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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
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January 5, 2005
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Semiweekly[<1983-1994>]
Weekly[ FORMER <1925-1965>]
semiweekly
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English
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v.60 no.55 August 3, 1945

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Newspapers -- Monticello (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jefferson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Jefferson -- Monticello
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30.54543 x -83.870842

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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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Weekly constitution (Monticello, Fla.)

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E MONTICELLONEWS LOID
THE NATIVE HOME OF THE PAPER SHELL PECAN JEFFERSON COUNTY. FLORIDA'S IDBAL FARMING AND DAIRYING SECTION
60, No. 52. MONTICELLO, FLORDA, FRIDAY, AUST3,145 _FIVE CENT ACOPY
Health Department Adeqiate Supply Kiyanis Veterahs OPA Forms ifst Be efferson County Frozen Food
Assures Public No Childrens Sho Committee 1 Filled in by Applicants Plant Assured With Rental
Danger in Use DDT Will ake Report Ae Of RequiredNumber of Boxes
twa o It hcaas, just last week, becom e co"rnyears ao, the supply of childreas pulsory for person to fill in their
The Jefferson Hea1th" IDepartment footwear mn'Jefferson county is $'844.. At its reglar Wednesday luncheonn own forms for various, rations. Chief Hlc Ano ceA frozen food plant fbr Jefferson
,thi wee resurd -iaiM] : the co I y :l~kA nu'
uPO- equate the Kivanis Club was honored by clerk aind lerks are 1no loge county seems assured with the comhis r taellow
guests Kial thd coutry pe -n this n hs eko tediebh
ulace that 0o adverse reactionsare This was the good news yesterday having the a flowngi tis..erice' fG the pletio
been. reported or, are a'tcpt'.in.,rm .G oricarino ti an .G Smith of. Tallahassee, Lt., puli. acep]Jiatoz'orreeiIp Exams Monticello Kiwariis Club /to -secure
frorntxe ofL. G.Mo er ci public. Each ficatin
connctio with. ,h use of I 'th reqire 'nuber ofloke r
She new ord. ack Brinson of th Eighth Air Corps, has to be filled i 'co pletely by the intloP,-Wa Prc adRainn Bord. n:Culyan s:maii) ...
insecticide DDT In spraying rural Reinding the public that Ai rpla hmeflonQ leave fr theEurope applicant and acte o by the Boar County Superintendent W. J. ul. als. With the signing of the 300 aphome to control, malaria bearing mos- tapo4i a3Theatre and 1. C Poinexter, Florida as though it were an origin 1 lock atnouns that competitive ex- plicationsfor lockers, the Bush Ihsut0'( K Patrolman Poidot. 4',te ina War. RainBok3alap
would become valid on Wednesday Highway patrolman, cation. ambitions will be held August 15, lating Company an'nowmake appliDr. F. A. Brink, county health August', Mr Morris said thatpr T. B. Birdeported for the cor- for te Leis $400 scholarships and cation to the government for approvofficer, said he has received reports ents of school-age children could find ittee on the veterans hospital a the $200 senatorial and house of rep- als and priorities to proceedwith the
about untrue rumors which have been ago eeto"o he o hi'ra .lte rn ogessman Bob I'MIe ieentative scholarships. bulig of a. frozen food looker, pro~~Ii s~~~> ~a good selection" of shoes for their read a letter fro'i CWeSn Fueral Serice es ~ ra n1 o f~.l~&l1~r
circulated throuhout rural sections, off-spring Silsregardingpeasures to be 'takenA applicants for these scholarships cessing and packing plant in Monti'tha to guddMrh195 n-e eton tosi l~oated here. fs ,~on~~ dner
the insectller contains proper- T tg tee sitesit ad r will be examined in English, social cello.
ties which are'dangerous when used For the first time sipce shoe r committee wascoiued anddiredt- studies, science and maematics, and E. N. Stephens, county agent, has
ith house "ConsequeIntly, w-have tionig began in February 1943, par- ed to report ti nex Wednesday. VrS. i oiie will be given a psychological test, notified Phili S. Cole, representing
into circumstances where folksents can find footwear in almost any orbertStehens reported that Tests will be giVen in Monticell, and the Bush Insulating Copay, that
ra size that, will look good and wa 3t ick feee loke h Fueral servi for Dor Elvi results w be announced in time for sales have been completedd and that
weres 'hestan bealo fror 2,re0s tor well," mhetheCarTr
Spray- their home with theisec- ad ke d building the t i one wif of WodrowCoh we w inners to enroll in fall classes at the Kiwais committee will meet
f e hheld estr at e a r the state colleges. with him at his convenience to give
Springs ;bcas oft thugl fearry whic aetos held yresterdayin aftennoo aou
been spread about it Plan Early Mailing ealed tt o'clock froih First tit c h T ew holaships a open to' any further. aid possible I
"The United States Government th ch dget, sy opsis o the Rev. H. It ihes past, of- white persons and negroes, but the a location for the'plant. Committee
Swl appear in this. w ficiating legislative scholarships are limited to members appoited When the Kiwani
tn solsera bn vr ere dis th soutpessa-pob0ees land ctnvrtemet persons higibleto enter'the uier- Club agreed to sponsor the project
watch forpossile physical reac Overseas. Forces soo fione dd e y a i et a le ida orthe Florida State r p n Wo
en ve worked with thelt shot ound inflicted while she Malloy, Bill Hawkis, John Summitt
-se vic in ,I ;a sy~ Io
t as lon th eas bt s n tpo e o a lte alone in Ke home, her hsband hir State Scholarships for a Dve
there, have been no reotofile-frtemiigfChstaprqs two children, ILillian Ang and Wood- Siigti potnt,-efro
seryonerin the purhas ioftn the~y ,e e accordrngome
festa., Therefore .we feel that any r eriec a uto h row, Those, Dsiring to county takes progressive step for
p s r efferson uoounty a tra ofe. -fr; J. disablin ne Cone, w s ward to open up a new market for
folkq through the use of the spray' in ,ocal postmaster, who states that the ur CuWreJ th Thse tg w. J.o a ey was Ste oeg county produce by building a con-'
ertoes t t m ba Post Office Department in oopera- nod l i hf ml art mercial processing plant which will,
ol maariabeart knocwn ni h familyarie
tinosque inegl tPigibt tion With the War aRd Nwavy Dep.rt- hneeasoutirdeei e loSk n au Examinations to be held August nan a great deal to agriculture after,
ents mrbs.ute i' s elgi. I a eI acod orheimalgvihgto ed ahda t 1ao'cnl9.moclmkao h D ans."uon eks etrdofrt adkepyufouretnmbrnd esnsgi
S the e e Chrt- her body. The thrities were oti- 15, 1945 at 9 o'clock in the courtroom. the war is over. The meat, poult
0 as paocls for> mebr of ou1r arndaere holder might en- osi theucont 'armers of the countrar dl ie red antermied that as inquest Regulations concering avardig and produce will b e pirohased from,
co jinte i 3 or taine ta ie Ses oncered ovetr therla i hW hd of $40 L e'wis Scholarship for, prep- the individual farmer, pressed by
counte a~,b aowingreurned from, edas Unte states. of guess ths- fabsnsan ayugfainT ew ind ofpioossnks utemme obin. 1ppr
crews t9 spray their homesn' Actual- liii M one was b orn July 29, 1915, aration of teachers. t
Dring the mailing period from accor t urv e 1a)8 in ordele "the daughter of Mr 1. Each applicant must first se Out in carload lots. Frozen foods will September, 15 1945 to October 15, the past year 1y le U. SI and Ir C Tii ad Mf C P ds. She tauth rec a of lo be i at demand
-USubieHat Servic and~t klt cuire. th recommendio of conty
hire ed through the State Board of 14 eq the are s men pf;Agrit re list three Years n the Au lilla school, s olarsp cointe csed of and since theounty possesses no Health an and this Ut the three, am not required. Parcels my b figures indicate that1 the hSouth and for thn ast syeral years wasaa the county s chol superinti ndeint and caing industry, local produce op hoebuiness i o p et naed to the personnel of our armed rather low in td health scade a0 substitute t a aher it n i'te l tielo principals of schools having twelf thshould compefy favorably with tha te public health.- The spraying, is, a :forces Who receive their mail through j;> eople aire especially donce r schools. grade. from the,southern part 'of the state.,
diseaecnto meleasure, and every a A eoet Posg Officteeint the tee tti her husbae Wood- a a Lockers in the plant th being
dies coto t meaot~v~ami5Sri~gr ~~ 1 2. Eac appln t shal pire
S hf ost ewYr office farmer think row Cone, to children, Lillian Ann evidence to sh'owc
Y.,. S, C New Or ,bu c aeet f storao space.. ... a d r
ns whose homes w deem t nee- pulic clinics are needndnin far nd Wdrow, Jr.; her father Pic inesf teacg
esar ospawihD'wllep leans, La., or Seattle, Wash.,, or an and more than '75 percent. of j Pounds, of Pfaaka, and one,'brothe, (eore on~ia presiedform).ch n for $12.50 to $17.50 asypar. tour work along just that uch more A.P.O .in car of th taste afahiters included in the survy Robert C. Pounds, stationed on the ( It is understoodthat no definite
yiand effectively, Miami, Fla., Presque Isle,Maine, br theywould like to subscribeto island proff de o brt location for thenew frozen food plant
Mmnneapolis, Winn., or through a nav- flt-at prpyn lnt ilkins' Funeral Hoh a colCd)has been selected, Mt Vr. Cole t has
ainstlain& station in 'har b> y> Schoiol Code).
llat io n care ke care of hospital bills and charge of rrangements. been quoted as saying that the pr
athe Fo e r g the eoddas ea ane hlcth er dcs ar1rthe high schoolcurse (attestedoby pr a l ou
c6A 64Ld for CniapBrmad, pIefia, rural aeoplg ishehe Seaoad riluJdin
nures. seyye9 e b ab sn nd a
~ion ~ oin~d 0 he~di tnce invl d >~ >81~ 19a thers oad uren ee or anst () Iteeti ecig a Yta a
stkaoprunity to ve aac accepted during eany one ercfor halte inthle among ediday the Mo ticeloS cools. Al mige oro Aumericarseiia tJru plnt h beinmdysfo aain- al
eatsr e eewhen sen by the same person a dets of ,ay occupation he ope ng ceremonies on that ga ztin).
