chicken is not available., something in between the sprints reaches it. One naturalist stated
Afew pieces of leftover meat To saute the livers, fry them very and the longer distance races, that he had timed birds to dive
taeon new interest when they are gently in hot fat with a bit of grated leading up to the marathon, under water before the pellets
in suce an brador minced onion for seasoning. I t h avrgnmlhu nbe from a gun peppered the surface.
crumbs, then fried. There's nothing will take only about two or three to smack of leftover taste in these: minutes to brown and cook them. ing from city and farm, usually Barbecued Meat Slices. IpfJl ihsl n pepper beforeZ talks and thinks in terms of the___________________________S n cup oil lR mile. It is a mile to some place-or
tae sUPo m d sevJgAr 5 miles-or 10 miles. You know just CALLING ALL
3 tbeposWorcestershire sauce e~ahtiabout what that means.
S eve(Serves 6) Foods
1/2t o salt pound spaghetti T
Cold meat, sliced 2 tablespoons shortening bination of speed and stamina-a.
Chicken isa preciou but aeelittle
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Bread or cracker crumbs 1 onion race tat draw and the N
Yorfeeling offatigue mabe Ftor drippings 2 cups canned tomatoes cod neet h 0 n h 2
due to Constipation Combine oil, mustard, sauce and 1/ teaspoon Pepper are over in too much of a hurry
11Ye, constipation can steal your salt with rotary beater. Dip meat 4 pound grated cheese while the 2 and 3 mile races are
energy. Take Nature's Remedy (NR into this mixture, then In bread V pound fresh Mushrooms
Tablets). Contains no chemicals, noa crumbs and brown in hot fat. Serve 1 pound chicken livers In this country most of our best B C O S A
I aheal o penl ervatve. IL gnseud wthgrsun cand always beesonsl unighsbe urenfo h




















'P~ablet a ifegea -a cmbnaiofbert pickle. Cook the spaghetti in boiling 100 yard dash to the mile. We
Funt0 vegetable-a cngreienfratedf he i Dressed Spareribs salted water until tender. Drain adhave had few runners with the pati- h
10~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ple tobl cooket-fruae ad et rinfrlnerdsacs
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atd, their action is dependable, IT pounds spareribs and brown the finely t onion in it. We
thorough, yet gentle, ass millions of s/4 teaspoon salt poaos Add the spaghetti and cook gently,. itne ihPdok yof To- Urgent,
,NR's have proved. Get a 25 box 2 cups mashed sweet Aoaosdd the tomatoes, cheese, salt and lan, Jesse Owens, and many others.
today ., or larger economy size. 1 cup cooked rice pepper. Cook slowly until well Here it was largely a coun o
/Cuto TO-kGHT ToMORR asdrected 2 tablespoons butter or substitute blended. Serve in a casserole or flash-or half a stride. Says I
Ng7-IHrTMORWARGT Make a dressing by combining platter garnished with whole mush- But the main or major goal ini ig, CI mad
lessg new com-l




















ALI-~VEGETABLE LAXATIVE the spareribs, rice, salt and butter- rooms and sauteed chicken livers, track racing has been to reach the
011Brown the fleshy mile in four minutes flat. Here is 43,000 experienced sea-.
/side of the spare- something that demands both speed men nowworking inashoe LEE,
b nADMIAL LAaiDo "Ships can't sail without me s viy experienced men-and we just don't have
of-T spareribs with N1 The time may come when some one back on Ships forenough men for our expanding Merchant
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dressing t h e nil beat four minutes. But that is fgtnmeartoet Mie. if you have ever been n Mate,
Today' columnn isn bein devoted to~., thosee of you, whywnotuccn




















place other half rcethe big target now. Someneed ONE WORD SUGGESTION on top of them.
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FOR ACID INDIGESTION- Add V cup water, mile to ust a trifle more than a
cover well and bake in a moderate second ee Four minutes will be reached and
__________________ Dinner-in-a-Dish. >'~ A beaten, but hardly through the warpGrd g
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app atisig s condition and hard training throughineet
1 cuapo cel ery rhiesac a long period. say
AFor example, Gunder Haegg is lee Seal
2 cups small onions
2 cpe still the greatest distance runner in What e your chances
grepepr, dteo the world, over the one, two andlefto
three-mile tests. His record is one shore job when the war 0. WARREN, a Captain t 27 says "I

1cu green peasrdie A crisp head of lettuce nestles n of the most amazing in all sport. ends? Read what this came up'a fro Thidate to Ship Master
3 cups eoupoos this rosy tomato aspic ring to make yet, Out Of condition, his last show- mus d yeas ca he ta opporIF S 2 upssou stok slad in at he ileandhis estshoingtonity now in the Merchant Marine I
he WATC H OUT Cut veal into one inch cubes, a delightful spring saa n tteml n i etsoigget a hint of what the know I'd never have made that rate of
me3ca rs fow the sauce ad sou To top off our round-up of dell apart. We have always believed
T~h sal Poesson buredof coha- Addce terhe whole adsu ciously different recipes, there's a there are no supermen in sport.
am malaria they may have it come stc.oincros salad which you will enjoy having Recordsar ony md tob
bsk ans them. So, if You areon csnr l pepper, celery and peas. While
fB down, have pains in steaming, arrange noodles on top Of wenry a tto ter e. Sonat te the e t e
bCombineweak and billions, no a
appetite and nervou-though chills and vegetables, moistening them with wear Aetites: target oer o
fever haven't smtruc you Yet. and You (Se___________________ Rn rnese Saad ths ar e over.ee sn i rihe
have common malaria-it doesn't pay to (evs6 thsbe ad"hr sn
take any chances. Try a bottle Of Oxi. 1/, cup cold water substitute for work." Also-"ThereisB gh,
dine. Oxidine is madntncmbatbmalaria.
u you iron to help creation of redS
blvoodrcells. If the first bottle doesn't 1 tablespoon fnlgrtdonion tanyin a mile run there is no subsatisfy you yo money wila e it G en a
i hbe oer5e. makn itGod!We bay leaf, if desired statute for a long, hard training pe-pickle.
etm as ben oda ator d'rug0 store, scalloped tomatoes, add a bit of V2 teaspoon salt niod that brings the legs and the Government heads, large
celery and okra for added flavor. Vs teaspoon celery salt Wind working together as a team, shipping companies and

