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The Monticello news
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MONTIELLO HE RED CLAY HILL
The t oT MONTICELLO NEWS SCOR



THE NATIVE HOME OF THE PAPER SHELL PECAN JEFFERSON COUNTY FLORIDA'S IDEAL FARMING AND DAIRYING SECTION
VOL. 60, No. 42. MONTICELLO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1945 FIVE CENTS A COPY


Tung Growers Association Annual 60-Day Closed Season Mrs. W. B. Edwards Sgt. G., H. Hamoton Is First Jefferson

Convention in Monticello Friday On Black Bass Ended New President of County Soldier Given Army Discharge

Attended by Leading Agriculturists 01Tet ass:ihi 60-da osded seas n 'Legion Auxiliary Under Newly Adopted Point System
night Tuesday, May 14th, and Flor --
Prominent tung growers of the Sixteen diseases have been studied idasportsmen may again head for The American Legion Auxiliary The first Jefferson county boy to
United States met in Monticello Fri- bed discharge from the-in arme fh prtmnmyrgicedfosuiiryP esr C o ig I
day for tte Eleventh Annual Conven- nd Sttes an seen abroad. Most the lakes and rivers in search of this met Monday night in the Legion be discharged from the armed fQrces
tin fo the Amerin Tng l so- fUnitheedave beensev n r i elusive fish. Home and elected Mrs. Walter Ed- Bethel Club Topic under the new point system is George
tRon of the American Tung Oil Asso- ortheshance Thread bfol, hored The fsixty-y cowards, of Lloyd, president for the TH. Hampton, Technical Sergeant U.
action, which heldportance. Thread blight, harbored The sixty-day closed season, from coming year succeeding Mrs. Maurice S Army, who became a civilian at
iatnewhih sheln alldayo meet- by eighteen host plants growing in March 15th to May 15th is ding. the Members ofthBeelHmDm 330SnaafronMy1t.Te
ingb ate thehe high schoo auditorium.feroo My 3th
T anetuisc folwn ofour, swamplands, is only of import- spawning season and is set by law Loeb.o lb e husa a h
ca ehthuseaf a iplanted together to protect the fish during that tie; Other officers elected were Mrs. io ersdayatrtae first group of men to be discharged
tung growers, an all-day program of too th tung is planted doether and provide for a continued abun- W. J. Bullock, vice president; Mrs. school house for their regular meet- were released Saturday afternoon
talks and papers was presented, by too thickly. This disease does not ance of black bass. F. J. Conklin, secretary and Miss ing. The meeting was called to order and Sgt. Hampton was included in
seeMar Colis treasurer Mrs.p Chris-l o by the president, Mrs. Palmer Ward. the second group.
eight Doctors of Science, and other mact of one tree against another and The rivers in Jefferson county are Mary Collins, treasurer; Mrs. Chrisleadersth t eten favorite haunts of the black bass, tianna Hamilton, chaplain, and Mrs. After several songs were sung, the Discharged at Fort McPherson,
Willia Whit histrian andnt Mrs. rollt was calle and miueboahseogasftrhadrciedodr
Owing to restrictions of war-time Many constructive discussions on and many local fishermen William White historian, ad Mrs roll was called and minutes o
travel, the attendance of 37 met in the continued progress in tng, and hand Wednesday to try their luck. Joyce Jones and Mrs. Del Arrants, last meeting were read by the secre- for transfer to San Francisco and a
Moicello whet ile thce, w sn son the owaysnite s ogr inung ad sergeants at arms. tary, Mrs. T. C. Clark. return to the Pacific combat zone,
otwicello, wi th m eetein rn ss e on ton ways and means of improving the The new officers will be installed The meeting was turned over to Sgt. Hampton was delighted but alwillmeetainPi., onthe tung industry, developed during the Countys Quota Is and take charge at the May meeting. Mrs Ophelia Wells, county home most dazed with his sudden change in
specialists presented the results of m o The Auxiliary ladies completed demonstration agent. A pressure status. He has made no plans for
their research on s$stats 160,000 in Seventh their plans for a chicken pilau which cooker meal was the demonstration resuming a civilian career. Arriving
pr reseanting ondsuch surts-an In addition to the tung growers will be given Saturday evening, May for this meeting. in Monticello Monday morning, he
fertilizers and fertilizing, plantfood from Jefferson county who attended, War Loan Campaign 2h at the Monticello Womans Club Mrs. Wells cooked a complete meal, was even uncertain whether he would
fe tl zerts, p s ar fe til ng plc a ntfood these w ere present: :~" building. M rs incl ding a dessertpin th e mi e al, e re ms e en crain here ptye r he w ol
elements, post-war tung orcharding, Dr. Geo. F. Potter, Bur. of Plant I inluding a dessert, in the pressure rin here permanently or not. For
tung toxicity, leguminous covercrops, Industry, Bogalusa, La., R. E. Jezek, The Seventh War Loan Campaign Bacct *c cooked. This tas served with corna the mo ndt he is just happy to be
and phases of tung crop storage, Auburn, Ala., Henry T. Chapman, opened Monday with Jefferson coun- R
hulling, and tung oil extraction. Panama City, E. H. Long, St. Peters- ty's total quota $160,000, said D. M. At Aucilla High School Those attending the meeting were Sgt. Hampton served more than
L. A. Delp of Lloyd, Florida, pre- burg, Sam S. Tomlin, Atlanta ,H. W. Winans, chairman of the drive this Mrs. J. T. Daniels, Mrs. Thomas four years in the army He was in
sided as chairman, in the forced ab- Jones, J. M. Parker, Tallahassee, Her- week. J Green, Mrs. John Shuman, Mrs. Palm- the ordnance department of the air
sencWard Mrs Juliatu Everette Mrs.re- corp and ieceived hiscpa basi trainng
sence of Albertus Miller, vice-presi- bert L. Stoddard, Thomasville, Ralph The "E" bond quota for the county ]a High School, announces that the cr Ward, Mrs. Julia Everette, Mrs. corps and received his basic training dent. Dr. George F. Potter of the Perkins, Metcalf, Ga., W. C. Joy, Cit- is $87,000, the largest quota that has baccalaureate sermon for the 1945 T. C. Clark, Mrs. Jimmie Davis, Mrs. at MacDll Field, Tampa. He was
Bureau of Plant Industry and the ronelle, Ala., Earl Wallis, M. X. Le- ever been assigned to the county. Martha Jennings, Mrs. M. J. Biinu- saioned at Barksdale Field, La., beU. S. Field Laboratory for Tung In graduates will be held in the Aucilla ski, Mrs. R. M. Gilbert, Mrs. G. T. fore going overseas. He served in
U. FeldLabratry or un I Peau, C. W. Wallis, Florala, Ala., Ht. Mr. Wins is confident that the High School auditorium, instead of
vestigations, presented two papers of E. Corry, Quincy, Dr. M. S. Neff, U. county will raise its quota of bonds th sch udri sted of And Miss Ruby McDavid, Australia and in New Guinea; was
which he was co-author ,and read S. Tung Lab., John B. Wight, Slater in this campaign, as it has never yet theek. Tallahoaee. returned to the States under the rothe papers for three research work- Wight, Cairo, Ga., and Dr. W. W. failed, but admits that the drive will The sermon will be preached by the a station furlough plan on March 18th
ers unable to attend the Eastern sec- (Continued on page 5) be a harder one than any of the ear- Rev. Burns, pastor of the Baptist an furlough o arch 18th
tinmetn__^^^^^^^^^___irdivse._un,_atrfteats and had a 45-day furlough at home.
Dr. Potter Recital eSasked to church in services in the school audi- it Court Ends He had reported to Fort McPherson
Dr otremphaie h mot Aucilla Mlusic R ctl The State of Florida is ase otorium Sunday evening, May027thu. l-CrutC u tE d a the end of his f urlough and r eceivance of planting only progeny tested raise 122 million dollars, and its "E" atr S si ed thi endpof hi sl and recei
stock, if seed planting is utilized. He Next Friday Evening bond quota for the drive is 50 mil- Therecare six members o the gi S ng Her ed his shipping orders to go to San
called attention to the effectiveness lion dollars. be presented. They are: Inez Bishop, Francisco. Then the orders from
-~Wsigo cam berug prsetdeThyar:inzniso
of a nitrogen application to bearing The music pupils of Miss Nettie The campaign extends from May Juanita Birdwell, June Lewis, Cath- Circuit court concluded its spring all Army men in their present locatung trees in the spring, and to prop- Mae Armistead will be presented in 14th to June 30th. ryn Wilder, Marvin Bishop and Roy session in Jefferson county Saturday l tion so those elegibler prsn al
early timing this application. Hes a recital at the Aucilla High School Ellis. The four girls will be present when Filmore Thompson, negro, wasf under the point system could be disstressed the essential of leguminous auditorium Friday evening, May 25th. Census NORS COSe at graduation. The two boys are tried on a charge of assault with in- charged.
coverrop in tong economy. He stat- strumental numbers has been arrang- both in the armed forces. Marvin tent to committ second degree mur- The point system gives discharges
ed that while phosphates applied to strumental number has been arrang- W eshop, Unit as NaM rlan ult The Jhr s ar b ofan mtu
beaingtog tee incetai tsts ie and the public is cordially invited restaCo ned iopd Utnid Stae Nayanowdec.ul The carg' rs u fa s omnwt 5o oepitn
failedto shw a beefit o tung thatatione at B InigMrlnsuto James Robinson, another less their training has given them
it did show a decided benefit to le- to attend. U af t hopes to be on leave atthe time and negro. Thompson was found guilty, skills that are seriously needed. In
gumdinsous cvecs inet tU sus official returns of the state cen present to receive his diploma. but his attorney, G. W. Starry of that case, their discharge must wait

groves; and that basic slag used for High School G rlS ticello a population count of over expected to be able to attend; his n Tallahassee, filed a request for a until a new group receives this trainthis purpose, may increase the cover- 2,200, said W .M. Scruggs, enumerat- eIploa will be presented is new rial. ge W. May Walker, ing. The point system credits are:
cuplonla wlbepeetd"na-presiding judge, has the request un-, O~~
crop tonnage by as much as 2 to 4 On Kiwants Program or, this week. sentia." der advisement. jugpoinArmyO ri nc f ea of
tons per acre of covererops. '~! ~All precincti; in the county except
Dr. Seymour G. Gilbert gave an Lloyd precinct are complete. Roscoe and Jessie Brumbley, found 2. One point for each month servinteresting talk on the ratio or bal- The Girls Glee Club of the Monti- Anyone who has not been counted Wm. A.M ansuy Dies guilty aggravated assault on a 2. Oes ince the same date.
ance of copper to nitrogen iln tung cello High School entertained the Ki- is asked to contact the enumerator charge of shooting at Conservation
fertilization. The ratio of one ounce wanis Club at the regular luncheon or call 146-R on Saturdays, and the W ounds Officer W. L. Stelts, are also charg- 3. Five points each for each batof copper sulphate to four ounces of on Wednesday. census workers will call. ed with shooting at Maurice H. Trippe
nitrate of soda has been found to These eighteen young ladies sang It is important that every man, Pfc. William A. Mansuy, grandson who was in the boat with Stelts when each Purple Heart won, and for each give an optimum balance of copper six numbers. Among them were both woman and child in the county, white of Rev. W. W. Carroll, of Monticello the shooting took place. Their trial other recognized Army, Navy or forto nitrogen. The increase of nitro- classical and popular numbers. They and colored, be counted in the census. died of battle wounds in a hospital on the second charge was postponed eign decoration. These include Disgen without copper, produces a defi- were rendered in a manner that The apportionment of old age assist- on the Island of Luzon, on April 22nd, until the next term of court. tinguished service cross; Legion of
ciency disease similar to "dieback" of showed unusual talent and excellent ance funds and other funds are based his family has been notified by the Merit; Silver Star, Distinguished
citrus, leadership. on the population count. It is to the war department. Flying Cross, Soldier's Medal, Bronze
A paper on tung diseases by John The Glee Club is directed by Miss advantage of the county to see that Private Mansuy was a son of Mar- Star Medal, Air Medal, Purple Heart,
R. Large, was read by Dr. Potter. Mildred Dickert. every person is included in the census garet Carroll Mansu.y and Charles K.eand Bronze Service Star.
r eports. Mansuy of Montclair, New Jersey. 2 go5 4. Twelve points for each child
He was also a grandnephew of Miss under 18 years, tip to a limit of three

