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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
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Frequency:
Semiweekly[<1983-1994>]
Weekly[ FORMER <1925-1965>]
semiweekly
regular
Language:
English
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v.58 no.15 October 30, 1942

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

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Began in 1903.
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Description based on: Vol. 23, no. 22 (Nov. 20, 1925).
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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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Weekly constitution (Monticello, Fla.)

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__ On..d THE MONTICELLO NEW S
,MONTICELLO rHI RED CLAY HILL
The Great Middle SBCION OF
G ateway to Florida FLORIDA
THE NATIVE HOME OF THE PAPER SHELL PECAN JEFFERSON COUNTY FLORIDA'S IDEAL FARMING AND DAIRYING SECTION
VOL. 58, No. 15 MONTICELLO, FLORIDA FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1942 FIVE CENTS A COPY
DR. E. G. WILLIAMS DEFENSE COUNCIL MONTICELLO CONQUERS
Li 0ot 10u0 S >- .ADDRESSES MEDICAL CALLS FOR BOOKS JENNINGS HIGH 32-0
-s SqCIETIESLS MA RINS GAES
SSOCIETIES MAGAZINES, GAMES Monticello "Fighting Tigers" put
c sDr. Edw.n G. Williams, Surgeon, The camp a Carrabelle has re- the final touch on their homecomPU. S. Public Health Service, has just quested the Jefferson County De- ing program with a 32-0 victory
S Proceedings Board County Commis-t
P oe s' o om mSis returned from Cincinnati and New fense Council to get donations of over Jennings on the local field fast
s A.oners' RoomD. member 2 York where he addressed medical books, magazines, playing cards, ath- Friday night.
societies on the results of some of letic equipment and musical instru- Glenn Cooksey, swivel-hipped TiThe Board of County Commis- the research which he is conduct-, mentsandI ganies. These are for-the ger hacx, took the opening kickoff
The Board of County Conmmnisseners of Jefferson County, Flor. I.ing in drug addiction at the United entertainment of the troops station- on his five and ran it back to his 45
id, met this day in regular sessi, States Public Health Service Hos- ed there. where the Tige's' offensive seemed
there being present Chairman C. J pital in Lexington, Kentucky. In Will you please leave any dona- to have bogged down. Jennings took
Reams and Coinmissioners John Cincinnati he read a paper to the ticns at the office of the Defense over and could not penetrate the
. Reams', and Cofnmissioners John
H. Shuman, Fred Stokley, E.S. Cincinnati Society for Neurology Coune'lc in the Court House or at Monticello forward wal. Neither
. Shuan Fre ttely E.u stoes site o fradldl Nihr
Wright and E. Grantham. and Psychiatry. In New York he any of the drug stores. side could gain until the Tigers, in
. exhibited his research work at the Please remember this-tell or
Minutes of the meetings of August exhibited his research work at the Please remember this-tell your the first of the second qu4rter,
and 10, 1942, were read and ap- Annual Fortnight of the New York friends or collect from them. If worked the ball down to the Jen; 5 and 10, 1942,' were read and apAcademy of Medicine. you have donations and cannot de- nings 30. Then they pulled one of
proved. M
County Resolution Urging Adoption Dr. Williams, a native of Monti- liver these, ~call 146-R and someone Coach Cecil Harrington's razzle-dazCounty Resolution Urging Adoption '4.t--'>*
Of Gas Tax Amendment cello, is the son of Mrs. J. F. Wil- will call by 'for same. zle plays, a triple pass, Lane to AnWhereas, the 194 Florida Leis- liams and the late Dr. Williams and --derson, Anderson to Cooksey and
Whereas, the 1941 Florida Legislature, by Senate Joint Resolution RAF BOMBS FREIGHT TRAIN has many friends here who are al- from Cooksey to Neeley, for a
ways interested in hearing of his touchdown. The Tigers failed to
324, proposed an amendment to the Cairo, Egypt.-Soundphoto-Prior to British all-out attack in Egypt, work. emake the extra point. With few State Constitution authorizing for Axis communications were plastered in softening up campaign. This mite et int ihafew
a period of 50 years beginning Jan- photo wvas radioed from Cairo to London and Clippered to N. Y. last Rinutes left in the first half John
uary 1, 1943, the distribution to the Sunday. Results of RIAF raid on supply train are shown. 26 cars SIDNEY HORNE REPORT "Race Horse" Neeley, ran around
26R cCTVErUT his right en~d behind beautiful interseveral counties of the proceeds of were left blazing, and the locomotive was wrecked. Huge columns FOR ACTIVE DUTY h ften e ar nt
2 cents per gallon of the present of .smoke is from exploding ammunition car. ce for twenty-five ard nd
State tax on gasoline and other mo- Lt. (jg) Sidney L. Horne of t-he touchdown. The half ended with
tor vehicle fuel, pro rated among USR has been ordered to report Monticello leading 13-0.
the counties according to their res- TAXI COMPANY OFFERS AGRICULTURE THE for active duty at Harvard Cam- The second half found Jennings
pective areas; populations.and am- FREE TRANSPORTATION CONSERVATION WAY bridge, Mass., Nov 2. trying to crack open the Monticello
counts contributed by them for Stat Lt. Horne is employed at the state line. The line held the hard plungS ounts contributed bY them for State, TO OBSERVATION POST R... E lr
road construction. Each county's R. E. Clark, department of education and since ing Jennings backs to two first
pro rata share of such taxes as they The owners of the local Taxi his graduation from the University, downs during the whole.game'and
accrue to be. used by the State Company have very generously of- Emphasis on conservation the of Florida in 1931 hIc has been con- deserves much credit for the vicBoard of Adminisration for the re- ered transportation to and from past week has been centered on nected with various public sclhol1 tory. Monticello took over on its
B oa f Administration for the re- toryd trantprtatio too oaer on tso
tirement (including the setting up the local Aerial Observation Post, trucks and tires. systems throughout the state. 40 and drove down the field for a
of adequate sinking funds) of Coun- located just east of the Courthouse, The Office of Defense Transporta- He received his master's degree touchdown with Anderson going
ty and road and bridge district road to all regular observers in their line tion has issued an order requiring the university in 1940. I fe is over on a quarterback sneak from.
rnora febromapaDet P ,. -k-- loi-'-- the 5 yard lne. The quarter ended
and bridge bonds, with any surplus- of duty, within one mile radius of all trucks to have a certificate of a member f Kappa Delta Pi, naion- l ea
es of such taxes not required annu- the post, without charge. The work war necessity in order to operate al hohofary teachers fraternity, and with Monticello lading 19-0.
es y i or r 0 o eae Sima Nit, social fraternity. '--~- In the final quarter, Cooksey, lead- '
ally for such debt service to be used of the Observation Post is consid- after Nov. 15. This is of prime im- a t social fraternity. In the final quarter, Cooksey, lead80% for the construction of state ered by the United States Army to portance to farmers operating Lt. Horne is the sonof Mrs. D sy ing e attack, pushed across anothpotace 0 ares oeatngless Horne "and the late J.B ....... er touchdown to make the score i
roads in the county andjor for the be -the most important civilian de- trucks, 26-0. Jennings was a he
freeing of toll bridges in the county, fense work and it is hoped that this Horne of Monticello. He is married 6-0. Jennings was again held and
and. 20% for the construction -and public spirited offer of the local The O.D.T. has mailed blank ap- to the former Iilma Whitlock of NEW SOUTH PACIFIC -punted to Monticello, vwho with a
maintenance of county roads; :1nd Taxi Company will induce those plications to all truck owners. These High Springs and has one daughter. NAVY CHIEF few running plays pushed the ball
Whereas, the outstanding county who do not have cars, to accept as applications must be filled out and. "-Tallahassee Daily'Democrat. to the nine yard line. Monticello
and special road and bridge bond signments in the observation work passed on before a certificate of Wam ton, D. C.--Vice Admiral louhe the in Le efor no gain
indebtedness, both principal and in- at this post. necessity can be issued. GARDEN CLUB NEWS cm ae w aed t k s h r n an-igu.t
terest of Jefferson County is the force commander who 'carried out Cooksey who ran Over standing up..
estum o Jefferson County is the The County Farm Transportation The Garden Club held their first the smashing attacks on the Jap- The game ended with Monticello
sud i hundred etei dl- TYNDALL FIELD Committee, with headquarters in meeting of the new year, Monday held Gilbert and Marshall Islands, winning 32-0O
; and six hundred twenty-five do- metn ofte....a, o da .
- ntWANTS WOMEN the county agent's office, has been afternoon, at the Woman's Club, the is shown in the photo. Last week Every man on the Monticello
(Continued on Page Four) DRIVERS lping farmers fi out these ap- president, Mrs. A. N. Watson, pre- end the Navy Department announc- squad saw action with some show.
(_ tiuedonPageFour) T _R_ ihelations. At time of writing this,lout a siding. The planting of azaleas on ed appointment of Admiral Halsey inig fine prospects of being great
Panama City, Oct. 21 (Special)- it seems that some farmers have not the Courthouse grounds is the pro- as successor to Vice Admiral Rob- football players in the coming
SPORTSMANS CORNER The manpower shortage in this gen- received their application blanks, ject for this year. ert L. Ghormley as commander of years.