Sauerkraut is good when served Few grains cayenne or pepper And that goes for a Mercury, union leaders agree that FRANK J. TAYLOR, Pres, American Mer2i i wings. Add a 1 tablespoon gelatin the postwar prospects for cnt marine Insttute "With nearly
dsein o p pp Tops in Training the Merchant Marine every country in the world to be rebuilt,
rothere is very reason to believe the Mer~i7A~'ujj~AGreen peppers stuffed? Ground Mix tomatoes, bay leaf, salt, cel- While we're speaking of condil- exceantigvr chant Marine will move into a great ae
FOR Mtal 0111 Art PAINS of ham extended with rice is a cry, cayenne or pepper in saucepan tion, if anyone cares to know about before known. of expansion after the war."
RH UM TIM natural combination. Bake in to- and boll for 10 minutes. Soak gela- the all-time top in physical training,
REUT-LMAIS mato sauce for color, tin in cold water 5 minutes, add to it Wouldn't be a bad Idea to visit *Ta, sign up with the Merchant Marine, report to your nearnest
Corn ad bit of baon ar hot mxtureand str untl disslvedthe for naWpre-ShghtpshoolAdtiWnrShippigondmnistraion youce, mourimritimeunion
NEURITIS-LUMBAGO~btte Addlemn and oiso ao r otmxueadsi nisone. urn Cauronay Greorlgiaht. Mary'ls atU. S. Employment Service, or wire collect to Merchant Marine,
good, but will be even juice North C Washisgton, D. C.
when bits of green pepper are into a ring mold that has been and Iowa. These four major preadded. rinsed in cold water and chill. Wash flight headquarters were first set up RECRUT ET&M N IGO A IZ IN
Beets take to orange flavor, lettuce thorough, remove core by Comdr. Tom Hamilton, carried
After heating add a bit of orange do not separate leaves. When firm, non by Comdr. Frank Wickhorst and *WAR SHIPPING ADMINISTRATION *
a'~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ o top of1 them.OfcofWrIno iieCmmsin juiceandg Adid. unod oao igoncuppae aenw newamrteilr"r,-- -- --





















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The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., Friday, March 30, 1945


? ASK ME
?U
?A General Quiz

S WATTS ByBThe Questions AHTH o r He A VY- -- N E1. What two brothers signed th*
Declaration of Independence?
2How old was Joan of Am~
when she led the French army tg
the relief of Orleans?
SPARKY WATTS __ _ _ _ _ _ _By BOODY ROGERS 3. Who started the construeAH--HE~'S T-J''~ '~t~, REE'S UTSPARY-- --I-lE ~EO~Etion of the Panama canal in 1872T,.
ATHPEV WHOK HOA YOUR THO5iE MEN ARE 'THEY COULD STLLPCKN
THIEVES WHO TWHOA ELou THOS MENA 11-N C0L KEIt NR6 4. Who, according to legend,
DOC'6 RAY MACHINE MACHINE, FIFTH COLUMNISTE DO ANY DAMAGE GLAS OUT OFl
-- WILL THEIR FACES POC- THOSE --I 1OLD 'EM TO THE RAY5 WOULP THEIR FACES dependence by killing Gessler.
BE RED= AFTER GUY6 WON'T ONLY CHARGE FAPE AND THEY'D WHERE I LEFT thetyrant?
THEY K4f6 THAT BOTHER IT THEMSELVES ONE 5HIVEL UP 'EM -- I'LL. 1
WINDSHIELD./ AGAIN! MINUTE WITH AN' VANIGHSI 5 How many sins are named as
THR FOREVER! deadly sins"?
s., 6. What does the abbreviation
I- ~ q agn" me an?
'7 6~ R"q 6 The Answers
F M n 1. Richard and Francis Lee
) I -Virginia.
-~ i-'-0 ~2. Seventeen years.
-~ '~~5.-3. The French started the con'.
C ________________________________ __________________5. Seven pride, covetousness6
lsanger, gluttony, envy and
cloth.

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KLEIS LZN E
~Mu ons use F & F Lozenges to: give their throat a15 minute soothREG'LAR FELLERS-Prompt Customers By GENE BYRNES / ing, comforting treatment that
X/ reaches all the way down. For
_________________________________I coughs, throatirritationsorhoarseF A MAN BUILDSs resulting from colds kin
IFAMNE3TD N HMESA'H CO MESAN HEY STO IT soothe with F& F. Box,2y MnyO6
A BETTER. MOUSETRZAP WEEI5~Z r'0_DA'1 U U 'AHA0.:
THAN 4-1l5 NEIGHBOR, BUILDING' TM' WORLD'5 UNCLE: I3EATIN' 'AT ICANr
-T-i' Wf-iOLE. WORLD BEST MOUSETrAP -- DOWN MY DOOZ HAtAMERIN'I iLEEPI
WILL BEAT A PATf- THAT 5AYfN'WAS RIGHT WITH HON S AN' H I RE. A
TO HIS DOOR! UP MY ALLEY! RiCHES AN'SUC-j WHATS Th IPYARD1
WHAT SWELL V1 ~f
WATELE is the cause of

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Constipation may cause no symp- toms for a long time, but unless corrected will finally impair the health
Symptoms associated with advano,, <-~.ing constipation are loss of apeti,
heavily coated tongue, tired feeling
and mental depression. Headaches
___________ -*dizziness, anemia, and skin disturaADDE~.WLL Y4,~LLD TE ~UBE IH ~UI ~ s~~~o~S. ances such as acne, are commonly exLD 'perienced. In severe cases, neuralgia
The AYOU E T10ST MO U DON-T USE YOL HA ATh OEMIYTE II TL and joint pains occur. Indigestbion.
V/AcUUM BAG3 THN< you'pE I-l1EAD-ABOUT MECHANICAL. -OUCI4.1 with gas formation and colic, and,
FOZ MS ? I NEVEZ DEL) ~A7L THINGS! T-A 7'S ALI.,YLlH piles and fissures frequently add to,
MM ABLEr TO GT HIELPLES CTTA DOU- Pthe discomforts of severe AhroLLs
ITON AND OFW OA cases.
ENo matter how many other medi%' cines you may have tried for cotEstipation, we ge you to try B-a UPREPARATION, with the underLstanding that B-L PREPARATIO
D 3 must bring you satisfactory results
IYour money back. Caution: Us
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POP-An Apt Definition By J. MILLAR WATT Whenever the Quintuplets catch coldwith Musterole. Powerfully soothigV/AI't' YE~ MAN usterole not only romptly relieves
due to cold-but AL~SO helps break up
ANY VPOCITES WHO OMEE ONcongestion in upper bronchial tract nose k HYPO RIE S H C O.AR ES ON mnd throat. WonderfuIjfrgrowa-ula.fod
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By qUl ,D veterinarat ian about It. he'll
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EIGHT THE MONTICELLO NEWS FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1945








