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The Monticello news
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Monticello news (Monticello, Fla.)
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Monticello, FL
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v.60 no.43 May 11, 1945


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Mrs. J. M. Morris !GASOLINE SALES IN Receive News Of Raymond Thompson Is State Board of Health Brings Magic

Is Parent-Teacher JEFFERSON COUNTY German Surrender omciany Rerorted DDT Spray to Jefferson County This
; Jeferon cunt cosumes pt- Killed In Action
'45-46 President chser 03,00gaHons M nse t Ii Week in Malarial Control Campaign
.during the month of March, accord- Mrs. J. M. Thompson has received
Installation of officers for the ing to the report issued by the in- Jefferson county celebrated V-E official notice from the War Depart- May 27th Is Date f Florida's fight to control malaria
1945-46 school year marked the meet-spection bureau of te department of Day quietly, and in keeping with the meant that her son Raymond Thomp- 7 h fOr by attacking the adult malaria bearing of the Parent-Teacher Associa- agriculture, Tallahassee. proclamations sof the president and son, was killed in action September Memorial Service for ing mosquito with the new, worldtion held Tuesday afternoon in the: The amount of kerosene purchased the mayor, the spirit of the occasion 8th, 1944. Raymond, who was serv- exciting DDT this week was extended
elementary school auditorium. Prof. in the month was 27,267. The bureau was more one of thanksgiving than of ing in the European theatre of war, Cpl. Samuel T. Jenkins uto Jeferson county.
Byron P. Hileman installed the fol- reports that the state totals for wild jubilation. had been reported missing in action The program was launched house
lowing officers: March were 31,114,920 gallons of Although the news of Germany's in September; and no word had been Memorial services for Samuel T. to house in Citrus county, March 1,
President, Mrs. J. Malcolm Morris; gasoline and 4,398,882 gallons of ker- surrender was definitely made pub- received from him or from the de- Jenkins, who was killed while i.a with the limestone belt of counties vice-presidents, Mrs. L. T. Dunlap, osene. lic Monday, the world awaited the apartment since that first notice. active combat duty on February 28, ext toward designated by
Mrs. Billy Bulloch Miss Catherine Dade again led the state in gaso- official proclamation of President The War Department stated that 1945, will be held Sunday afterno6fi, the State Board of Health to receive Stimson, Mrs. Alfred Foster, Mrs. line sales, recording 4,973,805 while Triuman and Prime Minister Church- confirmation of his death had been May 27th, at 3:30 at the Salem Free benefit of the magic Spray. (These
Bill Williams, Mrs. J. I. Folsom, Mrs. Duval led in kerosene sales with ill at nine o'clock Tuesday morning, made. Will Baptist Church, 3 miles south- counties were chosen because of their
T. L. Clarke, Jr., Miss Mildred Dick- 719,810 gallons sold. At that hour the siren sounded in Mrs. Thompson has another son, west of Monticello. past malaria incidence record, and
ert; secretary, Miss Dorothy Bulloch; _-_- Monticello, as practically the entire Fleming Thompson, U. S. Navy, who Services were originally planned the present large population of anotreasurer, Mrs. J. P. Ward; grade : IS. Brink Attends population listened to the radio was reported missing last fall, and for May 13th, and all are urged to phelor m ono). Le Dixie,
mother chairman, Mrs. P. M. McIn- broadcast of the President's address from whom no further word has note the change in date. All ex-sertosh; welfare committees, Mrs. and proclamation. come, vice men are requested to meet a rently receiving the spray, distributClaudia Edwards, Miss Veda Moiris; G Most of the local stores closed for- the church at 3:00 p. m. The Amer- ed by trained crews.
cafeteria chairman, Ms -J u-fl itron e eandcoe h hmcl ni eety a
,Mrs. W. J. Bul- F dMeeting the afternoon, a few remained closed R ord Hailstorm ican Legion Post will have charge of restricted solely for the Armed Forelock. ay. the services. The public is invited es. However, a sufficient supply to
lock. rising voe oThe churches held special V-E Day attend.Horkver a more sing disA rising vote of thanks was given Mrs. F. A. Brink, director of dis- services in the evening, and these Struck At Drifton begin work in the more pressing disthe retiring president, Mrs. Clyde strict II, attended the annual meeting were all well-attended. Each minis- Chu sdaftopo enins was bgit traer a reaaed spe al S e i
Sauls, for her outstanding work of the Florida Federation of Garden ter presented a sermon appropriate Thursd y Afternoon Ast group of me b e e at- lria earoll
the past two years. History of the Clubs held in the Windsor Hotel, to the occasion and the hearts of the malaria control.
P-T. A. activities for the past year Jacksonville last Thursday. Due to congregations were filled with grati-i The mtost severe hailstorm i he was inducted It was stressed that although the
was read by Mrs. Steve Walker. At- the ODT regulations the program tude gati ee ad won i Temost ofvan halsrmin the for service in 1940. He was the son houses will be virtually free of all
tendon e prize was awarded th fifth was limited to business. Interesting largest titon oa he ar-torn wor l cr d 1 hf rsday afternoon n- onMir.eand Mrs. J. T. Jenkins, of imnsetsa uchilvaesrfisosoquioes, tiree
[rdMs ars ecefi a-Ireports wrmd byteofcs, President Truman's proclamation~ flicting great damage to crops on a I rfu otsafe en pae
ing the largest percentage of parents district directors and committee made no mention of V-E Day, and narrow strip of land through Drif- P or four months after being sprayed
pres. chairmen. he emphasized that "our job is but ton where the full force of the storm Graduation Plans iondary. The program is conducted
The P-T. A. voted to sponsor the Two achievement awards were won half done", saying "the whole world was felt. o T pg m s
dances for the Teen agers through in this district. The Amaryllis Circler must be cleansed of the evil from d a heavy "with only one purposeqdetruction
the summer. A committee headed' of the Tallahassee Garden Club won Which half the world has been freed.", The ail occurred during he Mt Fo Aucllsa, of malaria bearing mosquitoes.
by Rev. and Mrs. Larry Baxter, was the horticultural award of the Flor- The President named Sunday, Man afternoon. The hailstones were as *job an in-service training program
named for carrying on this program. i ida federation for its work with ean- 13th, Mother's Day, as the day on' argernd The halstones, as On iel Sobn i nelice trained pogram
At the close of the meeting, Mrs. ellias. The Tallahassee club won the which all Americans should offeo fell in suehgrelat numbers that they Jindge H L Sebrng justice of the job is being conducted, thus enabling Jim Cook invited all present to the purple ribbon awarded by the Nat- "th o joyful thanks to God, and piled up in fence corners and shal- Florida Supreme Court, will deliver the work to progress more rapidly. cafeteria for refreshments, havingiional Council of State Garden Clubs to play foi complete peace low ditches to a depth of 18 inches. the baccalaureate address at gradu- It is hoped that because of this trainMrs. Cureton, Mrs ofeho n d c for a ler shows. h When reports of the storm reached ation exercises for the Monticello ing which puts more and more crews
Miss Gilbert as guests of honor. !ltb held a splendid eamellia show Monticello many people drove out to High School, Friday evening, June in the field. virtually all earmarked

C O e M r. erle B see it, and shovelled up many bushels 1st. The exercises will be held in counties will soon be receiving the
Catholics Observe eled setrorh Population Shown of ice. At noon the next day there the Elementary School auditorium. spray.
-r ws eecedpresident forth
Victory Celebration term, 1945,47. P was still large quantities of it in Baccalaurate services will be held DDT, it was explained, comes in
Vic yDelegates and members of the In C nSUS COU shady places. Sunday evening, May 27th, with powder form, is mixed with a liquid
Victory and Peace Devotions will state board were entertained with a The force of the storm completely Rev. D. A. Simmons, pastor of the and then sprayed on the walls of the
coffee in the auditorium of Cohen's destroyed the watermelon crops and Calvary Baptist Church, delivering chosen houses, leaving an invisible
be observed in the Monticello Cath- store. Mrs. Halle Cohn ncmn Census Enumnerator WV. M. Scrullg, coatigO tnycsal.Idre
olic Church next Sunday at 11 A M s who is in charge of Jefferson severely damaged other crops where the sermon. The 1945 class has 29 inating of tiny crystals. It dries
and there will be an appropriate lser- presidn o col e picues population count for the state it struck. Fred Stokley's house and graduates, Prof. Hileman, principal,. Mo sq f uites and oe int mst [prre n dave a showing of colored pictures state farm was in the center of the storm, announces. lgMosquitoes and other insects must
mon, bayo prl eins and t made of the 1945 Jacksonville camel- census now inderway, states that the The entire pecan crop from forty The plans for the commencement lir on, and pick up the crystals on
ormyrspolmtosfrtihahw.censusti talking" in the county is corn- trees is lost this year as all bloom ,.hi ea n etfrteceia
event. liaete, except fr the Lloyd precinct. exercises of the Aucilla High School te l e an f ot ceal
On Wednesday evening preceding plete' and much foliage was torn from the to be effective. It is not deadly if
From 10:30 to 11 A. M., the hour the board meeting. Mrs. Philip Trout All enumerators are Working to com- trees. A few pecan trees were up- ipal J C. Kersey. Graduation will brmaof mis pie i n the
in which the first armistice was de- and Mrs. Merle B. Mann entertained plete their final records and figures rooted. Mr. Stokley also lost a 30 form of mist before it settles on the cared, Catholics throughout the the board at a buffet supper at Mara- will probably be completed next week. acrg, ay walls. Nor does it kill instantly. It
tpeatMr- Since a nuber of county benefits ar trc ofwtreos whc 31twihSnorClGayofparalyzes the insect's legs, finally
world will join in the Rosary, led by banong-on-St. Johns. The majestic inc e num ber o of cert was a complete loss. He is plowing B Te wutio ei rin l g ol the parents of the five Sullivan bro- oaks and extensive gardens including the stibution of certain g the address. reaching the nerve center. Then
thers who gave their lives for their beautiful setting for this delightful state funds, are based on population (continued on page 4) auditorium, comes death. The length of time becountry. When the sand news of gathering figures, it is important that everyone (continued on page 4)
their death was first announced to be counted in the census. The baccalaureate services will be
Mrs. Sullivan, "Who am I to com- As it now appears, the county Signers Needed To d n Aucilla Baptist Chrch
plain?" asked the brave Christian Tung Growers Meeting totals will be approximatrly 1,000 Sunday evening, May 27th. DriVe For Clothes mother, "Our Savior, too, had five[ In O~O Tod less than in the last state census, C0mplte Plans For Special musical numbers have been
wotinds." Radio service will be set Today says Mr. Scruggs. He attributes this prepared for each of these exercises Ends With 1097 lb .
wounds,"n Endso W ithic 1097 lbs. n tepbi s odal ivtdt
up for the occasion in the local Cath- The American Tong Growers Asso- to the migration of many workers, .a Frozen Food Plant and the public is cordially invited to
olic church so tha aoarge proportion of them colored Shipped on Tuesday
y jir s tharation is holding its etingfamilies, to cities for work in domay join in this, the first time in ticello today, with many of the nat- fa las. o wever, Philip S. Cole, representative of
history that the Rosary encircles the ina officers and prominent tong will p lyi.However, most of thes, the Bush Insulation company, spent Liberated P 0 W' s A shipment of 1097 pounds of
world. The altar will be beautified growers in attendance, will probably remain in the cities, Beo lyNthing destmde tom Motev lo
as befits the glorious blessing of The meeting, which is an all-day ani will not return o the Stephens county agent, and the Ki- Will Aided esday, destined to help relieve the
victory, and there will be special affair beginning at 8:45, is being held g o wr wanis committee sponsorin the desperate need of civilians in warmusic for the occasion. th hool Deal Curtis Lumber company meant w torn Europe. Mrs. T. S. Braswell
thei loss ofe occasion. frze food locker auitrumaflla-t e Cross Service Ms .H eln idMs .W
All are invited to attend u the loss of approximately 300 to the proposed rs. R. H. Geing and Mrs. J. W.
Al ae nvte t atedcount of the program will appear in county. Somep of the large planta- Mi. Cole brought with him the _____.Summitt packed the boxes, which
-Father J. P. Devane. next week's issue of The Newso large panta-gSummittpackefod the boxes, whic
tions lost workers of long standing bu-p the plant, which it Families of Prisoners of War who are shipped to a central collection
_____ to the defense plants, and it is un- is proposed to build in Monticello. have not been officially notified of agency at Mullins, S. C.
likely that these will return. He also inspected prospective loca- their liberation from Nazi prizon The clothing is to be routed from
Interesting items of Jef- Mr. Scruggs urges that everyone tions for the plant. No spot was camps may take heart from a mes- Mullins immediately in car-lot shipServ ce olu n frsonCouty oysandchosen, but Mr. Cole said the plant
person County Boys and aid in the census by telling any c sage to the Home Service Chairman ments with other gifts of clothing
Girls in Service, who may have been missed in the would be erected at some spot along of the local Red Cross Chapter, W. from the southern states to New
S original count to report to the enum- the Seaboard railroad. M. Scruggs. This telegram explains! York, where it is allocated to the
orator of their district, or drop a There remains only the matter of the difficulty which the Army has 'needy countries. Lt. (j.g.) Elizabeth Weatherly, U. Third Army in Belgium, his mother, card to W. M cgs oMonti110 getti aadditonalthignerand cry cut its duties with these Included in the clothing collected
.1 avy, spend t wee in Monti- Mrs. Howard Cooksey, Sr., learned An enuimerator ill come to the pro-renters for locker space in the prisoners and the many other duties [here were scores of useful, warm and
cello visiting Miss Audrey Godwin. by letter this week. Sgt Cooksey house to trke the census of any fam- new plant. This is an opportunity which fell upon it at the same time. serviceable garments, including men's She has returned to duty at Norfolk. also received the distinguished com- ily v i has been muissed. A phone which should be eagerly grasped by One, sentence will bring more joy clothing, women's suits and dresses,
v bat badge with four bronze stars. He call to 146-R Monticello, on Satur- everyone with the future of Jeffer- than any other. It says "Liberated children's clothes, baby clothes and
News has been received that Major is now stationed at a hospital in Eng- day will also bring an enumerator. son county at heart, says Mr. Steph- Prisoners of War have priority for some bedding. W W. Bassett, Jr., survived the land. Sgt. Cooksey wrote his mother __ ens, f the return to United States." Boxes were placed in many of the
crossing of the Elbe River between that he had received news of his5' ~ 1 Pointing out the advantages of h The telegram in full reads: Monticello stores and everyone given
the 13th and 17th of April, when father's death which shocked and BRrum bley Brothers plant, Mr., Stephens said: "Not only esp si1iiin fuAra in car- teoor eso plae hes
most of his batallion was annihilated. grieved him very much. do we have the advantage of frozen ing for liberated Prisoners of War these boxes. Many stores refilled
V- I v Are Found Guilty locker space foi ourselves, but we and arranging transportation to Unit- their boxes many times. Several outErnest A. Clark, petty officer see- AMO/3c Roland E. Colson, who have a commercial plant that will ed States simultaneously with other lying sections sent in boxes of clothend class, has been awarded a presi- has been stationed in Miami, was Jessie and Roscoe Eirnbley, bro mean simply everything to military duties prevent war depart- ing which was included in the shipdential citation for services aboard 'recently assigned to .sea duty and thors, wcre found guilty of aggravat- culture here when the war is over. ment notifying all families promptly meant also. an aircraft carrier, according to let- ordered to report to bin ship at ed assault by a jury in circuit court (Continued on Page Six) of prisoners liberation. War Depart- It is considered likely that another
tors icceived from him by his par- San Diego, California. He visited here Wednesday, on a charge arising mont agrees that Red Cross notify appeal for clothing will be necessary,
cuts, Mr and Mrs. Charlie Clark. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. nH. out of their confessed shooting at Aucilla 4-H Club families of men in Europe requesting so those who did not have time to go
Ernest has returned to sea duty after Colson here en route to Califor nia. Conservation Officer W. L. Stelts on this service and process inquiries un- through their closets and storage
spending several weeks in San Diego, Mr.andMrs- Chrle-More-av the Wacissa River on February 14th. Elect Officers dei certain conditions. Liberated boxes should do so now, and be preMr. and Mrs. Charles Moore have The men were fined $200, including Prisoners of War unable to send pared for the next collection.
ing school. His wife, Hattie Mary received word that their son-in-law, court costs, or six months in jail cables to families may request field
Clark, went out and stayed with him Commander G. S. Patrick, who has each, by Judge W. May Walker, pee- The Aucila 4-H Club has just been directors to send notification of lib Report
as long as he was on shore assign- been serving on a destroyer in the siding judge. The state had charged reorganized with the aid of Mrs. (continued on page 4) o ck Yard
ment. South Pacific area, has been al- the men with assault with intent to Ophelia Wells, the new home demonvvanced to the rank of Captain in commit murder in the first degree. station agent for this county. There There was a good run of cattle but
Lt. Sidney L. Horne, U.S.N.R., with the U. S. Navy. The jury returned a verdict of guilty are about thirty-five members in our W.S.C.S. To Meet a light run of hogs at Monday's sale
his wife and little daughter, is spend- v of aggravated assault. club. Our next meeting will be in at the Monticello Stock Yards.
ing a few days here with his mother, Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Kuder have The jury was composed of A. P. Monticello, May the seventeenth, for The Womans Society for Christian Everything sold strong with last
Mrs. J. B. Hone. received an excellent and unusual Hoartsfield, Frank Barnes, Archie our exhibit. Service will meet at the church Men- week.
Lt. Horne has just returned to the photograph of their son, DeWitt, Jr., Pace, J. E. Green, A. G. Stancil and At the last meeting on Friday, lay, May 14th, at 4 o'clock. Circle 'Best steers & heifers 10 to 17.00 States after a two-years' tour of which was made in Paris. It is a Aithur T. Finklea. April twenty-seventh, we elected the No. 1 will be in charge of the pro- Medium steers & heifers.8 to 10.00
duty with the Amphibious Forces of three-dimension picture, and an ex- Orion Parker, state's attorney, con- following officers: president, Colleen gram. Members are asked to remem- Best cows 9 to 14.00
the Pacific where he has taken part cellent likeness. DeWitt wrote that ducted the prosecution aid Charlie Bishop; vice-president, Alice Clark; her the prayer service at 3:45 imme- Medium & common cows 5 to 9.00 in the initial landings on Attu and the camera was mounted on an arc Davis of Madison and B. J. Hamrick seOcetary and treasurer, Gloria Dice, diately preceding the meeting. Buils .8 to 14.00
Kiska in the Aleutians, Kwajalein in and moved along the arc, making of Monticello were the defense attor- and club reporter, Kathleen Freeman. -- ---- Calves 8 to 17.00
the Marshalls, Guam, Saipan, Palau, eight exposures which were then neys. About half of our club is taking up CIIKEN PILAU PLANNED No. I hogs 14.25
Leyte and Luzon in the Philippines merged into one picture. The trial was concluded Wednes- sewing this year, but we do have a BY LEGION AUXILIARY No. 2 hogs 14.25
and others. ---V- day afternoon, and Judge Walker dis- few taking poultry and gardening. No. 3 hogs 14.25
-V- Mixed with the glow of elation at missed court until Saturday when Although we were late reorganiz- The Legion Auxiliary will give a No. 4 hogs. 15.40
Staff Sergeant Cleve Cooksey has the unconditional surrender of Gee- one other case will be tried-that of ing our club, we plan to cooperate chickeIi pilau at the Womans Club, No. 5 hogs .1.00
been awarded the Purple Heart med- many is the feeling of pride that we Filmore Thompson, negro, who is with our agent and make our club the on Saturday, May 26th, from 5:30 to Light No. 5 hogs .15.00
al, as the result of wounds sustained have in the Jefferson county boys charged with assault with intent to best in the county.,. 9:00 P. M. Tickets are being sold I Roughs 8 to 13.50
while serving with General Patton's (Continued on Page Six) murder James Robinson. Kathleen Freeman, Club Reporter, by all Auxiliary members. Feeder pigs .-. 8 to 17.50

