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The Monticello news
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Monticello news (Monticello, Fla.)
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Monticello, FL
ECB Publishing, Inc., Emerald Greene - Publisher
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v.58 no.17 November 13, 1942


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Newspapers -- Jefferson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Jefferson -- Monticello
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Began in 1903.
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:Lo.5a1~~~~~Th r~rso~i Slcie~~1 esponIse to, the call for books The Post Office Depal'tmn4 'ow'
:Service Systemn have~ earned thle mj~a esp n an&i ttn b~oLgantic taskin
grai fdeo~ heentr~ ~Ntin fr ~andi musical instrument hasbeeni its historY-the mtovemient of fi r and efficient discharge of ~nyfi.~eo hita ~l, ad
outy, President> Joosivelt declared 1 in his (Ciournibus D~ay address over~ a < is little -o -d at m t trhua lWoi 4hn fpee
at~~nwi~lera ohobk~p ~.belle, so won't you -please help out? iiuail,,daily t~o and frdoli r~ Tihe successful operation of Selec- A The three drug stores will take gill foc l vth rd
in the procuremnt of mnffor thle o f C~isms mail will be the lag
~~rii~ fotccs, e~Pre ident< said .< ~ s91iqd
ighitte beaedte sf1mfl t& th~e "D~N1 her, latest month! fr' which.figure
miult beappled sccesfull to le wTIWNIS a avilable, retail sales had eac
dnt111irn apONwe prlemn of the K frd a l. -~P IEW e1vel second Only~ tote re oi
ofmnt tosf~ Decembier 11941, acdih VlCa, appova of .--sletv S-~<~.1 ~ to the Department ofi, orimn{c
viel elar e apr ltie felscofien T he following guests weri itro- And sales are riig $uchhev
flint if~ similar r egslio i sscary. to maintain war produe- on< ued a h Kwm te unhol maclinse bysprae
totieAeian eopl will no O.L. agriculturalaget Ja~ckson- If thousands ~ ~
shinkfrmi.Hsad A.E F. MOE NONORTH AFRICA vlie; C. D). Swffor, A.,CL. liestock ors, aines and civian fiens
Cqs ee~+iicn e levlaiid, Ohio., Souilpto.-Th7 o0Vs1142T ofAeia odessprted ~avaland A r avelbpmeit cause~ of~id til prmeleg of soljier ciie- li~v esalsegech Dr. W. -W. Williamns, Jacksonille, tflas t~e.-h ubli must cooprt
auseqf i prvijge 13.5 i~euhavees b ihed ~ac1~iads and have advanr~ced inland at. initeros po ints around Casalanca quit Ragat ~ttf~~ aPitShaSjd h~'e1e
r s- at~yheS~etV e-in French 'Morocco. lges surreal ered to U. S., troops Sunda il a n a~irdrome~ Wer taken over in(. ips
thace. viiiy The aifil aJllt Ornas sTpr o1,'i mrchands C Smpon Tallah~assee, Re.B. A. and by> addressing lefteran
"The'Nationi owes a-debt of grailiyont~Te~ifdgtOaft'~s~-pre~ t i m(r Both.~ eelsproerly. Th-bs efors f
tude to -tfie',Seectie Serice Bo6ards, 'Richard Simpsonp roposd -ta thePost Office Deatmn e ln
Th& cesfuo he 'SCLX TBS Dr- I..-BLC OU til clb omnit electif, 'a vice presi- cannot be enough, in view ofwr
selective, an theto~ FS IET STDY US HfISTORICAL EPIC SURIPRISE BLACKOUT for~dfC~W(~-rdsn
Seetv er~ice Systemn i I ay it hsbeen accepted byte A LASIN17-14,SPNORDB EPCED ANY' TIMEmust atile
great nass of our, 013e~ i~su iO~MA)~T~LO C*9OSEY INTRUCTIN discusSiQn'r R] chr Si{n made a The fremailing privilge granon ~ ~ ~ lir isc that, tof bee~hr -tm r nakota~do Utl~ioln that thle club4 a1rqtee d nmbers of h armed fore
sae-rinciple col be' used ~ gif to be r tl L do Librty,, whichopens ,nii Monticello gets' -permanetsauntelc ore
o iy~n~p i rien'in group meetings of, loa-nm ,t tieKthrh-'ha oil Wed- air raid signal, we wil use the a7 vice prsdet The :otio ha rasd theirmingsoe3
sleaymnoe prbe. farmers~ in Jefferson (1ku1ty thnnsay tmzesor thall a cei- ,vistle at M~orris' Mill. The signal rid ercent it isi etimated. , Selective Serie Waishuigt The reoto h oiaigo hC ocsas sadn ai
_________ever e~before, said James E3. Maxwell, tury and a half of Amecis -y wil bea 3 short and one long, repeat- 7oiiia~a d d~adten pt} o~~b~en
Cont 1~arni Security Adfbi nistra- i a feat e motion p-etue thpatr ofn the several~ tie.Tealofa"comte th e osa bdi. ddx
GADN CLUB NEWS- tion, 4 dy. l ess [hall Ial hou an ahlonte sn~alilb two~s long 'basts, ls o 'elected presidential ies, Afred Foster; mailing'ifts to Army and Nvy pr
M r -T B.A -- i ig to sc re n rep~di. ( in. t e ia ted sei rl tim s. n o g b a a s e i d t A 1 o h a c r ~ r v
f1'e <1?omd~ Ci~e~wi if~i 0 1 sh~ild as~e~Xia~e4 By selecting sequences from, 11,21 We~ ar~e expectinrg a surpriseI black ,.,ecretaryetre'asurtr, Waldo noon, November 16,, at 4 o'elock. talk .about w.ays of heling towndffrn eatures, shorts anid revvs- 'ou~t ~fatly time. When tlhs comtes, H~ughes Jr iuNrb ms.1haNw-y otofc li. _!KFtl~oi*l e --ntew~>~D~~~ follow te inistructions thathae.J.W umtNrrfaser7,
M-.D A ilyo ilb ntewrb ofn toejptr Th r'eels, Cecil.B De i hs~ Jiro ht te pens, Joe Carr. ports that i aeOtbr
by *prin~ toet~er. t o thei, screen~ in, vivid fashes the been giv' out a number of times. iteonLur asihpfel wrhalddd str of million of~ the an women Turjn otylrigs;do not u~se the diy-n.
_og-ii, alred avci sioofilmo~4innaidw jgjy'ueigis ch3arged with ife dut 'of ac n thatoffice alone.
-< - - ~ ogrin h'ea y ~au' ipl d1~ d who struggled to -attain anid defenid phone unless in oin e rg-ency, and e i e b v i h rlp a~ i e h e psn- ep r m Tle, Nosegay G arden< Circle w1~i themslves almst- uiversally to aaeia devic.- -athm uls ouhv ~~~e of Whc~he~ to display the~t TePstenOuficeffoeprt nt ais
meet with Mrs. Jo~hn 'Cook, Monday; oe~olshfs fw ~t The picture opens in Colonil jb w~ith~ te Defense Council. ~ rie Noveber16, t 4o'clck.Mrs.J. arvet tme ractically -oven, aiir times. Vexnuresomne settlers ,in erfl a si aei
Novmbe 16 at4 ~cgrouprs etig wlbe turned into ~ -J. C2. Waldiron JIr., 4jnnounced~that 1918 under similar~ cond1itionsdr
G.______ Anesnwl-ejithses America, seelkillIf mank~ind's second aziz RTOin
0. nde~o~ wikb jontoostscil-s of war. TIhey are. getting MILEAGEu1 RATION ~ lse htas bu*il a- mahn hred- ing th Firs Worl Wapr. it
-'~~cane buildu -hbomes and~ organize ~I.
seiu -aot ho to -ufl thOS6 lca overnmnt f. -oiirig fthiers- WILL BEGIN NOV 2 dingsweet potatoes'for stock feed succed in those efforsancL -voi pcles -- -e reubi are4-an aregh lifvotgt emnstrat- he Ii.or its p~trons-i
UDf Toic of diesi mnsalFrtdtisotepa orto gisuehe Publiwil rcooperate by mall'n
SPRSM N O1NE 4pi, fc SM$ Aa -eN n.- ;rt eai, o te a ortinig ttuehe-,1 scretheig erl.______11m tl Wasington, Thoms Jeff erson, Atl- bile miligh earlytan.________IIAcolumn devoted to the supervisor~ said ,will be: xne Twhich goes into effect Novein- value -of sweet a tote ka
interest -of Jefferson 'County -xne Hailo an Jam- es Mail her 22' were announced toa byfed Mr. 'an Mrs. Fred AMahan have
II Wl~Jif& ndi- is ere'vton 1 -Shar ing fairm equipment and soin ar -portrayed as per snaliisM.Rtrichin. oteaunItwsesJedatTe 5U11giss Widie n t Mr.4"',, -~rshiia of th Rato-) Iwa eov-ttth.gcul-a hi uetkh>ate' itri
-~ acqu'iing 'jointly the mahnr in acia w. -Mrs~d ,.~~oniite rg o < dml7 H. P. Knechit anxd the fr
thtmybesae adta sml "Ln f~.Lby ismreta a B1efore mo torists can otig- Iostration oif the potato. shredder. me'snic,----Raph---zcea~
Edited by ;F. W. ,arrol-- faater. needs but never -has -been. f-ofaiitr It h(goni'a<11 idrte-ny rg_-thy on~d hter Nancy, of IndianaConservation1 Ofie a bl -to buy or msealog, -becauise his rich tapestry into whichl have een xnt iC4 10- polis, Ind.
pace istoo sma Itto justify ith' LOCen FORDk
u country's, nrneit
s bee mucle -P o---- il hand~ with -the lical War PriceM CHNI
preenio as to-the effect-it would-,2 Lending a adto,, his neigh- But' "Land, of Liberty" makes it, and -RatiofiingBoard. h efro -ut Se tr
~~e~het~sion beene bult y padsligtgte tanI{~- tearsar important ti p PIntrs Ill obtain new location in the buildiing 0CC ______________--throu-h mucnh eiffort and. -mny new moey crops together. hiefly in-h ece to whch be forms~ from any~ if a -number of Oifi pe>ly- ef~o alsCi- WlHVLLV~
~*~a3. workan~n loaboros~~ig'a fo harvst- pr~eserve ;demiocratic institutions.~i11 desfnited Tire I nspection p-any.
protectin~i wild- life. -h --- ~ rededica~tion of the G~overnmen Stains This form must be filled _Mr, J. Wy Pat has -turned It-va--orgn conclusion tha Ofi ~aJi1 A4i h-p~f the< 'nstifutio' by out 41ul thie ser~ial number of each ~ ~ ~ ~ pte elWwrkr )a hat sP~
cosrvto woldos to 'a great Pri mn0e ob ~- esiden Ro so that- the.i~ total jo:ofhepngt
extet. Te inuctin ofso mny Hglie andCongecomes as B tioiig Board.> the- Purina prdcs jAssociatd mniy canenjoy goo healthad
<'ithnt ~e Iidutipi'-f s i~anywin the vyza may be dtome more ef~-fi --into the< armed forces; the defense fitd'~vl -,ting climax to-'a picture wi aiu gige ai iligsa~ th Mr. Pate is Jludge B. 'Shumni, protection from prevenitable> dise
--projects would. normally reduce the hr.asbe ~gneaies -/ --1-deintda service agent, Who will bei harge es just to the extent~ they~ arewiln
menime-> th-lss f lcenes Moeo-~dcosaogfrer i h OAC AT work.' M~r. Pate will deliver and4 The idea applies equally wellt
- th at- e t sb w a 's an t c ei~ d ls s -od cSro." -am oi his c t ,ne r o a x fohrmay ti o n l m u st e o n s f jie'w ith th e I l t : s l s ~ ~ e ~ l e t n e t f n g h a s r ~ e, argauii hsc'nN.~~-~ nijeest hxouh ,diversion --of well said,- far beyond anyI3thing I(hey -Mrs. C. L. Moe entertained in- Rationing Board -bef ore- Now-ember I wnill a~et o~nn ~k-R i h reetoo~u~e~l~~~
thouhtsan~ ineress> ii he r'yever< produced before, acertain'$r lybe- formally on Tuesday mo hung' With 15,-NMr. MorrisJ5 sad. ~i* l i~ ln fdfneo ~i~
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ fr m1haagr-mte o inii ~'941., 1 C m i pa r g p m n-p f -i n n I O N

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The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., Friday, November 13, 1942
. Trucks Now Rolling Over Alaskan Highway, OUSEHOLn
1~l SMA Custards can be enhanced by
NEW S U a bay leaf boiled in the milk.
