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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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Monticello, FL
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ECB Publishing, Inc., Emerald Greene - Publisher
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January 5, 2005
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v.60 no.47 June 8, 1945

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United States -- Florida -- Jefferson -- Monticello
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GaMrtoE lOda THE MONTICELLO NEWS A



THE NATIVE HOME OF THE PAPER SHELL PECAN JEFFERSON COUNTY FLORIDA'S IDEAL FARMING AND DAIRYING SECTION
VOL. 60 No. 1 MONTICELLO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 1 1945 FIVE CENTS A COPY


Kiwanians Enjoy New A.C.L. Agent to Bible Classes Open Library Receives OPA OFFICE HOURS Graduating Class
The OPA office is not open to the
Quiz Contest At Succeed E. C. Jessup In Local Churches New Shipment of public until 10 A. M. each day. TheHears Address By
hours from 8:30 to 10 A. M. are used
Luncheon Meeting H. A. Spier of Ocala is n Monday June 11th State Loan Books by clerks for work on records and Judge H. L. Sebring
'Monticello as agent-operator for the should not be interrupted. Those
Past President Joe Carr presided Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Coml- Daily vacation Bible school begins This week a shipment of books was seeking special attention dfiring these Judge H. L. (Tom) Sebring, justice
at the Kiwanis Club luncheon on pany, to succeed Earl C. Jessup who at the local churches Monday morn- received at the Monticello Woman's hours only slow up the work of the of the Supreme Court of Florida, gave Wednesday. recently resigned in order to devote ing, June 11th. Club Library from the State Library. office by the interruption. the graduation address to the memA report on the 7th war loan col- his entire time to his radio and elec- The Methodist Church has the fol- The titles are varied, fiction, travel hers of the Class of 1945 at the schc 1
test showed Jack Taylor's team well trial repair business. lowing departments: Beginners, Mrs.nd biography predominating. Among IOrauditorium Friday evening. Jude
in the lead Capt, Bird says "that Mr. Spier will serve in a tempo- George Mills, superintendent, assisted these are Barbour's "That Vanishing Sebring charged the students wi h
in then, lead Capte' "WieGeteoepnsbltiswic aee]
just gives our team, something to rary capacity until a permanent agent by Eleanor Folsom, Mary Nep Bishop Eden," De La Roche's "Whiteoak Of Thirty Receivec
beat." can be assigned here. J. L. Tyree, and Mrs. Tom Alligoood; Primary, Heritage, Machensie's Mr Roose- youth of today, chief among which 3
Program Chairman Tom Gadsden. travelling auditor for the Atlantic Mrs. T. Bishop, superintendent, as- velt" and Dallins "Russia and PoshS He preserving the peace which is bel
Prga hara o Crse.Coast Line ,spent two. days here this sitdb r.F .Johnston, MrS. Wxar Europe." These books will be Certiicate Heeon at such tremendous sacrifice.
calling on local talent" offered a week transferring the local agency Franklin Smith and Virginia McIn- handled in the same way as are those Tracing the growth of the Unitei
quiz contest. The questions were from Jessup to Spier. tosh; Junior and Intermediate, Mrs owiied by the library. Current books Principal W. L. Tucker awarded ates government from the adoption
varied indeed ranging from national __ L. A. Delp,' superintendent, assisted Iare rented at two cents a day; older Junior High certificates to thirty of the constitution in 1789 the speabeverages to problems in physics FiVe WSe by Bettilee Bird and Evelyn lai i'books are lent without charge. pupi h scer s t competed er said ithmigh l1 f ts
The three high men, J. C. Waldron, F v veekxs CoThe circles of the Walooans Mission- The committee has perfected a the 8th grade course of study in ex Ion of the world to adopt a similar
dur insets fro ae ra agIS ary Society will serve refreshments plan whereby the loan froi the State ercises held in connection with Senior cons
drew instruments from a grab bag In Summer School Library will be renewed from time High class night last Thursday. constitution under which all might
and ,accompanied by Tom Gadsden to the children and teachers at ten- live harmoniously
pensfv Monda monig Crlenm to cinic Inl this way it will be pos- Receiving certificates of graduia- The school auditorium was crowdat the piano, played "Don't Fence Opens Here Monday foty-five each morning. irce num sible to make available to the people tion were the following: Dorothy Jean e shool adrimws owdh
Me In" on tambourine, castinettes ber, oneswillserve r Monday n er of Monticello a greater variety of Allen, Mary Helen Arrants, Marjorie ed with families and friends of the
and vox-horn. A five weeks summer school ses- today Tuesa n umbe r thThursday- reading matter. Furthermore, it will Barrett, Jimmie Blackman, Buster ivradate with sta ewa arat
-sion will open Monday, June 11th in nes y nm r couorisay; e possible to request specific titles Bullock, Bryan Cooksey, Bill Coxet- ively decorated with several large
Gasoline Sales For the Junior high school building with which readers may wish. However, ter, Alan Crampton, Betty Jeane bowe of the rad ita
Prof. W. L. Tucker in charge. The pastor of the church will serve since the State Library serves the Daniels, Erline Bavis, Harry Dowden, flower of the graduate, against a

April Are Reported! Professor Tucker stated this weeklas dean of the school. Children who entire state it is not always possible Ruby Gilliard, Joe Hancock, Maryibackgr ofralms. Two irs of
that both junior and senior high sub- are not members of other church to secure a given book when re- Frances Harrell, Thelma Jean Har- chstae and a seMire
schools engaged in Bible school activ- quested. ris, Amos Henderson, June Mays, Ed- on the stage ,and as Miss Mildred
the state in the amount of gasoline be made to include some elementary cities at this time ,are invited to at- The library is open from 3 to 5 win Morris, Jean Oder, Edith Pope, icker, pan d theuproce,"
sales during the month of April, fig- work ,if needed. All who are inter- tend the Methodist school. ures from the monthly statement' of ested in summer school and who have The Presbyterian Church school p. m., on Saturday. Mrs. Clara Hol- Register, WilliamuReas lma the graduates, school officials and
p.l in., on Satuday Mrs. Clr o RgseWlimRe li Ipon speaker entered and took their places.
the inspection bureau of the depart- not already done so, should enroll will open at 9:15 Monday morning lis is in charge of the library ser- Sonny Sorensen, Dorothy Ann Starment of agriculture show. lat his office Saturday afternoon, dur- for two weeks' course with the fol- vice. The library committee is com- bird, Janet Wellner, Junior Wilford The invocation was given by Miss
The sales in the county were 133,905 ing the hours 2 to 5. lowing departments and teachers: posed of Mrs. Pansy Anderson, Mrs. and Ethel Wuerffel. Beverly Patterson, who with Joe
gallons of gasoline, while 20,015 gal- Classes will begin at 8:30 and con- Beginners, Mrs. Henry Malloy, Miss Leonard A. Delp and Mrs. F. A. Perfect attendance awards were Treadwell tied for the honors of salIons of keroseene were sold during tinue to 1:30 daily. A pupil may Beverly Patterson; Primary, Miss Brink, chairman, presented to Marjorie Barrett and utatorian. Principal Byron Hileman
the same period. take two subjects. If he takes only Carolyn Patterson, Mrs. William Jimmie Blackmon. presented the following awards to
State totals were 27,437,750 gal- one, he will attend 3 hours daily, and Hughes; Junior Department, Mrs. members of the class:
Recordedd so Bausch-Lomb Science Award, to
Ions of kerosene were sold during if he takes -two subjects he will at- John C ureton; Intrmediat nd Se- Deeds Recorded in The A honor l r hleoyear SoB
of kerosene. tend the full 5 hours. ion Departments, Mrs. T. S. Braswell Es l sony Minnie Lee Boland.
Fertilizer Used Tuition fees for the summer course The vacation Bible school at the County During May science; Thelma Jean Harris, Math.; P.T.A. Music Award, to Nell WhitFertilizer sales in the various cound are $12.50 for repeat courses and First Baptist Church wilI also open Alan Crampton, Math., English, his- tle.
ties of the state for the month of $15.00 for new courses. Monday morning for a two weeks' R. C. and Adeline Ridgeway to tory, science; Ruby Gilliard, English; D.A.R. Citizenship Award, to Violet
April ,as reported by manufacturers, __-_-- -- course. Miss Dorothy Harris is di- Fred Stokley, 707 acres in Section 10 Dorothy Ann Starbird, English; and Hightower.
have been compiled by the inspection *Grector of the school, and classes for d Sect 11, TiN, R4E
burauofth dparmet f grcu- R V.Hu te Gven eah gegruparebengaranedand Scion 11 I, -E Laurie Reams, English. Readers Digest Subscription Abureau of the department of agricul- unter each age group aer being arranged A. W. and Edna Brittle to Brooks Making the B honor roll in four ward to Virginia Fuquay, valedicorture. Jefferson county farmers pur u with two teachers for each. PlansScno cprtn,4areine.sujtsweBserulckJnea.
chased 12.8 tons of fertilizer mater- Reappointment Here arc being completed at a meeting of Scanlon Corporation, 40 acres in Sec. subjects were Buster Bullock, June ian.
ials and 304.3 tons of mixed fertiliz- the faculty tonight and will be an- 3 T3S, R4E. Mays; in three subjects, Ruby Gil- Citation for excellence in competiers during the month. Rev J L. Hunter was reappointed nounced at the Sunday School and J. M. and Margie Sheppard to L. lard, Dorothy Jean Allen, Erline tive Latin examination with all Latin
pasr of te Mntell Mretpoit c h say. M. and Annie Hatchett, 3/4 interest Davis, Dorothy Ann Starbird, Edith pupils in the United States, "cum
pastor of the Flo Codistecr S in 10 A in Sec. 24, 16 acres in Sec. Pope, Mary Frances Harrell, Harry laude," Ouida McClellan, sophomore.
N e gro B urglar Is rchi5 at the Florida Conference In 10 A' B n C kSpe y1,1 and e w ife to eMr. Cop e y int o ubet, M ary Hen e H re l en "ang t n T e M n t
Ne 0 Burglr Is emation 25' and 4 acres in Sec. 26, TIN, R4E. Dowden, Joe Hancock and Bryan Nell Whittle gave two piano solos,
This illebe Rev. Hunter's third Home Demonstrato J. B. Cooksey and wife to Mrs. Cooksey; in two Subjects, Mary Helen "May Knight" anid "The Mnt
Thiy s pasto be he Hun s hrd .Gladys Walker, quitclaim deed to Arrants, Alma Register, Elsie Simp. Waltz."
uyear as pastor of the local church. Sch Idule 01 C 13% acres in Sec. 8, TIS, R4E. son, Edwin Morris, 'Marjorie Barrett, William J. Bullock, county superRobert Brown, alias David A. Al- work here he has endeared himself B. M. and Clara Yates to J. B Laurie Reams, Jimmie Blackmon, intendent of public instruction introlen, who was arrested here a to many townspeople in addition to Meetings Reviewed Smith, Jr., tract in Drifton. and in one subject, Janet Wellner, ducked the speaker, Judge Sebring.
few days ago, has confessed those in his own church, and all are _N. C. and Ella Hadley to Venzuler Jean Oder, Amos Henderson, Thelma Following the baccalaureate adto the robbery of several Monticello delighted that the conference has re- rhe meetings of the various Home Small, quitclaim deed to Lot 8, Dil- Jean Harris and F. V. Poppell. dress, Miss Martha Knoblock, faculty homes. Investigation has proved turned him to serve here another Demonstration clubs and' the 4-H worth's addition. sponsor for the class of 1945, presentthat the negro is an escaped prisoner year. Rev. J. A. Boyd was returned Clubs during the summer months War Food Administration of Farm Tax Sale June 1st ed he gaduates fr heh r diplomas.
who was serving a life term for mur- to Waukeenah. This is Rev. Boyd's will continue with complete regular- Security Administration, U. S. A., to of trustees presented the diplomas,
der when he escaped from a road second year at this charge. ity. Enock N .and Tiny Akridge, quit- Left Only 8 Items after which the class song "Togethcamp in West Florida renectly. He The conference met in regular ses- The following schedule is announc- claim deed to 4 parcels of land in Itemt
TheOn Rolwin scedl esanuc r" was sung by the graduates.
has been returned to camp. sion in Lakeland, adjourning Friday ed by Mrs. Ophelia C. Wells, home Leon county and in Sec. 1, TIN, R3E 44 R l npaid e benthe wa givesb Mis
Among the homes burglarized with the reading of the appointments demonstration agent for the county: in Jefferson, being Unit 65 of Florida On Virgini a ve ny i s
were the Sauls', Curtis, Sledge and of the pastors for the new conference Home Demonstration Clubs: Scattered Farms Project. irginia Fuquay, valedictorian.
Hamilton residences all in East End. year 1945-46. 1st Friday--Waukeenah War Food Administration of Farm The sale of lands for delinquent Two members of the graduating
2nd Wednesda-Lloyd Security Administration, U. S. A., to taxes, conducted Friday by County class were not present to receive their
3rd Thursday-Bethel Sam N. and Ellen Nesmith, tract in Tax Collector R. J. Taylor, was the diplomas. William Bailey and C. C.
3rd Wednesday-Aucilla Leon county and, in Sec. 2 TIN, R3E, smallest Jefferson county has had for Shuman, Jr., are both serving in the
0ClInteresting items of Jef- 4th Wednesday-Lamont in Jefferson, being unit 70 of Florida 25 or more years ,said Mr. Taylor. armed forces and their diplomas
person County Boys and meet on the Scettered Farms Project. There were 130 items included in were presented to their mothers for
Girls in Service. following days at the lunch-room at 0. H. and Gloria Herndon to V. K. the sale but only 8 of them reverted them.
the various schools at ten o'clock in Watson, 40 acres in Sec. 9, T2N, R5E. to the county for want of a bidder. Seaman 1/c Colby Reichert, who eluding communicable diseases and the morning: Virginia V. Vann and J. R. Vann All those who purchased the land Stratos Relatives
has been stationed at the Naval Gun- pediatrics. She will enter the Army 1st Thursday-Wacissa to Mildred Clark ,tract in Monticello, offered for sale for delinquent taxes,
nery School in Jacksonville, Fla., is Nurse Corps on completion of her 2nd Tuesday-Lamont portion of Sec. 30, T2N, R5E. were local residents. Return From Greece
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. three years training. 2nd Friday-Aucilla Virginia V. Vann and J. H. Vann to Mr. Taylor said that this sale was
A. Reichert in Monticello. With him Recently Miss Clayton enjoyed a 3rd Tuesday-Waukeenah W. W. Vann, tract in Monticello, por- the smallest both as to number of Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Stratos were
are his wife and 3 year old son, Colby, visit from her brother, Sgt. E. G. 3rd Friday-Monticello tion of Sec. 30 T2N, R5E. items offered and as to the amount made happy a few days ago by good
Jr. Clayton, Jr., World War II veteran, Juniors (Girls 10-11) Fred and Dorothy Louise Stokley of taxes. news from relatives in Greece. Mr.
-V- who returned several weeks ago from 4th Friday-Monticello to C. C. Wright, 134.1 acres in Sec. Tax collections in the county con- Stratos' sister, Mrs., Evagelos KarHenry F. Taylor, who is serving service in Europe. This was their Seniors (Girls 13-17) 10, TIN, R4E. tinue to maintain an almost perfect antzounis and her husband, went to
with a, troop carrier squadron in the first meeting in two years. Monday and Saturday I'm in the Cenia aid E. H. Groom to James record. On Monday, Mr. Taylor said Greece for a visit in 1938 and were
Philippines, has been advanced to Miss Clayton's deserved vacation office all day to see visitors, answer Bolaid, lots 32, 33, 34, 51, 58, 59 of that 98% of the taxes on the 1944 compelled by the war to remain in Private First Class. Before going follows three months' training in sur- calls, attend to correspondence and River Addition to Wacissa. roll had been collected. Europe. The Stratos' now learn that
overseas he was stationed at Dale gery, where she did excellent work. reportsJ. and ea t The 1943 and the 1942 roll were they will shortly be able to return to
Mabry Field, Tallhassee; Will Rog- After her stay at home she plans to OPEIa. EL, nd Hazel Rankin, 8% of lot 4, of %coltesiMrTaor the States.
Maby ied, alahsse; il Hg-Aftr ersta a hmesheplnstoOPHELIA C. WELLS, 'Loma Alta," Miller's Addition' to 99%!/ collected, said Mr. Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Karantzounis are U.
ers Field, Oklahoma City; Camp San- spend a few days with her room-I Home Demonstration Agent. Mondticello. SAr. and Kartwouns are
ta Anita, California, and Kearns mate, Miss Louise Barnhill of Moul- __S. residents and their two sons were
Field, Salt Lake City, Utah. He is tried, Ga. Emma M. Hamrick to Virginia V born in Florida. They were on a
married to the former Willie Pearl I __v_- FARM NEWS Vann, tract in Monticello, in Sec. 30, visit to the older son who was in
Glass of this city. Mrs. A. P. Hartsfield, Aucilla, has __(Continued on page 5) school in Athens when they were
v_ received a very interesting letter Demand and Price Outlook for Oats Maks caught in the maelstrom of war.
Technical Sergeant A. D. Hamilton from her son, Sgt. Norman H. Harts- Rev. L. E. Wright Makes Their two sons both served with the
has returned to his base in Charles- field, which is a summary of his ac- (by Richard Ohmes) ITEMS FROM THE MONTICELLO U. S. Army; one as interpreter and
ton, S. C., after visiting his mother, tivities overseas, Since his experiene- The price of oats usually hits its Home in Monticello NEWS OF JUNE 7, 1918 the other in the medical corps.
Mrs. Christianna Hamilton, and his es will probably almost coincide with peak in the month of May, but this TI
sister, Mrs. Selma Standley, here. He those of many other boys, and will be year, largely due to the early growth Rev. L. E. Wright, who retired The Battle of Chateau Thierry was BAPTIST CIRCLE MEETINGS had a ten day furlough. of interest to their families as well, of pastures, oats began to decline in from active ministry at the session raging as the June 7, 1918 issue went
_V we reproduce it in full: to press and big headlines announced Circle No. 1 met with Mrs Jim
price in April. Latest reports show of the Florida Methodist Conference ".S aie r amrn h okwt 3mmespeet
Sgt. Frank Carney sent a cable- Belgium that the supply of oats on farms is last week, has moved with his fam- U. S. Marines Are Hammering the Cook with 13 members present.
gram to his wife that he will soon May 20, 1945. 15,000,000 bushels above last year. ily, consisting of his wife and daugh- Hun. The Germans had been driven Circle No. 2 met with Mrs. Fate
be given a furlough and be home for Dear Ones: At the same time the number of feed- ter, Bettye, to their home in Monti- bad taken 100 prisoners, the French present.
a visit. Sgt. Carney has been serv- Another week has passed and life grain-consuming animals on farms is cello. had taken 160 prisoners. Circle No. 3 met with Mrs. Sam
ing in the European theatre of war. is still fine here. We are still work- 13% lower. This, with more oats Rev. Wright for a long time one of
_V_ ing but have lots of recreation too. and fewer animals, a further decline the popular ministers of the Florida The Americans sang and whistled Rowe with 9 members present.
Captain Hampton Miller telephoned Last evening we went to a club in price is to be expected. Neverthe- conference has been pastor of the Yankee Doodle and cheered as they Circle No. 4 met with Mrs. W. J.
his wife Sunday night that he had which was very nice. Had a very less, if U.S. farmers carry out their First Methodist Church in Apalachi- went over the top. They made their Bullock with 9 members present. landed in New York that day with a good floor show.- ![ts scenery was March plans as usual, oat plantings cola for the past seven years. The way swiftly through the German The Business Womens Circle met group of officers from the First similar to some that I have seen i will be increased this year by 3i local Methodist church is joined by dead that lay strewn in No Man's with Mrs. Cora Lee Johnson with 16 Army. He will be at home on fur- our big cities at home. million acres, one of the greatest in- the community at large in welcoming Land, members present.
lough soon, but was unable to give I spent Easter in Paris. They have creases in more than a decade. this fine family to Monticello. The Americans killed large num- Monday, June 11th, all the circles
the exact date. that gay life as always. I guess we U. S. farmers last year received on Led by the pastor, Rev. J. L. Hunt- hers of the enemy and themselves will meet at the Baptist Church at
_V enjoyed it more because we had been an average $0.73 per bushel for oats, er, members of the Methodist con- suffered very light casualties. 4 o'clock with Mrs. Ola Hughes in
Cadet Muriel Clayton is spending in Germany and the only entertain- while Florida farmers got $1.35, al- gregation visited the home of Rev. charge of the program.
a three weeks' vacation here with meant you have is what the Special most twice as much. This price dif- Wright Tuesday evening for an old- The United States authorities had
her family. She is a student at Bap- Service or A.R.C. gives you. ference is, of course, a result of the fashioned "pounding." Each carried just completed a new agreement, un- W. S. C. S. MEETING
tist Hospital, Birmingham and has I still like the country here fine. demand for oats as seed, and this a package or bundle as a token of der which the army handles mail for completed her second year of train- It is cleaner than some of the places demand reflects the rapid expansion welcome to the family, the expeditionary forces after it The Womans Society of Christian
ing. She is a graduate of the Monti- we have been. The homes look clean- of oat acreage in the state. So long After song service and prayers by leaves United States ports. The dom- Service meets Monday, June 11th at cello High School, class of '43. er. Speaking of cleanliness, German as the expansion continues at a high the ministers the group departed, estic money order service to the 4 o'clock in the church. Circle No. 2
On returning to Birmingham she homes are clean. When you enter rate, Florida seed oats should not everyone glad to have had a share troops remained under the direction is in charge of the program. Please will be transferred to Charity Hos- Germany you don't sleep oii the have to compete very nuch with the in making the Wrights glad they had of the post office department in remember and attend the prayer pital, New Orleans, for courses in- (continued on page 4) (continued on page 4) come to Monticello to live. (Continued on page 8) group at 3:45, same date.





