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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.58 no.8 September 11, 1942

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Subjects / Keywords:
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).
Funding:
Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.

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0746-5297 ( ISSN )

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The Great Middle SECTIWZ OF
Gateway to Floid FLORIDA
TSE NATIVE HOME OF' THE PAPER SHELL PECAN -JEFFERSON COUN]~TY FLORIDA'S IDEAL FA RIING A k N DAIRYING SETO "
:VOL. 58,~ No. 8 MONTICELLO, M ORIDA FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1942 FIVE CENTS A
EKLVOLUNTEERS BOND PURCHASES P.T .MEIG LOCAL BOARDS'
FOR OBSERVATION AMAY AUTORAP R~t ~esEC~LASSIF ME
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Pot -Montic~ello, through th~e offie chasrs thro ghot th ntdStattersf r -ass prvouslylassfe
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kThmters for observat i~on potoul "autograph a' bombere
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FUR THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELL0, FLORIDA FRIDAY SEPTrEMBER 11, 1942
HElYOTIELONES17 Mrs. Trudie Wiliford ------A4.00 was ordered, filed as a part of the' THE~ E MNIELLOW NREWSOv i uws V 18 Mrs. Carrie Waters --------4.00 PulicRecortds of Jefferson County,
19 Mrs Eorrie Freeman ~.2.00 Florida.
MOTCLOADVERTISER 21 Mrs. Leila Jones ---- ------4.00 Whereas, The Unit'ed, St ates of
Established 1869 22 Mr~s. Minnie L. Brison 3-00 America has acqired and is cur as lfe
MOTCELLO CONSTITUTI~ON 23 Mrs. M. W. Watson ----- 2.00 ipg r"aj propjerty foir an~d is operatEstablished 1873
C2nedt 4 Mrs J. M.igtow*er 20 ing (a rua reabliaton project
MOTICELLO NEWS-1903 25 Mrs.Zoa Higtor ----- 4.0 forin eted i i e pu& e a dhge~26Mrs. Blanche Cak---- .0fndi 9'tt 05 eenfe
, 27 Mrs. Gense ihanger ---20 called the~ "Act") lcated wihi th
LODARISASCAIN28 Mrs. ff. nk A -----3.00 juidcinl'imt o oa FORy RENT-Five-room house on
1"tRLA 0CifON 29Ms Mr il ----- ----13.00 IiIr t e Waukeeah Rad. T. G.Bishop. tf
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Publisher als beros. >Pianofo sae
Offcial >Paper of Jefferson stfrl
Cont iad the Town of MonicUello.38MsCoa aeBzmn--6W
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1942 THiE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO, 'LORIDA FIVE
Car Sharers Show How an SYC Club Is Operated APPRENTICE SEAMEN
MlAY ENLIST FOR
RECRUIT TRAINING
Jacksonlie.-l ithe firsi tim
a tie h story of tile Nury, apprenlcC seamn are now~ being enlisted
or recru t train ing in Jaicksomnille,
it was annouled here by Lietit. T.
o. Needham, Ji., ofici -in charge
rN vy yecru ting.
Under the new program, Lieutennt Needham explained, a large
number of those enlisted will also
receive their first duty assignment
in this state.
The new recruit training camp1a be set up especially for the program-will be operated in\ connection with the Jacksonville Naval Air
Station. Training facilities are exBABY BORN TO DEAD MOTHER pected to be ready on September 10.
In connection with the program
WITH POLICEMEN AS MIDWIVES ',
a fla umber of mlen with sp~ecialLouisville, Ky. This six-pound son of Elimer Vittitoe. of Jefferson ized traiing. lr are also eing enlisted
County, Ky., \w-s delivered fifty minutes after the death of his mother, itannre and peing enliced
by County Patrolmen William Stur geon, left, and William Sneelen, ratings, the officer added.
r glt who acted as midwives beca use a doctor was-unavnailable at th'eI remte scene, aned oet i st cse idtons givaun them laver a t y Mary Catherine Spears runs to join a Share-Your Car group as Olive Rou holds the car door open They include electricians, carpenremnote scene, and operated on inst cions given them over a two-way for her. Jean Paterson looks on with interest from the front seat All three, are helping with the iers, painters, machinists, autor meradio set by a desk sergeant who re layed advice from County Health Florida Share-Your-Car campaign at headquarters of the State Defense Counl in Tallahassee. cha-nics, diesel repairmen, metalD:rector Hugh Leavell. Holding t, hba'y is Nurse Alberta Dickerson. Share-Your-Car clubs are being organized in Florila to save cars an tires. 'Club members qualify sniiths, coppersmiths, firemen, oilRadio Desk. Sergeant Ray Nachand looks on.- The delivery of flowers for necessary extra gasoline in the rationed area. ers, pharmacists, hospital appreniradio is notnew, but hs g n wa to ra -.... tice, buglers, gunner instructors,
SRIES OF PROGRAMS commissary stewards, cooks, bakers
... .............................................................* IN CONNECTION WITH and colored ch efs and cooks.
TRY BRASWELL'S FIRST-When in need of SOIL CONSERVATION g a n restin tEnlmen for e a ra s
MEN'Sang an BOYS'tng~ a WOR CLTIGt ~uy ice seamlen aInd petty bificer ratings
MEN'S & BOYS' WORK CLOTHING The Board of Supervisors of Jef- are being effected in the Naval ReBOYS' ISCHOOL CLOTHES ferson Soil Conservation District serve. .Quotas in both cases, are
SCHOOL SHOES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS announce the presentation of a limited. Ages are from 17 to 50.
DRESS MATERIALS-Cotton Suiting, Prints, Spup Rayons, series of radio programs -over WTAL Appreintice seamen draw $50 per
Playcloth. entitled '"This Land We Defend." nonth. Other non-rated men and
Also good styles in ready-made Prints and Rayon Dresses These programs will be broadcast petty officers, receive from $54 to
MENS' DRESS SHOES each Saturday morning at 11:30, be- $126 per month. Both receive deWe feature the Popular Jarman & Davidson Line ginning September 12. pendent's tllowances.
good stock of all staple dry According to the IConservation Those interested are urged to file
Sheeting, Ticking, Outing, etc. District supervisors these radiopro-. their applications immediately. Navy
S' rams describe the national pro- recruiting stations are located in
*NHR IT gramT LEfS so -osrainadtee Jacksonville, Taurpai, St. Petersburg,
,............ ......... .... .................................................................... ................ ............ f r c r a at r b o d r g o Tallahasse p, Ga ines vill e, D a ytaona
- subjects. BecOrlando and Gainesville.
The supervisors state that, s'.nee Mlr. and IMrs. Oscair Linton ha d as
early in 1937 when the first soil gues over the week end he a
conservation district in the United lowi g members -of their family:
States was formed by frmers and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Wells and son, lando.rwn, this movement has Charles, Jr.; Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
beented in a manner unre McCall and young daughter, Jean,
cand Mr. and -Mrs. William Linton
The Jefferson Soil Conservation and small sons, William, Jr.. and
District was organized iby farmers Sydney Eugene, all of Jacksonville.
Ind landowners in Jefferson County
in accordance with provisions of To E -KE R -Mrs. R. A. Ridgewajy has'been a
ega Sta- recent vsitor in Tallahassee where
-'erations in July,- -N0 t-9'Sin-ce that ;-a- LAS W_ OR AR -U W_ Pa, /8R67 ATE she was the guest. of M r. and, Mrs.
time the District has carried on con- W. P. Jernigan for a week.
servti-o ~uveyig onappoxim~ -AMERICAN~ INFANTRY WORE LAR6E BRA55
svation surveying on ipproxim- -UTIONG RESEMBLIN6 PUMPLING AND TME
ate 65,000 acres of anCONE ENTLY, WERE ALLE Mrs. L. 1. Keen and her daughson County and has been 'working n ters were called to Marianna on
intensively 'with some 65 landown- 49 o u"a 7N Wednesday to attend the funeral of
ers in the county who 'have made Mrs. Keen's brother in law, Mr.
applicationfor this assistance. The 'Henry Keen, of that city. work of the Dstrict is administered
by a Board of Supervisors elected
by qualified voters in Jefferson
County. Your own judgment says it's true * *
In cooperation with the supervisors of the District the United States Be wise and "follow through!" *
Department of Agriculture has stationed personnel of the Soil Conservation Service to work in Jefferson
County assisting landowners and
farm operators in carrying out good
farming practices to conserve the -'L G
Fqt HAfter an individual farmer has
ade application to the Board of
Supervisors through the County
Somewhere ia dark hot corner of your establishment there may-lie Agent or at the Jefferson District
some forgotten horses 00.1star11ed for lack of care, hut still work- work unit office, personnel of the ing faithflully for you I District assist the landowner in developing plans to use the land to its IC E
They are mighty precious these das-1hose electric "hose owr" best advantage and in planning soI .F R
Motors Of Pu01-n111 only do they r1pre11n a big inVeStmelli fillIy conserving and soil building praenow 111m1ust last (fo1re dutioces. Where necessary, -assistance also is given the landowner in planning a complete cvwater disposal sysHERE ARE A FEW SUGGESTIONS THAT MAY tern of terraces and onuets.