items of018 "'e s e s $8,000 in Bessie Turnbull. While stationed at eMS FROM THF MONTICELLO en.
Ser ice C ol nin Intresin Je- VJA flVSL5in am Blndig h ofen isiedNEWS, MAY 17, 1918 1The exception of men with highly
ferson County Boys and Bod i onMonticello, and friends of the faily Itrained skills will affect many of th~e Serving Girls in Service. 7h War Bn herne are grieved to learn of his death Lonnie ONeil was shot and killed personnel in the Service Forces and
The Monticello Production Credit __________________by hris brother Henry while the twoAir Forces, who are being shipped Private Claude H.'Malloy has been School Bill has been in the Army Association, which serves Jefferson were turkey hunting Thursday morn- directly from Europe to the Pacific.
awarded Combat Infantry Badge forlseven years. His wife is residing in and adjoining counties, has purc ing A movement in the bushes at I Wac's are given a discharge upon
his participation in the Colmar cam-' Monroe, Louisiana, while he is over- $8,000.00 in Treasury Bonds being ofLT N OTIES tracted Henry's fire, and he thought reaching 44 points, or married Wac's
paign. Pvt. Malloy is a rifleman in seas. ted during the Seventh War Loani Dr. F. A. Brink, Director he had killed a turkey until he went may receive discharge on their own
the army, and is a member of Coin- v drive, J. E. Dukes, secretary-treasur- ,, the spot and saw his brother. A request if their husband has been
pany I, 110th Infantry, 28th division. A Liberator er of the association CARRIERS coroners jury returned a verdict of discharged from the Armed Forces.
v- --Station, England-Corporl Hamil- week. accidental shooting. Soldiers everywhere were counting
David V. Honea, who entered the ton M. Mash of Monticello, Florida, Mr. Dukes also stated that the Most persons, upon recovery from up their points to determine their
army on April 25th, has been sent to a veteran of 32 months of overseas Monticello production Credit Asso- an infectious process rid themselves An old fashioned community sing eligibility for discharge. They are
Camp Joseph T. Robinson, Arkansas, duty with a Bombardment Group, citation stands ready to aid its mom- rather promptly of the infecting was held at Waukeenah Church Sun- being released as rapidly as possible
where he is a member of Co. A, 129th was one of the Ground Maintenance hers and others of the county in the agent. The immunity which follows day and the largest crowd in the at the various camps and posts in Bn. 75th Regt., for his basic training. soldiers of this station who was com- purchase of bonds not only during the attack usually,acts to disinfect history of the town attended. It was the States, and will return in a steady His wife, the former Rebecca Lin-mended by Brigadier General P. J. the Seventh War Loan drive but at the body. Mother's Day and roses were resentton, has returned to Monticello to live Timberlake, Jr., at a "Salute the all tumes. In some instances the person re- ed to all mothers in the crowd. A
while her husband is in the Army. Ground Man" ceremony held here The office of the association is covers but the infecting agent re- picnic dinner was enjoyed and talks Theyoma otinee to wed ter
The Honeas were living in Perry recently, located at Monticello. mains in the body. Such a person on war work were given both before
when he was inducted. ke was the o-- becomes a "carrier." Some carriers and after the meal. this it is to be used only on ceremoncommianingficer ofthofr]a occasions. Before they were re- -ginal Bibnig fie f h isC uce lenDal person may have in the nose and Arch Lacy and W. L. Carter left lsed themn serce qarmye made
C J R e a m s J r s o n o f M r a n d 1 4 L b r t r g o p i h i h hp e f r C m o d n
Mrs. C. J. Reams,' Lamont, arrived Air Force. He brought the unit to Vacation BbeSchools Ithr oat the geri-ms of diphtheria, pneu fo apGro.srgte mnd wrege acain wth
rEngland i September, 1942, and led arr mieia, scarlet fever or meningitis Saturday at Finney General Hospital, Ite
Thomasville ,where he is being treat- its four-engine bombers on the pion- All churches in Monticello are plan- and yet remain quite well. Similarly The annual convention of the Geored for wounds received on combat eer missions to Nazi-occupied Europe. ning to conduct Daily Vacation Bible the germs of typhoid or related dis- gia-Florida Pecan Growers Associa- It provided them with booklets
duty in Germany. Speaking to the assembled ground Schools this summer, and have decid- eases may reside in the intestinal tion announced its program for the covering not only how to go about
Young Reams arrived at Charles- crews, General Timberlake said, eld upon June 11th as the date when tract without causing illness. Ven- meeting to be held in Thomasville getting their old jobs back hut also
ton, S. C., on an army hospital ship "Ever since our arrival in the Euro- all schools will open. ereal diseases are often spread by May 29-30. W. W. Bassett was chair- what provision congress made for
and was transferred to Finney hos- pean Theatre of Operations, full Each church will plan and carry persons past the acute stage and al- man of the program committee and them under the GI Bill of Rights.
pital for treatment. 'praise and recognition have gone to out its own program of study and .most recovered but not quite. H. K. Miller was to talk on "conser-I
-V the air crews of our Liberators. They r recreation, which will vary in length. Detection of carriers is often diffi- nation of moisture !in a pecan grove."
Mrs. W.R. Hancock, of Aucillia eo ore ihygop
Mrs. T. R.Hnok fAcla r fcus ihydeserving Of There will be grusorganized in Cult. Every food handler who gets Cables To Italy Are
has received a cablegram from her every credit. On the other hand, your each or all age groups. a health card at the Health Unit J. A. McClellan's mill, 8 miles south
sevenOparn HorwiPubliesidngsi















son, Lt. Tommy Hancock, who was a important and vital contributions to must have a test for typhoid. These of town, burned to the ground Thursprisoner of war in Germany. His i the victory of the United Nations iin Texaco Station To Give cards are good for six months only. day night. About 60,000 feet of lummessage, while brief, was reassuring IEurope have been almost submerged IWhen a case of diphtheria appears, her was destroyed in firei, that was, For. the first time in five years
as it said hie is in good health. I'by your physical remoteness from Service Job W~eekly persons from whom or to whom the thought to be of incendiary origin. -personal and business international
--v - combat operations. -ifection ay spread are tested. Two messages may be sent to Italy, it
Lt. W. M. Scruggs, Jr., who has I"The best airplanes in the world," D. H. Barrows, who recently pur- .diphtheria carriers were thus discov- The spelling and ciphering- match was announced today by D. H. Barbeen for some timei a patient inl a he continued, "would have been uise- chased the Texaco Service Station ered since the Health Unit was estab- at the school auditorium was enjoyed rows, local agent for the Western
govrnan veteranl of 32caooa motsoIoesa















ailess without the magnificent ground has begun a weekly feature of a listed. by a large crowd Wednesday evening. Union Telegraph Company.
Alabama, received a thrill last week maintenance which you have done all free wash andi grease job to one Not always is rigid quarantine Of Amanda Folsom won the ciphering I Government and press messages
when hie piloted a plane for the first these months at this station. In many Jefferson automobile, carriers necessary. They may safely match and Fred Mills the spelling have been permitted for sni time
time since his crash in England near- instances, you have performed tedi- The last three digits on the cash work at occupations that do not in- match, but only with the improvement of
ly a year ago. Scruggs piloted a ous tasks during long boors and on- register receipts Saturday night will evolve handling food or bring them in conditions in Italy has it been posplane to Atlanta, Ga. This week he der all sorts of difficult weather con- be the license number of the car- close contact with other people. A colored man stepped into a south sible to reestablish communications
flew to Mobile, to help promote the ditions.' I commend each and every chosen for the free service gift. The Habits of strict personal cleanli- Florida bank, subscribed and paid for the general public. Seventh War Loan Drive in that one of you on an excellent job, excel- owner of the car has only to bring ness (thorough hand washing), uIse cash for a Liberty bond. Then he The new rates for' international
city. He is expected home about lently done." the car to the station onl Thursday of individual drinking cups, steriliza- stepped back anid asked: "When and communications established oni May
May 20th for a 30-day furlough. Even before Allied ground forces afternoon to receive the free service. tion of utensils in fountains and res- whar does I pay the interest ?" 14th akeo it possible for Monticello
V- launched their invasion of North Af- Mr. Barrows' advertisement onl taurants, safeguarding the water 'people now to communicate not only
Master Sergeant Nelson (Bill) rica, Liberator crews of the group another page of i issue of The supplies and sanitary disposal of Mr and Mrs. W. R. Barnes arewith Italy but with other European
Fraser, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. began hitting the enemy from the air*. News gives this week's license numn- body wastes-these are the chief entertaining Mrs. Barnies' sistes countries, South Central Ammrca and Fraser, is now serving in the Philip- They have since attacked industrial her, and will carry the number of measures that reduce the danger Mrs. J. B. Glover of Atlanta and Mrls. Ithe West Indies. Rates for these ilnes. A graduate of Aucilla High iE (Continued on page 8) the lucky car each week from carriers. Ruffof Columbia, S. C. services are reasonable.





The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., Friday, May 18, 1945



VICTORY IN EUROPE! THS1VNS CASIF



DR W P AA RONME
Germany Forced to Capitulate
I A MISCELLANEOUS
W'LENTY OF CIGARETTES Roll fresh
ageAfter Six Years of Fighting; TOthingORY- ________________belt-trsearoaleut$his0cpcd anywhere.
1W__ SEDS PLANTSI)CMPN. o 49, TCa .
Washington, D. C0. Notes of an Innocent Bystander: Allies Face Big Job in PacificSEDPATTC
RUSSIA AND ALLIES The Wireless: Radio's coverage Poorhebeginningofthegigantic life- Rweetotto0P ants, Nancy Hal o
rSuolden a' Prom reab shipments, pre
an f- To the aver- of the San Francisconfab is all aces. and-d e
age outsider, the most difficult thing The news analysts are turning the Eleven hard and bitter months after army. In a. fewnao_'gl,_5 3Sfearial
to understand about this conference 1 pockets of their minds inside out and hower's armies smashed truhthe ramparts of "Fortress ber 11" is generally set as Septem- anteed. Duske Plan.t Co.Dedn Termshot 1, 1939, the day the Gmn
is the attitude of the Russians. Poor presenting perplexing peace prob- Europe" to set foot upon French soil, Germany's once proud armies rolled into Poland Two days
press relations, plus a few inept lems with admirable clarity. They wehrmacht, weakened after six years of the bloodiest war in his- later France and England declared /Liar 120nd moves have melted down a large: are driving home the issues which tory, bowed the knee unconditionally to the Allied powers. war on Germany.
mountain of goodwill built up by the' Will affect every American home. Offered to Russia as well as the U. S. and Britain after earlier Blitzkrieg tactics flattened Polish valor of the Red army. In a few . Nothing more soothing than the futile efforts to split the Allies by approaching the Anglo-Ameni- resistance in less than a mon th.
short days they have destroyed, Nazi shortwavers' blah-by-blah de- cans alone, Germany's surrender took place at General Eisen- Then began the half year of "Phoney m uch of the favorable sentim ent in scription of V erm iny's dying gasps. ho ef he d u r e s i"hPit e r d s h o o se i e m w s t t e M g n t l n I h e U NT PT O
Latin America, and through no fault . Commentator Baukhage's adroit boe' eduresi h iterdsho os nRi sp wr" of 1940 GMaoin troop over-P TIO
of ours, won us more friends below delivery packs a wallop. His recent s
the Rio Grande than we ever had FDR's interment Is the cause of
before.out the British. Early in May te befoe, ande intheCongessonalRecrd.campaign that frightened the entire One of the things Molotov did in Rita Hayworth's quip-bandying iuma MU SUFFR ING
San Francisco was to invite two with Cholly McCarthy kept the chuck- wr teFne itsl c ed bau
prominent Latin American dele- k4tCosiaonmycueosmp
gates to dinner at the Russian con- les rin face. c b Tl middle of June. Italy came in on tos for a long time, but unless cor'gate to inne at te Rusiancon- boutcrimon faes. curent bst- ~.Germny's ide.Theeritisnexpdi-iectedwilleinalytimahr he halth
sulate, along with a few carefullye il ialyipirtehelh
suatalngwtha e crfully seller moans that America is skid -Sympt inayfrc ael sapdd n onsiatsoniared lossto appetite
selected Europeans. Latin guests e e struction at Dunkerque. heavily coated tongue, tired feeling
were Mexico's tall, handsome For- author appeared on the Chi. Round S 19d senea n sin dstrb
eign Minister Padilla, and Chile's Table and was asked to give a clear
aristocratic Foreign Minister Jo- definition of "collectivism." He These are the men-Roosevelt, Tran, Stalin and Churchill, who were responsible massed air attacks on Britain dances such as acne, are commonly exaqui Fenanez YFerandz, wo funkd th qury.In directing the victory against Germany. Truman, commnitted to the Roosevelt foreign by which Hitler hoped for a perienced. In severe Cases, neuralgia aquinrelation policies, together with Stalin and Churchill, will direct the United Nations in plans who vAit g ain andicol ,
is rapidly assuming a new leader- for world's Peace. the Nicors uni witer, pily
ship in Latin America. In a litMolotov drank a toast to Chile erary weekly John Mason Brown France, at 2:41 a. in., May 7, with Lt. Gen. Walter Bedell Smith when weather brought a slack- the discomforts of severe chronic
and her new establishment of diplo- has embroidered a delightful bit of accepting Col. Gen. Gustav Jodl's capitulation. Later the sur- ening of attacks. That autumn diplomati reatins ith Rusia.literary lace: rie hs n vr render was ratified at Russian headquarters in battered Berlin, of 1940 was probably the Period yo haverie or cnstmip inew. matic relations with Russia."Pashaneed YohaetidfrCsipinw
"There are so many Chileans who made anyone unhappy. We like it with Marshal Gregory Zhukov participating for the Reds. of gravest peril to civilization in urge you to try B-L PREPARATION,
want to become Ambassador to Mos- even when we do not believe it. We Grand Adm. Karl Doenitz's order to German troops to cease many centuries. Britain almost with, the understanding that B-L
T h e r a r e s o m a n y C h i e a n w h o e t s c u b d R P A A I N m s b i g y u s t
cow," joked Foreign Minister Fer- d firing came as a sort of anti-climax since the bulk of the Nazi isfactory results or Your money back.
nandez in return, "that it is one of too long on other people. It is mu- forces already had laid down their arms in the face of the Allied During the spring of 1941 Nazi Caution: Use Only aS directed-Adv.
my greatest problems." Mexico's sic we do not object to having played avalanche. April 29, 1,000,000 Nazis surrendered in northern Italy troops smashed into the Balkans to Padilla, apparently on excellent offstage. Although it may shame and western Austria; May 4, another 1,000,000 gave up in Holland aid the Italians, invading Yugoslavia
tem ihMltv ad AlLtnour consciences and insult our an emrado a ,4000qi nsuhr emn. and Greece. Bulgaria joined the Axis
terms with Molotov, said: "All Latinvoutrl.G maycnoleal
America would be pleased lf our minds, it does no damage to our
sister republic, Argentina, was ad- ears." As the stiff-necked German of- of continental Europe excepting
emitted to the conference." fibers formally admitted defeat, nei- A PROCLAMATION Russia by the middle of the year.
Molotov, in mellow mood, seemed Between the Book Ends: Top-flight their they nor the beaten country's Here is a partial text of Presi- Without warning on June 22, Nazi to register no objection. reporter Ira Wolfert has captured new ministers entertained any illu- dent Truman's victory proclama- armies crossed the Russian border
Mood Changes. the sordid tragedy, flaming courage sons as to the character of the Al- tion: in a tremendous drive.
But a day later the mood was dif- and shining hopes of the current lied terms, with Foreign Minister "The Allied armies, through As alarmed America prepared for
ferent. Padilla arose in secret ses- struggle via "American Guerrilla in Count Ludwig Schwenn Von Kro- sacrifice and devotion and with defense, Japan attacked without IF SO
sion to propose Secretary Stettinius the Philippines" (Simon & Schuster). sigk telling the people: God's help, have wrunig from warning at Pearl Harbor in the Ha- WATCH OUT
as permanent chairman of the con- This slam-bang chronicle of Lt. I. D. ". Nobody must deceive him- Germany a final and uncondi- wauan islands and the U. S. was The medical profession knows that
ference. Molotov promptly objected. Richardson's exploits creates a spir- self on the harshness of the terms. tonal surrender. The western immediately at war with both Japan though a person may be cured of comHe pointed out that four countries m
He oite ou tatfor cunris tua gow .Mot imey s . Nobody must have any doubt world~has been freed of the evil and Germany. hack on them. So, if you are once ore.
had invited the other nations to at- Kahn and Michael Sayers' "The Plot that heavy sacrifices will be demand- forces which for five years and By mid-1942, American ma- feeling tired, run down, have pains in
tend this conference and that the Aantaptt n evu-huhcil n
tnthscneecanthtteAantthe Peace" (Dial Press). edl from us in all spheres of life. longer have imprisoned the rnstopdheJsonGa- back and legs, feel weak and bilious, no
Herce ar h ae ftefsit Thus did the European war come bodies and broken thle lives of acalIn rcateBish fever haven't struck You yet, and you
representatives of all four host have common malariahosticesn't pay to
countriesshouldirtte asdchairmn eac e rs an ti bTte to its end six years after the mighty million of free- halted the drive on the Suez take any chances. Try a battle of OxiForeign M Penie-s r a Morri L. ErnstesaThecborn men dine. Oxidine is made to combat malaria,
lierd ectaio f reiosBest Is Yet" offers a sizzling series German army, striking at the un- bonm .
slivered e H s h y as pr"e to be done. give you iron to help creation of red
preedets her th naionwhih trouh Plan; lveled he ow- Thevicorywonin heoestmus cessfully. The Russians epic de- blood cells. If the first battle des't
precedents where the nation whichba-etms
mfknse ofdo h e rstttstrog oad eeldtelw satisfy you your money will be retrned.
served as host also acted as chair- now be won in the east. The axidine has been used for over 50 years.
man. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ hl world mus bed cleansed, ofonormdt uh"orait" a ad n rne n hntre German thrust into the Cauca- Get a bttle today at your drug store.
nan.our mck to the east again to challenge sus. The tide had turned.
tov, who had already pointed out their depravity with lofty the evil from which half the world
that t iiat has been freed. In the fall American and British
tatd fratios re otgt shame. As the Germans capitulated, "F or the triumph of spirit and troops landed in northern Africa. EASE DIAPER RASH
and remarked:
"I am glad to be instructed in behind them lay the remnants of of arms which we have won and The great Russian counteroff en- Soothe and cool diaper rashby sprialcling
diloatc rceur b te Quotation Marksmanship: A. a once all-powerful army, which, for its promise to people every- sive began in February of 1943. It baby with Mexsana. This soothing, medidiloatic ocedurco by thea Ward: Let us all be happy and live like Napoleon's, underestimated where who join us in the love of rolled fiercely until mid-July, when cated Powder cool out sting and itching. elegate ofrMexicohbutlattar within our means, even if we have the vast steppes of Russia, and freedom, it is fitting that we as the retreating Nazis stiffened and Used after every change, Mexasn often
dippsprevetidiaerocah.uAeavorietfo
sethbeoy he rpa e r hi mitl to borrow money to do it with. . then found the U. S. and Britain a nation give thanks to Almighty brought it to a standstill in central oep rearsenta inrdi ents rah aoten speecw efr.h"eadm R. C. Shernif: The telephone be- gathering force behind its back; God, who has strengthened us Polad enhl h airr ofeniv ieyealoisrediethisiom-e
delegat ofanMexicoh but appar-ue b pcilsstorlev hs ic