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9 .u. rtATuRs5 s By HTAROLD L. LUYNDQUIST. D. uren wa codtos sightl oetm
=-_-_. Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago, is required in fillinorders for a few of
T~HE STORY THUS FAR: The Amenl- Sergeant Barth slapped him sharp- idle, for so very long. But soon he Released by Western Newspaper Union. S41ten yotour rdtern o: ers
can troops arrived In Adana, with Major ly in the face, and for a few sec- warmed to the town's happiness, andSedyuorrt: Joppolo, the Aingot officer In charge.T onds he was silent, he did things he had never been able Lesson for June 10
Sergeant Barth was in charge of securi.
ty. The Major was determined to hold But when he was seated in the t do in his life, which had not been the confidence of the people and to re-L theconidece f te pope ad t re jep, nd hejee bean o mveshot.Lesson subjects and Scripture texts me- Enclose 16 cents for Pattern
place their bell stolen by the Nazis. De- The same morning that the crowd te
spite orders issued by General Marvin, Council of Religious Education; Used by
barring carts from the city, Joppolo re-- t othf__called the orders, to permit food and wate oetrtect.TeMjrfud where I can see the gun. I will er, Smaller crowd stood on the Moto THE MINISTRY OF JESUS Addres __________ten to enter the city. The Major found Ades_____________out that the American generosity was re- tell you everything I know. I can Ponente in the harbor and watched sponsible for a troublesome black mar- give younames. Don't do it from Lojacono work. He was painting ES;Mr TET-ar 9, 15 Luke 4: ZZ
ket. To stop this condition he placed a behind." new names and little figures on the GOLDEN TEXT-I am come that they
ceiling on all prices. Mayor Nasta was bow surfaces of the fishing boats, might have life, and that they might have it HOW To "KNOW" ASPIRIN
placed in the prisoner of war cage. He rthid w c you and the crowd consisted of fisher- more abudantly.-John 10:10.
swore that he would get even and that en I am in the There noe faster noe sr.
the Americans would suffer. front seat and you are in the back Taets conl atr Why parore?
set"Except for Lojacono's work, the The dawn of a new day had came! tbet sut demnd St. Johy pimrin.
set"boats were all ready to go. Their The long-promised and expectedBeset laisS.JophAirn
CHAPTER XVIII Since it wa the noon hour, scores seams were called, and they were Messiah came to break the 400 years
of People had drifted to the Doppo tight as wine-battles. The barnacles of silence by His personal presence. .4
Life In the p.w. cage was not and the whiskers were off, and the We learn of His coming, Hls
very pleasant for Mayor Nasta. the Albergo de Pescatori to listen bottoms had been given a little lead life and ministry, His death and
None of the men had blankets, and to the radio and wait far lunch
When they saw Barhsjewtean.Tergigwssmrfrrsretoadfn h rm
the nights were pretty cold, so theyIse of His coming again in the four
-th nihtswer pett cod, o teyman tied up in the back seat, they Navy to give the fishermen someGopl.Tearoucmlteeslept in close rows, keeping each Gopl.Te r u opeels
slet n loe ow, eein echclustered around, and called for bright cable and some unsoaked son for this Sunday, but we obviousother warm with their bodies. But their friends, And when they saw hemp rope, ly cannot review them in their enno one would sleep next to the Fas- that Barth's cargo was Mayor Nas- tirety in our limited space.
cist Pig. They said he had a pecu- ta, and that after all these years the The fishermen were impatient to Our Scripture references speak of liar smell. As a matter of fact, he
,did have a peculiar smell for sev- Mayr ad agg in h m t h Lojacono finish.
eral hours each morning; it came news of the gospel to needy man- LUEBIRDS
from bing a istake Thesenoisesincreaed Ma okthere. he fishermen standing kInd-th syblo
from being a mistake.happiness-whatcmoredappro -___k______________mor Nat' erredh ettit ee pointed at hi okad I. The Good News Preached pit oi o rsetv
At last Mayor Nasta found a man aid angrily: "Have you ever seen (ride li o theia
who would talk with him. This was Ing and trying to look behind him, a porpoise less messy than that Jesus alway hooe preahin l olor.
a German who spoke Italian. Barth went into the restaurant and one?" as ay and theective u *lr
Mayor Nasta told him that he fudMjrJpooadbogta h rmr n h fetv
ayoril Nastr tol dahim that he fimou Maobopb n ruh Agnello said: "The porpoise Is not means of spreading the good news Birds and flowers are in easiest possible
was still Mayor of Adano, that hehimlout.sbadhbutoheewilldieofloneliness8ofhthegospel. 'had been treacherously arrested by Major Joppolo held up his hand to unless you hurry and give him some The forerunner, John the Baptist, sicy Pattern 48 has aois 2b transfery 1 patternofn20retifherobys2yt arresbt10 by the Americans, that he was trying silence the crowd. "I want to speak company. Porpoises like company, had borne his witness. Jesus had inches. to do all he could to help the Ger- come, had been baptized, and as
mans win and that, in short, he ever seen a porpoise play alone?" John was cast into prison, He began
was a pretty important person who "He will have company," Loja- to preach, "Repent ye and believe
ought to be helped. The Italian- cono said impatiently. "The Mister the gospel." The key verse of Mark [ U SElOID
speaking German told his friends Major is going to be riding on his is 10:45: "For even the Son of Man
all about Mayor Nasta, and they de- back. If you would be silent, I came not to be ministered unto, but
cided they ought to help him escape. could get on with my work." to minister." The characteristic . .
Fo culeo dy Myr a- ~ Merendino said: "Worl; then, old words are "straightway," "forth- I T M
For a couple of days Mayor Nas-i o iae
ITa moved over and lived with the A man, do not be so slow." with," and "immediately." The An electric griddle for pa
Germans. They made plans for the The old man went back to his Greek word thus translated ap works more efficiently if wiped
-escape. There was nothing elabo- work. Tomasino, sitting with his pears about forty times in the book, with olive oil
rate about the plans. They just head In his hands on the afterdeck The Servant of God went quickly R
decided to lift the Mayor up over of his boat, which was moored next about the Father's business. Chris- Do not use sheets or pillow cases L
the wall. They asked him if he titans, can we say the same for our- for laundry bags as they are not
had the courage to sit on barbed not see the point of all this painting, selves? woven to stand the strain. of "s
wire for a few minutes. He said It is frivolous. My boat has been IL The Good News Practiced t i
yes, anything to escape. They named Tina since the girl was born. (Luke 4:16-21). The water in which rce Is boled Cafiywell11 r ts who
-asked him if he had the courage to ~ -* It will remain Tina. The leaves and The daily ministry of Jesus as He is just right for starching organdy informed~ poder
jump down twelve feet on the otherusC5 bns
jum dwntwlv fet n heoterthe fruit which dangle from the lived here on earth is summarized blouses and white shirts. M C~lO esb
side. He said yes. name are good enough for me, even in the prophecy of His coming Bridge
So in the middle of a dark, cloud- -7 If they are not new." which was given by Isaiah the Cover, the bottom of your scour-ed night, the Germans made a pyra- gnello shouted to Tomasino: prophet. As we read these words, ing powder can with adhesive
mid of their bodies and let Mayor "What is the matter with you, sour we realize that we who profess tape. Then when can stands in
Nasta climb up it to the top'of theontimonnCeruwar tofloHinedtlermoeo yurhtenmldsnkitil
wall. He sat on the barbed wire on Ing fishing again." His Spirit of tender and loving serv- leave no rust stains.
top of the wall, quiet as a cat, until ice to others.
he was sure that the sentry outside IntenxcetrsadT a-_ __________he wa-ur ha hesntyousd sino glumly, "after all this painting It is significant and appropriate When sewing, fasten a small pinhad marched to the other end of his that Jesus' declaration of Himself cushion to your wrist with a piece
beat. Then he turned facing the a the fulfillment of Isaiah 61:1, 2 of elastit. This way as
wall, let himself down as far as he k. t s ansukhs had uv was made in the synagogue on the pins are removed they can be Put
could, and let go. He hurt one knee it d A o au Sabbath day. He met with the people in place. Keep pins handy, too.
a little; it hit the wall as he landed d e s o in the house and at the time set
on the ground. But he was able that the only reason you are so im apart for God's worship. He opposed Fancy household linens, put
to get up and run off silently. patient is that you lke what I did spiritual deadness, the misinterpre- away to save time and effort, PAZ 0 I N TUSESS
The Top Sergeant at the p.w. twenty years ago and you have no station of the truth, the distortion of should be washed and aired occa- Millions of people suffering from
Their Top Sergeant atw. thepl Pie, aew.npop
cage called up Sergeant Borth at religious principles; but He was not, sionally to keep them fresh and relief with PAZO ointment. Her's
eiht-tityth ex mrin adTomasino said: "If I have to wait as some would have us believe, a white, Ironing is not necessary. why:d Fir, fle PAin oitm nde
eighty-thirty the next morning and _told him that Nasta had escaped. another day for the slow painter I religious free lance who despised itching. Second, PAZO ointment
Serean Both orrwedCorora will blot out the name Tina and the the established worship of His peo- Rustic furniture with the bark lubricates hardened, dried partsSergeant Barth borrowed Corporal lae n ri ihsm edpe
Chucks Schlt andi ait jeep from the still on is mighty -hard on stock- ness. "lhird, PAZO ointment tends
Chuck Schultz and a jeep from themin M.P.'s and went hunting. By this He let himself down as far as he paint I have, and I will go fishing Having been prepared by the thirty ings. They are much less apt to bleeding. Foulrth, it's easy to use.
time Sergeant Barth had so many could and let go. alone in a nameless boat." years of privacy, and more particu- catch on the wood if the chair is PAZO ointment's perforated Pile
started painting the Mis larly by the baptism and the given a coat of clear varnish. Pipe makes application simple
Lojaconerhoraugh.oorrhdocto canmtey
voluntary informers and Informerson-informers that the job of tracing to Nasta," he said to Barth. "Can ter Major, and the little crowd came temptation in the wilderness, He -you about PAZO ointment.
n-normswhe hear me with that thing on his in closer to see the details. He re- appeared at the synagogue in Naza- Fingers from discarded rubber StUrPPcSiInTOgRI 1
MaorNatawa nt oohad, face?" solved a difficult point by making reth to declare Himself as the ful- gloves make excellent guards for Some persons, and many doctors,
He soon found out that Mayor "Yeah," Barth said, "you've got the Major's hat rather big and by filment of prophecy, injured fingers. Bandage injury as arde. to use suppostores so
Netsha be selerdfor a few the rare pleasure of being able to tilting it so that it covered most Those who teach that Jesus was usual, cut one of the fingers from The same sothing relief that
Nasta had been sheltered foriaya fews hours in a house on Via Favemni. speak to Nasta and he can't talk of his face. At least the hat was only a young Jewish teacher with a the glove, and slip it over the PO alay gies
He had then left town by the Via back." definitely American. new pld.i
Roma. He had stopped in at a
farmer's house near the Casa Zam- Major Joppolo said: "Nasta, you "His leg is too short. The leg of ly not read the Scriptures. He knew bano to change into peasant dress. are a disgrace to your people. There the Mister Major is longer," Agnel- Himself to be Gad's Son come into This was one of the easiest things to is goodness in your people, but not lo said, the world to bring the goodness of
check, because the peasant turned in you, not a bit. The world has "I was about to say that the leg is salvation by His own blood to poor,
chpk weag Mayo Nast lourpow had enough of your kind of selfish- too long,'! Merendino said, sin-captive, blinded and bruised huup wearing Mayor Nasta's loud pow- ns. aiy ei h aiu
der blue suit, which was dusty from "In other words," Lojacono said,
several nights on the ground. It was one of Major Joppolo's "the leg is precisely right." Look at Isaiah 61:1, 2 and note
Mayo Nata hd ten ben eengreatest attributes in his job that "He does not have a hunch-back that Jesus stopped reading before Msua ce n an pan tan
Mayor could speak pompous sentences like that," said Sconzo, another of the end of the sentence. "The day at several points along the'Vicina- with a sincerity and passion so real Agnello's helpers, of vengeance of our God" will came
mare road. One farmer had given that his Italian listeners were al- "He is bending forward because when Christ returns. This is the day him a lift in his cart. Mayor Nasta
himad evidtl hnbiadt en o ofte ways moved by what he said. Now of the speed of the porpoise," Loja- of grace. Sinners are urged to achad evidently had enough of the all the listeners except Nasta were cono said. cept Gad's love now, and thus to
hills, and was trying now to get to
Vicnamre.whee fiens wuldbemoved by his words to shout: "Kill "The color of his skin Is too escape the terrible day of judgment Vicinamare, he n o him! Kill him! Kill him!" white," said the wife of Agnello. which is to come.
able to hide h'im.
Sergeant Borth picked him up Here was one time when Major "His skin is more Italian-colored." III. The Good News Prepared
thre ils hot o Vciamre a Joppolo's sincerity and Passion "You are dull," Lojacono said, (Mark 8:27a, 29, 31). three miles short of Vicinamare, at
about ten-thirty. bounced back on him, because the "you do not see the symbolism of Jesus preached the gospel of the
Jeeps had been passing Mayo people's shouts frightened Mayor the white skin." kingdom. He went about doing
rNasta so badly that he fantd an hsi4htteciics a l od u lay eke isl iue
Nasta all morning, so that he was fad Compounded by Nature alone, with no artificiallnnotMajor Joppolo was the first to see ways like. And this shows the pur- to be the Christ, the One who was alarmed whe Serno atclal lredwe e-the ridiculousness of trying to spell- pose of the criticism: it was not so to die for the sins of the world and -drinking water, according to directions Add drink Crary
geant Borth's jeep drove up along- Wtrdyatrdy o onmlin h aeatce
gientmBath' eep droe up aong-d bind an unconscious man, much that the people did not like to arise again for the justification of the cause of their mtrls. Gently but surely Crazy Water
side him, and even when it stopped,
he There was nothing left to say ex- what Lojacono was doing, as they those who put their trust in Him.shouted:
"Good day, good day," in what he cept one sentence to Barth: "We'll benefits in faulty elimination, the cause and aggravating
thought was a thick peasant ac- have to send him to Africa." his mind. In future, showing off his the recognition of His deity, and the
cen. nd o he usc o Aanos e-boat, Agnello would be able to say: devotion of life which is His just at your drug store today.
Barth mimcke tea -lg t chers c Barth anhs limp "You can see how fast the par- due, must, if they are at all intelSergeant poise is going bythe way the Mister ligent, admit that no man ever
cent: "Good day, good day, farm- companion drove down the street.
er." There was no better index to the you see how white his skin is? That on human history. Even now, unMayor Nasta, who still did not state of mind of Adano than the ac- is because of the symbolism in thl believing men speak of Him as the recognize Borth, shouted again: tivities of the painter Lojacono. If Mister Major's skin." g ofChristianity,_amighty
"Good day." one had made a graph of the spirits In due course Lojacono finished fouder odChristiaty, a mh
Borth shouted: "Good day. YOU of the town and then Put beside it a his work, and everyone pronounced unequalled teacher. are the first farmer I have ever graph of the number of commissions it quite good, although, one said, it It is not enough that we stand with 6
seen with pince-nez glasses on." Lojacono received, the two would
Then Mayor Nasta knew Borth. have exactly corresponded. When- that high out of the water with a admire Him, but who do not count
Mayor Nasta's spirit, which had been ever the town was optimistic, Loja- m strained by the arrest and by threshold not the name of the boat, tion comes to us as it did to the days in the cage and by the es- blue, Lojacono was idle,

