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The Monticello news
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Monticello news (Monticello, Fla.)
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Monticello, FL
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v.58 no.12 October 9, 1942


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atio tis weeary foer Victry. ~~ ~t Penin i'L ae t~oily brin a~e~a thr is ofU e Skat es oEmploy(~hie dutyof tic jun r ~A w e ~hed bi ad~sn Floida. t th ntode eW 4t n ~~evi ct toffce hee 1 dth
needed no0 are: iron and- steel, Singer fril over $on I Gcor- to~~ te convention in Ja c- :dist'rf t it-,i advisabl to asth
rubr opr rass, bronze, a1u- gi n~oiaaeepce otUied~ Stte mployment Servi&
m ,Zinc, jle~ad and old rags. tend ek tires ad, if they can replace The mn,,
In this county coinanding the J,,ekD ity ~Ocfman of,,~n, osider~b an essential~ or crt-'
Junor Army ntt l- assi >lead'the program teachers. oodig te rankoiAftl ap 4 - n Srie nt raeplc
hbldti ~hey~i of~;a St~' 'y4 ~ I hponser~ to 'Roll Cauid. fie the enre thv.~nt
- ~td-wonderful leader 6f sigi gee lt e Iyk.A celfo High School e,~ i ealn
The ranking, of students depends -: ned- nsabl as far as hi indsr is
uponp indiv idua -effot; each studet 2.OPN#U .>nd who has been~for l ~a sng- (iic~b 55 ld~c~ncerned.
starts as ~a buck private. -Hfe ma~y U$,SRTli phtgrp fronl 'tlh Russia battfront 'was madei in ing -eader,.witQ Bil Sunday will I Genera Collin informed ipetht ,
-be promnoted1 according to the 'pound t hevillage of "N"~ as Roed Army, men rui a in to mnop.*p rem~nants of lia e ian importahnt-pato the pro minute ohoui file oneas tou thu
gofscrap which, he brings. ;The the German> grison which tried u nsuccesfuy to hol th tow n Apea Boards- g, iihepe1 ofd thle, locald tord'
following scale is-the basis for .pro- face of fiere Red'attack. Infntrme wihbaoeted ifis charge yn -Tloings,- in'~ eg- idlyd~n n coul h ot se 'their Way cleart
mrimnied thet
motion: against the enemy' mLtWlwrlf i'Ie u~u r '~ o ie at th ayflw'er Hoel granoard deferensInteee
Grades 1-3: Pvt. 1st. Class, 10 rbs,, 4h ti-tank rifle iadn. Jacksonville, Floridja and hosts of etha the Appea torsrfue.o
Grp. 30 Ths.; Sat., 75 lbs.; 2nd. Lt., other entertainers from Jakon-, e et-osdr.mnes~tat i u3Q0 D.; 1t Lt, ~ a. ------~- ille will also b~e on haind to take ug o (ml in
30 rb Its.; St., 500ibs.; nid Ltsry thrb -ganin defLIWNDW ~ lay n. ~ d
t' ofieo AFia at~ 3Qr od)lorj4
Gae -f Pvt t. Cls 10il,--; (BTRUe COURTHOUS KENNET RECTOR par onet theA 1) the emloe rcul then~u -rr pjio'n
The, ~f m pupoe to organiz ra Fedra 'soe ~toGeera y ro
,p 1., 50 lbsSg., 10 Ltb.; 2nd LLWRPO CZ~Jeepu Y
beineeseGi lanigtht hOe And it iso&4 hoe that rone ftleloiinaa
been appointed> from ecdepart A ZN- rRTNcrmn-so .5 -..TS Roya Edwin~ B.Bconn einty- h rsdn.
ords of the scrap In high seho?-~rUgwt '~ i L Iill i'ka sort tal as well as -TA METN
Be3ttile& Bird4 and "Tippy" Shumian ne~~rfrsinctals) during ~4noeis. -'. ~ ->htp pa~ mti
'havbeeni appointed; for the ele_ October,' the U S. W r Prodctiion () alad Florida, atLended tlbe W~ings section. e ei
-iatyanid junior jbigh, John Pow- Boaird" headedt b y Donald Nelson, Presentation. He accmpanied hier ,I is hoped- tatanj 'xr lre Montiell" P.T A. oi Y
strud hrn~l~r-esses the government's destierte home having' a ten-days leve He -aeo a Stamps andI Bods will toer 13-atP 7in tli e16
T hose, iiven thelhighe, ranIks needof t'ii., This apeal for tin iswas a Mtinticollo visito on Thurs- 'esult, fron tis gath~ering. -- ry school aditoriim
possible for students in scrap uo directedi p.rticular Ito restaurants 4a of-'lstweek enr te to New Al'--sel patron and forie f
e~toiae is ~~at~~rhotes adte pblic, the fol port, Flord t or. acoo are invitted to- bepeet
--high cool: Edlward Baie, 97 10 ig grsfen all brother; icharecter an farn-~SR
Reed, 5378 For thle elementary]l Mrs. D. ~4 a aro ~i1,.~ Maysr",andisver
school: Russell Wallace, 2nd. graddni~s 'of~ he fail wer viit- HE LH NT OES546- Nato Curi,~ first grade, 5M "All ol rn7fish pant or cone- -~a ~ .,BnDr
-Thle' rankco- se~od lieutenant~ in sa~ ca n 0r'IT WANTED$ for--'---' rtaA ddh aa
slvage. Condensed mil and1 ea-' MRADMS.SILA
the high school \as ear~ndIby Atr~td inthn~ ir O AT Z~ M e Gunery School at Tyda Itl ile-osant~o
Sonny -Patterson, 46,5lbs.; WlimprtdmlkclsaeNT AT MOV: TOCIAOFed
B -iailey, 335; Hill Bowen3501. TT e~ gr ~ V ~OCIA--ath rga- eat law giver was wlbai
-oi-ere he and others with. paited-l-can~ left fr Chicag ast Friday 'ni ht, h 1as theo~ vert -is to hU- e ~ -fomlt ai'rule
owing~~~~~~h naid h ak~i eod-.I' tioni and oers~isby sht' t-~ern'
1'eutenant: Dan Carr, 3rd. grade labels. Prepare these calls -as fob. execin to makael 1 ~tega~l -p~ ire home there ing seaedpsalh Aiy~ie
354 tbs. -Many ote 'studlentshlye lows; -put, can. top inside 'can,'then wth their son, Charles L.r, wh eve supcstatsntto
-attained rank of corporal and Mr.&fa orvs ~ndl a~ and Mrhs. >StiJli an a well is newt inoitKlb~~M~ ta i t
huad this opportunuity which is- ell-S
v-olue -of space. No ne'ed to wash konin Jefferson County having ToeABewl~ ~eraf zILu5ZAITION DI ECT29 Ier of cle'anliness aaheat mea
geanxt. -oe byfwlde-oe ihy
- ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ f -thuh ~ s~ b~~ e glue onthistype-of can. You led near, Silver LA r uoe ivy-~pine tblz ur isunnecessary, shoul red'
but, your hebta ie. O rt~ and sou -.wl be sStilml 'an wa Iar'aiByrnes, nel appbeete Jeff person C~t a et e
drn to becolecte -a~r t ii i mj ioNR 'nC!T 1 director. He hasg just bbeen'aec1 'o
Enhusiasm- has bee runn*n MISOAR OIanou il etsaiae cute
sichigha-drle~~lo 'behind te lines- for the boy Wh -A ila'd ason>& as b r ieleth permitted n e Florida. We believe it fallsfr,''
Tilody.Aicen hiseost~ ~and out -there inniforn, waiting ,a s active 'in -club~ work an -l shoe fof that but pro na
-'hv on ierwy-io tehpfor Gord! knows Nvhaf. DWsposa1 of way ,interested in 'the library. Missoary Socety met~ on M~onday izto tabPised by eo residt -ne Duigte late ule; have~n fon their wayre- ino then heapsfte
77 ,kettles,. stoves, ash-trays, bed-la regret tha I thi il Cicl No I with* Airs. Ruhrfr liav' n checked over and suh
st-~feads anid springss, parts of ice Cooper of NW7B Sal~vage Depot, City Mrs. tilli~ ge.ta hY'1 Qii~ ~o ~ Ms 1,e0
cranfez'~1~i~>iahisGarage, Monticello, w~hose. timle and health necessitated this change. Shuan twelve members and onAG C smdaswrnee'
cra frezrs sein machines,'I LTURE THE ~xph' ~ -s wr e
an'aniqe ~~itn~r n nerg 'freely donatedforJ be wa visfor' presentCONSERVAIiO ~ tog place thiem, in satisfaction
chnelir fbtthscaundou~n~ Cir~cle' No. 2 with4M'.i~~ u dition- from q,, sanitay p oint-o
~iue- li~e c htelier. effrt thisN eli,'nt coifteens Mnnbrs vrC. h- ryIW .
Ze'alous collectors -brouh sca 1111 inn Ifennebr rsn... E. larkJ -view.Arnume o ewsniayfoot, oin -bicycles and in trucks. REuSPONSE TO hvelve Cu l espeetIIhdav trsi-n vo. hss. t with thrs are inde -a n il
One nthiusiastic third fronter, Son- Woman's CEA h -es Franklin Wote ,~e~ as Soititday co ~ he 'ar n4~~
Pattetrsond delivered too nSth.Ai i~be ~pnicb~~omns 4# f~i~h~.~wii MsAaa~v~lii~e' hi ~n~th
heay ZSpr h'bk i e~.hea -GRATIFYJG held tile first meeting of tile fall Wells, -eleven mnemers present. Franklin is one, of te.many f arm- It ha ben no easy task to' geth
season in the clubhouse on Oct'e The, members of thle four circes e es in Jefferso Gtny who reaize sanitary -programa under way. Th row. (Special to 4Thie IMonticelloj1ews)' 6, at' 4 otclck,' -withl thirty-two wil mtt atile church oni M~onday, the inmportance of legaumes to fur-. WPA built some 500- "units witla
First grade teacher; -Mrs. 'E. l -VapS.-'ersos by ridet nci~br teyn;tqpeie1 toler' 12, wit Mrsfl, C L. Mo'ore ishit'rogen 9for thei crops, 'Nit- lor that cost 'the property ower
Ridgeway, collected f-rom -usand,l of M\onticello And Jefferson Coiuntv, Mr1s. flyde SAnals, in the ehqir. 11V 441,o rga.1ge pendle fd 'es ii iIii. h de s-~o

The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., Friday, October 9, 1942
Marines ltudy Jap Equipment-and laps
W. f I
THanSeNotes of an Innocent Bystander: A SERIES OF
/ Winf *The Story. Tellers: Following in SPECIAL ARTICLES
Sthe typewriter ribbon of Shirer and THE LEADIN N
W EEKf Flannery, the last CBS boy in Bert- 1w CRMPNEN
ln, Howard K. Smith, dishes outma
By LEM UEL F. PARTON ~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~slice~ of exciting reportage in "Last .. ......... ........................................... ......