The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., Friday, May 11, 1945

German Cities in the Path of Allies' Advance CLASSIFIED


hung~~~~s peronl eltinsip wic
affeet Po Planttion Par m or i
Ricantethat will producthosdseicio
goldeiyams Propt fresh shi ts, prepad, o00 $1.65 1,n000 $3. Safe arrival guarma tind DkPlant Co. Dresden. Ten.
WORLD LEADERS PICTUREMaAbuTon By the thread of one man's f we iSan Franciscans are talking
hung personal relationships which about The more than 200 G-Me
t(not including the numerous state affectenatison Prime mnisters department confidential agents and
aind potseente, nonc clst rnko New York City, Chicago, New Or- IJ'e ep 54t e m
to get along with an unknown gentle- lansi etc ace detectives) to guardtic
man in the White House. Certain the delegates and diplomats. The
army-navy officials, who always Big City dick are assigned to

ofo those wh willn misskFranklin
knew how Roosevelt would react on
this and that, now must do business dips rogues galeryites and "canwith a man they once criticized. nons as bigtime crooks are
To illustrate how the pendulum /called by the gendarmes. . The
of fate has swung, here are som heaviest protection is for Russia's

intmate hn with mos merslnM.Mltv soeJh d
of thegar Hoover man put it: "He'll be Roosevelt hetle
wasguarded by nearly 200 Russian seable to call the late President on cwt etvithin 20 ar F him."
the telephone at any time night or wot g
day. Their relationship was more FRspl hri ihlo h
intimate than with most members
of teirowncabiets Whn Chrch n.was 75 the other day), raising eyeilbrowswith the prediction: "Mayor illLaGuardia may be the Democratic to Harry Hopkins. Their friendship uld
was equally close. Hopkins and nooutinee for governor of N. Y 7:l5a.m.(CWT):8:15a.m.(EWT)

bui s d t a sma he dosnte know.JonMtalehWsigo
Chrhllue o tyu lt t City after city in Germany is being leveled to the ground by the Allied air forces and the advancing artil. correJondetf, thre WorahNg onk SUNDAY
nanry uns. among e ces t wic war een ome e vc- gazette. He's finishing a book called You Fo mmit
FDR had gone to bed, and it was torious Allies are: upper left, Aschaffenburg; lower left, Duren receives its quota, little remaining of city on "in Cup Diplomacy," which will
those late-hour talks that sometimes Roer river after saturation bombing. Center: View of Wesel, focal point of American forces on Rhine. Upper rse were qo i

orcrin B.Sritih-lnd- e. o lease and in-rai
woriedU.S. rmynay mn. orright, Limburg railroad marshalling yards after bombing. Lower right, Eitburg. our state department.Thr- I
vital policy sometimes was moulded he re e it turn of Joe Rosenthal (this s
Churchill had planned to hold naCommanderoofook Fthat aondChfu
tional elections, probably in June, WJ focused o t flag b g ntedfon
and Roosevelt's friendship would picture

it. with aia. high hand.r Hee igordPh
have been one of his great campaig assets. That asset is now out boss, is offering reproductions of
ethe famed photo at $1-the profits to

thoe. Henow evnsoerrd Kno msdon
business with a man he doesn't know go to the Marines via Navy Relief
and who chairmanned a committee
whose members were quite critical
of certain British lend-lease and in-__________ternational air policies abroad.
Some political observers believe ItRelieves smarting torment and
that makes Churchill's political fu- covers with protecting cot.
ture very uncertain. ,c Generous supply costs little.
Commander of the Fleet and Chief
of Naval Operations really ran the
navy under Roosevelt, and he ran SOOTHING MEICTDOWE
it with a high hand. He ignored the
late Secretary Frank Knox whenever he felt like it, knowing he would
get a sympathetic ear at the White
H-ouse. He even overruled Knox on
such a trivial matter as a gray-blue
summer uniform for the navy
though Knox had decided it would
cut too heavily into the consumption
of textiles.
Knox's successor, Secretary of the IF SO
Navy Forrestal, has played in with

ing~~~~ATH detoerecrtvsel.S
King. He had to. If King didnt ee agree with him, the admiral came t.e profession knows that
o y e c e though a person may be uref coand so. mn malaria they may hatheit come
tain o he s e back n them. o, if YOU are ce mr

arzpy.~~I Soerel diffredwithTru
t i wte feeling tired, run down, have pains in
Housewho acausback and legs, feel weak and billions, no

truma cht omtte repwots a castu- o ii o
tic report bitterly critical of the way In 1853 the Leatherneck complement of Commodore Perry's squadron accompanied him su-e renowned rivalry between appetite and nvos-though chills ad
the admirals slowed up the war by Okinawa. The Devil Dogs, in the current assault, found the long narrow island made up of plateaus and Los Angeles and the San Francisco hve comnmra-t oen't, ayto
falr obidadequate landing ridges.Ms of the population of 443,000 is engaged in a substandard of agriculture. Centuries of being kicked correspondents, din eog ol ae. axnyhnesTr asmad te ofatmiTrma is not aro man toh nurseh i d t oma alra
boats. The new President also did around, in the game of power politics, has produced a mixed race with strains of Malayan, Korean, Carries onfo i ahngton beat giv yu iron to help creation of red
not hesitate to throw his hooks into Chinese and Japanese-a people completely ignorant of the United States. Photos above show the natives for his L. A. paper. George won't loo cells. If the firt bttle doesn't
enarefer to it as the San Francisco con- satisfy you your money will be turned.

or transfera Somrvll Generalvr 0 eas
h a n ay whena s m th e b hat s t Aec i ference. He calls it the California Get a bottle today at your drug store
gopi fe icst e se ia ton hei b i conference. . The "real reason"
texcusy rocr t ins uld- Mii S r Burned Ashes Wins Award Cong. Clare Luce returned to Italy.
bn gl de sto o yem r s or t cv essel s S T h e y sa y s h e w ro te a b o ok th e re in
felowhhe r a are w tce which she does "a job" on Edda
aru wherooel n r HpMussolini.
GENERAL B. B. SOMERVELLNo army officer clashed with the Mike Mce otth4ppua

arvery closmte eroal fraetioship.mot tepouarg :1I
Trumn comitte mre fequetlyspecial ass't to Sec'y of Statetenius. and more head-on than the tough- He arranged hotel rooms for over
trlkicl 900 newspaper men, newsreel cam- mentore9iyes- for'

erlin pre ietia l y nt i e, f ne-oshodatsptcdes aray. Somervell differed with Tru- OF MYRRI It contains

velt'sn eldestst son, Jimmie whommh
man on all sorts of things, and the i torlievethe so and
donnas and then wound up with no aceoovrudanstiedmcl.

Thema citcsmille sayrt tae Hpsd-cr irandmsl.
Truma commttee eport are tud-"decent" space in which to sleep skatesting and itch out of burns,
ded with criticism of the army's sup- himself. . The musical show, scads, inset bites$ Oak and iy poison.
ply job. atg, wind and sun burn, chaig and
Tually is not a man th chapped sin. Its antiseptic action lssTron grudge an won dme Curran theater Satdee night e the danger of infection whenever the
ralafter a three-week run. Too bad skin i cut or broken.
or transfer Somervell. General Keep a bottle handy fr the mor
Marshall always maintained that de- oeo h cr a eygo casouaties of kitchen and nursery. At
and several people in it are tal- your drggit-trias size bottle 35;
spite mistakes he was the best man rented. . The Alcazar theater re household size 65 ; coomy ire $1.25.
they had. But Somervell will never ,G. HANFORD MFG. CO. Strauss, N.Y.

Harry, hee saide "andon you'rer foolishero
become chief of staff, or rise any Its new marquee was arranged via

vigerains You avemyfulyer
i in te m the War Production board-via reHARRY HOPKINS-Of all those quest of the state department. Glenn 1
around Roosevelt, Harry Hopkins Allvine of the Will Hay zoo is in
will miss him most. Their's was charge. The Hollywood films there
a very close personal relationship. will be changed daily forth deAlthough Harry has been criticized gates. "Going My Way," frixample,
vitriolically, sometimes even by oth- will be heard in Czech for the
er presidential intimates, FD nev Czechs. In Portuguese for the Bragrave.
er wavered in his devotion. In a -s- ians, etc. K___~'ii j ILLS
way, Harry took the place of Roosevelt's eldest son, Jimmie, whom he Jack's for Big Town food, bette
once hoped would be his secretary than most spots in New York. . Insects
So Harry will miss his old friend The grand Meiji shrine, near the Imperial palace of Japan in Tokyo Sgt. Josiah E. Greene, Washing- The two Stork clubs. And S. Bil.C
Tecri, ilsy htHokn where the Emperor often officiated, was among the places hit in a ton, Conn., won first prize in Mae- ngmey prcn' doiathing about the
Thel cits ill beasyo thHpkn four-hour-long raid by a huge fleet of American superfortresses. The Jap Milian contest for his novel, "Not naepiayethrsSes h

andm Generalre Soerele militaryifbeor
wl ise him ,ause ofete gum communique, which told of the raid in which Imperial palace buildings in Our Stars." Back from Italy, hupeit gdthe n i br Vegehabs
our te pwe ad te retig. utwere hit, said the sanctuary was burned to ashes, is now a link trainer instructor. Brke xFlisdly eetyd-Vgtbe
actually there was a love and devotion between the two men which few vorced, who becomes a bride again
realized and even fewer understood. shortly. She's the prettiest gov't
Nt-eeayeragRoeB-9Hero Honored by General NwBaseball Czar slwr
nte-vworker in town. . Ral

coterie wase forin ByresnotTru
veit gave Hopkins permission to take comn:"hcpsigohD
notes on their discussions and write ~ .was the shock heard aron h olei2Knuk
his memoirs. "You have no money,-.- world." .Ernie Pyle, who died ___________________anwith the Americans he loved. ButcWNU-7 -4

Heamy hoe s, "a o'e fooishnd e illv nte erso mn
iflyou don't take notes on our coin fe an units. Ao trhversations. You have my full per o re f s b cans who loved him.
mission to use them lae.'u Sh lgto Frsarneis00,
right. Limur ralodmrhligyadRfe obn.Loe ihEtug

Hopkins, always too busy, always Okinawa, J a Ne Crtatee
engrossed with winning the Chief's of Commdor P s u n ap visitet
next objective, never had time to OPA rules and the confabbers. No
take notes. He knows more about Pbutter, no steaks, etc. . But you Ma ano isordered
Roosevelt than any other living man, J- ~ aeltl rulegtigwa o inyAto
but most of the secrets will go with eN inis impope eatind r of a i tu C t i o b i k cn
aroundinsthetgmethfepoerrpolii.shasproducewant in the small restaurants along Mhurry and wory Market str eri. invasion. risk of osure ad infecMeijiR Shrine Burne to Ashe WisaoelAwr

BERNARDrBARUCH-The man iof the kidneys. They are apt to become
hho talks with Presidents, no longer p Ariciated waslamon the pae hit in-thro w t Conn., won first pri
fr ul raid byni ahgefer aofadf aiit ore T JfilteJex id
cas the key to the WhiteoHousemn e tIod Va., house for ilddn inerOur Stars." BacktfromfItaly, he
During the bitter battles between the. -- sale on the cue-tee. He's asking blod. ufr tsmc bcore
war Production board civilian group hi $65,000. . Jimmy Byrnes' report headache. dizziness, getting up nights.
B-29 Hero HonoredbyeG r leg pains, Bzconstantly
miltar onmobliztin ad rconerson tired, nervous, all wonot. Other signs
claej Gen.rWlli. Hale, form com a nd i of kidney or bladderdisorder are sme
clreru a y c fc inct, th Pacific ocen a times burning, saty or too frequent
semercwsoa., ontearaftrprseningimwthtecngresionlhon their best-seller list.a.s.b.eTheesug- aona.s
Somervell's most vigorous support- hogestion that FDR's profile be put on Try Dan's ills. Dea's help the
e r s s e r i c ex
ntr of pulc approval. Are recoiin umana th mor than 200 civiMenn cor er Also c mi waste. Te hav had more t n hl l
Bn e W as forlia By rne not Tru air forces in the Pacific ocean area, pats S/Sgt. H E rwin of Bes- U. S. senator from Kntucy, who Marc md ed by ~rafl sers. every hr.
(noteincluing the nuerous stat

BoAla., on the arm after presenting him with the congressional has been appointed tosucceed the President Truman's first query to
man, at the Chicago convention. So medal of honor for picking up a burning bomb over Tokyo and tossing late Kenesaw Mountain Landis as politicos looking for patronage:I 'u r 1T E
he may not be such a close friend it out of a B-29. Members of the crew whose lives he saved stand by. baseball's czar. knwwhom he knows, andalth,
bth eeat cand diplomats.rThe

to Presidents any more. a sie to

The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., Friday. May 11, 1945


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canNDue to an unusually large demand an Sfurent war conditions, Slightly more time then Hersely is required In filling orders for a few of
Jlacethe*the most popular pattern numbers.