was~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~hc runnwncrlsaisigtsh ht-are oaoo-st h nt mri the a n not. ncily tWht imoranty tut 1f qu1toes
cape, suddenly broke. He turned Lojacono could paint anything. kie tie lower? Lojacono attributed the am?" "Thou art the Christ"-this but humming


and ran out across the fields, squeal- could paint a house or he could paint former highness to good spirits and alone suffices as the foundation for 'le n uzigmsutoescn
ing crazily, just like a soldier who a saint. He was the one who paint- the latter highness to the way the Christian testimony and conduct.

had broken under shellfire. ed panels in the churches. Hle was name American had been raised ICE Although Jesus was not yet ready Spray these summertime pests
Sergeant Barth got out of the jce the one who painted the fat and holy everyone's esteem by the Mister Ma- to have His Messiahship pro- with Flit! This effective, pleasant.
Segen Borthe got out oft thele' jeepgnetiiekilh
and went out onto the fields. He two- jar; and everyone went away satis- claimed to the public, He was pre- dre, gem-laden malia'mds.
did not hurry, because Mayor Nasta fled. pared to teach His disciples concern- q 79 as well as common

run away from himself more than fered when he painted. First he suf- out. Major Jappolo went down to of His rejection and death. anything else. By the time Ser- feared the pangs of creation, then he Note the divine "must" (v. 31). Flit, today)
geant Borth caught him, he was ex- suffered when the people of Adano people in town were all excited at While it is true that wicked men hausted and limp, and his eyes were criticized his work. His work was the prospect of eating fish, showed their hostility toward our
milky with fear. beautiful and everyone in the town The catch that day was excellent. God and His Christ by hanging Him
As Borth half walked, half car- loved It, but for some reason they When the boats were all in and the on Calvary's cross, yet it was to ried him to the jeep, Mayor Nasta always criticized it first, fish all weighed, it was estimated die for our sins that He came into
jabbered and mouthed his fear. "If Major Joppolo had not been in by Agnello that a total of three the world. The cross has rightly you are going to shoot me, tell me Adan very long before Lojacono thousand two hundred pounds had come to represent God's love to the first. Don't shoot me in the back. was busy. His first efforts were a been taken in. Better than that, world rather than man's hostility to Tell me if you are going to kill me. little crude, because the town had the fish were mostly of good grades, God.
1 want to know, I want to know, been depressed, pSI his right hand (TO BE CONTINUbgD)ato








FOUR THE MONTICELLO NEWS FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1045


