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The Monticello news
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Monticello news (Monticello, Fla.)
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Monticello, FL
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Weekly[ FORMER <1925-1965>]
v.58 no.30 February 19, 1943


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Newspapers -- Monticello (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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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To all Service Men, and Their The senir c Iass 6f Q IMt1C ZtJ ii MiO l trto o a a oo
Dependents: H h 1iScho ol resents a hilariosEdc oS th beonnain anb ou 'Y ill take place at all school
Mr E ~ Gstnriiu Scrtaconmedy farc in thre acts "Giv Me crc hi~OtISeS in> the county. Go to your
for the. State Service O;ff 'cer, will be :X rdt: Frda nvit, Febuar 19, ut prgr near'est schol Monday and TPuesday
in Moitl'cllo oil Friday, Felbru~ary :01t8 ocJ~Tr T se' Fe'bi~ 2'Z
26, to assist any ex-service men or :1The audience isprmie tweea My spe krs oil tiel su-T our War Ration BQok No
the, dependents Jf men now in Slbr- 11 ours I f side-splittin- laughter a~t~ Cts
vice.' Mr. Gaston will be at the Siene 13sn salats n ebrsadfinsaeakdt a apple foi- the entire fm
Farm .Security Office. If you have illi igo 6 oiandlan hW e PYfPtU ajy. B3e sure itoa y WarRation
a claim, meet him' on this date. Valali, In1 actress, who are Gregor\- Februar 2 Be genlerous and s c e Bok> No.. I'for eachi member il
W. -M. SCRUGGS, Adjutant an M ark' girlfriends.;notto nivilb ta 9fl'-n hs~ a ay to et 'family -,wl you when pplyigfo
Otto Walker Post No. 49 tin B~ridge ",that ole' Iris iniflt Iep Wav Ration BokTN~j B2e~ suret
o/ mine" who keep hie' stuios sbprepared to anwrquestions i and' san. Things~ hapen thiick and- regard to aount o~f can-ned -od
HO EH SIAIYfast wvhen Mrs. Atwel and Fay and 4o ttied goods on hand.. DThno
WANTED FOR SOLDIERS'enr' il twjif p- nd.~n 3otI god
pear Th Slie~'~Ofiltt an~t~ quarrel between Fay and Gl ria o~nly that wlihi ou pucaed.
like to find home hsitality for an- A~RMY TO DR IAFT 400,000 MEN MONTHLY Over Spencer and irgor, >.' 1heldyv~I~s ,er
other' onvoy of isoldiers who Will Modaiid Tueda ebrur
arieiiMnieoSaudyngt. Washint~on. D. C.-Soundphoto-Maj, Gen. Lewisj B. Hers'heyv director mnanage to sraigte ting out2ad2 t'ornaetsho
'o~ ~~~o 'Sentertain Si ~~ervice, informed the 11 Use il'iiary C~ommtee that~ aout Nvhen> HlIber and 0live upset thie ' oijo o
of teemni would liksfo t100,000 mne'n 'will bethe iontlily quiota for the nation's draft boards nple cart., wihyu
nih rio u~ in~~ during tie next few months. _Alj. Gen.' Hersey, oppse'l. a roposed The cast includes J. A. Bradshiaw,
I. congresiona mesure tawould grant miarried1 me with children Marjore Mc D lelli wiM'; 17.Gllngain bet n. teiprary deferments. Photo show s Maj. Gen. Hershe conerring with son, Pby~ Thomson, Jimy Gooper
Rep. Paul M ta itaanb>i J. Kii:1ay of Texasa miemnher ofthe .comiittee (le'ft), andRp ait acet enn anrOFCR',CUS
change. e.JthetIJnnMa A
If i I m~osjbl' fr~ o ~ I ndrewN J.-Daiy, chairman of the Ho use Ml'fta Commit~tee, center. Carolyn Pattersonjvlonte 13 amlelt o IOl.~ lG
eifit ias impos~ ib e Yo ton el Foo Sillf ill cil-apa
contlrih~ltc to the. Soldiers' Enter- BsOY SCOUTING J. H M IKFaiattening a Batter~y Offtainnent' Fund? G6A rlbut4ons Wiil 'ersFA' VC *. ~ >4vn( Course iNo. 92t te Fiel r
he appreciated ancaY aye give to AItUE jl)NTlery School, here.,
FINhANCES GULF fe Edwards, Harre'l F Wya,m Jun pr teso<
'f 11 ~ws: rs. R. H. Gelling, Mrs. T. "Accor1dini'to E.~ S.'Baii a called WVil aia e' eamtc was here 'will be a SdeHakn Whtley Fisim ti, Driftn Fla.
T 1. Tuirnjbull, Mrs. L. M. Keen, Mrs. n flce PC. Wilkins' an~d Mrs 'lyde Sauls. the a~ pdtl calle to active
te Suannee River Counil was surance C~ompJany at a~-stockolers 'pa" >Thisi the firs of it kid 0tvc It saHenry linilsey, ,a. pi-tv ate in the 1edi ~,~k Vie d~ i vgit ir gdilate Uiersity of Florida.
armed~pr~ ~sevingin te Paf At [hat me>etina L. A. area, arrived Wedniesday night after RESRe t adPyn TM .traS< 1 c.i e/Mntw 'ie.g'vhating re eived ns& fahs father's e193 t~~~o a lne 0 and as chestra wil mak itefrt p I~E V / i*M
havin. He will reansvea as.fie 6f ~ i t he' towns in thle serve a- s assistant manager of the auice with ho~tter aniter nubr Wasingon Da.e C.U S.i 'tavi Wl hANbyon RIS ~lit fi~afe~4>E~~ ifr.j~i5 ikt 1 ioni o
the opra'. budtget,a' "deficit' is wVhiii he became" agency> aupivs-, rag-time ydelers will~ offer spca CeySteter "of Morisnst. EW
S)TM N {R~ deveopingandrecmmended' that or. Heis iwel kown i G nsuanc nubr 0-, CO)e W BUILD''t ew fn4
'i o otii rl i i~ntpi -ai~es." ipoens Ileere offie Pr esident Alfred Fer t&' vas back
11A column devoted to the opervitons nless the defiei is i- Florda -'6cuttersMe M1ant A., and Bet-U S.Mrin*e Cis. The wif of at he eado teg(l
interest of Jeff erson County ieihiately 'ovrefi' MVany fr'iends herce Will be inter- 1y wo' of thei< Kiais Clube~artie n1~
Wildlife a'nd its preserzvation So 0 1al peopl a 1ve alrady ested as IHarniiic} was a residn ofAr sta 4 s~extt wVfo give tfhe An- Major $treetel has three son in the te'fn It Lt J. Herma Hugh~es
-1__subscribed______ to the budget, mny hav IMOi lo, hvng bee graduatedt dew Sisters stiff competition, will service. She was grdute fro 'al. -if CraftS, .' ls lt
hdit. Thy F W arro 1 board' otedi from te loa scoo. entertain. /Admission will be charg- Boy il
'C~nsry~ton fT vert'extend 'the, time of de- ed./'~al< sd~~
I~~~~~~~ -e~ fELT FOR VITOYtentito -hei ned fo i- riu
There has bee" *i blef >on theri part students of wilid' life that local citizens and have the oppor- Tlhe secon 0 of ote Hlealt~h for ~i,. 'ONCE UPONi A Defense Cii e 6
onice a species entered into a decline~ tan' y.6f raising> ttind to cove'the tory liectures whihi areeing spon- HONE~YM.OON' Prof.W 'J. Bulloc statedtha te
it 'exteriination rle~t fr4 ore by the Monfticello 'omnan's ISHOWS S!1R...MIO, ew ration 00o would be -issued
re Ti iedo e~story of boy today, when such trining Js Club'Wasliven0 ol.te .Alonday and Tusday, next. Apple
the native gamne bid and. animals needed more than ever 'Bn~ ~ ~ui ~ riigl,~ 1,te~tr for the first timfle ia>J4c~alts ill lie reuir'dt bing tei
upto twety-five year A- 'cmite inluin W.~ J Telcue Mrs. sie two lot)~" sfr Bf tinle scren G oc H
TChe fault we'fn with those who lien of Moultrie, Ga., Payne 1. Mid- FlordPoeanLih copay offers a atrygIlnpeo yeI ]rdcd o uhs
rat whs ssnil the re.' an con yeJ. Haho~,ler 'lave at warr an Leo~ Me-y Rv.~ B. A:.p Romts was indcte int
beis a' ci- et, I.~ hnall Bell, eorge 1". ~y all interesting. talki on the dif- 'against world a LUST inRLN
fiction, as an argument against con- 'Lewis, Ralph Proctor, 'Wi. F. J'ac- fer @tcuts of meat an t he best' Care's "Once Upon A HIonevinoon" teKi 'anis Club. Judge Bird
servatioil measures or~ through just obs,, Rf. F. Bellamny anA.C. iu$tt'' D.~ig~ Iten w~pe nof preprin thm e No bhida y cake was cut 1) o made the induction talk and present,
plain pessimism, Is that. they aire not port of Tallahass~ee, Fl. A. EayC auda a'fpn$ii '"d Mo~nday. for, tile effersnEut Jel~ ~ ~pi mben
koeping up to date on thir history er Of- Monticello IFla., Jud~ge Guy Using asIhis themie the< lAght-heart- Unit-o 1its first b'rt' day, February '
eASER STAa 'The (fr ti 'p e eis e' recent doath of 'Simeon Docyle
in this matter.' Mc ~~olain of Mayo, Fla., Henry Wein- .JS R STA 1f j 0' a 'faithful Tallahassee' Kiwivnian
itwoldh qmstulif~rnin tod1.~u' berg, .,R Kidcai astern Stai witll
theml if they wol nomthem- 'of Quinicy, Fl'a.,'and others, 'was or-g' p< t' npe tra
ieesthoh'yalable statistics of ganized to' present, the inatter to pgetti supp.att.Ger dri- P. c meanlin by Iback1g ouning wishes.. clb resoltio of sorrowan
the wonderful come4back' a number e'ver~y major- community in the fif'- leaf Caife Tickets 'are. 'ow i"on sale. it igainst Naziworio-anrbitu n- The drecto an sta4{ e 'haton a ra tot n;h O~f species of the wild life family1 teen 'coutie's of the, Suiwannee Riv- ' cpe and'the sucessive< seeps the may wel ak pride in-the firstfarhgdt atndt~
a er oucl n give an opor intoAusri 'and nPolandk andi rape. )-ear's wokad in'h recgntion fueral
report by Dr". H. L. Shantz, chief titnity thisel eregency, EPISOPA CHURC i~atpaNthe par of al A rpi Pogram Ehatrmn' Naish asip
of Divison of Wil~dlife mxanaieent, regardless :of whether they have al- le~J ~il 'h~n RcIr1a cerey n atndl the e>..E
sl'wste nceaeiii a few of our' raky made 'some contributionn to-, broadcaister, watching iteres 'edly speke of tII1ni ie l he dlay Prf Jones
copeatonhae ee. lve tl

The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., Friday, February 19, 1943
Fren-, h aders Brought Together Presidents .eet.