AID YOU IN THE CARE OF YOUR MOTOR: di Inaddito to0 these servicesi theR OGA 4
landowners and farmers in such op[ F VODover-loading t erations as running terrace lines,
demonstrating the best methods ofg ES R 18 tis cs. e L il kind of starter construction oif terraces, planting a-----------,-- A
and1 protectiveeiVces, trees, -kudzu; inoculation, planting He d ~ to
- ~and use of soil building crops andlIeduatr o
[ SEE that it is properly installed, andi located in a well ventilated --improved' pasture grasses.
The District has in its possession --plathat liire a18 s possible IfoI du113 a small number of terracing plows Because Chevrolet dealers
drag pans and tree planting dibbles
[ F? SELECT, at once, a responsible emiploye of yilr own orga8. which are for rent 'to coopera ting~f~1~ have sold more new cars and
-also have a lime s-preadler. for' use
thei vita! parts of youlr Illors sulchl as e3aings, lbicion10, Willding5, in applying lime or phosphate, and tr c s- o e us dc-r n
dilves andprotective dei8Vces. ; a large crawler type tractor -and ter- 'g.22m: r c s- n a e h dbo de
IFaly ar Ieils10fl ffii, 68(18111 100 p01pyTihesec piee of equ ipment" M A EStuc s..a d avadbole
IFay a nes oberpi dse ht tisdnepomty also be rented b~y cooperating farm-I~ I~E experience In Serviclig all
wile lacement011 pats areBtillvila911le1 and1 b1f0re 8 l8arJer i8* ers The terracing outfit is run bi "
9811 ]Oil IS IliCBS58ff. experienced operators hired by them e an mo ls d r g
pair job is neessary. - B-oard of Supervisors. The D strict pma e anmo ls d r g
L? KEEP a written, detailed inspection record of each motor. Supervisors also have at their dis- the last ten years-than any
posal a limited supply of seed andI
K EEP 'EM OPERATING! I sedlin stock whc is distriuted Ohrdae raiain
In the past these materials have con----------------:1~i.
sister n l of kudzu, p ne 'and red-~g
FLORDA P GUT ~ j' cedar seedlings, ,as well as a few
FLORIA PO HT CO W:B'types of lespedeza seedl which are
used for the production and proteca tion of garne 'birds. The State Corn
CITY GARAGE
BUY AR AVIGS B NDS TOD Y 1 District Supervisors in this proBUY W R S VN S 80N0 T0D Ij gram PHNE 118 COU R OUSE soU uRE are arIELzLzo. FL.




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SIX THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELO FAORWM FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1942
THRU A. COURTHOUSE NOTWC 0D1ELpCTION SEPT. 10 DEADLINE those engaged in repairlg or serCIRCLE WINDOW To the Sheriff of Jefferson County. FOR FILING PRICES voicing automobiles, bicycles, boats,
fthe Stef of Jff o n C cameras, clothing, electrical appli( T W W of the Stateof Flor
(By The World War Veterans' Bard)Be it Known, That I, R. A. GRAY, September 10 was the deadline for ances, farm equipment, furniture,
Secretary of State of the State of filing ceiling prices with war ration- motorcycles, radios, refrigerators,
A STAR FOR OUR lo 0r oa; do hereby tie notice that ing boards, according to a notice rubber goods, sewing machines,
SERVICE FLAG a GENERAL ELECTION will be submitted by Mr. Louis Morris, shoes, sport'ng goods, tools, typeteld in Jeflerson County,, State of
Aug,st 21, Private David Reichert .o1., orda, oa .Tuesday nex,' succeed- chairman of the local ratoning writers, and those engaged in cleanof Monticello Post Offce staff, was ng the Ilirst Monday il November, board. Mr. Morris states that most ing and pressing, laundering, develsworn in service with the Uniteaf wa. b. 1942, the said Tuesday being of those concerned had been noti- oping films, renovating mattre-ses, swon service ithe Third Day of November fled in time to comply with the gov- commission selling, processing foods
States Army at Camp Blanding,. 1" Representtive ill Congress
Florida. Six months earlier David State of Florida at large, in the ernment regulation. and grains, lumber, metal work.
had offered himself for training as .4 ,eventy-eighth Congress of the Persons required to file theia orps c t se d al United States. maximum prices with the board areU. S W R BONDS
an Air Corps cadet and passed all For Representatve of the Third maximum prices with the board are BUY U. S. WAR BONDS
mental and physical examinations Congressional District of the Stat .
with the exception of somi- bridge- of Florida, in the Seventy-eighth
work necessary for his teeth. On Congress of the United States. r
this defect'he was barred from Air NFor three Justices of the Supreme
this defect he was barred from Air Court of the State of Florida.
Corps training, so his ambition to For Two Railroad Commissioners
become an army flier was left to the of the State of Florida.
i induction by his local~board; onofrn Seat Sea~toric fo T ete Setalloda.o gfuture, and he waited patiently for For State Senator for Twenty Sec-;
indutio byhislocl ~ba, .~...~ ~. ....... ... .,.. ~. ond Senatorial Dstrict of the Stato
induction by his localboard, con of Florida.
tenct to do his bit anytime and any- AMERICAN AND BRITISH TOGETHER For One Member *of the House of
where. Representatives of the State of FlorWhy some bridgework was deem- Egypt.-The Egyptian front once aga'n is the scene of fierce fighting ida.
ed so essential for Air Corps train- but this time the Americans are there in action-tank crews have al- For Five County Commissioners.
eds seta o i op'tanl 1 r n rilr a'For 'Two, Members-of tile Cou nty 00
ing is a matter for Air Corps medi- ready destroyed six Axis tanks and Allied bombers and artillery have Board. of Public Instruction.
cal officers, not this writer, but the forced the Rommel troops to withdraw twice in 24 hours. Photo In. Testimony W hereof, I have
fact is obvious to any veterans of shows that Americans and British men share the same food as well hereunto set -my hand and affixedue.u.e.eAr..o.
America's World War I that the day as the same enemy. Here are (2nd L) Staff Sgt. Montgomery of M'ddle- the Great Seal of the State of F ori1 s sKad ,'
Arnica' Wom ,War next mer and Staf Tin di e ida, at Tallahassee, the Capital, this .
ill cme, maybe next summer town, Ohio, and (R) Staff Sgt. Tin dall of Kentucky. the first-day of September, A. D,
when the Second Front opens for a 1942. y
titanic battle to decide' who will Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Boyles and Miss Evelyn Bird left Thursday (L. S.) R. A. GRAY,
rule the world-Hitler and Hirohito small daughter, Nancy, left recent- for St Petersburg after a week's To Hon. A. Secretary of State.
f r S P t r b r af e a we k s To'H on. A. S. Grant, She riff Jeffer
or The Christian Democracies-1 ly for Madison where *Mr. Boyles visit here with relatives. She has son County.
when the army will be glad to get will be manager of the Wynn Lovett been spending the summer at Camp Au0torize4.lBttlt:
men with two good arms and two i'ocery Co. Nakawana, Mayfield, Tenn. BUY U. S. WAR BONDS PEPSI-COLA, BOTTLING COMPANY, PERRY, FLORIDA
good, legs. Bridgework will then be
relegated to its proper place-a see- TL
andary consideration. A flier with- TICE ELEC1T 0N
out bridgework, with good eyes,
sound body, should be able to get
pttedaross t crossed wires of WHEREAS, The Legislature of 1941, investment of sinking funds, said Board the acquisition, establishment, control, of application, relating to the. conserVa day of April, -41941,. embraced in Comma .
spotted across the crossed wires of ader the Constitution of 1885. the may use the sinking funds created)for said and management, of hatcheries, sanctu, tion of salt water fish and salt water saloners' District No. 3, as described ihis machine gun sight an enemy state of Florida, did pass 9 Joint so- bonds of any county or special road and aries, refuges, reservations, and all othey products." Book "F" of the Minutes of the County
ism g7 iutions proposing amendments to the bridge district, or other unit hereunder, property now or hereafter owned or used Approved by. the Governor June 12, CommiSsioners of said County, at page
Zero or Nazi fighter plane, with no constitution of the State of Floida, and to purchase the matured or maturing for such purposes by the State of Florida 1941 194 et seq., except the territory embraced,
ln he same were agreed to by a vote of bons participating herein of any other shall be vested in a Commission to be Filed in offc; Secretar of Sate. June berthe 5 toresaid 82, Inclusive. and 26 to 32
danger of swallowing hi's bridge- inlsie andw exep such Gamrt ond Frehetr-s
three-fifths of all ,the members elected county or any other special road an known as the Game and Fresh Water Fish 12 1941. bered 75 to 82 inclusive, and 26 to 32
-work when he observes enemy o each house; that the votes on said bridge district, or other specialty taxing Commission. Such Commission shall con- inclusive, and except such parts of ElecJoint Resolutions were ente ed upon their distridt thereof. provided that as to said saist of five members, one ftom each condo A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an tion Precincts numbof the western Shored 56, 60 and 61 as tracer bullets flashing across his respective Journals, with the yeas and naured bonds, the value thereof as an gressional district, as existing on Januar Amendment tO Article 7,. Section 3, of the Bay.