spiteYW~l ordersut isue byhenealMarin
barring it's frmto be i, if it's for Of The MoyB
poloPolack "Oh, ents gotdg Released stern Newspaper Union. orderCRCLpermitNfood
can troops arrived In Adano, with Major fella" him."
Joppolo, the Amagot officer In charge. Chuck said: "He's bies' fella whole ,Polack said: "It was Bill's idea. EnclSoseh 25Wentlonst forieaco
Sergeant Borth was In Charge of securi. snvasion."What'lEnwegive2himeBll?"nLesiosforrMaych ty. The Major was determined to hold Pattern desired.
the confidence of the people and to re- Polack said: "Oh, he's better'n Bill said grandly: "Uno due tre LsosujcsadSrpretxse.Pattern No.Sz. place their bell stolen by the tssedperfec'." quattro cinque. fetted ad copyrightd by International
spite orders issued by General Marvin, Chuck said: "No, he ale' per- Chuck said: "He's no good, him council of Education; Used by. barring cart from the city, Major sop. fect. He don't drink. But he's good. and his numbers. We got to think permission polo recalled the order, to permit food Oh, he's good's hell. These wops, of something, Polack, we got to." THE TRAGEDY OF THE and water to enter the city. M. Caco- they think he's perfect. He's bies' Polack saio: "Let's go back and NRHR IGO
Iardo asked permission from the Major s KINDO Poe
to see General Marvin and give him in. g ever happened oo rhis town. get those bottles. Maybe they'd helpwhat. formation on German troop movements. Polack said: "What's 'at prove? us think of something." LESSON TEXT-I Kings 12:25.30; 19:1-4.
when he arrived the General refused to Prove it's hell of a war. Don't Two-way radio telephones are

Chucwsai:e"hat'oharltkthikith.1you, minister 8
Majo hiorgi and d CIcre toseingubeceofooetin'fonowtusLDNbE13ag change good enough me, and let Us exalt His name together.-forsme1whether
out. The general immediately recalled Bill said: "Una due tre una due Major." Psalm 34:3. companies for communication bemajor Joe polo's ne. tre." teen the dispatcher's office and

"What doid youu exec meu toun doksad I a hiko
Ct- lot of things, but not a one of 'em is Nations as well as people come supervisory motorcars and emerCHAPTER XIV Ing, Bill, I'll prove it's hell .of a good enough. The trouble with that to crossroads in their history, and gency trucks, says Collier's.
war. It's all 'cause of the Major." Major is he's too good. Now you taking the wrong road then means A new device, used in conjunc"I don't know whether he has Polack said: "How's he prove any- give me a lousy Major, and I'd have future disaster. Solomon had built tion with such systems, automat"been captured or killed or what, thing if he don't drink?" You a Present in no time." up a great national prosperity, but ically records the exact time each
"That is the bad part. That is why Chuck said: "Here's how he proves Chuck said: "It's a hell of a war at the expense of heavy taxes. He streetcar passes a number of sucI wanted to talk with you, Mister everything. He's bes' thing ever when you can't even think of a goin'- had forgotten God, and was suc- Acessive points spaced along its
M~aj or., Giorgio and I were going happened to this -town, but he's gon- away present for a good guy.", ceeded by a son who followed in his route. With it, a dispatcher can
to be married." na get kicked, Now is that any kind Polack said: "Say! I just thought footsteps. see at once when and where' a
"Well, what do you want me to of a war?" of something' terrible. Are you sure Offered an opportunity to ease the .4M"particular car is behind schedule
amPolack said: "Who's gonna kick this Major's going away?" burden of the people (I Kings 12-14), or stopped by an accident and can
"Canl you find out for me whether him? Show me the stiff who's gonna Chuck said: "Didn't I see that slip Rehoboam in his folly made it great- 194L then radio the nearest supervisory
he is a prisoner, Mister Major?" kick him." of paper?" er, and the nation was divided. The
"What do you expect me to do, Chuck said: "General Marvin's Polack said: "That's right. Shall ten northern tribes, which were car to make an investigation.
go through all our prison camps and gonna kick him, that's who!" we give him a bottle of ol' lady henceforth to be known as Israel, JmrTOPee

N ot knowingm e is fo s thy an e hingr T o- ie
ePolack said: "Oh, he kicks every Fatta's wine?" followed Jeroboam, and the two ti I
sweetheart of Tina mn Adano?" body, I don't see nothin' special Chuck said: "Polack, you know southern tribes under Rehoboam be- gayi liothtelaepeplum forjnS A P FCT

you? Chuck said: "Yeah, but look, Pa- Chuck said: "Polack, I think Jeroboam started with God's oswiteyurastoamn"That is none of my business. I lack, here you got a guy who's best you're drunk. What's the matter favor, and might have led his people mum. Use big, bright nc rac

"Yhe wa misstil g eog on t, n't ou h t "t a o oo n u h "c m h i g om o u a .i r htl s o r w itt ii T
am civil affairs officer of Adano." thing ever happened to this town, I with you?" aright, but instead he became the for aeashin trim Smar t andlyursm
"Please help me, Mister Major. mean he understand these people, Bill said: "One, two, three, four, king whose name stood for wicked- at ie
Not knowing is worse than having five. Why don't you borrow some- ness (see sItKings 15:1). The story *
him dead." thing from old Four Eyes here of that downfall is a sad picture of

A q u t o n d -answer so evice forten N 94 i eig e o ie
"A unredp~plecoe i m 'give the Major? You'd find a real unbelief and failure. 11, 12, 13. 14, 1s, 16 and 18. Size 12, short
~office every day asking me this. I nice goin'-away present right here 1. Religion Meets Politics (I sleeves, requires 3% yards of 39inch fabtell you it is none of my business. in this house if you just got up and Kings 12:26-30). ric; 9 yards trimming. in 1942, our first year at war,
'The war is still going on, can't you looked for it." Jerusalem, now In the rival king- 4% of the rubber consumed
in the U. S. was synthetic In
nherstand that? We have a cam- Chuck said: "Bill, why don't you dom of Judah, was the center of
pain to fight. We can't just stop have more ideas? You got the best Hebrew worship. While the people
in the middle of battle and 'pe u'ofp At the present time, more
"Isideas when you have em. Israel were free to go' there than 85% is synthetic.
a question-and-answer service for Polack said: "Yeah, good idea, to, worship, Jeroboam saw that it
forlorn lovers," lt' borrow hing. might lead to their being led away The synthetic rubber industry Is Use"s smeta from him It was I 'mg soap at the rte of 100,000,oha do nM iste Maor do'.I Chuck said: "Bill, you don't even deduction, but it aeshred ou of'" th-&n 000 pounds a year-enough to
o ha o e know how good your ideas are when cover the need of the Population
thought-" Ioworaev When making pancakes, here of Chicago for o year.
"Is this why You were cordial to yo hesIavea hml, spak ithik ajr worspiwhe cales ofegldtereo is a useful tip: Rub a little salt A new kind of synthetic rub'me? Is this why you sent your fa- nesati, hmf sure aks gonna k appco-setip The were prveo oaly in-e over the frying-pan when it is hot. ber has been developed from

teoivite me to your ho e and feedve mesr sgnaapei e p hywr poal n h atrwl o tc hn
thato yI. t o your o? ate something Italian from old Four tended to be a symbol of God, but willcticacid (burmilk).
At he trak down int teEyes' house. Boy, Bill, I don' know Used crankcasoil may be used mae B ori op r
ler?" Major Joppolo stood up. "I'm why you aren a millionaire with the worldly things th the thingf to paint fences and gates. Paint
sorry that you have ,a mistaken ideass you got." God. They become an abomination produced from koksaghyz, the Rusidea pfhwIwr.I o ae/Bill said: "Una and tre is quat- and a snare, only during dry weather. sian dandelion.
business to do with me, do not in- tro. Due and tre is cinque. I can The people responded to the ap- Squeeze a little lemon Juice
vite me to your home and feed me even add." parent interest of the king In their thogtematridrbfe
candy. Come to my office, I will 7Chuck said: "Let's go an' find welfare, and worshiped at the most thog tematridrbfe
give you equal treatment with all grinding dates, figs, prunes or raisthe others." something 'fore we pass out." convenient place. Religion had met ins and they will leave the chopAnd he trned an went ino the 'Polack said: "Lookit that room, Politics, and had let politics take the pemoeraiy
living room, where Captain Purvis ,like a Gran' Central Station. There's upper hand.
was shaping a heart with his two a lot of Eyetalian junk in there." Someone has suggested that To avoid fatigue while you are
thumbs and forefingers and then look when we begin to find ways to make
pointing first at himself, then at Polack said: "Why'n we give a our religion easy, we can be cer- you remain long in one spot,
matain that it is the enemy of our stand o ev u rrbe
Francesca. chair?" souls who is at work. When Satan ovrd
"I'm going home, Captain." Chuck said: "Good idea, Take the begins to be solicitous about our mat.
"What for?" shroud off'n a chair, give 'im a welfare and suggest that it is too Dusting with talcum or corn"Oh, I'm fed up with this, I'm go- far to go to church, or that the
ing home." Chuck and Polack skated across srom icking t her
"Well, you'll excuse me if I don't the floor to a chair. They bent over etet we old be o gard. theside. te powderued
come. I never thought I'd ever get it to take the slip cover off Their elii e se was a bgstp. bth n inside ahe utanywhere talking with my fingers, fumbling hands could not find where downward for Israel, and it can be 0 e
but this isn't bad. See you tomor- to loosen the cover. for any other nation. Where does s. i shl e dea
row, Major." "Lu' it up," Chuck suggested. America stand in that important rubber mat
It is very rare for an M.P. to "Not knowing Is worse than having "Look at it from underneath." matter? desnk buthig Corora Chuck Sctz x i ed"S they lifted the chair above their II. A Queen Meets a Prophet (1 110111111 seedrink anything, even vino, to ex- mda.5 ap Crc eP !
cess, but Corporal Chuck Schultz
was a rare M.P. His two friends, heads. Polack reeled. Chuck lost Kings 19:1-4, 13b.18).
Bill aiat him dn to Croa his grip. The chair crashed to the Elijah under the mighty hand ofEngineer Battalion which was working gust like m Now t kindofa floor, and a leg broke off. Bill God had defied the wicked king,
around an They werit war is that?" picked the leg up. Ahab, and his more wicked queen,
arnd he ae hey wh Chuckeand Baril sad:"Cnuqatrtede- Chuck said: "Too much trouble, Jezebel; yes, and all the prophets in the same Mouse a n B acwards Ciquattro lousy chair." of Baal, and had been gloriously
somePolack spotted a terra cotta bust victorious (I Kings 18:17-41).
Chuck and Bill and Polack did not tre due uno."
drink vino in order to savor it on Polack grew suspicious. He said: standing on cornr "h''at?" he wicene a devilishtin
their tongues. They did not drink "How you know? Does the old gen- Bill id as if pos 'Gar" teroythed wrs o te true
it to compare it with other wines eral tell you who he's gonna bust Blid odstre n the prophetue
which they had had on other occa- and who he's not?" Polack said: "Le's give'm a Gari- who had met the challenge of the
sions. They did not drink it to Chuck said: "I seen the paper." bally." And he went over to the car- hundreds of prophets fled in fear
complement food. They drank it to Poaksi:"utnhm?
complmentfood The drak itto Poack aid:"Busin' im?" ner, lifted the bust off the pillar, before the relentless hatred of this "h risAeGetFos get drunk. Chuck said: "No, the paper 'at's
Therefore it was not surprisingstre netiybaktwrth veooswm .aGansAeratFd"Thrfoeitws o srriigogin' to get him busted. Trapani others, lost his balance, and dropped The prophet felt that all was lost, Xelogg's Rice KrIsples equal the whole ripe
that on the night when they bought and me, we tried to hide it, but the but God revealed to him that even rain In nearly all the protective food dc
three bottles for three dollars, they Cap'n found it. It's sure t ies. in that dark day te wents declared essential to human nutrition
began quite early in the evening to get the Major busted when old pie- Polack looked over the mantel at who were still true to Him (v. 18). tell dirty jokes, then sang some fc esi.
songs, ty joke then g m ac ses it. a painting of a fat nude. She was It is a precious and encouraging bit
sons, henarged litle ten olak sid:"Jez, an ouimag- lovely in his wine-washed eyes, and of light in an otherwise dark scene. got restless and decided to go for a ine a war like that?" he said: "Give'm a wan-an. AMa- Our main interest in this lesson is
walk. Nor was it surprising that Chuck said: "Hell of a war."
the walk was rather noisy. It was Polack said: "Chuck, you proved
really not surprising, either, that it to me. Hell of a war." So the three worked together to but in seeing the cause of Israel's
when they found that their walk was Bill said: "I like cinque best, get the painting down. They bal- downfall. Here we see one great not taking them anywhere except Cinque Cinque Cinque." anced themselves on chairs and reason-every king of Israel was a
round and round the same block, Chuck said: "Rotten dirty stinking' grunted and all lifted on the bottom wicked man. Some were better and
edge of the painting. They man- some worse, but all of them forgot S A & M j # Y4
they should have decided to go back unfair lousy war."
to their billet. This was not surpris- Polack said: "Hell of a war, yo coud not keep it alanced. he tha ing, but it was the thing which got take and ruin the bes man you tue fela it canas The back when i s ore o d Wat
them in trouble. got."
If heyha styedinther bll t.Cuk ad Ilk htMjr of a chair, and the fat woman was about our own nation? What about
If they had stayed in their billet Chcsi:"lke atIajrA
and not gone for a walk, they wouldrepresentatives of the Polak sid: Le' gopeople? Do we choose men for pubhave been all right. So would they be busted like that."
if they had not gone home to their Polack said: "I ain't never seen room. billet so soon, but had walked until this Major, but if you say he's the They went into a dining room. In fai an chaaer, or o hbasi ofne poliica expediency oraaftheir drunkenness dulled their vi- best Major you ever seen, I'll take filiation?
sion and blurred their keenness. But your word for it and I think it's a faced cabinet containing Venetian 111. A Nation Meets Its Doom (11 doing what they did got them In unfair war myself for busting' him." glassware on shelves. "Give m Kings 17:7, 8). trouble. Chuck said: "You know, we ought something' to drink out of," Chuck The hour had struck when Gad's
Here is why: to do something' for that Major. Pa- said. heavy hand of judgment had to fall
On the way home, Chuck Schultz lack, we ought to do something' for He tried the door of the cabinet, on Israel, the northern kingdom of said: "Hell of a war." him." but it was locked. "Bill," he said 10 tribes. Verse 6 of this chapter
Polack said: "Smatter, Chucktin p o'isttn OEtGe.Mm los a otnthi orshw ayI st
Polck aid "SattrChuck, Polack said: "You said me a "pntithgu.Do'jstta'relates their carrying away into cap- fight to keep the Filled BUDS you put make those buans and other wonderyou gonna get sick again?" mouthful, Chuck. We sure ought there with that club. Open up." tivity to Assyria, and verses 7-9 tell in my lunch box! ful treats withi Fletschmano's yellow
Chuck said: "Oh, no, I feel good. to." Polack said: "Case of emergency us the reason for that judgment MO& Well Joey well just have to label Yeastl
It's jus' hell of a war." Chuck said: "What could we do, break glass an' pull lever." Ingratitude for God's blessing (v
Polack said: "Prove it." Polack? Something' good. He de- Bill stepped up and poised the 7) led to the worship of other
Bill said, for the ninetieth time serves It, something' good." chair leg. "Una, due, tre," he said, gods (v. 8). They knew God's hatred
that night: "Uno due tre Quattro Polack said: "What could we do, and on three he let go. The glass for the sin of idolatry, and His AveD ANOTHER THING, ED SEND
cinque" Chuck? You're a Corporal, and Bill front shivered to the floor. The three judgment upon those who walked lts RM
Polack said: "Shup, Bill. Prove and me, we're just P.F.C.'s. What bays staggered forward to choose a in that way, but they went right YLEIST FHMANG THAT HAYSich rydedtoo
it's hell of a war, Chuck." could we do?" gift. First they dropped a bowl, on. YES FOR 40
Chuck said: "Major." Chuck said: "Let's think." Then they dropped a glass swan. Note in verse 9 that these things ADDED AMOUNTS Ow hTo? "afle fra Os
Polack said: "Major who?" Polack said: "Okay, pal. .Then they dropped a big goblet, were done "secretly." "The same ,.VITAMINS A AND P, AS WELL *t.0vr0 rad
Chuck said: "You know the fella. You thinking? Then they knocked the whole cabi- thing is true today of many who I ar
Town Hall fella." Chuck said: "Yeah, but I ain't net over and brake everything, profess to be the people of God. The Ys ad, rl.,,
Polack said: "Yeah, I know the got a thing." The three men went from room line of demarcation between the
on ~uma.~Bill said: "Uno due tre. We ought to room this way, leaving a trail of church and the world is not clearlyli
one you mean."0pa Chubk said: "Joppolo, that's feb- to give the guy a goin'-away pres- ruin behind them. Their disappoint. drawn. We do well to note care low." ent if he's all that good." ment grew as they saw their, fully the outcome of this course of da
Polack said: "What about him? Chuck said: "First sensible thing chances dwindling of getting any- procedure on Israel's part (vv. 6,
What's he gotta do with It?" you said all night, Bill. We'll give thing good enough (or durable 18). The fact that Israel did these
Bill said: "Cinque cinque cinque him a present." enough) for the Major. things secretly did not hide them And all those vitamins go right
cinque cinque."1 Polack said: "What'll we give Finblly Chuck said: "Hell of a, from the eyes of Jehovah (Ps. 139: into your baking with no great loss
Chuck said: "He never gets drunk, him, Chuck?" war, when you can't event find a' 1, 2; Heb. 4:13)" (John W. Brad. In the oven. So, always getFleischmann'slellw
never, never gets drunk. But he's Chuck said: "That's a hell of a present in ol' Four Eyes' house," bury). good fella." tough one, For a gon' away pres- (TO BE CONTIN'UED)