A column devoted to the eral area was driven home today which were to have been mailed to ".The program chairman, Mr. T. U. S. Naval Forces in tle South Opening the game was tle eninterest of Jefferson County when the Army Air Forces Flexible them by O.D.T. at Detroit, Mich. If S. Braswell, presented a most en- Pacific. Admiral Ghormley, who trance of the sponsors with the esWildlife and its preservation Gunnery School at Tyndall Field you are owner ,of a farm truck and joyable program given by some ofr has been in command of the U. S. corts who walked from Monticello's
Wilfa i p o hired its first woman truck driver have not received this application our.talented members of the club. forces during the present Solomons goal post to their seats on the forty
and announced that applications are blank, be sur6 to notify the Trans- Miss Dickert sang a selection. The campaign, has been relieved of his yard line while the band saluted Edited by F. W.' Carroll wanted from 35 to 40 additional wo- piortation Committee at once. Nosegay sang their circle song. Miss command. His new duties have not them with "Iargie." TheSpons.ors,
Conservation Officer men for sinilar jobs. These certificates are planned as .Braswell read several appropriate been announced. chosen as the sweethearts of the
'Hired, after passing the physical an :nstrument for the conserving of poems. Mrs. O. C. Head read her football team, were: Marnita HatchWe call to the attention of our ind driving examinations, which trucks and particularly fires. The own composition, a most amusing ett, who was escorted by George
readers the ,proposed amendments are requisite to qualifying was Mrs. object is not to take trucks off the monologue on "Travels In New Eng- WA S Anderson; Boots Utley, escorted by
to our state constitution, on which Velma Savage Forehand, a 28 year farms, but to work out a program land." The quit by Prof. Forget- N Ike Anderson and Lois Snyder, esit will be their duty to vote in the old mother of an 11 year ol01d son. of efficient truck use. With- our Me-Not ,(Mrs. Clyde Sauls) kept the WS courted by Wilbur Reed. The spon-eNt(\Is ld al)kp ieNW cortecd by Wilbur "Reed. :The spon-.
coming general election in Novem- She iad .done cafeteria woik pre-, present critical rubber shortage, club in an uproar of laughter. -w BULD sors carried arm bouquets of yellow
ber. piously, driven a wood pulp truck every mile a truck is driven unnec- After the 'program a social hour chrysanthemums.Information on these-. amendments for her father but thought the coun- essarily r:owmeans one less mile was enjoyed. John Summitt spoke on the Club's A special event for homecoming
is available and it is your duty to try might need her services, she of necessary hauling of supplies at- 'sponsors hip of the Boy Scouts and was the first public appearance of
give them your careful eonsidera- said. er on. Your-tires are going to last Mrs. Henry Holmes who has been announced the appointment of Felix the Pep Club, organized by Miss
tion. -- Applications should be made in just so many miles. It is to your a patient for the past two weeks in Johnston, Elton Jones, Jacg Taylor Gwendolyn Stephenson to function
As of interest to sportsmen par-- person to Capt. Ray L. McCullough, advantage as well as that of the en- Archbold Memorial Hospital, Thom- and Joe Carr on the scout commit- throughout the entire year. The ticularly and we clalm to all the employment officer at Tyndall. tire country to see that when your asVille, Ga., will return home on tee. He introduced C. AValdo Harris. pepsters all dressed in white made voters of the state at large, are the truck moves it is utilized to the best Saturday. and asked him to speak on the Scout their entrance in military form of
proposed amendments IV and XVI, A possible advantage. ------------ program. 'W'aldo did this "to a T" two abreast and amid great applause
relating t-o) fish game, And fur bear-- -a .I- --1". .
relating to fish game and fur bear WOMANS CLUB If you have to make a trip to neighbors will result in tires lasting and proposed ways in which Kiwa- took their seats in a body in the
ing animals. town with less than a load, see if twice as long. nians may serve the Scout cause. grandstand. Enthusiasm mounted
STh~ Noyember meeting of the you can haul something either in or Our combined Army, Navy and Felix Johnston introduced his high as the Pep Club kept the yells
Fresh Water Fish has~ been existent Monticello Woman's ( lub will be out for your neighbor. He can prob- Air Force can whip the Axis. Our guest, Mr. A. O. Sallers of Thomas- going until the half when they took many serious handicaps -have- been held on Tuesday. the third, jn the ably save you -a trip tomorrow. combined farmers can feed the v'lle. over the field and gave an excellent
experienced in attempting to oper- Clubhouse, at 4 o'clock. I believe such cooperation among world. --Think it over. Pres. Simpson read from the Ki- military exhibition, climaxed by
laws where conditions as to separ- wanis Magazine an article "Bill forming a "T" for Tigers and introlas heecodiiosastospa -~~ oes sDa" bRoFukrn.ducing a new "Orange And lue
ate localities were anything but uni- Jones Is Dead by Roe Fulkerson.
form. This has brought into exist- *L u's Morris read a letter froa The band in exceptionally good
ence many local county laws which the Miami Beach club urging that form followed the Pep Club on the
in many instances are conflicting, oters support amendment No. 1 to field and exhibited a new feat of
confusing, and tend to complicate the state constitution, relate to a showmanship in which the entire
the work of the existing commission proposed change in the representa- band waltzed to the tune of "The
and its enforcement personnel. lion in the senate. Band Played On." The band formed
The amendment to Article IV as .J0e Carr requested donations ofa"Jfoouvitrsa"V fr
- '- "' -- --bokanmaanefothmeata "J" for our visitors, a "V" for
relating- to game and fresh water books and magazines for the men at Vctory, and when they formed the
fish will, if passed, greatly facilitate Carrabelle. They will be received "M" they left imprinted in confetti
and amplfy the task of applying to at either of the three drug stores. this letter.
Elo' Jns epredfo hec s- lt er. oyed
each, county the remedies needed in Elton Jones reported for the com- The school elijoyed the best homeits particular case and should make mittee on Ladies' Night, proposing
'~ I tht tis uncionbe uci onT-hrs-coming it has known for many
unnecessary many local laws that that this function be held on Thurs- years. The committee in charge
are cumbersome and confusing and day night, Nov. 5, at 7:30. The hour was: Miss Elizabeth Weatherly,
at the same time without affecting agreed upon. was eight o'clock and chairman; Miss Gwendolyn Stephor violating any constitutional pro- Elton added the interesting note enson, Miss Mildred Dickert, Betty
visions requiring uniformity of laws that on account of games to be play- Brown, Marjory McClellan, and Biland regulations throughout the state, ed, dress will be informal. ly Bullock, who wrote the play by
Also through the staggering of the Comuittee on nominations for
tenure in office of the appointed club officers was announced play review of-the football game.
commissioners it will no longer be Program Chairman Carr introducpossible for a sudden shift in ad- ed Miss Nettie Mae Armistead, di- ATTEND FEDERATION
minislration to wipe out the whole rector of The Rhythm Girls of the MEET IN TALLAHASSEE
commission, replacing them with Aucilla School. These six charming
appointees of the neoming politic-al and talented young ladies entertain- >Mrs. Clyde Sauls, president of the
group ivte out regard o fitness. In ed with eight musical numbers. fonticello Woman's Club, with a
this manner the operation of our Notice was taken of the presence group of club members, attended the
commission should be remoled- as : of Richard Simpson in Jacksonville meeting of District No. 3 Florida
for ac possible from politics o as......- where he will speak before the Ki- Federation of Women's Clubs, held
We suggest a careful reading and VICTORIOUS MARINES ON THE PROWL wanis Club. in Tallaha-ssee on Wednesday, Octstudy of all of these amendments in Guadalcanal Island.-U. S. Mar lines who had just driven the Japanese from strong positions on the ober 28.
general and of the ones relating to Matanikou River on Guadalcanal a.'e sh-wn marching over what was Jap territory a short time before. A Hog in a Bond will cause Hitler Our game and fish in particular. Aerial bombs, shells, mortars an' finally the boys with the bayonets cleared the Nips from this spot. great alarm.-The Victory Hog Sale. BUY U. S. WAR BONDS




FOUR THlE 'MONTICELLO NEW S. MONTICELLO, FLORIDA -___________FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1942
THE, MONTICELLO NEWS THECAHICCUH
PUBLISHED___EVERY__FRI____ cello Catholic Church at 11 0'cloak,
MONTICELLO ADVERTISER Reot4AC o~riCE OF WAR 1N~dRNATION war time.
Established 1869'
ONIEL COSIUIN Inl selling extra tires to the gov-.....
MNIEstaLise 1873TUIO erment, motorists may keep theETO IT C RC
Chne best five. Lots of tires arEoig"l. Nash Phulpot,- Minister A.L S
MONTICELLO NEWS-1903 out of hiding. One cautious and
far-sighted c tizen, evidently pre- .. hurch School 10:30 A. M.