ision, or real slugs tearinnays thereon, and they did determine Investment shall be the price pa d there- 1 141, who shall be appointed by the Constitution of the State oif Florida Another of the said CommLsloners' Dinvision, or real slugs tearing his i-Reolu- for, which shall exceed the par valu Governor, subject to confirmation by the Relative to Census and Apportionmenf tricts shall comprise the territory which
trument board to piece. tions be submitted to the electors of the mlus accrued interest and that said in Senate. The members so appointedsha by Amending Section 3, of dAp Article so was on compthise st day of Apritol, 1941 emThe oar of Mnice s. State at the General Election in Novem- vestments shall bear interest at the rate annually select one of their members as ss to Designate Broward County as a braced In Commissioners' District No. 2 as
The staff of Monticello Post Office er 1942 o om of three (3) per cent per annun Chairman of the Commission. enatorial District and degnate Calhoun ades ried, in Bookm i "F" of the Minutes 2o
headed by Postmaster William J NOW, THREFORE, 1, A. GRAY. (c). The said Board shall annually 2. The first members of the Commis- County ulf, Count-asa Senatorial the County Commissioners of. said. County
headed by Postmaster William J. Secretary of State of the State of Florida use said funds In each county account t. sion shall 'e appointed on January 1 Ditr l t at page 194 et seq, except the territory
Bulloch, extend to the first man of do hereby give notice that a firsl, to pay current principal and in- 1943 and shall serve respectively for one. BE, IT RESOLVEBD BY T. LE SA. embrad in the .aforesaid Election PreBulloh, extend to hefirst man of o herebv v nice teres t maturing, if any, of said bonds and two,' three, four and five years. At the TURE OF TH STAT FLORIDAI: cincts numbered 24 and 25, and such part
the staff to enter the armed services GENERAL ELECTION gasoline or other fuel tax anticipation expiration of each of such terms, a suc- T hatthe folio e t Seton of Election PtecInc number 10 as lies
inll be WReld In each county in Florida on certificates of such county or special cessor shall be appointed to serve fbr 8 3 of Article. of the Constitution of the east of. the wester sho e of Liiscayne Bay.
i n World War 11, Daid Reichert, ruesdq' next succeeding the first Monday road and bridge district, or other special term of five years. State of Florida, relative to Census and The County Commissioners who shall
theirIn No iber. A. D. 1942. the said Tuesday taxing district thereof; second, to estab- 3. The members of the Commission apportionment designating Br'o war d be elected in Dade County at the genera.
their admiration and the best o en the lish a sinking fund account to meet fu. shall receive no compensation for their County as the, thirty-ninth (39) Sena- election in, 1942 shall hold office for the
luck. Keep your chin up, David, THIRD DAY OF NOVEMBER ture requirements. of said bonds and services as such, but each Commissioner torial District, and Calhoun, County and, term of two years for which they shaDl
for the ratification or rejection of the gasoline or other fuel tax anticipation shall receive his necessary traveling or Gulf County as, the fortieth (40) Sena,- have been elected and -their terms of ofand get Five JapS. aid Joint ,Resolutions proposing amend- certificates where it appears the anticl-, other expenses .incurred while engaged in torial District, be.an.d theaame Is hereby fice shall not be affected by this amendIn World War I, 1918, Monticello ments to the Constitution of the State pated income for any year or years will the discharge of his 'Official duties, but agreed to, and shall be submitted to the ment;. but thereafter tiere shall be ia n
of Florida, viz: not equal scheduled payments thereon; such shall not exceed the sum of $600.00 electors of -the State of Florida for rati- each of the Districts established by, and
Post Office Staff sent to the army of and third, any remaining balance. out of in any one year. ficatipn or rejection at the General Elee- in pursuance of, this anmndment t
t war its city letter carrier La- A JOINI RESOLUTION Proposing an the proceeds of said two (2c) cents of 4. Among the powers granted to them tion to be held-. on the first Tuesday after County Commissioner who shall reside in
that war its cityletter carrier, La- mendment to Article IX of the Constl- said, taxes shall monthly during the year Commission by this Section shall be the the first Monday in November. 1942. as his District but who shall be nominated
mar Iavis, so the Post Office can cution of the State of Florida Relating to be* renmitted by said board as follows: power to fix bag limits and to fix open follows: and elected from the County at Large
SCaxatio.. and Finance, By Adding Thereto Eighty (80%) .per cent to the State Road and closed seasons, on a state-wide, re- Section 3. The Legislature that shall Every County Commissionert of Dade
claim representation in both World in AdL.Jonal Section Creating a State Department for the construction or re- glonal or local basis, as it may find to meet In regular session A. D. 1925 and Coun'ty who shall be elected at the genBoard ). Administration Prescribing its construction of State Roads and bridges be appropriate, and to regulate the man- those that shall meet every ten years eral election In 1944 and thereafter shall Wars. -P owers and Duties, and Providing for the within the county, or for the lease or ner and method of taking, transporting, thereafter shall apportion the repreen- hold office for a term of four years. Thc
use of Proceeds of Two Cents per Gallon purchase of bridges connecting State storing and using birds, game, fur bearing tation in the Senate, and shall provide powers, duties and compensation of such of the Gasoline or Other Motor Fuel Tax highways within the County, and twenty animals, fresh water fish, reptiles and for forty (40) Senatorial Districts, such County Commissioners shall be as from the Payment and Retirement of (20%) per cent to the Board of County amphibians. The Commission shall also Districts to be as nearly equal in popu- time to time provided by law. FIVE AUMPS AND WINGS Outstanding Bonds Issued By Any Commissioners of such county for use on have the power to acquire by purchase. lation as practicable, but -no County shall Approved by the Governor, May 28, 1941
County or Special Road and Bridge Dis. roads and bridges therein, gift, all property necessary, useful or be divided in making such apportion- Filed in office Secty of State May 28
C ling uOrn the COlumn last wek rlct Prior to First Day of July, A. D. (d). Said Board shall have the power convenient for the use of the Commission mint. and each District shall have one 1941
Clng1931. for Road and Bridge purposes and to make and enforce all les and regu- in the exercise of its powers hereunder Senator; provided that Broward County,
wa 931, for Road and Bridge Purpses ad to ake andenforce all rules and regu- 5. The Commission shall appoint, fix Florida, shall constitute the Thirty-ninth A JOINT RESLUTION Proposing a
was P. F. C. Bill Bishop, who had for (2) Public Highway Purposes. nations necessary to the. full exercise of the salary of. and at pleasure remove, a (39th) Senatorial District, and Cahoun Amedment to Section 1, of Article X of
BE IT RESOLVED, BY THE LEGISLA- the powers hereby granted and no legis-t (39th) Senatorial District, and Calhoun Amendmentto Section 1, of Article o
a ten day furlough upon completing ruRE OF THE STATE OF FLOIDA latn shallbe requby redto render this suitable person, as Director, azd such County, Florida and Gulf County Florida, the Constitution of Florida. Relating to
1rrhs t That the following amendment to Article amnd e Dul orenderti irector shall have such powers and! shall constitute the Fortieth (40) Sena- Homestead and Exemption, so as to Perhis parachute training course at of the following amenstitution of teo Artatle amendment of full force and operating dutes as may be prescribed by the Con- trial District; and at the same time the mit the Wages, Salary or Income from
hesio Cositto ofsunc the Stat ofie effect fromlaur andl after Januaryo 1tt. 1943 aisio inrc pursuancer Duf its dutie under) Fort Benning, and making the five Florida relating to Taxation and Finance The Legislature shall continue the levies this Section. Such Director shall, sub- Legislntature shall also apportion the Horep- any source Whatsoever Due to any Pereison,
by adding thereto an additional section of said taxes during the life of this Ject to the approval of the -Commlisslon, tives entation in the Hotree (3of Representa- toe the Subjectead of a Family as Provided To therein, test jumps from a transport plane, to be known as Section 16 of said Article Amendment, and shall not enact any law appoint, fix the salaries of, and at sentative and shall allow three (3) Reprepu- to be the Subject of Garnishmentan 2% thereof Inthe
which admitted him to rating of Ix creating a State Board of Administra- having the effect of withdrawing the pro- pleasure remove, assistants. and other leus counties, and two (2) Representa- the Courts of this State. as May be Prowrcha ted h i to ing tion; prescribing its powers and duties. ceeds of said two (2c) cents of said taxes employees who shall have sudh powers tive to each of the next eighteen more vided by Law, for the Payment of any
Parachutist. The bronze wings show- .and providing for the use of the pro- from the operation of this amendment and duties as may be assigned to them populous counties, and one Representative Obligationsd by Law. for the Paymentss of anyImplied ceeds of two cents per gallon of the The Board, shall pay refunding, expenses anb us as may Combe ami ssi gnon or the Director.hem populous counties and one Representatv Oblgatons Arising by Express or Implied
ing his rating were pinned, upon gasoline r other motor fuel tax for. ( 1) and other expenses for services rendered y the Commission or the Director. No to each of the remaining counties of th e Contract Subsequent to the, Adoption of
Bill and his aduating class last the payment and retirement of all out- specifically for, or which are properly such appointment shall or employment. State at the. time of such apportionment this Amendment: and Further Providing Standing bohds issued by any county chargeable to, the account of any county 6. The funds resulting from the op-Should th e representation in the Sete and in of Lesxemptions than Twenty-five- Dollares ofper WeekIncome
S ucaponen r employ ent o- hothe p e is at ure Sate andorIon ofxepis thTeety -ive Doases per Weekm
week by one of the high ranking or special road and bridge district prior from funds distributed to such county; eration of the Comnesion and frontn the the House of Representatives, at any Except as to Necessities of Life as May
to the First Day of July, A. D. 1931, for but general expenses of the Board for administration of the laws and regula- regular session of the Legislatrs at any be Defined by the Legislature.
