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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.52 July 13, 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.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
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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wabs Noffepred by Mrs. John Cook. ower H~frXouse. Mrs. Palmer anMs. Sc tt
Excellent reports of: th~e ac ti ie Idg Editor Receives- accomdte touit and~ the awkin
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teachr, gae~ a~ outihe Beerory; one hardware store, th~at of
Social Acivities tachdr ogavezi an othie of thwrkMs. Arthur Curtis and M~rs. John I Messs Crawford and4 Pearce; fou houeve aseisrtobej fon in, any towne
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SECTIONSECTION
SECTION THE MONTICELLO NEWS
__MONTICELLO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1945
Jefferson Theater Will Open Saturday, July 14 With Showing of "Renegades of the Rio Grande"
tine the building work had gotten
Much Credit Due Owners and workmen tell underway several items had be n
located and purchased. And for te
For Early Opening of Jefferso Theatre opening date the theatre is completeFollowing Disastrous Fire Last March ly equipped with machinery which is
a 50% improvement over -the old type
nlwhich was in the theatre prior to ,the The Jefferson Theatre, newly re- was purchased. Mr. Carnation re- fire. built and remodeled after having been mained in Starke and is manager of damaged by fire several weeks ago, *
will open its doors to the public on the Park Theatre there.
san Areel Close toth
Saturday, July 14, at 2:30 for a mat- It was largely due to the exper- Many Are Closer to nice showing of "Renegades of the ience of these two men in theatre opRio Grande," followed by the usual eration and to the cooperation of the Wearing This Emblem S evening show and a midnight show at United Theatres Corporation in SATURDAY 14
11:30 Although work on the build- Tampa that splendid equipment has -uly
ing has not been completed, regular been obtained for the new Jefferson schedules of shows will be maintained Theatre. Under war-time restrictions throughout the week with the excep- there has been little manufacturing tion of matinees on week days. Eve- of projectors for civilian use, and it RENEGADES OF TME RIO GRANDE
ning shows will-begin at 6 o'clock. was only through the wide contacts Scheduled for Sunday afternoon of the men and their supply firm and evening and for Monday evening that they were able to obtain the exis "Here Come the Co-Eds," an Ab- cellent machines which have been in- with
bott and Costello comedy, with'Phil stalled here. Spitalny and his all girl orchestra. Immediately after the fire destroy- Rod Cameron
In addition, the newest March of ed the old theatre, the search for new Time release, "Teen-Age Girls," will equipment was begun, and by the give the audience an opportunity to see what the youngsters go for, what **_ __"_ __ ___.they frown upon, their tastes in music and reading matter and their hobbies. The scenes were filmed in accordance with the dictates of a group of
youngsters who sat in with the pro-1 ducers and acted as an advisory MIDNIGHT SHOW- Saturday-Begins 11:30
board.
As the noise of work being done
upon the building will interfere with We furnished the mechanical
enjoyment of the picture, no mati-
Snees will be scheduled during week equipment for the new Jefferson HERE COME THE CO-EDS!
days. 1 DS1
The worlk of remodeling and re- Theatre, and
building the Masonic Temple, a twostory brick building in which the Jef- with Abbott & Costello
ferson Theatre is located is being done by I. W. Shepherd and son, local
dContinue by I. n Shepherd ad Sec. 2) o We congratulate the owners Phil Spitalny and his All-Girl Orchestra
Managers Find upon being able to obtain the finest,
Experience Helpful even under wartime conditions.
Getting Equipment &
The old, Katherine Theatre which .. .. .SUNDAY & IV NDAY-Ti.lyT5_.
was destroyed by. fire on March 2th ;-q has arisen in new garb and under the new name, Jefferson Theatre. Iid
The theatre fferwas purchased by S. United Theatre Supply Corporation 'R
K. Stratos and his partner, N. W. eiE p e
Carnation on March 1, 1942, Messrs. "The Best in Theatre Equipment .