THE JEFFER SONAN



Fourteen Seniors Wish STAFF Society

To Go To College Editor-in-Chief--Ava Ruth Sawyer
_________t Editor-Beverly Patterson lHla tfodwstegeto
Society Editors-Nell Whittle, Mary Ava, Ruth Sawyer last week. IE TVLE
Asurvey made of all the Seniors Ann Clarke Beverly Patterson spent the weekat M.H.S. shows that fourteen of the
27 prospective graduates wish to go
to college. Perhaps all of those four- tower olda McClellan, Betty Stokely
Tvpists--Bettilee Bird, Virginia Mc- and Nell Whittle visited F.S.C.W., teen do not have ways and means of nt
securing a college education; however
if they do really wish to go to college Bety StokeLy
they can do so. The other thirteen BetSokl
the ca d so Te oherthrten ossip Editor-Eimmrala Pate, Willie High School Girls Seniors expressed definite desires
against going to college. Love-Lorn-Bettilee Bird Formed Tri-Y C
It was interesting to note that of Editor-Eleaor Folsom.
the vocational choices that tele- Spanish and Latin Editor--Evelyn A chapter of the Tri-Y is being Ell
graphy was first choice among four; Blair f ig
beautician for three; social worker school girls who are interested in it.
for three; and nursing for two. This club is a Christian organization T i ing Us
Among other vocational choices men- I
Amng othroainl ches men-ca Honor Roll For Fourth organized and directed by the cotioned prominently were medicalof the Y.W.C.A. The "T" technicians, home demonstration Six-Weeks' Period !n the name is significant of trios of
work, stenography, teaching, interior I" i r f
decorating farming, athletic director, A Honor Roll club is built. The club stands for
modeling, newspaper writing, and Bettilee Bird the all-around development of its
politics. Other vocations less men- members in "spirit, mind and body" -it h Iie 1W ond ei
tioned were concert pianist, band di- oletgightower
rector, bookkeeper, engineering, dress Lorene Homer agencies, "home, church and school."
designing, doctor, office work, pilot,Frances Jane Sauls For its statement of principles, the
veterinary medicine, artist, and railroain. robbl tat os mn-B Honor Roll objective is "to seek, to find, to
reading. Probably that most men-MayNpBsoa Mary ep Bshopshare;" the slogant, "pure thoughts, tioned as second and third choice was
tioedasseon ad tir coie asMinnie Lee Boland pure words, pure actions; the plathousewife and nursing.I

hoswf adnrin.lanrFlomfr,"sl-mroeet CrsinMary Virginia Fountain fellowship, united service.' The club 6Gallon
SeniorLois Henderson colors, red white blue, inify
_______Betty Hightower I"sacrifice, purity and loyalty" and
Helen Rose LaVinka are exemplified in the "triangle,
Due to unforseen circumstances, St the Senior play has been postponed
Oulda McClellan The club's purpose it is "create, 0WSAL
until April 5. We feel sure there's Virginia McIntosh maintain and extend throughout the
going to be a huge crowd at our play Marceline Shuman school and community high standards
(we hope) because of the recent tragedy in town, that of the burning of of Christian character The club is
tepcueso.iKatherine Thompson composed of girls who subscribe to
the picture show.
Ths s nechnc ti el teEarly Mae Walker this high purpose and who earnestly 0DRIES IN ONE HOUR
ThisWilliams try in their daily living and through
school, see the local talent and spend V an amusing evening. Think it over Patsy Wr
andNote:-No boys made the select ideals. c ome
an om.lists above. On March 12, four of the club's 0 NINE BEAUTIFUL PASTELS
Only two more months seniors! charter members attended meeting
Maybe everyone in school can't com- Scholastic Imp r ment of the Thomasville Tri-Y, whose
pretend the full significance of that 0 COVERS MOST INTERIOR SURFACES
phrase. A Fact at I.H.S. sizing a club here. The local group's
It won't be long now and we'll soon organization with Mrs. Larry Baxter
be out in the world on our own. We find that scholastic achieve as sponsor followed this meeting.
School days are quickly passing meant is improving at M.H1S. since The club's first meeting was held sn
and we're leaving our records behind the beginning of the year. At the Monda nigh at the home of Bte Yo ut don't
Aon the desks, walls and everywhereettle
-on the desks, walls and everywhere close of the first six-weeks period Bird. Plans were made for increas- Wail-Tone' on your walls. It goes on so smoothly, so evenly, so quickly that s
else in M.H.S. But our real records that not a single person had made ing the membership of the club and it's actually a pleasure to use. You can paint a whole room in a morning's time,
are being left by the impressions we the A Honor Roll while there was a the following officers were elected: make on our teachers, dillow school creditable B Honor Roll. Since that President, Bettilee Bird; vice pres- .
mates and outsiders. Don't you think time there hasn't been a single grade dent, Sue Hadsell; secretary, Lucille that's something to be considered? period when at least one person was Simmons; and treasurer, Joyce CoopIn later years when we all drift honored on the highest rank of A erC
apart, it would be nice to look back Honor Student. At the close of the '
on our school days with pleasure and fourth six weeks we find that the Soothing S ALUMINUM SPO
satisfaction. And in later years I'm number making the highest rank has SUPREME QUALITY
-eebePAINT ]~REMOVER1
sure we'll look back and remem been increased to five The one who
Miss Knoblock and the headaches we has been most consistently on the roll Dear Soothing Sarry, must have given her over play prac- of this group is Frances Jane Sauts I got it bad! I have up a heavy 29 29e
tice and the annual, to say nothing who is a Freshman. The Freshman case with Joyce C. So far I have only thu Handieve
of those days in Business English. class leads on the new roll having acquired her bracelet. How can I get P A IN e owne Ready
shorthand, bookkeeping and typing. s for instant for immediate
Now for a few words in regard to Two of the A honor students were her personality. Seniors while the two others were
Juniors. The Sophomores and Senr eliouehdsemdt k- one coat.
She's a reticent teacher (except in br ran second ip the neon
detention) and has shown great signs g nube n the exbned th tte t th bet tr it oil
of possessing initiative this year. honrlst Dear Soothing ta beats?
She took over a crowd of students It is quite interesting to note that Sally,
who, apparently, no one else wanted. no boys made either lst, w guess you know about my love
Under her leadership ,we put out our frst time that this has occurred. The for Melvin B. Now my problem is 1945 Jeffecello which is in our estim- boys are never in the majority on this: a certain freshman girl, Betty ation one of the best a Senior Class these lists but they should surely be N. D., has been using drastic meas- Modern Home
has ever put out. reres in trying to win his love. What
Now she's working on the play fever, we find that the number of boys can I do about this? l
with an unappreciative cast. on the failure lists for the six weeks Early M. W.
Maybe we can't show how we feel, is at its lowest point of any grade Da Eal G 8
Miss Knoblock, but speaking for the period while that of the girls is at A yoc whole class, all in all, we think you're the highest, so there is room for im- ate the Positive and eliminate the tops Negative." Gall ion with the to
prvee1 oh rup.I ~-WAX pour onl sat i-wAJ. Lm itr 20 Mnuntes a rich,
At times we've been or have seemed Students who have been failing to be indifferent, but with your help, two or more subjects are improving XO'I('1 Oil A111LICA'ION FOR 'lAX DE"ED
our Senior year has been a memor- their marks by staying in afternoons 'J
able one. with the teachers under who mthey N tonse Hill No. IsG,-.
No isei hereby given, that J. 11 7r
Thanks, Miss Knoblock! are failing, which is a part of a new elder of tho follow tul'
May your later years be as success- in- 6ertilicales has fied said (-1 ilwat H e 7
pln ha headinsraio hs tot at tax deed to be issu.ed" thr'eotiet ful as your first years as a Senior stituted in an attempt to lower the The crtifieate outobevs and 'er s the Dir
sponsor. number of failures as school ap- erty, anti the naes in whci r a'.
prahs t lose for the year. It is a '11He areIs Iollows: "S