PA kBEfl paring for a 3(}.year war, has clis ,viorning Worsh* p 11:30 o'clock., _______________FlRD RSS ASSOCIATION Youth Fellowship 7:0l0 P. M." LS TAE~O TLN
194 Bagorge s 24 for d tr e Ev'igWoshp8:0p'lok Jersey cow, marked J. Won left
11 ad news forced Hitern eship Prayer Meeting,( Wednesday eve- )p, one -spotted he fer and 3 mus
_________________________ re ein' lunced t a avrag 'ning at 8:00 o'clock. old calf, red with V on f'orehA
_______________________rate of three -a day. Choir-Rehearsal, Thursday, eve- Nctify R1 C. Maddox, Aucilla, Fla. 1
WILL H. BULLOCH For The Soldier's' Stockingnig'a8:0'cok IE-iE'GAN Pa4yPat
Editor and Proprietor He may not hang it up this year, '' or sale. East End Florist. it
but the soldier overseas will sure
60OROTHY BLOHFIRST BAPTIST 'CHURCH MALE~ HELP WANTED'
Publisher appreciate a Chri*stmas present for 13. A. Roth, Pastor RL1LEMan 35 to 65 with car
his stocking. And he won't get it REt uplB aisIdcutmrswt
The Official Paper of Jefferson unless it's mailed within the next "~Sunday School, 10:25. 1. W. Shep- wosld a sfood Prutes winh
Cont adth Tw o Mnicll.few days., Home-made candy may herd, superintendent. feferson County. Experience unEnerd os Ofie e en i sald inoethinig like Morning Worship, 11:30. necessary. Permanent work' plus
as Mail, mteofh Seeoud Class' a tin coffee can with adhesiva tape ITraining Union-6:50. Write J. I Lewis, %/ J. R. Watkins
-t kepitaitihLEvening Worship. 8 o'clock. Company, Memphis, Tenn. 100-0-3t
Telephone ----------138- tokeRtarih.________________By the end of the, year nearly half P,.rayer Meeting, Wednesday eve- W N ~'T U 1t~~O
OFFICE, OF PU-BLICATION of all our availablea resources will ning at 8 o'clock. worthy green moss at the new
News Building Dogwood_ Street be going to war. We're going to get hig ______0c__hndrdfrge-~~hg prce. with aes hunre fess greeeno
SUBSCRIPTION RATES aln wit lesadlsso0h 2ND. BAPTIST CHURCH Ifls $2.00 a hundred for cured
A home front, brown moss, $2.50 a hundred for
One Year.--------------$1.50 Rev. Frank Pickern, Pastor Iblack moss. Delivery at L1oyd.SixMonhs hot, hor Od~r to'"The services at the Second Bap- Orange City Moss Co. 2tp
Three Months __----.0 Restaurants are being, tse tist Church have been changed, as IL-T E6hbR fributn
continue serving- regular orders of WL AEODR o utn
Every family is asked to return to meat but to offer half portions at re- folos holes, 25 cents al dozen. Mrs.; Fred
Sunday, School-10:00 a. mn. Rd 10-16
circulation ten pennies in order that duced prices to customers who arce-' Morning Service-li :00 a. mn. A TD OBU Fre;3
copper saved might -be used for cooperating in the move to cu~t down 'Committee of religious and civic leaders throughout Florida plans a B.T.U.-7:00 p. m. WANTED a O poud.Alo roers, a30
Prce maufcurs onrk metcos mpo nt l campaign to, provide Testaments for Service men. Former G overnor Evening Service--8:30 *o'clock. brooder' battery sets. Dii Hottel. ff'
SCRAP. Uncle Sam requests Southerners, is going to be h eld Doyle, E. Carleton, chairman of Ser yice Men's Bible Campaigns for the
192 uner t rig ac ter bw, ay OA Sat o Foid, isuse plans for the campaign with, Chaplin George NOTICE TO CREDITORS W*AN'*r -Seod had ca
(Inset),t rigbcktei onsysOA heatinia stove in good coniidtioni.
discarded shells .and cartridges -Canned sauerkraut -is "frozen" 1 At kins, of Drew Field. and Campai gn, Diliector Harry Jaeger Probtesaws193 Apply "e* fie
which contain -needed, war metals. But it may be sold in bulk. Thus Gen Wlim .ArodcheofhaIns .S ry h sgvn State of Florida______________Also, when, and if a deer should be we return to the "kraut barrel era." encouragement to the Servide Men's Bible Campaigns. Jefferson County. 5
bagedthewate at s nedd. efoe histhig i oerwe ayAn all-out'drive to place a New' You and each of You are hereby
bagedthew,______ftineded notified tingiander requiredamet ntoe hpresenter noanyd aLIVEuiedSTOCKsnt AUCTIONTOK ACSALESLE
get back to the friendly days of the 32 W. J. Hatchiett, Bal. salary, Tetmn ntehnso ~eyclaiims and demands which you, or
(Continue From Pane One) Au.14 ------ 00-Sriemntann n-lrd ileither of you, may 'have against the
s an no ents($51,62500)ad old cracker barrel. Ag ot------00'Sriemntann nFoiawl
durisn the lie of the C$5 nstit5.0tiona Slow Motion 33 J. R. Vann,' do.......----.0,0 be launched from the pulpits of estate- of Elizabeth J. Finlayson, .de- BRING YOUR HIOGS
Amendment it is estimate-i there Applications for "Certificates of 34 Leonard Carroll, do.------- 22.50 Florida churches on Sunday, Nov. 1. ceased, late of the County of Jeffer-AN CAtET
wilacu ote onytesmWar Necessity" aren't coming in 35 N. L. Youngblood, do.- --25.00 'Each Testament, beautifully, bound son, to the County Judge of Jefferof Four Milosix hundred fifty- from the South fast enough, says 36Dume..at.eld. 3 0.00 inlcud Pspals feTes Chmasd in the court house at Monticello, MONITICELLO S'TOCKC YAiRD
three thousand 'sixty-live dollars T. Some folks will find them- 37 T. B. Clark, do. 3 eetdPams h e oiad Florida, within eight calendar
and fifteen cents ($4,653,065.15); selves unable to get gas to run their 38 W. P. Holland, do.------- 37.50' ments, A Soldier's Prayer on Going months from the date of the first
farm trucks, unless thyhryad39 R. Hf. Devane, do .--------31j,,.50 into Battle, patriotic and faith hymns publication of this notice; the first Auction every Monday, and get
and the hur Onuctio fth is 94. tEch claimg or hihs aktpie.Sl
Wherasit s aparnt hatsai mal teirfors. Afe oebr40 City Water Dept., water --3.19 and a dedicatory statement by Pres puction fthis notiEce being onr ihs aktpie.Sl
am endens t poids a pe t eh enu noi own t e r o f te an k Ndofemtruc 1 M niel r. ident Roosevelt, with facsimile sig- demand must be in writing and -starts 2 p. in. MI~onticello Stock
tometirenth broded inde etenesu a gtgs ie sae pat rcre----------47.66 nature. The volumes cost onlly 15 must state the place of residence ad.J aknMr
to 42ir N.e B.ddidbens a e atrsrsaeprs goeis----- and post office address of the claimofJffro Cuty ih osie-without a certificate, 2N.B Bramlett, tractor driv- cents. Contributions may be made ant, and must be sworn to by the
ablefe srplso Covery forh pucodr- cssan anvlsms ing -------------------15.60 through local churches or direct' to-camnhsgetorhiatrey NOICE OF ELE0VIO*
pupsswithin thle County; and off the road by December. It looks 43 J. M. -Morris, Agent, fuel 102.13 state headquarters at the ToA ore theif sam willrso becmenoidyc
Wheeas if th amndmntis athuhi'terlstg-round un- 44 M. D. Lamb, tobacco ------ 5.51 corner Zack and Florida, Tapa coTdisg 6to. ay fOtbr..-D f h tt fFoia
adopted at the General Election til after the war. 45 Fla. Power & Light Co., -'1942. -- Be it Known, That 1, R. A. GRAY,'
hlNoebr3192sadrvnePhoney Homne Sales lights ------------------- 6.06 Park -------------------- 10.00 C. ARTHUR PETERS Secretary of State of the State of
wild boemirreocably2pledgd frevthe To crack down on phony sales of 46 D. H. Mays Hd'wr. Co., Tbtal Publicity LA-.FNASN Fo-a ohrb ie oiet
wil beirrvocblyousesdfo the ~ supplies---------------- 8.14 Fund -------------------- $135.00- EDWIN H. FINLAYSON a GENERAL ELECTION, will be
purposes~ stated,' and will result in 'oss the overnment now requir- 47F- .Bnpi il 2.1 WRAT RW NJI Ex ecutors of the last 'Will and held in Jefferson County, State of'
relieving the real and personal es purchasers to pay one-third do-wn 47F .Bn;pi il 2.1 WRAT RW N AL Testament of (Mrs.) Elizabeth j. Florida, on Tuesday next suicceedproperty tax( payers -of the County ini buying a dwelling. 'Some land- 4-8 Y~ancey Tractor Co., June TIME WARRANTS FUND Finlayson, deceased. 10-9-4t ing the first Monday in' Novemlhef,'ofra oddb evc eisadlords have been trying to evade rent balance ---------------16.85 7:8 F. & M. Bank, Pt, payment~on A %14,tesi usa enwil ion d dueb i ervie larges sums 'control by a fancy tiepyet49 Monticello Milling Co., feed 17.80 Wt. Indebtedness ------ 2500.00 NOTICE OF APPLICATION the Third Day of November
for the construction and mainten- plan which amounted to paying 50 F.A*ontn rcre 26 9 .&M ak adbls140 Laws of 1935 State of' Florida' at large, in 'the
ane fCont oas ihe rns.j51 Amoco Service Station, 80 Tom Davis, labor, jail --Seventy-eighth Qongress of the
Noterfr, ei rsled y Far'm products are going overseas repairs ----------------- 2.55 wiring --------87.00- Notice is hereby given that L. H. United' States.
th Bad fCony omisinrs'in constantly increas-ing quantities. 52 J. B. Brinson, M. DI., Prof. Tot-al JTail Time _____Walker Jr. holder of Tax Certificate For Representative of the Third
ofeJeoaedson County Commissioninrs No. 168, issued the 5th, day of Aug- Congressional District of the State
ofJefrsn'Cunythat it is teGvrmn purchases to fill the service ----------------- 6.00 Warrants Fund --------- $2741.00 ust, A. D. 1040, has filed same in my of Florida, in the Seventy-eih
considered judgment of s-aid Board 'needs of U. S. and Allied soldiers 53 McClellan's Store, groceries 4.10 There being no further business office; has made application for a Congress of' the United States.
tht t s o h bstinerst~of last month were 38 percent -ab'ove 54 Jeffersoni Sales Co., supplies 15.49 the Board then adjourned. Tax Deed to be issued thereon. Said For three Justices of the Supreme'
tha itiAo tebs itrss 55 John Jarrell, axe handles --2.40 Approved: C. J. REAMS, Certificate embraces the following -Court of the State of Florida.