Stratos and Carnation are owners of 110 Franklin St.Tamp
the Park Theatre in Starke,.and Mr. 1 F S Ht
Stratos and his family moved here from Starke shortly after the show :t : "
MARCH OF* TIME
*
NEWS CARTOON'
From the ruins of the old NEWS CARTOON
Katherine Theatre
TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY-July 17-18
has arisen
a newer
MY PAL WOLF
more modern
better equipped with Sharyn Moffett
Jill Esmone & Una O'Connor
rI
COMEDY CARTOON
THURSDAY & FRIDAY--July 19-20
MOONLIGHT .and CACTUS HEARTIEST CONGRATULATIONS Andrews Sisters & Leo Carillo
also
HENRY LUMBER COMPANY NEWS COMEDY CARTOON
Monticello, Florida




TWO THE MONTICELLO NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1945
t Com rt fo Pn set "Too Late To Classify" experience in every gory detail, hi I had never taken a drink before the same time I think I can understand
dad's feelings, are hurt. 1war. I knew it would hurt the folks, the viewpoint of his parents.
ti ,When Selecting -Y ByRussell RayL He wants to get a job and go to but I couldn't help it-IfI had pulled thought of calling on his father and
Consldei on When Selecting ByRussell.. ay Iwork and forget as far as he can, a trick like that before I joined the having a talk with him, but figured it
fl se o eer my pat a ew but no. He must not think of such sv Dd w d have beat me to wouldn't do much good and I never
Equipment a thing. He must REST and have a.Iwas.hoping. e would this I liked butting in on other people's afhood kid, an average American boy, I as
no d. n fm m. I FUN. He tqld how his Dad had In- time. I would have taken it and fairs.
Th different f" i mlo o o sisted on taking him to a luncheon liked it, for it would be like- old times, I p t y i
Tenew Jefferson Theatre will These will keep a steady flow Of He found out that I had a stamp col- of hi1evc lb hr hyc oeIdemdaotad S 'mptigtesoyi o.
have a very comfortable auditorium warm air through the large room in o ad usofe his serVice club, where they called l t hoe I dreamed about andumn in the hope that not only the
fr its patrons, as new equipment has. the coldet weather, and will main- house frequently to trade or show me attron him for a talk. His father had wanted to come back to all those father and mother of this lad, but a house~~~ ~~ feunltotaeoshwm promised the follows that Bill would{^, ',,x. o, llot of other parents of service men :
iken purchased throughout. Manager tain an even temperature throughout new set he had acquired. He was that B w months. But NO;, dad isn't sore. He o o os i me
S. K. Stratos says he considers him- the room, so those in the rear seats a bright, intelligent tel them all about h experiences. 'understands'-He knows I wouldn't will read it and THINK about .
fielf very fortunate to obtain, among will have the same, warmth as those wWhen Bill got up and simply said he do a thing like that ordinarily, button Maybe it will do soe good, maybe it
ether items, real spring-cushioned in the front. we didn't have any qtory to tell, except account of what I've been through it Won't, anyhow it can't do any harm
seats. Heating and cooling arrange- With comfortable seats and an I-Then 'Bill went in the service. I that he was glad to be home, it just is no more than he would expect. Yard
maests will be the very best and pat- abundance if fresh air which will be had all but forgotten the boy. about broke the old man's heart. After all a fellow has to let off a Stoc R eport
rens will find the theatre comfortable cooled in summer and warmed in Well las week Bill caeh. He "Mr. Kay," Rill said, "I don't want little steam once and awhile. MotherI. Wel asew ek Bil a eaom e owureM m n D dbu t eyjut1s 'tsceait ereSensoJ st so ry Bet te rs&-efes"....10to150
in all kinds of weather. winter, patrons are assured. of a was one of the group that returned to hul't Mom and Dad, but they just in't sore either. She is just sorry Best Steers & heifers 10 to 15.00
don't understand and I'm getting so I and worried, but she don't blame me. IMedium steers & heifers ...8 to 10.0 The auditorium will be 29 feet wide pleasant atmosphere in which to en- on the Queen Mary, When he walkaxd 65 feet deep, and will seat 500, joy the show. ed into my' office, a husky bronze dread going home. Last night I No, I am DIFFERENT. -It is just Best Cows ..................... 10 to 15.@@
with 324 seats downstairs. There is !giant in civilian clothes, I didn't stayed qyn town hanging around a, something the big bad wa r has done Medium & common cows .... 6 to 10.00
lttlechange inthe arrangement, know him. I arose from my chair to bar withNone of my old overseas bud- to her "baby' and I tell you I'm gng. Bulls .................... 8 to 12.00
seats. The side sections will have 3 e greet this stranger, wondering whof us wanted to be
ats to the row, while the middle the MAN was.hee particularly, but it seemed we Well, gentle or otherwise reader, 2 & 3 hogs ceiling ......... 14.25
rows will contain 7 seats. To avoid Returns to Work it didn't take us long to renew our HAD to be to have any peace." I how are you going to help a guy solve No. 4 &5 Hogs none in grade
a crowded condition a thirty-inch acquaintance. Bill had a problem "When I came home about 10 p. m., a problem like that? I can see his Roughs, sold to ceiling _0-00t-24.0-13.50
space is being left between the rows. and he had dome to me for advice. half high,, I was ashamed of myself. position and I pity the boy. At the Feeder pigs..........10.00 to 24.00
The chairs-are of Heywood-Wake~eld When the Jefferson Theatre opens He had seen over two years of the make and have -inch wd back tomorrow, it will mean a return to He toug e nd ofervoeand ha and No. 43 spring cushioned seats, work for the entire former staff of toughest kind of service and had I
an N. 3spin usioe sat.come through without a scratch. Now :!