Sneaks, Snoops, Scoops to ar ofssuance July 6, 1l2 P Soup
get down to business. It is time to iJtiptiiti of Prloperty: In S Pt o lo
accentuate the positive and eliminate Nf/o X ,D A 1J,.SlZ
Evelyn. L' insure you can tell us the negative, as the theme of a cur- Et 23 3, Twsh WO COATS cleaner for
just how woderful it'll be for Tippy!rnpouatle'D Q
goes. Namel in which assessed: ml, tIiads DO THE WORK OF THREE!ho le Id2rs
to come home the 28th-after Grad- All of said being ill the purposes. No
nation is the 1st! Good for you. TERTAINS County 0 Jefferon. St o(I R arn
And weren't you "disappointed," I hall l eeed accor t laths g give hard, ln-'u
Luclle wer.Jo T.faledtoaskyo The Glee Club entertained at the pi-opertx ilescrbed itt such c( ttttcate lasting surface that stays actually melts heIsdg U,,td 'or ar.y years
Lucille, when Joe T. failed to ask F.F.A. banquet, Friday nite, with y ourtifiates will le sold to the hteh whiter longer Oy *auezw;
for a date Friday nite ? etlidra h or ~uedn i
We understand Robert D., Claude, several songs. The group sang Smoke "e firs ona in month of April
Violet, and Lorene W, had a prettthe a trio
gay time Fri. nite following the dance. lW~~:v W V
Va ie and. Lree folwin hd ane sag"eterdays." Miss Dickert Dated this 3rd, day of Jifarclt 1945.
Em, Bill B. left just a li'l too soon, C LYDE 1SEAL) UAs
dd'he Yodinthv to Club concert is scheduled for chapel, l'er ircitit CotttL of Jeffeson W e ep~ti a eY u ie
didn't he ? You didn't have long enough for your charm to take ef No
fect, eh? -Li Yt
Gussie, you were really playing i' l4w {*> (*) .3w {*Y {*) Let U
"hard to get" with Bud, Fri. nite,
weren't you? PHONE 744-W ESTABLISHED 1930
It seems that the climax to AP
Claude's and Lorene W.'s romance in F RCPI
sociology class was seen Fri. nite. M, It takes only about 30 minutes for us
How 'bout that? Maybe you could 203 E PARK AVE. TALLAHASSEE. FLA. to iou no r tie. your ca6W
solve that by losing one of your O
books.
Mary Ann, maybe you had better New L. C. Smiths can be had
put a chain on Hoot; he sure is "on
the loose" since Sr. play practice be- VICTOR-ALLEN WALLS ADDING MACHINES
gan.
You Sr. play cast girls better watch 1 WILL BUYCASH REGISTERS ADDING MACHINES TYPEWRITERS out-doncha know that Sarah M. has
stamped hier well-known "hand-off--N
stamed er wll-now "had-of--PHONE COLLECT OR WRITE- WILL PICK UP he's mine!" on Hooly?
We wonder why Frances B. would- Repairs on all makes of Business Machines FIRESTONE HOME AUTO SUPPLIES
n't ride from play practice-couldn't A WILLIAMS, Owners MONTICELLO, FLORIDA
have been because of RobSrtL., was itthe gus o, f









SECTION SECTION
TWO THE MONTICELLO NEWS

VOL. 60, No. 35. MONTICELLO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1945 FIVE CENTS A COPY



Newly Formed Florida Veneer and Lumber Company Enters Industrial Field In Jefferson County