Jefferson County that said Constitu- t-ose in Auust, 4 .Adro uple tet-Cara described property in the County of For Two Railroad Commissionerstional Amendment be adopted, and B 6. L. Joneson, sonpdrs 41.83 CLDes H.AL: C r n Jefferson, State of Florida, to-wit: of the State of Florida.
at heeb urge the adoption of said 5140s A.0 S.YD Grnt en. Ct.eWk. NW%'/ Ex 10 A in SW Cor- of Section- For State Senator for Twenty SeeGthrbugsteealletion ad54 A. 1942------------------58 Henry Lumber Co., lumber 28.26 28, Township 3 South, Range 4 East, oiid- Senatorial Distict of the State
AedetathGeea lcin Aug. 192--------36.00 59Suhatr e o,1.50 acres. 'of Florida'
AmNemeta thsyabcuei 1Cye H.S o 59 Soteasten T-_e Co., -.7 NEW SPY THRILLER The assessment of said property For -One MIember of the House of
il Noliveber thi yero of beasi 5141 Clyde a aui s deiin o., 45n.0 poern-----------27 IS SLATED TO OPEN under said -Certificate issued was in Repr'esentatives- of the-State of' Flor-wil elev ora erodo 5 yar 54 Sncai Rfnig o. Sn Total Road & Bridge ____the name of J. W. Dutton. ida,
the levy of taxes in Jefferson Coun- P. D.- ---------------------0Fund------------------ $1,055.96 Virginia Bruce and JamesElso Unless said, -Certificate shall -be For Five County Coimmissioners.
onra n eroa rprty 143 I. M. Lawton, labor--2.35Elio
ty onra-n proa rp redeemed according to lavW, proper- For Two Members -of the County
forsai otstndng outy nd5144 City Water Dept., water -_ 7.36 Warrants Drawn on Motrs Fudhave 'an exciting time of it with a ty described therein shall be sold to Board' of Public Instrution.
district road bonds and will provide 5145 Monticello Trading Co., 45 Mrs. R. R. Roberts -------- 5.00 gang of Axis spies in "Careful, Soft the highest bidder at the Courthouse In Testim'onyS Whereof, I havie
additional revenues for county road floor coverings --------- 69.95 46 Mrs. Susie Whittle -------- 8.00 Shudrme'20hCnuyFxdornthNverst 19onway i theherent Setl my than Sand f fiean bathedie constmctio mont ofin Novin-er 142 whch iaiey -tpple- Gra Sea],ns ofiler thein Stat ofheor
andbrdgecostrctionald min 516 B Rine, uppie ~ 83*87 47 Mrs. Isla Higginbotham -- susens thilr to th the 2nd, day of November, 1942. ida, at Tallahassee, the Capital, this
tenance. 5147:Clyde H.' Sauls, recording 24.00 48 M rs. Esther Kilpatrick 3- .00 KteieTheatre, Tuesday, one Dated this 7th: day of October, the first day of Septembher, A. D.
Pursuant to Notice in The M*onti-. 5148 Weaver Raulerson, wood for 49- MsHateKsy- --2.0 Teioniatfros.n f 19,42.192
cello News the 'matter of -the final' jailn------------------5049Mr.HtiKnsy ------ 2.0 Te--ini at uiu n f (,CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) (L. S.) R. A. GRAY,
adotin f hebugetwa tke 549B. alr oi nTa 50' Mrs. Lillie Story ------------e hilrius asVriiLbcmsUYDE H. SAULS -Secretary, of State.
adpino h ugtwstkn54 .J alr o onTx 51. Mrs. Trudie Wiliford ------4.00 ..Clerk Circuit Court of -Jefferson To Hon. A. S. Grant, S-he'ff Jefferand considered by the Board, and Certfs ------------------ 3990 52 Mrs. Carrie Waters-----4 dint at the Jap attack on Pearl (,odnty, Ffl;orida. sonI County.
upon consideration thereof it was 5150 Fla. Power & Light, Co., 5MsForiFemn- --2001 abo and decides to do something _________________________________moved and carried, that -the Budget lights ------------------ 41.08 54. Mrs., C. E. Walker-------- 400abu it. Being a younglaywih-
be finally adopted. 15151 Peninsular Chemical C., 55 Mrs LeI-a Jo---------.0 romantic' inclinatibOns, she thinks




FRIDtAY, OCTOBER 30, 1942 THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MJ*TCELLOi FLOIDA FIVE
WOMA1'S SOCIETY OF *Social A ctivities Thec.I..AN SEVC.. W..UKEENAH
I the circles of The Woman's So- ** .***.. .*........ Dr. F. A. Brink Director
Matter or copy for the Social Column to be sent to Miss Helen M ciety of Christ:an Service will meet 'ir. and Mrs. Chas. M. McClellan
Bowen, Phone 8-R. not later than Tuesday of each week o on Monday, Nov. 2, at 4 o'clock, 'h :nd siaii sons spent the week end E G
the following places: in Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs.
Circle No. 1 with Mrs. R. E. Clark. vVi. A. Platt, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Have you eyer wondered why
Miss, as Miss Mildred Finnegan, a member Circle No. 2 with Mrs. J. M. Mor- foster returning with them. your child is less alert than his
guests last week end her parents, of the Modern Language Depart- Iris. f --- playmates? Is your child considerthe Rev. and Mrs. R. W. Dickert of ment of F.S.C.W. was a week end CMis Al e Hay returned to her ed backward in school? Does your
Gircie No. 3 with Mrs. Snipes. e Ha eundt db'k ijlbl osyu
Daytona Beach, and her brother, guest of Dr. and Mrs. F. A. Brink. Circle No. 4 in the home of Mrs. home *n Jacksonvjlle, Saturday, af- childfail to obey your spoken coinRobert Dlckert, a student/ at the Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Simmons of Waldo Harris, Mrs. Arthur Phillips, ter spending three months with Mr. rnaind? Does your child prefer to
University of Florida; also her Gate City, Va., are announcing the I hostess. and Mrs. J. M. Kilpatrick. play by himself rather than to play
aunt and cousin, Mrs. Charles Ster- birth of a son, October 23, at King ,
ner and Al Sterier, of Bethlehem, Mountain Memoral Hospital, Bris- .The Wesleyan Guild will meet at .*Mr. and Mrs. Bill Colson are. an- grip ams ch as 'Red Rover'
Pa. tol, Va. The baby has been name o'clock with Mish Elizabeth Weth- i..nx.ng the birth of a son, Satur- Children wh u answer affiriiativePvt. Charlie Hatchett with two David Allen. r* day night, in Tallahassee. ly to these questions may very well
friends, of Camp Blanding, visited Th6 friends of Sam Turnbull, Asst. An all-day of retreat service of be youngsters who are DEAF
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Division. Engineer of the Statoad the Woman's Society of Christian Mrs. Tyler spent the week and n rsiwholre o EAF,
j.~~~~~~~~~~e daughter, Missee Jan Eheliza-:.o There are vri-dgeso ef
Hatchett last week end. Mr. and Dept., Of Bartow, will be-interesied Service was Jheld at the Methodist with her daughter, Miss Jane Eliza- ere are yngsders of eaf
Mrs. Hatchett also had with them to knowI that he has -been called Church on Tuesday. Oct. 27. beth Tyler, in Jacksonville. s Some youngstes ha all but
their son, W. J. Hatchett, Jr., Mr. into the Engineering oFps of the A covered dish luncheon was en- Mr. and Mrs. Stalling, of Newport "stone" deaf. The partially deaf child
and Mrs. Clyde Horne and Betty U.S.A.R. and coinissioned-First Lt. joyed at 12:30, followed by a spirit- is
Ann, of Jacksonville. at Camp Claiborne, La., His family ual program of song and response GCENBACKR M SI ent a short time with Mr. S. teache and problem becaise hi
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Burnham are will remain in Bartow for the pres- readings. San Francisco, Calif.-This inti- t Ir hme here, the first the defect may be hard to detect. Theretheir homera heres 'whee first of the defec may be hadtofe Tee
guests at the Dixie Hotel for a few ent. Several topics were given of our mate camera study of the missing week. fore it is essential that every teachweeks. Mrs. Burnham is enjol ag Dr. and Mrs. C. L. Mitten, of Chi- -work in the missionary fields, Capt. Eddie Rickenbacker was er and pa reht lie intelligently alert
working with the Red Cross group cago, accompanied-by their daugh- which were very interesting. made when the famed flyer visited Miss Ella D. Leveritt, returned to evidences of defective hearing.
during her stay here. ter, Mrs. Webel, were guests at the Thirty-fve members attended the San Francisco in September, 1942. Methodist missionary from China, Skilled medical care must be given
Corporal pouglas L. Cooksey, son Dixie Hotel while Dr. Mitten was meeting. Rickenbacker, who gained fame as will ass st Rev. Tyler in a series of to children manifesting such signs
of Mr. and Mrs. Ben H. Gooksey of superintending the harvesting of the an "ace" during World War 1, has meetings here beginning Nov. 4. at of deafiess in order to preserve
Monticello, hIas been transferred pecans on his groves near here. O, MRS. FRED HOFFMAN been reported missing on an in- 8:00 P. M., at the church, and con- what hearing remains or even to
from Perrin FMeld to Roswell Army, Mrs. Alice K. Weaver,of Live Oak, spection flight over the Pacific. The tinuing a veek or more each night. remove the source of the trouble
Flying School at Roswell, New Mex- spent the week end here with her Mrs. America Schroeder Hoffman War Department has announced This is a rare treat, so avail your- and restore this faculty.
ico, for glider pilot training. son and brother. died Friday, October 23, at the home that Col. Hans Christian Adamson, self of the opportunity. Everyone The cau s f deafieAs are many
Mr. Kenneth Williams of the fac- Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson and of her son, Mr. F. A. Mahan, promi- historian and aviation specialist, invited. such as injuiies or deformity of the
ulty of the University of Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Howard of Co- nent Monticello nurseryman. Mrs. along with six other officers and ear, and disease. Scarlet fever, disGainesville, was a visitor in Monti- chran. Ga., were week end guests >f Hoffman had been in failing health men of the Army Air Force were CHRISTMAS eased tonsils, adenoids, and mastoid
cello last Thursday when he was Mr. W. S. Howard of the Dixie Ho- for some time. Coming to Monti- with Captain Rickenbacker. SEALS dieseare among the frequent
the guest of his mother, Mrs. J. F. tel. cello from Bloomington, Ill., Mrs. causes of ear trouble. Prevention
Williams. Mrs. A. N. Turnbull and little Hoffman had for the past four years EPISCOPAL CHURCH 1842of illness is the first defense against
Lt. Hampton Miller and Mrs. Mil- granddaughter, Alice Turnbull, of made her hoie with her son and The Rev. J. Hill Johnson, Rector this handicap.