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If thawed too quickly meat that
has been frozen will likely be
IWNESCR 1c0 toug.,
: Rysatage.By VIRGINIA VALE Notes of anReleased by western Newspaper Union. When patching a print hess
Innocent Bystander: match the patch with the prinf
T'he Magic Lanterns: Alfred Hitch- ARGUE,RITE CHAP- so that it will be less noticeable.
cock's latest, "Shadow of a Doubt," MAN'S glad to join in the
is one of the most exciting melodra- share-a-4ide Inovement (she gets iFet hats will last longer if
masterpieces . .'Nobody on the. bruaaUjuteog ast rv Qad~~ shed with a b-rush made of.
stage or screen is a better actress. jus enug gas todiet adhin not with a whisk broom.,
.'than. little? Margaret O'Brien. Most 4; '.,*..from 'woruiat. C.olumbia studiosaren't as good. She tears the heart every day), but on tefirst a You can freshen u drab
o urt of yur throt -in Jourey for that she worked in her new pic- baskets ty asting on some
starring J. Cagney, Margaret deliv- out a new stunt. Attached to her using a white shellac over
ers The Gettysburg Address better, cu adoor is a-snallbo ith a.Red n paper. wt s
perhaps, than Lincoln himself . Cross painted ln it, and a repe
The March of Time's "We Are the for cos. Her passengers aregel Set a five-gallon pail of old
Marines" is thefirst release fro to drop in the bus' fares that they crank case oil in the tool shed,
that group that seemed dull ... Real save by riding to work with a movie into which small tools may -be
marines in action at the front, too, stav dippedafter using this to peent
but the actors im "Comimandos Strike r.tar! rusting.
at Dan" took your breath .away -*--e* *
with their phony war . In that, Re member "The Dark Angel"? Put the wooden salad bowl near
film Lilliah Gish's bit-playing didn't Samuel Goldwyn will make it again, the stove after Washing, but never
hold me, at all . I kept thinking: Here Panama's president, Ricardo starring Teresa Wright This third over direct or intense -heat. Too
"Here she is aptiearing in a propa- Adolfo De La Guardia (left) greets much heat -will cause the wood to
ganda picture, although she attacked the visiting president of, the neigh- wap and perhaps crack, but mod
war a year ago, by accusing;H611y- boring republic of Costa Rica, Dr. eate heat is necessary to dry thee
wood of forcingg' her into a film in Rafael Angel Guardia. The occn- bowl thoroughly before, putting it
1917 to arouse hatred, etc." .. sion"was an official three-day visit away.,
"China GirlP is only entertainment to Panama.
wh n ly iteThe bringing together of the two French leaders- emen of the two
hen-audiences kid it. main factions of divided France-was one of the big achievements of the
historic' Casablanca conference. Shown, left to right, are Gen. Henri In Blitzt
The Coast-to-Coasters: The big Giraud, commissioner of French Africa; President Roosevelt; Gen.
query in, Brazil: "Why did your Charles De Gaulle, Fighting French leader, and Prime Minister Winston
country stop letting us hear Lowell Churchill.
Thomas now and then?" Please send that item to Mr: Nelson Rocke' feller's Inter-American Committee,
Washington, and help cement rela- Stettinius Before Iouse Hearlhag
tions with South America . Joe
Besser's interruptions on Jack Ben- . . .
any's show -are the most amusing
gags in a long time . The endless
interruptions on Infopleez ("The best
tunes of all go. to Carnegie Hall ")
must have robbed that. attraction of "TERESA WRIGHT
nany listeners. ,Most irritating.
And so you remedy matters by sim- version will bring the story pto Oh o! '
ply dialing to another program date; the hero, an American officer, ,Frof the 1tand* reco
/~'-,-~a-"-~""la"4 ~wall be blinded in fighting at Guadal- er for tee
George-Denny's "Town Hall Meeting WillebiddiCghig'tGaa tawow
Mof the Air". remains a radio-must. -. canal. lo higeH
The claims here and there that cer- 0 f
Lur and Abnnen of radio f am
tain radioanews commentators "have Lum and Abner of radia fameC
the largest audience mn the U. S." have--done a great service t the,
were'debukyked by the radio page in motion picture indudtry; RKO rethe current issue of Time, which Drts that thousands. of persons who Ease Attractslists the first ten programs," and had never before seen the inside of 'Most men are more willing
names only one reporter. a 'movietheater now go to the plc- Indulge in easy vices than to prac,
eretary of theav F Kno tures made by these two radio fa-- tice laborious virtues. -Dr. S.
The Intelligentsia: Theis shown in Pearl Hrbor after his vorites. They're now starring in Johnson.
heg return-from a'-tour oPacifc bases. o Weeks't6 Live."
Says," a first effort by Sgt. James While at Guadalcanalhe was under
Cannon of -Fort Dix and PM as "'-a"a' aevnhua.tac, anis~e-- ':"DI
which is -hardly news to all of us Sto, in the Hebrides.- maing bo npur
o h- dt ySanto, ast' pictu Chire'." Hefe e'd
who aid e coulwrite long ago lifting HtIr's hildi' e had Ostipation, with
Guadakanal Diary," (Random -to give the-Nazi -salute while workHouse) by Richard Tregaskis of Int'l Coiffure Controversy ing on location al the Los Angeles
Newsis tie Feb. Bok-of-the-Month aOrphans' Home, and a group of Ease for Stomach, too
-a literary monument to, AmIerican a'reaw n tirschool boys watching from the side- r ohieroismr . Axiother first effort 'is Edward it. Stettinius Jr., lend-lease administrator, is shown pointing walk cut loose when he made that r il o r
The Listeners," a novel byLt. Her- to a map-chart with Rep. Sol Bloom (N. Y.), chairman, of the house for scene. A canvas screen had to be dizzy spells, ga, coated tongue, and bd
bert Whiting (Appleton-Century). eign affairs committee (right), shortly after he appeared-before the com- put uIt before he could go ea Well, breathyoutstomachis
........... ifedicte b s l o rt det oy r .~ a.n sd 0 ~ h puott upepis n r beforaed' he:a hl v coul gof cul ntre l o. ell,' brehpsylo u rbitmon. is2,~o probablyb "Ttepg
ost Rrd e holding hearings on ita bill to extend the $60,000,000r lend lease "Ia O wants audiences to h feel that the blues" because your bowels don't
--Reporter Robert Casey's "Torped pom.tehlighaig nabl oetn h a hnta cn sfah~ move. It calls for Laxative-Senna to p'iifl
.--- Junction" (we just cagtupd wgram wa whe tha scn is slasedat the trigger on~those lazy bowels, coinit ( ustcaught- the screen, but youggo t says that bined withSyrup Pepsin for perfect case
it)isa obs-leril orer -it ,was the^ most embarrassing mo.. to yur stomach mn taking. For years,
"--Itl nofi-- a'*-- -ment of his life. mainyn Doctors have given pepsin prepa-aa th' W/itim' -a ,srationas in their prescriptions to make
....e e.i.. Italian Prisoners of War 'Rec 1V alta ..... Maltaues
The Magazines: The caning and or medicine. more agreeable to atouchy
moxie of the Hitler haters inside the Douglass Drake, Columbia con- toachSo besu s lon C
bll~anafaker t, -ye, 'else in... ..... army ... ...
Reich are ,reported in "Spy at tract player, 'enlisted in the army well's Laxative Senna combined with
Work in The Atlantic. Jon B. six months ago, and thought his Syrup "-e -in-'See how wonderfully't
Jansen and Stefan Weyl thrill you screen career was done for, for the Laxative Senna wakes up lazy nerves and
with the 'adroit ho duration. But he was given an hon- onss in ymosties t b te
stunt becomes all the more admir- orable -disahairge for injuries re- com rle from Pepsin makes this
able when yoi Imow they operated ceived whilb in service, and returned tive so'comfortable ildeay on you
with hardly any money This to be tested for a role in the Rita Stomach Even finick children love th
a--?'-- ; eday-.i~terBenit6s testedmpir -/ ...... -.- .....o :taste of this pleasant family laxative.'
Week introduces the guy Who did -. Kayworth-Brian Doilev30 comedy,, Take Dr. Caldwell's Laxative Senna commost to make a monkey out .of Goeb- V"My Client Curley.'? bined with Syr-up Pepsin, as directed on
bels .(excepting Nature, who mde label or as our doctor advise ahd feel
him look likemne). -e is,'according "Jean Porter of Cisco, Texas,, ar "s .....n.m..r' d.
to Curt .Reiss, the Soviet propa.gan- ..rived in Holly ood iusa SouthernF
dists' Lozovsky. His hooting onthe accent-but got her fl scren role, Noble Nature
Berlif newsctstings choked lies in in "The Youngest Profession," be- A noble nature can alone Aa
Nazi ullets, and his pamphleteering use of her ass ed Souther ract the noble and retain them.