Crar is a r om Stuart, or s concern gt the same a pdressee. roup p1 percer o pefl th aa applicnt shail indicte
as five two-er rtepia nsntaes Ea 5pp the wyoagr uoa nctoe webecaus of 2 percent far other ey a dat 'i tis fostmaR teach-P e S ow
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The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., Friday, August 3, 19,45
Superforts All Over Japan Christmas in July LASSIFED
fm W. wDE P A DE R T MENT
K If I) 0 Person~s now enagsed in essentL.I
--- industry will not apply without state7 ment of availability from their local
.........tw us erve eP United States Employment Service.
The Private Papers HELP WANTED-MEN, WOMEN,
TRUMAN COMMITTEE
TrUAOf a NewOTspTbapermnw m Wanted for school year 1945-1945: Gramma
CARRIES ON school teachers for every grade. Good MvSo This is a personal message to a ing conditions in town of 4,000 people. SalSa tors andgorews of MtaVirgiea few irresponsible American women, "s.a tbh u i d nio s
Ameritner teachers for unior :highsho.Sl
'(Dem.) desterof who do not realize the headaches ary $1500. Also social science teache
,(Rep.) had aathematics tapher. and teacher of chenshad an inteesting experi- they are causing some of our Com- Istr andai hyslcs for senior high schooL
fence while probing conditions mu Salary s1660 per year. If interested writ
ing conditi manding"Officer-by causing heartGemn fo the Mead committee, Sidney ces- Bosweill Assistant Sp. lm
ermanyor ead aches to our fighting men... .. This Count Schools, Brunswick, Ga.,fap
formerly the Truman committee. message was suggested by Govern-cation blank, and: complete information.
Gen. Alexander Patch, the were AUTOS, TRUCKS ACCES
received. courteously by the general Fmatter-and h t ORGET GAS WOREIESf
himsef, awh& alke wit 'thmatoter-and~ here it is. Ru 1myour car on a"Redfl Gasoline Subsii nulf eh ttalkedw t them his te ht a cos ef 2ta er galne s
A ihtigman isonyas& s o
ten minutes, then went off to keep by Amfgtegra-i ol s~oda ely miin ncot o n-rU aiodn liu~
his fighting heart. ... And tcsmpd 6 miingfrulasend$1.%to
anhe ap tento this, heart he carries the woman he E(GUAAEED or mane, back.)
The two senators then proceeded loves. Anybody in the armed Details asc. (No Stamps.)
with their usual investigation Setr es t
iio aservices-fro the hard-boiled op
tling down in one of the U. S. mili- sergeants to the understarding MISCELLANEOUS
tary offices, they called in witnesses, . chaplains-will tell you that a fight- ARE YOU SICK OR ALL RUN D ; IWNT
and crssxamined them Wtl a Thensend for free literature to
Stenographer taking down' every- the woman he loves is protecting his
thing that was said. heart. . It is the source of a sol- Aeain we have good cotton prints and peecale remnants. Order now while' supply
This continued for nearly three dier's greatest strength-and it is lasts. Large 3 lb bundle $1.9 postpai..
hours. Unlike most visitors, Sen- also the possible source of his great- eautL, h pt 'holder included.
ators Kilgore and Brewster seemed est trouble.
rth thoghtese smllpe nmgeo
ouintentt on really finding out what Ts means that a certain, PERSONAL
was happening in that .part of occu- r ', thoughtless, small percentage of -'EARN BIG MWONRYI Sell us 'your~ elA ~
pied Germany. Finally, Gen. Ar- Recruiting of 65,000 additional American women must do~their '91antel Clock? or act as our buying agent
thur White, chief of staff to General workers for railroads, needed ur. duty to their country-by giving We pay cash promptly, Write us today giuPatch, appeared nervously in the Three B-9 superfortresses are seen in flight over Fujiyama; Japan, gently to carry, out the army's re. their absent fighting men more ing condition, age and Size of your clock.
during recent strike against the enemy. The famous Fujiyama volcano deployment program, gets undez consideration. . It is all ex-. 1 1 s2e W. Third St.
"Gentlemen," he said, ahemm . forms a colorful backdrop for the big bombers. Some "authorities" claim way in Chicago with Cpl. Edward tremely sad occurrence when R LosAneles 3C this procedure .. it's a little un- that the entire island can be wrecked 'by unloading tons of bombs into Solotke, 6th service command M.P', telegram arrives in some Ainerusual. I'm not sure that we can the mouth of Fujiyama and other Japanese active volcanos. decked out as Santa Claus in this ic'an home-with th@ news that ( SEEDS, PLANTS, ETCO.
perii you to continue." , Christmas in July crisis. an American fighting mioan is,4 Cabbage SCarro, Onions,R Peppes
..,~x~'~iws ii~sae poceure/ -caualty. ,I is also sad when. Tomato 'Seed<~ Write for feles' Warren
e'always followed,":i Fishes in ain Pri te P lericin -on a eed Pn .Co., carrizo rinT
iSentor Bsewster.P Man -f War firing line-receives a letter tell- JUNE BUD PEACH. Am nowa cceli
ing him that his affection for orders for fall del. Should have half milom
"ies, continued Kilgore, the woman he loves is a casual peaahe writ tommeral. and wNlesab
trd.Wiefor prices., Farmers Whif~eswis
he sae procedure ty back home. . Think that Nursery, P. o sm ,
lowed by this committee under over. 'former Chairman Truman." : TRAVEL
"You probably recall him,"A Washington paper, I reporting TRAVEli Earn Big oney. e s
&~ldd ~eitte~~- "e'snow tht Je Kap'ad E'R~ey'wre"eling trades to choose from. All courses.S L
Added Brewster,, "he's now that Joe Kamp and Ed'Rttiiely, were TRAVEL TRADES BUREAU
President of the United States." trying to have Congressional Indict- 714 oanaun st. Jaksoaas ss m.
Next day General Patch him- ments against them dismissed,
self inkted the two senators to quoted their counsellors as saying ''
dine with him, at the.villa which the indictments should be thrown :y
he had-taken overfrom a Ger- out "on grounds that the subpoenas W ar [La
man princess. were addressed to the House ser- %
, geant at arms and not the defend- feen
JUDICIAL EXIT'eaJi~a~.a.d U CA EI Oh, don't change the subjectIl
e was a day when everyone
an4't bun t' obevL' a'udmTi- Manyl soldiers writing this
,rat o(n want'1ao$ea~de hsa~~ reporter because they do not unt aaa1b~oWa argely precipitated' n ~ derstanq'heG Bill of Rights. EE L R A :I
th Supreide court fight and the M A LA RI
:fct that the courts in those d6yg had C EC(ED IN 7 DAvS Wvta
pu *everalt. o6tructive Odecisions ought education in their civilian LA.At
ely aIt s not every boy hat has his own private fishing pool. Thisigh that it insisted upon-in T
uttthe ste. young farm boy baits hook hopefully and prepares to fish in the family One of the busiest men in the ad their military duties. Ie
nowisjst pposit. pond. Private waters like. these can be used the year around, and hun- ministration, Under Secretar of Ameican people exec each
1ere i gnwin 4xit from the dreds of inland farm kids who never had a chance to fish are grow- War Robert P.tPatterson, relaxes, fighting man toget as much as9 Judge Schweenbachhs ing up into a larger generation of sportsmbt. The government has whenever he can get away"from distance undek the GI Bill of
S resigned from the bench to be encouraged building of private ponds. Some states, such as Missouri, offer Washington, by running his farm a Rights as that fighting man ave
ecretaryof labor. Judge Sherman special inducements for farm pools, not only stocking with fish hut supply. Cold Spring, N. Y.' service under the articles of
Minton is itching to get- off the cir- ig at cost shade trees and water plants for the pools. Even in postwar, the T ___ wa. E his Gov't owes it to
6uit court ofL appeals in Chicago. addition of i to the farm diet wil be welcomed. each fighting man to bring as
aitiion of fish to the farm diet will be welcomed. i ; i f ," ,, + "
And there will soon be our vacan- Postiman and His Pal much attention to his return to
cies on th Le court of ,ap eals of the civil life as it put forth to bring
Districtof Columbia,, considered one n *mhim as a civihan into the armed
of the most important courts in the r g g Them Back Home Again .evias.. a te i t is able
country. to seek out adeserter to pumish
Judges Vinson and Thuiman r- him-it ought to be able to seek 80.6
nold have already mide two vacan- IC.LAND out its heroes to reward them.cases showed
dies-on: this court. Two other va, GRE L *Each fighting man is en- clinical improve.
chance willoccur when Chief Jus- itle to expert advice at Gov't meat after only 10
ticeDuncan Groner and Judge Jus- expense. . 'This is more than days treatment with
tinMillr resign.' *simple justice. It is sound na- soRo n imPatti
It may keep the White House busy I tional policy. eiftest.
looking for good men to take their
places. '-+It is easy to understand why the URlUI
*ENG ND Coffipials (responsible fo the trans- MadebyMcKesson&Robin
pschgalwrfrepo o direct of This excerpt from a soldier revelsThownail 'NRR N a e om t rw that mhil)er-ups give more consider-w
r, ovgCu director ~sPAI nation to prisoners. Look: "Gailbach,
of imrt:a.aulai, ORES -1Austria:- Yesterday I a something QUICKREE
hasfhadftate xind e that burned me up. I went for ga 0 d
a h had 'ride 'along the Alps and saw GerCarusi came to this country as a man soldiers who had sur nderedl
pscooia 'wiedr birct thuanrwomstsfcoy-~
:~ta higher-ups givwmored sifderstll o rmtemrl urisFptA TLANT C. OCEAN '+ ,(120000 in all), who haid never been ASohgSAL E
of northern Italy, w enet to Work m put in a prisone's cage. Instead, ANTIS IC ,
the marble quarries of Vermont, thry were livingin the best hotels, ts tor 40ousars-it aactory a
and got to know Harlan F. Stone, .. AFRICA swimming, s bathing, riding ve tit Carbollat ril ores o I
who brought him to the justice do. ) hicles and probably got their gas spurfack-Neat lco, ashrills Tem.
apartment when Stone became attor- from us men; they had -all :the
ney general under Coolidge. Amera i ciggies and food they
And during the war, Carusi has wanted. They also carried small ;
been broadcasting to the Italian arms, sch as pistols, rifles and ma- "
people urging them to surrender. SOUTH chine gats.. Can you imagine that? 'S a SENSIBLE way
With the end of the war, 'Carusies ATLAT( 'This through the courtesy of the 0 fto ie MONTHLYA
received letters fr6 his relatives in AMERIC "Butch," who belongs to Joe Ham Amerian 7th Army. Maybe I'm o
Italy telling how hisbroadsts mer, 13, a patient in Johns Hopkins the wrongside!"
helped inspire the battleagainst the '/ hospital, Baltimore, has not missed -.. g -g g ....
