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The Monticello news

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Title:
The Monticello news
Uniform Title:
Monticello news (Monticello, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Monticello, FL
Publisher:
ECB Publishing, Inc., Emerald Greene - Publisher
Creation Date:
January 5, 2005
Publication Date:
Frequency:
Semiweekly[<1983-1994>]
Weekly[ FORMER <1925-1965>]
semiweekly
regular
Language:
English
Edition:
v.60 no.48 June 15, 1945

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Newspapers -- Monticello (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jefferson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Jefferson -- Monticello
Coordinates:
30.54543 x -83.870842

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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
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Began in 1903.
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Description based on: Vol. 23, no. 22 (Nov. 20, 1925).
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Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.

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0746-5297 ( ISSN )

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Weekly constitution (Monticello, Fla.)

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MONTICELLO IrHE RED CLAY HIL
Th~e Great Middle ISECFIN OF
Gateway to Florida. N T G O N ES FtlIDA
r ENTV OED EPPRSHELPCAN JEFESO CONT LORIDA'S IDEAL FARM!ING AND DAIRYINGSETO
y4 6.[NTI ELL 0 OR A;FRDAY, JUN 1514
i~Newnar 'Sho Children's Books Burglars Get $700 V'ky of 'uicy Has ITeew'ge Pr ta Auiliary, Leg"
Five Weeks' Session yeee atigtif e~r Ij Nu-r Qiftcaeiuqela~CItIv
W i l O e o d y bary received this w eek a fine n T- e t, n o~ tax dei e n ci s w re l A en gIar y'or y uhs 1 : f '4 5 -"4 6 f i e s
Wil O~<,_l11~1~ Te onic'i~oA spec ia h~y Suz yaplriuce,~ear -of agan ovrwilb held:s~el ection of books of tongh ata eh oas lbwt h meia einAxlayai
Sumrz schoo for students 1who Monicll Nursery copa Mrs.~ E.es N.ok BvpesadMr.Afe h Lgo othedisa
wish special spervision ini sonie.nmay b~eborrowed o the same basis tC y soe "om "Fo th e s>aa fi ts -time can ona of
thi the an n~ h i
phase of thi worlk in grades 2 ae Sunday~d~ whiegb andAl exprt inth
fic waso opndMody mrnnheTepryrilbefo t
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bunohn Hexcept'n th moday,, ,' is
Fred ri'ahn thne of thYusoftecuhos rd ryngtovariwt atvte o h oa
Hourat i struto wil 9efo ne y and fromg 3,4t to 6e'lcsnpblcto fdlnqettxsti
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f aildrin he p a .tem Jv~ thei eos careful eerc tal tioh of on. o henw
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es annucd by Supe rvig fPre evienc ondere eotens'fii ay ei cadosdiso oteeat t
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ly ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ trul theeied safe door, atar aeinarved teachn~ paty bt thtee Aunxb A ~ P ~ ~~~ 1~ctlunct
WlhrdH im p on "mos valabl tihat annual 4--lu Shor Courses olr metn t a e
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Ien Cromty to Daipflte' 'her -d I 1~~ 0~Aa $5.65 of~ thiss wastune i fomth
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Nu'ss orstht hehas> been trol aii ud a rcet Grhd at oe' H Jne h andnde vie
transerre to a Ar yhl adasite nivl close Jul 21st,>a wNth Each mornin we la'smes acorin toe Luiu Brpann ,~ mean- foothea long furlotgs and mecber
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his ~arnts Mr and Mrs iten.Mi, missed: leftx hoda m"nn >t eu' aI odto officee wic r sdJ n lu2 e Lfy ete Frstn cow ... ... ... .. the goA 14r0
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~The onticello N~ew~s, Monicello, Fa., -Yidav Jut, 145
Austria Now Under United States~ Army Control ClassfiNed Depatmen
After the WrWhat? Build your own oil
r. eclaiming plant. Be inidependen. 100%.
proven process. Comply. pl,-ns, $5. H .Daw-.
son, 241~7 N. Marsall,,Philadelphia 33S, Pa.
4 WN S-J-INSTRUCTION
Alot Ready-Comnplete Hstory o~
AAfA Worldvet
Wa w.Covers evr step ofa ll. n
Washington, D., C. T~.ales ofthe Town side fact5. Famous ato.Wie for dek RUAL OSPT~iSPmdcer~T~h "~eb1)b~s Bond"tails. Southern Difst., Box 561, Toccoa; Ga. ~~ TO ItT SURPLUS ~~ ~ ~ Wild1berg was fuming abot) an in-~ A*JGDOT~~~,
WASHNGTON. Rural hospital Welt d~el i~s~t~o h ra You D~esire," contains sevenAkeys
and health centers' can lo~k fraway show-shops. ,,h, hwI --how to maste r money eaning 1naorareofthWi~drdsf f~~d- ~ --~ ~--~-"Take it easy," his Miss admon-, SalesMgr.,Box 1173, Greenville S. Car.
lions of'b dolar of medical. equip-~ 2,,, shed. 'For al 1 we know, -this girl-ment to be released by the arm ;y. i :: may be the nex La~ure BacallB.RIZ A,'fn,'ordlv
AUten "By asthe time-j she seats USseiiaios12.W Ite MILLER,
erty board to asre relae of this N old ldeg h'lb ~ o~5-rU hsiea7
material for public health use, firstMICLAEU in areas that have no' existing facill- -', ~4Kn~~i'h bu ;- $~NO
ties, second in areas which have n e ai eate ne aou HEPU BOSAds inPschoogical
of~~~ ilo'1lustrated--catalog~ and ists
8~l~~er( W~ II a owhuawr that VOBBIE, 34Court St., Auburn 1, Maine.
ied of rural and smalltow hos-' r oundeud outa broadcast by dePitals ?and, clinics- that there wilbe declaring : "Adolf itler that Cs EL-et mei teo
liittleequpn~ntlffor replacemento ~ Saylnj:ha pg "Thoert ho eaie65ponsin6wesihn
This poicy was achieved only. aft 'ha to- fol'at ig "The .om .. I THEsPURE FACTS
er a, long ,and bitter, dispute between memntator's views were h i~ ow 98 Lemon -t. Platka -Floria
thesur~plus propet.ybord andDrndd not represent te vie- 7
;Morris Fishbein, .editor of the Jour X, pon ois sponsor, heUniver- SEEDS,- PLAT I EC.
nal of the America M~edical Asso- 'C- '~'- f'~~sl f~ t5~WE,~e~s
A'tin Fi.bin in whs jora M 1~''iyssionary 100 for $2, 500 for $5.$ per
advertise the largest makers of ined- '~ 0.Jb~~~lto lwho n
__a eupethaurged tat thi Sou the b~vi oys wer icse as oe of supu atral iot Infantr,,mpany 9f the 103r~d infantry divisionl, U.~ S th 4rmy, ma~rches through town Ofrnr Is articul iagreeAle hudb
lsea, he wante it Store an assi cnuction with the 88th infantry division, U. S. th army in Italy. Unlike most Gema ciieBen. caus of li failr'oke!,ayf-kW Bnd
e ed gradallin smal~u i Hero does- not showt thle effect of the war, havng~ been left with few-wa~r scars. hi u erospoms On f h
fb-mnfcues fmdclgos else, Goerng should b puihd be- RELIEVES DIAPERi
Ciese' Armiy Speeds U p All-Ort War Effort n~W U
hequ~atitie of certan supie, ver made. A litereue, O O
from accept stadardizes.ing about" he said. 'ering kpt
Bee end neatv forti free e
was~~~~~I won ove -66na -e Lat'ape alwy htfn
reomn nte dipsal of ied- d~ay sn as te custb inthe
ica supplies,. pas ,et rose ,onrose f9. &FOR 'QICK RELEFa
a tfi rap euti insru- fower i st c w r r ather s mall AS Pofi n
canii h' othoe tat-nil.