speechbefor he hard nm
view."

anbhlhriedoftosothmt.ethibacendciie ndshterdoowuheefralHrrw.angGrmn itebadiotsnpe
besreceth at a beng with every courtesy to each of them, lied aerial attacks; and behind States of America, do hereby ap- June 6, 1944, was the big day-the
pered when hewn Attee a on- as if she respected language. . them in the ruins of Berlin re- point Sunday, May 13, 1945, to he invasion of western Europe from fo erence, ndlsto on Afte a 9lng The Jergens Journal: And so I re- portedly lay Adolf Hitler's dead a day of prayer. Engand After landin onl the coas
hot debate, Molotov won his point. E Afe Manin on the cAaSt
Bttemneinwihhjupdmain Your New York Correspond- body. "I call upon my countrymen of France, American and British ~ s~ RHEUMATISM
But the manner in which he jumpedtongues,
onth Mxca ls hm rens.Ato dedicate this day of prayer troops battled inland. Almost all NEURITIS-LUMBAG
on the Mexican lost him friends. A
lotPadis just found out that Eden means gar- Because of the anti-clmactic na- to the memory of those who have France was under Allied control by
lo fLtnjaosof Pdlasden, Molotov means hammer, Stalin ture of the formal surrender, and given their lives to make pos- November, 1944. Advance tank units
brilliant oratory, previously had means also because of the premature anbeen opposed to him. But Molotovstean rm -mau ilouvitr.weetacngnthGranbbeene oppoedi thim Buoste Moboto business. nouncement of the capitulation days HARRY S, TRUMAN. der by December. A substantial
veered them in the opposite direc-edge had been German counteroffensive was
tion. Stalingrad rocked under p mur- removed from the great event, with
Next day, in secret session, For- dru arg.mt n lgiaGn ornyHde ouidu i I!A lSE
eign Minister Jan Masaryk of dg On March 2 th American Ninth rettili- Small sizeso,
Czechoslovakia, a nation cooperat- creaking ferryboat, piloted by a powerful bridgehead immediately army reached the Rhine river. With- ITALI 10 DRii IES orI AIRL $a up 101 rkce
ing with Russia, pointed to the va- wheezened old boatman, was below the vital Ruhr district and on in two weeks this great natural de- NEIL DNS& CO, Is. JACSflILIE 4, FLORID
cant chair of Poland and moved that smashed by a shell. The old man the edge of the rolling plains lead- fense line was crossed. Racing
the Lublin government be admitted. and a young lieutenant aboard were
thrown into the river. The heavily- ,~ ing eastward to Berlin. tank corps smashed to the Elbe rivForeign Minister Subasich of Yugo- As the 1st army's bold move threw er, 30 miles from Berlin, and halted
slavia, also close to Russia, sec- Packed soldier started to go down, to await junction with the Ru
onded the motion. Whereupon, An- Li'e the remaining Allied forces in the sians. This signal event took place ANY
thony Eden, white-faced and prim, this life preserver," and west soon poured over the Rhine, on April 27. Far to the south, Amen I
emphatically opposed. There fol- lped it over the officer's shoulder. Can and Russian armies were roar
lowed more hot debate. The lieutenant tried to push it away. ing the heart of the reich. While Brit- lag through Austria to seal off south
Finally, to break the deadlock, ish and Canadian troops struck out era Germany. Organized resistance
Foreign Minister Spaak of Belgium boatman. "I'm old-my arm is crumbled as German soldiers gave Shrubs,
proposed a compromise resolution North sea ports, the U. S. 9th army up in enormous numbers.
expressing sympathy with Poland young and can fight. Take the pre- set aur cnt R r le
and hoping that she could be ad- server. Hold Stalingrad!" we onedwing the 1st joine
mitted soon. Genial, rotund Ambas- the attack and another kept step
sador Caceres of Honduras, a great in the fight for Decency, with Lt. Gen. George Patton's famed
friend of the U.S.A., rose to second alsP
Belgium. ContrAtak:A lid Po
Begu. one-Atc:across the reich. Meanwhile, the Ul1MK.o
Whereupon Molotov cracked back: U. S. 7th and the French 1st armies
"Notwithstanding the support of the old orphan. Her father-killed at GEN. DWIGHT 1. EISENHOWER drove into the Nazis' mythical re- We have won a war,
Republic of Honduras, the Soviet the front. Her mother-by a Nazi bMa otere
Union stands by its position." bomb. . On Red Army Day all As the aerian Ad is we another against Jefl MO
DlgtsSate.the other children in her kindergar- the result that the nation accepted As th'mrcnadBiihw anwntewraantJpn
ten class were busy writing letters the news with restraint. As Ger- armies slashed through the German there is the gigantic problem of supA note of biting sarcasm rang to their fathers or brothers. Inna many's fall was substantiated, peo- Positions and turned to their rear- ply and moving the troops from the through Molotov's voice which came sobbing to Natasha Zemskaya, ple looked to the east, where the ward to isolate the enemy into sep- European theater to the Pacific. startled the delegates. It sounded
sate th deeae.It sounded hen teacher. "I have no Daddy and Japs still remain to be defeated and arate pockets, the whole enemy's The army estimates that 5,000,000(AsFlgSonciUit)
as if the powerful Soviet Union, rep- no one to write to." Natasha com- the entire resources of the navy and Lydia E. Pinkham's vegetable Comresenting the greatest land-mass in ing to the disintegration of Nazi re- feat Japan. Our enti
thete world wasl tryin tol put theiewl vr60000trosmyb r ayad pud sfmuorleentol
the world, was trying to put the to Lt. Alexander Kuksenok. . needed to assure victory. sistance. air forces will be required. Some Monthly pain but also accompanying
tiniest republic in Latin America in Little Inna laboriously poured her With America scheduled to take With whole groups of German men will be released from service nervous, tired, hightrung feelingsits place. Again, Russia lost more heart into a scrawling letter. Soon over the occupation of central and troops entrapped without hope of -the individuals will be determined turbances. Taken regularly-it helps friends. And later when the vote she received an answer. "Don't you western Germany and western Aus- reinforcement, their defense ye- on total service, overseas service, bul up resistance against such distress.ds.nAndmlstomroundnhehesvote
was taken on seating Lublin Poland, cry, little lana," wrote the lieuten- tia ieed, with the majority of the old- combat service and number of de- tuublin olPlabe acandons nof
Thes arerdnc some ofie then thingsabldreton.Trl
she lost that also, ant. "From now on I'm your broth- to maintain strict supervision over en, more practical men giving up pendents. The bulk of the army will VEGEABLE
These are some of the things en, I am sending you a little gift. the country until a thoroughly dem- upon being cornered while younger not be released. 0 46 600a~am4 COMPOUND
about the Russians that take a Be a good girl. Love, Alex." ,. ocratic administration can be estab- fanatics carried on in the face of Divisions will be regrouped to _______________lot of understanding. On the Each week Alex wrote to his newly listed, U. S. military authorities fig- overwhelming odds, bring them up to combat strength. WNU7
other hand, when Molotov, after adopted sister. . Suddenly the let- ure on the detention of 400,000 Yanks Meanwhile, the Russians had It will take several months to orwinning his point on rotating the tens stopped. After several weeks, in Europe. drawn up along the banks of the Oder ganize troops, crate and pack
chairmanship, finally sat in Stet- Iana received a note. It was signed As in the case in most wars Ger- river from the Baltic clean down equipment before the units are tinius' place, he did an excellent by a hundred soldiers and said many's collapse came with a dra- to Silesia, while still other Red ready to sail against Japan. job. He got off a little gag about "Alex has been killed, but do not matic suddenness after a period of armies thrust eastward through Some divisions will be lucky. They being glad the conference would feel bad. His last wish was for all flei'ce resistance. Czechoslovakia and Austria. Once will be routed through the United
now have an opportunity to hear Io st eoeyu rtes oUas h lo
nowhav anopprtuityto ear I o usto ecoe yur roters So The first big break that signalized the Russians opened their all-out at- States, while others will sail through fHelp Thelensete lo Russian, and proceeded to han- now you have a very large family, A Body Waste
die the session in most expert ahnrdbohr.B odgn .5 s ryssrrs atr fNz olpei h et h in cpr.Toelne nteUie at atrfo h lo tem u
manr.ad rt ts.Lve.termayudendo nteri span the picer was er inte clos te. Sthes wiimnl ie t om leYave k d.,. pro onesantlyirwork-do



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Ti Postal authorities are ais om Ws Lg Ner the Japa h 6 ts wih n fries t r retaneorty
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The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., Friday, May 18, 1945

