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The Monticello news

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The Monticello news
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Monticello news (Monticello, Fla.)
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v.60 no.39 April 20, 1945

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MONTICELLO 1" HE RED CLAY HILL
The Great Middle SECHEO MOTCELFNW
Gateway to Florida THE MONTICELLO NEWSA


THE NATIVE HOME OF THE PAPER SHELL PECAN JEFFERSON COUNTY FLORIDA'S IDEAL FARMING AND DAIRYING SECTION
VOL. 60, No. 38. ____-MONTICELLO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1945 FIVE CENTS A COPY


District Governor Legion Election At Local Nurseryman Fire Damages Residence Senator Clarke Named Ernie Pyle Killed

Is Guest of Local Meeting on April 23 Attends Conference Of W. B. Bishop Monday On Many Committees By Jap Machinegun Club on W wednesday the Otto Walker Post of the With W FA Officials re damaged the two story brick Jefferson county senator, Sn f On Pacific Island
Clu oAmerican Legionegin will ld tsanua W thholdO fiiasitssdecannual. isopoBishopar,,haCbenarke, harmnchairmanicIsan
election of officers at the meeting highway several miles west of Mon- the important senate committee on
District Governor Lloyd Gahr of which will begin at 8 o'clock, Mon- Stuart Simpson, of Simpson Nurs- ticello Monday night. The Tallahas- banking, building and loans, and; Ernie Pyle, America's beloved war Orlando was a guest of the Kiwanis day evening, April 23rd. The meet- ery company, made a trip to Wash- see file department sent two pieces President Walter W. Rose has also correspondent, is dead. Fire from a club on Wednesday. Called on by ing will be held at the Legion Home ington over the week-end to meet of equipment about 9:45 and the men appointed him to membership on nine Japanese machine-gun killed him inPresident Bullock, he spoke briefly, and every member is urged to attend. with officials of the War Food Ad- worked about two hours at the fire. other important committees. stantly, Tuesday, as he stood talking
commending the club for its enthu- ministration to discuss the product- It is said the fire started from a In addition to the committee of to a commanding officer on Je Shima,
siasmt and diligence and expressing ion and distribution of winter legumeo water tank heater in the basement which he is chairman, Senator Clarke a small island lying off Motobu penhis pleasure at being able to meet LOcal W aste Paper 'seeds for 1945. and spread to the basement ceiling who was recently chosen by his col- insula of Okinawa.
with the club. He was accompanied a i *oes m Mr. Simpson is chairman of a and partitions. leagues as president of the 1947 sen- The diminutive Pyle, who called
to Monticello by Prof. Elton Jones, 1 Oilection Goes To national committee on seed distribu- ---- ate, is a member of the committees Albuquerque, New Mexico, home, was
principal of Leon High School and tion, a committee from the seed in- on rules, finance and taxation, insur- another great American who belong
former member of this club. ,Make Shell Cases dutstry which is working in close oon Grand Ole Opry's an r orin c,etaucatior, judi- ed to the nation at large Pyle was
Mr. L. E. Brannon, secretary of the operation with government agencies ciary "c', welfare, temperance and a roving reporter before war broke
Social~~ ciaryit "crd ,alhase welar temernc andim aoo rovingio report befor warw broket
Social Security Board, Tallahassee Alln the wartime food production pro- carOw o pensions and claims, out, and travelled the length and
was guest speaker. Hea discussed the board and corrugated boxes are need- Msl icl 1s Senator and Mrs. Clarke are mak- breadth of the continent writing of
Social Security Act and explained ebytentotomkcnairsTl NIVMakting the trip by plane from Ivl- onticello ing tht eihoeatheCrkeHtl small every-day occurrences he saw
interestingly its functions in provid- ed by the nation to make containers lahassee, Mr. Simpson was in Wash- ing their home at the Cherokee Hotelr a
for ammunition supplies to be sent isin Tallahassee during the seso. along his route,
ing financial assistance to the needy to our troops at the front. The need ington for the meeting Monday which Jamup and Honey, radio's fun- However the Senator expects to After war was declared he became
who are over 65 years of age, to the is still urgent, and the negro Boy was attended by approximately fifty niest blackface comedians and their spend week ends in Monticello unless too restless to stay at home. He blind and to dependent children a Scouts of Monticello will collect this officials from the WFA. Mr Simpson WSM Grand Ole Opry tent show, legislative business is pressing. wanted to follow the colors to the well as administering Old Age and SotofMniel iicletthssaid that special interest was shown It Curlyt Fox and Texas Rubyca andoldierpape net Mnday Apil 3rd.wit Culy Fx ad Txas ubyandfront, and see the American soldier
Survivors Insurance. The latter, he paper next Monday, April 23rd. in the lupine crops, and in the sweet their Foxhunters and Uncle Dave in action and write of his every-day
explained, operates very much like Ever is bud o the ste blue lupine being developed by his Macon, grand old man of the Opry, 4-11 Clubs Formed life and dangers. So he became a
any other insurance in that it pro- sidewalk so it can bo picked up qui company. Indicating the importance are coming to Monticello on Tues- war correspondent. He went to Engvides subsistence for participants ly. attpuhed to the use of lupine, officials day, May 1 for one performance at At County Schools land when it was being bombed, and
whose earning power has waned. of thre War Food Administration ex- Cicus Lot at 8 p. mn. C u t 'S h oshe visited nearly every part of the
Two out of three persons are needy The scouts have a regular outlet pressed the hope that 100 million Cis mLeo f ate8famm. hevisitednearlylveryopatyofoth
for the paper that sends it at once to pThis mobile unit of the famed Mrs. Ophelia Wells, county homeEuropean fighting front.
for the pape tha sendsned itaInet pounds of blue lupine will ble planted folk music radio show which Origi- demonstration Agent, is engaged in He slge.hog h u n
The speaker was presented by Tom the manufacturer of containers for in the South this year. He slogged through the mud and
Gadsdn rwt l tes in Nashville has the sanction organizing 4-H clubs among school rain with the foot-soldier; he rode
Gadsden, program chairman, ammunition. Monticello paper goes to, Mr. Simpson reundb ple
Rev. R. W. Dickert of Daytona Tallahassee with the paper collected from Washington Tuesday. of the Office of Defense Transpor- girls in the county. This week two In jeeps; he rode in bombers. He I by scouts in the capital city and is station and is one of the finest shows clubs have been formed. wrote of te life of the every-day solRec a ecm us.Iof its kind on the road Iderthe privates in the ranks, and
President Bullock announced alshipped out at once FoodMntclogil houhtet
If Jefferson county folks save an F00d Demonstration 1 Jamroup and Honey themselves eigTh Moielaove g er hroug theni old of their hardships and of their
concert by the School Band at the (Bunny Biggs and Honey Wid) eihhgaehv en ognzd heroism. More than any other one
courthouse on Sunday afternoon at average of 10 pounds of old paper G Bethel C been WHods t a 4-H club with a membershipman he madethAm ic ubl
4:0 h an sdr~tdb sand boxes a month, it will make haveel beeni~ cutting capers on theI IthAmrcnpbi
Mildre Dier whod has eveloed40d0 suit ofs armor forhe 105b Grind Ole Opry for fourenyas of 32. In Aucilla 32 girls have enrol- realize the depth of the heroism of
mm,106 sut oarmorm Tflo SOR mm ashosw, tein s led in the club, which will include all e ys ate on, e thr h
Mide Dcetwh a'evlpdshells. The 105's are the big ones By Mvrs. Th~ompson In, this season's shw hysn e-through the twelfth grades, teys tthe flks back h rould hs
a splendid musical organization, that have been helping American eral of their old hit songs such as -eyes the folks back home could see
"What Are Little Boys and Girls Mrs. Wells has met with the girls, their courage and know what they
forces in their advance toward Berlin Members of the Bethel Home Made of ?" and "The Used Car explaining the purpose of the clubs, eidued.
thehtr i method ofd orgniztio anoln rident Tuansido.hm
u ad takes about three pounds of Demonstration club met at the school Blues", plus several new songs. the method of organization and clas President Truman said of him:
In Madison Mteetmg t ae a o for tlyeir regular meeting If the burnt cork comics also for continuing the activities through "Pyle saw more war than many solAmmunition container board is made month, Thursday April 12th, with spent several weeks last winter per- the Summer months. The two clubs diners, and he hated it. Twice in
Mr. J. B. Brinson, Jr., president from mixed paper and old corrugated ia large attendance. fecting new humor routines which already formed will elect officers at Europe he narrowly escaped the
Mrs Jh BWomansAxiJr. pre t fromxe d pThe meeting was called to order are sending spectators into stitches the next meeting. In Monticello a death that overtook him on le Shima.
of the Womaens Auxiliary of the boxes. os by the presiV'de llrr. Pa'n Word. of laughter during the current sea- separate club will be formed of girls He will live in the hearts of all serFirst Presbyterian Church, Mrs. R. In case of rain on the date set, the After the opening song and prayer, son. from the 9th through the 12th grades. vicemen who revered him as a comC. Home delegated a n eber next clear day, the roll was called and minutes of Curly Fox and Texas Ruby and trade and spokesman. More than

meeting held in Madison Tuesday n athe last meeting, w r ra by the their Foxhunters, a fine string band, Legion Asks Churches anyone else, he helped America to
adws R secretary, Mrs. T. C. Clark. rejoined the Opry several month understand the heroism and sacrificand Wednesdth annualseekg of theeA short b:sinscs session was then after a three year absence. They For V-E Day Services es of her fighting men. For the
w as the 39th annual m eeting of the h e d e or s foai c ie e rns ei esat o w s i t
Wohelns Auxdlry of the Florida several commit- form n team of top-ranking enter- achievement, the nation owes bim its
thesbyeryda Local Allotments tees were given. Plais for the an- tainers. Texas Ruby, reared on a Anticipating the announcement of unending gratitude."
Mrs. M. A. Coleman of Panama nual flower sho.w' ad dress revue ranch near Fort Worth, Texas, is Victory in Europe, the American LeCity is the president of the Auxil- Of Tobacco Acreage Were discussed, and hopes were ex- known fronm coast-to-coast as Radio's nion is taking the lead in cooperating Wan Names of All In
iary n thre program were the Rev pressed that many would take part in Original Yodeling Cowgirl", while with the ministerial association, of
S. C. Farrior and Rev. Donald The state committeeman on tobac- hiser slender partner, a Tennes- planning a prayerful celebration of Service for Honor Roll
Swicord, missionaries of China and co allotments for the Agricultural Mrs. Opheli Wells, new home sean, is one of the nation's out- that event.
Adjustment Admoinistratlion met in demonstration agent thenr took sonigodtm ides
Korea. An inspirational message Mo nt Tues atonet in deost ti nt tn took standing old-time fiddlers, The local Legion officers have been The roll of men and women from
was the sermon Tuesday by Rev. plication of Jefferson county farm- Mrs. Jessie Thompso extension Cuily holds many distinctions, one asked by the national organization to Jefferson county in the armed forces,
John A. McMurray. ers who wished county a mnts ork e thorpda extensiod of which is the fact that he is the contact local churches and request which was placed by the local AmerTaing part in the program were of tobacco a increased allotmnitssokLier for tne Flrida Power end only hillbilly fiddler ever to appear that all churches be opened imme- ican Legion post on the court house
Mrs. J. B. Horne and Mrs. R. T. Wal- Six acreage this year. Ligdht compus. Mi' Thompson ex- with the noted violinist, Dave Rubin- diatel,' upon the announcement of a lawn, may be incomplete. W. M.
lace,oreir ret in d the useotheandeveneasc off. Together on the same program, victory in Europe and remain open Scruggs, chairman of the committee,
lacetar of Chistice. E tone ad committee with their requests; in foods for the diet" and axd ah they compared and demonstrated fqr a twenty-four hour period. Spec- requests all families and friends of

Ministerial relief for the Presbyterial. eact case an increased acreage was member a recipe book, an a hot classic violin playing with mountain al services during the day are sug- Jefferson county men and women in Attending from Maiticeflo were granted. Franklin W. Smith, local plate mat. Her talk was on how to'fiddling. gested, but Legion officials suggest service to notify him (or A. E. MontMrs. E. B. Bailey, Sr., Mrs. J. B. AAA administrator, A. E. aines, of Iprepare appetizing xvalso tried one that churches be opened for 24 hours gomery at the selective service office)
Brinson, Sr., Mrs. J. B. Brinson, 'or J. Horn and J. M. N. Clark, of Live of the dessert recipes "Lemon Sponge icadded
Mrs. J. B. Horne, Mrs. J Oak and C. L. Brown of Lake Butler, Cups from the book she distrib e for prayer of thanksgiving and for to the board.
Mrs. H. K. Miller, Mrs. W. I. Phelps, 27r Cmmitteemn a A ofierso Cp prayers for those still fighting. The task of compiling the list was a
Mr.H _Mler, Mruh s. nd MI. T.lp' wrcomtemnadA ofies WieM .Th pon-1.11,2Y a s A gopy
Mrs. J. R. Hughes and Mrs. R. T.Ws pea Dr F. J. Conklin, local commander, hard one, and every source was checkwho attended the meeting. lag the dessert, Mrs. Wells completed ____-hpsta l hrhso l resed at the time the board was erected,
Wallace. outlining the program for the year. ITEMS FROM THE MONTICELLO hopes that all churches of all creeds
She also requested that all pressure NEWS OF APRIL 19, 1918 in the county will follow the sugges- last November. However it is felt
g cookers belonging to the department NEWS tion for a 24-hour period immediately that there are probably other names

