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The Monticello news

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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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ECB Publishing, Inc., Emerald Greene - Publisher
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English
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v.58 no.38 April 9, 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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30.54543 x -83.870842

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MONTICELlO FRE'31W CLAY [L
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THIE NATIVE HOME OF, THE'PAPER SHELL PECAN E~/JFFERSO1N COUNTY.FOIASDELARNGNDARYGSCTN
VO.58, No. 37. M ONTICE1LO, FLORIDA FRIDAY, APRIL 9, F IVE CENTS A ~COPY
FLORIDA LEGISLATURE WEELY N~EWS~9 FRMAL A BSRER EBESDEES
OPENED 194j3 SSSION THERATIO? BOARD NOIC OU1IL MEET,
TUESDAY, APRIL 6,Pes unolyu raia 7:0 TUERSDAY~ NIGHT~
In, lhis messare~ to th~e Legislature '~ id ii>s4~~a~t? a8. NI Next Tuesajpril 13, at 8 p.m.
which Opened its 1943 session 0i c orrect situation w ee, fresh a- lc t 5S there 'vjill -be a mneeting of ['lie Cn
I uesday, Governor Spessr S3K1 pl- 1 'h n -ien "~~ave ilester~flel ro trot Center orf the iDefense Conil.
adnc stated thaillu his opinion exist-* bee sipd ayt markt -witli grain wllb dedicated t h is All imn ersor r ged to lbe res1?T$ tax levies sboould not be Iin- higher ceiling price went int f.-l~ le Com n o f, fhe AW i ent Tri, is in preparition-jor an
feet' last Wednesday," ,(Ma~rch 311 V not hve a V~ d radio goil to visit
creased. tie proposed. thre- cents aj rai drillr on th 2t.atwhc
p ackag~e tax up1n cigarettes to re- ..*. ~U~YWa c.ad J~fr- egfo ~h ~ .0 ilfdli ti ime the ne ir id ir vU
place r ~en'ue !ost when horse -ac' this _V pro~ i~Pf ty C tested'.,
Ing 'Was su pentded fast year,.i~1#6rsiitdy .l.~~ 7 ~ pFa Tiletest oil ile b 'wil be a
pointed out thiat' this Iproposed tax "in sme osac th r~rder '7~the same tim~e, p, jil; The fist
would lie the same asthat no l may inean that th housewife nayl bls ftesrniste'lesg
,d in Gjeorgia and~ Albari,.1 be charged~ 'slighl~ty higher prices, na l nd i-e n cotinou blastHos nanbers officially mad and in a few others,. slighl lower .of about two minutes. A few 10
Richard Simpson speaker -and~ ones, And,? My. 9Morri pointed out,, luents ltte ~signl wilb inter
Senaosamed PhlpD Balo "ft definitely 'will isc~oura~ge ship- '1tln blst fo aprx>imately
nonntdaino-ilcuussls te ocalities for' higher prices."frl i ri adn to repor
summer. 'Fik. e added that as 'he Advancing t hi ebr f h e
Simpson and 'Beall~ promisedl 's -eason pusaddtiional suple ffls oni ob present at headqeoniiin~ th>Legislature's money RIC1HARD, h.SMPSON PHIIPD. BEAL these -vegetables oilth, arket, ares als al mmer f h
spending. Speaker of the House resident of tieSnteAxl
-A'nnotxice ent of com itee beleowe r e xi stn1 eli ngds.rl dop'' port to ahei rs etiverstatinS
chosen ruveals tha Senator ~S.'p D. T-'e ne ore aeJ91 rcsomuarcs fs aid'peole~ -h willserv .,on the Bankin ANUL SIN~GING SPECIL SEVC specific dolas dcn price o
Clrk ngecf havea dee i a ssine to aid t wil e
d'' ~il~ngd Loans CQorpo'ra- 'CONVENTION) AT DAY* FORMEN SURD"r f' or eac~h oif the itm sety forth
tins Engro'*sed Bills, Judiciary 'AFTERNOON country' shipper. Al te a-Tis Defense Coin cii haeen e
Theiuna SingingCneto lricuigtertiehv
"C'" Le'gislat'tve Expenditures, Pen- a nudO eto llTn )>'' ported by an inspeco from Stae
slo's ndClamsand 'Tmprane Da, Fordawil tke lae ol pecial ma~ss mieeting for ~el specific maimu percentae' of eduresa hebs ntipr
Sn n lm .T ea undayr, Api41, bhut thi ya of the commu nity wil be hedt their cos wihte yadd'
mmittees.'~eAellrd~~ ~Q ~s i~ Ju Wi Of~ ~t4 hei~d Stt.Yu otinetco-op
hae lane an all-uay scheule f 3:>30 o'clock, at hiel
emph asize th a efr timei Dr., Paker, th citing X reg io setn $350pe thousSPECIALMEOIL hc wlgmi
an wl fatur a patriotic song iter wfi l brug a spe as the maxiumprc for ~le-~ woshp mesage Tor meon. Men fo,1 ue tobacco seedlng 'o~' 'c 'BPTL RVIVAL
5~WE W~R One~ of the interestingg parts of ar ife l I j u $ieffctv 'pi ~'1. NTNE THRCM. OUJGH
aOil Suild y night; Mrh2, there The~aawllb ~vUna ~i ~ ee~r a ni Te re-ulai is dsianed to
Isa Meli~moria$ Srice heldat thle perio,> Aubrey -Fower, program th tm e o u an eno ahit -ners, a o 'Vvj.eisa'et da oiu han "said. Aolor -uard from~ ervsf den ading- ecesivly ,hgh ISDE AZ
huch eil I ne mestn Comn Qpan Bof te Uve-Oak Home prce, ,and7 illn Soeases, as mch gon i t t ie Grsc
1Chancov who !belon~ged to the Deese Foc will present the flag et n hco.(-~lglrecoltl
Nayyand was kled inatio Algl, b pro- ro f le
ut24, 1942, an~ wa~s buriedl t sea scoo auditoriu the Biible which asL pa in~ services 'e m rig at i
'Cst{1 M nce wa wil eudinte devtina per ,RU Crs workers haecmp -t iij purchase prc that th or ia
at this church just one year Iago e~nte ut i amnswih iewihrcnl ece ie .S
Tdwy prmfeine -are sclidul- ar now being asscnibled for earlyV bacco to be produce fom the Thievein hre o>ufod
ed to' be heardduig th e eting. plnt ol. ph bot20miuesofgodgo
i ogehr with aseeiMl mesgtate Comptrolle J. Mt. Lee' wil pir~ paia~~ e~deli cniegtional snging
o s ~ erc rje d ~ i ti'J e~' A 0 el~ h~ ~ se -Ill ~ e o rat i rt Prtc th mui b' bothf~ auican ha hor
bv east or dev J. .Tin.The sea ay 12:3 P. M. 4n~n h~ tldershi oIr M is Frne4rs Mr.>-ine rf Ghaace fro bobn Nvlile under- (4d the>~$ ira inspsng iratio'naclA iist enssag
sog Th e ver approi at en aje ternnd Ciruite Juge4 a dm o elhv chose 'as4 thei prc t do~l'lr es cinp i or ,r 'edricaed totefte-n ohr May wilia sp eah vea: tor th retailer,~' thea> Offic el (, that are asogh ey Dr Henry
Price Admnsraio ha osas 'suc amas of arnc and mane thewo Parka ,r e'iln'rn1t ar
Beaueofran ings ony .iac'-orh oratedn
Mrt and~i~ Mrs. !Caaey.' __________ wa'd ao 'water. Cotl covers. is. At op, a gie of th p
ET~ie ~ .* se vc wawl1teddb r n hooed, g~ut i ll Je This>C II wor ha naotr aee Aow o'ill a' au ~a s ub r o e de in un~e her~ne ownn