Nazis.' '',- With thousands of U. S. troops scheduled to, fly home from Europe a day in meeting his postman pal, Thi s ort Lydia Pinkhams Vegetable a
teach month the most effective air-sea rescue system ever devised Arthur Pritchard. He makes the s is a hr an ugly sory pound famous not only t rli
Ulgo,'."'wrote a -cousi, yowcan in safeguarding the men has been put into' effect. (1> The wiateds are daily rounds with the mailman, about a war hero. His Hame is Cpl1. periodic pain put Atso accompany-s
in al Fro t dewl Iprote e wle from the Azores to the U. S. many ships are on grab g ehis trouser leg to urge He was he first sodierrom e en e onntand more speed.e...st-wardOf that commit t Takn ..r.u rie
to talitechrming riding Is Gwart _______at
tota itecamn oungdy *_1swadofthacomimitto build up restatance against such symp..a'-old niece) you.leave for combat duty. He served 4 toms. Pinkham's compound helpsa
(Crs' 0ypP old i) '..y.u... Back Priso years in uiifortnmos- of -that i tumrd Flow ae fetlnTyt
were always oQ happyr~7 hold in your FXes G aefor Do-actB c r mP io gr ioig-oo m m
lp.wiei1Crrara, they ',haverxe++]+ Grave D g +MasCot BakFrom In actual combat --overseas 8.C+1 EETM
themselves to be g attri months of which --he suffered in a O ng
ots 'a a.Nazi, prison camp. . He wasW
."One of your cousins, 'the brother /..:wounded. .. . a Partigiani band in the capture station, no ceering, n bands, no
'Carrara from the Germans last No- paper or ,confetti shower, no flags.
vember. ~rom that time on, the No nuttin'.... .Only this "greeting"
Partiginni controlled' all the 'public from a storekeeper, who had the pooffices in the.town. The cave with e lice hand Majeski a summons and F YFeelWel
which you are familiar were- used complaint. . Corporal Majeski
to good advantage by the Partigiani, .a .was fined $10 and court costs for rid- Wee / e dn .a
and the Nazis refrained from rea ing a bike on a Hastings sidewalk, Wtematter fo w e bl ohow th
entering the city." . Whew! 'idn must onstatly rem of ho
.' a'plus id, excess acids and other
o g matter that cannot sts~in theb
WAR NTES Second Thoughts on Some. without fajury to heat there woule
(I, Despite the heavy bombing of the Second RaterS: beo better understanding of kipe
Schweinfurt ball-bearing plant, in- topeunction properly.
side sources reveal that it is in Hitler, according to the Moscov' ion sometimes warns thatsomet
reasonably good condition and +with- mighties, is a suicide, the first vic- Is wrong. Yon may suffer naggiigbacltim'oahiokllngspepleca b achIe, headaches, dizziness, rheuaie'
in one month could be producing 50 tim of his k wings people can be tat otfg at nigh wellin
per cent of its wartime schedule.... :.. glad about. dBut the tragic part of why not try Doan'sadlsi You wf
The Nazis had removed a lot of it all is we could have had him deod uingo er Dstiulate t n
Schweinfurt's intricate machinery by his own dirty 4and a decade ago. ton the Dean sthe-lp thet
flush out poisonous wastefrot
before the air raids, and hidden it. tHad one nation-France, Britam, blood. They contain nothing harful.
The manager of the plant told U. S. Pfc. Joseph Samson of Detroit, Mich., fixes the grave of his pet Col. Hubert C. Zemke, 31, as he anybody-pulled a gun on him when Get Doan's tdy. Use with 'coniden
officials that within three or four log, "Sgt. Chipps," who died in the "line of duty" after participating in arrived in New York City. The air he marched into the Ruhr, Hitler, months he could be turning, out 20 our Southwest Pacific campaigns. Men of Samson's outfit, a signal de- ace, credited with 30% Nazi planes by compact with the High Cornper cent more ball-bearings than achment with the 1st cavalry division, built the grave on Luzon. The+ before being shot down and taken mand, was pledged to blow his
during the war. log sniffung at the headstonTe is allegedly one of Chipps' pups. prisoner, was released from Stettin. looney top off. -, : a a + . .." t + ; : + Y :




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THE STORY THUS FAR: In a cold flutter of excitement He wanted to and Rob hurried into his room to Released bi Western Newpaper Union. current war conditions, slightly more time
-ainstorm, licka's cott, long overdue, Is know all 'he could find out about finish dressing. is required in filling orders for a few of
born Kene Mc~ughin Flhuta' 12ni yea-0
e n race horses. And Appalachian, the Outside, Nell and her two guests s 5 the most popular pattern numbers.
bornKen eoauglnFlica'sa1-yea-ffo
esN ower tde .... a uc.Wt
M e assistance of his brother Howard he big black racing stud-he- were being entertained, as wag Lesson frAugust 5 Send your order to:
rings the mare and colt to the stables. "Come on" said Howard, heading usual at the Goose Bar ranch, by subjects ad cuitur ts s SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN/DEPT
1 Ken's astonishment, the foal is white. for the barn. the antics of assorted animals. elected and copyrighted by International o30 South Wells St. cicago
ais evidently a throwback to the Aibkno Ken walked slowly after him, won- Chaps, the black cocker, and Kim, Con o Religious Education; used by Enclose 25 cents in coins for each
zsandslrt,. This horse had stolen Gypsy dering if the presence of visitors the collie, were chasing each other' /*pattern Nosr.
. :m th Goose Bar ranch, :he big horse would interfere with his own sur- on the Green as if nothing, were ISAAC'S HERITAGE dt n .
anrm owned by Ken's father in the Wyo. prise. Should he tell them at break- needed for exuberant happiness but S -- Nam-mn mountains. Her colts, while splen. fast? It had to be arranged so that to have been shut up for a night and LS TXT genesis 61:16o Adisos,
SM physically, were all unmanageable* the nqpresson was favorable. They then let out again., G 8147.
Kes Is -worried when he, realzes tat had to be glad and proud that it was All traces of snw had disap- -Palm 16:6t.e
6w Ahiae characteristics have cropped'
out In his colt He waits for a favorable white, as he was himself. That peared., There was intense sunlight / becmeO
Sto Ine h tnwstr 'wasn't all. He had really to act so breaking everywhere into the colors The ordinary things of life become Only U. S. Free Port
that no one, not .even his father, o the Prism. There was a boter- xtraordinary when we recognize in Huge 1181e
'and Buesineeri
would sus ect that he was hiding ous wind bending the pmes and them the outworking of the plan of
CHAPTER III anything. That was going to be making Nell's blue linen dress flut- God. Our lesson presents one of his- -wBeforethewar closed many of;
- hard. It was 'hard enough to keep ter. ' / tory's sweetest loverstories."It would them, about 50 cities in the.east-'
But the foall That, all-co quering any sort of secret-harder still if "What do you think of him?" she be worth reading just for that er hemisphere maintained a free
ts er eip inefe,
prepotency Rob McLaug had you felt the least bit guilty about called' to Colonel Harris, who stood reason, but it is also the account of port"or a foreign trade zone ir
spoken ofl After all the trouble it- near the Apuntain inspecting Rob's God's hand in the carrying forward .which goods 1fromother co-ttries
Rob had taken to fid his stock of 4 When they reached the corral they work team. They Were huge brown of His promised blessing on the seed could be stored, processed, reMth hated blood of the Albino, here saw that Flicka and the colt were brutes. "That one you're looking at of Abraham. 4 s packaged4 and reshipped abro
it was cropping out again. This foal both out, enjoying the early morn- is Big Joe," she added, "the pride For a long time it seemed that without the payment of import
was unlike its dam, unlike its sire, Ing sunshine. Gus and Tim were of Rob's heart." there could be no fulfillment at all, duties, says Collier's .
alike any horse -on the Goose Bar watching, astonished and amused. "I should say." said the Colonel' for Sarah and Abraham had no '.* f the si free ports in the west-,
ranh. It resembled only one-the Ken rushed at Gus and grabbed manner tak child. Then by a miracle God gave e hemisphere, he only o
Albino. It was almost like having him. "Don't tell anyone, Gus-they ing o his glasses and polishing them a beloved son. ~. the United tates wa .
the Albino right there in the stall! don't know yet. I want to s'prise them, "that he is a pIare-bred Isac'srh ke is t.uh pleted at Stapleton, State Island,
i ~~ ~ ~ ~ hm "that hel isu. tn a pured-bred apletgd atil Stpetn Sh.trlntenerat....loand. .