SEWING CIRCLE PATTERNS 1


/2 ei ~ Adiio, 3Jumper-Jacket for Summer Sports ISo Crisp.
Bell AAdanlozI
/~~~~L Jo n>.es tj~b rac to match the jaunty broadJohn shouldered jumper.
4 WH. V'kATUR9 E: -.e Pattern No. 8767 is designed for sizes
THE STORY THUS FAR: The Amert Vicmamare, they wanted to go His Lordship was getting a wee 12, 14, 16, 18, 20: 40 and 42. Size 14, dress,
can troops arrived In Adano, with Major home, but there was no transpor- bit bored. He dipped more and more requires 3 yards of 35 or 39 inch material;
Joppolo, the Amgot officer In charge. station. One day the Major saw a frequently into his Snuffbox and Jacket, short sleeves, 1% yards.
Sergeant Borth was in charge of securi.
ty. The Major was determined to hold German bus driving down the street. looked out the window. "Fine show, cuent ar cnds, lightlymore tim
th confidence ofr theiios peoplel ande toire
the confidence of the people and to re- An American soldier was driving it. fine show," he said. "Anything bad is required in filling orders for a few of
place their bell stolen by the Nazis. De- Major Jppolo said to h elf: in this town?" the most popular pattern numbers.
spite orders issued by General Marvin, could use that bus e asked "Yes, there is, Lord," the Major barring carts from the city, Joppolo re- around and found out it belonged to said. "One thing." called the order, to permit food and wa- EIGCRL ATR ET
ter to enter the city. Caeopardo nd the Engineers. So he called the "I wish all of our towns had just 530 South Wells St. Chicago
to furnish the General copatied Motor Offer and said: "I'd like to one thing wrong, Joppolo." Enclose 25 cents in coins for each ton German~ teo G ene with wa use that bus of yours one day a "Well, this isn't exactly bad, Lord, pattern desired.
on German troop movements but was
tossed out. Tina told the Major about week." The Motor Officer said it and maybe it'll sound a little silly Pattern No.size.
her sweetheart, a prisoner of war, and would be okay with him if the Major to you." If ame.
asked the aid of the Major in locating had proper permission. So Major "My job," said Lord Runcin, tak- dLL
him. The Major felt some jealousy but Joppolo called the Adano base com- ing snuff grandly, "is to make sense A
promised help. manner, who said it would be all out of silly things. What is it, Jopright. And a few days later one polo?" RnU
busload of cheering, laughing peo- "Well sir, this town needs a bell." ~p1 Signet RigHas Record
CHAPTER XV Pie had started home. Now Colonel "A bell? Why, Major, I heard
Poak ad:" ouyunarSartorius, head of Amgot for the such a jangling of bells at eight Of___ DiatrAteIt s
PolackProvince of Vicinamare, heard o'clock this morning, you might
war."
Bilsar."es g o e. about the bus a few days later, and have thought it was Christmas day." Few rings have been connected
Bill said e's o bed. with more misfortune than the fba- e"Gals re great Foods",
So they went to bed. Polack heardmor o Lo mouse signet ring of Karl NaunChuck crying in his bedroll, and he to do than o d" dorff, the French pretender, whose Kellogg's Ric
said: "Smatter, Chuck, feel sick?"e whol rpe Chuck sobbed: "Hell of a war." Colonel Sartorius is an awful dope." cial bells." ended in exile, says Collier's. Be- .1 n .t n
Polack said: "Yeah, hell of a war, Lord Runcin said: "Do you mean "This one was seven hundred tve fo e 5
Chuck, go to sleep." You think he takes harmful drugs?" years old. It was just about the to hiayer, Je gave ho aelt
When Major Joppolo arrived at his is most important thing in the town, to Frh fore miise i18, man tr t o
office next morning, two visitors snuffbox. hear these people talk. Mussolini employed it to seal the disastrous on ISPIEs
were waiting for him. One was Major Joppolo said: "Oh no, I took it away . ." And Major Jop A SUMMER spectator sports armistice of the Franco-Prussian L- OM
Quattrocchi, owner of the house just mean he's stupid." polo told how the bell had been Aoutfitthtwillcaptremanywar
where Chuck, Bill and Polack were "oe h"HsLrsi ad rtdu n hpe wyt uftta ilcpuv aywr
caed gunpare and ho wa the pe a compliment. The smoothly fit- Favre later presented the ring 4
billeted. But Quattrocchi had to and put the expression down in his wait, because the other was Lord book. "Very good, what else?" pie had come to him about it, and s the i-t Teyf3
Runcin, one of the Afgot higher- o e
Rucion f h Agt ihe- Well, Lord, the people of Adana had found that it was almost cer- Deadly FaeThrowers sailles. I IWHITE PETROLEUM .1; Ilvj lo
ups. The Allied Military Govern- were so contented under the Ame td
ment was, and still is, a joint Brit- cans that they offered of their own rate was in unoccupied territory. The flame throwers used by ish-American affair, and as in the accord, without anybody American soldiers were recently
higher echelons of the military com- it, to maintain the little Amerin made more deadly and safer to
mand, American and British offi- cemetery on the outskirts of town. "these ppl can h operate by the adoption of a jellied
aers wereude sadice inur with, eacho ad oter. wer sanwchin with neach Sotethle ec rudi ndgtaogwt aoie hc i rprdo h ~kadcooone yNtr lnwt
other. Lord Runcin was near the painted it white, and Russo the old the bells they have. We can't afford battlefield by stirring a powder rdininotr, maccrdino dr.Wetious ad din with you
top. stonecutter was making headstones, to be too sentimental, you know, into ordinary motor fuel, says Cal- Wari day after crigt dilecions whd havnk areI
Lord Runcin was a man of about and every Sunday the people took Joppolo. Can't afford to let these
fifty. He had wavy blonde hair and flowers up and put them on the people be too happy, you know. lie isjlln'du achsv and tiltesti main cleaning channels-dney, skim
bright eyes which seldom looked graves of the boys who had died stream of fire instead of a billow- blCrs
straight at whoeve hee wast talkingro heued pis igsieore. octpt with. He took snuff. Aside from "I say," His Lordship said,
the fact that he had a purely col- "touching. What else?" and discipline don't go together." int ayhn that wilbun
but it can be shot through small
nial point of view toward the Ital- Food was pretty good. In the first Young man," said His Lordship, openings, such as the narrow slits
ians, he was considered to be a pret- days, the Major had found five cars taking a sniff for emphasis, "I think of tanks and pillboxes, at a disty good man for Amgot. Not the I've had a little more experience in tance of 60 yards.
least of his attributes was his en- these things than you have."
ergy. On this particular morning, it 'Every time I've done something
was only five minutes past eight,-frteepolMar poa
and yet Lord Runcin had been on said, "I've found they did two things
the road since six thirty, had taken
breakfast on American rations in a f "e wht o ou ant et
wheat field, and had been waiting a daothsel
patiently for his Amgot representa- "I just wondered, Lord, if you
tive in Adano for fifteen minutes. could suggest a way to get them
He was making a round of inter- another bell. Not just any bell,
views, to try to pick up the best ex- you know, but one that could take
amples of Amgot work from each of the place of the one they lost."
the occupied towns. "Every time I need something out
Major Joppolo showed him into of the ordinary," His Lordship said,
his office. "Wizard quarters," His "I make application to the United
Lordship said. Lord Runcin affect- States Army. They have the most
ed the slang of his subordinates, but .i* extraordinary things, you know.
he always seemed to use American
slang when talking to his British They choime pip good bar,
men, and vice versa, so that many too, went from Scotland to the
of them understood very little of U.S.A. and all the way back here
what he said. t giers, by way of the U.S. Army'
This was the first time Major Some one told me about these elec
Joppolo had ever had a tete a tete trial razors, and they even got me
with a real honest to goodness Lordship. He was surprised to find him cas of t i,
wearing shorts and an open collar c ynu
and no hat at all. His Lordship's rent. I suggest you try the U. S.
deferential manner, as he sat on Army, Joppolo."
the other side of the Major's desk
asking questions, made Major Joppolo, who had once been a clerk in Y g e ,t
the Sanitation Department of New Who do you ask for all these fancy
York City, feel quite important.
By way of making conversation,
His Lordship pointed a thumb in
Quattrocchi's direction and said: B.-Wigien. General rWilson tldome he'
"Your Italian friend is in quite a tr to get me ed
flap."Just use my name, Joppolo, he'll The former Sanitation clerk said: find you a bell. I'm sure Of it."
"What was that, Lord? I didn't get "Can't afford to let these people that."Mao oplwrtdonG .
th"ee id"si i odhp be too happy, you know." eral Wilson's name and address,
"Never mind," said His Lordship. "hn oLr, h ao ad
"Well, what kind of a job have you of wheat on a siding at the railroad "That sound li e Mtori been doing here, Joppolo?" station, had had it ground into flour, I s wnt to gt a ibell or thiP
The former Sanitation clerk said: and had been able to spare some "Well, I've been doing all right." for the neighboring hill towns, which town."
all rgh wre sarvig. H hadgive one Lord Runcin clapped his snuffbox. "Doing all right, eh?" His Lordshipbaker a very heavy fine, three thou shut and stood up. "Well, Joppolo,
shi smle an mde nte f he sand lira, for baking soggy bread, sounds to me as if you were doing a
expression in his notebook, for fu- for refusing to sell it on credit, for wizard job here. Keep it up. If Here are the Famous
ture use. "What are the best things on have any troubles, just give me
you've done?" a buzz." And His Lordship left, on Treads that Give
Well, to show how the town was lrn, and for having dirty hands; financing itself, there was the had been verge of a delicious sneeze
finncngitel, ter ws hemu- pretty good from all the bakers. He which he had been saving in his Longer Mileage:
lin. A Liberty Ship had come into had taken steps to send the fih nostrils for ten minutes.
Adano harbor, and had discharged men out. He had arranged for the Major Joppolo stared out of the
a cargo of war materials-bulldoz- people to have pasta, which they window, and he was wonderfully ers, bridge girders, tents, and some had not had for eight months. Food happy, with the double happiness of ammunition. Down in the bottom
of one hold the unloaders found six was all right, accomplishment and praise for it.
bales of white muslin. The skipper "Good," said Lord Runcin. Every He was drawn back from his pleas- E
blstime His Lordship took snuff, Major ant daze by a torrent of Italian. edah
of the ship said he had to unload it.
The Quartermaster on the ladi Joppolo's eyes nearly popped out It came from Quattrocchi.
would atae n The weach of his head and he almost forgot "You Americans think you are so
woulds not take mit.Thr, r no in what he was talking about. "Any- civilized, you think you are doing papers for the muslin, no cons- thing else?" us a favor by disembarking on our o
met."Oh sure, Lrd," he said, "this shores. You are no better than the ury markings on it, so it was obvi- town is much better off than it was Germans. The Germans never did ously Lend-Lease, and it was obousy LndLeaeanditwasob before we came in. You can't im- anything in this town such as your viously lost. Major Joppolo heard agine how these people were ground men have done. I gave you my about it, and seeing the rags on the down. Why, they're so used to be- house. I did not mind giving you people of his town, he said he could ing afraid of officials, and so used my house. I thought the Americans use it. He called his Civil Supply to making out forms and being were civilized. You are the one
director and told him about the mus- hauled up to court and having cara- who told me they are civilized. You lin, and the director gave permis- binieri ask them their names, that said they would take care of my sion to sell it at a fair price. MajorGRUD RI
sin o ll iut ta frosU p r Major they all put their last names first house as if they owned it. You areTRCO Joppolo t tor fo rsale, and their first names last, the way a liar."sale,
and held the other four in reserve, it goes on official papers, all the Having been praised so recently, There w sha horof clot time. Just like the Chinese. Major Joppolo was stung by this a sil conditions
in the town that theory w "Lots of them have told me that dispraise.were
gone in that many hours. -they're better off now than they "What do you want?" he said
"Good work, Joppolo," His Lord- were before. For one thing, they sharply. "Stop this babbling and tell ship said. "What else?" can congregate in the streets any me what you want." Every Car, Truck and Tractor Owner Should
There was the refugee Problem, time they want and talk about what- "I don't want anything. What I Know These Facts: It is impossible to predict When enough new tires 'will be
On the day of the invasion, there ever they want to. They can listen have lost I can never get back, so were only six or seven thousand peo- to their radios. They know they how can I want anything?" ple in the town; the others had all can get a fair trial out of me. They "If you don't want anything, why get beyond the danger point and you're in for real trouble! RECAP NOW.
run to the hills. Within a few days can come to the City Hall and talk are you taking up my time?" I
there were thirty-two or -three thou- to me any time they want. Mayor Quattrocchi spoke sarcastically: --
sand. The town got badly croded
san. Te owngo balycrowded, Nasta had office hours from twelve "I'm Sorry if your time Is so vahrand one reason was that there were
and oe reaon wa thattherewereto one each day and You had to ap- able, Your Worship." And thenheLL /Ia lot of refugees from the town of ply for an audience weeks in ad- spoke angrily: "I have lost some Vicinamare. These people had come vance. I told you about the streets things which were valuable to me, down to Adano because the Allies being clean. Oh, there are lots of too. I went to my house this mornhad been bombing Vicinamare pret- ing, to get some thing I h f. .
ty hard before the invasion. Now thing to do with it there'll be lots behind. And what did I find_that the battle had gone beyond more (TO BE CONTINUED)








FOUR THE MONTICELLO NEWS FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1945


THE MONTIL air against the Japs; when there was DESCRIPTION S T AcreS OWNr Taxes & Cost DESCRIPTION S T R Acre, OWNER
TH M NTCELO NE SLot 22 S P & 0 Co 9 2 N 11 4 Margaret Peck.1.02 -Wiriceks Add Moolnot enough gasoline, when there was Lot 23 S P & 0 Co 9 2N 4E 4 Litle B. Swanson. 1.02 ticell .ery A. Mlly.2.10
not enough bullets. Lot 24 S P & 0 Co 9 2N 4E 4 Gertrude Yeckley.2 Pt Lot 18 DB WW 92
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY For these remaining days, weeks285 S P & Wiricks Add MnFor__theseremaining__days,_weeks_0 Co.9 2N 4 ay -c o a .4 ticeit ._ -, ,alo G4
MONTICELLO ADVERTISER and months of the war, let every S Lot 285 S P & Pt Lot 18 DH WW92
Established 1869 citizen do his best to see that behindWilliams 1.04 Wick Add MoEtbihd16ciiedohsbstosetabeidLot G08SS P &O0Co 9 2 N 4b: 4 Alice Watkin.1.S ticello l ym A. MalloNy.57
MONTICELLO CONSTITUTION every soldier and sailor in the Pacific In SE'A of SE DB OxlO Ft in Ila 21
Established 1873 is a plentiful store of guns, ammuni- In 245 of 13 D. I Pag 1A1
Changed to tion food, equipment, medical care AA 136.1 YN 4E 10 D. Boatman. 2.17 ticello .i .
MONTICELLO NEWS-1903 and everything else that can add to of 9!1, S o St L 2 D. L shis confidence and courage and can P of SWi/ 13 2N 4E 73 Ethel DaVi.10.91 icks Add Montil
KEATHLEY BOWDEN aid his efficiency in battle.ceo. tan Turr.
EA LEYioW N adhsefcinyi ate & 0 CO .16 2N 4E 6 Cacabelle. Robin.59 LoCts 1 & .4 Elk 29 .i8
Editor The war is not ended until the last Lot 50 S P & 0 Co 16 aN 4E 5 Isabella Halvers. .74 Wiricks Add Mon___________________Lot 54 S P & 0 Co 16 2N 4F 5 J. W- Well. .1.15 ticello. rn Ill.1.42
Entered at Monticello Post Office* Jap is conquered, and subscribing to Lots 61, 67, 68 S N as Mail matter of the Second Class the Seventh War Bond Campaign is &0CO.192 4E 6 abliSl.28-Los2&3Bk 1
&lpo 0.1 Co. 138-R1d
as ailmater f te ecod Cass'th Seenh Wr Bnd ampignisLot 971 IS P & 0) CO 16 2N 4E 51 C. J. Bal. .11 Ltceo L.O0 Ft BiDr.75
_________________________ the way of hastening that glorious Lot 161 8 P & 0 Coa. 16 2N 4E 5 .1.n~ Gaxe.1.15 Lot T.x1( Ft~hl .75
Telephone------------------- 138-H day. Lots180 1 S P & :. 16 IN4 ei .Gen.1.15 AAA 250 XiiclsHna hue.52
0 CO. .17 2 N 4E 10 Henry '1. Green. 2.17 Lot 7d DBtcel .S 265nal Shl.m-.52 OFFICE OF PUBLICATION Lots 181, 184 P & oN 4 1i Su 2 I, i
News Building Dogwood Street CLASS FE D17 2N 4E ADS Dasy ell .15 I .et L 9 DB
~ 1JJ Pt Lot 187 1; P & 3ea7 J D) Palm.er
SUBSCRIPTION RATES 0 C. 17 2N 4E 2 Roy Kirkbidg.1.04 Add Monticello WoOdrow Con.,21
WRT o 95p~e baby 0% Lot 232 S P & P o BAA4
One Year ---------------$2.00 0 Co 20 Peaaller & Lyons
Six Months----------------1.00 chicks, New Hampshires, Barred In 'E4DAA5172 2N 4E1 2 l Lticie Doga W.Motcelo.Lll.A.Bso.24
SixA 2.dd Monticello A . .