Saw Mill, Dry Kiln and Steaming Vats Lumber Companies School Forests Are
Included in Equipment Installed Here Aid Reforestation Planted By Members
TOTAL COST OF PLANT AND Of Duval 4-H Clubs
T4-H CLUB PLANTS PINE And Fire Control an
EQUIPMENT WL
BE $30,000 Jacksonville, Fla.- Two thousand Gainesville, Fla.-More tlp)n 600 Lumber companies of Florida have slash pine seedlings were planted by
The plant of the Florida Veneer slash pine seedlings were planted by in recent years reversed former ex- 4-H Club boys on the grounds of eight 4-H club boys on the Archer school tensive cutting methods, and are Duval County schools recently, Gorand Lumber company, which is now grounds in a ceremony which includ- among the state's most vigorous don Ellis, assistant county agent, re- Th
being erected in Monticello, will con- ed the club pledge and singing by the supporters of reforestation and fire ported today. T
sist of four sheet-metal buildings, a boys and dedication of the trees by control work as a means of preserv- Mr. Ellis and Forester Louis T. small frame office building, a dry Extension Forester Louis T. Nieland. ing the raw lumber market, says the Nieland of the State Agricultural Ex kiln and steaming vats. These The trees were planted, according to research division of the Florida State tension Service planned and superAssistant County Agent T. H. Me- Chamber of Commerce. (Continued on page 3, Section 2)
buildings with their equipment andiAms a for beautifcation andf Depletion of the state's lumber re- -CotiuA onNEER pag 3,MBER Secn 2
trucks, will cost more than $30,000, development of a forest on the school sources has been due to the former according to estimate made by H. H. grounds. practice, over more than 100 years,
Hinote, general manager. of lumber concerns ,large and small,
stalled; plumbing and electricity will to "cut and get out," to uncontrolled The sawmill building will be 25x40 be put in, and the building painted burning and to the general unconcern feet. The mill will have a capacity inside and out. The building is of of the public. Lumber companies Hearty
of approximately 10,000 feet a day. convenient size and location and today realizing the cash value of sus- For Your Success m Jefferson County
"he building and machinery will cost tained yield, are outstanding in their Congratulations
when completed will make an attrac- contributions to reforestation and $4,000. tive and suitable office for the con- fire control, State, county and fedThe veneer department will have a cern. eral agencies have brought only some
building 70x9O f~et, and with lathe The dry kiln and the steaming vats 6,800,000 acres under fire piote'ction, and in 1943 according to the state
and other equipment will cost ap- wvii be of brick and concrete con- forestry office 33 percent of the TO
proximately $6,500. struction. The kiln will be 24x100 nation's loss from forest fires occurA grading and loading building feet and will cost $7,000. The steam- red in Florida and more than 80 percent~Lwrnc Funiur Companyn hestt wre
50x60 feet will cost approximately ing vats, also of brick and concrete, cent of the fires in the state wereFurnture Company
$3,000. The boiler house, 25x50 feet, will be 20x30 in size and will cost deliberately set.
Decreases in the lumber cut in FlOrida
with equipment, will cost $4,000. All $2,000. Florida over the past fifteen years
of these buildings are of sheet metal The new plant is located on a four- indicates an increasing need for re- and
construction. acre tract east of and adjoining the forestation and improved forest prac- V f uam r U-EEU
The office building, which is now property of the Monticello Milling tices.3Valuin 1929 has dropped grad- Lumber Company $36,913,873 Co92 hsanopeygad being made ready for use, is a cabin company. It is convenient to the ually to an estimated $25,000,000 last that was already on the property. Seaboard railway spur line. The year. Shortage of labor is partially
This frame house has a metal roof. property was purchased by the new responsible for the decrease in lumNew windows and doors are being in- company from Louis G. Morris. hera prucotionsSNewest
___________ ______ Carrying out reforestation plans Monticello's UNheILMFI
of state and federal agencies and the *Business
application of organized scientific Busmess
knowledge of harvesting methods can 0 Mr.
remedy the situation and stimulate
increased production of timber wealth. *
This program is necessary not only C. W. HARRIS oL the Florida Veneer and to maintenal.c. of the .tLte's f.res s
but is an integral part of any wateL Company. Jefferson
control plan. 74 L m e o pa y e-r~

W eAre . County folks are friendly and

Pleased To Extend Greetings will gladly cooperate with this

To Our New Neighbor new enterprise.
Z

M U
FLORIDA VENEER AND LUMBER COMPANY


A Cordial Welcome
M U

to the New Business

B. C. Smith Grocery and Market We assure you of our cooperation Bha
M a

HENRY LUMBER COMPANY at an times
L. G. MORRIS, Owner




1F lorida Veneer and Lumber Company,

Mr. Hinote and Associates:

FOUNTAIN BROTHERS

WELCOME

___unu__uou ___ u to Monticello



We know that your selection

of urcity will be more than
As one of Jefferson County's Oldest justified. You are a worthy
Business Fir~ms, we Welcome

the Newest: addition to our growing community and we extend you a

FLORIDA VENEER AND LUMBER COMPANY hearty welcome.


and assure you of our hearty cooperation





Simpson Nursery Company ,
JULIUS
B. W. JOHNSON & SON


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PAGE TWO SEC. TWO THE MONTICELLO NEWS FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1945



LIMNE EERYO NEWS Jefferson County Has Abundance of Varied Timber Available for New Mill
MONTICELLO ADVERTISER adV reis H rw o i h iero
Established 16P elooof as possible, and only rough Seaboard Serves Timber Land
MNIEslOhe CONSTITUTIONareie f ar w od M cinr A KR I n fstalled 1himber will go into them. Territory served by the Seaboard
MONTICELLO CONSTITUTION
Established 1873Setting up the sawmill first, and Rilway contains 182,000,000 acres of Changised to7 WilB B u h in Foetor AtM lDef ore Bul i Is constructing the buildings from tumn- which 108,000,000 are in timber. This
Changed to
MONTICELLO NEWS-1903 FIRST LUMBER PROCESSED WILL Ber sawed on the spot is saving man- is more trees than in any other secBE USED FOR FOOD mill and sawed and graded. Those Constructed Over It pcwer and transportation. tion of comparable size in the world.
KEATHLEY BOWDEN CONTAINERS suitable for veneer will go to the ven- Editor J eer department where they will be A reverse procedure to the usual
Entered at Monticello Post Office All types of timber will be used in put through the steaming vats pre- plan of constructing buildings is beas Mail matter of the Second Class the production of lumber and veneer paratory to making veneer from ing used by the Florida Veneer and
Telephone -----------------138-R by the Florida Veneer and Lumber them. Those not suitable for veneerits
OFFICE OF PUBLICATION company in its new plant, stated purposes will be sawed for rough plant in Monticello. As a rule, a new
News Building Dogwood Street officers of the corporation this week. lumber. At some future date a plan- building is completed before any of The most common varieties in Jef- er mill may be installed, but this is the machinery or equipment to go SUBSCRIPTION RATES person county are the ones which will not in the plan for the present. into it is unloaded and put in place.
One Year ---------- $2.00
Six Months .__. 1.00 be most acceptable for their use. Veneer and lumber produced here However, here the sawmill machinThese include pine, bay, magnolia, will be shipped to crate mills in the ery was set up on the ground before: A[LGO00 WISHES THE HONORABLE DISCHARGE sweet guh, black gum, poplar and section for theirT'use in manufacture work was begun on any of the build- I
EMBLEM cypress. ning shipping cases for government wings.
"We have been busy for some time and civilian use. There has develop- The* sawmill is being used to saw This emblem, worn on the lapel Of buying up timber in tracts we have 1ed an acute shortage of fruit and logs into rough lumber which is becivilian clothes, is the honorable dis- found available," said H. H. Hinote, vegetable containers under war-tirge ing used for the framing of the buildsCconditions, and the need for this type ings. Tses buildings are of sheetcharge ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ o stut verem tn pcwer andt transprtatioetio ofe comarbl sizenu in the world.r a ralyicesd mtlcntrcin akn hma