city of the 'eatg-promise-", tn o thoughg ie-S a
Waste power and fero Percheron, sixteen hads high, and ti e a h New York City, -in 1937 nandyas
great outlaw enclosed within that '"Yu cud knock me over with a weighs thirteen hundred pounds." be might be taken from his father pROM morn till night you'll look handled as much as $88,600,000 mottled baby -hide of pink and feather, Kennie," said the old Nel (Gei. 22:10212) was like bringing your best in this crisply tailored worth of merchandise in a single '
white? This thought mde shiyers go Swede, with his slow smile. "But Just about right, said back one who was dead (Heb. 11:18, two-piecer with its graceful skirt
through Ken white horses ig gude luck, they say." picking up her ct Pauly, wh was 19). nd smoothly fitting jele A
1,begigb sie eroale y a: ....- A a an s otl iig jak A
Flicka had finished her mash. Ken "'Never seen-no such colt on this begging beside: her. Pauly, a sinu He grew into manhood, and Abra style that'A smart season'. after
Lifted the bucket down and, went to ranch before," added Tim. "Wht'll ous, tortoiseshell angora with long ham, good father and faithful ser- season.
gel the toneynpgL r-,ey esn an litleti ngce
he door of the barn. Heswung the the Captain say?" topaz eyes and a little siren face vant of the Lord, determined that
top half open nd looked out. It had "Don't tell, him until I have a slipped one a im around Nell's neck, his son must have a Kodly wife So
stopped snowing,, The, wind had re- chance: to,"' insisted Ken. "Promise, hung on, arl tried to lick her mouth* -in accordance with Oriental custom versed itself and had blown the will you" ell tappe the tiny coral sickle. he sent a most trusted servant back
itsel awndei, hade.; blown thee wil youhy ol ll a . ....
trmback into the east whence it "Sure. You can t 'en Kennie," shaped-tongue and laughed to their homeland choose a bde
had come. There was a riot of scud- Said Gus. "She's your mare, and_ Charley Sargent's' lanky form' from their own kindred.. A y tl*-Any vero N .so
ding cluds the sky with big stars your colt too, I guess." overd ver her. t'Yu'e lookin' story n hipping-No sorched. flavor-Eas
mVg vnneln fr igt prttth a s o ali Washo o' fld in chic, a .4 stated;ie-2 recise in: eac 151 pkg. lose and bright, 'going in and out mightprt thismorin'-how do' ddsin our lesson as we see Plea-se ne* ad....fulz 54
betweentfem. It wasmuch warmer e s you get those pink cheeks?' A F tirat ( 10) Boiling sda remove pi offer, or buy from your grocer.
Ken Cofole i nso the Dutchdor lttom .You oret I've been slavingover Full instructions from-" Abraham grease and dit from agate-Ware. LUUUU
elo thnDtchn oo and ldneh e s itc che stove getting breakfast and ani oath that he would not --ha. 0 01oeRo r
hfor -le' ;see-five male men-" She take For thebest possible fit iairmak- Brand Homemade te Cream
There' were still other shadow ,buried 'her face in 'Paily's soft the donaanites, prepared the'servpnt ing slipcovers, cut each section of
apes, woven into the aura that n ithiown fur. Charley Sargent always gor his hney. Takinwith him a the cover on the grain of the ma- T I
clt olnembarrassed her with his flattering, goodly caravan and rich presents trial tou eRt- asCIseseu.
..cld..-fol ie hvreitin fees dirty Herma e Nroie ta h mastr :on his' .'
eotfuc aad fWith thic yellow Gu
Sa ftuneteller. a nd flirty ways. He made her from his master, he set"out on his
That word Rob' McLaughlin had feel aboutteighteen. 'Journey. Add horseradish to, taste to hot
-ropped so casually 'into Ken's Isn't this a, day!" she exclaimed' There is much to learn here about buttered bets Gives them a tang.
thought, atream that day race "Who could believe it-was snow- 1theneed f parental concern, and o eten, melt one or two table-otwetn mel on-rtotbe ONTI UIRMARA
Ing last nighil That's Wyominj for a their interested action in helping spools of brown sugar -over all. *
ace, "bre lItc owd toth you!" She turned her face up to young people.tq find the right mate. ug
co a, owngtoth
e ic w t the the sky. There were magpid and ,.We see the idiprtance of avoi's very rI or feet if,
sevbth cseyr Thee wer es'din
4Aokee tndo n k Wihastee- Pi s d aele' pey rsu to:
aploe and chicken hawks gliding ed marriages, especially weion y l
a d ciihs nesteeply/ ;tilted wding against ose btween a believer and anu- lrepeeo onated Paper or
W ~ ~ iTwilnt a e lutKe, -a o n~d tn ;ihr rug
rthtable mother to teach him ian- vthe eered, came. a, breath of We see' the need of constant deers, with the 9pwer, and speed snow from the eversummer-Range pendence on God, for only He'hasn
i. W.sen washing windows polish
which canedown every one of the in the south. the wisdom and the knowledge them with crumpled newspapers
s oIt ad e 'Last night," said Carley, stil human hearts which can properly You'll be delighted with results
t ~' Nell ~h o had it e this sg- s dhhovering, "was a mighty nice party kh t join two lives together. In our day 101
gestior. Since then it had not been -ar iand resolve to use this method
yBut Im, afraid to face Rob. e when marriageis so carelessly and hereafter.,
utof Ken's. mind, -bawled me out for dancin' with casually contracted, these mat-
a~kir-ohe arni dooryte.lo~ustoe n;ihue s o eund ~ a,.mdttn ~ .
h ao n atigh strode out i ingbreehe-you so much." ters need special emphasis,. lengten thelifemo baby'
a at ehand ard gt dr eye cr one," called Colonel -A Fair Damsel '(vv. 15h20)W. B U .i
Thnd leg lcka'Iwp4 his- -ub~r panie washhsthron, them 'i WED.-w4HURS-- c --AT',.-,
B 0 yue -oomy, Bare yo -y THe's our bronco-buster. When- exploited in our day Notice that tey sare e on
Har ob "b I n s a yu ver o has a young horse he while Rereish was very fair sher a t n
h'isren d hoHd n to houd-totipc h- ht sko tl to gired he alu o ha r tse at in o a e o thit o i alsee ORLOSLARGESTu-E ERATIr.
c se d e w ad thened noatw her te a:5 wna iny MthTe ma srpe k He : se an.lo er t
.n,:No~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~~~~tp totrc joday him clsd.btenT t a eeat,,' aesfr bedn,ol Tonm- it n,' bu it f heas beenrstargt oon '"
~ J-Kenra toss the laten house, ond, Bu Kennhaimpotantlbsieeswnith a $as~o o di sh er ate mrriagte,-aottoi e ihrta h
top.o com1ment.-, .uc
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gorge, toy ta ng nopendse.d the buar h.Kooen a a A t t o so cities ofer. t iny l hased n hga n se ichat pi
eason, logiecauor n l facts. Wen haad oey p ou t t his moth Taomit y. tehg a r o donhansen for temalan onu
"Lons fr me of th& acres call F eain.che oltd notve wouBrlikfa s toby -Wherehi r cl arse id ofa t thers mhacomemtohmm pmep
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th -a oene alN ered itr wass n. eon put te bo intt u e tho fr tem,,s esiily to sohef smoor wv th dbe-ha 'thise w s thap r
hor wouldho. -It4 was soid Houg so -ut as the lhario beakfas prod jg'ttig ot roan that sehn t
to teell abouthenshcolt befsow.re o het heycoledntchinb them. oon-t mpesrughp.ritahedfla comee with wie conbe foerde onf
had~~~gn ahhnetHwr oldgtterfnisack a zd usages and ots ofran co Isaac.bupomtl
bti atenckad "Woul ite cost Quh Ca? e ihtikylo urs Noticeu that hee madee know hisp NONEas badREnog..u mi
"Promise a roisote PROMSE and Bu caKen getdthempott f o- c ar dm and Raon spo an mater his incals itin an i
"lsiet bseeI pmise tigaet h m o in T rewer et Ree bt ao the kih n H me an e to thew pr le RGde m o h o
back.". the w..kthnokof.iso and ly rldon a Jiedi pIes otf tesito"d wo ldh ot as he o f or Isa grmt
'ouind oh e stes and thrag ot th s ou ldsetandt nutha ve out, Klhimen care tak eting' epithr thair oun itshoce, be hereil but a wit Flit! Te lea
1 they sat e in th he ato heis fto do its slf. this cltt ee uto ell n'. thn basis orrte aiac the mlgsi
j'nggof bn o n rae of thi sitoes- Ken lened a st the oftmoney no d' Even hil he whi h fce. o cal
mbil re Goous n whichse Bere ar o he an The rye i e mare bre how h3ens higher t u ltue o thir nh e t'itution of ar mind ha etadi brg on Ety.m idtt d oIa t d ithei s brown ad -s kw so e hin g c th e relld uph
eean, logc crch aturay f t llowdoth had eenIt's the r i isnou the thg it? 'a will to ohwhat she cah for the Pient dcae esental to humw nri w showed n
"Promie!" stoo lookiwhainng of the cas asswoud e s id H w i his.es
St hb4 inkng.o Chaley S ret o th e ah? g wat whuh shei bred- colmst cA erica etnd c k o al lov P
U~~~~h~~~ta he's mine. experonyinetnca oorb e d the.
to g sabet leri hs nadr k-i tchel ol- ra oarey eoughmm I' tack s. Dr ess eoin ev t t g s 4 6)A or S T F4OI T'n I R I E
cromng-en'svoe rown fae te otop t the he of brthe saire why don' you the er bre
ehrs hNewbr ed werd lo oeand hoed, s yod wore sotat they wale aYo aa tt tih o improp im t he on MA-St
.ti oKen Gry c ob g lsoo mt Chr tey e et a partuan lont wih the cob te mgomnt othe a me atroe state his fmo
ted ritfth ei fahrhera for fee whigwhi vng onem nofris awtbcaeoflltwsgig4 r THere ws one otceryuno 9,1,
ae hell to le r d was ld m A pala ch p slte ern w1if Love rcat ad i l do-r i tIa
Khe whn osarly soare t aset anbe ont of ha so wer hose iness inan' stu in for te. h e hitor ooth dubly etaret ths wo thus
the aouthen',gho talk bore his othe udt rua atthem nton th- gdo troug" ,rtad f lap come et him look fov the griod. with
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power at the wrong time, that it will I I this cause at the Court House in Mon- ust 1945, whll li is the 6th, day of .A-ug- I
THE M ONTICELLO NEW S not, because of the war's continuing tictllo, Florida, -on the 20th day of ust: 1945. 1 ,
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detn and 'tain's.4ependQnce on I -M EAT ON THE W AYI plaint filed herein against you, the (,CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)~
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1: ffiiiii 'and 4ss Vsppe (19- )k ffie first Monday in.44AJp:o4h;qTAjW-, I
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tiM -,h,,,tbP(4JI*&j 1fgJq, ,Sanders of Ashville were rna, ri6d by 4i'tla 9 11 I i I 11 . I
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4m r grains, including harvesting, legunies ( ouDtiy, ylo yid .!! T P'V 8 ,4 1 T H ,
t l f t ,tyAW6nq i 4abh.',jrt h6 kentf' IN 61, i 4 ,, D X ,,,, . I I I. .1 '.