THE "MIGHTY SEVENTH" d- W of NW DE Add ST. Clas.
---___ tested, broadbreasted Bronze direct PP~ 187.23 2N 4E1 3 Ellis Jams.1.17 Pt Lot 4 11 DBI No 1 12
frmTea. nNEa DB VV 10. 24 2N 41e 79 Brs. P. D. Faglie.1.05 Page 154 H. Porters
In the Seventh War Loan Cam- Hatches weekly. Lot 2 Kidders Sub Add Monticello
Ica- Stever's Hatchery, Live Oak Fla. tf No. 2.24 2N 4E 5 Dr. r. Peterson.1.45 Lot 11 H., Porters Add
pain now underway, our govern- Lot 5 Kidders Sub
ment is asking for the greatest LOST-One Red Steer marked Bolt Lo i E of 4
Lti)l'4oNE/Carrolls Subdivision C. T. Carroll. 2.17
amount in the history of the nation in one ear Swallow fork in other Dl TT 62.25 2N 4E Eat. Win. Bailey. 2.38 Lot 18 DE 77 503
adJfesnCut'qutisteLots 162, 183, 165, Carrolls Subdivision Nhn("h .14
and Jefferson county's quota is the 400 pounds. If found please notify 177, 179 North LOt 6, 7, 8 D WW
largest of any war bond drive yet S. S. Reichert, Monticello FlaR. Pecan Co.27 2N 4E 13% E. F. leyd.17 183 Cols Add undertaken.Lot 92 North Fla Monticello i H. Carroll 1.17
unetkn .26-1P Pecan Co.3 3 2N 4E 5 John Coffman.1. 37 W'A Lot 3 WED 303
ILot 163 North Fla
There is every reason why Amer- Pecan Co.33 2N 411 5 W. A. Reed. Iesilyterian Lands Mosley Henry.7.23
FOR SALE -One used vacuum N1rt F7 E t Lot 3 WED 303
icans should push the Mighty Sev- Presbyterian Lands Mosley Henr.7.82
cleaner, good condition. T. S. Bras- Pecan Co.33 2N 4 E 5 R. J. Kliber .1.1.7 Lot 24 Academy His enth over the top. It's the necessary Lot 29, North Ila
final~_____ punch Co.r Iitr.Wt e-3 N 4 E 2 1 i Mrs. L. W. Uniderwood.1.11 Lots 26, 27, 28 Acadlfinal punch for Victory. With Ger-my Add Momany defeated, our military forces WANTED-Radio and phonograph Pecan Ca .4 N 4E 3 Tillmn & Dryton.1.17 Licello.V. A. Folsom. .87
mayli~ Nl/ .1 4 I N 4E 21%/ Sallie He0rrng. .41 Wl/, Lot 6 DE 55 322i!
can turn loose their might against combination. Will pay top price. Pt Lot 4. .6 IN 4E 40 Godfrey Scott. .22 Dativicks Add Mon- o
the slant-eyed devils in the Pacific, Write a card, stating price, make In W of SWLI DS i6cello James Burney.-.2.47
IW 18 3 .8 ti4E 2 Je .G om 1
and given plenty of materials and and size to V. D. care Monticello i SWV4 of SE% of Pt Lat 8 DE 11 14
ammunition can deliver the final News Sl8tfc 25 IS 4E 5 Unknown.23 Blcks Add Monblow to bring peace to that section of W /f ,1 B t 45x50 F in N. .
FRSL BuhlHmesalo YY 23. .12 IS 4E1 1 % Theodore Cole. o o Lot 451011inNl
the globe.FO SAEBseHapr;as 1.E1ofN ,eD1ofr/ofLt1
thee globe E ofa Norm D5.0 per 2 2S 4 E I1Y Millie 'Shuler .88 D13 U 144 BarThe Japanese have been notoritous- g wo i s f $ p N of 0 o SE'/ 23 2S 411 10 Henry Silvers.76 wicks Add Montily cruel in their treatment of civil- of W eo Green. .07
Fyculilhertetet fcvl orda dever in town.r Phone 1495 of W.2.1 2S 411 10 A. J1. McVey. .1.06 Lot 240x150 ft Dn
ians and prisoners of war. We have Fr Vne Lm C 1 oW f
fel frm te bginin tht te sl-of NWVL. 21 2S 4E1 10 Ililda, Lavia. 1.1 6 Add Monticello . Amy Hlendon. 2.47
felt from the beginning that the Lot 42 DB YY 73
diers who were imprisoned by Ger- Subscribe to of NE'!, of SW tieA
NWi/ of SWU of
mans fared much better than thBailey. 1.75
mnfae muhbtethntose 5W /. .27 28 4E0 70 E. C. Bm~el .4.019 Lot 67 DE PP 288
captured by the Japanese. Yet in Ne2 Of SW 13 A Barwicks Add MorT eM niel Ne s iSwv Of NW'A Monticello.myiedn-.14
the last few months the world has DR BEE 452. E N Lot 3 DB m1
learned that the Gerwm Were bar-A learnc e on thttelie n weebr of NRd, of AIn'WX Monticello .C(allie Daniels .1.4 0
baric beyond belief in their treat- NOTICE P Of SW of Pt Lot 5 Dilworths
ment of those at their mrcy.If any NW'.4 DB e 452 1 1N SE 127 % 1. Thomas Kinany. Add MNticlo1. Rebecca Nolan. 2.17
mery. anW of W; of N W i4 Pt Loat 5 Dilworths
such revelation awaits us in the Trespassing our .1 Alartha Henderson. 2.17
Orient. we should be Willing to sacPt Lt 5
Oret esol ewligt a-A, S W1/, Of NE'!, 2 IN 5E 901/ E. Thomas Kinsey .13.09, Add Monticello Susan Black.2.17
rifice to the utmost to cut the war Ptof SE'A of NE NWL Lot 9 Ex 25x50
short by one day, or even one hour.
A DE [Blt 452, 8% ftb Add Mo6 o JiIt is a time to redouble our efforts; of NW'!,. 25 A In to Jd av .
on our park grounds NW'!, of SE / & S lof .'. Lot~ve 2.77
to determine that there shall not be in NE' of SWa ZZ o4 tiLo ths
a oetsdlyilgtigeery at n~tDB AA.A 147 ._2IiN 5SE 221 11,. Thomas Kinsey.27.15 Add Alonticello. Lulu Cuthbert.24
momen's deay i gettng e at nght nust be W% of SW'/, of'NEI/4 21 IN 5E At 3 Jesse Williams .4 3 Z 4 Ilvots.~ L2.2420f7sqD
possible bit of munitions and equip- Lt2 N tstD
posbebto uiin n qi-SW'!, of NW'!,. .22 1N SE 40 A. J1. Mollinney.I.77 SS 163 'Dilwor the
ment to our boys who are doing the E of WV. N SE 160 Louvli Slater 17.64 Add Monticello .o
stpe.In SWI', of SE'% DE SRxIS FtQ~ in Lot. 279
fighting for us. There have been
YY42. I E 2 JaS. Bell. .1.02 Dit IIU 584 Dii. times in the Pacific when we have .6 N 80 W & L Baett. 1.66 rth Add oWRITEt forE T 8 I 1945 HpArWigt.ces.on.babycll

























times in the Pacific when We ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ in hae MeTCELrNREetO. SPtLtt Jr.7.N5E 2/.A.1.68. .8, tiel .WO.A.,'t 1 . 1
othdeogplnsttaeteLots 116, 129 Soling- Pt Lot I E'd9
nthdeogplnsttaete F. A. MAHAN, Owner dale.7 2N 5E 10 UnknOwn.I.2.17 Letchworhs Ad
_____Lots, 130. 133, 144 Mon ticello. .H rs. Elbert Rivers .2.47
Sh iingdale.7 IN SE 13 )l Getrude F. Mrell. 2.87 Lt 6 Elk B ReichRoTCks Wyadots Book your or-ng


























NO I EI dLo 119, 140 pg. 7 IN riE 51/1 A. MX Schoeneman.17 Oul Add MontiNotceisheebygjej tat il fllwin dscil~d ans il besad t '!/ of NEI, of 'NE',/ 8 IN 5SE 20 Gen. & tlizabeth Sitllin . 1S cello. .Alne H. Hughes.29.13 Notlice cion heeygvnta h o~igdsrbdlnswl esl tI/ 'Of SE'!, IN SE 1, Est. J. L. Reiche t.10.60 t Lot 7 El1k 16 DR
publc taution On the lt. day 1 Juner 1945, atotbab tes, Coty of 1 Page 45 Simons
Jfro tof Florida, to pay the amount due for taxes hered set opposite of SW 11E Add Monticello dit.1
Stevers Hatchery, Live, Oakk 16 tf
w hL all Costs of Such sale and adve rating. marked Bol
DESCRIPTION 81 T 11 Acres OWNER Taxes & Cost 2w 1 E41. Nr 3 Toa -Nta of5 o d otclo.Wli la.1.707 Bk 1 D1
In NW Cor of SE of W .9 o e ea S w f r i o e r8 1
NE L DE EBB 46 2 15 IN 31 S/ Charlotte McClendon. F1.12 L s 4 & .64Dre- 9 Pa.e 1 .l.In~~FD 2EV 6-1pI f os4 4Der ,/ ot0 l 1
























Caon ey .E. of IN! 3E of l.Aot ows Sub. .11 IN 5E, 11 'Katherine fEnglia. .1.96 1 LI' 58Sm
C'osy.1 IN"/ lL.JMoe. 43 Lot 93 Dreblows Sub 13 2 N 51 E' f Sidney G. Williams.1.15 Pon, Add'.Mnticello lames Turner. 2.17
1k Of SW'!4 .25 IN A1 c 40 1. B. anger .gd3.3 In Wond onn Lots 15. Lot 15 TDB D 110
SW'! of SW Wtw of 16, 7 DE JJ 154 18 2N eE ll.i Estelle Blakeslee 5 c57 F. Simon Add
Rdi/ of .W. 34 of ;E 4 .B (rne .47 18 Spr in 'dale. 18 2N 5E1 5 Agnes Ferguson.1.87 Monticello. .Win How'ell JIr .2.03
NE'!, of NW'!,.1 36 N 31o 40 I. B. Granger. Z4 Lots 47, 48. 49, 55, 70. tIa 5 BAA9
aO1, 72 Springdale 1 IN 5E 27 A. J. Schmidt T .7.79 P. L. Simon Add
6EI Of 51 1 oNW 36 'N 1B 2 r.Dla de.177 Lot 50 Springdale -. 18 IN SE 5 Mary 11. Johnson.1.87 Monticello.1 Enest Hag .2.47
o. N W oWite G Lots 84, 85 Sping- Lot 14 F. L. Simon
Rd% '.36 iN E 30 alte dale.18 I SE 10 Herman Felcamp.3.57 Add Monticello win. Howell .M c1.4
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'NWl/ W of Rd 3 13 c 48 1. B. Clianger 4.92 17 ft in S Pt Lot A
N% of N1.Nie of of Rd DR SS LL 281.30 2N SIE ix Mrs. J. B. H-oren .5.07
SE%! of NEL.1 4 IS 3E1 1010 V. B. Bishop .10.29 561 Springdale 19 IN S E 4 Mariana E. Washburn.1.90 In NEI, D_1 BBt 509 10 2N 5N. 1 J1. 1". & ('Ice Jackson I.90)
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Lot 7 Jeff Co Pecan PabiiThompson .2.1 6 NW'!,.22 IN SE. 10 Das. & Dora Laar.2.17 XX 1i1.0 2N 5SE Bird, Bird & Rast.2.26
CO. 12 1S 3E1 5 Benl Hill. 1.22 N i"14 of SW'!4 of In NEI/ of 511 DE
Lots 1 & 2 Jeff Co NW'!,.3 I2 N 5V 10 Anthony Minton. 2.17 1 Page 173. .10 2N 57 13,11. Grpee. .12.17
Peca Co. I IS 10, 2 1. H 14eox .18NW%/ of NEuA. .24 IN SE 40 W. M. ScrUgga.0.22 Ini NW 1 of '5W t
Pecan o.1.1 215I 310 32 F. H. Heco.2.8 W% of NE 1 of DE WW 337.20 2N SE, Pansy M. Anderson .14.84
SW% of SW/,.2 1f 111/ 40W Ir/ .I .Moe.28 W . 29 IN 51E 301A~ Federal Land Bank .4. Ii7 tn NW'!, of SW,
NWR 11W of 5W1 In E1 Pt of NE' of? M!. ZZ, 438.30 i1N 51N Xerdie B. Bullock .18.6
N 1 fN NE,i DR VV 996. 30 2N SE 11, 3 1), A. Finlayson 4.97 1 .1. TAYLOR, Tax Collector,
of SE I/.2 8 iS 3E 213% Mrs. %V. W. Baker .12.98 In Lot 149 B XX Jeffesl CountyFola
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InW 11B Ca ofg SW31 of I E I (no e' 9 50 & YY 173 GS 3N 5E 21 Addie G. Arnold.24 _________________________________SW'!4 DB 1 Page. 13 11 IS 3E 10 Graceit Iteltn.98 NEb, of Sl'!,. .1 IN 5E 40 C. 0. Heichert.4.75 5111/4 of NE'4.1 314 okctRat Co.21 fictional SW'!I, of Advertisement
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lot 44O RR Ad.i 311 J. MI. Bramle t .i.1.64 InoSE Car of SE'!, ofI
A Bs of ore R iEn17 NE111 B T503 . 28 I2,N 5E S H1,s. At, Al. Gilbert .1.1
Deed Boo'k BEP Mnil rI Aad Na.a tor here I sit y Joe Marsh
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Page. 426. 2S 311 187% Glenn Realty Co.71 Ell od ND2. GW4 03Nb 1 is.Atn od. 73
W~ f W Ex1 2 2 31 19 C. L Morrison.12.38 'f 'NE'/. 36 IN 5E 160o Julia. Sheffield.17.94t
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nE',. 2St 111 46 C. 3. Morsn.49 3NW% of SWl'!.17 IS5RS 40 Georgia Presha.1.61LdDen L nsa
Di Waucto offthe.1t dy 50J C. L. Moricll o o 17 Elk B Reams
of NXV', S of. Rd N4 6Y I.Own Add .22 IS 510 Cola Whitman .9.1 Hepn Han
Nefrof Nt of SWl 1 IN 411 10 Jos Sopkins a he1.21 NWi st o eNW H
t 11 to r wih 41 1/ W .11 Nall ct o of aNWnaog
Lot d 9 a 'So. Pea 1~ Or-E 3 n n w . of NW%. .24 1S 511 30 C. I,. Leggeftt.1.92
Id Cor0, of, SU f. 1.45 In NW Cor of 11 of
Lots Oci C N E 1 10. Ho1ne 12. 'So8 5W/ OE YY 70. 3B 25E 1 Lewis Furgers n.8 Lud Denny got home early from cheese blintzes shed made for
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Z, 181. 2 IN 4E 1 D. Straw. .1 SW, of SW4.7 DB
In isOfNW/4OfBB G7 7 S P % Ms.Amria e~i 19 place a shambles. ease our troubled lives todayIn WfSE of NW'! of EBB 3E.20.Mrs.Delia Oder Mr.Ame.ca.Lews. .19.9
