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News Building Dogwood Street render. We got that one in type and discussion of the volume of ain an
WSPresident Truman's denial came over seed products which would be handi- imately when the crew will arrive,
SUSRPINRTS the radio just in time to keep it from ed annually left no doubt in the (continued f roml page 1) land are asked to have all furniture
being printed., esil a e minds of those attending that such a't~~ ofcr n.e pulled into thre middle of the final.
One -ear---------------$2.00 tatocrnndbns also was inanpitrsemedfo thwls
One Year 20
Six M o th -------------- 1.0o m r a s t a t o perative could operate on a sound t e p h of he s rm T e b as d The c tre c o r ve roth e in q tA
SixAt any rate, we ad plenty of business basis and effect a consider- we rund a the orn ws 0abl
wer nu od ard he orn wa ab ut 1'r cr w ocn v seshn ci edll
A HAPPYCHOICEwarning from all sources that table saving to patrons, most of whom 75 percent loss, eseial fochsproeadith
__end was close at hand; the paper had are not equipped to handle properly, Preston Bird also lost a 30 acrelspraying job begins. Seldom does
The Florida Senate very wisely boa nty T f os r a field of watermelons, and a large the job take more than 30 to 45 mi
has turned to one of its veteran nand aa srnd a s n in s. the onesus of oiontract, 200-250 acres, of corn. The utes.
members, S. Dilworth Clarke, Monti- n corn was only about half ruined and'
cello lawyer and banker, for leader- Although the United States and En- t i Mr. Bird pland to lthm A survey is also being conducted
shp nth 14 ssso. neo teland waited till Tuesday tmaeand more toward pasture and gramn ture rathe p~n roepth crop m-just ahead of the actual work to debes kow ad blstmembers of their simultaneous proclamations, the crops and a continuous curtailmenttue in he thnreln this late 'termine the specific need for thc "uebcud s ee a
t heis e a s o n.hs p ay4 7ns ea chih o e.OS o meoh o u s e
best known and ablest membersg of ital frwcop.I nte esn Sue ol s e a
the State Legislature, he has been ceased and as felt that now
designated by a caucus as its choice Victory was an assured fact, so the is the time to prepare for this trend. i as the war is over"
for the presidency to succeed Sena- paper went to press. Plans were made to make a cost rent of lupine seed from a 100 acre mnalaria breeding mosquitoes than
orestimate, which will be based o e lupine tract. He also had some lossothers. it was explained. Naturally
tor Walter W. Rose, president of the Wemdthsaeaingofheh
ASpecial as of regular editions. We experience of similr cooperative inato other crops, but his tung trees those dttoicts and houses with gA natve o Montcell, Se ato lso printed an additional supply, Georgia. This cost estimate will be were uninjured. c ouain ftedsaebira
A ntie f onicelo Snaorwhich we hope will be sufficient to presented for discussion at a ~meeting! The storm lasted only a short insects are being given priority en. W
Clarke represented Jefferson county
Clarke reprseine0ad Jfrso cout give one to the family of each person to be held as soon as it is completed. time, the high winds prevailing for the spraying jobs.M in the House in 1907 and 1909, but service. These are at The News 10 to 1 minutes, and the width of
for the past 14 years has been a
member of the Senate, where he has free as it w a t l e Negro Church Holds
distinguished himself as a legisladitigushd imel a aleisa on a tiey as.HEALTH NOTES Liberated POW's- District Union
tor of outstanding ability. He enjoys the distinction of having been Dr. F. A. Brink, Director
chairman of the banking committee DSNETNS(otne lr ae1 h.dsrc no fclrdBp
at every session he has been a mem- twist churches met Friday at the La
ber, and has also served as a mem- mont Primitive Baptist Church. Tb
ber of the finance and taxation corn-Strictly speaking, disinfection receive lists through com m ercial u i n r i e 4 0 d r n h h e ~
ber of the finance and taxation com-uinrie $36 uigte he w I
mittee at every session except one. ITEMVS FROM THE MONTICELLO means the destruction of germns or cable facilities and telegraph chap- day meetings and the womans auxil
NES MAYe 1o, o91 viruses capable of producing disease. ters. When requested Red Cross will iary raised $28.15. Mrs. Jessie I el "But let's face facts: I May
true son of Florida, ain able Hence it is an important means of also secure welfare reports on fam- ew car for 2 or 3
parliamentarian and a highly re- preventing disease. lies for men held at European cen- tresren Mrs. A S ens ye a v
spected gentleman, Senator Clarke The citizens Of Monticello gave a To be effective, however, a disin- tars awaiting transportation. Cannot sretary ft
will fill his new position with be- big barbecue to the people of the fectant of s
coming dignity and undeniable abili-conyihooofterrigothth.rgtsr mutbgurnedlvryftee.eptbt
comin dintTndudnabeai i d o yinbort Lofn thasnofh selected; it must be applied properly; men may be en route. Such liberated All regret that the president of the
ty.Thid ibety oa HoorFlag, to the infections material and at the!Prisoners of War have priority for union was ill and not present. The
Along with many others, The which was hoisted under Old Glory t time, n xt meeting will be at Doctors Pond
Muicpa Record extendstto Staena-tina
tor Clark hearies congatulationsictin
Municipal Record extends to Sena- All infections organisms can be Headquarters will forward chapters at Madison in July. Singers from
tor Clarke heartiest congatulations that the county had sold its quota destroyed by heat of sufficient degree all information available eadn the Madison churches who were at and best wishes for continued suc- of bonds in the drive, if continued long enough. Boiling is liberated Prisoners of Wa eus-Lamont were Albert Joseph, James
cess.-Florida Municipal Record. Teewsaceremony at the the common and most available log notification of inquiry. Chapters Bevil], Leon Sloan, Arthur Lee Sip____________________ school auditorium, with Judge J. H. means of disinfecting dishes and tln- should not inquire about men thought un B elmanid Miss Lottie
OUR V-E SPECIAL Merritt of Thomasville making the ens. For discharges, burning and or known to be liberated since no Mae White.
____address of the day. chemical disinfection are more ac- facilities exist to obtain information. The officers of the union are Rev.
When a weekly newspaper, geared Identical service planned foi liberat- W. M. Green, Monticello, president
to the routine production of one issue crowd was entertained with a drill Concurrent disinfection means the ed prisoners of Allied nations having Rev I-. Kinsey, vice president, La per week, puts out an extra edition, by the Home Guards, immediate disinfection and disposal relatives in this country. Chapters monit; Bro. David Garring, secretary.
some explanation of why and how it of all infectious material during the must give immediate Rev. Floyd, pastor of Lake City is
came about seems in order. Jefferson county subscribed $125,- course of illness. Its purpose is to 'service fto notification an nqi ipesident of the Sunday School ConCertainly the editors ha o050 in the Liberty Loan drive with a check the spread of disease. NO inquiries should be sent War Do- venition ,and Rev. Bill Floyd, Talla- -~
thought of being the first to break quota of $37,000,-mnore than three Fumigation is not a reliable means partmient or Red Cross." liassee, repoter. "After all, my Gulf man's on
the news to their readers that Ger- times the quota being raised. C. A.
many had surrendered. We knew Simpson was chairman of the drive, my side! And he says ifI treat
Jefferson county folks would hear my car regularly with Gulf.
the news at the same moment we did, George D. Tait, of Indianapolis, pride* and Gulflex**, it can
and via the same medium-radio, moved to Monticello, making his
However, Jefferson county boys h at Sive Lake Plnttin
and girls have had a tremendous part'
in the successful campaign against' Monday night the home of Mr.
the Germans and we felt that in trib- 'Bob Stevens caught fire and burned
ute to them, and to those whom fate to the ground. Very little was saved.
sent to the opposite theatre of war, .
something should be done by their L. R. Rainey announced in an a
home-town paper to commemorate vertisement that he is closing up his
the event. In a small way. the extra mercantile business as early as pracissue emphasizes the pride that folks tical, and plans to go into service
back home have of their boys and immediately.
girls in service. That's the reason
back of the V-E Special. Mrs. William Dawkins will leave
We ordered and received back- Sunday for Lanark on the Gulf gora V '
ground material on the war about weeks' stay.
four weeks prior to the actual end-; John Stoker who has been spending
ing of the European phase. This a few weeks in the city with old
material gave us some pictures and friends left Tuesday for his home in "What's more, I believe him,
several articles with which to start. Chicago. ba k h e
For our service roster we turned to Charlie Morris of Camp Wheeler is finest lubrication I can get
the honor roll erected on the court I visiting his parents, Mr a Mrs B house grounds. To those names we A. Morris.
added all we could locate of men in B F Hagan of Capps was a busiservice; those who had been inductediness visitor in the city Saturday.
since the board was erected were Miss Elise Lafitte has returned
given us by the local selective service'from Mulberry where she spent the
board, and we added several we knew winter teaching.
who had enlisted prior to reaching l -F Y
registration age. The list, while we k
realize it is not complete, contains, Subscribe to A l U
all the names we could get from all
the sources available to us. The capital letters protects
Mayor Richard H. Simpson prepar- I against carbon and sludge!
ed his V-E Day Proclamation in advance, while at home from the legis- Live Stc Auction Sale
lature one week-end, so we could
include it in our special. The local Bring Your Hogs In recent years, farmers of the South have others whohave toiled through the years
Legion commander, Dr. Conklin, and literallyfulfiledtheirambitiontomaketwo the improved methods now so much
the Red Cross home service chair-, and Cattle to bladesgrowwhere one grewbefore.Througa in evidence.
man, Mr. Scruggs, complied with a MONTICELLO STOCK YARD the use of improved varieties, crop rota- The Seaboard Railway, through its Agrirequest for articles explaining the Awtion every Monday, and get tion, soil improvement, more use cultural Development
services and plans of those organiza- highest market prices. Sale of fertilizers and better cultural methods, effective contribution to the South's agri- to 39 vital chassis points!
tions as they affected service men starts 2 p. in. Monticello Stock crop yields have been greatly increased, culture. Along the Seaboard's lines new Protection plus!
and their families. For a "27 Years Yards. J. N. inawsins, Mgr. This is real progress. But southern agri- crops have been introduced, farmers have

culture has not stopped there. Diversifi- been aided in solving production probcation is the order of the day, so that tre tis ad assisted in finding profitable South is no longer tied down to the one- markets. Hand-in-hand with other concrop system. suctive forces in our territory, Seaboard

-BIG FREE SH F Wr Large credit for the South's progress in will continue to work for greater pros
agriculture is due to the State Colleges, perity among our friends and patrons on
agricultural experiment stations, county te farms of the South.
Agents, the Soil Conservation Service and