Malor Gelerals of air-borne troops, road and bridge. purposes, and for (2) services rendered all the counties alike administration of the laws a regular seson of the Legislature at shall BE IT nESOLVEDd by the Legislatureand then the entire class were trans public highway purpos hereby agreed sall be prorated among them and paid lnsa rn t b er, h reb er- of the timeherein designated, It shall BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGILAS shall be submitted to the electors out of said fund on the same basis said Legislature or Legis- TURE O THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
and th n theentir clas weretrans to and shall be submitted to t he electrs ot fsad uns th s meb is ai n d a mii a ns, tore thwaer with, ay hre l at rs scceig sch rglr sesolet h ol wig a ed en o S e
ferred -from the training battalion to of the State of Florida for ratification or tax proceeds are distributed among the fundsspecif call provided for sucanyh other latures succeeding such regular session That the following amendment to Sec
rejection at the next General Election to several counties; provided, report of said p ly pro or su ur- of the Legislature, either in Special or tion 1, Article X of the Constitution of
the parachute regiment to which as- be held in 1942; as follows: expenses shall be made to each Regular pose shall constitute the State Game Regular session, to apportion the repre- Flo;ida, authorizing the garnishment of
i Jan Fund and shall, be Used by the Comotis- sentation In the Senate and in the House any wages, salary or Income due any
signed. '"Section 16 (a). That 'beginning Jan- Session of the Legislature, and the legis- sion as It shall deem fit in carrying out, of lpesentatives, as herein provided person who is the head' of a family, as
sgned. uary st, 1943, and for fifty (50) years latur may limit the expenses of the se vson s sheremoft n crryng ote of Representatives, as, herein provided person who Is the head, of a family, as
Bill looks lean and tanned, fit as a hereaftr the proceeds of two (2c50) yearns latur may limit the expensesthe provisions hereof andforno ther The preceding, regular Federal or regular provided therein, to the extent of 25%
thereaflr the oce of two (2c ces Board." purposes The Commission may not obli- State, Census, whichever.shall have been hereof, be, and the same Is hereby agreed
~~~~~~~~~~~~~per gallon of the total tax levied by th Approved by the Governor, May 13, 1941 gate Itself beyond the current resourcest tt e~ts)h~~vrhl ae enteeLbadtesm shrbare
fddle. Says he lost fifteen pounds State law upon gasoline and other like oved the Governor, May 13, 1941 gate itself beyond the current resources: taken nearest any apportionment of Rep- to and shall be submitted to the eleCtors
te on gole n o Filed 194.1 n office Secty of State. May 13. of the State Game Fund unless specific- resentatives in the Senate and in the of the State in the General Election of
and that product- of- petroleum, now known a 1941 all so authorized ure
in weight while training, nd that the Secnd Gas Tax, and upon other by the Legislat House of Representatives, shall control Representatives in 1942 for their approval
heights while taining the to Gasp Tx, anupo other fshallas 7. The Legislature may enact any laws in making such apportionment. In the or rejection that is to say.tthat Section
the jumps from the plane, while used to propel 'motor vehicles, shall as A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an in aid of, but not consistent a lnt the Legislature shall fail to re- 1 of Article X be amended by adding
collected be placed monthly in the 'State Amendment to the Constitution of the provisions of this amendment and all ex- appoion the representation in the Leg- thereto thie following e amended by adding
terrifying to think about, are not Roads Distribution Fund' in the State State of Florida to be known as Section isting lawsinconsistat herewith shall no I apoon the repre by this amendment. Section 1-A.thereto the following Section:he salary, wages
overly hazardous in performance. Treasury and divided into three (3) o equal of Article XVII, Relating to Amendments longer remain in force and effect. Al' tre asequi ald bwithis amendmt y aniSeco mfArom Tay esurl waha s
overly hazardous in performance, parts which shall be distributed monthly B ITRSLE BY HE EGLA lasfxn elts.6ih voatn the Governor shall (within thirty days, and income from any Source whatsoever
He is enthusiastic about his officers. among the several counties as follows: BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLA- laws fixing penalties 6r the violation after the adjournment of the regular seas- due and owing, or to become due and
O- n part according to area, one part TURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA' of the provisions of this amendment and sion) call the Legislature together in ex- owing to any person who is the head of
Says that the officers do everything according to population and one part ac- That the following Amendment, to be all- laws imposing license taxes, shall be* traordinary session to consider the ques- a family residing in this State. shall be
cording- to the counte, contributions to known as Section 3 of Article XVII of enacted by the Legislature from time to, tioh of reapportionment and such extra- the subject of garnishment in the courts that they ask a parachutist to do- the t of-tt road construction in the tie present Constitution be and the same time. ordinary session of the Legislature ls of this State as may be provided by law
even the chaplain makes all the ratio of distribution as -provided in Chap is hereby agreed + shall be submitted to Approved by the 'Governor, May .5, 1941. hreby mandatory y required to reappor* to the extent of not mordthan 25% of
ratio of distributions providFiledChin ffiSec- of State, ijy 5* hereby mandatorily required' to reappor- to the extent of not more than 25% of
e n i c pi m s l t ter 15659. Laws of Florida, Acts of 1931 the electors of the State at the general Filed in officeSecty of State, May tion -,the representation as required by such ,salary, wages and income, for the
S plane jumps to encourage morale and .for the purposes of the apportion- election of Representatives to be held in 19. this amendment before its adjournment payment of any obligations arising byexmeftbasedn the counties' contributions the year A D. 1942, to-wit: A JOINT RESOtr a sioLUTION PrOr rapoSlliing an da ot rsue ent oand be with the men in their intri- for the cost of State road construction, section 3. If at any regular or ae- Amendment to LrUI OMve eng C o r eapp or i haly session so called press or implied contract subsequent to
care drils and umps. God lu~kth amou~of thecforr reapportionment shallextanotssbe limitedisltheradoptiondmenf thisticmendmentthepron cate drills and jumps. Good luck, th amount of the contributions estab- cial or extra session, the Legislature, by situation of Florida by Adding Threto an to expire at the ead of twenty days or vided, however, that the Legislature shall
puIsne b the certificates made in 1931 vote of three-fourths of all members Additional Section Relating to the at all, until reappotonment s effected, not extend the right of garnishment as
Spursuant to said Chapter 15659 shall be elected to each House, shall determine ton of Circuit Judges herein provided where the salary is $2.00
Cil]Bisou pou ou, taken and deemed conclusive in comput- that an emergency requiring an early de- BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLA such reap rtionment.) or less per week except to necessities of
son County are proud of you, proud tas the monthly amount diitrihutable cision by the electors of the State exists. TURE OF RTHE STATE OF' LOIDA Approve) by the Governor, June 7. 1941. lIfe as may from time to time be defined
that we have a native son of Jeffer- ac~crdilg to Isaid contributions. Such an amendment to this Constitution deal- That Article 5 of the Constitution of the Ple in office Secretary of State, June by the Legislature.
fuutl po 'distributed shall' be administered Ing with the subject matter of such emer- Tat9e oria be amen1edibAprin g vedby te Governor
son in the U. S. Parachute Regi. by the state board of Administration as gepcy may be proposed, and if the pro- theretot anF additional Sectionedobbe knownadd A JO-IT RESOLUTION Proposing an 1941.
hereinate provided posed- Amendment be agreed to by a Section 4 of said Article relating to NT I o on Filed in office Secty of State June 1
inents of the Air, Division of Air- (b) The Governor as Chairman, the three-fourths vote of all the members the Election of Circuit Judges be, an4.th Amendment to Article VIII of the Con- 1941.
