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The Monticello news

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The Monticello news
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Monticello news (Monticello, Fla.)
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v.60 no.46 June 1, 1945

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MOTCLOMONTICEO NICLO NWSrHE,. BED CLAY HILL
The Great Middle SECTION OF
Gateway to o THE MONTICELLO NEWS FORIDA



PHE NATIVE HOME OF THE PAPER SHELL PECAN JEFFERSON COUNTY FLORIDA'S IDEAL FARMING AND DAIRYING SECTION

VOL. 60. No. 44. -MONTICELLO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 FIVE CENTS A COPY


Weekly Parties Are Stuart Simpson Attends Episcopal Camp Is Kiwanis Challenges Tri-Y Club Is Sponsor Graduation Tonight

ScheduledSeed Meeting in Chicago Open to Local Youth Legion and Womans Of Graduation Dance Begins Vacation For
Stuart Simpson, of Simpson Nur- Th Club in Bond Sale At Club House Tonight A
F or Two Age Groups, seyCmay tTedyngtfre Tee Episcopal Summer camup, op-__I
,seryTh Tri-Yy Club Tuilla sponso afad I AllSc oolPu il
Chicago where he is attending an exo- rated by the Diocese of Florida is i The Tri-Y Club will Sponsor a gradWith plans for a series of weekly cutive committee meeting of the open to youths of Monticello and any The Kiwanis Club lunched at the nation dance at the Womans Club The school term of 1944-45 in JefFriday night parties for local young American Seed Trade Association. who are interested may contact Rev. school cafeteria on Wednesday where tonight, honoring the graduates of ferson county will come to a close folks completed, the Parent Teacher The executive committee of the Larry Baxter concerning attendance. Mrs. Jim Cook served another of her the local high school. The dance will tonight with the graduation of 29
Association moves into the summer Southern Seed Trade Association will IThose attending need not be members sumptious meals., begin immediately following gradua- students from the Monticello High
with a schedule including both 'Teen also meet early next week in Chicago of the Episcopal church. Club guests were Dr. C. L. Drew, tion exercises and will last until mid- School. Exercises held in the school
agers, 13 through high school, and and Mr. Simpson, who is secretary of The period from June 11th to June W. E. Stokes, Gainesville Kiwanian night. The dance will be formal. auditorium and Judge H. L. Sebring juniors, ages 8-12 the latter committee, will remain and 23rd is set aside for young people, and head of the agronomy depart- Admission is fifty cents a couple, of the Florida Supreme court will
The party tonight at the clubhouse attend that meeting. He will return both boys and girls ages 14 to 18. ment at the experiment station, G. H. and fifty cents stag. deliver the baccalaureate address. is a special graduation dance, but be- to Monticello next Thursday: The junior camps will be operated Blackmon another Kiwanian and ex- Those in charge of the affair prom- The baccalaureate service was held
ginning next week, every Friday ____ separately for boys and girls. The periment station official from Gaines- ise it "will outshine the May Day in the auditorium Sunday evening
night is reserved for the PTA spon- junior boys' camp, for boys ages 10 ville and H. H. Hinote of the Florida dance." The May Day party was one with the Rev. David A. Simmons of
scored parties. On June 8th, the party Bob Sikes Is Sent to 14, is from June 25 to July 7. Veneer and Lumber company now of the prettiest and most successful the Calvary Baptist Church delivering
is for the juniors, and afterward the The junior girls, 10 to 14, may attend building a mill at Monticello. ever given in Monticello, so the plans the sermon. Rev. H. 0. Hughes of
dates alternate between the two To Europe Again hom tly 9 to cmly l. Preparations for the 7th bond sale for the graduation dance must be the First Baptist Church assisted.
groups. The-tw-a were completed anid the names of e Aucilla High School
At each party two PTA members each camper $20. Reverend Baxter w ere cee antenaes of _____ Hihcholhedt
l be hand to chaperone and be Congressman Bob Sikes of the will be at the camp, which is located Allewen cdThe Aucilla High School held its
vl ch on ofn te terinent lan- bThird Congressional District has been on St. Johns River, for the entire The Kiwanis Club has challenged All Local Boys in graduation exercises last night with
incag fteetranetpa-I a olthe Ameiican Legion and the Wo- sY ~six members of the graduating class
ned. Mrs. Clyde Sauls is chairman :named vice-chairman of a ommitte camping period. Any parents inter- the America Lond he Woe ber f the grduatinl
of the planning committee and will of the house of representatives which ested in the camp may obtain details rnans Club to a bond sale drive, be- German Camps Are receiving their diplomas from County fris to leave in the nexa ginning at noon May 30th and ending Superintendent W. J. Bullock.

turn arrtvese.in charge whenthei three weeks trip in Europe. at noon, June 30th. Kiwanians are r Liberated Kathryn Wilder, salutatorian of
The committee will study utiliza- taking on both clubs and expect to the class, welcomed the audience to
There have been regulations adopt tion or disposal of U. S. army instal- FourI-H Club Girls sell more bonds than the Legionnaires cn he ratio ris. iss Wled oednin the partie the nations and facilities overseas, oh- and Womans Club members together. All Jefferson county men who were her's scholastic rating during her four
are posted in the clubhouse for the serve the operation of the war de- W ill Short Team captains for the Kiwanians are prisoners of war of the Germans have years in high school was second high
youngsters to read and observe and partment's redeployment plan, and Judge T. B. Bird and R. J. Taylor. been reported safe and in the hands in the class. Miss Inez Bishop, whose
are reprinted here, so parents may iqir concerning plans and opera- O YeNxt* We kPoesrWI.Blok rsdn of the United States Army. This rating was first in the class, was
unertd the. s paet Cours tuexr rofessor W. J. Bullock, president
ar ocrigpasadoeaC u s e tWeek Week Mrs. R. H. Hancock of Aucilla, 'chosen valedictorian and delivered
itions for 'the disposition of surplus, of the club spoke interestingly about
These 4 rules apply to both groups: a military property in connection with changes and events likely to be re-1 Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Harrell of Monti- the address of her class.
1. No one, except those in charge the activities of the recently orgaiiz- Tel 4-H Club girls from Jefferson feared cello ad Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Kinsey Principal J. C. Kersey introduced
will be admitted to the kitchen. ofus p y liquidation Com- unyriwill attendule short e I of Aucilla received the glad news the baccalaureate speaker, Hon. Carl
2. At te clos of th evenig all ed surlus prpert Isaid, anyfromhethehaRedswCrossroandtefrom rthe Greyrotstateresenator sfromr Bay B county.y
chir mustid beat replaced all bottle tak mlcewssion.wr.Evr
chairs must be replaced, all bottle Immediately upon his return to June 4-9. They will be accompanied take place war or no war. Every War Department of the safety of Miss tte se ArmBay c
ti(Cnt d arei kf an nto come to by MrS. Ophelia Wells, county home ,business man he said must readjust their sons, Thomas Hancock, Edwin teacher in the school, presented specthedisrit fr te ummrdemonstration agent, and Mrs. Char- Is far olwn hswra fe Hari'ell and "Dutch" Kinsey. iial music at the exercises.
les McClellan, county 4-H Club le another disturbance as fire, flohad been a O.P.A. Notice I---- Miss Jue eis-reienfh
er. Mrs. McClellan is also state or storm. of the cermans for more
home demonstration councilprisoner of teGrasfrme'class of 1945, gave the farewell of the Anhome demonstration council presi- The ten million young men return- than a year. He has been awarded class to its Alma Mater. Members
SJeffersong from service will know more clas tor Mts Alma Mtr Members
plaint are coming to the attention T Reo en e state short course is being about some things than most of s te nMe b itcap toroak leaf clus- of the class are Juanita Birdwell,
of this countar taking meveaats &! To Reopen oon given this year for the first time we cannot treat them as juveniles. Stuf Sergeant Kinsey has likewise Inez Bishop, Marvin Bishop, Roy lof this county are taking meas & since the summer of 1941, and Jeffer- Manufacturing cannot absorb them, been a prisoner for a long time and ls, June Lewis and Cathryn Wilder.
fat a d uga c up ns fronrten ana er S.Ksutrtomoeth J foso co nt4cmmi si nesaave ma eaeiher cai t ey all go to far in b en axpis neifrsalo g ime an O hemex rcsenoeco me ce en
books before said coupons become person Theatre states that he will son county commissioners have made. neither can they all go to farming, was moved from one German camp week at the Aucilla school included
valid. beoe havoposbeo e evTerin intaiess for he l it possible for ten girls to attend. The but they will have to be taken into to another as his captors sought to the music recital given by pupils of
valid. have everything in readiness for the following girls will represent Jeffer- various enterprises, public services keep their prisoners from being lib- ms N etae gien the
This of course woks a hardship on opening of the theater within two son county: Mary Virginia Fountain, and what not. rated during the last few months of school auditorium on Friday evening,
such persons as a time inevitably weeks. The building, which was par- Jackie Fountain, Frances Jane Sauls, Business must become more social the w in. May 25th Baccalaureate services
comes when they are without coupons tially destroyed by fire, March 11, is Janet Wellner, Colleen Bishop, Betty and civic minded, must adapt itself Recently another Aucilla boy wrote were held in the school auditorium to buy these commodities. being rebuilt and the interior will be Jean McDaniel, Betty McDaniels, to change, must refrain from mon- his family that he had seen both Kie- r heldinted oo paudtru
It is hard for this board to believe entirely new in equipment and fur- Gwendolyn Hatchett, Clyde Andrews opolization. Bib (Continued on page 8)
that such is the case, but if the com- nishings. and Hilda Jean Hamilton. They will things cheaper bu sinesses ca rm sey and Hancock and that they had cheperbutlitlebusnesesbeen released from the Germans.I
plaints keep coming to our attention I. W. Shepherd and son, contract- meet at tle home demonstration of- make a democracy. Mr. Bullock urg- Howeve, the message remained theBenefi I
it can only result in an investigation ors, will complete the interior of the fice in the court house Monday at ted that everyone give all Possible LS owr, th e r i t upper s
ben ae uioiu etweadthe work tej' and go by car to Tallahassee, and ett ei'oegvalpsibes-only word from the boys for nearly being made. auditorium next Week, aid thw~ tn a dg ycrt alh seadsistance and recognition to veterans a month.S u c s f l A ai
War Price & Rationing Board of installing machinery and furnish- will return Saturday, June 9. aid help them get back into civilian Successful Affair
42-46-1 Monticello, Fla. ings will begin. Mr. Stratos was un- At Tallahassee they will be given life. a Mr. and Mrs. Harrell had also heard
able this week to announce the exact courses in all phases of home mak- from their son indirectly. Another 'The chicken piau supper which
Mrs. Mahan Receives date of opening, but states that he ing; cooking, canning, sewing and American soldier, who had been ex- the American Legion and Auxiliary
Mis expecting no delays as everything handicraft. Mrs. Wells will assist Local Youths Have changed because of his wounds, wrote sponsored at the Womans Club SatMessage That Nephew purchased is being shipped from in the instruction at the college. the Harrells that he had been with urday evening was a very successful

Is Killed In Action Tampa, or from Atlanta and can be "Each 4-H Club girl who accepts Free Use of W omans their son in the prison camp in Ger- affair. The sum of $121.31 was raised
.expected to arrive on time. a short course scholarship," said Mrs. many and had left him well and in for the Auxiliary treasury and a
Mrs. Fred A. Mahan received a "The new equipment of the theatre (Continued on page 5) Club During Summer good spirits in January. The last splendid meal was enjoyed by those
message this week that her nephew, will be an improvement on that which -letter the Harrells had received from attending.
Private Henry A. Knecht, of Spring- burned," Mr. Stratos said. "The pub- Te Ye Seting Edwin had been written on NovemberI The clubhouse was decorated in a
field, Illinois, has been killed in lic can expect at least a 50 percent At a called meeting of the Womans 29th. Sgt. Harrell had been awarded patriotic theme. Tables were arrangaction. Dprmimprovement in their picture shows D 'Club held last week, members voted the Air Medal which was presented ed in V formations with red, white
tin the future, since we have been for- l to permit the use of the clubhouse to his mother in ceremonies in Dale and blue paper covers. Flags stood
The 'War toatmn and blueous pape covers Flagse stoodehvebenfr Ga
ly notified Is family that the soldier tunate enough to obtain the very best without charge to properly chaper- Mabry Field. at intervals down the tables and red
ly~oe notifie his family thatl thein soldie tiinat enougs tod obtai 'thevrybes has been missing in action since and newest design in projection ma- Clyde L. Sparkman, 48, of Tampa, oned groups of young people during and white roses and blue hydrangeas
August 28th. His death was later chinery and sound equipment." who was arrested here trying to rob the summer months. Mrs. Ethel Ag
confirmed and the family received The theatre was formerly known the office of Dr. C. L. Drew of nar- Carter, new president of the Wo- g Music was furnished at intervals
the second sad message last week. as The Katherine. cotics, was sentenced to serve 10 mans Club, said that the action was during the evening by Miss Mildred
years in state prison on his plea of pa mTo of r a Cabin atDickert, Miss Lucille McLeod and
tochresofvoltigna-prcgram of recreation for young D tn E ry T e 15JyeCooper, piano, and Clyde