K- B EM ELF PRTNTrain FrmBri"(Knopf). Goebbradw on th Grmns Sem
Consiae Fetues -NURelaeoesnmihB nbn
vice-versa, if one wanted to ring the By bradw nteGras em.Robert St. 'John 1
changes on the old wooden -ship ad- that, the only people who -take Goeb- I-age William ibell seriously are a
An ronManIs M. effers~..editorialists ..The most eyebrow-. (WNU Feature-Through special arrangement
An I ro a sM e s with
Jit American Magazine) To Pull Us Out president of lifting part of, "Sabotage" is that
th Uio-a many -of .those in. the, Benedict Ar- Over and over we -have heard'
O the Ufnio Ra-b-r -son Ru M a cific railroad, nold cameep have escaped the clutches ab tetheathofbmbn
of the aw raids on the island of Malta.n Rethne newvuer adiitaois y...Iesol ecm
the acne tsbe aminisat r is, by plsor for' all defense workers to -cently I 'spent a couple of days with
oread W. L. White's "Ty Were Ex- a British seaman who lived for
sional rubber. man in the railroad. Ifedbe Hro~t~aeJ-u months under the'daily blast of Nazib n businesss apt to come from the.. t fury on this brave little Medit
J -l From time to time enemy land attacks to recover the now U. Stheld Guadalcanal island n the Solomons -extra ounce of steam in your work,I Jefs theaup irn 52n yeas coti-ell are Mlade,mbut the marines have smashed them all. Photo at left-shows two Jap officers who--will no longer shout nothing -can .Wallace Carroll, as hue, gan te you abute:ta
operation arnd -management. -- commands. They are taking it easy-behind barbed wire fence on Guadalcanal.- At the right U. S. marines look teU foreign correspondent, hng Tell you things you'll hardly be-.--The Baruch -rubber report has: ovei Jap equipment taken when the strategic island in the Southwest Pacific fell to the.Leathernecks. -' terp rudtecytlbi~y-lieve., Things, which even seem fanstepped -up --the deep-trae a sia" (Houghton-Mifflin) that after asiLom nwLd-Iam -tional -roar demanding hard:boiled -Hitler. is crushed there will be- a -from that little island which has sufmanagement in -this war,~ to say, U.S r o s A t c In a e I daJt l revolution in Europe. But it's -hard ferea so' much for so' lonk.
nor scee thin fo elat.Wen Car GryTr o s to understand how Europns, will-.I' lived in Malta for -months tiurafes presideo the Union Pacifi inay have any stomiach for blood baths ing the worst'of the -raids. I lived
as', [rsdn aftf this waro iscfi vr ....Corporal 'through hujidreds of bombing at-~
...... ........ ... .... ..........a tr"h s w r i v rC r
1937, this writer- talked to a former -'- ""T ~ '~~-*f -~' agoescpad-elvrino tacks, Ilived through -enough to
associate of Mr. Jeffers. lize2 that these islanders are
"He's hard-headed, hard-fisted "ro about the bravest .people"in the'
grove"er,, (Henry Holtes isfuniraha
* and hard-hitting," 'said this in- wh ~- *-' o g.; aspaovieole- kw ld edo 'h hu
formant. -"He'll highball an or- wihY-wou kw rld-- 'fh hu
der right through to where it is '/ sands of flights the Nazi bombs
going, and. make sure that it If Clare Boothe gets to congress have made oyer Malta. Youknow
never gets sidetracked and that she'll make many of thewindbags of thetons of explosives they have,
it gets results. His effectiveness there let -go -of -the 'flying :trapeze -dropped. on that island, which is lit-:
- lies in knowing what he wants 'c and come down to earth -. 'She's tle longer.than Manhattan. Wha t I--and then getting juist that. 'Lik~e ..-' 4''one -to break. up the: demagoguery want to tell you is about how- the'
al-i good ecthve be will hire ..-. and force the todrop the ifs, buts little people of Malta live on, de'specialized intelligence tolook and however . She revealed spite this epitome of Nazi fury-after details which he is too that, -in her initial oration with: -prving one thing tothe world., prov- -busy to master and- in doing so-------------------------~., VWhat's all this cooing with Franco ing -that ;'tough People can get as
he never gets buried under the and Laval, anyhow? All they wish used -to bombs -a a ma in New
--small impedimienta whith somie ''~--:- '--- us is bad luck!" . John Mason- -York or CLhicago can -get used to
-times,~ swamp -less --purposeful '44 --~a 444"'~-4- -t'~-s-"- Brown's account of his operation street noises and 'traffic- hazards.:
- Men." -.'"-----.7 will be called "Insides Out'." -- Each Raid Shelter Has an Altar.Mr. Jeff ers is supposed to have ,. ,-'-- -- -Jolson, back from Britain, reports Malta is. honeycombed with air.
4 been grooved into his new job by --* the high' morale there 'I went raid shelters, and each shelter has~
Averell Harriman, chairman of the to see a movie,"- he says, '.and 'it' an altar,"with a great crucifix hang
board of the- Union Pacific, defense contained some newsreel scenes of ing on the wall. Each morning theo f aid r -lease admin t-shoinng a deeply religious 'Maltese deck the
istrator for Britan It is obvious movie audience shivering from crucifixes with freshly picked flowthat Mr. Jeffers knows how-to "keep fright. The Londners -in the real ers.
e, rolling," which is the main idea audience rocked with derisive I have often seen women and chilin wartime, whether the tires be of laughter." dren dring the early morning rads
rubber or -iron This is the 'prevail- sligt inurie su re we a e .h ra-sg-aw stopping to gather such flowers be
ig 'explanation of the .detachment ..f ts- The explanation of certain mill fore taking shelter. One of the ast
of' a uaetoer erailroader.froma his job thal e osthings, each family does before avat a tigm owhensuch mastcryis ur- mor leader (t 'the pbs e to ing home is to make sure that a picexcs who tahke'e nohee brun ohe
gently 'needed where it is. Mr Jef- Attacking troops of theU. S. army, somewhere on the East coast, are shown (right) stealing up behind squxecs wo cwtke t, breunt o ture tof Christ is securely fastenedfers writes -off a $70,000-ayear the unsuspecting ne" Indian fashion, to dislodge him from his entrenched position. In photo t ove lac of. nesi to the front door. If, when they reot takentart:as g1wing ith satifactin nd atft, this: "-We're not interested -in -ugoodid te phme s- a
salary. same seaboard training center, troops engaged in -the military problem of dislodging "enemy" tnwt o ny vicy. Te at the- oe h me enal
It was in 1890, in his native troops entrenched on a section of the coast climb up the perpendicular wall of the moat which stands be- -to rm be s trbcovinede itis bcaue te
North Platte, -Neb., that he tween them and the "enemy." Smoke screen laid down by -attackers lends reality tathe picture. 'ea eerst ine oo Tr came losThe
Plsreh i cmareedrswhi the, since way cher th inr' Tepitr aeloe
Ssarthedhe hs carermwih -uit he s peacetime use of inventions (which
ion Pacific, as an office boy, yae Bynow smiet wils a ke- My -favorite air raid shelter was
1900, he became chief. train'dis- Flagging In on Aircraft ,ChooChoo the peacetime world a fairyland o is a f
pitcher and he hasn't had a va- If you wondered about those ii the earth. It used to be an un-. on nthe fumce-ding derground railroad, and extends
.. iar voices (of the narrators) in' The
ears.- A- "mos n B os ..i.. e miles into the suburbs. Thousands
41ltakes aove our -most flexible, a P long tosenry Fo andponal -aof people are down there. I could
" spacibus apartment at 40 Berkeley heardng to Henry on and Donaizd snYnkiedmtesldssmi
and indispensable commodity. ;rs--Biddl'theris en be a permanent home -for enough
families to populate a whole village.
WOULN'T ~ ,- -----,.-,.- ~ ~- .Down there, -while hell breaks
IT WODigo surprising tI ase y ee oner loose overhead, young coupleshold
T case you were wondeurin
see T human Arnold ro e hate and t of love, .......
against Anthony J. Drexel Biddle about the difference between the
Jr. nde th ani-tust las. is ~'5i, 44 ~ *4O'4i44~4-;4i-~ ~ -Garand repeating rifle (used in com- born, school teachers hold classes,
Jr uhereee the anitrs laws thHiindisq
bat) General MacArthur is the au. old men and women get ill and die.
ining mgnopoly of diplomati thority for rating it the, tops Said When he Maltese lose their
' ~ ~ ~ ~ ot iow theon rus nt tehe
He's A mekica's oss cuin es vas'4 the General: "A child asked his dad homes in bombings, they take what- -- -ouscoutris hs --'-----'the 'difference between a,' Garand they are able to salvage down into:,
it iand an ordinary rifle. 'Tere's a this labyrinthine shelter and set up
Ie extendeg the thesewrsfr
Ambassador O'ten bth big difference,' said. the father. 'It's housekeeping for the duration. It
nation of r,'President's nom- -ovt-iosoe, at e n your isn't the most pleasant place in thejust asyg ife tur spoke andldren
BiddlI as a basad4r mother-spoke' The one -they world to live. But life goes on.
tho deri-tee exilets govrnmnt ofyGreece
- To he euion un or eece F' D e r still talk about at Fort Dix concerns f It is not uncommon to see 10 or
and Jugoslavia. His other ambassa- h mother, -oos-at the w gt who bawle otra ries 12 Hildren asleep in one huge bed
dorships include Poland, -Belgium,----------e arhihp fCnefor standnngraround withhhisresnd sd ohere. The Maltese have inilt i Astrlia w orocu~ stan thn aron wthe hi~synsdw
Norway and The Netherlands and in his pockets "You'd think," credibly large families. t
he is minister to Czechoslovakia 0Z., K barked the Sarge, "you had a $1,000 As a raid gets under way, the
and Luxembourg. nd were afraid of losing it!"..- low murmur of voices fills the cave.
duringHe seems to like his multiple -agonshnTe Ro, hand to Be Hh e Maltese' don't just move their
ipobmal ithh it hs cause him f t-reenty.Duringisvisit.the..arMh- roo-ie s -happerd, to w e Pvte i
- mucoincnenie rnces andeadbso el eyc ad con Gore.V.T-'-cb'-p0fCa- ore fotaltr ]he t e auiry igie -d it .l Anev acig o rd ~sout sotl,- le ooingh pigeons.
for $243,640rothr or th e hitr 'fun tebrveeNowspwe ve ththeih e planes0l areetroe/ comingt closer. : .::. :%,, : : ...... ........... ....
ture, strwnove .Erop. i the Tw'yarol Donna Lee Smart Thssoy wihi weigte:De nteerhw a erg
minions:'> .:: ;.: >.: v > .v >' : r .... a ... .pospone sght injuries: sufrdwe ee...Ahg-akn Washing- away at wha i~ted atie ga.ll "thse
actin o th bil unil fte th freghttran Psse ove he, nar on ofical ameto ee te Pesi inects upin he ky.
war,>#' and.M Bidl -didn't sen nupe.pot nofcrsgas ln hti.abu o os naSetl.Dnahdfalnale.etad eiee i iwso o h or fNz:lnadv

The Monticello' Newi, Monticello, Fla., Friday, October 9, 1942
It's Easy and Thrifty to Make GIVE YOUR
Your Own Defense Work Outfits COLD THE AIR
Get quick relief the famous*Penetro
Nose Drop 2-drop way. Helps open up
cold stuffed nose. Generous sizes,
By CHERIE NICHOLAS 25c and 50c. Use only as directed.
E SCREEN-r 10' 7
-.eleas By VIRGINA VALEn Early and Late Babes
Released by Western Newspaper Union. Healthy babies'have been born
YOU ant laugh 65 days before and 50 days 'after
.oi 'thinking about. the war ~the full term, the difference befor just a little while, be sure to 1m these xtmecases bing
see "The Major and the Minor.'
It'st one of the most delightful
N pictures that has come along in Pull the Trigger on
many a moon- Ginger Rogers, as '
the young woman who dons little 0Htopation, with
girl's clothes in order, to. ride halffare on a train taking her home,
K gives an expertperformance, estab- E
listing herself-firmly as one of our
E leain coedenes Ray Miln When constipation brings on discomlading comediennes. Ray .Milland .fort after meals, stomach upset, bloating,
is excellent, as is the rest of the dizzy spells, gas, coated tongue, and bhd
cast. It's a swell picture-don't breath, your stomach is probably "crying
g 'the blues" because your bowels don't
miss itl move. Itcalls for Lazative-Sena to pull
the tagger on those lazy bowels, comOneof he estfrend an fome bined with Syrup Pepsin for perfect ease
One of the best fiends and former to your stomah in taking. For years,
associates of Gen. Draja .likhail'd -many Doctors have given pepsin prepay vitch, leader of the- Jugoslaan rations in their prescriptions to mak
9-- guerrillas, is Tom Lincir, no n / .Imedicine more agreeable to a touchy
g i s Ti stomach. So be sure your laxative conHollywood working for Columbia tins Syrup Pepsin. Insist on Dr. Cald
pictures. Columbia haS ade ua Sccess for Dinnier-Savory Stuffed Peppers well'p See how deful th
a number of war picture-The Coin- e (See 1 ecipes Below.) Laxative $enna wakes up lazy nerves and
landos," m e d etcmuscles in your intestines to bring welbut Tom Lincir's been in none of come relief from constipation, And the
them-he's a conga dancer in "My l TnThis Week's Menu good old Syrup Pepsin makes this laaSister Eileen," movie version of the -. '*k fdP.tive so comfortable and .easy'on your
*Baked Stuffed Peppers stomach. Even finicky children love the
stage play laid in New York, with Ever notice how ever-so-good i* ao u "se f s4at ei a
RsinRuslanBraAere foods run in combinations of three with *Tornato. Sauce takte Dr. thidplealsanalaxative .co ~ /; R flavors? There's Molded Fruit Salad bined with Syr-up Pepsin, as directed on
S.. ...... .* thestea, Brad a~ Buter andwcheslabel or as your doctor advises, and feel '~X
othe steak, french Bread a Butter Sadwices world's better. GetgenuineDr.Caldwell's.