..has caused 'Hitler o duble his carntth- drawl.- Then she was cast in "Faca a
pet devourings . Theatre Arts ty as co-ed with a SouthMonthly cites Katharine Crnell'se n!
otribute to Thornton yWilder h lnsitgrad l l h. capmo t bt
translation of "TsLucrece," ia khii lr o
I -the U. Caalto redind uriepou hair or thnit ha Vhtred 'lcn apalIte R
Woo cott'so tpete usedeo bite we? is the burning question -of the Barry Wod was ved the ost withawared oth
peope, ut i neer sowe as anyhoutr. An expert shows the aulswept popular male singer on the Columbia -RIGHT AWAY, .VapoRub goes to
fagle a ts t never ha owe red m Italians captured when their merchant ships running from Italy were course in two versis. In front Broadcasting Systen, in three ma- work-loosens phlegm-eases i gos shi t onr the di d the attacked are shown as they.came down- the gang-plank from two British he has shaped the hair very short jr radio editors'. polls-whereupon muscular soreness or tightness- -pieclifted eyebrow 11 twed r lying alongside one another in port. .The prisoners were loaded to achieve the soft curl on the fore- heleft that network t become an r h s augi Brg
sou sparing asit.Probablywo into lorries,.shown in the foreground, as the British -tars,, lining the head(top). Thefan-shapedbackde- 1NBC star, taking ommand'of th ful cohft
have- got plaudits: frpm the icin rails, watched the proceedings.-Soundphoto..- sign (blw is one of inany types, new "All-Time Hit Pa-ade,"' the pr- anInvts ICK
who hated dak 1ann kery gra that now' succeeds "Informa- restful sleep. VAPQRU
Th ay-ae aBnito' emia -- 'D tion Please" on that Friday night. a
diHuesn i t1 g t1sO USter Ough Ri pCae sin a rnegie Hanlle
die .T the i. rags t r aa et n aofro Fthlest i
goes with losers. Old Baldy couldn t -Bandleader Woody Herman, wholl at all.
get a worse punishment, than hoots be featuredaa- -aa- inF" -'aa---"Quota'---a.,aaa---,-aGirjl"-'- with' b faiaed n Qot ir wt
from 'the '-~.-,--a.-crowds who once vive'd" -a"aa~a"-a' a-'-a"'a a'' ---"'~ "a -aaaaa- -"--"---" a -aa Sonja Henie, has prve that the
- his balcony hamming .m Mostly 'La-a m .Stnaerei 'adage, "Like father, like son" is al RHEUMATIC PAI
a- you agree -with Walter Duranty, but aa-a---aa --.--''--a-"--" wrong,, pointing out ,that following Heed not Spoil tour Day-let after it low
not wnen,-' in a mag pi ,he calls dad's footsteps 'would have made ont put off getting -2223 to reel eo nd ier cate oe The ,h aasadrhim a vaudeillian, Sammy Kaye a lieve pain of muscular rheumatismi
on'o e a n f i t r ep oer th e y attoR sa-a-ow-eae civai engineer, and Rudy Vallee a ad oth e heu m tc a n.r Caut
- } don't. -cme:laney rte wspre. AlthWughterre slitl-olug'-butamngte itzer-oaGer t-r-ofa oran bnce repairdpo4ani vill tdugg istn-toe Siho ld Usolya dietd Fis d0 te
Kerr filed misome paragraphsito the ville p dhavggbeeKatesit woul purchase price back it not satisfied.
a Reid family's paper as "a Moscow prob a U'rsonga b av bren rWsrw' b 60c and $1.00. Today, buy C-e223.
4 gossip clmnut If hewats aa title aconertc vobii' 'r Wano' be _____________- ForONLYl10INew
Quotation Marks-manship:Rupert ODDSaAND ENDS--Dinah Shore will esh
Hughes: Her face was teher chape- -ew probably appear in ae Goildwyn picture, Le
- rene ... Faith Baldwin: She was t "With Flying Colors" .. You should see
torn between love and booty F. . Arita, of th.'e "Tommy Riggs" show, doing
Anon: When you talk, you only tiay lean marotngn olle 'jstes..vD -ariew.m
something you know. When you lis- Adm. William H. Standley, retired Metro cnart.. dafrr erends goiew
ten, -you learn 'what, someone else U. S. naval chief, now ambassador to costar with Kay Kyser in a film musikn-ws. . F. O.Rpae: h a to Russia, is shown behind the wheel cal, tentatively called "Keep 'Em Sing.
Up like an exclamation point of a jeep during a recent inspection ing" Gary Cooper and Ingrid Bega dos
goobyofone to never- see again many these days, there are smiles all around among the top kicks of the somewhere in the Middle East. Pic- movie teams, first thing they know-they- ~. John -Kennedy: -A military ,ex- military machines gathered around Hitler. General of Infantry Zeitler, ture was taken while Standley was have the leads in Warners' 'Saratoga 'T
pert is one who tells you what is go- right front, is talking to his Fuehrer. Its the right background is General en route to Moscow to return to his Trunk" .. Harriet Hilliard's slated for 5 E E U I~.
-ing to happen -tomorrow-and then Field Marshal Keitel. post, after important conferences. a leading role in "The Failcon Comes *e
a ~~tells you 4hy it didn't. 'a ak

The Monticello News, Montitcello, Fla., Friday, February 19, 1943
LLthechyr n of a bygone day
0.... RelHase be so etrN1perlnoA isaos pu l eved bir mouse.
HEY biggest atlei jplDtt in theur essont ooffn skr rtla
SPEIA Af..TICLES Lae naarinn de ls hnle a uby Weter a ewspae eno. acawt a i febodr
BY~......... ..H. LEnIN 50lop miles northe ofbhia OloucusRle. u in ue
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THE MONTICELLO NEWS son, State of Florida,' and described time dissolving said corporations. H
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY IN LEON COUNTY. The East Monticello Nursery Company
Half of Northeast Quarter of Sec- Monticello
MONTICELLO ADVERTISER tion 29; the east half of the south- It is further directed that a copy
Established 1869 east quarter of the southwest quar- of this notice be published one time
MONTICELLO CONSTITUTION ter of Section 36; the south 38 acres in The Monticello News a neWspapEstablished 1873 of northwest quarter off northwest er pauiished win Jefferson County,
Changed to quarter of Section 32; the southwest Floriaa, in which county the home A DS.MONTICELLO NEWS-1903 quarter of southeast quarter, south oflfce, of' the above listed corporahalf of northwest quarter ,6f south- tion is shown to be located.
4 g 3 p_ 'Z east quarter, and; the east -half of In Witness Whereof, I have hereR-e~FiO~il)1PR1 SS 1-,oOCIATION 'the southwest quarter, and seven unto set my hand and caused the
NAIOSLDIORIALASOOATJON acres east. of Lloyd-Miccosutee Great Seal of the State of Florida to WANTED Experienced book141 -Road'in southwvest quarter, of Sec- be affixed, at Tallahssee, the Capital, keeper and typist. Regular pokition 34; also the north half o south- this the 5th day of Feb, A. D. 1943. tion: Prefer age 24 to 30. Applicaeast quarter of Sectiol '35; all of (SEAL)A A GRAY tis kept confdential Roddenbery
above lands beirig 'in Township It .. Secretary of State Hardware Co., Cairo, Ga. it
WILL H. BULLOCH Two North of Range Three E st.
Edir dP t Also the southwest quarter of
tor an roprietor Northwest Quarter of Section 8; In the Circuit 'Court of the Second FOR SALE-2-horse riding John
DOROTHY 13TLLOdH 'ahd 10 abres in the SW'4 f NWV4 ,nFJudicial Citcuit of 91orida, in apid sand
Publisher of Section 11, In11 'Township One for Jeffersoi Cohnyty. In Chancery. discs; good as new. Fran lin WootThe Officil Paper of Jefferson -' N6rth of Range Three East. Maurice Emerson Wolfakill,. en, Monticello. 1tp
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PosttOffreedand Th at st1 Post Qffcearthle Marie martin WoAfkill,
Count h~e'I' 'oes'th Nfof these Qurter;'s 'i 'vrt. Divorce, cook. Good working hours andEnee tMotcloPotOfc Quarter. of Section 1';' thle,Nortlrwest defendant salary from $20.00 to $30.00 a Mail matter of the Second Class narter; the est the in the Nami __________________________~uar, e e Inthe Na~ of th~'Sateof lorda Allhassee,,Florida. 2-19-4tif
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lephone 0 4 Quarter;1 the East Iaf of 8te South- address, as particularly as isikuown FOR SALE-50 acres good farm
OFFICE OF PUBLICATION west Qute d the Ntest to the plaintifft is 202 E. Jacoby land, 2 miles southwest of town.