Interesting items of Jef- laws. He was sentenced by Cir- during the summer months. D f E r, trum pet.
Oerson County Boys and cuit Judge Ray Amindon in Tampa, Any group of young people who
on charges brought against him in wish to use the club for parties or "Aunt Lou" Slater, one of Jeffer- Census Deadline I
Girls in Service. Polk county. dances, properly chaperoned, will be son county's oldest negroes burned to .uen
Sparkman was caught here May granted the free use of the club dur- death in her cabin on the Bird PlanMr. and Mrs. Hardy Kinsey of gian Bulge, Wuim's River and the 19th by Dr. Drew who held him a1 ing the summer months, unless the tation at Drifton early Tuesday morn- Extended to June 30
Aucilla have received a telegram Rhine River Battle. He wrote his the point of a pistol while summon- club is being otherwise used. ing. "Aunt Lou's" exact age could I
from the adjutant general stating I folks that he had just enjoyed eating ing ninht policeman L. V. Letchwortn I The Parent-Teacher Association is not be determined but it is known H. L. Shearer ,state census director that their son, Clarence is safe. The some fresh-water trout that he had to take charge of the prisoner. Also 'continuing its program of 'Teen-Age that she was over one hundred years announces that both houses of the telegram, received Monday, read: caught himself. He wasn't sure if in Monticello that night were two parties under the chairmanship of old. legislature have approved a resoluMrs. Mary E. Kinsey, the fishing was legal, but both the other members of the narcotics gang, Rev. and Mrs. Larry Baxter. These The aged negress, who was once a tion extending to June 30th the time
Aucilla, Fla. Sport and fish were greatly enjoyed. Howard Reed Frith, 46, of Tallahas- parties have been very successful slave, had worked for the family of for completing the statewide census.
The chief of staff of the army --v---- see, and a woman companion both during the school term and they will Preston B. Bird for many years. She The census originally was scheduldirects me to inform you your son, Private Oscar R. Kinsey, 38th In- of whom were waiting for Sparkman the dte co m ed yrMa 2 b
Staff Sergeant Kinsey, Clarence E, fantry, 2nd Infantry Division, was and who hurriedly left town when he A movement is being started to or- employed by the family when Mr. the date has been moved forward in
has been returned to military control awarded the Combat Infantry Badge failed to appear. These two were ar- 'ganize a Girl Scout troop in Monti- and Mrs. Preston Bird were married order that the returns may be as and is being returned to the United on April 10th for paiticipation in the rested in Thomasville a few days cello and it is hoped to bring the 24 years ago, and had been their ser- complete and accurate as possible. States within the near future. He campaign in Germany. Pvt. Kinsey later. Two other members of the plans to fruition during the summer. vant since. She was a nurse to the All who have not been enumerated
will be given an opportunity to com'- is an ammunition bearer of his divi- gang have been arrested at other The Gladiolus Circle of the Garden children in their babyhood, and re- in the census are urged to contact
municate with you upon arrival. sion. He is the son of Oscar W Kin- places and the four are slated for Club has adopted as a project the im- mained with the family who cared their local enumerator or W. M.
J. AT ULIO, sey of Aucilla. later trial or questioning. provement of the back yard of the for her after she became too old and Scruggs, county enumerator, in order
The Adjutant General, V- IAltogether 39 establishments in Womans Club as a park for young- feeble to work. !to be included in the census.
-7 been promoted from First Lieutenant Florida have been robbed of drugs sters' recreation. Mrs. Bird had given her supper
First Lieutenant John C. Anderson, been promote dfrom First Lieutenant valued at between $75,000 and $100,- Monday night and she had gone to Auxiliary Leads State
veteran combat pilot recently return- to Captain. Captain Millinor is in 000 by the ring, which officials now VnX. her little Cabin. Early next morning
ed from overseas, has been assigned the Army Transportation Corps and believe has been broken up. Power Plant Survey the Birds were awakened by a labor- In Membership Drive
to Turner Field, Twin-Engine Pilot is stationed at Juneau, Alaska. er who asked if they knew Aunt
School at Albany, Georgia. v Aucilla Boys On Increased Needs Lou's house had burned during the I The local Auxiliary of the AmerSon of Mrs. Pansy M. Anderson, of Marine Private George G. Mays is A1fl 4-H Inight. They found her Charred body ica Legion won first place in the
Monticello, Florida, Lt. Anderson with the 6th Marine Division which Take Short Course Engineers of the Florida Power in the. room near the fireplace. Since state in a membership campaign reflew combat missions in the urop- ohas just itaen Naha o C Okinawa. and Light company are making a she often spoke to Mrs. Bird of hav- cently conducted. The highest perban Theatre arnid wa wounded once George is with a Reconnaisance Com- study of the power situation in Mom'- ing made coffe during the night cent in membership quota in the enbefore returning to the United States. pany with Headquarters Battalion. Two Aucilla 4--H Club boys are ticello with a view to increasing the when she was unable to sleep, it is tire state was the 269% of the local His surn ln V getting a taste of college life this size of the local latladies.
rOle in the softening-up of Fortress- Edward Bailey phoned his parents week as they attend the annual short supposed that she was making cof- Mrs.
Europe an.d the hastening of VESaturday night from Charleston., S. course at the University of Florida. J. W. Keck, superintendent of the ing caught fire. The cabin was dent of the Auxiliary, awarded a
Day. C., where he had just arrived aboard A. D. Demott and Deraunt Bishop generating system, S. T. Layton, de- burned to the ground. prize of defense stamps to the local
Lt. Anderson, who attended Monti- a hospital ship from Europe. Edward are the boys attending the course. signing engineer and W. A. Lawrence group for their efforts
cello High School, wears the Air Med- said he is feeling fine and in good They were accompanied by Countylof the engineering department are al and the Purple Heart. Since re- spirits, and looking forward to that Agent E. N. Stephens. spending a few days in Monticello LADIES EXPRESS THANKS
turning from the European Theatre promised 30 day furlough at home. Under the direction of R. W. Black- making the survey of the capacity of -- SeVenth Grade Picnics
of Operations he has been taking He expects the furlough to be given lock, state boy's club agent, the boys the local plant in relation to the fu- We wish to take this means of special instructor's training at him in about three weeks, and friends are studying poultry, forestry, soils, ture needs of the section it serves, thanking all those who helped make Blytheville, Arkansas, and in Texas. and relatives here are looking, for- field crops, dairying and home gar- John W. Summitt, manager of the our benefit supper on May 26 a sue- section of the seventh grade with a
__ -vw ward eagerly to Welcoming him cess. Net proceeds were $121.31. We picnic and swimming party at HolMr. and Mrs. W. J. Bullock have Edward told his parents ae would noe Tie boys left Monday and will re- consistent with the policy of the wish to especially thank those who'
onsstet wih te plicyof he land Park last Thursday afternoon.
received a letter f om their son, Billy be assigned to Finney General, as turn Saturday. Three Monticello 4-H Florida Power anid Light company to made donation and the musicians The Seventh grade section, with (Sgt. W. W. Bullock) stating that he they had hoped, since the medical Club boys were eligible for the trip, keep all of its plants abreast of de- who so kindly played for us. Miss Louise Beyers as home room is now stationed in Germany. Billy care he needs is best given elsewhere. but due to the fact that the local velopments in the section and to American Legion teacher, enjoyed an afternoon swim
has taken part in four major eigage- There are three hospitals which spec- school was still in session they were maintain potential power sufficient and and picnic supper at Holland Park
ments; the Battle, of Aachen, the Bel- (Continued on page 5) unable to attend, for the needs of every community. American Legion Auxiliary last Monday.




The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., Friday, June 1, 1945


Backing the Attack on Okinawa Island ICLASSIFIED




II INSTRUCTION
W CA ON "Mwnbooklet describes and illustrates varl
V1(WUmc, tus simple and economical plans forcon rol
~ ifterrace outlets, draws and ditches- Also
ne, <.:f.r ax'a&' etails for suveing and buildng te cesc
Ntsof aMoneorer back guaoratee enclosed Send
~~ts aNwYre:chek or money order to JOHN A. Mo.
Washington, D. C. P ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ .A retieofca a drs- ARLAND, Box 152, Greenville, Te.asc
STRAEGY GAINT JAAN ''~~" ~ ~ "~ig a gathering of Cal. Peron's offi- sooks-rneyclopedia of Ameran, Engis
Back in 1937-38, Adm. William M cesciu.Hesotd'The Pluto- awolaand rcdro vdne
Leahy, now chief of staff to the wrtyhoaerspnilefrti ,au rps Amrantankrup.ed reporter,
Whit Houe, evisd astraegyeorgiu reports. We buy old books. Book Whainte House, deised af sutrantoeyf war must not go unpunished! The op,4115 Broadway, Mlacom. Ga. Pht. 187.
agaist apan whch, f pt ino e- ~Yankee and British imperialists who fect, might have prevented Pearl ~.~.aetyn osueeorblvdMISCELLANEOUS
Haror nd venWord Wr I ~ ~ .~~. ~ ~ ,>~'f'~~'Argentina to the wall attempted to Rid--Ifoachl formula guaranteed to elimi.
ToateodLaysrtgyi otesm oGray Thatis sate roaches in 24 hrs. or money refunded.
Toda, te od Lahystrtegyis ~ '" ~ ~'dothesameto ermny.Tha 15Liftlime service. Simple! Safe! Sure! Send
being dusted off, especially on Capi-i h h emnnto ne 5 (ci) rmeula for liminating house
tol Hill, as the best means of finish- -::: Hitler struck back at their enemies. Ind aresswtic(on)oPetCIng the war with Japan. It would . . Nor can we allow the Jewish-Bol- IoDae ,Vr ecFoia
save thousands of American lives, shevik alliance (which emanates
its proponents claim, and would sto 1111 from Moscow) to hem us in. We,
serve as an example of how Wars ZIll I 1- too, must try to 'save the world SA EY U SC P
can be won-or prevented-by naval w~ I. ~ from the Red menace!' "A EY U C A
blockade. At that moment a messenger TO HELP GAIN
The ropsal mad byAd ~''~"*~~ ~~ ~,~ 'y,. placed a slip of paper into the speakmiral Leahy constitute one of red"AgnianvtdoWrl
the most important and unwrit rer'ad HAr et glancied to itoand IC Tc RY
ten chapter3 in the history of Security Conference." OdMTL AS
what happened shortly before Startled, the official cleared his OdMTL AS
the war began. Leahy, then i:'' .throat and resumed: "And so, in RUBBER and PAPER
chief of naval operations and '': conclusion, gentlemen, I say, 'Long _____________one of the best strategists the live Democracy!"
navy has seen in years, saw all The problem of unloading vital supplies for the American invaders who have been fighting their way
too clearly what was coming inland, yard by yard, on the '70-mile-long Okinawa island, has been a big one. Picture at lower left shows an Eat-Your-Own-Words Dep't: Edboth in Europe and Asia. At LST approaching shore with supplies. Center: Supplies are landed. Upper right: Necessities oft life and war, ward R. Stettinius, in a letter to *TLE
thattime 193, Jaan hd jut ro aftr ro, lie th dusy bech o thi farPaciiceile.ircl:mFlet Cmmaner Ceste W.niditsoRe. Jak AnersooofnalifrniaLs E(SIP
begun hi e r full-scale ia in of J s (d ated Janu ary 28, 1945) w rote th atWH T PE R L U J L Y
China, and it was Leahy's ideaeU ."sol o etrit
whic wold howHitlr ad O t o the Ash s o Wa Aries Ne Ma ilanormal diplomatic relations with the
to make an example of NipponO t o h s e f W r Ars s a N w M n l acs military clique which is in
Mussolini then feeling their _oats that the United States .
meant business and would stand ~t A couple of dainty debs tripped lgtnwI
fu-square behind the peace Mn ,into a swank bar. "I never drink in
macory ftewrd the afternoon," said the first, expertRes-ly settling herself on the stool, "but LWRWNO
Therefore, he proposed to RoseGotohv SHADES NEARLY TO
velt a naval blockade of Japa inI'm"~~ '~ simply bet Got hv some- E
cooperation with the British fleet,~~~ h thing to pep me up." TANGLEFOOT
using~'"7 "M ec mciey ftee, too," moaned her friend. FLY ,,aPE WHERE
Lusigte peaceon manner thee "What were you doing?" EARLY MORNING
Loegu ofpactwions gan e the in . "Oh, gahd," was the reply, "I LIGHT WILL
powr pct hic guraneesthejust came from the most awful cock- ATTRACT FIES
sovereignty of China.''ti ary"T T
Leahy argued that by keeping ____WORKS LIKE
the U. S. Navy in the Philippines tteMtooeCf ok i- A CHARM
and the British fleet at Singapore, 'cusnthpr-and-conference news
we could cut off all oil, scrap iron, '&"< ''metodthtFrs"intte
coppr, otto an oter wr m '.*' ,'"'"~""a.''a ~term San Franciscans prefer when
terials from Japan. Without these,~rfrigt ha ra iy
he argued, the Japanese Warm-EI"m m, eake a
chine would be powerless and would '"whaddaya hear from Joe San i h l lal htnv aI
fold up in six months. Leahy fig- Franisc latly? ocld ht soo feala
ured that the United States would had ougad ceyt s
roser it gunbatasid fo th s ntze A San Francisco gazette of th CATCHES THE GERM AS WELL AS THE FLY
rive, bt tat sidefro ths te Icrime ridden Gold Rush period
mainU. flet oul nothav tocarried this item: "Some contend fire a single shot "'that there are reallynolw in,
British Start Blockade. force here but the divinelwadi~'
President Roosevelt agreed. So ""' 0 ~ 'V 7&. A a ", the law onaue while other
did~~~ th Brts.-n-n-h-at u >' are of the opinion that there are THE TANGLEFOOT COMPANY. G .nd R.,id, 4. Mi.c.
mer of 1937, the British actually de-, 20 destroyers to leave British home .~~"'' ''~~that day hurled insults both verbally
waters for Singapore. Just at that and in print. Some wrote satirimoment, however, the axis capi- Manila begins to rebuild. Left, the once-beautiful and modern queen city of the Orient, devastated by the cal verse. They took sides in
tals apparently got wind of what was Japs, starts the task of rebuilding with the help of the U. S. engineers. Upper center: This taxi is not much political quarrels to the point of fist Take for
happening, and Mussolini started his to look at, but it indicates Manila's reconversion. Upper right: A road repair gang is at work on Manila's fights and duels.I unofficial submarine campaign off Taft avenue, erasing some of the scars. Lower right: Bailey bridge. One editor hung a placard overBL
the coast of Spain which detained his desk, reading: "Subscriptionsirethe British fleet at Gibraltar.i- ceived from 9 to 4; challenges from
The Panay Incident. Marooned Airmen Rescued by Helicopter NLew Air Her 11 to 12 only."___ O SI TO
At any rate, the plan to blockade C N T P T O
Japan, following the failure of the In the course of one of his lec- No matter how many medicines
Brussels cofenc int Octobral ture tours, Mark Twain made a you have tried for constipation,
1937 wa drppe. Bt Amirl ~l ~stopover at a small California town, we urge you to try B-L with the
Leahy revived it again a year later, I Before dinner he visited the barber understanding' that B3-L must
when, in December, 1938, the Japs < shop for a shave . .You're a bring you excellent results or
sank the U. S. Gunboat Panay and stranger in town, aren't you?" quer- your money back. Caution: Use
the British Gunboat Ladybird. "i ~ied the barber. .only as directed.
Leah reognied his or hat"Yes," Twain replied "This is my it was, a deliberate attempt by 'firs"oucost go time tocome
the Jap war lords to test out how w-~i "Yucoeagodtm ocm,
much insult the United States would is~ goin to" thlbr ectued "Markht Twin~
take, and to make Britain and the Ma '" ~< ~t sgi~t etuetngt hn
USA lose face with the Chinese. Ac- MEyou'll be going?
N ~"Oh, I guess so.
cordingly he rushed to the state ?sects"Hv yubugtyortikt
you haven't, you'll have to stand,
day after the sinking of the Pa nay Shrubs
he urged Cordell Hull to seize this warned the barber. "
"Doggoe!" cussed Twain. 1% Vegetables
psychological moment to put the I eer saw such confounded luck!
blockade of Japan into effect.
NEvery time that fellow lectures,' I E
The British were also willing to hav tolstand!
cooperate. And, Leahy pointed out, have to stand]" Pade
in another year, war, inevitably .Awscotwaplnhs&
breaking out in Europe, would tie discoee casuiuta o O n.2Kn~k
up the British fleet and they could chcigasneeim way laor-f_____________not ossbly elpus n th Paifi. A~>. ,.management committee investiRussia, he also pointed out, hadT
60 submarines at Vladivostok, ed ~ gates all employes who do not
to help us cut off all scrap iron, all 1, $ '' "reotfrwk.Iitsfun
oilallcoton ad cppe fro ~'~that an individual has been
Japan. Without these, he argued, neelesl absnt thearfollow-b
the Japanese war machine would be Marine pilot, 2nd Lt. William ing payday he receives some aejuebrasdb
paralyzed. .1W. Eldridge Jr. of Dixon, Temn., Jpcrec nhsevlp
Pacing the floor of Hull's office Eleven marooned RCAF airmen who were rescued by a U. S. coast grins as he returns to his Oki- and a note which reads: "The UC M I H S9
wtLeywaHuhWlox-guard helicopter in the first rescue of its kind, set up this SOS sign in nawa airfield after blasting four Jap byexta amoney is a bou os en
ambassador to Germany and one of the snow (upper left), made of green spruce boughs. Lower left: Cave planes in as many minutes, when by the Mikado. Ito is filohto's,
the state department's foremost ap- in the snow in which the airmen lived for two weeks in the Labrador wilds. Jap suicide bombers attacked a U. S, personal regard for your fail- 7ee1 Ifyo sffr rm otfl7h8
peasers. He opposed Leahy at cv- Snow is 10 feet deep. Right: Air view of the actual rescue, ship. ar torprtfrwokte a blu fel ak, niervd o hehtung
ertrnfnllcnvnedcatiu glad to pay you for not mnak- tional "middle-age" period peculiar to
cry~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~oe-r tuntial ovne atos'in h a aeil u o-~~his great medicIne-LydlIs
Cordell Hull that Leahy was to vig- the' war mtrasorol B. Prasn Vegetable Compound to
Go vig-0 a- + i diers need." relieve such symptoms. Plnkhain's
orous, that it was best to appease Army and~ Navy C.ihif in V-ti Broadcast Proudest Mom __Compound rita NATuR. I's one of
Japan. the best known medicines for this
Less than one year later, Hitler 177 a. "q The mother of a bobbysoxer baa purpose. Follow label directions.
'7 ,7"R a rude awakening the other day. ___________________had invaded Poland, the British fleet -R4~'~,t';'~ ~ SelandhrduhtrwsfO W U 14
was desperately needed to defend She a~>' .'~'' 2 ''~'~ .~ {. lonernadchil.r h daughtersnoWU72British home waters, and the fat d j~~"''~t K "" j~ aa ~fin a lne ahtergfo
was in the fire. From that point on ~ ~ ~ & i( .'".~/"a group of youthful sailors, just rethere was no possible way the I a,' -, i, "t i4"''' cntypesditotesrie
Unte Saescol bocad apn "W, % When the teen-ager was leaving
-though many people have never the hose th mother said "Hv
understood why we went to the op- the haode time atther artde, "and
poit etem adinresd ur4 ~ Kl.~a.~y 'i~rK a good irl. attepry er' n For You To Feel Well
shipments of oil and scrap iro to,+ "i j- f~ a ''4h.aveydy dy vr
Japan so that she laid in tremendous41 ''ai. <,'a mte, akupyrmnd"waste matter from the bleed.
reserves before Pearl Harbor. IS, 'c"; owihdugtrqipd O, Wek ee tpigtekdesfle
e' a goo L ~' ~ 41 i~~ a> a. kidneys must constantly remove surJapan Can Be Starved. ""I'l t, p.'KV' eet ugs eie plus fluid, excess arids and ther wste
Bu einngwt Dy h elt ugsseie magazine matter that cannot tay In the blood
But eginin wih VE Dy, he ~ r, Ky~'~7 K clle "Te Lrk"in he 0s.One without injury to health, there wold
posbliyo bokdigJpan for '~ "~" ~ '. better undlerstanding of why the
possiilit ofblckdig a of its famous contributors of non- whole system i. upset when kidneys fail
the first time since 1939 was com to I" sens ves a aoy el.I ofntion properly.
pletely reversed. Since V-E Day, the Bunig.sany.r.fe.en.ria
Briishflet i entire fee o oer ,., a ~ .~' ~""~ was in ''The Lark'' that Burgess' tions sometimes warns, that something
ate in the Pacific. So are Russian i ~ ~ ~ t~''''' ~ < ~ ~ ;.:"'classic, pae,"halodPurple thsCow," on: ov schng.hedachs, dsnghs, rheumatic
submarines.~~ So is the whlemghctures,~~~~a" ''''> and make the aludi- wh not try Dean's Pills? You will
of the U. S. Navy, now no longer ., .< .a~ .- tgooleursbsIng a medicine recommended the
neeed o wtchforsubaries n ,<., ~ ene sare bywaling'rond pon country over. Duean's ti mutate t he funcenc sare b wlkig roud po tion of the kidneys and help them to
the Caribbean or the Atlantic. their heads an dspoiling people' Eits out piouswaste from the
Today it is possible to throw up Amn the high ranking army and navy officials who spoke on the Mrs. Ida Eisenh or 8, mter hair!"bod hycnanntigbrfl
such a naval blockade around the worl idne victory broadcast celebrating V EDywrlftoigtGn fGe DihtD ishwr, Burgess was wise. He ditched the Get as utora.es. t onfdne
main Jap islands, augmented by air George C. Marshall, chief of staff of the U. S. army, Adm. William G. shown as she looke wth pridea magazine while it was still thriving, patrols, that hardly a ton of raw Leahy, chief of staff to the President, and Adm. Ernest J. King, chief of photo of her famous son conqurr explaining "I wanted it toe die young
materials could reach Jap factories. naval operations, of German military mgt. and in its freshness."