RM~ NOTES OF A NEW YORKER Broiled vegetables brown better.
THIS IN WASHINGTON when dipped in salad oil or meltd
Memos. on the Congressional butter.
Limited: * *
The FBI personnel is now 13,000, When, sandpapering surfaces.
of which 4,600 are agents (G-Men) :that are to be painted, the work
W EEK in the field .. In 1932 the FBI is-made much easier if sandpaper
had only, 300 of them.. The. Bu- over a small block of
By LEMUEL F.PARTON reau- now hassixty million, sets of wood.,fingerprints-and every morning .
Coslidated Featues.- NTJ Release. .t.
Consolidated'' F -wNU..... Release "...125,000 new sets arrive ., This. is It is not usually advisable to let
NEW YORK.-In this war it ap- due to the many defense workers, prepared but uncooked vegetablespears that newly appointed army, navy, mares, air force, et stand for any time in water; it
commanders always look more al .. An agent can find a set of frequentl34 causes a loss of mineral
promising than the men they suc- prints within two minutes The content.,-.
Adm. Halsey jr. ceed The exact amount of U. S. currency condossier re-' fiscated in the arrest, of thre eight
Has Both His Sea veals a sea saboteurs was $174,588.62 ... In AR
*oe war Director ,Hoover's reeto- room W HAT A PIRI
Legs and. Wings soned wusar- the No. 1- attraction used to be the -You can't %y aspirinSH L
"friendly and democratic but a stiff -kidnap letters of he Weyerheuser tacan do m for you SHALL
discipline Tnatch, the Dillinger mob's weapons than St. Joseph Aspirin I BU
his medals and his popularity among and so forth . .-It has been re- safer, surer, faster-acting. St. JosephAspirin
the men. There is not available is the world's largest seller at bc and you
any such body of objective criticism al 2 0Oab detonator caps, fuses for the high 50.Ataylemn Sfo Jsp Aspon.
as in the theater or the arts. The .... explosives, the Nazi navy cap withd
free-swinging. critiques .of sports and U.,S. troops and supplies are now rolling into Alaska over the Alaska Highway (Alean), which Was finished\ -swastika insignia, and "the best
politics also are out, so far as mnii- months ahead of schedule. The 1,600-mile road ends at Fairbanks. Photos show (right) a bulldozerknck bomb mechanism we've ever seen!" Age of Romance
tary science is- concerned, and the ing traill through virgin forest; lower left, a "carry-a puts the finishing touches af s t h hig- * Hut oher ce- has ots.
thehhi ghkecnit- cuted, was "the brainiest" .. .He. -ased; i never ceases; i. does
bleachers take on faith with the new way as trucks bring up gravel for surfacing; upper left, scene view of the Alcan as it winds through the was not, if we will think of it, so much
m~an in the lineup. -Yukon. Circle: Brig. Gen. William Hoge; and Maj.- E;- -J.-Stann, executive officer, discuss route at Whitehorse. asvr2esbl2.ln.Call.
When Vice-Amiral -Wiliamn Halsey Jr. replaced Vice Admiral Dorothy Lamour phoned the Navy
T Robert L. Ghormley in command of U ce Sam 's W atch LDogs of S~ea and 'SLky, D ect hn er d w the oLeartena n
the Solomon Islands -action, we took, nect her wt a ......... . WAR WORKERS
couple of 'days t look for a pro- Who's calling?" was the que*.
v~ .Ya .. .. ... .
fessionally informed and disinterest- "Dorothy Lamour," lamoured
ed appraisal of Admira Has'-- --4'' 45 '' Dorothy. '"n
s rh iHa, ha! said the operator.
portan job.. T'he report'is, encour- I' ue-f-h a!
r s Really" replied the star. "Did
disclosed in mill-run navy biogra "-'- you happen to see me in 'Beyond ALL-VEETUABL
hi .1,10. :;next
phies.- 1 8 e"the Blue Horizon The op,
'4E.-' erator said she' had-so 'what?
As, an oficer, is emphasis LAXATIVE
and his proven a!ollity, has buen "Z Whereupon r'af4 for t-d hhe girl, 0 in NR (Nature's Remedy) Tablets,
in adaptiveness and mobility. -r sagcthew deluihon of t h pe irl there are no chemicals, no minl ,
Waith Rear Admirals John, H. sag theme. entire chorus of thelewl pheol derivatives. NR Tablets aredif.Towes.nd, rthiur B. Cook' he .'- ferent-azct' different. Purely vegetable
has sorbined "thecm'ca opad .............. -a combination of 10 vegetable ingiy-.
.furthered the techniques of men . . . . . ..Another woman will eventually be. diets formulated over 50 years ago.
e.arresed by the government, when Uncoated or candy coated, their action.
and fly. That, we are' assured, i-~-prt itrabughrdes 'Sngwihmoe i is dependable, thorough, yet gentla''-,is 'what it takes, in ithe,, Solomonpratrbl dsr.Sei e millions of NR's have proved. Get a 250>
Islands today. This air-sea do--''- ing watched, of course, but "she box tody.., or larger economy size.mai ishhl yp can always be taken," it was- x.h explained, after a reporter wondered
rapidly 'evolving new zone of :~x--~A~wysewsalwdt e aa
strategy,' or- perhaps more pre'-' wh sh a-loe ogtaa O .
"with hercamaigofhat adi i io :
cisely tactics, "as the latter word .40-. wihhrcmag o ae ad -- ~ ~ 3s ?O
putstheempasi on win -----.-ecitement against the Presid nt . .
put th empasi onse~ kaetn(owihngCas.ousv~~
what to do next, rather than During recent Federal hearings for COATED
on what traditionally Js done, others, Federal men trapped her attempting to "persuade a Federal or REGULAREG
He once said: "I believe in vio. j-4: u'ror" .They are holding that Af'h' To-A'IOHT TOMORROW ALRIOH IT
rating rules. We violate them every charge for the time they need it
day. We do the unexpected." . When she goes to the clink-'
At the age of he pilots his rso will her daughter. eTroulingTrouble
60,moen mNever trouble trouble w ntilhrou
own plane and gets clo-se ble troubles you-Anon
where action is real or impend- This is one way. they are getting.........
- ing. He. is -one of the most e tre2-m niarrf ah~egn hte u ogo oeta et n around Union 'Czar Petrillo .A
perienced men in the navy in In lower picture tre2mmaniarrfmahnguscterotaogofpetaldthnddestine- recording' is made of voice only in E L M TC P I
-- operations such as those in the tton as their crack crews man them during gunnery practice on a U. S. airplane carrier, (Inset) :' The TC-14 the U. S.-no music escort . .. That R E M T C P 11
Solomons today, having been hovers watchfully overhead as two UT. 'S. navy battlewagons plow through -the-seas off the American coast. "master" is'senf out of the country- Need not Spoil your Day-Get after it N~ow
awarded the' Distinguished Serv- Navy blimp becomingg increasingly popular for patrol and escort work along the coast. where a band. playing in American DotpuofgeinC228orWmphst~ are~es Don'tr~ p off ........ -2223.......
ice medal for planning and car- style provides the orchestral back/- noUteaiflr rheumatoims-cy
- rying thrgh the raids 'in the' t eWgriC rdt .rvette G eenteranl r 't other r pains. BuyMCapture in Battle With British CorvtteFighting g nBo ', e e C-2223 today. 60c and $1. Caution:
recorded to make a complete record Use only as directed. The purchase
it should happen that the dies- -.-7 of -vocal and orchestra . A copy mnice refunded if you're not satisfied.
operate need f the hour, or the' is seit here, manufactured and sold
minute, should be for -a 'brrliant in the U. S. ..'The big idea is to
improviser and the text books ..... M. ret ruing TO'
forgotten, Admiral Halsey is the agn musician can makeore-O
manth fopri ~t'he jo.Pr sora--I- inihAlni ca atletec~tba~s:ame ~ ihig n rmt ~aod tes -Afeelinrcenth uing LD
"'-n f the jb cordings in the U.S.A." FO L D S
... .. . ..... .It's the brain child of a member i ls if
S Admiral Halsey was born and ak owhLocalr80Utd aisspy eu s a.u..
grew up ii Elizabeth, N.nJ., ande TcaaBuL T
tered. Annapolis in 1900. -He rode *'--'-- Aog SALVE
here ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Amn tsn il eehn n a b he, faout h ips that' g the;a O SE DROPSty
destroyers.for.a few years and later th bsth'O DROPS
was a ebe fth nnpls x 500 Reserve Cadets (at the Coast w OG RP
watisaf m e f. thnipoi x" ~--s Guard Academy) train on is the old
.cutivetaff. --n-tbschooner Atlantic . It was comu nmissioned in 1903 after the Vander-hBOUT two years agoyheBtish te atu buich in to compete i the TransA discovered that their industrial -Oatlantic sailing races sponsored
Lang Snor "Comin' Thisreough w~r' e nU C rir ., asnte wt mruth an rlelms aid R ON
tempo was set to the pace of "Auld n Kaiser Wilhelm ..s The Atlantic
Lang ern on~srl i l n' ,Thyrug w : >L::.:: ams athe inrand Wilrhem, said
the Rye." One the stories at the time, gave the
Steps Up Tempo -1--Y. Vanderbilt tribe "the most expen-'of their Jeaa
Of War- Industry g classical sive gold cup in the world." TAKE A TONIC
ith bVitamusicomposers, . When World War I began that gold
long a f cup was turned over to our Govern- MANY DO..OR.
ultra-modern music, suddenly res meant, which found that it was' $22
fourmedud hstraping ouwt hot,,,-0 wrthd of pewtr!cyblsh~nt musicfor actoy hads. tbwauREnMMEN plaed ained the foied to se'upd e---t Wse gto Rogues allertay: c MyWa f ior
s htmlis Itn work e ao reotf- -'fslght o thel .mm BlciKOT aily Aciton .!