Interesting items of Jef- be turned in to her to have the gaug- The Red Crss ladies cleared announcement. which should be added and the comferson County Boys and es checked. Mrs. Wells also urged $1 7.00 in one day Tuesday, when
eGirls in Service, all to attend the meeting Thursday B. W. Johnson and Son agreed to Kindergarten Class nearly complete as possible.
night concerning the frozen food give them the entire proceeds of the *
ored titles "Survivor of Iwo Jima" locker plant which is proposed for soft drink sale, if they would furn- Is Closing on Friday Canning Center Made
Corporal Willie Poppell of Drew a large percentage of Marines who Monticello. It is hoped that every- ish the staff. The ladies were on
Field, Tampa, spent the weekend with fought in that historic battle gave one will attend. the job all day and they even push- Mrs. W. J. Bullock is closing her Ready For Activity
Mrs. Poppell at their home in Lloyd. their lives. Warrant Officer Ham- The meeting then adjourned for a ed business to a finish, even going kindergarten class for the year on'
-_V_ ilton is at a rest camp in the Phillip- social hour. Refreshments were serv- out in the by ways and selling Friday to give the children, who are The county canning center, locatMrs. Emma Brooks has received pines, ed by Mrs. Jimmie Davis, Mrs. T. C. cigars, candies, etc., to people on the all of pre-school age, a longer vaca- ed in the welfare office on Dogwood
word that her nephew, Buck Gerrell, -V_ Clark and Mrs. T. W. Shuman. Mrs. street. Some nice contributions tion than the public school. Street, is enjoying a clean-up day
a former Jefferson county boy, has Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Stokley have Thompson served each one present were made, the largest being Mrs. During the successful kindergarten today. Mrs. Barrett, who is in charge
been inducted in to the Army and received the Merchant Marine service with a sample of her lemon sponge J. C. W. Frishmuth, $50; Mr. R. term, several mothers of children in of the center, is supervising the work is stationed at Camp Gordon, Ga. emblem and two service bars which cup. Names were drawn for the cus- C. Simpson, $25, and Mr Chas. the group have entertained the group of giving it a thorough cleaning to
Private Gerrell writes that he likes have been awarded their son, Bailey tard cups used, which went as prizes Puig'sley, $5.00. on the occasions of a birthday. All have it ready for the increased activithe army and the camp life W Stokley. The Merchant Mfrine to Mrs. Martha Jennings and Mrs. The Jefferson County Products the kindergarten children were invit- W ty of canning season.
V- combat bar was awarded, "confirm- Thomas Green. company contemplates putting in a ed for an Easter luncheon and egg Women of the Home DemonstraMrs. Nellie Granger was greatly ing active service with the U. S. velvet bean crusher and also a grist hunt. Thursday Mrs. Johnston and tioan council are urged to help in
relieved this week to have a letter merchant marine in a ship which was mill in the near future. A 50-horse Mrs. Sam Hill entertained the group every way possible. The alley adjafrom her son, Pfc Carl (Jabo) Grang-j engaged in direct enemy action." power engine will be added to with luncheon at the home of Mrs. cent to the center is being cleaned
er after two months' silence. Jabo The Pacific war zone bar denotes H I N T funs the additional power neces- Hill. and will be planted in flowers; all
wrote that he had been going through action with the U. S. merchant HE T usary to run this extra machinery. Who have plants suitable for transwrt ta e a be oigthog atonwt teU.S erhn Ma- D.FA nk saryto torn run this extran machinery.r
the jungle and was unable to write rine in that war area, The awards Dr. F. A. Brmk, Director The elevator has a storage capacity B planting at this season of the year
letters during the time. He is now were made by E. Land, admini- Stars Benefit Supper are urged to contribute them to beauin~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~wr thmhlipnsad etn ln t ator of tE. va shppng, admimi- ENRICHED FLOUR of 15000 bushels, and a number of
in the Phillippines and getting along strator of the war shipping dinis- carloads of corn, velvet beans, etc. Nets $132 for Treasury tify the alley. fine. tration under which the merchant Although Jefferson county produc- have been shipped to points both in
-_ V- marine operates in wartime. es much of its food from a fertile and out of the state in the last few rFARM NEWS
Frank J. Conklin, Jr., son of Dr. Bailey has been in service 17 soil the wisdom of adopting a law to weeks. The benefit spaghetti supper, which
and Mrs. F J. Conklin, of Monticello, months. After completing a five require enrichment of all white flour The draft board published a list of the members of the local chapter of has been promoted to the rank of month's training course he was sent sold in the state is apparent. 20 names, from which 12 will go to theOeriof at tae atur- (by Richard Ohmes)
Master Sergeant in the Southwest into immediate active service. He has The federal law requiring the addi- camp in this month's quota. The 20 day evening at the Womans Club, An outstanding field of Sandford
Pacific where he has been serving not been home since enlisting. tion of minerals and certain vitamins are Walton Bishop, John Lacy, Jr. netted $132 for the club's treasury. wheat, grown by E. T. Faglie on his for a year. Sgt. Conklin enlisted in --v to all white flour sold in interstate John T. Lowry, Thomas Kinsey, The Stars recently lost all their farm in the northeastern part of the the national guard in 1941 and has Mr. and Mrs. Steve Brooks, of commerce is a war measure and will Rufus H. Daniels, Archie Whiddon chapter possessions in the fire which county, is being watched with conbeen in service continuously since. Route 2, Lloyd, have heard from be treated accordingly after peace John B. McCall, Reuben Pitts, Wil- destroyed the Masonic Temple. They siderable interest- by a number of
Now on Morotai Island, the base their son, Sergeant Reuben Books, comes,. according to Mrs. Ve'ra liam M. Scruggs, Robert L. Quick, are starting a fund to purchase new local farmers. The grain is ripening
from which the invasion of the Phil- that he has landed in France and is Walker, nutrition specialist, State Grover C. Moore, Joseph D. Jenkins, equipment, a new piano and other rapidly and apparently will be ready ippines was staged, young Conklin at work with the 924th Ordnance Board of Health. J. R. Mullis, D. F. Perry, Jr., Willie needed furnishings. for combining ahead of lupine. There
has been placed in charge of all mo- Heavy Automotive Maintenance The deficiency diseases which re- Glennon, P D. Faglie, Thomas R. are twenty-five acres in the field,
torized equipment of his regiment. company to which he is assigned. sult from lack of the minerals and Herring, Brooks Wheeler, Clifford Must File Reports Of excellent in stand and uniformity.
V_-_ They were, however, surprised and vitamins now being added to flour E. Williams and George High. f Indications at present are that the
Mrs. Christianna Hamilton, and very much pleased, to receive the fol- under the federal law, are ill defined Little Miss Mary John Smith, black Peformance By Apr. 30 yield will be much higher than anyMrs. Hilton Hamilton are rejoicing lowing letter from his captain the and recognized only upon careful ex- haired, blue eyed, rosy cheeked, and one expected of wheat in this secover letters from Warrant Officer other day: amination. They do result, however, weighinng 11 pounds, arrived at the The local AAA office wishes to tion, hence the keen interest in it.
Hilton Hamilton, that he is safe Dear Mrs. Brooks: I know how in lack of pep and energy and mental home of Mr. and Mrs. Percival P. notify all farmers that April 30th is Mr. Sorenson, who has seen a good
after serving through the Battle of interested you must be in what we alertness long before they give rise Smith last Saturday, April 13th. She the final date for filing 1945 perform- deal of wheat grown, estimates a reIwo Jima with the Marines. He is are doing in France, and I am sure to symptoms requiring medical at- has become a permanent member of ance reports for Austrian winter turn from the planting of 25 bushels
one of six brothers in service, all of you are anxious and concerned about tention. the family and already occupies a peas, vetch blue lupine, oats or rye, per acre. This would exceed by 40%
whom are or have been on overseas Reuben's activities. Health authorities hope to see the commanding position in the home. seeded in fall of 1944 and not har- the best yields obtained at experiduty. Thus far none of the brothers Let me assure that we are nicely adoption of the state law which is Mrs. Doris West and Miss Mattie vested by mechanical means, in or- ment stations.
have received an injury. Hilton will located and have the best of facili- so patterned after laws adopted by Lou Horne left Wedesday for der to obtain payment under the, A comparison of the net return per
bear one of the Marine's most hen- (Continued on Page Six) other southern states. (Continued on Page 10) AAA program. (Continued on Page 10)






The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., Friday, April 20, 1945


Revenge Is Sweet to Some Russian Civilians CLASSIFIED


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turned unharmed. Mail photo and $1 to

Washington, D. C. Notes of a New York Newsboy: BUD WILLS STUDIOS

cial formsen have. beeneto quitl sen to.
ARMY DISCHARGE CREDITS An exciting biog of a fine Ameri- 287Cecn od Calso ,W a
can, "Eisenhower" (Winston) byce l
Here is how the army will deter. T. Miller, contains this interestingteOrS



have ean togie them dicarquic
itet wa n aroe ischrged Paragraph: "General Eisenhower OREIGN AND ANTIQUE DOLLS
Te e in u eie bursts of indigna- Send stamp for list. I also buy d do



anhecondition.hDOLnSmOP. of2creSiut
cial forms have been quietly sent to
com and ng ffi ers in ll hearestion at the subversive groups that Troy Sreet, Chicago 32. 111.
They are to be distributed to he
G.I.s who will fill them out, try to Ike's scathing remarks would "put your oviW n the Groove." catchy
figue ot te nmberof redts heyorch this paper. He had no toler- rhythmic, attractive titled copy 35c. Artists



1.ur Allhenmro credits will bedlp deter iancn for the 'damned deaf, dumb pro postpaid free.



2.linr~i Speia credit willix be given
have earned to give them a i -la 'return home, and blind fools' who could not see ________________The one thing still undecided by what was sure to happen if we failed
the army is the number of credits to heed the warnings. The Axis
necessary for immediate released ding out thw a




Alaska. Thusnd of menue who
This columnist is able to reveal, enslave humanity.Naziism and Fashowever, that: i' vi' csm must be crushed ifhuman free1. wll deetdtermi-e d ete dom was to be sa
Allrop eus il over. fl~ .ower had become kona Aam

da y c wil bst Ike' because of his constant pree r io. dictions"




2. Special credits will b ie
for overseas service, and over- op~~ '~~. ~ ~- Move over, Walter-and make




only~~oo for thoesrceiingthemed
seas service will mean any V "9'_ H 1 'romfo Esnhwe
service outside the continental





list distghed fly.,ingu cross,
liiso h .Sicuing R,.~.~ The same tome also offers a de- Never crowd the rinse tub.
Alsa Thuad e il lightful anecdote about General Clothes must have room to move




soldisa Thosds bofzen whor air
served in Alaska will receive ~ '~Eisenhower's mother. . When- about freely to get soap out.
overseas Oversrv- ever soldiers pass her home at Abipation. Noot eras orsib
be will be determined from the Kans., she proudly remarks to Rugs should be swept or vacuday~~~~~ a. ma leave anoto 'C. eighbors: "I have a son in the um clened, but never beaten,
emakaarmy, shaken, or snapped, as this may
.Combat credit will be given loosen or break the fabric and
only for those receiving the med- The Nazis are taking a beating inside Germany, as well as on the war front. This strip of photos shows When he was given the Peabody binding or fringe.
al of honor, distinguished serv- a German civilian policeman as he plays the unhappy role of "Wermacht" Two Russians, former slave award for "presenting outstanding
ice cross, legion of merit, silver laborers, take a triumphant role as they beat the Nazi into fear and finally let him get away. The Russians radio humor over a period of 12 Rmv h rie a Ite
star, distinguished flying cross, met the Nazi as they were searching for American Displaced Persons Center." years," Fred Allen was introduced eaemoe te brrsoe the
soldiers' medal, bronze star, air on the air this way: "Three great
medal, purple heart or bronze -men of American humor" said the If you let it stand, the heat which



GiganticOperationwillebrnmthewglasenon
service stars for battle partici- O kinawa Invasion G g n i military O e a i announcer, "-are Mark Twain, Will is retained wl unteges n
pation. No other awards or rib- Rogers and Fred Allen!"
bons will be included.~ "Fine state humor is in," Allen ad- Orange juice may be substichildren who are under 18 years . soto ok"Ing fec rsig
of age on the day the war in '2. .__ . . .
Europe ends, but for some mys- Stre bu esaemnae Color may be revived in faded
tedious reason the army will not ". asartigsthyrnteywte suede shoes and bags that have
allow credits for more than o b
three children. >. ~~~Horace Greeley inspired some bcm Shbyybrsigte
three children. wl n odn hmoe e
* the best bits of newspaperman stuff.wellsand hold ing he aoer.akt
HENRY KAISER CNCILIATES ""~He was once parked in a hotel lobby tie of fehybiigwtr
HENRY KAISER CONCILIATESu reading his Tribune when a stran -_____________Few people realize it, and shipbuilder Henry Kaiser is too modestto my to admit it, but he was the guid- goats." Greeley merely
ing genius behind the recently signed itnd ELYSOOTHN
Ing enis bhin therecntl sined"If you continue reading other pa- because they're really medicated
pledge for postwar industrial peers and feed your goats these Tnibpeace just promulgated by Eric unes, one fine day you'll wake up
Johnston, president of the U. S. and find that your goats know more
chamber of commerce, CIO Pres. than you do!"
Phil Murray and AFL Pres. Bill __._.Green.
Green ~~~~ When Joseph Pulitzer retired, he C U HL ZN E
Kaiser figured out the scheme last sent h sZasg ih
fall after seeing the terrific bitter- sn i tf esg hc e
fallaftr seingtheterificbiter-serves to be framed in every news- *Soothe your throat all the way
ness of the election campaign. He oy's office. The Pulitzer prize ad down-far below the gargle ln
first approached Bill Green, told him v ach F & F Lozenge gives you
that if Green was sincere about be- ow throat a 15 minute soothing, com
lieving in a 60,000,000-job program, forcing treatment. Used hy million
management needed assurances : .ta yrtreetwl aen for coughs, throat irritations or:
labor peace. Green was agreeable. difference in its cardinal principles, hoarseness resulting from colds or
Johnston agreed to call the first Some of the ships which comprised the gigantic fleet that participated in the invasion of Okinawa are that it will always fight for progress smoking. Only 100 box.
meeting, invited Kaiser, Murray loaded with thousands of tons of equipment and supplies at an advanced Pacific base. Boldest Allied opera- and reform, never tolerate injustice and Green to a hush-hush dinner in tion in this theatre, an armada of some 1,400 ships took part in the amphibious attack on this key island or corruption, always fight demaiin the stepping-stone chain between Formosa and Japan proper gogues, never belong to any party,
his Mayflower hotel suite, debated
the entire proposal up, down and always oppose privileged classes and
sideways.plunderers, never lack sy .
sideays.Call by R dio or S rren er Fag O er G ruma pathy for the poor, always remain :~,
Not content with a bare state- deoe to the pbi welfare, never
ment of unity and pledge of la- bevsted ith merel ngvth
bor-management peace, Kaiser be s w m news." tile
has now quietly proposed that
the U. S. chamber of commerce,
the AFL and the CIO set up a Bund camps in New Jersey has been
new, well financed organiza- ASohn
newwel fnaned rganza ,,~ ,-'~ Iturned into a boys' vacation camp. ASIAPI lLVE
tion which can. activel go-tinwihcan actively goH ~' ~appy to learn that a part of the Ue ytosnswt a lc~yr.
about the business of contactingot the b ess of c n U. S. once again belongs to Amen- suits for 40 yeas-sx valuable ingreds
cnts. Get Carboil at drcig atores or write
inglocl abo ledes ad 1 ~ca. . The legit stage takes bows fpurlock-Ncal Co. Nashlile, Tean
cal business men, preaching the
gospel of cooperation on that
level.Yemesaohaprdcdnl level.e expert play on a serious theme:
PETRILLO CRACKDOWN A Bellfor Adano.". . Trend of FmostreeeMNTLY,
PETRILLO CRACKDOWN.I a
Congress is so steamed up about e az r n w
the rambunctious practices of horn- n m a
tooter James Caesar Petrillo, head f F
of the American Federation of Musi- (Also Fine Steral Tonic!)
clans, and bushy-browed John L. y
cins adbuhytHoop-la isn't everything: A J. Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable CoreLewis, mine workers' chief, that re- ironin's "The Green Years" has pound is famous to relieve not Drly
sponsible labor leaders are greatly topped the fiction best-seller list long monthly pa but also accompanying
worried that it may pass the Baileyhightrung feelings-than "Forever Amber," despite when due to functional periodic diowoiedtalla.as h Bie e latter's publicity barrage. turbances. Taken regularly-it helps
bill.
-h build up resistance against such isThis would invalidate the he house foreign affairs committee tress. Plnkham's Compound helps naagreement Petrillo won after de- ts now probing America's war crimi- ture! Follow label directions. TrV it!
fying the record manufacturers
fynah eodmauatrr n ~' s.' ~ ~ .,ral policies. We hope they will spot VE UABo
and the government for two the peculiar activities of the 0 '-'"' COMPOUND
years, and which provides that state dep't boys dealing with that
the manufacturers pay his union problem. . Joseph Conrad once
a royalty on every record made. o I asti
It would also rule out the 10- si:"ospi htn n lisLWXE
It wuldals rue ot te 1 ~ "to like-but everybody enoys it.". . UUEU/TR sEI
cent-per-ton coal royalty Lewis Troops of the new 10th army's 77th ,_____asked after he saw Petrillo get division are shown as they raise Our Sherlock Ho-Holmes Dept't: A M TE PETROLE
his. the colors for the first time on tiny UP dispatch states: "Rifle shots
Even though many of them have Geruma Shima, during the landing ere fired into the office of Mario
little sympathy for the Petrillo-Lewis Psychological warfare branch of the army broadcasts an offer to that preceded the invasion of the Berlinguer, high commissioner in A OVA
methods, labor leaders see in
metod, abo ladrssee in the Germans to surrender city. The sergeant wears a tiny microphone isle of Okinawa. The flag was raised RoefrAh0uismn1f acs
the Bailey bill far more danger than Rm o h uiheto acs
theBale bllfa mredage tan clipped to his upper lip. His speech is amplified by a sound truck, by the division chaplain, crimes. The official was wounded by A
appears on the surface. For if the flying glass. Police believe the
bill becomes law, it will knock out hooting was an attempt to assassin.
not only Petrillo royalty setups, but Burdered Nazi nate Signor Berlinguer."
alsQ numerous negotiated agree- Boy Big Baseball Awgwan!
ments whereby employers agree to Cold P. ._______am
pay a small portion of their payroll Two soldiers and a sailor on
into health funds jointly administered by the union and the employer. readiscussingrth an ae
These are used to pay sickness and urfe t h te
accident benefits, medical costs candid: "Gee, it's midnight. Let's have death benefits for employes, and h the park in
more and more employers are
agreeing to include contributions to
these funds in their contracts with eA Jean! . "Oh, nuts!" said the Help Them Cleanse the Blood
the unions. There have been no comethe unins. Thee have een no o "~'-" '~ ,~ .third. "Let's do something really ex-ofamulBdWst
plaints about these funds, but they ou deare cony te
will be illegal if the Bailey bill bewil bealgli h alybl end watch the civilians eat!" Scas matter from the blood stream. But
comes law.
* ot act as Noate intended-fail to reCAPITOL CHAFF move impurities that, if retained, may
poisn thesste and up.Set the whole
the war is the almost complete body machinery.
( The RFC has named the New
York firm of Fuller, Smith and Ross g
to handle advertising of surplus I
~ "'' "\/~5)~. norts of the battles in that sector under the eyes-a feeling of nervous
aqxiety and less of pep and strength.
property to be sold through RFC. are buried on inside pages or ig- Oder are.sometimes boringdscantynThis firm is also the advertising od are "'b burning sa' or
representative for the Aluminum too reetination.
company~~~~~~~~~~al ofAeiabhc a 5<~'2'(' e surprised to learn that bit- Therselchuld boneo doubt that prompt
company of America, whichen has ahncLSt major interest in plant facilities to fighting has taken place there,
which has resulted in important Al- new fIends8for mr than forty year.
be Sold through RFC. Anything can happen in the major leag~ue. A few seasons ago Richie Maj. Gen. Maurice Rose, brilliant lied victories . . And the battles he Lcoven y gratefulid eplthon
(Despite the wide publicity ridicul- mrcrmne y rtflpol h
El ept h iepbiiyrdcl Whittington, right, was selling peanuts and popcorn in the Cleveland U. S. armored commander of the are continuing . . During the last country over. Ask yourcnighb.r!
ing him a few months ago, Rep. park. Last year he was bat boy. Today he is regarded as one of the 1st army, who was murdered by year the amount of Japs killed in
William Gallagher, former Minne most likely looking prospects working out with the Indians He will be Germans after his surrender. He I the Burma theatre equals the num apolis street cleaner, has won the re- farmed out until he secures more experience, the son of Rabbi Rose of Denver ben eradicated in the Pacific
aspect of his colleagues in the houseiht Ro