Ommend~rin taheigr prepare~tFdera expeted soe remar er-u the9p 4prokNa'. asryone T
B Chsa> rt n,~ Pth emrae-- h
S~vecuriy aim lM9tt-fowrhe-a
restwith stat siars wo asbe r-' following:- "Wejp carn back afeom
Bell'.h s 'be a
foe e ~ lik ine the~ieit t~cftrn act;T sily 'bu _n art o'ro
The fa that's ae fgt spiit.:,
nehd, tav te groups will tno travlle i"i a-a fro cter4
b an iu u oage Crhi thte edip- li toFrnfat ndw hv se
wih Rpeblr o i' lewly -'t on shl~&dA)s FTNIS---'
be is d s tohh~ inr ou whgichi~no tthrerNh',, h ff ~
twolin ,ow rsolgams. et a4r Loere poto -sl.1how one omh e ly equers d the tied Baight"d of nthe- asteel talis -re nt~ie, i byo Tihelrs Tri- hcin g4~ tS o c
right d w Churchrl sin Iey -un ,sier Circlre shws Cine, inefarymen aeteranBaioey theseitted th campaign, -orteparein t f border-' cops et onep~l he yo mE.--UR.tii-inbu Lioomp I
raee to7 tto -t then bwith the toss. -&"'go' endustriee m.eio been) 0;15oa.ncpc
- C\~ -- I-Y ur~TaI rieg r -6 t eo
ntedlinver arm i b u~peiatd iints- dU wha is d. '3ow icwl to~ ner-t'~id.irs~t~oaan
4j hspitas n ~eclii., Baldie Ho First -oveto "taoe itG o nermatas'dot'nan
- were soc~dei~t~ betoete hat-kr theAies.- theron
"'Of ourse moeyhan
Backstagbe fac abu th Joe Da AT valu or aver ltle ays bautdh
ortate he was epiced teoe goh to~' 6 thate-tate of affairsneand 'ahispCO)end- -Mco f~i an,iimraped talk e wit 0 ditd0Ith- ok I h epThmCone'h l
Stalnp but bys dotr oaseit P th it if theng yeulle afteAlie. a~~id Bidaiilt lef. Bq~iet brkn the fo yai4 by evr 'RH< ~ oEU AgITISM'~k-~
Gus Belinett preshto Preside~means posbler, unbl stop slenep from mprl hi, EU I rtiLU ,MBAG
trri witusehe -i he nlycet~ wU.e -S. tcopisigherpo wee hor ~ dyaciie.bns~ -ao
ambasszgettin upnc tigts United~ Staes1. 0,raton wencom at~ from Krein. ocke anvsd~ r)?bYme abte l~ f ne h ..*Is E ace, ti-' ransoulgd -~a ate sinnewdo-o ladrde
so hpyto-rosceive" an the" ffi by. th5 o rqetuiain
the5 There nhomld bic nov dob tht mo-P
]pteti orralem thSvitpr rga Pjtls Small'ay bee 6in
-es Thrfoe it~ of'i elne most c.w aspe 1B fnn swsr hnngectlo pist
wer~ mazedto s~ Senaor Papy ~Adiscr~dedgasoln~ ttk seres asa for poser, fr MarnesS/gndentsh -Wshwebinnesswhich- AL-new riend R1r areTORES It ty 81 Ns
Whnms Dispeecfies -nbl W on fin hi? they
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A C ~ UNI6RMNTEINATINALDaughter Bonniets
121(h~ I p C~XlO, o Vitiy SENWORLD 5 LA~9E5' SELLER
SUNDAY GEI S
CHOOL SOI
01oi~ An"KeHAROL T-e LUDUIT aD. D.e 74 tab-al I UMNAPPY FACTS:
can t~oos a i carge withe Majo wh T hmain fie fshe ~ ha {d ratin i lagterad houedp for.frJ'ie i UBE
ty. The Mjrwas determined to hol ersh said that she had, oh yes, to~ b rlig them n thirtongue V3i
the confidence of th pepl an~ e she had, andsethe her -arms in n tm at allI Plce thiIr belsoe by-teNazis. De around. her father's neck an kissed, 'hthem dbfErn id ot lee adcp gtd'byIe.a lyIe
barring carts fro~m tfe city, loppolo re- arms aond her and pressed, her a 'fown an accidental CUTiiiCW las-rca4~1pesI
-cle teoders, to permit fod and lttle and ai glu-y "My little~ cinated like it lse~ yted iH -H R BEGINoSISC Rubercontat a ndrplsIt
wtrto enter the city. Thie Major placed Tina, I thn yo rArz. dehdtp d at]ih rgesa ntece state Inm~uchte
aceiling n l pqces t~o stp a black efIE G e SSO TEXT- ci 5: 953-40,42. same way as an earthworm moves
was tha he couldn' keep his min cross the surface of the gournd.
pamcedthe prior afa warcae es- on anythn. t ~ti h ehr !S i m g-a ascmngazJuead nSmriad note te-FrmAri ,142 oAgu
cape, bu was ton retaken. Germa a rud htvrhdhsrfn h- re.GraoteT oHn otpr fteerh-A 8 1 94 h oa mutO
Pioners, w~ho believed him stl a, Po- a hR mnt ~ sezdits9wholy hda iiateeoi o rfc n aua ubripreit
er ha iddhi epe. that colntthn abu anhecuc of ss' rig-lrCHA~PTERXXwa.hsmn ugttb n h od And~ -rnt stared a getet. instt0 U nnknown, to
Onte evenin father third 'but of God. He tek' mainn 17.5 came from
tom o.f tem wenit to Tomnasino, I;lihdnheirc sh felwsi 75~ shipent in tranf
-adAgneo sld ,'Tomasino, don' er. -on wol -be to~ be 'a wok h sources wee lost fo Japan.
M~sternMjo an hankhmfris idBti wappy mue ad~v 0huh~ "Lo atefest o
er~wt varyin deeree ofi cont pote by~~a Inarit puli byrir "2~h~Q
ing?~~~~nd work so of~ stpi hra See dl-yb' ~ e sshenteAntd tts
'T n ~ a~ of t~woThd einnin sof t w~r af otghe
mean ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ed tha he smld or thati her It old latea~ be.teatronteod f a huigtm h
woul ans e apily 4' uh ,siol il'sX h
avee hu hnmoto he hlrn fohrda bu dmcay H ado er we
to thePalzzoonc t se hi, b- te twngotouton he ia U m mld'w _sow.Hesai I oul toay refo]lowne'n te rgh
-case myw1. oteFrtad hue~o ah efndi p esnta h
L~r dObedience' toGd(v-93)
tta ez The.Z ticpe filleed> wit thhep Holy
Soudsn ge6 0e 'thn tha epri eere bold in
Aso h~~~e tho qg tJac on"t:lte llo asddna eril onucrs~gneaf nssiflctace
anor edr ta lkigaoti it or~u) indmail) i'sed, toErne knnesSomee a biy p~mssg himiiln thei~oe, people thet~ n
while cetueswdde we-ut aeroody." t l sh ofuniorm 0 The fm tuldT bancmltecohtT f~
sehd l d .'thlh to teaer th theo shins aamoinhe offton frr the:~u Mohe and Dauhte eADut
d mitf wa ny 'pl a to an11le ~ bc' an n h
th cligstib tht.gnpo shul wrtenching~n~ the -head toonid epoe uto id
11m 'I nn kini on,4or ae' drs adtePt
go Ini thos anpclsirace.-ha~ t6w'- mule, rerd Chce~ n ~ pri (Acts sch Tb t hey co 'tr number.t ~~ t
Is..ygnel r- th r. arat d.e~e~n ald gtQ~t n seamted tet. tnebtidn 'iv ase hy
~~~~~~~~'iud '~m~~4mn a~ Hr o e ~kfur~~ir eptE ~t f o~ the pea t s and w~ern itot u uuu, l l a Ir d I tetindal nd, to. rz
'fisermn?" trucksd ~ sn t. Ibi~e ,pihd h rcnsllr oi To h'ae et ot ra
"Na, wei to seeteaid,'M.4 A~e h t"buts hisu o anes mind. He~e sa* to t'i ,mhbos uk pisonble uft'hae l h e the r, g- oniin, lgty'oem i clc rehlre nent filrgorei f6,.,fero
mot ~ t ledh toe go ~ . .lr of s th wantedd muleo ead besnde ,e ats the9) thelne Tto corn- aten ubes
Calabilars. th lar o.o,' enjoyedl this l,after pWhn 'thy the r, gihe apleh"Thelbst dfki he:a in defiatly whor wadiecigtpri buthf ooea ude at easeh n (oi a ie) h ei
1*oi is nae shini"T omsn to i your happrt.Erne a~t hmeI ~~ien gai n th eoleirat su. dC~I~~ et~igtera iisyof eyi
floe.r7 t Iav the-,e command of "thean "EWan talkCL Nhree p.tl bpaueGagno ie
an tougr h "opppokhde g doriystre'n tmsa fs s~yn eve...oc e d o Carabdei high& priest~bqut eM 1es(.4, ,
t wa e t outd o f ithe in m e ih~i, oto l his left. crime ape, r his were a.sw
sai: I a srryI al hadandonepithintinhgI eou. tha theyl wer u' er, 'Pten
sa$ eefe t~he o e frwo "that ththets~ul~b blct of aagn trun1K3 ifrm puesstfr ad his rioie 16 cenI fporngt QUd ,1muli ila aidsofty, he~~ha dde forlon, bcaus Erant., mu eseadn o 6.gk. the- chrg~en ave beigen commad, tht I,'Go tHm-t'~t1~l hoat'isy "You dougl to bheoben Crnrpte to..Hi Erat idtesoefi e1eatfladn~he they ouldo noey coe v s-ogoa t aid:th Mise ajo r tiharaelle! Caamellhererrantead shouldhr ~tnio~ o, Piaewt
I' r~l vrysory Ihae ee~ ikd hidrn ve mre~ ~ ri, ne~qda at~ben ndan -of" may.~4 'ur TryengttorIindsoutmtn thougyt tat lkdwirn'W.- atd thimt th blur said. Wck wha ~fae'wtte reoGe, teradgrn-d li
Errante's ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ hi Wlo, wind dwn i etwlgta~tte y 'hats wei~ rte aroun tos th dlretio ofea the Agnoll oav ,s~r~ handlousH ceea of tha sprilN-huc
sai:"Wa wu all likftn e sound. Heetin oni~~ad the algy'i'3r toa 'tak 'e -dto Io't fe; of- np~ up > '
wasmets mym Haven eyesno thaw mendr~ then? thir -little, gaca 1ort ,,and Chl Secrei~ atie
your dahea a out thet, shenc is' 0p r ales
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FOUR ATHE~ MONTICELLO NEWS FRIDAY, JUNE 1I5,1945
THE MONTICELLO NEWS Reeves, Wilam M. Connell HuhF
Boe.Alternates were Noah H, ConPUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY nell, Edward J. Braswell and Richard1-D an u n *
MONTICELLO ADVERTISER M. Gilbert. D 'sn Ii, zu ne .. a e : oc C l
Established 1869 M\'rs. R. E>. Sloan spent Tue ,day and <'(SAY, THAT'S GREAT!)4
MONTICELLO CONSTITUTION Wednesday in Tallahassee, going over
*Established 1873 1 to attend the college commenceentt
Changed to at Florida St~ate College. Miss MarI
MONTICEL~LO NERWS-1903 Bailey Sloan, her daughter, Was one IU y
of the popular membe s of the gradKEATHLEY BOWDEN .uatig class.