Alout a, year ago RKO bought a fried potatoes and .na
novel, "There Goes Lona Henry," pied ctatio Pears Baked i Honey
- -~~ novel, gave up Henry," ~~~pie combination. ee.g 'SieteHu .
and afterward ae up the. idea of Beveyou can haveB rag
i" ... .. ..frid chickefh, *Recipe Given The golden opportunity is never
gravy and bis- offered twice; seize-then- the hour
OWthat the dehs and the sub-sa&tre eesareiesial o dc when fortune smiles and duty*debs, the college girl and her some. or dinner, made delicious and points the way.-Old play.
endless chain of sorority sisters, the At qne, time or healthful byr iroirich molasses:
career girl and the glamour girl another you've aU a
and the housewife have gone whole- tried lamb chop, Baked Stuffed Peppers. GET
heartedly into intensive work to win ptasa"" int jelly combination, or ( See 6 AFTER IlLMpl
this war they are finding themselves a eltedche ;toastidibread and 6 lrge r peppers IWith a sediolme that l P ain
confronted with a work clothes need or factory assignments. The all-in gfl~ed tomatoes plate luncheo. 1 pound chopped beef, d o uer from re2223
entirely new to them. one uniform centered in the group Now ohero vic- 2 cups bread crub forreal pain-relie uelp. 60c, $L
Being employed by the thousands is one of the smart defense outfits : tory parade ai w dishes are 3 tablespoons' minced onjon 0-2223 at druggists. Buy a bottle e
in industrial plants and on farms you yourselfhcan make thriftily or litz 1 cup canned to toes today. Use ofnly as directed. Pur.
thousl da 1ak thfily orod yoase 'cas priced refunded i. -o saif
and in countless other war activi- you can watch and learn while your their way to fame.. aie nu- 2 tablespoons pure, dark molasses
ties, taking, the place of men as they work uniform is being cut and fit-' triton rule Which is rapidly gain- 2 tablespoons melted .butter
are in wartime industries, women ted for you at your local sewing cen- ing popularity is the one which says' teaspoon salt In Exes
are coming to know that they must ter. The slide fastener closing at that if you miss one food combina- 1/ teaspoon pepper 'Exess ofEsorrowrlaughs exces
have clothes that stress utmost sim- the ankles is an essential- for pro- tion, at one meal, you must.pick it Renitea seedn an memran of of joy wlarn le,
plicity, are washable, have no ex- tection. insisted upon in most fac- up at anotherrmea soyou11get a sdi B
cess fullness tp catch in machinery tories., It is easy to insert if you the energy" units you need these peppers and parboil in salted after
yet allow for the utmost freedom of use the zipper foot attachment tht v7 en 'rea busy days. d m ousll0115-S
ato.Slacks and. overalls must 'comes in the modern sewing ma vI it' being' reaie offoda I'm~ ofeigyube.alrmin'AL
actin. ~ ~'--.-., m- kng it. .Nov it'st' whyn 'todny ICAofinLouOUSEaS ejjan
fi ngya'ueake; f-abrics must chime kit. combinations ofodwhich contain' ing. ijigrediens i
fit snugly at the anklefbisms ligkt as a pictu re for Ruth W arrick. It'acs ntgst nreItodtgvnSu To relieve painful canlouses, burn
beetudysfou terdmste otinrFatoheorerend'msstpituefo Ruhoaric.nI's nurietseay o msseayo'seno'"orefmgiensSufifT eyou'raefu cilnot'lur
btuody, for the mstbenot Factory worker and "farmerette" the story of an ambitious Washing. catents e ms peppers withmix- ingortendernesson bottomof feet
hinder work. will find smart practicality in a ton society woman. iron is a mineral that has big ture and bake in nd, eotin coushiog thdse
However, there is another essen- jumper overall and shirtwaist outfit for y ste It ees a moderate oven
tial that tust not be overlooked. It's like that shown to the left. Not only joh to -o our system, I sd 4
the stimulus that comes to woien does it give opportunity to wear dif. Richard Arlen and Arlene JTdge to it that your energies don't lag (o degrees) 40; ,
workers when they know that the' ferent colorful shirtwaists, but there certainly started something when,' and guards against anemia and gen to 45 it
clothes they wear are as smart and is 'special comfort aid' convenience working in Wildcat they suggest- eral digestive disturbances. ry serving this
becoming as they are purposeful an4 in the suspeider-type oversized ed that each time a player made a Biggest job of all that iron does with HOUSEWIVES: *
'efficient;. To that end there is' spe- ockt though ''whidh th& wide mistake in his dialogue he make a is to see that your body gets all the Tomato Sauce.
cial emphasis placed on the use of leather belt is drawn, thus providing contribution to the American Red oxygen it needs by making enough 2 tablespoons butter Your Waste Kitchen Fats
bright color, and there are many safekeeping for important working Cross; fewer errors mean fewer re- red blood cells to go through that 2 tablespoons fliur Are Needed for Explosives
intriguing accessories like, gay lit- gadgets. The pcket edges are ret takes, so the company profits, and 7,0004nile long circulatory system 1 No. 2 can tomatoes
tle dickeys and bright blouses. inforced with firi, stitched edges. the 'Red ooss makes money when that will replemsh with oxygen and 2 large oions, sliced TURN -EM IN! *
An interesting and most significant Everybody'has been talking about film conpaes b ttiing Weit carry whe pother word for the cooked carrots, diced,
reaction to this call for suitable victory gardens, and now that the i celes. t pess, oxide which is anothe cup pure,, dark molassesW E H
work apparel is seen in the encour- "yellow pumpkins on the vine" it'its aow te yout iro ui t 1/ cup gre,, drained M
agement it has given to women to high time to gather 'in the harvest. diffiuow t t in abot irn -i theat 1Ia green .pe s rie
,. make sewing a thrifty hobby, the Whl yuaecletn orvt- Alexis Smith .has been urging it's difcl tofn'i naget re eper, -diced -HO
mor soin'tha wah mteralsare min grwn igh inyou ow bak Warner Bros. to contribute'a'll the many foods. You. can see how ii- 1/2 teaspoon salt -', i yusfi! LA HE
so inexpensively available with the yard or are serving your country s fron its numerous hoopskirt portat it ish e sly of peppeot flashesr-izztexcellent, well-styled patterns and a "farm hand," ybu. vill- be feeling wihepticasndhe'k o, vrya.Yullfdionn'gs;''"Saute -onions 'and pepper in but- ness, distress of "irregularities" fire,
"6 whole wheat,:i"erea:o :anddo n a e1 oatea, eh u sn anside o ba n ervu0 irialbu t
modern sewing machine equipment, comfortable and fi~t if you wear a the nationi's scrap' metal drive'"-woewetcras'n ama, ter. Pusht n ieo a and weak, nevuirtalbuet
beginners~~~~~~fo gaenle-n-witatrnedcotneta. Suppose o kip thse 'ideae peod-n th wuctoa
even beginners at the sewing, gane blue-aid-white striped cotton twill had to wear costumes like that all instance a thTh flour with butter. Add tomatoes, etimae-age peritten awomans
can count on doing a professional suit that opens at the back. This through 'Gentleman Jim, said things at breakfast.p -That means 61 .lasses, and seasonings and cook, l1fe--S Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegejob. Having one of the new ermo- trim coverall really covers you from she, "and now I'm doing it again oe two deals, for instance irig ene ar medicine you can buy tQay that's
plastic dress forms that is Wolded head to foot and fastens at the ankles 'The Advenitures of Mark Twain.' food lik rots and peas. Cook aboit 5 mm- made especially for oomenc
into a twin of your figure will prove to keep out dirt and bugs. And how I've packed around enough lead and by hi -somestesei c f drie t ads ous oelp
a wonderful aid in turning- out it washes and comes back all new steel to make a dozei of those Gen- liver, heart, oysters, greens, died When you talk about the mineral, thousands upon thousands of wmclothes that fit. and fresh looking! The matching eral Grant tanks! The studio would fruits. Do you follow iodine, you might as5 well ask about toms. Follow label directions. PinkThe garments pictured in the visor can go right into the tub alo bng g tle geveeat wh tod Io icudil the .Q., for this is the mineral that am's compo worth rng
"'"."aov ilutrtin av benseecedwith the coverall. -a favor if they'd just tur n "i l eea rnrc od o o ildirbdtty'--ffects mental' alertness. In .
as especially suited for farm work Relea Westernewspaper Uon. ving something wit i o. addition that iodine prevent/ ':' Oivia de ~havn smtigwhirn .simple goiter and' also 'affects how
Oliyia e H villand's learning toBro ed oysters 'you tip the scales. sea' so
play the saxophone brings the (Serves 6) ich in iodine are seafoods, so
Workaday Dress -New Designs Use shiny new instrument to her dress- 1 quart oysters make a point of including theli in -on
'pg room and tootles between scenes 4 tablespoons butter your nofte. For napsh"Apo
OOL "With 'Velvet of "Th Princess O'Rourke."'She 1% tablespoons flour assert JUSTeu ea s
--- -~ ozme of the bestilooking fashions played "Happy Birthday" 'for 'the Juice of 1 lemon i "(Served 6) DAS IN PETHS
brought piut this season feature vel- hotmd stag doorman the otlher, day, Wort peppre sa- u u nhbed bes 0
---- -- .-'-~-~ ~ vet- and wool combinations. Espe- her fitat 'public performance.' She Re rcesaerom sauce a Scans shrinhbea
'~ signe 'aesepoig hscmi i ditofcomant othe' msc in2tabespoos Id n br 3neggs slghtybaeh -TeathRo dut ithe way of
bow' eisai. connectin wis b but took the cigas.myro a V~ e tapoo salt glory.-Te'nnyson.