Borne TroQps. State Treasurer and the State Comp- elected to each House. the same shall be same is hereby agreed to and shall be atitution of the State of Flofida, Relating
troller shall constitute a body corporate entered upon their respective journals submitted to the electors of the State of to County and Municipal Governments. A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing the as the 'State Bord of Ad ith the yeas and nays thereon There- orida ti or cio at BE IT ENATED BY THE LEGISLA- Amendment of Section 16 of Article XVI
to be known asteiSaethr o d the yeOaTsUSTAEaFnFORIAaofshetontittiooonFlrideelain
ministration,' which Board shall succeed upon, at the same session, the Legisla- the Gener section to b on te TUnhe Ot ha TAT OF FLORTDA: of the Constitution of Floridap Relating
MARKET REPORT to all the power~ contra) and authority ture ball provide for a special, election first Tuesday after the first Monday in VIII ot the f onstitutnd of thePSrate of with Certain Exemptions for Religious,
of- the~aatuptory'Board of Administration to be held not less than nipety- nor more Noveber 142.a follows:IIo h Cnttto fth tt fwt CranEepinsfrRlgos
LOCAL STOCK YARD Said Board shall have, in addition to such than one hundred eiglty days after ad- -'Section 46 Circuit Judges shall here-, Plorida relating to O~unty and Municipal Scientific, Municipal, Educational, Liter-'
powers as may be conferred upon it by journment and for publication of notice after be elected by the qualified electors Governments, to be ntim ered Section 11 ary Fraternal or Charitable Purposes. T law, the management, control and super- thereof, at which special election, the pro- of their respective judicial circuits of sa:d Article VIII, be and the same is BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLAThe stock yards ,had another good vision of the proceeds of said two (2c) posed Amendment shall be submitted to other States and County officials a t the need to and shall be submitted TURE OF ThE STATE OF FLORIDA:
cents of said taxes and all moneys and the electors of the State for approval or elected e actors of the State for ratifica- Section 1. That the following amendrun of cattle and hogs Monday, and other assets which on the effective date rejection; provided, that if a general elec- The first election of Circuit Judges tion or rejection at the next general elec* meant to Section 16, of Article XVI of the
gof thdbeaopeddh-tntfare applicable or may tion of Representatives is to occur within shall be held at the General Election in tion, to be held in Noyember 1943, to-wit: Conatitution of the State of Florida, reD.. a good sale compared with other become applicable to the bonds of the said period, such Amendment shall be 1948 to take office on th first Tu Section 11. The County Commissioners lating to taxation of the property of corsales in this section. Hogs sold several counties of this State, or any submitted to the electors at such general after the first Monday in January, 1949 of Dade County who shall be electedat orations, with certain exemptions for respedal road and bridge district, or other election for a term of six years the genal election in 1942shal im edi ligious, scientific, municipal, educational,
- about a quarter lower than last special taxing district thereof, issued If a majority o the electors voting The terms of all such offices as they lately after the beginning of their terms literary, fraternal or charitable purposes,
prior to July 1st, 1931, for road and uPOn the proposed Amendment "shall shall severally exist at the time of d of office, re l istr itct Dad.County lt fe be, and the same is hereby agreed to, and week. Best grades of cattle sold bridge purposes. The, word "Bonds" as ad pt the Amendment, the same shall be- tlon of this Amendment shall be and numbty Commisaloneri' Districts to be shall be submitted to the electors of the
about steady. Common grades sold wsne h te adainclude bronds'oftime come a part of this ConstitUtion. This they are hereby extended to terminate, one th byv e Omo Coi ssne fr tate of orida, nfo geratificationor reje
a little cheaper, debtedess issued for road and bridge sede or in anywise affect any existing day in January 1949, the boundaris of sich Districts in such held in 1942; that is to say that the said
Best Steers and Heifers $8 to l. pur s by any county or special road provision of the Constitution relating to Approved by the Governor, June 12, eanr et te itode witho othe rep ction of Athe Sate of i e amonded
Medium steers & heifers 6 to 800 trtr, ournts oter pecial stzjno oa Amendments, but shall be regarded as 1941. office of Secretary of State e o themsa Co lsners is- so a orea as lows:
Meimser- efrs6t .0 d~lt outstanding g on July 1st, 1931, or ane ofadditional methodn of Amendmento readedsinollows
Betcw-------- o any refunding issues thereof. Said Board there tia mtoodofAmJumn -ed 13 1941c ofSoea f ae trict ,shall oomplse the tenrtoo which 'Section 16. The property of all canBest cuws 6 to 9.00 shallehave the-Statutory powers of Boards .newas on the 1st day of April, 191. em- porations, except the property of a oore oin.ws----5 tn Courity Commissioners atd Bond Approved by the Governor, May 5, -1941 Jbre w n ectibn Precincts num portion which shall construct a ship'or
Med. & Co. cows .... 5 to 6.00 Trustees and of any other Authority of Filed in office Secty of Stat May 5. Amendment to Article Sixteen of the eon- red r t o 32, inclsts, and also.such barge canal across the peninsula of Flonspecial road and bridge districts, and 1941._mn th Election Prcincts numbered 10, ida, if the Legislature should so enact.
Bulls ---------------6 to 9.00 othe sperid taking districts thereof with -titution of Florid by adding thereto an 60 and 61 as 11e east of the western whether heretofore or hereafter incorCalves 6 to 12.50 re d osald bonds, (except e JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an additional Section Permitting the Legis- a Bay stabsh at ha p p ubjech aatti unpower to levY ad valorem taxes is ax- Amendment to Article IV of .the Consti- lature to vest the Powers of making Rules' shor of res cayneoBay, ale asutablished Doed suhallprt be e ttaain. un- t No. 1 hogs $13.50 preasly withheld from said board) and tuiton of the State of Florida Relative and Regulations R elating to the Conser- alonur o ad t County&aoDed Nom*n the extent of at least one-fourth thereof.
No. 2 hogs 13.00 sall t nke or all papers, documents and to the Executive Department, by Addig nation of Salt Water Fish nd Salt Wter 9 delghtedas Resolution No. o rlitera, s aernamunic marital e................ records cocrigthe same. Said Board thereto an Addtional Section to Create Products in a Board or Commission. ,1 H Me ouinN.frrlgos cetfc uiiaeu
No. 3 hogs 12.50 shall have the power from time to time a Game and Fresh Water Fish Commis- BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLA- Another of the said Distrlcts shall com- purposes." Provldd however, this amen6to I refundingbonds to mature with- salon. TURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: prise the territory, and oply the territory. ment shall not affect the provisions of
No. 4 hogs -- ---- 12.40 in the said fift' (50) year period, for any BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLA- That Article Sixteen of the Constitution which, was on the 1st day of April. 1941 Section 12 and 14 of Article IX of the
No. 5 hogs------12.45 of said outstanding bonds or interest TURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: of the State of Florida be amended by embraced in Commissioners District No. Constitution of Florida.
thereon, and to secure them by a pledge That the following Amendment to article adding thereto an additional Section to 4 and Commilsioners' District No. 5. as Aphproved by the Governor, June 11. Houghs $8 to 12.50 of anticipated receipts from such gaso- IV of the Constitution of the State of be known as Section 32 of said Article 18, described in Book "P,' of the Minutesof 1941.
line or other fuel taxes.to be distlbuted Florida relative to the Executive Depart- authorizing the Legislature to vest the the Uounty Commissioners of ald Coun- Filed in office Secretary of State. June Feeder pigs _-$8 to 15.00 to such county as herein provided, but ment by adding thereto an additional power of making rules and regulations ty, at Dage 194 Ct seq.; 11, 1941.
not at a greater rate of interest than said Section to be known as Section 30 of said relating to conservation of.salt water fish Another of thy said Cowmissionera Dis The votes cast in compliance with said bonds now bear: and to issue, sell or Article IV, creating a Game and Fresh and salt water products in a board or tricts shall comprise the territory Which proposed amendments, and the canvass,
Mrs. George W. McRory and Mrs. exchange on behalf of any county or Water Fish Commission be and the same commission, be and the same is hereby was on the first day of April 1961 e, declarations and returns thereof, shall be
unit for the sole purpose of retiring said is hereby agreed to and shall be submitted agreed to, and shall be submitted to the braced in Commissioners Dtatriot No: 1, Mubjected to the same regulations and Katherine Turabull of Tallahas4ee bonds issued by such county, or special to the Electors of the State of Florida electors of the State of Florida for ratifi- as described in Book "P" of te .minuttes restrictions as are provided by law for
road and bridge district, or other special for ratification or rejection at the General cation or rejection at the General Election\ of the County Commissloners 'of' said general elections in the State of Florida. were recent visitors in Monticello. taxing district thereof, gasoline or other Election to be held on the first Tuesday to be held on the first usday after the County, at page 194 et seq., and also all IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, 1
fuel tax anticipation certificates bearing after the first Monday in November 1942. first Monday in November, 1942, as fol- the 'territory which was on the first day have hereunto set my hand
iile here they were guests of Mr. interest at not more than tfee (3) per as follows: lows: of April 1941,- embraced i in etion Pre- and affixed the Great Seal of
H. W. Mcjory who is making his cent per annum in such denominations Section 30. 1. From and after January "Section 32. The Legislature may vest cincta numbered 75 to 62, inclusive, as the Sttte of Florida, at Talh abd maturing at such time within the 1, 1943, the management, restoration, con- in such Board or Commission, now co- established by the afosqsaid E~soution SWAL lahassee, the Canital, this the
hore with .r. and Mrs. J. R. fifty (se) yer period as the Board may servation and regulation, of the' birds, ated or that, may be created by it, au- No. 1077:' 1st day of August, A. D. 1942.