Editor Mr.4. C. Bshop has retu~ed A
Entered at Monticello Post Office hiome afer a briefT vsit with her as M~il matter of the Second Cls daugter, Mrs G. S. Roberts ini Tal- r~ >
~e~~hoe -41~8-~ Mr. ~PuIeston of Sanford P
OFIE'FPUBLICAION4 spent fways her visiting her
News Building DQ~og Street daughter, Mrs.Junius Turnbull who lvsafew mles out on the Aucill~a
SUBSCRIPTION RfATES rod
------- $20 oAd lea
Si Mots-------- 1.00 tat R.~ 0. Sipson, 8. W. Reed and
C.A Simnpson wer aplying for LetMDONALDJ SHOOTS DJER iers~ Patn tc o Goernior Sdey J. 7
y~iei ~. ~ f NanaCatts, inorpora.ting Sipon Nrsery
-., shot is seond deer in Jan~uary
of this year. Well, what, of it? You
may have shot you second deer ten b LaeT Clsiy
ior\? authoritative sources I amn
Walter R. McDonaldhas beenf chair- infformed tat certain groups inti mno~f the Geogia Publi~c Servtice country are protesting to Pr~esidentf Comission since 1937.He was elec- Trinndn and Genealarshall against dan members of the9 comsin in the t eof Warare we are wgng
year a member of1the Georgiaous Thy peak ofChristiaity andf sy V
ofRpresetatves oa ei e-ta our bombing of whoe cites is ~ ~ ~ k ~ a d n .
oed soeo h betpbi wrong,,tha th Jaanese people are ~~~'~
seric comisin secalitsin[hea oodae kndl lt ad ha ou I Flmihit' v iedeiih I Am. I Aercanni's heplinevredy or
Unte Stts atya ewscnt yfe war wil ks0ill ther AI1f-i
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FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1945 THE MONTICELLO NEWS
Last Month's Minutes phone rent -_---------------.---------- 28.65 956 L. R. Rainey, supplies-----7.83 and Mrs. Preston Gramling. supplying the battalion with ammuni- mination to complete your assi
7 L. R. Rainey, supplies ------ 2.65 957 Amoco Service Station, Ition, stretching wire, constructing duties reflects great credit on ea
County Commissioners 7988 R. D. Shining, plumbing supplies- ..............144.99 The continued drought is serious road blocks, laying mines and assist- of you and your organization.
at Jail .............----------- 256.00 958 Standard Oil Co., fuel oil ---- 78.40 in this section: Gardens are drying ing engineers in clearing the roads LOUIS E. HIBBS
Proceedings Board County Commis- 7989 T. B. Bird ,insanity case .. 2.00 959 Southeastern Tele. Co., up and vegetables very scarce, of mines. Each of these tasks was Major General, U. S,
sloners' Room May 2nd., 7990 S. C. Simpson, do......... 2 00 phone rent ............................. 3.38 a job within itself. Commanding.
AD 97 D. Dw o0 960 J. L. Anderson, supplies.. 15.25 Mrs. J.,A. Boyd and Charles M. Mc- Officers and enlisted men who had Corporal Reid's home is in Wa
7992 City Water Dept., water .... 6.88'961 Burgman-Tractor Equip Clellan attended a district meeting at an opportunity to observe the work keenah. He has been oversee
The Board of County Commission- 7993 Simmons City Drug Store Co., supplies ........................ 16.20 Trinity Methodist Church in Talla- 'of your platoon have paid high tribute 2/ years and writes he will be ho
ers of Jefferson County, Florida, met drugs .................... 1.75 hassee on Tuesday. in a few weeks.
this day in regular session, there be- 7994 Fla. Power & Light Co.2,2 Cancelled not issued done. Although subjected to enemy
ing present Chairman C. J. Reams, lights-- .....................Jefferson Sales Co., repairs 1 The Rev. J. A. Boyd was called tP observation and fire, your task was Mrs. Arthur Hughes has reel
and Commissioners E. I. Braswell, 7995 F. & M. Bank, paid bills 20.00964 Monticello Gro. Co., supplies 12.30 St. Louis, Mo., to the home of his accomplished and in doing so, you word from her daughter, First Lieu E. S. Wright, Fred Stokley and E. 7996 Jefferson Sales Co., Total Drag n on Road & daughter, Mrs. W. W. Summerford, !assisted the battalion in holding its enant E. Margaret (Peggy) Hugh
Grantham. hose for jail ........................... 4.98 Bridge Fund---------------$856.42 'who is critically ill. The pulpit at position 'and preventing the. enemy that she expects to arrive back int
of the meeting of April 7997 The Monticello ews, Warrants Drawn on Mothers Fund the church Sunday was filled by Mr. from regaining territory. Your duties States soon and will be home for
Minutes 785 Mrs. Esther Kilpatrick ----- $4.00 Mears of Tallahassee. ensta
4th, A. D. 1945 were read and ap- Legal Adv. supplies ...... 12.25'786 Mrs. Lillie Story-8.00 were performed with the utmost ef- visit. Lt. Hughes
proved.,. 7998 W. D, Sawyer, Lawn rake..... 2.95 7ficiency and results obtained were all in England for the past 18 mon The following accounts were exam- 7999Dr. C. L. Drew, Prof. 788 Mrs. .Minnie. a .......... Bs4.00 Capt. W. H. Thomson and little effective to the end that the battalion Following her graduation at
ind ppoe adnniedpidBevie--........1.04.0Msson, Freddie, arrived here from Carls- was successful in accomplishing its ida State College for Women, i ss
Warrants were drawn for the several 8000 D. H. Mays dw.789 Mrs. Blanche Clark 600 bad, New Mexico, Wednesday. Cap- mission. In constructing the road Hughes entered John Hopkins ho.
WarrantsI wer Irw fo1h eea 00D.H My d.C. 790 Mrs. Claude Allen ................ 4.00
amounts, signed, sealed and counter- supplies-. .........790.Mr........Alln........ 3.7540 ,tain Thomson has been assigned to block, you denied the enemy the em- pital, Baltimore, for nurse's training
signed in open Board. 8001 Minnie Lee Mack, pauper.... 2.00 791 Mary H. Norman ----------.00 ody Field, Ga., and Freddie will ployment of his armor. Your stretch- After graduation from the nurse'
sined in Drwn B o n Geea Janie Ma pauper......2.00 792 Mrs. Mary Brown .---........ 2.00 pend "a few weeks here with his ing the wire for the battalion was training course she remained asa
Revenue Fund' ...-20 8002 JaeA'ipue .......20;(93 Mrs. Amanda Gdreen ......20 grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. over and above yorrglryasg- nurse at the hospital and was su~per
Total Drawn on General 1794 Mrs. J. M. Hightower ........... 2.00 Thomson. edyour regularly assign sr of the s r adw i
7937 to 7966, inclusive, paid- Revenue Fund. -----------------------.. $1,077.52' ed duties. visor of the surgery ward~lyir to
to paupers Revenue Fu. nD... ..... $61$107 ,795 Mrs. Annie Hunt ........... 4.00 entering the Army Nirse Corps.