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_________Spr'ingdale. 2N 5 N 13 ii Gertrude F. Mlurrell _. 2.87 Wii icks Add MonNotice is hereby given that the followving described lands will be sold at dote 1.L
public auction on the 1st. day of June, 1945, at Monticello, the CotitY of EU' of NE'A of NEV, S 2N 5E 20 tied. & Elizabeth Silin .8j 24 )B LL 411 WoJefferson, State of Florida, to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite oe
to the same, Logether with all costs of such sale and advertising. 5 A In SWI of SW cello Emma Turne .1.80
DESCIPTION .s T R Acres OWNER Taxes & Cost 5E of Slvi. EX Lots 1 & 4 Elk 29
In NW Cor of SE 1.4 of 2 A DB BE 421 S 2N 5E 41 Thomas Neal.69 Wiricks Add MonNE DB BBE 462 15 IN 3E ] Charlotte McClendon 1.12 W Pt of SW Of ticello Frank Carroll. .29
In SE of SE W of SW'I. 9 2N SE 24 Est. J. L. Reichert.7 Lots
Cookseys 16 IN 3E L. J. Moore. 4.34 L 4 & 4 Dreb WA
t5E% of SW'/ I.25 1iN 3 E 40 1. B. Granger D. .31 lows Sub.12 2N 5E 10 Katherine Englia. .,.6 tiello .I. T, Bishop.7.53
NE of SW W of Lot 25 Dreblows Sub 1 2N SE S Sidney Williams 1.15 Lot lBO.OGO Ft B
SEI of SW3/ W of In 5W on Lots 15, AAA 250 Wiricks
i.d 34 IN 3E 47 1. B. Granger .74 16, 17 PB J3 11 18 2N SE 1 Et Blakeslee4.4357 Add Monticello Hannah Shtler.5.27
NE of NW- .36 iN SE 40 I. B. Granger .4 Lot 18 Springdale. 3i43 2N 1] Agnes Ferguson. .1
Ei/ of SE of INW 36 IN 3E 20 Mrs,. Delia Oder. . . .17
E'5 f ER oNW 1, 36 -N _E2'r.Dli d .17 Lots 47, 48, 49. 55, 70, ricks Subdivlision. T. C. Bishop.6.39
SW% of NW d W of 71 72 Springdale 18 2N -E 274 A. J. Schmidt Tr. 7.79 N Pt Lot 9 DB YY
Rd 36 IN 3E 30 Walter Graham 2.54 Lot S0 Springdale IS 2N SE I ary E. Johnson. 1.87 357 J P Palmer
NW% of NW E'/2 of Lots 84, 85 SpringNW3 of Rd .E. 3 i SE 48 1. B. Ocanger .dale. 18 2N SE 1 Itran Felc p. .57.t Lt 2 GB AAA 42
NIA of .NE N of 107 f in S Pt Lot A
SE of NE 4 1S 3E 100 W. B. Bishop 10.29 o Rd I Sn, & LoLh
N of SE of NW 4 IS 3E 20 Palmer Thompson 2.36 561 Sringdal 19 2N TE 4 Maiam E. Washburn 1.91 ) Lot 9 DE YY 64
Lot 7 Jeff Co Pecan SEiOf SW of
Co 12 IS 3E 5 Ben Hill 1.22 21 2N SE 10 & Dora aiiiaii.17
Los1& 2Jf oNW OlS II, Add Monticello. Al 1,. L.
Lots 1 & 2 Jeff Co NL o WL o
Pecan Co 1 1S 3E 12 F. H. Hecox 2.18 I/. 23 2N 5E 10 Anthony Minton. 2.17 Pt lot 4 11 DE No 1
SW of SW/ 2 1 IS 3E 40 Hrs. T. 1. Moore 2.84 NW of NE 24 2N SE 40 W M. Scrugg .6.22 Page 154 H. Poters
SW>,, 5W of SE q W, of E of Add Moticello E. H1. FlipperI. .1.75
N 13/ A of NW NW/. 29 2N SE 303 Federal Land Bank. .97 Lot 11 H. Ports Add
of SE 28 IS SE 213%/ Mrs. W. W. Baker 12.98 in E Pt of of MoIcello Unknown. 1.35
In SE Cor of SW of NI DR AIV o6. 30 2N SE II P. A. Finlayson. 4.97 Lots 14 25 TDB P 29
SW DB 1 Page 131 S1 1S ,E 1 Grace Belvin .98 In Lot 149 DE XX C lt 101k Subdivision C. Carroll. 2.17
SEt of NE A 33 1S 3E 40) Pucett Realty Co. 2.35 12 o SD 5,
SERof E .3 iS lB 4a 'nkct Ralt Co.255 50 & YY 171; . 0- I, N SE 21 Addle G. Arnold.42 Cat toils Subdivision Nathan Gethers.14
SW! of NW%, NW NE of SE1A .1 IN rE 40 '. 0. e. 4. 1.EW
of SW. 34 IS 4E so Puckett Realty Co. 4.57 iaonal SITU of
Lot 44 River Add I 6 is 3E J. M. Bramlett Jr. 1.64 NF' .24 IN a1H 16 Unknown. 2,42 8 Coles Add
All E of RR Ex 107 E% of S rA 26 3N 5E S0 Roseb1d Brow.9.05
A as recorded inS Cor of SE of
Deed Book EBBB NE DE T603 28 IN SE Ills. R. M. Gilbert. .E lt 3 ind Moley Henry.23
Page 426 5 2S 3E 167/2 Glenn Realty Co. 7.30. of 5E N of 1 i e E 3d.s
W2r of SW Ex 1 A 29 2S 3E 119 C. L Morrison. 12.38 M ond DB U Ol4 30 ON IE 70 Hr, Amanda War. 7.11 PiesiA tenon Lands Aloslev HenrI. 7.82
In E of SE I 30 2S 3E 71/ C. L. Morrison 5.22 N tot 24 Academy Hts
It I" III of E'/2 ofi of N.E I/,4.6 1 N 51, 160) Tulia Sheffield.17.94I Add M~onticello . T. T. Tktrfnbill. .45
NE 31 28 2E 4614 C. L. Morrison 4.D2 In NXV of SW1 Lots 26, 27, 28 AcadIn Wi/2 of NWi 3.2 2S 3E 50% C. L. Morrison B AAA 412.431 1 SE 3 Anton Bellamy. .91 cmy its Add MonEn, of NW / S of Rd NW!/ of .5W /.1 1. Is5E 40( Georgia Presha. 1.61 tiello,.V. AI. Folsom. .3.87
Ix 11 A 1 IN 4E 16 Wm. Owens 1.11 hot 17 Elk B Reams W z Lot 6 B SS 322
Nf of N of SWA 1 IN 4E 40 Josh SimpOkins 1.21 Add. 15 E Coin Whitman. Barwiks Add MonLot 9 So Pecan & Or- ticel i J. .a Bttrn. 2.47
chid Co 1 IN 4E 5 Unknown 1.45 NW of NW of
Lots 10, 11, 12 So of NWV,.24 1S sE SO C. L. Leggelt.92 BarIicks Add MonPecan & Orchid Co 1 IN 4E 15 Lee Homer .56 In NWCorof ], of ticelI Won. D. Paish. 2.47
Lot 44 So Pecan & SWU D1 YY 70. I 25E 1 Lewis Fugerson. Lot 45,50 Ft in N
Orchid Co 1 IN 4E 5 F. A. Mahan 1.45 W of 9E1. .SE 80 Est. Grant AndersoI. 7.1) of E'/4 of Lot 11
1 A Sq in NW Cor 4 A in NE Col of GB IU 144 Barof N11, of E o[ S E of NW'1'1 wick, Add MotNW W of SW DB a o NE S 5 SE 44 Eat. Grant Anderson 4.96 cello,
Z, 181 2 IN 4E 1 D. Straws 1.55 Dwg, tore In SW Lot 210S ft
In W of NW of of & lot in 11 200 Barwicks
S3E DB AA34 31 1N 4E 3 .obert Nelson 1.25
SE1/ SIB AAA 18 N 4 oetNlon.12 W of SW PDB Add Monticello Amy,, Hendon.2.47
WlV of NE & E'/ EBB 570 .17 2S 5E 6 Mrs. America Lewis. .99 Lot 12 DPB YY 73
of SE S of Rd 5 IN 4E 80 James E. Taylor 5.87 31 of NE of S\V tarwicks Add MonN Il of NW 1/ of EX 1/ A DE V 510 19 1 N ill" 19 Sandly Green.2.40) ticell._.Samo Bailey.1.76
NW,% o N of SW 10A in NWI,, of Lot of DE PP 288
of SW% & S'!2 of NW1, PB BBB 224 D0 i N 1O America Lewis. 1.57 Earwicks Add 1\odNW I(. SWf W ./ S 2N 61, 20 1rs. W. H. Hampton.2.) Monticello. Amy Hendon, 1.49
of Itd 13 IN 4E 40 Wml. & J. D. Bailey 6.71 W', Of NWV o SW SW / of SE. .11 N 4E 40 .1. T. & L. V. Phelps 5.51 N1,5 of NW .1 2N 7P 80 J. B ownd .4.28 N8 Lt ADd
Na of W of NEI/ 5E f NWU 20 2N 4
Ex iA 23 IN 4E 59Y Wim. & J. D. Bailey 7.79 Monticello Callie Daniel. 1.40
S /, of Si/ of SE Aa SW I/.20 2 N 71' 64 Est. S. T. Sinclair.1.16 Pt Lot S Piliworths
NW"fIEV".2 I E 4 Mory Loti Collins. .I I Acid MoInticello .Rebecca Nolan.2.17
SN of SEl of. SE-N"RE
of SWV 24 1N 4E 10 J. V. & Margia Sheppard. 1.87 W of 'A, N1 Pt Lot Dilwoitis
In sE Pt of SW% Matha Henderson. 2.17
of SW'/ .24 1N 4E 10 Est. J. J1. Connell.1.87 ,o 1 .1 N 7 2 la .Els.1.4 AdMniel
ot Lots. N 18 1 48 & 49 GB Pt Lot 5 IDilxvortlis
I in NW% of BB 17 Original Add Montiello . Sutan Black.2.17
N11"i, N Of Plan Monticello
SW',', of .NW Ex
DB BBB 542 25 1N 4E 16 J. W. & Margin Sheppard. 3.05 Pla & 11 0 ft GP TT 601 S1ltra Ala Dotcel BEE A4. 21g .N 4. 16 worthIs Add Mot,NI.P4 of NE Ex L~ 6 6 iel
1.2E18 S,' of N 1 Lot 21t PB b,18lcl. .J F. Weave. 2.77
4% A 26 N 4E 35 J. W. Connell 1.27 Oriial Pn MoIn NP Cor of NE ticello Elizabeth B, White I., ZZ 547 il,,,ortlis
of NEU PB EBB Lot 0ax465 ft B
541 26 IN 4E 4 J. W. & Margin Sheppard. L3 AAA 911 urinal Add Mont d Lt .
In Et12 of NW' of Plan Monticello P M .t. 527 L 2 2 ft ithP1
SWI% DB AAA 212 26 IN 4E 1 Ester Stewart .81 I Lot 83 'O AS 16tPllorth.
N11', of SW I .27 IN 411 40 Est. Thelma Rainey 1 1.78 1 Scotta Add 50x10 Ft in Lot 27
W" of W of SW1/ 27 IN 4E 40 J. B. Lacy .378 Monticello rs. Mak Pec. 2.17 GE UI 84 GilBegin 557.7 ft N of Lot 2 DE WW '47 worthi, Add MonNI Cor of SE% of Nothern Add Man- ticelI Win. Mcrett Jr. 1.68
NW" Run W 1650 ticello B. I. layton.16 pt Let 1 PB CC 99
ft. S 777.3 ft, Soth-. Pt Lot 2 PE BBB 114 Letchwoths Add
easterly 1742 ft &ZZ495 Northern
along Hoadc to WV
lineof 81, of Add Monticello Lam11ar Davi. .5.27 lt 6feelk Bo Reich-ls ,:ietIlv .24
line of ME%/ of LtC l eel
NWii N to PointLf SE mat Add MontiNIA~j N toP~iatCor Lot F TIP, T.L,
beginning '. I 3 1N 4E 40 Sheldon Whitehouse 7.15 102 North. II A
N ,tj Ei nng I't Lot 7 Elk 16 _PB
of 33 1 4 W .Colson 2 I Daniel 1 P g 4 Simon
of Si.' ai 'i Lot 210N2 4 80I W.1osn.2.2 Mniel Add Monticello Lizzie, Finlavson. .I.1.76
NWie of NWX, NLT 14 Pt Lo 7 Elk 16 PT
of NVW if SW & othr d
of NW 34 1N 4E 50 M. A. Gresham 5.22 tticl 11 0 Fag :58 Siinons
NfNV, _t .t 345 INp -Xiltclo.I.f.Z i 1.q Add Monticello . Willie, Sloan. .1.70
N t Let 187 SPPtEk81.AA
& 0 Co 8 2N 4E 4 Roy Kirkbridge 1.12 Pot 12 Elk S lR
N Pt Lot 1 SPWii Add. I Page 1 Sin2N Pt 4o Walte HebSr.13 Motcel ,,n(oe.7.2 otis Add Monticello flames Turner.2.17
& O C-o 8 2N 4E 4 W alter Helboauer 1.22 M lte lo .70
Lots 580, 583 S Pin k 12 T
& 0 C . 8 2N 4E 10 Alvin C. Green 2.17 Moitticel A. .
Lot 598 s P & 0 Co 8 2N 4E ; Peter Jeker 1.15 Lot. 2 & 5 & S 3-5 Monticello Win Howell Jr. 2.01
Lot 10 S P & 0 Co 8 2N 4E 5 T. Henry Green 1.15 Lot 6 Elk 13 Wir- Pt Lot 15 PB AAA 90
E. of NW'S of ifk Add. Monti- F. I,. Simon Add
NW WY Of NE cello. .Louise ]Ieletrt. 4 NMollo Ernest Haua.2.47
of NWU Ex 3 A 2N 4E 1t Geo. Smith 1.91 L N Lot 14 F. L. Simon
Lot 2 S P & 0 Co 9 2N 4E 5 Mis. J. S. Curtis. Lot 6 Elk 1: Wir- Add Monticello .Win. Howell.1.45
Lot 20 .' P & O Co. 9 2N 4E 4 Carabell Robbins 1.02 in WV, of NBA PB
Lot 22 S P & 0 Co 9 2N 4E 4 Margaret Peck .1.02 elo. 1 Lettse leichert. .51 LL 282.)02N 5E 1 Mrs. J. B. Home.
Lot 23 S P & 0 Co 9 2N 4E 4 Lillie B. Swanson. 1.02 pt Elk 15 PB Z7 563 It NE i B BE 508 30 2N E S J. E. & Cie. lacks", 90
Lot 24 S P & 0 Co. 9 2N 4E 4 Gertrude Yeckley 1.02 Wiricks Add Moo- In Sr of NE11 PB
NV, Lot 285 SP & tiello. .1-ety A. Malley 22.1 XX 111. 10 SN 5E Bird, Bird & Rast. 2.26
0 Co 9 2N 4E 2 Mary McGowan 1.04 pt Lot I PB AW 9 in NE'A of 81/ DE
8% Lot 285 S P & Witicks Add Alan- 1 Page 171.10 2N 7 Bent. Green.2.17
U Co. 9 2N 4E 2 Cora Williams 1.04 tlello. nry A. Malloy. 645 in NWU of qW
Lot 608 S P & 0 Co 9 2N 4E 4 Alice Watkins . 1.02 Pt Lot 18 B WW q2 PB WW 357 10 SN SE Pansy I. Anderson.14.84
In SE of SEi4 PB brickss Add MDB- In NI of SW
XX 245 113 2N 4E 11 Johanos Larkins 2.7 tiello .enry A. Malloy. 4.57 PR ZZ 418. 30 ON E Nerdie B. Bullock.18.36
In SW of SE PB 60x80 Ft in Elk 21 J. TAYLOR, Tax Collect
AA 136 .13 2N 4E 10 P. Boatman 2.17 11 PB 1 Page 151 Jefferson County, Florida.
1/, of W of SW 1/
of SEI1/,SY of S ii.
of SWf/ 13 2N 4E 73 Ethel Davis 10.91
Pt Lot 20, Lot 29 S P
& 0 Co 16 2N 4E 6 Caratbelle Robbins D1.59
Lot 50 S P & 0 Co 16 2N 4E 5 Isabella Halvers .74
Lot 54 SP & O Co. 16 2N 4E 5 J. W. Wells 1.15
Lots 61. 67, 68 S P
& 0 Co 16 2N 4E 15 Isabella Stein ._. 2.87
Lot 97 SP & O Co. 16 2N 4E 5 C. H. Ball 1.15
Lot 111 S P & 0 Co. 16 2N 4J, 5 JH J. Taxlee 1.15
Lot 161 S P & 0 'Co. 16 2N 4 E 5 Henry T. Green 1.15
Lots 180, 221 S P & (MAKE IT MELLOW)
O Co 17 2N 4E 10 Henry T. Green 2.17
Lots 183, 184 S P &
O Co 17 2N 4E 10 J. W. Stevenson 2.17
Lot 186 St & 0 Co. 17 2N 4E 5 Daisybeli Bryson . 5
Pt Lot 187 S P &
O C 17 2N 4E 2 Roy Kirkbridge 1.04
E% Lot 232 S P &
O Co 17 2N 4E 2Y Georgia Snow 1.04
In 'NE PB AAA 310 23 2N 4E 3 Lucile Douglas .5:
In SEI of -NW D PB
PP 370 .23 SN 4E 2 Jeff Oliver J. 1.04
In W/ of NW DB
PP 187 23 2N 4E 3 Ellis James 1.17
In NE PB VV 10 24 SN 4E 70 Hrs. P. P. Faglie. 1.05
Lot 2 Kidders Sub
No. 2 24 2N 4E 5 Dr. R. Peterson 1.45
Lot 5 Kidders Sub
No. 2 24 2N 4E S Vernice Davis 1.45
Lot in E of NE
DB TT 62 25 2N 4E Est. Wim. Bailey 2.38
Lots 162, 161, 165,
177, 179 North Fla
Pecan Co 27 2N 4E 13% E. F. Heyd 3.17
Lot 92 North Fla
Pecan Co 33 2N 4E 5 John Coffman 1.37
Lot 163 North Fla
Pecan Co .33 .2 4E S W. A. Reed 1.37
Lot 104 North Fla
Pecan Co 33 2N 4E 5 R. J. Klaiber 1.37
Lot 29, North Fla
Pecan Co . 3 2N 4E 2 Mrs. L. W. Underwood 1.11
Lot 243 North Fla
Pecan Co :14 2N 4E S Tillman & Drayton 1.17
In NoL 14 3N 4E 21% Sallie Rerning 3.41
Pt Lot 4 36 3N 4E 40 (Godfiey Scott 5.22
In W of SWA DB
VW 383 8 iS 4E 2 Joel I. Groom 6.73
In SWt11 of SE'/ of
SE 25 IS 4E 5 Unknown 1.2:3
In NW of SW'. DB
YY 23 32 15 4E 1% Theodore Cole . .88
In E/ of NW DB
SS 221 5 2S 4E 1 Millie Shuler .88
NE% of NEA of SEA 23 2S 4E 10 Henry Silvers ,. .76
E f cf E of SW
of SW 23 2S 4E 10 A. J. McVey 1.06
E- of W of SE%
of NW%.23 2S 4E 10 Hilda Lavia 1.16
NWU of SW W%
of NE of SW%.
NW% of SWV of
SW % 25 28 4E 70 E. C. Easel 4.09
W o WA 3A a good neighbor policy in Acapulco
Wis of SW /, 13 AP in, SWia of NW%.,
PB BB 452, E%
of NIW of 'NW% Friendliness knows no borders. Down beyond the Rio Grande, the friendly
S of Rd, 27 A in N Pt of SW I/t of
NW/ DB BBB 452 1 SN 5E 127% E. Thomas Kinsey 18.50 invitation Have a Coke meets the same warm response as here at home. It's
W1/ of W of NW
of NW IS of Rd 1 3N SE 5 Elif Thomias Kinsey. . .1.25
ofNW SofEdI N E E jToms iney 135agracious form of friendliness that is understood and welcomed in any clime, .
N, of NEI Ex 29% a
A, SWI of NE 2 1N 5E 90 E. Thomas Kinsey 11.09
Pt of SEA of NE, in language. Your American man knows that to offer Coca-Cola
E of SE Ex 4 A DB EBB 452, S
of NWA, 25 A in is an international passport to refreshment and friendly companionship in
NWU of SE',4 &
in NEY, of SWA foreign
DB AAA 347 2 IN 5E 221 E. Thomas Kinsey 27.15 man lands.
TV%, of SWI of NE 21 IN 5E 10 Jesse Williams .4.53
SWA of NWU . 22 IN 5E 40 A. J. McKinney. 3.77 BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY Of THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY called by its friendly abbreviation
E% of W% 3 2N 5E 160 Lotivelia Slater. 17.64
it SWU of SEU DP u
YY 482 5 2N SE 2 Jas. Bell 1.02 MC C B Tt o eMPAma
W% of SEA 6 2N 5E 80 .1. W. & Lula Barrett 1.66 M
S Pt Lot 115 DB TT 78 7 2N 5E 2 H. A. Wright .87
Lots 116, 129 Spiing- 0__945_Th._____Co.
dale 7 2N 5E 10 Unknown 2.17
Lots 110. 113, 144