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tpponrsa' rae fromin i, o1. iebrigfo M insa rtishpot.-r.gagintehetre.- theing .blou d wabenablcto Leeo -e anselnY
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soeays -ofsora Buros-eytor.ate~U. C rirFin wted to teDrys pc-theoea arn tie-unneat otofeu
BernHeqnotes tht: "The iuemu urtrrofidrzbten theraia lay camps.Thessre, en Art urntin
sicryisonotethel-idiomaofs-thepmods/ ettig -his -war -e e itod umusicowaaanid it ---------------------------r, ,, 4 ~ -WoUldn't ges thed moltasur wasg ai __ dneys__opssoffharm__exess__o
Meye unvesilcntted" a od acie ents'--.- m.gazine's--nnual medal f0"it. Hos He iou ise that? lTsthe i-wse hyhv a oeta a
w haticwrkingtesthe anec puden.ple centu.ry -of-pu~%.: Reresntaivs fom hemor
"wud nuc hstra ihni0.. .. ..ep"p... .. .o f-'" 'bea n b-rakAelshae'
sc~ong.''~or-i2~ears at'Steves, go the moei"'etonix abluea nos
he i hs pionred "tedcofaUS.arrfcareathshpnasteeuo.Wircgithenfieldrofonsoundtio mot esureal. nd to.s bihow thae muc MaWrDsor dee
stiuli Fas as augmvenmtea of e fighrprdt ovr olyos(e h aenvr rse ramn fifntl aayi.H ert woulfc the of h ldehisgKiaelecti
drteffc ts. reviouansyte hald- Hiso hejbcstohr mmims isth orwe'epagrade lok-oetem aslifeideenithits edisberrteryuanmoe ipo
tagh a Wshngonan Jffr o t fortheeney. 'i"- en high than th.ft.o.iscur. ireua sis mpoe aig.a
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The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., Friday, November 13, 1942
Knitivear Keeps You Warm and FIRST-AM Ii 0 ES CHAFED SK
Smai~ly to the M6DOOLINEL~ 1 0
Smartly Attired All Day Long Al1N USE WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY
. By ROGER WHITMAN At the Bottom
By CHERIE'NICHOLAS He that is down needs fear no
COLDNESS OF ROOMS MAY BE fall.-Bunyan's "Pilgrim's ProgPHYSICAL TESTS UCH a splurge of things DUE TO LEAKS AROUND ress."
o h knitted of gay and beau- WINDOWS
-It will be hard, to convince some tif yarns intricate pat- W
A SERIES OF fathers and brothers that any good ternings an que design E onerof an old ose writes
SPECIAL AIRTICLES thing can come from t4is war. We s fashion i making t tGattherl o l Way to
hretCIArL~ dRTL aR : .aes:kn thttirteat...lnofcl
BY THE LEADI N who are parents can well under- season. Xqms. 'he steam heating plant has
WAR CORRESPONDENTS stand /that. How- Pulovers, cardigans by recent eam o hTale, plat has reat onstipation.
R OPRSPNI vrared fo recently been overhauled, -but while t"
ever, already from is apparently.of sufficient :size, the
the physical stand- enet upand cheer, constipation
point, there is oc wants to know what to do about it. surer you are o
................ copait st.... com point andr sie Get supf I an u c aeer conetipatton
Yank Troo curring a great say- A the house pisplde oldir proba- m wwith normal
toAs, the house is old,, cold a...... ba m hbl 1eaks In it alhrer"g hb hou1d of "bulk" in the diet -'here's'
- 1-11(1 life itself because close all leaks around the sills and news of a gentler, pleasanter- way
ofI. sthet thrug i:: .
B Quentin Reynolds elsewhere in the cellar. Storm sash to win welcome relief
y uent n eynophysical ,examina- shul be provided for all vi You see, zdanyr medicinal lax(WNU "e"tu"e-"T"OUgh'"special arrangement tion which recruits and storif vestibules also. 'Joints ties prdatheteste into ace
with Collier's Weekly)a e must undergo between the windv frames and the 'tom oheraw pois ote eod
Just one instance oitsidBwalls should all be, caulked. But KErOGG'S ALL-BRAN, a
One of the strangest sights I ever "In a program to 'She should apply inflation, espe- crisp, delicious cerealL acts quite
saw anywhere was an American Dr. Barton re-establish or re- cially in the attic floor.' It is possi- differently. It works principally
.General Grant tank parked outside habilitate selectiveblthttewlsaeathiht' othcoen oyuroon
- of the cathedral in~~~ th .ml bu sevc me reece or deere on .' .I .' ble that the walls are so thin that on the contents of your colon,
of the cathedral in the small but service men rejected or deferred on cold air can pass through them, helping you to have easy and
ancient town nof -Downpatrick. I account of tuberculosis, the Illinois nmwhiccan be dvercoie by vercoat- mination. Eat it often
walked inside and found the crew state health director, Dr. Land R. ing the house. A wood shingle over- ALL-BRAN is made by Kellogg's
signing the book of visitors. Cross, announces that so far out of coat would be tie least pensive. InBattleCree If your coition
5pnsve ine Battlee fork Ifuyourconditio
Lesi it be said they were merely 591 nen rejected for tuberculosis I am taking it for granted that the is not helped, by this simple
sight-seeing in a tank, I might add since November, 1940, the -state 0 radiators and heating plant are of. treatment, see your doctor.
that they had been scheduled to health department has found only sufficientt size for the job. This can -'
have lunch in Downpatrick but, had 21 who previous to this army exam- be told by measuring the house for
passed that up to see what many ination had been reported as having heat losses, which can be done by ,
believe to be the burial place of tuberculosiss" any cordpetent heating. contractor. Making Perfect
the good Saint Patrick. I head the ust think of this for a minute. If the leakage of cold air into the Piece out your imperfections
sight-seeing tank crew arguing as Of nearly 600 men rejected for tu- house is prevented, the savings in with your thoughts.-Shakespeare.
to whether Saint Patrick had been berculosis, only 21 knew they had fuel consumption should go a long
e ghz .ttnrn t,.t
buried here as Downpatrick claims, tuberculosis or were known to have I .;2 4 way to cover the cost of the im- o K..
or at near-by Saul (where he died), tuberculosis. da and bedjackets by ght smart provements.
or in Armagh (where he always What will be done with this large y to Sewer Gas
said he wished to die). number of cases? wear; sweatersQfor casual'vear, for Question:" Since my house was
wear swatr pass caulwero
The-argument as to vhere the 'Those with active tuberculdsis will sportsdor attuned to dine-and-dance "s built, 11 yearssago, I have been haydust of the good saint now lies is be treated by the state board of wear; waistcoats, vestees and dick- ing trouble with the escapeof sewer
today as current- and as--colloquial health in institutions for tuberculo eys too stunning for words; erkins, gas. Not long ago I was awakened
as is the argument at home' as to sis and those with inactive tubrcu- too to add extra warmth and to by the odor, and going to the cellar,
whc as theh;O .....tha balel, temth.......Oot f h
-'Ynkee of 927 r th Yanees o i wil for referred to their own sound-a -convincing note of chic- ;m -..'- fud1 0~
which was the etter ballet the loss wi be re terc to so acdde c that the waer wurias od of the
Yan ke on927orae Y ke o physician for medical supervision. this is the message fashion is broad- trap. Prirmg i-a bucket of water
193. Twety-three .places m Ire "Dr. Cross states that a man is ot casting from the knitted realm in an- ped thetroublefo th time b
land take considerable pride in acceptable to .the army -for active swer to the challenge of prospective m00g..Plumbers cannot besottfoi famous
claiming his bones, and Saint Pat- military duty if he has five or more lowered room temperatures in What ca Ido? Te igas is also
rick is no in calcified spots on his lungs; howev- houses, theaters and stores win noticed i the upstairs bathroom.
-means. mer, suc men safely carry on e t uel restrictions and of . . .Answer: When-your pluming ws Q
ter due todee fue retrcios tad thed plumbe -may~ hae UI TU LE S
Our rish Presidents. ordinary civilian activities without -gas rationing,which will cause us to College" girls, are making a mad hins e
Our Irui Presi. udue fear of relapse." A calcified walk more than ever before. rush for wi sweater sets, a pull failed ,t inlude vet pipes. With- relieve coughing of
The army ,has made Belfast its spot is a.healed spot with hard linie One of the outstanding items of in- over teamed with jacket sweater out these, 'discharge -of-wter from
port of leave. At best, Belfast is a tissue around it. terest in the new collections is the type. Fashion is especially featur- upstairs creates a: rriWacutrn
rather dreary town, and I defy any Another instance is the psycho-, waistcoat, now being revived in all ing shaggy effects, with'teddy-bear that sucks all of the water out of
Ulsterman] to; snay foterwsoee Ine- flaow thTrphoeh.flosblo.H HE T O D
Ulstermen ta thewise. fait' logic testing in the Btith' army. its former- glory. Note the smart cardigans in the lead. White sweat- traps on the-w He
gave ren ar their :s e to te ieset.o o mayo have pu ieteSeitirs p
r are test a it is, under the direction of- anew checked knitted vestee, or waist- ers with vivid wool embroidery ad may have put p At the first sig ch warn of a
evr ,ad lr l te swamesersqtoer army. department, the general serv- coat, shown to the left in the ,above novelty yarn fringe trimming ar stairs, and neglected a yf'ieot the cold-the Dtre Quintupbets' chests.
tndeat fishop w tal Beas plc ofla thaigay tweede packbitst (at theat novel bracle emrodee dibed thlwOedottehos
to find te wth e prhe f1 fcrur te.o H e en w sor couns "culrd" i pea l h d iamnd aBelfast, look hgpatsuc achitectur-e 1 i 1 lts d ur res for y on in g p a na dinty spi s cer sa nin ther p eit in tro a dc ae ei
i e iherveins thr era Ulstrei ba to promptly relieve coughsptdue to colds,
Patoieides s w er AdamstlVrIloe the a sio thie e diferient korp adprican lig a s th odel s. tol t gaoutt a end n
Gh e n, ri ayelowd mhkt seeathrs asie elald arseas
clc t th teo ste t r hhe lare best suited -is inite dhJc. Choose t in mneEve gia sweaters provigidd a t e ats To es t w e na esr l a
wclo wa th6 on. M ial in determined.. Temu of and white check as shown here, and for poets tossing of and painter sto gat in ano epsfo.atironsom my congestion in the uppeflibonchial tracts.
c an ent ol id ente indicate an open Joia the soil Musterole gives such wonderful re-.
Kensington Gardens in London for -pdRecruits for an armored farma- you -ill make no mistake. Add- a glorify in portraitre.w, Tvsay o t r a leak i tiltsbecause it's MORE than just an
ane. C atIndshundred per -cent Australian wool they dazzle the eye is not figuIeof naerat An tdpolrbnldinary -"salve". It's he t so many
lnd thero lae ao n thwe mten and u i actal oee speech, butra s literally stoh The bg neeaiw. rAee vote'ie an 'k mrbr ase is ocls b ale mi susedolndr
Tankeo eree. casbihe minted forubtyat e rmt coul d w il habe the. sel T et he g tn e
during Lohe ondon bwit v r o f ons thAt e t, f protecion that r wintry blas ts siews about them is their glittering- .a iecs eo d i'heco SsRik ue o
big pace. Youa ca driv..0 :engh should bleal th aeal tih"fod s t ampd hi wintrafo oth..tli gol watch..... .. spede by.. .. a. ch a re ditiowbt also :" regizir..ealitt- An y.df ,
wri, youldrun hopefully toward mogn ths the list was compared with dzllfind difficult penetrate. en. embroidery. The white woolknit corret it o a building mayes
1gays tolarg-eeta.teroUl- ut ount o ifeteintea e-nthe 3Tcld-reliefseu this tribute to ugly mediocrity a a to ior-it jackets e're evening at lf t akov to the Question: One of the IN STRNGTHS: Children's Mild"
eah morning. But, alas the was merats tt ie se an meatfod i, is --gnl embrowortearie Musterole for children and people th
erer hit and ill stands. The boys agree within 5 per cent of erro. chimneys in my 12-year-old house tender skin. Regular for ordinary cases
ito eeg toh are t e st pearls and fine gold braid Note h- tindExtra Strength for stubborn
opes hopef anid mte ot eln t ra place of thohre gay tweedjacketsot at the novel bracelet embroidered di- thae sho. Oe end oed y o
museum and 'wee'mildly inriue Use-e One en o hehos
to'Iet fndhege' pr esb iorid r- rti. least theythamake a', grand alterna- curectlyon the knittedif surface. Long aw idatin tum as n wllaf
'o'd hw i ino its tive) which hsves been so conspicu- "cultured" pearls, diamond ear- prossure It ies bes tahnaedt .aBBER
hapl i ad e'o alfo's e sedunhstldwhexrm sipcty* an d don bth aomtsienbristeamfitter.
met Presidents of theUted States In Reducing ously present for ny seasons. rings and a dainty spray-pin oftr a
in whose veins there ran Ulster It takes masterly styling to pearls for the hair complete the Qthe l in t h t wa inr l
blood. If you care for details, the Nurition experts, measuring achieve a knitted cket as smart jewelry ensemble. is n t le the ing a
Pe n were arm i e n us dh postes fre ievee sta shgeser w
Pred n e a. he amounts of the different kinds of and patrician looking as the model By the iay, it's correct to wear off and fill the gutters and down- me
paid foit w oen aib s gave inglthuse ig moe at tsueeave- caun ma e r t s s n t ichubs
lest Bhuesebles;a e b food eaten-proteins, starches nd shown at the lower right inad d m in itht t ie iWt- spout.erh WFrom a 'Od w.are e.