..............rants Drawn on Fe & I wish to commend each of you for
7967 Clyde H. 'Sauls,,salary Forfeiture Fund Sotac Fu wndon.. others $40 C lU n,- your display of courage and efficien- Lt. Hughes was promoted from
Apr 14514 :2 46 8 R C ok ey J .,Wt I Fund ................................. .......... $41.00
Apr. 1945.......... .. 147.20 4688 J. R. Cooksey, Jr. Warrants Drawn on Agriculture cy so necessary for the successful Second to First Lieutenant in Feb7968 E. W. Davis, caretaker C~pias, Apr. 1945 ....... $212.94 Fund (C6ntinued from page 1) completion of our task. Your deter- ruary.
C. H. Clock ............... 4.00 4689 J. R. Cooksey, Jr., witness 796 E. N. Stephens, Sal. & Exp. arrival overseas in November, 1943,
7969 Irs. J. M. Henry, care- Sub. Apr. 1945 4 465 Apr. 1945 ................... : $198.50 he has been stationed in Australia,
taker C. H. Grounds ............ 8.00 4690 J. R. Cooksey, Jr., handling 1797 Miles -E. Groover, Off. rent New Guinea, The' Netherlands East
7970 D A. Finlayson, office prisoners -------........................J 8.75 Apr. 1945 ................ 300 Indies, and in the Philippines. One
rent ............................... 10.00 4691 J. R. Cooksey, Jr., servant 798 Mrs. Ophelia Wells, services brother, John, is serving with the F 0 R
7971 C. J. Reams, salary & guard hire ............ 90.00 H. Dam. A office--1Seaeees. SA LE
Apr. 1945 40.00 4692 J. R. Cooksey, Jr., feeding Apr g. 25f0 -v--aeU .
............................ Apr. 1945 ........... 25.00, v :
7972 E. I. Braswell, do. ......40.00 prisoners ......-......... .44.25 Total Drawn on Agriculture- Luther H. Horner wired and later rac IVo e om
7973 E. S. Wright, do ............... 40.00 4693 John H.'Shuman, convic- Fund0 $226.50 phoned his wife (the former Hazel
7974 Fred Stokley, o........ 40.00 tion fees ..... ........... 35.00 Motion made and carried to place Cox) from New York that he landed
7975 E. Grantham, do.........---40.00 4694 Clyde H. Sauls,Co. Ct Minnie Lee Mack and Jane Austin on in the States Monday. Luther was
7976 Mrs. Ella Lee Lloyd, Sal Crim. Cost Bill..........27.30 Pauper List at $2.00 per month each., wounded. by shrapnel in" Europe last All hardwood floors, Veneti
Reg. Off. Apr. 1945 ..-......-25.00 14695 T. B. Bird, Docket fees ...... 14.001 There being no further business the August and has been hospitalized
7977 T. G. Bishop, Off. Rent 4696 F. & M. Bank, paid bills ...... 9.00 board then adjourned. ever since. He does not know yet
Health Unit .............------- 37.50 Total Fine & Forfeiture Approved: s. all-ltl sl
7978 William '!roxie, Bal. Sal Fund.................. ... $445.891 Approved: C. J. REAMS which hospital he will be assigned to
77Wlantor, Bal... l.0 ft Attest: Chairman. in the States, but expects soon to kitchen cabinets, beautified
Janitor..................-50.00 warrants Drawn on Road & Bridge CLYDE H. SAULS, Clerk. have a furlough to visit home.
7979 J. A. Cooksey, Jr., Court Fund
Attendance ............ 28.00 945 R. H. Devane, Sal. Apr. F yard, improved pasture,cow
7980 J. R. Cooksey, Jr., inquest 5.00, 1945 .............................. $109.30 W Cpl Franklin Reid a member of yard, pasture,
7981 J. R.Cooksey Jr., Trans. 1946 J. E. Gardner, do ........113.20 U nkeenah Ammunition and Pioneer Platoon, barn, chicken house, on 1-acreInsanity case ............ 2125 947 T. B. Clark, do ......... 108.30 253rd Infantry Regiment, U. S .Army,
7982 R. J. Taylor, T.C. 948 Robert McKown, do ......... 109.30 Mrs. B. 0. Lewis of Wacissa spenthas been commended by his commanding officer for courageous devo- ~ 650 em
Comm's. Apr. 1945 ....... 17.51 949 S. L. Long, do ............ 83.90 the weekend here with friends. tin otine r "agans er7983 Bishop Off. Equip. Co., 1950 T. L. Blackmon, repairs ......3.25 T
supplies .................................. 9.56j 951 J. E. Clayton, repairs ......... 14.45 Miss Clyde Andrews attended short many. Te citation reads:,
7984 Clyde H. Sauls, Court 1952 Fla. Power & Light Co., !course at Florida State College in I 20 March 1945. Norbo Stephens
Attendance ............................ 35.00 I lights ......... '--........................,3.22 Tallahassee last week. During a combat operation from 17
7985 The H. & W. B. Drew Co., 953 Gulf Oil Corp., supplies ...... 6.50 to 20 February 1945, in the vicinity W. WASHINGTON ST. PHONE 107-R
supplies ................. 21.96 954 City Water Dept., water ...... 3.54 Mrs. Jack Holmes and daughter Of of Auersmacher, Germany, your plat7986 Southeastern Tele. Co.,' 955 F. & M. Bank, paid bills 6.51 Oak Ridge, Tenn., are visiting Mr. oon was assigned the difficult task of
puptewaeha the incu-:
IL
a farm hand," promises R'eddy
K ilowatt, "yoi'll increase food ,
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S8C TIM MONTICELLO NEWS .FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1945
FARM NEWS NOTICE Another War
FLORIDA CROP YIELDS AND Trespassing on our Faces Allies
PRICES COMPARED -office grounds and We have won a war, but there Their "Quota may be DEATH
(by Richard Ohmes)
:/ (byRichardOhmes)is still aohrone to win. Before
Statistics published recently by the on our park grounds iw canw ter again Bapan,
: we can win the war against Japan,
SDA permit a comparison of Flor- there is the gigantic problem of sup- y B B
' yields and prices with those of at night must be ply and moving the troops from the
the United States as a whole All of European theater to the Pacific.
he yields given below are averages d. The army estimates that -5,000,000
eten years from 13-.The foot soldiers will be needed to de -o ur-Q u o tais
es, however, are up-todate as feat Japan. Our entire navy and
tipossible to attain, being for the MONTICELLO NURSERY CO, air forces will be required. Some
st three months of 1945. As a F. A. MAHAN, Owner men will be released from service
matter of interest, the highest yield- -the individuals will be determined
jyte of totetal theice highests yield
i State is given wherever possible. NOTICE on total service, overseas service,
e selected are for as many 'combat service and number of de- S THE tempo of the war increases. . -- -oThe mor selctarop g row i s mara Na pendents. The bulk of the army will At. as the lines of communication grow
oftemajor crops'grown in this area Notice is hereby given, that in ac- .
information was available. cordance with Section 193.25 Compil- not be released. orn
,I: longer ...son asl the regrupe fotowgnse
C Iowa led all States with ed General Laws of Florida, 1941, the Divisions will be regrouped to o a t n f n g n .
