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The Monticello news
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Monticello news (Monticello, Fla.)
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v.60 no.37 April 6, 1944

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MONTIELLO HE RED CLAY HILL
The Great Middle THEIO MOTC L OFESGateway to Forida THE MONTICELLO NEWS F'HEICA


THE NATIVE HOME OF THE PAPER SHELL PECAN JEFFERSON COUNTY FLORIDA'S IDEAL FARMING AND DAIRYING SECTION
VOL. 60, No. 36. MONTICELLO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1945 FIVE CENTS A COPY


Senator Clarke Nominated President M Benjamin Moore entertained Polled Shorthorns Governor Millard Caldwell Calls For
oup of eighteen wounded soldiers
of 1947 Senate At Caucus Yesterday from Finniey General Hospital, Thor- Are Bought At Sale Higher Taxes on Beer and Cigarettes
asville, at her home, Welaunce Plan- "-
tation, Friday afternoon. By Local Cattlemen PNEEDED SERICES PERFORMED
Senator S. D. Clarke was nominated PresiPTA MEETING S IE RURE
dent of the 1947 Senate at a caucus of hold-over Mrs. Wells Becomes of otceall and Euahasda Me ntORE FUNDS
The April meeting of the Moni -_Senators held at the Capitol yesterday afternoon. N Det to tered Polled Shorthorn cattle at the cello PTA will he held Tuesday after- The 34-minute address of Governor
Nomination to this office is the highest New Demonstrat10n annual sale of the Southeastern Poll- noon, April 10th, at 4 o'clock in the Millard Caldwell to the 1945 session
ed Shorthorn Breeders Association, elementary of the Florida legislature might be
honor it is possible for Senators to bestow upon a Agent for County which was held in Moultrie, Ga., Fri- The officers of the executive board smthmarized in two sentences taken
cola u n sa tiue bt o Sntr:day. re asked to meet in the elementary! from it: "The raising of more rev.
colleague and is a tribute both to Senator Mrs. Ophelia C Wells of Chipley In the sale the 46 animals sold school library at 3:30 for a short enue is never a pleasant task. When Clarke's popularity among the law-makers and became the new home demonstration brought an average price of $249.02. business session before the general the alternative, however, is to neglect
to his ability as a senator. agent for Jefferson county this week, The grand champion bull, Elm Grove meeting. essential services and fail in our
succeeding Mrs. Maurice Loeb, who Gold King, at $405, and the chain- sponsibility, we can follow no other
Senator Clarke has been a member of the resigned effective April 1st. Mrs. pion female Elm Grove Lavender 1945 Leg coursee"
Wells has been an Extension worker at $395 both were purchased by Dr. eg l tr e In specifying the need for additionSenate for 15 years, having firstwon the nomia- in Okaloosa County for the past year, Wyntel L. Hall, of Waycross. al income, Caldwell said the added
tion in the Democratic primary of 1930, defeat- specializing in food conservation ac- There were seven Florida buyers. Opens Session In
t In addition to Grantham and Walker I Increase the States contributions
mg T. T. Turnbull, mcumbent* Mrs. Wells, a native of South Car- they were Mack Saunders Miccosu- p Tuesday to the public school system by $5,olina, is a graduate of Winthrop Col- kee, W. B. Hendry, Perry, Carl G. 300,000 a year in accordance with
lege, which she entered on a scholar- Rose, Ocala, V. E. Douglas, Chuluot The 1945 legislature convened in most of the recommendations of the

Dr. Brink Describes WVOODMAN CHCLE MEETING ship awarded for her outstanding Glen St. Mary Nurseries Company, Tallahassee Tuesday, April 3rd., at citizens committee on education for
Dr.quat Brink D r theWwork as a 4-H club girl. After grad- Glen St. Mary. noon with senate and house of repre- improving the school system.

Health Unis W ork C at nGroe ho Woodman nation she worked with the Extension sentatives completing their organiza- Pay $3,057,000 for current increases
AtaClubMeetindnd Mr. B.J.Hamrick at 8:30 P.M., d m 1 wS hts 1was the Legion Home To Sell t in a short session, ready to hear in teachers' salaries, which already
and Mrs B. J.Halmic at 8:3 P.M., Mrs. Wlls, wose husand wathee messagemedeliveredhembysaGovernorredhaveovbeen hgranted gbyte mostmo countries
At Club M meeting April 6th, 1945. late L. W. Wells of Washington coun- At Auction April 16th Millard Caldwell at 3 o'clock. in anticipation of legislative action.
TELLS OFVARIOUS ERVICES Sovereign Abbie E. Holden, State ty, taught social science and world:Mna ih acsswr ed Pyetacsso prtn tt
mEL FVROU EVCSnanager of Jacksonville, Florida, will history for several years, hut after -Mb othj boigtuses atwic ereminariesydepartmen sts nd instittin byt$te
BETTERING CONDITIONS be present, and all members of the her husband's death returned to Ex- The Legion Home will be offered b M o ed of porel ar deprtm an inotpiigssn a $,
IN COUNTY TOrder are urged to attend. tension work. She comes to Jeffer- for sale at public auction to be con- sons were mere formalities. At the Finance a State-wide advertising

Dr. F. A. Brink was the guest Sovereign Sadie Stubbs, Clerk- son county highly recommended by ducted in connection with the weekly house caucus, Retiring Speaker Rich. program costing $1,000,000 a year. r i-- those under whose supervision she stock sale at the Monticello Stock ard H. Simpson, of Monticello, was Assure payment of old age benespeke atke the April meeting ofrd theay Fish16h. Th
ra aa b theld oi nMongay Dr. Kiwanis Fish Fry ha worked in this fieemonstration ro d on h Aprilom locaTe praised by his colleagues for the "dig- fits at the present rate by providing
Womn club e l on onay.r n ad i ansTenw Hm Deosrto grudnwhctehmeslctd nity, poise, efficiency and fairness"j$4,600,000 which would have cm
inform tive resume of that portion sts agenthastw l'hdde, He son will not be offered for sale.
oftewr fteJfesnCuiyFor Agriculturist agnRaw hlrn ersn .F okips with which he had presided during from racing receipts had not the
of theh wor oftde theute Jefeso Countyi .Cnkipotcmm the 19413 session of the legislature. IFederal Government clamped down
Health Unit dealing with the control .i Army Air Corps. Her daughter, and a committee from the Legion
ofaltmUnicdaln dithe on troil ,At Farmers Rally Dorothy, a senior at Anderson Junior met with the county commissioners Repre sentatibelie Gi hCdws of Du- nThee of increased dependent
parasites.mn e disease outsanin' College, South Carolina, will enroll Wednesday morning to ascertain if will go down in history as one of the children's aid at a rate of $325,000 a
health problems of this county has The Kiwanis Club sponsored a at Florida State College for Women the commission, which owns the land, outstanding speakers of the Florida year.
be and sillmis het ic f i Farm Rally Fish Fry, in lieu of the this fall. wished to offer it for sale. Legislature." Caldwell asked the legislators to
beenslidTh newl prsien ofe thednc seat is laysaur. Candel adda fve peicentor taxon
gestation with animal parasites, not- regular luncheon on Wednesday. The lay an additional fve per cent tax on
festtio with anima parsies not-iMrrs The new president of the senate is
ably hookworm, though a few cases f w mhtd Louisf N w Varieties of Clover, Oats, Lupine Walter W. Rose of Orlando, the pres- the "breaks."
each of stomach worms, pin worms identbpro temlisvSenator A. G.tMacl
and tape worms have also been found. field daya arangdal a K w ny gen Viewed by Farmers on Annual Tour Arthur of Fernandina. Evans Creary I o lv o ig er c twod
Children are given the opportunity of Martin is the new speaker of the equal the tax on bets at horse tracks.
throh the Several noted agriculturists of the -- house and J. Mi Ayers of Trenton is Caldwell asked that pari-mutuel
schools. secime gat the state and a large group of Jefferson (by Richard Ohmes) as 167, was a part of the small grain- taxes on dog races and jai alai be inScolTeeneeaie ttespeaker pro tem. Among the key txso o ae n a lib n laboratory of the State Board of county farmers were guests of the After a good fish fry, Jefftrson! experiment conducted by Russell W. attaches Miss Hazel Seymour of Win- creased to eight per cent, the levy
Health in Jacksonville. Children Club at the fish fry and went on the County farmers and visiting agricul- Wallace of the Florida Experiment ter Haven is secretary of the senate now in force at horse tracks and rehaving parasites are given the nec farm tour afterward. Norbo Steph- tourists, numbering about 50 person, Station. 167 is fast growing and for and D. H. McCallum of Crestview is ommended that the State take the
ens acted as a sort of master of cere- set out from L. Morris' mill Wednes- that reason looks promising as an sergeant at arms. Miss Kate Inman odd cent breaks. essary treatment under the super- monies at the fish fry and called on day afternoon on the annual farm early grazing oat Mr. Wallace es- of Tallahassee is reading secretary Then he swung into controversial
(nn o a S the "after dinner" speakers before tour, as guests of the Kiwanis Clh timated that it would mature seed aaldwell of tax recommendations:
the food was served. Crimson clover and a new variety about three weeks earlier than other Four cents a package instead of
May File Requests The following visitors made short of oats were the high spots at John varieties. This characteristic would (Continued on page 7) t
talks, most on the humorous order: Kelly's, the first farm on the intin- lengthen the combining period for tional $2,000,000 a year.
or Canning Sugar Phil Taylor, chief inspector state de- erary. Inspection of the three acre oats, providing it tendency to shat- Field Agent Visits Three cents on each 12-ounce bottle
partnent of agriculture, Tallahassee; patch of crimson clover elicited the ter doesn't cut the yield too much. of beer, and proportionate rates on
ati B. Franklin, agriculture agent, general comment from the group However, as a seed crop for this sec- Monillo To Aid quart bottles and draft beer, instead
The local War Price and Rationing H.B ranklinmarculease that it was "the thing to plant in tion, 167 needs further testing. of seven-eighths of a cent a bottle to
cannn sugar at the Office in the W. W. Glenn, Madison county far this county." The seed from which Of the four wheat varieties being Veterans Families raise $6,000,000 more a year. canning I the planting was made is a special tested in this experiment, Sanford is Ten per cent on the gross receipts
Henry Lumber company building. (Continued on pae 5) strain, differing from others in that the only one adapted to this section. --en p fe o t e ,nldg liqus
hingsuyar theilloane fopoun er cn-, it volunteers an excellent stand in We can grow wheat here, Mr. Wal- Howard de Vaughn, field secretary fied gas, to replace the present one
ning sugar will be 5 pounds per per- succeeding years. Crimson clover is lace said, but the yield will be limited to the State Service officer spent and one-half per cent tax ana inson less than last year. Last year Fred Mahan Is Host outstanding as a forage crop for cat- to around 15 bushels. Wednesday afternoon in Monticello crease the revenue by $6,000,000 a
a maximum of 25 pounds per person tle and hogs and shows considerable An oat nursery containing 25 new at the Jefferson county court house year.
promise as a seed crop. Introduction varieties-all selected from thous- to advise with veterans and families The only other new tax specifically
mum is 20 pounds per pet-son. IThonyterewaxscicly
Peisons who intend applying for Honoring S. D. Clarke of the new strain to local farmers ands for their outstanding character- of veterans on matters relating to suggested was a "reasonable producPersnsugar who inted apl fr was made last fall by County Agent istics-was another part of the ex- their welfare. tion tax on forest products" to ficanning sugar are urged to call at Stephens after observing its top per- periment. Of the 25, many look Mr. deVaughn. whose headquarters nance a broadened reforestation prothe office for the application forms, Fred A. Mahan entertaied with a formance for the past few years at promising and will be more exten- is in Jacksonville, was making a 12- gram. and take them home to fill out, as stag dinner party at Ted's Tavern the Quincy Experiment Station. Ste- sively planted for further testing day tour through North Florida to He asked that the State Board of
the form used this year calls for Friday evening in honor of the birth- phens predicted that crimson clover next year. acquaint veterans and others inter- Conservation be given full authority
careful consideration of the house- day of his friend, Senator S. D. is heading for the lead in the list of A lively discussion of oats as a tested with the various p t
wf.Clarke. wne oaecosadmsoftesi-eltncrpwsldbJ.eeEse wihteviusprovisions to control petroleum and mineral dewife. winter forage crops and most of the soil-depleting crop was led by J. Lee which have been made for their wel- velopments, declaring the discovery
Half of the sugar granted will be The dining table was centered with group seemed to agree with him. Smith during inspection of John Kel- fare. He plans to attend a confer- of oil "brings us face to face with issued now and half at some later a striking arrangement of red roses. The new variety of oats, designated (Continued on Page 10) ence in Panama City Saturday, at the probability that a commercially
date. No family will be granted Flowering plants were arranged in
more than 160 pounds of sugar for the dining room also. which Joe Frank, department coin- profitable industry may e developed
canning ,even though the total num- Though there was no formal pio- C osS eP ion r mander of the American Legion, will fin the State."
her in the family exceeds eight. (Continued on Page Six) Red Cross Total Seek Dog Poisoner discuss the need for additional veter- He recommended creation of an
herEx e After Six Pets Die ans facilities in North Florida. (Continued on page six)
--- --- ~Of $4393 ExceedsteSx esDi