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TOSE1111 L RISKAMINI, I~ R t r ) 1;, ,, :., I
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1 i a .AA ftAt thief ,4 ilother Mrs. L (10 ffl ', I I M i llf ZW I 6 fi- ,- W ",3,; -Jq vav .. . I I 11
yt qV.tL), -B-WPi,1t1s I -) f, I .Th* disposal of the district's old Ni i I r , 1, "- 1. 1" i ; (I v)jil jou ,,,,LfF -, '' , -.,; ,-1 .(iJ 1-) c"Iqqf I ,)a ii, ff I ''. "
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nonsense." , TPw'Pii"q:Aer ') yl A P",P pp,"T" i 11
-- day last week. to enlist in-ltfle' ih ,V '; lo ,il-uir,:' ,,l 1 ,-'' ,,, 11 I r:;, I I
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-may )V*-E1rTfSF -AND' -UDI, ,J. 'PIT0,1P ft ,%ICIN -;i I ,,11ii I I I
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direc, step into t9felitwpulism th he A 'Iffirn&p"&,kA 6Ji'!ACddunti Of ; (Autlflori2 ccl,,ty iAcpfion 81,,Ai? ,uu rii.t,,S!li.tpt(li,, 1 ili as Aineiided b Secti'6 21 1 '.




FRftWU4V003X IRE A198X!CEL40 AFV ,fM jtj7 '-r77-CLARYE CELEBRATES 3IRS. S. AIMINCXON
ban ?lDuboiq nollo-) iii ejfi-wjoi'fq _S Plan Ear wa ,AyX
EVENTIU.-BIRTUDAY,
b9hrmqz9 fiwo _1 9 A ".1t.,
A iloljf ) ff )r&x,, ol wo e,,z -s.
).T Mi -Stella L1eSLn rrington
-flirm al"vi of Mrs Tom L.['Olanki prberthi e t 11 1 a+ t ln -1vn
ci 1W
Oon_ JAI 23, -A S. _jR a 4441 a sh ar
,Tond y in len-th or'36 i C es I t affi t in t& nQss.
110JIo') Udl pg" ipEflqint) ffl' home go k4Ah'' trhl a it a 11 should s h, p Bqrn ip Weatherford, Texas Mrs.
OWPf gb
-).It f I pi. I honoring her dau-htclr olly, 1 aR TPpre,! f e i tO, Ai:. W
,boi f1oI?-1,jVf1o'ig-t o i z party jh tightly p, e so t a Intents ma p k' pffL p pe 1 0
4k_ wif ? 4- V ,,
HI H! t auithin fl e! inj .g
Piro = P=3 11:17 1; on lHll-, jieres a a
pn her'-Sr7GTtttr-ttrtfTda-y:--- make. One by boat up the A ww. n' 1
"if I d river 'which takes bol,,4 hours.- The of 6 0 cesi
eliArlovwwe llhat rj2tuined hoirid IntefeVtir*i# Lw4s v -ere, played idu-ritl pAok4Dg, ', Rk boxobL QWUI)W c cr,
g enjoyable ; 4 p". I -W,- ,-,, : 1. wl
'visitors in Tallahassee on Tuesday. e8 ;ky I -Alp 1411htly ill j) c," ita e'yp Ne J;qM
Wgdh d Tytor4 ,i mt fltid1j'aZwkat "if)h
:with, relil- tl,
featur&'Wlso 48 d 'fish' ;pond, Where, b (tr
each I LYIP IS IDY, air. e r f
Mrs. John Paaco of-Raleigh, C., 9 ) I vp ryA" e lof--i
th, re-ular 12 864 eo MaKe in co q 1,
, ) 13 1, Wff RY111YO141, sOO ,,, n
0*W--tT1m&i or" N -1,Tacitsonvilf n 1 pink with--min-; Qdihd their h-261. a'h W ( -4- gagw Aid.
e as the' gudSt Of h ET ture'" -,ZM 4
i Ja '1z Iml "t
's kk$ -7- All 9tO JhkIfid,9'4,xWh o go- a on, i'T L 1,f
-blIj! lf,;S. Dilworth Clatkv_ ', J ti
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In-giftV, A 49. affiriliep tripp, )vyr I TO71ffi(V & GOA'an ed wiV3 j I '_ I t) (M n iic "I tl.1,11, hi, Y
Worth arrived Tuesday for a'rao&tb W,, Ind' Betty Stokley 1j, I I I'll Czec -us ria a l a 611 )d
es ea y I qfdif V
'J 'can
stay in Monticello. to, Party- secu- ali
spehd', e1mrtVAveeks i With f ri end 7T1TT,:,faf),) 0,) d sh !the ride. '. .
an 60,11 Chtld4t dj ?4twa f 1$90tq 9 -I
oi[3 grU Pf if
to 444 1 1 i Ir sno te6nh"s.
4it _t:9 j tit %J oi ob
Ai O RM Lieut. Marj are I t Hughes 'Aho lla, La u or M, YSI&O'.1e I'M lauding thqtfpf
R. Lloyd have returned from a two 1)dT.vbA9,i ezw Iije capaelties,, ine
wPAAF 4k at Da"MYk 49eaeht,' jPo,tbQr, Mrs, i Arthur I --Trff- &,3m bWi)jVrf1 e iCQ,ypAy I W, f
jt ,ft TjqQPPtlYj9r F ewis, R it
",Qrt 4 b qA f,
Qfti h 4titUle Black, of VevwiBeaC14 Wasbirgi W Pq hm;
4#410 _A)3MbQVLMtA= 1_ H r , b (I's _', J!" al, avilices cj vq qre ,.j 4" f
8 C 1 ymn
4, t
a4)U6(P;Ased-through Montjcello, di 1'1 K6:n7r1N(iWr6u1wfb11oqUvhnof h*op and trag6
makers canne thle) Flnzb F3MsbYtft5" Qflu
j-oj4;I4ni i I 4pA Str ; Vl, "TtifMI 111,
P. ov 0 %qz*&hojme 0 T
") flft 4 ey I E,
p Krogi -ay,.
,ooil hav, wtll3meqe 46 Wvw&
,ja st a of la alt; BuciVnIge t a U D
Wi -.tand-Mrs. by
dk ,Mr ,js,(M ta, Ga-, _whero,,.tlw.yi1A'UVi1 Tl c' an r
I- s or Yd b9gn< Tl also jat)d3
al Edward B- L Mr. and Mrs. Ray Simpson of Tal- n military and ci ori A __9hAW ".3m graphics o In,
visit- ------- c - vi Ill -1"4Wb bfivol)l f Sa V6UI by Mae:
BaWyWr, -- 1.4 42. farmers today are inor conscio' J" V, V ,V w J Y 'Oh ; f 0* L'C]DttV0h(', islwcdther, SiTRps6H*
former s bro fc
of the importance of effi 'ent use of service Column
RAiss Mary Smith and Mrs. Frank W6011i e
his'home on West Washington street. labor than at any other in the'
C01W AVr11Agtoft )Ja11l'611 CjJrd*1e, j(Gaj4;,
134 S ni state's history. (continued from page 1) a 4 I
Aaml, anoff n ssup,4 -At 'f;f 'not -have !,iT -,,,,,,,0anford; a bi, other,
Q" 'Rowell Ga., spent the week end with Pfe (to", businesss' He lo*todmh*1dYuzd aiad
'I A ad ef eats of I pifod&Von, Lfnlore than 50 yards awAnj am *TT.
IdiiAng"Ifie aft: f6ur', Years'jif- they' a&V,
Grinelle Bishop, the latter retur.in rtVb1jf4fVe I Mary-iRaYestan-i off:Svnfond; A 10
has tulzed jitAlhin on Sunday for, a few days th 1 ffi(jjen'ey j bfT
Wrs. D. A. Malloy lriq6Li d' uoll ),4aprii bfl Ca Iflor erguli n i5oriMq and(, ftWpbqwis. 1) fjTwp p
f visit of several weeks j4 jhgirAtjoshW
_n their operations,- because t y (lid, n6t
AA ins;
,jCy with er son an AFal:
h d d ughter-in-law 1 --bands nor time, to do the pjjb jo ,wp
Vhave the th" e'l -IR, j y
ant)EUU Qd pNWRgvaj3
Rev. E, L. V4 : ,Anda5t-,f
work "s "es pV t
or rankfort, Ky., when en N,
he joined, when "10 0, ft"Ptam m 'Every Achi Jif W 1-16dE I t r c4A ou
PWRIR2 i attell6d
Nisles Carolyn and Beverly PattidO(W. Baxter and si r, Miz- thpqe, oq4p jWjua;if4prp" ,b9MH* t4Tq
left fu mdgrml,( i 11)44uit ,p V"TdAlb"611fr)-ims; ?18WhnkcoJTu:g1fnWuAL1
Wednesday morning for alabeth, who are visiting his parents I: opiq V iI ;
44 a, Iiigtolf' 1&ff- YIi 'ItA
vle,.it Of several days with their sister, to 1K.jajjAV L-.ter YIY ..... ran aff 59 ,Aullfjcfo tA
-1. Hampton in Atlanta, Ga. )M.11 I hM fi ,st lffbr diwgy.y. tll% re ar04biY04fl see.
xf u Tz lo aq,
f
Mr. and Mrs. Hooper Alexande work, and the -time required to do
Sr. andMrs. Stuart Sim I fl n 'IdW Madge, Amelia, Jessi g,
thw L iWiffi rags, t-ft Must- rbe
sqp, ac k, and Mrs. N) Apt 'n PeTrYTH, left Sunday for thei J,','od
,4d ilv, home in Asheville, N. C., following tl esO 'cavo, qV)1fily 44,%0 bigil
'CIRldren, Q
IN, hd i e s* hobjeckirei
t(7: a month' visit with Mrs. Alexander's"
L4 4 4 ehyriination utt- dqfl imYbe[1aqt4vV4f ImIfvhhn186Qq Ar Ifilid 3fi &idl fit-)
parents, Mr. and,.,Mrs. H. K. Miller W, I tto 1_
milb W 4r,4_6 & 0 4f T 6 it) and i t iW I, tw (a I'd I j oi % PffgDli grf fjgjjW
IM .