2.5 bushels per acre. The S.av- ]Board of County Commissioners of bring them up to combat strength, tanks, new planes grows more urgent. .,
was 25.8 bushels. Florida was Jefferson County, Florida, will meet It will take several months to or- the cost of the war is at an all-time high.
wes th 9.6 bushels. Florida with the County Assessor of Taxes ganize troops, crate and pack
wsr it County equipment before the units are That is reason Number 1 why every
a mes eeived $1.63 per bushel for iof said County, at the office of said ready to sail against Japan.
rths year, considerably higher Board at the Court House in the Some divisions will be lucky. They true American must back this MIGHTY
an the U. S. average of $1.07 City of Monticello, Florida, on -will be routed through the United 7TH War Loan Drive beyond all limits
Oats. Florida yield was 13.6 bush- Monday, July 2nd, A. D. 1945 at 10:00 States, while others will sail through of what he thinks he can afford.
a rS 286 and Washington 45.5. o'clock A. M. and will remain in ses- the Panama canal~direct to a Paciflo rmerstopped all States in sion as long thereafter as is neces- ic port. Those landed in the United Reason Number 2 is that this drive is
prices received for oats-$1.35 per sary for the purpose of hearing corn- States will be given some leave. bushel as compared to U. S. average plaints and receiving testimony as About Five Months. really two drives in one. By this time
-I the value of any property, real or The divisions that sail direct to the last year, you had subscribed to two
- pgs. IIn pigs raised per litter ,personal, as placed on said tax roll Pacific will arrive about five months War Loans. '
Foida is lowest of the States with by said Assessor of Taxes and Equal- after V-E Day. It will take weeks -'
5. The U. S. average is 6, Maine the izing the assessment roll of said Coun- after landing to check all equip- Yes, the need is greater than ever be.
LebUt wS Vit 7 Min h ty for the Year 1945. meat, for additional shipping to be
hihisst with1.forth, deay of1 D195 available to bring necessary war fore. And YOU... everybody... must
peanuts. The peanut, raising States CJ. REAMS, material. Training for a new type invest a greater portion of your income
avrg 734 puns rais i d Attes C. of of warfare nust be undertaken. of your cash reserves . in War
65age 734 pounds per acre, Florida Attest: Chairman of said Board. Japan has 6,000,000 troops which BSh
pands. orth CLYDE H. SAULS, Clerk. have not yet met combat from Bonds Now! Study the chart on this y. ,#"
Cow sNo. 48-June 15, 22, 29. our forces. They are calling up an page. Figure out your personal quota
ea Ha y. In tons per acre _____- additional million. They will be -and make it!
F da averaged .66, the U. S. aver- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ready for us. She can raise another
aged .83 and Pennsylvania 1.52. SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF 2,000,000 when necessary. These
owpeas for Peas. Florida tops all FLORIDA, IN AND FOR JEFFER- have all had youth training. BUY MORE AND BIGGER BONDS
Sttes in yield of peas with 8.4 bush- SON COUNTY. IN CHANCERY e per acre. U. S. average, 5.3 bush- In Re: Evelyn Ward Howell,D esThe price received in Florida for !NOTICE TO WHOM IT MAY CON- REPORTS CONFIRMED You already know that War Bonds are
as is not available but it was near CERN: VWhen the real V-E Day me, the best and safest investment in the
the top, around $4.50 per bushel. Al persons and corporations are most U S. citizens got absolute world . that you get back at maAll ersns nd orpratonsareconfirmation of the news before "
Tobacco. Florida tobacco fields hereby notified that Evelyn Ward trting victory celebrations. They turity $4 for every $3 you invest ...
ylded 859 pounds per acre, some- Howell intends to apply to the Hon- remembered the false reports of that they safeguard your future se- "H
Wat lower than the average .for the orable W. May Walker, one of the Saturday, April 28, that'had swept curity. and that you can cash
U.S. of 908 pounds. Tops was Mas- -Judges of this Court for a license to over the nation only to be climaxed sacusetts with 1515 pounds per ac Ire, take-charge, of and manage and con- by a White House denial of the peace thmiona oet'ntcen
All Hay. Florida and Georgia are trol her property, real and personal, rumor. Pres. Harry S. Truman said case of emergency. So let's go,
ever atrdan Georgi tietathredbe icn
est of the States with a yield of and to become a free dealer in every at that time that he had been in con- Americans! Let's back those gallant
on. U. S. average was 1.2 ton. respect. tact with General Eisenhower and
Ciforia, 2.64 tons. EVELYN WARD HOWELL. that there was "no foundation" boys who are fighting and dying for
wa ofor the peace report. us on far-flung battlefields the world
Sw4et Potatoes. Florida was low-_ No. 47--June 8-15-22-29. oe.Ltsalbybge od n
- s ih6 uhlsprar. .s over. Let's all buy bigger bonds and
tith I66 bushels per acre. U. S. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR more of them, right now!
average was 84, Maryland the highest with 147. Florida farmers got DISCHARGE
$2.61 per bushel compared with nat- In County Judge's Court, Jefferson
ona average of- $1.99. County, Florida. *
Livestock Prices. Per hundred- Estate of I. 0. Bishop, deceased. P Q So
weighFlorida hogs averaged $138 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
lower than the U. S. average of Notice is hereby given that I have
$13.93. Florida beef 's $2.30 lower filed my final report as Administratthan the U. S. averagerf $12.03. or of the estate of I. 0. Bishop, de- DESCRIPTION Deed Bk. Pago OWNER Taxes& 'DESCRIPTION Deed Bk. IPage OWNER Taxes & Cost
calves were $1.87 lower than ceased, That I have filed my Petition T2N R5E ... .............. 71 Est. Mrs. F WCarroll 120 1Lot B Blk. 5 Fla. Land &
U. S. average of $13.50, These prices for Final Discharge, and that I- will Pt. lot 2 'Scotts N. Add ....... LL 302, R. H. Daniels .............. 2"10' Abst. C ............ ... NN. 116 John Neel .... ................80
combine all grades. Since very little apply to the Hon. Thomas B. Bird, Pt. lot 30 Dilworth Add. ............T 325 Maria Dal...... ....... .......... Elk Wirick E. Add ... DD 22 Drucilla Neal Est...3.90
beef is sold in this State, County Judge of Jefferson County, Pt. lot 3 Porters Add ...M 1 innie B Davis ........ 3.90 Lot 8 Hamrick Subd ...... LL 331 A. Prince Est ................ 2.10
these prices are nlot unfavorableto FPt. Elk, 8 Wirick E. Add ... CC 213 Jos, Dallas ............... 270 Pt. lot 12 ;Scotts N. Add. MM 67 Oneeda Prince .................. 2.10
PFlorida at his office in the Court t. Bk 8 Wiricc E. Add. EE 456 Annie Devaugn. ................2.70 Pt.tElk.S8W-ck B. Add. FF 114 Annie Preston ................. 1.20
FIida. House at Monticello, Florida, on the Pt. lot 9 Dilworth Add ...... VV 106 Jos. Dinkins ......... 2... .270 Lot 8 Scotts N. Add. .......... N 364 Richard Pondex ................ 3.30
Lot 9 Elk. 8 Wiriok B. Add. AAA 378 Joe & Sele Drew .. ............1.50 Pt. lot 3 Porters Add. ......W '565 Mary Pleasants ............... 2.70
Frm Values. The rise in farm 2nd. day of July, A. D. 1945 for ap- Pt. lot 45 Blk. 2 Barwick Add. PP 483 Roberta S. Duncan ............. I2.70 P, lot 4 Porters Add........Y 162 Isaac Phoenix .................. 1.50
real estate value has been close to proval of same and for Final Dis- Pt. lot 58 Old Plan Monticello T 577 Aoma. Edwards Est ........... ... .. lk. 8 Wirick B. Add. .E 472 Otis, Payne .................... 2.70
th ntina a~'gerae f e a Amiisraorofth etaePt. NW'!4 of NW'!4 Sec. 30 .... Lot 16 Scotts N. Add. ......TT 359 Mack Pegk................... 7.50
national average rate of 1%. per charge as Administrator of the estate T2N P,5E....................Q 486 .mma Edwards Est.............5.40 Pt. lot 28 Bowman Add J. W. Pate ........................ 1.50
of 1 0. isho, dceasd. Dted hisPt. lot 2 Elk. 9 Wbic.k E. "Add Dlh Feir27
nth forthel, of I. 0. Bishop, deceased. Dated this Pt. lot 2 Dilworth Add. C 178 E. H. Flipper .................. 8.70 Pt. NWI4 -of SE4 Sec. 25 T2N
29th day of May, 1945. Pt. lot 4 Dilworth Add ....... LL 88 E. H. Flipper ................... 12.30 R5E............................J 320 T. M. Palmer Es$...........1.80
S c MARTIN BISHOP Lots 26, 27, 28 Academy "Pt. lot 11 PorterTs. Ald. W 149
& FF 172T.scriPeeston 0a..............42
Hgts. ........ WW 287 Ruth Pate Folsom..............4.10 P lo 9 D7 C. L. Poe... .......... ..20
Administrator of the estate of 1. 0. Lots 1 to 24 Incl. Blk. 6 Jeff. Pt lot 9 Dilworth Add. XX 497 C. L. 1notpe ..... ............ 12.30
heM n IILots 1 to 24 IncI. Elk. SJeff. Fly 69. B.ik 8 Earwic A... I..._ X 42 Wi; Parris. }..... .... .. .......14.500
S i] Bishop, deceased. Hgts ...................... WW 290/May Fenn Folsom ...............12.1I2
Blo k Jefeson Hgs... W 29 M y en~ F lso .............330 lo 2 ..Elk ..W.r .......Ad. X 3497 D ougla Pari................ 4.70
le Monticello News-! No. 46. June 1-8-15-22. Hgts Pt. lot 9 Elk. 8 Barwic Ad IT 1 Win ............. 158-1.50
Bl o s dd.............. ... B 290 May Fenn Folsom .... .. .... .20 E 4 E.. SS 78 Mr s. Pas .............. 2 .20
/ uo~~~s' 4, 5, 6, 7, 8,Palmer or Lots. . ,. 6 13k 13 .. S "7 r a c ih 52
}. R .............. 480May F.enn Fo.m....m ............. t TN R........S.. 8 T s. sot te p : y........... 2..20
Pt.,,SEI, Of !E11 490c. 30 T2N olsom Pt. 2N E,1 Of S W '/,, See,- 30n ote y '42
PN15E '.. ............. .. B B 480 M ay F en n F olsom .... ................. G 4 r & S" H R a .... ........ ... 7.50
t. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 9 Petere.3 TNREBE40 a en'oso ... .0 /G 8 i R aich o................50
P~L C O R O RDE t, 'S W / Sec. 30OT2N R1BE 480 May Fenn Folsom, -.......1.50 ILot 9 'Porters Add .,..... W 93PtrReirsn15
Lt'11Lot 5 J. D. Coles Add. ... WW 466 Richard R..........390
I E. Add.. ........... 28 H. T. & J. I. Folsom .......... 108.60 Lots 1 F L. imo.