News Building Dogwood Street uater o t t othesQuartr, Street, Norristowna, ee Betsy Poter Monticell,
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$20 North-westf Quar, of-ein 3 iqehrb~oii4ta si
One Year -------------2.0 i~I'l nTwsi'Oi ot as been brought against you in the
911~~~~~~~ inTwsi n 1 ot o ircuit -Court 'for Jefferson Coutiy,Six Months -------------1.00 Range Three East -- Florida, i-n han ery, by Mari""
Three Months ----------- 75 This 13th," day Of January A. D. Enerson Wolfskill, and you ,ar
Vase hereby 'required to file with the LIVSTOCK AUCTION SALE
Case No. 35830-.L S. D. CLARKE, Clerk of said Court your written'ap- LV.SOKACINSL
ADVERTISEMENT FOiR PROPOS- Guardian of estate of Annie Lloyd pearance (persoally o attorALS T1O LEASE POST-OFFICE Bond. 1 5-5t ney) in said suit on Monday, the 8th
QUARTERS. day -of March, A. D. 1943, and there- AND CATTLE TO
Plost Office Department, Office of Mr. y he NOTICE after to file 'with said Clerk your
Insjeptor, JacksourIlle, la., Feb- M Ir R. B. Shum-an who has been said County at Monticello, Florida, wrttef-defense if any, to thebill
ruary 10, 1943. a -alien t in' Ecl 'Miyilai-- With eight calendar -months fom 1 the of complaint in said suit at the time MONTICELLO STOCK YARD
Proposals are hereby solicited,'to t fhe tilne of the first publication of OF INTENTIONt TO DI~SSOLVE h
be # dilal, Thomasville, Ga.,' for several I ti otic h ca fl corporatiois listed below prescribed b
be reiedin the office of Post- thsntc.Ec lino cuw ;Herein fail' not or, judgmient"-will, "'
Onxce inspector M. R Morgan at weeks, returned hme h Thursday. shall be in writing, and shall state wh'cl corporauions -were incorppr- be' entered againsyou b defult. Auction every Monday, and get JaeksonviiRe, Fla., up to ind,'includ- the place of residence and post office acted inder the aws otFlorida, and Witness bny hand and the seal of highest market prices. Sale
ing 1\hrch1,2th., 1943, to furnish Liqutenant James D. MLeod. son addreA's of the clkiianant, and shall re d-sinoet frthrpe ('years on pt
quarters suitable for post-office pur- of Dr. N. IV. McLeod of AubciIa Fla.; be sworn to by the claimant, his oramoe 1467 te 131si As C Yards J. M. Hwtins, grc
poses 'Monticello, Florida, under a is now receiving bombardier in- agent, or attorney, and an such a'e La A f d Febiiy, Flora, t s 1rse sa do dsbo strction the Army Mr orces vor d n be Notice is iereby g ve under the (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
2 standai~d- form of lease ate ay s-te -dace Fl'n'ShaGrsa, -~ LC V IHP -p~vsos'f0 ter 16880 Acts of C "~ LYDE t. SAULS
Post Office Departnent, at a stated Advanced F1ying lioo, Carlsad, ALICE EV ISHOP t @ or Clek theCircuit Court-Jeffprice per anunin, including heat, New M1exico' B'fore coin to the As administratrix of the Estate of 1935, LCtys I Florida, 4o kach of the C ofnthe terida
light, power, water, toilet facilities, Carlshad Army Aif Field, he had George T. Bisho ceased. bn corporations listed below 'the de n wCo 1 Parker
plumbing, heating, aind lighting fix- '-' First' publication February 19th., big noprtdudrIOL~sClwl, ehns&Pre t'X1~~~ ,N~
of n iae completed cadet niavigati 'training 1943. 'u 2-9-4t -of Florida that- aceordi, to the Attoyneys for Plaintiff. 2-5-5t BU S R BONDS
from S tembr 7, Coal Gdble,- Florida, where he 'reOrds of the rtar of St
from Septemnber 7, 1943. atCrl'als~Fo-ahand every'of sueh corporations '- ,
Floor space of about 1700, square was commissioned a second licuten- NOTICE apea dee uc' orp rat
feet is desired. ant. appear Dnquent for hree (
Important -considerations N are a Notice is hereby giren that the years or more in thfiiing of reports ','"
reasonable central location, good undersigned ia Guaedlan of the es- and payment of taxep under tch p- C OS
daylight, and accesibility to rear NOTIC TO C1RElDITORS tate of Apnie ljoyd Bond, an hisane visions of Chapter 1-1677, Actso
or side entrance for mail~s. peso w '- ill on the 17th,, day of 1931 Lhawvs on of riaid thatr- iProrl
General building requirements, 1933 Probate Act, Secs,' 1, 120) February A.-D., 1943, at the hour of e care
equipment spe&-fications, and forml 11 &o'lock A. M. or as soon there- 1080, Acts of 1935. 4ihws of Flori.da, 'ih~
of proposal, together, with inforrha- In the Court o teount udge, after as I may be heard, make ap- sid rporatn enut it Takes
tion concerning the provisions of Jeff-erson County,' Florida, In Pro- plioftion by Petition to the Hono. ar toobe, sortd ad t oT
thele~ema -e dtaaedfrm he 'ate --- abl.W.Ma Wlke o~ o -hethree (3) m:6nths after the date o-f m to Teach
th las, aybeobaied ro te bte al',. ayWake oe f tths publication each 'and everyy 'of
Inspector whose name, and address In re: Estate of 'George T. Bishop, Judges of the Circuit Cot of theh po t i b t e Peop
are indicated above.' Deceased. Second Judicial Circuit of Florida,hae'ointenatnefldter
Diagram of the rooms offered, To All Creditors and Persons Having at hig Office in the County -Court hard ot in th nian m ti
showlag 1 inside dimensis, offfS, Claiins or Demands Ngainsf Sit'd House at iallahassee, Florida, for r f C t ECIATE YOUR PATIENCE
doors, windows,- ttc., and -any ad- -Estate- \ autfiority/ to -make private salg.- of udr4 pro-visions of Chapter IPIGGLY W
joonn 14o6a7dEY7,oua, rb ot i s rAct of 191 asof Floride,
-onn round'for light areas, 'drive- 'You 'and each. of you -are hereby all of th'e Pine, Cypress and Hard- will eAct fe 191' Laws oeFlorPICCLY W
ways, or parking areas, must be sub- notified and required to present any wood Tim'ber measuring 12 inches ill e ertified t Governor
nittel' with the proposal, Propo- climis and demands which you, or and upNy.uard in diameter 12 inches nents may also submit photographs either of you,;may have against the above the ground, which is sthndof their property and its surroufld- estate of George T. Bishop, deceased, ing or growing' on. the following '
- ngs if desire. late of, said County, to the County described lands -which is owned by
The Post Office Department re- Judge of Jefferson County, Florida, the Said Annie Lloyd Bond, and
serves the right to reject any or all at\his office in the court house of situate partly in the County of Leon
proposals, to negotiate further with
proponents for better termsw or to ---
endeavor- either before or after the Q !e ~closing date above indicated to se-
cure offers on suitable properties, in
addition to -ignose submitted in re- na
spose to the advertisement.
Proponents may be required to
show whether the-property 'offered
is niortgaged and to furnish +I-con- N FA R M
curring agreeinent by the mortgagee.
Detailed information -will be fur- --------nishd htheundersianed.
nshed by the M. R G A, Andre Kostelanetz, in "The Pause That
Pacstovile FInspEector.IL 'IITII --""':2 Refreshes On The Air", broadcast every
Bo 48,Po'tofl'ceInpetE HAVE THE O L J LOT OF ,uCOTTON Sunday afternoon for Coca-Cola, bring's
you music with distinciidi His listeni~a~~w1 n Vii' liT~I''5I'~iTing auxdience is counted in~ millions.
NI1IlLIll~t j~ ~ 1,I1JJ7 fI.1 ~It's the extra touch Andre KostelaBIG DOUBLEJgATURE net gives to music that gives this
FRI. & SAT. February 19 & 20 BEEN.B program a character all its own.
SPYCSHIP Toc'ii a,' too' won distinction
Irene Manning, Craig Ste'vens COTTON ED IllPROVEMEN Po AeT r s
Cliff Edards se frost bottle of C;c Cola to your
Also _JROwill you find this uniqe taste? It more than
MIDNIGHT SHOW -TEquenches thirst. It adds refreshment...
SATbRDAY, February 20 11 P. M. FORIDA CROP IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION refreshmntf that goes into energy. *,
RUBBER RACKETEERS 1 NOW PAYING' $1. 0 PIR HUNDRED LBS. "i Fifty-seven years of experience and skill,
Ricardol Cortez, litchelle Hudson, opti f10 us'hels of S grevill .2B cot~toni seed with choicest ingredients-create -a quality
Bill Henry Ihis wil m ake these f sh, declined and treated seed cost y.ou fis pel
SUNDAY & MONDAY only $1.62 per buhel instead off the regular $1.95: ts appea
Febrary21 &22 attime limits the supply of Coca-Cola. Those
Cary Granl t a GigrRogers in In. more than 40-tests the Siloneville 2B cotton times when you cannot get it, remember Coke,
Leo Mcarey'soutyielded all other cotton tested inr this section and --being first choice, sells out first. Ask for it each be.
ONCE NUPON OA brought more money per acre.
with- Welter Slezak, Albert Dekker, -Yucnh ueolago rpo tnvle2
Albert Basserman ,Yucnb ue f odco-o tnvle2
cotton because it is more resistp~nt to wilt, a cotton
"-AlsTHISIS AMRICAdisease prevalent in this section.
BARGAINI DAY -The Stoneville 2B cotton has a long staple needed
TUESDAY. February 23:
ifor wai production.
with Ann Dvorak, Ben Lyon and GET YOUR SEED NOW AT
Griffith Jones
WED.T N G N& -THURS.tieS mu nsicans means a trek to the
FERAY2 5-OR- Thsearthes loo to the pause
FEBRUARYfor24ick 25rgycomplete relaxation.
In 11 onAsk your musician friend what drink he pr~eferst
A lso S erial- 5Mh e t i l ay h e t r b y
AnnaRMa oND, MaIlakA I O CAIO LD ST R GELORIDesAs lay h bterby

'1S ca'civ te .One of thie lomel eat events of th'e 0- WAUKEENAH
So ia A c i ite season was the wedding of Mis ......______Matter or copy for the Social Colun to be sen~t tlo~iss Helen M. Dorothy Clark, daughter of Mir. and! Bev. H. WV. Tyler -is being assisted
Bowen, Phone 8-BR. not later than Thiesday of each week IMs. Robert~ E. Clark to !.cut lhalM at Lamont bly R1ev. Fred Basliett in
A P. Dekel whv~ichi -was soleminized n a series of services every night this
the Methodist Church last Suniday A week. Everybody invited to, attend.
Mr. and Mirs. Allen Phelps and' Glenn Ctooksey spent last weekend it 4:~30 o'clock, with thle pastor, thepQ small son, David, of Cleveland, Ohio, in Miami where hre visited his bro- Rev. E. Nash 1?hilpot, -officiat'ng. M Mr. Will. Tyler is on ia furlough.
ariyed Wednesday foi- a- week's vis- ther, Kenneth Oooksey, NNho1 recent- Thw.deo rmE as.Tx~ o~ rdv
it with Mr. Pb~lps' parents,- Mr.i and .1 entered the -Air Corps Gunnrery raeo he asvetithurrage with his parents.
Mrs. W. 1. Phelps, inll their -home schoo m6nis of' White gladioli, srnyiax, -- -near MAonticello. Ms-.SLowletTusd1.yforfrns an'd p-alms; while candles Teniperature 'lowli to 20, Monday;
bunn in__ therA~ fou tal Lowelara stel tt 30r ~ atn,)on rat mn
Ai- rs. C..W. Pit-tman left On Sunday her hoine/,n Plhiladelti'hia, Pa4 after p dnn n h owtUcnltna tllat and-a shrub on street any~
,'--nite ashr w-i-i I her Mrs J. R. Cookhsey at the orgat 4lnsad~rb mljt~snt~d
~aNwYork City where sh~e joined spevcn -te daysra of herewthutrifu-l musid ,-~
Lieut. Pittmnan and will reai xt parents, Mr. anfd'Mrs. ,F. E. John- ~'It looks -good to see -the soil being
hini untl he remain-with ,- -incluing "A've Maria," "Traumerei" ndovrhi n i ei sent-overseas. S i ~ on. and -"Evenx.g 'Star,"'and accoinpan- tune e -forxplanting soon.-- ---i ed Mrs. E. 'Nash Philpot who sang The yo~ungpeople had a League
,BETTY LEE JESSUP Lie'ut. (jg) John Simfpson. formerii "B CaUl~e" and "Dearly B~eloved." 11 pa. at.. Ih co-ad~~ru,
- --- esident of Mlonthello, has recenItly W\agmner' Bridal Chords -from dary aiigt; thescoagu U i, Fri
da igt Lau Uin Monday
All~n Mrs. -Earl Jessup an-entasfredroi -Aati hengrin was used for the prces eight -at the chu~rch. Business,,
- ounce the bircth of ai daughter On Calif., lo Kelchikian, Alask~a, where sional, tli rec'essional being the -i B ~--W A--~r~pas ers
Tuesday, Fef mary 16,- in the Thorn- he is a tkntWat with the U. S. Coast Nvedding march, from~ "M~idsmnerHEOCpl1 1f E1i( NR -mesreathpgsmg -A- asvillc hospital. The baby hais been Guard. Eyroute to Alaska hie spent Night's Dream., "Ljdlbestraun' Was Bv ~d s .".~ye,
named Betty Lee. two weeks in Seattle, Wasfi7 -paye'd -sof'tly ,duiringthec ceremony. New York._L-4Ilritz- Michior, herot tenoro Ithe Metropolit-an Opera d
___________________________________________ Ms~-him --~ gy ~imfrmw agejois ith men s-f-the aiy in son,,, e i s rj s UO is d ng- a,grea
by her father and iad as hr- ated- l bringing e-lassical -as -~l as PopulTar music to men of tile earned Aleanrs of T ihoale,a Mrs..