determine. addition to exercising the game, fur bearing animals, and fresh thority to make and establish rules and Another of the sai stiiote absllom. R. A. GRAY,
powers now provided by statute for the water fish, of the State of Florida, and regulations without regard to uniformity praise th.e te r tty w as om thest Searetary at State




FIDLAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1942 THE MOTEL NEWS, MONTICELLO, FLRDSEN
PIDGON-SAWYE$
Q., Ar~-ww4-mgThe Liont Baptist 'Ghur w as
SocilIAc i .itie 'the scene of t lovely weddinga
Matter or copy for the Social Columnn to hie sent to Miss Helen M. 8:00 o'clock, Tuesday evening,Au
Bowen, Phone 8-4R. Dot lIater~ thian Tiuefday of each week u 8 hi Vi
sa wyer, daug iter of A r. an I'
W~. 1.Sawyer, oLaniontbcm
Mrs. N. B. Carmichael entertained Mrs. S. D. Clark~e anrd Iher (laugh- 4., he -'de of Mr. Gerl i chr
Tursday morning in her home ter, Mrs. W. 1W. Alexanider, wyith her Pidgeon, son of -Ars. 1.,-e to
Wth a deli.ghtfuI and informal par- wo chidren, leftt on Onrda o;0eonta, New York. TheRev.T.W
ty honoringher niece, M~iss>'1Mariln flighlands, N~. C., where th~ey Will Branch officiated, ~
Sumner, of St. Peterburg. who will remin for fa.fw Weks.hnc ff h
lae Monday for Tallahassee Te'hne ftecuc a
where s~he wil enter the Florid~ Ai' Eugene Will im with h er d~ecorte wth Whie lf d ue
Ste College for 'Women. Arange- two little air-I let Tuesda mon in palmso agans 1 backron
'ett of garden' flowers were use ig to retunthe hom GIL ATTENDCM9. ~d\a pn
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Th onticel News, Monticello, Fla. 'Friday September 11, 142
>D E P A RT ME WNT MONUMENTS/
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-r > which, spots canot be remioved;
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Thre Monticello News, Montice11o, Fla., 'Frid Setember '1,19
BOMB$00 BURST ONC -A
X (y GRANVILLE CHURCH Y4SHO LessonE
#.51 U.SER.ICE +' AROLDBL .LUN"DQfU IS T, D.ll D.
THE STORY SO FAR: Jeff Curtis and the Job lhe stayed in camp over- stretched into -dimn haze. At the (elesedb Westen Nwppe ano. his wife, Lee, are already on their way to night. He got me off by myself end of the river section of levee the Tfrmra ibrechenl,Jewaregtelvsm note and began flingin' questions at -two'men urged their mules up the frome zefo a be chef engineern fr ?e--" steep embankment. Here was half. Lesson f or Septemberil3 6,80 2 an r 1yers. ie 8yarre
nelyogaiedfui cman.Th "What kind of questions? a kilometer or so of open space _u 2%asof3or91nhmtere
arrive in Tierra Libre to find both Zoa "About the 'freight coqmin' up riv-btenhervradheQbad Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se- froSe adkit
and her husband dead, and Jeff suspects er. Curt, I dunno nothin' about the- Mountains. Across this open stec etd n o ihtdb nenainl 'Sn your order, to: they were murdered. Conversations with stuff comin' in. Bizt Mitch was espe- the levee made a wide elbow, reach-, coucsio Religius Education; Used by, his employer, Senor Montaya, and with 'cially interested in a lot that passed ing all the way from the'ritter to the SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN DEPT.hi fiedsJrr M~nikad il sn throblgh Tempujo a couple, weeks -hills, which insured the upper chd J.OSEPH SOLD INTO SIAVERY'. .1 llWest Wacker Dr. Ccgo.
Isnoec mhi ssli n ha te ago., I did see that. I was in Tom, of the valley against future flooding. Eeoe2cntinolsfreac
Mitchell and Zora were killed because pjirtewekedanMtc Fomheigehy d:a clear L.ESSON 'TEXT-Genesis,37:2 36, pa-ttern desired.
they knew too much. Now on a tour of, was at San'Alejo. These were big, view south and east from the Nego GODN''f--oeivehdt-Id-Pyttern NO. ............Sz....
inspection with Montaya he has met a.hev b oxes-that came to. Cab 'eza on, where the planting was- progressingrntis 1:,RV. Name ............;. ......... ....
other friend, Slats Monahan. 'ne is trou-* a Jap'tramp.'.Lk vriecfii:tpil.Mnaa-- ysm n Address ............,
bled because Monahan, hike Bill Hendor- they,- were: Eight -.of 'em, marked 'knowtn magic as fresh and clean. as -Does .it pyf rs oT~ son i no a frenryas erexpd-ed pump macihinery. They brought 'ema when he left San Alejo yestgrday- really concerned about the affairs wo~ TIUE ITHTHESTOY up river that Sun day and hus tled 'em *alredhis ar navs'r:',of rhen? Ifods. He know the tials o n to San'Alejo "right away."., '!We have plan ted about four hun. and the heartaches of His 'children? cSEATrah
a}VeH dred arswekly," he proclaimed Teeaktecyn.qsiosoTH jneianeat Powder.
CHAPTER I Wli emdlk ic a rul. "When once thigh levee is today; .and they find their answer E Absorbs perspiration,often
-- ),,I mghybrnduhbattlike they complete we sliall,'step that up to iGo'delnswtmnofheforerunner of healtrashes. Curt's curious feeling,:about Mona- was not so much what the man said as Helhated-most'foreign goods ,and teriscpehsya."but perhaps the most important justAgclrxnsoshsget how~he, Said, it., Restraint as ,this Was death on the Japs and Germansnwi h-rt fdr esn*Teb'h h
Dilking fellowv was odd. 'Again the, especially. Nothin' would do him Tebnaplts.et2fetLord saith Them that honor ness rC e. warasltl
impression of something lacking in but good old U1.' S.: *A. stuff. Bt ptwrtowfm.enofu-melilhnr" e.-ryle
Bills yHenderson's manner came to Curt, if WMontaya wants to buy equip- tfehgh.Tathyvoou We first find Joseph as he learns him.- -Neither Bill, nor Slats Mona- ment without Mitch's okay, even pls as fieanwsada utha h Jan was as cordial as Curt< might cheap Jap pumps, I reckon he's. got had ever seen. MaybeDr. Toenjes have' expected. :the right. It',s hus money-" really had a secret wortli guarding 1 *Jealousy Bears Bitter- Fruit:
Curtifound himself pieofwt-"Stick'to Mitch.", in ,the distance Curt saw a plae(y 23-0). on==
IVoty'o th ih nacanvas "elMtc'akdaloa.us-flying back and forth; back and forth: Joseph was his father's, favoi;e' Canrsh'Applicakor,
fea> er wre omordbe ct ios bou Lnhstckand Ryden. over the land, maintaining an even and, was'shown that, favoritism ini Juse"BLACKILEAF 40beds oa raised wooden platform, They're the twoSwedes-" low~height. Bringing his field, glasses many ways, butt was perhaps niostD~iI FWEATHERS. souc ane
mosquito 'bars-essehtial- here, a "'I know.. MWat about them?" into play he Saw the the plane was fully expressed in the coat of many camnp chair, a, small table on which "I dun-no, Curt. I've played pi- dropping from its tail a white some- colors. 'Thift was a luxuious, long, sto od vacuum jug and glass. nochle Wit Them 'at Tempujo once thing which formed a" rapidly set- ,robe with: sleeves, indicating that he Operiing his, musette bag, to pre) tling cloud. was a gentleman and not t'o:do or- TO
pare or bd, Crt's han cam m *Ah,a he thought,.Dr. Toene'p- dinary works of one Who wore the
.cnatwith the sharp corner of a:cosorua I could bet iohs sleeveless, krfe~nt tuic.Fi
bit of, folded' paper, apparently ate-pay it's-srih liit-i spt ofalbohrAepyrsnq~hsea slipped under the flap, withdut- open- he, says about, his- ''zegred" ,ingre- daeo h ahrsfvr os
ing the bag. ,'Curt pulled it out, un- folded it in .the light of the lantern 6 The soil among the present -plant, hioenl ye5 r:=unyl a s
hangng romtherid ;ple.ing shwed traces of the treatment. told ,to lihis, brothers and hi hoes CUHDOPS
He read: "Curt, watch yourself." The, ground was faintly leproswt rorofhir)vckd.beaio
ft was printed -with pencil, in ir. lime not yet entirely soaked into the,, fanlned the flame of jealousy I to'a
regular letters, as though hurriedly. sibyrnaconsuming fire which threatened his'83
Itwan' sgnd.Curt had a moment's thought of life. But: God, through, Jbseph acesadpanso
' urt' heard 1Vontaya's steps., He getting, .unknown to Montaya, a bohrJdhad ho h p 4 ysREM TS
p41mbd the paper, rummaged in the sample of the white stuff to be ana- portnt m they Ihdo ma r~moey NREUTSLMAGOS
bag, found a bottle-of quinine-cap- lyzed' for his own satisfaction. But ou f 5lii-hmit'lvrkp, =11NUII-UBG
sules, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ v an sMnaa.ne-dta edd' nwenough ofs chemistry im otHdo pu s.d t H PPY, choice for the girl who
washing one down. to xdo it himself, and there was cer-'. yw sso returning to school!,
yWife' s ipet phobia," Curt said tahyn n eeo hmh ~idhu a etetm f o ep The "tailored shirtwaist -,teamed
easily. ask' the ~~~favor; nor .would it :be itretaddrctgpor.Te with afl:gathered dirndl'.skirt"And a good one. IRAS my -rule rgttoselasaneovrto MC- onywysrnnncnbdvl has the -'casual, charm .modern
'thiat all workers in exposed areas- Itmis,,and ask him to.iget it down. oeisbsufrghdes ulyohilgifers want. 'It is 'azn, utfit **
shall take daily doses. Hledropped the idea.- ',l~odsTbwyosi ag which looks graceful in action and c reotetate.V2-msieo
Getting o slep asn' eay\ Crt -Noon. fund.Cut andMpnayaine toi th oa :atr tha bmp ty:ienrg tes e hrhv Ts on:1 paps Honmsi Limeipe ice
lay' staring in the dark. -Who -had back at the point ,of opeirations.Cr et Hs l E Hl several of' these -sets to carry her arcMIL paUG CO., Inc.