THE MONTICELLO NEWS standing work as judge advocate with Farm Ne County Judge of Jefferson County, NOTICE
the army in the European Theatre of Florida at his office in the Court
Operations, Mrs. Hulse (formerly Ro- (Continued from page 1) House at Monticello, Florida, on the I
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY wena Middleton) has been notified. price of feed oats. 2nd. day of July, A. D. 1945 for ap- Trespassing On OUr H A R R E L L
MONTICELLO ADVERTISER Major Hulse, who is a lawyer in civ- Indications are that the rate of proval of same and for Final DisEstablished 1869 ilian life, has been judge advocate expansion will continue. In Florida, charge as Administrator of the estate office grounds and TRANSFER & STORAGE
MONTICELLO CONSTITUTION attached to headquarters, 9th Air the average number of acres planted of I. 0. Bishop, deceased. Dated this Local and Long Distance
Established 1873 Division. He was recently commend- to oats in the ten year period 1934-43 29th day of May, 1945. On Our park grounds We operate in Fla. Ga. Al
Changed to ed by the commanding officer in the was 24,000. In 1944 85,000 acres MARTIN BISHOP S. p( Tein., and Missa.,
MONTICELLO NEWS-1903 following citation: were planted. This year, if Florida Administrator of the estate of I. 0. at night must be Modern Equipment
To: Major Herbert B. Hulse, farmers carry out their March plans Bishop, deceased. i Load Insured
KEATHLEY BOWDEN Headquarters 9th Air Division, as usual, 120,000 acres will be plant- No. 46. June 1-8-15-22. to d.
Editor I have been shown a letter from ed; an increase over last year of stoppe. Office Phone 1099
1 hae ben sown leter esidncePhone 2029
Entered at Monticello Post Office the Judge Advocate Section of Thea- 41%. On the basis of such an in- CLAS I E ADS Waehonse6W 2aines
as Mail matter of the Second Class ter Headquarters praising you for crease, the demand and price for im- CLASSIFIED ADS MONTICELLO NURSERY CO. e Tallahassee, Fla
the outstanding manner in which a proved varieties of Florida grown oat F. A. MAHAN, Owner ,,
Telephone ---------------- 138-H recent court-martial case was pro- seed should continue to be fairly WANTED-Radio and phonograph
OFFICE OF PUBLICATION ceased. The manner in which you strong. combination. Will pay top price.
News Building Dogwood Street handled the case mentioned in this Another factor favoring the de- Write a card, stating price, make
letter is typical of the superior work mand situation for Florida oat seed and size to V. D. care Monticello SUBSCRIPTION RATES you have accomplished while serving will be the reduced yield due to News. 5-18tfc
One Year ---------------$2.00 as division Judge Advocate. The drought. Since a high proportion of ^ ^^
Six Months --------------1.00 morale and efficiency value to be oats planted in Florida are not har- F ntNISHED House for rent three
derived from painstaking execution of vested, the ten year average yield per ImothsT.B__c_ oald,6_8_NeLiet military justice cannot be over-estim- planted acre is very low-7.3 bushels. LOST: Bunch of keys with silver Service Clmn- ated. During the time you have been On the basis of this figure, the 85,000 aviation bracelet key ring with
a member of my staff, I have always acres planted last fall should yield name and address. Suitable reward (continued from page 1) felt that the important work of car- a total harvest of about 620,000 for return to F. A. Mahan, Montiground if there is any house left rying out the statutes of the United bushels. No figures are available on cello, Fla. 6/8c
standing. The Army just moves in States Army was accomplished in the what proportions are normally used and takes over. Therefore, I have spirit and intent with which they had for seed and feed. FOR SALE-Oak dining room set,
i te o e Theoe I he been written. It is with great pleas- ^ iron double bed, springs and matbeen in quite a few homes to end ure that I take this opportunity to IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE tress, book case. Mrs. Preston
the night. The homes are well fur- r htItk hsopruiyt SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Brd/c
nished, clean and modern. Every- thank you and commend you for the FLORIDA, IN AND FOR JEFFER- Bud.-/-8c
thing works, women, children and the exceptionalSON COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. WANTED-Daily transportation to
have served. SNCUT.I HNEY'ATD Diytasotto o
milk cows. It is common to see a SAMUEL E. ANDERSON In Re: Evelyn Ward Howell, Thomasville, Ga. Please call 161-W
pair of milk cows pulling a plow. N
Thoe hllsin ental ermny reMajor General U .S. A. NOTICE TO WHOM IT MAY CON-'
Those hills in central Germany are Cma ne CERN: TAKEN UP at my place 6 weeks ago;
beautiful and have lovely timber, also Commanding. All persons and corporations are black heifer, smooth crop, split,
the Black Forest and lakes in South- hereby notified that Evelyn Ward upper & under bit in right ear,
ern Germany are beautiful. Howell intends to apply to the Hon- smooth crop and upper bit in left
I saw those prison camps you have JOI e arch I d In orable W. May Walker, one of the ear. W. 1H. Kinsey on Old Rhodes
been hearing so much about. The Prf Judges of this Court for a license to P
sights were unbelievable. Sa S O take charge of and manage and con- WESTERN UNION needs. high
Back to life in Ghent: it is nice F r n trol her property, real and personal, school graduates with knowledge
Can't get used to not pulling the Fanning, Industry and to become a free dealer in every of typing. Ages 18 to 30 years.
blackout curtains each evening and --- respect. 40 hour basic week. Good starting
seeing cars driving at night with Progress in agricultural, industrial EVELYN WARD HOWELL. salary for student employees. Prolights on. You would be surprised and related research in Florida points No. 47-June 8-15-22-29. gressive, promotional advantages.
to know what a difference it makes the way to full utilization and con- Apply: Manager's office at Tallaafter living for 2 years in darkness. servation of the state's resources, the NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR rhassee. 5-25-tf
Those days in England taught us this, research division of the Florida State DISCHARGE EXPERT WORKMANSHIP QUAL TY MATERIALS
There the only lights at night were Chamber of Commerce stated today In County Judge's Court, Jefferson Live Stock Auction Sale searchlights during a raid. I can in its weekly business review. County Foda.
give the raids and buzz bombs credit Research in citrus, soil, crop im- E ounty, Florida. Bring Your Hogs
foronethig: he taghtus owprovemtent and livestock has been TO WHOM ITMAY CONCERN:an Ctle o
to live under fire. You soon got the carried on in the state continually te and Cattle to AMOCO SERVICE STATION
feeling of "don't care" and could ep and increasingly since the turn of filed my final report as Administrat- MONTICELLO STOCK YARD J. B. TAYLOR, Owner
through a raid. I shall never forget the century, bearing rapidly-growing or of the estate of I. 0. Bishop, de- Auction every Monday, and get how those dignified English people results as the work expands. With a ceased, That I have filed my Petition highest market prices. Sale used to sit in their "local pub" (to greater need for natural resources,foFiaDicagndttIwll trs2p.m MnieloSck4 4 7 1O 4a
you a beer joint) and talk for an the diminishing of certain of these Fialy tosthe re Hon. tha B. Bid, stards. 21. No. Mawkinsl Mtcger.q fe e* 41 ~ a
entire evening, sipping on a glass of resources, the demand for more apply to the Hn. TYards. J. N. Hawkins, Mgr. beer. They couldn't understand how better agricultural crops and livelively we were and during a raid, we stock, the growth of industry, and soldiers went to a shelter or some- the search for new processing meth- ZWHEN YOU ARE ELIIBLE FOR NEW TIRES GET times got outside and watched the ods has come astonishing progress in excitement in the air, which at times applied research in recent years. Towas something we will never forget, day research has an indispensable ESSUP RADIO S PU S*ROL
Then came D-Day! That will never place in the economy of the state and "UP LD 11RV
be forgotten. Into Normandy we I spells untold advantages for the, went, hut as I say, we had a taste of Ifuture.
fire so it wasn't too bad. When At present there are some 100 lbJerry came at nights to bomb he oratories (experimental and testing) NOW OPEN FULL TIME
couldn't cause you to lose too much engaged in research activities in the sleep. Life was full of adventure'state. Private industry, in agriculseeing new and different things every tural as well as industrial fields, and 9 A. M, to 6 P. M.
day. Then on to St. Lo and a pile the state through its long and extensof debris; still the Tri-Color flewlive experimental program are the high when the Germans were driven principal agencies responsible for the out. Then the race began. In a few advancement of research in Florida. days we wqre greeted in Paris. There There still remains, however, a greatwasn't too much damage done. In er use of the valuable findings of rep fact, the main part of town is un- search by the average business man service all jobs.
touched. Living there was swell, and farmer.
much different from Normandy. We Undoubtedly the most extensive
traded our tents for chateaux and i of research concerns the im-lived like kings. provement of agricultural crops and
The weather was getting cold and livestock, the introduction of new finally winter came. I know Europe a
Atopsn there arelsomei10olaby-rd








has the worst winter in earth There ucts and waste materials. Control of is only one thing to outnumber it. e and diseases of plants and aniThat is London fog. Here the. fog is mals and soil improvement have augcame ad finaly my reat Dy ucam as T hellaashindustrialt.fieldsaand







bad but not like London. The snow minted the advancement of this field.
caive exermeta program are thetDacm








when I set foot on the Reich and cipalag
reached the Rhine River, and on greatacross Germany. V,'fIII''~
Now we are back in Ghent, Bea- byhe
glum, still enjoying life. Have had o'T ~,,i-~ I '~
experiences that I wouldn't take any- -______'y":2 -~~'~ i
thing faor.n
SGT. NORMAN H. HARTSFIELD
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H B. Hulse has receive d re coer t
the Bronze Star award for his c pWearing This Emblem









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KEEP IT IN GOOD SHAPED



Bring itto us. We now have available

New Block Assemblies, Shock Absorbersdisopefofplatssnd

and some Transmission Assemblies for aug-or pin funday

your car. In fact'most any part you need, Home sweet home seems twice as sweet when friends droa e in-with fun

we can get. Come around and give us a and food and good refreshment. That's the time when Coca-Cola, served

trial. icy-cold, is not only a delicious treat-but a symbol, too, of good fellowship.
Be sure to keep Coke in your icebox. There's no more cordial way to show

DON BRANNEN GARAGE gracious hospitality and make young folks feel at home than by offering guests"Ck=Coaol
dthe invitation Have a Coke. ONE BLOCw WEST OF COR HOUSE called by its friendly abbreviation
expet"Cooe'. Bothmeanthequality podMONTICELLO COCA-COLA 13OTTLING COMPANYcuofTeCaClaomny
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FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1945 THE MONTICELLO NEWS FIVE

Mrs. Robert Cochran and young Miss Em l ib r M r aeSu bsa dJsp P tikT u i
h ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ons, Rob and Tommie, of Alexan--m l ilet M r aeSub sadJsp arc iu i
I ~ ~~~~~~~~~~~dria, Va., en route to Sarasota H s tM rid i hrh ee oyi ansil
Beach, spent Tuesday night here as Ha nteresting are nC uc ee oyi ansil
Social Activities g M C
Job ith Airline Miss Mary Kate Stubbs, daughter Carlson, Marion Merrill, Blanch MApalachico. of Mr. and Mrs. Everett McGilbert
theMiss Emily Glover Gilbert, daugh- is ser-Clellan, Lila Crosley, Mrs. Hoyt




iously~~~~~~~Bra all Mrt his hom inRifrrl.idhgrendMs.BsJ.amik
Mrs.HT.WilliamsofTitusvis attended the funeral of Miss Rebecca ter of Mrs. R. E. Gilbert and the late S b of Msoelo beca the B rndirs Rides
Mrs. John Finney and daughter, I Clarence Langston of Tallahassee Bearden here last week were Dr. John Dr. Gilbert of Winter Haven and U. S. Army, son of Mr. and Mrs. A
Joan McClung were recent visitors in is spending this week here visiting his Marvin Rast of Greenville, S. C., J. granddaughter of Mrs. Jennie Gilbert their guests, Lt. and Mrs. Trupia let
Apalachicola. grandmother, Mrs. Emmie Roberts. Lawton Rast of Miami, Dr. Kenneth of Monticello, is now a full-fledged Wed loel and -ing for el a sit of fciaegabar
DoyleR. Williams of Athens, Ga., Mrs. Pan American World Airways Stew- h
ceremony performed Sunday afterBilly C. Jones, night operator of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dann of Tal- Elizabeth W. Starbird and daughter, ardess, flying Clipper routes through- dine, wor wit ba 5:0e'lokinth.








noonMay27,ath:m0o'cockin.he heeorea plleoxtat flast:
the A.C.L. R.R. company here, is se-lahassee spent the week end here Betty, of Green Cove Springs, Mr. out the colorful Latin-American divFirtsBptit.Curc. GineaileMiln arawandhercoraoewa
iously Ill at his home in Raiford, Fla. With Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Hamrick. and Mrs. J. Fr. Williams, Jr., and ision of the international airline. Flridats Rev.rT. caoiiat htloci.L.erai sain
daughter, Betty, Mrs. George B. Wil- several Glet pt an the title









days this weekrt' withur frind ine Tar-n tth eeoy wieoci. t rpaissai
Mrs. H. T Williams of Titusville I Pearl G Morris and Missparams, and Mrs. W. P. Jernigan of "Off at Camp Blanding and the coup
bnTallahassee. Yonder" recently appeared in the The chancel of the church was dec- will make their home in Gainesvill












Mss been ret gusti has Mretned s ahy orso alhse rtdwt am n ldoi h
John Finney. visitors in Monticello Tuesday. I Winter Haven Chief, with the follow- oat wcoeed with dgadspray of: Mrs. Trupia is a graduate of Mo'
fo aeed s weBuffet Supper Honors Bishop ing description: wte tb roserad taer i a ticello High School and atten













andho brteri-lw Mr. andm Mrs Eu-o-wit uerse n aerncte
Henry Edwards of Lloyd was a Mrs. J. G. Walk "Based in Miami, Fla., the world's dral calderabra were placed in the Florida State College for Wortn
business visitor in Mon ticello on Wed- Mrs. Sallie Freeman, spent the past yulle, was the guest of honor at a largest international aerial gateway, center and on either side, where'she was pledged to Delta Ze!'
nesda. wek en in ive Ok viitin Mrs buffet supper given in the rectory Miss Gilbert acts as hostess in the A euiu rga fnpilSca otrt.She is a member (r