Grant Arthur, Cleveland, tharrison, ftitRlieved In 5 minutes eer double money back
Mttsasn heod e re and intd b e et o h a rk wely o h i a cte When excess stomach acid caes uabisnfl, hnuffoca
oK o and these foods wi manufacture or re- taiord it jacket is ne hundred knits. The ismaryoung modern pie cAnswer Troble starts with the sortomcadeartburn, doctuf usually
It-oddow a u s tr ate-in the body. The-amount of heat per cent wool. As pictured it is tured in the group wearing the settlement of the f foundations of your scrbeefatscin uiedinaens
-h Grn etrlhtli e- U"fe mo laxave. eli-casbrngs comfort in a
Created should equal the amount of worn with wol slacks. t would be checked knitted vest is very appro house, possibly because the footings Jiffy or double our money back on return of tto
fast is the headquarterst for Amen- food eaten. r equally a s good-style worn with a priately flaunting a w version 'of re too small. You should lose in t us, c at al druts.
and officeratm on leave. r l amount of heat is actually more than As to the new sweaters, vsolumest and'dark member et in gold. Also by a compete bulde or masi,
care ana acnmd tsh toops stores it ia s funds thatths dcrbo- sm o artoith ea it -it th lg bangleor braeses inofgt -timo i hol aper ng m l o the oseoinc@.Tanks Everywhere." can be accounted .for, by' the amount could be written 'about them. The she, is'pridefufly wearing an amber.' 'for if the qiraSking continues, there I
Northern Ireland is notr a very of food cteonsumed, that i an, if, irs is tat er h o aie o ad cline may be sertiols damage. The cd
big place. eYounthe can drive right should the case, allt three e fd s stampede this winter for both utili- gold watch suspended by a chain edition of youioof alsn requires in- N
os its al rt a prce O ou im et wiurydl a t l taia n types and evening modes of from a gold key pin. spection Havir e it looked at -by i A
drive, you'll pass many magnificent Why is more heat created tha ingou mfisc roRtelareate suthe- r- a tfil c oAntser D t a g l ngateways to large .mstatest fmr eUl- the amount of food eaten can cre- thdessi gra Steish oves t
ster is the lad of the very rich and ate? a *Vensemble l c letith ex tes ci. o cuumd---p .- omdee
the very poor At these gateways This extra heat is almost entirely a tep e oe to Ghis tter. he n c Question. i My onepipenstray
.~~~~~~~~~~~os-etn cared fort m5 thei world To date thep accessory grou thuneiupekie eet f ti noafa.HwcnIm
you'll see sentries in the American due to the protein in the food and i od ac he flossr-ilat te ret Pt a If/ a nlu
uniform, for evele large estate in hardly at all to the fat or starch. ampe pcr Wnt tormat ver low p ure. Would f
Ulier was taken over, first by the This means that the protein-meat aFli p ay k e to n, c y or Neees
Britis y and Thi f amen- ondfish a t The fact that imple little day- tt vales F a s against colds. FoVCKS
Brtis army andc hn the adme- fa infection a peial ac tion-sp ueess time wool frcks, antdh even knirtteom tn-htsery ProbabnQt p buts c Wi:ould direui:sltnsiaC r s
c tan army, 'wich is a nduhes be at- bt ntthc atoni t poss modes, are highlighted with glitter not tbi enough -to put on only- he in folder. Y wAiu n n n pl u
plangit w ieth nsl their ba- baute. Ifithan ts ods w wo y th accents in the way of bead work and valves, It would be -necessary to
ketstrot and' -yo'lrmnd 'dsienal'ti ing, coesfom e foodr ia eeet. mustsmpiit, t ipomnccn niecaln.s Two ouadin Fored 11ins tsh stooring shoul bei e'~ tu~rck on-
years woln lankmoe t thaaegn o ut di n f o casesarospoaos trnngutteeutn off------------- it her voe is there positin cot a- t 'gaug e huld ise rpace f bnyo a-O
to te Rssid sldies i witer brad, uga, pstr, cady s me lui drae -t-t--ins i int rc- singles moif of seqinorskueda enow gage icant.It vcunhu rm 1 el-a t ou ime d thtteasasqieo botssue'l e atigfulre slnei inglns ersld, purocsl h a ei orwise presse. it oig mbs taels t (ejob

ISse C( all foj' musicians. ~ ieda7 ny
Established 1~869. Th local Nav recruiting station itsKtein har ree~soi
MONTIGEI~L47AiiERTISER N ~re~Ted a muican r r ptti e fatheroine Tea, prsntsone17
M1ONTI~CELLO CONSTITUTION ANrpredta uicasaepat-o'th ol' greatest feminine
Established 1873 6Iw cularly needed in the~ following in- livers, -Amy Johnson, who crammed A.D.--4
Changed to' 01V>H r kk trumnentatiodi:, cornets, 'French a century o6f excitement into the-AD
MO IC (ELLO NE S 1 0 I~. o ns, arito e s, tro thlones, basses, thirteen years f her aerial ~ar ei. I
Flutes' (pic~olo), clarinets, saxo- 'The lne rts il Nh l
FIRARSA CJTO ErEA- phiones and drums.e pnetoer de -wtih il whrin OS-n
i ) INEnlistmnt4 ages 'ar, from 17-~50, a 'figrIter pane fo he F sed~i b LO T-e re
and~ ajpl cnts~ munst furnish evi- a good>many,.firsts" 'niat i 600i pounds. Fred Stokley 1-133t "I dence of qu~alifications, recruiters ials. She was the first woma,ta
WIL II.BUL~c~ '~ -~hold a ground engineer's ratingE
- ~--Those who completed "pre-enlist- along with) plot's license, the first f)L ABI Man 35 to 6O5wi
E-ditor and Propritor~- menit papers will be- interviewed nt o~ fl solo t4o Ausralia, the ~firs to to supply satisfied cufstomers it
K 1)IIQTY BUi~O4 assigned raites by a N~avy banndtte yth Atla'ntic r east to west, world famous Food Pr'oducts-Ii
~ -- j~howil j~~ ~Jaconi~r 'pov:~ ~~ ~ And~ eff ersn Counity. ,Experenceu
11-23. gol icm sue p I
Thle. official Paper of- Jefferson .--complete theircord, she was th ncessy inco easued podue
_\k_____________ Local appl1iats, should ap~ply to first of A.XA. gil en-aged in ferry WieT ~.Lws .R a
Entre ~t'Pnost~~ ~Ofice oh7iv t~ a1nf h wrk to die in the -servic ofhr -ipn
ps fiebidnTallahassee cecounetry.,n,~Mmpi, el~
as Mail matter of the 'Second Class ~ co~~~., 'WILL TAKE ORDE'frbto
TeREhoDITORS He *e' amaing .career motivates ioles, 25~ cents a~ doz'. 11
______________________NOTCE 0TOEiTOS "Wings and the Wom~an," RKO Reed.
SINews. Building- Dfogwood Street Stteo PFlorida, Ann Nffai>. rin$ ANTe TOl BfAy n
______________________ C11ity nnaNeagk ~ te ef Ay ad -cents~ a pound. Also brooders a
~ RTES- -Y~u~nt e~ o puare~ -o~et ~ifo~~arrng wit ter broode battey sets. Dixie~ Hotel
One~ Moeth ----------- $2.04)y0a~ a reueand toy present iht o l~~e WANTED)-- S~econd,,hn ,0
any claie Yea demands whc you folw tihe'ih"gt of th eating stove in -oodcnio
Three Mo'nths ------- 7 ether 'bf~ u R6Y have against girl's life,,i Wa ilmed in Appl Newsy Office.
____________the estate of Eddie Hgtower, 'de- lad wifth cooperation of--Mo
ceased, late of Jeffero County, s iiefad fA ysprns --- ~ AGR~ICULTURJE THE C -F~fito I of n hisl n~ - CONERVI9 defeu,- T A s -LIVE STOCK AUCTION SALE
COSRAINWAYt Mrs 1'. A.hiM Whittle, Mrs BarneyR. E. c III n------d- "within eighttynsetThr-7~~-dfce h or ~s a-lb4 Whittle' and children'and MIiss Mar- 'B lRING~ YOUR HOG
____U MssD&ot~y ~k f'Ta)~issedar m iths frm the date of the tha Wh*1l ofHanspt
have be'TOrP BANDJIK ZN -6trisJa ie ihli puication of tis cei ~The dy of ast wek with the former's A ND CATTPLE TO
prdeit~~ ~nnd n, u ii I' -aienstke a a e~r with heak jig~b~ ~n1w1vr ilT~
war ~ needd hav beer!ii -tlia pet Ar e md iga~ oeu ~ite~
TO MUSCA -Hst t eist puaicato too thisi4s Ittce be-h
prcamps ndt6 ouans upon s eui Ijf .p E. up-rk ing oi O a <- --'y i q~ -,d n iid 'ost 2.fie .dies ac ;l~ da
- ~-- any industni en es~ Wves. -e d~aio ~ 29jt~i~Celitr arig1-d&AdPaiiatia in, 'nd inpatbeheor home- inh Eaart End
--t the pat tw years.'t hisbe~i It woul seem offhand sth1ttu Littl miss
aeeiedfbu ildnsayur.rii g. Foxn't ea ja havet ~~h -' o i same be a eL S hoper to' day aM~ n d ge
dlad Cit -a~s -f 193 lua ad m s es on ihs'm re, rcs Sl,
miany~ ~e ~ indsacetrsad efqng 'e'i W iveis" the ari u2th e t ry a riann -- aA Pana t b Thecmnhis agntorat
- wor indus ~ iiktt hesy. Fe- x usicatat com-t e us iv yeb r 'K M 4e m vo NIC OF~ APLCTO strt at p. s e MonticeloStoc
Manyu~ sqriehi in Jeff mro Corntys -ia Tatre That -aIn Monday Law of 1e935i diye~ ~ 0,i fch t,~ fS
egitthl) star'V 'th rse,-EE This 27h dad cof Ocofr -1942.~uar
hav madeo ea vys i nroas eon th-i atrm ofa- thp e~ i p s' Laws-tix ofo 193 WELDO 1G. STRY
out'~~ Noec is hereby t90 isii am 'A DEn~ thaeon aie
>~~~ ~ Ia"~ ,fo thiibtatl ofitae the~t~~i nme~ ~ed- e~ue h rl d ette of Jear hodro T a'eriia No.