Interesting items of Jef- ota For County Sheriff James R. Cooksey and his How Boots Thomas M et Death on Iwo
~iu~foruuuuuuison County Boys and Qu t o o n deputy, George Arrants, aro inves-Ji
fervice olum nmrsn in ceo ysai eeat rrnpoioninv o ima Is Told By Hospital Corpsman
Colby M. Chester, National chair- six dogs in East End within the past
man of the 1945 Red Cross War Fund several days. This story of how Boots Thomas farther without some protection from
C. L. Harrell, Jr., CM 2/c and Mrs. day Friday. Both presents arrived under date of March 24, wrote con- The dogs were all found dead in the was killed, while serving on Iwo Jima'the platoon on our right.
Harrell are here on two weeks' leave, in time for the celebration. John Mc- gratulations to the Jefferson County n visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clung is Chief Petty Officer in the Chapter for exceeding its goal. He and Tom Bird homes, each of whom Beech, a Marine Corps combat cor- the telephone fell out of his band. He
C. L. Harrell, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Sea-Bees and D. J. is a Sergeant in s t dogs that had been family pets. respondent. It appeared in Satuiday never knew what hit him."
E. L. Oglesby. Mr. Harrell is sta- the Army, is, I know, due to your able leader- To say that the neighborhood is dailies under a dateline IWO JIMA "You can say this for the platoon,"
tioned at the Naval Air Base in Lake -V- ship and the earnest efforts of your aroused puts the matter mildly and (Delayed)--A Navy hospital corps- Said the corpsman, "we'll never have
City. Mrs. Harrell before her mar- Jefferson county friends of John associates, and is a tribute to the the sheriff's office has been besieged man tells of the death of Platoon Ser-'another platoon leader like him."
riage last September was Miss Lessie Pasco, Jr., will be pleased to learn of splendid generosity of your contrib- with complaints from families losing geant Ernest I. Thomas, the Marine Captain Dave E. Severance, 26, of Oglesby. his recent promotion from Captain utors. All of us at national head-' dogs and others who fear for the iwho raised the American flag on Seattle, Wash., his company comn____ t ao. ao Pso hoepr quarters share your pride and rejoice lives of their pets. Mount Suribachi: mander, said of Thomas: "Ho was a
VTtogMajor.MMsjorPascomwhosempar
T/S t ond Mrs. William B. Smith eants ow reside in Raleigh, N. C., is in your success. Please extend my' "We were up on a sort of ridge," damned good Marine."
will leave Monday to return to San serving in a tank division of the N inth since re congratulations to all of your S i .said thre corpsman, who was with I knew Thomas, too, and this is
Antonio, Texas, after spending a 20- Army under General Simpson and is co-workers." Allen J. Carter, region- Soi conservation Thomas, "and we had to cross an not an easy story to write. But one
day furlough with their parents, Mi. now somewheic in Germany. at director of the Southeastern Area, ~t Open area. Before we jumped off thing helps. From where I sit, I can
and Mrs. Theo Smith of Monticello (Wednesday's papers report the wrote a similar letter from his head- W workers Confer 'Tommy' sized up the situation and see the flag over Suribachi.
and Rev, and TMrs1. H. L. Boyd of Mad- 9th Army tank battalion 165 miles quarters in Atlanta. ra*Fil id: 'It's going to be rough going Sgt, Thomas was killed Several
ison. Sgt. Smith has been stationed from Berlin.) The final report of the Fund shows Quincy Day ovei there.' days after planting the flag on Sunin San Antonio for the past year in -V that $4393.27 was contributed. The 'But it wasn't so rough at first. bachi. His mother, an employee of
charge of all payrolls for the replace- petty Officer Third Class J. A. Business District Division under the M. D. Walker, J S. Older, Larkin I think we got across that open space the Forida State Road Department, meat depot of the Air Technical Ser- Bradshaw arrived Sunday from New chairmanship of W. G. Miller made Hundley and Fred Boyd, soil conser- without a casualty. Tommy was up was notified by Lt. Gen. A. A. Vanvice Command, which serves as a York and is spending a nine day fur- its final report last week, according ovation district supervisors, R. F. front, where he always was, when'dergrift, commandant of the Marine replacement center for personnel of tough with relatives and friends in ti Mrs. F. A. Biink, chairman. Mrs. Clark, soil conservationist and Coun- we came to a rocky area. Corps, that her son died March 3, his
the entire United States. Monticello and Wacissa. Brink reminds all people iii Jefferson ty Agent E. N. Stephens attended a "There we began to get rifle fire I20th birthday.
lI --V County that they may still send co conference and field day for soil con- from all directions. There were caves The picture of "Marines raise Old
Congratulations to Lt. Verna Mae 1Lt. and Mrs. Ralph E. Knight have Itenbtions to the treasurer Of the servation workers held at the North all around its and wve couldn't tell Glory on Mt. Suibachi during Iwo Boulware of the Army Nurses' Corps, returned from a visit with the for- Chapter, Mr. W. L. Maige, if they Florida Experiment Station at Quin- where the fire vas coming from. Battle," by Associated Press Photoon her recent promotion from Second mer's parents, the Rev, and Mrs. have not found it possible to contrib- Y Tuesday april 3rd. "Tommy stopped beside a rock, He grapher Joe Rosenthal, has been
to First Lieutenant. Lt. Boulware is Ralph R. Knight in Auburn, New ute up to this time. While ai effort The districts represented at the was holding his rifle straight up with selected as the official insignia of the
now located in the Netherlands East York. Lt. Knight, who vas station- was made to reach every person in meeting are all west of the Suwan- the butt on the ground and was reach- Seventh War Loan, and as such will Indies. She is a sister of Mrs. W. M. ed at Dale Mabry Field for a year, the county, it is known that many nee River and include all counties ing for a phone when a bullet knock- shortly appear in this paper' It is
Scruggs and a graduate of Monticello left last week for overseas duty as a v from Madison through Escambia. ed the rifle out of his hand. You see, not Boots Thomas raising the flag
High School and Florida State Col- fighter pilot. At the time of his en- Mrs. Brink takes this opportunity K. S. McMullen, extension conser- we had a wire-laying man with us to in the picture, however. Boots' flag
loefi'Wmn listinent Lt. Knight was a student at to add her woid of appreciation to all vaitionist, of Gainesville, was in keep up communications, was a small flag carried with him in
lege for Women.I
-V-_v the University of Michigan. Hle train- who participated in this successful charge of the conference program. "Tommy didn't do anything but addition to his fighting equipment.
Presents fromt her daddy, J. H. Me- ed at Maxwell Field and received his campaign either as donors or as 54 including district supervisors, glance at the rifle. He just went On The picture was taken when a staff Clung in the Pacific, and from her wings and commission~ at Napier- workers. "It is a fine example of county agricultural agents and dis- talking over the phone to the first with the larger flag replaced the
uncle, D. J. Hamrick in Europe, help- Field, Dothan, Alabama, last April. what responsible citizenship can trict and work unit conservationists sergeant. He was telling him he small one hoisted by Boots and his ed gladden Joan McClung's 12th birth- (Continued onl page 5) achieve," she said. (Continued on Page 10) didn't think we ought to advance any platoon.






The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., Friday, April 6, 1945



Children at Home Aboard Coast Guard Transports at Sea Gems of Thought


A TDUGHTFUL mind, when
Hard-boilenation's flag, sees
enot the flag only, but the nation itself; and whatever may be its
symbols, its insignia, he reads




setupfl in Geran after the Armi-n
e t meant, the principles, the truths,





abou itdewsqie rtcli i
RGERMANY the history which belong to the
ardiCrowds rushing away nation that sets it forth.-H. W.
some tough talking to Prent Main Stem after curfew as if it were Beecher.
Roosevelt ohAm he arrid back a pal who could no longer do any Ah an may bu hemcanmisininLodn rearing plansbeney
from his economic survey of occu- favors. An all-ihbenr troefbantshuhecpied Germany. electric eye peering into the early not sit on it.-Dr. W. R. Inge.





forr runningshwin Germany.
Henderson was sent by the White
House to consult with General The only way to have a friend





state deatmn had done any-nomia
things exep the sloppiesth sorto
Eisenhower regarding the economic A ballet of spring breezes dancing







dificut GrmaEciilinseono
setup in Germany after the Armi-
b h trees sprouting tiny All who joy would win







Londonbud Heneronindcaed
hadeen itt wing th on me his haunchesthppnsswa or
administrator has kept very mum like a baby fist. . Tips of skycommissin supposd to loo
about it, he was quite critical in his ~ caes poiig ecaain ti.Brn
S to t in points for the city's exciting scenic








enders reported ha the plaid nr- .11,1.1, N
guarding negligence on the part of h-ci suffering
the~~4 aryfh tt eatetadrom high-blonde pressure, attemptdsioen n stdon rearnd n pan B s, the Anglo-American-Russian com- X to kill a heartache with a hangousiy n ra Tells on Man-EspeciallyaGood
y.eHe.pon td ut thw armGer-trymof"Thewormpoetryo
and Broadway friendship which can turn
neither the U. S. military nor the inotecl rs femt vr ALN E VC
state department had done any ething except the sloppiest sort .night. An interesting and disheart- Amaz, Yoar Friends-Your letters called
trieseing Dawn cor- from my Ozark Mountain address, i5ther. of tt German civilian economy a r t cards 10c each Conidenti U S. mailings.
eout into the sky to put te star OZARK PETE. Box 10 Norwood
my after the armistice U. Sl
Ambassador John Winant in music
LononHederonindcaTroop transports now consider the nursery as a "must." Thousands of refugees, repatriates and babies Among the town's little heroes: PLAY A CHINESE FIDDLE, simple 1o
o derso iilaed, of U. S. servicemen are being brought to the United States aboard the U. S. coast-guard-manned troop Civilian defense workers who are make and play Be the life of any Party.
hsa beertn on theisanche transports, moving east from the Orient and west from Europe. Most of the children are bewildered but soon still carrying on their duties. . BELL, Box 127, Garden City. Michigan.
commission supposed to look receive reassurance from Red Cross workers and members of the ships' crew. Gigantic fingers of silence gripping
Into this, but doing nothing the city at dawn. So quiet you can PHOTO STAMP
Henderson reported that the plan hear the click of traffic lights as
SWn Gert thre-they switch colors. . The touch- GUm a O s O T .
for cuttng Germny up ito thre Navajo Dust Bo l' Bring goodbyesto betweeninsoldiers beandnbooksrs placeoksardlce andrgifts.gi Surpriseiseand
different sections under the British,








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toz workr under thes preen setp.In
W11. 11 negtivewith $2 for 100; $2.50 for 100
eawrite you every day, honey" Coortone.
simply would not work economical-
ly.He oitedouttht te Gr-Sabbath morning church-belloquence Box 195-AG Georgetown. S. C.










(NotHe -one What some heGr
man railroads were set up to work which seems to fit the silence rather
as a unit, not in three different sec- than break it. . A scoop of after- RADIO TUBES










same chao andn inflatio whichltte
tons. Likewise with German indus- ns RADIO TUBES MADE TO ORDER
tries. Henderson proposed, there- iiof whipped cream clouds. . Bend old tube and 25c eco for estimat.
fore, that German civilian economy dwayites clogging all-night caf- RADIO TUBE SERVICE CO.
be run by a civilian commission Troperaaporippwncnsoffeeewuileyns"m613WeutadshfStreetsreatratetanbaie
representing the Allies which would b rblino on a side-dish of conversation.
have charge of the entire country. andRockefeller Center gal guides
He also proposed that the military wo the 'Dust B wBrnse inste to Ind
take orders from the civilian high the sgt the poin out.









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commission. nt il d aou Regal Fifth Ave. shopwindows
Wtthe Pedrsnreidet wemi do abu crowned with luxuries-a fitting ________________e*en d *e n e oe c t ist e f tribe u te fo r th e Q u e en of B ig
see. Wen e sggste tht Hn-Town streets. The hams who lft FOR QUICK RELIEF
derson go back to Germany, the
hard-boiled ex-OPA administrator in Arizona and New Moefa oresed. an d r se imsble pown personalities. Garments refued.He sid t ws imossblearrayed on 10th Ave. clothes A Soothing A I
to work under the present setup. In- la nd
stead he will go to China to S tuE
tae;breezes humming by. . The sed by thousands with satisfactory e
ian a s f co sky coated with glowing twilight, Tuits for 40 years-Ix vaenable grediU n te ents G et C a hoi at drug sores or w rit
Wat om Whteexhibiting a visual wink which Spurlock-Neal Co Nashville, T1enn.
oe dunders eWarh tate brings out the smile in anybody's
thoe a s a isat he spirit. .,,. The enameled self-
sae c ati o n ic assurance of Main Stem movie
r i e d d m fo e r t c oe r n e u s h e rs w h o h a v e a lla dl
gier n ft l er ee s t r onc nity of generals. H usas cona ain w i l l b e o e s o r u i n o u s v e r s a t i o n s w h i c h c u s h i o n t h e v e l-a x t o
a the Gran o er witl fa vety atmosphere of the sumptu- ns ehe cause of
baicaH ousMusic Halllounge. A







KaieMrylan gaanddhodighntihtteth IslandlIT~lff
l esu Economic disaster for 55,000 Indians is rapidly taking form in the rugged mesas Of the Navajo country pus of hhoine as ht goe
G.I. JOE AT PEACE TABLE In Arizona and New Mexico. A million or more sheep are the direct cause of the potential blight. The real
More and more state legislatures problem of the Indian Office is the overpopulation of Indians upon comparatively unproductive, deteriorated arued her curves. Cn use n
lands. Cal M. Se oCm rn
and members of congress are urg- ton for a long time, but unless corina he eaComely Travelers' Aid ladies who reacted will finally iair the health.
ntngreet strangers with a bouquet of Symptom associate with advantable; also that he begin by sitting TgrBumStn ig bright smiles. . The Hudson Riv- ing constipation are loss of apei,

in tat ve apo ron Sf a s on er cob-webbed with streaks of moon- heavily coated tongue, tired feeling
heand mental digression. eadace,
Unitd Ntios cnfeenc. Sme ighta vew hattatoositslf nto dizziness, anemia, and skin disturbUyour memory. . Sunrise tinting aces such as acne, are commonly eformer undersecretary of state and s as d. In severe cases, neuralgia









fernc as ait starterito the final B nn
the man who originally planned for r -i










geant.d ansocu.Iniesin
the peace machinery, attend the San the world hands people its most with gas formation and colic, and
priceless gift: A new day. . The piles and fissures frequently add to
ray theater's best-dressed man: The the discomforts of severe chronic
viser to the soldier delegate or as tk c tr b in aN t hhr











83 uniaer c e rfvore wihavng a otc olco-abdi u.
Afte th syphn of war hadterhwmayohe
berustle of silk heralding the apthen eahe table. is n oe.Aca o a hv redfrcn
grindtither oro gant.n oe proach of first-nighters coming down stipation, we urge you to try B3-L
plTica ary.an an hdeIln the aisle and leaving a trail of per- PREPARATION, with the undere l a lafume . The Empire State Build standing that B-L PREPARATION
legislatures are the latest to push ~,must bring you satisfactory results teding at noon-cellophaned with sun- or your money ack. Caution Use
Op.ie.A.aMcraryshine. Midtown canyons at dawn I b as directed.-Adv.
table, resolutions being introducedHgm fillettoRdCobwrmshwhihte2
by Charles M. See of Cumberland, teculi B m The andbin arom of roast
Md., and Joseph Mills of War- th waeelheicking duost r lsyasea
wick, R. I. The Texas and South ide covfe tekBru r tohrl ridg ge .
Carolina legislatures have already te cy ws B
passed resolutions, while Senatorl nb s h
Johnston of South Carolina and Rep o Mountains of clouds cruising over
resentative Jackson of Washington the city and making mammoth
have introduced resolutions in the S buildings insignificant. . HeadThene othe daytnd Washingto realto
U. S. congress urging that the G.I. lie'nnwsad laigwt he' odrao h AZO it.
C o l w arGu sw sew h i chrl i g h t s u p-t hegm e ntahne wb e enc hs edhb y poth en y m i l l i o n s
g n he So s s rm mpe Piles. First.
ference as a starter to the final . e dying ortressilwell










walk intmn hishe office andasefosa
peceseswhizzing over the Statue of Liberty -reliev~es pain ad itching. Second.
apae session. They propose that he
and pam ointment lubricates hardened.
be no higher than the rank of ser- art-helps pret crackingand
geant. to the grand lady who carries a soreness. Third. PAZO ointment tends
o torch for Uncle Sam. to reduce swelling and check bleding.
Note- Te Ioa pll, on-Fourth. It's easy to use. PAZO aint. cement's perforated Pile Pipe makes a dNcted-e t e eun.odt
a reg is fon ta g n to -Ts i ce
whelming majority of Iowans, ot i-t they were elsewhere. . Workers 83mper cfent favrmed having at After the symphony of war had gulping a quick breakfast of orantheberiesare ured rcsat i
bsth jbate the. thundered through his home town of juice, coffee and doughnuts-like bittne ece Table Cpl. G. A. McCrary, Centralia, Ill., combat military police, and Carol Bonn, Germany, most of the city was ter medicine they didn't want to m iFIRST
DipOtATI w a e f lagerman, Kansas City, Mo., Red Cross worker, shown with the 250- left in ruins, but the statue honoring taste. . Broadwayites straining yea OF A
eMn O aie te ST.LWELL pound man-eating tiger killed by the couple in Burma. Servicemen and Ludwig Van Beethoven, one of the talk through their cigars as they
Ge.JeSilelhsalways t~omen on the Burma front have organized several successful tiger hunts great composers, still stands in the stand on street corners tossing awayAM1
rated high with his men. Now that in this war theater during the last year. town square. precious minutes they can never
he's stationed in Washington as _________hope to retrieve. . MoviestarIS
chief of the army ground forces, he rushing around town convoyed by a
still has the reputation of looking do any
out for them. No Fish Shortage at WaiCOnia ChildOscar pwavr gn all-n ights beanery
The other day, Washington reactor ea
Col. Gus Ring, who is used to get- .-. The slanty penmanship of rain
ting phone calls from all sorts of im- .Ascribbling its unruly signature on NU-7 13-45
portant apartment hunters, was.idwpns akndsy
surprised to find General Stilwell -scrapers putting shadows on stilts as they stand guard over the streets
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apartment. Stilwesl didn't want the all through the night.
apartment for himself, but had trascan

tiow y tonge an aprte nor theof- 7> ~ ~ -t~ night. . Agonized cries of fog- 2 o every day, 7 days every
idorswo on en iledis junio. n ~. orns along the waterfront sandpa- week; never stopping, the kidneys filter
hho e r, waste tter from the blood.
peing more peopl ehercware of how th
N e gt t a kidneys must constantly remove aur
h.plus fAlnd excess acids and other t
CAPITOL CHAFF Te in g aa f n w matter that cwt nta in the blood
without inury to stalta, there would
trto Fre Visnaegtig-_!' sdsrbtn religious pamphlets. A hlesystem, is upset when kidneys fail
gather to discuss Plans for coordi- I Ii-' ~ ~~'~1--.:< decade ago she was a well-known to function properly.
urnisng t oring fr eqirttesu
nting the 60,000,000-job program. t s sin rton sometimes warns that something
4As Wallace looked around the'aro nt vtg. You may suffer nagging back(where ciggies h ei, lh ashadaches, diziss, rheati
root sw Js it were a gold rush. . Feminuis- pains, getting up at nights, sweling.
,he sai: "I jeng chin deep in mink lolling in ot try De's Pilla? You will
ab usig a medicine recommended th
'the boiesai: aI juted.w hich swanky eateries where they turn the country over. Dan'sstiulate the fuact b sn tion of te kidneys and help them t
4L, Credit Republican Senator Austin 11~a ~ ,. ~Private lives of friends inside out. caush out piouswaste from the
ofVrmoMargaret O'Brien is shon with The hackrobatics of cabbies blood. They obtain nothing harmful of whipped cream. clods .it .ldtt















































of Vermjont th doieng oeiofh This is thre sight, and the smell, that greeted residents around Slocum the "Oscarette," presentedl her by jeeping their way through traffic. At all drugstores.
GBroadwayitesday.gUiegwath confidence















































blestjobsat te recnt MxicoCity Lake, Wauconda, Ill., when the ice went out. More than 100 tons of Bob Hope, for the best child movie .Tbestigoaosi ae
confrene. houg no a raind eTal-siping crofe wile nibCipofernce Tugh not a twrie lead 'fish were washed ashore when the ice melted. Unfit for food, their actress of 1944. Tils is the fit y~ ear trying to breathe the life of an idea
dipl Ar ily use will be as fertilizer, a shortage of which exists in many sections she has been included an oie h int o a mouthful of dead words.
sound advice to the U. S. delegation anr r a
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The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., Friday, April 6, 1945