--- -- -'--~~' ":-''-Mc"hedfastene over 'oone pie, wih ergt. Gene Autrey -used to think aside. Make ba Pepper
tebodice tied with a big 'bow at he was pretty busy when he was' brw ,sace by Paprika'
shoulder. Instead of self fabric' making pictures, running lis qw bling butemaithn-lc lyro red bs
r-------- ---.~,...bows, velvet is used, and 'the effect rodeo and his two ranches and doing flog butte itshrimp and' cheese in casserole. Reu'~' ~'- ---is most gratifying. It is very ef- his- regular' air stint., But now! flor. cookuie peat until' all are '-ti*'--~ "a~"-""''fective', too, in jacket suits'when the He does the air show, also the regu-' fro Iokdfeaten eggs with milk, and add sea- May Warn of Disordered
..-- jacket is paneled. d wn the front lar work of an army sergeant, and oysters, lemon sonings. Pour over mixture in cas- .Kidney Action
[74-- --- b--.----- with- an inset of velvet. Another' he's picking, up flying. hours and juice and sauce. Pour over oysters serole. Bake in a moderate (325- Modern life with its hurry andwor
..... .... .~ ~meth6d of working velvet with wool burning the midnight .oil, studying and serve. degree)' oven., about 45 minutes. regar haitisa imoer eatn'
~g- ~ a '~';-~ is to contrast the crepe or wool waist~ up on the book work needed for In addition &to containing iodine, 'tion-throws heavy strain on the work
orone-piece dress' with velvet army flying examinations!LynSy*srmsaohvebut1ohraeaedalarea>to o
--"- "' sleeves,, or with a velvet, yoke. .4 ynSy: shrimpablso minel bou Th7n cotherl and the ineyis.e re ap toheelife-gvn
V---------~ ~:: Very smart black gowns of the Lewis Milo~tne, directing 1'The Survey Notes: A nutritional valuabe mul inl henobn "adnhrimpurwiths'ilk blood.e-giffe
n"~ t e slnde type are finished off Edge of Darkness," MLteencn ha uhdg h ontre' yenin l frifrmain htwe arshebs giing adis that's good to eat )e-~ I tied nroso l ,wonoutmOhensgu
to heruheof Ievt, abt the nar- that som1e pf th, qast zmigh fearhy e country inth word, eb Siing loup.pium, sellngtee ornsfrqunt
li-~ :~$g IS- A- -w-ttrow hemline. Buttons of velvet' and on sight. It's'a story of the unddr- 'a oul doinoas isowenoughSrmpsop 6) ratinsPls onshlh
---- ---" --~bindings and inset horizontal bands ground movement in Norway, and abould eatig a ieyas we '(Srvespo butte a r tD ar v Pis a on hepfh
Thseinrohhssatbu loe ihri lc rclri Mlsoeswrigt iies oulde prtctv thannystopawoof 1rfuqeyartbdy
and white'stripd*cotton *jumpe alsearsriut agon Ma meeae 2 can esprunp~bte'.wse hy aehdmr hnhl
froc di a ran piee o wok. opnoch ashonchics o h green-cl --d(Na -- treoopersth imtinofFe optaacosac
- videnly-thethougt in-mnd wa ODS N END -arkeableeasbctrusrruit. Coiubsnrns(etvertterere.r
to rovde .sut .cnveien--m- rtyestringas ase asess a ose 27mportnd pat et "ejIfe athermn osth 11,582 itriew mad, it d tbeaspns thfl cnmikntur fpbi vl 7rereo0-4
prettilyemininerormthe.gilsdrafts blc solierure sebroiendr onterey, ite ifond tllth about 2of four Srdalt,' peppe shth, add liq.nigor
Tah desgne oon thi smarle rockBlorne andh vEve hatsd~ he'llbe aono acor,"ywod partdift' in th ofis thuanilik ie tingok ui t whthanofcemitre handco************
andtie tidenseinupert glve neitheme back rseno in h Mieoesn.waigo...ihenes. more protctie foI than toa- striqcpant uti tikfeTECI N ACHL
intigingdoblefrnttocptnols tcal ofashothis fall.n nael In o nmr ega yersioaly ao.d Maro 10. increasent 1"gtl. BrbasHrimprtjatl
frocki'di a little peer of -sur drawstringashions._An weretsa~er od anrpr oth ay "o madeih ~smto all'- pie e wd, tvit tabaso sauce, AU F E NE
tod poviea isuiets neIt butnd theavogueis unde wags lstyeca-o 2im pus. .siBcue Mhe e h ry--ost womenFamiliesareofeookeat Add HeaServes' athne sti A milhild ~ of wie0ote-wllb
smartl whow may sonde adm tor aresndn u Event Sthatsr tioe New going to dwosthpearanc o npe firt ofthosen iktoviewed- uid to whimterscan mixturoe an cook @StugtfomS earychldhod obe
'pretiuly en ie for rnh g i drats d r o fi.ttew itie lu eg Pioore c elbntesn h er hu obns.erln gwhato om ell thnkeare goo' for g akie nyou Dhu sh rimpand d llq- e on a eua radr fh a vr
fpeis, awite rue blnu itur drwtringsrn ncliepoc tfaoshotairmonsj. / Andhm.Ten5. prcetae .as rtehrntowtr Nwppe thahtabetrero
ad oe iondtrukins. FIr buttonse baguhte udrwaytne cnsea- that-en onca eort 's" i' tote vy "no wat alle f il lies Co' pices and aouth tpaneso sae, Chi AUEO tuhhrevlepennieSan *
havea ble pecalewait inre- f a ip fsteing.Evenglovs an o. timphrey -Bcase Marta eottwent oFfoamiles4re fera leat and Hao lii.Pea e e'nclose a stamped Athildn of attienmewilcomes
smreanlgy donthined anei moo, hts are tubrbing otoit that rew to Nw fro pdronagst appearnce olnaityifuncs2. per cent oftoeitrvee-lynnddrabers .cnelope you report oauh from aery hilhoo cuunt- *
have ia blue pal w i t inre tr ip ftening.e ve lvsad .he uhaeym Roataeegs5 etr o odafet 21 e etn aolinseb Pese Newsposer aUnione, S thdpermaiien benefit Which comes S

PUBLISHD EVERYF1~IDAY Hiram Palmer Satils died at his ~0GHA1
PUBLISHED__ EVEorRIAY e W4dr-Wday, September -30,AT[ I E TH A R S v O K~ iii
MONTICELLO ADVERTISER after having suffered a ,strolse on a ec a v a
Established 1869 Friday, Septerriber 25, while at OKT ERN T HEATRESRP'~ttIr
MONTICLO CONSTITUTION work in his garden. He had not O YU USRPINT
Establisbed 1873been very strong since a sc-rious ill- TA-4 NTC L O ~EV
Changed to ness in Ma~Irch of 1941, but was able THE DOUBLELL NEWSR _________________________MONTICELLO NEWS-1903 tdG beBL upFnEaAwrkURE~A
tob pada ok RDYAND SATURDAY-October 9 &Aio K ulbseribe or- ren-ew at $1.50 a year
P~EB~acz~'~Mr. Sauls was Ubrn just north of l PRIAT ~Ii*AO -EO* NOV 1, 1
FL.OPIDAPRISS A ,OCATION Monticello on 'April 22,i M and PZ. T BUKAO
NMTONALED1TORt1LASSOInION ~ id~le h ns fhsAndrews> Sisters-pck Foran and Harr~y James and his Band iT.RftsDAET u$
Joyig farming. Alo-BANDZT RANGER Fero~r 1~nt -pnPage
He married on anu ary 19, A~so A'biN
WILL H. J1UJLOCH 199 to Mar Esther eirsey. Their MIDbNIGHT SHO0W SATUiRI)AY NJGHT,, 1 P. 7
~'Pozeo~ only child, Katherine Eelyn,. was OCTOBER 10 194 tcpdtt~~ir fanu porn andf reared in this city..Ewo*O DTI
DOROTH BU4LOC Funeral series were baeld be- Fte i
~ si~e fie .-with Lloyd Nolan and Marjorie Weavr,
________Publisher ____ sie egra've at Mt. AZion, the Rev. 0~~O ~ T____________ ___________________The Official Pajper of Jeffersorn Henry Hlmesn oficiating. :PallCounty and the I Town of1 Mo~nticello. bearers were Alfred Foster, !George OCOE 11 & 2 yJe as
Entered at Monticello Post Offie iit~1al~~ de~ 4I~
as Mail matter of the SecondE Class Crta nd~s otgmr
Those from~ 6iit~oftown who at- A
Telephone 138-RB tended ,the funeA ] .lwife' M.- and1 ED (AkEY, ou ii:1re chiief, camie us.%eper iz thatIf Gtoebbs
M WW~Q!4UB4W~O ~ rs. J. T. Kersey of Vero Be~ach;, stmpr'fto th piatinfice last wants beertkn l tliWa fr6m"6r
News Bilding Dogwood Stree Mr. .. (W Hamick,, ,inter 'Reach' 'The, enm wotso~nth
Mr. R. E.~ ey, almet~to, and Mr "Sy! h,~ e yells. "I I1 could get~ --our nurty.g uTh4itl
~ ~Ms greyynner Mrs Ruy ~hands on that fellow Goebbels, try to stop whatever's" on ear ---------- ----$1.50 us Ma g tria,, Mrs. Jimn Wilson and 'Say tk fia bdsin lfie zii, T
Sixhe Monts ------------- .75 0.adturn the pressure," d
Thren Months~ Di began to grin.
vil, a -kow what It 'sputtin' on thieCo s u
AND ~i~ripan sot-wave propaganda to fk
TAGL ZT ANERL ABO. Y6 that American army cam~ps are full ti~ 4
THE MAGCZ s Dcnbr719252X of drunk~ame ss Cani you beat it?" imnwhfeScrtpoWa
0 .ATE Sh-~1Wit Qhil~. Or, C~YRD Aso-J~ 'Noboy's going to believe what lieve-that among he otherood
eeves and nothl~ing in. their heads, TdSA-AGI DAYd ecept laughs aplenty Lauriel and Buy Wa~r t-BrtlidI OCOE 3 a tte d'e. i ~
Hrd are coigt th~ Katherine EeypyfYTEE ON~E BORN EVERY I.1NtVTE Bu don' yo eH' utn *~ia shudcludeMb ,.
ThaHtre i Wdea aill Thurday 'Hg Hebet To Brown, Peggy Moran this barb-facedli ~on the~ air to ~
ckn mU i riPL Also--RICILJRD I*IZfLER AND HIS ORCHIESTRA "Pet tui r whr' vsit-1ienquess
adac oieaonsi rc H*ZG.DOGS AT WORK Goebbes 'wants ee~
tazis, say 1.dtk
1c1el all the u~ingie~ts of so'h i*rk *bE athefhc an4 hit
entertainment magic, urdier &COBR 14 &o 15~ lost~ its,7 ighitk thn-hta1
mirth, action and romnce. people in~ this country that wkant fiklitin fr rediT6 d*
~Jusit when Ve ~h ?most, 't Ip e eii3 afs~ i~ut
e hs t Stan and Oli hae G AN--s ins going toAhr a rmfy morale. Wudtyu?
LAE AD n the prs Aie 'cfj ain Isfe o
And___ soetin ne ha bee added, -t~lesi
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to the dounyJug of Jbr A.D.rer Mna,
in th courthue -t. Monticello ~hi- Fias, witin.e igt ca1ha 9-11-5toir i~i ~ W rk ~.~ akt n?~r
ohth frome the daty4o with firstv~ hi~ffrst ~righironi
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sta.tsO2 pace of. ittlntene tiieehveoltsou'reeroctous
E,,cuor oof yearss Will andi Yards oJ.oe Muli. Hawies iota.
Tetaen o Mr.)Elzber onhr ieth..ok w rwu Manry. cmitrs, h~av uetbn'f sel
VICTRLAS A~ ~ith... ouwr navehbrs.Vh wo r ofg present condon aren prftlygsell,
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NdAL- AWERNotice' To Our Readers~ A; SocialMr. ad Mrs. Geoige Clifford M, '~ WI C~
'Socia A ctivities 11le Call, Sr., f Miamil, have~ announced 1-...... ..
Nlatter or copy for- the Social Columni to be~ sent to fiss He 11 M the enga,,enfleiI of their daugb~2ter, The jparetits of thwe limt~]a rooni fle 0 ppoiaitel ads 33 les our% advanc io prn th cos
I i~owen, Phone 8-R. not later than Tuesday of each week I MarS Ella_ to Winthrop Bobbins soato wi1ae ,pe p1erMdrnineqpnntdsulesor usrptnpw
SiitSaye, P~oson Mss Te tasiatoni wiilig haeaillslea on Nov~inbr l42 be raised to $2.00 per year.,
Mlio adsml dling wil1 be an event of late Novcn- at 8:30, to -replenish, th 'reaury TIhe News suibscription price was $2.00 per year up unil Mr's. Ben Van Dalsopn, of Moultrie,, Mrs. Pat, Milnoredsml r, in Miami. 'Evirbordy is expected to attend tiepression when we cut down from eight to f'our-pages, and
Ga., who is 'visiting her "daughter,' daughter, of Madison, were guests F~nshere wilbe Jne'se n ei o~iea odEt*.at the aii 'ti e reduced 'th esub script ion price t~o $1.50.
Mrs. Tom 'B. Bird, 'was complime~nt- this -week of lMrs. Milliner's parents, 'i4 this annmemxent, since 'Miss Afe a. f ew years we, went back~ to'eg-tpasanadd
eon. Wed~nesday -afternoon by IMrs: Mr. ald Mrs. D.. H. Mays 'M~l wa for a shorit time -a esj. The "regular meig~he Deon ,, eih b age t nd $2.00.
-Bird, w~'ith a lovely party< at~ her '-p dent of Monticello. I I .iato -~a petlia i tr ercsbu dd.otrle Ic acto~O.
hom ineas En,.A~agemntie TrnbuJ,, -wh~ohas'-i--Z---.Wm Mr.ii We belie" e. that our reaeris appreciate ,our keeping the,
off fall flowers ,were, u-sed in deco~rat- bei wyfo ~~iiei r Lt., Hill 'G ilbere Hughe~s 'of'Elling- election 6f orlicers for t a oeates enisdaslia i Ssbg
igterooms ofthe homie. nie;eea moniths,y.returned oels toin"Field, Houston, Texas, is spenid- eutc ~~ilw~rsd We, are offering. our, rea~.ers a chanet a pbc
to be 'with the honor guest and Mrs in~k Ma lulfa'~e n g this 'week hin Monticello on a Mrs Frak Colson; vie& president, 'siici ee tersaswuX tte present 'rate
f 15 perYear. during October. htouagir Oct.:'31, 1942 new
_Bird 'were members df -the Wens- North C'Qrolina ad visiting, rela- visit to hi mother, Mrs. J.Mrs.' Math 4Jnne 5 etaryf 0 cib~a1i''bef&~ueta w. fo .5t~e'y
snrbsriber -will bealeevecr heNwsfr$10prler
day- Bridge 'Club' anil other fredsiAd' friends in seea laces Htam~ptonf, and' ?his grandmothere, anhd ireasurer, Mr's. 1Rabon; photo-"'ewl a o ii fbe' oha bs'aet
nGeorgia.~ Mr' a'. D. H. 'Gilbert. We 'il haveher tors liitsbsri s at hs aetoto
s~~ ~ ~ grealivr Mrs. Wodvn -dlgaee-e of 'Nov. 1, 1942, or two years frbna,.the date o
Mrs. Reginald Shumran,'whQ Withl I Mrs.ny a ~ r. n ~r. fAL Wooten; iepopler, Mrs. Jones. persnt adv. tono us~itin w~hvrisi~
Mrs. John A.Hnyhsreturned M.adMs Ellis Burgess, o the PC(teprto fsbcitos hcee saotfvr
~her two children has ben thea guest, The new prsdn okchre al ot usrbr
of r. nd i~r~~ ~hinan~ fo "a, vi-it of several 'weeks with Drift[il o.nid',Ars N S. Curtis, spent .h n~~~stlt ok'hI~e al t ]~ bdie
ofur. nd. Mrsn JJ Shuman, ~r rr- -Bpu~s in West 'l'st N ec ona visi w t. i frids in anda program for ~ esun year 'Beginiiig Nov. 1, 1942, Th onticello News su Ibsrip
treonWednesda to erhoe aer dBagher Mrs. as4 e u.'Eeyn a nvt toi
*n. ~ ~ ~ ~ 'Pl 'Pacrt da. 'mnnhan ad Th o!)oa, wasa' l~ 'f ~yn wsi' t price 'will b~e $2.00 ~a year. 7
inPotRoyall, S C.; Sher was a-, eto inspect JMrs. fhaion's' antr~
~ot~,iianed ~? b~rtilte ai e Mrs. Clara Holis left Tuesday Ars. L.~ RRainey andMr1s'Q A. of over 50 jars of aspe4d.'n -""" "" ''~7 -'"~
Litl J~ootiy'huaa yil ie rn? an etxended visit 'ih' her"s o'n S'poin nio~ed to Jaksonville iely of' pantry products for~ the yell%.