- ~~~nts, ~her sister, Miss Roiberta Clark, forces. Melchior, vho has sngl for many groups of service men, sa.. 5:AeanroThasiladMs
C2hisholm's son, T. B. Chisilolin,r.,
all(! her sister inl- a',, Mr.~ E. "Themunl in uniform rrire-rnisic e,)iisled nd- will take whathe wat wh is at om oi~ne fro~ ~
Clrk Jr. ,v e the -w n j!."l~
Clark,~~~~~~~~Siu C w ~ ~ ity Ior6w-a, s pent. Thursday
G,- Keith Clark served Lieut lDekel with relatives inMonticiello.
as bet m nan; the- ushers beinag sgt -________________- -Har~ury T. Newetf of Canip IBlandhig Mr.I .~TTE i ra ~ Kt \ andi Mrs. Doris P. G~andy, of
-and Mlr. Theodore B. Bill o~f Panam~a Ei7WTERTAXN8, -rigland, and Willa Bowers of Cty.- lldin, were wee e nd visitolrs- in Tallaliassee, with Mrs Gandy'
'N -, ~~~~The 'bride wvas go-wtied in a w'vhite weretle r ly wr ~l ~ r e-~ ek ed -vrator in MonuielS
- ~ tin, 9ngsl- v~d -dehgh1~tfully enterltainedl on S$aturday hin'" These R.AF. c~ide are sta- ~ew~ ~ iiosiM~~
- m~~~iodl 'with -swet harteck lin' aternooti by Mrs. P. L. Sattler -at-~ nd L e F IAbn
~nd ft1 s1~ ~ her n 1 li~meher hiome oi West Yashing l pa -d r ccci- theil wings oin Te s aIoy BtiStA -ei as andful 'krt.Herimhported ilIn- isCroy rnonsetls
siaveil, of finger tip length, wat-e; ose-a C-a a-idar eayorj-nt week end~ i Valdopsta -where she was
- lheldt willh a coronet itrrarigetiient ~ harneismt f mil li .the gue~st of Limt. and Mrs. W.H
orange bl~ossoms. arred ~etdr agalea and lavend-em ragno
we~cfnttoa~eir i atike Mrs. P. C.~t~ werkin my r hprz w e n~ it h'o-eo r Thel! Rez'v.- le St. J. y-vties,
The attendablue
cree- o-a wth a to ato- 4isAore,~>UC ~ r. 1 B.s. R.n~ A-a jiid a of Maon Gas, ., arwh rew s
in ht ele vgsrle -vas fihghn I a 'ci Mrs R.m a,
and ull skrs Din h ead bid low, and th fo t pie wett ad tliryugAw reget
C Ap lssannee t lie game Ais 'T.B useneie Ao seea deaas ast, eiek tth
of-eb1 > r., whfe ltws ean asr gwitd Mrs L. Moobe. AfMte e ~ Dixie- Hoe.: hil ere the law, itagre crepons andthei a-(t rsatin th gust wer seve e liprsediated th fof-ioudethe jre saa cllourse strca-we iceh .ar -wer Airs Wila B- Mr-e s~ red if ou W 14ayelire ca'naton rth caield an cae gncst Ita, Ai . hs and Mrs. rrte\kl-lr edigo n
he Cbrhi'de morhe wore and blu -V Wn Alexonde of r s - d -adaheafternoon.
a oag ofin carnaions C ~~7 AHOLIC CHURC~ zClarke of thislt.danTap hr hesen h
LIeut. Dekel'wi s nthe Airs. Re. FLa.)~ik n~
-Ms nextaste Sunday ifllh tile Catoli thet six week as~ Th atid Co r, iea
United.,o te' anane wat Soned Miss Gicdy Stevensonatpent
- a~h GChurchftr will2wedim bs Cu 11 A. M. ~h tte4, so and dauhie ie la, M- un
pingen crmep p it ha foi mach -te .-ve on id Mai -it rwel farm, i-eie
of t- subjhct~ tfor th Sundca c'dA- : a y se r te an red. Qfs'arl en -- -s
--~~~~ ~~ Lit arell welcom tos attend Ili- SmaBWU- 0 .~ A .Il.Ms .-tisn Mrs.n a. W. Hayrse e~ Ias
- mori a f sm areceinn Mr -wai Mrs. at OAs .J ile ra d Ms getS n aM .a dAr.D rel
N~An' Fh.dr Bon1o Billd wer 'vmaCiy;it--~~e Which ~ ~ outg of4 tow n Gss ol~o ery -A- -'s her 1XfAT1a1
1U10~~~~~~~2D BAPTISTOI~ 10URC T101a1 and. -Har. Tnd Mrs.t CapBln- ac SkV~~
6z iget lak, hof isin th Quar- Rev Frn Pikr, Pato Hupre/n hiryu ag
Useiate Corp Nof thp armmoy ofse the Ais 1).aasewee G.. andil'o Ma-ona~ let- El-e an/hi' Bb
shor Voilrna Iteen anurc Mise beM-aanedr
Thtoldpeclao ~~nI ainl, Ms. Frnnd ~ tte Lsi afea i sendx ofrs -oi B' G., Ev ery Mouphentk sses fM&
LIouhev~ihzxy t rs. thae young Compl -A. l Frnke folos -,ucsr 'fowi sevra day Kelly weekA of H ~a-5
liiii hom there. Sundd Scdold0 a.'~e -i Mrs. an. Mrs.k J. B.r. entemtaWhen
regadles ofcondtio caa)j sal Out al tone ueats he ne o Mrs. M. Mwin SricdA 1 -- fo. me.c theys Orure to Maio thay wer Mis ridale War. Pitnda Sotf Jaaictki-';-AllA~T --~(JV i~
Ltaei-.u ppac o ed th e kl Jrtn r., t As -on -Smithe B..3 70 '. ''. 2CCnpne yM s 1 .Bisn sn le pn eea asl els
Outrdigpj 51! ~abi~ to' Misticia Boahrdh an tClwiftnB vnng Sevce83 o'lc.S. h ilvstr~lvstee eka ~ps tteDeHtl
(~~Teoor R. B;1 of '-a-n---" City;A ~'
mi~~~Ar Walte oP.c orler on tte Poeters-.-- ~ ~A
1Ih~K* Yrnire under & obur- r. Altoni B. Gren, of Pserry; ~4A ''
Idle Eqim n Wichto la~e You Dnt S-tll,~yT eetCm 0lnd flInt':' 19-3 'e-H V OLTAA IKA' ER I
Use Can No HEe Iig Somesone 'Eend "f hrom Scholabse t,vee A all(];A-.~
~~~~~J~Lsi Kee--~nen'I~~-Wll onn Ayrhli 0 o'loc Mrs DorisA-- P. Ev ry M ont -h,!
Tht l prclto o ro anin- W rshi Frank 1o3 lo, M ~- '-A atle Alf
you Phle he o -ean, Weneda eve Fran
gotin atu ne00 onecl ca be~A, and Mr Le i .'rble-..
teard adsodthsm- N rB. Cl arka, Jr. enera ined~~'iA4Id hl0~ -W the~ mebr of thvree cfalrs$ae adte rodet pri
one~e 'es ne aod use beyodcks.i
minm a dinner at the hom o~ Mrs.
tratools an4 animet -plac'oune.A
MAILrain Pos BRING TOabe YOU Meoistg ChchJ~ fo the wedding
TPAIN~POS REISTR rsal. fAA rearO go(0
ouroffic or 0 on t de l ouo be w.
5. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ MEHDS CHURCtH of in.d an .ud fi.h .od, .ai .o. .itr Act L.k a .l. ..

The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., Friday, Februarv 19, 1943
T H ,as.line mileage doubled. Any car. Amazing new method. simnplified nstrilctions $1
for limited time. No checks Monroe
W ill -A e B ''h Id Methods, Box 4766. SaIln Francisco. Calif..
,' -uiea ~ 't~a ld a d Y ung aCOFFEE DRINKERS: TRY TIS
Tastes, smiells, looks like coffee-heaithfui
-A ad inexpensive. Sample 10c. Formula $1.
ED HARRIS, Box 426. Los Angeles, -Calif.
1L GO WIT14VT '-1 WA PN1t-16WF' 15H IPFA -5HE) THINK grow kudzu. Produces uip to 4 tons or more
ARRE15T TI4I WOMAN . . ILLE IHER tWt '1M 6 i rici .:- per acre of choicest feed every yr. Ixo Crof
DUT F P~H~~*& ~u'HE.CHME.-PO~ALV U~ '~E O F~6HTN&P'failures. I planting lnsts lifetimne;-N, '~st I OUH-N MG --IO[A3lY -1 IZ6HE -?easl ieradqicated. Nociv tio etb s 'c
M'' YOnw1559 PITN3M Qua]tsies for Glov. soil -conservation payme.~NC Write f cs r cn_ rws
A MURPER.CigP PIN5U ,- The K adsu Farms, Box A, Barunesville, Ga.'
41 A \\'Af-r HC Victim Had Noifiulty
I4~C -1 In"Metifng 'Suspect
4,, ~ ~ "' N16HT-THI45 InIdnfy u
719 N6 I- rrs." Blank had( burglary.
44'- GUY--YOU CLAIM b or -called- on her in great exPOT,0 VU5 orI saw one of the burglars!"