IMPROVE SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK



John Hersetj SCHOOL L-es
STORY J~~~.A. B ell~B HAUNIOM L LNDQUI, Crchte HasSar.oSrn
THE STORY THUS FAR: The Ameri- this thing, and that makes It fall to laugh. "Tomasino?" he Said. Of Th. Moody Bible Institute of Chicago
cantaleased by Western Newspaper Union ca toos rrve t daowih ajr down. Right here in this invasion "Have you ever talked with Toma -_____________ ____Joppolo, the Amgot officer in charge. we have a general who Is not good sino?" Tomasino saluted. Sergeant Borth was in charge of securi- GnaH i- Th
ty. The Major set out to win the conS- Lesson for April 8
to replace the town bell stolen by the ought to be worshiped. Also we have Major Joppolo had had enough. Lesson subjects and Scripture texts xe- I
Nazis. General Marvin ordered all cartsby International Nais enra arinodeedal ars on womay no good enough, Hesaid: "Listen, Captain, this ton Council of religious Education; used by" kept out of the ct.MorJoppolo,Ifi pemson
kep ou ofthecity. major .pol, I'm not sure yet, much closer to us is hungry. It needs fish. I tpriso." S.
however, hearing that the city would not than the General. I mean the Cap- doesn't get something to supplement get water without the carts, permitted t them to continue to enter Adano. The
Major went to see Tomasino, head fish- He is a young man and very fond here of starvation. Are you going erman, and arranged with him to start of authority. And Tomasino, we to let these men go out fishing, or the fishing boats out in order that the have to get permission fron him aren't you?" adureth forever.-I Peter 1:25, ANN
city could have fresh fish again. The before you and the others can go Lieutenant Livingston was sur- V
navy issued a chart showing where the out fishing." praised by the Major's vehemence. Christians are the people of one
mines were planted. "Who is this young man of au- "They might hit loose mines and book-the Bible. They read and use
thority?" Tomasino said with a Sul- be blown up," he said defensively, other books, but the book Is God's/
CHAPTER Ix len face. "I will bash his head in "I don't care. Thi Is a war. Word, and everything else must be
with my gaffing hook." And the fish- Some people've got to get killed so in accord with its teaching.
Tomasino was shaken. "Protec- man's face looked as If he meant others can live. Are you going to In this blessed Book they find the
tion," he said. "Before you came it let these men go out fishing, or only revelation of God's saving (we adto ayproecionmoey o Let's go and talk with him." aren't you?" grace. Other attributes of God may .,
we had to pay protection money to.
Ena h uevso fteFse- And so the Major and Tomasino Lieutenant Livingston said uncer- be found in the book of nature. .(. I": Z
Enea, the Supervisor of the Fisher-I tes, an evil man. In return h went to see Lieutenant Livingston tainly: "I don't think I ought to 'protected' us. Hah, Fiorentino said n the Port Captain's office. The Major Joppolo said: "Captain, un- orderly, wise, etc., but nowhere in Li
'prteted u. Hll Firetin sidLieutenant was feeling very grumpy less you give permission for these nature is it written that God can 1,- 1.'15 4
one time that he did not feel the brush-off Major Joppolo men to go out, I'm going to send a
eed of protection, and the next week adegiven him sav a man fro is s e
his boat, the pretty Matina, burned d's written
bip asIo yat Irts orn. a hurry. Lieutenant Livingston was who dies of hunger in this town1 to Word as it reveals Jesus Christ the
up as it lay at its mooring."
The ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ i Mjrsi:"hrwilb mno mood to grant requests to an your commanding officer, and in Saviour who Is the Living Word.
The Army man and a meatball, each letter I'm going to say it's
no such thing under the Americans, Major Joppolo, being single-mind- your fault." Tomasino. That's the kind of thing 1
we want to eliminate." not to say absent-minded, was "Maybe we could work
not in the least conscious of Lieu- out," the Lieutenant said. Tekndmo o eest i
Tomasino said: "You are lying tenant Livingston's mood "You know we could," Major Jop- reign over all things and beings, but
to me. There Is a trick." polo said. "By day after tomorrow with special reference to those who
At this moment Captain Purvis when he and Tomasino walked i. I want you to have six charts ready swung into the port area in his showing exactly where these boats eager to live for His glory.
jee. e umpd utandra ito "Soc Igsee," sadLetnn i-can go and not run into our mine Everything in God's creation is to Potholders for Shower Gifts
feep. He jumped out and ran Intobe lifted up in praise of that king- HESE cheery potholders are
the delighted crowd, shouting as heinsowihuplauefed.Tey o'tav tohwT
the: deihtcr wd, sh.etoutin as hee. "Thgsto itotpasurote hado where the mines are, all they need dom. All His works shall praise almost too pretty to usel
He pulled out his automatic ie show is an area where the boats can Him. They reveal Him in part, but They're 6 inches, have two blueHe ulld ut isautmaic ndthe fishermen here." Tomasino, o I'll see that these men stick even that limited revelation is glori- Ibirds swaying on a cherry tree
tired six shots into the air. hearing his name, gave the Lleuten- tot a lt The man who cannot see God 5 5 1 bough with two cherry blossoms
The crowd broke instantly. "The ant a Fascist salute. er tomorrow." ininature is indeed a dull clod. The in shaded pink. A pair of these
Germans, the Germans," one shout- Lieutenant Livingston said.- And before he could catch him. heavens declare His glory and the White Ruffled Hat will make a most welcome gift.
an's. ,"Would the old fisherman mind self, Lieutenant Livingston o Kent earth shows forth His handiwork FRESH as a breath of spring"The Fascists have come back,"and Yale had said to Major Joppolo (P. 19:1). a ruffled hat of white all done To obtain complete crocheting struck
someone else shouted. Greater and more precious in in crochet. Interesting navy blue tons for the two bluebird potholders
"It's all over," a woman "Yes, Sir." God's sight is the praise of His trim provides a smart contrast (Pattern n 14 an cl cart or
screamed. IIMajor Joppolo left with Tomasinto saints. Dumb adoration is accept- color. A clever hat to wear now nroier, drse nd 16 c tent n conuyor
"I've been wounded,"amn
"Iv enwudd"a man before the Lieutenant could catch able only from a dumb creation. We, with 'suits-later with linen suits Sent your order to:
moaned. Of course he had not been. his wits. His saints, are to speak His praise, and dresses.
All of Captain Purvis's shots went Outside, Tomasino sai: "I nate to Him (v. 10). W are o
into tain complete crocheting direc.theCair.EO
tnt th ai. hm. ha di hesay" srea aroa amng ll en v. tions for the white suit hat (Pattern No. 530 South Wells St. Chicago 7, To.
Within twenty seconds the entire 12) the news of God's greatness and
crowd had disappeared into the one thing," the Major said, "If you goodness, address and the pattern number. Enclose 16 cents for Pattern
streets of Adano, and there was go out fishing, Tomasino, you may "His kingdom is an everlasting Hat in Bright Jewel Colors NO
nothing left at the head of the Moo get hurt. Your boat might hit an kingdom," and thus it at once takes AS PRETTY a crocheted hat as Nam
di Ponente' except the smoke from American mine." its place as so superior to what men you'll see! Inexpensively and Addres
Captain, urvis's Colt. The Captain "What do I care?" said Tomasino. call kingdoms-as hardly to be men- q kl made o'll ant several
got into his jeep and drove off. I am going fishing. Mister Ma- toned in the same breath. There is
Tomasino was alamed by the I or, if you could know how unhappy no limit to God's kingdom either In to wear with your new spring suit. _____________Tomasino was alarmed by the Cos rgtjwlclrvle
shots. "You have come to shoot the fishermen of Adano have been. its extent or its duration. Che ight jee colo veet
me," he shouted, springing to his All we want in the world is to go How stupid then that som
feet. "I knew there was a trick. fishing. We will go even if we have many, foolish men and wome set get some gay g t th
You want to kill me." to pay graft to the men of authori- themselves up in rebellion against To obtain complete crocheting Instruc.
But Major Joppolo calmed him. ty. Now you say we don't have to God. That is the height of all folly tons for the ruffled hat (Pattern No. 5551)
"Tht ws ustto etridof hedo that. Thank you, Mister Ma- and leads only to disaster. How wise send 16 cents in coin, Your name, address
'That was just to get rid of thenumber. SOOTHES
crowd. I don't want anything ex- jor."
cept to send you out fishing, Toma- "No," the Major said, and he de- His control that their little span of : YOUR THROAT
sino." cided to try something. "No, Tom- life may find rich meaning in the Who Won the War?
Tomasino said: "There is a casino, I thank you for taking charge One who endures forever. : below the gargle line
trick," but he sat down again. of the fishermen, and I kiss your 11. The Abundant Provision of The arrogance that has always
TheMaorsad:"Toasno w -~hand." .God's Mercy (vv. 14-16). permeated the German army was :Each F & F Cough Lozenge gives :
The Major said: "Tomasino, we tpclyepesdi h alo o hota1 iuecmotn
;will need about half a dozen boats. Tomasino looked at this man of We are all completely dependent th troat a 1 oominutecfri :
~Can you elp arrane this?"authority, and he said: "You are ontemriso o o vrtig 1918, says Collier's. Before the tetet elysohn eas
,Can you help arrange this?"tontemrisoGofoevrtig amsieitgeeastfhaal thyrralyedce.Uedb
different." And the old fisherman that we need for life-physical, men- ramistce it ieal staf hda-:te'er ewtd sdb "To whom will the tribute be
"T hmwl h rbt turned and ran out on the mole to tal, and spiritual, roea st ated heli that Aiteasilos o ogs hra ria
paid? How much will it be?"
the Tina, and he shouted as he ran, Consider the food for the body. bt yth Gemnpol at colds or smoking. Only 100 box.
"You won't have to pay any trib- as if telling his boat: "We are go- God opens His bountiful han an home.
pite to the Americans, Tomasino." ing fishing! We are going fishing! ever lrd het
"No protection. No tribute. I do :1 We are going fishing!" wit the food neesr fottrssd
not believe it. And how much tax The telephone rang. tenancy. How this is accomplished to Berlin marched through the
enust we pay on the gross weight "Hello," Major Joppolo said, is a mystery and a marvel to us, Brandenburg victory gate and
of our catch?"
"There will not be any tax on "Joppolo, t." but God is able to do i ow the S sat eor Ae h
"Jopolothi is artrius up Centuries ago men were fearful ofVcryastug thy ad C U HL Z GE I
orour catch, Tomasino. You will Vicinamare." that the earth could not produce conquered the world.
only have to pay the regular taxes. "Oh, hello, Colonel." enough food to keep the increasing
gt is true that your profit will be "Scram, you- "About that bell." population of mankind alive, Iut God
timited to fifteen per cent of what
you take in. The rest you must taking a out there in the hall? "Yah an luck?"
spend in wages to your fishermen I have a rule that no Italians ae "Oh they shipped It off. It in spite of man's waste and deand upkeep on your boats." to come In this office." try oy tha butth tideen struction.
"N potcton n tibte n se- Major Joppobo said: "Tomasino sasteFcratVrilr However, life is not just material.
"No protection, no tribute, no spe-Fonrat otyhee I.Ed j4T
cial tax. You are making fun of wouldn't mind, but I would. What There must be a satisfying of man's
Mussolini in Milan-can you 1mg siitual nature. He needs someone
ane, American." kind of way is that to run an office me naming a street for that ew- sr
"Why should I make fun of you, in an Italian town?" Tomasino, sie?-it says that the Foundry ac. weakness, to deliver him from his
fisherman? It is my job to run this hai hi name, g h tsh e I
town. I consider it my job to keep ant another Fascist salute. enow d re o the ell. T sr an
Ithe people of this town alive. They Quite coolly Lieutenant Livingston
haven't enough to eat. I want fish said: "I don't know how you run cannon now, Joppolo." How does He do it? Through the
'for them. I want you to go fishing. your offices In the Army, Captain, "Too bad." ministry of His Holy Word. ThereWhy should I make fun of you?" "Well, at least I found the re io
Tomasino stood up. "American," we call security. We can't afford words for you." he said, "I begin to think you are to be careless." "That's awful disappointing."
different from the others."shnsuohiwa.Iisiscm
different fro the others."Major Joppolo was indignant. "I'll "Yeah, I'm sorry. But I'm glad sie pnhswy ti i on
The Major ignored this conces- vouch for Tomasino." Tomasino s- I cu set you srg on i" All
sion and said: "Tomasino, I want luted. He hated authority, but he Colonel Sartorius wanted was one tempta
you to be the head of the fishermen knew It when he saw it. word of thanks.
of Adano. There will no longer be Lieutenant Livingston said testi- "These people down here'll be How endless and how overflowing
a criminal like what was his ly: "Major, after all, this is my heartbroken," the single-minded Ma- ,sat mercy of o Gd Lt us
nae"office." jor said. int uon" imfu knowined that Heman, -olwlb es
name? Mk hmwt i
"Enea." The Major said: "Well, it's Toma- "is that a fact?" said Colonel Sar- itas
"There will no longer be an Enea sino's town."' Tomasino saluted. torlus. "Well, you're welcome," and eager to do for us more than we only fresh yeast with more EXTRA iai.
over the fishermen. I want a fisher- The Lieutenant said: "What do he hung up hard. can ask or think.
man to be in charge of the fisher- you want, Major?' The day that Mayor Nasta cams II. The Saving Power of God's 4 CORN MetdINS

men." alsO' etdbte
m asio'Major Joppolo said: "I want the down from the hills Major Joppoo Grace (vv. 17-19). 1% cups co rmeal boMargakiee
1Tomasino's sadl face almost broke Navy's permission to send out six got his first idea that perhaps the The Lord, who "is nigh unto all 11 CUPS mil, scalded .1 cake Fleischman es
(into a smile. "There would be jus- fishing boats to get fish for Adano." people of Adano really were glad them that call upon him" (v. 18), 2 teaspoons saltow sua U warm water
tice in that, and we fishermen aren't Lieutenant Livingston said: "Im- to have the Americans around, is able to save because He is "right- 3 brow suga
very well acquainted with justice." possible." 3 cups sited flour
henor the cor meal verc sloll into the scalded manL thu MIn salt,
moment. "No," he said, "I can't possible about it?" del Pescatori. Joppolo and Purvis and holy God can deal with sin, and

do ." The Lieutenant said: "We'd have had almost nothing in common, bull yet only a merciful God would pro- Disov nFlels
"Why not?" to get permission from ComNavlt they were beginning to like e video redemption; but in our God uewr ire
"I would be a man of authority. other pretty well. It was probably mercy and truth meet (Ps. 115: 1; fmd u
wouldan laugh havere~e toi pansr hat tull Coverv let rienwr
I would be the thing I have hated Naw, and they're both Admirals, just that they were both officers Pa. 103). He is both "just and the
all my life. The other fishermen Not a chance." and Americans, and no matter justifier of him that believeth in
the thing I had always hated most." that gibberish mean?" worlds apart back in the States, He it is who is near to all that r
"But Tomasino, you've just ad- The Lieutenant said: "Command- here they were blood brothers, and "call upon him in truth" v. 18), d- cop o it" s
mitted that I was different from oth- er Navy Italy and Commander Navy they could talk over their reactions atl newly revised "The Bread
er men of authority. You could be North African Waters. Is that gib- and laugh together and understand Lord which is in mind in Romans Bsket." Dozens of easy Address
different too. It is possible to make bearish, Major?" each other. Brother Purvis still 10:13, where we read that "whoso- = fo dredSandrdr
your authority seem to spring from The Major said: "Why do you wanted to get Brother Joppolb ever shall call upon the name of the Gl477,ewYrk N
the very people over whom you have have to go running to the Admi drunk, but even that Issue, which Lord shall be saved." 47d N Y mtk BoY
authority. And after a while, Tom- rals? Don't they give you any re- began bitterly, was now becoming a Notice that God's nearness, His
asino, it actually does spring from responsibility at all?" joke and a promise of some fun, salvation, and His fulfillment of the
them, and you are only the instru- Lieutenant Livingston spoke very The Albergo del Pescatori had the desires of man are for those who ment of their will. That is the thing patiently. "You wouldn't under- best food in Adano, and th Major call on Him and who "fear Him" that the Americans want to teach stand," he said. "This is a Navy and the Captain ate there regularly (v. 19). This is not a matter of you who have lived under men who problem." now. The food was nothing to write magical use of a name, or an outimagined that they themselves were "Listen, Captain, we're In this home about, but it was better than ward profession of faith. It must authority." wrtgte.Wa' thn o? ain.Lnhaddne eecm rmtehat n hni
Tomasino thought a long time and "How do you know this man isn't exactly alike and never varied: pas. does, God responds. Sprin Strains Bruises Stiff Jit
then said: "It is too good. There is in the Italian Navy? How do you ta with tomato sauce, a little fried So we find God's word to be the a trick." know he Isn't being paid by the eggplant and cheese, an omelet, source of our instruction concerning
"Yes, as a matter of fact there is German Navy? How do you know bread, fruit and red wine. The place those things which can make us wise
a trick, fisherman. The trick is that he just wants to fish?" owD'd just nine regular customers unto salvation (II Tim. 3:15). It is
wome men are not good enough for Major Joppo o was too outraged (TO E CONTINUED) the Book o our faih!