for' a' longer visit with~ h'e grand- onnanwilrtr Hc.f-hteegrsae
and daughter in la, tie. Rev.. 'and. Turs&a'~iin ~'i, il t~n Her fo~ rt~ihrx r
.Da4~I ~'at"C~~,tda~R~efreshments _,~re served, by
'Mrs. John B. 'Gill,4'wo has beenl giinia Ell Maude 3' es, home eo- Mrs -Rb' daugte
spei*iing ai few iday wit her4 ii ar& aniey bei There were -sveal )isplays of',
m~fother, Mrs. I D.H as as r&- Luu Coopers of Qun, paents Mr an V~i~ e~li~ ~~~'he
turnedto'her home in Gulfport,- Ga., h's bent thegues fior seeral 40)Q tore to Annist on' Ala. 'for cotest.
Mis "ay th' 'is week of:Mrs. D H. Glbert on Snay whr I thev attn te
"f uneral fP s Jonest f Ms Isaelle ThomsonAnd t~ir /
5>o~f the teachers frm Live Oak'
'>' 'MP1TPschool spcnaI4eo~ -endwith Mi.and ~ Mrs. W.H. Tono.
'a ~s~ tdllot' d~la'hs- A good many~ of The women here'' '' M r .' o er tain ed on ofdr a T a 'ah a- a re serv in a t t e ob serv atio n po st
f 1 t'w ~ i ~t~wie ~ atE Tungst n every weekc now. ''' t~i o~ori~g bv daghMrs. ,Fred Tylerf is visiting er
'NWMVDIO)E LOCATION ON' ter in awMrsHapton utc1hi'-' parents in Carrabolle this week. ,-
/son, th,h formr Miss M~ary Eato of
SMont' elo;,h marriage" was an Myrs. HI. W. Tyler substitutedl ia
g 6vent of September. A:umbr 'oBtel School 'for ' AUTOPARS HOE APLIACESfriends from Monticello, -attendd Monda
AUT ACESORES*E ECRIAI,SUIS 'tislovel affair.
BICCLETIES TBES sowilinly eredusdg Mr.M rs. Joe" C(arr etrtained mem- '
RAI ATRESC( auls' ilness and fo t'he kind bems 1 iii eWI negday e titie lb7'
.u,, SKTE spkn a"BE uet~ at las wes '
words POtnd flowers sen a'eek ah home ipfArs. C.A.
hisf Zt. iny 'God always bls ipo Wk Washington
STORAGE BATTEI.I"S' XRLL'"C4% ls H Lovely arra"61et of radiane
OR "~~~ -r. an- Mrs. H. J. Johnso ro>s'esl dcrated th 4vl and ;din-#~5~5< '&As< j%
M..'O~S l~~ and Mrs. J.A. B3arrett ing roms.
.................. .............................-........ ~ MrW antd Mr.'C.M. SUl hihsoepieaiIr.'akSm
uFolw 'W~ -hostess~1wp ~ ll~~ ~LhngwoIiit1
45 Sa555" ho s t ev Q~ti~ pe aL XFO :
eny~~~~y.E Na~iJps f~ot Uinste 'O sissies~~iar ~'~c ...t
clean~~~~~ ..c.ig~ase -torise bet coqure easis fromin 'within".~e1~5S~v~e g ~e
blends'sphcrch Sochso 10:30n~e A.
iu~~~~~'Isted we'eal tbeenhe lngreierit int ao lickqu theIA.
Yot Fol Coca-Cola Its0 P.iliy M.t ands Hitl0 wrh n c anne s E v eit t h i sh i 8 ,00ro 'c l o c
Prayery, Meetg Wednesaoy C-o Te elzdtn-oeo h mi osnte
ly~~~hm abbevatins -was' wty koeepa Ceca-061a
Ethel "(ate':0 o'clock.g 'rc qI IeS oprt 'efhat LOOKn FOR~ THI SYMOL
'8e tecto dayd ofi scrappingg aJbroken
hecus iot ehang tha extrasctric epnir Doo.oM
Octobern Scedlectureslege'o enero jus quncin l s thirstzi~ ice-old Coca-Cola~ brns.r You'llc gohol for3 A.e M., W. I Mornlfng cou8. reousx3 You. efice t-o7s p cn
ofits delcio a breiigg youhip 8h o'elb. ifM -is o tAugte"drtin
s~ nndyou'llwe'- -- rWensdy Prayerig 'eiceia 8 P.SU ADOSO
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The Monticeilo News, Monticello, Fla., Friday, October 9, 1942
Fun~YO foER TheVShITFa il
Every mother In the land 'will want to
u n o a mibake these scrumptious cookies. Children will demolish a plate of them iIn
A A a wink, Grown-ups rave about their
"dfeet tut adnwcuhytx
Aure. They're made, of course, with the
- famous cereal, Kelloggsu All-Bran.
. .... 8 squares un- 1 cup sugar
___________ A -sweetened -%cup flour
l~~obb- Aq Teachocolate 1/ cup All-Bran
THE H by~qu >,.- ~ ~ A*~AA~ >A AA :9 A A *~ cup butter uutet
AAAMelt chocolate over hot water and add
SPORTNG Abutter.ABeat eggs~ well, add sugar and
XiAS ~ ~y.A beat ntil light and fluffy. Add meltedA
chocolate and butter. Stir in flour,
THING voting. Pour into greased pan, making
~l A ),,~*AAA Aa layer about one-third Inch -thick.
.%~ L U V V.N &O S IN MUC 4AW B ake In m oderate oven (3751F.) about
101"A 0E IN MUCHJ dOES ATHE ROUNDS, TAKES TWO AND SITS$ DOWN ON squares (8 x 8 inch pan).
A SD-' that can do mnore for you than St. Joseph
Ii A Aspirin. Why pay more? Why accept less
If A1l~A A than the St. Joseph quality guarantee?
820~c, 100 for 35c. Get St. Joseph Aspirin. A
CLO Quick application of A
comforting Resinol A
%%.~*~..II~~ gives prompt relief
LANG F rs i vrweew o-omk ueh i ~~ IGHT BACK AND DOORWAY To ING OVER FOOT- WHEN MOTHERpaceskn
LALA PALOOZA -Another Budget Doesn't Balance ABy RUBE GOLDBERG imn iti imn'
A adiaond wit another one.
-- VIN'CE NT, I WISH I COULD AH 1,. 60T IT- NOW, YOU STEP ON THAT END OF THE BOAQD I( J. crystallized around it. In most of
TELL HOW MUCH WE16HT THERE'S A NEW AN' WE'L. SEE IF IT 5PANCEAS, the known cases, 'the two stones
I~ VE .OTTEESN EFROTI /S' differed in both color and crystal
THA)E ON$;'$A M T14E BARN THANF s- A '' formation. ~
A ~ A B UT OUR I'~ ~- ~R H E U M A T IS M
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wiT ArPF ON AO intensity of her favors by the' A
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vapor action brings relief without
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0, IZ Arf~D~7 LOAD :N~ TIM75 AI1HE fV bi
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The Monticello News, Montic1llo, Fla., Friday, October 9, 1942
<~tiN =,F
4" : ...".. ....Ui '< 4>i
Vs GRANILL CHRCHT 0 s S ookYeson 00
W~ UZ~ VI E~' ,By HAROLD L,'LUNDQUIST, .D Russia recently made the largTHE STORY SO FAR, Jf ...... ad fmW. i or. dstE b h DM Bibl.IUSTitu Claes. est single distribution of .-money ,
THE STORY SO FAR: Jeff Curtlsand The car came to a grinding stop .from his words, but he smiled gee (Released by Western Newspaper Union. przes n record to scientists for
his wife, Lee, are already on their way to and out popped not the suave, ably enough. He took off his Stet* outstand-i achievements. Sxt
Tierra Libre when he receives a not .... son th .w a outtannn ac...hiev...e.....nt.. Sixt
Terra Libe. whe he reeves a note smooth Senor Montaya, but Dr. son to wipe the sweatband and mop persons received a total of $1 142
from 7.ora Mitchell warning them not to tta itneCr hhf d ad ywyo ha' esn fL I~frome. When they arrive ii~g Tierra Librenot Toenjes Eve at that distance Curt his forehead, and, by way of chang- esson for October 11 000, several of the first award
th. fwn the a and her hnd could see the Dutchman was not so ing the subject he motioned amounting to $48000.
he. fidth Zr a hef e. genial as when Curt first met him. far end of the field and the big Lesson u ts t i0ture
dead. It is M itchell's job as chief engia le t ed. na. S.o rite d b te xt
ned for a fruit,c ompany that Jeff has Not so genial? Dr. Toenjes' hair, aade hangarshere. council of Religiqua Education; used b
been called to fill. Later Jeff's friend ragged at any time, now stood on "Too bad you couldn't have-used perssion.
BSill Henderson is also killed, and Jeff end, for he wore no hat and the late oiginl hangars and had the YALTY TO HRIS
suspects his employer, Senor Montaya, benefit of that shade," he said. LO
of murdering him and the Mitchells be- afternoon wind was brisk~. His beard Aefo thaee, sad" h sid. heAT P9 Relief At as
caunse they had' found a clue to thie- was the plaything of a thousand dev- Astehretadatim LESSON4 TTMark 2:14-17; John 6:6strange things going on at the plantationn~ ils. 'The man~ looked possessed. latue agin. Evidently he hadn't 69; Phlipin 3:7-11. 1g
Other sinister figures are the company The astonishing sensation of ed thatwoutd e the converse to e, hOse I ousted los s wfor Chi or Ciro
chemist, Dr. Toenjes, and theflyes Ry ble that wourd eaetecnvr omefhse outdls fr hit
chemist, Dr. Toenes,and the Jes a genus Curt felt- of d. Toenjes an tion along an agreeable pat. But Philippians 3:7. relieves promptly beden and Lannistock. So far Test has n that one moment was dissipated as ahe'd nt~d the h he a igoesrtgh ea ofhe
vinced that the solution lies with Mon- ihta well continue. Loyalty isudubel one of thea dexe
viden ce, onlC susp icions, but h s o the Dutcha poached. ight as is doibt of the i loose
taya. "Ahh? Meestoor Coorti"s A ze 'Senor Montaya told me thdstory. finest traits of mankind. Because eo an heal raw, tender, inNOW CONTINUE WITH THE STORY prise, no?" The man's wa ell, th g fast ere. It Ot of its stiength its fidelity to d1a, toe nhial mucous nemnormal enough, his shaggy browr le many years before the trees etc., shrewcd men have learn ell o ito sell youi
CHAPTEc bohi~cally arcihed.. ''I toon for ze planted at this end will give :good play upon inan's loyalty m o must t the
OHAPTER X vorrds vith Herr Lannestock und shade." serve evil and ignoble ends.' 'Un- itkl agl lYs tlkethe way It
find you ti Itedapedr. oR-hvngtusgi
Ctwas ht dsicky find you. Itiss a por." TNobody said, anything to this, ei- worthy causes, 'i g t to have your mn back
Curt was, tired, hot, and sticky. den he said, "He iss here,. no? Herr ther, sa Curt went on in a moment, the interest of man by a ncans
Hle had some matters 6go over Lannhstok?" rather irritably, "You should clear or foul, have demanded ulindleyidwith Montaya and had'intended a "Yes. In his room making clean." the grass from that end of the field. ty. EVi in thecr o ar lfsCitest Colds, Bronditis
ti tther ase no h ou fic after a Eves in ite ryn ot of Cl
trip to the senor's office after a Ryden's voice had changed. Gone From the color and ripple in the crime therehas been the sugetio
shower and change of clothes. But was the stiffness, in1 its place relief, wind I can tell from here thait iets that there is me kid of liqenees
there was a hour to spared this as though le were handing over re- high and dry. Don't your engines of honor, a loyalty among thieves ey unpuished delinqueie
was as good a tim as any for a spoliibility. ever spit fire? Couldn't your planes All this does not change the fact has a fumil hf delinquizenees
visit to the field. "Alizen I see him latoor. You in landing or taking off fire that dry that there is high and holy ihn e Spenq
He plunged down a rugged foot-: like .ze-ze-teengs 'you .see here, stuff?" Herulre iSpmneontadreero.h
path leading ihto a nors traveled Meestoor Cooistiss?" Toenjes waved "We cut it regular. It is time right; and in,the Christia, to be pathway, and in less than fifteen his hand vaguely at the field, .the again," Ryden conceded. found-ever loyal to the Chrit, whosq
minutes was at the widd double buildings. The group wasambling. Curte- we are and whom we serve. Faith Ras on Sto ach
gates that stretched across the rail- '"Very inch. The men must be came aware that Dr. -Toenjes was in Christ (o5r esoi f last week) reliee un d u mne y bk
road tracks leading into the field. quite satisfied here." steering them away from the white- is ightly followed by lyalty t heatba e tsu
These were of heavy fence wire Curt watched quizzically as the floored space before the chemical It rianifests'itseif inj hree ways. trene eine Uns.