SEW DE AAA 154 3 IN 4 W 3 Robert NelsonNW W.of. 5 E of N of SW'/a
W3Rd of Nl & 11 Ex / A DE V 550 19 IN 611 19% Sandy Geen.2.40 some men
of SEW S of Rd 5 3N 411 s James E Tayr .s 4. 1 li NW2 Ofmt
N' of NWI of NW'!, DE 1BB 214 10 IN 61 1,P America Lewis 1.57 b about getting precious lit- alive the spirit of good fellow,SWY,, Nil of SW'!, W' of ,a N I'!I of SV l 8 2 1611 10 H,.,. IV. H]. 'Huampton.2.00 tie time off, and finding their ship and mutual respect. Try
of SWof & S. of 1N'3E of 'NW1 .B ih17 o 11 80 J. 1o0.ntr9.9. .24
NW'! of SW LW SI''! of NXV' 20 IN 71 40 S. J. Brown .of. NW home upset.,But not Lud. e trading a helping hand for iceof Rd. 1 IN 4E 40 Win. & I. D. Bailey.76 1.2 1 of 1 of NEtca
S.W!L of SE'!,.1 iN 411 40 .1. TI. & L. V. Phelps. 5 1 ot SW' .20 2N 711 6! 11sf. S. T. Sincla.11 doesn' take life seem aff andtttche
N of W Of NE% NX Of 811 .27 IN 71 40 Mary Lou Collins 1.31 in and helped. 2 Jeff Co
Ex ca A 23 IN 4E 19y W. & J D. Bailey.79 W Of SE'!, NE2.1
5 of S / of SE'! of SE'!. 30 'I N 711 120 Elias C. Ellis .11.64 And when he got the last cur- brgtr
of SW 2 4 IN 411 10 .1. & Mrgia Sheppad. 1.87 Pt Lots 48 & 49 In SE Pt of SW%, EBB 437 Original
of SW% 24 IN 4 E 10 Mst. J. J. Conelr .7 Plan Monticello 12Mildred B98anly In AE Cor W1 of SW. of. .11 of h adr heewshsm















iNW' NW of Lots Ill & 112 Oig- Grs Belv .ray .f col .e .nd 6.0e 9
SE of NR .a3Plan Monticello 1. 3E Folso RC.e C .
5 A D BEB 543 25 1IN 41 16 .HJ. WX. & Mlargin Shepipard. Lo, V5 167 16ryofcl8be n
SW'! of NW', NWLt 5 6,18I ____________________________________NEf of NE . x ticelo Elizabeth B Whit. 6
4 A v Ad. 26 IN 4E 1 5% J. W Connell . 127 Lot 1.6x465 ft 4E N
In NE. Cur of NE'! AAA 91 Originatlo 1 faSre oyih,145 ntdSae rwr onaiu
of N-E'! D13EBBE Plan Monticello 1. At. Alclntosh 1.27
541.26 IN 411 I J. W. & Malrgia Sheippard. 1.11' Wr/ Lot 'I DR 'TI. In E of NXV' of 159 Scoffs Add
SW', DIE AAA 212 26 IN 41 1 Ester Stewart. .81 Mnticell. %,l ack Peck. 2.17
Ea of 4. E Thelma Rainey .3.78 Lot 2 B WW 347
WIE of XV of SW 17 IN 41E 41 J. B. Lacryr.7.Northern Add Mo-W Begin 157.7 ft N of ticello8 _E 4r.io . C. layton 1.6
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ft, 777.3 ft. Suth- Add Monticello A .amar Davi 1. P E 4W 1
easterly 1742 ft Lt 75x5 ft in SE along Road to C r.Lo 4n D. LL
line of SE'! of 101 N UTLEY' Add
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Ncd Co P Monticello. 1F. At Ma 14 247U
o~f beg inning 11 IN 411 40I Sheldon Whitehouse.71.5 Loat 31OX225 ft Ini Sl NE/ of Se, NW'o Lot 6 rE TT 514
of 5EV1 I.3 IN 411 80 S. IV. Colson .6.72 &581 Northern Add
NW'!, of NWI/. Nil Moniticello. R. Fagli. . 4.1 SC iknSaa a8of N of SW Pt Elk 8 DBofA
of NW.14 IN 4E 150 D. A. G .esham.5.22 183 irlks Add.
Co. Pt~ 411 84 8o Pikrd .l Loticel 12 'ITGooe .72 Hamburgers Cheescbergers
N Pt Ce 8 tiel Joh.oe,.8 2 4 1- ik rd:.7.23 o i ll 2 BT
N Pt Lot 19 2 S' P 431 Wiricks Add. Sd re fPtt aa
& 0 Co 8 1N 4E 4 Waer Helbae 1.2 MidF oeder5r.1.4
SLts 2 & 5 & -5
& 0 Co .of S IN 4E 10 Alvin C. green 2.17 Lot 6 Elk A W
Lot 598 SP &'o'Co 8 2N 481 5 Peter Joker 1.11 icks Add. Mlonti- Hi-Way 90-1 Mile East of Monticello
Lot 190 S P & 0 CO 8 2 N 411 5 T. Henry Gtreen .15 cello. .I.use iteflchert.4.59 N1 of NW'1, of Lots 1. 3, 4 & N 2-5
NW'!,. W of NE'! Lot 6 Elk 13 Wir- MRS, AUBREY WILLIAMS, Mgr.
of NW. Ex 3 A 9 IN 4E 47 WOm. Smith .1.91 cks Add. Mon- I
Lot 2 P & 0 Co IN 41 5 Ms. J. S. Curtis. 1.15 ell. Louise Reichert .13 N.4Ei 40 J.T.&L
Lot 20 P & 0 CO. 9. IN 41 1 4 Caabell obbins 1.02 Pt Elk 15 E ZZ 63







FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1945 THE MONTICELLO NEWS FIVE

Keathley Bowden was called to CALL WOMANS CLUB MEETING though homes near it have been desSebring Monday by the illness of his troyed. The surrender of Germany
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mother, Mrs. B. 0. Bowden, whose There will be a called meeting of which has occurred since Mrs. Marcondition is reported as much im- the Womans Club at the clubhouse raine's application for passage was oc l activities proved. Tuesday afternoon, May 22nd, at 4 granted adds to their jubilation.
o'clock. Brief but very important. Jefferson county friends will miss Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Johnston re- -Mrs. Ethel Carter, president. these fine people, but rejoice in theirYo
Turned Tuesday from a visit with good fortune in returning to their
W. R. Hagin was a business visitor Julius Goldberg was a business their son in laW and daughter, MrA ovn home.
in Jacksonville Tuesday. visitor in Jacksonville, Tuesday. and Mrs. Charles S. Lowe in Ever__ _ _green Park, Indiana, and mn W ash- Th o n e s Ca d n C rli T u g G r w rs M e
Van Dollar of Phoenix City, Ala- D iassetafwdy nigoD hr hysettohl ucenmei-a h oes
bama, was a business visitor in Mon- Jacksonville on business this week, weeks with Mr. and Mrs. G. diGiro- I
ticello._ lamo. of Mrs. J1. R. Hughes, Jr., El Destino (continued from page 1)
ticello. Plantation, at 1 o'clock on Monday.

L. G. Morris and W. M. Scruggs Groom visited relatives here on Thurs- E. F. Ridgeway, C. H. Sauls and All attending are to meet at Mrs were business visitorss in Tallahassee day of last week. W. M. Scruggs left Wednesday for a Mrs. Henry thew Drosdoff, Dr. W. S. McKinney,
Tuesday. attend the state conven- Holmes wi ie a pe e R. D. Dickey, Paul Tietgens, Joseph
LC.Lawrencel of the Lawrence tion of The Amer ican Legion. Mr. i yPat U S ouh byitn amsT egetadR
Mack Freeman spent the week end Furniture Store, made a business trip Scruggs is a member of the State iAmerica." Roll Call is: Pests in my.oranal.o.Ganevile
Mackde Frema spen th weekro endr
in Monticello with his wife and to Jacksonville Wednesday. committee on national defense and ag The following is the program:
daughter. of a committee made up Pruning to Vase Type Improves
Mrs. Josephine Tucker of Chatta- from the Third Congressional (ci- 1 4 Growth and Yield of Tung Trees, by0.
Mrs. Paul Cox, Mrs. C. L. Harrell hoochee spent the week end here with trict, which is trying er and Marshall S.
and Mrs. Raymond Marsh spent her son, Principal W. L. Tucker. other veterans hospital for West e
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Tuesday in Thomasville, Ga. 11_ Florida. To_ Riome inLondUonI IfPlt Only the Very Best Tung
tDr. J D. Yoder of Jacksonville was Trees, by George F. Potter, John R

Mrs. W. R. Adams of Dothan, Ala., a visitor stopping here this week at. is visiting Mrs. D. 0. Adams and her the Dixie Hotel. IS HELD HERE SUNDAY Mrs. Isabella Mariaine and chil- Large and Sauel Merrill, Jr.
edren, lone and Peter, left this week Tng Diseases-1945, by John R daughter, Mrs. Charles Pritchett. M dA family reunion of, for Nw York where they are await- Large.
Mr.__and Mrs. C. 0. Reichert badl as faiytel tte h e of r.and in pasg toEgand. Mrs. Mar- What's In Your Fertilizer? by "'ebe iuigo e
Furnitur Store mad ah business tripan 29 asget l






Dr. L. S. LaMffitte of Jacksonville recent guests Mr. aid Mrs. J. E. Mrs. George Arants, honored Mrs raine and children were among those Matthew Drossdoff. Car soon as the shooting
has been visiting his mother who is Clover of Gainesville. eena Arrants on Mothers Day. who left England in 1941 during the Nitrogen Promptly Increases Tung stops."
il ther sohoricialW L. Tucker




Mll atd her. hm inilr L d a Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. severe German bombings. Yields, by Benjamin G. Sitton ,and
Dunne s plants and Mr. and Mrs IMrs. Marraine had worked for a Arnaud J. Loustalot. Mrs. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ n Mrs.a Chale S.n Low inaas Ever-ette omr' aheD













Pat Riley of Lake City, Teen Arrants, time in the United States prior to her Effect of Nitrogen Fertilizers on see spent the week end here with her Miller, of Attapulgus, Ga. IMrs. Eunice Arrants, Mrs. Sammie marriage, and she and her husband Occurrence of Copper Deficiency
parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Hamrick. I Arrants, of Jacksonville, Mr. and decided it would be best for her to Symptoms, by Seymour G. Gilbert.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Philips have as Mr. oTung Orcharding in the Post-War
Mrs. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~E FuetClisadsn uh hi us h atrsmteMs r RidglesWaye C. Hauls, andoebakt i onryutli












rland Mrs. Duff Smith and Mr. and was deemed safe to reside in their Period,,by George F. Potter and H. revtio of Thewin America Legion.Mr.











spent Sunday in Thomasville with her GreoiadiM5.Mrs. George Arranlts of Monticello. home in London. The period of time, L. Crane. mother-in-law, Mrs. Collins. inranplatigRducsbll
Miss Sarah Suder of Jacksonville which they estimated at 6 months, Care
MAC SHELDON HAS PARTY stretched into 4 years. Mor-tality and Improves Growth in X
Miss~Th Fouder Cardene Circl wil Tung- Grower MeetsDy ee ih e

















Mis arLcllCokofJcksdON SECOND BIRTHDAY The Marraines lived first in Wash- Tong Trees, by Samuel Merrill Jr., ofens Mrs. J.d R.s Hughes, Jr.ElDesin
















sonvle spent the week end here with paington, but when it became evident Ernest Angelo, and S. R. Greer her~~~Al attending are toaeeda Mrs. mCo.1 pce
















her prent, Mr.andMrs.Jim ook.Mrs. Craig Sheldon entertained that their stay in the country would Toxic Principle of Aleite pce
MWalae' atd 12:15 Mrs.s Henryhav
















with a birthday party for her son, be prolonged, they came South. Mrs. by M. W. Emme. ,et"Plant Contributedlto Us byid South
MrsAmria. Rolln Cal is:ol Pest intrn myb