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an troops arrived in Adano, with Majoraat Joppolo, the Amgot oficer in charge. wolsuce.armn hd ot eetd.H
Sergeant Borth was in charge of security. The Major was determined to hold the confidence of the people and to re- cans will not stop it. The Amen- Corps to make sure that the Gerplae her bllstlenbyth Nais D- cans may be friendly, but they are mans were not expected to counter- Leasson subjects and Scripture texts seplace their bell stolen by the Nazis. De- b
spite orders issued by General Marvin, not good fighters." attack on the twenty-third. He op Educatn; sed b
barring carts from the city, Joppolo re- Margheita, the formidable wife went so far as to check with Cap- permission. called the order, to permit food and wa- of Craxi, said with a threatening tain Purvis. ter to enter the city. Lord Runcin, high When he was ready, Sergeant
British official on the Amgot, approved
of Joppolo's plans. The Major found out But Mayor Nasta said: "This is LESSON TEXT-Malachl 3:1-3, 16, 17;
that the American generosity was re- not my opinion. This is the opinion jor," he said, "we've got to Put Lauke 1:68, 2, 77, 78; Galatians 4:4, 5. sponsible for a troublesome black mar- of the son of Afronti, the noisy cart- Nasta away." GOLDEN TEXT-I am the way, the truth.
ket. To stop this condition he placed a man. Youlkowtheboy. Youknow The Major said: "What's he and the Iife.-John 14:6. ceiling on all prices. He alobarred
celig n llprce. also bard that he is honest. He says that the done?" Four hundred silent years--such is
troops from the city. Americans are timid in battle. He "He's been planting rumors the period between the Old and the
says that our own troops could even against us. I hate to admit it, but New Testaments. There was no CHAPTER XVII he's done it very systematically and voice from God during those years,
Mercurio Salvatore, the crier, was very skillfully." and spiritual darkness prevaile& I
The Lieutenant said: "Sure he was. reduced to saying: "I do not be- "What kinds of rumors?" largely in the land. But there were
It's easy to see he was. And if ]hve it." "Oh, all kinds. He has quite a those who kept their lamp of faith
General Marvin ever lays eyes on Mayor Nasta said: "It is true: few people thinking that the Ger- in God brightly shining even in the
this Information copy, it'll be just This boy fought in Tunisia. He says mans are going to put on a major darkness. too bad for the Major." that at the place called El Guettar counterattack next week. He even The political history of Israel dur"Yes, sir," said the Technical the Americans did not press their has some of them believing that you ing this time is partially known
Sergeant, to be on the safe side. attack, he says that they behaved haven't been doing right by certain from secular sources. Palestine was Lieutenant Butters said: "Hereendmnad eed-sccsieyune h ul fteW
you file these, I'll take care of the fated. The British can fight, per- Major Joppolo blushed. "That Gentile powers until at the time of Information copy." haps, but not the Americans." isn't true," he said. Jesus' birth they were under Roman
"Yes, sir," the Technical Ser- The formidable Margherita said: "I know," Borth said. "I checked domination.
geant said, taking the copies. It is a dirty lie," but there waS
TheLieteantsad: Tht Mr-no anger in her voice, it was nearly major could make time if he want- described by the words used in II The Lieutenant said: "That Mar- dando ovcin dt.
in trimmed me down once forTimothy 3:5, "having the form of
vintrimedmedow one fr hismanNasa as vey pr- "Cut it out," the Major said, godliness but denying the power
something I didn't do. I never have "That's what they tell me," Borth thereof," referring to the last days.
liked him. I don't know this Major, hie in o e had per They sa
but I think it would be a shame ifsuase n. e ad ersaded sd s y the ir The e ch he s ou Dainty Party Frock
he caught a trimming just for this." shaded the people into fear of him, gr don't smel of fish, bu t des
and now it was easy for him to per- sees it"kow good fish when he 1. Looking for the Lord (Mal. 3: S penny in this dainty party
"Yes, sir," the Technical Sergeant suade them to mistrust the Amerosaid. Then he frowned and added: "Cut the kidding," the Major said, Although they had reached the
"You aren't going to get me i n se
"Yuae' on ogtm n Mayor Nasta, said: "The son of and that echo was in his voice. He state of spiritual pride and self-suf- cij~~ ty buttons on an all-over floral
trouble, are you, sir, like when that Afronti told me that in the interior changed the subject quickly. "When ficiency where they talked back to 1 .20 print make it as pretty a dress as
letter to Colonel Norris from the are you going to arrest Nasta?" God (see the whereinn" of 1:6, 7;
P.R.O. got 'lost'?" I "In the morning, when he comes 2:14, 17, etc.) Israel still talked Simple Two-Piecer
"No, don't worry," the Lieuten- in for his daily worship." Pattern No. 1250 is designed for sizes 2.
said. thetTec lkn fSro theigarnt pohe PEumEr ne simple to 4did and 6 years. Size 3 requires 1%
t yards of 35 or 39-inch fabric; 2 yards
But the Technical Sergeant did keep him in the prisoners of war that He would one day come to judge piecer with a crisp, clean-cut air. machine-made ruffling to trim.
worry for several days, until he got cage for a few days, and not send their enemies, and they longed for Use bright checked or striped'fab- Due to an unusually large demand and
up the courage to ask the Liuten-Africa ill we've questioned that day; but they failed to see that is, trimmed with the boldest of rent war conditions slightly more time
ant: "Sir, what did you ever do glad to have it would be a day of judgment for nc rac. the s poplrgpatter numbers.
about that Information copy I made him put away." them (vv. 2, 3). a S Y
frGeneral Marvin? You didn'tSedyuorrt: for Geea Mavn The netionignaor'at How much like those of our day Pattern No. 1319 is designed for sizes 12,
throw it away, did you? Colonel T w ewt srise to see, who like to talk about the love of 14, 16, 18 and 20. Size 14, short or three.
sids Srgent ort inhisoffceGod, His mercy and His long-suf- quarter sleeves, requires 33'sa yards Of 35 Norris is liable to ask me about it."~sdsSren orhi i fie
"I wish I had thrown it away,"39inch material; 2 yards ri ra for 530 South Wells St. Chicago
"I wsh Ihad hrow it way,'7,two other men wearing brassards embtwomlieo ogt trimming. Enclose 25 cents in coins for each
Lieutenant Butters said. "I didn't that He hates sin and demands holi- pattern desired.
have the guts. I put it in the cou- mae d mori, iser ness of life from His people. Pattern No.Size.
rier pouch for Algiers. You know T wrist, John the ? Name.
how much stuff we've been losing on Sergeant." Baptist, is in mind. in verse 1, but ? ASK ME
that run. I thought maybe-" the "messenger of the covenant" is ?E ?
Th TcnialSrganreiee '~'~Nasta like to repent this morning?" doubtless the "angel of Jehovah," ? N?
The Technical Sergeant, relieved Brhakd n fteOdTsaetnm'
of his worry, smiled and said: "It "Is it not the Mister Sergeant's on of tod Testaen na ?A General Quiz ?
might get lost accidentally on pur- t ? ?
pose?"Christ is coming! Suh is the Sthes and protects baby
p ose?" ahd ut oe u asked, message to Israel, and He will come 1. Was Beau Brumnmel a real or Ii tender lrrtated skim. Relieves
Mayor Nasta had just come outdaershhppeen from his daily repentance before "Perhaps it Is, perhaps it Is. Well, as a refiner's fire. Christ has come! fictitious character?
Sergeant Borth. He walked across let's see. This morning I think May- That is our message to men now, 2. What is the tactile sense?
the way to the broad sidewalk in or Nasta will repent the crime of and He has come as a divider of 3. When Noah sailed in the Ark
front of the Palazzo. Every day not having made good use of his men, a clear and refiner of how many women were aboard?
frn oth Paaz.Eeydyfedm Hewlreetteciehathat we, tomabeready 4, What coat of arms suggested SOHN A0PWE
knots of people gathered on that
sidewalk, some just to pass the time of having talked against the Ameni- for that day of judgment which is the use of stars and stripes in the
of day, some to air their perennial cans.' to come when He appears again in American fag?
complaints, some to get in touch Mayor Nasta turned pale. Both all His glory. 5. What one thing remained In IS GETTING UP NIGHTS
with the town's mean little lawyers,
wihtetws tat ielwlk., stood up. Il. Living for the Lord (Mal. 3:16, Pandora's box?GETN YO D W ?
whose office was"He will repent the crime of ha- 17). 6. What Biblical characters went
Mayor Nasta walked up to one Ing invented false rumors, of hay- When others forgot or misrepre- to heaven without dying?
such knot. There were about ten ing told the gullible people here in seated the Lord, when they were 7. Is the army man of today tall- Thousands say famous doctor's
people, and he found that they were Adano that the Germans were plan- content with a formal worship with- en than the army man of World discovery gives blessed relief from
discussing the war. ning a counterattack for next out the power of godly living, there War I?
week." were a faithful group who "spake 8. When it's 6 p. m. in London, irritation of the bladder caused by
He waited for his chance, and IMayor Nasta turned his head and one to another" about the Lord, what time is it in Chicago? excess acidity in the urine
said: "I got some news from the interior yesterday afternoon." looked at the door. Both motioned How exceedingly precious! W
MecroSlaoetecirws This man Nasta was a very per- to the M.P.'s to step into it, and Notice that the Lord "hearkened The Answers rh unfwneel l from xcssaditymin
Mercuo Salvatoe the crier was the urine? Just try DR. KILMER'S
so far gone in boldness that he said:h
so~~~H farl gone inen boldnes ththsai:aaid athydd people so much as talk W~ one an- 1. Real (George B. Brummel). SWMedPe SWAMP ROO atefatwne thea
"We will as repent hvn said other about Him, and He notes it in from The sens of touch
th ekid n s to rom ot the flow of urine a d
the one who Is no longer Mayor." very badly. They were generous to Mao opl.As ewl eHis book of remembrance. When 3. Four Noah's wife, Shem' all. create by. a aciity. phsiia,
Mayor Nasta remembered the f t Him, He is wife, Japheth' wife an Ham's D. crme is a cflnddcobiMayorwenNastaulremembered h the hve us baalong, theincoastn-vbecausey htheyelheddbveryhesorryen thatoghetiliedmaboutwiftheapson'srememberingms DthosemewhoI-areartruey tos wife.l
remeberng hos whoaretru tnation of 16 herbs, roots, vegetables, baltime when he would have put the to have a bahed sams. Absolutely nothing harsh or habitcrier in jail for a whole year for tenor they have been different. Ne- Him.r Thsty are Hist prciu jees 4. The coat of arms of the Wash- forming in this pure, scientific prepara.
saying something like that, but now gro troops have raped seven Italian How vitally important Christian ington family. ton t kid inres the flowkey
het said tThi newsey cam fromas thefowo he said: "This news came from the girls. There has been much looting." sheet. "Lies I They are lies!" he fellowship is in a dark and troubled 5. Hope. rine and ease the uncomfortable sympson of your friend Afronti, the noisy said. day, Do not miss the joy and tms of bladder irritation.
.Send for free, prepaid sample TODAY! cartman. The boy deserted on the th mrcn otdtebatfl Borth said: "Mayor Nasta is ex- strength which will come into your 7. Yes, soldiers of this war are Like thousands of others you'll be glad
firstdhe of luattc theein citable this morning. And he had life as you join others in God's house that you did. Send me and address to
now here. Perhaps you know him. Adano. T grw so to speak of Him and to think on 8. Noon 12SS, Stamord, Conn. Offer limited. Send
He di much damge ances. Why is he excitable this His name." He may be all we have at ony. All druggists sell Swamp Root.
The Mayor's boy." Mayor Nasta said: "Yes, that is morning?" (that was true in Israel), but He is
Th Myo' pisn a bgi-true, I talked with Quattrocchi yes- Mayor Nasta Was excitable be- always and eternally enough. Shifting Sand Raises Town
ning to take hold. "If that is the
case," said the lazy Fatta, who cause he knew he was caught. 111. Light from the Lord (Luke
was to be found on this stretch of The formidable Marghenita said: "Lies," he shouted. "My enemies 1:68, 72, 77, 78). 1 Fei5 Ya
sidewalk every morning, "if that is What happened?" This was some- have been lying against me." The silence of the 400 years was
the case, what did he say that was thing close to home, and she con- Borth said: "Is this a lie? Is it a broken, and the spiritual darkness The shifting sand in and around
so interesting?" sidered anything that happened in lie that you said yesterday morning, which beclouded the land was Skagen, the chief fishing port of
"HeAdano more or less her personal before fifteen people on the side- pushed back. God, who had in the Denmark, has raised the level of
"Hesaid that mourfindsa thenGer- property, to use as gossip, walk, in front of the Palazzo: 'The past spoken through the prophets, the town about 150 feet in the last
masaemounting 50ayaroayuCllers.Cose
antarea Mayor Nasta said: "The Amer- Americans are such cowards that now spoke through the coming of that,"
"There is nothing new in that," can vandals destroyed four hundred they had to be pushed fromr their His Son (Heb. 1:1-3).- Being the quently, the 2,400 inhabitants have
sai FaherPensovecchio. "They and seventy thousand lira worth of transports into landing barges when Light of the world (John 8:12; 9:5, been obliged to raise their homes have counterattacked before, They stuff in Quatrocchi's house, Heir- they came here'? Is it a lie that you He shone forth with the "brightness and other buildings from time to said Father timetoovepcchminoth surace
counterattacked near Vicinamare looms, paintings, sculpture, glass- said . .' And Sergeant Borth of His glory."
and it did them no good. They ware. They said that Italian art is repeated word for word ten sen- Little wonder that godly Zachani- The only structure to be abanwere thrown back. They will be degenerate; they did all this be- tences that Nasta had said, as in- as, the father of the forerunner doned, because its great weight
o back again." cause they wish to impose American former reported them. Sergeant John, sings, "Blessed be the Lord prevented its removal, is a large
thron ideas of ant on Italy. That is what Boat. had a very good memory, and God of Israel, for he bath visited 5th century stone church which
"No tistim,"sad Myo Ns-Quattrocchi told me the American he enjoyed deflating this man, and and redeemed his people" (v. 68). is now buried so completely that
ta. "This time they will employ Major had told him." he made a very terrifying show of it He of whom all the prophets give the only part visible is the top of *
five fresh divisions. They have the M
crack 29th Panzers and the Pilsener
Division. These are good troops. said: "That I wil not believe. The Then Borth said to the two M.P.'s sacrifices pointed forward, the
This time they will not be thrown Mister Major is our friend." The in English: "Take him away, boys. Saviour and Redeemer, has come to back. They intend to push the crier was annoyed enough to say He's getting noisy." show forth God's mercy and to
icans into the sea." this in very nearly his crying voice. The M.P.'s took Nasta by both give, not only to Israel, but to all
He spoke loudly enough to be heard arms. Borth said: "I'm going to men, "the knowledge of salvation"
The lazy Fatta, who had no sense inside the Palazzo. miss your daily visits, Mayor Nas- and the remission of their sins,
about the news, said: "When willThspcaecnanacobatnofnira rdud
athi athek noes satid: "We will "Quiet," Mayor Nasta said. "He ta. I hope you will come to see The "dayspring" is at hand; a adcmone yNtr lnwt oadib~b
this attack come? I think Iwil will hear you and punish you." me when you get out, I mean i Light has shined forth into the
to the hills." darkness of men's hearts. Jesus the Water day after day, you join millions who have attacked
Mayor Nasta looked very impor- "h hudh uihm9 o e u.
-.th Mayor Nasf saidr stubbornly Christ, the aviour hasz come! tant, as he used to in the old days. Mercurio cried. "I am defending "yo wil b sr" ist Liertyi h Lo (Gal. 4:
"I should not tell youbthi he ad him." The M.P.'s took Nasta away to 4, 5). benefits In faulty elimination, the cause and aggravating
morning of the twenty-third, at four Nasta whispered. "You will see. I Mayor Nasta did not make a very the law became sons of God in Jesus t your drug store today.
o'clock in the morning. You can must be going now," he said, bow- good start in the cage. The Amen- Christ. Redemption sets a person
expect the Americans to be pushed ing to the circle, as if the fact that cans had a forty-year-old, Italian- free from the bondage of the law into the sea between the twenty- it was beginning to grow embar- speaking Top Sergeant in charge of and brings him into the family of
fifth and the twenty-eighth." passed him. "Good day," he said, the guard. The first time Mayor God as His child (Rom. 8:14-17). .
The impressionable ones were be- "do not forget the twenty-third." Nasta saw the Top Sergeant walk- How does one become a child of
ginning to believe him. Laura So- Each day when he came out from ing in the enclosure, he rushed up God? By accepting God's only way
fia, the unmarried one, who stood his repentance before Sergeant to him and said: "This Is a mis- of cleansing from sin (Heb. 9:11about on this sidewalk in the belief Borth, Mayor Nasta would go across take. I should not have been im- 14, 22)-the shed blood of Christ. that she might catch a husband that to the sidewalk in front of the Palaz- poisoned. It was all a mistake." Believing in Him and making conway, said: "The twenty-third, that is zo, and he would approach a differ- "Is that so?" the Top Sergeant session of Him before the world next Wednesday." eat group, and he would tell them said in a slow, Brookiynese Italian. (Rom. 10:9, 10), we are saved and
But Mercurio Salvatore, who had pretty much the same thing. "You are another mistake? We have hive the right to call ourselves the
been treated well by the Americans, Sergeant Borth allowed this to go several mistakes here. All mistakes sons of God (John 1:12, 13). refused to believe that they were on for several days, because Ser- here must clean the latrine. You That blessed liberty in Christ is
leaving. "I do not believe it," he geant Borth was a careful worker, are our newest mistake, so you wil for you who read these lines, if you said. 'The Americans will stop the He waited until he was sure of all have the privilege of cleaning the will but turn to Christ now! Will attack." Even the crier was now his facts. He had his informers trap latrine this week." you do it?.
illihg -to believe that there was Mayor Nasta into new exaggera- (TO BE CONTINUED)