til lunpan> Otes it~ whoesaer 'fo fiv grad. of, vn eae 1.ne so sc are iCe'lt God' mesaes and
an~s' enhulati congegaion 'Tae 2ust unti recntl an is in,'ddi__n to et-ep n a4n~ A i
$un~~tal April 136.w the wae hasIe wilbeen Arl~aig~eWnn it~ l4rela
-'oel gP n as~m an1p nounct e, ,~ nht n~ p,6ih ) With frqh the dryot andi rtheet
se torn the lunches aiftan piitaltyo
let 'Inu ngog~1:~%~. impr4ssid on til )til Chris-;;au ittp nta est d
Tesinging we~ill b1eit anj fT~ronagvn ~t~iln w~1 It I bandages.? rfe epairs The rd ~b
who-E Lfl~TS tthyqoa we presePitll 4:30eS A. ovngl an e repequate ao the f e spegai -orb is undergo~l g prIo gin ad plet ie -hisin
Al.,Wandathe deAutionlpiay i te pr~~~B ha nu4w rie whach will b'the> sed o unde deep coviton hepa
begin aAtG~IDN~wll" 11p y'lok Lunch ias tel BEN CU, all -fruit 'o >allt~ wholesaler n bales a~ eie o nc hs iNte eron totendr~ theseg oe
The Rev th Hdillth Johnsoonoo,, 1166ttor'. nier;M -oye h i -rf n t astt- 0 l s la a p -BaI
garen th f~d pdiiessf~ion> wpil tt at ~4 o clock. Cbqperanq o Clousndeinaxacjiatuin prices akacum rWh 5~desn0 hC
-~~~~~~~~~To 7a caBeoednd/ty fe ate>Cdt ~ihG saler~s wioflMr. held anman's>o the p1 omayabet, charged the COnsr'e' For, prseng puross haOan l- I1a-keQ- iva~>
Sundahi Api a ea *1~d an I~ -. E. Clrk -l~t -V~~a -h p--lii andLlad -Cd 4- 41u'~~~~lpo~
1r1 dueabe ~qr hy aem ring for d tnay i E il Y.( e) Cub wshl Tus-a afeno 'e u r e y ee to'olo ih rty"ow eo on pon ofi~ ~rh su. pe
M'lwe oilt. Praend Se~ro-Jsouct ioneertavnndfinishe the a at thed cfnbliua a i~ thies rside t to At- s rar'tio sailso xpe nced inr P'h'O Tr~ year il tbe -made.o em K>jeasWaNIS of' te wa ~ga~en ave ore ~~ap irmjgh~,Ala.'a'l lthe Mrisid.' fuur ar oflar tandiotn' e
the ~~~ ~ ~ ~ e ater tirte ot. Clydeg fr.h the Isa,' esidingtkIy- h S
sales.. Bonedsui will be~ isu "1re:30 tA e M efy seits, t e an f>euchsr'wl eabe Ate e wrsofgetngcns ealcelns o bef ab heinecans1h d o 'v
batfr the~tal plements.' Tnd, arsne usual aindr motion.~ Sape
2~t theyr aron' theh tghem.e theh siasn to rainJa fcl te ~ os~takingte h
oonld certasenly, hav ahe place~s tile Sant to til "F m th rga t coatn 'the sate l o er The followin s ha l'is o~f -netse
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- ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ t amony to cannin afd' scpleen theet rinine the necesosa produarejp. ~ .Bik ~utyh'Lh
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The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., Friday, April 9, 1943
...... I,, I .. .. + +, .... ....... +.............................................................................
+,+ +.. +Personalitieson Day'sNews Front mil ie Ad
~ ~ ~ '~2~ Ever Think of This?
(W ,4jc 13E0 Nearly all government is ear-1
Y VIGII VAL red~ b -amateurs. And~ sme(
The Congressional Jokes: R by W N p Union. of just that
It has been reported that House ........HE little 'town of Brawley, h M y has wings, ut it i a
legislative leaders intend to pick a 01 Clfu on mr-hmng pigeon.
fe nimble: -witted +- Congressional tt+ to ..... woman's
sharshooters, who would be in con- Ing recently to. find a motor- poise as worrying over her avirupois.
stant attendance during sessions-to ized~ battalion of German
make clay-pigeons of those who try troops, armed to the teeth, li- At Least Its Cost
to spread smears across the Cong, P. m( S tCs
ing the streets As the Mexi Isn'tit a pity a man can't dis
Record" It's about time. We hope c b opose of his experience.......
their rapier-retorts wil..hlp enliven can er rr only 25 ml ".
proceedings. CongressioAal history away, the townsfolk were a bit The success of any dark lnrsen
is crowded with swift repartee-hee- Then took an- depends upon its pulling
ing. Like some 'petty humans to- Man a maniskept busy trying to
other look at the "invaders" and n im sketustynge
day, .a small-time politico was once t.ndO t tig r n the dade yesterday.
by picking on an important Ameri- Sr i
can-who happened to be a Sena-. Nit r torps i the icture.
tor. The human mosquito annoyed Nazi Af"Somewh r in h e pcturey
the Senator for months, who finally Bogart's starred in it. lbe ,+ uniw han loues 10
slapped him into oblivion with this Shown at left is Lieut. Gen George S Patton Jr., a "native son" of Calfora, who is a crackshot with a club
story: "A skunk once challenged a pistol General Patton's armored forces have been giving Gen. Erwin Rommel' desert army in Tnisia some- -information centers and 50 mobile:
lion to a fight. The lion declined, thing to think about. Center: Petite, attractive Mme. Chiang Kai-shek, first lady of China, who has become Janice Gilbert, who's,'twenty, has units in 500 cities and-ownsof When the skunk asked loudly if he the American spokesman for China's fighting masses. Mine. Chiang thrilled great audiences here. Right: J. been acting since she was eight, has this country, for the service and
was afraid, the lion said: 'Very Lester Perry, president of the Carnegie-Illinois company, a subsidiary of U.S Steel, shown as. he appeared been On the radio since she was entertainment of our soldiers, re-, A
much so. For you would only gain before the Truman committee investigating war production. Charges were made that false tests -were made o ten. On+ "The O'Neills" she plays pbrts Collier's. The organization fame by having the honor to fight. steel which was being used by the navy. 'Janice -O'Neill" and also an infant also maintains 70 road shows, Wth
with a lion, while everyone who met 1, 1000 performers, the scenery, salme for a month would know that I cil amountn t oa ongut $4se0
had been in company with a skunk!" whi will a to +
A l .. .. Teamwork Keynote of Anti Aircraft Artillery Success 000 in 1943.
once told this .about' himself. He ~. .~C E 1 \
sent a constituent a .CQng. Record .+ ., . ..
with a note stating that the Govern- ..LA S )IFI
met prints and-distributes speeches I .EPA R T ME TT
made by 'Congressmen without the Mw : .
slightest profit. The voter returned.........