They will compare in comfort with employees, as Mr. Stratos has, re- he was honorably discharged and
taihedwasehonorablyodischargedeaned
these in the finest theatres. aed the entire force for the new wasn't happy.
A barrel-type ventilating blower theatre. l 'avis is cashier Ed All those months of muc and blood, fan has been installed. This is a new Mrs. Ca icah r bitter fighting and fatigue, were bemo*del of the same type ventilating Jacksonis projecton room operator, hind him. He had done his part. The .fan which was in use before the fire. o d g ir a thing that had sustained him and
It proved most satisfactory and. Mr. Wilford, pop corn girl, Sam Plai i' ]kept him going, he pointed out, was t
Stratos feels that the new fan will utility man, and Mrs. Groom jan- the thought of OME. In the true
be an even better piece of equipment stress. Now that he is back, he finds the Ac
than the old. A current of fresh air The employees have watched the home he pictured and dreamed about Spirit
is constantly pulled into and through progress of work on the building with and fought for has changed. Instead the auditorium. This continual chang- unusual interest and are pleased with of being able to retln and pick up the Jefferson Theatre
i- g of the air is best both from a the new .appointments and the new where he left off as he had expected health standpoint and from a comfort equipment with which they will work to do, he finds that he is a man apart has overcome disaster
standpoint. The temperature is kept in the future. and he doesn't know how to adjust
at a low levQel and the air is fresh and' himself. It was a rather pitiful
pure. story.,
For the winter months a new heat- Subscribeto.Most of his younger friends are
system will be installed. Mr. I gone. To his mother he is still a little Congratulations your success
Xtratos expects to obtain the wall-it boy. She insists on calling -him o
tfpe heating units, as they will soon !The Monticello News "baby" and worries him to death trybe available for civilian use again. ing to mother him. Her "baby" has
. __ "had a terrible experience. He must
~ *~*~*~ ~ ~ ~rest. Her feelings, are hurt when he
S- objects to her serving his breakfast J.L. ANDERSON
in bed. He mustn't mow the lawn or
even help with the dishes. He must
N just IEST and get'his strength back.
. His father is almost as bad but in
SNCGN RAT U L ATIO N S a different way. The old man, proud
l of his boy, insists on making a hero -E
,of him. He wants to talk continu, ally about the WAR. He invites his
Friends, over to meet "My Bill" and
, then when Bill refuses to describe his
to th t '
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FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1945 THE MONTICELLO NEWS THREE
New Machinery_-Installed in Jefferson Theatre Is Vastly Superior to That Formerly Used
Simplex Projectors, Winzel Sound- ner and a pleasant afternoon of Miller, the mother of Mrs. Mays.
System and R C A Silver Screen W anted: Calries Mrs. K. M. VanBrunt and Mrs. David Mr. and Mrs Clinton Wallace and
4e U. Johnson of Miccosukee, Misses little, daughter, Frances, who have
Promise Best in Picture Reproduction been visiting Mrs. Wallace's aunt,
Naomi Hinkley and Eleanor Wilken- Miss Posey Taylor, have left for West Cnoson of Tallahassee, Mrs. Annie F. Florida where they will visit Mr. WalCompletely new projectors, sound cents, -and night adult tickets will Blng to
system and' screen will make the Bond of Lloyd and the Rev. E. L. lace's parents before return
equipment of the new Jefferson Thea- be 40 cents. All children who will oc- Baxter of Monticello. Also present their home in Newburgh, Id.