Mrs RoinaH.Carollha reurn rtured o Mntcelo t rsid aferCraio Turner Sheldon, Jr., (Mac), Marraine decided to return to public ILegumes in Tong Production b
makiarde andi howe I controlse them















ed to her home in Monticello after mrSaturday afternoon onG the occasion health work, for which she had beenG. G Blackmon.
spending several months in Lakeland some time. Iof his second anniversay trained. She has served efficiently Studies on the Storage of Tong "Bthaauoeprsadi
and. Winter Haven. Therick little gg payed games and connection with the Jefferson Fruit ad Drsd, by Robert S. McKinenjoyed the afternoon on the lawn. county Health Department, and re. ne and Ruby E. Oglesbee. the paper that we may have
Mrs. B. F. Lanier and children, Enterprise, Ala., asq the guest of her Refreshments of ice cream, cake and' signed her position there on the first. IEffect of Type of Solvent Employed to make our old cars last for Sandra and Bruce, of Jacksonville, son and daughter, Lt. and Mrs. 0. R. The hoe-coming of this EnglishE t n
spent te week nd withher moter Hamrck, Jr.The young guests were Dionne family will be a very happy one. Not Oil,, by Robert S. McKinney and 2or3yas ftrvcry
Mrs. J. G. Walker. Wigginton, Elizabeth Baxter, Ed Car- onl1Y will they be reunited after a Ruby E. Oglesbee. That's bad news for me!"
________TheTheomanyiriendstofeMrs.gSusi


















M Ma he manfrelds of w th se iney, Gordon Lewis, Douglas Haen, trying four years, but none of the Drying of Dehulled Tng Fruit and
Joe Satterwhite and Annette Fre-family has been injured, and their Meal, by R. S McKinney, F. C. Pack baby daughter of Tallahassee spentrecovering from an illness of rore man. Thome in London remains intact, ted Ruby EB Olesbee.
Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. P. E. than a month,
Bellinger and Mrs. W. C. Simmons. er
daughter Mrses Charle Pritchett.
Dr.~~I L.lti S. Laftt"fJakonil
















Mr. and Mrs. Preston Gramling ws the recent guest of her sister 0
Mrs. Th ma P.au e Dannaton ofr ol Ta.11ahas- I S. n
and dughtrs, ettyRoseand ary r. J. M. Yodr andMr arrsonille r Carlwasw fte Nv




















Frances of El Destino Plantation ho spent Sunday here visivtg his aste 6 Thanks to Old Friendsspent the week end with the latter's Mrs. Benjamin Buzbee.t
parents, Mr. ad Mrs. H. E. Fraser. Mrs. Tharin Cooper and little son,
Albert Tharin, Jr., of Fayetteville, Mrs. Wn c l a w s a l s
Mrs. and. Mrs.lla G. W. Milerhava


















Mrs, M. Morria and children hiN. C., are visiting Major Cooper's ller Sunday at the home of r. Barbara Ann and Mac, spent themother, Mrs. J. C. W. Frishuth and week end in Jacksonville with the Mr. Frishmuth, in their home, CasaI HL HC S
latter's another, Mrs. Lena Long, who Bianca. Corp. Bernard Holifieldl, ef Dle
Ap rcae famil reunion ofd thel Arrnt






















returned with them for a visit. Mabry Field, was the guest of M A yMy Gulf man had some
Mrs. S. D. Clarke, who is spendinM.
Rearant on othiner Suday.
m~~~~~ost ~ ~ ~ Ths atenin were Mr.e andin Mrsleil."algo nesthu .Heai





















Mrs. Maggie Collins has returned Ma deserve ad confidence l- doing J
from a visit of several days with Mr. Iture in Tallahassee with Senator Beja i Bo b e ha*e n etn s e a d le a s as he ues herd l ittl el grand-o ssi l a pr o m p tly this weeknTud G ulflexbnw ill
and Mrs. George Munson in Tallahas-Clarkeisathomeherethisweek snap beans in the market by the poN to serve you e
struck load. B ans have toeen plenti- eM rs Mar-mica help In Y u Fe
in Lamont. daughter, Bailey Alexander, of Thom- ful and of the best quality, hut are and ecPlease continue to call for a long time-more than
whlftEnladvn94dnot bringing a good rgrice.e until I Ic sa new one.
L C. Boham spent a few days Gn for a share of your automotive
Duni Arrnt and Mr. and Mr. Mrs.e Marain had worke for ars Arnau J. Loustalot.

























here last week with his wife, the dren have retuAned from spending athe UnitedMStates priorhtoherdEffect or s
Millertof daughter, of Tallahassee, u
former Evelyn Hamrick, who is re- few days in Atlanta with Mrs. Dukes' w ereds and her husbn pro e ofn Coer
siding with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. paArnts, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Bolen. best for her tS osy muG ie
0.Mr. Huberck ClnadouhHer brother, Sergeant Carlyle Bolen, eautiful f f mine and as d
shad just arrived hoMie o furlough Mrs. G o e A rs of on t om iane
Mrs. John Pasco of Raleigh, N. C., after 40 months' service in the Pad- are being harvested now. RecentRe is visiting Miss Olive Ulmer in her Sfi war zone. hailstorms injured a good deal of it r NOTICE:-Owner of r bearing g License i
home on East Washington street. a
S No. 46D-64 will obtain c complete wash
While here Mrs. Pasco is attenng Miss Mary Ann Clarke, Miss Betti- aLive Stock Auction Sale and gease job frs c by bringml
to business interests in Thomasville. lee Bird and Miss Emomaa Pate were an d retur ob Legume in T r in ,b
edrto Je ho Tuis Monivello Frayer ingutr hofm nd hsse fRih Sur n on Y or theocsiing this ad to us on Thursday afternoon
rsp severaTllmns arrined L dake ard Simponf s in Tallahassee. They
and~~~~~~~ ~~~ Winte Hae.Cat Telttege t led gaetnoncneto ih teJfeso ri n ed yRbr .M n























from Jacksonville and is visiting her.attended the supper given Sunday ejyChaftt toun aermetad r g ne and Ruby EOgsee.
mother, Mrs. E. J. Sanders. Mrs. evening by Senator and Mrs. S. D MONTICELLO STOCK YARD sge Lieps therselnte first.lEffect of e
Tullis recently enlisted in the Waves Clarke andnd Mrs. O.dR pe in candy were e Cash Register Receipts on Saturday Nights.
and will remain here with her mother Simpson for the Jefferson county highest market prices. Sale "He's an expert, too. Slls the
while awaiting orders to report forW students at the Florida State College starts 2 be. m. Monticello Stbck y O
for Women. f o S Yards J. N. HawkiDo gr Ha finest lubrication there is. So
Mr.ant s.fWliaoelige ndWitloaegldtokowtatse sJoiatewhtadAnetA Feliailgasbenijue,;nWter.elb"R, cine, .C.Pc





















duty. dI'm going his way-and we'll

ride right up to that new car"


0 *GULFPRIDE

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An oil that's TOUGH in
capital letters .protects
against carbon and sludge'


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FOR YOUR CHASSIS
France oKnocks out friction at up to 39 vital chassis points

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"'- P/!! ::!! News, Monticello, Fla., Friday, May 18, 1945



TheCDiMPROVED Cut-Out Scallops
TheUNIFORM INTERNATIONAL Now in Fashion!

8OME TOWN REPORTER window cornices
In re he housekeepers friend.

B HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST D. D.
OfThe Mood Bbensiue of Chicago. sketchasohwsaetfscWALTER A.S DRleased y estern ewsaper Union. lop-trimmed shelves on top of simNU Sas Correspondent Ma

Controversy on Tariffs
Lesson subjects and Scripture texts e- 9
WNU Washington Bureau elected and copyrighted by Internatonal
621 Union Trust Building permision.
ITTER controversy over the age- r WEH DFATO TE5 .;LmE.
old tariff question now before T DE1aAm O TttSN
a congress should be carefully ;7:
gratched by every farmer, every Your F
business man, ev- LESSON TEXT-Jeremiah 18:1-10,15a 17a O
ery Idustialis and~ ~*~. ./ JKY~ ~GOLDEN TEXT-Come, and let us re- BAt~S
ery industrialist and
every; woke intet4 urn unto the Lord.-Hosea 6:1.
every worker in the oi
national . for no 'A '- History repeats itself. Men never
matter from what / seem to learn from the experiences
standpoint the ques-. Q~h
tion is viewed, the IED FA SRE I
4 I K or national. Judahi, the southern FAS RELOBIEFA EEEDoutcome is of vital 46 part of the divided kingdom, saw the hag room here, but they might
concern to evr
ever W onwr path oIsalndisu also beue ntekthnor din- Fro Too Frequent Urination,
one. went captivity. The same process hag room.
This on in Judah, although hindered
that of extending now and then by good kings who ops-providing you d t station of the bladder
Walter Shead the Reciprocal brought about a partial return to have a guide for shaping them .n .i.fe
Trade Agreements Godn caused by excess acidity in the urine
a for a period of three years and Sn
goin Ultimately the day came when rials now available are ideal to use for Famo doctor', discovery ats hn to
~ .,, Jerusalem was destroyed by cornices. They are covered with smooth kidneys and helps keep you from getting
Ty to reduce tariffs another 50 per
Qiln--has developed into the hottest pf any color. Regular quarter-inch plywood Are you suffering unnecessary discomprty fght to face the 79th congress. may be used for cupboard trims or if you fart and distress fron backache, burninm
Payth to falcen geeral agree of captJereiah inisee asaGodsonis to stain the material, urine, frequent desire to pass water?
Wit51h Republicans generally agreed gives atli Getting up often at eight? These ympfa oppose the extension of the act, prp h d insJudas de dnn pattes for 0 ias ncurve lemmab caused by bladder irritation
propet urig Jdah' dealing ters fo 10basc sallps ad crve du toexcess acid in the urine. Then try Aeissue narrows down to three pos- b th Gd' d f that may be combined in hundreds of that famous dotor's discovery -DR.
alne results: Toast to Good Health Raw Vegetables' ways to fit any space. Illustrated direc- KILMER'S SWAMP ROOT.
judgment for their sins and urging tions for making window cornices and Famous for may years. Swamp Root is ~The act will be extended as pre, (See Recipes Below) them to submit. His voice was un- other suggestions for using scallops are a carefully blended combination of herbs,
includroots basa aed mother 2atura enngre- ica
Amled to the congress or- heeded and for his faithfulness he nts. There's absolutely nothing harsh
It will be extended in possibly Vitamins for Health cents with name and address direct to: or habit-forming in this scientific preparasoye modified form, or- Lreir are an per- ion. Just good ingredients that quickly
tact on %he kidneys to increase the flow of 21; will be defeated and the tar- Whecn Mother Earth is bountiful In Point-Saving Menu scto. odgvhitesrnth MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS urine and relieve bladder irritation and
IN ate wll evrt o hos po- ierouput teres o godreaonand grace to be true in a very diffi' Bedford Hills New Yorkc its uncomfortable, distressing symaptom.
ii tes will revert to those pro- ter otpt, ther n d rason cult mission. Drawer 10 You'll say its anomelous effect is woniiedEnclose 15 cents for Pattern No. derful
Wdeb were in effect prior to the rich protective foods. Corn au Gratin Our lesson-for today tells how God 207. Send for free, prepaid sample TODAY1
Meiprocal Trade Agreement This is the time to plan mealsmain- Spinach Nests with Poached Eggs in a graphic object lesson taught the Lik thousand name and'addre to
aciha becam eyeciv ind 1934.e dadrsst
act That became effective in 1934. [y of vegetables, first, from neces- Shredded Beets Lima Beans prophet and the people that they NmDepartment F, Kilmer & Co, Inc. Box
to hisreortr, owver siy ecaseHot Biscuits with Honey were in the hands of a sympathetic Addrese 1255, Stamford, Conn. Offer IIted Send
l seems to this reporter, however, All druggists s Swamp R
,it something more is involved in toned foods are *Ambrosia Salad but at the same time a sovereign
Miis fight for and against the Re- high in point val- Raisin Drop Cookies Beverage God.
*Recie gien.I. The Potter and His Work (vv.
Trade act than a viewpoint uc and scarce; 1-4)
am the question of high or low tar- and secondly, beIRa However you feel about tariffs,cas wesolTh mkrofptryokte
f~r. Iowve yo fel bot arils casewe holdfoods as vitamin BI. In addition lump of clay, placed it on his wheel, 'Hungry moswiieither you are in favor of a high try to build up our to the part it plays in normal nu- and with his hand formed it into quitoes and
fsfstective tariff, or whether you fa- health as much triton, it is also essential to growth, the kind of vessel he wanted. If it
VW the reciprocal agreements, the as possible to reap personal and, cell respiration, and good nervous became misshapen or showed a deSo remains that during the past community benefits. health. fect, he could moisten and remold your night a
dirade the principle of reciprocal Vitamin A. Vitamin PP.
dhadie agreements has become anthclyitanhevselsitigmre f
em a ag becof ar No one should lack for this famil- Most of us are more familiar with Suited him. The clay was in his

assign policy.itin tha a t the bti nicotini
he entire Good Neighbor policyFor one whiff of this effecentreGod eihbr pliy aslyobaind n aiy ooscar- your share if you eat lean meats Dr. G. Campbell Morgan fittingly I tive insecticide is "sudden
th relations with South and Cen- rots, greens, liver, butter, apricots, and liver, salmon, wheat germ, suggests that there are three things death to these common housefkrl American countries is based prunes and tomatoes. It is special yeast, tomatoes, greens and but- to be borne in mind here: a prinhs 'Aain the elimination of trade bar-hodpsmtsanfle.
~tii heeliintin f tad br-ly essential for growth and the main- termilk. It's responsible for good, ciple, a purpose, and a person. And as well as to the dangerous, disiers and the reciprocal trade pro- tenancy of normal resistance to in clear healthy skin and the norma as we apply the truth to ourselves as an. And these agreements have, section. functioning of the gastro-intestinal God's children, we spell the Per- quitoes It kills 'em-on thi
fnihe eyes of these South American Vitamin Bi. tract. son of the Potter with a capital "P," spot! Buy Flit today!
ighbors, become the most tangible If the children or adult members Now, how do we go about getting for He is none other than God Himad abiding manifestation of wheth- of the family show signs of losing all these vitamins into our diet? self. :er the United States is indeed, a their appetite, check into these We will have to include foods from The principle is that God is absoa nigh r. sources for vitamin B or thiamin: each of the groups mentioned daily. lately sovereign, that He does as He tra

at is written into the Bretton Woods whole grain cereals, yeast, milk, B and C vitamins because they recognize that principle, "life will be ANDTA
-kitennational monetary agreements cauliflower, chicken, peanuts and cannot be Stored in the body as is a failure. If, however, I have disWar operation of the monetary fund egg yolk. In addition to being nec- vitamin A. covered this principle alone, then my
Is expected to help "remove trade essary to maintain appetite, this vi- The following recipes will give you soul will be filled with terror. 15mrriers in favor of open or re- tamin aids in growth and helps good health a; well as good eating. must also see the purpose." ,aigonoal trade agreements to provide maintain the normal function of the If vegetables are eaten raw, they The purpose is the working out of Ime and open trade among member digestive organs and nervous SYS- are more valuable: His will for each of us. He knows