the note with this flip addition: MONEY TO'LOAN
"They are also read the' same way!'. Funds availableznds for buying,'bldg.rpa-ing, refinancing property.* iAue re.ner Swas.'aea'led+$a"C ~~ga purposes, mt. from 3% yrly. Repayment to
Huey Long was called~ a .dema- 40 ya..'rs. Interstate Hiousing, Eureka, N. Y.'
gogue after be concluded a teejus
filibuster. Hooey foaii'ed'. at theLgs
mouth, daring his critic :todefine LivingL t ,
the word. Which his critic did. "A
demagogue," he snapped, "is a man 'a'He most lives who thinks ost,
who can -Tack the boat himself and JANICE GILBERT feels the noblest, acts the be~st;
persuade everybody t there's a nd he whose heart beats the
terrible storm at sea." and four children. But her 'most quickest lives the longest -m's
~ C~', %,.~ i ~famous juvenile role is "Little Or- Matna .Here are some of the facts of ~ phan Annie' -when she tours army ______________life' about Congress every citizen .
should know . Before times got gets vociferous requests for 'a sPERFECT GROOM IN
too serious for such levity, a group -' "l"" -' -- '' 110 ,I 6
of legislators organized a "Dema M O R 1.
gogues" Club, which met daily inthe .The night Ann Ayars, Metro star- NIC
House cloakroom. After 'a Repre- 9~...'~. let, sang for the boys at Fort Mac -_______________s ntative m ade a p ticula- ..... --21
e r d. Arthur, Calif., she -got a rousing Cheerful Beginning
agogic speech 'for -home consuimp- r,. .a''aa reception, but could haedispiensed Eeybgnigi hefl h
'tion, he was halted into the cloak- with part of it. Arriving in a pour- ataroom -and~ compelle& sto 'make the ig ~rain, she .,wa. s',corted- to, theta Gote
speech he/avould like to have made. hall by a new recruit who led her,
'Then he was asked to repeat the ..smack into a deep puddle at .te stage"
club'pledge: "Vote for all appropni- In few branches of our armed services are teamwork and co-ordination more important than in the anti- door. Ann fell in to herhips. She
ations and :against all taxes," and aircraft artillery. Pictures, shown here were taken during maneuvers at Camp Davis, N. C. Upper left: When says that most of what the soldiers'TEVEUIS
inducted into full membership. The the alert sounds, anti-aircraft crews must reach their stations in seconds. Dress is of slight importance, but saw T her was mud!
badge was a safety pin, worn un- they must have their rifles, cartridge belts, gas masks and helmets. They race to their posts. Right: This ..fiicr n
;der th~e coat lapel Some ,+ ,picture was madewhile the 90-mm gun was actually in full 'recoil. Lower left: Captain' Rousseau peers
..h? through a slit in the battery commander's underground station to check on the operations of the crew. Any Hollywood personage who deh covers Lupe Velez watching.him EXTRAn-..
The' hee' te oe bot hetently is likely to be 'uneasy; experi-, NEE X R
Congressman's wife who woke up in Sends Son to Fight Against Homeland Visits Home Fleet m1n tel oa Lue'sst gathelyr
ny imerso a ofvhim. Heryiun-n
whispered, "there's a robber in the n
t m d o the t h "J she"' se.".., reach the screen, b
house" .He ... sleep-befogge.d .s Intensive Sientifc laboratory and'cilnhubby replied, "That's impossible. *..does: several imitations of fellow ical studies proved this startling fact..
In the Senate, yes, but in the House, ~"'' tr.Sepasietcl proved that additional B Complex Vitanevr."stas. he lay idntial-couinsii, mins are used by the body cells in feverneve. .,.. both of whom are revue stars. ish illness. With those deficient in these- .. ~vitamins, the feverish stage of a cold
Th~is is .one' of the 'Congressional de" a.mds an extra supply. If you're suffering with the fever of a cold, perhaps
favorites~.., House. Speaker ,Tom LinlBarrymore was in a dan-~ yur limited diet does not supply enough
Reed had a barbed-wire tongue' gerous' spot a while, -back, 'and it vitamins I Don't risk a deficiency. Start
One .day one of the biggest bores in '- wasn't one of those things that are taking tGROVES -B Complex Vitamiins
Congress got up,' drooled- out a part of a scenario, when the' actor immediately. Unitfor'unit,you can'tget
lengthy diatribe and concluded by knows he'll be rescued. Driving tie!r.quaity" Poteny makerste anuds
stating: "Mr. Speaker, I am like .....home, he miscalculated the depth of Bromo, Quinine Cold Tablets. And you
Henry Clay. I would rather be right flood water near his ranch, and getthewondefulbenefits oftheseaiazthan President!" ,.found himself sitting in his stalled ng vitamins at a sensationally low price.
Sm t hi nc h for thereguar size. Oly'$.0
Reed merely intoned: .Don't w car, watei up to h nc Th for the large size -over a month's supY-YOU will never be either." swift current started moving the car ply. For. such a small cost, you can't
.. tward-deper watr.. ut .neih-' afford to risk deficiency. If you reach
.... d wae.B"nih h feverish stage of a cold, start taking
Rep., "Uncle Joe" Cannon loved boring', farmers came along with GROVE'S B Comiplex Vitaminsl I
t l tschains and hauled the car back .nto.
teontel tall talres about, his fishing the highway. The car ~was. rined, '~"'
He oce tld 1rf'nd'ab~t' afish .'[but "the famous- Barrymore wasn't he caught. Trying to beat-him to damaged. G s on Stom ach,
'stopped:+++ "Hc, no,"' he replied,"I army he knew that ,he'd, have a job. e+ ~i etespeijm
wasth ait n th whales'" ..when "e'came Rebackihe has ia c m'nutes odu m money back k~om o ot
a i a:a. tr ct wit RKO th. s e... r.__ _ _ __ _ _ __ _
Ine '114e ousale ofw s nt a it?" heetrn to the screecid te thenwuar,
But thioe nl ied betwlaeprena .(at asalar exeeding the toe he y'00 WOME WHO SUtFE eFRO r
bth~e pais. 'e~el vote for Houe a" ', a: 'was getting when he+ lef.His work ii !Ii'
Speaker resuflted in )a tie. One: in ~ .Prime Minister Winstoh Churchill Lim'i" waisi respnsiblei: for h U V F lIN II
depndet Pogrssie cu.d.cati- -engpipedover the :side as ;he; scrappin' eold cratand the the deciding ~vote.; That man was Shamed by the lap attack upon Pearl Harbor, James S. Kondo; 51, a leaves a destroyer dePot ship whiewiting odf :the inrfyrabl new I you sufer frmot fase. iz
Co g. T o a& D S h ll.w o.a..viitn.t e riih.o. .fet.Le d- o e.'....'..anes i'dstress of "irreguarities", are
+, blind.: He fet hni~tcapped, in+ not Jap born resident+ of the Hawalian islands, +was gratified when the army Vting+ the ritiister owte lad- '' i+< +........+ "-:l-- +'+ tim.:+eruevo- thefucioa
Sbog able to judge rival candidates permitted his son, Herbert, 18, to join a special combat regiment made up dn~h~r'~er,. .s vic An Sir Bruc Astn~h~a + Bo Hp' e o anohe of ti,, "mde-age" peodh in womn's
."bY seeing their faces. So he asked of, Americans of Japanese ancestry. H~erbert" iS shown in th cnter Frs'e dSr, whseapoitet toustom- Brobs-opnt' toursr ofy. navye tabllge"P1dyl Oonpound-h besko womnS a newsaper anwhohad "n 'be- wit his otherand ftherwho wars, isrAmricanLegioocap.Hepismandehe Brtisheome 'leetowas 'd ,arne pots aavbassewhcommeicineyou cn buytodaythat' N :: i est ide"' O onel. The repor'er+ a veteran, of World .War I. .... recentiy announced.. .... "l goi d news... fo t...e. me h'lde es~ecia~irtyoromen.