tre compare with- the best in motion cupy, seats must buy tickets. Chil- were Mrs. J. J. Willie and-Miss Louise
picture reproduction anywhere. dren's tickets are 9 cents. When Willie. Miss Carter received several The many friends of Misses Mary
Turning the disaster of loss by fire youngsters reach their 12th birthday nice presents. and LouiSe Edwards who a few
into an opportunity to give patrons they are expected to purchase adult months ago moved from Lloyd to
better service than before, Mr. Strat- tickets. These price regulations are Mr. and Mrs. Claude Evans of Cody, Tallahassee will regret to know that
os began immediately to search for the same that were adopted and used Fla., were visitors at the home of Miss Mary recently broke her arm
new equipment for the new theatre. by the Katherine Theatre before the Mrs. Annie F. Bond last Sunday after- and Miss Louise is suffering with an
Many improvements have been made fire. noon. infected hand.
in projection machines during the last several years;, sound equipment
las sverl ear; oun'euipen Mr. and Mrs. J. Finlayson Mays Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Tomlinson made
has also been improved and the result Schedule of Show have returned to their home in Wi- their usual week-end visit to their
is a combination of clear, smooth pic- Haven after a visit to Mrs. W. H. home in Madison
tures with true toned sound reproduc- Ter Ha Aas _e
tion. 'Mr. 'Stratos was fortunate to___obtain projection and sound equip- Sam Stratos has announced the
ment of the newer type. schedule of hours for the Jefferson
New Simplex projectors with auto- Theatre which will be in force when
matic changeover have been installed the show reopens tomorrow.
in the projection room at the Jeff er- On Saturday and Sunday afterson. Ray Russell of the United Thea- noons the show will open at 2:30 and
tre Corporation in Tampa has person- A CONGRATULATIONS
S ally prt~supervised the'work of installa- will -have two showings. Saturday CO GRT ,TION
ally spis eedkt he w ro nt s The aged and the youth of liberated Europe present a most sier-ot e
are equipped with new type lamps Sunday, however, Mr. Stratos will ious postwar problem, according to member agencies of the National'
continue his custom of closing the War Fund. Against normal caloric needs of from 2,400 to 3,000 in
tro~.ghout. theatre from 7 until 9:15 and will daily meals, the deficiency diets of war years fell below 1,200 calories.
A Winzel sound system-the two- show one evening show, beginning at American dollars contributed for the National War Fund through
way speaker system which has prov- 9:15. This prevents any conflict local community war fundsare aiding in meeting this problem.
en most successful-was chosen fpr with church hours.
the new theatre, and will provide the
best sound reproduction possible. The On the other five days of the week to Sam tratos an his partner
: bestsound re roduo havibe. Te the show will open at 6 in the after-iontc.. ..
acoustics of the auditorium have been t6 construction would interfere with the Horses are now giving their blood n f e o of rebuilding
greatly improved by the correct pro- noon. There will be no matinee on on a j o e d
week days until after workmen have sound pictures. However, after the to help the war effort, this fact was ;,g portioning of walls and ceiling. ekoy ni ze oke aei..
The new screen is an RCA Silver completed reconstructing the second construction work is finished matin- !revealed by th Brown Instrument the theatre
Screen, 9 by 14 feet in size and is story of the building. The noise of ees will be resumed on week days ;Company, where devices are made
Scren by14 fet i siz anthat safeguard horse blood which is made of a newly developed plastic Plan.Teatrelater made into serums to fight inmatea w~hi~p h proven far sup Manf C a i Pections.
ior to the pre-war screen equipment. M n Changes i l
The plastic gives a sharp and undis- Your efforts are appreciated
S reproduction and is restful to Manifested as ArhitecturalLLOYD
the eyes; none of-the, old glare is Imp OYD i n R il ding
Sfaund in pictures snown on plastic, i (Received too late for last week)'
The equipment of the new Jefferson
Theatre is not a make-shift acquisi- The Jefferson is a new theatre are made. The youngsters to whom a
>:: Thate s nt mke-hit cqisi ........utAltouh c~u'"- x'bag of popcorn adst h h I"o On the Fourth Sunday Mrs. James 1%S
tion to carry on through the war throughout. Although occupying ex- b popcor adds to the thrill of o
years. It is equipment purchased actly'the same floor space as the old he mov is wll welcome the cnSge' g i k d L
with aview towada satis- Kathrine, it has many innovations and will find it convenient. Older C. Willie of Thomasville gave a birthf factory service, which improve it. And from the patrons will also appreciate the un- day dinner for Miss Marguerite Car-
factry ervcewhih iproe i. Ad fomttheIP P "ter at the home of Mrs. J J. Willie
ticket office adjoining the sidewalk cluttered foyer. ter at t es e of rs. JJiie d
to the rear of the stage everything I New carpet has been laid in the near Lly. B Mrs. erring and
t toarear iss Laura.. Willie.and the..honoree..