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Thursday for Camp Gordon to enter DESCRIPTION S T R Acres ONoER Taxes & Cost DESCRIPTION S T R Acres OWNER Txs&Ps
THEL MVONTICELLO NEWS of"" ooapGodnfoene
THE tarICLL service SW / of SE .13 IN 4r 40 .1. T. & I_~ I-. Phelp.I5 iactional SXW,/, of
miiay evces/2 or -/ f E~ NEI, 24 2N 5E 16, 1 1 nkn1,1oN II. 2.42
D. H. Perry, Jr., who left some of SW .24 IN 4E 10 1. W. & Sbgia Shppad I.87 E of 5E N DR so Rosebud Bowir. 9.05
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY time hack for Camp Jackson, hasof SWG Io SE C of s of
timebackforCampJackson,_has of SW,/,. 24 IN 4E 10 Est. J. .1. Connell. 1.871 N~e, DR. T,03 .- 2 8 IN ;,E 5 HMs. It. M. Gilbert .33
MONTICELLO ADVERTISER received a discharge on account of I A in NW of .S of SE/j N of
Esalse 89deetv ysgtNW '!,, N i of Mill PondIDB U 340 S0 3N 6E 70e Hrs.Amanda Ward .7.31
Established 1869 defective eyesight.E E of NW,
MONTICELLO CONSTITUTION Mrs. E. W ackym and little daugh- 5 A DR BB 43 23 IN 4E 1 I. & A ria S heppad. 3.05 f N E . .6 3N E 160 Juia S hffield. 17.94
NI of NEI/ Ex In NW'!, of SWiv/,
Established 1873 ter have returned from a visit in 1/2 A. 26 IN 41 A5 1. I. ConneR.12 NW% of 1W!. 17 IS fE 40 Georgia .11
Changed to Orlando. In NE Cor of NE17 B
MsHarScmdadbb ar Of NEIj DB BB31 Add .22 1S E Cola Whitmn. .
MONTICELLO NEWS-1903 Mrs. Harry Schmid and baby are4 W. & MargiaS 1.13 N', f NW of
spending a short while in the city In N, of NW'!, of NW'I/, SI of NW'4
KEATHLEY BOWDEN visiting her father, A. Keusch. SW% UB AAA 212 26 1N 4E 1 Ester Stew. .8%:.of NWV.24 IS E 3 C. L. Leggett.2
.NEl'/ Of SIAi/4 27 IN 4E 40 Est. 'Ihelooa Rainey .78 in NW Col' of B', of
Editor 'W'/ Of IV% Of SWi, 27 IN 4E1 40 J. Ii ].ae. .IT SWS/ DR YY 70O 3 2S 5E 1 Lewis Furerson.6
Begin, 557.7 ft N of W / of SEVS,. .5 2S 5 E, 80 Eat. Grant Anderson 7.50
Entered at Monticello Post Office NE Cor of SE, of ;4 A in NE Co- of
as Mail matter of the Second Class F M1I S o 7. 1t, oIeasterly 1742 ft E1/, o f NE! o 4-f ,SW ,,
Telephone .Road to W E1 A B V S0 1. IN R 19 Sandy Green. 2.40
Tlhoe18BWHAT LUPINE SEED TAKES OUT line of SEll, ofIV/ fW/fA% 92 6E d 1ts V.R a to .20
OFFICE OF PUBLICATIONto Point N% If NW',.17 N 7E s0 B, Roundree 4.28
OFFIC OuFn PUBLCAoN OFtLAeD of beginning- . 31 IN 4E1 40 Sheldon Whitehotise 7.1551 SIof NW 20 2N 7E 40 S. J. rown .7-5
News Building Dogwood Streetof S NV f of NE
(by____Richard_______________ of SE'!,. .3 1-N 43 80 5n IXV. Colson.6.72 of SWI/. .20 IN 7Z1 6% Ea't. S. T. Sinclair .1I.36
(b ihr m~N Pt L,,t 18X7 E3 P NW'!, of SEI%. 27 IN 7E 4e l~,' Lou Collins .3.31
SUBSCRIPTION RATES & 0 Co. 'IN 43 4 Roy Kirkhridge. 1.32 W of SEill, NEV,
Frn ,S igasse Senior pml N Pit Lot 1.91 9 P of SE 'A. .0 '1N 731 120 fl ilas C. ElIs.13.64
One Year----------------$2.00 gist at Gainesville, comes the fol- & 0 Co.8 2N 4E1 4 Walter 1-t1oeihact.1.2 Pt Lots 48 & 49 DE
Six Months 580, 583 P I BB 47 Original
Si oth-------- loigaalsso bu uin ed & 0 Co.8 I N 4E b 3Il Alin CI. Green.,17 Plan Monticello. Mildred Branly. 71.51

OUR LEGISLATORS RETURN grown in North Florida: 5.06% nit- Lot 598 S P & 0 Cu S N 4 L Pter Jeker. 1.15 Lots 111 & 112 Oigs pot Lot 190 S P & 0 co 8 IN 4 F T. Hcn xa C i. n lo M. Folson o.f0.39
_____rogen; .32 Loshrs .5/ ,t 2 S P & 0 Co. IT IN 411 5 Mi. I'. Curtis.1.15 Lot 75x5S ft in .SE
Thisweeendthe194 sesio ofassium. Converting these figures, Lot 22 S P & 0 Co . 9 I N 4E1, 4 M11aart Pec1k. .0 Co L71 ot 31 DB LL thFis a w eekendte 1945meso tof the harvesting of 1000 pounds of seed Lot 13 S P & 0 Co . 9 IN 41 4 A, L ll 1. Swanson.1.02 :302 'Northern Add the Florida legislature comes to aP & 0 Co,. 4 2N 41 4 Gertrutl Veckle.1.02 Monticello . H Dals 2.
close and the senators and represen-per wou remove from the soil N Lot 285 s P & Lot 3x ft In /.
coerpee-the equivalent of 310 pounds of nit- Co. 9 IN 4E 2% Alary McGowan. 1.04 Lot 6 DB TT 514
tatives will return to their home Lot 185 S P &-- &581 Northern Add
raeo'Co 1 onso uprhs )f.9 2N 431 2 CiaWlim.1.041 Moticllo1 .iI. R. Faglie.4.18
counties to take up again their or- phate (20 d 15 d f mur Lot 608 S P & 0 Co . IN 4 E I Alie Watkins .02 Lot in Elk 11 DE TT
dinary businesses and professions. In cE'!, of SE, DR 431 onicl Ad
iate ofpotash (50%). Althouigh the XX 245.15 IN 43 be I I Iollias Larkins 1 .17 431 iick Add. Francis Seymour.1.7
Seldom is it the privilege of any amount of nitrogen removed is very InASW'/1 of SE', DB
-A 16.13 IN 4r1 10 1). Boatmnan.1.17 Wiricks -Add Moncounty to welcome home at the close high, a fair growth of lupine will S Yj of Wi/ of SW, ticeKl1o,1SainrIA. S lloy.Pr.L.t.IS.D.22.19
of a legislative session two such out- more than make up for it, and still of 51. . of LN Pt Lot 18 DB W 92
standing men as Jefferson county has enrich the soil in that element, But of SWP &.13 2N 41 7 Ethel Dais Wicks Add. onthis~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ yer 1 ereihrpopaeobacslg Lt 54 S-P & 0 Co 16 IN 41V, 5 T. AV. Well. .1.15I~ ,fI 1 W9
this year.
In the senate, our veteran senator P
In te snate ou vetransenaorI alone is used as a fertilizer for lupine & 0 Co.16 I N 4E1, 15 Iabella SteI.2.87 .i.ic. Addr A oloy.n- 45
S. Dilworth Clarke, served with the it is evident that a small amount of Lot 97 S P & 0 CO 16 IN 41- c. 11 Ball.1F
h oahi ot 111 S P & 0 Co. 16 IN 43 M' 5 JJ.1 Waxler.I.115 608 RB 1iPag 1512
ability and integrity which has char- removed with each harvest Lot 161 S P & 0 Co. 16 IN 4 I I-o,, T. Green Wi. i Add 1ionacterized his service since 1930 when os10 2 P&W esAdME
when sed Since most land in this L o 180, & I72N 411 10 IT nry T. (I .' 2.17 iello -T----.anie Davis 1.80
he first became senator. Early in los2&3Ek I
he frst ecam sentor.Earl section is already deficient in potash, Lots 18", 184 8 P & Lt il
the session Senator Clarke was nom- i Co. 17 IN 431 To JW SleVns1. .17 Wii'iks Add MonLot 186 hi colePuesas0reCoen17 INisim4rtat1t inludethi hellLL 16rSP &0nC1151 2N4icle5llo L.l PT. Bis A 5 top.,.T.7.51
inated by his colleagues as presidentI Pt Lot 187 S P & I A 41
of the 1947 senate. This is the high-phirkidgc. 1.04 Palm
of he 947sente.Thi isthehig- pne tsef rqtiresver litlepotsh '!zLot131-5 &Add \j'ntiicellOy. Lillian A. Bishop .2.47
est~~~o hono in thi poe o etw
est honor in their power to bestowfo good growth, applying it under 0 Co. 17 IN 4E1 % Geaorgia Snow.J.01i W 1/, Lo 9 DB YY 64
and no spoken words can pay higher e is about the cheapest and In NE1, Df NWA RE 23 2N Glass.&.11

triut tanths.Nesppes ndmost effective way of correcting the P P 37 0.23 I N 41,, 2 Jeff Oliver J.0 Pt Lot 4 11 DE No1
periodicals over the state lauded the deiciency. In WV2 -f NWI'! DE Page 154 H. Porters
PP 187. 23' IN 43 N Ellis James. 1.17 'Add Monticello N, B H. Flipper. 1.75
choice. Thin Cattle Prices Due to Break in NE'!, RE VV 10 24 IN 41[,, 79 Hrs. 11. 3). Faglie.1.05 Lot 11 Th. Plorters AEdd
In the House of Representatives Iot 2 Kidders Sub Monticello .JoknoI. 1.25
Richard Simpson, who made a name I No. 2. 24 IN 4R 5 1 R. Peterson.1.45 Lots 14, 25 TDB D 19
,odfor this year, the price of stocker Lot 5 Kidders Sub Carrolls subdivision C, T. CaIrroll .17
for himself and for his county4E 5 vene Dvis. 1.45 Lots 6, 7, 8 RE WW
ey and feeder cattle will break in about Lots 16, 163., 1, 181 Colas Add
speaker of the 1943 session, has been Itwo weeks and reach bottom in the 177, 179 North Fla -- .7 Moilello. .1hina H. Carroll .17
an outstanding leader Serving his ater part of July. Peca Corth IN 4.17 W Lot 3 WED 303
fourth term (three of them without Tng Harvester Gets Clover Seed Pecan C 33 N 41 5 john Coffmns" Lot 3 WBD 303
opposition in the election) he has Spring Henry.7.82
opposition~~~~~ ~T i th elcin hehs Srnwedketcmieouof Pcanl Co.3 I N 4 E 5 R. J, Flaioer. .1.7 Lolt 2!4AaeyHsteered much of the governor's rev- Most crimson clover Lot 29, North Fla Add Monticelin T. T. Turoull.45
enu rasn the year le the Pecan, Co.33 2N 431 21/. Mrts. h, WI Underwood.1.11 Lots 261,27, 28 Acadenue raising program through thferson county this whi Lot 243 North Fla emy its Add Monhouse, but has taken an independent local demand for seed is very strong P4 IN 41 3 Tillnian & Drayton. 1.17 ticello .V. At, Folsom.87
stad o tat artofit hee hs -L Dep slvd te robem y ut- InN% .34 IN- 41 21'!/ Sallic 1lerring-. .14 11Lt8 BI 142
,stand on that part of it whe of e Pt Lot 4. 36 SN 4V 40 Gohifise Scott. Barwicks Add MOn
Cadeh.Asaque, siie rep ting his vacum tung nut harvester In W %X of SW'!, DR 15 41.l .oel Wan GroD.67 Polis Lot.5.R.ort.4
own views differed from those of .SI ol1 l.m GTI tht5Dlotl
Caldwell. As a quiet, diligent rep-patch and is' In SW'!, of S of Add Monticello ,hea Nolan. 2.17
resentative,~~~~S Ricar Sipo a t etn odspl fse.Te S',. 25 IS 431! 5 Unkn1 oownI. .1.3 Pt Lot 5 Rilworths
resentative, Richard Simpson has at- Add Montello Mar Henderson. .17
traced as much attention and com- dry seeds are drawn into the suction YY 2.31 IS 41 1, Theodore Cole.8 Pt Lot 5 Rilwortls
mendation over the state as he did hosle and fan and blown directly into In 1; of NWVt 213 IE l% Millie Shulei.Add Montico Susan Black.2.17
in the speaker's chair. sack. With some adaptation of the Sh air21.431 10 lenry Sivers NWi/ Lot 9 Ex 15x50
a N~'!, f NE!, o SE', 2325it DB TT 601 DiiJefferson county is indeed proud of tung harvester, Mr. Delp ay well Of w o SE%
of NW'!, 2S 4E 10] I 1ilda, Lavia -,.F.W vr_.1 162.7t7ddln
its legislators. have the answer to the problem of SW IS of NWV 22 IN B 40 A. J, 11,K1no,.'.' ticello.
R__________ sedfoAeti e nE of W'! DBe t3IN 5E1 60 1,ouvelia Slate. ,4 SV o,.f N'11, L ot 2 1 DBII
harvesting sedfrmceti ne an IZ 547 ilworths
promising crops, such as Turkish vY 482 r2N 6IE 2 Joas. Bell.2 Ad (otclo12 uaCthet.24
S PtIt15D T7 N 5 E 21,, IT. A. i~laht. .1 R3B CC 99
I L5116 119 -~-- Ietchworth~s Add
dlale.7 2 N 53 10 UnLTknown. 2,1 Monticello .is.lerRvrs.24 27 Years Agoelvr tLt11 BT sP o
27 Y a s A o NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR Lots 130. 133, 144 Lot' 6IT ElP ReichSpring-dale IN It31, 1%'!, Gertrude F,. Morrell. Ill ma Add Monti_____DISCHARGE E,', Tof Nl',n of NE", S 2N 53 1 0 Ga,1. &EiaehSiplin . 89 Ill. .AiA.Jlbs.212
5 A In SW'!, of SW'!, Pt Lot 15 TDB D Ilc i uhs.92
ITEMS FROM THE MONTICELLO SE'!, of sw% Ea J. L. simon Add
NES A 1,11 I Cut ugesCut Jfesn 2 A DR BE1 421 8 IN 5P 43 Thrbomas Neal .669 Monticell WVin Howell .1. .2.03
NEWS, MAY 81, 1918 irCutJug'CorJfesn Lt,9&64DelPtotDRAA0