wearer has given his service in the in tracts, or we will buy logs deliver- ofcnanrhsgetyicesd ea osrcin aigte sto Mr. Hinote and his associates,
armed forces and has been honorably ed to the mill. Thus there will be a discharged. ready market at all times for anyoneW
Because it too often passes our- who is equipped to do his own log- W ecm o oJfesnCut
ging operations."
When the mill opens within the o
next 90 days, it will immediately beHgin cutting on timber already available. Logs will be brought to the To the

FLORIDA VENEER AND LUMBER COMPANY


.T. S. BRAand


lpWELCOME _ _ _ _ _ _
ognized, The Monticello News is rn Florida Veneer producing it here, and will repeat thcpressinsipincsefrov picture at intervals, until "The ems and Monticello is glad you have chosen
blem b nobody knows" is instantly
rclizles, by al h ourndeavailabLumber Company this for your location
Watch for the emblem, and grant its wearer the same consideration h o received while in uniform.o t

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FORl TO
FINAL DISCHARGE TflM~
n County Judge's Court, Jeffersob
ountyT Florida. B
Estate of Theodore T. Turobull, T LRD EERADLM E O PN
deceased, oIFOIAVNERA DLM E O PN
O WHOM IT MAY CONCRN:e o
Notice is hereby given that V haee e er A
filed mly final report as Excurifo jeirso County
tie last will and tstamreat of Theo
pcre T. Turnbull, casd; that I will
apply to the Ron. Thomase B1. BirdAH at Wecm
Fl oida at his office in theiCourt Hont ly at Monticello, Florida on the 10th e d Lumber Companyon thisoforuyou of Apil, A. D. 1945 ,for approval oftoJfesnC u y
e same and for final discharge a
Execitr of the lst will and test
ment of Theod He T. TurGhull, deceased. CnOur Co-operation is assured
Dated hli 7th day of March, A. N B
945.N BL C
(Mrs.) Pearle Whetstone Trurnhll,
Executrix of the last will and tests
sent of Theodore T. Turnbull, deceased.
No. 19-Mar. 9-16-23-30.



NotcSouthern Auto Associate Store
Ep F. RIDGEWAY



A Cordial Welco iendforfinaldishar


Congrat nations


on choosing Monticello for Your Location



and Best Wishes FLORIDA VENEER AND LUMBER COMPANY SimmosCity Drug Store



for many years of successful operation
Execurix f th lastwillandeesta














here.
Greetings and Best Wishes

To




FLORIDA VENEER AND LUMBER COMPANY
Monticeto Jefferso Countyy























FO A. MAHAN, Owner and Manageru Piggly Wiggly StoresAt









We accord a hearty welcome to the Florida Veneer and Lumber Company


We are all working together for the best interests of Jefferson County.




dThe Jeerson Theatre

(formerly Katherine Theatre) p
here.* '.~'*' ***>'* *~. A






FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1945 THE MONTICELLO NEWS PAGE THREE S9C. TWO



Splendi Locations.
Lumber Men Find u opans." Ke Men o Company C Brings School Forests- group year by year. Pupils and trees
t othe copan y e he p rt o ptf th forwill actually grow p together in
Monticello Offers thruligotepatwti Are Native Sons of Additional Monthly (Continued from Ipage 1, Section 2) these schools and the result will be
revised the plantings In which 190 club some beautiful and profitable forests



daystPrioritiesbbeveibeenegranted
S lendid Location by the War Production Board for all Northwest Florida Pay Roll of $6,000 boys participated. The pine seedlings and young people educated to the
y were grown at the State Forest Ser- beauty and value of forests."
critical items ,and purchase of all vice nusr1tOlse1n cnrb
Monticello was chosen as the loca- machinery has been completed. The Hf. 1I. Hinote, president and general A force of 40 to 50 employees will uitedf ufrs th urpse y d theContine to k'Y r tion of the Florida Veneer and Lum- company is buying trucks and other mngroth Flid VeeradbneedyteFoiaVnerndCorporation of America. In addition Stc adReport
Lumber company, and his partner, Lumber company when it begins op- hWe had some aeow cattle at the



lie in adjonin Leo cont forte 19s otepietecu mmespat
ber company after considerable equiipment for its logging operations Clyde W. Atkinson, vice-prnwident, eratons, sadH .Hntpe-'d 75 cedars' at two of the schools. Mna aea h tc ad'si
thought on the part of those forming and have some of them already O are both native sons of Northwest ident and general manager this week. the coHa H. H fabruit Some of the seedlings were used J. N. Hawkins, manager. "There was




siblee location innd thisda sectio ofl Flor-ayol fab u
copn.mA sufficient supply of timber has Mr. Hinote was born in Holmes $6,000 monthly, the totalfiuen to replace others in school forests a good run of cattle and hogs, and




idan, and deie ha t Mon n tiel lor r wase n14,whl.ohr eebohsl taywihls ek h
already been purchased to assure county, ,Florida, 44 years ago. He lauding office force, supervisors, and pted in he4 fhie oters weresbothcsol sed wt t week,0Th
business in this section for 22 years continued operation of the mill from practically grew up in the lumber all labor employed in the sawmill and t ou n d fo e p tnson Bs ctl eso p .to$1. 0 ouree operationsnyloging"
theecholugounsinghe otesiohBespstars&thwiert10to 7.0