Am'ia' mree wope ut4 ~oigIe'-" en ne N otaic ert 's~ e eb rac' thtDe Eddi ighoedcae.1 04
masA -fe yarea mon of fllwi2M i hasd been~re voted~ '404 issued5 the Sttt, daf Fofr 38
an r\ '~, P~ ex~ an~ ~ 6~toii~eiy 5 ~JCokhl oi f s a t ertificae o..n l y in t 'o~-~ oh
value92 &ln 221, iisrease 'th e.i Ia of NOTIC OrFng AnivLRutheiifpr4 a,,A o.192 hes fiesae I i .*n ,o~--fi; m
o~peIt'sa is, logs ere niu~i Wife'-wh in
muc o titibe wa ctwh-srmnais- an voaslibst me y ffice;' ouah mlade~ appictieso Laws of td3 e~e to ee ed Saido. ai
out~4a~-al~'cmsarswd w --~~~o-drtiad oC~ muc thogh fa~ ytlfi le eirc sS he -o,'
were ~~~ ~ e Gen 'rpfw ,~ ~i T~Vsy t s steen S Waid ofic iscio heeb give tha~tJon -~ prpet i -th
- pting ~~Cerifiate e&JN a e thesiip Jf son, ofA N'ia -i- ns la ef a~ '
- oher orrnlch~ he-~wo i4 nesj Wivtea"sol 'a5owmi P faklrell hode 'ofJn 2Nft, Can er4tcahteide o
--~~ro Westd. Poti it."o &il 41 lt County a of Jefrson, Statear of1a. a- -.o 3,'ssie -the 7th '~day roet Aug fh.f tM na i
AT '- in suc fw eas, vedreta 1o uinl wuit r IQh vrdne >ils~siiCriiae hl ~e iI~ra~'etfct.ise a t n 17 Towmnship 1 Nrt hic ,
value ueA to -incs e toze On-darlin An Rutherford,4 an -rl- of esWtii of Section 5,l To n of e; ha mae, tifl t o forl a
soA ra al sa log Th -s~ then ofghs saide atte r -u, a9id t aj-PoPEerdyFo
wpbe'e dut ~tr. wife'rs .Cl7noT shi 2r outh, stng 5n East, tf ac des Tax Dd toeis e a thereon.d CSCIa iiW
oth~~~~~~~n-tree ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ A nrihdb"teihs ws.-oanue--ea-iotho pCmertificate No. n 22:SE/ Crifit ebdr ae the~us Cfollowing~n n
and~~~~ als _rci'al allgl Wmliggs oe aba w .A CdnoseN Eiw Sitl 6 fot~ fb NE 1/ a fab Nihi Ea' IA S~ E 1942 dsrie on pety f i t e Coo nt of'
cut the plpwoot levig The at y o, s thesoyiastm in ofS isto Setidon 8, osi 2 em 'Jo fhs, Stae of Florida, t-it: ee-~pt~QTd
deme eceodier to lw, poVeru,
Ad d--s-e- Theheenshl -sl
oth-e -ord auc oftenr GOrce H ien shuld o e a Th ass --m t oAf ~ said. prpet Tonsip2 orhRage5 as
ha n" mtined ao cnre pnt meV ofs~ Gi ~.k~ 0it rat Anesn -o on th fis 'MoRDa in the
'-the ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ a natrc Tuphe qssesmen af sai propertywalww (A~ lria
peIesuchd tuajsentinerea otnigbnso wh haeee (lne 'mnho Dcme,192
thee istimbay ofI Deemer 1942
ettnd f hi tiniler is y aesd ite bn toabn.deeurerigt aw rprytenaeoUko n
Conservain~~l h District A M-! th 71h dy of Deebr '92 doo' oil th fis ona-n-teiggl i
1942 th 7th,~ day~i yb Deebr A92'a ~t es can be tuc aedo~ ou a ig
Clerkd Cici Coin.t 'of5 Jefro toRCI COUTSAL
-------------------. Mr Clsni, o ono r.CYE3.A L PA LHA BRDA4ate h Vcoy
-.N. 1tpei. Couty Florida.
ands----------to-90 'Ms W-.Co of Wake- of Jefro eeme ,14
Mr N.o '2 1 iog b~ of Auila o12ne S Cler Circui Coonu-nee ppineatfm
-ah Fla -B.UY S.v WARceeilQ BOD ony4lrd.MOTCLOSOKYR
ema n, ng~ is ~ e -n -farmep raies 'te p~s ~ ~ inI ej? uh srn
cutn hi nolrager nonly as~ itt niuce
in, thi areas.L9i~ Mr. Bishop is aleet plantin 200a0o
sons,-Die and lore Jrpla -spent--' <.
'lans thi spring. The seedlingssnivs'ray
-Been stationed heifS~ers$.5 o C13i.,0 ti ws~nai. o)Dt__bu t ew rs &omneiferein t o 8.550flc, I
area." Ir H.r- is a pty fie1-' il ae j 7 w

h~~~~~H MONt1t~~ 91O'~ ~TICELLO NEWS.- ME010ICELLO, FLOR
FRIA Y'-_1 NOVEMBERLlL 13, 194 rt
Scx~iaMr. and Airs. V'rederick Ws. Lesser,
So il A tvt are announcing the~ marriage o, BI'OBEFETR:,,
oNltter or- copy for the Social Column to be sent to Miss Heleni M. their daughter, Virginia Harriet, to !DOtL FA2
M oe, hn 8-11. niot later~ than Tuesday of each week ChareLwiAorJ..snfM. FRECKLES COE HOTUDMy
a n rs. Chre L. loe of this with J. Downs, Gale tori
Mrs. 'Hattie Sledge returned, _Mon- Mr. .1. C. Coiliver of ~Flemings- Th l raewsprdre IPIRAJTES OF TH PAIT
day night, from Moultrie, where burg, 'Ky., who has been visiting :his, the. First, Iaptist Church, Fayette- A-?ORKY S POOH
she spent.- the week end with her son in law and daughter, the Rev. vile; N. C., on October 31. '-
1cousin,, Mrs. Kt Bell. ~ and'Mrs. E N. Pipt left,~ Tusday The ir'de, 'who has'been mspendirz- SAURA NIH MZPNI 14T 11
morning frS.Petersburg. II y
Mr. arid Mrs. Henry Devane ON Mr doores paens M.andXr,.CABRO OR1
Tampa, formerr residents of Monti-1 ,Mrs.,D,. A. Finlayson reund .Moe -sa1,etenan inteEgrWlae eleBiks
cello, are visiting, relatives lee11o ercnl'flo igasa nAm ussCrs n a rsn il amr iaM l
Asheville and Black MoIuntaiit, N. C. i i~ e'e ~rc / ~SUNlDAY Mr~ONDA,
Thegroo is withn the~ round _,OYNIBER~ 15 & 16
r' ?liss Terah, Williams spent Armxis-.. Capt.! William L. Maig6 'J. retice Day, t Chattahoochee as the I tune, Wednesday to Camp, ShelD,
,guest of her mother. Mirs. Malye WilV Miss., after 'a vist- here with is Fe ag, C0tonr
has parents, Mr. and ,Mrs. W L2>Maige. GENMLE
ap.Maige' spent last week~ end inWAC H, VEGOB
,M.adMrs. Morris r left Jaconville~ where heOI 'atedd
~M. ndi Mrrs e te'i~ h ~CLBNortpamton -V~ass SoujAdphoto-- is. Calvin toldr 'Wi~fe of te
this week, for Madison4'where they Georgia-Florida footbal game X{ Ilrs. J. R. f-fughes elltertafned the tePesdet n ai" ebetX. 'yd (f,)anRerA4 y8!iaoeads
"N7 will make their hnome. R~'ook Clu latTusa fenonilRnall Jaos r honlstwekedaste wtchl he
iFriends ,of >Mrs. Baile y Stokeley fenonmra.Rn Tcb is;ek nas eyji,
'~Mrs. C. B. Simnjnis ia returned will be glad to learn that she is re Alstoe-Is~c ~oa~War ~j1hs~ae l~v of rfh'w~ s ~~d 'LL FXZ
From a week's visit with her parents'I cuperating in Arch~boild \eporialhe uei n.________________________________WI
'i "i Mrand rs, 1. M Elz~, in 'Chief-I Hospital, Thoinasvi-le, Ga., oll6w tep ~e 1 ne' 'lapd y~~ing a recent. operation. Mrs Pw '> Wilk~ins w U fi high M~r. and 3. 'yl ca 1.B ~d Jrihvewv ~I~l~
land. ~~~Tallhssee spent Armitc Dayto th Suttle hos' at 88 ast AGI A
The players er sevd sad h e with the former's. parents, Mr. Washno, 4~w1 "-E a ,s cote r M>.1 h his la 16se thei friend~s.
"ales ister, 14rs NY. C. i3~ lly ho
CAyir: e~ rs Tom ( ) ee ofPor! St.1-ee sttine inGforunia oINEs ellCarol l~t 1tur dtoJo has ben'tfe gust of er par numb er of months, is hav~n uX NO W H O W TO.;C. TCarroll. SheJ has recently De_ Mrs. J, 1 lop of Winter '-.Ms E B. ailey Sr. and his te
cepiled I Ps i as excutm l 's'cre- el is vistn he 'oter,Mrs. an- relatves. tayo the Amria iRed4 05s1: JAeenerson.
Mr. arles4 'A. '
Mr. and -Airs. JT. D.'Mayn~ird an have as teir estr. Frank ar don Fotr Mr. ff'.K. llean uu1111h trs, si Ve ~ nd e in-ton of Toledo, O)hio, who is be Ms.W W aset, etredo
e tthende thfiea top~e he2'm inN914Pont
Sc, in Cahs o, i~t Beach walo, HERBERT WHO
urda4v afternon,. [Simpson ho e Lt o.Iog'.,c~yo i
Cap hlb. "wt, s Re Str AlV
LLsr.PCy 1?ndflje, U.S.o''a -is-NO H KE
m'n for an shor viit Lt.~men .itn4 f ,mntherM.I hm thr.
Weriheonic"sou sncr asjs Co p eed acu rse atih eq SC EE ROARING,: '~
fr ~2ins or orsRo Islad i as aceted 139 -Famed Sads oh1
Massasie eae unPi Igglyi~i
ejorqn king he. hoome; e. .Ig4 NLANWF ZEk
G'<~rha7rnn7''o.1 7 <> 'n th bir': oft~ .'77son L ouie Egr op nsre bye -M ntcel qocahoC
Faaiy!Ms Vea~ Walker ando Fake w 'N 'ori 1.0 ther Mcl Ic~ and~i Mrs Arthu a an lsgistCate f
7ll'be rememberediin-Monticello rst gsgdaugeter, youlluioof Bloomin
77~~~~~~te-one sAi7>-9. Mere~o~rjo~u ao7nIyc~zo'bcm re exe~e herel~ this'o~ week'rie Ts's ere
J.7 A. 'cllln to4 mak theirer home.)cf Donzal >k Ter andck Noaergy-,
A~~~es74 cllo Cathoi 'C uc f11oco
4 7 ~ ~ -nev~z~cp~~d. D~METHO IST CIUJ~H > ~l7t ii~
(,>. 4, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ,, ~E anLks PN>e, Pinsto er'ii d~'iik dZt7a
w ~ ~ ~ ~~~ 'er~~~~ice~~~ ~T eSc'1 ~ ~ ti~r ~~f3o oasad~
vleow ng Srvicl j- 1 :30 o'clock.aryebbetneeViatio -iat whyoa eary toc iml le
7'~~ thes ely n "oming o inesuce, oan
7>~~~~~~el you "that 1fo itswsevk maker hav ourc~zej r~gtssrie ohnn
FefiiTst BAPTIST,~ CHURC discenroren Uo ,rsl apphnrs> d7~ ths t
~47Xlr4z IiW~ *"' ofiid a fase delightful SfO.iiwr wie
7>77>7~iernt >777e -h difference in taste. Youszk can~ s
wes U aro eful no ooeladorIs r edtomn
buk maeil tho h7 th wahrwrne 'o 7;#'a7oeMrigW rsi,'13.7th pca lndo lvr.Si
tnime TaiingUnoe-:5. telsd s onebeoreyoi k owitbu, s me
>7~~till,~ assbetoxhniflt -ffses.
We neve lei.7 our; cods com id Ic wit ofer greas andg girl rerato handlock.
or acins on the alaam dieonec of~apiac bew pouapelanlaisato.ionnogh bte
-0~~~ Elc who the' restin on teve farm cod Wee-jinse
*un,.,) yore taigu&xsdte sGvr1BrE NDRA~OIYO ~SCC-OACMAY

The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., Friday. November 1,1942
9%lufff "IR R IT ATI10 1S O F
ugly broken-out skin. Millions relieve
nuiseries with simple home treatment.