had an opportunity to sithtne< Pulled' his mxile to a stop, Montaya th- r .:Tn( r truhthe schoo yer.ssroaid Street-Ja ckso nville, IFlId
into his bag? Here at this, camp at $ olwdsit h rgin a p en~sfe.b s(uM lole eerth.
Henderson ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ foloe andt Monhan ofal -gl t io te sallfvrd leae h te hl
thete men, knew that missette bag~g \t arm ofntvesdy eae dpun n rn ntdsry ofdnei
otpld. Ithad been familiarpiece aatikebn oprsn e Cir a-dparents o and rsc f or g hi cuhdil
of Cue r ou fiel d ent, sw nio n g precsiat,th i ine b c o-ordiain a t L ts*a e o e o t
th ba sh 4 lor i kmovde F 4torft i'waa g Ite i onemthMs to*Conca
thae lte cmes from onerf they' w.\l ad febgmine. it Oned off thirai thngscabou ine
'Watc ousl.vtteentih \A h a hr nhspteti tha avi winlcke actdoe no sd
ZalMig hell' .downin coed prbeaitwatchng teoperations, the~ aln*tlasinoaohrsnt
AX a h u~e-al napd utnde oe hrsI the caeo
aidksuddenlydioner shtoIot.tne rtiewe thy-tye'ri oi mahie::Monhan ws alrteady roll-rhdm walcoeraeds bye det c hey,
en sin-n M Saturda or audylhyrlo fg u*aohrcbefomtecb idt h ahradmitie
ths thoght rdew .a Thse'Cef a exactl the ,h chim in u oEvdnl s asee a un reua d cur talie fo er,' cove n c thugnte lingineeh ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ n-ik for theaisn Comani Agucol far' Ip1o hyr ky utMthrpe awrthtt aheirege fther asor
getig dt podcio. bot gr.Ca'tsapwy? caed, urt fiec-rdnaina y ae th'haertn of t man
oCth's murd eqofpmetchellwaitnGnabuinchg, us..st h eg ht hyl
beon ldMa ooetohieth "ilter ant uc'or.h verin~ean freaks d toL R I coeahis"idcte hte
jobm ', old? Bi ousns hasn feov dh wssti' apwerTo many. '.werehaed Atotrt that they
scruplesacwhenfit comer tn capotet keged' anhrve abu Lorig-yo "Why -o' yo sthevferw ad falens low315.. ae taa cill*(drnte wor suoa hf,'Yeyh"cm matety Ltssth ahea. ineroe. Itaay borros thou colth Irngothi idmea theroe was an- t rmCr.woCr.'a ota h acikrosadwar h abo to
other ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~A pdsbiiy Pehpsoty oighdbe mrcnCnu Voa a pie uths broken I s aet asce ac whoes lifetimeof
ha c peoalf. nemie who wud t Slddfryas edbe p l'hue ad ni;lfe h ir aonkeigu per
wan toslo upth plntig pined hi'ughinfuece f.ssoi-endsto Cut.his breopghaionim cloe anes bu Hypocsy is anthe tribute Zor Ontintcheme-wa iDnt ich tdGew""adwstermn nuhfrCr t audrcv hc l a enhv opyt
elshe tan ritc l thd supstiefist an'as.buoincasaku- efthce runing.- iesel nuge thver ide ofirgoodns." seo
Ehgiarnice. ,h as ild"-CrtAiian~u at rso as col aveltyuuesoviiihte II o Oerue vlfrGo
loeep washs ourd mgins -iWhen gve behn toteottssesptehwie' I vs God'sh pn, thrsnatiseptlcs hnte l nadlgto
eo ekbrsa ~ ta nw W he w h iedh i Me man e. Zon taha wasled ol'h wa csooF ed c dect. Tey d
firs sigdnl of e tshMonaat ruh h ss offfif an Amoeria of, core.a h on lv notehoeo r owne ehv omc
iet. ak-ihSaruhtcuda gqt or helpand They'r wanot d'9utean Sh comttdsied Po th atlead officers ofT sunttnesrrrstar
M ona han h amg s ha e b ef e ac y good. Bcudn' ak mebwt knetl ?his wa ~ gu harah carieeb flies searor flies andug youy
mir for gotsd nhwAofa' kino they'rA g kas'that slMitche exd oiin' yo -d hesoraftoehle in*VasE. ARIDBFJS
Cu in be s an omdhe Canal.Afil Zoe. Tw-he ie rie.So esl h etitet Fthfess toduy"ly
for ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ Wa thee, rmirro and began? lateibemteedrothwcoewetml. lyt o denhad trt altos shfin
hTiae. Hes shiered finvur-in'tar ae tomte Cadal yet ino losed T onhot heslZr icel eine o mrsnetado AGEOTFy Pape
gttihgtInthe erduti enougbbefor int sld himay gooe CtN!ih ur."mk toheplar fe dhr hman!ihsth otlstell
coutr i culdcetanl ge cld'acoulahorssbyai.'" Ich' Gode marversy, blesse tand useled
overigt mdroaa ismsl-wse th "Whatd ybou knwabuiontcko.Do'h.ugt"esoum naeand was, ruhbine himsel tayah er e "ampy breks to .icer theimtr ofidcae th eatiohe
out of the coneuosines muhs fwasd hooed i was ith Clo in thate SaTrdaygt.!' orsmoecmsfefrsteedyit will beyl scKpes.ep ou voes owrtts and Meiand reol tabot a i youp rive lonke younow.hy idn't tod noten a.scrpuehlsavr my-Mic baogh las night? mean" soetin deiienohigtyevPhsy e er toa"esjc to
i t putvantingt iniet?, "Ip dno 't now" a hn.Ecp ptfrm o pa u.AdIpwer busoa odys: owrta
"No. Why" woul't- play" poke wiptientl asupsdyuknwisfrM n eare. Itayordand o s od" (Rom.
"Sompbin fodyte awoik suhb it a rn- bto hrehmsnw Curt."' ty Curt reflec~v td then fmin ed- 13:1) Thd earBible clarly teachers forsun hthlas idea?" "Sure. hirs foaonatn-osredsc n vr ubi evno h
thng tossdoiwith. Cher MLtcell' acomaid then dmran Crewsto Moreha cld have ben d bu enct hs Whit e sei e y fer murder?"tay the, jo.Rnotehnieri paing ofr Mont maftd Cutmteoeecs atoiyoei
'ha s soehna'ie t ch arge woentaon. No' timenwa glanc from th onroiy.flon beuepn God haspeor- nhsdypolae igley
weltlow Iuno uthepan. he olt nlltumin thoh it.luThe ofaparen duthe t he ragged ends of th ih-Hinkngoffcrial, of tte andbute kinathinkw ithms'eaI been Yuch line turnoern was mazig Caner- gh poe notbo to jot, uderown the icret anbd wiein he exercisetoul nt el a edets know hot the wass" an a te Spa nr ha caimed em ,hi doera n go od fe arnntesn.n"b ai eti r slst a
"Yel r kn celte henaprow. at toul be.e "Readto o osedto cais ake discarg ofe hiepniiiy
"Ognly wht? ats thilleworking Go.Mlsgo hywr eee isnMnhn otnt or others Eig ofor pn.detiigdmwdy
stewing ausoethin fo bseegond aeete aofor tabe o-hdn, ca ut tiud toar goenet as wfell (.36.7-...