finally chose Monticello as the ideal 'the date it ias completed. Market for business, and thre first job be ever veeoerations tecmany ogngaop- school forest program in Duval C01un- Medium steers & heifers 7 to 10.00 location the veneer produced has already been had was helper at a sawmill. He was o which the company engages
"Of course, the fact that I have arranged, as crate and box mills are then 13 years old and has stayed in i l require additional labor." lived in adjoining Leon county for 19 clamoring for material to construct the industry ever since. The company will be required to ly until each school has a sizeable Medium & common cows .6 to 9.00
years made me lean a little toward the containers so vitally needed for In 1923 he accepted a position; with [operate under the wage and hour law forest of its on. Bulls. 8to 12.00
Monticello as a location. We made a shipping material to the armed forc- the Elberta Cr ate and Box company [and will pay the wage scale set by Commenting on the plantings and Calves. 8 to 15.00 considerable survey of several pos- es and for civilian use at home. and went to work in Bainbridge, gvrmnreuainfrtendsaid the tcou por, Mrand t No. 1 hogs. .14.25
sible lcationsin thissectionof FlorGeorgia. After three years there, try, said Mr. Hinote. lsaid "Althou sponsore pant- No. 2 hogs.142
sibleclocations inythistsectionnofoFlor





ida, and decided that Monticello was The Seaboard Railway serves the the company transferred him to Tal- The beginning of work at the mill the best spot for ts and that the capital cities of Virginia, North and igs will serve as educational demon- No. 4 hogs----- .1430
tonadcut fee oea-South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama them in that location for 19 year's. money to be spent in Monticello strations in growing trees foir all No. 5 hogs.14.25 r
vantages and were best suited for and Florida. He was office manager for the con- stores, as the mill wilrnot open a pupils of the schools for years. Ad- Light No. 5 hogs.13.0 5
ceni alhse, einn htcomissary. ditional cultural work will be done Roughs. .___6 to 13.50
alrieadn Tallahas p r cehn i thased in th forests by each succeeding 4-H Feeder pigs .8 to 15.00
c i business here, home in Tallahassee but will move to
th aei pcopee.Mre fo r. tisni ieln eietMniel sso sastsatr






hof Leon county and is a well-known reidence can be secured Mr. Ate attorney. He graduated from the kinson will remain in Tallahassee.
G e t heg otaiersovtlynedfr





pLaw School at the University of Flor- Two of the key men with the furida, and has been practicing in Tal
lahassee since that time. and both are residents of the section
Atkinson is not a lumber man P. H. Pippin, a native of Holmes
0" FLORIDA VENEER AND LUMBER COMPANY and will leave the details of the busi- county, will be superintendent of the G etns t
Greetingsng toth

ness management uip to Mr., Hinote. veneer department. Henry B. UpcHe has a financial interest in the church, a lifelong resident of nearby concern and will take care of all its Leon, will be timber cruiser and buyYlegal matters. He expects to be in [er and will be in charge of all logging H. H1. HINOTE
Monticello often and will give what- operations. ever time is necessary to the business Both Mr. Pippin and Mr. Upchurch Venture. I will move their families to MonticelloCL D W.A K N O
Mr., Hinote is married, but has no as soon as housing accommodations children. He and his wife own their! can be secured. adale poeso h









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Congratulation
children. HYoudwils bie gwadthei
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Narrow skirts set onto the bodice lation. Q. is ithimportant for retailers to It will also stabilize the retail prices
Frozen Food Lockers 27 Years Ago- with a narrow belt have a series of' Q. What is the first thing a re- prepare their charts immediately? of all other items covered by the
___ truckss edged xvith val lace running tailer does to comply with this regu- A. Yes, retailers will find the regulation.
WEVill Save Produce Lae(continued from page 1) about themr. They are usually made lainpreparation of their charts much eas- Q. Will the regulation benefit reS Lkpattoar spnigteof flesh-colored crepe de chie. White A. He must prepare a "Base date ier if they prepare them immediately tailers ?
OfVtor Gardens
Of Victory planatio are sendwt r.A isng thei batiste remains a favorite for petti- pricing chart." This chart consists since the information to be shown on A. Yes, although it requiresl a
coats and nothing supplants small of his costs and selling prices for the the charts involves the costs and substantial amount of work in the The growing of as much war gar- of Jacksonville. tucks and fine narrow laces for trim- items covered by the regulation which selling prices of goods in stock onl preparation of the pricing chart, this
den produce as possible is a "must" During the 5-day period beginning ming them, in the regard of refined he offered for sale on March 19, 1945, March 19, 1945, the base date. is a one-time job for the retailer. Affor this year when an unprecedented March 29, Florida will send to Camp women. But all petticoats must be the "Base date." Q. When do retailers start using ter the chart has been prepared, the
food crisis threatens the nation un- Jackson, Columbus, S.'C., 506 white made to conform to the slender sit- Q, Are different types of goods to their charts to price the items cover- retailer has a positive simple and less every able-bodied woman joins men the statte's last quota of white houette; lines must be straight." be classified by retailers in the prep- edl by the regulation? more effective means for determinthe hoe and rake brigade. Grow more men under the first draft. The num ration of their charts? A. On April 29, 1945, the effective ing ceiling prices for these items.
than ever before this year, and above her from Jefferson county will be A. Yes. Certain groupings of date of the regulation. The chart also provides him with a
all, keep growing as long as the soil five, named as follows: Nicholas Answers to Questions on merchandise are required to be made Q. Will the regulation have any simple method of determining ceiling
remains workable. Bertha Allen, Kinsey and Otto Walker, of Auicilla, PAand these groups of merchandise are immediate effect on~ retail milees? pricer for necw lines.
home economics advisor for the Nat- William H. Haga, of Capps, Burton N CW Regulations called "categories." A list of the A. Some repricing will be requir- here may retailers obtain
ional Frozen Food Locker Associa- V. Olin and Arch Lacy, of Monticello. categories" and a description of the ed by most retailers on a relatively more ipfcrmtion about the regulation, declares. We must do even bet- Thirty -eight negroes will leave for Q. To whom does this new retail items that belong in each category is small number of items on April 20, tion? ter this year than last. lCamp Deven, Ayer. Mass., during the, apparel and house furnishings reg-u- shown in the regulation. 1945, the effective date of the regula-' A. From their War Price andi RaIn the old days, Bertha Allen ex-Isame week. nation apply? Q. How many copies of his chart tion. toning Beard. The board is distributplains, most of us could raise more The Red Cross appealed for work- A. It applies to retailers of men's, must each retailer prepare, and how Q. Will the regulation beneft con- ing copies of the booklet containing than we could eat and sell during the era, both men and women, for service women's, children's or infants' wear- does he file them? summers? the regulation and other information
summer and fall months, and had to in Washington and France. They de- ing apparel, apparel accessories, A. Each retailers must prepare A. Yes, as lower priced items re-Ito each retailer who sells items coyhold back on planting in order tos three copies of his pricing chart. He turn to the market as the result of ered by it. Additional copies are
avoid waste and spoilage of extra and if possible to pay their own ex- blankets, towels or sheets, floor coy- files two copies with the district OPA the Governments program, this reg- available at the beard upon request. produce. Now every ear of corn and peises in addition. However, if the rings, lamps, bedding furniture, and office on or before April 20th and elation will assure that these lower Your War Price and Rationing Board pod of peas in this year's anticipated applicant is willing to give his ser- other specified articles, retains one copy for his own use. prices will be passed on to consumers, will be glad to answer questions.
bumper crop may be preserved for vices, 'and cannot pay his expenses, Q. Why was the regulation issued? winter consumption by means of the the Red Moss will pay the expenses. A. The regulation was issued in frozen food locker system. Under Fads and Fancies of FashIn planning your spring planting, ions was this: "in princess slips the effective method for fixing retail ceilBertha Allen advises, go heavy on bodice is often cut in a V shape and ing prices for the articles covered by the following foods which most read- finished with a narrow hem. Below the regulation, and to stabilize retail ily lend themselves to quick-freezing the hem val lace insertion is let in p ces of tems covered by the ieguand storage in frozen food locker plants: green beans, lima beans, beets, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, carrots, cauliflower, mustard 'greens, peas, spinach, rhubarb, sweet corn, swiss chard, kale and soybeans. Among "freezable" fruits are: apricots, blackberries, blueberries, peatch- K A TE SM ITH asked
es, raspberries (red and black), etraw berries, currants and gooseberries.
All these fruits and vegetables can J
easily be prepared for quick-freezing and storage in frozen food lockers in a process which has none of the backbreaking aspects of home canning. o a i g U e a s
"Women will be relieved to know,"
Berthan Allen says, ."that home can- "The help of every woman is needed in saving
ning with its drudgery will eventual- used fats for hundreds of battlefield and homely be outmoded by quick-freezing of front essentials. But some of us don't know all
fruits and vegetables for out-of-sea- the ways we can do it. Here are a few points I've
son eating." found helpful."-Kate Smith
Because there are virtually no limits on what we grow in war gardens, she feels it is downright unpatriotic to hold back on planting this year. Suburbanites whose produce exceeds their immediate family needs can utilize the services of frozen food lockers equally as well as farmers and rural gardeners.