_____County, Florida. lows Sub.12 IN 5E 10) Katherine Englia.1.96 F. L. Simon Add
Esae fI 0 ihodcesd Lot 93 Drebows, Sub, 13 2N 5E 5 Sidnoy G,. Willian,.1.15 Monticeil. Eret -agan. .2.47
!Ett f1 .Bsodcae. In ';Will on Lots 15, Lot 14 F. L. Simon
The Red Cross Drive raised 'TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: 161. 17 DR J. 154 18 2N' BE 11 Es, telle Dlakes. .2-7 Add Monticello . Winl. Hiowell.45
$1,616.97, going 50% over the quota Notice is hereby given that I have Lot 18 Springdale. 1S IN 5E 5 Agnes Ferguson. .17 in NEI/ 1B EBB 508 30 IN 5E 2 .1. B. & Cleo .Tckon.
assigned 197 t in S Pt Lot A .NE'!, of SE' R
s .filed my final report as Administrat- el Of Rd Rc tS 1 eage 173.ecte0 2N 57 eni. Greou.n-.17
S. R. Robertson was elected coun- Ior of the estate of 1. 0. Bishop, de- 561 Springdale 19 IN r, E, 4 Mqua li U. Wash]burn.1.90 In NW!, of SW!,
cilman to succeed L. R. Rainey whoWW 17 10 2N E Pany MAnderson.14.84
cilmn t sucee L.R, ainy wo case, Tat hae fledmy etiion NW%.~t.2 3 2N 5r1 I' I las. & oi-a Lamlar. .2.17 In TNW'!,d of SW'!,
resigned to enter the army. for Final Discharge, and that I will NE'/i of SW'!, of RE ZZ 438.0 DN 53 Verdie B. Bulloc.18-36
NW',.23 2N 5E 10 Anthony .inton.2.17 R. X. TAYLOR, Tax Colector,
J, L. Anderson purchased the Newlapply to the Hon. Thomas B. Bird, NW'!,' of NE'!, 24 IN ISE 40 W. Mi. Scruggs .6,22~ jileffcrso County, Florida.
Cash Bargain Store formerly operat- County Judge of Jefferson County,
ed by Arch Lacy, Mr. Lacy having Florida at his office in the Court
been called in the draft. House at Monticello, Florida, on the
Sheriff Allmon arrested John Wes- 2nd. day of July, A. D. 1945 for apley, negro who killed Turpentine Op- proval of same and for Final Diserator Lang in Madison county a charge as Administrator of the estate
month previously. of I. 0. Bishop, deceased. Dated this
Paul Whitaker won a gold medal in 29th day of May, 1945.
the first competitive drill held by the MARTIN BISHOP
Home Guards. Roy Taylor won sec- Administrator of the estate of 1. 0.
ond place. Bishop, deceased.
Nicaraugua declared war against No. 4
Germany, being the 20th nation to do
so. The others are Belgium, Brazil, Subscribe to
China, Cuba, France, Great Britain,
Greece, Guatemala, Italy, Japan, Li- T
beria, Montenegro, Panama, Portugal,
Rumania, Russia, Serbia, Siam and
the United States. Live Stock Auction Sale
Rev. William Denham died at the Bring Your Hogs
home of his sister, Mrs. Robert T.
Wallace in Crozett, Va., after an ill- and Cattle to
ness of several months.
Charlie Morris of Camp Wheeler is MONTICELLO STOCK YARD
spending the week at his home in Auction every Monday, and get
Drifton visiting his parents, Mr. and highest market prices. sale
Mrs. B. A. Morris. starts 2 p. m. Monticello Stock
Arch Lacy and W. IL. Carter left Yards. J. N. Hawkins, Mgr.

NOTC E T
Notice 1( hereby given that the following described lands will be sold at
public auction on the st. day of Jtuise, 1945. at Monticello, the sOthnty f
Jefferson, State of Flor~ida, to pay the amount due for taxes bierein set Oppositeto tle same, together with all costs of such sale and adverising.
DESCRIIPTION s C Acres OWNER Taxes & Cost
In NW Cor of sEtip of
NE', R EBB 41 15 IN 311 '/. Charlotte MicClendon .1.12
In eSa, lf SEp, W of
C'ookseys .16 IN ZE IL. J. Mioore.4.34
f SE,ofNt of a 4 IS 20 Palmer Thomp s.
pot 7 u oeff Co Pecan
Co. 12 IS %11 5 Bell Hill .1.22
Lot, 1 & 2 Jeff Co
Pecan Co .13 1-S 31F 2 F. H4. Hecoxc.2.18
iaWto,, pWa, of SE(l,
N a1fai A of NW!,
of SE'!,.18 IS 3T2 11/ Mrs. W W. Baker .u f12.9
In E Corof SW'we of or refreshment helps in housework
'SW% R1)B I Page 131 31 IS 33 1 Guace Belvia. .8 a *SE! of NE!,.123 IS 311 40 Pluckctt Realty Co.12.35
SW!, of NWIO, NW% )i
of SW'!, .4 1 4E 80 Puckett Realty -C.a.4.57 Home chores are easier whenne work refreshed. With ice-cold Coca-Cola
Lot 44 River Add . 16 1S 31 J. MI. ramlett 1,.1.64yo
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Deedo Bofk EBB tim sed ies m osl
Pae 426. S1 3R7.30 Whenit to Have a Cokor to offer it to guests, ele-a tomknowtok
W/ of SW!, Ex 1 A 29 29 .3F 1111 C. 1, iTorison.12.18
In h,, of ERT -.30 2S S31 71% Y C. IL. M~orison.5.221ha you haeasupply onhand, ic-odi orrergrtr h pause ta
in m t PT of El n ofupineafertilizer.eW
N1',.3 531 4%C L Morrison.4.91
InW/ f W/- 2S 331 50% C. IL. M~orrison. .3erehe with ice-cold Coca-Cola has wnits way into homes everywhere a
pine ie rNWr eSrof Rd potash
ti. 1' A. 1 IN 431E 16A Win. Owens i. u111
N% of N of SW 1 IN 431 40 josh Simpkins.t1.21 a refreshing symbol of American living.
Lot 9 So Pean & Or,hid Co.1 IN 4Z' ET Unknown attl.Pr. 1ie5 Duetall y t B keareation
I A Sq in .NW Col JIOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY LY "oe ohma h ult rd
Of NI, of peiu of performances
NW'A It SW RBhold for thisCEL yearCeLn theheuN itcMf
Z. 181. .2 1-N 431 1 B. Straws. .1.55 O TCLO C C -O A B TLN O PN c fTeCc~oaCmay
in part of .NW', of
STE', RED13 AAA 154 3 IN 4E 3 obert Nelson. 1.2E a 1945 The C-C C
W q, of INE'!, & B!
of SE', S of Rd 5 IN 4B 80 James Taylor .is e 5.







FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 THE MONTICELLO NEWS FIVE

Mrs. Bullock,111Is IVA GREEN BAIR So k Y r Re rt TAKEN UP at my place 6 weeks ago;
M rs.B l II t black heifer, smooth crop, split,
FGearderiesfonMs.Club ppr& nLreatidrgheer
IfS c a c i ii sGarden Club Leader' Greennair 'weree condu ted Tuesdvay Best steers & heifers. 10to16.00 smothe r o nd upe bit in hteft,
Soial A c in Roseland Cemetery by Medium steers & heifers A c i7vtoit. ear. W. H. Kinsey on Old Rhod
The final board meeting of the the Rev. H. 0. Hughes, pastor of the Best cows--------9 to 14.00 Plantation .6/15
-L I Monticello Garde~n Club for this year First Baptist Church in Monticello. Medium & common cows 6 to 9.00
was held on Monday afternoon at the! Mrs. Bair was the daughter of Mrs. Bulls.---_.7 to 11.00 WESTERN UNION needs.- high,
Mrs. E. W. Carter will leave Sun- W. T. McManus returned Wednes- home of the president, Mrs. F. A. Jude Clark and lived in Monticello Calves. 6 to 16.25 school graduates with knowledge
day for a week's stay at Camp Weed, day to Jacksonville after a week's Brink. during her childhood, attending the No. 1, 2, & 3 hogs ceiling 14.25 of typing. Ages 18 to 30 years.
Hibernia, Louisiana. visit here with Mrs. McManus. Reports were presented by the of- local school. Since her marriage she No. 4 hogs, feeders---------16.10 40 hour basic week. Good starting
Mr.RusllWllc, h rsgndficers, committee chairmen and circle has lived in Georgia. No. 5 hogs, feeders .-16.30 salary for student employees. ProMrs. Ethel Carter spent the week chairmen.' Mrs. Brink gave a sum-: Mrs. Bair died in the Telfair Hos- Fat roughs, ceiling-----------13.50 aggressive, promotional advantages.
edwthnicMrs. EthelGndy her position as teacher in the local mary of the year's work paying trib- pital in Savannah, Georgia, Saturday, Feeder pigs & r oughs----10 to 11.25 Apply: Manager's office at Tallaend with her niece, Mrs. D. P. Gandy, 52-f
school, has accepted a position with ute to the splendid work done by the after a long illness. She was 41 years Manager J. N. Hawkins reports a hassee. 52-f
in Tallahassee. the state welfare department and will Civic and War Services committees of age, good run of stock Monday. EveryMr.andMrs ErestClak sentbegin work there July first, and to the handling of the district ISurviving are her husband, S. B. thing sold strong with the previous FOR SAE4/ hp. John Deere gasMr.a week, and sales seem on a solid fot- oline engine and one pump jack.
last week end with relatives in Jack- Cadet Bill Williams of Riverside meing which has been considered Bair of Savannah; her mother, Mrs. In wit pakr T bb89uefesnSttsonville. Military Academny, Gainesville, Ga., an outstanding success. Mrs. Brink Jude Clark; three sisters, Mrs. L. N. ing witthe" pcesbyng quit ea lot T. W.Suman, 80JfesnS,6-has returned to Monticello to visit his also gave highlights of the recent Lewis of Maclenny, Mrs. D. N. Chase ofNERU cattle.y orme
parents Mr and Mrs Bill state meeting pointing out that the of Monticello and Mrs. Beula Oates
Miss Patricia Hadsell of Pensacola ~ WlimIadwmn 8t 5 emnn
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. following the close of the school term. horticultural and bird and wild flow- of Monticello; two brothers, Lee D. W. ai awards might well serve as stimuli Clark of Maclenny and W. L. ClP lanta- ADS itiond week. Apl Fo
D. adsllatTunstn Pana- Mrs. Jamecs Cooksey, Mrs. D. H. to important work during the coming of Live Oak. I j~ 1J1~) d in Corpore, a tionsse, 213. W.
.Barros, Mrs. C. W. Harris and her year. I Pall College Ave., Tallahasitingea.
house guesats, Mrs. Edna Matthews The question of a yearbook was C. Walker, A. S. Grant, T. B. Bird, WRITE for 1945 prices on baby FOPRET-frihdbrom
Mrs. M. A. Tripp has been visiting anid Miss Benn~ie Harris of Pavo, Ga., discussed, the matter being left to a W. J. Bullock, R. J. Taylor and Clyde chicks, New Hlampshires 'BarredRN unse ero~
in Trenton as the guest of her son- spent last Friday in Valosta, Ga, committee with power to act. At the H. Sauls. Wilkins Funeral Home met Rocks, Wyandotts. Book your or-!Po 17 Aesxpn 6-W
in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. conclusion of the business, Mrs. Ar- the body in Thomasville and was in der now for baby turkeys, bloodW. C. Schofield. Service Column- tlmr N. Watson conducted an impres- charge of funeral arrangements. tested, broadbreasted Bronze direct NOTICE
_______sive installation ceremony. Mrs. R. from Texas. Hatches weekly.
The many friends of Mrs. Bailey ued from age T. Wallace offered a prayer. Mrs. Steer's Hatchery, Live Oak Fla. tf on our
Stokely will be pleased to know shelalize inha rk, one of them is Watson gave a charge to each of the ana R Trespassing
is recuperating rapidly at her home Lawson General Hospital in Atlanta, i-coming officers, Mrs. W. J. Butafter a tonsil operation in Areb so Edward is hoping he will be as- lock, president, Miss Frances Bras- in one ear Swallow fork in other, office grounds and
Memorial Hospital Saturday.-siged th waecnc at 'l's C ree 400 pounds. If found please notify
si t park grounds
___ Wilkins treasurer and Mrs. F. A. S. S. Reichert, Monticello Fla., R. on our
Mi .and Mrs. William L. Morgan Staff Sergeant and Mirs. Henry L. Brink, secretary. Mrs. Brink the Misses Ramona and Betty Roberts F.D. 2
the~~6l stat welfare deprten anbwl











and soi of St. Petersburg spent the Page recently arrived from Long- turned over the emblem Of Office to are visiting in Blountstown over te
week end here with his mother, Mrs. view, Texas, where Sot. Page has Mrs. W. J. Bullock who adjourned the week end. WANTED-Radio and phonograph
G. WV. Morgan and sister, Mrs. Ernest heen a patient at Harmon General meeting following an appropriate combination. Will pay top price, stopped.
A. Clark. Hospital. Sgt. Page was hospitalized response. Miss Ivie Counneil present- Miss Betty Roberts spent Sunday Write a card, stating price, make MNIEL USR O
from September 15, 1943 to May 25th ed a gift to the r etiring president on in Fanlew with her friend Miss and size to V. D. care Monticello MNIEL USR O
Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Adams have as 1945, when he received his discharge behalf of the club. Hazel Malloy. News. 5-stfc F. A. MAHAN, Owner
guests their daughters, AMM 3/c from the Army. Mrs. Page is the Following the meeting punch and
Norma Adams, WAVE ,who is sta- former Lettie Oglesby of Monticello cookies were Served from a tea table Rev, and Mrs. J. A. Boyd are haytioned at Pensacola and Miss Susetta and she and her husband' are visiting centered with a bowl of roses and ing as their guests this week, two Adams, who arrived Tuesday from her mother, Mrs. E. L. Oglesby. michaelmas daisies
Hollywood. yugrasfrom Q
i4-H Clb- REBECCA FRANCES BEARDEN Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lashley of ristol are living in an apartment with Jr., and daughters, Varlie and Gayle, t
of Atlanta, Ga., will arrive Sunday (continued from page 1) Missa Rebeccngat rae Boerdn Eds R.ad rs. Jh .Rbrso
for a two weeks' visit with the for- Wells, "accepts also her responsibil- MoQayeennAaLeIhmTY as oa 6
mers parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Tity to represent the finest standards End after anr illness of several
Miller. of all 4-H Club girls through her own months. Miss Bearden was 84 years Mr. and Mrs. Roy Groom and chil__ behavior and attitude. of age, and although she had been i dren and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Groom
Mis orty elswo ecnty "She goes to the short course to delnn wata for some time, her and daughter of Panama City were
MiReort wereth presented byo thentl of

























graduated from Anderson Junior Col- learn all she can, so she will be better passing wsagreat shock to hun- calling on friends here Sunday. lege, Anderson, S. C., is spending the prepared to help herself and her fain- dreds of friends and relatives. summer here with her mother, Mrs. ly through the practical instruction Rebecca Frances Bearden was the Miss Phy Thomson, student at
Ophelia Wells. She will enter Flor- given her. Each short course girl daughter of Jesse Keaton and Jane Florida State College, Trallahassee, ida State College in the fall. knows it is her obligation to share Tomlinson Gnntt Bearden nd was spent Sunday at home with her parthis knowledge with others when she born in Jasper county, Georgia. She ents, r .and Mrs. W. H. Thomson. ell nd returns to her community, so her spent here early years in Milledgeson, Revuddenrlefttodaylfor ther home community and state will pro- ville, Georgia. At the ae of 18 she Staff Sergeant Charles M. MClelsoand ton thet handlin ofr thei ditrc


























hiomec in Savannah, Ga., after a visit fit from Ike investment made in entered the teaching profession and la Jr., of Camp Dix, New .Ti'sy, of several days here with the for- her." for the next half century gave herself spent a few days here with his par- Pepsi-Cc'ri Covlny, Lorg Island City, N. Y.,
SmotherMrs.H.Muellers to this task with a devotion and en- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Me- PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. OF PERRY
thiasn seldom equalled. A master Clellan.
Mirs. L. M. Clements, Fam rsPan Getrteac, Miss Bearden secured a hap