Friday. after spedin sevra weeksvstigMAbauiu rga o uta oca ooiy
Lou Clayton. Saturday night by the Rev, and Mrs. air to business men, government of- music and traditional wedding march- the faculty of the Kirby Smith E-Doyle Pullen returned Thursday Larry Baxter of Christ Episcopal ficials, scientists and other essential es were rendered by Mrs. Tommy, mentary School.
from Lake City where he has been a: Miss Joyce Parker of Perry spent !Church. passengers who travel between theRuhWlooraitan Ms. ay L.TpaisagdaeofH sn













Mayh anddo Sgt.ist May ins Flrece S. C.p i rdut fHdo
patient in the Veterans Hospital. a week in Monticello with her aunt, Other guests included several new United States, Central and South Graves Browning, soloist, who sang High School and St. John's UniverMrs. J. P. Gramling of El Destino members of Christ Church. America. "At Dawning" and "Because." sity, Brooklyn, New York, where he
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Strickland of Plantation. "A pretty blue-eyed brunet Miss The bride was given in marriage was a member of Red Key Society
Birmingham, Ala., were gueosts last:- HARRINGTON-COOKsEY Gilbert graduated from the Florida by her father and chose for her wed- and the intermural basket ball team
week of Mr and Mrs. Fred Mahan. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wood and Miss State College for Women, where she













he home in StquPetersburg Sunday.i. n ecie tedgreBchlro
Mattie Wood of Jacksonville spent Mr. and Mrs. John S. Harrington ras a member of Kappa Delta soror- The fitted bodice featured a round Business Administration. Prior to
Mrs. R. E Blackmon and her son, last week here visiting their mother, of Canal Point, Fla., are announcing ity. Eugene, have been spending several Mrs. J. G. Wood. the engagement of their daughter, "Rigorous training was given Miss mohee orered pel an og te his ea intute Und ates
sleees.apeedlliopoitsrvermhenrm, bpentintrutorandathett






days this week with friends in Tar-. eOMaida, to Private First Class Ken- Gilbert before she donned the light hands. The long slender lines of the coach with the New York Social Serpon Springs. The Rev, and Mrs. J. E. Shepherd, neth E. Cooksey of Monticello. The blue stewardess uniform of the inter- princess bodice ended in a froth of vice and Federal Auditor for the NatJr., of Groveland are visiting here as marriage will be solemnized at the national airline. As one of a groupDest Plantationltn.nt hemsy oalHuin dmnsrain




Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Cone are par- guests Of the former's mother, Mrs. Canal Point Methodist Church, Sun- Of flying hostesses she must know length of the bridal train. The bridal ents of a baby daughter, who was J. E. Shepherd. iday, June 17th, at 5:30 in the after- literally everything about the com- vei was ofwieslTluinhl ni erupa 1942ead wiiarsevcei
born M ay 24th. The baby has ben' Mnoon. plex organization for which she ple nat of laceeandlseedlsionedra r t Benin g, G orgi i
named Sheryle Dane. Mrs. D. W. Wells and three child- IMiss Harrington graduated from works, from ticketing passengers to plcbyaontflearlsdee mbo e trt 942. He haGerved, in
la w ren of Marianna are the guests of the, the Pahokee High School ad Florida fueling planes, although such tasks
Miss Harriet Curtis has returned former's sister, Mrs. A. S. Grant and State College for Women, receiving are not in her regular line of duty. IThe bride carried a satin covered the Fifteenth Infantry with the Third from an extended visit with her sister Mr. and Mrs. A. Sasser. a degree in Home Economics. She is She attends classes in weather, radio prayer book topped by a white orchid Division in the campaigns of Morocco,
and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Eu- o at with cascade effect created by a Tunisia, Sicily, Salerno and Anzio;
gust ofbe the former' mother Mrsnls-.oe mirainadcu asr




gene Williams, in Miami. Miss Katherine Stimson, who hacs, cial sorority. For the past year she ulations and Latin-American life and graceful spray of tube roses, during these actions he received the
J.e eachhepher h upeHatan rsdnilD



_____ been taching herethe past school Ihas been a member of the f acuity of culture. Because of this training she Miss Frances Stubbs, sister of tePrl er n rsdnilDs
Mrs. J. B. Brinson, Jr., returned year, left Monday for her home in the Monticello High School. is equipped to answer almost any bride was the maid of D.onor Sh tinguished Unit Citation.
Friday after spending several weeks West Palm Beach. The groom-elect, son of Mr. and question and cope with almost any wore a gown of peafh chiffon with Out of town guests were Mr. and
with her daughter, Mrs. Fountain Mrs. J. R. Cooksey Jr. graduated situation which might arise, a finger tip veil of matching net. Mrs. Henry A. McClellan and Miss
T/St and Mrs. Chick Underwood from Monticello High School and at- "Having passed her examinations, She carried a nosegay of lavender Blanch McClellan, Jacksonville, Sgt.
and S/Sgt Lawrence Headley of
Mr. ate ule, h hsThomasville were week end guests iIwhere be was pledged to Alpha Tau wings and 'living in the clouds' while I The bridesmaids were Misses Mar- Betty Jane, Kingsley Village, Miss bee sendngth pat onh i Tl-of Miss Boots Utley. Omega fraternity. He is at present she works."-From Winter Haven garet Crisp and Patricia Bliziotes. Lilla Crosley and Mrs. Hoyt Bryan,
bee spndig te pst ont in T homasvillePalwereandeMks emdaHamrsts
lahassee and Monticello. returned to stationed at Tyndall Field, Panama Cief. They wore gowns similar to that of PltaadMs maHmik
ofhe maid of hnr Miss Crisp chose Monticello.
Mrs. Edwin R. Gramling and daugh- City. 1 WOODMEN CIRCLEMEETING
ter, Linda, went to Jacksonville for No formal invitations are being yellow and Miss Bliziotes powder
W. Ben Bell of Jacksonville spent' the week end. Linda is remaining Iissued but all friends of the bride and The Woodman Circle will meet at blue. Their flowers were nosegays FLORENCE WOOD CELEBRATES
last week end here with Mrs. Bell at for a two weeks' visit with her aunt, groom are invited to attend, the Womans Club Friday night. Miss of yellow rosebuds and blue delphin- SEVENTEENTH BIRTHDAY
the home of her mother, Mrs. W. D. Mrs. B. F. Lanier, -Abbie Holton of Jacksonville, state
Byrd on North Jefferson Street. Iimanager, sepce ob rsn. L.RyodDbk .S ry isFoec odclbae e
___M.Miss Dorothy Wells left Tuero COLLEGE GRADUATE y on et Ran Dak U. S. Ar
Bea,17th birthday Wednesday evening
C. C. Thompson, travelling passeni-Ifor Tallah~assee to join her Misser MayLuieRicetre eode. James N. Kennedy, Joseph with a buffet supper party givna
ger agent and M. A. Parker, gov- Mrs. Ophelia Wells, and the group o a the fiss M Luneral ofeissert, Rebcca Deeds R c r e van f
emient reservation bureau manager, 114-H-B Club girls attending short course ter of Mr and Mrs. Pasco Reichert ers ween pink ad white.
M a vi R asti ue ofo G re nvile S. C .,le J. e r a ico i z i u





























both of Thomasville, were visitors in: at Florida State College. wa among the graduates at the for- Cotiue feom pag 1)n Daile anwHnyiaidwizLiu
TRNWRlliamsatsoffAhehenid Stats Army





























MonicllTesdyftrnB tieth annual commencent of Flor- t After supper, the guests enjoyed a
M-nt-e-- Tusa ftron Mrs. Happy Lawrence and little ida State College for Women. Miss iJ. H. and Minnie Lou McClellan to The bridle's mother chose a dress Ivariety of games during the evening.
aReichert received the degree of Bach- Clyde H. Sauls, lot 16, Parhill's Sub- Of soft powder blue crepe with a Miss Wood received many lovely gifts. Mrs W. A.o Lete ofinc Neptun son, Jimo reetyvsiefr a division to Monticello. draped bodice and three-quarter. The guests included Mr. and Mrs.
Beach is visiting her parents, Mr. and rence's parents in Lakeland, returnB eo of Se frm Geore school Wi
Mrs. Oscar Linton. Wednesday Mrs.: ing last week to her home here at thre home economics.Ja
Leste and rs. G W. MllerisiteMethdistarsonge._ son Rollins, lots 53, 54, 55, 56, 61, 67, t ure model of natural color straw and Lewis, Jane Norman, Mae Brown,
Lesatie an Mrs.uls G.W Gilrviieaehditproae 73 and 79 ,in' Lloyd. !she wore a corsage of pink rose buds. Harriett Brown, Robert Linton, Matrelaive ind Attpurus Ga.imitl ENLISTS IN MARINE CORPS M. M, and Martha F. Anderson to Following the wedding ceremony, a! 'tie Wood, Hazel Kemp, Adolph Kemp,
______ Kae ad Mry Wiliam, lttl ____E. N. and Lorraine A. Stephens, 100x reception was given at the home of Wilton Boland, James Boland, Jr.,
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Stubbs and daughters of Dr .and Mrs. Edwin G. IJohn, Lloyd, son of Mr. and Mrs. 250 ft. at corner of extensions of' Mrs R. L. Bridges, 1306 West Union Grover Moore, Katie Lou Whidden,
Miss Emma Hamrick visited in' Williams of Lexington, Kentucky, are 1:E. R. Lloyd of Monticello, enlisted Bloomer and Hickory streets, Monti- iStreet. The home was artistically Lorene Wood, Bobby Dunlap, Billy Gainesville last week, attending the visiting their grandmother,, Mrs. J, in the Marine Corps in Jacksonville cello. decorated for the occasion with ar- Dunlap ,Tim Wood, Mildred Wood,
wedding of Miss Mary Kate Stubbs (F. Williams. Tuesday. John, who attends Moniti- Wilson and Mamie Martin to Green-; rangements of white bridal flowers. Melba Smith, Voncile Lacy, Pauline
and Lt. J. P. Trupia. Mr.H .Hleadltl ag-cello High School, will report on the ville and Safronia Mitchell, 2 A. Assisting in serving at the recep- Hampton and Mr. and Mrs. A. E.
s9th of June at the Marine Corps in Sec. 30, T3N, R6E. tion were the Misses Florida Mae Woo dand children.
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Marsh an- ter, Diana, have returned from a visit training base at Parris island, S. C.'i Mamie and M. V. Scott to Hannah ounce the birth of a son, Gary Ed- with Major Hulse's parents in North; Shuler, 10x100 ft. at corner of Ash
win on Wednesday, May 30th, at the Carolina, and with friends and rela- nit
Other guestsi snrluded severallnew






























home of Mrs. Marsh's parents, Mr. ties in Wasington. o Wau eelfaCh Fred and Dorothy Louise Stokley
and Mrs. C. L. Harrell on South Jef- I to J. B. Smith, Jr., Mrsx.Jh feet in
ferson Street. Miss Effie Scurry and Miss Lilla Mr. Benj. Buzbee has begun ship- Sec. 12, TIN, R4E, Drifton.
Gilbert will leave Saturday for Boonef, ping melons. Venzula E. Small to Willie Sloan,
Mr .and Mrs. Ed Carroll returned N. C., where they will attend the ______Lot 8, Dilworth addition to Montito their home in Tampa Sunday after summer session at Appalachian State Miss Ethel MeKown is spending cello. spending several days here with Mr. Teachers College. her vacation with her cousinJewel Venzula E. Small to Willie Sloan,
and Mrs. Frank W. Carroll. They Wat, of West Florida. 'V4 acre in McCants Field, Southeast- 0 1 f o
y~~aia tos Privat First Clas Ken-nha ewere accompanied by the Rev. W. W. Missed BetmsBi of Diftn hans re-kyol era Suburb to Monticello.
Carroll who will be their guest. turkoned lle f ending ae fe d dat w Miss Cathryn Peterson of Jackson- C. F. Cooksey to Carolyn V. Floyd,
______ JacksnvilleBeach here se atte dyl spn1tha :0i the we n wit er-~ace wna ekisLti






























Mrs. R. B. Herrington and son,M ed an Alpha Gamma Delta house frM ackneo
Charles Abbott, arrived Friday from party. _____Joel I. Groom and Mary Groom to
New Jersey to visit with the former's Mr n r.Lca earned Mr. and Mrs. Andy Cadwell and G. F. Floyd, 210x420 feet in Waukeeparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Moore. children of Palmetto have been visit- nab, Florida.
The Herringtons are moving from two small children of Lakeland have ing friends and relatives in this vil- Fred and Dorothy Louise Stokley
Ne esyt nxilTn. been guests of Mrs. J. L. Hunter and ]ae to James Glover, 66.5 acres in Sec. 11,
her daughter, Mrs. Happy Lawrence 'TIN R4E.
Mrs. E. L. Baxter and little daugh- for the past several days. Rev. J. A Boyd has been returned Ben and Lucy Hill to J. L. Anderter, Elizabeth, left Thursday for Ev- to the Waukeenali charge for the'son, Lot 7, Subdivision "A," Jefferson Pepsi-Cola Cormpany, Long Island City, N. Y.
anston, Ill., where they will spend Miss Mettle Wood returned to her coming year and everyone is happy County Pecan and Live Stock Coinhom i Jckonvll Tesay ftr-wh te appimernfthe facutyyo































the summer with Mrs. Baxter's par- hoei"akovleTedyatr ihteapitet ay PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. OF PERRY
cents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Webster noon after a vacation in Monticello. in their home, 1217 Maple Avenue. Her sister, Miss Lorene Wood, who The school had a picnic at Lod ~{~ ***. :~ *** .
graduated from high school here last Creek, Thursday. All of the children
Mrs. Russell S. Carlton and son, week, returned to reside with her in parents and teachers enjoyed the day, Carl, former residents of Monticello dinner, games and swimming togethtende Emor Uniersty Atlantase a































arespendinaMr. and Mrs. s p d C A Ta Do You Want to Be the First to Drive
Mnfr.ond MrLma DavisU.S.CMarlins, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bailey and Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Owens and ond furlooh frmethred U. SMrineas Lucille Simmons left Wed- three sons spent Sunday with Rev.
busins~o~satoe atTndMs .A oall FielbPaama






























minno THE NATIONS LEADING AUTOMOBILE?
isuMr. Owens' birthday with a delicious

Mr. and Mrs. Bailey went to visit dinner at six o'clock.
MRHas The leader in sales 10 out of the past 11 years
MrW abs. R.hE. Clar S aJOs Ihis In, EdMardSatsLagtrCrsGearr erlBacc
theirlgulrsgth.irr.ortM lrt elnLltoeWr.oal Hospital. Mrs. Chase. M. McClellan, state
aam A. Clark, Mrs. Clark and their presidentofaHh yanDemonstrationaL
small~~~brd ofn Lt.iam Josep Patfc Trupia.detofHoe14




























































l s, W am, d J, o T MrsD Nr B. Carmichael spent Thurs- 'Council is attending and taking part Ae s n sm te w
Theyk' wier accs omaied Eb rs. day night in Tallahassee as the guest n the short course for 4-H Club girls ~T e o ei O 'adpaeY u re
of Mr. aUnd Mrs. Ray Simpson. in Tallahassee at the F.S.C.W.
of Bath, Maine ,and Lt. McChesney,
of MDill Field, who are also guests WITH OR WITHOUT DEPOSIT
in the Clark home.