Alexa- derjoined his family here, .1
s qr ifj 01 1 lop
14?Aneffi OW -Aastweek of their stay.
i &.rs Fred -A. MaWi' i i'a a whdq 111 0 'w-!j )If)j!*H
T&ursday, by plane,, f A l V
,rom a visit of L: f, ,j j f Yn q
slperal w MMOnCh jArVilran
girl irfiil hi bgilp.ittil Vf -.ew
ILT
e and, ro QAa _s thi", thet l ihapmri aeGoni ihshedi d! -)fuqkil -fo ,lf;o
h., week with Mrs, Dann's parents MlljildtP thaftif ItWeyo 'did i'Witl? (-more, hellfi 'Ie I r*44d" Wtirki-bbUmi i--,vR-r9cj
xeM
Accompa MI),
rnehtcSta4; IMPefIN Ijlf3j '10 1) 1 k; I j3,jj
iss Nell Carroll by Pearl Hamrick Expd' I
I' 'a courze thJ "Vp 1TI aq e Six M, arll MiodA P.1
Is r. and Mrs Dann,
Su in Bainbridg'e, Ga.
State College fdifM A,
labor problems, believes that this o f S p
er yer erjopn. %, jUjqn,& JL
ve this week for W t I onda&ef A C E
C4 th t J qi dgro bor effi0jeliCy by th ,' ,k J C&jj )F;T (III WOrT pi J;fl(j 14 1(), b'jbiV0-1q fl;' 5d 9'113ti ?U0d
ere she will be corin d h( b jB9t bm f, P, i ,d 19doil TA
lio'school systemT John Matthews an A i 11",v g ,,3 0 f
C, Fibriiia-ip ATictilture,,,in the yeax )tj )"j lo 9,)I19f)I1 '-,f ;w gill
S to guns lrolt l rl I Y10 JA l
Mrs. AN ,,oug son, tr _.Illei, 4Drontfsl Idut wh
h 01A Mat, t Ye 6 nl 16 jr, sv 4jM
lindusti:yj I'll p
of : rcte ,M,' a-, --h 0' their ; o 14Msh
rs. Geor 'EM IR
ge Ward formerly a WAC rtivloa Pi b[3
-t0d(1-,Riuuh.1 ftomrizlOreaslng arrived -bere -_the people helped liber-11 Eld j
the.'U. S. vacation with tOAtives'in Tallahas-'171"!- prot 4 ---- --who has been vis p 0 V gh,
Iabor efficienefy-and that-, -rodUO.7' A ti Ub,,dfneh)Ew, jW)LatiijA
relatives in, Vifginja and Winter see. On Wednesday, Mrs. _W
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The Monticello News, Monticello, Fli., Friday, August 3, 1945
aviator's LifeRaft Carries SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLECRAFT
One, Midget Searchlight 1-D oIina Pinafore
A searchlight no bigger than a This cute 15-inch rag doll has emroid
. ..nu hch w l .pr c a ,0- Thi cut "5ic ra dol has W.mbrnolld
wit which will project a 1,500- o ered features yarn curls. Easy to make.
candlepower beam 'of light, is Pattern 7077 has pattern, directions fo
standard equipment on life rafts doll, clothes.
r aviators forced down over sea. Due to an unusually 1ge demand and
65.. "e" the..current war conditions, slightly more tie
-Visibl 65 andileos awa ,.te.. .. ...ro
visible 6 saway, te sis required in filling orders for a few of
watt lamp is mounted in a water-' the most popular pattern numbers.
proof housing and is designed HEN Tommy Holmes of the Send your order to:
to be worn on a band around the Boston Braves passed Rogers
head. The life of the searchlight l Hornsby's consecutive hitting record -. sewing circle Needleeraft Dept.
It about 100 hours. of 33 games, the time seemed to 564 W. Randolph St. Chicago so, I8l.
Fruit Spreads Ln Chambers' Point-Easy be about right for your correspond- Enclose. 16 cents for Pattern.
1LTMenus ent to Jook up' a. few notable NOButer Shagse*Wil e 0 Mepor..
__ _ __elp_ _E ase ......records that might lst for generalast Soa _____Nam.
B m tter Shortagg nStuffed Pork Chops tione
GRANDA N W -Potatoes Au Gratin One of these is Joe DiMaggio's Ad
Green Peas and Onions consecutive hittingrecord for both X
* defection Salad leagues that totaled 0.
Biscuits Jam 56O contests. This
thanks to this *Mint Ice Cream tok place in 1941.
, V'~ K i ICOrange Refrigerator Cookies DiMaggio began col- **,* JQJ
#W# EER T ON' o1n0eei a s PULP WOOD PRODUCERSV&.
sOmmdia sodbute ip ive a 15 and finally If you are cutting pulp, cod
stamin yo6hudbcuepr1 ~~~'~l~Gvr~~ eased firing on the
Stb07rererB beaten, t'this will ow
adedlilea tone. ." ...p
W wne rfu d it....ui aite be a, tough one to S
Sco' onae yur diuregnc u To prep are fruit, crush or grild crack. There are Produce and Cut MoreWood
'about, 2 quarts fully ripd aspbe* two other almost with Less Men." Save time,
ries. Measure "'Sugar, syxtp and rhattan targets E lucky little "mother" of effort and money-inply send
ardo e minute. Remove om than 2,000 contests. It will take a
and add bottled fruit piectin. Stir stronger combination of steel and
.......... beor an hiebolng oi n o amttro 1 yer a mrfe m vbe and skinm during the next 5 mih- concrete than we have ever seen so utes, then pour quickly into glasses. far 'in one hman system to pass Paraffin at once. Lou Gehrig's mar. This must
Rlpe Blackberry Jelly stand among the incredible features 't
When making peach Jam, use fully (Makes about 9 6-ounce glasses) of sport. ripened fruit foc best in fleor and a nu LoT s ngai his 1ong march in 1925
,..,IF SO color. The fruit is prepared as and fially came to the end of his
WATCH OUT rne futy cos ing coarsel odareer in jc.a The second untouch- in 12l
Were, bycopigUTrsl 2 cups-light corn syrup,
before being added to the other in- 1 fruitpectln able mark belongs to Babe Ruth and
ts medical profession knows that gredients. his -count of 60 hone runs, piled up
-hg a person may be cured ofcom*o prpar juc, crush, Oi g ind 9
nmeasariathey may have it come about 2qr of f
keu Aso,if yueone a Lack of sugar need be no excuse oThere another pretty fair ball
run down, have pains in' for nott putting up those mouth- (el- heras other pettyr ha
tba and legs, fee weak and bro no O oloth or ba and squeeze out P o Trus Raymrpafhts lack nevu t g chillsals and, waern jams ote9a .... .. .
-r haven't.strck you yet. andyo an Juice. If the amount does not meas- mond Cobb .who has to his credit
haft cm idny. poksO, pay stolen Jellies tlles aienh o f t n one,
a chances. Try a bottle of xl. summer. If yu- u t e fferet Is oSe equaled.
O o nnehe ia m ad o aer e th the 1pulp and squ h 1eze out ae sAler s e ed R T
0eo a. look far enough Measuresugar and 'syr This record Includes al ifetine totalcopudd yNtr alne w o l
C o~Rontel eati okn liit su saeulroln boil whloitnioff shtuhs agt ntqbnft np eiiaiaeteadag ai
-anddlIf b fs b dish and set asidee untl needed. of 2,24 runs and 4,191 hits.' ball7" u ds a
wyoh moneys wll be rePrned. electable' f r u i t eplacebJimmy and H Greenbr
andeyur druiafiei quart o. m over ht flire and almost caught up with Ruth's home
b thua toasp are rujythse he. Hn Wa stoil h 6 sstoutsolow Gp "oST et0naon
'?iad powdere tinhie. ... ..
easing up another g c d d pereTE CASE wi MArs DISOaDERenh f ta o
so ageuth ee uelfruitap etin. Mix but no o there ball player hdals even a
a ae-thad ofp tri id ant a ses. he inalLegue r holders
Hot aeanr .a. well band continue a close to Cobb' s double mark.T a
butter sfrn This package Onnain of tqaob stirringrl red cad,'
tude hCrnfor coeves 92:<1 :; ston ade record also includes 892ghs.e" acddba loMeta i
ma n ieqit sgodbi stir use i frmi xi sets aomrecordb ofur &some sort eier
Rh uradSi ge neal ofar etico owun f "rn epn11bttm1-,esante hto tesit
Wen co sr i itsed ass al s- te sne-s aod thnor c eran-de drug n Whe m you mix it with y
-tit umteti to cheek the omnort ways may be rsed for maintaining heseswtel sarEde l etntana
_4~~~tin b o W lsiuinb o ch ies aore en dr Let stad n Watur John Am4 ien,,% ,acodn odrcinsaddikCayo
a a o lgfaefloe s'giv cold. ac hies intoshoteteriledLeau.,.is thi e ekat a n exana, the sooth- the traditional teime-honored Jam bi. nsupuy after day, od o toillions who aavel attacked
lies and cupbor. lso a nd syrup and Cobb, Ruthc ahd Gehrig, all Ame the cles. Gently but'vureen Crazy Wa*
ammdao coritr syrup isor askihnr, l Bre sfts a n rn'o
and jy supoa.Fr s of mh lll iB te, th stmlae the mai clearsn chai. a... e... .... in... e....