No Price Advance i-0the theatre is new, foyer, in the aisles and on all exposed tse hour Wio d the elicous in
On entering the theatre the patron 'flooring in the audintorium. An ap- I ..
will notice many changes. The ticket preciated innovation is the new Wes________ office is in the same location, but the tinghouse water fountain which has .
It has been rumored that prices of foyer is new. The manager's office ,been installed in the foyer. There
admission will be advanced with the which was formerly located off the lare tile rest-rooms on either side of
new picture show op ending, but Sam foyer has been moved to the rear of- the entrance.
newpicuresho opnin, bt Sm te sage Within the' auditorium in addih n
K. Stratos has branded these rumors the stage. to new seats and new carpets; there
.as entirely unfounded. The same The pop-corn machine has been new as w fre the
prices will prevail as in the past. stalled in the old office room and a are new draperies which frame the
Matinee adult tickets will be 35 small window cut through which sales deep stage and add to the attractive
appearance. Shaded lights furnish a ................. ...... ...................... .............
...... . . ... . soft illumination but do not interfere
i A. .with proper enjoyment of the pictures on the screen.
" CONGRATULATIONS
S0N GR T U L AT IU0 N S Live Stock Auction SaleC
Bring Your Hogs to S. K. Stratos and N. W.
on the new and finer and Cattle to
Carnation on the reopen-0
theater for Monticello, I MONTICELLO STOCK YARDof the
Auction every Monday, and get
~ maket Sale
appreciate the W highest market price
Weoes starts 2 p. m. Monticello Stock JEFFERSON THEATRE
. Yards, J. N. Hawkins, Mgr.
afforded by motion pictures. YH i
Good luck to
JEFFERSON THEATRE
- i 1 The Monticello News
4 Te New
W~e are proud to have been '
' EFERON TH ATEchosen as contractorsfor the
-has overcome the exacting work of rebuilding
*disaster of fire your theatre,
and we welcome IW. Sehr&
~4 its reopening
The Plumbing Work .,.u.,,. ..d.. ,t .o.,, ,.i d..,.
in the new building
was done by...
~J. W. CUJRETON




FR THE MONTICELLO NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1945
Last Month's 8066 The Monticello News,, 1983 Southern Auto Store, 810 E. N. Stephens, salary & greatly. which might have been caused by the
L M minutes legal advertising .......... 26.19 supplies ................. 78 expenses, May 1945 ------ $198.50 Therefore be it resolved by the fire, and wherever a crack was found,
8067 T. B. Bird, insanity case .... 2 ......3.65 811 Mrs. Ophelia Wells, serviceBoard of County Commissioners of the entire wall was torn away to a
985 Monticello Gro. Co., supplies 9.84 Home Dem. Agt. Off ....... 25.00 Jefferson County, Florida, in Session point below the crack in order that
8069 Dr. C. L. Drew, do ------------ 00 986 Simmons City Drug Store, 812 Miles E. Groover, Off. ret this 4th, day of July, A. D. 1945,.that the repaired wall might have equal or
Proceedings Board County Commis- 8070 Jim Glover, do ................... 2.00 drugs ........................................ 1.75 May 1945 -.................00 we humbly ow and submit to the greater strength than before.
sioners' Room June 6th, 8071 Jefferson Co.. Sch. Bd., 987 Jefferson Sales Co., repairs 3.00 813 Mrs. Ophelia Wells, Short Will of God, who in His Wisdom and The attractive rest rooms and other
A. D. 1945 race track receipts 1 988 Georgia Packing Co., Course for Girls ......... 100.00 Love doeth all things well. plumbing work in the building has ,
%~~~~pubn work trnc rechpt 10,000.ng h8aeogasakngC.