___'___.....__Pinkha'a :compound has helped suggstedihat....a'.. .. +oing' onbenfi'; he ikres the aswelshow.,' thousnds upon th~ousnds of wornSthe Houlse.Speaker shotidcl.belong to .... 'Jp "... Dn ;e
the same; party as 'the President. This ilctIsa Realer "iSfact, hegs.....bl Wok hadr ntorleesuhanyn
g e~e n; tan tows Follow label directions. Pj?
. The bln ogessman took ,his '"ntlii ls'
, suggestonan hamp +Clark be- .... -.
S Clark played one of the most vital ",oc~saaaec'ror +W'-7'aat.. 1
:roles in world affairs and turned the ', j+".e r.c aro .... ,,,.i
'tide -- ,.history.a,4 "'" : ily, c rop off to sleep :any time.
ConftraryF to popular' 'belief, most recn "Aldrich Family" broadcast,
, Congressmen don't like-b :have' heso thecs lpe out a nd entlan'
thatohegpogbaiwasoverand lliMyncae ofDisodere
Th rsogh b itter s e p re ncled! C n-"" "a ,aa v sit r ust leave. -H e spent a Kidney Action
grinlmxmhseovd Ev- "a '~f-aa.a ~ ''~rnidfv~mntsbefore he ModernlIfe with its hurry ad worry
ingrate and a dozen enemies." ..ne.... cauht up! >S+ truth t--thos ev staing twor :;'-+
No olun o leisltie aecd'te -.a~ *~ *. "' .Th ih illEND over-tazed and tail to filter excess acid 'i
Nd eolun of legsl~tiv ahecdo e The '"ce ,wich Wi y Maker, uses for and other impurities from the life-giving'
i 'would +be': complete ;without the -". aai~~ aa,'4.caa Wilbur" on the Tommy Riggs broadcasts blood.
clssc botth h vsieish going into the moVies for. the second '-You may Suffer nagging bacae,
clasic bou thetot wh vistedtheheadache, dizziness, getting up nights, House of RepreS~tivfyes with his "~- time as the lead in the Metro cartoon, leg pains, swelling-fee conistantly''
i i father. The youngser poited to' a ~"""""The Screwy Squirrel" ... After three tired, nervos, all worn out. Other igns .
ii,, man standing on the dais and asked years' preparation, King Vidor is nearly of kidney or bladder disorder arc somewho he w as '. .+ The father 'ex- ready to begin production of "America," ti urini n gsat.rtofeie
pliedh wste halino starring. Brian Donlevy ... Helmut Dan- Try Dean's Pills. Dean's help th ,
HoUse . "Does he pray- for ithe tine, the Nazi aviator of "Mrs. Miniver," kiast They f hahdrfuees than hal a
ha aledig oli-onerB.s,'-"Tte century of public approval. Are recoin-.
members?" the child 'asked with Last Man," stig 'Errol Flyn.. New mended by-grateful usersev~rywhere.
i( logical reasoning. ... .It's inoculation day at San Angelo, Orleans' famous French market, exactly s Ask ear nehbor!' .. 'i
The "father informed,: No, my Nineteen stenciled lap flags mark. the score of this Grumman Wildcat Texas, army air field, where bom+ it was back in 1885, has been ereted as a
,' son. i'When he see' the -m~mb era shown on famous Henderson Field, Guadalcanal. The score was made hardier school mascots,. get imnm settig for "aratoga Trunk." $250,000 has ;" . '
sitting ther...h prays for the +coun. DY several diferent pilots, of ,which Tech: sergt R. ?W. Greenwood, oa nized by post veteriarian+ Capt, :H. +been aijropriated fobr advertising and ex I I..
try!" '" ++' fisaringe fro nt Jam sport, M .,J is plane captain. H e is shuwn in cockpit. R :C ollns, against rabies.:f :! 4i tatwnl of""M issio l 'to Mo cow."




he Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., Friday, April 9, 1943
~7 ROBIN HOOD'SBRN
FIR~'i~AID ~K32~7~' U~ ~ ~ "I say," said a bumptious individ H HEFLC~R~
At..ot b E ual to a man staying at the street
A' I :ls 9101 corner, "just tell me how I can get thn 'lst.r
by Rrogeenho e1to Blank street .p"ehi0
Government priorities come farst.. So take tfg t
SPEIA ARTICLES eg Ts ounow. Thehtanehojo wete ar
AR L OREPNDENT .*.,i -o '. gie.Afe heep f n 11
.........V.. .."We....'.b wa ether rply, take the al1e
lrtcd bysfu ses) which urn ou qso a tse sm
.....gft, the No entl'ta
I lRoger B. WhltwanhWN Featre. Rtid' lstaning ato the- lohr t neen
You may not e able to replace or fourh t ylt firt nt rieht tongly?"
broken household equipment This iwaf. e pass he deaed angi
ByGRobert overnment pri oriter come first. So take "ou aarOske f Bktee,
....i... lmmm c rni .. . .. e knownhat h o s ell ad no se
SSEeatur S Troug pe c T u u A he o=n t Yes."ts
SPECIAL ARTICLS yW I 0king you how. tel th direott doua the par-Epli es
BY THE LEADING REPLACING FUSES icls ndfJweh 4ttcto .
AR CORRESPONDENh~~~.* given. After three-quarers'of an MrlessACH electric circuit in a house, hour hesas B kstartled t aryve at
a i o r c e h a r o w n f r o m n o t h i n 6 th s t i m e b y m a r k n g h s f e- - - - m a o n x p s i e u e t n
inaone iighes b ndca there may be i several, is TADE Tethe place where ah d asked the a
r the world hasb eversen i b a fuse Thi h y en ot -u-in --- heav ce
b sespeckled over th iglobelk screwin afse andte on p :n lsvet e totTi bot
PAmpe fried es hen a crci t is overtoaded Re still standing atutthea teeorner.s
o placement of a fuse for the restora- iWhy dTdNhyou direct metowrongly Her Wing s tion of the circuitsis a simple mtho dhe demateded, ngrilyn l b t s
v arto e tormick, ter, but in order to do this, it must You asked for Blankstre, WNU Features.
forbe known which of the fuses protects. d aIc e g seawn-out cae.Thuciig hofe aof
(W Feature-Through special arrangent tha blops-its plicig provte- It
with Colliers Weekly) er who is looking for somethingg to "Well, then, I directed you aLI 'Booster' Mplosiyes
In less than 12 months our army do on a rainy day can spend Goe aV ell-Balanced B k 'right This is Blank street."
air force has grown from nothing of his time by marking his fuse (SeeEReil an bombslowe qurer s
into one of the mightiest fighting box to indicate the cirhcuitcontrolled oA DOES te nheay ar of artehe huexoutfitsothe world has everoseen, with by each fuse. This may mean n- he agn ogancall hron
scewnga us ndthn oig p
bases speckled over the globe like scrin fse an i li n ing upitt i plos e to set it off. This "boostpepper on a fried egg. Every line stairs to see which of the lights will w h t er is usually the mor e sensitive
of it was designed around a cen- not go on by the throwing of its TNT which, in turn is detonated
swtheAmtodta ivlesls
trail idea that it must have a posi- sutchirs method the hevoses r -Est C w: laxaby the still more sensitive mer
tive part in destroying enemy re- running around is to use a small Y cury fulminate.