...... ereldno n fr co bring mixture to can Leaguers, complete the trio that Wt p
lataiit Rei igth lm s r s rollng boil, wilie continuing offers th toughest atrgets on the neg sl
S ei corn s es stir' Boil hard minute Re- baiting side f the gameor. And whe
fla th fvo loIng. rcpse isy, ewitor s ist to spare lofrgel ofz the
D AKu C HE efor sweetened Or,;oase w secondly, fruity ss o Wh
Ilipe PeeachoJameyousti urelthatoWaltergJohnsonoisyin and berry juice may be pasteurized iov from flre, skim, pour qpe kly you mitio the to as ball '.&i xcess acidity. et. vepi Ca
-leOwhileuj re esaois i u Paraffin hot jelly at once players of all time, Cobb and Ruth'
wte ckas iJm nd allies Those of you who have enough draw most of the votes .although
Seep~ ~~~~ ~n mour eyeo peeled forJlle lioanto-onot' o arsi h
cuts, burns,*eaddleoorearllar cosmt.*f 56 consecuive scoreless
ri' eory preserves which are such an rix- ing that refuses to be hakn'loose.
inrtteara rd o aotAs fur ee ejofrese cher ieans aon er til has thrs ato followand jams made of pasteurized fru fowl and other mai dishes. the National League record holders
rte'atel.p 1 aboues 'thenteiue of e caa Joho ns em a ost r dtAo ToTther tar-,
It nhandfoand berry ejmuice? It ed not be afre at bat-and Mel ios still und erfected, tests aso. Cdclori ad fh eCher4y sreservhs.toua 23 bceyon hs leadwaydbcus h eligcn whole incresisg is led Mel '4" "......
emayci ahoh be quite as good, bu is Use from fu to e pound sur sets a record of some sort everOe an A r
generally fair. each peund of fruit depend ing Upo time he gets another hiust or steps into
When corn syrup is usli ed s an sb e a ti selet sceywtanother home run-insofar as then
* stitute for part of the ougar, the cherries with sugar; let stand over- *rational Leage is concern ,Aed.n
corn syrup should. be added to. the night. Heatbslowly to boiling.bn Boileuct i t sins et ee
Fruit along with 'the sugar. If dfrec- rapidly 15 to .20 minutes, or until tand-Out Pitchers tions for the substitution of corn cherries are'tender. Let stand until ehnma '
Walter Johnson, another American
*:syrup for sugar oare followed as urmgiv- cold. Pa e nto hot, sterile bagur, w her pith n fl as
en in the recipe the jams and jel- jars. Boily syrup until thick. Pour ouas the meri altaner tret tng th le ft
Nlo u u i na i n, p o l a los tth b eaio tr e
lies will set favorably. Also, when -hot syrup over the cherriewnm g o ttve ong i and n
.~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~ ~s sea at movec fo fievcor estse byr Tim Khtevefeni nohsimdaefml,.o tts oatncsayt
St corn syrup is 'usled, thefr e inpe lrHl onnce. Ol and Barney isn't so far in front le th ge ae s getag e oa
" 'agg gagg yield from bne to two' oftawional Cy Young.' In fact, looking a trifleth t
ashfrblddeditaionscaued uesd co Ri Peahtym pe od lcce or.wne many furhafie Wat Johnong the sitredr.erhnoeta it or
exsatn glasses of ja or jellya Pri mo deeper into the matter, TeafYotenrag'sfwyas hs
ad noifngndedchr a at an o uroertpe*]el pou pouani s srpUIvIS clns9t 20 io re rdeoerzse 1hd wold elares,' hen i ett hn otewdthErivers,
Nte: nhe corn srup desi nated ne mark may outlive all others. It cosco-o rey o h
in the following recipes is white corn sists largely of these figures-games
~>DO'T'TK CANES srup. pitched.-906, games won-5lO. When ".A,: *'
A CfsBuns SuddeSorei (Makes about 12 6-ounce glasses) as second place, 97"a wireodising games'u
:./ U. S. War' 4'ocndssprepared fruit Releasdaway .at 413, you 'get a better idea
1nfAcs work fast . on livea 4 cps prepare friti. of Cy's miraculous contribution to
aaswe as h .w the art of piling up victories. tm,-ic Tr e fusnt
sc your eye adle l -k thennput One of Johnson's t spmarks Is the'
eu* pneele ts krchtag, bottle fruit pectinie
adds collar count of 56 consecutive. scoreless
'91dsrulses in flesh wounds. To prepare fruit, pit and peelc u a n s e 'in o ct
Sanes stockuien have relied to6 about 3 pounds of fully ripe fruit. jr means something better than six Ha"n t 1l1 h saefWa
year on soothing timeetested Grind or chop very cine. Ih desired,oney'Frall tree Fo a care rha that 'w"erDPorter'aAntiseptcOll.Keep 1 to 3 tablespoons spice may be add- Jo1inson also sets up two other tar- 48 s
Itapen hand for emergencies and ed. If peaches lack tartness, / cup g with atrfe ave 113 b
eeled because the peeling con- AppleswitEse 4o7ver, keua s aed u1bu1h3peiepooal o ec
et only as directed pe Cidon't lemon juice may be' added to the 4over contmuall orbinndaGorarolewhi-)
HlveInfectionachance!Atyour cups prepared fruit. k aesnsitoteal R3 eahd Ge 910, afondc ha h e .b
quincst's. Measure sugar, syrup and p qe- u e s d n a
, But Old Pete must be drawn into
K' ~ e~' ,~ '''~ pared fruit, solidly'pckd ino ..I.,+ -~" ~ eet'oiety with the. p;1itcig-.
withwate.lCurtgaes and preferred). Cook 2 "t 3 '"ups apple hae ofee Wisn,11 Geeat Eiseasow- Andprtn thrhin abou Ailrnd qusis tht them Adycussed "a berreseedonl ell.g Brter atatmeih syuwadln rkis ais hilepa'sit bnxeiii te education, is ttm h grous wh no beong.ta i
tttatc oking Fruits sover the m Leegeaeentlys re' snotms*in etal balprweeansasoLegue fywsa whole elofdifer entern- constotly in ink wo your"
.'" .,.be.boiled onyutilest, fieoter- toe trmanspaely maioang. Wh en s on o19.liousual, ,Aexne undig theolitical ausnes eofon congresmatn an ustxentrs toyu
'-" ina~~~~~*~iserhey ose lavrin costly in an color ja'r ad continue uthe in.1 S.B.otmr Erros in.A.' bpeiofs;ti'aln with 'thesmeo newspaers Declare coury;lf.
a R~~~IIF~~Mel berforeti itd islok all added cookte Taket toehru afs n ot spiceser29 20n, call whomlhe oesn' eve lke ut,a iti eesayt e
ing hotL bn olover oil har jelysur reanihal syrup arer avised winnin games BA ..Bttetaeyo ol Prn tr eAnnfu oc
~ugj9 dat 'fr~iaiafter__ithas cooed minate. Rlas for bstresuts. nede.Ths ma The two m ark of' 19cneutv #tK a oler o ~'ln inihos 461~ig.
Prse v Ou iery t mak e sue froatedie sevdwt chckn r urey establise by TiBashftit hsimdaefnl~y bsaesoi tncsayt
p~ucssacit i m uin seith Jar rassesaameati loaaroasInorairn.ked am..
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The~ MlonticeJI6 News, -Monticello, Fla., Fiday, August 3, 1945L
Fun For heb lFainiiK
SNAPPY FACTS
SSPARKY WATTS -By BOODY ROGERS RUBBER ,.~
HELO OC HLO,,PR RZEMEMOR 6'vt(LAP LOOK(, DOC- NO, NO HAI-PIT R7
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- H1V5AI-NG. HVL~ AV ~PRY~J VA r --OIH' Tires which were Inrdcd#
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GUG! Habr to wae th o'-t
I n~~~~~ecessity of n~ ,outo3e
- .... ~jr~ synthetic rubber, were crea&te~dafler
fourteen years of intensi e resea'mh
/In synthetic rubber by B.F. Goodirdii
, ~ The imps are repoi-tecl-,
-have reversed the pir ceis fa*' uny king rubber out 'of oif"Una
are making 'gasqline,'ando.E_- o~ut of natural rubber.
~ A bN L overseas, operated by the Ord2.~'\ ~ ~ .. ~ ~ ~nonce Tire Repair Company To'
REG'LAR! FELLERS-Wrong Imipre'sion -By GENE BYRNESreapdfeserdy
THAT T oAr ITI 05ME, NERVE!
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CLEAN DE 1
P=1SI.P -CONSTIPATIO
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you have tried for constant.
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~IJ/ ~bring you exdellen, Lre~uIts
. your money back. Cautidn; m .7.....ct, *. only a directed. ,
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EIGAT THE IMONTICELLO NEWS; F;I AY, AUGUST 8, 1945,
Aside from combat duty in all thea- ducts composed wholly or predomi- standards of living new scientific deAgriculture The tres of' action, the Coast Guard main- -- -- ---- nantly of cotton, and omits employes velopments in cotton products, ad
tainp as well all of its regular duties j.of many industries to which cotton the industry's own. expanded sales
Co serv o and is even now formulating plans First Ar ed lash of Revolution is an important but monor raw ma- program are expected to help mainfor post war activities that will pro- I 7 terial. tain top payrolls.
(by R. E. Clark, Soil Conservationist) vide even greater service to all en- ,Was Attack On Gaspee Provision of machinery, supplies The report emphasizes that' cotton
This is the story of the ingenuity gaged in commercial or pleasure and services necessary to the opera- will require no reconversion period,
of a Jefferson County farmer. boating. tion of the cotton industry employed and that layoffs will not occur as a
P. G. Roberts purchased a 240-acre Right now Florida is experiencing N the night of June 9, 1772, one As they moved alongside the 703,000 workers. Initial processing consequence of. military cutbacks.