Goes to work at once. Direct action aids
healing by killing germs touches. Use
T H SN N Y SID IFBlack and White Ointment only as directed. 10c, 25c, 50c sizes. 25 years success.
Money-back guarantee. J;3 Vital In
cleansing 1s good soap. Enjoy famous
- Black and White Skin Soap daily.
- 'Debunkin~g You.
ILCe n C m c h t W l A tie B t l n o n Watches are not harmed by'
tunn their hands backward,
Th-e rats do not instinctively desert a
.w.Message t. ship before it starts on an illTHE ~ T r j '~z II fated voyage, and the stars inthe~
/6zir~ *. I~~*w. particular 'states.
...*..' 36;.7'T LD How To. Relieve
NO' ASMER INS TE KIM6 A MA WDDEIDS E o~iso relievesSU1 T1A E A AS TIME TO PSING HE HAS Crouso eivspromptlyb XXISEVERAL TIMES MESSA63E FROM N 11BACYTO tGONE,CLOSES cause it goes right to 'the seat of the .X-XX ISMTR WIfOR DOES DOOR, RlMG8a trouble to hielp ,loosen and expel
germ laden phlegm, and aid nature
Due 4.V~ 4 'flamed bronchial mucous memxJ By branes. Tell your druggist, to sell you
~*.*.**.* -a bottle of Creomulsion with the Understanding you~must like the way it
..~ quickly allays the cough or you ame
to have your money back.
X"GLIJYAS X-X %' for Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis ':
4 itiWILA S LADY, SIGH*COMS I AN DEPAS~ Don't It, Though?
LANGSCPTH HE!L0 Tha's great, Mac, you've holed
A SROG0K.Honey-You cook 'em once!" &IVING E G SAMS HE HAD &AIGHE'S TY- I&RHT 1BACLV n
:AMTRN V'%*"* "0..K ASK~S OFR BETTER COME 0o THINK j~CDStSN Well, it' saves wear, and tear ''
________________________vex-______ T14JDS on3 ~b3L~.S) ~TTEE-u~OR the ball."
RW-G~AGUN5! 4 L15TeN, DOC'- PON' -7 WHY A MAN YE PRK' O-- -NOU'RE Pain goes quiek. corns T
JUMPEDD UP TO ~- ~ O WA'IINPO A 152 LIABLE *TO W14~ PROVED ANOTHER 4 Zi'ITTIN6 ON spebedily removed when
lOIJc44 TH, C bLINES HYNTC PLET HURT EVEN POINT FOR MY C05MIC 'iF IW youY~ ~ ~use thin, soothing.
- - P~~0Ai4 ?.' PURNING *lP T0U6HF_5 AS5__________1, Oh for a lodge in some vast witDderness some bountdless, ,Contig A%-~' ty of shade!-Cowper.
~ Liss than
LALA PALOOZA -They Need an Ocean Liner --4'By RUBE- GOLDBERG a dose
WEGH IPOVE ON OF. EXERCISE TWO, LALA ER.RO 14"He treats her like a dog."
NXUEToo "Oh, how dreadful!"
FAT "d Yes, just like/ a lap-dog" '
4 I ~ -UR-..
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RE'LRFELRS tieLi't GENE BYRNES Fe al ofeakness
INTOT14I'BEO OUT-OF'I-IE.9.',JUS SXA.TL' ir .&Irs, (with 'added iron) have
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Taken regularly-pinkham's Tablets help build up resistance against
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.*..4. -their iron makes theme a fine hernatic tonic to help build uP red blood.
I- t- ciallY for women. Follow label dt-

The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla. Friday, .November 13, 1942
T H E S T O R Y S O de1 l au rers alo n g releasedd by W e tern N ew sp ap er U n on) E m e..e th e s e al, A. .. isr
hus wile, Lee, ar~ elready on thel a hnead os e nhshm h D th a' o l a no ei ____________________ iru al n....ater. O 9ne Tak .t._Tm
t Icome. wenthey arrve i a da t e a p t N
Libr e they ,find'~uth Zora and; h.. h im h ea nw&sbe
and dead. It is MAtchell's SJroli a chief tahtrpcr te tim beI ,
has ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ C beena-er come~ il LtrJf' OlI a oena~ ri-th lcetNn Oswald-. theds stines Peito Genrose
Brey HAOL LenLeNDonIST D. th other Marty Cur momkey and j 2,oluyg CHElS.
~ef supecs blsempoyOf nor Mood letl Intiut itf hicag.
........a......of .. mu rn ...d.. rl ha n& pln 'ade "W l, snlHN S H
iE d 0tis h and o m ore l in a Sanlerjth Iv bou!d've see wn alt ao ng t (Reese by We r N e U i th .
hs iea e they rad found hclue w h D u s f r l w n circus al o5 oe pattern! You
tTra thigs goigen the eelesante Yoifeo, o~ the fu t car ren. About cuse fone al hi uh-hush, mbel this O:ne Lakk at a Time
o hersai;ithe 1i are ing e notn setc hsad Mt the wiin I go ac lhe I am lbe ss
chemistin rr. imaenes -byd thetay fors, spin on meos ths u Andg~ntpti~ ,uii
r' Lessos wer Noeme 15' herehe sheff coat ofs--es asn~nds pie~I tieltofC
tode c m When ethey-l arrv nd Tirr ther was. notin gave an SQ ri i m a' inc pt- 'Gltas
Libr cove fin bot Zr a e hes.hadngColis.adl t hetm h el? ar's ben oei~wa U'mk i! O a~ f tial
badea t ds. manBudthe nm Curt, you m in ae kd. tdariginedefce ht lc Leso sujet iand Sciptr et e wrldfor the timei bing. Tht'so
itrie fro Mi e b l' jii~ obe as chief lete an oyiheIy Itento a h 's c et o l ,h r ok n
engineerl forw efrui coin tha e e f as kndi oof ide I" obt~ I turne t to be t He' oanen whconich o eigiorus Educaion; uhse botyne lalnpebotn.
ha encle ofl.L t JeffI 10,-Iha mo etr Crainth ickest ai ricks-" Th pmd om4 i-scson.y~'lhlsk m e.Ch ate K ngen l
fredBl edro sas~~d, somteohrdy"Cr d i -~ Mc~ni wasatb rubrbingcbi hisab~ shin.
Jeffsset hi'mlyrSnrMn td,,w htAm lane~ mahe f el let me in s ll it.t T HIG nnmlyTA etc. FAMeL arFE t~ 'le"bcte or a dnt taOa o hfrenhi andH the MTich adn mrgn. ladn ate San AGlejo. "tIns e nno cntshanducld'veae. Pseenh ad iirt beofore.clfo Ie dnitdpu ellsrtig I If Mhe ha vo thn wind spi. 'can couldi~ ~ he sin so muhen toDE TEoTBea tyeci tokin another's
Ote siise figuasres~%iaz rw hee wth eje outrd team company andp~ soi~ 'ufl tany lawr hf yerst tivenp sn e
cur e t Dr. Tioon l n doore flr dc u nfie ove thoet o, plne Unity.- ehchuer wh. 'Jere s o hnngr burs-den k eVC oet~ r ae A ~ladt s i 'the for ba etpcilat Jef cai- r o ictd tha rhaps ha "Ther' ha n e country tv~h ad be omei wh~ at yo maevit! I 5 46~Eeie'slkarerdc E- iie' fiore Stoeeabl to o 13rigewt douds. ge fro nmeh Cln the~ tw-ooacnama Canap'ld in md. Bu darnedgad tak siinzelC Aim-wd a aes < there may, e a1irud&o at andn aoy < a ns i patpin ins on is
~~~~~~~ic peds lnoee~ ostel fol! ae unoubel po ~iGrmit-n i clse and Lah es canamal o i eas~ihths, O l~cme a sic fort, atrU els stomhow pwetfbloatin
.icel oJefigontometd Jerry sknew to ylneou d en -us" t ryr Can iofo r see" SfSm rfml ieMri ? i aeceived. The kindl~. dut iLaat sels, gas, caedy taoner anda Mcdfln in -~fo h ne n ies unmoomet etl. Thes are brze n atnZ49. eth yori stomach tspobal "Crygw
NOthe.TIJ mosuit TH~ ST ORYe damage t Ca~ nal-if h t' whatm~, fe of Cuvrtsucke' in hiswl spo a t o thWaee u lrtmtnemy ~ a r rea e bl ros b cnstiton.b~ l dnd t
h~4ntrny~d simly'~itn had lin id gs Bi~o ~dh ivie aziermany!"a Anhings ~be we cannot t trn ad ey- ak gl< fethr andhar ap-~ moove I o lls fo'r Laa-esn e toiull in sok 9r"Ano hs t her athi n higuself wans that Daw ~et a p, sa ik Me-rm tain-- thiy do have a g Bu earne oe s trc and m on- d tige r on hosbeid ay ons com pasa or woman whe of"- theu~ oight w in ith~ 'Ilnic chpirn pefetas
Cquntn Ale T E ye maybe Motay ha poiia amb i- Inni w dy y h at a~i~ hh i ~tehm keomyeng hav f~acheedb chipping t at rst mc in tailFyeas
Cut adnoinenitnfiaon Wl~Ifihe dridi4 have plansm for i ce f heewith Toee wsptrit canh trmo ~er 'God h a t r- outside seams oit whir thos many Dor haelsgiveen n prpa Curle ft the on bwedo toor ajutw itt oshi p he renl to5 the Un it i n chrg "Jerry he'o t n o or e tr an ~ d makery ove n th ores r ae gokado rufl -ad bains winthei npresciions~d toae his, hdow. ,But h ~v~s o: musle ~ ,2a ~ r laug~i Wels lene a~to Emth tinetheysleek appearance-al stomach.ev So'ir. th o uimtoba. Oeuglaned atli the fa' kwe he me'ans," ex Curt sc ed. tn his brea t Hi Iuxiiinous'~~ dilo s vj ac cime fr. atno~6r W ihe, smoke butln up pat is ra nounce'ws uis na d thibe a~nswro why M y 'lke fro in-anece n stdy o asf the tory semtessa ela le nswl tmc.Ee iik hlrnlv h
eur hed o intntio of allng Mcnnth 'rntd "Iv nev erma uo hisie engner ,Th
saugt~i to.bH~u e out ncid the eh elfou pal~ 'pli Curt retnd t hpe is srWide ~of th i-lte an so ''j tthe tow are heriie ftr shnn ti-n hour ~~ cme from aonl seed fmilio edoer thri s o~ toWh~c Cr''kpl gae atever-thelcaryem stesin qu t ae ............... isn
lumilong, screenofrn h iris ch Negro, h s t fa e t ol of pldfr news- company,< rut it wit ino0 yout cmegn' d
ct -tblawyre he-'l reogdz good'fSmilpping 'th'4ayuyawealhe r i hoceuays b here canyteinbsoft power for be, agreeable.-Swai't'
niewrlf ath lhor:d solveh, cartts,,cIt-eaH kn e o at 'asd'-of Spotbetweent m ebr o sthe fal. nftg yyQutl and ett he bed 'n went she wasta- oekmoat he tr u etio w sq'jt dy pofste' str of ~ ~ ,mss''rpi ~ '
-Cuheor ,bu randot oneHi grndoee was Lus La t ri resturne o.e n is h o c4 ila- amy nd' Ea shw d the 'sadt d oheedge at liyh comigfro te, &eno. HBut eke Thtasi the I4~ niChaph eThf u .oyughts ..