distance. It was patterned foc radio set, turning it ton olou t o Neo e a
Thumbing the heart out of the onemy, enough to be heard in the cellar, or
for subduing enemy aircraft, and for wherever else the- fusebox is ii
attacking enemy ground and sea cated. The unscrwing of a fuse edwbr
forces. These things it would do, not et op lpoea the prceil oo ac ra "Is she pretty?"'w r
in any one battle or one spot, but the'foorvin 3 t eee n "Well, she always gets a seat in a ga mLI.D -MY
in all American battles wbrenot er which pthe set is connected. The set bus."
they n-might come. a with epis then moved to another room and Greet the Day With a Well-Balanced Breakfast G- a t ATN
het prouctioneyf roiride more agthe process repeated until al of the (See Recipes Below) .ri res osee t K iIN
Tie laboadilt an a iaels mof inuaigbadCietyo h oep~tcoytdfdaha.fre ri o epso another
than doubled, got up to better than fuses are identifed.o A diagraei of The landlord of oices tenanted Of course, it wasn't due to
Ma m fasengthe fuse sox cai! then be made in- Good Morernge by a "rm -of d l ,ers whose noting organically wrong
Bet een thse-sol types, re and notn tombrs Phoelg alaohe idyusgainyztik-aterMupyDeni?
panAsAairganur er e rating c r d onte with me. It was just ordi-'bt l~e en atcue ereach tuse circuit couontrkasllsqid Brea kfast lease was about to expire 2wrote- to -naiy constipation, due to
cut, to- less than a dozen but reach aac wfte a bk i a Vg'han '- your o breake na st adAisqu;r
of these had aI specialized purpose. betwe t r ustrpswed fi- of orange juice and a sip 'of coff ee wAFTEk HIp tS die
tongte t her irs at tln es t c i s out f irs t l gyps Boa Apples i or f -er ale in occupat ? Weon Their treh t wi A do eoliome medicinal
M any gotctheir lfirst' hatle t t i n t exp e ier the hut n sirtha Y eakfa ers s 6,eady-to- fat i Cereal w as -uare laxative gives only tem po- a
ciearcrswsbfr.te w e~r h iruint from-egs toa ad -ur~id the Drre and Sugr.k n her s4tin ada are.' or'rl or imaclai agt t ard
the la t 12 months. to avoid a ifossble short ci-cff wipn raty relief for such consti- - Ive Of a Glcir.a Islip or' a. mishandling. B4~ it tote oed~*OldFashio6ned. Ppovers Not- -appreciatin iu loti oeln i~ ea h
-----should -again. b e closed, 'of. course, Wit you economy of wod-ai pae-esmtigta-esah
These ships appeared at bases in beore cotinuing with the test one youpa start ht dhth a C with onomd ofGambigdsinc pus an ha-e KEfL'
the Caribbean, in Alaskad in Brit- o t'vea m f a n-s f r t a a iR BeAag .o : l t A wrotsasiiteBdwegar orll di tpatdined Get7,oReme Gidn j it was theirintention toreain
of~~'os 3,6 lie.110 Th eth eaeteses o edti iai %c whit saus Tht adnse h So<
a, at points all Nolshei Iteht evey day's work io eggs GiA oi d oean dacu e,
thought aifc Questdmi: '!What can -be done so thrwA'ra-. -~.- -- T e tatwabekasse:aax
and Africa and the Middle East and oatre il n h wr-a !'D 'SiWe remain, Yoadrs a sweeaad-anstaot tth
ustIndia and China. A glacier- was th fast should. supply05alost If .possible, have eggs for break- sn att
leveled off to male an airport in the te days calories and food value. fast- L you can man iell
33 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ -h lanlos Thsa trnstr coyin agawarne oon'pet ers, wfter soedy rwpeMeto lpt&0 1 tb it t and C
Far North. An Ameri6 an -engineer - Answer: Carpeting- the~ floors,. in -A slight breakfast will prevent-yoU- age it,- but -rememnber~ that a nice hot -ifi lydodosuittrigagi. r -cplntip ator' anke
a:dmstg dc i n kese o 8k i n o
dropped by parachute into the mid- the upper rooms is one way. Fair fro" waing hfully-a thus,- borekful a t a I eou'l"inhRdie of the Salitra, armed with a results can be obtained by insulat- starting to realizebyour, u- 1ket h quantity -tof helth hen, Of Gained Bit ars, too! AL -BRAN is
pocketful of money, rounded up na li g the ceiling below. Apply a layer of production w th er yre on' e, urse, -You anh vary the menu -. Irish pridstL. 'ad- been trans- made by Kllogg's In Bae
tivedlabor and built an airfield. of insulating board -irectly on the home or 'factory frnr. But, treat wthgpaakes, french saastked waf- feared from one -arsh to another e igaa.
lmaxrr ine as hlceing, then fur down the ceiling, the o first meal ofathe dayWith he, fles-when the mood strikes yg vou One of, Is old flock met oneVES the
Th ue Diace bhe He Pres- wall ,, Ja'ocge gld 4- rset I-oer eple aate beae ic, ase
new "Wri,,h puttin andho
l o fastening the furring to the walls an othe two, s ad pett overpwithaeatd te roelo "w pae i0 liegr h sw do
Between these isolated pots, grew and not to the ceiling. Nail another find yourself i refresed and fri ve for brakfat variation. Tri yez like Father -ENI IN D -ns
confe AA wiCrcil Itws ifr'zogiblw h ufb i er thqify thr Aaieyth, are baytye son tit
pl an- atr-transpot stem th layer of insuating b o d on the for :ore tha ready C ij apple e theaey: Ak to l r i
became bigger than all the prewar ring, 'or place a blanket insulation and do itawell. b tha *n S Apple With Orange- "he a fne' mai; a ne man, iTttle
commt Sercial airlines of the world Put between the furring strips, and fin- If you're sill n doubt bot Maraade Filng. but a trife bellicose."
toangee.aTmyair tna po ofc;aom- soil AFEREUI ThPrAelolNb tarm.1 u atrnl .' nyli izfbcueew
toete a tr tr ish off with gypsum wallboard. Do value of1a od br at look at ect apples that p roo uitabd for uBelico is it? Well, if that With p iedigine that wil Prov NIlf
man&I became larger than- the Len- not expect Lperfect results', for that breakfa-sts' fed, servicemenn' Do you baing,., 'CorLe, and fill cavities with isn't quare. Whien' ha ld h If yusfe rmrcmtcpl
and it flew more miles'than all the strut fe. s o ork if it weren't for fruit, cere- with fork and rlaa in a bakigo pag a formal paMp-relieving help.'c $
W r seet wa Wared Coee Table a, eggs, tast or tread an with aiitte wat. Cover with y lid golin t .