-.~~~~~~~~h (ON OUr__j4'<''declared.2 "He was standing
TE 41,/' s.._ just inside -the gate, evidently'
kepn a ach for the' men in~ ~- ide.'Ile was a little man, shab. bily dressed. I 'couldn't see his
F-1, acd properly. He had an old hat
LALA PALOOZA -Do- You\SeeWhat' We Seed? 'By' RUBE' GOLDBERG g plancin ver t he ept
FON O tOGOHSAE!' I A. N' m wsi
, ou~D L" ~O GS .AKS A' AN'1EE" N OW 1BUT, VINCET', TIHIS ,' 'Mrs. Blank.~
PICTURE 'AN'' THE-00L BOY'S IN VERE YET-7 BETTER, FOR. THNII OTHER P; -INM~t, FOLKSY- -M"1'rs.Blanik stiffened. Thtar
.4A/ 'I' '' -IUS. ROLEUM JELLY _14
Relief, At Last
T" 4,ly-re ydet.c For Your Cough
Creomulsion relieves promptly be-'
REG'LAR FELLERS-Shoolly Dog -. "' By "GENE BYRNES, cause it goes right to the seat of the
gern; ladeni phlegm, and aid nature
'HTWRHEKOSI CAPTURED '' 1JUT LIKE. I 'k\ n- to soothe and heaLra*, tender, inOF40'S ?D-VYA M~OW, s oevA-TODY-HOT HTON '\ flamed bronchial mucous memWOR OTSO WFELL GIEN'RUL- WE WHAT rHW ENEMY-- I'LL LET """ "N ORNt.- f'OtEy 3~'rns elyu _rglst to sell. you
a oteof Creomulsion with the unYESERAYCOP~RL ON' MVE NY Now? 114' .-wwr DO?&1It T-AN' A MA EOFTOMNITS 'abtl
YETRAY OPRL ON'T, HRAVE NYA'U IHTT A. WE'LL OF Io TMI U derstanding you must ike the way it
MOE ROBL H'LIEA'U R61T o"A quickly allays the cough or you are
'*HE~IR CAMP!" tJ4EMY'.3 STRONGHOLD!EEVNt' to have your' money back.
,.,4 POP-o'a Solirs' Sold'ie'r- By J. MILL-AR- WATT -'-Yes, GROVE'S economy
price now enables vitamin
'- 'A Bi D protection for'your
THE 0THEIR W.CDS' ATE ntre family I Regular size.
F TI'L4N L SA-TE -THEY, NEARLY over'two weeks' supply'fRoLjidJ 'IHYOV -4E -.''ronly 251; More than ten
\qEREJ" SHO Y1YKI -weeks' supply-jus t one
VS YQU -DL)CGKtI)' 'AIM OPF! dollar, Potency quality
___ ~%iuaranteedl Give your
T E_9 family the protective bene-~ ~"""'fits ofGRO l'~tiins,
AndD pisfa.ou Bit
MAJ F, ?help maintain body resistance. strong bones and
.. '-' teeth, -healthy appetitee"
steady**~* neres viovtl
A and D plus Bi todayl
(Retileased by The Bell Syndicae a- ~ 'RAISING KANE' Anything to Accommodate'' By FRANK WEB B'
q aOD MO ,t IjOWO A MAN i',suie, it) 13Ee ~ ~*~~~e il *Gte Your Scrap; *
V~.AN9'~ J1 Ga 'LK Q1LCIHO 4A~OO~. DLA ~VU~VGB~ -(''tro Ita ter
kAV isNOU( 4A Wrlu nr -n1

The Monticello News, MVonticello, Fla., Prday,, February 19, 1943
PT ERE is one piece of furni- iEGfYRGO Y ytuRLASItur for which our own period THE STORY SO FAR' Ann Lee andi dag, name of Arthur Henry~ Pope, the word, for~ it? Senil? It's mry dfie, corduroy, flannel or wool
will' be famous it is the low coffee Cole Cody, beneficiaries under two wills c only known in and about Bald though4tthat he was dying and was crepe. You'll have variety, too, i
table. Our own generation has mnade by Early Bill C~ole of the King Cole Eagle as the Judge, five hundred out of' his head-what you~ call nor you make several -blouses in white
doislcoeredn bhat lowtabes areant ~Ranch, aob reed siyulanel at the bcks that I'd outlive him-n I just compos mentis-in plain~ English he and colored broadcloth, flannel oir
feeling of space in a room than Rance, posing as Old Bill's nephew and simply got tired~ waiting for the old was as crazy' as a bed-bug whenhe pique. :
igonstonly relative, made It evident they were fool to die, -so, darmlit, kid, I lose wrote those wall-e~y~e ils THetold *
Eeeisalttecofetal t n ot welcome at theq Ranch. Each was and here's 'the five hundred, and y'ou, me-HIell's bells, he~ told me,--fifty 4Patterni No. 8232C Is designed for shza <
Heei itecfe al ht determined to stay, ,owever.; L~ter, hJand it, to the Juidge foir me, and times tha l &-a a going 5,6 7, IOad y ars,c mSize 6 jumper
is as modern as tomorrow. You during an argamni, An ccidentally tell him it was fun dying, just that to>b e Nowber'd Miss Lee, rvIres 21, yads3-hmtraho
can make it y ourself fromn a three shot Cole. it was then they discovered ou mk urIi sleeve 21use 3, yards.
by four foot piece of half inch ply-' Old Early Bil had mde two Idntical ha me olanvrbdvrnomr eshi ng v got awl,.hgiving Send your ode to:
wills, o~ne leaving all his mniond th" mee Up ugld ne er, ~elln-orne m he whole sot~ ~ i vn g 16-- 3PETABL- 01: v"PL:Y- King Cole, Ranc~hto Ann; anad th other. me pagifrheshloln tem hewhesotn wks -,SEWING CIRCLE PA~TTERN DEPT.'
lop WOOD MAiY BE SET U4P giving the same money I nd property to along of Doc Joe, and mne I'm al- Thait sounds kind of funny, don't i? 530 ,South Wlls St. -'Chicago.
TAKE APAR~T Q~iJ&LY \Cole. However, before his death Old BIB ways for, the Highi Places IYee' 1 On It might pay to see how~ the -s wlls, Enclose 20 cents Ln coins> for each
AN TOEhadt sent them each, a key to a box. handing t, tohim l ookout he don't were -dated, and how, they were wit- pattern desired.v
PiECESinn 2qlt thtoy law your hand, off ,the 'mney nessed and all that. -Whthr, miay- f eri .,..
FLPA No cotnu'it h store theer old.......Sze.'
________________grabbing odcyt.Adtlhi beteywere md hl h l
IhopeAhim and Doc. Joe, barginpg mn. was dying, and was Iso clean Name ................
()~PERCinto towi to get drunk together both off hfis n t that both wills are Worth ~
chokes to death. -uck ______________about-"
Two old..orcli-sitters from' Bald 'Bill Cole.",' i~a ie~ f i~nV
CUT'X 1 24' Eagl, caesahooting out~to the 'And Bill -Col Cody, no sissy like fingers.
20(i 2(ring Cole L anch.' They- shared Ainn Lee, didn't weep. He ble his cCo~le -Cody laughed d.
ft ~7SLT wihat they agreed to call a hunch, nose and glared -stormily.. n e nn~ tw~ itW~ S IEXTRA CAUSE'I~
sSLOIi SLO Likewise, both were scorching with An -ll't esd7 apd itLee sh itle brighas a tigh
curiosity. Having talked paciously Abi,& r i11 yriipl ok-.u in. mllons elieve
,' of the two newcomners, a pretty girl An." ee nalmy life once that spelled T~imh miseries 'with ,imple home treatmen.
woo wih o by.... o A~, -nd .. leneven' laid eyes o~n Mr.-Mr. Ery When, no one else0~ aseemce toiec haveua
wo wihstraight cuts of~- th byn name oEeIy one end of a lean, healinb eiln rsit touche.Use
~a.I eui~ o nesrp~f ~giddu] ~~e foe~ Bill! qi;+l anything to say, Aunt Jenifer spoke Black and- Whte, Oinmet ond a l
hardware. Just cut the'three sec- who hadbrh t the' Stage lin, hew -- oMn tod, cidguarantee..y jfoity a cin
-tions according to 'the dimiensionsintg discussed these two-at full length "Have iaeU4 you> ,snn. g ntlemen had "amouacfla~ axd WieSkin Soap.
given here;' place the slot of the -Queerly, the~y didn't even m~eni~on never knew' Bill Colie, nev#r saw breakfast?" she asked. "Wills and _____________Imarrow piece of- the base through- Aun Jnf er to eah other through PheCi Jtg things, you know, can wait longer' the slot in the wide piece;~ put the <~kn ~pgiac ch ot~ther.Je~~o'e ~ hi ~~ie
top on, and there you are! -her'-the wre impelled to 'travel eai~oh' sb Before departing with Doc Joe,
o'~ t~e ac a nuerhy "Don't 'You kis e foolngyor823
~ o ut.ol to te ranch a an u~neathly LT~ ~ ~ 'sit the Juidge had cleared his -throat -a
'NOE:Reaer wh hve en fo cp. ou, o tak sockofconitonsseves," 'Doc Jo ad'rsiy.I co~ajlio tini -and- had goe so ~'lOT Readrs-w~ b~v ~eii .do rany disr6pect to e r
-eofteseries of booklets ~ nmlered one teefra osy
teihprepared b~y Mrfs. Spears, will be Thyaivd~~yj~ nt1e~ deadl '6 IZ Com~e to- think about 46 Scoo Outfit
4peedto, know that 9OY is now Thyarvd aljs i iet Spainug o vcin,-ses-t
ready.. Thi nbook contains 32gy se four pe pe gathered abot a it, ee o se wy- n me bstog Cal Rill migtht-~ey~ oi
og was any nicer than a live, o utnesbl 51
and thrfttig for your hoewith table' with an old black iron ~ eleita~ i~y~dn bo just poutbybewti his kihts dt a-hol outfi, t or erYy o ult-l
J1trtddirections. Send your order to:, centering theirz attention.Welbeta sitmyadndi tho'uth'"o k'adc-ftyu wrtt.mkeorltleEG0
"Aha!'!'th two old poc-itr.boodle of you. But -a ,t'any, of girl.' You a.Iepc ogwa,
MRS.o~ RUT W T SPEAS <~i s~laetsyWti hi the res of you evicting anyone else, frorth graceuly shajped jum- A laitl 'a down-to- at
Bedor Hill NewYr selves, aIn 'cm barging in. --well; I reckon. it woJuld haeto be~ er7.i'ou aeiPi ryngb Victor~yGarde Plan. Checked'Eclsel~extaoroAnlriited'a small, shrl squeal ikthIrbuairai t1d1 i e-cked byFersex
of b~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~y strength andawkwardness. ,. C-C.C.C.CCC.C-0C-rr,, 'C-betohl
Name.... ..... 'Dfi o' h jDoctrJoI'mn Bete Si ;i ~ a a poe ame and-amlinhm. aan'-.