recognized tern as> jJ'- ''~'~ disove "T mensun s of thed y dsceit prctie d u pt-mtite n oe tha ed lef .n'oi. a grinne toit byan n J o acn>o advan teor snelf o Wotere ti-."'Badly ~ ~ lfrrn Worde Surr ire mp
carps~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~ruig Easrdcd.Craupe~-4~dp~ie n0:ip~gl d fany emnt "Btens.AZ h4et1asberw
gins.fbt s. ~ te .. Andhe he. h5-fad tw miajortrp s. e'd ted in "av e favriis eofn 0h mt yoJndayhneereein be gin afityers u sinh
Beaue fhefn-haedlaou ars' o e pjCr' buglw wslk MicelCu thias no ogt- the br the hd of i stel r rth dU layva'in-Zj~~fi ibrtC i id
enplinaview quic tiemess-l, ressng play au he' c hadt. Twee fro e'btri ghts th ikdshmn i e adbgfrsalcag EI
asacuhueotieo mheat, 'y an-hsprciu ce' no-*~ of mohe 'n soeosn Third outwi the~as topyeendrso hebs a
u t e oulcd, toe 'Emlli sd o ltentreao tos p ed Cunrt' s knwldg. ge- Iu at erlae. y 'is tlaesn qui-te 'haihng, e ridprs-eppevp rck n
Jh log, scr enr eneulig e itr fa o eso hog ih "oudyucag iedla
lect ao tal hr e a odl 'tenciie. deetules To. buel d t ythin bil 2-)orid men, toas? b e a 'Itd ords selp n hekbee
eeipesn 'hr and, nti0' overuits
thevigitd'ewoch ufice T~ien o o e s thaot of just p suchat nssmiin shylPy.nco
le, a lslgtit hipslf H oe k wa she stake jus tl he'd founlldivre ~riyn t~1tc ol o ha a el~ ~t itet
kt, buckle ons -hise impssile belt. misse 'ele tok er o nlowf He m ustl akeeta hs,' ia
-tre ogn ie the m pe Bute hec houdn't' be eynI en diesclve9r~id. b eaae q u ed;' buthy hsa nd~ 'ot e pearl py mesra lith tiena cnt omoe' I ii
under A Rando -and apack o to gan whmee dvnth e 'fb~omslfor ote tie. Fo eiffo h true'fsml
aaithee we r orn doo wu t ~ iel ro's avng need te tnl g ab o t cigarette uckr epie ah yon~f~ oung FisPZontetothsnfad
hombre. areas, 'lighted pain cndildrenen,
ebu he withoutt 'it. this' fro u- et.nt the c a enf rth moandls dy -'Z ersmen lutebri ho By W r a t s Bardnd.
A. m adinu e fure tou onl ot s Heded So hea w isten ed nde I haiem' Tin eWll 'whais- ciae te s ndods? hel~n sLbc o rns.Tid Ootmttes
brehsghr.n scs u tto d o ten ls ed in. thI. 'es E tu Divor-evi (Matt pri: rily the) sad e aning~ gits.b gaat "I ecordselngad hckbeei
A o'ae eta ooe n glan c ro t e brom ont Oe of re s etructinvo le os t ea myhart ifIdn- Can-pefrte ie iemae p
lor' laie hp was hghontn s Heq isl ecide ~ on r iI HLY~
sliered hi fasence.t in o a a hi oc-A ighte porc sufi e The a- wit dior de r imed s 'ad hats o '' teensn simowe throgh 'Yovrit doctort
'et, sukded an h-ia gi e lt rs tHe grond wa tut s he ol t Wel divrce T1erifyin t t i celd is r thsel #d sokecorse fo r, the' tell yuabN tP Oontet
yhogh lanof -is adt au h e whr could'tbeodint e ogess-hcmet.allowutcudb qoebttedy o ery Crsta itEtg amo csarto of a( i m
so o tndine open again d orch see ro m ilT '-we' at carsut n oa m ovingastheno wledgemost cigarettes ro Goda p n sv m
wsto iia ee ivm. ;o usP i c lr-the a tio
lor "as wthout it Tad wathdo falnsr 'u ti fao~ed for uighe law"n thilmater. -ecae moalfrsi the y s~ervce Yo uve y choeyWa aigsBns
o d one ou her thoht. H'd b hlf w.t re ,' ad aun e m. the earths ciares indC sma Ctoncco
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TOWN PRIMARY 4216 David Wrightauer List at order.
ELECTION NOTICE 4217 Rosa Bell, do. ----------- .00 $1.00 per month. There being no further business
4218 Leonard Crosby, do. ..... 3.00 the Board then adjourned.
the Democratic Executive Cor- 4219 Dorothy Crosby, do. 3.00 The Board examined the egis Approved: C. J. REAMS,
inittee of the Town of Monticello, AA i 20B ty Ciob,do 30trto BokfrthGera
Florida, hereby. calls a ,Primary 422(1Betty Crosiby, do.---.----- 3.00 ionS, rI nt ec tet Chairman.
Floria, heeby ~~s aPrimay A A Ation and found the same to be in ChimnA
Election to be held aon the 1st. day 4221 Leonard Carrdll, do. 2.10 CLYDE H. SAULS, Clerk.
of December, 1942. 4222 F. & M\f. Bank, paid bills 11.00 _____Be i esolved by the Committee: AtA''.A~fAA
TBe, it rivd1lehiomite 4223,,A. S. Graint,1Coims. ..-i51.38
~ That a Primary. Election for theA 'A 4&AS.GaZon 538-AA A AAAA A
nomination of candidates for Town 4224 'A._ S. Grant, servant hire 30.00
-nmnto 422 canid.e fo. Grann fi-rtit
offices be and the same is herby 4225 A. S. Grant, fingerprinting
called to be held in the Town Hall prisoners---------- -17.00
in M tontello, Florida, on the first f4226 A S. Grant, Wts and
day of December .1942.. A ~~A 4 ~'''A~~Y
That such Primary Electio n shall ;422ACapas 180.42
be held in all respects in conformity A. S. Grant, witness
with the provisions in the Act in subpoenas ---------------9.5
the Laws -of the State of Florida 4228 A. S. rant, feein
governing Primary Elections in so "m
'A~AA.A.primoers' '--far as said provisions can be made p.soner 1113.25
to apply, when not in conflict with 4229 A. S. Grant, handling
the following rules and regulations. pris ners h .g 21.00
tefloprisoners ---- --That at suck Priary- Elction" 4230 Clyde H. Sauls, Crim. Ct.
there shll be nominated the following officers: 'Mayoi, Clerk & P'Wk. S .a
Treasurer, 4Marshal & Tax C.ollect- 423 B. J. 'Hamrick. conviction
or, Tax Assessor, who shall hold of 27000
fee -------1
flee for' one year. Total Fine and Forfeiture A
Three'memnbers o'f-the .Council~A
who shall hofd",office for two (2) F
ears. IN CHARGE Warrants Drawn on. Road and
One member'of 'the Council Who0 Bridg Fund
shall hold office for- one yearto fill EnglandD isenhower left shown wth ge
the unexpired term- of W. H. Bel- -1is deputy, Maj., Gen. Mark W. Clark whom Eisenhower- has placed in 60 D. H. ays :Hdv. Co., pup-A
lUnger, resigned* charge of advanced front-line headquarters in North Africa. AThe two plies $ 7.99
A icE u membert.iothe Democrt officers are shown when they haskly saluted while walking Amrica Oil' fuel .68.20.
hold office for two (2) yeas. don recently. 62 erg, .13 GENERAL MONTGOMERY IN THICK OF THE FIGH
The candidates 'for any. offieAAC DasCaio s i 'omrYntoN 'iiish in
herein r reevinofa An ran, da .-, 1 Ca'ro, Egypt.- This radiophoo seat fronr repaptito New, York showing
majority of the votes cast for the 3236 CT B. Brock, d. -..--- -- 2.80 65 B. W. Johnson,& Son, drugs 5.99 Generail Montgoinery, left, commander of the British Eighti Army,
said office shall be declared e 5237 W. iberley do. 280 6 F. A. Johnst6n, groceries 0.20 sharing a spot'of tea with members of one of his-tank crews who havenoie for the said office. heLs ot iue 2YC W.Wi;ely o __28
odmin fo the admfie'of this 5238 M. H. Tripp, do. -- 2.00 67 Fla. Power & Light Co., paused for a few moments rest. What appea-rs to, be wrecked vehicles.
election, every candidate for nom- A 000![ GOmil IOHGIS 239 Clyde H. Sauls, Gen. Ct. lihts 8.34 shows in the background. Out of the, 140,000 of Rommel's men, it is
inetin to sa y oi thei roid- Wk. Sept. 1942 .10 68 CuitytyWaterDept, water Ci o 3 reported that there now remains a force of approximately 20,000 the
ed, fr, shall pay to this Committee 5240 City Watr Dept..- water .649 69 L. Rainey, supplies ------ 27.36 balance having beei taken prisoners or killed.
aten eo $ 0aication Proeedings Board Gounty Coimmis- 241 Fl. od & Lig0ht '. A 7O F. & M. Bank, paid bills 237.75
'seenthde sum. of $5.00 do1TuiaAA 3-. Co. 3. 7 'AIT_except candidates 'for f-he office of signerss' Room, Ociober 7 't 47 71 Monticello Milling CQ., feed 17.75
Councilpwho shall pay the sum 6f A A. D.,1942 5242 & M. Bank, paid bills 40.00 72 Jefferson 'Sales Co., supplies .
52.00. 5243 T. G. Bishop, rent Jefferson & repairs --------- 8.70
ofE eyo u i tre forrn at n The Board of. County C~ommis. Co. Iealtl Unit, 43 75 73 J.AB. Brinson M D rof.AAAAAAA'73M. D., Prof.
Sh4y o file a-statemient rn w r, signers of Jeffersn County, Elor. 5244 Clyde H. Sauls, salary service k-------------- 16.50
Signed with 'is or her signaturdi., met this day in regular session, Sept. 1942 250 74 T. B. Bird, chauffeurs license, 1.50
with the Committee on or before there being present Chairman C 5245 J D. Goldberg 70 yds 75 C. W. Harris, fish A --- 1.88
twelve o'clock noon, November Reams, and: Commissioners John 7e W. Hatchett Bal salary
14th 1942 before the Primary Elec- S. -Shumnan, Fred AStokley, heating 14.0 942 W 2460 .00 J e sar A
tion. 5246 C. J. Reanms, sa.1rSet
No one can vote or takepart 'in Wright and E. Grantham. 'Sept 1942 40.00 77 J. R. Vann, do. ----------25.00
the proceedings' of such Primary Minutes of the- meeting of Septein- 5247 Fred Stokley, do '78 Leonard- Carroll, do. -. 22.50
Election who is not under the.Or- ber 2, 1942, were read and approv- 9 B. oia do. 00
dinance of the Town of Monticello ed 524 8 John H.'Shuma', d7. Nu o 40.-0
to v80 'i. the Annral Mum 40.00
Florida, a lawful elector and auth- ee.e e 5249 E. Grnt do 40.00 80 T. Cla, do.---- 3A
orized- to vote in the Annual Muni- .hfolwnacuts erex 5230 E.' S. Wriglht, do.- 40.00 8.W .Hlad o 75
cipal Election, nor does not intend amnled, approved aid ordered paid. 5251 MrsR J..i HenryHare- o2 Devaiie, do. --------37.50 A
to support the nominees of the Warrants, were drawn for the sev. \ 83 John Clrknd 13.3
Dt'e crasuin Annua Primaur pral amounts, signed, sealed and N22 II r s W .Redsal .4.0 84 Armour & Co., gocerie Aug.. e*'4
Electactually re- o signed in open Doard. Sept 1942 1666 & Sept. ------------- .00169.4
sDedorai with yin th is o Primits, lgeaselerantasAu
side swin oheir- leadns Drn on Geneal Reliim 5253 Houskeeping Aid P4r'oj 2 85 Staidard Oil Co., fuel oil 49.50 6
~ least six months Aimmediately enue Fu' -. I )oaio, St19212 o 86 N Brvig --ra -------tt- tracto
prior to said 'Primary Election. 5164 to 5211, inchisive, paid. to 52f4 E..;W. Davis, care of Ct. H. driving. 54.80 WHERE AXIS WENT TOO FAR WITH BRAZIL
The registration books of the paupers $900 clock -------- 4.00 87 J. M. Morris, agent, gasolinei94.50
Town of Monticello, Floridt, shal 5212 S. D. Clarke, salary 1% year 52$5 June Anderson, salary 88 The Texas Co.. fuel 54.60 lew York.-Julio Berata, head of the Br.zilian Secion Coordinator
to penero2tl)c b both 94 as Atty for Board 10000 Sept 1942 15. 89 Burgman Tractor Equip. Co., of Inter-American Affairs, is shown in his New York office pointing
suppliesrBord---- 113,53 out' to Clolleaguie Dr. Ramnundo Mag albeas where Ai'sUbmarines sank,.