8072 Road & Bridge Fund supplies................. 21.38 814 F. & M. Bank, paid bills- 75.00 Further be it resolved that we set been done by John Cureton. All elecThe Board of County Commission- race track receipts.. 5,000.00 989 R. H. Devane, salary May Total Drawn.on Agriculture apart. a page in our record book of trical installations were made by
S n on, r e 8073 Dr. C. L. Drew, Prof. ..... $401.50 minutes to his memory .with these Gordon Williams, of Madison. The
or's day Jefen e urs int Flo ra met' 1945 ......."..... _--_-- 109.30 Fund ....-...... ----- 415
this dayinren erns b- services .......................... 12.00 990 Irvin 'Gardner, do........ 113.20 Upon motion duly made and carried resolutions inscribed thereon., seats were put in by C. B. Darnell, of
ing present Chairman C. J. Ream, Total ,, ~a ....... ute ta esn o i eev halte .C
and Commissioners I. Braswell, Total Drawn on General 991 Robert McKown, do ......... 109.30 the Farmers & Merchants Bank of Further that we send to his bereav- Charlotte, N. C.
E. Wright, Fre Stokley and E. Revenue Fund ...........---- $16,603.43 992 T. B. Clark, do .................... 108.30 Monticello, Florida, was designated ed family a copy of this Memorial In completing the first floor as
Gran-ham. Warrants Drawn on Fine & 993 S. L. Long, do. ........... 83.90 as the County Depository for the and request its publication in The rapidly as possible, Mr. Shepherd and
Forfeiture Fund 1 994 N. L. Youngblood, do ........... 70.46 Year commencing July 1st, A. D. Monticello News. his associates cooperated with the
Minutes of the meeting of May 2nd, 4995 F. A. Johnstor supplies ...... 23.38 1945. There being no turner business the theatre owners in order that picture
Th fli acut were eam- Cydest Bill May 1945 60:75 996 Amoco Service Station, IN MEMORY board then adjourned, show service might'be restored at the
inThe followingved account ordered expand. 498rimClyde H. Sauls Ct. 0t. 5 tire repairs ...............1......... i50 Whereas, Our Board, Clerk to FRED STOKLEY earliest possible date. However, the
!no........ appov. same exacting care,69 Clyd H.n intos theC Warrants were drawn for the several Crim. Cost Bill ........... 24.90 997 Hillman Hall, mule .......25.00 Board and entire community were Attest: Chairman Pro Tem. same exacting care has gone into the
aments, sliced, sealed and counter- 4699 J. R. Cooksey Jr., finger- 998 Town of Monticello,' road & grief-stricken when the Heavenly CLYDE H. SAULS, Clerk. work that would have been used in
signed in open Board. printing prisoners f2ing e Bridge Taxes ............ 650.00 Father recently came and called our any piece of construction, where the /
Warrant Drawn On General 4700 J. R. Cooksey 'Jr., witness Total Drawn on Road & friend and co-worker, C. J. Reams, element was not important.
R venue Draw nd nGeneral subpoenas -_------------ 47.88 Bridge Fund ............. $1,634.59 on June 20th, A. D. 1945, at a hos- inging i The Masonic Lodge, owners of the
03 0 nusive, 4701 J. R. Cooksey -Jr., Comm Warrants Drawn on Mothers Fund pital in Valdosta, Georgia, which was building, are also due a great deal
$003 to 8034 inclusive, onfines.----------------o fes ...66.82 799 Mrs. Esther Kilpatrick ...... $4.00 unexpected and a shock to everyone The annual Pine Grove Singing of credit for the progressive spirit
paid to paupers .......... $ 63.00 i4702 J. R. Cooksey Jr., servant 800 Mrs. Lillie Story 8.00 who knew him. Convention will convene Sunday, July which prompted them to rebuild im8035 Clyde H. Sauls, salary & guard hire ...........93.0 801 Mrs. C. E. Walker ................ 6.00 C. J., as he was- affectionately 15, at Pine Grove Church located five mediately, and to overcome the disMay 1945 147 20 43 J. oksey J., warrants 802 Mrs. Minnie L. Brison. 4.00 known to us, was elected to serve on miles north of Madison on the Rocky aster of a destructive fire. They iRY ....... + ...... 4703 J. R. Cooksey Jr., w arrants I ----- __ ....... 1 0 ... .o r i h G n r lE e It o
8036 E. W. Davis, do ........ ......... 4.00 & capias, May 1 226.82 803 Mrs. Blanche Clark ..... 6.00 thi Board i the General Elect ord Road. Everyone is invited to structed Mr. Shepherd to concentrate
8037 Mrs. J. M. Henry, do. 8 .00 4701 J. R. Co+ksy"J, 1804 Mrs. Claude Allen ..'.... 4.Q0 held in November, 1938, and has come and enjoy the day. on the first floor of the building to
2038 D. A. Finlayson, Off, rent 0 pris I owners. _...............- 805 Mary H. Norman ......... 200 served continuously since January, speed the theatre reopening and left
*May 1945 470--J----.-Coosey Jr.,-feed10n00g 806 Mrs. Mary Brown ........... 2.00 1939, twice being unanimously elected the work on their own lodge room
8039 C. J. Reanms, salary May prisoners......e... ... i21807 Mrs. Amanda Green ........ 2.00 Chairman of our said Board. Much Credit Due- until later.