it preced measuring dis- Iamcalcomt bttle pnrciasef price refunded. b
auestin What han aI do to beverage for their first fare of the and bale. in a slow oven until ten-- A Scotsman visited NiagaraFalls druggist if not satisfied. Get C-2,
T70hues amy,. cin ia n ofs10 str aighten out'a wiut rffee table? day? mNo ma'am. en Remove lid just long enough with n-A rican friend. PA
ai h eires ;' n tand o 10 Answer: If theisble is v Brakfast afford a- grand hance to brtwn. e As they approached the great rush
hirs -weaingthe eale.,3 you Aswould aget cabinmak-e for you -to -get yourvitamin. Bl- Cr eamed Chipped Beef -Omeet. of ater, the latter said: "There's a
'-m ies; Afaw4 ur, instead t take0: yusout thgae, wap cbuntmaf-eo that, important morale -vitaimin, -(Serves 8) story that if you throw a penny into ki, VEGETLABLE,,
lof 3,900 yoiuen. Wish tao try doing the job yourself, which prevents nervous -tis and cup chipped beef, cut fine the falls, it will bring ou luck." inti
t e C afor this aed: hRemobs ft restlessness. You need-this vitamin 11bo cups white sauce yr "I d that so?" inquired the Scoy. co
who~~nd warrdttdfenWst es ithout damagin th Wodea wi ate (350g Fegee ove 15einueshegs,
chief of the AAF, flew back from aid whole gran cereal and ead-and 6 tablespoons top milk asked, hopefully "Ha' ye
AustraHa in 35 ours, compared with dncave sione up. g Place weights 'of ueost thr teaspoon salt b ac stsine oou toeflwsw
the conventional ship-sailing time of to 50 poIns on the high' 'ends yeas o bt teaspoon pugar rdsand uDpnts'FQ
-of warped crers Atee sot o a ntalso tdbdy onStalkingespea tehem.o
3 days. The air transport corn- or whole wheat boretlr ta iby teo rrorma. "Wl thtahuee fl Sow wquan tit e d geat-h m poleao thtotsll navi-:im wieundr- ayer?~ th Seras 1 coer 3~ 't pedon be inower sitsoIOling ab uPhns Ih u 0 oti A L
g sodeaodthe topatos soahlds bue nensr- ce re tvh enriched, ready-to-eat saic deat eggs until fluffy, then up IN o eA
lgrosuburban commuters. rs id of eov e s b ak a tionidng Wk Klk adt only as directed.
Roosevelt flew to London and back, wished or shellacked to -check ab- e berries and fruits start coming, andwpepper Melt t
Madame Chiang Kai-shek flew here sorption of moisture; the top also t et on r y n
swanky~~~in hueswrstee ara al al' sur e m with nth buyi ng ug butrs Waosrsgf
from China, Harry Hopkins flew may need this treatment. t aon. as...a fu cudi Ma ke it
caeom, he Harimadet miss aion- w esto ng, Wht isnnte rght'waycareof-the-trfolt cpei esite to e flou Iea r-Bobby, whege io o
ngstecelodeoaelnina alonal.Cuduegl vaze bym easbu toe f 3 teaspos akin pelder ow?; SALVEg
either and thither with loose-jointede a, Dry Well Breakfast is t god oay to take %a te ongat bb-O ae fth e hegrC
as to min anges, Wedergeincy aker: f dry w n gt te th ae point. E w eet egdolks ad to Mk i uM yitsu L
toRsi n ak WnelWlke fthe -day,- toAsidesof pan, pour ______________moved all o per the globe. ter that runs off the rof. How fa,/ -half- grapefruit ah innSggs and shake
linax Comes With Casablanca. should it -be from the foundation large ornge. ra gner a s ad iy ain. fireCm sStaaki
wage- 11jic0il i.~HU,$EWIVES ***'
The climax came when cthe Presi- f ami a, duri.g h on e l e loosen o"When w after becomes ice," asked
ident himself-who hadn't flown on Answer: Di a hole of ample size a age g o. and bottom, cover with heated the professor, "what is the greatest Your Waste Kitchen Faa
a domestic airline since he took of- and line it with brick or stones e fulfill the vitamin creaied beef, care fully Lfold over change that takes place" Are Needed for Explosive
ice-broke all the rules by letting laid Up wito thout cement, leaving the C quota of the with patulaand lide onto hot plat "The price, sir."TN E
the army fly him to Casablanca th earth bottom bare. The topushouc- o y day. enember, ter. CServe at once s y tEl IN
conf er with Churchill. It wasn't b e far nough below the surface of ht vi- For variety, there are many types Wrong Method
simply a matter of picking the Pres- the earth to aibe covered with a- slab l ctmin C is' easily oi griddle cakes: 'Look here, Mrs. Murphy; why*
ident up and putting him down. The of reinforced concrete. Over to hat destroyed by air, and that means Sour Milk Griddle Cakes. have dyou been hitting- my little
Secret Service had to go first, high- there should be eight inchesor more you' should. not squeeze or. cut up 1/ cups flour TBobby?"'
ranking army and navy officers ad of 'soil., The dry well should be at oranges until jst before, serving. 1 cup buttermilk, "I only hit him because he was
to be taken along, and extraordinary least ten feet away from the ifoun- a Oldli Fashioied aPopoe rse s 1 tablespoon meltedbut- ude and called me a fat old pig"
protection had to be'given acione. nation walls; further sti, if possi. 3-eggs ter or margarine 'But, good graciO'US Ms. Murphy,
When Mrt Ooo seelt i anlw ble. -- e'e u c i --iteaspoon salt you ought b k+1.. t..
-: wit pesrecdentoe d Itii eaemals ~ userchdfor'. eonbkngsod -Kenttingmycso won't do. yo ny-er: mo reaon hy AZO .:
Th :moe- armyg, andcvlieans aros mnaethna witesh stovoet w ....eg.ad.ddm..t.th..if luradsua; islv ~d'
,;.:intoNeW ( Uiea toenabe, th canWe mae arpair? .Pedestrian Note -reelieves pain and, itade er i'hing. N) ond.
weli, got D0 ~tusedsosen on eanigtewal.I hr yad~i'gaull intohefre tot utemlkaddd t-for.Dop e I'v e o on recor to bSe lAQ lletliae adnd
Amenrinthercttes ar a amrly .Awa : fin thise -- -cipe plc is g maeaoh b matter .aodthe bat Idi linbate eggs ae nd beat 'well, drid prts-hl ,rvet c-cin an
in.ofeseatte as- nda- n ar thorsoe.tati o ghlyin worith0 gear;dpen, th0enf ion buttr. ..rop bysp- ru,fan yhow." ..... s.Thir- I'Z ontmet.teds.