Mrs. A. T. Cooper and small soilusilW r nsp lnigo hoy n rcie IKI< ~~ ~ ~ .~
Bo ard in her work with children em"Buzz" have returned to their home i
in Fayetteville, N. C., after a visit of In spite of an "off" season so fars several weeks with Mr. and Mrs,.j. as income is concerned,: farm Waritamnladphsc.ArRe y "
CW.FaBond leaders are now making prepa-d Coming to Florida in 1908 Miss [ You dy f a
cocuso of thehut businesshMrs.CAra

























Bianca. rations for selling more bonds to Bearden taught in the schools at Aufarmers during the Seventh War cilia, Monticello, Jacksonville and
Loan than in any previous Drive, Miami. Hundreds of pupils felt the Mrs. N. B. Carmichael had as -according to M. L. Prdmore, Chief
guests last Friday her niece, Miss Of the Agricultural Section, War eien i aneaMarilyn Sumner and Miss Jerry S-- Finance Division, Treasury Depart- ings and were made the richer for livan of St. Petersburg, both students i ent. With the help of country bank- this experience.
ers they're out to convince the men Miss Bearden was a devoted and

at the Florida State College for We- who till the soil that they should ,,,9setmember of the Methodist men. convert their expanded bank accounts into bonds. Episcopal Church. Funeral services
ve "Farmers, like all Americans, were held Wednesday afternoon from guess thesi Hdauhersn AMMl 3c






















Fi'da fo Boosvilewhee hewill and currency holdings ever since the Rev. J. L, Hunter-, pastor of the spend a few days with her sister, Mrs. war started," Predmore said. "On c J. B. Neal, going from there to Win- January 1, 1920, agriculture held cur- Tue ter Haven to visit Mrs. J. EK Allan rency and bank deposits totaling ed by the Rev. R. T. Wallace. Pu slightly over 4 billion dollars. The bearers, all former students of Miss Th n Start Bu ig Your
Jrand autethrsalin Gayle,




















o Atn a i un 1945 figure is not available, but it is Bearden, were Hugh L. Gy, Lee T.'
11, of her niece, Miss Barbara Henl- expected to be in excess of 10 bilb Bishop, William J. Bullochi, Maurice derson. lion." HmCaleHtht n .W
_____________________________________________W ith larger operations and in- H m C ale H th t n W
Mrs. E. H. Hampton of Atlanta, creased costs farmers must have Davis. Interment was in Roseland
wilspn teweked ee ihmore operating capital than in 1940, Cemetery. 4
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but they don't need 10 billion, in Miss Beqrden is survived hy herME
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Pat- Predmore's opinion. He believes sister Mrs J F Williams of Montiterson. She came to attend the grad- farmers can and will put a substan- I cello 'and by* a score of nieces and nation of her sister, Miss Beverly trial portion of these cas reserves THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Patterson from the Monticello ig into War Bonds.
school.
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The young women students oflorFlorida State College for Women returning here this week were Misses
Carolyn Patterson, Wilhelmina An-, sorta aso e asb
person, "Boots" Utley, Mary Ann theirLUBRICATION Morris, Mary Louise Reichert, Betsy W A H A Dresumed very shortly and we are ready to take depositsM
Bird (Drifton), NGa Hawkins and ion new rcurys and Tin'alvso
Moirta Hatchett. Mary Shelly Carr; Car License-Fordse
and June Hadrsell were graduated.
Mrs. A T e And s A deposit of $100 or more will be required to get in line.
who has been visiting her brother-in- aThe speed with which you respond to this plan will de
law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. D. W.
Hadsell at Tungston Plantation, left termine the time you will again be able to drive a newA
Tuesday to return to her formerT FORD
home in England. On Monday M~.r. THE EXAC FILLINGST IO
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Mr e and Ms r w License Numbers selected according to last three digits of
anCash Regiter Receits on Saturday Nights. Deposit certificates will be issued, drawing interest at
Florida State College for Woe
when Miss June Hadsell received her -the rate of SIX PER CENT until depositor is notified
B. S. degree. H Frir s lthat car is ready for delivery.



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The Monticello News, Monticello. Fla. Friday, June 1, 1945


SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK

NEWS Make Dainty Hankies for Gifts
NEWS %
1 it Due to an unusually large demand and
Looking current war conditions, slightly more time
Di H N j~1gI,,~1. T I the most popular pattern numbers.
B EH IN Send your order to:

Uti SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK
T H 530 South Wells St. Chicago 7, in.
OBERT CUMMINGS is one man Enclose 16 cents for Pattern
YR in Hollywood who's not only PAULoA.ON
FrutsLyn Camers PontSavng happy-he's got documents 'to prove Name _________Released by Western Newspaper Union. it!
KAISER ST PAESugar -Easy Pies Menus Wherever it is he keeps such Address_________KI SER S P S things, Cummings has three pieces
IN RECONVERSION PLANS
SAN FRANCISCO.-The Pacific Appetites Fried Sausage Cakes with Corn of paper, all signed and sealed,
____Which would beChnsWie coast has about the same postwar Jellied Cabbage Slaw to any one a rea- So many soldiers' wives in
worry as the rest of the country but .- Biscuits with Honey or Jam oC
In more accentuated and positive *Strawberry Omelet of happiness stances or have not heard from
form because of the vast expansion
throughout the state in planes, ship- newly acquired a long time that the national govyards and other war industries. marriage license, ement recently passed a law to
The Kaiser shipyards industry, for the party of the keep them from seeking another
example, has been losing about 5,000 Bake in a slow (325-degree) oven second part beemployees a month. The last four 40 to 50 minutes until well browned. ing ex actress
pages of their newspaper in its lastThpeatsarsimoh'
pages o their ewspape in itslast ,~Serve warm with top milk or Mary Elliottimrsnetoa$100fefr
Issue contained want-ads of workers.,11. 1imrsnetoa$,00fefr
isse onaind an-ad o wrkes ~whipped cream, ("ex" because she a spurious betrothal; three years'
seeking ride sharing automobile imrsomn or a $3,00 fie fo
seats to return home. Their Two favorite, novel pies come yr Pd Robert se Cummfngo
payroll at Richmond near hereas desserts, to e up her adultery; and seven years im
payroll ~~~~~i, atRcmn erhr a otice the use of just th igecre hnte eemrid.prisonment or a $5,000 fine for a
been cut from peak employment of t cvtleu
93,000 down to 49,000 already (and
it has had 500,000 different persons Chocolate Chip Pie. mings, who at 71 is an ordained
employed in the past four years). (Makes 9-inch Pie) minister in the Science of Mind MONEY CAN'T BUY
I met the emperor of this most 1 baked Pie shell church in Los Angeles. Mrs. Cum
fabulous accumulation of American Easy Dessert: You need go no 1 tablespoon unflavored gelatine mnsperformed the wedding aspi. rn aster-eatng, Stmorep Aepn
minguloubetter.memantiS.nJofeAmerpiran
industries during further than a bowlful of luscious, V/4 cup cold water ice at Mission Jim Riverside. EVERYO1NE likes pretty, deli- world's largest seller at 10c. Why par
the cate handkerchiefs and more? Big 100 tablet size for only 35.
Kaiser, and talked The second document is a fourKaiser and tlked ~ared with cream for a perfect sum- 3/ eg g a olk year term contract with the Hal fn hs as h o e uy _____________with him for more eydsetfidteedy!Wyntgtby
wih imfr or mr dssrt'/2 cuapoo suat Wallis productions which guarantees with your crochet hook and some
than an hour. His is Bob the opportunity of reestablish- fine thread and turn out these atnot only the largest Desserts are nutritious but they 4 teaspoon nutmeg
but most varied of are served mainly for morale. 3/2 teaspoon vanilla
al he nation's Futsakig3egwie
alwh ato' rits, spairklig 3 tepwhitesua years, serving as an air flight in- designs-the rose design is to beZa
strictly new war en- w t g structor with the United States air embroidered in color. They make
terprises and con- "IIo
teprss nIcn ous colors, give a Soak gelatin in cold water. Scalai forces, treasured gifts.
tains 100 industries.f milk. Add slowly to beaten egg
Thus he also has hayma.O esGtEeyhn
theyolks. Add the cup sugar, salt To obtain complete crocheting instruc
the biggest of all Henry J. the other hand, and nutmeg. Cook in a double boil- The third bit of paper is his tions and color chart for five Gift Handthe problems of re- Kaiser heavier desserts er over hot water, stirring constant- medical certificate attesting that he kerchiefs (Pattern No. 5870) send 16 cents w
conversion and I give a rich flavor ly until mixture coats a spoon. Add passed the air forces' most rigid in coin, your name, address and pattern
was interested in ascertaining how to an otherwise soaked gelatin and vanilla. Chill examination with points to spare- number.
he would meet it. simple mel, until slightly thickened. Beat egg thus Cummings officially is healthy,
He is a crisp, heavy-set man with Desserts take care of the sweet whites until stiff, then add 3 remain- he's in love, and he's got a good knowledge of what is needed and tooth, that craving for something ut- ing tablespoons of sugar Fold into p job. Readytobe
with unlimited ideas of how to do terly delicious. No longer do they "Those papers mean a l o me,
the job. He has both business hope require only sugar. Substitutes have pie shell. The top may be piled he said, "but they wouldn't guaranand faith-a confidence that the been developed that give pies, cakes high with whipped cream and spm- tee a thing except for my philosoimagination of the American people and puddings all the goodness Of kled with. semi-sweet chocolate, phy." t9
will devise methods of carrying for- former times but do not dip into the grated, or just topped with the choc- It's a little odd to talk to Bob ward our industrial postwar system' sugar canister with a big scoop. late. about philosophy.* His words and A little paint or shellac will turn
and faith that it cannot fail. Desserts can give you part of thoughts just don't seem to fit his coffee baking powder and cracker
What he-aggressive lone wolf in- t dustrial fighter that he is-thinks the substituted for cup milk, so
forra thete dayt if they'rek made wit ed .d At 37 he looks like a college sopho- ers.
country needs primarily is compe- cereals, Add fruits to cereal and more. He hasA't the sign of a night
tition. The first postwar industry you have a nourishing as well as club bag under his eyes. The make- When food has been overstated,
to which he is turning his attentionepomabecvrdwtaIC is, naturally, shipping. He was Apricot Torte. a network of crow's feet. His voice damp cloth and the food steamed
growling about another business c" is pitched in boyish enthusiasm. He for a few minutes.
leader who made a speech a few I cup brown sugar en stammers occasionally, when
days back advocating scrapping of 1 cup sifted flour words bottleneck and jam in their If adhesive or gummed tape bethe American merchant marine. We 1 tao sode te and halfa taspoon of itcan
now have more ships than anyteaspoonsalt grandmothers describe as "that nice withtwotablespoonsofwarmwa
tion ever had on the seas, (number 2 cups quick-cooking oats yu m !ea lf as nfyr
is a military secret) and he It flour, measure, then sift again t hnAI
they should be used. This will with soda and salt. Add sugar and re-aking his screen lelo eripr nnnal
quire government subsidy in his oats. Mix in melted shortening and a rnH Wanbise Bb goabritheprcifodle
opinion because competing Euro- blend Well. Press half of the mix Se a little salt, and it is surpris- metecied lo
pean lines have subsidies. I judge, ture into a shallow pan. Ma ain e t hinkpis thrwi se hnentrton.
ke a"Tadines, thik, s th cadt-the berries. The salt also brings
that he has in mind American ac- filling by mixing 22 cups of cooked, nal sin," he said. "People who get
quisition of the trade which Japan slightly sweetened apricots with 1/4 a lot o a k u l v.
formerly had in the Orient. He cup of the fruit juice and flavoring only themselves to blame. It's benot mention a current rumor that he with 1 tablespoon lemon juice. Pour OUT do cewc he flor cnb
may build postwar ships for Russia, thismixtureovertheoatmealIx- ba b the nmey pu the hingepcan b
left olotv. mx. Bke fr 35minuts ina mo Eas Desert:Top eausehhey're lw a hyg tof et pbetwe the hales. othe dorhilleI
although I saw him shortly after he ture and top with remaining oatmeal life, and they get into trouble be
left Molotov. i.Bk o 5mntsi olsadstigasalwse
rate (350-degree) oven. Cool and Moderatelyashurig ogt ewentehavs Tedorwl
HAS MANY PLANS cut into squares and serve with simple cupcakes with fruit or ber- caught up." be raised the thickness of the
The nation also needs 2,000,000 cream or lemon sauce. rides and serve with plain cream or washer.
homes, low cost homes, and he sees whipped as a finishing touch to a the morning a half hour earlier than
in this field vast opportunities for light mea is necessary, Bob believes, would Keep a common pair of Pliers
postwar activity, in his opinion. (Serves 6) straighten out most people and in the kitchen and you will find
1 pint strawberries, hulled and Pecan Pie, change the course of their lives,.ayue o hm hylf
Transportation should be entirely washed (Wf
revised. A lower cost fare should be (tbeoo s 'n ciet y he fin t of.fih, unworked out on the railroads. Speed 2 eggs separated cup sugaor"ou a h yo dayluned, srew the ops o oles anhighways should be extended, as the 6 tablespoons powdered sugar cup lig r sYou ha h ortun opn eo the ths.
nation in the future will continue to Mash strawberries and granulat- I egg nirg you corse o faction No
move out from the cities. He sees ed sugar. Let stand to draw off 1 cups pdp
opportunities for building lower cost j Bea egg 1e van takg the be of yor co
cars in the automobile industry yolks until thick
(which he does not believe is com- and lemon col- Cream the butter, add the suga plete mental and physical energy sections and disconnections should
petitive now) and great possibilities ored, and egg syrup and beaten eggs. Mix wen, Your work improves, no matter be made with the switch turned
in development of health facilities whites until stiff. and add pecans, what it may be. Your projects begin Off. This saves the metal prongs
for the people. He would promote Drain juice from vanilla. Pour into to succeed. The result is that peo- and outlets from "sparking,"
health facilities in every possible berries and add an unbaked pie ple begin to look at you and say, which eventually wears away the
way to a scope amounting to a na- berries to egg shell and bake for 'What a lucky guy he is!' metal.
tional industry. yolks. Fold powdered sugar into 45 minutes in a "It's timing, that's all."
Heeisama it desan h moderate oven. Bob declares that acting isn't After using a scrubbing brush, WED.-THURS.-FRI.-SAT.
Here is a man with ideas and the whites and combine the 2 mix- 15 a. m (WT); 8:15a. (EW
kind of energetic imagination which tures. Add about 4 tablespoon These cookies nearly as important to him now rinse itin cold water and then turn
cocivsne etue we odte eryjic.Plelghl i h are dark, spicy as it once was, the bristles downward. The wa- :15a.m.(CWT);9:15a.fn.(ET
conceives new ventures when oldthberjuc.Pllityinh
onesfai. H isnowin etal, cn- rayandfreze.and sweet. The combination of "The main reason I'm back in ter will run out and the brush will Your Favort CBS ti.
ones a e isnwi a c ty d e and molasses will help save front of the camera now in You dry quickly. If allowed to dy on
ceiling a new magnesium alloy for Date-Nut Pudding, the sugar stamp: Came Along' is that the govern- its back the water will soak ito
steel, a new kind of plaster, gyp. (Serves 6 to 8)
sum, planes, chemicals. eggs
2 tablespoons flour 1/ cup sugar fort and that's the only kind of bristles. -________________BELIEVES IN COMPETITION 1 teaspoon baking Powder 1 egg pictures I want to appear in for the
He is also in coal and steel, and in 14 teaspoon salt 14 cup molasses duration." For cleaning blackened kettles,
each industry he attempts to main- 3/4 cup sugar 14 teaspoon baking soda Although Bob's contract with Wal- dampen newspaper in kerosene 111 FOR QUICK RELIE
tain1/4 teaspoon salt lis is for four years, he is at liberty and rub over sides and bottom of
tame affcmetitiveaspiritn Hnea p I cup dats, chopped '/4 teaspoon allspice to act only by permission .of the kettles, then rub well with a dry .
three offices in Washington instead 1cuntschpe
of one and thus promotes greater 1/A teaspoon vanilla 1/4 teaspoon cloves army air corps, from which he has piece of paper. If this does not A Soothing
work energy among his own em- 1/ teaspoon mace been granted leave. When the remove all black, rub soap over it, ANTISEPTICSALVE
ployees-and, egurb i per, st ad teaspoon cinnamon picture is finished he expects to re- and a sprinkle of scouring pow- posed by thousands with satisfactory t
duoe-n. suar Addse toepo-bn for beaten eggse, ate an teaspoon ginger port back for active duty. der and rub with scourn ball or enits.foGet0 Yar i vaubl store rwitg
I suspect his own reconversion nuts and vanilla. Stir until wel2
plan is already well under way. blended. Spread evenly on a well- Cream shortening and sugar, then I first saw Bob, then an unknown,
There is much well-advised talk greased paperlined pan (square), beat in egg. Mix soda with mo- working with Deanna Durbin in about him expanding into foreign lasses until the latter foams and AThat tm aw imi t sall
production in Latin America and2 cups production inn Latin Americ an _______ ad tte and add to first mix- scenes, but the kid had something
flourwogerhe
elsehe. ti Lynni Says:bli tulle. Force through cookie press or and I wondered where in the
SHis enthusiastic spirit is symbolic
of the feeling among other business Thrifty Tricks: Cream leftover drop by spoonfuls on greased cookie world they'd been keeping him all F Buzzing flies and
men* with whom I talk throughout vegetables and serve them piping sheet. Bake 10 to 12 minutes in a this time. I told Bob that day that putosutoes ause
m ehot over split, buttered biscuits, hot (275 to 400-degree) oven, he eventually would be making ph ohood u
this area. In this respect it is some- esfrgo .
wha dffret romth Estwhre Stretch out the strawberiesb "Brown and Whites" are the an- $4,000 a week. He blushed and ?
what different from the East where ab
the trend runs to pessimism or adding a bit of rhubarb when sewer for a sugar-easy conection. laughed it off, whe you spray 'am with Flit?
doubt, although labor is going home you make them into a sauce. The These are attractive and better- Parenthetically I might add in a This efficient inectcide not
in droves, color will be rosy-red, the flavor than-good tasting sweets and yet typographical aside, "Bob, I told you only is mamy sagging household
EeynouheefgrsteJp delicious served over cottage they don't use a speck of your Jim- so.~ *Pests . but ig sure death to
Everyone out here figures the Jap
war o tke noter yar y gess pudding, plain cake or dump- ited sugar supply. Older people arethdradsselenmaia
war to take another year (my guess ,eded ies-ae aai
Is omwht essthn ha) ad ins.extraordinarily fond of this confec. It's Too, Too Bad g osqiuito as Weill
is somewhat less than that) and ig./
sees San Francisco and the Pacific If you are low on fruits for tion because it isn't too sweet. Bill Goetz is doing a slow burn Play safe! Buy a summer's
coffee cake fillings use last win- Pacificover Orson Welles' antics. If Orson coast as gateways to the newly .rw n hts 1dy
coastas gtewas tothe ewlydoesn't feel like it, he just doesn't an-suppllfinles, pas
opened island empires of the Pa- ter's jams, jellies or marina- 24 cooked prunes
cific and the Orient. We may ex- 6 marshmallows Forever." His on gotmfedwup
pect a doubling of our trade west- atter, butter the pan, line with 2 (1-ounce) squares dipping choco- That'srwh HerbertnMrshal isd up. ward, and perhaps more. orange marmalade and Pour bat- late iThs Iy bet. Thee ti do
There is much remaining of the ter over it. Pit prunes, lay open and place L M B
forty-niner gold strike ambition Cook potatoes with their skins on waxed paper. Cut marshmal- cans who've been devoted to him
amongwalked out on his last show. .
amngtesbsnes ppe and I on whenever possible to save val- lows inosrpaouSort!ahOCalsKenr ek h o
would not be surprised if they meet uable iron. Experiments show Melt chocolate; dip strips of marsh
their postwar problem which is that potatoes lose about 10 per mallow, one at a time, into chocoheavier than any other section, as cent of their iron in the cooking late to half cover, then place in ns. Cosan r ex fr
well as any another, water, center of prune.
Released by western Newspaper UnEas yKO will be "Sister Kenny.