________________ am wouldfo ita~iy t. o d ihast h Judg lie hr i eostel xc
Address oi gst nem rul. rr ca eI
You. comne watch, Doctor~ Joe!" A Gethwth~ o general Quij:
And Cole Cody, seeing the Judge; -l- lwnre dor s 0,1-i~ C- - C,-C -r-C
Id awar, Old E~arly Bil' house -was, big j ~
EASY TO B-U Y' a~Od rde oeged enough to accomdt an 'scor ofeh2 4
Be sure to insist on IPURE ASPIRIN interests, won't youi? There not. w epe osqetl, t rsn n
T~~eS.Joseph I Qualty Assurd ol shooting m up; hyr tringIoia ,ltl AnLeadAn .Mn' i ogesfx h
tm.Yucan't buyapirin that can do to steals 4i-mess~ of pottage. Keep ftJefiifer, oele Cody and 'Re / Wal bip~~~ t1?
morefor you, so whiy pay more. World's the eye peeled, will you Judge? An~d dron could all dwell under thei one ~2. Wht'namei is-given tothe
la rgest seller at 100. 36 tablets, 29# g'lbyte .r~ ro itotrnigi~oecoh ree&rn coloring, matter of plants? ~ Wise in Silence
100 only 350. Get St. Joseph As Th'ey got the box open., And, all > 2 all thie time. -~ Io4la1 i~tsvr t~ le ~temnwoh~i~
-credit to little Ann Lee and- some -Thus~ for a tim the -big house was i-h ~n~ ~ niothing to say, abstains fromgA. small credit to Cole. Coy, they divided against .tself, and al was1j4 Wat~ stae is known as' the ing' in words evidence of the~
Older fol __3 didn't~ grab. Thei eyes, though, did outwkirdlypeace~li an atmrospheret J eidnt" ft-~o lot
sa' grab., 5-Whaishe onily Ne~g~
it' Th~ey saw~, fis of all, two long,,-- picion. Ra nce Waldron was locked "state having no coastal areat?
Sry sealed envelopes. up i n his own quarters, ostensibly
sensible / r "Well,Mr. Cody," Said Ann, and -concerning him~self witbvarious r1 Awpw-.- -B
A Ilokdadsunded very brave,- "the -pers and -accounts 'e ha d7 fud ys4> y y u Ii
0 '~-'' ~ top envelope is addressed to William h-ierei Ann ddvoted- hours-to inv esti-.AThyr "Ibf I
1(l S R ole Cody. Iflyou care to lift it out gating the house. -1 Th-e' 88
I'ltake mne!i~" -s fo yong 00 l Coy hee J 2.Clrpyl
Underneath was the one addressed 3 Sfryug oe o helf~ 2 Eleven~l. ->
,?aei~ (LJau~ie~stoher. 'Shex watched it ranher his few eloings in his rooml, and lrhi
tinierres ~ k b --~l)edee o-vey~-- Te ~,~- ite flarne itln ial 5. Vrmlont. e
1's tvR 1~ eyo Ph, UUrfiLLaII - went down to the outbuiliungs along ________1 e are~ d.f~ env 'face. Thensnener.p
tabe affeet as ay envelope *as, e er b6undtree, If youl know a Navmadtt DOUBLE O~R
opc e inened in all the world, fr~omh the ~>' e st~g lgta- ---ever call him a gb"-salors
7; Coate4Qoci 5rn o lo -tm of -lameses, if -they had 'en- woodwspnailea -SIG ~6
.Or. Iad's -rjnu been hauled up to thewodie osdrtinleanisltYo,4or c
rllde"' Y Coat veloiies then, to this current Ann'-omniigoteipa~eywh i, can get on the' right side ,of himi~c
ka vt as ile Q0,th~eir Domino year. Her eyes, i'acing fast- smok- ing "cmlaivly wietso his though, if you ofer h1im a Camiel- aIidgarnedb
-~ ~ f ,Po j1oao 4 "er than. ligh rvitarpata we~0 or better~ yet* send him a carton'. tM 3.A IEW'P ----~ ~ 'n bxo..- eler, were shininpg.,- A glance told In just hoping that somie-day -Il dwovrhsey. hadc e'Camels are the~ favorite cgaette ~
- size her the tale,: the fairy tale, thie 'story find out whlo did that for old Bill."-u ihasnpph er with ninth e Nay,(Army' a-,
Pr~- s ~that. she' knew would e you.a tT Gur too, fo -ha Use""' fn.acrit
my beogns eprpriskonwas a jackass if 6vei there was one,. demanded Cody' '"I'v& just had4 a rds -fimr, he- service men'es sign a ~al ~sec iant l EryBllCl ~idi Ipr1, lnmp -, as ud t~:r
as -the Ra --and so ano'coult ramblingwrc o f' wiockw' n m ot -e- st .Local dealers are >featur''' I' "Come, hurry, Doctor J 1 h he- names this here gent, Mr. A.r- "-Sut aymme forare ocsO'L
- '- ,.~ cre~.> Yo~i wre igh! e thur Heniry P'ope. Just the,sanie hie Cody lowered hlimself to the log and ahy ie eroDu re f~sN~ RO
cried. "Yo were Col Look!"- anywhere Send himii that Camel 6 ,6 6 U 'H ROP
Cole____________ Cody nailed the Judge Iwith- warn't no liar.- If 7he says to Miss reached, for his, own papers anld, cartonr toolay.-.Adv. --ry -Rubmy-risrl-a Wonde .rfu Ulmiee
- his eye. -- Ann she was sweet to him, then she, muslin bag of fine-flaked 'tobacco, ____________________________fl s I u ~ Hey, Judge!" hie called cheerily. was sweet to him, and' somewhere Roundtree eyeing him nrroyly all
Seovrwill you?- We ma~y-b~e he know&1 her. -If, he says to this -the while."Whtsoyurin, QUiIIIuIIIUI Use g-gto need' arbitrtion, and I pick y~ung loy that they had fun to- Cody?" ht aslied bluntly. -_K T ofp
you or.niysposot-! en ~r entgether, well they did. Am I ight, "Plejity" Cole Cody (old him, and* I TIPOf he et roceds ifany gos t Juge? licked 'his cigarette and lighted- it. I ,T ES IT OP
youtow-bop- it-te~s otflride -"Right as- rain, Doq6," said, the 'I thin~tI w hs'uftnW ,M usterole Fo 'you tHw aot poe it? anys ores to It ? -w thi ouftnwIm
lcky! -Judge. "-Hell- taking old 7Early 4Bill pot sure of an?~ything., That girl up t4 1 say':
"What -ini the -world is this?" ex_. to the- contrary -notwithstanding, at, the house-"

_____ __-___"__-__...________...____"___ --_,__i___,__-___ FRIDAY,... FEBRUA"RY...19, 1943 7
5601 C. H. Davis, plumbing _1.00 197 Mrs. Carrie Waters ------- 4.00
Last Monthi Minuts eas 5602 Willie Stubbins, burying s 1 s. Forie Freeman 2.0
pauper -------------- 5.00 199 Mrs. C. E. Walker ------- 1.00
' 00i 0118i0 1 503 Jefferson County Health 200 Mrs. Leila Jones ---------4 00
Unit, revolving"fund ----- 50.' ) 201 Mrs. Minnie L. Brison 3.00
Co.Total General Revenue --- AR 202 Mrs. l. W, Watsn 2.0
Proceedings Board Cointy Commis- Fund .----------------- __ $1,842.82 1 203 Mrs. J. M. Hightower----- -.00
sioners Room January 6 Warrants Drawn on Fine &7 204-Mrs. Zorah Hightotwel 4. 0
A. D. 1943 Forfeiture Fund 2I05 Mrs. Blanche Clark 1.00
.. . .-. .4265 B. J. Hamrick, conviction' The little girl tugged gently at her 206 Mrs. H. A. Bilinsii '
The Board of County Commis fee -250.00 mother's sleeve it Ais MM Gill ----- 3.0
signers of Jefferson County, Flor. 4266 T B ird -- -- 2.00 "Now Mother?" she asi~e "ow 208 r. Si c r --- 2. 0
426 met B. Bird, docket fee 126.00 can't write my letter?"Ms Si Moan-. ) 0
id., met this day in regular session, 4267 Gm. of Game and Fresh : "Why, of course, Betsy," MIs. Car- 209 Mrs. .Mae Marshal .-( 0
there being present Commisioners 4Water Fish, mileage : 11.26 son grinned. "Are you going to write 210 Mrs. Clade Allen --------- 00
C. J. Reams, John H. Slbuman, E. 42 I8 Cy H.isGr or am I?"
.4268 Clyde l. Sauls, Crim. Ct. "Well," Betsy said. "Maybe you'd 211 Mi's. Eugene Horner 4 .00
Wright, Fred Stokley and E. Gran- Wk. Dec. 1942 --- 20.05 better kind of say it to me. Only I'd 212 Mary H. Normian --------- 00
tham. 429 A. S. Grant, servant hire 31.00 love to write it." 213 Lorene Davis ----------- 1 i9
____427 1- & M Bak, a~d ill 3;0 a"All right, then, Miss Carson, take
Com issioners C. J. Reams, Joh 4270 F. & Bank, pad ils 300 a letter,' her mothe said, walking 214 Cancelled not issued
HI. Shuman, E. S. Wright, Fred Stok- ^ .4271 A. S. Grhnt; feeding slowly up and down the room. 1215 Mrs. Cora Mae Bozeman 6_ .00
ley and Grantham presented -LIBERTY SHIPS SUPPLY NORTH AFRICA FORCES prisoners ------ 45.00 "Ready? 'Dear Mr. Morgenthau: 216 M irs. Audrey Norman- 4,00
their Commissions for the ensuing 4272 A. S. Grant, Ws. & 'apia 27.73 The way I save money for t War 217 Mrs. W. W. Johnson- 1.00
North Africa-A group of, Americ an "Liberty Ships" are pictured tun- 4273 A. S. Grant, fingerprintSmp my 218 Mrs..Mary Brown -tos-eral 2h0e
term of office and ;took- their- seats. figrrnigsmall household -jobs toward m 1 r.Mr rw----20
The' clerk called the meeting to loading at a North African port. In the foregrotiund are the flAgs of two prisoners ...- 12.00 duhter, who isTotal Mothers
toon r re the 's o two daughtr,: who is al Aiohe~s,> :
The. clerk .... cal d t e etn British destroyers. eight.. .y' .. : .:< ;:- i S 7 lant: i ~s "e ars old. ----------------------- $95 .. + .......