Pt. lot 44 Sotts N. Add. TT 581 H. H. Faghe................. 1.5 A................ .Tax Deed 69 Elliott Ryani ........ 2.40
Pt. lot 44 Scotts N. Add. TT 514 H. R. Faglie.....3.90 Lat 4 Scotts N. Add.ax ..D 1) 214 E. S. Smith Et............... ......86
Pt. NEA4 Sec. 30 T2N R5E. S S 327Aeie.SmtEs........5
W ticello .......... lPa WW 288 V. M. Folsom ".Lot 3 Elk. 7 Wirilck E. Add. 00 42 R. B. Shuman ............... ......1.50
Lot 35 Bowman Add. ...... AAA 402 j,.......... I Folsonr L ot I lk 7~t Fl a. L and
Bomn d......AA 0 J osoi.........................Abst. Co ..........Stephen Stafford ..................84
For the NEW Ptiid lot)E PlanMonticello XX 28 780 jLt lF.loF .a.L.and...". 4. 3 0
Fo h EWRLt1*Old Plan Monticello F~ 8J~Floi...........41 t. lot 1 'Blk: 12~ Wiirick B.
o ld Plan Monticello BBB 548, j" I Flsom ..................... 48.30 Add .................... TT 431 'rances Seymore ............... 2.40
Lot 102 Old Plan Monticello BBB 548 j I Folsom ...................... 6.30 Lots 3-5 incl., Elk. 3 Fla. L.
Lot 2 Elk. Wirick E. Add. GG 6 WM Girardea ........... 2,70 & Ab. Co...... .BB 444'D' .,'Snebd ..................... .96
C M I T H Qa ri G een ....: .. .... ... 'C ...........
P.lt2Scotts N. Add. QQ 283 M'mi ren...........2.70 Lots 3-6 AncI. Elk. 4 Fla. L.
L. C. SM ITII -Pt. lot 5 Porters Add ........ V 361 Hendersn Graham................270 & Ab. Co.........b.EBB 444 D. S. Sneed..... .5.64
Plot 25 Scottsi N. Add. ... ZZ 441 Margaret -Goodwin........2.10 Lot 9 Elk. 4* in'. L. *& 'Ab. ned.....
TYPEWRITER BLot 18 Carroll Subd '..... ZZ 503 Nathan Gethers..'2 Co..."....'...'...'..."..BBB 444' D.'S. Sneed ............ ......... 72
TY E RIE Pt 9 Wirick E.Add....I 18 Cora Gatlin............27 Lo 2 ..........Elk .. BEa. L......
.,Lot 6 Elk. B Reichmar S~u~bd:. YY 29 Alice Mc. H~ugthes .............. 5.10 &Ab. Co................EBBB 444 D. S. Sneed ......... .......84
Christ 11..hPNE Of W'. ec. .25 0 Lots 3-S il. Elk. 7 Fla. L.
oo N R ... ....-. ........ 2 S. H uowar ................. 0 & Ab Co .. ----.... .B B 444 D S. Sneed ................... 96
ofN Sec . 30L22jB on s 88 & Ab. Co. E........BBB 444 D. S. Sneed ...........15
TALLAHASSEE Pt. ,W' fN ...e.3 Hom ...................138 Lots 6-10 in-cl. Elk. 9 Fla. L.
-Phone 744-.W 203 E, Park Ave. T2N R5E...........LL 282 J. B. Home Est...........7.80 & Ab. Co..................EBBB 44"4 D. S. Sneed...................... 1.20
Pt. El .Wk... Add......2. ~ M Her Et................75 Jots 1-6 ic. Elk. 10 Fla Land
ot 10lk8ir'kAd... B,28j M. HenryE.............. 50.......& Ab. Co ..... EBB 444 D. S. Sneed.................... 1.32
.. ... ... .. .. ...... Pt lot 5 lk 5WirickA B 18 .. er s.: :: [. ots 9 &: 10 Elk. 10 Fin. Land
___.. .. .... .... ..... ._,. /.,, __.__._._*, t.lot5 lk 15Wic E & Ab. C2o.................EBBB 444 D. S. Sne-ed...................... 84
- -.--....-____"_____ Add................. 78 J, M. Henry E~st.. -........ 5.40 Lois 5-12 ic. Elk. 15 Fip. L.
NOTIE~rl Pt." lot 6 EBlk. 1'5"'Wiric'k'E. -& A-b. Co..... ..... ......BEE 444 D. S. :Sneed...... ... ............1.32
Add .........................S 7$ J. ,. Henry llst .................7.80 .,ots 3-16 ncl. Elk. 16 Fla. L...
Lot 3 Elk. 21 Winick B. Add. R R 484 j. M. Henry Eat............... 5.10 & Ab. Co................ BEE 444 D. -S. Snped..................... 1.80
Notice is hereby given that the to allowing described lands will be sold at Lots 21, 22, 23, 24 Elk. 4 Lots 1-16 minc. Elk. 17 Fla. L.
public auction on the 2nid. day of July, 195 tMnielCut fJfe- Jeff. Hgts................W ars...........69 b o.........EB44D .Sed..........-20
on, Stae of Flo rida, to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite Lots 40 & 45 Acaem'y' Hgt's.'MV 4.. Har ris nc .................. & A .C .......'90 L t 110 m l Ek . 4 .S e d . .... .. 20
t o the name. ,together with all cost. of Such sale and advertising. Lot 8 Elk. 5 Fla. Lsiud & & Ab. Co .................BEE 444 D. S. Sneed ...... ..............1.32
DECRPIO De B. ae WNRTaes~Abst. Co ................... TT 602 J. F. Hamrick .. ................1.80 lots 1-10 incl. Elk. 21 Fla.