The Monticello News. Monticello, Fla., Friday, April 20, 1945


SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK


el Ad oDainty Fro for the Little Girl

fVJohn Hersey 7
John ers scrap bag can fashion the apTHE STORY THUS FAR: The Ameri- here, Mister Major That wet stone" Tomasmo and get a bottle of Mar- pique.
can troops arrived at Adano, with Major -she pointed at Tomasino-"al- sala To obtain complete pattern, finishing InJoppolo, the Amgot officer in charge. refused to go and ask you." Wine top of torrone, and probSergeant Borth was in charge of securi- m ty. It was the hope of the Major to Captain Purvis said: "Where are ably mixed right up with it. Major yourn addrend th pen ncnbuild confidence and replace the town these pretty mackerel the old fish- JOPPoIo could think of nothing less ber
bell stolen by the Nazis. He arranged hound is supposed to have? Say, tempting but Captain Purvis, hear- eta
with the navy to permit the fishermen to Major we got to make a deal here. Ing the word vino, shouted: "Vino, current war conditions, slightly more time
return to the waters. Despite orders is. is required in filling orders for a few of
Suedlike the dk bt" M the most popular pattern numbers.
from the city, Major Joppolo recalled the WD.-THURS.-FRI.SAT.
order to permit food and water to enter Giuseppe put in a word for his 'Purvis either you shut your big 7 S G CRL EDLW; SUDA
th twn Nst, orermaorofAd. loyalty: "'m a save a blonde for trvp or I'll throw you out of here" SEIN C*CL NEELEO5 S.UN.DCT; :A.Y s
the town. Nasta, former mayor of Ada- hWlsS. Ciao :Inr.CT;;5.E
no, returned from hiding, but was placed you, boss. Captain Purvis sai: "Aw come A 530 Sou Well S cg: i CBS S5a.ion
under arrest by the Major to save himPatte udrarsbyteMjrtsaehm Major Joppolo really dn'kowon, Major, don't be a spoil sport. 1.No.
from an organized mob. He was or- what to say. You know you feel the same way,
dered to report daily and repent his Giuseppe said quickly to the fat if you were just honest enough to a
sins. 0
sins.Rosa, "Where are the girls?" saymso.
The mother said: "If you think "Shut up, Purvis!" The Major's_______________CHAPTER XI you can hurry two pretty girls try- eyes blazed. "That's an order. Now
____ing to make themselves prettier, you beaeyuslSce eeeyHOW TO "KNOW" ASPIIN
One morning Tomasino the fisher- you'll find them in the bedroom." beave yurs Sacre Cemetery
.man called on Major Joppolo at Major Joppolo was alarmed to see Ctain Puri dupndb os
theThe Campo Santo cemetery In stronger. Why pay more? World's largest
buhediPaando evas he entered ite Gieppeom ge upondd goa kinth Tomasino came back with the Pisa, Italy, is believed to be par- selleratlO4. Do~innSt.JoephAspiriin
building, and even as he walked intobero.H wodrdwakndwnadCpanPrisaue tcaryhlbcuehnudr
the Major's office, he looked like an of girls these were, anyhow. t bte, bendin slihtl atute ti on between 1 nd
American sight-seer. His neck bent But in a few moments Giuseppe t and aiming the bedwin with 5si
back on itself and his eyes wandered came back, leading a girl by each t at aig the b o loas o
around in dull amazement. hand. He had apparently explained t Calvary.
Major Joppolo was pleased to s the situation to the girls, because Rosa, Sensing that something was him and said cheerfully: "Good Tina went directly to Major Jop- wrong, by"ut nobody "My
morning, Tomasino." polo, shook his hand, and sat down buy, laughed.
But Tomasino's face changed beside him, and the dark one, Fran- Tina jumped up and said: "Let's
from curious to sullen, and he said: cesca, went straight to Captain Pur- dance," and she ran over to the ra- ITTLE girls of two, three and "Ivi, shook his hand, and sat down dio and turned on Radio Moscow. it."r yer w
"IDio wat todioit by him. "Moscow always has the ')iest mu- dainty frock with the gay f our-inch
"Do what, Tomasino?"
"Come to the place of authority, "Mmm," said Captain Purvis, sic," she said duck applique. Pretty and very
Ths alzz. hveneerdoe t "not bad." He felt secure in the Francesca, with Major .oppolo's practical-it opens out flat for ironthis Palazzo. I have never done it
in my life. My wife made me do certainty that the girls did not speak help, carried the table from the ing. Pattern includes sizes 2, 3
IEnglish. middle of the room to the end away
"Why? What did she want?" "Take it easy," Major Joppolo from the radio. Captain Purvis
"She said that if you had low- said, rushed over to Rosa, held out his Early Draft Victim
,ered yourself to come and see me Tina said in Italian: "I heard you arms, and said: "Okay, fatso, let's A tombstone in a cemetery near on my fish-boat, Ibreathing in church last Sunday. dance."
on y Icoud lwermy-Rosa understood from his gestures Washington, Ind., bears this curiself to go and see you in the Palaz- ous inscription: "In memory of
lo. She wanted me to invite you toMcCarty killed while nocome to our house tonight to help tifying drafted men."
eat some torrone which my daugh-hg ate aendaon h ~llg' oeFae rn o erya
hug patnr creeedarond he Wounded in one of the early bat- the. protective food elemnts of the whole
teat soname oron wich my dug- room. After a couple of turns Rosa ties of the Civil war, Captain M- Co i grain declared essential to human ntrition
ter Tina made. My ife is a inks collapsed into a chair. Carty left the Union army inwie
cult woman. I hate her. She thinks '~ she is the authority in my house." s Then Captain Purvis danced with March, 1862, and became a govMajor Joppolo said: "Please be Francesca, and Major .oppolo with ement agent enrolling men for
so good as to tell your wife that Tina. They stamped and laughed the draft. Aroused by the news of
even though her husband was ta and talked above the music until the draft a group of southern symreluctantughhe r b was so Tomasino said glumly: "You are pathizers vowed to shoot a governraectnt injo the l dei e oflhtedes making too much noise. You will meat agent on sight. McCarty was Ed I
sage, the Major would be delighted'wae_______USL R AC I S
to accept." the girls." their unfortunate victim.
TomasinoTina ran over and toned the radio mind not to tell her. I hate her." dw a irls? No Doubt aou!
Promptly at nine o'clock Major "My Taid ne has a i f
Joppolo knocked on the door at 9
Via Vittorio Emanuele. Tomasino sister's daughters."
opened the door, but did not showFrancesca's?" opeed slgtes dooar, but id n sho "Oh, no, of my sister who Is In Grade margarine . made espethes p a Rome." cially for use on the table.-Adv.
visitor. MaoJpoo
"Come in," he grumbled. did not think to
The Major stepped in and tried ask why the daughters were in Ada.
to shake his hand but could not find no and the mother in Rome; or why
it in the dark. Tina blushed; or why she did not
"We have to climb many stairs," seem very anxious to talk any more
Tomasino complained. about the sleeping girls.
As a matter of fact, there was "Let's dance some more," she
only one flight. At the top of it sont.
they turned into a brightly lighted both s an in th mer
hallway. Tomasino led the Major
through the hallway to a narrow
parlor. This parlor belied the unso- t fr s air, Mse Mar?"
ciability of Tomasino, for its furni- e aid: "Tt wouA
ture consisted almost exclusively of iea." "That would be a good
chairs-a sure sign, In Adano, of
frequent and numerous guests. Be- here."
sides the chairs there were 6nl aee.
siesth cais hee eronly a She slipped out through wooden
large Italian radio in one corner
and a round table in the center. The