FOUR THE MONTICELLO NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1945


THE MONTICELLO NEWS 56 'Years Ago In Monticello Revealed us faorinetion, as agaienseto er- Acidenale sotnisually due! unit, or $3,057,000 for increased
us fr ivesigatonwasagaist er-I Acidetalshooingis suateacher salaries during the current
_____________ C py ~ pi11" sons for carrying concealed weapons, to careless handling of a gun b'ycoo ear.
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY o p i 0 8 9T n tt ntuto
PUBLISHED ~~I EVERY FRIDA ~ f f A U ~ i~~l~U 1 f and we would suggest that all good someone who "didn't know it was Increase the annual ntuto
MONTICELLO ADVERTISER citizens unite in breaking up this'loaded." t
Esalse 1869raio o h cut
Established 1869 The News is deeply indebted to I"Monday, Mr. W. A. Simmons. was nefarious practice. Drowning often results from the school fund from the present $900 to
MONTICELLO CONSTITUTION Mrs. Henry Holmes for an almost having his soda water apparatus ous county
Ea ie officials have been carefully exam- swimmers sometimes are drownedthe counties with most limited local
Changed to stitution," dated April 10, 1889. The business." mned. We are glad to be able to state, when they try stunts. Bathing pools financial resources.
MONTICELLO NEWS-lb0S Constitution was a weekly published: "Mr. H. W. MeRory returned home that so far as we can be able to judge should always be provided with some Bills to provide for immediate ap-in Monticello and was then Volume yesterday from New Orleans, where they are properly and neatly kept. Sort >of rescue equipment such as propriation to resume free hog cholKEATHLEY BOWDEN XVI, number 15. This is the oldest he has been' attending lectures for "we understand the roads through- ropes and floats. iera serum and a hill to appropriate
Editor paper yet unearthed since the effort several months." out the county, with few exceptions Remember, watch your step, be not funds for similar free treatment
Entered at Monticello post office was begun to locate old papers. I"Sheriff Simpkins was out on dress are in bad condition, and recommend careless, protect yourself and others 'against Bangs' disease were introas Mail matter of the Second Class Although their monetary value is parade with his prisoners Monday." that proper authorities see that the from accidental injury. SAFETY ducked as the legislature got under
probably slight, these papers are! "On last Saturday evening the public roads are promptly put in good FIRST. way Wednesday for its first dlay of
Telephone ----------------- 138-H priceless in their Contribution to pre- horse attached to Mr. John Dean's order. real work.
OFFICE OF PUBLICATION serving the history of early Jeffer- delivery wagon, became frightened "The county jail as far as possible
News Building Dogwood Street son county, and a real service will be and ran away, demolishing One Of is in a very neat and healthy condiSUBSCRIPTION RATES and in preserving them in some defi- during the wagon." accommodate the number of prisoners Are First Stcead R p r
One Year --------------- $2.00 nite form. There is no hope that a "Mrs. G. S. VanBuskirk, Teacher necessarily confined there sometimes,
Six Months -------------- 1.00 Complete file may he obtained, buit Of Music.-Piano and organ voice and we suggest that the county Com- ThBeaeWdesa asd3 ediu steers & heifers. 70 to 1.00
every sheet will have some value, and building in English and Italian. The missioners take immediate steps T e toe0at ilinrdcesday psenaorBestu costeers.r.9 to 14.00
Si x M o th to to. 0. 1 .00i t o u e b e a o e t c w s . t 4 0
With all their horses pulling ar- the interest in these old issues will most approved method of resperation scure a ore onvenient location Clarke, of Monticello, providing Medium & common Cows .6 to 9.00
tillery, the Germans are not likely increase as the years pass and their and tone placement taught. Terms, and have erected thereon a more $325,000 immediately for the state Bulls 1.
to get much spring plowing done. age increases, reasonable." commodious and suitable building for census 8 to 16.00
Bu hn atn' aksada od Mrs. Holmes said her mother had "Mr. J. S. Hoey and wife take their a jail." ben delayed becue thea 1943 hags No.ve 1 hos. .8to.0
But thea Patton's tanks and a good ___________ 42
shelling will churn up a lot of soil. kept this issue because it was dated departure today. They go to Virgin ate faied tocprovide fund forit. No. 2 hogs.14.25
Exchange. the week of the birth of one of her ha oe We wisth tev ou pl ao safeng .A nr id ticalob i wasd int o e in. No.32 hogs .-- 14.25
__________children. Perhaps other families have home.j We wishg th opl aeneouseand sent tos cinttue.i No. 4 hogs.-----.14.25
WHO SAID SACRIFICE? kept other copies for similar reasons. journey, and a return next winter to'"4 L I the house illsen wer cmitroed No. 4 hos.1.55
_____F. R. Fildes and son were editors of their Florida home." H E LT joESInty byus Represetie imntrof Lig No. 5 hogs. 13.0
Our forefathers did without sugar Dr. F. A. Brink, Director Jefferson and Wotitsky of Charlotte, Roughs to 13.0
until the 13th century, without fires per half of the front page (the lowe night under the auspices of the ladies until the 14th century, without but- half is missing) was taken uip with of the Methodist Church was finan- SAFETY FIRST to0: Appropriate $200 per instruction Feeder pigs.8t 50
tered bread until the 15th century, "Home News Items" and the General daily the greatest success of any held ._gto_15.0without potatoes until the 16th, with-sentment of the Grand Jury at the this season, the proceeds being $150." The frequency of accidents, fatal out coffee, tea and soap until the Spriig Term of Circuit Court. "This morning Messrs John M. 0r crippling, is the reason for fre18th, without gas, matches and elec The Home News Items were head- Henry, 0. A. and R. E. Sloan left for quent reminders of the need for con- From where Iit Zyilas
tricity until the 19th, without canned ed "Curbstone Gossip Society the head of the Wacissa river where stant and painstaking caution against
goo s u til th 20 h c nt ry, and weEvents-Personals and other Item s of they will take the new and eleg nt accidents. goods until the 20th century, and we have had automobiles for only a few a Local Character" and ranged from steamer (built for the occasion) Mic- Accidents in the home are the most years. the first on the list, "Crops are doing cosukie and make a cruise around the frequent cause of death and injury.Am rc an he
Now what was it you, were com- fine," to "The soda water season is peninsula to Cedar Keys.' This is, in part because much of our
plaining about? drawing nearer every day" and "The And here are extracts from the time is spent in our homes, in part!
___________affectionate flies and loving gnats General Presentment of the grand because children have not learned "Underground"
THEwill soon be upon us.' jury, April 9, 1889: caution and it is they who are most I
TH OOALEDSHRE "Travel over the T & M is getting "We tender our thanks to his Hon- frequently the victims. We were sitting around after Weapon that We've got, Amen-.
EMBLEM very light" referred to the Thomas- or, Judge David S. Walker, for his Burning with fire, hot liquids, hot 1 Chores the other night talking Can crops -from American fields
ville and Monticello Railroad. Per- lucid and interesting charge. iros and hot ashes cal be avoided about the progress of the War. -strengthening our position
The honorable discharge emblem sonal items include these: "We also tender thanks to our Where children play, the fireplaces Chad Davis was saying how, in overseas in a way no other unwill be seen in increasing numbers on "Capt. S. L. Moore of Thomasville worthy and efficient State's Solicitor, should be guarded. Hot liquids should spite of Germany's defeat, there derground can shake." the lapels of civilian clothes. It was in the city this week.' 'Eon. E. C. Love, for his able and valu- never be left in reach of small chil- was still the German under- Fo hr iCa' bo
"M iss Elame B ird, of Jacksonvill, able assistance in our duties; also len or canned too close to anyone. nr u n toth s It sith rhe i s f o





meansd the weare hash served inht thehrWsfrh is visiting Miss Bessie Turnbull." the officers of the Court for courtes- Stumbling or bumping against oh- "I don't worry about them," glass of beer that cheers a tired
"Judge J. B. Christie, of Jackson- ies extended in various ways. We jects may cause most painful burns. ~ SbrRsis S oga ode' prto h ra
ville, is in the city." congratulate the people of Jefferson Out-door fires should be watched m ot Boer owns "Sroun ion that fodees ouirs arie radu
"We understand Mr. T. L. Clarke county for having an efficient and with care by a responsible adult wot our rr. alies ev r bi an tha
will commence the erection of a new worthy sheriff. til they are out and cold.woknore.alisevybtofginht
dwelling in the near future." I"We are very sorry to say that a Falls occasioned by careless climb-. "What do you mean-our un- American farmers harvest Is a
"The Partridge House is ready for number of Criminal acts have been ing, rickety stairs, ladders, steps and derground?" says Chod. And Part of Americasegreat strength.
the tourist." committed in the county and hope floors and by objects scattered about, 1 Sober points out to the fields,
fi "Mrs. Bettie Glover and her mother the law will be vindicated and offend- may result in serious injury or death. "There it is," he says, "under 6 0 '(A
Mrs H-odges of Citra, Fla., were on ers punished, and no criminal escape Even fractured bones in elderly peo- that soil lies the most important
visit to relatives in this city this unwhipped of justice. ole may fail to unite and the pro- I ___________________________________lppast week." "It is our painful duty to state that longed stay in bed may be more than i o 109 of a Sore CepyrgAt, 1945. Unad States Brewer Foundakioas
means the wearer has served in the
armed forces of the United States
and has received an honorable dis- i
charge.
It is an honorable emblem. Learn
to recognize and respect it,




27 Years Age

ITEMS FROM THE MONTICELLO
NEWS OF APRIL 5, 1918.

Two houses for storage of sweet
potatoes were erected in Monticello
this year, J. C. Braswell had one with
capacity of 500 bushels and the G. F.
Towne company had one with 1,000
bushel capacity. Both were built as
part of the program of food conservation during wartime.
The Red Cross ladies were continuing to furnish a comfort bag to every
man leaving for camp from the county. The bag contains toothbrushes,
safety pins, etc., for use in camp.
Funds for these bags were provided
by voluntary donations.
Joe Kinsey, of Aucilla, was killed
when struck by lightning as he plowed the field near his home.
Many prominent visitors attended
the meeting of "Group 1 Bankers"
held at the Monticello court house.
Bankers from Tallahassee, Campbellton, Live Oak, Wellborn, Atlanta,
Tampa, Jacksonville and Baltimore
attended.
Mrs. Ray Simpson entertained with
a luncheon complimenting Mrs. Hal
Hentz of Atlanta.
Mr. and Mrs. Colin Kelley and son
and Miss Lila Tucker of Madison
spent the week end in the city as
guests of Mrs. T. T. Turnbull. crop raised by conscientious fat savers.
The ladies of the Presbyterian
church sold ice cream Saturday after- Now that war has curtailed the flow Of fats and oils from
noon for the benefit of the organ
fnodo. h eeito h ra the South Pacific, used cooking fat has had to replace those
fund.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Monroe, Messrs.
S. J. Clark and J. F. Hagan from
near Waukeenah passed through
Monticello on their way to Live Oak.
Corporal Luther E. Davis, son of
D. W. Davis, who was at one time
at Camp Wheelet, but transferred
later to Camp Hancock, has volunteered for immediate service in
France and has been sent to Spartanburg, S. C., where an anti-aircraft
division is being made up. budget, where
John Pasco was called to Richmond your used fats help to ease the shortage of fats and oils,
Friday to the bedside of Rev. Hill
Denham who has been in a hospital
Denbm wh hasbee in!'hosita Save every drop Of Used cooking fat. Turn it over to you.,
for some time. Mr. Denham is a
Monticello boy and friends here are meat dealer for four Cent$ and two extra red ration points
pleased that he is somewhat improved.
Mr. W. V. Kay, with the Delco
Light People, was in the city the
first of the week installing a lighting .c
system in the Telephone Exchange. v Z
Miss Clifford Humphrey of Gretna
was the guest last week of her sister, Miss Elizabeth Humphrey, our
popular teacher.







FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1945 THE MONTICELLO NEWS FIVE


Towshivicort, Caolumn-s,
S rieC lm -then what is meant by 'steaming' 1942. He went overseas to fly with equipment -riddled by machine gun KiwanisiorhRoig Fis Fry Nme
Service Column- jungle. The thermometer hovers at the Canadians based in England. Iii fire, or- the fuel oil or kerosene for i a i ih r ars
110 during the day but the nights are April, 1043, he transferred to the U. their ranges exhausted. C.I. al
(Cont'aued from Page 1) not so bad. In January it is summer S. Army Air Forces and flew with_ (continued from page 1) 1 rtifiate No. 210.
tyifarmfagenteJ.foraerisivopenneeR-iney,
His wife, the former Vivienne Rainey, here. The natives hereabouts are the 8th Air Force as a bomber pilot, t f t E'tt R. far agnt J: Descrptio ofoer Pre t1-9t31.i
1s nukian her homne in; Tallahassee. those fuzzy wuzzy little riggers whose making 17 bombing- missions over The moomo ion of L. Eee itor of extension service bulletin, Seticptin o6, Townsh, ort -,o- ting
--V-- pictures you see; and they don't look Germany. Hle w.as wounded and re- McClellan, 445 Waukeenah Street, Gainesville; Kenneth S. McMullen, 4 East, rS acres.
is makina-merinoewinchaassessede
Mrs Edwaird Ble rcevd alike Dorothy Lamnour, either. It is turned to the States in July 1943. Monticello, Florida, from the grade extension conservationist Gaines- Noic Ill wahier.
MsEdadBailey received a vr aphr l h ie h hnh eoer idr~undt!J .wx,"
cablegram from her sovne da tec d of Second Lieutenant to First Edewt- villeJ. Lee Smith, district agent, ex- Certificate N 462.
-Ewrfolks send uts food, saliai, crax, and( active. duty he was transferred to a announced this week by tension service, Gainesville.1 .1ecr Oton"of Property.ts j ,
whoisin n rm hopialin racesimilar things, and we have to keep) fighter planes. He is now instructor* nn a These Jefferson county agricultur- 221 in Section 17, Towinsipl 2 N',rth.
who is in annarmyhospital1inaFranc
following injuries received a f everything in water-proof containers at Oxnard Flight Strip, Oxard, Calweeks ao.rEdwrd wirdeeHav
weeks ago. Edward wired "Have all the time. Leather mildews over- fornia, and expects soon to be pilot- mandling- genera lof the Jefersonvile onthis happy occasion: Fred Stokley Cerict o. 29
had operation, getting on fine hopePaii uremltrDptJfrsnleCtfct N.29
htd s oeration" g e onsfine hope night and. metal rusts while you turn fin, a fighter plnet in the aii uremse eo efrovle Ed Braswell, J. D. Maynard, Dr. C. Yent of [ssualnc--septemher 7. 1931.
to see o soon." The message waste Japs. Lt. Recto was Indiana, where Lt. McClellan is sta- L. Mitton, Luther Fountain, J, T. Desc'iption Of
indeed cheering to his parents and 84 in Section 17, Townsip 2 Nort,
friends. Edward's left foot was "Most of what I've just written marred in December and his wifet Daniel, W- I Phelps, T. J. Martin, -ange 4 East. 10 acres
blo-wri ~~ aou the tropic has btpe amnIean onl the ter- tind her 6 year old daughter, file with Piior to his enlistment in the Army Dick Cormes, J. C. Kersey, TOM Na-me in whichl alssesedblown off when lie stepped on a mine, J.V.Sens.
and it was amputated above the an- rible side. But there's another aie him in California. in July, 1942, Lt. McClellan was pro- White, L. E. Clark, Robert Lott, H. Cet-tifte NO. 222.
fl. The best news that could come too. There are awfully pretty sunsets eas, Dea of Issuan ety IV So
fro hmis hathe is oin OKandout here ,the palms are pretty and The "83rd Spearhiead" weekly pub- Damiries, Atlanta, Ga. Hle Was comn- Frank Floyd, Marvin Sasser, C. M. Pecn& rhid on Setn
from him is that he is doing OK and a rln o nSfo 7
the jungle has a wierd sort of beauty. lication of the 83rd Division nlow in mnissioned in May, 1943. While study- McClellan. Keathley Bowden of Moo- Tfivnshlil 2 North, flange, 4 ati hones soon to come.ahome.
honcliFis ino the water aree thle niost beal- action in the European theatre, which ing at thre University of Florida, ho ticello and W. 0. Blair of Brooks Name in whichel assesecallintgir. Te ws pintd inMmittih G., er lsog tDalsyhelle Bryson.
Mrs. John Anderson received a let- tiful shades you I, Rolland, tied as production manager of the county, e ao ests. Certificate No. 106.
ter from her son Gorge, I ly and rushed by jeep to the fighting University's Dairy Products Labora- GerhYear of isuane-Ty 6, 112,
PcDe scri week, stain thart hed of Prop
Pa cific this week, stating'thlat hie is bi es, which look like kangparoos, if men of that fighting outfit "some- toiy. SuDeibstc17 ipetion 17, lTrownsh-.i 2f No
-u~rb Name8 in Seih assessed-p2 ~i~i
in the hospital having been shot in you don't know the difference. The where in Germany, was mailed by i-gradted fron high school in Tange 4 East, 2 acres.
the leg. He sa's he is getting aloag mosquitoes and other insects reheind Private Willaid 0. Wilson a longber Montcello in 1935. Certifict No.
fine, that the doctors and nurses are you of a B-29 by their size. We go of the. division and soi- of I-s. J. M. Oerf NcJ 614
wonderful to him. Mrs. Douglas Mac- fully clothed all the time and don't Wilson, of Monticello, to his wife in T s X lIION 187 in Section 5, Township92N
Arihur recently visited him and the know how to sleep except under a Orlando. 1ei in Se-ting 4, 4 acres.
T1he 83rd Division spearheaded the Min~ erll No.te 1ests Na-me in which assessed
other boys in the Army hospital net 9ett 1 is hereb given that lisi flo Kirkhridge.
there. "Snc ourl teimn haAenbo-~'i nnounced PN ikin., the holder of tae folow~ing- Certificate No. 124.
-- v cen down into battalions we'e sht and won the distinction of being the ,iirts lies filed said certificates 1 eaor of I ssuance-August 5fth.19.
tStret a. 601 d oh issUed te .Dcription of Propety-Lot 190,
fis Aferican outfi to heae thettodo By S ae Director Te i tfic wel numbers andt years )f 590. 58n, So Pecan & Orchid (5". '(ifi
Geoge Hurst, son of Mrs. N. B. o lowvr Rhine. Wilson has been in the. su fhe description of the prop- Section 8, Township 2 North Rane 4
Cilbert of Monticello, has recently but it takes a lot to make time pass city and the names in which it w East, 15 acres.
l ten transferred to Camp LeJune, N. 'pickly. We are part of a large boat- infantry since Atgust, 1944. He join- A C. Green andC., where he is attending the medical building Command, nd assemble land- ed tip at Camp' Blanding and com- Merit System examinations for 24 t No 212.
field service school. George is an old tog crafts, barges and the lte. In pleated Is 15-week intently training Classes of positions With the StttI D of l-'et vry-el.7 1 I Cerfcale No 220.
Monicllobo ad atededscoo aditonto hedtiie Ihav wththere. He is a former Orlando bus Welfare Board aind the Florida In- i',tonn 9 Tm ottiihii) 2 N(rth, Range 4 Description oFf Property-Ei/5 Lot 232 Monticello boy and attended schoolannoun I i I So Pecan & Orchid Co. in Sction 1,
here. / He has had a varied career in my Company, I have charge of the driver ill *d a, ed l this week, a t attt cr
tlte Armsy already, having served 8~' carpenter, electrical, water stipply, Prtivate Wilson's note 9nd fiat. noti eeacrigt Mae tfcat Poc1. aei hihasesd
th Armyiat aleay havin serve 8%wihasesd
years before war was declared, part painters, pltmbefs and all otide sisteis, Miss Audrey Wilson, Mrs. Gigsb, merit system supervisor (1 lt --Tl' 7t:1. 1Ge Snow.
will e gien b "ot Property-J-t ci 1 Crtfct N.15
of this time he was stationed in the maintenance and constriction, so get R. F. Richter, Mrs. B. J. Desniore and The ex w e nf n ot Co. in T on 9 Yea o N e h,9
Panama Canal Zone. After the out- xpence if nothing else. Mrs. R. Cone, reside in o East 4 escritkon of Property-Et 598 So.
vo fe'h u the two agencies, for the purpose of "' Pecan & Orchid Co. in Sec n S.
break of war he was stationed in the "Most of the men are enld siie - i which assessd- Township 2 North, Range 4 East, 5
; alists, several are gradtiate engin- Vort Boenning, Ga. Mar. 17, 1945)-- stigtip eligible registers from T' it. P"'- 0 i. aceres.0
Pacific for 14 months, and was then 7 tvht lite No. 72. Name in which assessdleturned to the States. He transfer- cats. In fact, we ink we have 00e A gradiition of a Fourth S wth %t, of 155ttarnc-Aigust 4th 1941. Pter Jecker.
red to the Navy, and spent 14 months of the bst engineer units in the vice Comnand Bakers 'ard Cooks e n Pea P- 11 o. i Sectio (.Yerf N et 7 1
atPenslvna tae olee heeArmy. We were commended by Mac- School class at Fort Banning tis., Applications must be filed with the Tox n'hiit 2 North. flange, 4 rast, 4 Desaition of Property-Lot 561 Sio
at; Pennsylvania State Colleg-e where~it rhd o nSeto 9
lircet rtin himself for our last, big job, week, Pvt. Gary Lee Fraser of Alt- Memit System office here, P. 0. Box acrePcn&OiciOokn eto 6
grdutd rm av ,e in which assessed- Trownship 2 -North, Range 4 Fast.
lie recently graduated from a Navy -ars V-12 course. Ie expects, to return and that made uS all mighty proud. cilia, FIn., was awarded a certificate 113, tiot later than Mitnight of April C i liotv. aeia
to the Pacific combat zone after com- C e 21, Grigsby said. Official forms mtst ) .-,i 0 n 7th, 5') 0 Alvin C. Green.
Pietion of his training in the medical other night and had a tee fish sup- tf institictions forcks at the he used and these can be obtained Ic tion of Proprty-Lot 50 So C',tifioate No. 503.
Pecili & Orr1tidl Co. ii Secltioon 16 a ~io Year of TIsstanc-Aucirst 6tl. 192,9.
f:eld service school at Camp LeJune. pei. It reminded ne of good 01' Wa- school. 03,n request. A separate application 1hil 2 North. ilni-I Cast 5 ac Descrioion of Proert- 102 So
---V- cissaf River. Boy, am I going to do 'rThe course is one of a number of- imst he filed for each poTsifn. r,,t fit which, lOssessd- Pecan & Orchard 'Coi etion 8
TJ.,Ieta Tilvers. 'otvwnship 2 North, flange 4 East, 4
some- fisin whenes If get bac tothaere to whalers, Cooks, mess ser- The positions for- which tests will 1'i1ft, eN. 2 s
Throsugh the courtesy of Miss Mary'Sa-s"___Ps't~ino 'prx--~t, n ~ fehnr
Collins and Mrs. Lucille Simmons, lfe snts, mess officers and dieticians be given a'e all professional in oae U' whih asssedcomes news of two old Jefferson froen all briauctes of the Arnmy natue T ity being in the
countybywh haednanar Lt. Henneth Rector las recently Giound, Service and Air Forces, the social work positions with the State N at C hc sesd ounty Of lefferson, State of Florida.
cony boys who have done and areNl inoeassed rco'leto
still doing a great big slice of work beei promoted from 2nd. to first WAC and the Army Nurse Corps. Welfare Board, ranging from district I vv Wetis. sslic cetin't
frteArmsy. iietttenant in Oxnard, Californita, Both officers and enlisted meii learn welfare o j0 to state. C 'tc)t C, t .t.e.N. ,1 shall heb redeem,,,led acing o cltaxx fthe
forl the Army. ll lig
Lt. Richard C. Rector is with the where lie is serving as intfuctor et produce food for their comrades social seivico, and an eqtal number Descittion of Propert'-Lots 61 67 c
U. S. Army engineers and has been& Orld Co. i 'tion t l Ort hoo
IT. Ary oniners ad ha bee joproplsio plaesreaarclloss whether teare in -a,-- of important posts with the Indus- Ill Townsip 2 North. Range 4 Ca.t, 194, Ist hich i the th.nda of 'may4.
stationed in New Guinea for nearly Keineth has had a tour of dittes ison with tn-to-the-mitute equipa year. He writes "It rained for the overseas already. i enlisted with meat of in t i .h CO)tR -cAo r 5
.vl fll] te't'Ol Sten-tf t, N. CL~yDE it. SAM'SS
first four months we were here; and th Royal Ca adian A u Force and i A kithers sni,sl~od by enemy I- t,' i, oht ;to l h adr ss Of isi ne-Jrl, 7th. 1't'0 C lk of C ircut Cori of J -fe c then it stopped partially. We learned won his ing.s in Canada it October shells, their od -- 1i 1 he : exstln Office. iFso nIon Of a I otUty, IcIorda.
he e Orcid Co. in Se tion 1 No. 41 April 6,1 ,2027
















itl~ MIIITHANKS















eto the progressive business men of Monticello

or the cordial reception given us The public

3) expression of your appreciation is very gratie h wo fying




We chose Jefferson County as a location because

of the advantages it offered.



rThe fine spirit of cooperation which has been

shown is added assurance that our choice is

justified.


















F rsd Buteot Lumber Company



th jungl has a wClyde W Atkinson
r~~~rFis i the ate ar the most beam-6~ ~ icrc







six THE MONTICELLO NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1945


Governor CaldwellWorld's Largest Bomber Gets New Power Plant
(Contimued from page 1)
independent, Statewide authority, to
deal with water control, and asked
legislation providing "wise and effective means to prevent the waste of XB9A 1FEL
our water resources, to maintain necessary water levels in natural and
artificial reservoirs, to prevent erosion contamination anid pollution of 2 U FR S
water sources."
The Governor called for repeal of
the statute authorizing coin operated
amusement devices, which, he said,
"in effect, are thinly-disguised slot
machines."
He reminded that the Constitution
requires reapportionment of the -.
House and Senate this year, and recommended "a careful study of this :
problem to the end that the letter and
spirit of the organic law be observed."
Proposing a streamlining of local W
government, he asked the Legislature
to "weigh carefully the current need
of the several State, county and local
government agencies ,including justice of peace and school districts, and HERE IS the largest experimental bomber in the world-the Army's engines. requiring construction of new, longer nacelles, was begun by "Seriously, Chuck, we may
take ste toab s uch aistrits, ave XB-19A-which has just been fitted with new, more powerful engines Fisher Body at Romulus Army Air Field near Detroit and completed at not get new cars until 2 or 3
take steps to abolish such as have -by the Fisher Body Division of General Motors. The plane's power, its Cleveland No. 2 plant. Bigger than a B-29 Superfortrcss, the sky
ceased to provide real and tangible range and load-carrying capacity have been stepped up considerably by mammoth has a wing spread of 212 feet and length of 150 feet, compared years after V-Day!"
service to the people." the installation of liquid-cooled Allison engines. Installation of the w'ilh the E-29 ving span of 141 feet and length of 98 feet.
Caldwell suggested that the budget ._._._--_----commission be given authority to re -trypob teF ia ae-
view all State appropriations-in- authority, probably the Florida State Imprvemet commission, which
stead of the 10 per cent oflJal fu--nds :nrovement Cmiso, wcha' "'
ite nofsupervserceanto asked estab could negotiate for acquisition of the lishment of a government division to properties for State and local use.
( The commission was authorized by
carry out the functions of a State the 1941 Legislature, but never h, purchasing agent, a budget director bee egized.
and auditor.
Looking forward to the time when He recommended that the commisthe Federal Government no longer sion be set i% now and be given mneed war-time establishments set up creased power -n it could cet to fadcilin Florida, the Governor proposed an itato post-war construction.


"It's had me worried. After
all, I need my car and have
to make it last! So here's
what I did .