TN THE MONITICELLO NEWS MOTCLO LRDAFI[DAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1942
NEWSMONTCELL, IFOR"M
RBERT CUMMINGS STARS Miss Martha 'Murdock has return- '~' NOTICE OF APPICATION FOR
I"KING'S ROW" OPENING, ed from~ a two w'ee'ks' vacation TAX DEED
SUNDAY AT KATHERINti, spent at Winter Park, whr IAWnO' 13
~e~saslm,"ta Cneel was th~e guest of her couin. ~ ~ >Notice is hereby given~ that Paul
It ireem an hat ea line nny n ixs. J o Goldberg holder of' Tax~ Certificate
Mr' 'Nie~kolsonNo. 427, issued the 721, dao"Juy frluck and guts and enterprise Montgomery, Ala., were receiit A. D. 1930, has filed same in myS ofshud forever be associated' with guests of' the latte's parents, Mr.c;hs~md plctinfra~
tegentler' sex. and Mrs L. B. Folsom. 'Certificate embraces' the following
There is Robert Cummings, for A -described property in thie Cdounty
stancee' Somnething 'of a. hayseed 'Mrs. C. T. Carrol and her daugh- o'cf Jefferson, State of Florida, to-wit:s
in is ounger days (lie wasborn in ter, MiNeill Carroll of' Le City I' n N'E 1/4 o NW'1/1iLot, A in Section
y~~v iiterThe'assessmnent of said property ~Ibherett'endaiel spend ten days
accent abou it. 'n a yndr ter so under saidl Certificate issued was in
lerehad stolenan acetfotwihrltvs the name~ of M. E. Washburun.
PiccIdilly. Unless said CQertifcate shal be ie'nd then, with just the straight- Mrs.\eJa M. Henry has gon t o West' deemed according to~ 1a~,. pr
Pal Bech hee se wllvist hr described there'in shall be> sold to
etfce' any ki ve~r wore heh efool-~te '~52~ 'tiel~eti e~tl f~u
so oe.Tefol> 'l and dau ghter,~ Dr. and the door' ontbide aht teCutos
edBoda no'thinking he wasS Mr. W .Bpufr6vrl orho is today i h
anEglisi. star-anrd so successfully 'Y Ps o '~a ~ "mn~ (Otbr14k>wh
'weeks. Mthe 511h, day of October, 1942.
infc,thata play producer threw Dated th's 7th, >day o~f Seaptemberb
ne' ndt" just so obbyco Id get bur s h gust o r.an 'Mrs.J. CIRCIT COURT SEALT) Jfes
in' .W. Frish'muth in !heir homnea Cltyk Crutd' rtoaJfero
Thtwas just about. eght years Monticello.' 'olerk Florida,
agfateful years 'which have\witSes' asartling saga of success. TMiss jKatherin~e Joh~nson o
Toa, ne il~l quetn this, sonvilP,' fo rmerly of' Montielo,' daughter Nl'arth4 Ann, o iai
Rbr umtnsof >MisspourIii just has returned home' afte s peidig BIKING GOVERNOR OF form'" ner residents of Monicllo, hav
abu.te, mnost Bp sn ugser st usD OMB-BATTERED MALTA <~ ,,>~,.j'' ys been visitig relatives hr o
Reenl lie "was borrowed fom aet, at.nenrlLr WANT~S TOBUILD FLYXNG OT INT O SIP
Univrsa by theWarer ros Stu Mr. Le'T.Bisop nd oung fGlqt, Gov ernor and Comnmander'tI
c- n aJ oe- l ta*n' MV~editerranean Washington, 1). C.-ictured here left, to bright are: Frank~ 0.]T Hiis Mrs. Edso D. De ,whh
"Kngs ow wic oen, unayfrm vsi wthreatve i Jck stronghold oMata, isshiown pcycl- son of Andrew Jackson Higgins, ce ter, New 'Orleans shipbuilder, ad fn r ~ o, at heKaherine Th'eatre.I sa vle. i'i to his headquarters in Vailetta. an Mr.W .Dvisn'o w
e l 4t'irza 'i f5te AEeve~ryk pint ofgasoline mnust ibe fons B. Landa, attorneyr for Hig ins, as' they arived at the Wit
nvlby Henry Bellatum whch House fii ~ >b i tt~ e or a. conf'eren'ce wit Presi dent Rooseet. Higgins 'wats to
Satn od directed. TPhu role is ai ~ ~ ~ !~~ Mr.T and Mrs. D,, U 3
fiey tlie port'rai of aneteeo in law an dughter, Mr nd fue~l. Las we-n a bg convoy.convert his shipyards to mnas prodi uctioin, of the '74on' Genn L. Marin Jacsoville were w~eek en us' Mrs. Lout Csulpepper. ~ arrived in alta after aT th'ree-day
sensi~ive youth-someo with battl ith' Axis Air Forces, during Flying jBoat, "Mrs." o r.Lnbuhsprns r
nit, Cummngsshaes MrD. HMaswth her t s, whichf' th British "Aircraft~ Carrier
itegand jty ie Eal a n h cruiser Mancheser
Coun Claudet Raies Judit An Atlanta wherei~ hewldttn e Fesn Mai iE~ Oupnsaa and~ gia Miltar Acaem~ turin thezs 'nCst
Aian othr/ curret 'term.~* 0I 843t~~udM U srnaln
AJW -aTo t -h CpeoEDe
A~~~N R~A 0OT c4~Gs RO A ME~~W ibo~~ upyo~
A-r
KATHERIN~ THETRE the~~~80 adsxtf"bm a'
~~~as~~~~~~*v.~~~~~60 830T ~reyM. c .si~ ~e t~e~~t~A
GENTLEMAN, FROMD DXE -fol sevie It pays substantia taxes, givess prfi
TIMBE thyrn to'~ thuanso peole eep support Ph railroadsand
othe businA>* tes ofg th ,Stae of lridat~ suple a.asncestyo
MIDNIHT SOW SAURwe NIHT e1d P.~ M. only fhen 'th vlmiskonBewish teexentofou
EDGA conribtio duriE th yea ende Jun 30,i~ 1942 ir t6 th*pope thei.rott
FACO TAES,,VE FROMmor tEE N OF IasSe Stt and~ 'hat I rth Iil aodn,
NEWves.d COMEDY aif. F'rt9hf (Mers.;
-WEDDED ELrTZ lie s thepr foirt kis when' oursA felo Arerca! 8673tn fsuaaweulyso
SNAYpaNA Tedre Earlu retued o Dutchcra'uun o .z ..,, .~ .
D.. I THfS Boids n~yyu e '~> zeceitated the iiinsthandise > roiisadrsrcin.W
Rer 16d i& 17e pec N(,vratioa~ Guar and eto grasnds povwied fee for st~,hichpoiinrlee
Arm for/Q t, two ,h n yaraers -and ni.
Mcl~~ianeytranportat faiite of the 'T hesr o h
poovhde thet thrroughi thej't attac onpeth te m
~{o 76; ss~id J~ ~ti>~ny o ug Naing thse thisn~sszr in prcdite Isutosivacili ties ic vqit Aie~its D.14 ha rigngdownein Juapnq -i esleps id th pEvroviding texjai9 w.ok
plane Hee wao knoed3 theet byi neesaryo winhay als ionyes, wichae uai cis opeciOfr
J~t'ANE e O EN theexpioe n ~iof~ tin boieCuy t poi uh'beeisotepope heSceardteto
3C Yor er soncivd' ofgh sirae tow~t orrd Exen te hesutedrn setoens oldr sg'weepi 69
RESIGNEDdi direpp' to the National tast'25'acres
frmthe ArSe8my Iiu Sattle Hriewilly
join the Navese sFthe Navy takeseProvision forsinsaie andtexcets profitbetrme' on'
rfcs~~~~~~~~~~ h year' business Musicte to HAR.oer Pim.h..ee..kn.....eteei haloesldt
TUEDY Sruepteby r LIF ofD Other baxe Minste teno Feheal Sithest 'bidder atthn'out
ALfuthr Port door Jo spen fte Laoray ioca goermRt aggregatedL K SA
n''LdOVgES me mbs i he5h day of st Od of 192.heirAPSA
-and-ucl and want ar membd ofs the W. a- 92 dyoS
7e thatR declare war 'on thet Unite (SEAL) CLYDEi wa SALS .........>--A