*C* "Suddenly the patrol stood on the fensive that smashed the Colmar force of 600 Germans had left the charge. Moving cautiously through
Orion Parker Is Signers Needed- west bank of the Rhine River-the pocket and drove the battered rem- village 20 minutes before. 'the foggy dair.n.,ss, tl pit ol passed
S kf Atfirst group of men from the 28th nant of the German Wehrmacht into "To determine now far the Wehr- t inteillcing wcb of trenches,
Guest SpeakerAt (continued from page 1) 'Keystone' Division to reach the the Reich. macht had withdrawn, the patrol wasn li
New dvelopents re beng mae Rhi, in he Comar sctor f the "Tne.atrolwas frmed emllilccli!eHnte dugoutsts
KiwaniseMeetingdevelopents arehbeing amade Rhtnein fthe Co esecr of te 'e aarol vasa ormed after formed with Technical Sergeant Wil- ant ccten'iess pill boxes-a of vhich KiwanisMeeting so rapidly these days, that in a mat- Alsatian front and the first to gaze Company I, commanded by First bur Myers of Oak Hill, Oii a enaadndi ra at.
ter of a few years after the war across the broad river to the oppo- Lieutenant Leo E. Seery of Batesends canned foods will be very old- site shore that was lined with a wall ville, Arkansas, had learned that a Circuit Court Judge W. May Walk- fashioned. The produce that the of concrete bunkers. REPoI' OF Cor' 1E 1(YF
er, prosecuting attorney Orion Park- market will demand, and that will "By virtue of its trek to the Rhine, '^^^^^ ^^ ^ .JEFFE,]SO .
er, Miss Fredrica Cook, court steno- have the best sale will be frozen the patrol is considered the firt It 1 011 1 Y ,.CJ
grapher, Jim Hafley, F.B.I. director, produce. This is the phase of the to discover that the Germsst CLASSIFIED ADSJ o i .A s S, ,,
and J. F. Williams were Kiwanis project that makes it such a wonder- abandoned their elaborate network of r eliort oeCo t Foinances ot ll a ni eptem I 7', 1944 as
IC Dl cd to the Comlptrl lerI, 1, thle Ci-i 1 1,ijI CoulI anu ti, Board of Cornaguests on Wednesday. ful thing for the community to heavily fortified positions on the Ii coissioners of Jefferson 0ant Iorpid a' Mi eb' pIe 1ublned r
Mr. Parker was the guest speaker. have. We should be in on the ground west side of the river, permitting the WRITE for 1945 prices on baby o11v oIt Ch0ator 128.04. Fla ,Statut If l.
He noted the quiet way in which V-E floor on such a project, and not have Americans to move safely through chicks, New Hampshires, Barred J. 31 LEE, (tHIPTHOLLER
day was celebrated and mentioned to wait years for it." the concrete belt to the very edge of Rocks, Wyandotts. Book your or- %osonln" 'no % oF % 0 U An IXISTEmmI,;) i (t)CN'1T C o31JS>sthe heavy fighting that still remains. A commercial processing and the river. der now for baby turkeys, blood- SIGNERS:
For the benefit of the two million Ield rabese rnedrc
men the beeeased otl fomilliopacking plant is to be built in ad- "The patrol crossed the flat lands t bars Ewes

ve, e released shortly framsister- dition to the locker space, and to the deep-flowing water barrier from Texas. Hatches weekly. tf ntt d r 'a re. T u"
vchurethttoe get asitbe frozen meat, poultry, and produce just three days after h eet Stever's Hatchery, Live Oa F.a t. edmion. -2,,122s1
in every possible way will be purchased from the individual Army launched its 'squeeze play' of- ^E FR S cing nomilit. .49.
employment. They have given much, farmer, processed by the quick- ',LONEIY FOR SALE-Pint .3 ataeng o
he said, and getting them into good .5.Clo520.Cm oe, 'nnl',0 ,1,1;.8,0135 .99
he s a gettingrthe intorgood freeze method and shipped out in THE HONORABLE DISCHARGE .55. Gallon $2.00. Comb honey, I. l'i ti 2-702.55.
jobs is a project worthy any organ- carlot shipments. It will open up EMBLEM quart. 75. K. B. Trefry. Itp TransfI .1.0
izlation. a new market for Jefferson county Itefunds a l s Ice ti. 'n .is e .1.175 9 1
There was free discussion of the farmers, and will be the means of The honorable. discharge emblem GREEN SLABS-$5.00 per load de- Total Available . 164,729.64
proposed quick freeze and cold stor- the local products competing with will be seen in increasing numbers on livered in town. No phone. Mail p 1pp
age plant. A spirit of enthusiasm South Florida produce. the lapels of civilian clothes. It your orders. Florida Veneer & .
and optimsm pervaed the dicus- Lumer Co., Ic. 541 Generl Admnistra, tion $ 12, 2 91. 3A
and optimism pervaded the discus- Locker space for 300 applicants Lumber Co., Inc. 5-11 Law enforcement & Court Costs . .241.58
sio an i wa pintd ut ha Roa'd an Bi di,, Plpenlilttir i. s ii'7l
sion and it was pointed out that a must be signed up in advance be- Welire (All ih bs e tu .
rare opportunity is presented Jeffer- fore the application for priorities N I CE Agriculture and Fulb i.2,271O
son county in this project, one that can be made to the government. nMi I 1, 1 o.
should be eagerly grasped. IThese lockers give 6 cubic feet of Tempo.r.De. . 2 000.00
storage space each, and rent for ieSpassng On OUr nd o 9t 4
DAD'S CLUB PAYS VISIT TO $12.50 to $17.50 per year. One Total Authoi ized 1xpenditu es. . . 11 ,143.58
FINNEY GENERAL AGAIN year's rent must be placed in escrow Ofe t.s 19 . $107,70.78
Ea tr siltnlibl 1 1, 1941 . .9 .57,158.84
when the application is signed. Caspark grounds seDislQn te anl (lh Balane 1 gg
Members of the Monticello Dad's Applications are at the Farmers On our
Club paid another welcome visit to and Merchants Bank; F. A. Johns- ASSETS
soldiers hospitalized at Finney Gen- ton's store, and the county agent's at mght must be Valu Of Count' illilinis and .i.i $ 8.0,010
eral Hospital, Thomasville, Sunday office. Several Kiwanians also have top .hte of County Road ilip .elluitnt 1.0.0.
afternoon, applications and are making every means the wearer has served in the stopped. 1.IABIIl'I'IES
Ten men motored to the Georgia endeavor to get the required 300 armed forces of the United States
hospital and spent the afternoon signed up as quickly as possible. and has received an honorable dis- MONTICELLO NURSERY CO. 1:naild Bills or Vouchers, siptemer 10.1 14 $ 4.572.80
Bonds Outstanding, September 10, 1944 .000,00 visiting the boys in the recreation charge. F. A. MAHAN, Owner No. 41 ay i.
rooms and wards. Games and con- Service-Columnversation were the order of the afternoon. The men had with them C f pg 1
many flowers which were the gif t of I who have taken part in that victory, Mrs. R. H. Gelling. Messrs. Simpson and of those who are still giving and J. T. McClellan spent most of their all for a similar victory in the their time visiting the wards and dis- Pacific. TE tributing the flowers to men who' '~
wrebuingate tcomer to hen io Pvt. Claude H. Malloy is revealed were unable to come to the recreationI as a member of a 24-man patrol room, which approached the Rhine anc'
Cookies and soft drinks, which the found it undefended. From the field club carried with them, were served headquarters of the European Theatre also. The Dad's Club plans to enter- of operations, United States Army tain a group of about 30 men front the Monticello News received the the hospital in Monticello some eve- following release:
ning near the first of June and to "Through the clammy darkness give a watermelon feast at the hos- and mist-blanketed marshlands, a 24 pital in July. man patrol from Company I, 110th
"Dads" who attended were C. A. Infantry wended its way stealthily
Simpson, J. T. McClellan, C. M. Me- past numerous abandoned pill boxes e,
Clellan, J. V. Jarvis, W. M. Scruggs, over a maze of interlacing trenches kp
Sam Reichert, W. R. Shuman, W. F. and through mire and waist-deel v
Whittle, R. E. Clark and Mr. Dubose. water. er&'-,.,r -7_1
g a /U,


Christie Hall Business Machines


New L. C. Smiths can be had I TO



Repairs on all makes of Business Machines M


Rorn where I sit Ar Joe Marsh

The Hoskins

are a One-Family USO

Saturday night is open house for And do they appreciate it! A service men at Dad and Ma Hos- touch of home life, hospitality,
kins'. They spread out sliced tur- good food, a pleasant glass of 4
key and chicken, hotbreads and beer or cider-and, afterwards, .
cake, sweet cider and ice-cold maybe a sing around the piano,
beer-and let any service man or a chat before the fire.
who wants to, come and help From where I sit, a lot more
himself. families could take a tip from
Some townsfolk thought the the Hoskins', and give our serv"
fellows might get obstreperous ice men a chance to spend off or take advantage of the Hos. hours in homelike surroundkins' hospitality. But the men wings, in an atmosphere of mod- S I / 1
are quick to recognize that oration and good fellowship. sO--l 'S 1e n18L LupL UP" l u L Vic,_ory
here's a real American home, where friendliness and moderation are just naturally observed. Who can blame Americans for going half Tet's buy extra War Bonds-they will be
mad with joy as Hitler's cruel war machine ceded now, more than ever.
No. 116 of a Series Copyright, 1945, United Swtes Brewers Foundatic is smashed into the dust! For all who have yet's use transportation wisely. Greyhound
fought and worked and suffered grievous culd like to offer unlimited pleasure travel
loss, this hour of triumph is deserved. 1ht away today but carrying war
. manpower is still its most urgent task Weloome to- But our men are still fighting and dying lu ay e isu thats G ound will lad
ou may be sure that Greyhound will lead out thero in the Pacific. If we let down nw e field with fine new equipment, new
PINE VIEW SANDWICH SHOP we'll be letting them down! Mfort features, new Carefree tours just as

UTLEY'S PLACE Let's stick to our war jobs until Ul ca*n as war requirements will permit.
says, "Well done-you can relax!" .But now-let's finish the job!

Chicken Salad Bar-B-Q

Hamburgers Cheesebergers

Side order of Potato Salad g,

Hi-Way 90-1 Mile East of Monticello 41Y, 'MRS, AUBREY WILLIAMS, Mgr.


visitor present. MsCARD OF THANKS at the home of Mrs. Frances M- snging was enjoyed, refreshments of
Circle No. 4 mee with Mrs Jima Kinney. Each member invited aaCoca Cola cake and ice cream were
Smith with 7 members and 2visit- We wish to thank our many friends guest and brought a box of refresh- served.
ors present. for the kindness shown us at the ments. There were 19 members and guests

th withstiss Mr. PearlMram.ic.withSfatheraWe especiallywishtto than
s e Social A activities The Business womens circle met death of our beloved husband and After various games and groupattending.
23 members present. Mrs.AHeldlMran MHnd rsns.aaddMmi

children,~~~~~,. moved Wednesda into spnMudyrihM.Bli'.oh L Next Monday, May 14th, all circles His e fo thee utifu songs which
MriaVela Grant spent last week Harry E. Brown has returned to will meet at the church at 4 o'clock they sang at the funeral. IXOE J XA
we Miant th her sister, Mrs. Orlando after a visit here. with his with Mrs. Ola Hughes in charge of The Howard Cooksey Family.
hu on Blom family, the program.
A. B3. White of Fort Myers was Mrs. D. H. Gilbert, Miss Nellie
Mrs. J. W. Smith and Mrs. K. Hampton were oy M. Green

guest f he wekand twort of heromisonro sit Tuesday night recent visitors in Pav, Ga. agriclture show that 23.8 tons of Tells a Farm StoryMayo
_____________--fertilizer materials and 1,098.8 tons Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Revell, Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Blair and family of mixed fertilizers were sold in Jef- By President Roy M. Green
IColorado A & M College'2"' children, moved Wednesday into spent Sunday with Mr. Blair's moth- ferson county during the month of Fort Collins, Colorado
their new home in East End. er, Mrs. L. C. Blair in Madison. March. Big crops and good prices left a
s Awwheat farmer not long ago with Mr. and Mrs. D.Sta r andW. P. Wch has returned METHODIST CROUPS ENJOY $30,000 cash in the bank. Said he,
small daughter, Linda,moved this to her home in Selma, Ala., after PICNIC SUPPER MONDAY If I don't invest this in inflatedGreen
wekinto the Milton Annderson a visit with her sister, Mrs. W. W. ___ advlewa a owt twoe [ to earn anything?" I said to him,
he"Did you ever think of using part the Methodist Church and Mrs. De of it to insure yourself a steadier

Mrs, ~ ~ ~ ~ an dagher Ann weree calle tohrfr icm fertewr
Mrs. L. unte had s Lhe (j~g.) Elizabeth Weatherly has Witt Kuder's Sunday School class en- famicoeate h wr or $150b' guests for the week end two of her he tto t y joyed a joint picnic supper Monday a month, or $1,800 a year in War I'
Turned to he tto tNorfolk, Bns
sisters, Miss Lucille n week b you can begin to collect ten

thet deat ofy Prof Bullck' brother
4udadxyears after the war $200 a month. N "' A
and Mrs. F. R. Williams.
tAs you will be getting older by that children of Lake Butler. In_____ Aftnr supper the groups adjourned time, wouldn't that be a better sup- ""''

R. a a Professor and Mrs. W. J. Bullock to the living room for a business and element to what income the farm
Mr.EiaehW triladand daughter, Ann, were called toisocial meeting. then produces than having to turn ~tendedi the grauaio exerise atndwa young daughter, Betty, of Green Abumingenf ltern offv personeeenjoyedtagaintothecreamncannandewhat1
iiyour wife can make out of chickens9 dayeenings when the weekend

Jewelle Deesh reeie herf diloa Sunday.1
Cove aspringss wil spen t irs ,tedahoPrfBullock's brother- tideghflocsn.Wouldn't it be a nice retirement fundC)?y
hee sgust f r. tabrd5I in-law, for a fellow that is now 55 years old? Zo

mrthand Mrs. . Piliard. an r. .M leet rtre
mothes Elizabet and Willi. CSeventh Graders Have Weiner Roast 0 a month cash coming in last time?" YA Y.- Aii~r
Rev, and Mrs. J. L. Hunter at- Lt. and Mrs. S. S. Benham of Tyn- On Friday evening, Mrs. Russell
tended the ~~~~~~~~~~~~graduation exercises atli ilPnm City, and MsWalc enrtidhrscio of-Bonds a lump-sum as reserve for op
oMabe Lingenfelter of Tallahassee, the seventh grade with a wener rations in bad years, for

-lavans, FloridaSvannah, qupet orrpis
Send wH tini M Mr. and Mrs. K. Bowden, roast at her home on WWaukeenh
day eening whentheir Znsfor up-keep, for new household 1
Jewell Dees received her diploma. Sunday. street. e uipment; and then whatever the
Mrs. Ophelia Wells assisted in postwar adjustment, you would have III ,I l N" 1 11 'N I

Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pichard and Mrs. L. M. Clements returned entertaining the young guests. an easier time of it than you had
Tuesday from a visit with her son- last time.hre nd st Ms
daughter, Betty, of Tallahassee andS Yo

edia elaS aaueeFr de rou iold' nover da Miss May LitnI.R.Lno n
Misses Elizabeth and Effie Cureton av and Mrs. ONE AND PETER MARRAINE
of Jacksonville were weekend guests Hoad M~be ule, i IE AEELPRY would have already completed one
of Mr. and Mrs. JoAn Cureton. Savannah, Ga. of your own.
eA farewell party was given Mon- If you are proud of the indepen
sMr. and Mrs. 0. R. Linton had as day evening for one and Peter Mar- fence of your occupation, and jealous

both plA shek was delihtfullyrin s uh fita ps
their week end guests Mr. and Mrs. rain, who will leave Monticello next
W esible don't orate and Kinguspoke
partof astwee, gingove toat-S. L. McCall, Jr., and daughter, Jean, week to return to their home in odrWRBNS $6.A6o.E K'
tendtheStae Fderaionof ardn Miss May Linton, W. R. Linton and England. The party was in the form - ---____7i, %4/
at of a picnic supper given at the home CCl&oca FAT,
Clubs, of which she is a district di-' snBilaloJcksonville. of Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Simpson, with Colored Memorial h(bELP MAKE UP "'If
retr Mrs. Earl S. King, of the Presby- members of the primary department 2FCrOIN M&
terian Congo Mission, Africa, was of the Presbyterian Sunday School as Wenea e Mrs. John C. Anderson has re- uesto Rev,.n .T uss -iu ru.7 FAr!; 9016 C IT Irs~,.~ ,
turnd fom viit wth issPhy -allace this week. Mrs. King spoke lone and Peter were each given a Thursday evening May 3rd., the ~ C~/NEP@
lis Parramore in Madison and with '."/
frieds i AtlntaGa. hilein iat special services held at the local lovely white Testament as a fare- Matrons Society of the Mmra ~.T9VKAV.
bohpae h a eihflyPresbyterian church Wednesday eve- well gift from the Sunday School, BapitCuc clrd i
ning in connection with the birthday a C ( h a p
party of the Womans Auxiliary.
Mrs. Hugh Fraser, Sr., after Mrs. W. G. Croft, Sr., and grandspending the past six months in Mon-' snJim rdenofMyhsT M R O F RI A C N B O EO T N PS I S
ticello, left Wednesday for Atlantabenvstnhe duhe MsEL.T M R O F RI A C N B O EO TA T PS I S
where ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ Smt with 7il member and 2n visit-istnghrdagteMs.RL

wuhrsill visi Mr. and Mrs. Oglesby. Mr. Croft, a former repre- AU DT A'
Hughsraserank sentative of Lafayette county, was CENTER FOR THE
also here briefly, en route to TallaDr. W. W. Williams of Jackson-iltassee, where he visited the state Legislature. They returned to their
yule, Statew Sunday School secretary home Thursday.
of the Baptist Church, is spending! __________this week in Monticello conducting a
ShDr. and Mrs. A. T. Futch, of
course at the gTromasville, Ga., spent Tuesday
First Baptist Church.
Maurice Tripp and Mr. Tripp. Dr.
agricuchurecenowytreturned tonthe

Mrs. H. Biuce Hulse and daughter to
Diana, left Tuesday by plane from omtates after spending 2 1-2 years irin the China-India-Burma theatre of
where they are visiting Major Hulse's war. He is a captain in the U. S. family. They will visit relatives in TMedical corps, and before entering service was on the staff at Archbold

City before returning home. class enMrs.ninganeExtension Worker Visitsr eMiss Ruby McDavid, district home
visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Colson'demonstration agent, of Tallahassee p A S
foAte suppe thee group adjourned,",

for som tie. er usbnd was a visitor in Monticello WedAM03/c R. E. Colson, was tr-ans- nsa.Sewso uieswt
nesday. ~~t the livin oomfon business andC N 11e-1-1z

ferred from Miami to San Diego, Mrs. Opeigelloa oeA'
Mrs. ~ ~ ~ oca meetinglsloalhoe.

California, and left here by plane thissraio deigtflnccsin

Tuesday for that point. ______________._.
SevethCaaderaHae WenerAoTs

The Rev. said Mrs. Ashley V.v Waukeenah Ms Ru
Pickern and small son, Timothy, ofe Griffin, Ga., spent Sunday here with hMiss Josie Gramling of Tallahassee
lMams. Rev. Pickern has recently ass
accepted a call to the First Baptistg
MrA faewl part wasy give Mon-con

Church in Perry. He preached hereand fined to her bed for a few days. ofein at pinc upr ienahehm
members ofe theprmayveprten
ofth rebteinusuacl as oru ite

Mrs. Annie Grameing spent thea t a e
CARDen OFt THANK nic ats theel homet ofes Mrs.ete Frneicnign aejydersmnso

Mrs. T. B. Bishop, Mrs. T. B. friends.auestMand bruh aN box o rers- evd
in theSkindness.shown u t m se ee ra e
McDonald, Mrs. L. M. Keenb and Stte various gaegadgouit
faterWeesecill wih.o tan

Mrs. Thomas Folsom spent Wednes-a pleasure of having two sons of Or- _RODUCTION of ais is one of the
they attended a district conference st
ofth omnsScityfr hrsia lando with them over the weekend, miracles of the age, yet this industry is W-of~Th Howar Cooksey Family.rChisia

Service, in its infancy. Plastic manufacturers, that is, the This advertisoment ~- ~ .
Miss Mary Helen Colson of Jack- producers of the basic powders and pellets is produced in, the ,",''N.
Royveres M.ein Greenl her w her
Colrad A& MColeg

Sgt. and Mrs. Fountain H. May, sov-esetSna eewt e which are processed into plastic products, have ilens loriud.Malcf 11<,"- 1
parents,~~~~~~or Colins Colorado.Cosn Ln F id fli

announce the arrival of a son, Foun-p found it best to locate their plants close to the ago w taa Howard May, Jr., who was rnt i
Wensdyateno, a th t Cpl. Bernard Holifield of Dale sources of raw materials. wljo m~olt be !Itr
Wetoda earnnon anyhig? Ith sadtohm

the Archbold Infirmary in Florence. Mabry Field, Tallahassee, was the New sources of raw materials are beingdiscov- etd in oeingr
guesto it tos insuren yoursel aun steae

The baby weighed 6 1-2 pounds and gurered frequently, yet already 'orida's vaft oets,h he month ors $1,800 ar yearg incly War.

soy beans, cotton seed husks,cane, grain husks, c ten
year afte the warme $200aomnth

Mrs. Mrs. G. A. Littleton, formerly, citrus pulp and palmetto are ideally adapted for
Brinson, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Mae Carter' Floyd, has received word use in the plastic industry. Nero Are Sinfla of the 5Hfic Q mlaifiem en the
J. B. Brinson of Monticello. that her husband has arrived in Eng- Florida's rapid construction program makes it an tur

Miss Margaret Stokley has return- land. excellent field for plastic molding, an industry n at
ed to Montgomery after spending the essentially localized. This, along with its general Southern pine yields cellulose, Acrylate resins can be oi2tained'
weekuldn't ittbeharniceeretirementnfund

Mrs. Bailey withkheyr aieyts W. atkng ars fe daysoin Tahasee wiith advantages of location, transportation facilities, acetate, cellulose nitrate, rayon from lactic acid and butadiene
laor, plus viscose, transparent cellulose and from corn . and that list is
ley, who has been visiting at home n itn an lignin, all of which are valuable incomplete. Further research
also, left Tuesday for New Orleans, with other friends and relatives there. to vast sources of raw materials, makes Florida
where he sails on a merchant marine 1a field well worth the careful consideration of cover new uses for the rich
vessel. Guests of the Stokley's Mon- Mr. and Mrs. Napoleon Gramling plastic manufacturers seeking new locations in Turpentine and rosin are sources ', storehouse that is Florida.
day~~~~~~~~~pucae ofr equipment, for repairs, lstal fthi uriur ndp

[selos l ofire furnistur od po potentially profitable fields. of isoprene and camphor. Plant Our investigation indicates that profit
Dan Shrouse of Key West and Char- I osein inafrht etoe and animal poen csiec) psiiiisi h auatr fti
lie F. Mostly of Panama City. mat Capps Friday evening. A
kerosene stove was the origin of the are being used in the mak- product in Florida merit your
blaze. ing of synthetic wool fibers. careful and immediate invest
F. P. Polk and Miss Joyce Polk, of, ____ FLORIDA PM IY nation. Abstracts of available
T upeo m eb dy extrasppi spe ia plan; y ourt

Numerous shrubs are nat- information upon which this
Rickman and Miss May Rickman of.I Baptist Circles Slsural rubber sources while advertisement is based can b
Pontotoc, Mississippi, spent last Flrd o1ba i n obtained from any Company
week here with Mr. and Mrs. T. S.' Circle No. 1 met with Mrs. Billie .''s- '" '.Foia.o en i n FLORIDA office or the Industrial Devel.
Sglycol are used in produc- the Fertile Field for opment Department of Florida ence ofepl you occupation andt jealousisPoe &Lgh o. io

with them Sunday evening and is Circle No 2 met with Mrs. Hansel o
visiting for- several weeks in Pon- wit 9. mebr an. iio - - - rubber substitute. Florida.
Po-sile don'tr orate an speculate1visto-4

tot. Mr. Polk and Mrs. ickman'e M oI
ar-e brother and niece respectively of, Circle No. 3 met with Mrs. J. M.----------------------------------------------. i.,!;; -;;!I:;I
Mrs.rsday.evening Marmed, a d 1 N
Mrs.~CCKN FATn TOr nd1W

The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., Friday, May 11, 1945


Due to an unusually large demand and
Pillcurrent war conditions, slightly more time is required in filling orders for a few of
A the most popular pattern numbers.
T.U. osi ZA' Send your order to:

HEN this war is over, and the Enclose 16 cents for Pattern
.,. ~ :X expected boom in every form _____.of sport comes along, there is cer- No.
aness by Western Newspaper Union. Ve to be a big need for much
VegeRERESNTAIVE Rescue Lynn Chambers' stronger supervision than we have . .
WDB F.D.R. PEACE PLAN Luncheon Time today. This includes baseball, racSW FRANCISCO, CALIF.-Mr. ing, football, boxing and basketball
Tran called in privately most of From Doldrums Gra-,efruit-Cranberry Juice above most of the
~fti Ameicandeleatio to hisScallkped Eggs and Tomatoes others. For these___fhe American delegation to thisSheddLtue. 'wmM conference soon after he took are the major specadGreen Pepper Salad tato anDimnyu i toe 5, 1944,s Naz bomers
alie (several days before the an- Bran-Raisin Muffins Spread games.
mmmeed conference.) Citrus Chiffon Pie Beverage damaged or destroyed 3,375,000
We told them they had theit in- houses in Britain, an average of
abanctios from Mr. Roosevelt and ter of today or next nr20 a y
E did not wish to change those w Bu ef m
Imartions in any particular. His mainder of the rice over the other month. It is a mat- u in t nerl 2,00 aodays
waitds implied that while- he could ingredients in the dish; cover with ter of the big tangle -1aged1,125000 rmoe dhouesama
med go with them, he would hold sliced eggs and top with grated and scramble that
1=mresponsible for following ev- American cheese. Bake in a moder- is coming after the
DEW detail of the Roosevelt plan. te oven (350 degrees) about 30 mi- war is over when
'ae plan, of course, has not been utes. Garnish with parsley and serve there will be al- raItlnd Rice
anede public, any more than was p omst ce a ne c g
Oft Truman warning, but it can be a >m pi hot fro the sam dish, most o l b
adfned upon the highest living au- Tomato-Bacon Luncheon, the return home of mlo o serv- E
1Amrft as running along this follow. (Serves 4) WORMS LARGEST SELLER AT IUD
&V Yoe: Creamy rice, tinged red with 4 imripe tomatoes expecting to make a living out of (NOOL-comfortable-gaily emWe must not fail to establish 3 tablespoons butter or salad oil professional sport. broidered and made of but 1
tbhee tes throgrtis pr t ladsh Y2 pound fresh mushrooms You can see what happened when yard of material! The appliquethe
TheDumartn Lagu ofthe pees hrogh hisprety oafdis Igreen pepper, chopped three or four unknown basket- chicks are sister's; brother goes A i n i e to
Weire Nations, no matter what and ffirts with winter-weary ap 1
As defects, or the limitations ties liv In 5 mto s r doors ua
dufects, or PC. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~al and pepper to taste almost totally unknown nan- Mk ~o ***Wi,~~d~e cdcoeplfl ufct
Saltpnou rga.Weoni n- Mk w suits from one pattern I Pat. prrbu th fstest-och n dicinesm own .a,
glased upon our program. We
rst do this because our first. if you have any luncheon obliga- 8 toast triangles tonal way, almost wrecked basket- tern 909 has a transfer pattern of 2 bibs, to re de. those tel
4hiY is to do everything pos- tons, take care of them during the 8 slices bacon, broiled ball. You can figure what will hap- pockets. necessary pattern pieces for suits abe fo e bac brens of i
Alae to see that war cannot spring. You have Cut tomatoes in -inch slices and pen if the same thing occurs to in sizes 1, 2, 3 and 4.
I&apn again. The next war the fresh colors brown on both sides in butter or oil, baseball, boxing, racing and football
wmild destroy civilization. of spring flowers Remove from pan and fry mush- on a bigger scale.
No help out your rooms, green pepper about five minwe think ASK ME
Miner to peace is, we must come We adFuBgp t?
meA o this meeting with a final for- add cream to drippings, bring to a c tak t
fri n rs I boil adsao.Arnevgtbe Baeal-I mypiohs(,RHEUMATISM
mAa f&r international relationships. ? A General Quiz
So do this we must give and take, green vegetables. n seas. A nve table ball in m oiion e- ? N
essentially we must make a be. Yes, give your luncheons in ring, and top each toast triangle with a who will be given ful authority to
-limiing toward peace. A group of feminine guest don't slice of bacon, act; who will be well known and The Questions
expect the hearty substantial aff air The above is good when served respected around the country; who WE CANNOT FAILthtamlgahrn wods
Wehv aetoo he CANNO FAIL tha ay mae gtherin wold',5 with a cantaloupe salad, and ice can plick up where Judge Landis 1. Where is the longest canal in a3
cream with toasted almonds. left off. A commissioner with the world?
hiil steps (Atlantic charter, Dum- concentrate on point-free foods. readily out these qualifications, without 2. Are congressmen required by
Bme Livadia) and we are now There are eggs, plentiful in spring, complete authority, would be use- law to attend any Session of con- Losm
'Am* fo th one. We annt affor bepries, nd atrhubarb. ns ll raw-, Id suggest you give yourself a dif- less. It will be too late in cas sroms calls'45 m~r~si h uuLj~~l
rWuferent treat with a macaroni salad, scaeda muFs Basuc-ll 1
aaif ill this one. We cannot afford brisadruab l aecl cna ras aealcntlo .Wocls"rc"i h 11cEL19 1 s AIII1 .FIII
Do Ail. We cannot stick it out for orful and delectable eating. molded to be pretty as a picture for any such supporting combine. sports world when he wants people
Bgeetn. We must make some Your table will be pretty carried and garnished cleverly with deviled tion as Judge Landis and Babe out of his way?
siliar whatever it is. out in the delicate shades of green eggs ornamented with pimiento: Ruth to restore public confidence. 4. What man signed his corre1llsis is the explanation behind all and pale pink, green and yellow, or Macaroni Salad. Racing Racing is a tougher spondence and paintings with the
a Roosevelt Truman inter- pale blue gray and yellow. Do have (Serves 8 to 10) problem to tackle, due to the figure of a butterfly?
magional policy developments as well flowers if it's at all possible because 'A pound elbow macaroni jealousies of competing states and 5. Will food cook more quickly
as do official background tone and they make for freshness and gaye- 4 cups tomato juice the tremendous taxes they gather in. in vigorously or gently boiling
gaiik for the conference. ty. Or, work out an attractive ar- 3 tablespoons lemon juice Yet it is a well-known fact that even water?
Ib my opinion, there was a time arrangement in fruit. A fresh pin- 2 tablespoons unflavored gelatin in before racing was stopped, many 6. Sinology is the study of what? PAZ0 IN TUB SI
alew weeks back when the late Mr. apple surrounded with oranges and V2 cup cold water chiselers, crooks and gangsters were 7. What is a milksop? Millions of people suffering from
Anaeel and his State Secretary siyape rpdwt rpsi ipePls aefudpop
Umevltan hsStteSerear hiy ppesdrpd it gaps I cup die d chicken or ham or edging their way into the richest fi- 8. What stadium has the largest feifwt AOoinmnd. Here's
Alerinius may have had their doubts effective, flaked salmon or tuna fish nancial harvest of all sport, where seating capacity in the United 1hy.First, PAZO oitnent soth
aihand going ahead. Their inability My first suggestion is for a s 2 cup diced celery wel over a bilon dollars was bet States? ing.eed a rie pin an
ft gain their most importantly PAZO ointment
alige ives for small ostti moran t l opedc dis o e ggs nd o ates Y2 cup canned peas or diced green through 1944. W here more than a 9, W hat bird has the swiftest h lpsfulpret cracking and s reIl~dieS orsmll aton an fllwhih s aprtt blndngof hie, pepper, few jockeys were not above suspi- flight for short distances? ae. Third, PAZO ointment tends
disacratic freedoms universally yellow and touches of green and to reduce swelling and check minor
sma well have disappointed them, red. Cook macaroni in bleeding. Fourth, it's eay to use.
At*at ha tie her wa achacewater until tender. Drain. Rinse on the verge of breaking out at the earth travel each day on its PAZO ointment's perforated PSie
*Salat that time there was a chancemakes application simple. Wl Conference might have been with cold water any moment. This applies to all journey around the sun? thorough. Your doctor can tell
i merne(Serves 6 to 8) and allow to cool, racigsttes you about PAZO ointment.
cmwca. 1 2 cups scallions or small onions Heat the tomato Only a J. Edgar Hoover could ~ L ASUPPOSITORIES Tool
Edietly they decided in favor of 4 tablespoons butter or substitute The Answers Some persons, and many doctors
go ab te boiling juice to help here, where an annual salary of prefer to use suppositories, so PAZ
Add elain wich$100000woud beexcllen inur-comes In handy suppositories also.
aboveoutlned ourse and 2 cps coked omates Ad geltin hich$100,00 wuld e ezellen iname l Th sam sooting eeliettha
l then after direct request, Brit-, 1 teaspoon salt dance. It would take a direct order 1. In China. It i5 2,100 miles PAZO aygives
area banged its mind and sent its 4 teaspoon marjoram slen drii long and was completed in 1350 M
3Reasefein Minister' Eden and Stalinsovdithcodfm Wainon obrgtisji
Miite dn nVtai 2 teaspoon celery seed water. Cool mix- about, But It might be badly after 600 years.+1
dinaullged and sent the equally rank-2cusbierceI ain Molotov. ture. Then add other ingredients and needed at any given time ter on. 2. No.
2 hard-cooked eggs, sliced place in oiled mold. Refrigerate un- 3. A skier.
lis conference, in accord- 8/ cup grated American-ceheese til set. Unmuld and serve garisd Pro Football and Boxing 4. James Whistler. FOR QUICK FRELIEF
am= with these objectives, is to Cook the sliced scallions in butter with deviled eggs, pio d 5. The same.
Ibe thrown wide open. It is to or substitute until they are about number slices. possible to have any ruling commis- 6. Chinese language and culture.
a free forum for airing the t
mm an he forum fosi e to o, The dessert for the above main sioner for college football, as so 8. Soldier field, Chicago (150,- ANTISEPTICprALms~sof he lttl peole ri- marjoram, celery seed and cooked dish salad can be hearty. you many sections have their own coin- 00 sdb huad ihstsatre
maady. Officially, Mr. Stettinius salosPae00.Mdb huad il aifco e
i~dl. Oficall, M. Settilusscalios. 1 ac might lsie applesauce cake with missioners who have different and Hmigbrsuits for 40 years-six valuable ingredi.
has been saying it will last four rgsoe rwii
lisbe aigi ills orhalf of the boiled chocolate icing, icebox cake or conflicting ideals and opinions. 10 ,0,0 ie.pco Gel Caro,, a rstorles orwrt
air fve weeks, but is more likely rice in the bot- lemon meringue pie. But pro football faces as many
Fo last a couple of months. tom of a well- problems as any sport. For one
Viscussion of everything is to be greased loaf pan; th
allowed Every nation will be in- cover with tomato at least one rival league. BeWhet to say all it wishes. The and scallion mix- yoni that is the problem of many
mumbarton Oaks setup is to be ture and with a returning stars, who still have a
9come literally upon the table, layer of sliced eggs. Place the reas9f to say to all:
"Bere it is; go to it." left. Any number of those will decire itis play pro football and leave Muscular Aches and 'Pains Stiff Joints Bruises
AWy hope that such a program Ln as
~ny hope hat sucha program college careers to the bosky/ /
tn be concluded in four or five
weeks is therefore, concededly op- Wife-Savers: To remove thread