PAS





NACELLES FOR MIGHTY B-29-More than 5,000 not only the engine, but all power plant auxiliary engine nacelles for the B-29 Superfo ss e equ ipment, including turbo-superchargers, electrical "I called my Gulf man. He
delivered to the Army by Fisher Body's Cleveland lines and controls for fuel, oil and carbueos'ne-avsdGlpie n
Aircraft Division since the program got underway. cooling systems, heaters and filters. Each nacelle advised Gulfpride* and Some are shown above ready for shipment to assembly weighs approximately one ton. It takes more man Gulf lex** treatments reguplants. The B-29 nacelle, composed of more than 3,000 hours to build a B-29 nacelle than to produce an larly. Said they'd give my parts, is described as the "heart" of the shin. It houses ordinary nursit ny.e v
car a darn swell chance of
recOr Brink- child's deformity corrected. The was a guest. holding out!"
father reported a few weeks ago that It was announced that on May 1 the baby's foot is quite normal now Mrs. Joseph L. Gray. State President (continued from page 1) and he regrets that he was not wil- will be a guest of the club at the an
vision of the county health officer. ling to have the operation perfor l nual covered dish luncheon. / af year ago.ounty-~~---. year. ago
During 1944 some 750 children anidayergo. aDuring 1944tsomee 750 che. a The meeting was opened with Fred Mahan Isa few adults were so treated, group singing of "The Battle Hymn
Dr. Brink pointed out that this of the Republic" and the salute to the problem continues to be outstanding flag. Mrs. Frank Sattler rendered P m'0nno. From P e One)
due to the inadequate sanitation ex- solo, "DIreaming, in a delightful gra Maurice H. Tripp ser1 d 's stn epcily nth urlpa'smanner. She accompanied herself, tosmseradsvea fth ea
isting especially in the rural parts or's closest friends proposed to:
of the county. It wiii be reduced in Following the program, Mis. T. S. in his honor. Senator Clarke respond Braswell, president, conducted tho ed with a shoit, humoous talk.
M i n erai'Pl gm e n ts, proportion to the elimination of soil business meeting. Reports were giv- Guests included Senator Clarke, G
pollution. Progress is being made en by officers and committee chair- C. Allmon, J. G. Anderson, George Extenders and Fillers through a vigorous sanitation pro- men. The Club voted to co-operate Arrants, Edd Abbott, Edd Abbott, JrM a
gram enabling property owners to in the 7th War Bond Campaign, the Jim Bobbitt, N. Black, J. B. Brinson M
acquire sanitary units at moderate manner of participation to be deter- K. Bowden, T. L. Clarke, J. D. Crabi know that you're getting the Florida, where nature has been so cost and installed under skilled super- mined by the War Service Committee, of Lake City, Jim Cooksey, A. S. world's finest lubrication generous,dis mrich indeposits of vison.Brik awas also voted to grant to the Grant, Buck Hancock of Madison, and that your car's getting
geeouisrchi dpsisof vs:1.Monticello Gairden Clubf spsoe in the Terry Kidder, Malcolm Morris, L. G. th betpsilcanet
ocn he prducion oflains. eea Dr. Brink also outlined the control library for reference books and per- Morhs John Moorebl ofnc LaeCiyo
in ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~oia sh ondcto garde. ee "Mri, onMor fLkeCtC
too, are large quantities of high of the so-called children's diseases iodicals on gardening. The question R. Rankin, Richard H. Simpson, J last"
calcium limestone, silica sand and through isolation as in the case of of serin reriat M mDay eo Summitt, Charles Sim Boas.
valubleas xteder chckepoxandimmniztio asii~was referred to the Finance Commit- George Stocking, J: L. Taylor, J. B. diatomite, valuable as extenders chickenpox aH.d immunization as in r M g y A g g
and fillers. These deposits are the case of diphtheria. He called Mrs. Ophelia Wells, recently ap- Taylr, M. ilTrippS ArthurWatsonRID E
usualy loseto loria'soche Wn J. Wvilliams, Smith Wright and
limonitic clays, sometimes being upon all parents to co-operate with pointed Home Demonstration Agent. David Winans. FOR YOUR MOTOR
available in the same pit. the Health Unit in these matters asin
tnaysi ih s ochers anda protection to their children and ca liters Uprtets
.that Florida'~s ochers and limo- othei people's children.MEca nitic clays are entirely suitable for During 1944 about 10,000 treat- against carbon and sludge!
t ments were given for the venereal
the production of paints. i diseases in contrast to about 15,000 in:
that these deposits are easy to 1943. This points to the fact that mme. treatment and control measures have W N U
.that processing in many in- been effective in reducing the num- Welcome to- FOR YOUR CHASSIS
stances involves nothing more than her of such cases in the county. Dr. washing, screening out coarse par- Brink described the service being of- I Knocks out friction at up
tiles and drying. Hammer mills feared by the Rapid Treatment Center P IE V1EWTV SAN I CH H OP to 39 vital chassis points!
aid jaw crushers handle the rest. at Ocala where patients are given in- Protection plus!
tensive treatment over a period of
ten days at no cost to either the pa.that a ready domestic market tient or the county. Pointing up the
exists for such paints as would be positive results of this program, Dr produced. Brink told of a patient who had had1 Chicken Salad Bar-B-Q
severall miscrigsOe Prodf
that conditions of labor, frans- year. micarriages over a period of portation and future prospe.3 are years. Following the discovery of a 0
rienereal disease, the patient was giv- Haniburgeis Cheesebergers
en a complete course of treatment
FLORIDA'S INDUSTRIAL EMPIRE OFFERS A which was taken under protest. RePLACE FOR MANUFACTURING OF PAINT. cently this patient gave birth to a For luther information, write the Industrial healthy baby, a fact she wanted kept Side Order of Potato Salad
Development Department, Florida Power from the knowledge of the Health
Unit since it would mean her admitting she had been wrong!
FLORIDA PO GWT COMPAW Dr. Brink also told of the way in
which the Health Unit co-operates I i-wVy 90-1 Mile Eas4 of Monticello
Our investigations indicate that wihteCpldCidrns om
mission. One small child has beenAUREY WILIAMS, Mgr. the profit possibilities in the given operative care during he pastA
manufacture of paint in Florida few months. This was accomplished
merits your careful opd. im- after many months of effort on the __lllu
mediate investigation. ii part of the physician and nurse of the
Health Unit in persuading the parents of the wisdom of having the








FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1945 THE MONTICELLO NEWS SEVEN



SocialApcilvitte
TEL Class of Baptist at 8:30 p. M. Bond of Lloyd is enrolling clerk and






CrlNo3attehmofMr. and Mrs.Cld W. tino ofmnisbl cek
ChuchMrs. L. L. Pope, Friday, April 13, at In contrast with former years when
Tallahasizdse 8:30 P. mthe visitors galleries were crowded,






MissS Clb MstsMerFidyLurleNoi3atth hooofkr.anoMs.W.R.Domakisbllclrk
The TEL. Class of the First Bap- The invitation is city wide and there were few spectators at the
AtFin y e er l tist Church met Friday afternoon at Ieveryone is urged to attend, opening session.
ttheh home of Jimmie Henderson. Chief Justice Roy H. aman of Mrs. E. V. Milton, Sr., gave the BINGO PARTY FOR GUESTS lthe supreme court swore in the 17
Mrs. J. J. Willie of Lloyd was a CPO J. A. Bradshaw, U. S. Navy, Members of the Monticello Dad's devotionl, taking as her subject, neg sno whil Jt Elwrn
visitor in Monticello Tuesday. is spending nine day furlough with Club, all of whom are fathers of ser- 'Seven Reasons Why our Prayers Mr.FrdAhMhnomas administered the oath to 95
relatives in Wacissa and Monticello. vice men, motored over to Thomas- are ofwith a bingo party Saturday evening mm Mr. and Mrs. Clyde W. Atkinson of feared by Mrs. John Cook, honoring her house guest, Mrs. Ed newcomers.










daughteofHolywodMaliornaand Thememersterohoore wihd
Tallahassee were visitors in Monti- Mrsa Er Adams leftoMonldayfor boys at Finney General Hospital. loydrl r t of the clas ac- M d t repi given ond Mrs. M
cello Wednesday. reHollywod whe she will visit her The men spent the afternoon in the tintees wred given by Mrs. Chary.e
duheMss usetta Adams. recreation room at the hospital, and Moore. Plans were made for the The living room where the games lard Caldwell Wednesday evening at

Miss Mary Lucile Cook of Jackson- -assisted in serving refreshments of gifts to be presented to the elderly 11were played, was decorated with am- 'the executive mansion.
rspunch and cookies. The men enjoed people, who are sponsored by the aryllis azaleas and roses. AttractivesprizesBwere wardedswinnerska
sonville was wen guest s. Paul her of hssee conversation and games with eanyrless, on Mothers Day.
mother Mi's JohnCooksen aste ere widther saivster of the soldiers. C. W. Harris receiv- Athclsofhebinsmet- bingo.
Dr. D. Rainy and on, Batow, ~ed a few quick lessons in checker in deiiuiersmnswr ev Delicious refreshments were served
hrl s t Rtey and hsands of one oeiiMis Heesnrhyender ssis
of Tallahassee spent Sunday here Mrvs. D. H. Mays, Sr., left Tuesday playing attehnsfoeohe__yMssBsiedesnsis aei teeeig
wtreaiefor Madison where she will visit her eos.Id by Miss Ivie Connell and Mrs. J.1 $1,000 Reward given free in Bible
_______ ~~~~Making the trip were .Tim Cooksey, D. Martin. JOAN MieCLUNG HASPO uzCnet h usin r












Mrs.-in-laweandtdaughterhMr.aand
Mrs. E,. B. Bailey, Sr., is visiting Mrs. Colin Kelly. Charles McClellan, WV. C. Clark, W. IThere were eight members and PARTY ON 12TH BIRTHDAY, simple and the answers are easy.
H. Wood, W. N. Whittle, C. W. Hr- eEveryone who makes 90 r more in Thoiriasville, Ga., as the guest of ris, Dr. F. J. Conklin, B. M. Yates, _____Mrs. John Finney entertained with wins. Send no money, address:
her -randdaughtel~, Mrs. Willi Mrs. Margaret House of Tallahas J. T. McClellan, L. M. Jarvis, R. Ht. !a prom Friday evening, celebrating' BIBLE QUIZ, Box 71, Intercession
Alexander. see spent last week end here with her DeVane and W. M. Scruggs. 1Baptist Church Circles the 12th brthday of her daughter, CiyFlrdfofulnomao.
parents, Mr. and Mrs R. J. Taylor F -Joan McClung. Apr 6-13-20p
Mrs. Henry Edwards and herl and young daughter, Jackie. Circle No. 1 met with Mrs. L. V. Sweet peas were used for dlecorat- I--daughter, Mrs. Henry Fasthoff and M-~1 d~T J-. Letchworth With 11 members and 1 ing the living room and a color, WANTED-Small to medium iron
Mrs. Walter Edwards, all of Lloyd, IMrs. J_ S. Turney and son, Billy, Met dits L To Hetar visitor I scheme of pink and green was carried Jsafe. Address M. 1, care MonticelofrJacksonvillesormercresidentseo
were visitors here Wednesday. onticellet teEer oidys Le Circle No. 2 met with Mrs Charlie out. 1o News. 4-20p
toi1erAfter an evening of proms, the
Misset t e aLuo1 FOR SALE-One large home keroMrs. a C. Cone returned this week here as of Mrs. William Bailey.
t EhCircle No. 3 met with Mrs C fo r from Meigs, Ga., where she visited Fred Mickler, district lay spehr'er Rankin with 9 members and 1 visitor, to about twenty guests.












wintere home, Welunc Plantation. her daughter, Mrs. C. G. Langly fo 'Mrs. Frank Carney and son Ed, of the Tahllaee district of the Circle No. 4 met with Miss Ivie d
two weeks. have taken an apartment in the home Methodist Church will speak i the Connell with 11 members.
of Miss Sally Puleston on East Wash- local Methodist Church, Sunday, WRITEo etwt Ms .IWa ka forks 1945 Hapices onBabye
Miss Mary Budd Holmes of Jack- ington street. April 8th, at the morniing service. CiceN.R5mtwtors .Chcks, New Hapshies Bakorord














en herea with their parents Mr.is and] M ~ ela s c nfnd t i
sonville spent the week end here With,____ Mr. Mickler is a most interesting onthm and Mith.1 Goerdo Les, alM-elni ofndt i der now for baby turkeys, bloodHerupaes, Miss Audey Godwin, who has been ly preacher as well as a consecrated jnth tested, broadbreasted Bronze direct
a patient in Archbold Memorial H4os- Christian man, who gives much of his All circles will meet at the church iA fine rain f ell Monday noon, frmTers. Hatchery Livekl.t Mr. anBenet ndHub hak-pital is now recuperating at the home time and talent to his church. You at4oclc et oe Aii t1gres n r Teas.hry Hatce weekl.
nDOf r mother in Thomasville, Ga. will enjoy hring him, with Mrs. Ola Hughes in charge of
leford of Albany, Ga., were recent crps jup.__oalsorgfrcuema _Wl
guests ofM.and Mrs, D. A. Finlay- i Mv A. Candy had as guests -J. L. HUNTER, Pastor, the program. I~ Ou bloal storage fosuremeat wnApill
son. Williams at Riverside Miit rI y be c s for the s
Sunday hr son and daughter-in-law, The ine meng Ci rc Eie in thWueen 15, 1945. Meat left after that date
Mr. and Mrs. Doris Gandy and son, will be at owners risk. City Ice &
Friends of Miss Rebecca Bearden night at 8:30 o'clock in the interest b d girls were received into Fuel Co., Monticello, Fla. 4-13c
gr an h o e Anthony Pierce, and Mrs. F B. Mat- In Lovg Memory of Our Son, of the coming revival. Everybody is
to hier bed, having been injured in a tosofTlhse.Lt. Olin Dillworth Cooksey, cordially invited, christened.- NOTICE OF LOCAL LEGISLATION
fall recently at her home in East End. [a. S. M. C.
at Mrr Selle or Women, wMrs. Clarke Is Honored Mrs. Lloyd Taylor, formerly Miss Notice is hereby given that a local
Miss Linda Moore, a student at: spt EriaSte witheg her arent Mr. gave his Party on-pi 94 Jane Groom, underwent an appen- bill will be introduced in the Florida
Foxcroft School, Middleburg, Va., and Mrs. Joe M. Carr in their home le Wanted To Fly and Miss Tilda D Kaufmann spent at Welof Plantation. pital, Thomasville, Tuesday. Friends Jefferson county.
the Easter holidays with the former's In compliment to Mrs. T. L. Clarke, are glad to know she is recovering No. 39 Mar 30 Apr 6-13-20















Braswell~l andte Mis FrncsBrswl
mother, Mrs. Benjamin Moore at her Mr. and Mrs. A. Cooper an- ng, wt to fly- Sr., a surprise birthday party waswiit
winter home, Welaunee Plantation.hone the birth of a son, John nti given Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. tice
-- nounceUp--nntil man's eye To .CakJ. nhrholmon Waukearebrso h a' Live Stock Auction Sale
Semn GenCoke fteThomas, on Saturday, March 31st, Could not follow him through. Waukeenab street.JClu in Mor entillo joubrnee ith the'
Naal Ai Gln Milonko and tfe in Archbold Memorial Hospital, Lacy clouds that seemed i Thenlivingroom. wsdcrtdClub tnonFinell Geunel Hosital in BrnhYueH g
NavalAirBase at MiltonandP Thomasville, Ga. To beckon him on. I ohre liles r and
Kenneth Cooksey, of the Army Air ;Thomville Sunday afternoon and daug sp P a sick sad thenh other spring flowers. After the guests entertained boys in the communityAdams.
Bashe ith nmaeity pent the week Mhrs.ophilpDi and s.,onsobl, Georg, He was gone. were invited into the dining room center there. MONTICELLO STOCK YARD
endhee wthther arnts M. ad rstophser anhJere oft Moie, Ala.e,



























Mrs. James R. Cooksey. are visiting Mrs. Davis' parents, Mr. little Emmala Hughes sang "Happy Auction every Monday, and get
and Mrs. J. G. Gamble in their home He wanted to fy, Birthday." Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McClellan of highest market prices. Sale
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Williams andMSunnyside Farms. It means more than life, A delightful birthday cake, the gift Tampa are visiting relatives here. starts 2 p. in. Monticello Stock
daughter, Patsy, spent Easter week!h And, if he had to die of Mrs. Joe Pate and Mrs. John An- Mr McClellan, who is serving on a Yards. J. N. Hawkins, Mgr.
end in Gainesville, Ga., visiting Cadet Mrs. James R. Cookesey, Mrs. John And leave this storm and strife, derson, and punch was served from, a hospital ship, has had a great many______________Bill Williams at Riverside Military Anderson, Mrs. C. W. Harris, Mrs. e went the way he chosee- beautifully appointed table, at which interesting experiences in his travels.
Academy. C. A. Bishop, Mrs. Frank W. Carroll Proudly, hr,inblx'--what merae? Mrs. Pate and Mrs. DeWitt Kuder Ile has been to every battlefield in N TC
ar sTo join the heros, thre presided. action on the European front. He
M s. J S Tu r ey ande vs o B ilya e 1o e he o~ .A o t t e ty t n s e p r e p s g o u
























J. D. Crabb sad John Moore of LakeThoasville, Ga, Tuesday. i yed the'Was crossed the ocean five times and r
City and W. E. Hancock of Madison afternoon with the honoree, has seen Mt. Vesuvius in action.
were guests at the dinner given by 'Miss Sylvia Whitehouse, a student Yes, he wanted to fly, S--- ofic grondsan
Fred A. Mhaun in hionor of the birth- 'at Foxer oft School, Middleburg, Vir- To plumb the unknown sea, COTTAGE PRAYER mEIipNGS 14 Le iltr-ofc gou d an
day of Senator S. M. Clarke, Friday ginia, spent the E aster holiday s with To make the Heavens safe evening. ,her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon For earthline-y-you. and me. The Woy.ns Missionary Society of o ou p gru d
Whitehouse inl their home, El Destino Now, he sails the sky above us, the First Baptist Church is holding I (continued fromr page 1) ng t m s
Mr and Mrs. Jos C. Braswell Of Plantation. Also a guest at the plan- To his Lord he clings, prayer meetings at the following Lake Wales is head stenographer. at be
Alachua, Mr. and Mrs. Monte J. tation was Fred Rockefeller of Nme God has taken the engine places and dates. In the house, Mrs. Lamar Bledsoe
Hidden and daughter, Henrietta, of York And left him only the wis. Business Womens Circle at the is serving as chief clerk with stopped.
Mulberry, were guests of Mrs. J. C.: _____ church, Friday, April 6, 8:30 P. M. Amla Tapers as assistant. Rev. Fred
Brsel ndMssFane BawelGWN SIH' ASEIHN His Family. Circle No. 2 at the home of Mr. B. Walker of the Church of Christ, MNIE ONUSR C.
several days this week. ALSO CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY and Mrs. L. M. Stevens, Tuesday, Tallahassee, is chaplain. Miss Annie F. A. MAH-AN, Owner

Aubrey Smith left Monday for Fort Gwynn Smith, daughter of Mr. and
McPherson, Ga., for pinldulction Mrs. Jim Smith, gave an Easter egg
physical examination, under orders hunt at her home, Juinerun Planfrom the Quitman, Ga., selective ser- tation, Sunday afternoon. Easter
vice board, with which he registered was the hostess' 12th birthday.

hunt outdoors and later refreshments (MAKE WITH THE MUSIC)
Mrs. Frank h. Crowe and her four of lemonade and birthday ank. Mrs
children, who have occupied the Wi J. M. Thompson assisted Mrs. Smith
street for several months, are. ieav~g Mr. and Mrs. J H. Smith of Lament,this week for Tallahassee where theyws also attended.
will make their home. IThe guests at the hunt were Aim
Stokely, Jackie Pridgen, Ethel WueriMiss Wilhuelmina Anderson and beti fei Johnnie Foster, Harriet Mayroommate, Miss Lilla Crosby Of nard, Mary Katherine Blair, Fay
Palatka, both students at Florida Pearl Smith, Norma Smith, Wilma
State College for Women were week Reichert, Mary Helen Arrants, Del
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Chick, Ben Earl Jessup, James FolAnderson in their home near Monti- som, James McClellan, George
cello. Wright, Mike Wright, Sandra Smith
and Jimmie Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Patterson had
as Easter week end guests, Mrs. F.T DRAWDY-McCLELLAN
H. Hamlton and her sister in law,
Miss Gladys Hampton of Atlanta, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McClellan anMiss Julia Patterson and Miss Mary nounce the marriage of their daughLou Sappington and Miss Carolyn ter, Marjory, to Thomas Waring
arson of Tallahassee. Drawdy, M.M. 3/c, United States
AndesonCoast Guard, of Madison.

Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Kuder had The marriage took place January
as week end guests their daughters, 14, 1945, at 6 o'clock P .
Miss Sarah Kuder of Jacksonville and Baptist Parsonage in Live Oak, with
Mrs. David Linebaugh, Mr. Linebaugh the Rev. N. Smiley officiating.
and baby daughter, Sallie India, Of Mr. Drawdy, the son of Mr. and
Tampa. The baby was baptized at Mrs. H-. R. Drawdy, Sr., has been h
the morning service in the Methodist serving with the Coast Guard on overChurch Easter. seas duty for the past two years.
Mrs. DriAwdy, a student nurse at
Mrs. M. H. Wilson is visiting in South Highland Infirmary, BirmingPesaol a te uet f erdag- hamn, Alabama, is spending her vaca-o0 ter, Miss Martha Wilson. She was tion in Monticello with her parents,
accompanied there by her dauoters, and in Madison with Mr. Drawdy' Singing, dancing and the soft strumming of guitars-all help to keep life
Miss Bertha Wilson and Mrs. Tomi parents. In the middle of April she

Wakulla Springs before returning to fr the remainder of her vacation,
Monticello. and will return to Birminghuam where isle of Cuba is a mighty cosmopolitan corner of the globe-a spot where the.she ill graduate from nurse's train- familiar American greeting Have a Coke is just as happily understood as their
Lt. and Mrs. John Anderson arriv- ing in February.
ed Saturday from Blytheville, Ark., town native Salad From Hanover to Havana, thepase that refreshes with friendly and are visiting their parents, Mr. W. S. C. S. TO MEET Coca-Cola stands for Happy days, broter-has become a symbol of the goodand Mrs. J. W. Pate and Mrs. John G.__I__s
Anderson. Lt. Anderson will leave The Womans Society of Christian neighbor spirit around the world. Yuntrlyha oaCl
today for Bryan, Texas, where he Service meets Mody pi t. tBOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY Of THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY calleb ts freandle aleitipon
will be stationed for a six weeks' the church, Circle No. 4 in charge of "oe ohms h ult rd
period of special train. At the the program. Each member is urged MONTICELLO COCA-COLA BOTTLING COilPANY t of The CocaCola Company.
close of his training he hasC been as- to attend the crusade prayer service
signed to Turner Field, Albany, Ga. at 3:45 same date. i 1945 Tho CrC Ces t






The Monticello News, Monticello. Fla. Friday, April 6, 1945


Lizard Has the Record SEWING CIRCLE PATTERNS
For Speedy Acceleration

Acceleration from a standing
start is highly developed in some
wild animals. The cheetah, for instance, can reach 45 miles per
hour in two seconds, while a leopard can cover 15 yards in the first
second. An athlete can only touch
16 miles per hour in the first two 0 NLY a few years. ago, almost the
seconds.eniecutysatdplng4 The record for the speediest ac- for the Brooklyn Dodgers. The
celerationDodgers were the people's choice, or ,surast go to the lizard. Next timerce. But this season as a lone upo surprise a lizard ext time bystander or spectator, I'm pulling
your hands loudly just above it. mean Connie Mack.
It will move so fast that as far
as your eyes are concerned it With the respect In which Connie
.wil jut hae vnised. ou illMack Is held in this country, with will just have vanished. You will
zarely be able to follow its flight. all the publicity he
_____________________________has drawn, I still du .doubt that the Unit-.
PROTECTS CHAFED SKIN ed States quite appreciates what ConMOROLINEe Mack has meant MOROLINt ethe integrity, to WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY
all-out sportsmansiofbaseball;
virtues which should
SNAPPY FACTS belong to all games.
I don't believe the
ABOUT
ABUTmajority of the peo- Connie Mack
[N RUBBER

rubberpieannowoorrunderstand the great job Connie has
done through more than 60 years in
promoting these ideals, which are ar above the nine pennants and the
many World Series his teams have
One government synthetic y
remanagers and many smart owners. Dress and Hat for Tot




and trck can beooerated there-14
he dih But no one else who could match N ADORABLE warm weather
months produced In synthetic Morale ttlcder Juic Colorful Pie what Connie Mack has contributed ensemble for a sweet young
rubber the equivalent to the
rubber yield of approximate (See Recipes Below) to baseball and to sport in general, miss. She'll be sure to like the
Ily 14 mtillion rubber trees _______________ as player, manager and owner-or swinging skirt and the bodice lacduring the same period. Dessert Appeal one who could say with Victor Hugo: ing on the dress. The little hat is
Fourlumbercompaniessubscribed Lynn Chambers' "The snows of winter may be onl 8736. easy to make-it opens out flat to
to the cost of building a 50-mile There are some foods that just Point-Saving Menus. 3yha,4u-h3snhn2o tr ludr
private road for hauling logs from naturally make for a good, homey Bae1ru ihToaoStc a spring is in my heart." . .
en Oregon forest. The road Is en- feeling There' pieh forat one. Tha Yar Pattern No. 8766 is designed for sizes 2.
relyy on private ground and[ free famielik Toere te fr oe.rto SeenMiut CabgaorvA0 4, 5 and 6 years. Size 3 dress requires
from all state and local regulations, faiy liestsethpraaio Mashed Potatoes 1, ad f3 r3-nhmtra;pn
en tucs anb oerte ter- and then smell WlofSadComing up from the south, I firs Pretty House Frock ties, % yard; bonnet, including self lining.
en license-free, the good and fi- Toasted English Muffins metCniinheWrdSis O'lokpetyadvy % yard.
Shoes made with new non- nally, taste the Cherry-Rhubarb Pie 1905. That was the year when Iefficient in this smoothly fitting SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN DEPT.
working, synthetic rubber juicy sweetness $Reip iven. Christy Mathewson wrecked the house frock with scalloped front 530 south wells St. Chicago
soles are among the new of berries or fruit I' I Athetics with three successive shut- closing. Use gay floral prints, pink Enclose 25 cents In coins for each
Items In the rubber footwear nestling against a outs. Connie Mack was then well and white or blue and white pattern desired.
Said.tender, flaky sweetening is corn syrup, so little over 40 years old. He was supposed checked ginghams, or crisp polka Pattern No. .Size .
crust. sugar is required. To prevent crust to be past his prime, over four dec- dots. Trim with bright jumbo fie Name .
Fondness for pie goes back a long from becoming soggy, let the un- ades ago. But after that 1905 Series rac.* way and has not abated even during baked crust chill thoroughly in re- I found that Mr. Mack had no alibi * a Addess.
rationing and shortages of sugar frigerator before baking. of any sort to offer. .,He had only Pattern No. 8763 Is designed for sizes 36. L________________and fruit. It's a good dessert with Pecan Pie, praise for the great pitching of 38, 40, 42. 44. 46. 48. 50 and 52. Size 38re
/ /' which to top off the meal which has 4 cup butter or substitute Katty, who held his hard-hitting quires 4 yards of 35 or 39-inch material;
been light or a little shy of appetite V2 cup sugar team to 13 singles in 3 games. 3 yards ic rac, for trimming.FA T R L E
appeal. 1 cup light corn syrup "What a pitcher," Connie said then.FA T R L E
Then, too, there are cakes that fill 3 eggs "What a pitcher." He had nothing .Fronm Too Frequent Urination,
the need for sweetness and cater a 1 cup shelled pecans to say about the absence of his
W ebit to the appetite. Fortunately 1 teaspoon vanilla great pitcher, Rube Waddell,, who Backache, Run-Down Feeling
FGoodrich
there have been developed recipes Cream butter, add sugar, syrup had been injured before the series which are low in sugar and easy to and beaten eggs. Mix well, add pe- and couldn't even throw a ball. -due to irritation of the bladder
make, cans and vanilla and pour into an It may be the younger genera- caused by excess acidity in the urine
A good pie or cake, baked once a unbaked pie shell. Bake 45 min tion doesn't know so much about Mr. week, will give the family a sense utes in a moderate oven. Mack. ln rs lwrpt fo Famo~us doctor's discovery act* a.th











though arperson ma bewcured of comy-adhlp epyo rm etn
of well being and hominess that is A pie that is becoming increasing- Well, at the age of 82 or 83, or your cat, and set the pot where ne mnorh so important in these days of rush ly popular is this cottage cheese pie whatever it is (who bothers about the cat can help himself, as grass Are yo sufferingz unnecessary discom-. celingtredrundownhavpaii and activity. Select one of the fol- because it uses inexpensive ingredi- a n f t dro as











back andrs legsy) feeli wea an billous noesnilt i eat.uie rqet eiet asw
lowing recipes especially designed ents for both crust and filling. The tall, gray-haired fellow as straight -11_ Getting up often at night? These sympfor wartime eating: spicy, lemony flavor is delicious and as a south Georgia pine. The last To protect the ends of a large tono u may be caused by bladder irritti
*Cherry.Rhubarb Pie, the texture of the cheese filling i time I saw him was the 1944 World linoleum rug that has to be stored that famous doctor'. discovery DE.
1 package frozen red tart cherries light and fine-grained: Series in St. Louis-between the Car- for a time, place galvanized pails IILMER'S SWAMP ROOT.
Famous for man years, Swamp Root Is
or 1 cup canned Cheese Pie. dinals and Browns-when he looked on the ends. Tie the pails together a carefully blend combination of herbs,
afoer.roots, balsam and other natural i package dients. There's absoistely nothing hars canned or fresh 12 to 15 vanilla wafers, rolled fine that follows any World Series show. or habit-forming in this scientific prepare.
vcup juice e4 cup sugar We eton. Just goo ingredients that quickly
blod cllths kidneys to increase the flow of 1 cup sugar 3 tablespoons butter or substitute up the greatest bunch of left-hand- dishes have drainage holes at the urine and relieve bladder irritation and
3________________ tablespoons qikcongtapioca Filling: ers that ever worked for any ball bottom. This will permit your soap Yo'lI a ts mfrabldressin esfe ts.n
Combine all ingredients and place 1 cup cottage cheese, sieved club. Connie was always partial to to dry when not in use and the derfull
In an unbaked pie shell. Top with 1 tablespoon butter southpaws Rube Waddell, Herb soap will last longer. Send for fee, prepaid sample TODAY!
satyke thousands of others you'll be glad full crust, that you did. Send nayo and address to
crust. Bake at 400 degrees F. for V4 cup milk the greatest of them all), Eddie Always use a shoe horn when Department F Kilmer & Co. Inc. Box
125W, Statcor, Con. Offer limote.rSend
15 minutes, then reduce heat to mod- 2 eggs Plank (the Gettysburg Guide), and putting on your shoes. Ease the at once. All druggists sell Swamp Root.
erate (350 degrees) and bake 30 to bi cp sugar Lefty Grove-certainly one of the foot into your shoe and you won't
40 minutes. Meringue topping may ind of lemon break the back or strain the
co sIt was also Connie Mack who dug seams. They'll look well longer.
should be piled on after the pie has Vs teaspoon salt up one of the great infields of base- Put shoe trees into the shoes the
I F SO0 baked, then baked for 15 minutes Cinnamon ball-even if you have forgotten their minute you take them off. Wrinkles
WATCH OUT longer In a moderate oven. Press the cheese dry and put names--Stuffy Mclnnis, Eddie Cal- are ironed out then, while the p
Chiffon Pie, through a sieve. Add the melted lins, Jack Barry and Home-Run shoe is still moist and warm.
The medical profession knows that 114 cups sugar butter to it. Dissolve cornstarch in Frank Baker. Kindly name me
though a person may be cured of com- u lu ik etegadsgr o-getrifed r aigwr posoto
aon malaria they may have it come
back on them. So, if you are once morue Y2 teaspoon salt bine the mixtures, then add rind and old or used feather ticking. Use
feeling tired, run down, have pains in 11/4 cups boiling water juice, salt and dash of cinnamon. A Great Sportsman a shop apron as a pattern. Make
back and legs, feel weak and billions. no
appetite and nervous-though chills and 1 lemon To make crust mix crumbs, butter In these last 40 years I have never them with plain hems or trim with
fever haven't struck you yet, and you 1 orange -and sugar. Press on bottom and seen or met Connie Mack when he bias binding or ric rac braid.
It coon malariat doesn'tpay to
te,. any chances. Try a bottle of Oxi- gssdso pie plate orspring form, wantkndadcnsdrt o l hse aposneed nostarch,re
ponm ide is made tocombatmalaria, 1 unbaked pie shell keeping ura cup iture for the top. concerned ballplayers baseball quire little ironing and are ideal
gil oionl.I the firti ottled' Mix the flour and sugar together Bake the pie in a moderate oven writers and the public at'large. He for wear in the milk house,lan


















essd e. Goo fotinor sn cutso 0 iuts
brely you your money will be returned, in a saucepan. Stir in boiling water sunurn non5 to 40 min noidine has been used for over 0 years.
Get a bottle today at your drg stort. a cotl til V n c ut ou e sortsman And we can use a lotdif*
oalgreat sportsmen than we The Talk of the Table! 7:15 a. mCT); 8:15 a. m. (E
thickened. Add cup sugar have today. He has nothing to cover cfmAm
slightly beaten 3/ cup honey up-nothing to explain. For 60 years always use Nu-Maid margarine. You4'Favorite CBS Station
egg yokthe 3/ cup water he has stood four square against allNuMiisteTbeGae ar
juice and grated 2 cups sifted cake flour the winds that blow in sport, and
rinds of both lem- 4 teaspoons baking powder many of these are adverse winds. ganine . made espcially for use
flg Tr on and orange. / teaspoon salt There was never any "dead pan" on the able. Grand for cooking
Cook until thick, 1 cup chopped nuts and baking, too.-Adv.
then cool. Pour 4 egg whites
filling into the Cream butter, sugar, honey. Ado sense of humor. The tough breaks ** .~*eeeee ~ e~eeeoe~
crust and pile high with meringue alternately the sifted dry ingredients neve bothered him. ~E ~
used to say. "You get the good ones f4-1ecup granulated sugar and 1 tea- in stiffly beaten t and you get the bad ones. It all
spoon lemon juice. Bake In a slow egg whites last,
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Pecan pie adds a rich, hearty fin- inch layer kysin
I .~ ishing note to the meal. Part of Its a moderate oven Cobb as to whether he or Babe Ruth
S for 30 to 35 minutes. was the greatest ballplayer.
The nicest kind of Icing for this "Why pick on Ruth or me," Cobb
rat g cake combines the texture of said. "Why not turn to Co
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ys: creamed sugar and butter (or sub- Mack? Mr. Mack has done more for
S the statute) and the flavor of mocha, baseball and sportsmanship in genb gey n nou which may be left over cold coffee: eral than any two men that ever
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want a good icing for a cake, Mocha Icing. ived. He is the ablest man and the "The Grains Are Great Foods"
week wll cgie dte falo to el tablespoons butter or substitute squarest shooter I've ever knownof wll b ein and hoies thamet isKlog.CiFaesbigyunal l




