chairs on either side one could reach life." AM ERICAN SOIL
whateverTina closed the shutter doors bewhaeve wa onthetabe.You ought to take more exercise, hind the Major.
Two guests had arrived before Mister Major." The two stood against the cool iron
the Major, and their identity surprised him. Major Joppolo said: "I was late, of the balcony railing and looked
prsd i.I was very late, I got working on up at the sharp stars. Tina said: 'THE SOIL is the very foundation Representative, his County Agri"Hi, Major," said Captain Pur- something, and I lost track of time. "Do you like it here?" Tof Ameriean prosperity and cultural Agent or his Vocational
vis, who looked as if he had been I had to run to church. It was very Major J6ppolo said: "I've never into a couple of bottles of wine, embarrassing." been so happy in my life." progress. Our independence and Agriculture Teacher. The land that
"Giuseppe told me the old fish- Tina said: "You bad Father Pen- "That seems strange," Tina said, our opportunities are deeply rooted each farmer cultivates is a national
hound here had a couple of pretty sovecchio worried. I could tell by "when You're so far from home." in it.
daughters. I was getting kinda lone, the way he got mixed up in his serv- "I'm not so far from home, in a the- n t g ron bette tn t
some. Giuseppe here told me he'd ice." way. Florence is almost a home
bring me up. Good old Giuseppe." For years, people thought our came to him. That Is a trust which
"Good night, a boss," saidr Giu- ad:"oyugot e y ahrad ohrwr
"Godnih, bss"said Giu- to church every Sunday?" from a little town near Florence." soil was inexhaustible, New land each man assumes when he makes
seppe. He was much embarrassed; Tina said: "Of course." "Where are you from, in Amewwl
he had had no idea that the Major wspetfl e am ol e hslvn rmteSI
he hd hd n ida tht te Mjor Major Joppolo was able to talk ca I mean?" cre u ftewlens
would show up. with Tina, interrupted only once in "The Bronx, Tina." Fieson blv ta soi cone
The Major was just as embar- a while by bursts from the mother "Where is that, the Bronx?" cheaper and easier than old farms
rassed as Giuseppe. He was think- and gales of laughter all around the "New York." ing of those sentences from the Am- room, except from Tomasino, who "The Bronx is part of New York got notebook: "Don't play favorites, stared moodily at the floor. City?" farm lost its fertility, the farmer welfare of our country and its
Be careful about invita- The Major said: "Do you always "Sometimes I think New York and his family simply moved to a people. We believe soil conserva.
tions . ." go to the Church of San Angelo?" City is part of the Bronx." new piece of land. tion is everybody's business. That
"Why, hello," the Major said. This time it was Tina who "Oh, I should love to go there.
"Haven't seen the quail yet," Cap- blushed. "No," she said. "Giu- Is the Bronx beautiful? Is it beau- T a it is aee ondte eareold
tain Purvis said. "The old lady's out seppe told me you were going to tiful for Florentines in the Bronx? in the kitchen. She's a honey." be there. I wanted to see what How would it be for someone from Most of the good land has been Firestone Homestead Farm near
The Major sat down stiffly. the American Major was like. Most Adano?" cleared and is being farmed. When Columbiana, Ohio, where our
Captain Purvis said: "Say, I Sundays I go to the Church of the "For my Florentine parents, I
didn't know you were an old hand Benedettini." think it is beautiful, yes, it is beau- a farm loses its productive capacity, founder, Harvey S. Firestone, was
around here, you dog. Why don't Major Joppolo said: "What did tiful. In Italy they were just poor there may not be any place to born. That is why we are sponsor
you tell me about these good things? you think of the American Major?" peasants, and you know it is not move. And the nations supply of ing oil conservation contests
You old bum, I thought you never Tina said: "He breathes very very beautiful for most of the peasdid anything but work. Tell me, loudly, like the leaky bellows of the ants here. There my father is a how are these chickens?" pipe organ at the Benedettini." waiter. He has a very good job, in why soil conservation has become Ing with the Future Farmers of
Major Joppolo said weakly: "I The Major laughed. the University Club, it is a very so vitally important. America and promoting the
haven't seen the girls, except one of "Have a piece of torrone," Tina nice atmosphere, all the chairs are them in church. This is my first said. "I made it." leather like in the Palazzo and the
time here." One could not very well turn down walls are all panelled. My mother More than one hundred million Firestone Champion Farmers
Captain Purvis, who was unques- an invitation put just that way, so has a washing machine. Father has acres of land have been seriously Association.
tionably tipsy, said: "Hey, speak- the Major took a big Piece. The a car. It is very beautiful for them, damaged by wind, water erosion
ing of chickens, I heard one the ot-candy was passed all around the I think. For me, it was not al- incorrect farming practices and We have also recently published
er day. You remember where Hoo- room, and for a time all conversa- ways so beautiful." ver said once that he was going to tion stopped. Nothing could be "Why not, Mister Major?" other causes. Each year millions of a new booklet on soil conservation
fix it so there would be a chicken heard except the crunching of nuts "Well, it's hard to explain. You In every pot? Well, I heard the oth. between teeth and the smacking see, I grew up in America. I could acres more are being damaged, etlKed,"Ou Ntive Land ma Trtai
er day that after the U.S. Army was sound of boiled sugar coming un- see that the Bronx was not the some beyond redemption.
around these Italian towns for a stuck from teeth. During this time most beautiful place in America. I while there was going to be a chick- of chewing, Major Joppolo couldn't always wanted a little more than Soil conservation methods are request to the Firestone Farm
en on every lap." help thinking how strange it was to we had. I don't know, it's hard to efficient, effective and easy to Service Bureau, Akron, Ohio. I
The Captain roared with laugh- build a whole evening around the explain."
ter. Giuseppe, although he had no eating of torrone, but that seemed "No," said Tina, "you don't have practice. Contour farming, terrace feel sure that you will find this
idea what the point was, laughed to be the program. to explain. I know what it Is to be ing, strip-cropping, fertilizing and booklet interesting and instructive.
politely. The Major was horrified. When he dared, Major Joppolo restless. That's why my hair is crop rotation are the principal
Tomasino sat in depressed silence, said "Good." blonde, I guess."
understanding nothing. Major Joppolo had made up his methods used. Every farmer can
Tomasino's wife came in from CatiPuvscldfortob A.
'1'mainos ifecae i fom more honest in English. He said: mind that Tina's hair was dyed, get complete information and
the kitchen with a platter of tor- "What did we come to, a glue fac- But he didn't expect her to talk specific recommendations from his Chairman
rone and saved the day. She must story about it.
have weighed two hundred and fifty "Another piece," Tina said to the Tina sensed his embarrassment, local Soil Conservation Service The Firestone Tire & Rubber Co.
pounds. She put the candy down. Major cordially. "Oh, my hair is not natural, Mister
Giuseppe jumped to his feet and "In a few minutes," the Major Major. I dyed it because I was not introduced the Major to Tomasino's said. satisfied. My dark hair was my
wife. Her name was Rosa. "We must have some wine," the Bronx. Every one had dark hair.
She said in her husky fat lady's fat and happy Rosa said. "Go out I wanted something different." voice: "I am delighted to seP you in the kitchen, fool, she said to (TO E CONTINUED)









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As soon as the news of his death I running on the Democratic We take this means of expressing
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day's work was ending Thursday, R. R. Agent, Aucilla Fla. 2t
April 12th. In Monticello, as in the
navy. When World War I broke out and Cattle to
uttrmot prtsofthe world, it
uttermost parts of te ord it Roosevelt proved himself an effi- MONTICELLO STOCK YARD NOTICE
seemed impossible. In this quiet client administrator, handling bit- Auction every Monday, and get
little town there were no public meet- FRANKLIN DELANO ROOSEVELT lions of dollars' worth of contracts highest market pices Sale Trespassing on our
ings to be called off, but families JANUARY 30, 1882-APRIL 12, 1945. for ships and supplies. He served in Starts 2 p. m. Monticello Stock
gathered about their radios listening this post throughout the war. Yards. J. N. Hawkins, Mgr.
for more news of his passing, and S THE guns of America's fighting forces sounded ever closer Ran for Vice President. F A. MAoAN, Owe
listening to the countless eulogies, N the doom of Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan, Franklin In 1920 the Democratic national
tributes and prayers that the major )elano Roosevelt died in Warm Springs, Georgia, where he had convention chose him as running NOTICE OF LOCAL LEGISLATION on our park grounds
networks-cancelling all scheduled
broadcasts-put on the air. ieen resting for 10 days. pain for te Ce peiecy eight must be
Friday morning, in the state cap- Death resulted from a cerebral hemorrhage at 4: 35 p. mn. on Roosevelt madte many acqaint- bi wi beinroed givn thet Floia a n
Fridayel moring inn theant state cap-eitodcdinteFlrd itol 26 miles away, the Florida legis- kpril 12. Mr. Roosevelt was 63. He had been President for 12 dances valuable in later political legislature concerning education in stopped.
lature met for the purpose of paying ears, one month and nine days. The White House was announced life. Cox being defeated, F.D.R. Jefferson county.
tribute to the deceased president, and is the site of the funeral, with interment at the family estate at returned to legal practice. Noi9Mr3 p -32 MONTICELLO NU3RSERY (1O.
tributeNo to the deeae preidnt and-2
adjourned until Monday. In Wash- Park N. Y. The following year the great
ington, Congress mournfully adjourn- Less than four months had elapsed since he ha'd taken his his- tragedy of his life struck himed. i London, the British Parlia-big, en Lonrdon th BoritishWarston oric oath of office for a fourth term. Only a few weeks before he strong young man became a
ment heard a sorrowful Winston
Churchill announce the death of the iad returned from the Yalta conference where in company with bedridden invalid. For months
"great departed statesman and war Jarshal Stalin of Russia and Prime Minister Churchill of Great houthoe Slo his
leader and a dear and cherished 3ritain he had labored to built an enduring peace. erfut w ook comad howfriend." Fate denied Franklin Roosevelt the chance to the fruits
enjoy ever, and by persistence he
Schools were dismissed for officials if victory over the Axis. Yet history seemed destined to enshrine partially regained the use of
knew that neither pupils nor teach-ha e d n
ers felt like carrying on the routine tim as one of the immortal American Presidents. And every citi- his muscles. It was during his
of lessons on that day. Schools, not :en who mourned the untimely passing of the Commander-in- convalescence at Warm Springs,
Ga., that he determined to do W el,'w tc our[e d
only in America, but in Italy and chieff felt that he was a of the war as every what he could to eradicate the
other liberated countries closed in marine and Sailor who had fallen in battle. scourge that had almost ruined
tribute to the world leader whose life him. The "March of Dimes"
had meant as much to them as to his
had~~~~ meantig ass much toslt thmaWohs'eietde nwrie ba .A. problem has got to be licked in the small cities, the
own fellow countrymen."AN
In Monticellountrym e aam Lincoln fell under Assassin At the Democratic conventions ofhalfr
In te were at half- w both's bullet just five days after 1924 and 1928, he aligned himself
staff; they were at half-staff where- he surrender of General Lee's army with the group supporting Alfred We women have to save enough used fats in our kitchens
ever they flew that day, and a thirty- t Appomattox in 18305. Woodrow IE. Smith, New York's governor. to help make munitions, medicines, fabrics, soap for military
day period of mourning was declared. Vilson lived to see victory over When Smith was nominated in 1928, and civilian use, and many other essentials.
In Russia, the national U.S.S.R. flag ;ermany in World War 1, but he Roosevelt ran for governor of his
was bordered in black in mourning Dught a losing battle for the y 'state and was elected. At the end The job, to date, has been done largely by city people,
for the first national leader to recog- league of Nations and died early of his two-year term he was again because arrangements for collecting the fats were made in
nize the government of the Soviet o 1924, a defeated leader. Many elected, this time by the greatest te cities first. Now we're called on. And will we meet
Union. historians believe Lincoln's great- majority ever given to a New York our goal? just watch our speed!
Saturday was the day of the ess might have been dimmed in governor.
funeral service, and few there were be conflicts over reconstruction A
who did not know the hour of the htfloe h a ewe h .A oenrh otne h e
ndiform and improvement policies of oup and gravies. Melt down meat trimmings and table
arrival of the body in Washington, ates, just as Wilson's prestige .,his predecessor Smith. His achieve- scraps. Add the liquid fat to your salvage can. Take the can
and the hour, of the funeral. During mas lost in the conflict over the. ments attracted nationwide atten- to your butcher when full. He will give you two red points
theseviesth ntio sopedit mgue that followed World War I. ~,,.~tion. As the depression that began and up to four cents for every pound. If you have any
the services the nation stopped its
activity and 'bus Franklin Roosevelt, dying at late in 1929 deepened, his efforts ci.iculty, call your County Agent. This message has been
the departed leader. A comparative- Ile height of his career just aS VIe- tk'. to control the mounting business approved by WFA and OPA and paid for by Industry.
ly small group-about two hundred- Dry was to be achieved over Gerwereily, seemed likely to live in his- tress in his state revealed his abiliofwte it e ous he fourooc ry as a great man. HARRY S. TRUMAN ties as a vigorous leader in grave
of he hit Hose t fur 'clck As the American people from 33rd PRESIDENT OF U. S. times. 100000Mr
when the rites of the Episcopal church jlain Street to Riverside Drive Swept in as President.
were read, but the rest of the nation, may be maintained in helping win Pounds of Used Fats Are
almost to a person, and the rest of toosevelt, their prayers went up the peace. He faces the long-range Needed This Year!
the Allied world as well, followed or his successor, ob of guiding the nation to postwar met in Chicago in 1932 Roosevelt
with their thoughts and prayers. 'or on the shoulders of this slight, economic prosperity once Nazi GerMemorialinto office by a plurality of seven Meoralsevieswee el i te;ray, 60-year-old Missourian had mayadJpnaefnlydfaemillion votes, carrying 42 states. Monticello churches at the hour of ien laid a responsibility such as Known as a plain, modest Both houses went Democratic.
the funeral, and for those not attend- t0 American President had ever man who has not dramatized ing there were similar services on the sorne. himself personally, President
air from every broadcasting station What the consequences of the Truman nevertheless has dem- a wave of bank failures threatin the nation. And on Sunday morn- President's death would be to onstrated on many occasions ened the whole economic strucing, the day of his interment, prayers the United States and the
went up from every church in the world, time alone would tell, and determine torium" order, one of Rooselandin ribte t hi spritand n Bt a Amricas rcovred chairman of the Truman com- velt's first official acts, closed
land in tribute to his spirit and in But as A i ro e
suplcaio fr trngh ndcorae from their first shock at tire mte inheU senate in- albnkutithycldersupplication for strength and courage organized on a sounder basis,
for his successor.nesthyqikydtrie1!du ote
And so our great leader, Franklin two things. The war must be cited as an example of
Delano Roosevelt, has completed his prosecuted to this. And his conduct of the I the spring of 1932 came the
ictrosafnssspsil Vc rsdnyhssonta repeal of the 18th, or prohibi- -.
part of his task on earth, and no one vatig a mst be esbe he c rk s sfll th t
can take his place in the organization
for world peace. But Americans all ih polti lede o tares ery Act, or "NRA," under
can do as he would have requested; And so, regardless of party or of passed and in reconciling op ers erene toete psthey can gird themselves with a new ast political differences, the peo- posing points of view, ent Aerie o pbi wrs
and firm resolve to complete that ie have rallied behind Mr. Truman.
task and to make world peace a The new President faces the im- The 33rd President was born in were authorized to combat un-. From where I sit Zy Joe Mvarsh,
reality,Lamar, Mo., May 8, 1884, although employment, together with
president and to all others who g anticipation in the United Nations
their lives fighting for it. dueprints for a permanent world generations had been on a farm relief.
organization. He likewise faces the near Independence, Mo. The numerous executive and leg- The Cup er
THE HONORABLE DISCHARGE responsibility of establishing work- islative acts of this first term were
EMBLEM ng relations with other members When World War I broke out, approved in general as necessary 'Have a Dream Come True
of the Big Three, so that the per- Truman became captain of Bat- in the face of widespread sufferThe honorable discharge emblem onal cooperation which existed be- terry D i the field artillery of ing. A phrase from one of the will be seen in increasing numbers on ween FranklinT D. Roosevelt, Josef the 35th Division and saw ac- President's speeches, "a new deal," the lapels of civilian clothes. It 3talin and Winston Churchill in tion at St. Mihiel and in the developed into a title for the whole ray that as soon as the children with our own things-talking
eating the Allies toward victory Meuse-Argonne offensive. Roosevelt program. had flown the roost, they were and reading-enjoying my glass
Back in Independence, Truman In 1936 the convention in Phil- going off together on a second of beer, and Jane her buttermilk
and a war buddy opened a haber- adelphia nominated Roosevelt honeymoon take a trip . or -living and letting live. I guess
PiRECEDENTS OUT: dashery business. He married his by acclamation on the first bal- rent an apartment in the city. you can't beat home!"
Throughout his career as Presi- boyhood sweetheart, Bess Wallace, lot. He carried 46 states in the So after little Sue got married, From where I sit, Dee's had a
tent, Franklin D. Roosevelt wvas Iand they have one daughter, Mary elections. This second term ma-. stopped in to say goodbye. Dee better dream come true-the
mown as the "precedent breaker." argaret.
['hat title was first conferred in 1932 Truman later turned to politics jority was so overwhelming that wvas sitting In his favorite chair dream of peace and tolerance
when he flew out to Chicago from, for a career, which started with his many New Dealers began to before the fire, sipping a mellow and understanding that we all
Jbany, N. Y., to addresS the Dem election as County Judge of Jack- call it a "mandate from the glass of beer. And Jane was busy are fighting for, and Praying for,
ratio convention that hid nomi- son county, Mo. In 1926 he became people." During this second with her knitting, just as always. today.
Dted him. It continued after his the presiding judge of Jackson term a great number of mea. They looked about as restless as
sectionn as a result of his informal county, with the endorsement of sures were passed to increase the tabby cat o the hearth.
methods of transacting business. Tom Pendergast, political boss of the economic security of the inmeans the wearer has served in the But it reached a climax in his de- Kansas City. He Studied law at dividual, particularly the work- "Jane and I figured," Dee exarmed forces of the United States vision to seek a third term in 1940 night and supervised the construc- ers, farmers and small busi- planned, "that you couldn't beat
and has received an honorable dis- ind a fourth term in 1944. tion of a great highway system. nessmen.
SNarh S13oaSeri fp Rus-si aer45Churchill ofGreat







FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1945 THE MONTICELLO NEWS FIVE


Mrs. S. D. Clarke Hostess At Luncheon For day morning in Thomasville. c tide ha te id teson J 1. Stveson
~~ D,,. ~ ~ Are Gtseftlfwho numobers ond years of iict No. _'22. i AR
Mrs. W. W. Rose; Officials' Wives Are Guests Mrs. W. L. Wooten anind Mrs. fl l''l'ino lJ'p ~lo ~lul-u37
Martha Jennings spent Sunday aft- ci tx ad the names in which it was Desription of Proite-lot 186 S f RA Mrs. Walter Rose,,ied are as follow: ernoa &t Tochid Cov in SeitingMr ernoon at Thomas City viitn Us I intoate No. 2"2. 1 oxx nehip 2 Nor-th, Rlange 4 East,
president of the Florida Senate, was Mrs. Millard Caldwell, wife of the B. 0. Lewis. ill a .
I e ri noti of I 'operly-Lot 22 In N a as iii which asseissed--o h i o ?m honored with delightful luncheon ooxeior Mrs. Doak S. Campbell on 9 lo.nhip 2 North, lyoo~c 4 Daisybelhe ryso.
gie yMs .D.Cakwf wife of the president of Florida State are ready for market. Rain was .Nione in which assessed- I ca] of leialnce---July 6, 19412.
gie yMs .D lre ieo~ ,r.vn erxi -itfct o 9. ii eto onhp2Nrh IHN~ H
the president-desionate, at her home cllo M E C if o badly needed in this county when liqi a et Pck. lwes iitmn 01 Propety-Part of Lot WITH LSO
here yesterday. the speaker of the house, the the splendid rainfall c Tueda o Isonc,-Jul 7th. 1930 flange 4 East 2 acres.
Tihe Clarke home was attractively wives of the cabinet members, nin______ no pecxn & Oro. iSet 2 Lox fit khie. shIoowrf
decorated ith vared spring flowers, wives of the supreme court justices Ms Noriina f wcCleean left Sr.ne lilt 4 Per lare No 67. In the hall and lvigroom shades ofof sntrwharinaIeofs'ac-tiy6192
lavener hand living romaoe fand wives ofthe sntrwoayinday for Jacksonville after spending Name !in which assessed- Dstlitutionl Of Proetx--N 't Lot .a) thene andq~es rose predominated inl Tallahassee for the session, ten days here. She was accompanied ini Bt 72 111. ;187in ecIato 4arS. owni'Nap 2 N~t
lavnde and rose preomiate inat ans 1"
the bouquetsf. Elaster lilies, Shasta "W~t
Easerliles Shst ~by her brother, Paul. i to soneAuut4h 91 n iinjexhci V1,sed
daisies and red roses were used in 1 tt ptton o1 Protv- -Let 24 Sx d'
the dining room, and magnolia blos- Concert Pe O o ie
Ba dSu d y Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Moore of Tril- 'I,slw hipi 2 North. Range I Eas1tl 4 1a -)f IIsit nice olq 511h.t l iii qs9
soms were arranged on the porch, an re. option opel Lots 101,
whr uehwsserved following Thie Monticello igh School Band, laase ldM.adM~.N B. in whc eel ssl on0 58 ix ush pa k Orh Sotino
where punch was Wilson of Perry visited their sister, (fltrlde oeckwing
luncheon.Cotificate No. 214. I t .3 cS
Recivn- it Mr. lake ndPicet, wllgie. ilope-fl cncrtMrs. C. L. McClellan Stinday anid NYea, .f Ntssince-l-,ty 7th, 1930o N tro ni Mu hchi zisses
Receiving with Mrs. Clarke and Dof 0 f, c n 'it Ilon if (reen.
Mrs, Rose were Mrs, Millard F w Cld- on the lawn of t e court hose Sun- Monday.
Colend. M aneat oh in G 194ry 2f of0.
wfe, oifte speaker of the ee, hose of 0 dy spent Sna with Mr and Ms C. Pt in ich thei y- 54 N rotitt xt ich assesse11~~epresentativcs.Dr and Mrs aJt R. Yories ari itsiaon, 93 s5.,
Groeveyof t cateaee ine me Werslls, I l tipn of P ry-Lot 9 o.
cake, coff etanr e nd. G, Ff Fck atc h ste and sq ii te No. u2a. sI
a r e H r Mt s Eta, 1 0 o x n i p 2 N oma r, kaet .4 E t. R i w a
w i v e s ofs w l t h e s u p e m c o u r j u ti e M i s s, N o r m a o f/1 calell a n l ef t S u n -9 1 1






Mrs. Clare spea e st id ivs h sin a rs p ent T i de sp e ciipei n of Propedti-Lot n1,g 6 i n
Mr.nt aunda Mrsc i. & M rt of Tal.-in ection Nme iii2x'ltich asessed.
undert thehon dietonoyiside



Stockilgvanoe-icocr
Mrsrvce Ros wereag Mrs.e Milar F.lCald
laaseeead r.an rs. N. e Bhi.assed KfteN.29 7h 99





-.e ofl n ucw ssevd ia F ly n dag tr o't clk .-iftelatc No. 213. t'iaii & orchiic Co. in Section 16
ei s f er & heifs t o 1 eai -Juv "ti 920. x sii 2 North, la e Es
Mrs. C.al' L. Mcllla Sudy5n




on to 15.00 'P Dicilttion of Propeltafv-Lwctn Monda
wel wifcan o Orchid Co n Section 1 ie itt dhich asseil the 2 d a 4
i thpoem and rs. Evas Crertn. r d.bs os.
Mediu oTfx hip 2 North aeage k ofa t toee.
repesntties Waukeenah .,. ~fiweNo 29


cNik ito ffehich asandessed- pcwoasane served Mrs.i IF.2FlodRADIOu D r and M rs. J.la R Y oungA and sonio






Beuls.8 to 14.00 folo Ixciesu fi 1". 'enhp2Nrt.la ,IHaf Rbestcows. to 17.00 andi BalI. 1 Prva telition 9f St 192eS.

ci! fct o 4Pecatn & Orchrd Co., in Sectiot 1. Na e nIhih ssssd
No.r1 hcoswell o the U o.1. T u-nsiip 2 Normy, Raan( I East. 5 AILCII
the ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ spn Sunda wit Mr.in andun Mrs. aC.N,10. 1R DO S W






Noul hogs. .to14.25 1,ai inie IIIIDA NIGoed YIIIo
L. Mc4llla anda atene churchC I







No. 3 os. .14.25 t'et,1 ; titi owos~hirv 2 Nctrlbh. Itange 11.1f~lut No. 4 hogs (sold for feeders) 15 15 1 4 l1.t 1s ct.1 All of said poonrt, Ntiig 'Intt heC'~ ~ i 01 ,3T ,ti it h mq Iit ssse- ott (ofrsot State of Iloridn -C. B. S. NetworkNo. 5 hogs (sold for feeders) s15.10 C g l iwnled nrs. DS. H.cBrowniin Jte or tit.as Roiughs 8 to 13.50
Fee pis 96to 1500P
th ede w o d isn a o u d .B l s . 8 to 14.00 i ni. o io ,tft, il), odt lh~h





Sl'Vl(E 17, Alns i 2 ( hie, a( I()e \or b1', do ,
No. 1E hog 14625
No.iict 2 hogs .4:. 14.25






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A CARELESSLY THROWN MATCH CAN CAUSE A MILLION DOLLAR FOREST FI RE!









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N. ope5n-spaced tsad and shoulders llow cooline~~~eee pigs 6o tcuat 17.00. MT C












drawing heat away from >. -v

IT'S SAFETY BONDEDDED
Every cord is bathed in specially compounded
solution that locks the te v el
cords itxrey into layers
of synthetic rubber.
IT'S MILEAGE-TESTED! I
In the laboratory and onsn test tp
the road, U. S.'LRoyal
DeLuxe synthetic tires af
Yra mileage-tested, orof- I a S ,
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synthetic tires, aTre good
tiresE

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ATMO0CO SERVICE STATION
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JT Bo TAYLOR, Manager N
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Monticelloic
r~~~~~~Ya of 1suace Auus 4th,' 1oetsae941.it jotvlla















































TUESDAY . Nor what it lights and every year Floridi ofs 1fo Prop are artnt psosp-rLot 24i
matches tossed carelessly into the under- rosoue
M Y brush cause millions of dollars in damage. a
MAY 1q is decelopment into a gr eat Industrial EinJA~IPForest fires annually burn over areas ieithfoirdpnsonvngear
eSe of these resources in nian new lines of lia. While lightning starts some fires, 'A~~~~ ~Crtfct piNo.ton 214bil.lriasfuueb
and <4f 1uncuyAt, 90
















































rtan is tile chief offender. Burning protettii its forests.
H rahClics or cigarettes tossed from a movresming automobile or along a pathway, an
untended, smoldering camp fire can easily start a raging holocaust.
WSM
Forest rangers have gone to war, too, so OPDV ~there are fewer men available to detect 3"
GRAND OLE OPRY nd fight forest fires. These fires have a
jratrchance than ever to get started
STARS IN PERSON before they are observed.J

*UNCLE DAVE MACON-His Last Tour BE SURE no spark of fire is left in your
URacamp fires, used matches, discarded Nrcigars and cigarettes. Don't let your
-Nationaleriiat No.pio 211.m Fdde A l





















































TEXAS RUBY-The Original Cowgirl Yodelep carelessness deplete our forests, threaten
GABRIEL TUCKER 0 THE FOX HUNTERS lives or property. o ProUR 6 67,
JAMUP & HONEY FORESTS

16MTToENever trust a match to be out

enulAdmisio0 $1.00 sEATS F~OR 3,000 RAKE DOUSE
eTax tcluden Pi s STAMP
P. 3. F eRtIfiAt No.M C1ME
C hP eca n en O rchi C o.- inW S ect on 1






















































Tax included PEARL STN CIRCam Lica
RESERVEDtm S'EA1TS LXTRA NO CONCERT







six THE MONTICELLO NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1945

Clothngrtatton of the program, members spending a seven-day leave with his feet. He was injured in Luxemburg room. So I am really better off
Localcircle discussed informallylarents at Monticello and his e- on January 26th. than I was before. Don't worry about
for some of their experiences with birds lives in Tallahassee. Thmswot nFbuay4h e.AlIwnti ogt akhm
olection for
thaasoo garuovreismeerit
Milleionso fhergadnsJe rtepeopleLveti agadae.o Minclo hrnsthe o ebur 4hwarAl wn i otornc hm k s 4
intheid gardeden h mate of M "Just a few lines to let you know and start again where I left off."
W ar uffrer in rs.Kudr'sHigh school where he received honors that I haven't had much time to Then fromt England, March 12th heIt(, i~
othe damaged ving in football and basketball. write-that is, up to now. I am in wrote: "I have just gotten a bunch of
garden; the persistent woodpecker Before enterin the U. S. Navy L the hospital with fozen feet It isn't letters from you and from Louise.
Millions of people in the war torn that made a hole in the Holmes' con- was a civilian emoployc at Dale Mabry anything like what mry shoulder was. (th fisoice Dcmer n
countries of the world are cold And nice; andi the warblers that delight, field. There won't he any scai~ or anything- feel swell, the best I have felt in a
cothrengare i erca e iStockthreadbtet iin eople ah rep inrdk olness u e br spedin ae vd e this time. I am trying to tell you long time. I am about over the froz-f
oM and Mrs. Noah M. Ragan of that there isn't much of anything en feet, ad I'll soon go back to
this suffering of humanity. Monti- Mrs. Wallace called attention to inine illa have received letters from wrong with me, to keep you from France, I suppose. But the news is
cellosurey wats t shae in tht stoogur overs ithis marete ithu












great work. Every individual can Of the News Letter, especially the their son, Thomas from a hospital worrying so much. I was having" a good now, so maybe it won't be too help by contributing certain types of timely advice on dealing with cut in1 En gland where he has practically timie of it for a while, out in thle cold many more months before it is over recovered from the effects of frozen K end all, but now I am in awai in this part of the world."
good sarden;tthe perssten woodpemerckers




clothing, in wearable condition. The hostess sei'ved delicious cIt
Materials wanted are: garments juice and cake during the social hour. for infants, men and boys, women






and girls; bedding; heavy duty caps R vv lS rie
and knitted underwear; durable ox- in





fords or high shoes with low or mediume heels (must be m~ated and tied At Baptist Chrcn, securely into pairs); good fabrics of -one yard or more. (Evening dresses Revival services are being conducttuxedos, dress suits or high heel eteach day at the First Baptist shoes cannot be used). Church Nith Rev R W. Dickert of
All clothing should be clean, but Daytona Beach assisting the Rev. H.

not be ironed. Services are held twice daily, at
Boxes have been placed in the fol- 12:30 and at 8:30. A short prayer "Guess I'ye ust naturally
lowing stores for collection of cloth- service at 8:15 precedes the evening Rainey's and Milady's Shop. The public is invited and urged to 1 4 '1 Z .,i soon as victory rolls around."