pulled taut over pipe frames. One Dutchman's eyes shot about, tak- shed. He grinned. I. Following Christ (Mark 2:1,4n
gate was swing ajar, and Curt At this point Dr. Toenjes suggest, t7a.i'irane0g.
pushed on in. ed a drik, so they headed for the Without obedience there is no use
A~~~~~~eie few me buyeom dsanepde ortho77
few men busy some distance .clubroom. Lanntock held open the talking, about loyalty. When Jesus ROCHETED mainly doibe Short-Lived Friend
away hadn't seesmedto notice h screen door. They took chairs about said: 'Follow me," Matthew (Levi) c The shortest lived friend Is
able ynd a at e se van s carri d Be mro het this set,, dne inShet e
appr a table and a native servant' set arose and followed, He ws a sin- cro s s ,mee d on times the one approac ed for
foWe Curt reached the field office, before them tall glasses'aid bqttles ner (v., 17), aman of tFloss, eca s stripes of da help
o K rn a e n of Scnapps Only then did. Toenjes calling of tax-gatherer (v. 14), b
around a corner of the nearest hang becomee quite fully at ease. Hle could emrodee 'an -in.a~ lazy' th aldo eua e~ea is
ar, his square face congested with be affable when he chose. It as h twice also that following Cs stitch. A new mother wl e
anger or 'annoyance, Curt couldn't notic als ptolnge fositn andis thueo w hse.A VE E A L
eli which. anerhaps it was ioth. not a prolonged visit, and the last carries with it the privilege and ob- r h s
tellawih Curhapsit was hop.lift of the big tumble found it end- ligation (it is both) of making Hie
\Said Curt cheerfudly, ''I was at ing on a reasonably social ,note. nar to7 cutred:Mthw8a on an dieti foa e;L xaie
the hospital' and the short cut down Yet even now, after drinking to- known t utiiend Matthew did lustrations of stitches t eoirals neeHe c,
the, hill was inviting. Shdld have gether with hun, Curt noted th circle of friends n ad ithei invite Sour Stomach
phoned, perhaps, but I wasn't near Swedes were stip'unsmilig andfor- t to feya He ite h c e ral
anotheerst, e ndd a fehsti Hes helebaatenI his eeng hirolu Neehlecraf h.eit.'s a
oel La n h mntc." O hlhc m lenes "hyes Hepoetae Savo' tisinew ie ffi# 8 Ougtdi Y.NeorkSplswe
"It is all 'right,' Ryden said stiff Dr.Toenjes off ered Curt a lift> up I~ie upnCa ~f fused by' Coilbyy a friendly and ePeectiree testimy Encose a5 Itents (plus one teot to He Fei
'Of core t is e o a r. the lottr sia ,d e reoe a ei h d b e do n in nsnr ce lla d di h atk o h rI&4
Lr es hape cme. runbe ngh upo ou haven t takep car of your before his friend s ho fre p bli- o er cost o ailing) for er only d ecte
e s K a m e s u r v e y e t h e u s i n e s s t h s t t C u r t r e hi n d a o s a n d s i n ne h a d ot. o l d o e g
ing his hands on some cotton waste. N 4u~~opatey ih ~ otice the wordsof Jessi vrs only'.......s
de, too, was visibly put sut by tthe eeds tis o d good e atif bodda
isit. Curt ignored the scofo, tried fseld h bo in v the Fao s ighteruses who dres G.r.nans.singleha...
another sie, extended hishand to fiGe ,ot get to ,raven. S t is ananers, saved
tohn she svtchmn sae a tte
nl annestock. ar s. I thick a Oh,ye Hespke by grace who paitnd
.iecrwos wnaled nodi mewh
ay st th ee an l e a y to m eesscstohe d tuIt iss Bbout tomow pr s i tufe o th "rtK o e v c it p
h eWr e raw ap d a e zea cv rk e you z o r F a i ehfu ln es to C h rist Aon
far S edes bowed stiff uncer f d is oneDt thing to begin, but c outthat s ierntn agams mnra kwnSd
iny cre, r. sxrthe ae n e I w utes. Then Curt and the' doctor, in another to persevere howee rdg.-20 and capturd 132 Ormans sm
qures forRen", Lansok n oitter d Idr were rreti~us uha or "ete Vrt
"Ofeor seiipa mecatis. We rhesh e cr w nthes. way Jesus had een doingmany miracles glehande i the Bat of the ad he sk O
ht in'LIUI
FiButn here." He ed the to Doteor. anda host of followers ha f ed onne, anoth merin soldier,
imselfKarl the away a leo ad t Him. e hadot done great Private Jasen Cas u a l TABLTS
plane it thoUSed, mdchanies" Wee ffiintmtq ftreaigte ,o .. ivai r wl sad attfv oataslseodi
t."a work on th e plane o his wa the first t Iime nd o o'lyat bls C hanIdanies Cts
tedy we e repaiig theorin inhosntthe branch line to Oee but a spoken Oi b loo o
gea?" bthe o the aines st airfield. It followed the field's bun- t woh d e bout thie s atherho of captured171 Germans singleand
dismantled flin s ane d is out. s at first, then lha ,a tow O the pow r of, the Holy Siritd in a tt e SntEtienne,
or, andn a new wing had beon, w a e
stalle. h od o n a sw e at urved'way to clmg to the foot f c o e had afed tcfiv n thoi ,
grnsound. ouhzezehosto~sypde ouwtirpplnegaesiwneit e. iesefGd uoylt will noet BMILDERv'g Bnd-A/
ur t his zfoedhe wi~h>'t~er e ye e mountain. p nece dsitated a nd ey eik ed tha o to. Chr
of pmae qhite unfarilinar o m, sil i touThere now He d talked ao6ut a
ofter hiscoverall Curt.wasn't oa dtr particur t a anarieli hew ot, ubout pat ri-ng of
a irmided man. They seemed i s the rd ae eld o igiosfaif
Ryden spoke agrd tings to Curt o t h g h iis flesh and His blood, and th
D h. L eTheSa A t rway ed t th e ra t A o hit EL
My friend will> get clean. The 2D. Tinjes turned his th e s when there came a' buzzing from did not like it This reached )o
t ud gfro~hefus ag wel bch o thahe d ,as ~n s 1 ed teit d eel outo Th nee sst r h inper-,RO N
SThought of s6thing to drink. wNoer ed t Cur "Yess" e hissed. e air which quickly grew in vo- i he s f r
yo etm so oute~lnte soased, oefld one a1 spiritual experience, and one ~ ~~ h y s
iyes t i the shedaetype st tre Yostanding out in Curt c had fin o ut w ht i o spoke i scic many f f
e aei the ti o hanar hAdyapn- .... .
ween the t hangars, ith ope, the coed dors of th dow to look up, but could see not- disciples "waked no mre with E
haoused-;the chemom ica fr treating the Asociated. IokfrS n Mo,. h wod ee' deesry. The cane.Thebet hiswold anof
swa pland, The idings d chemical saheyou d. His s sbowi ,hieyes -r hin" (v s ru i (.8Tea3es asaVspeahir sl.Itekn. o'ecn~nes >tppp" he .... .. Bq er looq s pei:ec rubBBE sh CIN(f r 8) hich
was to these Ryden lt the wha.d A is mine, no? C rt ai licked to bge car.h a pictaise of the arefaird, rthousingi be ten bi d hin t u nermen lined out, squinting against i Ihc ar. glienme eios Chr itihs
and rte paths a, i to tbaheloir. foe I :idnrt wek thishe sun They l haVeked the car T.mpse o e s. p
ilnese ld sa was whit seThe true discipoe, however, stands o6n4 BALLfor te IbCtroot be rc h
wthpaether p tufcip ro ieninde Heo.dncte hd runeth s thr a o toldhe r Y d~ A te tins se w o W e s tra n'ge.
urt oiRyden, Lannestock, a d ical, of course. M worrind ajout smithu and hheaodk ft ie a nr
mencts gv ay e In the light of His glory ande c grace. cigatt
I Isee you can do. He idth sd ;urt However, that exper e
towerfu ships.a Moreie than, one ...... TE fo peieceo
"ht t oremer c t e han ohas c o D othe be thaDutchm paus ever before ginng ofhis ife. '
ever used it.'lenrly reluctant, Curt Dr. "oenes turne zis thick lenses Tn re rse a an e on t understand everything
himself led the way. on Curt me cked the caro the (thafieldt' i s expressed inogdsthe depth o a C .Gar t
plane t ouse, "Effilen A.e.o. or te S. marines a,
S o mehangas e Meest r Coortss. h en they eat te grohid whomich we ca g?") but lumb. hatr t I Ca
aone end of the hangar win front of the bars We'llbe here together for laded and he planealready swrhisresurrectio l ad the fellowship s r
" taking "Amy plaes! Curt esd t on actu
till at work on she .n a long uiime to;>1 Ayway h rounded by airfield workers. The of hisoUfferings ioy g madecoy!m (
:/.'some dozens of oil flares, went oi curiouslyl, "'you've "less rea. nwomers 'were: in United States .fortable .unto his death".? We do ..... .: ... .:
Crthey werered back touring the slandinghat sin to e worried.abrl t. ethan A ty uniform. One, the otleader, notfulygknow, utcera e arn
gear, but the there machine was wa yes nEef Asrsociated h as exp stH ating angrily with the thatitspeaks ofa fellowhip with "
relatively Against his betterejudg so t l ab hdo erinyyrend recognized Christ as the' y->
so don beforethy. -w they>
w a sea samples of yoorstuff thedeuceThee are One of God," thtwer s, God'se e
o, n a hing addei n sll~o Assiated fr analysis" i ate fields, man, When a plane is lives in and ork thrghtheb
clanking o ralt e s d n ou d At this Dr. T enijsshok his h ad .distress. Here! .Keep those m n iever; a sharing with Him of, th e '>
... magnified by the backdrop of mun' with satisfaction. keys away from this plane. Bland- hatred and bitterness of the wei'1, "r"" :,. ,:
tain de told of ane motorca cin z' e u no Zabrelesa e gord wi oewm a h eea pet a unique and intimate sens O Ane E S S- O C- S
the fel grud o ld nt vork o t i s t labora- He stabbed a finger at Ryden for Ts to an al t" Citin e
sokof pl iefliott C to h y tory analysis, Meestoor Crtiss All attention.. "You seem to have au perince, nothing held back, nothing A FRE CHOICE OF A WIDE :RANGE
enf ace wasn't prt, w o zey find iss ime y Tzegred thrity here. We'll have to make thought to be too difficult r tryig thought, What now? In a few strides gredient, he iss too quick absorbed."! repairs before we can :go on.: Give everything gladly given in unstinted
th. iy were at t he e d big ut s hent gaveanother us a hand and we can take offbe- love and devotion to CRrist. Now OF DEPDABLE MERCHANDISE
bulki and 'tsaw a mozo swinging wide lau gh. h h gave a s laugh fore dark, but waste any more tme lte Christian church is -anguishing
f egathes so the motorar would "'Well, you needo ,have noworries telling me I can't landed a or the want of those w ill for- '' "' L .