Healt Nots- Ito welcome this new concern.
Health Notes(continued from page 1) We believe the natural adquires annual licensing and inoculation of all dogs. The Health officer, in the absence of a veterinarian, administers the vaccine.
Approximately a hundred dogs .ot
owned by persons living outside of Monticello have been inoculated by h t ofl
the Health Officer during the last MANY WOMEN SAY, -But I never have fats left over."
few months. Interest in giving the treatment has been stimulated by the Certainly it's good economy to re-use your fats. but there's always
treatmnt ha beenstimuated y the some left over even after that. .and that little is more important o u e pea d tes ii
occurrence of rabies in a few dogs than you can imagine. 9nly one tablespoonful of used fat will help
in the county. Also by reports of human cases in nearby counties.
___________to save! Come on, everybody, scrape your broiling pan, your of co-operation among our
roaster, skillet. Save meat trivrrnings and scraps of fat left on plates.

Reports ComingRepots Cming -business establishments, will

(continued from page 1)
Theo Smith; Lloyd by Mrs. G. D. Cox ake an location.
etter' and Capps by Mrs. L. H. Crampton and Mrs. W. R. Dunlap.
Miss Jewel Graves, a member of the field staff of the Southeastern Area of the Red Cross, visited Monticello on Friday. She consulted with W. G. Miller, chairman of the Business Division, indicating to him that 4Z
this Chapter could feel well pleased with the results of the campaign. At that time it appeared that Florida would be one of the first states, if not the first, to go over the top in the campaign.
But one week remains for acdepting contributions for this Fund. If there are still residents of the coun- OTHERS TELL ME: "But my fats are often too dark to turn
ty or visitors who have not had the in It doesn't make a mite of difference how dark or blackened
opportunity of contributing, they o at smelly things like onion or fish you've cooked in your
may do so through Saturday, March f
31 ,by contracting any of the solicitois mentioned above or by making soaps for the fighting and war fronts. Don't feel ashamed to hand
their contributions directly to theit in to your butcher. If you save every bit of fat you possibly can Fund chairman, Mrs. F. A. Brink. you're doing a job to be proud of I


Col. Johnson(Continued from page 1)
keeping with the highest standards and traditions of the Army of his country which hie served so nobly and well. I hope that it will alleviate your sorrow just a little when I tell you that no man could have done more to help bring an early end tc this crusade for human freedom. He was a soldier and a man. Both officers and men of his unit miss him greatly, but his courageous example in making the supreme sacrifice has given all of us additional strength to complete the unfinished tasks before

Protestant religious serviceors wert
conducted in your s sevce at THEN YOU HEAR. "But what sort of container wI I use'>
his gravc in Holland by his chaplain. hionducted in o uran son's memory at Any .kind of tin can will do. The next time you open a an of fruit Iformationor soup or vegetables, save it. But please don't use glass effects may be obtained by writing it almost always breaks and makes the fat difficult to salvage.
to the Quartermaster General, ASF, When the can is full, take it to your butcher. For every pound,
Washington, D. C. you'll get 2 red points. If you have any difficulty disposing ofyour
With kindest personal regards, I fats, call your Home Demonstration or County AgnL
remain, *,
Sincerely yours,
WALTER M. JOHNSON, Apprved by WPA and OPA. Paidfrt' 4 Indasoy Pc
Colonel, 117th Inf. L
Commanding