_____The week of October 25 to 31 has ler, who have been the guests of Tallahassee, spent Tuesday here had won many friends here.
relatives in Monticello, left Sundayj with friends and relatives. Born in Bloomington, Ill., January All Saints Day-November 1. been designted as National Hearnight to return to Camp Ritchie, Mrs. Colin P. Kelly, of Madison is 9, 1847, Mrs. Hoffman was the last Holy Communion-9 A. M. i Week by the American Society
Md., where Lt. Miller is now sta- visiting her mother, Mrs. D. H. Mays of nine children of Dr. Herman Church School-10:30 A. M. for the Hard of Hearing. The Sotioned. in her home on Bloomer street. Louis Victor Schroeder and Marie, Holy Communion and Sermon- Protect Your Home cietyurges that everyone know the
Prinzessin von Buchau of Prussia. 11:301 A. M. 'nem simple facts about the causes of
As they were so delighted to reach Wednesday, November 4-Holy Protection of the home front is deafness and the need of guarding
this country the parents named Communion-10 A'. M. the slogan of the 1942 Christmas against them 0irough hearing tests
LOVETTS their eldest daughter America. Seal Sale and defense councils thru- for school and preschool children,
Mrs. Hoffman was the mother of PRESBYTERIAN -H C o Florida. A preview of the 1942 followed y medical- examination
Mr.Hfna a h ohro RSYEIN CHUR4CH(a -is show abve hi ea'
iBREAD ght children five of whom str- Robert'T. Wallace, Minister IeChristmas Seal, symbol of the war and profit treatment when indi-
S1 Vive: Edwin Abbott of Hollywood, hita el yblo.tewrcated.
Enriched Calif., James Mahan of Lockport, Sunday, Nov. 1. against tuberculosis, was- designed
with Ill., Fred Mahan of Monticello, Church School 10:30 nDa Nic outstanding Amer- II N EG
- .. -George Mahan and Walter Mahan of Worship Service 11:30 iban a we lai been os Te D R. A
Vitamins and Bloomington, Ill. Mr. Hoffman pre- Young People 6:45 barns have long been famous: The Dr. and Mrs. Cl'fford J. Gay an-nrIvswune- Minerals ceded her in death. Wednesday, Nov. 4, Church Fam- 1942 Seal shows a country scene nounce the birth of a daughter, PatalwcaW Funeral services were held from ywith the typical Nchols red barn on Tuesday, October 13,
16o- WITLOA? i i upr7P nd] white farmnhouse inl 'lie back-rciAue TedyOtor13'
Sold Here By the Frst Presbyterian Church in Home Mission Service 8 P. M. a in Arch old Memorial Hospital,
Bloomington. Ill., Monday, October ground. It is one of the most at- Thomasville, Ga. Mrs. Gay is the
Piggly Wiggly 26. tractive designs in a list that now former Miss Anne Frishmuth.
'WHEN LADIES EET' numbers 36, 'one for each one of the____Cawford, Robert Taylor, years the traditional Christmas Seal
Joan CrSale campaign for health funds has JOHN DAVIS ATKINSON
Greer Garson aid Herbert Marshall been conducted thruout the nation.
come to the screen as a notable all- The brilliant seal radiates the spirit Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Atkinson
-star cast in Metro-Qoldwyn-Mayer's of the slogan "Protect Your Home of Miaii are announcing the birth "When Ladies Meet," opening Wed- of a son, John Davis, on Tuesday,
nesday at the Katherine Theatr. Seals in Florida will be offered October 20.
S Based in Rachel Crothers' stage for sale by Florida Tuberculosis and Mr. Atkinson formerly lived here play, one of the big successes of Health Association and its affiliated' and is the grandson of the late Mr. Broadway, it is a lilting comedy of locals. and Mrs. Charles T. Carroll, Sr., a
i*6 i aou can tangled loves and bewildered lov- pioneer family of Monticello:
e rs.
. The story is played in ultra-mod- BUY U. S. WAR BONDS BUY U. 9. WAR BONDS
5iot it every tim e -.2.-,, -/ of the most attractive homes ever
designed for the screen. It repre- -IT TAKES "know how" to do a job right. The makers sets an old grist mill which has PROGRAM
of Coca-Cola have specialized in knowing how been rebuilt into a charming cotto produce refreshment. ge while still keeping the effect K ATHERINE T HEAT
I the old mill, -which dates back to
Coca-Cola is a quality drink carefully made.... Colonial times
with years of experience behind it. A finished,
MARKET REPORT BIG DOUBLE FEATURE
art in its making, unknown to others,gives RID O U RDA T .2&3
~RDY& SATURDAY-OOT. 29 & 30
Coca-Cola an unmatched 'taste-appeal with The Monticello Stock Yards reports a short run of battle and a fair DON'T MISS THIS ONE!
an unmistakable after-sense of refreshment. prn o hogt thi ru sale anE aN
run -of hogs at their regular sale, DANGER IN THE'Pb0V
A blend of special essences adds to the e Monday. A total of 686 cattle and Leo Carrilla, A. Divine, 6oh 'Terry
goodness of Coca-Cola an extra something > hogs. Hogs sold a quarter lower RAW416Z 1 RANdRi
that everybody welcomes. tand atttle around -a quarter lower Johnny Mack Brown, Fuzz Knight, Katheyn Adams
More than just thirst-quenching, ,Best steers & -heifers .$9 to ll.00 Also-CARTOOhJ
ice-cold Coca-Cola is the drink that- Medium steers & heifers 6 o80 MIDNIGHT SHOW STATURDAY NIGHT, 11 P. M.
goes into refreshing energy. Its re- < Med. & Comn. cows---5to 6.00 B M O M 'H~
freshment pleasantly lingers, Bulls---------- 6- to 8.50 Alan Baxter, Florence Rice
'Calpes------------7 to 12.00
remndng outha cntet-No. 1 hogs brought-------$12.80 Also-NEWS -and- COMED~Y
ment comes when you con- No. 2 hogs--_------- ----13.35 -SUNDAY & MONDAY
nect with a Coke. No. 3 hogs-------- --12.20 NOVEMBER 1 & 2
No. 4 hogs 1.2
* ~~~No. 5 hogs .. 22 j.
Roughs--------$8 to 12.00-( 4AS
Wartime limits the supply of Coca-Cola. Feeder pigs-- -.----10 to 14.00 ,
Those times when you cannot get it, .Bring your livestock next Monday.
remember: Coke, being first choice, sells 'M,.
out first. Ask for it each time. No matter how short -NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Probate Laws 19&33,
State of Florida, County of Jeffer- GOOD B!( MRE. NOR1'H -and- LATE WAR NBWS
son. _._____________________________You and each of you are hereby TU.ESD -BA Gfif DAY notified and required to present NVME
anelam and deand h ic you NOEM CAREFUi S6FT SHOULDERS
the estate of Eddie Hightower, de- Virginia Bruce, James Ellison*
b ,ceased, late -of Jefferson County, She knows all the best Firing Squads Florida, to flibe Courity Judge of
Jefferson Counity, Florida, at his Also-lMERRY IIAD' AS~
- ~~office in the Court House at Moniti- -___ __________________________- /cello, Florida, within eight calen- WEJ SD Y&T U D Y
/ -dar months from the date of the NEMER & 5~ RSA
. First publication of this notice. The NVEBf4&5
first publication .of this notice beso ing on October 30th. 1942. Ep61' )
-~ --claim or demand must be in writing S
When he whstle lows or luch, wrkersand must state the place of resi-, .I& makea be-lne fr t re cooer hatdence and post office address of holds ice-cold Coca-Cola Coke is the per. Thtbshiet y i becru!a it andut be sorny TO
according to law. airected b
This 27th. day of October, 1942. sostRT .UoN D
soTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY WELDING G. STARRY,
MONICELO OCACOL BOTLI1G OMPNYAdministrator of the estate of .
MONTCELO CCA-OLA BOTLIN CMP~l(TEddie Hightower, deceased. 10-30-4t Also-SER~itL -and- AIR EXPRESS NEWS




EIGHT THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1942
TOWN PRIMARY SMITH GIVES SIMPLE dipped or shoveled into tanks. It STARTLING SENSATIONS
ELECTION NOTICE PROCESS FOR MAKING should be thoroughly stirred for 15 PROMISED IN THRILLER
The Democratic Executive Corn- THE RIGHT WE FIGHT FOR CANE SUGAR AT HOME minutes every- three or four hours
-s nittee of the Town of Monticello, for two or three stirrings, then left The man who made' footprints
Florida, hereby calls a Primary .. Gainesville, Fla.-Florida farmers to stand for six or eight hours. "walk" through the snow has been
Election to be held on the 1st. day who want to make some old fash- 5. After it is cool the mass should at it again.
of De emoer y the Committee: ioned brown sugar to help relieve be transferred to an open barrel or He is Hollywood's man of magic,
Be it resolved by the Committee: .....
That a Primary Election for the -the sugar shortage will find the pro- other containers-good clean por- master of tricks and illusions, John
uonna' of canddate fof Townk ond luinJh
nomination of candidates for Town cess fairly simple, says .J. Lee Smith ous bags, preferably of cotton, are Fulton. Fulton recently has been
offices be and the same is hereby agronomist with the State Agricul- good-where the reamaining sirup devoting his extraordinary talents
called to be held in the Town Hall tural Extension Service. He lists may be drained off. Some farmers to a new addition to the "invisible"
inday of Denticembello, Florida, on the first1942. the following six points in the pro- put a few holes in the bottom of the series of feature filn productions.
'day of December 1942.seiso fetr l p duin.