inclusive. 5 5213 L. R. Rainey, supplies '_ 25,37 52,6 D.;A. Finlayson, .'ent office. s
This Ccimiittee shall compile the 5214 J. L, Anderson, supplies 10.40 ,Sept. 1942 --- -------- 10.00 90 S. P. Fulford< fish -- 4.50 Brazilian ships, precipitating the cr isis that last Saturday caused Brazil
results of sad' Primary Election as 5215 Simmpos City' Drug Store 5257 William Broxie, Bal. 91 R V Raulerson, ice ------ 3.00 to declare war on Germany and Italy. President Roose'velt sent a
shon b th reurn oftheInsec- dru1.0 ala e .194 1000 2 Monticello Gro. Co., gro. message to, President Qautlio Vaig as of Brazil .assuring him o i
trs, declare' .the same,' and certify- drugs ---- ----- salry 'A 1942 --------~ 10.00 92Mnielsr.C. r.'t mesaAt rsdn Aoshed C u hana of 5216 J. isA A 25 A.S Gra ,Att. 6 Co ceries ------------.-- 79.25 confidence in "the success of our co mmon cause.",
those nominated for the offices pro- Prof. service .A 4.00 meetings foi- quarer ---. 18.75 Anoco Sr vice Station,
v ded for herein, which shall cause 1 Van H Priest C 5259 A. S. Grant, Gu C W. tire repair; ------ ---- 64.91
the names of such nominees to be 94 Pope's Garage, repairs 89.56
placed on the official ballot to be supplies 22 Sept. 1942 7920 :P79209 Southeastern Tele. Co., .The World's News Seen Through
voted at the ensuing Annual Muni- 5218 Sinclair Refining Co.r fel 26.85 26 A S Gr service 43.25 i tA
cipal Election. 5219 The H. & W. B. Drew Co,. 52 A. S. Grant inquest 1308 hone rent ------------ .o THE CIRIS'IAN SCIENCE MONITOR
A second rPrimary shall be held supplies 1450 5262 1onticello Trading Co ohnnie Conniell, filing saw .50 An laterIational Daily Fewspapei
on December '11th 1942; if necessary lies,_ -----1.056 otcloTaigC.
to'determine.thO nominee for any 5220# Mrs. J. M. Henry, seed & mattress 10.00 Fund 7./is Truthful-Constructive --Unbiased-Free from Sensationaloffice herein provided for, at the labor for Court House square 5.00 5263 B. J, Hamrick, salary for n $1,46 ism-Bditorials Are Timely an Instructife' and Its Daily
Warat Danon' Mothers' Fund A' eausTgte with the Weekly Magazine Section,'AMake
Town Hall in Monticello, Florida. 5221 James Young, inquest t 00 quarter'ending Sept. 1942 150.00 Warrants DrawnorFeatures, Together wor Magazme. Si e
The following are hereby appoint' $222 Pete lcKinny, do 1.00 5264 R. J. Taylor, Coms 12 .84 Mrs. R. I.'Robekts --- 5.)0 A --thMntoran- da-N s eo
Pispecertion ad- clerk. ofsid 5223 Raymond Scott, do 1.00 5265 I. W. Shepherd, labor 29.45 85 Mrs. SuieWitte. 8.0 (I Science Puishing Society
Priar 'Ersi.ii Isos. L.gnbta Fo.som OnA'r SreBso- ascuet
J. Howard McClellan, M. H. Wilson 5224 Willie Lampr, do. 1.00 52,66 Joe M. Carr, postage 2.00 '86 Mrs. Isin Higginbothani. 2.00 One, Norway Street,'aoston,19assachusetts
AInspectors, and John Cureton, Clerk 5225 T. B. Bird; do 21.00 5267 R. W. Raulerson, wood 2 87 Mrs. Estherf Kilpatrick ---- 300 Price $12.00 Yearly, or $1.o0 a Month
ctor~~~~~~~ 88 Mrs Hattieon Kin A.0 A'.agzn 'Price$260a
We Aisey------ 2.00 .,Saturday Issue, includinMazieScon$60aYa
DAVID M. WINANS., 5226 T. B. Bird, salary for quarter 20 Southeastern Tele. Go., 88 Mrs. Hat A atroductory Offer, in6,-seuec 2 $ Cents Y
Chairman Democratic Executive A89 Mrs. Lillie Story -------- 5.00
Committee. ending Sept. 194 15090 phone rent ------ 379 90 Mrs. Trudie Wiliford 4----'5.00 N----Attest: T. 'G. BI&SOPH 5227 Clyde H, Sauls, Ge.i. Ct. Wk, 269 Isiah Penelton, pauper 1 00
Member of Commfttee 'Sept. 1942 go-- 80.00 Total -General-Revenue 91 Mrs. CarrieWters -4.00 A-rs--------- ----.. A
5228 Wilins Funeral Home, Fund '_ 'A' $1,81113 92 Mrs. ,Florrie F.reeman --- 2.00 SAMPLE COPY ON REQUEST
burying pauper 50----- 0' 0 Warrants Drawn on Fine & 9 Mrs. C.E. Walker .- .-4.00
522 9 TheMonticello News, Forfeiture Fund "4
95tital Mrs._MinnieL._______------__.0
Supplies etc. 115.54 4207 T. B. Bird, docket fee $116.00 95 Mrs. Minnie L Brisoni .00
2f"A tY 39 W. L. 'Waigeq,,Agent, '4208 Mytle Johinso-nfwitness fee 3.80' 96"rs M'dip~n 20
"ourance 29.40' 20 Wfyt JTenJr., do e 80 0'rs. .M If th0 er-0 942- T FOLKS" VACATION HEADQUARTERS -- 1942
5231 Clyde H. Sauls, recording 7.50 42160 C. E; Everett. doi,.. 380 98 Mrs. Zo Hightowr 00 A
7 q Ms. lacheClrk ---- A Take a Two-Week Land Cruise,, Including Transpor5232 Bishop Off. Equip. Co., 4211 Preston Hunter, do 2.00 1 Mrs. Genche Granrk.00 station and Hotel Room accommodations, via Stream- i
8' S.A A'supis -95241LeiTaor' 2.9100 Mrs. Gensie Grangerz--2.00 ainndHtlRoAcmoains
U.S.WA_______OND__supp. li n- iquest 95.62 4213 Lewrs Taylo, o. 2.0101 Mrs. H. A. Bilinski- 3.04) lined TrainAto) Riviera otland Returitfor only $55.00
523 G.C.ESTmn, FIustEST,421 May SdedLAoRGES.0T,
5234 G. S. Bramlt, do. 2.00 4214 Willie Young, do.. 2.00 102 Mrs. Mary Gill.'-----' 3.00 A FLORIDA'S NE ET'IET n A RGS
5236 C. H. Davis, do. 2.00 4215 Mary E. Wright, do. 300 103 Mrs. Sallie Morgan.----- 2.00 ALL-Y~iEARd JanaTEL.41A
A'105 Mr.Lucille Skdinner .. 3.00 Cdee aur,14
%% (ag a *'4g A106 Mrs. -Claude -Allen '---.3.00 '. 2 *,AA.
UT7I nu ~T~I ~ A10.7 Mrs. Eugeie JIorner-_--.4.00
ti ~ 'A A ~I0 RN ING M A IL 'os.M ary '. Norman 2.oA-o
110 Mrs. Jpsse. Brunmbley-..2.00
The Aerial Camera for use on 111 Mrs. Corn Mae-Bozeman -- 6.00
Scout and Observation and Recon- -. -112 Mrs. Audrey .Norman -__ 4.00 :
naisance planes is essential to-both '-'' '' 113 Mrs. W. W. Johison -4.00 "
AA the Arrmy and Navy air forces in- GETI114 n Mrs. Mary Biown 2.00
'A Planning battle formations and in oh-b.~ oa ohr' .t4n ,:,
A2 taining information on enemy forti- -ATE t OPEN FTotal -Mot- -- -- --ers ..A A2u~
fications and movements. They look Fund__----------'-- -$102.00 ."'~~.A .~~:AA A:AA ~ ~A '~:
something lik~e a cannon, and cost Warat Drawn On Agric~uture --; ..'
about $3,400 piece. Fund ~ AAAA~. AAAAAAAA*AAAASA.A
A .116 -Mrs. Maurice Loeb, services *
A 'A A' A 1It~~ -in .Home Dem. officeA
~--'A A A' Sept. 1942~ Li-- $- .. 25.00 THE RIVIERA HOTEL BIAR AND GRILL
. 11 u7Miles Groover, office rent- Near Daytona Beach, Florida.AA
A NeroCounty Agent ...-.. 3.00 AWhere the Tropicsa Begin" .
Tptal Agrilture a'eAt IAand Conference Headquarterw the Year Bound. on '.. ,... $28.00 ,Capaclty 350 Giuests'
Warrants 'Drawih on Publicity Funyd. ~ ARdoadEeti a nEey-om
- 1 .N tp~s'~lrrA- Coktail Lounge, Bar and Grill, -:8 meals daily per person
Sef- f... .... 150 rom p1,30, Golt Links. Artesian Swimminig fool with SandA
WARRANTED ) DRAWN ON JAIL 1ec.TniBditn itPnGout asso
The aerial- cameraman can plot -.-TIME ;WARRANTS ^FUNDi and shuttleboard Courts, Ballrgpm and Convention Hall.
widetexritoiesin bol reiefso f8 F & Bak, aidbills $30.00 Banquet Facilities, 1,000 Acres of Spacious Ground.
that Army or Navy Intelligence can Motion made and carried to plaice COOLElST OPOT IN 1)IE; AT TJHE 2IRTHPLAGE OF
make accurate measurements of en- ,.onMtesPn THE TRADE WINDS. Where the Labradlor (Arctie) Curemay territory1 We need' many of MsWileJrteon ohrsPn-rent meets the Gialt Stream, and -Bathing and Fishing are
ths cmra oneesaytotesidn IL'st 'for' 2 childrenn 'Baperb.
thes ameras so th essry-n toavy. BondA of Josh Clark ascoy1reroafr eeesrpeEerar
You can help buy them with your CTEST guard in the sum 'of. $1,000.00 withy /
purchases of War Bonds.. Invest at '*~ S. C.' Walker 'and S. T. Kidder as HOtEL RIVIERA, Box 429, Daytona Beach, Fla.
least ten percent of your income ev- .Sureties was presented to the Board Rost for. Year Mlonsg in Florida."
ery pay day,,and help' your county -an apred- Poe100 nAryaad a Wil ee Yu
~go over 'its War Bond Quota. ~ 42 \-M-otioan inpade rid.,to Phone $800 on Arrival and. Car Will Meet You_________,U. S. Treasury Debartmens - Motiop--. made and- A_______________carried________to____place___- 1 ___ __ __ ____agill_ __ __ ____II_