Eaoh haed pow des. es. at a, then.Y outsaee m o guard d uyou' l h ve to put usp overnog ht, sakewallctigf oll. o i m in om A u rt thoe t t eis. viine the fresh We m aded! Thee
hocted othechyial fotetn He socotduln'oke forheno srcs T o bee't nessry UAh Theilp)o~hitpldinoisg~f-4

MUSICAL, DANCING IN '.......... -- .......- NO TICE ing the first Monday in November, of Florida.
-- SERNADE" A. D. 1942; the said Tuesday being For One Member of the HIouse -of
SEPTEMBER RECORD Jefferson Cpunty, Florida, October the Third Day of November Representatives oftthe State of Flor7, 1942., o Representative in .Congress, il a.
Betty Grable, Jb n Payne and .Notice is hereby given thatpur- t o rinat. ar1e oge r Five County Commissioners
State of Florida atlre0 hte o~FeCut Cmnsinr
Fw r w emesofteCony
Victor Mature are starred in 20th suant to Section 9 of Chapter 18296 Seventy-eighth C.ongress of the For Two Menbers of the County
Century-Fox's. new musical, "Foot- Laws of Florida, Acts of 1937, k ion Uited States Board of bli Jnstrution.
liglil Serenade," coming to the Kath- as the aurPhy Nct, fhe following For Representatve of the Third In Testimony Whereof, I have
..s.iibed, land in Jefferson Couniy, t o resnlDtr
erine Theatre, Sunday andi Monday, iorid', will offered for sale ~n s'ial Distcat of the St t seta my an nd lor
which is hailed as the "perfect tonic public outcry for the highest and best of Florida, ttae Se nty-eighthes tea, at I'lhof the t
cashbidsubjct~t th ongress of the lnifted States. ida, at Tallahassee, th&e-Capital, his
f or the times." Featuring love,. cash bid, subjectto the right ofthe For three Justica ot the Supreme the first day of September, A. D.
lughs and lyrics it is indee the internal Impre- sourt of the State of Floria 1942.
'-Ve Court: ofth tae fFlria
merry musical treat. aaient 6'fad to reject any and F hr T eo Ralroad Commissioners (L S.) cR. AGRAY,
mery ~nuica. -trat.fl bids, at th C,6urthousl'e, beginning of thie State. of Florida. -ISecretary of State.
With a story that spells 'entertain- at 10:00 o clock A. M., on- hae 9th, For State Senator for wenty Sec-iTo Hon. A. S. Grant, Sheriff effer-ment all the ,way, "Footlight Seren-- day of November, 1942 E~aementon padl YstcofteSa
wieet thwy h ~i Seor N rC1 ohFdSenatorial istriat of the State! son Couty.
tells of n fig~hte~r Wi tii~ 93 ~JTH for road1right~ of- way 200) fe=&t wide ~- ~t~oqifY
so wi he reserved from any parcel
actor. through which there is an existing
Rated by previewers as a iwothy State Road.
successor to "My Gal Sal," the pic- JDescription Sec. TwpI Rg. Acres
ture is studded with topflight talent, 1N.5Eo23
such as Jane -Wyman,- Jades Glea- SEA of SW---- 38 IN 5E 4 0
son, Phil,Silvers ad ICobin -ri lit NSE 6f NEE of
EJr. NE 36 18 4E 20
Leo Robin andI alrii Rainger SE% of 8E4f i 2 IN 5E40
he provided the sparkling music. ITfRUVEMNT OF THE N
Among the hits yout i wil be hearing S ATE OF ALRD
with increasing frequenc in the By CLYDE 1A ULS, Agent Trustcoming weeks are .'T Heard the eesA J. Fund Jefferson Couinty
Birdies. Sing, I'in St11 qrz y og6
You," "Are You -Kidding Me?" and BUY th IAR BONDS
"I'l' B r t Love S$ nP
- ]ai'zling new- dances have een OIEO LOI~
created by Hermes Pa-, who teams To the Sheriff of Jefferson Cobyy ony C
with Miss Gable in me h of te Sta
Be)it I nowt,' That I, R. A. GRAY, a
ri Seret of Stat f the State of
to tte t:
M arysth b K atetuhdadiMi_-_red ent tobgre noti e thaAtthe
-~ a GENJ3BL. EL~I~jNwifl e before Doier (adiQ
ler were pledged the Delta eta h eld in Jeff rsod County, State of flT
Sorority, Thursday night, ct. 8. B U S WAR S Florida, on Tuesday next succeed- PEPSI-COLA BOTTLIN COMPANY, PERRY, FLORIDXL
Ifiy Mile o1 f 'roy Ct a -9- -~~ :- NOTICE,AIOF E1VL 'FlItI
cosi o Mrs. To2 /dswe Jr'---- --- -- ;
Mrs. E. S. Moore, Sr, of Jacksono
-ville, arrived he re Seturdey to evisi t
villearrid, Thhe Legislature of i941 ivestment sinking funa. satd soard the acquiitio n estabishment, control of application, relating to the con day of Apr11 1941, embraced in ommi
her Site laW, S -t. der -he ositti of 88 the tay use the stiting funds create or said and management, of hatcheries sanctu tion of salt watet* fish and slt water owners' District No, 3, as described h. alln her piodu Book "F" of~y the Minutes o the o
-ate of F~rida did Pass 9 Join bods of any ounty or special radand ares, efuges, reservations,and oir uhe d cts i ut t
ents. to prosn amendment o bride iai o uo rur eott h n proved by the oenor. June 129 4 e sne exet te er e a
etuti of- th Ste -o Fori, aand -t purchase the matured o atjuing fo such purpo eds by te 0 of F ida 1941. yF!0rby the 14 et. s except o t Ci e
- a sis t e to a i octve ouoe-. fi'.o"
the1 llotLve )7 sam -wereagrbed t by- a vote of bonds partici'pating herei of an other shall be vested File In misfic e Sertayo Sae he afe 7 oesai ictuive n d26t 9
bulsse o t de r me c oues a Or sp ia road and k noow as the Go rtaedFreshWer ru
Mrs. Parkhill oe' als nh aebr nlce t2i all1 e1 nmmeamD9or ae i
pent also we n ewith h r do eah e; that the lote on so brege strict, or1 other speel taxig omission Suc commission shl con idn e e o orm nOi
Jointseolutions veieitered upon tel die rit thereof pridcip that la to said i t of fle members, o l : from each con- A 'Ri gESOLTBO HE G8L- be t sered 6a pthtoate
arets, Jr., wedre T. T. Idr batred ca d othe vlue o ai tn esion oric, f en anre hOIN hn a we eas oft th hoe ho Bias n,
gu estst mMrs W l s pai ests, ta* w ic ha e be the price paid there- 1, oQ vmem e e by the'om mdseon, a o -th e- 7, oto m oof te B
ands toMr s.Ocarreitnon 0 dac on hty of t t sun oe i. en they didapi a nnnuhr an thesnad o honest
or th fatificahinhrseoallor ot uelce t e aci vau 11 Goenr sec tocnimtring ior GutOuttsteheteh(0 aeIene tdad hi en f
Mr. i Mr.F Ma the i oe an n aaor a ooa wre Aire o o e e yo Ae shtoih pponmt tt comprise the sr ae
svsrmal td e aecetl rs nt th: enu accuex Inhetes and othat at e T atd shall o e e ngti t oe ate ori rl s eac n Disr t sd eitablie by,1 emd
Vrs Pe a rk r anretiitr leaoefan i oeenne Eeon In v t shall eanerestat th rear raen on foin oirr re pbr ae neld c in bc RE c o thisc NTe
**I Pos t the pes 'sagtonden s9htw 2c m. Ch 4ate othew Cowmn eoCtln thi sd fo C oe all r etd, I
- -n 3 tepf eC nst c ee Cmrm is b tr a e O aintrict but Wso sdhal l be oFi n s.
Mr acksonville on Satr-a -u. s or Beo (c). The said Board sh annually 2.- The first members of the n olow G Count a lect r theCounty omm assoner o ai
- ecrttar a S a of theAdat o o gd h (Q ecn t h te. a 94d and.coe shall ser re esttie r- S i at page 1The n e aseq., ecept the i er ty
r Seto w tces a a tha a f toen ay current pipal a ed sIon- nor e ntie me i rESOVsD.B' THE LEGISA- embracewti s he afore sld ted oft te
r dCharles -eias a nAnt tet mat inng, if any f saibon and two, three our and -ufive years. At h Tha shallmeetv eR FeasA tisatttils 19 O 2 d tr er
te p-a SGERr adla ELEuiION pe o u dmo t- 1s e epiratio- of eadch of-suh terms- a st t hr s hl p o it eiof u r er f s
M.soline H. lao rdgs cel t a ngici ateo tr an singt bids u ea t the wngae, td hal o ofroldetiopn eesin, d e n m1ensation fs v
of(.th adymnian Reir o (D0% pr cnttothhB f )uty mpibpes Tetognisio spllsh uatics,!beasnely qt@!R iop 1mitotie rovdey0aw
harles, J., Mere tle o d vll ube t1n ac county In Florida on certioicato, -f such county or special acessot sth er appointed to spe for a 3 as Atpble tht ntitutint PhleAstov the w Gr eorf iscay 214
une next succeedln theR o ir Monday road and bridge ditrt, or othr special ft.of ive years. nu sbe e F ,etmig si Cen bd'le o h a guests of n Mg. Wells' parents, Ed. in at or 3.' The members ef the Commission meotoaet countt whave who a aI.