Ire0I ...17 e s her m e a me _t.
farm just south of Lamont. About a "boating boom." Registration of hedred colonial patriots gath- Gaspee, herof fier and seed by gins, oil mills,
o~ageent beot wasto ...... i: :.ered :at Sabin ,Tavern in Provi-] deck. The signal was given' and"" tae'
all the encouragement he got was to motorboats in th 7th; Naval District ered at Sabin tavern in Provi- deck.olonialsigal opened fien, h compresses aid handlers required BETHEL A.M.E. CHURCH (Colred be told hat t-he farm was sandy and has Spared well past the 15,000 mark dece, R. I., to chart a desperate th coasred and late 131,000. Transportation from farms
worn out, the woods fll of panthers and i stil climbing. More and mre venture. Flickering shadows fom was o bured This 1.prcessors manufacturers and Sunday, August 5e
-_-; burned. This W" tprcsosad anfturers and Sunday August 5, wlbeobser~ved
and the ponds alivewith malaria es re acquiring boats and at war's e e bullet the first a rme ditribtion of finished products, em-, as "Who's Who Day" at Bethel
mosquitoes'. Furthermore, 'he would- end when restrictions are removed re b e s clash of the Rev ,> plotted anot er 439,00 A.M.E. Churh. All members and
n able to hire any labor nor, dur- an9aoiei gi via eeb~gcs ,*caho h e~ lydaohr490l~AME hrh l ebr h
and taslbe iagnavlblethe
nte a ei pr ~ u a4 gasoline is aga available, athe g ainst the om- s lution. The shot aSt Largest group of cotton dependents friends are urged to be present on
ing the war period, purelase a"y number in operation will be substan- i battle, probed Lexington, heard
far equipment. Mr. Robertially increased. the inkypa tlaeec round the world," were the 3,015,000 individuals inol'vto use his oni words,; "a pretty hard- It i the aim of the Coas t Guard outside. was to come three ed, full or part time, in the wholesale
headed sort of fellow," decided to find to o severing in its ower to serve By ten 'clock years later. and retail distribution of cotto Stock Yard Report
to do: everything in:its power to:serve By te : o'cloc ... Stock ..... Report
out for himself and safeguard these boat owners and all was ready.The Sabs Tavern goods.
The first thing in rder was to ort Plans call for an intensi- hundred men l where the Gaspee t is already evident, says the Coun- Best ster & heifers ..... 10 to 16.0
establish a source of supply for the field air-sea rescue task unit operat- ed eight sma-wa edloit lun cil report, that cotton -ill be a prim- Meditm steers & heifers .... 8tolO.00
-a y.", d and launch I
well-known, "grits nd gravy. iand, 'IA
well- yn'gitsnarvi from bases inMiai iid St. Pet- ary factor in the solution of postwar Best Cows -------- ........ 10 to 15.00
Mr. Roberts is a skilled mechanic ersburg and strolling almost' 300,00 oarlocks muled Sabin Tavern in Providence, R. ad, asa popular employment problems. Tremendous Medium & common cows..... 6 to 10.00
anprin I ffhr'Sin Podnc;Rq a'wel v employment problems. Tremendous Mediu~m & comon cw...6t,30Q ,
and had brouight'most of the tools ofj sqture niles iof ocean, and inland; rowed offshore I and well oe p pd a B .. '.- 8tol1.0(I
.a u i a had against the of. tec hoste for uar med pent-up demand for civilian fabrics in Bulls -.._---.- ...... 8 .......
his trade withh him. He'built a shop 'waterways Sharp-eyed pilots., keep Brits schnr Gaspe At a tis thn on e hundred years. It carried this country, plus the need to clothe Calves .. ------- .8-to- 16.00
;and commenced repairing trucks, c British schooner aee. Ata vss- intdan one hundredyears, It carried. .
a dote epct ft h se tance-of sixty ards,.theywere chal- on until 1891, when, aged and Allied nations, will assure .peak pro-, Graded hogos on ceiling 1...425
terghors. Sadomeher hemn fon and aw thec basf sixhere~tey r fast- recu unate 1otarRuhs9olocelng,
tors. Smhere enthis a radiote base where-fast rescue lenged by -a British sentry. The weatherbeaten beyond repair, it duction during the immediate postwar Roughs, sold to ceiling 130
time to set out 55 acres of t hig e bl men made no reply. !The boats was no longer serviceable as ai era. For the longer pull, Feeder pigs.- 10.00 to 20.00
4 acres of kudzu and put in a In an emergency, such planes land Imoved closer, i ..
crop. He is meeting h4s first handi- near the distressed b9at and take the. .'
cap of sandy, depleted soil by sum- survivors aboard, sometimes stacking "
er and winter over crps of crota- them like cordwood on the wings and '~ ~ ~~
larandlin pontoons, then taxiing around until the Franklin Oil Co. fire in Miami to meet not only Florida's "boating BRANNEN'SI SERV ICE STATION
the crash boat arrives. ,, ... .. ,;
His main aideirp, lakn -of equip- t r es not long ago. . boomr" but any other booms or emerment, wa' met -with real American kiers who in the past have had In addition to the air-sea rescue gencies that might arise and its
tobenavigatingi lrd waters A1T T0
inititi d Beg un trouble navigate in Floda war and inspection sections, an expanded motto will still be "Semper Paratus" T L A S
able tofind a tractor for sale, he ca look forward to something better, captain of the port organization will -Always Ready. L I '
made one Hetook parts from three t. More than 3,000 aids to aviga- provide greater protection -for small- .'
different makes of truck and one tion have been established in the 7th. boats in bays, harbors or on the ~ CAtt Batteries Tires Accessories
ttac tand' assembled them into a Naval District since the war started. waterways. The number of such ves O Ir1i .g Cotton
t'Fv uydpt are.n0w) in opera-, tu es
farm tractor. This tractbrwas used e boy depots sels aided in one way or another i Tubes
in cultivating tung trees, breaking t chaiis are more clearly mark the Miami area alone is almost un- Requires Services of land and general farm use. ed, rules of the road enocd nhr eivbe alyegnare '
a -planting crops of eats nd ages des where it wasn't supposed to be an15 Millio Ameri PO LIS I N G
isetosmaintained, alof which 1! SOI i~ i '
blue lupine, his next need was a com- ipectios all in some cases plain carelessness ofS ____,
bine to ha rvest the seed. Again means it is goig tbe fo go one kid ot- another on the part of Memphis, Tenn. (Special)-The job W A
one ind o note on .the p W A H IN
combine was available so he built out in your boat after the war. the operator keep the Coast Guard of, providing cotton goods to Allied
one. An old mowing machine was! Boatmen are going to have to pas picket boats stationed at the Royal armies and to II. S. civilians in theA the foundation. On this he has built examinations before they are issued Palm docks on the go all the time. last year has required the full or GREAS ING
a complete combine. When he could licenhaes to operate, and to pass they A war born. aotivity which will part-tinie services of 15,101,000 Amernot locate a needed part from some are going to have to know the rules. probably, be continued on into the icans, according to tabulations release 'struck, tractor or other equipment, he Florida waters are going to. as peace isthe Mehant Marine hearing ed by the National Cotton Council. just went ahead and made the part. heavily travel, pro ornately, as unit. Traind men are stationed at Nearly two-thirds of the total were
The combie wasn't finished in time highways, believes Comdr. Ralph T. strategic poits all over the world engaged in te production of
straegicpoins 'all over, thewrd nae n h rdcino
to harvest oats or lupine this spring, Eiland, District Merchant Marine In- charged with enforcement of disci- Inaterial on farms, and approiiately A ITNDARD OIL PRO DUCTS ,
but will be ready by next spring for setor. "Thdy are going o be as pline aod all at vessels fly- 70 percent of their combined output. a tryout. I have seen 'the tractor safe or safer than highways if we ing the American flag. In.the Unit- of fabric and seed products was issuoperate and~have no doubts about the have anything tos do with it," he ed States, these units are responsible ed ujpder priorities for military or es- W b& pen day
combine. Mr. Roberts has also built sttes. for such enforcement btd all ships sential war uses, the Council reportibe, open all d
ad powered lawn mower and weed cut- fo uhef
Since the war Coast Guard fire- which enter territorial waters. Such said. Sunday except from
'er and a fertilizer distributor. 'btshvy e p t
Yes Mr f erts is r odias have been provided for many a unit is' now operating at Miami. Second to the 9,243,000 persons 11 a.m. to, 1 p. i.
. Mshrd-heddos and these will remain So when the Coast Guard starts its producig raw cotton fiber and-seed
according to the old meaning of the'after the war. Evidence of the need 156th year of service to America on poduing th cotton fiber of id i a on farms, the largest number of di-""
phrase. He is practical. He sized was shown during the emergency of Saturday, August 4, it will be ready rect erployes of the industry were ROBERT LE STANLEY, DON BRANNEN
. .. ..hrase g e (... rec .!e m p oy es f t e in d ut r w ; er e .J R OER T L E S T A N L E Y D O N ... A .X E(
..up his problem and is -solving it. 'the 1,570,000 full time workers manu- M ar O '
Sor take of equipment was Dme bin coMaIcotInager vwner
~, Sorta'e 'f eqrp~rent as mt byfacturing cotton yarn, cloth and f in-", -"~ ". building what was needed, Depleted -. ihsd products. The figure includes, .
Soil is being built up by'suzmmer and only those employed in making pro .
I ter cover crops. The panther tale
was dismissed as just another tall
story and any malaria mosquito that
gets into his well screened house will
be met by walls sprayed with DDT
-by the Public Health Service. In
other words, "You can't keep a good F
man down,"' especially if he is an l*EATRd E
American farmer. MONTICEllO, FL .
To.ate to Clas ify
by Russell Kay
Saturday,. August 4, marks the SATURDAY ONLY Aug. 4
155th anniversary of the United
States- Coust Guard and my good
friend Cleme Brossier, now with theMY T R MA
public information officee of the 7th. MYSTERY A
Naval District, provides me with
some interesting information concern-e Aug 23 4
ing Coast Guard activities. illiam BOyd, And Clyde
It is proper and fitting that the imm R gers
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