Please bring the contributions at attend these services. once because the time is short.J

Stoks Rcommnds Service ColumnThma wroecooFbrurydth


















Side-Dressings To (Confenued from page 1)
Raise Crop Yields ties for our1 type ofwokas el
as above average living conditions
Reuben is in the best of health and Gainesville, Fla.-Many Florida continues to work inl his usual good farmers can increase their per acre manner. He is an excellent soldhoi anythinglikeywhaimygshouderewas


















yields of field crops with side- and I am proud to have himr in ou ings of fertilizer, W. E. Stokes, State unit for his standards of coopera- Completely so Depts.
Experiment Station agronomist, saidt tiThe from England, Marc 12th heee





















today. to help win the war so that we may t tener Liquid
leterVfr Cleuane ro Luse




















"In many field crop situations," Mr. all return home as soon as possible. sn
Stokes explained, "application of ad- Sincerely %0 B IG S A L D A I I"f But they say it may be 2 toditional fertilizer after the crop is K. M. Hepburn, Captain,, Z E f f 3 years postwar before I
growing will be quite profitable to Ord. Dept., Commanding. hcan get one! Makes a man
farmers and will also help to meet t te isn't much oApril any th i en fet and I'll sog bc t
the need for food and feed in the war Seaman 2 /cul Jesseh H. lervtt, Jr., s o n wQtsit etstpyoanmFrnnIsa
food production program." son of Mr. and Mi's. J. HT Lovett of SCORES OF SPECIALS ON SALE 2 9 his old car!"
"Where row crops have been amply Monticello, has completed his boot alAsk For Our Special Pric Lis
fertilized before or at planting," he training at Bainbridgei Mdf w and is
said, "side-dressings are not very @ 1-Bleach Qt 10c
profitable but with crops that have and- all, btnwIa nn
been only lightly fertilized before fruit t
at planting side-dressings arena juic- a cak duin te s h
doubtedly profitable'.h"niel ew o s ec 5


Ration Calendar

Processed Fod: Blue Stamps
C2, D2, E2, F2, G2, now valid, expire April 28.
H2, J2, K2, L2, M2, now valid, ex- A
pire June 2.
N2, P2, Q2, R2, S2, now valid, ex- "Lickily, I saw my Gulf man.
pire June 30. go fard of I
T2, U2, V2, W2, X2, now valid, ex-HeaiifIlthmraty
onre y ,o m. (Eennldese
























e ocar regularly with Gulfpride*
Meats and Fats Stamps and GulflexI could be
T5, U5, V5, W5, X5, now valid, ex prttUerai ha mn wl
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Y5, Z5, A2, B2, C2, D2, now valid, ls!
expire June 2.
E2, F2, G2, H2, J2, now valid, ex- AKi
pire June 30. X2, L2, M2, N2, P2, now valid, expire July 31. Sl
Sugar 0.
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pounds, expires June 2.
Shoes
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good
Fuel Oil
Periods 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 valid for 10
gallons each. GIVE BLOOD--fixt ;Z
Gasoline o
A-15 coupons valid through June to save a fighter's life
21. Rationing l ules now require that
each car owner write his license n- with the finest lubrication
food poducton prgram.





















her and state on each coupon in his you can't wear a fighter's uni
possession as soon as it is issued to he ter' greater thrill than money can buy and I expect
him byhi lcalraioin bord (ivng blood that will save a fighter's to go on riding for a long
Your mileage rationing record must
be presented to the board when ap- ife. It comes straight from your hear
plying for supplemental B and C gas- (to his heart a return ticket to fe and
line rations. (the land he loves. The little button that
Beer and Malt Beverage and (says "I Gave" is your decoration for
Alcoholic Drink Price Postings s s o
Standard-form printed OPA post- glaty aea ponmn oaFRYU OO
ers showing ceiling prices of alcoholic Sthrough the nearest Red Cross Blood An oil that's TOUGH in
drinks must now be displayed in all Ioo edures
12:3 andat :30.As or ra e dures







































eating or drinking establishments capital letters protects
serving alcoholic beverages for con- against carbon and sludge'
gumption on the premises.
**GULFLEX
Garden Club News See America Late
______FOR YOUR CHASSIS
Founders Circle Knocks out friction at up
The home of Mrs. G. W. Stocking li c
was the lovely setting for the April bWHEN HIGHWAYS
meeting of the Founders Garden Cir- toProtection lu!
cle. Bouquets of spring flowers feat- swill
uring mountain laurel were used ef- b ap a$A a
festively in the living room.andIo Following the roll call, Mrs. R. T. Mlin fA eiaswohv ie
Wallace, chairman, presided over a brief business meeting. Money was and
voted for the purchase of abelia to going to enjoy highway trips doubly,
carry forward the project of planting when victory opens the door to a thouPinney Hospital grounds. Mrs. Brink "Asand national playgrounds and beauty
madea fe rearksregadin Gar IIspots. Greyhound Lines is going to help (len Week, April 15 to 22, so designat, these millions enjoy the land they've
ed by the National President. Season-fuh fo wihnwca es
Splanting was emphasized, pointing s .luxury
to the interest in trees and flowers of our late President Roosevelt as fasteree and morn Caprquettainv,
well as of J. Stanley Morton, founders oIf Arbor Day, whose birthday we observe next Sunday.




Mrs. J. M. Henry gave a most in- orc l


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from Garden Notes dealing with thea bl subject. Following the formal preYou Nee








FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1945 THE MONTICELLO NEWS SEVEN


Mrs.Mahn E tertinsMrs WhidonDie in F. Maxwell, a son, William Denham children, Ernest Faglie and Corrinnec
I
Mrs Maan ntetais Ms. hidon iesin. Miller,, ill, a brother, Frank Maxwell, Davis, all of Monticello.
With P ryo FrdyFort Myers Hospital all of Jacksonville. Mrs. M. H. Wil- Mrs. Davis was a member of the
Pary o Frdayson of Monticello is a cousin. Olive Baptist Church and funeral
I ~ Social Activities_ __S c a A c i ii sMrs. Fred A. Mahan entertained' Mrs. J. F. WIddlon, formerly of services were conducted at Olive

with a Coca-Cola party at her home Woodville, died in a Fort Myers hos- AIMRS. MARY S. DAVIS Cemetery, Friday afternoon, April
______________________ ______________________Friday afternoon hooring a new pital, Monday. I___ 13th by Rev. H. 0. Hughes.
Mrs. E. N. Moline left Tuesday on Mrs. Steve Brooks of Lloyd was a bott, Jr., and her house guest, Mrs. two daughters, Mrs. Hyman Myers her home Thursday, April 12th, at Pl arers wr A. S.crn, C.
a business trip to Mississippi. visitor in Monticello, Friday. Ed Abbott, Sr., of Hollywood, Calif- of Tallahassee, Mrs. R. A. Lawbon the age of 66 years. Mrs. Davis was Saups, . lechwoth W.C.
ornia. of Bonita Springs, three. sons, Eugene the daughter of Mr. and Mrsq fisom
George Cryc spent the week end E. H. Groom of Wacissa made a The living rooms in the Mahan Whiddon, Ft. Myers; Lamar Whiddon Sheffield and was born in Jefferson Van. Wilkins Funeral Home was in with his wife and baby in Crestview. business trip to Thomasville Friday.1home were beautifully decorated and Milton Whiddon, Jacksonville, county January 27th, 1879. charge of funeral arrangements.
M with Chrokee roses, lilies ad other and several grandchildren. The deceased was married on Jan- Among those from a distance atMrs. S. Rissman and Miss Mary Mr .and Mrs. Ernest Clark of Tal- spring flowers. .Funeral services were held at Sar- uary 6th, 1899 to W. W. Davis ,of tending the services for Mrs. Davis
Shelley Carr were visitors in Jack- dis Church yesterday afternoon and Jefferson county. Surviving are a were Mrs. R. C Sanders and her son,
sonville Tuesday and Wednesday. hR. E. Clark, Sunday. of M.ad rs A out inbial was made in Sardis cemetery. daughter, Mrs Pliney Faglie and a L. J. Busbee of Atlanta, Ga., Mr. and
R.s E. Clrk Sunday.n the afternoon. _____- son, Vernice Davis ,and two grand- Mrs. Hiram Davis of Thomasville, Ga.
Mrs. R. R. Thompson and daughter,Catherine Stimson spent the of Lloyd, were business visitors here tin is n t ENTERTAINS AT LUNCHEON Services Held for
Monday. week end visiting friends in Tallahassee.
Moda.hase.Mrs. S. D. Clarke entertained a Mrs. Anna Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Perry and son of group of Monticello friends at lurchQuincy were visiting in Monticello Mr. and Mrs. John Cureton were eon in the Cherokee Hotel, Tallahas- Funera services for Mrs. Anna
Sunday. guests of relatives in Jacksonville see, where she is making her home Maxwell Miller, who had many rena
during the week end. during the session of the legislature. ties in this section, were held in Ulie
Mrs. Arthur Curtis spent a few Going over for the day were Mrs. Jacksonville Tuesday afternoon. Mrs.
days in Jacksonville oil business this Little Emmala Hughes is visiting Joseph W. Pate, Mrs. J. R. Hughes, Miller died inl a Jacksonville hospital 'INDIAN TR E
week, Iher grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Jr., Mrs. R. J1. Taylor, Mrs. J. Al. Sautrday after a short illness.
aSimpson in Tallaassee. Carr, Mrs. Thomas L. Clarke, Jr., She was the granddaughter of ti PATTERN
Mrs. Joe Hughes, Jr., left Tuesday -Mrs. L. R. Rainey and Mrs. J. B. late Capt. D. E. Maxwell, pioneer
for Washington, D. C., to visit Mrs. E. C. Roberts spent the week Brinson, Jr. Mrs. Ray C. Simpson, Florida railroad man and a niece of friends. en- in Lloyd visiting her brother, of Tallhassee, was also a guest. W. MeL. Christie, former speaker of
Johnny Cooksey, and family. ~ .the house of representatives. She i
Mr. Fred Reed of Chattanooga survived by her mother, Mrs. Finl
joined Mrs. Reed and their children
joiedMr. Redan teirchlden Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Sloan of Moul- Methodist Y u gP ol
here last week-end. trio, Ga., spent Sunday afternoon Y n P p
____- tn fins n1eltvs.n va Are Given Fish Fry 35Pc
Miss Betsy Bird of Florida State c fre s Mc
College spent Monday in Drifton with, Mi and Mrs J. Malcolm Morris N
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Preston Mrs. W. W. Alexander of Thomas- entertained the Young Adult Fellow- rA U. SE R V IC E
Bird. 1
Bid.yle spent a few days in Monticello ship of the Methodist Church with a /
this week with her mother-, Mrs. S. fish fry at their home Tuesday eveMrs. John T. Ragan of Midway, D. Clarke. ning. It had been planned to have N
Alabama, was a guest last week end an out-door supper, bit due to the N 7 .4 5
of her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Brinson left last night heavy rains the party was moved in
Mrs. N. M. Ragan of Aucilla. for Florence, S. C., to spend a few doors. ig

Branan lft unda toweeks with her daughter, Mrs. Foun- The class held its usual monthly E h readmk tiigapaac gla~
Mrs. C. D. BrTanyan left Sun'day to tete n aeasrkn perne11 4wf
Monhrs C.san D. lp~y X ia tamn H. May and Sgt May. meeting with devotional, social and N backgound Slute ede.0riefral
join her husband at Chipley. Florida, business sessions combined after the b Flee e s S
where hie ody Mrs. Ernest Clark has returned fish fry. t S Cu
Oilfrom a stay of several weeks with About twenty meobem's pyeal bowl. Cte Moths,
Usher husband, Seaman 2/c Clark, atr at he is fr. Gouse dooration" j~Mrs. Edna Cardinal Williamson of Long Beach, California. Nokomis, Fla., and Rhinelander, Wis- -_consign, GET THE BE FOR YOUR TIRE CERTIFICATE
corsin ws te ues lat eeken Mrs. J. G. Wood has as her guests DORSEY KNIGHT HONORED
of -Mr. and Mrs, Robert E. Clark.
ofMr ad rs Rbet lak for the week end her two daughters, WITH BIRTHDAY PARTY Bring your tire Certifi- 0 Get the Most for Your Certificate
IMrs. R. L. Strickland and Miss Mat- cate to this store and
Miss Audrey Godwin has returnedtiWodfJaknvle
toMoissAdeylodwinespreurned ie Wo fJckovle Mrs. Dorsey Knight entertained get the very best tires Get the Most for Your Money.
to Monticello after spending some hrhsadwt upiebrh
time in Thomasville, Ga., where she hrhsadwt upiebrh
underwenthoaio a whe s Mrs. Ray Simpson and Miss Anna day party Friday night, April 6, at A rchbold .e3
uneren a oertin t rebodSinmpson returned to their home fin the home of her mother, Mrs. Ethel . .
Memorial Hospital. Tallahassee Saturday after a week's Lewis, in Aucilla.
visit here with C. A. Simpson. h at c oilt upieSTO GR AE HNEE EOE 4
Rebert C. Ebbs of Newport, Rhode
Island, arrived this week to spend to the honoree as the guests assembseveral days at the Dixie Hotel. Mr. L Leggett spent the week end in le in a adin rooeoeh
Ebbs has been spending the winter Apalachicola where they visited A. ilesLl Gifts were presented by Onnie
L. Leggett, Jr., at the Army camp. Smith and Porkey Knight who prosented them CRo t gaily decorated
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Mrs. Effie Hloures of Baton Rouge, Mrs. Elizabeth W. Starbird and wagon ly.c wheelbarrow. La., and Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Stewart daughter, Betty, of Green Cove ult including a beauti- I
of Mcomb ityMiss, attnde tin friendsnts andud- relatives i Monti

funei l of Mrns Wpen W e Al e n er of d T hmasville spentle~ a~fnh, fewie daysnig 0 inr Monticello-1

















r sister, Mrs J. E. visiting her mother, Mrs. J. F. Wils Ms. EtelT
fo Fls orene S. aivs C.,ee toe spend ales fewaTra















S their ates. Lewis and r Dorsey Knit Plies-Giv greater strength and safety
than ever before tay o
hers husbandn2 Seama 2/c ClarkTiat