:Pt. DESW'!4NNw/ of SW'! -Se-c.e30k Pe V:Tas&ottLot-s 31 &k 43Elk.n7 Wirick P28EiaehHvny......27 Letsn1.-10 mbtdn. Elk... 22 Fla.BB 4 .S ne .........13
T 2N 'R5E ................ WW 337 Pansy M. Anderson........1.0 E. Add............GG 463 Evans Hall............... ..... 3.00 Land & Ahbst. Co........ BEE 444 D. S. Snleed......... ............ 1.32
Lo"'Ek" Jf. gs W 4 .C lmn...........2.70 Pt. SE'4 of NqE'/ ,Sec. 30 IPt. lot 4 Porters Add ........W 533 Win. Turney ....................2.70
Do0t 4 Blk. 2 Jeff. H-ts. ..WW 45 O. CY. Alimon .....................5 TNRE...........t35Eln2.Hl.........25.8 t o 2Ek ion d.A 8 e.Tme............27
Pt..ltT4NEk 6 irick Add BE 41EDan Alle .....................3.0...lt.31.Dilw rt80dd. tT 29oPegg32arrskEs............ A2.70 t. lt427Sotts N. Ad Lne4yWin.Thom son................5.1
Pt. Eo lk Wricks Add. BB W439 Dan Allen.............15 Lot 6 Porters Add............V5 362 Patsy Har'ris.................... 2.70->Lot 6 Elk. A Fla. Land&
Lt 1Blk. 8 Wiicks Add. T 4792 Dan Allen 2.55Lot........N.Ad............9 t o 3 Dlotl'A~: T 217 Roetta .Harris..s..............70P.t2Sot .Ad...IL 64Wn h 'sn........51
........ . MM..6.lle.Th.pso...............1.8
Lot 7 Scotts Northern Add... Betsy Austin................... 3.30 Pt. lot 30 Dilworth Add .... Q 548 Grace Henderson................ 2.70 :Lot 28 -Dilworth Add .............Unkn'wn........................ 3.30
Lot B Elk. 4 Fla. Land & Pt. lot 4 Porters Add.............Cornelia H~cks ..................2.70 Pt .lot 3 Porters Add ........0 479 Unknown .............. ..........1.80
.A-st. .......................M-M 328 Richard Anderson..........1.80 Pt. lot 11 Porters Add.......Y 10 Ma tilda Ho-pe .....................50 Lot 13 F. L. Simon Add.......... Unknown ........................2.10
Pt. lot 48 Old Plan Monticel- "....... Lot 14 F. L. Simeon Add Tax Deed 1l 0 Weto. Howell....................2.70 Lot I1 Elk. 11 Wirick B. Add. Unknown ........................2.10
1o .........................BEE 437 Mild~red Eranley..........42.60 Pt. lot 15 F. L. Simon tlo73B.13 aric
Pt. ot 4 OldPlanl Iotice- .......... A~l. ............Tax Deed 110 W-m. Howell .....................1.80 Add. -.............. PP 3 9 Phyllis WVilliams ................1.80
1o0.......... .................BBB 437 Mildred Branley..........26 l.2 ilkB Ad S27Wn oel...........6.30 Pt. lot 73 Elk. 13 Barwick
Lot 2 lk. 31 *W in-k A dd MV 97 Lee T. BisIlp . . .. 42.80 Pt.L t l E lk. 9 W irick i B. Add.d. .~ V 27 Carrie H elHunter.................... 2.70 I Add.. . . . . . .I 19 Ph li W lia s . . . . .8
Lot 3 Elk. 31 W~irick BE. Add. "VV 97 Lee T. Bishop.......... .82.0 Pt. lot 9 Dilworth Add. TT 601 Willie Hagan............5.10 P.lt7 l.1 awc
P't. lot 1 Presbyterian Lands 5SS 248 Henrietta S. Bailey...............i"18.00 Pt....f.E.Se.30TNAd..................19..llsWilas...........30
1.0 R5-E.......................PP 38 Newton & -C. Jordan ...........4.20 Pt d lo. l.7... arwi....k I 9 yls W lim ....... 30
Lot 7 Carroll Su-bd...........ITI 312 Capers Butler .................... 90 Lot 10 Blk. 3 Fla. Land & tlt69 lk7 rwk
Pt. lot 5 Dilworth Adld. ...... Susan Black.................................8.70......... .4
Lot 42 Elk. 6 Earwick Add. YY 73 Lilla M~ae Bai'ley ...................2.70 Abst. Co ............... ...MM 226 J. Ht. Jfohnson .......... .........3.00 Ptd............. N E e.B 453ac0ilas..........54
Pt o 2Prhl d... D.iPu lk....................2.10 Pt. lot 5 Scotts N. Add .........I 448 Sam James ..............".........1.10 .......of.SE ..Sec. 303 a.WllasEt........42
Pt. ot 28 Boanil Add . 6 a l B a e . . . . . .015
PLot 28 DBowmes Add.........I "43, Butler Blood .......................4Pt. Elk. 8 Wirick B. Add. T 438 Lizzie Jackson Est ..............3.90 ]6t2N7& RB...........W13 a. ilim st......nd..42
Lot J.D. C~esAdd...... 5 173 Elvirn Blood..............0Lot 7 Graves Add ...........ZZ 591 Kate Johnson ...................7.50 & tAb7st. Elk... ....... Land-ig ilas .......10
Lot 27 Dilworth Add. DD 147 :Est. L. W. Boatman'- -..:: .2.0 Pt. SB' of 'SW'4 Sec. '19&AbtCo..............lmn Wiias........10
Pt. lot 12 Scotts ,N. Add. .... CC 345 Louvinia Boatman ...............1.50 TlkN R9 .. e']:ld. .'........LL 160 Stephen King ..................1.80 Pt. lot 62 Elk. 11 Barwick
Pt. NW'!4 of NW'! 'Sec. 30 Ek9.WrkB.Ad.....V 27 Carrie, H. Lewis ...... ..........5.10 'o Ad........3 l.. &s......Y45Fni Wlias.........20
T2N R5E ...... .............AA 310Daa3zmn...........0 Lot 39 Elk. 3 ISimon Add. .. YY 129 Dan Lane .......................1.50 Lo l...3.......L. &a....J 75laWiims ........ .8
L ot 8 El 7 im on A dd P 27 w .n B A e a .. B o............ .7 0 L ot 22 C arroll Subd ......... T T 572 D ave M cK inney ................. 3.90 P t. N B'!4 of S E '! Sec. 30 47 El a W l i n . . . . . .8
Pt 2E8! ofk 71 Secn A. 32 .T2NAni od .0 Lot 20 Dilworth Add......SS 16 Robt. MoQueen .......... ........2.40
Pt.~NEAt lot 29 Eflk'. 4 StinOnse 0Add., PP 30 W. B. & Annie BD. Boyd..........2.70 Lot 21 Elk. 9 Simon Add.":". Y 325 Elizabeth McCarthy............. 3.90 Pt.T2NEz/'!4 of" "Si'A'"Sec. "30II48orei ilas.......30
LoEt ...........'."......a...'AbtQQ 281 Annie Boyd ......................2.40 L~t 1W5 ofdeb NE'4 ..ec. 30 -8 ~ateL .M~hny...21 T2N R5E ...................II 468 Conea illiams.................3.00
Lot 15.Acad.my..g.............I 4849MartimL.BH.oMc .h.nn..........2.10.j.T2N20lPE....................Ir468 AnnaLWilliams.................'3.0
Lot7 Bk. Fa. Lan &T2NR5E....... ..:..NV 35 . M~al ............. 8.0 Lot 3 J. D. Coes Add.......V 113 Stephen White..................5.10
LotE. 3l. Lad&AA. maBok............42 ........................ 35 5. L.nr Malloy..........o....... 48.40 Lo A.Elk.4.L. Abst..... &M57JJ .Wie.........18
o..................6:rii'l'E J J'~ 1912Wm rxe...........18 os1 2 .4Bk 8Wt os nl l.1 l.L
Lot Elk 5 Fa. Lnd.&Pt.i.6.Ek..1.Wirck&B -C....................M 55 78 Jn. & a. Whit.............1.80
]Lot 24 D ilw orth A dd .......... ... ... .Am9 B ryan .. . . . .....50 ibk A dd .............. V. W W 92 H enry M alloy ....... ..... ........27.60 & o ... .. .. .. ... d J 178 43 L & a W ashington .............. 82.0
Sof SE'4 Sec. 30 T2.N eia ry rt .... .... 51 P o 69 lk. 7 arwick Add. Z 378M r Lous Miller Rt.............. 5.10 lk. 9 W irick Add........ SS 374 Nathaniel Wilson............... 1.20
8,J.D. Colbs Add.: ZZ497 WT altr1 Co......... ........4.0Pt. lot 69 Elk. 7 Earwick Add. Z 538Mrh Lou Miller.t............... 5 lt7Ek06SmnAd.C 3 .Wsigon.........27
. .... n Motclo.-X27C P arl................ZZ44rlerCe...... ..70 Pt. lot 29 Simon Add........H] 341 Car-rie Miller.................... 2.70 Pt. lot 2 Elk. 21 Wirick B.
manloniel. V 4Est. Mrs. F. W. Carroll............2.70 Lo ,9 ..k...a..and&.A r .Add ....... ....... ..........FF 497 Margaret rilson ...............2.40
j4 P lan! Monticello. V 4 Est. Mrs. F. W. Carroll .... .....1.80 ....'.&" .'l." 'F'.'.and.TT 240 A. G. Malaikeoff................ 1.80 P~t. lotl~ 20 Scotts N. Add.... NI 0470 Wmi.~m YYoung........ ................ 2.10
AA. S S : 2 27 & Abst. Co. -. .. .... D)ave Nelson ................1.08 Lot 18 Dilwrorth Add.... N 125 Dioah Young.................... 5.10
-' ........S Sec. 30A 2 ..... Est. Mrs. F. W. Carroll.......1.20' Lot A Elk. 5 Fla Land .... E. S. WRIGHT, Tax C ollector
o, *~~,.Atist. Co.-..... .............MM 108 Johi,' Nee1l.......................1.80 ]No. 45-Jgne 1, 8, 15, 229, 29. M5/onticello, Florida.