tirtst a ringf bthe eagled o maria ser:e ou cran.t othm raedmuffnotinstno-thrds f.s.on. hogese rdl and. What tht? 1 to rduc sing an "hc l
Foureh, It'buasyhto os.ePAZdolto
fulln colone. h yongs of ig th~e pcwthaisue- patc inter -ht "o.wl b ed optu yr" rt~secm~o" tsb i'vmae lxeivei lthisatonseven meoat's prad.u ilre ae p
these i officers is~ Coe Corles fel Molo.th -itdfullr~i~enm of miue. you hae in frtsve brwnonhohides years andhave'tbeenrun over bictlonsuonilelh ronsis.ourdco
,comanius.ni'.agentyis usedein popovers, andttheir Socups enriched ,.oartor __seaedpackaesalnel eons Nov .eber 6, my. on e~t~r Soth -ae 0 he risng acgtionis-epednpnto-. espo at"aki n f toefloswo -,gtr, bmades unr, ser: acuu leaner wolde ~ ulityfoods o get Sif easpoor'nbkng ow dsier reain upnothFeddy" dNTdS y SA LV
grudcewmcaicrdoen- lldry inedientdf s ea egg Used by thousands with satisfactorye i ,.'~h~ ;= "e




FORTHE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTZCELILO, FLOJRIbA FRIDAY. APRIL 9, 143
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Editor and 'Proprietor Codell, Ala. 4-,9-2tp
DlOR~OTHY flULLOCH XD
~blshe a '~' JFD itAudrey Godwin. i1t
Thle Official Pap~er of Jefferson ANwuTRZHME.ET1N GIN NORTHAP AFR i
and To~n Motielo.North Africa-adiophioto-Gener al Sir Harold Alexander, Command-, -BU U. S. WAR-BONDS
Enerd t Monticello, Post. Office~ er of the Allied Ground Forces in N orth. Africa (left) shakes hands wih6 O
as IMail. matter of the Second Class] Genheral Sali Onurtar, af'the Turkish Army, on the atiriva1 of the'o H #ik*sia
Telephon138 Tukiah Military Mission' in North A frica. There has tteci mnuch specu- -e heoeb noiie ha
ltoabout 'Vurlkey since the Allie d successes in this~ thear of war nd!ted, Eva' C Crawford,
DogwC#, O PULC TrION Exeuti uznde ie il Sara1J~UBLICAtIO ShouIl Turkey come in on the side of the Uniited Nations,, it 'Would.dc~,hs4t~~ef
News__BuildingDogwood______provide a land bitdgp to the mainland of Europe- for an ,attack o 1. West,~ dee fed ha fldunt :firs
SU3SCRIPTION RATES. Germany through the Balhans, has apieid- for~ her dischar~gea
ne Yitr ~ -$.00 ___________________________________________ *such Execu~trix.
asoAoreaid 3-264
lah Cont Jug' Cour of.
IN eOBA WA Eestate No.,f L.e oJ. awkins
- ---- ec as d.
M oiello N~ews b~y E~d. >G. Clayton, of e Pcii;*tt are heard iT t& 6f~1diil
TeWrld War' Veterans' Bard), Yes,, those oie of t~ night Teff ersonCutFoia Api 5, To~ All re~ toWo gtAyCnen
Arm Day, that day of thianks to ~TQoji oko,a by the Son of Noie s ie fina report as Admini
God ortesftan services of Hfeaven in his palace; they tra'ver ~se t toScion of Qhaver126 trxo state of L.J.Dawkins
or ris n peace~ and war, pass- te wil sacesof tne, Atlnti to= o lrdAtsoc97 nk eased tat I have fie ypei
edqity by Tuesday, Ap~ril sting tie lis enigcrs of Herr as the Muph Act theishaelani4
Id tnts tetht l- GERMAN~ MAIRK T2ANKSC DESTROYED) h IseGoering and h 6 emeda- cashbid sujc otergtoah'hrg sAiisrtlxo h s
ades otwar veterans' organizations Nohgneal of~ theGeria general-f Trustees ofot thee Intrna lmre
an tearedsive e wtarapd, Germantanks,, desroyed 'bk a baeicy of a B3ritish anti-tank regit Stf; tey ruptur the eardrm of bis a. tile, Cortose, beginn JUs I DAWI Mt r>, Oet e Jrreasons obvious to afll ofu wh nnu melaunched an offensive in Southearn Tunisia o las de h resrl forfe ~ormer thnaya'110 cokA. nte'1t-A distaxo heett fL citizenry. We are t n the ~ ofi/'di anrmiyes f blcmiesmr'dyo ,a, D3 Elase en .'al'n, ee 424
rcMab~tl 5th.t in t ~q4 hjihte
pael o the urme force yt hyedo, fod toa iiiia n eucr 4Ae'cas ili* ~onsat B o4iaiahy ate
deer- and thive senses~ thee~ inevd itit ofl -ewai 20 feet wides i
the armed forces on4~ batited frntno will,~e be~ reeoe from anyr~ partel~chdr~9~SJ .tabe owntie oies the night~ f~o hc hrei neitn
thfrPaii ndNrhAfrc ard binter thai eupe d hpe It e atnd Sties.o Tru,isto repeats-. crssth ateyrs, ivt~fe. nc~ I
-rlte on pre fIhem no usa, dal over~ theio and But, an Amria the ~g~fiare as the
rioif America's willfulo nsubrns oasheer
thsra~ing 'headlins ofais or teUie Statende~ it 4uicly I h IL Seed West, Rg. Ahcre& c~o'arro
-ahere eatbetcee df bereool tinking toe of caiin hedra s;Igito Dlescription~kd~~
nmspheh main Arm Da of4 thedE an oeipped acme !ofd i~er e in Frace-t copeat inngd ve cobletones they age -~' Bok Tpa~eh00__1IS4>O
a0 *Jted txaooariiearching swea an miise th cupe dedgac t teth LageoNaios is1 udenal tmhe cangingi heso peca In Ei o,cY Qas r 't
t oeors;. ~ s~g sdeties~e ii~~e Iio cy b or f'4~ bak fihtn t DA Book' jUj- -Page
hode til Wilheltm, oin ohe Prussia a fato in th rise of Hile al 'a acde HeigtsA
J ern Contry'e Clontribd~uto emrr of,~ Germaa n d Ntazism,~, s h a-ai enters, ted r- ceng he ra dhnr''htig
In historic~ JffsnCounit,b lor izeee war wit thee mase strength of oneto
id,, ithi houndr, et of tce- hnd .,..e prt~~u ~o ar of her~ ofpl, not &ude thirt cmillios viril boteieis
Army a,il e6, 1017, fis vuiisian evdec of thet~ gran- Lot tlx&e,,F oin SW.i~~i su4rp of, Block
Tri, hr PnedeLo ontcei su -ths nd eta rulyt Axis PAow-ET 1 irl s Add ton oM ~fi~3 cg
bow~ ofr~ hek shiin l~Uike, t t e port, owfsor tohae sutitig army
roea h ea f sionsisst6 are in-o anh !0N Lio unti teagl -erDedok LLrPagL
onti the aas over th'c thes, ofon 'smile againi~ ino heaven and4 yeace have 13ea estate 10o saled to,
Founti of youharsin sd Eursope wih reflect nothn u h -HoeSlt Aeursth~ev 'wolda, witndb ert ontillo. asKE MO 7D 3 I aea~ N~EY.cttu
~si~ hr ans tt~1dto tehei heren in d' a- tofturl4 > eo- From the hills ad th plans he'ir hLot,~ 8~ke Diriorth' Aade to. ot
thehosil oposiio ofi th Senn- amit -aito bohron~ od fmn.LS
no Inin rism whous triedr withu moansri~ Yar utaI~n rnowd to ~ n Monticello.~ 19T