That such Primary Election shall ,."cedure: barrel and stand canes-over them in The newcomer is Universal's "Invisbe held in all respects in conformity 1. Any well matured cane will a way to channel off the sirup with- ible Agent,"' coming Sunday to the
with the provisions in the Act in do, but that produced from stubble, out plugging the holes. Katherine Theatre. Headlining in
the Laws of the State of Florida
governing Primary. Elections in so higher An sucrose content, is pre- the new film are Ilona Massey, Jon
far as said provisions can be made ferred. Top it low, eliminating all The well drained sugar can be all, Peter Lorre, Sir Cedric Hardto apply, when not in conflict with green, immature joints, which can air-dried, and is satisfactory for wicke and J: Edward Bromberg.
the following rules and regulations. b be used for sirup or feed. many uses in the farm home. The original seen play of "InThat, at such Primary Election he og i a s ee y
there shall be nominated the fol- 2. Heat the juice, skim it, and visible Agent was suggested by H.
lowing officers: Mayor, Clerk & add lime water (made by dissolving BUY U. S. WAR BONDS G. Wells' "Invisible Man" story.
Treasurer,alliarshal & Tax Collect- I pound of lime in 2 quarts of wator, Tax Assessor, who shall hold office for one year. er) until the pH reading is 7 or w ............ .......................................................... ....................
Three members, of the Council until red litmus paper (bought at
who shall hold office for two (2) .the drug store)dipped in the juice ..
-ears, 0000.sos-ns ftrigbu.Lm
One member of the Council who shows signs of turning blue. Lme S
shall hold office for one year, to fill water helps clarify the juice, makes ece
Ihl holm rfieofor oeneouac, to afsirntllmk Save 50c a year
the unexpired term of W. H. Bel- skimming easier, and increases the
linger, resigned. sugar turnout. O YOUR SUBSCRIPTION TO
Three members of the Democrat- "nn
ic Executive Committee who shall "._. 3. Skim aS needed until a temhold office for two (2) years. perature of 238 to 240 degrees Fahr- cn dide
hee can rovded for, receiving office enheit is reached or until the juice Subscribe or renew at $1.50 a year
Smajority of the votes cast for the reaches a density of 42 degrees on BEFORE NOV. 1, 1942
said office shall be declared the the Baume hydrometer, when cooknominee for the said office. ing shoul cease. AFTER THIS DATE THE PRICE IS $2.00 2
To defray the expenses of this -o...__ _.__- 4. This high density mass, called See Our Offer On Front Page
election, every candidate for nomininat i on to any office herein provid- i-massecuite-, should be im mediately .......................... ..................................... ......... ... ............................
ed for, shall pay to this Committee
at the time of filing qualification NI oEI .. ........
statement the sum of $5.00 dollars, NOTICE OF ELECTION
except candidates for the office of
Council, who shall pay the 'sum of
2.00. HEREABS, The Legislature of 'q41, investment of sinking funds, said Board the acquisition, establishment, control of application, relating to the conseriva- day of April, 1941, embraced in Comma
Every candidate for nomination der the Constitution of 1885. ,he may use the sinking funds created for said and management, of hatcheries, sanctu- tion of salt water fish and salt water aloners' District No. 3, as described Iof any office herein provided for, ate of Florida, did pass 9 Joln so- boznds of any county or special road and aries, refuges, reservations, and all other products." Book "F" of the Minutes of the CountL
shall fil t sin utiOns proposing amendments ., 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 pagt
shal Se a staemenl i writing, onstitutlon of the State of Florida, and to purchase the matured or maturing for such purposes by the State of Florida 1941.194 et seq., except the territory embracec
signed with his or her signature, he saine were agreed to by a vote of bonds participating herein of any othei shall be vested in a Commission to be Filed office Secretar of State. J in the aforesaid Election Precincts numwith the Corumittee on or before three-fifths of all the members elected county or any other special road ano known as the Game and Fresh Water Fish 12. 1941. une bered 75 to 2 inclusive, and 26 to 32
twelve o'clock noon, November to each house; that the votes on said bridge district, or other special taxing Commission Such Commission shall con- n Princlusive, and except such parts of Elec1th ev e oe t n m bEer Joint Resolutions were entered upon their district thereof provided that as to said sist of five members, one from each con- A JOINT RESOLUTION PrOposing an lie east of tme western Shored 56, 60 and 61Bcay
i4th 1942 before the Primary Elec- espe le Journ is, with the yeas and matured bonds, the value thereof as an gressional district, as existing on January Amendment to Article 7, Section 3, p the Bay
tion. ays thereon and they did determine svetmet shall be the price paid there- 1, 941, who shall be appointed by Constitution of the State of Florida, other of the said Commissioners'
for, 'which shall not exceed the par value Governor, subject to confirmation by the onstitution Cf the State of Florida, Another of the said ommssioners' Di trNo sn canec voteth said ta e p rJioint 1,solu Relative to Census and Apportionment, trcts shall compris the terrtorl whircsh
tNo one pr oceedings or takeh Primary i ons be submitted to the electors of the plus accrued interest, and that said in Senate. The members so appointed shall by Amending ecton 3 of said Article so was on the 1st day of Aperi, 191i emthe procedinState at the General Election in Novem- vestment shall bear Interest at the rate annually select one of their members as as to Designate Broward County as a braced in Commissioners' D district No. em2 as
Election who is not under the Or- ner. t19o of three (3) per cent per annum. Chairman of the Commission. Senatorial District and designate Calhoun described in Book "F" of the Minutes of
d-nance of the Town of Monticello, NOW PHEREFORE, R. A. GRAY (c). The said Board shall annually 2, The first members of the Commis- County and Gulf County as a Senatorial the County Commissioners of said County
Florida, a lawful elector and auth- "3ecretar of State of the State of Florida use said funds in each county account slon shall be appointed on Jamiary 1. District. at page 194 et seq., except. the territory
orida, a lawful elector and auth- Jo hereby give notice that a first, to pay current principal and in- 1943 and shall serve respectively for one. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLA- embraced in the aforesaid Election Preto vote in the Annual Mu GENERAL ELECTION terest maturing, if any, of said bonds and two, three, four and five years. At the TURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA. cincts numbered 24 and 25, and such part
orized to vote inthe Annual Muni- GENERAL ELECTION gasoline or other fuel tax anti lpation expiration of each of such terms, a suc- That the following amendment to Section of Election Pecinct number 10 as lies
cpil Election, nor does not intend vill be 'eid in each county in Florlda on certificates of such county or special cessor shall be appointed to 3erve for 3 of Article 7 of the Constitution of the east of the western shore of Biscayne Bay
to support the nominees of the ruesc :ext 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
De crae Party in this Pimary, in No ber A D. 942. the said Tuesda taxing district thereof; second, to estab 3. The members of the Commission apportionment, designatin B r o w ar d be elected in Dade County at the genera
t i Annual Municipal 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
at the ensuing Annual Municipal 7 RD DAY OF NOVEMBER ture requirements of said bonds -nd services as such, but each Commissioner torial District, and Calhoun County and term of two years for which they shal
SElect on, nor has -not actually re- -or Ch 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 ofsided within the corporate limits ;aid J ':n Resolutions proposing amend- certificates where it appears the anticl- other expenses incurred while engaged in torial District, be and the same is hereby flce shall not be affected by this amend
of the T fMont F d 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 there shall be 11.
of te Town of Monticello, Florida, >f 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
a[ least six months immediately and third, any remaining balance out of in any one year. fibation or rejection at the General Elec- in pursuance of this amn~ndment
prior to said Primary Election. A JOIN'I RESOLUTION Proposing an the proceeds of, said two (2c) cents of 4. Among the powers granted to the tion to be held on the first Tuesday after County Commissioner who shall reside i
T mend,:. .-nt to Article IX of the Consti- 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
The registration books of the ation the State of Florida Relating to be remitted by said board as follows: power to fix bag limits and to fix open follows: and elected from the County at Large
Town of Monticello, Florida, shall, axati and Finance, By Adding Thefeto Eighty (80%) per cent to the State Road and closed seasons, on a state-wide, re- Section 3. The Legislature that shall Every County Commissioner of Dade
be opened from October 31st 1942 n A( onal 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 County who shall be elected at the gens oard Administration; Prescribing Its constrt ction of State Roads a'nd bridges be appropriate, and to' regulate the man- those that shall meet every ten years eral election in 1944 and thereafter shall to November 20th 1942, both days lowers -ad Duties, and Providing for the within the county, or for the lease or ner and method if taking, transporting, thereafter, shall apportion the represen- hold office for a term of four years. Tih
inclusivye, 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
This Cmmittee shall co ile the f 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 This C ittee shall compile the for (1) 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.
results of said Primary Election as All O..uanding Bonds Issued By Any Commissioners of such county -or use on have the power to acquire by purchase lation as practicable, but no County shall Approved by the Governor, May 28, 1941
shown by the returns of the Inspec- County r 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
tutors, declare the same, and certify rct P:.Ir to First Day of July, A. D. (d). Said Boad shall have the -ower convenient for the use of the Commission ment, and each District shall have one 1941
tors, declare the sae,1931 10 oad and Bridge Purposes, and to make and o in the exercise of its powers hereunder. Senator; provided that Broward County.
to the Town Council the names of tor (2, Publc Highway Purposes.to near oe ll r s 5. The Commission shall appoint, fix Florida, shall constitute the Thirty-ninth A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing a L.