Mr. and Mrs. S. Dilworth Clarke,Afiottf a
Jr., stopped here Monday afternoon A FREE
for a short visit with the former's
parents, Senator and Mrs. S. D. arie Fod R T M l ci s w ha a
Clarke. They were en route to their orchidAILt. T
home in Jacksonville after spending"AwaitslCaraBearis ca a lnn n h o
the week end with Mr. and Mrs. W.palman gdl The w m t r e G s
W. Alexander in Thomasnille. gD 4 dtEV RLSd

Mrs. D. H1. Mays Sr., and Miss A ~ C O E
Elizabeth Mays have returned to at A Er weePEd
their home on Bloomer Street. Mrs. onYOUR CHEVROLET DEALER
Mays has been staying for severalsTEtshOiSTi o orh sm
weeks at the home of her son, Park-irtuFILLINGv Cn ala ke
hill Mays, in Miccosuke. Miss Mays "You Get oast- h y L eus"t
has been visiting her sisters, Mrs. License Nfmbers selected accoraoinog to last three digits of
Alvin Spindler at Gulf Pot College, Cash Register Receipts on Saturday Night d.
Gulfport, Miss., and Mrs. Coln Kelly
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NlSEWING CIRCLE PATTERNS
marr, Smart and Cool Daytime Frock
._. Looking atAnB to Fr t


INL4ALN HOLAO Easy-to-Wear Bto rn


e tOST of the wars of the world
LAOhave been fought on California soil, around Hollywood, for the cam
Utba-sed by Western Newspaper Union -, eras. And believe you me, that in-! s
eludes the fracas that started in the
WJO REBUKED AT ~Garden of Eden and is still going
d FRANCISCO CONFAB on-the battle of the sexes. ~WASHINGTON -Here is the story All kidding aside, Hollywood has
Doitic could get at San Francisco become an expert military tactician,
Ifire nside story of why Sidney Hill
ianof history right down to the most
British trade union119 modern warfare of World War II.
happened to assem Hardly a major engagement in the





i~wtio that thi new world abo
world eternal struggle of man against man
s labor order on Oak has not been waged for the studio
land across the cameras.
S bayo just at the very peacefuhiid e k pHlnxes ave
onsday of the opening Withi th e hlywds
S of the world peace marched and died. Cortez and his
conference, an Md H aMontewi~~iichs wase~ squeche comleelti
4 what they were up /zumna to his doom. The French have
All ai rded the streets of Paris with the
l e blood of civil war, stormed and capIdawh ilman pushed aside out
thr with the Oaklandslriled the defea
amAntoinet with the andBritishttetonte
nation that this new world labor de legatio ,lmaer, called the World Trade Uin the Boche at Verdun. And the hero- <2
a egress, was merely looking for re- is









aism for Russiat ind the Sanmran
Aecled publicity from its proximity~ ""Al crew over Tokyo has been brought 'i









ailar e ce eein andethen pipe- 4
the c m o n to the screen to thrill the hearts of
arly inconsequential an ce ad i t
i no wonder the story was aid. who current war Codiios slightly moree time










bids the permnen peace setu bya nsal lredmnn
'A securely beneath a rubble of L ~ cur--- Nw tsChn srentuirodtion slighl rer ore ifewo
odfusing explanations because it Sandwich Inspiration for Lunches Right now Hollywood is doubling
l have disclosed a coup de con- (See Recipes Below) for China, and Leslie Fenton is stag-prob
PWhe planned by Mr. Hilman ing a Jap bomber foray against the
adhis Russian associates-a coup ~'Summer Planning Lynn Chambers' Point-Saving Freda Moactur"aydwon ply as. 12er,Us~ch as quelhedcomletey i Frd Ma~uraywho lay a er-SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN DEPT.

wasah sqecom competely inmele taios particular LatinaadPtenNo.sie.
201iwhirnself. These are the facts: __ the wash ready to*alon an Eg Sla ence PtenN.ie
T~Oalndlbo ssmbywa ~come down from BcnWoe-Wheat Toast In contrast, "A Thousand and One Flattering Daytime Frock. Name.J
ely ulnde aoroasly Hilas the line that Sandwiches Nights" uses Vasquez Rocks, sev- SIMPLICITY is the keynote of Address .
Anesoutian, cwitngth o thish ur needs folding and Rhubarb Cobbler eral miles outside town as the des- this charming daytime frock.









sd1e wassaned byt the ecnoichBvrg r erBgdd h oua a le
mem quietly behind them. The sprinkling. Vines es are cool









*lRewhic isv comose offrtbe-h alle nations
Ar1 of the Russian labor delegation hang heavy with R For "Counter-Attack" Zoltan KorstOokland was also an official dele- berries crying to, da took Paul Muni and Marguerite Is very flattering. Novelty buttons ~ ~ DOUBLE-SIZE PRINTS!
gple lor Russia in the San Fran- be made into jams and jellies. In 3A cup green pepper, finely Chapman to Burbank, Calif., which and a bow make a nice fiih.8exa. ruo~lr eled, printed~&
decided it woD., 60n; eve rigt in










the matter thrugl and defeatedci- n ~ XMrk~cprn ri-t
Whtm peace meeting and the pipe- appeared for this film as a portion Pattern No. 8794 Is designed or sizes M. nar











amsevie Sen wasty the Rusanfregemn tw I of Russia invaded by the Germans. 12, 14, 16 18, 20 40 and 42.
RMKWORKED UPON I know you hardly want to take Mayonnaise to moisten Last year Korda took a troupe to quires 3 yards of 35.lnch material; 16 yard Ba. 1ieB a, sile d
Trough him the Hillman crowd the time to stop to make it, but the Blend all ingredients together. Ch~ill the Mojave, which served as the for neck bow.,______________11de up a Program whereby they' family will be indoors shortly. Some- and then spread on bread to suit North African desert when Hum- Smart Housefrock
womMIi 211 get into the conference and thing quick and easy to fix, and yet taste. phrey Bogart rode across it in a A SMART button front house
as"the permanent peace setup by palatable enough to keep them sus- 5. Savory Ham Filling tank in "Sahara." frock with a crisp clean-cut











air. Easy totwear-easyhtostak
a established as the group to taed until dinner? That's the or- 1 cup ground leftover ham
&WRL world labor problems. der and here's the way to carry it 2 tablespoons pickle relish Ancient History care of. Slip it on in a jiffy withMY uceeedingetig heec- ut teaspoon dry mustard In contrast to the modern mecl- out disturbing a single hair! It










~leo suceeld inhamin thiso ot
auinic committee of the conference 1. Puree vegetables left over from 1/2 teaspoon Worcestershire saucis anized wars, the movies went back will be pretty in gay checked fabe eMayonnaise to moisten to the beginnings of history when rics, stripes or dots.
hlnd store Mix all ingredients together until Hal Roach made "1,000,000 B. C.











Abou Hilmn' trader unio con- dsgedfrsie 4
rass The economic committee in- them in the refrigerator. well blended. Spread on rye or The battles, which employed crude Pte No. 180 Is desind fo Size 14
wastore rsia nta of need to do is make up a thin cream whole wheatworld
i sinton, rpretialLatin sacquclanadveealstwapsoflitndtnwres short sleeves, requires 3% yards of 39-lnch
nAMiatinpriual ai ac ucl n d eealst bread. factual as archaeological experts material.
it; serve. Salads. could e m.
Axweolution carrying out this pur- 2. Keep a stock of sandwich fill- i S~o n psdtesoeaeadgtaa aaaOdt











1eein quietly adonne withouttoeag adgoaa
1li was handed by the economic wings on hand and let the family E g g Sa I w it
Il h to th wsent of o mit- spread" them for themselves dur- (Serves 4) Many
u mwhm issomp s o al at been fought for the m ovies, D. W Unlike other banana plantsta o o t c u r e
o r i n, th 3. Salad ingredients are a "must" flaked salmon or pound Griffith recreated the battles of bib- Which produce their fruit in WED.-THUS.-FRISAT.
,Msfigcmiteof the cofrnefor hot weather time. If there is canned salmon lical times for "Judith of Bethulia," bunches of from 50 to 150, a banana SUN .M(CD11AYM(E











!' peidt w o has een gor-t SNA
Sit oul n ee to washed lettuce chilled until crisp 1 small stalk celery, cut into small which had Chatsworth Calif., dou plant cultivated in the Far East 8:15a.m. (CWT) 9:15ta Ibi (EW)
ihe me tord along with washed tomatoes, cucum- pieces bling for Palestine. produces only one fruit. But this Your Fvo, CBS Sttion
re ber, green onions, radishes, green cup salad dressing A few years later D. W. built banana is as long and thick as a
Wsed Hillman saw this coming he peppers, and some of the fresh fruits Lettuce Babylon right in what is now the mans arm and contains sufficient
My)olotov to champion his cause, kept on tap, it's easy to toss a 2 hard-cooked eggs, sliced heart of Hollywood. The walls of food to make an adequate meal for
arit was the Russian foreign m- salad together in the time you could 2 large tomatoes, sliced the city towered 300 feet into the air, three hungry p
' de who pressed the matter as far blink an eyelash. A variety of Break salmon into small pieces. and these walls were wide enough
went in the steering committee, dressings will keep salads from be- Combine salmon with celery, and to accommodate two chariots rasucBy his own adroitness, Hill- coming monotonous, salad dressing. Arrange lettuce on ing abreast.
Sar thus outslicked himself 4. Draw heavily on fresh fruits for platter, then place sliced egg an Cecil B. D Mille used the old brd disclosed his hand. That desserts. Plan to make ice cream, tomatoes around salmon. Paramount lot to house Rome, and
Xsdultov would champion his cake or cookies once a week to have 2. Lettuce-Spinach Toss (Serves 6) he had that city sacked by the bar- S mll u
cse was all-too-obvious cvi- on hand for a quick solution to the 1 head lettuce barians for a flashback sequence in
tence to everyone on the inside dessert problem. ra pound fresh spinach, washed "Manslaughter."
ilit their fears and suspicions carefully
about Hilman's trade union con- Sandwich Spreads, 1 teaspoon salt Egypt in Own Back Yard
zirthe had solid ground-th ir Bacon-Cheese Filling V teaspoon pepper For "Cleopatra" C. B. built porwhic he wol denye toea theeCIO
as more Russian than worldly. green pepper, cut in rings tons of Egypt and even reproduced













athe battleLofgActifmNinithe studio
eqil1i cup chopped, cooked bacon 2 hard-cooked eggs timrga-k. eCoaudeteumoibertews
A evdays later the Oakland % teaspoon Worcestershire sauce 1 cup sour cream tn.CadteCletwsa














'1tearn qtave ned rithou avesoo osraihCR NF AE
fosking anjoiebed io u t p 2 tablespoons vinegar Egyptian queen and sailed the Stuan ic l in a 1 tablespoon milk Chill and chop raw spinach and let- dio's "Nile" in a luxurious barge "The Grains Are Great Fos"
as ileman went off to southern Blend all ingredients thoroughly. tuce. Add salt, pepper, vinegar, that the real ruler couldn't have ellogg's Cor Flakes bring yu nerly ,aCiffrnia for a rest. Store in refrigerator until ready to euld
oThe frustration of the coup repre- green pepper, equaled.
baichopped hard- The battle of Chateau Thierry, grain declared essential to human eiti
a ior o ree n 2. Chopped Meat Spread c
IATT pesidert, who has been vigor- 1 cup left-over meat, ground or lualy fighting Hillman's attempt copd.one-half the sour one of the highlights of the unfor- l t
cem Jutb gettable "The Big Parade." A few
rsethe lastmelectontorlestabih 1tesonmutrr fore serving, fold palm trees and native huts and pres2 hard-cooked eggs, finely chopped to! California became the Philiphi tolspo escaped politel theh sinc
OhLD LABOR PLANS tabonn co ickle and lettuce and add remainder of pines for "The Real Glory," which
sour cream. had Gary Cooper in the star role.
n demanded in resolutions Mix all together. Spread on but- 3. Ginger ale Salad (Serves 6) The Mojave also did duty as North
essed by his executive council tered bread when ready to use. Africa for two versions of Ouida's

















assu1ry 8 a corol. ao eTpe akg.liefaoe eai I AA
t3. Peanut-Butter and Chili Sauce I cp boiling water novel "Under Two Flags." Napo,hparted in the future world order by Spread Few grains of salt te' greatrest fo alMilitary opera of W 7
Ake International Labor Office, a suc- 1F cu penu buteAr enu Wcpgigr l
'crunch /2 cup green grapes tions, was shot in the environs of
f ISatioadsw Culver City when MGM made "Con: Qrewdy he did not seek the place 'A cup chili sauce 14 cup pineapple qet"wt ab n hre
S his own AFL world group which Mix together and use for spreading 1 head lettuce 'raT represented by an organization whole wheat or white bread. Dissolve gelatin in boiling water and Boyer.
~aw a th Itenatonl Fdea-4. Egg and Green Pepper Sandwich salt. Add ginger ale and let cool. Dunkirk, one of the gravest adSaes UheInertion Spread When mixture begins to thicken fold ventures of this war, was the climax
11nn ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ r perap itdsUios'sTyPwrs"AYn n h A.

