FIAJN1519 THE MO1NTICE~LLO 14M9 SEVEN
Mr. ,and Mrs. F. J. Friebel of Tam- IThe Rev, and Mrs. Milton Wyatt! honor, and Harry Silverthione was and will return to Tampa to reside. pa, who are speriding this week in 1and daughter, Nancy, of~ Arcadia, best man.Tebrd sagdutofheMn Lamont with Mr. and Mrs. D. W. visited their sister-in-law, Mr~s. H. S. Following the ceremny a wedding ticello High School and has lived in Socal A t ~Shealey, were dinner guests Tuesday~ Anderson, Thursday. They were~ en breakfast was served at the home of
S ca A ctii ies evening of Mr. and Mrs. John Finney. route to Quincy for visit. the bride's uicle' and aunt, Mr. and Tamipa for several years where she
7 ~ Mrs. J. I. Davis. The couple left for was bookkeeper fo Tampa ___________________________________________ AMM3/c N'ormna Adams, who has -Miss Margueprite Scruggs who re- a ,week's honeymoon at Clearwater company. The groom is purchasing 'been spendig two weeks with her Teently completed her three .years'.Beach. Theyr are spending this week agenat for I. W. 'Phililps and company Lt. and Mrs. W. M. Scrumggs, Jr., L. A Delp of L~eon Tung Orchard s1 parents, Dr.~ and Mrs. E.~ B. Adams, nurses' trainiing course, arrived Wed-with tebiesprnsi aotTma
are~ spending- this week at Clearwater copn lf riday on a business Ileft Tuesday for' Pensacola where she! nesday from Nashville, Tenn., and is, tebiesprns naotTma Beach. rip toetroit. is stationed at tI aa i ae.a oewt e pareitsn Mr and
M___ ~rs. W. M. Scruggs, aatn res
MrT1s. Ernest Clark setthe week t Ms. T. L. Clarke, Sr., is visiting frmteNay h has5 enisted as
withher si~ ent rs.H. Burt Bassett and sons, Bur~t a Navy nrev h
end wihhrsseMrs. C. D, ran-,i allaasse as the guest of Mr, 4im~a~rle~h~ ~ire
'J.,an T he air home r t homeC u l 'wit Ric-aei'~ M*o 'an
N Baa ett a Navy pilot, has been re-, L(oai t\wrenc avd ,/ ,~LV ONC&E U
Mrs G. W. Morgan is in Tamapa Mlr. ah ors. J.j D.s SrItrndPoPaifc
wth~ e brteHmrMrafrget atwek the latter's brother, heewt I n motr, rs., P, OFTEDSW'IPIR O
a moth' vist. nd iste-inlawMr. and Mrs. ,Lin-,
wo___od Joe f Godwin, N. C. Mrs. Wiler W. Bassett; and daugh- grtller oficr has been serin bADM11
!tr uyLee, of Umatmila, are com-,wt t~ahe First rmny in G1ermay and W WZ LADE IN TIN
Ms. Thoma~s P. Dpanni f Tllsahas'- jg9 ,i te'oeofM.ep~ofet'
~see sent Sunday herewit Mr. an r.F.A aanr.C A. Bisl! ad Ms. W.W. Bassett ajor BasIeii afer his visit athome,"
Mrs. B J.Harick.op MrC Crroll Sr, ad Mrs MEv~ VENUPlnSOE feHECAE
"se.ttrg e is stil in Germanyexpects WEE OLsT P=n SOWS' ILE
w e.' M. to retur ao the Stte in the ofll
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fresh fruits liberally in place of heavy The attitude expressed by those nothing seems to have been accom- learn to live together as nations as
desserts that call for sugar. A fruit 1oo Late to- who make those' silly protests today plished at that conferenite that gives we live together as states. We must
salad topped by a dressing mixed are largely responsible for the wide- 'any hope of world peace and secur- begin educating the youth of the
HEALTH N OTES with fruit juice does double duty as (Continued from Page Four) spread death and destruction that ity. So long as the big powers insist world to their individual responsible.
Dr. F. A. Brink, Director a refreshing, salad and dessert. the dastardly attack on Pearl Harbor. has visited the world in the last four on the right to do as they please and ity as citizens FIRST of that .world,
2. Save sirup from canned'fruit to cure information that was later used years. Had those people united their ignore the balance of the world there 'then of their nation, state and muniRAPID TREATMENT sweeten other fruit, sauces or bever- against us with telling effect. They efforts in a fight against the inter- can be no permanent peace, dipality.
patients ages. even accepted the generous gifts of national greed, intolerance and hate It is evident thatouibleadership has We must estab
thes Amria Rid Crossn andt insteaderi has Wems salish IEnternational
se rmt oun the Rapid 3. Be are oall the American R Cross and instead that have brought on this, holocaust yet to learn that peae can only come law and order that serves our need
Treat center at Ocala .is yet dissolved, to get its full sweetness. of using this material to relieve the and tried fo bring about a better un- through mutual uiderstanding and as effectively as does national law.
all.met is r enough, however A sugar sirupgoes farther tha plain suffering of their own people, carried derstanding between men instead of fair play. As long as nations insist International law not for nations, but to convince us of its value, sugar in sweetening iced, tea or fruit t with n to the Philippines as exerting all their efforts to convert a on keeping other nations as'serfs and 'for individual of all nations. Only
iuitch.fTo prepare s gaf simp heat captured supplies have since disclos- few isolated individuals scattered slaves, subject to their will; as long thed ban we reach and deal }vith the
Pcarsons goings therec reai 'forr will auch Ton prepar s'gar swep heatadelihh
Persons going there remain for ap- eual. Ts pugar sid sir hut ed. here and there about the globe, a lot as the little peoples of the world are 'criminals whose acts bring war to
if ~ roiirntelytenday. 'Te teatentequal parts sugar a'nd vrter until 'i
approximatelyy tenidays. The treatment sugar is ompletel dissolved. Keep The Good Book tells us that "those more go drugs that have been in use by ph- by the sword ap took up the The outlo for the future is fai for strife, bloodshed and destruction tothe is liki iting t destroy
Mcas n i'th oalcinc. Refrigerator. Corn sirup may also be by the wword. is lapaie tookin tp thestThey
sicians and in the local clinics. 'The sed to sweeten summer drinks. rry sword, by her own choice. The sword from bright. National selfishness, as is evidenced today in the near east. a mad-dog until has hn pportunsome iced beverages without sugar. ty wlch they must perish is wielded prides and greed has raised its ugly Some day perhaps we will solve ity to bite everybody in the neighcareful supervision anUd patients are o cby America and an person who head in San Francisco and so far the problem of world fellowship and' borhood.
under constant observation. Unpleas- 4.- Cook cereals wit~h pr~unesf~, rais sek osa htsod wil fI________________________ant reactions are few and the hazards ins or dates, and serve 'vithout sugar. thwart the'will of DiVine justice. of the earlier forms of rapid treat- 5. Use fewer Or no frostings on meant have beei eliminated. I cakes. lon't frost the, sides.. Itis unfortunate that in war Tm ny
ment~~~Dn' frebeneeiintd
the Ocala cener is operated' under '6. -erve sweet yeast breads, such innocent souls, helplessly carried by the auspices of the State Board of as cinhamon' rolls; and sweet 'quick the tide, are, made victims of the Health. Patients with early, early breads 'occasionally, instead. of more brutality and injustice that follow in latent and congenital -syphilis who 'sugar-consuming cakes and pies, h'taeo he"orHree,'
have had little or no treatment are n Make desserts that use honey, yet as long as we insist on maintainacceptable' for treatment. They re-. molasses, soighum, corn or other ing our present system of selfish nattuar 1e0me after treatment s well sirups when these are available. ionalism with its greed, hate, intlS pleased tat oth wo hear o the 8. Stretch sugar in baked. goods ,erance anid 'selfishness, we must look ith honey, 'molasses, corn or. Other for 'wars and rumors of wars and ar6 eager to go. Only a few who sirups. Honey ,ny replace sugar each combat takes in more helpless' knowaittle, 'abqut the place or wvho cup forcup, but use half the quantity victims and broadens its scope of desare backward about having hoize for of other hquid called for in original t i personal reasons have any hesitation recipe-and keep'baking temperature 't
about accepting the trip and treat- moderate. Corn, cane or maple sirups Subscribe to
abunt, ocfetin. th trpadtr t can replace sugar 'measure for measifn offeredhe.o tielo~N w
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