in broiler and run over the sides. 1 egg yolk and 60 working years couldn't the protective food elements of the whole
lowing2 cups powdered sugar him down." designed declared essential to huan nu
__Beat two egg whites until stiff 2 tablespoons left over coffee That's one of the reasons I'm pull- 0 FLA
WON'T MAKE IT WELL!I and fluffy and whip in I cup of 1% tablespoons cocoa Ing for Connie Mack and his Ath. 1111040110eseeee
Watch out for those cuts and Jelly, Colorful icing. 1 teaspoon vanilla letics through 1945. ________________________________bruises Even apparently minor Powdered sugar can't be beat Cream butter thoroughly, add
ones may lead to more serious force es
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conditions if neglected. Thequ-ong
wise way is to keep time-tested Sfito th caehruha ndadd alternately with coffee. This is a young country, and It
Dr. Porter's Antiseptic Oil on cut-out doily to get a pretty pat. Spread between layers and on top of should be the country of youth. They Ti akg otisacmiaino ieaspoue
band in the medicine chest ofm tern, cake. are the ones who should take charge placean baton winoral iduetiencd Frmularofad sugon-.x-. Beat egg whites stf n dd 'Cakes made with honey taste bet. -not the older men who rarelybjear ~Z\Ngredients nor man-made drugs. When you mix it with your
in aniunbakedaiieoadelu.geon wit
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csthseaeadtnst honey gradually to them. One-half ter if they are allowed to mellow for a shot fired in anger.Waedyafrdytnjimloswhhvetacd
promote natural healing proc. cup of honey for 1 egg white is several days before serving. Store,. What we need, is a sporting pro- the cause. of their uee es. GentybtsrlCazWte
,,ses. Good for minor cuts, the correct proportion. covered with waxed paper, under gram for these 10,000,000 or 12,000,- andtumnteod-s main. ca wae brings si
bruises, burns, sunburn, non- may
poisonous insect bites, chafing. For plain yellow cakes there's a cake cover, or in a large sized 000 war servicemen, which army benefits in faulty elimination, the cause and aggravating
Use only as directed. In 3 dii. little better than creaming 2 ta- cookie tin so that it does not dry and navy are now arranging, to take fato of-etimi packa dgetv of radaer cstasn
frnsieatyudrgtr. bespoons of butter with 6 table- out. upte hsca n mna sak excess acidity etc. q akg fCayW=Cytl
beusedponsthett your drug store y.
I ~ spoons of brown sugar and h When baking honey cakes, it is Tennis, golf, baseball and basket.
cup of chopped nuts. Spread on best to grease the pan, cover with ball will do more to "rehabilitate" warm cake and broil for 5 min- waxed paper which is greased be these battle-weary heroes than any. utes. fore pouring in the batter. thing i ose.n
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TEN THE MONTICELLO NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1945

served by J. D. Warner anid staff of
the station. Afterward, Mr. Warner
led a tour of the station farm and
showed fields of oats, lupine, kudzu
and clovers as well as pasture land.
Crimson clover aroused the greatTRO N IA N est interest of those attending. This
is a hard-seeded variety that will reseed year after year, and es
to be one of the finest things brouht
Soothing Sally STAFF Seen and Heard out in years for the farmers of this
Editor-in-Chief-Ava Ruth Sawyer ws One 30 acres of this clover
Dear Soothing Sally, Assistant Editor-Beverly Patterson Reminds You do shown that had been carrying
Soit dtr elWite ay Teacher-Johnny, how do you de- approximately 70 ewes and 50 lambsC N YOhU
am desperately in love with a Ann Clarke fine ignorance? since mid-January. The sheep were
certain boy who has just been dis- anJohnny.-It's when you don't know fat and the clover hardly showed it
charged from the army, namely, John something and someone finds it out had been grazed.
G. Walker. But alas, Betty Anne has tower
captured his heart before I even had 'Tyists-Bettilee Bird, Virginia Mc- Giveaway NV* *
a chance. Intosh. New Vatte
Worried Florence Circulation Mgrs. Robert Linton, Corporal.-That new recruit used
Betty Stokely tobI lek
Dear Worried Florence, Gossip Editor--Emmala Pate, WillieI Sergeant.-How do you know? (Con inued from first age)
Now lornce-ithallyourothr Ii Gu Boandy's field planting of Quincy 1, 2 and' DearN o rrieFl loc e-withevGus tl ed 1Cp.- e tme hee stn d ease Florilee seed oats. Mr. Smith gave
NowFloene-wth llyou oterLove-Lorn---Bettilee Bird he tries to put his rifle behind is eat. fiuesee orte Mnt ofit plantvoo
men and that sailor you are engaged Joke Editor-Eleanor Folsom.figures for the amounts of plant food to, you don't need John G. Give the Spanish and Latin Editor-,Evelyn Overheard removed from the soil from a 40 of
other girls a break- bushel crop, when the straw is also t 11 issues
Blair. One drop of ink to another drop of
Sponsor-Mrs. Baxter. ink.-"Papa's in the pen finishing out harvester. In terms of commercial
Dear Soothing Sally, Spno-r.Bxe.ik-Pp' ntepnfnsigotfertilizers his figures are the equivaa sentence." leto proiaey24 iso HE .V U N 1.tL U N W
I am desperately in love with a cer- SPRINGOn strawberry to another straw- nerte ofrsa 70 lareof2th seqrT
tain boy in Lloyd, S. R., but it seems bOer tr apa's i another jam." ntat of soda 70 Ts. ofN20%Esupe
another girl is trying to take my Spring is one of the four seasons e a a .phosphate and 70 1, of 50% mrOne wall to another wall-II'llphsatan70Vof5% ur
place and ined your advice badly- of the year. For the northern hemi- meet you at the corner.' ate of potash. After the discussion
plac and yneed your advicer eri ee o a cre. it was generally agreed that oat
What can I do? sphere the spring season commences The rug to the floor. "Don't move! must be rotated with cover cropsats
Heart-Broken Freshman Betty C. when the sun enters Aries ,or about I've got you covered." nrust be rota wihdcover croin
the 21st. of March and ends at the order to maintain yields and avoid
Dshalhveat-B ceno rate on tis time of the summer solstice,oraboTtsserious los of soil fertility.cai
Isal hvetococetrteonths onticello High ies From John Kelly's the tour carried
intricate problem, so read the next jthe 22nd. of June. In common language spring is usually regarded as Football Schedule 1945 on to the writer's farm where the
commencing with March and ending common variety of lupine could be
compared with the new sweet lupine,
Dear Soothing Sally, with May. So says the encyclopediai,X
D lkea otin y, whbut spring is more than this. Spring Sept. 28-Leon B at Monticello introduced this year by Simpson NurI like a certain by who goes to hal- e Oct. 5-Jasper at Jasper sery Co. Growth and seeding charlahassee school, Paul C., but I think, is t ies were clearly identical in
12-Madison atMniel acteristicsweecar
Nita W. has a little influence on him Sprouting of leaves, 1-PtPer tie eo varie t re group lwedT
1(9-Peryhoug ther isrr ah pape shortage. we rupsoe
because he never looks at me any! The bursting of buds,
I26-Cross City at Monticello considerable interest in theug thr weetprsh rag ,w
more. What can I do? The huimming of bees,.e- we
AmFor Wan ophoore, MilnThe bting of rgs. Nov. 2-Madison at Madison lupine as a possible forage and grain
AForlon Sophomore, Mildred W. And the beating of rugs. 9-rs iya rs iy co.Atog h rpde oknow haVe an increased allotment of.
Spring, call it what you may, can- 9-Cross City at Cross City Although the cro
Dear Forlorn Sophomore, not e eignor1d di dth a 16-Jasper at Monticello promising, conclusive evidence of its
It ees s houh!itnWoi hay hrino e as odr. No ter what 23-Quincy at Quincy palatability and nutrition will have X, papers each week and can take on a
ing the same trouble so I'll furnish your opinion, you do recognize spring. 29 Perry (3 P. M.) Monticello to await the results of tests at the the coin and you'll flip for him. You may feel all alive and rejuvenat- Experiment Stations. Estimates of grOUp of now subscribers.
I d and in keeping with Old Mother less om do a X XisX X. (E the growth of common lupine in the
Dear ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ oa Soohin Saly Eat' RXassne or yo fee di-(Erpeensaoftih tung orcha rd r an upwards of 30 tons
Dear oothig Saly, Eath'sR~imioance or yu fel dis X reresens dperofacise,,equivalent eqiv toe 1800 800 ss.of
I am desperately in love with Nel- gruntled, drowsy, irritable or even there is Mr. A. W. Ka-Chew whose nitrate of soda. Mr. Smith pointed son J. but it seems as though another lazier than usual, but you do have a only reaction to spring is that it is out that the addition of nitrogen was girl is taking my place. Please give reaction of some sor t toward( spring. a wheezy, sneezy, headachey, sniffl- not the on1y benefito aicoenewas me your advice as to what I should To Miss Lotta Funn it means hap- ing, snorting time. Mr. Ka-Chew since the vegetable matter had the a 9
do. pier, care-free, "vacationy" days; to makes a valianteffect of releasing potash and phos
A Heart-Broken Sophomore L. B. Mr. I. B. Indolent it stands for naps teous to a neighbor- "Gud bonin, phate-as well as minor elementsDeair Soothing Sally, under the trees, snoozes in the ham- Ho ware you dis (sniffle) find bon- previously tied up in the soil.
I'm head over heels in love with a mock, and taking it easier in general; in?" To Mrs. Inthaswim it means certain Sophomore girl (L. B.) but to little Johnny Gamin, 5th president more, merrier, gayer parties for the The group next proceeded to Henry doggonit, it seems like they never of the 3rd. division of the 'Mystery selected, you know, cream-of-the Thompson's farm to see a field of have any more parties in Lloyd, there- Flyers" it means-"There's gotta be crop, four-hundred group, and a new Florilee oats which was designated fore, I never get to go with her any aimportint meeting' rite away so's we striking, eye-filling spring wardrobe by Mr. Smith as the best he had seen more. What to do? can lick that East Side Gang." Mrs. to wear to said parties. Little old yeai in the Stat atFlorida.
A J. Higher N. J. U. Beatum believes it represents but Mr. Stroutem sniffs at the air and
yield at 50 bushels. The oats f ollowone thing---"Yill U. Beatum, where thinks, "Ah now is the time to start I Dear L. B. and N. J., al ere you are! that s od f l ed lupine, and Mr. Thompson said he
After these two letters, you two~lare you? Oh Will! y Y a spring gaen o i Ltsiseeded the field at the rate of 2.5
Wout will, Ithink the piano would look see, I think I'll plant more radishes oughtbetter over in that corner. No, I this year, little Joe likes them so bushels to the acre and top dressed
for ourelvs. btte ovr intha coner NoI tis earlitle oe lkesthe soit with 150 flbs. of sulphate of amfor yourselves. dont like it there. Move it and put much." nuonia. An ecln fie of lpn
monia. An excellent field of lupine
Dear Soothing Sally, the radio back. Look at that dust. So for the one thousandth nine- was also, seen at this farm.
Betty Ann and I have been having Did you ever? Oh, Will, just move all hundredth and thirty-eighth time, The tour wound up with a visit to quite a bit of confusion over John G. the furniture out in the yard. Oh, Spring has sprung!", and people are Tungston Plantation for a demonW. I want to keep John for myself, n h c eat the u still acting as if it were the first time. stration of contour planting of tung 2
but I also wan to keep Betty Ann's ay tey always! trees and cover crops as a soil confriendship. What can I do? If you love spring, Will, it makes one feel servation measure and a final brief Has greater quantity of rubber
have any advice for one so perplexed eso wrk-a-tive! Oh, Will, take down stop at the entomology lab where and heavier reinforcing Yar for
in your files, please let me know but the candelabra so you can dust it. Soil Conservation Arthur Phillips showed the group a longer life.
don't refer me to the auija board be-' What's the matter with you, get a
dont efr e o he uia oad e-move on and take that library table !--heavy growth and stand of volunteer 50-Ft. Hose .**.*5,*
cause that won't work. (Continued from page 1) yellow lupine.
Perplexed Polly out! WILL, move that table. Do I of the soil conservation service were The visiting agriculturists were: Hose Woshers, Do.10 Hose Nozl .9
have to yell? And take that exas- present. J. Lee Smith, agronomist and district
Dear Perplexed Polly perating, hepecked look off your face. A. P. Spencer, administrator of the agent; Kenneth McMullen, soil conYou'll have to develop a dual per- A body would think that I drove you soil conservation board, C. D. Kneth Taylor, soil consonaity abut. h, hatcana por dfene- sil onsrvaion oar, C D.Gunn, servationist; Phil Taylor, state chemsonality. about. Oh, what can a poor defense- state conservationist, soil conserva- ist; H. B. Franklin, agricultural spec________________ ~__- --~--~ -tion service and J. Lee Smith, agron- ialist of the Tallahassee Chamber of Makes the Job Easlirl
*:4.:.:::*1: e om ist, extension service, all of Gaines. Commerce; J. Francis Cooper ,editor ville, made short talks at the opening 1 of the extension service, Gainesville; PHONE 744-W ESTABLISHED 1930 of the conference. E. H. Finlayson, former local county Adjustable
Mr. Spencer stated the purpose of agent, and Woodrow Glenn, Madison A
esthe conference and gave a report on! county agent. Christie Hall Business Machines the district program. He particular a CULTIVATOR
203 E. PARK AVE. TALLAHASSEE. FLA. ly stressed the fact that though the
fundamental purpose of soil conser- Subscribe to *
vation was to save the soil, it must
New L. C. Smiths can be had be done in such a manner as to make The Monticello News prong is reliovable so both sides of
it pay. The farmer must be shown be cultivated at once.
VICTOR-ALLEN WALES ADDING MACHINES he said, that good conservation farm- __rowcan
W U ing not only preserves the soil for
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PHONE COLLECT OR WRITE-WILL PICK UP Mr. Gunn spoke on cooperation Transp g*FLE A
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-of all agricultural agencies in help
ggg* 4 .~ ing the farmer plan and carry out a Rootone proconservation program on his farm. h oeay erooy1,
Mr. Smith's talk was primarily on g row th .
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s o u t follo ig suc h crop s and ting for proper sow ing. Y ou can rely on
Make your own Bean Beetle Exterminator eo pariticar y the arge amounts duoces wit Burpee's !
nitrogen, phosphate and potash ds wilt
taken fromthe soil by oats grown and
O a o t f a a Tr Rw harvested for grain where all straw
are releasing our Formula to the public. Bean 'is taken from the field. He spoke Beetle Exterminator kills Bean Beetles, Cab- hihyooat pinearoation'e bt not
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bage Worms, all Flea Bugs on any and all nothing returned to the soil.
Garden Vegetation instantly. Also all insects J. M. Lee, E. D. Patterson and J.
.nD. Fuqua, supervisors respectively of
on Toacco Plants in Bed or Field, mludin g Yellow River, Holmes Creek and
Worms. Kills Chicken Mites and Lice, Ants Chipola River districts each reported
on the progress in their districts and
and Roaches. Also mnsects on Flowers and 'also told of some of their headaches
Shrubbery and is used for spraying Fruit This opened a general discussion FRMH
among the supervisors as to districtR EI
Trees and Cotton. Is easy to make. needs and plans. CP .
Ingredients can be bought in any drug stoic. It seemed to be the general opinion
Cthat one of the greatest needs is for
in Wet s thr Sp Get tis uand help wins th equipment that the average small
farmer cannot afford to buy; a solu
w ar by raising m ore food. tion.w ould.b e.for.t e rsdis ri to p urE
Club in with your neighbors aiid get this 3 formulas for $1.00 chase the equipment and rent it, to
Full instructions sent. Money refunded gather with services of a skilled oif not Satisfactory. orator, to cooperating farmers. Ac i
other need mentioned is for seed and
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P. O. BOX 261 GLASGOW, KENTUCKY I After the meeting an excellent
lunch featuring barbecued lamb was lsRANKIN & WILLIAMS, Owners MONTICELLO, FLORIDA