,Me did not seek to steal for him- 3 hard-cooked eggs, finely chopped in halved, seeded grapes and diced ofce Ty oers "Aon inthe RAFfo of sff the world authority and power 14 cup pimiento, minced pineapple. Place in mold and chill
Xusri he would deny to the CIO until firm. Serve on shredded let- the screen. Robert Taylor did a role
the linean that eanwreh

































,rwbtwould leave it to an es- ________________ tuce with mayonnaise or sour cream inl "ta n boehe answerBthhaed te7
ed League of Nations organ- Lynn Says dressing.
berries 4. Molded Vegetable Salad action more thrilling than they ever
beusSunderwent before the cameras.
1hear that even the British have den or head lettuce is good for 2 C ps cooked or canned string One of these aons, men are goe- you and good to serve when "wilt- ans ing to stop acting like kids and put
#Ww faf align with the Communists ed." Over freshly washed let- 3 tablespoons chopped green away and can- Your meals seem to taste just as And I have a whole book of easy
tuce, pour bacon fat in which a pepper nons. When men really grow up good as ever! How do you do it? recipes to use with Fleischma's
zs potwerf uld s thepeae setup little chopped onion has been 3 tablespoons chopped pimiento and learn to settle quarrels by ar- ylo ae es h es
tane unti dinnerl Tht' the or-eseu































the nations and-if Hillman's coup browned. Toss together with oil 2 tablespoons vinegar bitration-just talking things over- SUEs There's nothing like fresh, With extra vitamins!
badd gone through-able to influence and chopped hard-cooked egg. 1 tablespoon minced onion there will be an end to war.
fe judgment of nations. TheRs Spinach nests make menus Y/4 cup chopped celery Which is a wonderful thing to look
'4munions are not free trade unions, sparkle when served with eggs a- 1 package lemon-flavored gelatin forward to except, maybe, for I'M SURE 6IA ERE
la-king, creamed spinach or Prepare gelatin according to dfro movie producers. THAT FLEISCNS IS THE SNF
I understand that even Sir Walter dn etest #
shrimp. reactions on package. Add vinegar ONLY YEAS adNv Feeischge t ssetedit
g Young beet greens take on new and minced onion. When cool, add Bracken f yolsfm
is~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~n lunchn time Ite saves you work. DDDAMUTS aer




























flavor when cooked and mixed remaining ingredients and Allow to When you hear Crosby's voice b 40
him to escape politely the with grapefruit section just be- chill until firm, coming out of Eddie Bracken's face OF BOTH VITAMINS aSket., Over I heRpead
AfAor, S EL htdehse time Iftdehee
7pe Brntis rd nin hc fore serving. Melted butter, salt 5. Cottage Cheese Salad (Serves 6) in "Out of This World" you'll AS rolls, WL One re
ang pepper tre uin which 3 cups cottage cheese scream with laughter. The whole ucu-S
ber, greenAniINs, rodshesbgree




























anxiously represented in and pepperca diced pineapple, fresh or thing is a burlesque on swooning som o th f fruits
drssng will eep salad fronbe


























London gathering have now min COMPLEX
J&T and I do not expect they will Sour cream and cottage cheese, caned Sinatra. It's funny, but with greater
.~r mch urherwih Ill mixed thoroughly together are a 5 tablespoons mayonnaise care it could have been another 9TheSrfre,
tmms& the Russian effort to capture good duo for sliced cucumbers, 1 teaspoon salt "Once in a Lifetime." George c or
acklabor control, tomatoes, celery and green 2/4 teaspoon mustard Marshall, director, turns accidents 477,.V 1 G-a
Onions. 2 tablespoons lemon juice into assets. When Don Costello had
I by this domestceftortl cmin Green beans, peas and limas Mix all ingredients together in order his toe broken by Alan Ladd during And all those vitamins go right
~ his dometicselectoalractivi



























%m has lost much ground in Wash, profit from a little bacon cooked given. Chill and serve on a bed of a scene in "Blue Dahlia," Marshall Into your baking with no great lose
with them. greens. Spre .e Yed. d sw.ks supples in t e-box
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EIGHT THE MONTICELLO NEWS FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1945