In the end, if there are "not too --s warfare between pro leagues, but
Nthenithrar"ntto sors lengthwise between bristles ~also a civil football war between the
many changes" in the Dumbarton and cut the threads off. Brush ca
asspat, the conference will be c e uledt an nmerof canals
lpnked by this government to have Setting curtain tiebacks? Use a lead to a n oc a
widwhd a success. Meatless Is the description for this Boxing-Here is one of sport's
JLTERNATIVE TO PLAN both sides done evenly, spaghetti with its vegetable balls
Shie te soveby ipig i tht tstelike meat and a savor has been largely a matter of state Amw some authorities may well Shin theo stove by wipngetttatlasts r regulation~. As it is, we have no real This package contains a combination of minerals produced'
dWWwt hs udmna o- carefully with a pic f wxd sauc alson madeol ofmpon veetbls one and compounded by Nature alone, with no atificisi inwith these fundamental con-drugs, When you m it with u ailisms of the government. The paper. H state ma be thrown out in another dinkig water, according to directions and drink Crazy
To rip seams from garments, Hv o oevgeaineog Waer day after day, you join moilions who have attacked
im~tecarily chumastor Oanohe usisaroftezr frpr to eat your spaghetti that way? Then Boxing and racing are the easiest tecueo hi ruls etybtsrl rz ae
l~aive to Dumbarton Oaks is siuae he ancenigcanl-iny kt
c ooyou'll like this recipe which makes contests to throw, with more money anonhertestnal minain Cawaerbings siv
seedi war. Rather it is bi-lateral ou the shorter treadg.benealt in fal elination the caue an agrvtine snents or hemisphere defense Shine dull glassware by rubbing a tasty ds but stil se ae in t
sosmnsoheipeedfnepit:in the general direction of the gan- factor of reumtic pais, digestive orders, constipation.
or heres of influence maintainedtoday. Igr individual understandings and If bureau drawers stick, rub Vegetarian Spaghetti, gamblers. Boxing needs a comwilliaces and substitute courses for soap on bottom and sides. This (Serves 6 to 8) missioner or a supervisor more than
4wll helps the drawers to slide out eas- 'A pound spaghetti any other single sport. And it may II;.,Al
llkese do not necessarily re- ily. Cook the spaghetti in boiling, need more very badly later on
4plir wars, or make them any It is easier to clean a room if salted water until tender; drain, much more than it needs one at
~W~you pick up all odds and ends In the meantime make up the fol. the moment.
ise likely, than a weak or im- first, then remove all small items lowing mixture:
]ppaateal formula for a league, like knickknacks, papers and 1 onion, medium mao l spone b a rae
,Imatshng, as this one does, the mjrpbi prs-bsblrc
AW of ig atis oeos the magazines, pictures, lamps and 1 green pepper ig, football and boxing. In each a ril of big nations toeto any other decorations. 4 carrots Instance they al need a commisference with their own wars To remove glue stains from 4 stalks celery sooner who is nationally known, who

A It unro amet, washable articles, rub the stains V to 1 cup ground cooked meat, has the respect of the country at
Sm any specific course is followed well with warm water applied poultry or fish, if desired, large, who has both honesty and
uAsen se or iolloe with a soft sponge or brush. Grind vegetables and then blend proved ability, and who wi also
~ wll e noter ord wr, r, To clean painted walls, wash with ground meat, poultry or flaked be given possession of "the iron ( When singing mosquitoes and
an r. carefully with sponge dipped in fish. Mix 1 egg and 1 cup fMnr dry hand," when the iron hand is stinging flies spoil your summer
to onen tht nynewho
tocotndtaaan de-h warm sudsy water or solution of bread crumbs into mixtur~e. Shape needed. Any form of figurehead or snooze . Quick! Grab a Flit
agansthi taiffviws s "d- wallpaper cleaner. Wipe off the into balls and fry in hot fat or drip- front man would be a useless under. ~.*gun-and shoot 'am dead!
Minfidanother world ar" soil with a cloth and repeat until pings. Remove and drain, the place taking.
ibsa'exuse sfor a i d walls are cleaned. Rinse with on top of vegetable sauce made as deellingTisective, pleasat.
tosponge dipped in lukewarm wa- follows:
t to this world conference ter. Wipe dry. Walls should not 3 tablespoons drippings or oil Bob Feller Returns
wa never made public, but it was qins.a ela le
4g w prrimae publficibutytoa be repainted until perfectly dry. 4 cup onion, chopped Now that he is back in the states, .,&and moths. Buy
privately and officially to
Ur.Rosvl adM. ttinu. Cotton flannel cloths or rags are cup green pepper Bob Feller will be allowed to pitch a ml upyo
Roosevelt and Mr. Stettinius.
~e relinponte ot t tem ideal for cleaning and polishing 1 cup diced celery for his Great Lakes team after two
Whe Kremlin pointed out to them FItdy
Mt Molotov was not only the for- silverware. Keep several on hand 1 cup mushrooms (optional) or more years service in the South
ministerand wash often in suds and water. 2 cups canned tomatoes Pacific. Feller deserves his break
ter cnmn the Stalinu Keep all cleaning materials, Cook the onion, green pepper, at Great Lakes, after a fine war
theXZ second man of the Stali aent. Stalin said he could cloths, etc. together in a small celery and mushrooms in hot drip- record. He has had little chance to
spare Molotov from his side handle. This can get any active pitching sn h
hra ogapridjs tte be carted from room to room as add tomatoes and cook until thick- won 25 games for Cleveland in 1941, ADMSUTOS
*rso long a period just at the rkn ou26hits.Iltf
Acuiklia time of victory in Europe, you clean and saves the time you ended. Serve by heaping spaghetti on S M because his government is des- would spend in getting each item platter, garnish with vegetable balls rust can develop in that time, but he
shorthanded on diplomats. from the cleaning closet, and pour sauce over all, will have the chance now to iron
tmoReleased by Western Newspaper union. out a few kinks.
pek through this well this d is

The Monticello News, Monticello. Fla., Friday, May 11, 1945

Wise Bird Would Have
Taken to Its Wings

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a miserable hour exploring a~inI
Funand dreary town in the bo eFm
SPAR Yain. Finally he entered a taurant.
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asked the waitress grumpily-.
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Band Concert School Sees Movies On
An IspctonEditori n Chief -Ava Ruth Sawyer Mosquito Control Worki
And Inspection stat Edito Bverly Patteson
Society Edito s Nell W~hittle, Mary' J. C. Eckert and N. C. Chamblin' The Monticello School Band is pre- Ann Clarke of the state board of health visited
senting its annual spring concert and Class and Club Editor Violet High- Monticello Thursday and gave an iistate inspection contest this Friday tower lustrated talk at the Monticello High
night (the 11th) at 8:30 in the school Tvpists Bird, Virg
auditorium. H. C Mason, president Intosh. Movies showing breedin-places and
of the Northwest Florida Bandmas- Circulation Mgr.--Robert Linton, the life cycle of the anopheles mos ters' Association and band director Betty Stokely quito were shown to the children.
at Quincy, Florida, will be the judge.GospEdtrE mlPae iicSi ituswrelo
Miss Barbara Hunter, secretary and Gus Boland treating the method of p ai t
treasurer of this same organization Love-Lorn-Bettilee Bird home fo s
and band director at Greensboro, Joke Editor-Eleanor Folsom. new magic spray which frees thet
Florida, will be the guest conductor. Spanish and Latin Editor Evelyn premises of mosquitoes, flies, bedThe band is under the direction of Blair. bugs and other insects for a period
Miss Mildred E. Dickert. Ticketsof three to four months.
may be obtained from all band and - The state board of health sprayers
gleeare wo g in the county this week
gle hb ebes.ITOEANEwith the Spray as par t of a programalSpiefo

through the Gulf counties to control Te ut in coa .sPAj
Soothing SallyAnno we-lIWApiI
Soothig Saly And ow become to that ageod the malarial-bearing mosquito this the year beg flflum~ n
parole ofIntolerance. No, it's 'umr
Dear Soothing Sally, nothing to "sniff" at as it's found
I have the hardest time! Every- right here in our own school, al- I and apartme ,ts.
time I think about coming in to see though many of this lte schoo
Virginia she has to go to some kind group seem to think there is no sucle net t t a
of meeting-Tri-Y, Tres-V and c. thing; but that is only because they- gmma'a Pn
Things just can't go on like this-- are blind in that respect, due to their and Bettilee Bird were week-end for Over
we just can never get together any'own personified intolerance. Al-,visitors in Tallahassee.
more at night. What can I do? though this is one of our more or ate
Befuddled Billy F. less abstract nouns, it Stands out'motored to Dothan last week-end Dear Befuddled Billy, quite brilliantly amongst each Tippey Shuman has returned to
This is a sad state. Maybe you every one of the M.H.S. students to after a visit with his
could possibly manage to "jine tip" a certain extent, family here.
with some of these clubs-with the If each will do his ald her own his guests
rest of us girls-more fun! You part toward each Other, this undesir- for a few days, Charles Nosely and might even get Virginia in the F.F.A. able factor can be overcome with Don. They returned to New Orleans Well, you can always try anything very little effort and doubtless those Tuesday. Dear Soothing Sally, who already have E L
DaSohnSalplex would feel much better and Seniors Entertain Partemp is 90O~letapoved, lightI've been thinking about this for others will be saved embarrassment. long time but just have never quitewegtadastoitl,
a on tmebu js hveneerquteiLet's see if we can't improve this There's gonna be a gala occasion egtadesyointlwater-repellent
known what to do about it. I've these last few weeks and also con with all the trimmings. Yes and highly fire-resistant. It's a new-type
been trying to play cupid but have tinue through the years. are gonna have a floor
not gotten very far with it. Forreally flashy thing, toq, 'Cause
months now I've been trying to pair j got that sei tke p is a L et pay. i1 H at Ft
up Marceline S. and Eulee O.-they Boland, Minnie Lee ti st in th adisin
seem to just suit each other. Please F help nie get them together.
"Cupie" Freeman, Wilma Well, it's free and there'll be refreshCollie" Hadsell, Suements, butOf course you'll ave to 0 40a00Q00000
Dear "Cupie" Hdel u
Der"ui"Hightower, Violet have a small fee for tha.Nwwh
You could join the Boy Scouts ate Longeh
Yo cul jinth By cots LaVinka, Hee oenot let's all come and be'syih___________quickly and let this count as one of isser
McClellan, Guida ultimately following the band coa- WSAL
your good deeds for I really think Patterson, Beverly I cert- about 10 P. M. WASHABLE
that after this is in print that there Sawyer, Ava R Too Pointed
should be some action.nt4,
shold e omeacton Suman, Marceline MI's--' Well that settles it. I'll
Say-how about hiring you as my Thigpen Dorothy never take You to a tea again."
assistant-You've got the right idea HUE
assstntYouvego te rgh iea Tieadwell, Joe Mr.-Good- But what did I do?"
about things anyway! Whittle, Nell Mrs."You asked Mrs. Jones how N.,
WlimVirgini her husband was standing the heat,
A H no R llW ood, Lorene anI h'tbe dead six months." f
A Honor Roll anhesbn A N
Wood, Mildred Mad But NotToMa
FIFTH SIX-WEEKS' PERIOD The Ingredients Poke of u
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