1945.. -- ......... .........40.00-4706-- 0 1 470_ John H. Human, conviction 1808 Mrs. J. M. Hightower .......... 2.00 He was a leader, thoughtful, cordial -o-d-8040 E. I. Braswell, do. ...... 40.00 fee .....................75.00 809 Mrs. Annie Hunt .................. 4.00 kind, sympathetic and impartial in (Continued from page 1, Sec. 2) Subscribe to
8011 E. S. Wright, do ....... 40.00 4707 Vernon Maloy, w f u n his dealings with his fellow men. He cnats Tebli wsar
8042 Fred Stokley, do __........... 46M Fund. ........ ....... 44.00 served faithfully and efficiently, &I-contractors. The building was care........ ...... ... --. _................................. waysas a true and loyal citizen and fully inspectedfor any weaknesses Mon C
8043 E. Grantham, do ..... 0 4709 Hardy Brumbley, do .......r3.8 9 Fn d culture oficia l, and wesal iss him
$044 Mrs. Ella Lee -Lloyd, .do. .--.2.0 zoo'qnT a n l ublic, official, and we shall miss him
4710 J. iB. Brinson, do ..........2.00 und
8045 T. G. Bishop. Off. rent 14711 Hattie Robinson, do.......3.40
Health Unit ................... 4712 Julia Robinson, do .............. 3A 0TOPS FOR QUALITY . AT FOUNTAINS EVERYWHERE
8046 William Broxie, Bal. Sal. 14713 Daisy Mae Robinson, do ...- 3.40 'TOPS FOR QUALITY "' AT FOUNTAINS EVERYWHERE
janitor ...... ................. 40.00 4714 James Robinson, do ............ 3.40
047 CItyde H. Sau.s, Ge. Ct. 4715 T. B. Bird, docket fees. 3.00 DID YOU BUY THAT BOND? v ToPS FOR QUALI EVERYWHERE
WorkW Cit,. 60 4716 T. B. Bird, Ct. Ct. costbill 16.29 FORERYWHERE
Total Fie&Fretr DID YOU LUBRICATE YOUR CAR? OP Q
8048 W. L. Maige, Agent, To__Fn_&Frfiur__T__F {HP
insurance........------.......28M.56 Total FiWHEFRfitr
Fund.......... ......... $748.11 DID YOU CHECK YOUR BATTERY
S049 Firestone Home & Auto TIES W E
Supply, supplies .......... 2.12 Warrants Drawn on Road & Bridge AND THIS
050 The Commercial Off. Supply Fund
to., supplies .................. 124.91 965 City Garage, repairs $ 1.75 A Fe.s an L bi to0w t
8051 Clyde H. Sauls, Gen. Ct. .66 Burgman Tractor-Equip. A Free Wash and Lubrication- Awaits
Wk. Ct. Ct ..................79.05 Go., parts................25 Car Bearing License NumberER
052 Key Tax Mg. Co., supplies 23.08 967 Bill Igle, plumbing at stock- L e
8053 Burroughs Adding Machine ade ............................................. 1.50
S.~~~V L.Logegs.......0
Co., supplies ......................... 3.30 968S.L. Long, eggs ................ 1.05 46-D 55 FOR
8054 The H. & W. B. Drew Co., 969 sam. Grantham, syrup ... 9.00 Y EE
supplies............. 14.211970 S. L. Long, feeding prisoner 5.25 At the Owner's Convenence NS EVERYWHERE
suppies.............. t te O ner s onvniece OPS FOR
8055 Bishop Off. Equip. Co., i971 Pope's Garage, repairs ...... 37.85 hOPSFOR QUALITY . AT FOUNTAINS EVERYWHERE
supplies ..... ...13.07 972 J. E. Clayton, greasing trucks" THE 4.FILLING8@56 Southeastern Tele. Co., 973 D. H. Mays Hdw. Co., STATION
S phone rent" ............................ 17.80t supplies ... ...... .. ............... ...... 3.0Oq .. .