Friends of Mrs. A. J. Grant will; Mr. and Mrs. Hiam Davis of tCerodcal, Needed
regret to learn thft she is a patient Thomasville and Mrs. R. C. Sanders were Mrs. Elizabeth Rya, Miss .
in Finney General Hospital, Them- and L. J. BSth of Atlanta attended Grace Ryan, Ms Msrrwn, B aMville, where she underwent an op- funeral services for Mrs. WM W. Davis A. Humphrey. Marn Eairbeth Brown, ration the first of the week. at Olive Cemetery near Monticello Kel Brown, Jamei nOom, Florence
Friday afternoon. Wood, Lorene Wood, Mildred Wood,
Mrs. A. B. Thompson of Jackson- Ashley Wood, H. M, Knight, Conie
yulle spent thev week end here with s Mrs. E. B. Adams has returned Smith, Mrs. John Knio Pnr.ey
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. CharlieBfrom a delightful two weeks visit Knight, Mrs. Robert Tuttle, Mr. and Clark. SheL was accompanied by her with her daughter, Susetta, in Holly- Mrs James Lewis, and Mary Ethel, sister-in-law, Miss Miriam Thomp- wood. During her stay, she visited Mrs. Ethel Lewis, and and Mr. and son. in Miami and other localities inl Mrs. Knight. P.ANKIN & WILLIAMS, Owners MONTICELLO, FLORIDA
South Florida. --- - --- - --
M.Lgts. B. F. Lanier and children,c Sandra and Bruce, of Jacksonville, Lieutenant Hal P. DGee arrived spent the week end in Monticello with Tuesday from Savannah to spend two the former's mother, Mrs. J. G. Walk- Iweeks' leave with Mrs. Deke, who or. Sandra remained here for a! makes her home here with hei' par- La moda Americana . Have a Coke
longer visit, eats, Mr. and Mrs. R e Clark. Lt. (THE AMERICAN WAY)
Friends of Mr.Aand Mrs. Dekle plan to spend several rr to McMullen, extension conser-days visiting relatives in Marianna 'ationit and A. W. OSteen, assist-a
ant extension poultryman, met with Sergeant E. G. Clayton, Jr., is leavE. N. Stephens in Monticello, Friday.ing today after a few weeks' visit at They talked to the 4-H1 Club boys in I home. He reports to anl at-my liesthe Monticellot school. pital in Colorado Springs, Coloradlo.
for further treatment of frozen feet
Dr. Kenneth It. Williams, of Athens sufrddrnoheivso fGr
viollgia, visited his mother, Mis J manys. E F. Williams, here, Sunday. Dr. Wil-ha as, who is dean of education at Mrs. D. A. Finlayson, Mrs. David the Universty of Georgia, was en Winans and Mr. Arthur Watson left roi to Tallahassee to attend ao ed- by motor Saturiday morning for New national meeting held there Monday. York. Mrs. Finlayon expects to re,main there for some time for special
s. and Mrs. M. J. Eppes of Talla- 'medical treatment, and Mrs. Winans hMssee visited their daughter-in-law, and Mrs. Watson will return after a Mirs. lanes Eppes Sunday afternoon few days. at the home of her parents, Mr. andA
Mrs. W. L. Stelts. James Eppes is Mrs. Thomas B. Bird was in Jacknow serving aboard an LSM (Land- snvillT Saturday to attend the wed-Mah ing Ship Mediu) in' the South Paci- dingh of Mrs. Josephine Coats to Capitat Daniel Rudolph Desmond. The
wedding ceremony was performed in
Mrs. Jessie D). Tho n ee garden of Mr. and Mrs. Leo P. worker for the Florida Power and Kitchin, Saturday afternoon. Mrsno
Light company, was a visitor in Men-eHanrsrTh, mother of the bride ticello Friday. She attended theAand cousin of the Birds, accompanied. Bethel Home Demonstration club in Mrs. Bird on the return trip and isIsom the evening, giving a food dLmonstra- at her plantation near Greenville. tion for the members. W d J o l o J a 79
CHARLES DUNCAN'S NINTH
Lloyd Gahi of Orlando, Principal BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED
E. L. Jones of Leon High School, Tal- A a
lahassee, and L. E n Charles Duncan celebrated his
lahassele, were visitors in Monticello ninth birthday with anr afternoon People overseas are impressed by the Amtericgrn fighting man's friendliness I
Wednesday. Mr. Gahr is governor party at his home, Wednesday, April of the Florida district of Kiwanis and 11th. among his fellows. Tbey see his home-ways and custocs-his good humor.
all the visitors attended the meeting After playing several games theta e o da t
of the local club. ,Fchildren were served ice cream, caate Have a Coke they hear him say to his buddies, and they begin to understand
dand candy. They pretty birthday cake
Mrs. Thomas B. Biid left Monday was white and decorated with yellow America. Yes, thepause That refreshes with ice-cold Coca-Cola speaks of the
for MEultriN, Ga., to visit her brother candles and lettering. AMM Be Van Dalsem, who is at. Charles' guests were Shelby Joan friendliness of Main Street and the family fireside.
home on furlough after spending a James, Mary Ann James, Car- l
v ear' in China. Mr. Van Dalsom who elyn Ward, Jasmes Ward, Marie Reich- BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY called by its friendly abbreviation
is in the Naval Air Force, was on a ert, Martin Clayton, Douglas Elhoff, 'pocial mission in China and spentEndel Raulerson, Buddy Clark, Mac MONTICELLO COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPAVY actof" BThathe qua-oalitympro.
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several days in Washington before WrJight, Charles Harrington and Harreturning to MoltrieJ. old Shuman. R J945 ThT CaC Co.




The Monticello News, Monticello. Fla. Friday, April 20. 1945


Might This Thing Be V PROVED SEWING CIRCLE PATTERNS
Cled Emancipation? III UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL

An officer who had been through' lesson D o mpet Farite Year
the North African campaign made S L e
the remark that this war had
anade quite a difference to the posi- By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST D )
~kirn c Arb woen her.02 The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. iAReleased by Western NewsaPer the
-For centuries," he said, "when
an Arab family was on the move,
the man rode the donkey and the
woman walked patiently behind Lesso subjects and scripture texts am, carrying the luggage. Butinternational Wail carroostging the reggg. u Jiffy Dinner Hel Lynn Chambers' Council of Religious Education; used by
when our troops got going there em oa
was a big change. True, the man Woman Who Holds Point-Saving Menus
stiB rode the donkey-but the THE FOUNDING OF THE NATION
wanan walked in front." An Outside Job Braise Lamb Liver8
"So our boys taught them that with Fried Onions
Swa 'dies first'?" he wasTEXT-Righteusness exalteth a
g wa 'ldis frs'?"hewasCrame Ptates Spalad nai-o but ,in is a reproach to any people.
Jellied Grapefruit Sld -Proverbs 14:34.
"Wen, Idon't know. She walked Caramel Rolls Beverage
rm :front because there might be Custard Pie God has a purpose for the tves
kndmins. of men and of nations. Happy are
li9ad ines. 1 lK
_____________________In making the potato souffle, those who seek His gu1idance so that
______________________leftover potatoes may be used, Or, their lives may be directed in right
5N G~~~~~~~~~us evening to use in the souffle; o' hefl ups o sal
SNAPPYwhich we noted in our lesson of last ABOUT / Potato Souffle. week, could only be worked out in
~--~-~~ 2 tablespoons butter or substitute a nation which was separated unto RUBERJAX
RUBB R ~ 3Acup ot ilkHim, following holiness in its life
_ _ _'3 cups hot mashed potatoes and service.
"~~ ~~i u icdoinMoses, one of the greatest and
Potato souffles, made in individual 2 teaspoons salt most able figures of all history, was
cups, are fluffy and golden brown. 1/4 teaspoon pepper God's appointed leader. His success
ecentThey're nice to serve with point 3 egg yolks is explained by his willingness to fol
dantatgenthat sytets eaycld meats for ladies' lunch- 3 egg whites low God's leading. He sought:
demonstrated that synthetic eayc
Izork tires show slower wear eons or evening dinners. Melt butter, combine with milk, 1. God's Counsel (18:19).
n ess tread-cracking when mashed potato, onion and sea- Jethro, the father-in-law of Moses,
*pena a tednring hanr Women have certainly shown oig.Whptgte utlsot having observed how he was bur- 26
0parating at night than dur. thmevsaatbedrn oig.W ptgteruilmoh
Sag daytime service. AtmoseWf eafar f19
g dytitm e rs rv es wt r t hm e le s a dapt a n w r and f ulty. B eat egg yolks and add denied constantly by ttemperatures
g ten pera s er time there a n mn y h o ae to first m ixture. Beat egg whites the people, cam e to offer him ad-this
liference in service. os a hom an ir stiff and fold carefully into potato vice. He started in the right place,
di~rec n ervcetaay. You s caIb mixture. Bake in a buttered cas- by urging Moses to continue to seek
t~aohrrbe omdte, sure thttoe 'serole or individual casserole in a God, yes, to spend even more time Baby's Wardrobe
their rubber commoditiestE wardrobe for
By to extend serviceability. Avoid n om an leda le i the favorite in every family.
gtaring by putting on and removing coo4nd gd m an guidac e in the
abber footwear carefully; wash wise they're out brown. his 1304 Tiny first clothes are such fun to
maw surfaces after each wearing; working and car- Quickie Dinner 111 o f n tu h/
drsyoulinings in rom temperature; yn na h w iei osattuhwt h ae n aywl okaoal
dralbecoreningsinro epae ryn ont the Broiled Lamb Patties throne of God. Much of the failure in these dainty little garments.
mw %we too dry, dowark place b homepfront, tohoecokn Hashed Brown Poatoes of our day centers right there. We Bolero Fashion's Pet The .dress and sunsuit are edged
maeFresh Peas and Carrots talk much to other men about our HE youthful bolero outfit is a in c ra-the slip and panties in
Ism folds or wrinkles, dinners and seeing that everything Apple, Celery, Nut Salad national and international problems. T fashion pet this season. It will narrow lace.
is spic and span "as usual." Oatmeal Bread with Apple Butter There are multiplied meetings and be smart made up in checks, C*
J; 7 x a To those who do double duty, ordi- Fresh Fruit Cup conferences. They do have value, polka-dots or plain fabrics, high- Pattern No. 1296 Is designed for sizes 6
S nary, long drawn-out recipes are of or but very little, unless there is a lighted with giant ric rac trim. A months, 1, 2 and 3 years. Size 1. dress.
no hl.Tesipydon't have the Strawberries seigof God's will button-back blouse is included in requires 1 A yards of 35-inch material;
hielp the fu swimpl seekingmal slip and pantie, 1%i yards; sunsuit. ji,
mtim e ousriths foo.Yt, ea lsan Lamb patties are usually prepared A day of national repentance and the pattern. yard.
by the butcher and they may be prayer would do for than
gooda' to nu look at.lpe broiled as they come or wrapped many weeks of discussion and de- Pattern No. 1304 is designed for sizes current war conditions, slightly more time
maei es arenhu.Te ihbao fbt.W ed ose o' on 12, 14, 16, 18 and 20, Size 14, skirt sld is required in filling orders for a few of
filtod a's e eulii ao si uly p owints pe m t b Aco ifbe. W ne d t s ek G 's c u bolero, requires 23's yards of 35 or 39inch the m ost popular pattern num bers.