The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., Friday, June 1, 1945


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0 ',~'the window frame and on the window
I ~ .?)i. ~shade, on the old rocker, the foot stool,
>' e.,, ~-" ~ Ithe chest of drawers, the lamp base and
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The 1945 government expansion
program for increased production
of military truck and bus tires is
geared to Turn out 21,300 additional tires a day, or 6,000,000 a
-year. This expansion plus previous 'r,'S 56,55 ~tit~expansions should result in the production in 1945 of more than twice
S. as many truck and bus tires as were
AD, IS A 1_IH produced in 1941, and in 1946 about
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EIGHT THE MONTICELLO NEWS FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945


Agriculture The Graduation Pt. Blk. 8 Virick E. Add CC 213 Jos. Dallas 2.70 Lot 3 Bik. 7 Wirick E. Add. 00 42 B. Shuman 1.50
PL Blk 8 Wirick Et. Add. EE 4561 Annie Devaugn 2.70 Lot 1 Elk. 7 Fla. Land
CtoPt. lot 9 Dilworth Add _. VV 106 Jos. Dinkins 2.70 Abst. Co. Stephen Stafford .84
Lot 9 Blk. 8 Wirick E. Add. AAA 278 Joe & Selena Drew . .1.50 Pt. lot 1 Blk. 12 Wirick E. Conservation W ay (Continued from page 1) Pt, lot 45 Elk. 2 Barwick Add. PP 483 Roberta S. Duncan 2.70 Add TT 431 Frances Seymore 2.40
Sunday evening with the Rev. Burns, Pt. lot 58 Old Plan Monticello T 577 A mina Edwards Est. .T. .90 Lots 3-5 incl., Blk. 3 Fla. L.
(By R.E lrSi osrains)F.N I O W/See. Lot & A.C. B.k JFa in L. .S ce 9
By R. E. Clark, Soil Conservationist) pastor of the Aucilla Baptist Churc t2N I5E f W. Q 486 Amma Edwards Est 5.40 L A4b.C C.11k.4.I. BDB 444 D. S. Sneed. . .5. .L. . .96
reaching the sermon Pt. lot 2 Blk. 9 Wirick E. Add Dolphus Feacher 2.70 & Ab. Co. BBB 444 D. S. Need 5.64
The supervisors of the Jefferson pr. Pt. lot 2 Dilworth Add. C 178 E1 H. Flipper. 8.70 Lot 9 Blk. 4 Fla. L. & Ab.
Soil Conservation District met Sat- Wacissa Junior High School Pt. lot 4 Dilworth Add. LL 8 1E. H. Flipper .12.30 Co EB 414 1. Seed .72
M t th W Lots 26, 27, 28 Academy Lots 2 & 1 Blk. 5 Fla. L.
urday, May 26. At a previous meet- losg exercises a e acissa Hgts. WW 287 Roth tate Folsom 4.10 & An. Co. BB 444 1. I. Seed .84
g the supervisors had decided to Junior High School were held Wed- Lots 1 to 24 TIc. Blk. 6 Jeff. Lots 3-5 incl. Blk. 7 Fln. L.
ingthe servisr hadidecd to d Hgts. VW 290 May Fenn Folsom 12.12 & Ab. Co. EBB 444 1. S. Sneed 96
purchase terracing equipment to re- nesday night and 9th grade diplomas Lots 1 to 24 Incl. Elk. 5 Jeff. Lots 1-10 nel. Bilk. 8 Fla. L.
t were presented to the five students H ts. nW 290 Mal Fenu Folsoi 12.12 & Ab. Co. BBB 444 D. S. Sneed 1.56
dpced or ost, eavy ei n successfullycompletedthBlock 7 Jefferson Hgts. WW 290 Alayl Fenn Folsom .3.30 Lots 6-10 nel. Bilk. 9 Fla. L.
disposed of last year. who successfully completed the junior Lots 4, 5, 6, 7, 8,Palmer or & Ab. Co. BBB 444 1). Sneed .1.20
This meeting Saturday was to high course of study. Miss Mildred Lyons Add. . .BB 480 May Fenn Folson . 46.20 Lots 1-6 incl. Blk. 10 Fla Land
This me atday wa to Pt. SE of NE Sec. 30 T2N & Ab. Co. BBB 444 D. S. Sneed 1.32
compare prices and efficiency of var- Swearingen of the state department I3513. BB 480 May Fenn Folsom .60 Lots 9 & 10 Blk. 10 Fla. Land
ious types and makes of equipment of education in Tallahassee, gave the Pt. NEr1 See. 30 T2N R5 BE 480 May Penn Folsom 2.10 & Ab. Co. BB 444 D. S. Sneed .84
Pt. SW Sec. 30 T2N R5E B1313 48) May Penn Folsom . .1.50 Lots 5-12 inel. Elk. 15 Fla. L.
and to authorize the purchase of the address at the exercises. Lots 1, 2, 3, 4 Blk. 1 Wirick & Ahb Co . 1BBB 444 1. S. Seed .1.32
Mrs. Miriam G. Reid, principal of E. Add . IU 228 II. T. & J. Folsom . 108.60 Lots 3-16 inel. BIlk. 16 Fla. L,
most suitable type. Pt. lot 44 Scotts N. Add. . TT 581 H. R. Faglie 1.50 & Al). Co. 1B11B 444 D. S. Sneed 1.80
The Farmall Model M tractor with the Wacissa school, presented the Pt. lot 44 Scotts N. Add. TT 514 11. it. Faglie . .:.90 Lots 1-16 inel. Elk. 17 Fla. L.
three disc integral plow was selected class of graduates to County Super- Lots 111, 112 Old Plan Moo- & AV.). C .BB1. 444 11. S. Sneed. 2.04
I icello.W 288 V. At. Poison . .8 Lots 1-10 knl. Ri1k. 20 F To, L. as the most suitable equipment and intendent W. J. Bullock who deliver- Lot 35 Bownman Add. AAA 402 J. 1. Folsona .54 & Al). Co. .BBt 444 . Sneed 1.12
ed the diplomas Pt. lot 51 Old Plan Monticello XX 28 J. 1. Folsom n. 24.310 Lots 1-10 incl. Blk. 21 Pla.
the secretary was authorized to pr- Lot 101 Old Plan Monticello BBB 548 .T. 1. Folsom.48.30 Land & Abst. Co.BB 441 D. S. Sneed. 1.32
chase same Members of the class graduating Lot 102 Old Plan Monticello BBB 548 J T. Polsom. 6.30 Lots 1-10 incl. Elk. 22 Fla.
Sfrom Wacissa Junior High School reW. MGirardea. 2.70 Land & Abt. Co. BB 444 D. S. Sneed 1.12
It is the aim of the supervisors to Pt. lot 2 Scotts N. Add. QQ 283 Mante Green 2.70 Pt. lot 4 Porters Add. .V 53f Win. Trney. 2.70
encourage and aid farmers in the dis- Derlye Mozell Boland, Dorothy Louise Pt. lot 5 Porters Add. V N061 Henderson Grahan 2.70 Pt. lot 32 Blk. 5 Simons Add. AA 487 GCo. l'Turney. 2.70
n Boland, France Elmer Hiotower, Pt. lot 25 Scotts N. Add. ZZ 441 Margaret Goodwin 2.10 Pt. lot 2 Scotts N. Add. LL 64 W Thompson 5.10
strict in every way possible in the o Lot ils Carroll Subd. ZZ 501 Nathan Gethers t1.20 Lot 6 Elk. A Fla. Land &
carrying out of real conservation Croon Bradford Moore and Hazel Pt. Blk. 9 Wirick E. Add. 11 18 Corm Gatlin 2.70 Abst. Co. .MM 266 Ellen Thompson. 1.80
Ev Salt Lot 6 Elk. B leichmar Subd. YY 29 Alice Mc. lughes. 5.10 Lot 28 'Dilworth Add. Unknown 1.30
farming. Thismeansnotjustterrac- a ers. Pt. NEi of SWA See. 23 Pt lot 3 Porters Add. 0 479 Unknown. 1.80
ing alone, Contour farming, strip Howard Academy T2N R4E SS 215 V. S. Howard 1.60 Lot 13 F. L. Simon Add Unknown 2.10
ingoapn, cotur armidad ip HLot 14 Academy Hgta. .M. 11 303 .1 B. 1-orne Est. 2.10 Lot 1 Elk. 11 Wirick 1. Add. Unknown 2.10
cropping, pasture and woodland im- Howard Academy, Jefferson coun- Pt. NW/ .of NEIfj Sec. 30 Pt. lot 73 Bilk. 13 Darwick
provement, building up soil fertility ty's negro high school, completed its t'2N RIoE 0 IL 282 J. B. Horne Est. 12.80 Adl . i.P 9 Phyllis Williams 1.80
by use of Cover crops, and above all, seventh successful year and awarded tT2N RE N. LL 282 J. B. Horne Est 7.80 Add. 1 197 Phyllis Williams 1.80
good land use; all these enter into a senior high school diplomas to six Pt. Blk. 8 Wirick E. Add. B 248 .1. M. Henry Est. 7.50 Pt. lot 72 B3l. 14 Barick
Lot 10 Elk. 5Wirick E. Add. 181 J. Al. 1 enr) E t. 50 Add II 17 P-hyllis W illiams P.00
good conservation plan of farming. students, and junior high school certi- Pt. lot 5 Blk 15 Wirick EPt. lot 69 Blk. 7 Ba ic
Many farmers do not have the n ficates to seventeen. Add . S 78 J. M. Henry Est. .40 PtAdd . Se. EE 4,2 Nancy Williams 5.40
mayon v e-.1 lot 6 fal. to wirwie 13 1t. N 1I1 oI/Hf 80', N Sec, 30
essary equipment to follow some of Mrs. Mamie Scott is county super- Add . .S 78 J. Henry Est. 7.80 T2N Ri5Et W 135 r s. Williams Et. 4.20
these practices. The supervisors feel visor of negro schools and Mrs. G. B. o 32k, 21 ,ik4El.Bdid4 R4R 484 J. M. &eyst. Co. Fleming Williams 1.08
that one way they can be of real ser- Canty is principal of Howard Acad- Jeff. Hgts C. 6 1l Pt. lot 62 11k. 11 Baiwick
Lots 40 & 45 Academy Hgts VV 4 larjii Inc. :.90 Add. Y 445 Fannie Williams .2.40
vice is to furnish some of this equip- emy. Graduating from senior high Lot 8 Elk. .5 Pla. Land & Lot A Blk. 3 Fla. L. & Abst.
ment for the use of cooperating school were Johnny Barnett Byrd, Abst. Co. TT 602 .T. F. HarIek 1.180 Co. I. JJ 475 Ellas Williams .84
I ot 37 Bl. 3 Simons Add. PP 268 Elizabeth tackney 2.70 Pt. NE of SEV Sec. 30
farmers. They have on hand terrac- Lucille Hazel Laster, Daniel Peter oIt 1 & 4 Elk. 7 Wirick T2N RE 11 468 Cornelia Williams 3.00
ing plows and slip pans; have ordered Madison, Eddie Lee Parker, Maggie 1. Add . .0 469 Evans Hall . 00 Pt. NE,1 of SEI Sec. 30
an gLt E3 of NE Se. 30 T2N 5 I. .II 468 Anna W illiams 3.00
Large tractor plow and expect in ee eabrooks and Dorothy Lee Ty- T2N R5E 37 Ellen C. Hall 80 Lot 3 J. D. Coles Add. V 113 Stephen White 5.10
the near future to obtain a large Sn. 'Pt. lot 31 'Dilw.orth Add. T 215 leggy Harris Et. .2 70 Lot A Blk. 4 Fa. L. Aht. &
weed cutter or light brush cutter, Receiving junior high certifioates Lot 9 Scotts N. Add. . T )7 Rosett Harris . 2.70 L.ots 1-5 inl. B .k. 19 Fla. L.
S~~~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Lot 51 Scott. NV. White.7.I.0.OT.1-.1.80Il II
seed drill, lime and fertilizer distrib- were Amey Allen, Margaruett Byrd, Pt. lot 30 Dilworth Add._ Q 548 Grace Henderson 270 & Ab. Co. .IJ 178 L. & Cap. Washington _. 1.80
PL. lot 4 Porters Add. Conelia Hicks. 2.70 Pt. lot 7 131k. 16 Simon Add. CC 413 Geo. Washington 2.70
utor and culti-packer or soil pulver- Howard Davis, Isabell Green, Bina Pt. lot 11 Porters Add. . 10 Matilda Hope . so Blk. 9 Wirick E. Add . SS 374 Nathaniel Wilson . .1.20
izer with grass seeding attachment. Jones, Pauline Jones, Bernard Kato, Iot 4t 15 L. Simn d TaxADeed 110 Win. 0lowell 2.70 Ptllot I Blk. 21 Wirik B. 4 Mararet Wil- .40
Other equipment will be added as Mary Helen Long, Paul Mitchell, Add. Tax Deed 110 Wm. Howell 1,N Pt. lot 20 Scotts N. Add. R 470 Win. Young 2.10
availability and finne pemi. Douglass Parker, Louis Parish, Xii- Lot 2 Elk. 21 Wkier1. Ad d. l' 227 Wi. Howei~ll.6 10 Pt. lot 2o Scotts N. Add., N 406 fEnilla Voting.2.10
n nuances permit. D a P r9 Wiiek E. Add. V 27 Carrie Ioner- --70 Lot lo Dilworth Add N. 115 Dinfah Votng . 1
Following the supervisors' meeting lam Perry, Doris Richardson, Joe Pt. lot 9 Dilworth Add. TT 6,01 Willie Hagan . 5.10 E. s. WRIGHT, Tax Collector
SeaonPt. 013 o SIC, Sec .30 T2N 'No. 45 --ltne 1. 8, 15, 22, 29. Monticello, Plorida.
a sound film, "Save That Soil" was Seaton, Glover Shaw, Leola Stebbins t o E. P'P 8 Newton & C. Jordan 4.20 .No. 40-June 1.8, 15, 22 29. Monticello, Florida.
shown in the court room to groups of and Eddie Williams. Lot 10 Blk. 1 Pla. Land &