8057 Fla. Power & Light Co., 1974 F. & M. Bank, 'paid bills ...... .60 PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. OF PERRY
lights .............- -...-..L:..-.-- 18.03,.975 City Water Dept., water ... '..2.82 _.. .....-
8058 City Water Dept., water .... 7.65 976 Fla. Power & Light C9.,
8059 F.. & M. Bank, paid bills' 30.001 lights .......5..... ----- 2.54 I
8060 J. R. Cooksey Jr., trip 977 SoUtheastern Tele. Co.,
to State Hospital ........ 27.25 phone rent ................2.75 ,
061 'J. R. Cooksey Jr., Gen 1978 Sinclair Refining Co.,
Ct. Work ......... ........ 100.601 supplies ........---------- ..... ...85.86
602 J. R. Cooksey Jr., jury 979 Monticello Milling Co.,
services ... ...... ................ 90.18 supplies .................................. 24.85
,063 R. J. Taylor, T. C. Coin's. 7.43 980 Not Issued The ou Great FutureU PN
064 S. b. Clarke, Pt. Sal. 981 American Oil Co., supplies 6l1&8 EANPAUL W. CHAPMAN of the'
Atty. for Bd .................... 100.00 982 Monticello Stock Yards,' ') University of Georgias a close stuS#65 L. R. Rainey, supplies ..... 2.38 supplies .................................. 19,95 dent of Sutyern and national trends.
His article in Sales Management, extractsT H O A T L N
from which appear onthis page today,
predicts a great future for the South Hub L E ,.after the war. 0 .
More and more people are making
SEE STATION similar forecasts.,, ma.. .
'AM O-SERVICE, TTO -dtra rm
iRICHMON (VA.) TtMES-D.ISPATCH A
J. B. TAYLOR, Owner -.
Presen .
.W:AAIN "ian, dean of the College of It will go forward much more k
:: #.. ... z, :;!! : .,:..z, :o Agrfculture, University of"Geor- rapidly in the future., With anywIw R gia, is author of an article in the thing like full-scale- employment O
If you ore interested magazine Sales Managemnent in in the United States as a Whole,0t
@ ,which he foresees vast postwar the rate of economic advancemfent t
d;i~imidustrionaliiin the- marketing expansion in the South. (in the South) will be phenomenal, ti,
S V CEdistribution ilities even under adverse business con. w
Southeast, we shall be glad to n a et "New editions a *e*
'Usin uanity at'r ., tho -fined, !i recommend suitable locations. In the article, entitled, "New dios...",
.av.,b. today,.recapplmg eth i i I Marketing Opportunities I see As potential Southern pur- ril
build new life mt o1 tiresm Mal Our research stlff is also avail- Developing in the South," Dean As
able for timely, and comprehensive 'Chapman outlines 10 reasons why powerChap n cited the in
'loo studies with respect to indbstriol he thinks the South will lead the fact that the Federal Reserve Bank of
+i possibilities in our territory. Your nation in the postwar upsurge to of Atlanta has issued more new of i
inqireswil rceve roptbusiness agricultural and indus- money-in relation to previous is- w
trial property. Thy are:sues-thanrianY bank in th~e entire," +I++i++ ;I -' + ,i and confidential, attention. Mrpaerod.Federal Reserve System since
e .pe gV.. Address J+ M. Fields, Assist'ant 1. 1940; andpherFederadReserve,
Vie.reidnt Wlmnto, . or irors ndplne. Bank at Richmond stood second.
+i + o icePreidet, ilmngtn, .C.3. More rural electrification.
;d~e : a [4. More refrigeration.
5.,Incrased ue of poer and The Georgia agricul ural expert 't
macineylisted the following industries as mi ,
o 6. Icre a seineeroryruld leading the way to a record era of wii
: act ,ings anred e dffruipmet.- Southern marketing expansion and am
::i@;@ L 7. Larger farms, general economic prosperity fol- for
AND WHEN YOU'RE ELIGIBLE-- oSalinutyeip n.
gTI O E IE rayon plants, seafood canneries, i
...- -- .. --=OR#E TliE ."/"Te bckof ;e od-im, ne- edmll, gas fctrie, voters
VO D V ~ll o r1 ....)t ,cop, teantsharcropersysem htchrie, bickyrds ceenA
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