theTownCf for (2, Pblic Highway Purpses. latlons necessary to the full exercise of the salary of, and at pleasure remove, a (39th) Senatorial District, and Calhoun Amendment to Section 1, of Article X of those nominated for the offices pro- BE 1. RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLA- the powers hereby granted and no legis- a of
v'ded for herein t which shall cause rURE F THE STATE OF FLORIDA lation shall be required to render this suitable person, as Director, and such County, Florida and Gulf County Florida. the Constitution of Florida, Relating to
SThat the following amendment to Article anend nt of full force and operate Director shall have such powers and shall constitute the Fortieth' (40) Sena- Homestead and Exemption. so as to PerS nes of such nominees to be IX of the Constittion of the State o f effect from and after January t duties as may be pres ribed-by the Com- toral District; and at the same time the mit the Wages, Salary or Income from
athe names of such nominees to be IXof the Constlttion f the State o effec t from and after January 1st, 1943 mission in pursuance of its duties under Legislature shall also apportion the rep- any source Whatsoever Due to any Person
placed on the official ballot to be y ad lag thereto an additional section of said taxUre shall cong the life of thlevies this Section. Such Director shall, sub- resentation in the House of Representa- the Head of a Family as Provided Therein
otdat the ensuing Annual Muni- bi Ject to 'the approval of the Commission, tives, and shall allow three (3) Repre- to be the Subject of Garnishment to the
yoted ris lcin -to bek town as Section 16 of said Article Amendment, and shall not enact any law appoint, fix the- salaries of, and at sntatves to ach of the fivemost Popu- Exten t o more than 25% thereof
cipa l Election. IX cre,, .. ng a State Board of Administra- having the effect of withdrawing the pro- apitfxth slreso, ndat sentatives to each of the five most popu- Extcut of not more than 25% thereof to
A SEection, Pl IX cret.i ng a Stat e Board of Am nistra- 'ha ng the effect of w ithdrawing the pro- pleasure remove, assistants, and other lous counties, and two (2) Representa- the Courts of this State, as May be Pro- A Second Primary shall be held tion; ,rsscrlblng its powers and duties, ceeds of sald'two (2c) cents of said taxes employees who shall have such powers tives to each of the next eighteen more vided by Law, ,or the Payment of any
on eceber11t 192, f ncesar and p. dividing for the use of the pro- from the operation of this -amenidment amp~e~ osalea ucht tives to each of the next eighteen more vided by Law, -for the Payment of any
on december th 1942, if'necessary and p vding for the use of the pro- from the operation of this anedment and duties as ma be assigned to thbm populous counties, and one Representative Obligations Arising by Express or Impliled
on ceeds as two cents per gallon of the The Board shall pay refunding expenses by the Commission or the Director N6 to each of the remaining counties of the Contract Subsequent to the Adoption of
to determine the nominee for any gasolin- or other motor fuel tax for (1) and other expenses for services rendered Commissioner shall be eligible for any State at the time o such apportionment this Amedment: and further Providin
Office herein provided for, at the the pa -nent and retirement of all' out- specifically for, or which are properly such appntment or employment. S atould the Legislaturim e of such t apportionme t this Amendment: and 'CasFurther Providingcome
Town Hall in Monticello Florida standing bonds issued by any county chargeable to, the account of any county 6. The funds resulting from the op the representation In the Senate and in of Less than Twentyfive Dollars per We k
Sor special road and bridge district prior from funds distributed to such county; ration of the Coe mmsession and fromn the the House of Representates at any Except as to Necessities of Life as May
The following are hereby appoint- to the First Day of July, A. D. 1931, Tor but general expenses of -the Board for administration of the iaws and rega regular session of the Legislature s~t any be Defined by the LegislatUre. a
ed nspctos ad Cerk of aid road and bridge purposes, and for (2) services rendered all the counties alike atm rato ofthedlawsmand regula- regular session of the Legislature at any, be Defined by the Legislature.
ed Inspectors and Clerk f said road and bridge purposes, and fr (2) serves rendered all the counties alike ions pertaining to irds, game, fur bear- of the times herein designated, it' shall BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLAPrimary Election: Thos. L. Folsom, public highway purposes, is hereby agreed- slall be prorated among them and paid Ing animals, fresh water fish, reptiles be the duty of the Legislature or Legis- TURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA
Primary le n ls o and shall be submitted to the electors out of said funds on the sae basissaid and amphibian, together with any other latures succpeding such regular session That the following amendment to Sec.
J. Howard McClellan, M. H. Wilson of the State of Florida for iatification or tax proceeds are distributed among the funds snfecifcally provided for such pur- of the Legislature, either In Special or tiqn 1, Article X of the Constitution o1
Inspectors, and John Cureton, Clerk. rejection at the next aGeneral Election to several counties; provided, report of said pose shall cotitute the State Game Regular session, to apportion the repr- Florida. authorizing the garnishment o
D IDM WNN be bel)' 'n' 1942, as follows: expenses shall be made to each- Regulai Pund nd shall eue yte oms Regular session, to apportion the repre- Florida. authorizing the garnishment of
DAVID M. WINANS "Sect' :1 16 (a). That beginning Jan Session of the Legislature, and the Legis- n and shall be used by the Commis- sentation in the Senate and in the House any wages, salary or income due ay
Chairman Democratic Executive tary 1, 1943, and for fifty (50) years latur may limit the expenses of the son as shalldeen fit in carrying out of Representatives, as herein provided person who is the head of a family, as
Chmthereal the proceeds of two (2c) cents Board." th e, provisions hereof and for no other The preceding regular Federal or regular provided therein, to the extent of 25
-Committee. peregaitc o the oeeal two (2e)ie nt Boad. t purposes. 'The Commiission may not obi State-Census, whichever shall have been thereof, be, and the same Is hereby agreed
Attest: T. G. BISHOP ptte gaen Go the tal naxa lvhee r tikebend rs e
State 1 upon gasoline and other like led bn office Set of State, May 13 of the State Game Fund uhless ouces- taken nearest any apportionment of Rep- to and shall he submitted to the electors
Member of Committee. produc. of petroleum, now known as 1941 all o theorized the L lat e resentatives In the Senate and in the of the State in the General Electon of
14auhrzdbth Leilt re.nale nteSnt n nteofteSaeI h ee~lEeto
the Se i Gas Tax, and upon other fuels 7 healy so ay egsu House of Representatives,. shall control Representatives in 1942 for their approval
________ used t< oropel motor vehicles, shall as A JOINT RESOLUTION Proosing an n The Legislature may enact any laws in making such apportionment. In the or rejection, that is to say, that Sectio
collectE be placed monthly in the State Amendment to the Constitution of the aid of, but not inconsistent with, theall evenx- t the Legislature shall ail to re- I of Article X be amended by adding
NOTICE Roads 'stribution Fund' in the State State of Florida to be known as Section isin of is an dmen th da ox- apportion the representation n the Leg- thereto the following Section:.
Treasury and divided into three (3) equal of Article XVII Relati to A edmt sting laws consistent herewith shall no islatTre as required by this amendment, ection 1-A. That the salary, wage Treasur, and divided Into three (3 equal of Artcle XVII Relating to Amendment longer remain in force andovernr hall (within thirty days and income from any Source whatsoevo
_-r-- parts whichi shall be distributed monthlv oenrsal(wti hrydy
S a Regular Meeting of the Board among the several counties as follows: BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLA- laws fixing penalties for the violation water the adjourame o the regular ses due and owing, or to become due a
S ofi tOO Ly coUmissioners, the fol- One part according to area, one part TURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA of the provisions of this amendment and o) call the Legislaure together inex- owing to any person who is the head Of
uW-g persons were appointed as according to population, and one part ac- That the following Amendment. to, be all laws intposing license taxes, shall be traordinary session to consider ihe ques- a family residing in this State, shall be
cording to the counties' contributions to known as Section 3 of Article XVII of enacted by the Legislature from time to tioh of reapportionment and suc extra- the subject of garnishment in the course ipecLO'S and 'Clerks to serve at the cost of State road construction in the the present Constitution be and the same time ordinary session of the Legislature Is of this State as may be provided by law.
i0e general Election to be held ratio of distribution as provided in Chap- is hereby agreed to shall be submitted to Approved by the Gopvernor, May 5, 1941 hereby mandatorily required to reappor- to the extent of not more than 25% of ve er rdA. D. 1942 ter 15659, Laws of Florida, Acts of 1931 the electors of the State at the general 1Filed in office Secty of State. May 5 tionby
e A and telecto of e State t he hl in 1941. tion the representation as required by such salary, wages and income, for tlh
u e andfor the purposes of the apportion- election of Representatives to be held In 1941. this amendment before its adjournment payment of any obligations arising by ex
Precinct o. meant based on the counties' contributions the year A. D 1942. to-wit A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an (and such extraordiary session so called press or implied contract subsequent t
A. P. Porter, S. -R. Cone, Fred for the cost of State road construction, Section 3. If at any regular or ape- Amendment to Article Five of the Con- for reapportionment shall not be dIsited t he adoption of this amendment pr o
S nsp sand T Ma the amount of the contributions estab- cl or extra session, the Legislature. by stitution of Florida by Adding Therea to expire at the end of twenty days or vded, however, that the Legislature ish all Ya's, lspectors, ys listed by the certificates made in 1931 vote of three-fourths of all members Additional Section Relating to the lec- at all, utl reappotnment effected, no extend the right of garnishment
clerk. pursuant to said Chapter 15659, shall be elected to each House, shall determine tion of Circuit Judges. and .shall consider no business 6ther than herein provided where the salary is $25.
-trecinct No. 2 taken and deemed conclusive- in comput- that an emergency requiring an early d- BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLA- such reapportionment.) or less per week except to necesoities 61
Reece F E W. Hart, J. H. in the monthly amounts distributable cion by the electors of the State exists. TRE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: Approved by the Governor, June 7, 1941. life as may from time to time be defined
aghle>-*e*according to sa ct io Sh n amnuof-the Filed in of ice Secretary of State, June by the Legislature.
Shellield, inspectors, andJim Lacy, funds so distributed shall be administered ing with the subjectimatter of such emer State of Florida be amended by addi n 1941. .Approved by the Governor. June 11
cilerkl s n by the State Board of Adinministration as gency may be proposed, and if the pro- thereto an additional Section to be known filedd in office Sooty of State. June
e Precinct No. hereinafter provided, posed Amendment be agreed to by a as Section 46 of said Article rela ton A JOINT tESOLUTION ProposIng an 1941.l i
(b) The Governor as Chairman, the three-fourths vote of all the mem rs the Election of Circuit Judges be, and th Amendmot to Artle VI gf the Con- 1941.