and can help those of You who work you start broiling Note that the coming of Moses to to trim.
H G~ di c sil lveu t yurreuttin sthe patties, chop God concerned the daily affairs of fabric;_bluse______ards;___yads_____ra SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN DEPT.
a good cook, cooked potatoes ~his people. That remitis us that not53SotwelStChcg
with a bit of finely minced onion only the life of our nation, but that Many Cross-Country Radio Enclose 25 cents in coins for each
Quickie Dinner 1. and start frying in hot fat until well Of our own homes-and our personal ptendsrd
Limaburgers with Cheese browned. Peas and carrots will cook beings-all need God's counsel. Programs Sent Via Wire Pattern No. size .
or Egg Sauce and be ready at the same time as To aid Moses in administering the Name.
Buttered Noodles Broccoli meat and potatoes cook. Cut or pre- affairs of the nation, Jethro recoin- Millions of Americans do not Address .
Raisin Bread Sandwiches pare fruit for dessert while main mended the appointment of men who realize that many radio programs
_________________________Wilted Lettuce Salad part of dinner finishes cooking. were -to serve as: they hear travel greater distances_______________Whipped Gelatin with Cream Quci Dine IV 11. God's Counselors (18:20-24). over telephone lines than through
Beverage Quci inrI.There has been not a little criti- the air.
Oatmeal Cookies Green Peppers Stuffed with cism of Moses for accepting this ad- For example, a network proYOU MARRIED Limaburgers. Corned Beef Hash vice. It is pointed out that when gram that originates in New York
11l t(Serves 6) SlcdWhole Kernel Corn God puts heavy burdens on us, the and is heard in San Francisco
SlcdTomato-Lettuce Hearts way out is not to shift the load on through a local station is transjoMR.GLIf cup dried lima beans Bran Muffins Spread someone else, but to seek God's spe- mitted some 3,000 miles by wire
Y4A"2~ cup meat drippings Stewed or Canned Fruit cial grace to bear it and to do it but less than 30 miles by radio
%a. "GAY"? 1 small onion, chopped Beverage Cookies
1 CUP, finely chopped celery acceptably._______________waves._____'A cup flour Stuffed Green Peppers. There is value in such an interprneLo-piiedMod cpmik(Serves 6) tation; but when one considers the
Low-Spirited Moods 1cpml
iMa IFligue Are Often Symptoms 1 egg, beaten 3 green Peppers devout and careful approach of Jethof Constipation I 11/2 cups fine bread crumbs 1 can corned beef hash ro to the matter (vv. 9-12) and his
Mar Constipation take Nature's 1/ cups grated raw carrot 2 tablespoons butter or fat evident desire to glorify God in it all,
there is ground for believing that he This Package contains a combination of minerals Produced
elemcopoundd bynaturealorawithnoe prenocil de130nbay (no Tabels). ontanno tasonssl Cut peppers lengthwise in halves; was giving Moses good advice. grdie nomaonmde drugsonan. wh yo mti a iny
ativ iN lne ts e d e D ash of black pepper rem ove fiber and seeds. Drop into differ tdin at, a c drinh Crazy
The grea unorgnize hoste ofaut poslin wate Waer dayin water, ojint ielions whave dikazyke
--oct il.NrmTlt adrel entcu hppdsltdpent biig ae andlt stand 10 min, sibly two million people were going wther as ofltaer troules = e but osurely Chay Wnater
-ar dilerent. Purely vegetablea stbiation of 10 vegetable In- Prepare evening before: Soak utes. Drain and fill with corned beef through a very difficult experience, timutes thr ma lesng channely-kidneyasei
adint formulated over 50 years beans for several hours i cold bash. Dot tops with butter. Place in Twnsa inea minsin CrazyWaerbrns siv
aga9=1ld rcadacatdotertedr tendaiorh rsltcsandysin n srfecodatedaleimniton r theirbins oitv
qcaUimis deed andy hooth edtr wtrhndan cover with boil- shallow baking pan in a moderate. often over trivial things, which need- benefits in faulty elimation, th cause and aggravating
yt ing water and cook in a covered ly hot (425 degrees) oven for about edto to bestle.Fral hstocm ma xcs c dityc et packguie o rdz aer cystalsn
e eisdependable, thorough yettyurdu toetdy
Get a 250 Convincer boz. saucepan for 30 minutes. Drain and 20 minutes. toMeseeed urale; the:Take only As directed rub through sieve. A little cream added to the corn foa oser menwercoen tdirec ted
dME 3Z-087; TOMORROW ALRIGHT T ae'ugesIi iafoeohrmnweecoe ob
D-ff~M7r TMOROW ARIGT T mae 'brges, ix imawill give it flavor. This vegetable counselors to the people, interEGETABLE LAXATIV beans with meat drippings in a can heat while the green peppers preting for them the law and the
saucepan, add on- bake. Salad and fruit may wi of God.
5ion and celery dished out while the cooking is be- ______________and saute unil ing done. While each of us should carry
every God-given responsibility with eld n ean gladness, that does not mean that
ln we are to assume that only we are
in.l ingredient nd tends t
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_____e______ J_____ crumbs. Fry in bacon drippings "' K if older Christians hold on to every ~ ~"
until browned on both sides. To job in the church? Let us train
s i rsponsiiity. Counsel, encourage,
eggs, chopped, into hot white sauce.
use up gatedAmercanpray, direct if need be, but do not cheese in white sauce. wa
Quickie Dinner II. Mashed lima beans combied with Now we come to the solemn and
crucial moment when God was ready
Potato Souffle with Sliced Cold Cuts good seasonings and white sauce, to establish His people and they were Green Beans are formed into patties to give a ready to accept:
Tossed Spring Salad meat-like but meatless main dish. 111. God's Covenant(13-)
Rye Bread Butter
Quickie Dinner V o
Cup Cakes with Chocolate Sauce meeting place before Mount Sinai,
Beverage .Broiled Fish Fillets where the Lord was to give them '"
/________________Potato Chips Carrots Lyonnaise His law (Exod. 20), they made a Sol-.I.
Hot Biscuits emn covenant with God. '~j"'
LynSasTmt Honey1
gSalad with Thousand In preparation for it He reminded
them of what He had done for them bHepigvupeir ho cookingg
dinerse r ng a Broiled Grapefruit Halves In the past. God is the unchanging
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ishable. Refrigerate them care- toward them in the past, they could k
fully and cook slowly to get the New carrots can be prepared enter the future confident of His most out of your food. quickly and are tasty if the follow, blessing. And so may we!
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case at oe,"and dress with cutorced Dash of pepper tory-and that of the
MDifiorter's Antiseptic Gil.Thls h cut urfes anedepsin cret 2 tablespoons butter or substitute have been had they kept their prom-Adets'dnifc
*Jld reliable stand-by the tectsraeanheppr aowscetdbyaetitfrperlosesi o alog-xprienced vent vitamin destruction 2 tablespoons boiling water Ise.
madioad surgeon. is wonder- Shell peas or beans just before 3/8 teaspoon salt We lament their failure, but what Sn h atums rlinecnit
Rw5y soothing, and tends to cooking to prevent air from de- 1 teaspoon minced parsley about us who are so highly favored enr with utmost gentleness.
S e imn C. Wash carrots, but do not scrape. 1 Scrupulouscleansing.Yourteethhave
Cep it on hand fordipings
Asogancy use in taking care Use as little water as possible lengthwise into eighths and Place in Following the making of the cove- a notably dean feel after using Calox.
finncburns, bruises, abra when cooking leafy vegetables, heavy saucepan. Cut onions into nant (which God will one day fulfillcholped
adsone, chsafing, sunburn, non. After washing vegetables such matchistick (long, slne)pieces in spite of their failure), we have 2. stainloosgens ca pla ue. ac
as spinach and cabbage, let wa- and add to carrots. Add all other the giving of ryn o de.
~s~i-ete. hre ifernt ten cling to the leaves and do not remaining ingredients, then cover ments, and the establishment of Is- 3. Made by McKesson & Robbins,
it2,urdrgsor.add any more when cooking. and cook for 4 to 5 minutes. Re- rael's center of worship in the tab. Bridgeport, Conn.-a laboratory with
Hands off-when caring for move lid. Allow water to evaporate ernacle. It was the dwelling place over 100 years' experience in making
--vegetables. Bruising causes rap- and vegetables to brown lightly, of God among His people. Houw fine drugs.
id vitamin loss. Serve at once, precious!
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future of wheat in this section than
ORiTlSociety Farm News- the current net return per acre.
Betty Stokley spent the afternoon (continued from page 1) 27 Years Ago.L ~ E. F ii LI I ~ in homasvwere eekueday viitr inPlYhnteeiue eoevial.Tmahre thygo-t ten h
in Thomasville Saturday. M acre of this field of wheat to that of
Nell Whittle and Virginia McI an outstanding field of oats will be (Continued frcm paje 11
Ttosh were week end visitors in Pel- reported later in this column, if and ham. when the figures become available. Tampa where they go to attend the
Mary Ann Clarke spent the week On a per bushel basis, farmers in state convention of Christin EnSpring Football Drills STAFF Notice to Parents of end in Thomasville. the U. S. as a whole generally have deavror.
Sprin--g- F bA birthday party was given in hon- received over twice as much for Friends of N. C. Carithers, formEditor-in-Chief--Ava Ruth Sawyer New First Graders or of Beverly Snoddy and Melba wheat as for oats. The five year erly of this city, have received word
Spring football drills began last Assistant Editor--Beverly Patterson Smith, Friday night out at the Smith average before World War I was 88 that lie has been drafted annd is
week with many new candidates re- Society Editors--Nell Whittle, Mary home. cents for wheat, 34 cents for oats. now in Camp Gordon enjoying army
porting for practice along with a Ann Clarke It is requested that you enroll your, Lee-Lee spent the week end in For the five years preceding the pres- life.
few of the old guard. The interest Class and Club Editor--Violet High- child now at the high school office tT'ville too. She attended a Tri-Y ent war, the averages were 84 cents In Dawson, Ill., Miss Myran Coop. shown by these newcomers has been tower for the first grade next year if the meeting. for wheat, 34 cents for oats. For the er brought a breach of promise suit
very great and shows that next year's Tvpists-Bettilee Bird, Virginia Mc- child will be six years old prior to year of 1944, wheat brought about for $35,000 against Thoms Peddie.
squad will be large and vigorous; if Intosh. December 15, 1945. This early en- Some Baby $1.45 a bushel, oats about 74 cents. The court awarded her $2.98 after
lacking a little weight. The summer Circulation Mgrs.-Robert Linton, rollment will enable the child to be B y
months should see many of the small- BetItkl noldwthtahradt cnw Betty: Uncle Louis, did you know Deduction of the estimated cost of Ithe defndanit proved hie vrasn't ato- Betty Stokely enrolled with teacher and to acknow- that a baby was fed on elephant's production leaves a net return per ways "mentally responsible". The
er one pick up quite a few pounds Gossip Editor-Emmala Pate, Willie ledge his coming to school days with milk and gained twenty pounds in a bushels of about 55 cents for wheat Red Cross benefitted by the trial to and report in the fall as very fitting Gus Boland a short introduction period this few weeks? and 29 cents for oats. This when the extent of $70.50. The court percandidates. The prospective back- Love-Lorn-Bettilee Bird spring with his coming school exper- oats yield twice as much per acre- mitted them to charge an admisfield candidates have been working Joke Editor-Eleanor Folsom. ience. Uncle Louis: Nonsense! Impossible! and they generally do-they pay bet- sion fee from the public.
out this past week with drills for Spanish and Latin Editor-Evelyn The month of April has been set Whoe bay elephant's baby. ter than wheat in the U. S. as a --linemen to start in another week. Blair. aside for these registrations; the co- whole. / John Conniff Died
The all-important position for Sponsor-Mrs. Baxter. operation of the parents of all pro- Aren't We All Prices in the South are even more
which there are a great number of ---- ---- spective first grade pupils will be Back from your holiday, eh? Feel favorable to oats, particularly in In Hollywood Home
candidates has been emphasized in greatly appreciated. Registration any change? Florida. Last fall, in sharp contrast
the past week's drills and for the Senior Personality hours will be observed during school Not a enny- to the U. S. average of only 66 cents, John Conniff, 72, died at his home
present week ball handling drills and Th week's a tt hours and also on Saturday mornings Florida farmers received on the av- in Hollywood, Fla., Sunday afternoon.
running drills have featured the free person ofs or ithe clas ea from 10 till 12 noon. First on His List erage $1.32 per bushel for oats. That Funeral services were conducted at
practices along with passing drills Fussy Aunt: "What brought you to 'price was equalled by no other State the Ojus Baptist Church, Tuesday afSoe f logwhole is particularly fond. His good anid reflects the local demand for im- ternoon anid burial was in the Dania
Some of the boys who have been try- nature combined with all of his other The Latest! town, Henry?" a e rw
ing out are George Mills, Eugene character traits, makes him a per- Henry: "Oh, I just came to see the proved varieties of oats for seed. cemetery.
Blackmon, Luther Davis, Henry son of likeable qualities. As for hisSights and I thought I'd call on you Wheat in the same period, brought Mr. Conniff was a native of JefferReams, Tom Reams, Jimmy Black- scholastic accomplishments, he gets Wonder what was Melba's motive first." son county and is survived by a bromon, Bill Oglesby, Buster Bullock, along as well as anyoneida) $1.66 a bushel, only 20% more there, Thomas Conniff, of Aucilla.
Jackie Hamilton, John McClellan, course. He can, to a certain extent, party. We understand Hoot was in- Baptist Church tan F risers revedefor Surviving also are a daughter, Mrs.
Surely upon his striking personality to vited, tho' prices prevail, D M Martin, and three sons, J. E.,
Dunlap, Robert Dixon, Ronald Hunt- g along. it must've been wonderful HRevival Meetings w J. R. and Jennings Conniff, of Miaca.
get aln.Ouidn, Hold insv Meetingsrfu crop in this section.J.RanJeigsCnfofMm.
Two of last year's first team who Heoloves a joke but is careful that to have Ambrose home this week-end.Ri How long they will prevail, is aln CARD OF THANKS
Twoof astyea'sfirt tam hohis jokes hurt no one, anid the re- :Well, well! We didn't know 'tl The Rev. Dickert, our own Miss other question. Unless greatly imwill not return next year have been marks he makes are jestful, not sar- just Fri. nite that John L. and Von- Dickert's Dad, is the guest of the r helping out in teaching some of the castic. Never once has he been cile L. had upacase, Seems it's a First Baptist Church this week where proved varieties of oats are forth- We wish to thank our many friends boys a few of the tricks of the T known to deliberately hurt someone, bad case! t coming from experiment stations, for the floral tributes and for other
know to elibratey hut Soeone badcasethere are services every nite thrun'p formation which was instituted hereA Va., doesn't billy love you any Sunday, April 22. Everyone, regard- and as growers save more and morse expressions of Sympathy in our re.
for the first time last fall. These two in this world arnd have many friends. more? We understand that he hasn't less of denomination, is cordially in- o Iteow sedl hae y to onpete o n T er alemfMrs. Mary Sheffield boys are Sonny Noegel and Bill A- At school he has a crowd of ad- cale inoei ek vited. Come rain or Shine, there will utmtl ilhv ocmeeo h aiyo r.Mr hfil
derson; Bill who was last yea mi both girlsuand boys, to sayo What's the matter, Henry? Was be churches i 3 d tMt nde 80 the market as a feed crop. That Davis.
quarterback has been a great help tiotug of the faculty. P M. We might add tha theeerecen ai drpipie o foer hand, wheathose candidates, there too much competition for the e ces at 8:15 P.50 percent. On the other hand, wheat,
What a nice place the world would ole boy in the show, Mo. ? prayer s rvices atas:15seebM.opso enjoy the same
It is hoped that many of the boys be and could be if we all tried to be Lee,-- position now held by oats, if Sandin junior high will turn out for the as straighforward, square, friendly Lid you I ford-or some new variety-will
team next year and wvil report for and as tactful as he! in T'ville? Hm- mm Did you get Subscribe to yield up to 25 bushels per acre. The
the drills this spring. A big squad' a cup and Saucertoa ieetN w
te c tito andb rge Last week's taher personality from him? I declare she has all ready The M yield obtained on the Fagie planting
sive athletics in the school. Prti-iwas miss Scurry. satdhousekeeping! Sounds bad!Jwl eabte niaino h
cipation in athletics should be the wsMsScry
aim of every physically able boy in
the upper six grades. Senior News
The Football Schedule Completed At a cla1.1 meeting Monday mornSept. 28 Leon B at Monticello ing, the class elected "Sawyer" as
Oct. 5 Jasper at Jasper chairman of the class night program 01 21
12 Madison at Monticello which io to be held on Thursday night
19 Perry at Perry preceding graduation.
26 Cross City at Monticello The play cast is getting- up little
Nov. 2 Madison at Madison outing Monday afternoon. As yet,
9 Cross City at Cross City we don't know what the outcome will
16 Jasper at Monticello be.
23 Quincy at Monticello Our next important feature is Don Ponce De Leon Found
29 Perry (3 P. M.) Monticello Senior Day. Alice H., Hoot W., and
,Violet H. have been appointed as the Place Here! C
Senior Play Big Success committee to work on the plans. Florida has come a long way.

The Senior Class of 1945 has pre-red boots, seated most successfully their an-l
nual play production with a very At the last Tri-Y meeting held oo)
highly entertaining presentation of April 16, we invited our prospective y as a state. If not altogether
'No Bride for the Groom." The title members, who were Beverly Snoddy, a happy birthday, it is an impressive one
suggested a romantic plot which ac- Peagy McClellan, Harriet Brown -nd one which calls for reflection.
tually was quite complicated as Joe Marcelie Shuman, Ouda McClellan, The immediate thought is that FlorTreadwell and Sonny Noegel as Gwen Hatchett, Mary Ann Clarke,
Squire Prindle and Herbert Prindle Vtosh, Betty Stokely, A. id sl
(father and son) were chased after is a correct thought. It is, however, i
by several of the fairer sex; how- IDrn h ncigw rultu
by evra o te firr ex hw-old business which included the fifth adequate to stop here. What Florida has
ever true love won out in the happy and sixth and fourth gd. ending in which all was bliss. i h ati neetn.W.
endin in hichall as biss, to be postponed until April 27. Ii h uuei
A very nice turnout at the after-important.
Avrnietrotathafe- We have decided upon our club- IFlorida, most Floridans agree-and it ---------
noon and evening performances made houSe which was gladly given us by
the play a big success financially as is a View shared by Much of
well. If future projects which will be reveal-:' le -has the brightest future of any state
The cast which featured robust ed later Our project for this week in ts
humor chiefly furnished by Ava Ruth and one we hope to continue is to
Sawyer and George Arrants in their write a Bible verse or thought for the climate, which Will increase in appreCiaroles as Sophia Selby and the colored day on the blackboard of each home tion as the years go on. It has builtfine
servant were the highlights of the room. it .
amusing comedy production which'adatatvadprseoscis.
amusig coedy roducion hich Mrs,. Baxter- explained to the pledg-habru tfow devlpd nd x-5edi duic
was ably coached by Miss Martha
es what is meant by being a Trina
Knoblock and Miss Maida Harring- member and also explained the put-.panded its unique and still yet hardly : IIatri
ton.touched agricultural empire. It has The romance which saw Evelyn we had refreshments and then closed Merous natural resources Still untapped.
Blair successfully lure and trap Son-' with the Tri-Y prayer and Tn-Cl
ny Noegel away from Emmala Pate
was the chief dramatic event as Em-to go. To attain it mala had him up to the altar and possi
then events interrupted to prevent Soothing Sally ess, it must realize that so far as act o- a
the marriage. The love of the aged
Joe Treadwell and the graying Ava Dear Soothing Sally,
Ruth Sawyer was the rocky road to I've done all I can do-now it's u.at the beginning. The first 100 years, in
romance; however following the old to Gwendolyn. First, she dated Joe this instance, are noise the hardest.
saying it turned out to be true love. T. and lost her pocketbook; then she U.
been sitting with him right regularB3AND yinteso.WamutIdtoFlorida is just at the beginning. Pe(aregain her love and admiration? ple are only now beginning to know how
In response to a number of re-lBashful and Embarrassed Henry to t e n ohe t d
quests, the Monticello School Band is Dear Bashfil and Embarrased Hen s
giving an outdoor concert Sunday, I guess by now you've tried eve sie m t. e a
April 22. This concert will be held thing but some "come, hither" psw
on the Court House lawn at 4:30. fume-you might give that a o try. nState's citrus and agricultural products.


mebrol war prevents the usual cenPegytennial celebration for Florid. It doe Mot, wever, obsac wat the Otate has
edone or what the State may do.
ina Florida has lifted itself from swan
Christie Hall B u s re nd slaery to such Settings s Coral

cables, the Bok Singing Tower and tne
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