En 1o rL. A D Eebgis- the saa ouef a lesrsmotap sr.c in d c thp e(i f h oined ente t a eio o frt le secp t to to, b
: i (CI CU I ] ) That ATE OFO;ffly r o~' Akile stha ed o en deer t h e ra h sxad; tetl90 tt hl )tndo n try id ho e is~tt nxmo dae soe ting of
oein he3 nite 0 Satpopfet n fe ntry t t sgom ec o or tricm ;nahesi a ul tr r bni tieted Wna e Sala y or tncoe fenrm
andy~l Mdrs.l~o Osca Lilonton.e raicaio mother
rida e l n't o io a Fianc hlise a sinking fund alconi ti te mees oS- t -ou rec sa f h e i sl e thirty-nin (39) S a- eion In o 94e Shall hold office r
1crfl) A O MnBra( hthe 'etiremets wit I vic h sald onsone n r I tried and alhoun County and -oU* E two yewt for wh c they
- nor t1;/ ratification now ejeQtin f the eoline -or -other uel tax anticipation pealu receive hi s necessary travelin g o Gul Couity -as th forteth (40) Sen- thave bern etl and their ters Ma b
Corntoin -i- -. ggecsin ia) -teeatased-eiorb're -floefeshaltdhot n affected 19ill,,a
and r. Fd Aa M spe o Resolutions ,g amend certifiates -where it appea t eantict- other expenes incurred whil& -engbut-ed In al Deis.d b n th sm nhere ec sl n e arffcthe b othe ant
ant ov fots of the ro te oper n of h e aret shall be smittpo w tie toh -ebch theoheeatte e ighrtee me d b Iamen
ced... 'd. w o las -w e o ,l1 pr not;t equa schdl payment tereon shall not exceed bthei a be gn$e0dt electors ofte Sta o r i o rati- each oft s ti E es s bor I ld
gasviie ore. oIher mot-rSt 19ax for (1) and thd, enesinlo frlerce i misnn o r eor DerN to ahr rectin co uh Gnele I prance bsu th ateAdpt o4 aNd e O alio 2 nh are o n An oono ha e gile o a oS trteohe tige t m is e a n reall rvidi
-tnig-od---se by the proeds of cain 'two ( c co pen tohe .p owe oot t h dwth elte fa tosd ap eor tions-1 theietdin st fIpom
11.5prl.19 ra poatonuiex ne r whe -rpry ea: ~
orpeEAaUroadadPIridRitr oo mu iibued :mto s: 1ofTht i mn tn C s na ad Si Ly Dolar ed
en lit Dofle IX of ~ hrb eaixthpun thi tc:ttn he br th ya the fIrst Monday In Noveb 942. ays his Districto but who psaf obe aMr
Mr.' and Mrs. Tom Col y o--------t'On th1e-State Of Florida Relating to be remitted y said- boa -as- follows owner to ix bag limit andh to fix open follows: a nd elected fromilthe Coudnty at
eaxati ad Fnanrcer By Addin (o Eighty (807) per cent th the State Road and lote seasons, on a state wide re- section 3 The Lgislature th shall Eeiqy County tCoh islur
S ,Joe wer recen gests o ibn Ao i Section retig State DepsIrtnlot tr the con thructon ora e. -aona orloa basis, as it may id to meett in regular eston A ed 1s25 ald ou Try who h E e elected I tBLA o ha te A f ation r sr ii ts Qstucti pc of State Ro ds d bridges -be appropriate, and t r egulate th a those that hall e t ver ten yes ra l elect lon in g4 and th eafter-S tre atersit andpa G dnr Elec the -within te l ~county rie o the oleaseaid ore a 1ecotiu thke r s pue o utheqtLislaeitrn eiar eion orffice ho of the Cnstitution
aehldn 1942heas foll a ndexpens s b h ae oRelae nd dsall beusn tthe Commis hrearter, ihn apportion therepre- hld of ft ator s on fo arshm thof
seof ha ds Cents par -Ga :ahe OXe- bridges con ectitg -fState e te ann using birdsAi ai game, fure bearing station in the Senate, ani shal proved e powers duties sla rco pemsation of eu
ft. aline or Other Motor Fel0 Ta highways iit the county, n twenty -animaso, frsh water afishn reptiles aud for forty (40) Senatoria n oistrdct d ch County Commisit ners sall ibe asr heore ante rn ond Rtemn o ) -e t B Cot ap Thear Co ission shal tlo Treioa cedin g nlerl earp rIdd hei n to t heme preb o
r. and shearth Se d Paxno thxu oamauersioneqrs of such e fu oei e ntatve to acquire by prenvase, iaton 1 faoer ti np Cty
n rle ei o tI mthe teA r n d T theniseni thesio e the tegpdo iso t r ep l the the pro a o
wu t a n n B o n d s Iue s t s B y a n dg 2 4
NOIC O PPICTINamngthevreconio tnosny* BE.I B~ ESOLyllD BY THE LEGrlSLA- Ji~aix giplentites or the v~ntilation afth er the urntne of r 91 seeton and ngo o bertcoe ue andhe FOR AX Et a r -g n TUhE OF TH STATE -OF FLORIDA of the S on a t amended st o etge Ll aione inoe- toi a n wtoi sf e head o
adcrding-id oltiadon he ar ac, That the following Amendment, to bie allin waereo~siglics adtaxe shallob torinary. sers in cnlsr-th ques-. /Apreding t his Sate, shal ~el, Count c o Spate Road castiond in e t post Constitution bene2n thef Sam of t ise1 diri e sn o f theL ilte s of th41, as m Nlice iS HE VEST .lratioot disoa v i .sreagree to she itibed va d theGeg r o Mst 4heeby mt, o rqe td rot- o te xntfstre oel nrehave ota 2%o
Wa l ok Jn custs a Id r 1 o5659 L a s of Ji A q 1 (). oaid he tateshall have th e power i theiexrcn te of Its powers herin e senator; providedag th Browarnd Con ety ,-fo
er P./s0ch RX eyi nefor the an rd Purposesl, ad he maep an d ein-tetres an d regu- 594.o thi amedmen befr iotmssen pa aofnabiat i s
NarO. 1o8fl Jsud the h dyo Aug ment baseio Hihwaycouniss. tb tons ecesary2 to-t ful ,ezcis othsaar syrof, antpuerovn ai Foan, all cnramare teso alit Ars JOrNT RmOLUcIONac osiung_ ,
ustAD.01940haildsamei a ori he cos ato shate -a cnsru c toionstn I ane ra ore se om amndi tte e Ditrch cznr nm afn i 1aon ea headatin to ts e ofd etl, par
I f m O E i T oEsta- cf o era ess ion e aLg l e stum;-(aitt o ias Di n suc ou ex nd lo un y ora t e ond etion l. elat s
Ice; oa ma STApp OFcLaRoAote ba the -erc mad reuind 1 ee is reftof shall ve such powers- :manld mhe all nesin the ort1 et fct en HO exted tahe rigehtion as e a
Taxeedtore iseere o Sa uruThat teo Slowing aeie toa rIle amendeto l H orc he iao n1uorattng nels a ma1 ndridythe 1 nsaldidr i Bu other hazaehreein provided y s 2.
-etiict odf he and Constie dution 'of- ithe f attate aftron r re ei anuary 'est, r1943 me e I'peRon VrdecD B y th e Ll--iiGI Distu rt it h m sene ti the ess letiryr wd exp to nei o fr
F'lorida relating to Taxation and -Finance> The Legislature sadll- continue thmOiS-tisso intlo~ pursuace oDfrIts uis urLgiltr shall.Sil- e nttp[I h alous aporto the, e p any s ourc Whtoee DuetoaP erson
ein: thecmoth srib leoton ,t heel of theS ustah Diesayt ,beto shthe fsrsT F FLORIDnA b the Gosero Re 7re4a1 lie Has ma Fmiy to ied
ibyb apeing thereto an additionalsection of said taxe during tahen-life eofn thde ct otle af the Commission tes, and shall cllow thee (3) ae e t -be the Subect of Garishmen to fe oWn as Section 1 of oaid Article uAendmenti- and shall not nact an law a tfix the salaries of, and t entatives to eah of t live mlist. poeb Edtent of ot mor the D a % thore ,-N28 pAIX ore ,Rneg a tate Board of Admini tra hvig -the agfect of wthdrawing them t rre enes O Pw o h irdn thed liti Stoftate Junonet
0on; a rescribieg it- powers ai duties ceds of d t wo a (2 ent of said tax e pleis e reo as dg e s is c, an owt er lls utes the a (tf or resort the u l-as hi the -MPyb o
ess aiae sal Boaidi mlye h shall have, sun addieio toe suhtho n hudeeihydasatra- "S o 4:hrui hl e Pofid rl ting nd e iglipa oletificbyL, funci Ih PEducatoaLier th erinsh dlb for the maal and te r- from the operation- of.t ths mdmeft- and otr ties astmay be assicagnedr to thema-o os -Artle e 1eame BITSO iLVED BTEo I
the. highest bidderu ctuttiesourthou o ioaedwa o nme be, rt els and on oeb0e on 4l
oer aetwo hnch a tper gallon of tae Te card shall pa refeing expenses y the Commission or the Director. o n o the ie colner o entrat Seotin to tce dof the 1asoli9 U or IotheT motorfuel tax Tfo (1) and other -expenses ITfoservices rendered Commiss a tae aX the oe oo s thapeottieonoeot thir A seden b 0 Poviin the payo and rerntyt of all out- specifically for, or which are- poperly soe ailcen o e loy1e o. Stat- athe t re i to ap port iqn Exepti onsn eet andbo aro
PEANU~~~ ~~ -InnCKR uae of ce r nccr t sc
standing bo ds' a issued by any co ty chargeable to, ths actounttot unt coioty ohefun ring from the o- eet an 60 Srnate and 1 l tin of Lee w tern wew t v ret o her er inco or peia l oad an bridge iatrict x iorb from funds distributed to uch counsa -aiona S e Cosio n from g t 0 su te e- Ob a CIOFr Pa f~uA~l > th House- eofo Rersnttvs at ny Excepts ton-Neestie of ifa Ma'y
tess e ithbay ofro saiy A D. 193, for buto- general e t he of trord Re ftv andiReguation Rof tee laws and er-lh- regular session of the Leailature a any e eefintd by tle- La gist urthe
LIVE M ON PIC ER nals a nov~de' ua e a um a ( he oip rEne t U -o arme tyoACdin f I ofSa Fr oa a t ee 14, H193e, desigh~ at a Resolution No. r oeg ras tl er sa un-uni1 lie a e
Set- The Pace shallpuavesthe pow fom time -otie G endresh counties alWkari C i pertaining o birds, game, LEIbear- ofA the times herein designated, It shall c- p T RSOLVED BYvr ThEGISaS --' to inshal r i d aturei sion T rrte aUREIng animals, Hfresh Swater fish, Ireptiles pribe the dut or tan ngislature or Legis sTE a THE' STAE th pFLORID
o the sad l submitted to the, electors out of adunds B on the same basis said and amphibians, together with uny othei latures succee1ins such rigula 1essioi That nde 1 oing ArtienXofte of Stat of Florida for ratification or O are bte among othe Stat f Floid be amendedpbr-embroced ithelowgn dmiers' istrica -o. onfFtol odThe ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ a Leaderd Thoaottera hroadtoseete yapeg htt e fooingriAmendn tofrice din thetofian adovdtina Sef o o4aC ihones Distric No.- 5CArvdbh ovenritutin 11f rejection at-the rnext General Elechto to sever t counties; p ovided, r export of said pose Arsht constitute, the icSt l Game 0 tde iLe in tok "- of the iueher loSri ortor 1ic X h e un obe held o in fe942l, as follow b dis t bu expense alativel t o t o Ex c h epart O a nd halg t e usl atu toe Commiss enua o n h appntio n tof sad ou n y- Fl salary S rise o S en -n '5e~Fund and sa)ll That usedig Jbn theo Coms turehornzinthehe
" oary 1. 196 (a) ar t bini ng ( JO) ear s io oft may Li t uean the Liegls- S10on as It sball deem ffit In -carrying out of- Repeenativs as here in -provided, person who is the head of a fampily s I Htosheet c te proceeds of two (2) uents m b addi the, provi ions heresf and for no other The preceding regular Federal regula provided then, to the extent 1f1 294 ah on-of-te' tof co-ta une-e-by or WaeFish Cmm purposes, be Cotmision may s ot obli- Statoensus whichever shall have ben th rof be, and the same Is horey agree
pe ta of t-eptoal an d th~- le pl ed I the lover nor, FMa l ori41 gate -itself -beyond the current feourBtes esttonsha be proied b the for lfic no ty con aateno ionmes of said tthnr al l eo suite tGatme f-ora
tat d low- u te f l i ne o'r a sior Eletin tobe- hed o te s Ted to bhe h e o the F s ult specific- resentatives in the ae e and 'inthe of the State iS-the Wnr ElectOp ow huel S oanicpaio etrole rt, inia brno a e the als Ms M oa ine Noveme it 12 ae of Representatives, sha cthtrol representatives -in 194 er m a ld
t Set at n T saxre an uo ther (3)uers flos lo :ofArl191em acd inE cto Pr-nd tzdth GeaSao
used t L R Cropel motor vehicles, -shall -as A o. ma atraeuar tion 3 The t inwsl i n' making sucha aptortioment. In eths oro -that es to day, at Sectilafid mban lactd month tlm Ithe 'State -momnagemenstoa the provisions of ths aCommont an all ex esthe bste fosaid Resolto n f SAL lhee, thenCapil b he Rso) amrt -tdh the ordmat erato appoattion the representation In-the ot m tbereto th folloyng Section: D 1
Roas *ut& xp'- ~th Sate State of Florida to -be. known as- Section 1~Isting laws -ipoonslistent herewith- shall- no Islature as required by -t~his amendmet Section -1-A. That -the salary, ivag
parts which Thall be distributed monthly the f Er THgn lsSand lawstixoierno sntthpa ftiriots thia dy d and come ue Comc w.atA. GR
NOT-DF A PDEED IO among the- several- counties follows BE IT f nt r the Ldfg litror c
One part according- to ar one part TUitE OF THE STATE~ OF FLORIDA of the prhoviions-of this -amendment and -Sion) cal-h-eisla dr together In e- o wing, to -any 19~~ cording' to 'he- counties' contributions to time.ii orinr -section of theAt~ XUo nct9b Legisauefi imtOto-b aprtimntndslureo ths ae oa- ganhben poinde bytlat.
- ~~the cost-of State -roadccipstruction In the the present Constitution-be- and the saletme.
1Notice ishereby given that L. Hi. !atio, of >ditribution as 'provided in Chap- is hereby agreed~ to shall be submitted to Approved by the Governor, May 5, 1941. orinay- maesiooof reqtied Leitorep- Iso this extet asno ma o roed a 25%o te 15659, La-ws of Forida, Acts of 1931 'the electors of th tt at the general Piled In office S t of State,, May 5. tion the representation salary wae and Income f10110 orS the 1Walker Jr. holder ofTax Certificate and for the -purposes of the a pportion', election of Represetatives to -be held In 1941. thlis amendment before its adjournent payment of an obligations arising by exNO.18 isedT, '"~bsdo the counies cAtiuin t Ae ye.- i~'~ --''l ---- --- -- i~p Osc, tarifay e rs o mpidcnrc usqett