Written Into Agreements. us, and He has a plan for our lives,
Write ItoAgeeens.Vitamin C. (Serves 4) and is able to make that plan come
The principle of the reciprocal One of our basic nutrition rules 4 medium-sized tomatoes to pass if we permit Him to do so.
Uride agreements is written into definitely states that we should eat 3 ounces cream cheese But, as Dr. Morgan says, "if I
ihe FIod and Agriculture Organiza- at least one citrus fruit a day. We 2 tablespoons green onion, chopped kn tine of the United Nations for the need this fruit for assuring enough 14 cup green peppers, chopped sa yremle and wone nd I
soval of trade barriers, for the vitamin C for well-nourished gums V2 medium-sized cucumber, chopped be filledwith a haunting foreboding." Atiarination of surpluses, to expand and teeth as well as to maintain 3 hard-cooked eggs, chopped M USC IILAR ACHES
international world trade, to expand normal bone structure, the normal / cup salad dressing oints~~an beon thee purpose andba discov- Bris
seraduiction and consumption and to strength of capillary wals and the Peel tomatoes. Cut slices from miaise the standard of living in all prevention of scurvy. You'll find it top and scoop out centers. Sprinkle laritries. proewl lm ihlgt n
~siriris.plentiful in oranges, lemons, grape- with salt; invert to chill. Blend tprosecile fawthaiht a npass ad
The principle of these trade fruit, pineapples, strawberries, to- cream cheese with enough cream to th e il e th e soehardt agreements is written into the mates, raw cabbage and greens, often. Line tomato cups with this and severe w i m the e s Atlantic Charter and into the liver, green pepper and peas. mixture Combine remaining ingre- and tend ereing in l.
ibambarton Oaks agreements of Vitamin D. dients; fill tomato cups. Chill thor- God spoke terei hough tHe
&e United States, acclaimed as Vitamin D has to do exclusively roughly. Serve with additional salad lwo ground structure for inter- with bone and teeth building-sound dressing in lettuce cups. also wants to talk to our hearts.
national peace now under con- bones, strong Jellied Perfection Salad.
slderation at San Francisco. teeth and the pre- (Serves 6) 17a).
Tha same principles are written mention of rick- 1 tablespoon unfavored gelatin The lesson is plain. God had for
Jnds the Pan-American agreement 0 ets. Vitamin D is 1 cup cold water His people a high and glorious purreached at the recent conference in as hard to find as 1 cups hot water pose. He wanted to bless them and
Wmac City. vitamin A is easy. 1 tablespoon lemon juice ulse them for His glory. But they f e h Er adB t e i s
Also tied in with consideration of Its sources are 1 tablespoon vinegar were a sinful and rebellious people,
Mi most vital piece of legislation few: fish liver 1 teaspoon salt beie and tvsof hn hich
mfcally are the Bretton Woods oils (cod, hali- 1 cup diced cucumber God as ti tof was marre
agreements, also before tht con- but), fortified milk and cream, egg 1/2 cup sliced green onions in His han
grass, the extension of authority of yolks and liver. If your doses of 1 cup sliced radishes in H
the Export-Import Bank to finance these foods are small, then get a 1 cup chopped celery G d n a i a o i
Mlkied States Foreign Trade, and re- gtH wa
,lllriitd SatesForegn rade andre-big dose of sunshine-that's vitamin Soften gelatin in cold water. Dis. disregard of their rgt.H a 3peal of the Johnson act prohibiting D, too, solve in hot wa"hen to governments in default Ofsi.Tasi
~aus o gvenmetsin efultofVitamin G. ter. Add lemon because of their ownsi.Tasn
Siefr obligations to the U. S. This vitamin, also called ribofla- juice, vinegar and is stated in verse 15-they had foreb it is obvious that in the con- via, is found in many of the same salt. Chill until gotten God.
4dleation of this reciprocal trade partially set; add _hOe trembles as he applies that
dextension there is involved the very remaining ingre- test of God's requirement for blessatnfil. cooperation which is being Lynn Says: dients. Chill until i g upon a nation to our own land.
,sought at the San Francisco confer- firm. Serve on There is a haunting fear that while
xanai. And to this writer the issue crisp lettuce with there are some who truly worship
Blmmris much bigger, relatively than HnyHns oke odwr
llass~mnc bgge, rlaivey tan when serving and eating, make. mayonnaise. .God, and a larger number who pro-.
timere party question of high or Cabbage Pepper Slaw. fess to worship Him, a great host of
Bow tariffs.
s. no q eti n b teht th rltea re ast h as n poshsbe 4acup (Serves 6) the people of Am erica have forgot- .
Thriere is no question but that the4cusfnlshedd abgetnG .
Place a teaspoon of salt in wa-chpegrnpperDsourmmbr, maIpoal trade agreements now in ter in which eggs are cooked. This V cup fine sreed cabbag te o. nation and Him .
crce between this nation and 28 oth- t teaspoon salt and seek His counsel blessing k,
aIr~mations have aided in developing hlspeetsel rmcak A
:~.~ionshaveaide in evel hlps reve sesrom Vg teaspoon white pepper in its national affairs? Do we in- 7 K
'atiFaf confidence and trust and 2 tablespoons vinegar quire after the ways of righteousworld cooperation on a plane never Serve asparagus as a main dish ness? Are we eager for spiritual
ieretafore attained. The question 2 tablespoons tarragon vinegar revival and increasing grace even %c,
asermost is, would abrogation of hard-cooked eggs, sliced and 1 teaspoon prepared mustard within the church? ._._.___Eheseageements create serious mis- dusted with paprika. V cup salad dressing Judah was to be scattered "as
olivings an the part of these coun- Use only slow ovens (225-250 de- with an east wind"-and who does
falies concerning our future relations agrees) for baking fruit whips. sugar and celery seed. Combine not know that it came to pass. Where lucky we had a tailor with usi"
sA this time when the future peace Young spring rhubarb does not vinegar, mustard and salad dress- are they today? li Sh world is at stake. have to be peeled when baking ing. Add to vegetables and mig But even in the midst of judgment "Keep Your Eye on the Infantry
Trade experts of every political for pies, canning or making thoroughly. the Lord speaks of mercy. TheLord -t Doughb Doe It."
lk agree that an expanding inter- sauces and puddings. *Ambrosa Salad, who will "pluck up, break down and Mob
asiianal trade is the key to many For a delicious pudding topping, (Serves 4 to 6) TnE CHANCES are that you are
fEfcrant postwar problems. If mix two tablespoons of orange 2 bananas, sliced Him, is eager and ready "to build havingdifficulty obtaining"Ever- -,01 oqfys
aore going topoueaudnl arinre going to produce abundantly marmalade into one cup whipped 3/4 cup diced orange and to plant" the nation when it eady" flashlight batteries. PrSo- lAt ArTSt1
on farms and factories, for cream. 'A cup seedless grapes turns to Him. tically our entire production is -)beoit of both producers and con- To save time in making fruity 1 cup chopped dates The sure promise of God's future earmarked for the Armed Force
:smers, then there must be a con- desserts, add su 3 tablespoons lemon juice blessing upon a repentant Israel and and vital war industries.
increasing~~ga chng ofne godto umis oou e Judah is written large in the mes- After the war "Eveready" bat,atiatly increasing change of goods1/cumoscoougae ri wlbepntflgi.Ad
und Services among nations. fruit or berries (strawberries,Ther sages of all the prophets. teriesewil be lenflaga.An
s~b n enig h at Th e raspberries, rhubarb, etc.) and Combine fruits; sprinkle with The same God, eternally sovereign they will be even better deIfas e no denying the fact place in a shallow baking dish, lemon juice; chill. Add creamy in His purpose, is our heavenly Fa- signed to give longer life, im
Sdo constitute trade barriers In place of pie crust or biscuit mayonnaise dressing which has been other. The man or woman whose es- proved service.
own if erected for the avowed pur- topping use a crumbling of four, blended with sour cream. Serve on sel of life has been marred by sin oseol "protecting American agri- sugar, a little butter and cin- crisp lettuce and garnish with coco- and failure need only yield anew to no registered Cat-m Company Inc.
lture and American workers namon. nut. the Potter's blessed hand.
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EIGHT THE MONTICELLO -NEWS FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1945

Serve Clcombat operations, has depended the J portation centers throughout Europe.


TS ervice C olu m n w Jar an saey o ev r o b t o o k tl u ci g s es n F a c ,
mu r rfl I ftcrew and the successful completion and on tactical targets and troop
(Contmued from page 1) of every bombing attack. They de- concentrations in coordination with
targets from Oslo, Norway to the serve great credit." allied ground operations from the
rPloesti oil fields in Rumania, bomb- The 445th Bombardment Group has first landings in Normandy on D-Day T H E J E F F E R -S ON ing the latter from an African base in been cited by Major General William through the Ardennes campaign and
the historic low-level mission of 1 E. Kepner, commanding general 2nd the Rhine crossings. August 1943. air division, for "Distinguished and Set. Willis is the son of Mr. and
SMaCongratulations to a woerfulMash, son of Mrs. A. M. Mash, outstanding performance of duty inMrs. C. C. Willis, Route 2, MonticelSchool Band Wins teacher. Monticello, Florida, is an alumnus of combat" during a career that has in- Io. He entered the amy in 1942 and
________CiefAv tuhSw e acher, -- the Monticello HihSchool. cluded high-altitude bombing attacks has served in England since Novem. . Editor-in-Chief-Ava Ruth Sawyer theMoticllHghchol
Is ivsin a k ssstntEitr --BeelyPateso V_ on key industries, airfields and trans- ber 1943.
1St. Division Rank Assistant Editor-Beverly Patterson Latin Students Receive
Society Editors-Nell Whittle, Mary IMr. and Mrs. J. R. Murdock have
In Competition Ann Clarke Honorable Mention received a letter from their son, J.
Class and Club Editor---Violet High- JR. Murdock, Jr., stating that he has
Tn Cometitoi Son lass andClb ditower In March the Latin II Class of been promoted from ensign to
The Monticello High School band Typists-Bettilee Bird, Virginia Mc- Monticello High School entered the Lieutenant (j.g.). Lt. Murdock is a received First Division rating in con- Intosh. 14th Annual Nationwide Competitive navy flier and has been in service in
cert, and in sight-reading in the an- CExamination for Latin Students the Pacific zone since last fall.
nulcnetadiseto hsya.Circulation Mgrs.--Robert LintontePcfcznesnels al
nual concert and inspection this eve- Betty Stokely sponsored by the A.P.S.L. The re- VThe concert was given Friday eve- Gossip Editor-Emmala Pate, Willie turns of this examination have just An Eighth Air Force Liberator
ning in the school auditorium at Gsbeen received and hereby are beinEStation, ngland.-Staff Sergeant
which time the band was judged by L made public. The medium-average Norwood C. Willis, a maintenance
H. C. Mason, president of the North- Love-Eor-etleeord for the class in which our Latin II crew chief at this B-24 Liberator
west Florida Bandmasters Associa- Joke Editor-leanor Folsom. I students fall was 39. Monticello High heavy bomber base, is among the
tion. Blair.School may be proud to acknowledge men honored at a special review comDuring the evening Miss Mildred E that seven of the eleven pupils who memorating the service of those who,
Dickert, director of the band, intro- Sptook the examination made above the through faithful performance of their duced Mr. Mason and asked that he Taverage, their grades ranging from duties, have supported the combat
explain the method of inspection and 43-90. The four grades which fell fliers of the 445th bombardment
rating to the audience. Mr. Mason, This week our attention diverts to below the average ranged from 27-36. group in the course of 280 bombing'
who is band director at Quincy, ex- [that special teacher short in stature, Special credit and recognition missions during the past 17 months plained the inspection system which black haired, blue-eyed and who has should be given to Ouida McClellan in England. .
was adopted to take the place of the an extremely nice personality. All who made a score of 90. By so doing According to Col. William W. Jones pre-war music festival when the band of these characteristics have greatly she receives national honorable men- station commander, "No one realizes members journeyed to one central endeared her to us, and it is with tion. better than those who fly in combat
location and presented their numbers regret that great a number of us are Over ten thousand students took the essential role played by the men for inspection and judging. Due to leaving the happy atmosphere sur- this examination. Participants in- who back them up by work on the
travel difficulties, he said, a plan rounding her. eluded beginners in Latin through ground. Upon the performance of
was adopted of selecting judges in She is altogether a likeable, agree- college students all over the United these soldiers, whose tasks are often
various sections of the state, to judge able person and therefore it is small States, Canada, and Alaska. tedious and seemingly remote from
nearby bands at the time of their wonder that everyone likes her. I ,_annual concert. On thing in fact, one outstanding
The band concert Friday evening thing, can be said, the junior class was well attended and the numbers surely should love her and admire well received by the audience. The her greatly, because she has made l
program presented was a varied one an excellent sponsor-one of the best. I g nl.iooI Boys & G girls
and showed the versatility of the Here are other sides to her person- H
young musicians. ality. E a neigh- TO MEET THE NEEDS of our
During the evening the band play- Besides being a successful teacher, fter bor needs help, all the folks country, used fats are despered one number under the direction of she is also a successful wife and pitch in and give him a hand. ately wanted. Scrape pans. Skim
Miss Barbara Hunter, director of the mother; and not many of us ever Greensboro School band, achieve such a high goal as this.
After the concert the musicians re- She's a teacher to be envied because mailed for their sight-reading in- of her many fine points, and certainly an old-fashioned husking bee. a week melt them down. Yoar
spection before Mr. Mason. They an ideal and example for all of us Right now, your country is butcher will give you 2 red
played two numbers, The Joy Riders, to go Going To Be pointsand up to 4 centsfor every
march, and the Blue Bell, overture. She has worked with a class whichto
Following the intermission, Miss was as uncooperative as the present What Are You
Dickert was presented with a gift senior class, and from this, the fin- Going To Do? hl lcl alaou Countent
from the members of the band in ap- ished product has been extracted-a Meet a critical fat shortage.
preciation of her efforts with them class, in fact, the only cooperative Have You
this year. class in senior-high.
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