Will Barrett, J. A. Barrett, C. B. State Treasurer and the State Comp- elected to each House. the same shall be same is hereby agreed to and 1all be sttuton of the State of Florila, Relating
10miltont, inspectors, and E. I. Bras- troller shall constitute a body corporate entered upon their respective journals submitted to the electors of the State of to County and Mun cipal Governments. A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing the BE IT ENAOTED BY THE LUGISLA- Amendment of Section 16 of Article XVI/
elcek, to be known as the 'State Board of Ad- with the yeas and nays thereon There- Florida for ratification or rejection at B TEAIE H EIL*Aedeto eto 6o ril V
ministration,' which Board shall succeed upon, at the same session, the Legisla- the Ggneral Election to be held on' the TURE OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA: of the Constitution of Florida, Relating
thtthe follwn am endet to Article to Taxation of Property of Corporations,
Precinct No. 4 to all the power, control and authority ture shall provide for a special election first Tesday after the first Monday in III of the Ccl atutiond o the State f with Certain Exemptions for Religious.
A. W. Powell, B. M. Alligood of the statutory Board of Administration to be held not less than ninety nor more November, 1942, as follows: son
Leonard Green, inspectors, and Said Board shall have, in addition to such than one hundred eighty dqys after ad- oSection 46. Circuit Judges shall here- Florida relating to County and M uIcipal Scientific, Municipal, Educational, Litereod powers as may be conferred upon it by journment and for publication of notice after be elected by the qualified electors Governments, to be numbered Section 11 ary, Fraternal on Charitable Purpoees. 1arvin Sasser, clerk. law, the management, control and super- thereof, at which special election the pro- of their respective judicial circuits as orsi Article VIII. be and the same I BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LGISLA.
Precinct No. 5 vision of the proceeds of said two (2c) posed Amendment shall be submitted to other States and County official are the agreed to and shall -be submitted TRE OF THE STATE OF- FLORIDA:
cents of said taxes and all moneys and the electors of the State for approval or elected, to rejetion t th next general elec- mnt to Section 16, of Article flof the
J. S. Older, M. D. 'Walker, Tom other assets which on the effective date rejectioji: provided, that if a general elec- The first election of Circuit Judges tion o reedton ao the nxtte e ral elc- m too Section 1 6 Th te o V lod he
inspectors, of this amendment are applicable or may tion of Representatives is to cur within shall be held at the General Electo ie held
etter, clerk, become applicable to the bonds of the said period, such Amendment shall be 1948 to take office on the first Tuesday Section 11. The County Commissioners lating to taxatiozn of the property of co-r
Precinct N0. s everal counties of this State, or any submitted to the electors at such genera after the first Monday in January, 1949, of nDade County who shall be elected at operations, Wth certain exemptions for re
precinct iNO. 6 special road and bridge district, on other election. for to f six y a nuar. 'the generall election iln 1942 shall immedi- ligious, scientific, municipal, educational.
T. B. McDonald, Sam Cooksey, T. special taxing district thereof, issued If a majority of the eleotors voting The terms of all such offices as they ately after the begin l go their terms literary, fraternal or charitable purposes,
G. Bishop, inspectors, and John t u e1st, r rds ad u the p osd Amendmetshal sha every ext tthe t'el of O ofice, redi0trc Dade ounty into five ne, ad the same is hereby agreed to, n
G.retihp cl erk s, ad Jh ridge purposes. lThe word ",Bonuls",o as adopt theAmendment,rpse mnmnthe same shallabe- tion of althis Amendment t emshall obeadp.n Coulty Com loner' Districts -to be slal be subm tted to the electors of tile
LuetoIL Cerk. .used herein shall include bonds, time come a part of this Constitution. This they are hereby extended to terminate numbered 12y the said Commissioners from State of Florida, fer ratification or rejecPr0cillet NO. 7 WCar1ants notes and other forms of in- Amendment shall not be held to super- on the first Tuesday after the first Mon*- one to five reaslbetiveiy and delineate tion, at the next general election to be
PrenctWill K debtedIness sued for road and bridge sede or in anywise affect any existing day in January 1949," the boundaries of such Districts in such held in 1942; that is to say that the said
ulcall, ie Kinsey, purposbs by any county or special road provision of the Constitution relating to Approved by the Governor, June 12, n.ner as to include within theaoo espec- Section 16 of Article XVI of the ConatJohn Jenkins, inspectors, and Duff and bridge district or other special t:.xtnr Aendments, but shall be regarded as 1941 tivO Districts tiTitory as follows: tuition of the State of Florida be amended
- Sm th clerk, distriCt, o'uthtanding on July 1st, 1931, or an additional method of Amendment ,uFlled in office of Seoretary of State One of the said Comimissfoners' Dis- so as to read as follows:
~ ?..T oany refunding isjnles thereof. Said Board thereto. Jun 13. 1941 tricts shpll comprise the territoy which "Section 16. The property of all corPrecinct No. 8 shall have the Statutory powers of Boiards ne was on the 1st day of April, 1941. em- porations, except the property of a cor*
G A. Walker, J. T. Walker. A. A. or County Commissioners and Bond Approved by the Governor, May 5, 1941 bOoraced wthin EleetoD2 Precindtas um- poration which shall construct a shi of
Bishop, inspectors, and W. A. Dut- -Trustees and of any other Authority of Filed in office Secty of State May 5. A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an nbered 24 wto 32, elusive, and also such barge canal across the pennula of 1ora -cal road and bridge districts, and 1.tiAmendment to Article Sixteen of the Con- ants of election Precincts numbered 10, Ida, if the Leg slature should so enact.
s oooton, clerk Predspeal taxing districts thereof with s no and 1 as lie east of the western whether heretofore or herbaftter incor=PrClet NO. 9 regard to said bonds,. (except that the A JOINT RESQLUTION Proposing an additional Section Permitting the Legis- shore of Blacayne Bay, all as established orated, shall be subject to taxation, unS W. T. Tinm1mons, John Beaty, Sam qbr towittifeltrlor ^dtAmendment to Article IV of the Consti- lature to vest the Powers of making Rules b sra)u o t dCN tes x property be he d "od b o
W.lih Jnpc o hn u ~eBPtr pressly withheld from said board) and "tuiton of the State of Florida Relative and Reglations Relatin~g to the Conser- bya olutio of n CY onty Com- tes esucht oa es ol'nd- usedt thro
1 n n shall take over all papers, document and bthe ExecutiDnpret bo Adr a t 18ala o Frkh'on1 1anWater ber.14, 1939, designated as Resolution No. for religious, scientific, municipal, educlerk, ecords concernin$ the earn. Said Bd~rd thereto an Additional Section to Create Products in a Board or Commission. 107rl; ational. literary raternal on charitable
ccPrecinct No. sha- have the powar from time t ti a Game and Fresh Water Fish Commis- BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLA- Another of the amid Districts shall corn- purtposes." 11ov I however, this amenDL-M re, O. B e u t tue refuqdin bonds to mature with- sion. TURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: prise the territory, and only the territory, mmt shall not ,ffect the provisions of
in the said fifty (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
C. L. McClellan, inspectors, and Ar- or said outstanding sonds or iterest TURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA of the State of Florida be amended by embraced in Commissioners' District No. Constitution of Florida.
chie Pace, clerk. thereon, and to secure them by a pledge That the following Amendment to Article adding thereto an additional 'Section to 4 and Commissioners' District No. 5. as Aplhroved by the Governor, June 11
of antilc ted racepts from such gaso* IV of the Constitution of the State o be known as Section 32 of said Article 16, described in Book "P," of the Minutes of 1941. Precinct No. 11 line or other fuel taxes to be dit tituted Florida relative to the Executive Depart- authorizing the Legislature to vest the the Elounty Commistoners of said Coun- Filed in office Secretary of State. June
Nathan Kelly, N. H. Connell, John to such county as herein provided, but ment by adding thereto an additional power of making rules and regulations ty, at epage 194 et seq.; 11, 1941.
bn.. 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 Commissioners' Dis- The votes cast in compliance with said 11'illiams, inspectors, and E. H. not at ow bear: and to lasue, sell a Aiticle 13, creating a Game and Fresh and salt water products in a bOard or triots shall comprise the territory which proposed amendments, and the canvass, Gro Precinct No. 12 unt or the sole purpose of retiring said is hereby agreed to and shall be submitted agreed to, and shall be submitted to the braced in Commlssioners' District No. 1, subjected to the same regulations and
BnnePope No e bonds Issued by su cunote o r acin al to the Electors of the State of Florida electors of the State of Florida for ratifi- as described in Book '" of the minutes 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 Commislioners of said generall elections in the State of Florida. Li'-i10 Poppell, inspectors, and Mrs. taxing district thereof, gasoline or other Election to be held on the first Tuesday to be held on the first Tuesday after the County, at page 1)4 et saq., and also all IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF., O!lie O'Neal, clerk. 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
. intere~it at not more tIan three (3) per as follows: ', lows: of April, 1941, embraced in Election Pre- and affixed the Great Seal of
C.. J. IREAMS, chairmann cent per annum in such denalominations Section 30. 1. From and after January "Section 32. The Legislature may vest oincts numbered 75 to 82, in~olusive, as the State of Florida, at TalBoard of County Commissioners and maturing at suh time within the 1, 1943, the management, restoration, con- in such Board or Commission, now cre- e tablished by the aforesaid Resolution SNAL lahassee, the Capital, this the
Jeffeison County, Fla. fifty (50) year 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
.tels: CLYDEH ,deterina. In addition to exeainlg the game, fur bearing animals, and fresh thority to make and establish rules and Another of the said Distriots shall Corn- R. A. GRAY,
Attest: CLYDE H. SAUnLS, Clerk. 2t o ow provided by statute for the water fish, of the State of Florida, and regulations without regard to uniformity prtse the territory which was on the 1st Storetary or stats
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dates or sequential designation Began in 1903.
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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mods:dateCreated January 5, 2005
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mods:title Weekly constitution (Monticello, Fla.)
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