order and requested that a chairman destroyers. ,4274 A. S. Grant, witness he i s keeod Funid $95.00
te elected, and upon motion duly ,__ subpoenas- --------- T -----3 Saou buying I
te elected, alid rion motion 1 subpoens i.a. ....8.3about buying War Warriinis Drawn On' Agriculturec
'6. ...:..-., -4275 A S. Grant, handling
made and- carrie, C. J. Reams was amnined, approved and ordered paid, 5574 Joe Wulliams, do -------1.00 42 prisoners n O St a l tatth W F und a Arclu
unanimously elected chairman or Warrants were drawn for the se 575 J. Broxn do. ---- 00426 rn .-- --- 2.75 mone y I might 219 Mrs. Maurice Loeb, service in
the ensiing te nm of office. eral amounts, signed, sealed and 5576 Anderson Sneed Jr., do. -G18 aid to Home Dem. office Dec. 19492 25.00
inutes ofthe meetings of Dec- -ones..... in' Cm. :0 Miles. Grovr off ........... ic reot
Minutes ofd n1 A me c- -countersigned in open Board. 5 577 Clyde H. Sauls, Gen-Ct. Wk. (4277 Lamar Terrell, witness fee 2.00 for doing the jobs will gotoward e 20 Mile
emerDec. 1942 .and 75, A:-D942,were 65 4 T B B ( toy when paid t her.' Negro County Agent's 3.00
read and approved. .Warrants Drawn on, General Rev. I . 278 T. B, Butler, do.- -t Betsy 'i-1 Publicity Fdd, error coUpon petition and affidavit of Lu- enue Fund 5578 Burroughs Add. ch. o., 4270 Parkhill Mays, do ------2.00 dows washed, 60 cents. Apples
cious Anderson the. Board ordered 5500 to 5547 inclusive, paid i-aintenance service ---9.80 4280 C. L. Moore, do. ---------. 2.00 picked from under the tree, 25 reton 300.00
5579 Airis.6!Ta C.l W.tfiae Reed,. saay 11 cets Emptie tras ........ 4. cets 22 E1 tphns slay
the clerk of the- Circuit Court to I to paupers-------1.0, 5579 Mrs.2W. Reed, salary, 16 !4281 J. B. Hughes, do.- -- 2.00 cets. Empied trash cant 4 cen sD 19 -thens, salary.- 115.1
issue duplicate Tax- Sale Certificates 5548 F. & M. Bank, paid bills 33.00 Dec. 1942 -------------- '66. i!4282 A. S. Grant, Coins. 31.171 Sold stri so ade A--- -5586 Willia-i Broxie, Bal. Salary 1oa an,- 15 cents.~ Sold strips of spoiled filmn Total- A .Nnbers 160 and 161 bearing date 5549 Fla. Power & Light Co. Potal Fine and Fort feitire ----- to children for sungazing, at one cent riculture
N ,ibrs: 160. and11baig at 554 Fla Poer & .Lit Go. Dec. 1942< r 13,-.0,0 l.Fnd 7 - ay'ai0at. oa,$.2.YusFn----------$7~
of September 5th, 1938, upon the lights -- -- --.- 33.74 De.1942 -- 13.00 Fund---- $909.18 20ct.Total,$124. Yourssaid Lucious Anderson giving a 550 Bishop O-ff. E ip. Co., 5581 T. G. Bishop, rent Healtlh Warrants Drawn on Road and the hope'-and then I'll sign WARRANTS DRAWN ON JAIL
u Uni ---------43751BIi a h bottom."
bond for the amount of Fifty supplies --------------- 7.23 --------75 Bridge Fund. Betsy vas puffing like a grampus TIME WARRANTS FUND
($50.00) Dollars, said bond to be ap- Z-51 The H. & W B. Dre- Co., 5582 Housekeeping Aid Proj., 163 L. R. Rainey, supplies :- $35.89 from her labors., The tall, painstak- 223 F. & M. Bankinterest on
($0.00) Dollars, said bond to be ap- 51TeH... ~ Dr.G.... 0 .Jlntnrcre~_ n~ie.~pae.Ga~~Ms Idbens 161
proved by the Clerk of the Circuit. supplies I. --. 5 dontion 3..U 1 1 ----.-.00 4F o n cr 9.50 g letters tottered bravely across Certf. Iudebtedness -611
Cout. 5552 Clyde H. Sauls; Gen. Ct. 5583 June Anderson, Salary, 1105 Amoco Service Station, Carson took the pen -tosign. Warrants rawn on Outstanding
I De~~pt., eon 300'i ul ,ae do. ..... 16 aute nv
Upon motion duly made and car- Wk. Dec. 1942 --------- 25.00 -,Dec. 1942 --------- --- 15.00 repairs --------- 6.15 "Mother, would it be the proper Indebtedness Fund
ried 'the following resolution --was 5553 City Wat1 De3it., water 6:90 5584 Clyde H-. Sads, do. 13110 166 J. M. Mforris, Agent, fuel 0i1 50.00 eti e it*I signed ttto" 224 Bhrgman Tractor Equip Co.,
aded yth e B oan~reslto'wd5: Ct ae ae 558,5 E.-AI. Davis, care of GI. H. 167 FIla.- Power- & Light Co., ".Perfectly" prpper, 1, think," Mrs. zqupC.
adopted by the Board: -554 W. L. Maige, Agent, bond Carson. said without a smile, and Supplies April 1940; In-v. No.
RESOLUTION premiums ------ ---------- 37.50 clock ------------------ 4.00 ligts.8.70 handedthe enbackto ety.
Whereas, under the terms and 5555 T. B. Bird, inquest -- 14.25 586 Mrs. J. M: Ienry, cre of 18 Tactor E ip (Letter fro an act commu- .,
-~~ - Ct. I ul~~~ncation in the files of the Treasury 2-H.l CkLuibrG,
provisions of Chapter 15891 Acts of 5556 T. B. Bird, insanity case 2.00 t. H.Grounds ---------- 5.00 Co., supplies ------------ 4.25 Deparment) i lulpler ----.--.-. 258.50
Legislature of 1938, known as the 5557 J. B. Brinson, M. D., do. --0.00 5587 D. A. Finlayson, office rent 169 D. H. Mays H~dwr. Co., otal Oiutstanding thdebt- --.L e i a tu re o f 1 93 3, k i vn i a :f : 5 7 :) i l y so n o ff ic e r en t ::. ... ..
"Kanner Bill," it appears necessary 5558 H. Walker do 5.00 supplies -- ------ 5.30 Phone rent ------------- redness Fu Hd ------------- $2635
for the Board to signify by resolu- 5559 'C B. Simmons, do.'- -2.00 5588 B. W. Railerson, wood 7.00 170 j. Taylor ,truck tags 750 79 J. L, Anderson dse.350 Motion niade and carried to place
tion its acceptance or rejections of 5560 T. B. Bird, salary for 5589 The Monticello News, 71 CityWater t., water --- 2.89 Total Road & Bridge Aron brooks on pauper list at
the terms of said Bill, and quarter ------- 150.00 Coltnty Tax List ------.141.60 172 Monticello Milling Co., feed 38.40 Fund ---------- $9,8.61 $2.00 per mouth.
.tWhereas, the financial condition 5561 B. J. Haiarick, do.-' 150.00 5590 A. S Grant, inquest --- 12.20 173 B. XV. Johnson & Son Warrants Drawn on Mothers' Fund Motion inade and carried to place
of the County in respect to its oftt- 5562 Monticello Trading Co., 5591 A. S. Grant, Att. Co. Coms. drigsI ------- 1.60 190 Mrs. R. R. Roberts -- $5.00 Lizzie Neeley on pauper list at $2.0)standing bonded indebtedness is one rug---- 8.95 meetings for quarter ----18.75 174 F. & -\. Bank, pad '761.60 -191 Mrs. Susie Whittle --- 8.00 per month.
... .. bonde in e te n s ... one .... --- -- -- - 8.1 A bill 761
.such that it is found unnecessary 5563 L. R. Rainiey, supplies -- 8.75 5592 A. S. Grant, en. Ct. Wk., '175 Mdnticello Gro Co., 192 Mrs. Isa Higinbotham 2.00 There being no further business
and inadvisable for the County t6 5564 Jefferson Co. Defense Coun- Dec. 1942 ----'- --1 35,2-52.781193 Mrs Esther Kilpatrick 00 the Board then a'djo-trned,
ant, jur - cee A 1Arod: dJ edAs1Ts tarth a
act under or accept the terms of cil, 'donation -- .*_ 100.00 5593 A. S. Grant, jury service 66 08 176 S. P. Fulford, fish - 3.650 19- Mrs.: Hattie Kinsey 2.00 Approved: C. J. REAMS
said Bill, 5505 R. J. Taylor, cois. 231.11 594 A. S. Grant trip to State 177 I 1M Lawton, repairs .90 195 Mrs.' Lillie Story ----- 5.00 Attest: Chairman
Therefore, be it resolved by the 5566 J. H. McClellan, inquest 1.00 -Hospital .------- 16.25 178 utheastn Tele, Co Mrs. Trudy Wiliford --- 4.0 CLYDE SAULS, Clerk
Board that it hereby rejects the pro- 5567 J: AV. Harrington; do. -. 1.00 5595 C. J. Reams, salary, Dec. visions afforded by said Bill, a id the 5568 Charlie 'Clark,- do --- 1.00 1942 ---- ---- -- 40.
Clerk of this Board be and he is 5569 B. H. Faglie, do. 1.00 596 E. Grantham, do. 40.00 ,
lhereby directed to forward to the 5570 John Taylor, do.----1.00 5597 E. S. Wright, do. ----40.00
.. ...o - - -- 1 0 55 8 e d to k ley d o m
State Board of -Administratin a 55 t J. Watts, do. 1.00 5598 FedStokley, do.--- 40.00
duly certified epy of this resolu- 5572 Charley Mosley; inquest 5599 John H. Shuman, do. __40.00
tion. (witness fee). ..- 1.00 5600 Southeastern Tele. Co.
The following accounts were ex- 5573 Robert Madry, do.--- 180 phone rent --.-- 21i 5
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