white and colored farmers. The Rev. H. 0. Hughes, pastor of Aibst. Co .S d 226 J. I. Jornon 0 X 1
whit andcolred armes.Ft. lot- 5 Scotts N, Add . IT 44i8 ;aire Jame. .150
E. N. Stephens, county agent, mail- the Monticello First Baptist Church, Pt. Elk. 8 Wirick E. Add. T 438 Lizzie Jackson Est. 00,
-dlvrd& bcaaraesrinLot 7 Oraves Add.LA 91 Kvtt Johnson.50 FR E Ji.JL i1II 1 1
ed out invitations to farmers through- delivered the baccalaureate sermon Pt E ravef Idd S. e 1.
out the county to attend the showing for Howard Academy on May 20th. T2N 1 ik. L L 16 Stephen Kini A LTE1.80PE
IElk. 9 Wirick B.Add. . V 17 Carr ie 'H. Lew,%is .)10 A LIFE TIME PROFESSION
of this film; furnished a machinelGraduation exercises were held May Lot 39 13lk. 3 !Simon Add. .YY 129) Dan Lane. .50
to show the film and operated the 25th with C. S. Gaither ,instructor of Lot 22 Carroll Subd . TT 572 Dave M.Kin.ney. 3.9 0 Lot 10 Dilorth Add . SS 16i RohI. Mec~tcen."40 Be a nurse Prepare for a Profession
machine. Any time there is a chance physical education, Florida A. & M. Lot 21 Elk. 9 Simon Add. 5 .lisabeth 1MICuthy . B a
to cooperate with anyone in helping College, Tallahassee, giving the cor Lot 15 adetmEyH Ht 11 44 Malttie L. H. Mc Qltenny Pt. 210 of Free Board, Room, Laundry, Uniforms, Books, plus
the farmers you will find Stephens tenement address. T2N R5 . . .W 5 S. McCall . .40 a monthly allowance ranging from $15.00 for the
in there pitching. He paid a fine Pt. lot 6 Blk. 15 WirieR E first nine months to $30.00 for the last six months.
Add .Z 563 Henry Malloy. 60
tribute to Miles Groover and the Lots 1, 2, 3, 4 Blk. 18 WiiWWYc k B. .5 W 92 lienry 1ialloy.7,60
group of colored farmers who helped W weekly Par9ties- o 9 7 awi k Add L 368 Martha T. Miller . Hospital and School Fully Approved
Jim Lacy out of a tight spot by cul. Pt. lot 6 Elk. 7 Bawik Add. MT 527 Louise Siller Et 510
Jimva out crops fr tghi when by ctil- --Pt. lot 29 Simon Add . 11 341 Carrie.MiHer. 2.70 A Next Class Begins July Ist.
tivating his crops for him when he (cniudfrompg 1) Lot 9 Eill. 5 Ia. Land & Abat. 142.1 ankof. .170 HSIA N COLFLYACEIE
was ill. (cnine paeC. .TT 24A.C flI .8
tephens then called on some placed in racks near Coca-Cola ma- Lots 1 & 2 1k. 16 Pl. oand HOSPITAL AND SCHOOL FULLY ACCREDITED
Stphnstencald n oe of -& Abot. Co. oe Ne]Ls,. L. N0
the colored group to lead off in the chine and the room put in order. Lot A Elk. 5 Fla. Land & For detailed information write:
singing of some spirituals, and boy, 3. No one except the person desig- Abst. Co. .1 Land.&.MM 10 John Neel .0
Lot B Elk. 5 Fla.Ln &
did they sing! nated to operate the machine may Abst. Co. NN 116 John Peel. 180 AFLORIDA STATE HOSPITAL
The film shown was largely devot- handle records' or the record machine. Pt. Elk 8 Witil, k'. Add. DD O 2 rucila -Neal Et. CH TA H E FOPIDA
Pt. lot 48 11lk. 3 Barwick Add FP 11 0. A. Prince Let. .210 ~. ed to legumes and cover crops such 4. Admission is by ticket only, Lot 8 H-amrick Subd. . LL 331 0. A. Piince Est. 2 10., FLORIDA
CIOgust aybePt. lot 12 -Scotts N. Add.c. MM 67 Oneeda Prince. .* 10o
as crotalaria, lupine and various lo- and any out of town guest may be Elk. 8 Wirick B. Add. PP 114 Annie Prestic. .i.-.2. 20
vers, velvet beans, etc. admitted if properly introduced to Lot 8 Scotts N. Add . N 34 Richard Ponder 0
Pt. lot 3 Porteirs Add. .IV 565 Mlary, Pleasant.2.70- -------The use of those cover crops to the chaperone by the host. Pt. lot 4 Porters Add 162 Isaac Phoenix .1.5
build soil fertility as well as to hold The junior parties for ages 8 to 12, Pt. El3k. 8 Wirice E. Add. BB 471 Otis Payne. . .2.70 dow11siniwllndrstodin ben 0I ot 16 Scotts 'N. Add . .TT 359 Mack Peck .7.50
down erosion is well understood in will begin at 7:30 and end at 9:30. Pt. lot 28 Bowman Add. . w. P to. . 1.50
this county, but not as fully practiced The 'Teen Age parties will begin Pt N13 Se. :/o T2N 15' nRR 144 Mary D. Partridge 6.90
as it should be. Let's get behind a at 8:30 and end at 11:30. These ad- R5Et.J.20 T. M. Palmer E. . .1.80
real legume program in the district. ditional rules will be applied at 'Teen Pt. lot 11 Porters Add.V 149 T .
reallegue prgramin te ditri& PPl 171 T.MA. Puleton Et 4.20
Your county agent and I will both Age parties. Pt. lot 9 Dilworth Add. XX 497 C. L. Pope . 12.30
be glad to help you work out a real 1. No smoking in the clubhouse. Pt. lot 31 Old Plan Monticello.XX 497 C. L. Pope. 48.60
legume program on your farm. Just 2. No one will be admitted who Pt. lot 69 Elk. 8 Barwick Add. II 142 Wm. D. Partis .150
Lot 2 Bilk. 4 WirieR I,,. Add. PP 342 Douglas Parrish.75
ask us to help you out. That is what has been drinking. Lots 1, 2, ., 4 5, 6 Elk. 1.
we are here for. 3. Anyone leaving the clubhouse Wiriek E. Add. SS 78 Mrs. Pasco Reichert 25.20
wil no bePt. NE,/, of SW',4 See. 30
grounds during a party will not be 2NE II 45 Hrs. Lottie Ray .4.20
permitted to return to that party. N%,/ lot 3 Dilworth Add . G 84 Robit. & Sim Haines . 7.50
Bishop Juhan to TheParent Teacher Association Porters Add. W o Peter Rihairdson. 1.50
ThePaentTeche Asocaton ot5J. 13. Coles Add. . Vl1W 4616 Ilihard Riet 1-e.3.90 u s
expects the same courteous conduct Lots 16 & 17 F. L. iSimon
reach Here Sunday which has been shown at previous Ad Tax Deed 69 Elliott Ryane . 2.40
whchha bensow a pevou ot 4 Scotts N. Add,. Tax D3 214 11. IS. Smith Est.1164
parties to be continued through the Pt. NE4 Sec. 30 T2N R5E. SS 327 Adeline P Smith Est. . 7.50
Bishop F. A.' Juhan of the diocese summer months.
of Florida for the Episcopal Church, Each school child has been given a E ,2 X42'
will visit Christ Church Sunday-morn- ticket of admission to the series of
ing. Bishop Juhan will preach the summer parties. The 'Teen agers P L A C Y 0 U R 0 R D E R
sermon and will confirm the new have blue tickets, and the Juniors P L C Y U O R D E R
members of Christ Church at the have green tickets. Each ticket K ,
morning service beginning at 11.30. bears the owner's name and must be N O W
Bishop Juhan is one of the most shown at each party.
gifted preachers of the South. He These parties are for the children For the NEW
recently celebrated his 20th annivers- and the PTA hopes the attendance
ary as bishop of the Florida diocese. will be large through the summer
Last Sunday he delivered the bacca- months. The cooperation of young L l.iS IT H
laureate sermon for Florida Stat folks and of parents is requested in L. C. SM IT H- V
College for Women graduates. making this undertaking a success. TY PEWRITER


NOTICE A Christie Hall Business Machines
Notice is hereby given that the following described lands will be sold at X, A HS
public auction on the 2nd. day of July, 1945, at Monticello, County of Jeffei- TALLAHASSEE
son, State of Florida, to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite
to the name, together with all costs of such sale and advertising. Phone 744-W 203 E. Park Ave.
DESCRIPTION Deea Ba. 1.age OWNER Taxes & Cost
Pt. NW i of SW 'Sec. 80 llw w -w >W Wxp4, ,
T2N R5E.-.WW 137 Pansy M. Anderson 19.80 ^^s'^
Lot 1 Blk. 2 Jeff. lgts. WW 45 G. C_ Attrmon 2.70 Advertisement
Lot 4 Elk. 2 Jeff. Hgts. WW 45 G. C. Allmon . 2.25
Pt. lot 4 B3k 6 Wiricks Add. BE 471 Dan Allen .3.90

Elk. 4 Fa Land& 0 rom where I Sit.4 Joe Mars. 1, I
Pt. Elk. 8 Wiricks Add. IV 392 Dan Allen.1.10 X
Lot 1 Elk. 9 winicks Add. .- P 7 a le.2.55 11qf
Lot 7 Seotts Northern Add. Betsy AtistIln.3.10 Fm
Abt. Co . MM 328 Richard Anderson 1,80
Pt. lot 48 Old Plan Monticello .EBB 437 Mildred Branley 42.60
Pt. lot 49 Old Plan MoiTIBB 437 Mildred Branie 42.t0 Lc M apes Sticks His
Lot 2 Elk. 31 Wirick E. Add VV 97 Lee T. Bistlity 4.80
Lot 3 Elk. 11 Wirick E. Add. VV 97 Lee T. Bishop 12.30
Pt. lot 1 Presbyterian Lands SS 248 Henrietta S. Bailey .18.00 Neck Out
Lot 7 Carroll Subd. II 312 Capers Butler .90 N c
Pt. lot 5 Dilworth Add. Susan Black . 5.70
Lot 42 Elk. 6 Barwick Add. YY 73 Lilla Mae Bailey .- . s. .70
Pt. lot 22 Parkhill Add, D 361 Paul Blake . 2.10 We had a meeting at the Town a new roof, but because it
Pt. lot 21 Bowman Add. .II 437 Butler Blood 54
Lot 2 5. ). Coles Add . S 173 Elvira Blood 5.10 Hall Friday night, and when doesn't do to let intolerance and When you qualify for new tires, make your ration
Lt 27t iorth Add.A .47 Est. W. Boatman .170 Homer Bently spoke up for a prejudice creep into a comnu- certificate work overtime by getting the U.S. Royal
Pt. Nw12 Sof Nw. Sd. C new roof for the schoolhouse, nity. DeLuxe. But whether you qualify or not-guard
TIN R5E.AA 330 Diana Bozeman.2.40hi.heeramns-yupJr s, em. urs u
Lot 2N E 7 -. 3 a nieE3 Lee Mapes interrupts him. Whether a man's stayed "pt" your present tires to their last, safe mile. Our skilled
Pt. NE19 Ek. 4SmonS Add. PP 0 V1 E. & Annie E. Boyd 2.70 "How long you been in this a lifetime or a year, whether -tire service is your guarantee of maximum mileage.
R5E . QQ 281 Annie Boyd 2.40 town?" Lee demands. works with his head or his
Lot 9 Elk, 3 Fla. Land & Abet. dik ero utr
COJ .JJ 191 Emima Brooks 4.20 "Fourteenyears,"says Homer hands, drinks bee or b EXPERT RECAPPING AND REPAIRING
Loat 7 Elk. 5 Pla,. Land & milk-so long as he's a good
Abst. Co .MMIN 322 fffm. Emoxie. .1.80 proudly. A eiahhsrgtopa
Lot 3 Elk. 6 Wirick E. Add. S 157 Bryan irs American e has a right to speak
Lot 24 Dilworth Add. Amelia Bryat .10 LThen you keeip quie" says his mind, and have his opinions
Pt NEV4 of 53!See. .10 TI-NLe Wecnthv taoeut
RE .ZZ 474 Walter Coe 4.2o (however different they may V
Lots 6, 7, 8, J. D. Cols Add. XX 297 C. T. Carroll. .70 running things In o r town." '
Lot 83 Old Plan Monticello. V 4 Est. Mrs. P. W. Carroll . be) respected
Lot 84 Old Plan Monticello V 4 Est. MRs W. Carroll 1,50 I'm glad to report that all of J. B. TAYLOR, Owner
Pt. Ni'4 of SBfi See. 10usvtdLeow anltHT2N R5E 3. AA 227 Est. Mrs. F. W, Carroll . us Voted Lee down and let HoPt. NE1 of SE14 Sec. X0 mer have his say. I'm glad not
T 2 N EST3. 71 Est, Mlrs. P. W3. Carroll. 690C ~mc4~ ~
Pt. lot 2 Scotts N. Add 1.10 just because the school did need
[lot 19 Dilworth Add. T 325 Maria DOllas .1 __ _*_Pt. lot 30 Dilworth Add. QQ 112Mose Dallas 20
Pt. lot 3 Porters Add. Minnie B. Davis 390 No. 119 of a Stvia C 194w United States Brewers Founda-ti