AYDESORIPTION Deed Bk. Page OWNER Taxes&E Ded B Page OWNER Taxes &Cost
ears go- Pt. Blk. 8 Wirick E. Add. B 248 J. M. Hnry Et. .5 Lt 2 is. 5 Fla. L.
Lot 10. Blk. 5Wirirk E. Add. B 181 J. MH 31*-i Eat.75 Alt Co.BBB 444 1), S. Sneed. .84
H EALTH N OTES Pt. lot 5 ck Wirirk E. Lots 3-5 In Elk. .7 .F. L.
.(continued from page 1) .78 AT. Henry Est. & Ab. C. .riBie31 444 1) S sned.G
Dr. F. A. Brink, Director c dAddPt. lot 6 .1. 15 Wirik E A Co . S. BS. J4 Mla HenredEst.
___________________France. Add .S 7 8 J1. .8. Heiii-i Eat. .80 Lot 1-1 b oel. . sI; 4la4 L.,S ae .
Lot 3 Blk. 21 Wiiick E. Add. RR 484 J. Henry Et .10 l
TUBERCULOSIS A TRAGEDY Assistant Paymaster L. M. Handley Lots 21, 22, 23, 24 Elk. 4 Al. Co.BEE 444 1), . 1.20
who has the rank of Ensign, station- Jeff Hgt A. . . C. W. Har 6.93 lots 1-6 jol. Bik. 10 FlaLand
Lots 40 & 4.5 Academy Hgts. N'% 4 l-larjiin. In.1.90 & Alt, C. .EBB 444 U) S. Sneed.1.3 2
Since the Heath Unit was estabish- ed at Charleston, S. C., spent a few Lot 8 Blk. 5 FIa. Land & ilots I & 10.1k. 10 lla. Land
Abat. Co .TI 602 .1 F. Han-riit t. 1.80 & Ab C.EBB 444 D1. S. Soled. .81.
ed about half of our patients with ad- days here with his parents Mr. and LoAt 7 lk. 3 I os dd ITT 6 Elizabeth -kty.i
hon Ad.P- 18 l~a~lh lay .& 7 n b o. BB 15 ~ S11. L.n.1
danced tuhercuosis have resided out- Mrs. D. F. Handley. Lots 1 & 4 I11<-. 7 Wirie G 4k9 Evn H . .
vacdtb.8oi ae eie Add .Ut,- 4169 vasHil.30 2-ts316 fod. 131k. 16 1la L.
side the county during the deveop- Mr. and Mrs. Win. Dawkins, Mr. Pt. SE13 of -NE% Sec. 30 1 & At Co.BB 444 P, S, Sned.10
ment of their sickness and have come and Mrs. J. B. Shuman, Miss Mary Pt2N 13E.o. y1 Ellen G. Hall . 1.80 Lois 1-16 iel I lk. 17 Fa L.
PLlot 31 .Dilxvorth Add. T V95 1Peggy Larni, 1att. 2.70 & Co BEE 4414 D. S. Sned.20
home when they had reached the in- Booth and J. B. Sledge motored to Lot 6 Porters Add. V 362 Patsy liaris .2.70 Lots 1-10 ml Elk. 20 Fn L.
curable stage. Tallahassee Monday to see the "Beast Lot 9 Sotti N, Add. R 17 osetti Hr t .2.70 & At Co.BlIP 444 [. S. Sneed.1.32
Pt. lot 30o Di Iwoitli Add. Q 1l8 Cl rare IIendo r on.2.70 Lotsl 1 10 inel Elk. 21 Fla. This is due il part to inadequate of Berlin." Mr. Dawkins purchased Pt. lot 4 Porters Add. Cornelia Hiks 2.70 Land & Abat. C.13BI3 414 1), S. Sned.12
heath service where these persons a handsome new Dodge while there. t lot 11 Porters Add. T D 10 Matilda lSo 1.50 Lots 1 10Il. Blk. 22 F11a.
Let 14 L, Simon A\dd Taxc Deed 110 W,,,, I-lowell.2,70 Lanjd & Abast. Co. .EBB 4-44 1). S Snee. .1) have resided, in part to the desire to Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Gilbert and Pt. lot 15 F. L. Simon Pt. lot 4 Porte's Add. 5j3 m T.r. 1.70
Ad.Ta D.d.30Wi.o.ll.1.Pt lt32ax DeSensAd.dA 8 (on110rc.27
avoid knowing the unpleasant truth. daughter, Mrs. Hughes, returned from Lot 2 Bi.k 21 Wiik E. Add e T2 n How el6 P. lot .2 .t N Ad 61 Wn .1
In this county and probably in all an extended auto trip to South Flor- Pt. Blk. 9 Wirick Add. V 27 (Uric lnitr 2.70 Lot 6 lk. A FIa. Land &
Pt. lot 9 Dilworth Add. TT 601 Willie Hag-an .10 Abst. Co.M 266 Ellen o1
counties, there are people who have ida Pt. NE of E S. 30 .30
been in close contact with loved ones George L. Footman, of Cody, was Lo 1 . L & .PJ' 3 Newn & C. Jordan .
while they sickened and died of tu- in Monticello Monday attending the Abst. Co. 6 J f Johnson . t irc Add ow. 2.10
berculosis. Such an experience should meeting of Camp Patton Anderson ti kN.E Ad. I 1 t James . 1.0 t. t 73 lk. arik
becuoisit. 111k. 8 Wii-ik B. Add. I ,, Lizzie Jacks~on E'st.l.-90 Addti.11 39 Phyllis Williams .180
make one take extra good care of Confederate Veterans. Lot 7 Graves Add. ZZ ,91 .t Johnson . 7 . . .
his health; ThouN maIE.hm.t.of.11 16 Steo e Kiiw- Ad. 1. 197 Phl-lis William. .1.80
should make him seek George Allisson, our enterprising T2N 5E LL 86 t
advice and care more often than the Ford dealer, went to Atlanta Monday 11k 9 Wirilcmk E. Add 1 '7 'arri -I.e L1 wis. .51 Add. .Jt 197 Phyllis Williams.0
adieadcaemr ot 1A Bitk. 3 Simon Add,. Y Y 12D lionj Lan. 1.50 -Pt. lot 69 El1k. 7 BarirkI
average, night to bring back a carload of Lot 22 Carroll Subd. .T 572 D,- e bilcKinney 3.90 Add.1E 452 Nancy Williams. 5.40
Lt21 ilw9 on Add . f" 225 lizbth Mcarthy .19 'rNR.I 11- Jts Pilim NE11EfSCat, o
We still find people with suspicion IFords through the country. Early ,,20 I I lorh Add. Y. 16 Ii MCee .aril . Pr N of -e.0. -1.20
of tuberculosis who say "If I have it Wednesday he was back with the Lot 15 Academy Hgs. .I 48 attie L. H. Melbenny .10 l 7 & 8 Elk a Land
I don't want to know it" or "well, I cars, and when seen Thursday morn- PT SW5.E of Nc.W. See. L. McCall. .A. . . . . 4 Pt lot .lk.1.arwirk
got to die sometime" or "I haven't ing, said that he had them all deliv- Pt. lot 6 Blk. 15 Wirick Et. Add. 445 Faie Williams. 2.40
time to be sick" or "I must have ered. Add ZZ 563 Henry Maloy.48.60 Lot A 131k, 1 Fla. L. & Abst.
Lots 2, 3, 4 1. 18. Wir- ICo. .1 475 Ell1a Williams .84
some fun" or "I get too tired staying ick E. Add. WW 92 Henry italloy .27.60 Pt. NErI of SEt/ Sec_ 30
,, Pt. lot 69 Elk. 7 Barwick Add. z 168 Martha L. Miller .5.10 TIN IB .'.00
in bed." Pt. lot 69 Blk. 7 Barwick Add. t 5137 Louise Miller Est . .10 Pt. NE of SE See. 30
How silly, refusing to devote a few ock Yard Report Pt. lot 29 Simon Add. . .11 341 Carrie ililler .2.70 TIN R. 468 Anna Wilams. 3.00
monthsI to recovery of health inLot 9 Blk. 5 Fla. Land & Abst. Lot 3 J. D. Cole, Add. V 111 Stt:plien White 0
months to recovery of health in or- Ho. .T 210 A. 0. Malaikeoff 8 Lot A Elk. 4 Fit. L. Abst.
der to gain years of healthy, useful Best Steers & heifers 10 to 15.00 Lots 1 & 2 Blk. 16 Fla. Land I Co.M 557 Jno. W. White.18
& Abst. Co. Dave Nelson .1.08 Lots 1-5 mel. 14k. 19 Fla. L.
living. Medium steers & heifers 7 to 10.00 Lot A Bilk. 5 Fla. Land & & A,. C.3 178 L. & Cap, Washington. 1.80
Recently a young woman returned Best cows .- -.-.-. 9 to 12.50 Aht. Co. &.MM 108 John Nel .1.0 Pt1 lot 7 Bit,. 16 Simon Add. CC 4"6 cc. Washingto. 2.70
Lot B El1k. 5 Fla. Land & Bit,. 9 -Wirick E3. Aidd.SS 174 Nathaniel Wilson.1.20
to the county with far advanced tu- Medium & common cows 6 to 9.00 Abst. Co. NN 116 Tohn Neel . 8
berculosis. Some of her relatives had Bulls Elk.Wit.7 to 11.00 0 4 Wi k Add. DD 2Ad Du Otiill arNeal t. 497 ]taryniet WiSon.40
die ofiBerubfr.SelaenClvs .6--- to 13.50 Pt. lot 46 BElk. 3 Baririk Add PP 11 0. A. 1,Lc, oE0 Fa.10 Pit. lot 20 Scotta N. A-dd. It 470 IWni. Vo .0o
died of it years before. She had been Calves 6 to 13.50 Lot 8 arick subd . LL 3 0. A rc t.10 t lot 20 Scots N. Add.N 406 ll Yon. .1
warned but to no avail. Her surviv- No, 1, 2, & 3 hogs ceiling .--.14.25 Pt. lot 12 Scottk N, Add. AIM 61 Onec dI itc .0t1.8 ilworth Add, N 135 Dina .10
Pit. Elk. 8 Wir ick '. Add. V 114 4.noin Piestan 1.20 ,3 I,: WIH, Tax Collector.
ing relatives refused her shelter, No. 4 hogs 14.50 Lot 8 Scotts N. Add. N 364 Richad Ponder 0 N 45-June 1. 15, 22, 29. .
fearing the disease, So the commun- No. 5 hogs . 14.70 Pt lot 3 Porters Add. .IV 565 M.lars- I isints 0 lrlittmello Florid
ity built her a shack in which to Fat roughs, ceiling .13.50 Pt. Elk. 8 Wirick E. Add. BBB 472 Otis Parne 7 ._ . .70
Lot 16 Scotts N. Add . TT 359 A-ack Pick 7o
spend her remaining days rather than Feeder pigs . 10 to 18.50 Pt. lot 28 Bowman Add. J. W. Pate 0
perish like a dumb animal without Pt. NEI/ Sec. 30 T2N1 R5E R R 144 ai Dh Partrid .90 T
~ Pt. NW' of SE'S See. 25 T2N F E E UCATINs FO
any proper shelter. R5E J 220 T. At. Palmer- Eat. . 80
Loss of weight, loss of appetite, Pt. lot 11 Porters Add. W 149 A
& PFF 172 1'.-1. Pultist Est.4 20 A L F I E P O E SO
easy fatigue and exposure should Subscribe to Pt. lot 9 Dilworth Add. .4 7 C. Pu .o . 12'10
Pt. lot 32 Old Plan Montimake one suspicious. See your doc- rc u N trn cello.XX 497 CL Polie. .860 ?sBe a nurse Prepare for a Profession
tor. Maybe an X-ray will disclose The M onticello News lot 69 1k. Barwick Add. It 142 I,,. XX. Par ish. .50 *
an important truth-good or bad. t2 l. 4 Wir B dd PP 342 Doglas Parrish Free Board, Room, Laundry,
-Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 Elk. 13 -amotlaloacrnggfom$50frth
-Wi-rik Add -. .0 SS 78 Mis. Paso Reichert a
Pt. NE'S. of SWV% Sec. 30 first nine months to $30.00 for the last six nmonths.A
NOTICE T2N R5E IT 45 HIrs. Lottie Ray .
NY, lot 3 Dilworth Add. . 84 RotI. & Sin Raines .
Notice is hereby given that the following desc-ibed lands will be sold at Lot 9 Porters Add.Hospital and School Fully .A.pproved
public auction on the 2nd. day of July, 1945, at Monticello, County of Jeffer- Lot 5 D1 Coles Add.on. WW 466 ichaid Rive n-. A N
son, State of Florida, to pay the amount doe for taxes herein set opposite Lots 16 & 17 P. L. Simon to the name, together with all costs of such sale and advertising. Add. Tax Deed of9 Elliott Hyans.2.40 A
DESCRIPTION Deed Bk. Page OWNER Taxes & Cost Lot 4 Scotts N. Add. Taxi D 214 E. S. Smith Est. 1.86
Pt. tNW'S of SW', 'see. 10f Pt. NEI/ Sec. 30 T2N R513. SS 327 Adeline P Sith1 Bat .in0 HOSPITAL AND SCHOOL FULLY ACCREDITED
T2N R5E. WW 37 Pansy MT. Anderson. 19.80 Lot 3 Blk. 7 Wirick E. Add. OO 42 I. B. Shaman .
Lot 1 Blk. 2 Jeff. Hgts. . WW 45 0. C. Allmon . .270 Lot 1 Blk. 7 Fla. Land &F
Lot 4 11k. 2 Jeff. Hgts. W. W 45 G. C. Allmon .25 Abst. Co. Stephen Stafford I An
Pt. lot 4 Elk 6 Wiricks Add. BE 471 Dan Allen .3. 390 Pt. lot 1 Blk. 12 Wirick E. Pt. Elk. 8 Wiricks Add. WIT 392 Dan Allenr.1 50 Add. T 431 Frances Seymore )
Lt 1E1k. 9 Wiiks Add. T 471Da Allen.I. Lots 2-5 incl., 131k. 3 Vla. L. FLORIDA STATE HOSPITAL
Lot 1 Blk. 9 Wiricks Add. T 471 Dan Allen 2.55 L96 Lot 7 Scotts Northern Add. Betsy Austin 3.30 Is sA6C C. B. 4 F1a.LB 444 DC S. HHneed .F.R.
Lot. Bl 4 la 11M 128 ichard Anderson 1.80 & AB. C. BB 444 D. S. Sneed 64
A.50Lot 9 131k. 4 Fla. L. & A.
Ft. lot 48 Old Plan Monticel- .72.~~ s.~
o .3BB13 437 Mildred Er~anley. 42.60 Co.5 4-14C13.S.ed 444.4.44
Pt. lot 49 Old Plan Monticallo.133 437 Mildred .anley BB 442.60
Lot 2 El1k. 31 Whck E. Add VV 97 Lee- L. Bill0 t . 4.80
Lot 3 E1k. 31 Wirick Add. 7 97 Lee C. shop .12.0
Pt+ lot 1 Presbyterian Lands S1 246 He6-0icBt S. Bailey 18.0 Lot 7 Carrll Sobd .o i :.12 Caprs ButlerBB. .40 PtI. lot 5i Dilworth Add. .& ASusan Black .5.70
Lot 42 131k. 6 Barwieck Add. T 73 Lilla MLae Bailey .1 B. .
t. lot 22 Parehill Add,.D.1161 PaI1 Blake C. 2.10 P lo2 om Ad2.B47 ulrIodd. .2.7. .ots.5-12.in.l.Blk.15.Fla .L.
Lot 2 J. 13. Coles Add.S 171 E ra Blood .Co BB5.10
P.Lot 12 DiwotthN Add. CC 545 Loo In.W. Botma0 .ots W we've G ot 6nmCorneredk.o1w6t
ILt.lot 27 iwott Add.131314 a t . .Batm. B.2 404

Pt1.-80Vot of1NW'1 iSec.n30
TIN 15 AA 320 Dia&a Bozemab .2. .
Lot 28 131k. 7 Simnons Add. P Z7 I. & Annie B. Boyd .2 2.F7 Pt. lot 29 Slit. 4 Simions Add. PP1 30 WV. E. & Anie E,. Boyd 2.70 Pt. NEV of 'SE'S Sec. 30 TIN
5 .2.70QQ 281 Annie Boyd . 2.40
Lot 9 otsk. 1 la. Land & AbFt.
Co. 11 Emma Brooks . 4.20
Lot 7 1 o0k5 5 5na. Land &
Abt. Co.IM 322 Wo. Broxie .& . 1.80
Lot ; Elk. 6 W ick 1. Add. S 197 Bryan P . 1.50
Lot 24 il~werth Add .PAelia Bryant .5 .10 7t NEL'o of SB'S Sec Fla T2N
513. .1Z 474 Walter Ce.4.20 Lots 6, 7, 8, J. 1. Coles Add. XL 297 C. D. Caroll . 5.70 Lot 51 Old Plan, Monticello. V 4 E.t. Mrs. F. t. Carol 2.70 Lot 64 Old Plan Monticello., V 4 Est. Mrs. P. I. Carroll 1.30 Pt. NE'Sl of SE'S Sec. 301
TI-N Ha .AA 227 Est, Mirs. F. W3 Carroll 1.20 Pt. NE'S of SE'SBk Sec. 10Bri TIN R5E.Y 71 Estd Mrs. F. . Car.ll. 1.20
Pt. tot 2 Scotta N. Add. I1 302 P. H. Daniels .2 2.10
Lot 19 Dilworth Add. z125 Maria Dallas. 9 7.
Pt. lot 10 Dilworth Add. QQ 112 Mesaos Dallas. 2.70
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Pt. l. 8 WirR E. Add .CC 21T sE D.ls. T70V
Pt. Elk 8 Wirick E. Add. BE 456 Annie Devaugn .62 B70
Pt. lot 9 flilworth Add.VV 106 os. DinkinsA.2.70 a double dose of4
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Lot 9k8WrE. Add. AAA 378 Joe & Selena Drew.1o50 .l. .s J
Pt. lot 45 Elk. 2 Barwick Add. PP 481 Roberta S. Duncan.2.70 littlesonsE It's the McTY3
Pt. lot 58 Old Plan 1Monticello T 577 Ama Edwards Eat. N 1.90
Pt. NE of NSE Sec. 30 T2 .8513.Q 486 Amoma Edwards EtR I.40
pt. lot 2 131k. 9 WirieR la~ .dd Dolphaus Feacher 2.70 cagey with his back to the wall but his 'a
Pt lot 2 Dilworth Add. C 178 EL H. Flipper .J 8.70D Lots 26, 27, 268k 4ademy Flr L.As
Hgts.WW 287 Ruth Pate Polsom 4.10MM5
Lots 1 to 2t 1ol. nk. 6 Jeff.
g.WY 290 May Pen FolsomA12 812.12
Lots 1 to 24 l. 8. 5 Jeff. 7 B 1 S A C
Hg9ts. WW 290 May) Pennf Volsomn.12.12 DO: stpigfoe oTkofrorbw.
Block 7 Jefferson E. WW 290 .a eSn 3olsom4.30
Lots 4, 5, 6, 7, BkPalmer or
Lyons Add .131313 480 -May Penn Folson. .469.20 They're doing more. than theirFF4
Pt. 2of NEP. Sec. 20 T0NWeotsalldd.Re
1151;. .EBBB 480 May Penn Poisomn.3.60 W cant, inal(ecency,doks
Pt. NE'S, Sec. 30 TIN R.511 SE13E 480 May Penn Folso .2.10 ta akte ihota -{$S~oq 1
Pt. SW'S Sec. .20 TaiN R.5.8 BBS 480 May) Penn Ptols-oni1 -.1.50 thnbc hmtihevery dola
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4 Elk. 1 Wiriok we can muster. Sure it's a hi"I
E. HE 228 IT. T. & J,5. I Volom 108.60Pt. lot 44 Scotts N. Add. T T 581 11. It, Faglin,. 1.90 job It's up t YOU toA BUY-a
Pt. lot 44 Scotts N. Add. T 5.1 11.
Lots 111, 112 old Plan Mn -.Fge. .0BIGGER BONDS-AND I o
ticello .XCV 288-IS V. M. Polsce. 7.80 /
Lot 35 Bowman Add.AAA 402 1. Folsom .N 1
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Pt. lot 51 Old Plan Monticello XX 28 5L I. Volsomr. 24.30 -"ORIOMTEM Lot 101 Old Plan Mlonticello TIER1 54.I osn. 48.30
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Lot 102 Old Plan Monticello 13113 5-48 J. 1. Folom.6G.20 Lot 6 Elk. 11 Wiriok Ii. Add. GG 6 WV. M8. Girardeau. 2.70,$,' ,.u
Pt. lot 2 Scotts N. Add. QQ 283 JManD Green .1 .70S
I. lot 5 Porters Add.V :161 enderson Graham 2.70 .
Pt. lot 25 Scotts N. Add. ZZ 441, Margaret GoodwiD n.2.10 7 .1
Lot 18 Carroll Sud.D S.n 503 Nathan eters. 1.20S
Pt, Elk, 9 iriDk S Add.S. n 2.70
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Lot 6 Elk. B Reichmar Subid. V 29 Aie DMc. Hugies 5.10 /.Sne!.
PtD NE'S of SITS Se. 25 2.0
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