Aef dyin comatnt and stand etusand br~n*e______________B 1? E.STLAetTut aaese u
bii Wt" a rrow andl~ stire haAiiitl to~sir LotsV 39a~e &b 4f~~ it, Add.D Waned~ Bte
~ 'frcesihe1~ f~r~starvin peope nt~ e' nde fac~euo wit cal eyes th. d.isastersnn o ba htiist:Jeriy Couinty, hatoMotclo.W..nu;lensitridi the 'thls Autrfla then jua nai oftfi. 'wr of year of"'q w itrru confdp htfn-l Noth 12 t"f o amr ty 0 o10 ce fgo
sental om e xhn e d~~ of sera sosLV 'T U TI NSLucn atrnA dto oM ni
lau baes ~hh if~tthePi&~?Foren the usar& easb Brin, ~ and victory il i 4lre fome c ~ hos
iteone th U. S aredserves, th farm lan without u' im(prnne.ots hrarsanin wl
rim~nbt'~ in Frnc 'ostruggld th l then Huan. ~i of i nfreprdness;thato thle mpigh RNenRHOScloa e D .""Pg 78 et.W lo ae let
lre percntag noth a of sy.t I. Lotn~ ad100 Ft.a tin rLottli 4dd inte SErn~ rai cm
Theayme ke failedg the kno'was to thauiti~ Noreat o nde ]ionic fronts-tiepiked echewoisiteete n uchsn
the Tunisin' a ratt~~ offe obli s eti~ AND ofTL'T Harie Portcrs Additeon 'whoti r o80 arswihgo
'kit d nery ~ temocracy of thNa tio trha in bateln on th Afla'4t-seasnd cello
of~ hed they are4 oing cit ool the Ig twok ther hassin with moder 1Pcf~Oels l h wy
witho ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 'wl -alot without and in~a~ Loyt, 24r Palmeadtrt6 aiigse e~hn J~~
'Ib ~~s,'o hi ys pire lead f61 theica, Wood' riw thmfihting contineets ererst MOTCLOSOKYR oveine n ubid'
Atlani p~~atrol. aind h -lifelne Lyons masttr Addiaio tic thTownF~sip, ~ib~s~o ~~ ato~~at
Ws e ras l~y'itwre)rison,, hst de thaye' Iof sfer-l vicorydo fate itin.e qieti~ of the, Aucio ev 7-fyuhv elett o
of ; suppill tovE'ngln fi nd e~e yeptdhs anf geth~ -rai otf'~~~ u 'isicll 'asa per'it the B.gn 1of Pa o mll otc s a
ofRsa their sons stand o toei guns"di on higes make prices. teare 297.~'~~ ~e ,~filnt
to reach ieg wit som~ed housad ofin msthers 2i p.ra in.re Monicll tooc TReTEk OFh THEumyb INTERNAL
racded swo-ane in qure miaio Frmhrget atre or ,E ET
mie itheflii's ofp, the iblue zt Yards. of' M... flagns tge. IMPOVEEN FUN OF' NTHsE~higt
Amria soa, fresh,/ unirng bombners ano theire plane by. the
oafi m ith~ and dad. Gquaron ofr STATE OF FLRD Rea EsaeB
Theue with~ ahe fires Sof ofut ande ten of th uad;fo ieasnlB .G Y E H S U S gn-1 alhse lrd
Twenty-rcsi thyeary aon farless-___J'Army Dayim duresigndte;dentr se noterdut Wooro demoacswepmntrtnsu1 .Fn efro ony
Senate Resolutionine declarin awstat
of tar wisthralial fronBn, Gad Afe and Wesaer artillery self propelleonl
tory for' ther setor-estallis "You nwt Wtropsit nd Ai andringippe withsn murderous con-eesle gt~s n dnpenyo lc oe o
Grea Brtai, Fanc, IaW'andteie that. cannon 'the uncon- vertboy beefitspoer from her iedmht adrtan10 ulbthe' r aseetr a pouto
islatnd~ baseha-vesf which 'n hur' titnfetsti'e e Ift"",h he batl were, theyin ore theretinira-bie ctes, he ber ls ad re tw po urhpn ncsna cbZeaf igs in tint-n e i a U ~v*cgt8o
sod-,trndteGraon~ fan- milng o 'e yout ton~.-t tehp 'swf14ebg lteupyof lc-ee a
peo~~~~~ple~an handed the worlde reutan wasl tle Twoe army-oi fansin campsI 1at ~~ti~oe s ai __________ougaryin, Turkey noth i,'~aais iitng; 'Americaw i-~ 'lIa d navlt stas s or e piws, bu o"ury nthshrian u tjtrste icies.tr
terifi 1repwe rating Theys ot "flashesy tee urgen worso
inaousos arogaro reaid woera putrose iar to s that beer win the. l(~~4 ware prn upr ship-s '~t h~ m
rscdiaps ofr Presdent byke thed Prussian thu"d of omies hou of'
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FRIDA, APRIL9, 14.THXE MOTICEL NV.EWS, MOTCLO FLOID FrV]!
DA C FOR AIE BRINSON...............
Social A t*WAUKEENAH at t~ S c olumin to bie sent to is H le M.' "It~Iered t the Brinson h m ~ ~~ ......................
1;owe"n,+'lhone 8-R~. not later~ than Tuesay of each wek1,iday nghtxfor.tile nf Mr~g s. 'C. L.y Mcla n ia an, e r
Ais W it a w oh sb Iel M 'hr on Bale,J~rf terz and Mr.~ and. Mrs. SamiWilson,;
and,~ Mrs ,rhl Carrolley. 'ofA~t Perry, anc thcr daughtr, Irs.
~ s.C~~W jtinn ~h ~ een r~aa~ro 'ca Jo nes, Afi,, G~wendolyn Steenson, Maul~ mm S~nnr~ll
with Lieut. Pittmran in Now York iecenitIl ey 1.err ih and Alii CaroYl e Brinsnaasiste Ct i~ IL ~ er1 yek~ rftrnd son, Frank Carroll, in, an able e Mrs. B~'rno in sein.- tht teAI r. hs t clla
Mon icul ion 1rday of last week. man in the Merciant Navy, whose gu-qs a mer time. a ni d rs.o th~i nWe homl
/. anker at thle time wsdocke'd
jlrs. Nlon[ iWhiddon "t1uery Rio cie Janeiro a izil. ~hu
Fl.,acomaptied by'Ife t~wo yov'q grugy iiosfo ieFoi.,M.adMs atrworcn
daugh"lters, has bied e nini ti's Mr., ad r. J. D. Mayar h i aat
week with her mther,, Mrs 0. e. ay, ruoved into ther ho' v se byii Mr-ae
an rniauiy friends he~re have been Swartz of Faetve, N C. ~ 1 She i joying, this visit with her and~ her wa et routehoe atr vsin We& lo6~ gfrApi hwr
irstoi the fullest. he~ubnpeS at, at Tyllndnedthm,
Ais. Pansy Mattair and yourng'H E ODS EASTER M~ESSAGTOTHWRL eyeal -pol ae buil oudo
daughter, Marion, spent last week Ms flavi& i gan irtun -e As aothoi y of l'i ehds collee siudnt s g o broesac in
34withfins inl Issee r very satI *MRYo
MISSIONARYt ~ SOCET'Gd aof GloY" the Pafr pacegoes out as the, mot igncn EasteareY-1
~~Tp ~ ~ ~ ~ wer ofe spat as4~: fe day withlo, pn a~4n~r N St
M'r. and Mrs.. Clfard Smn hdhr isan W Winans h o, is'C Til Oeeo fthats 'M sin.eXr n M .FrnlnFlyYn
hen linso' prcicn special Edk program ande music in prprto ror' 'Easter
as ieta1y me on Moda after-~ ~ f
t,,.;s on Suda they latter's sttine atf Fortr Benami Har' yorn so wr
services onut~ Api 5h./utdiig u
Is. Ieokl Shelon and dauhor, Cihc elm.I ih rse,.J:B
An,, preen wh~e bal damaged 81 trie
DTuesaday at1o to Gu Godo,yJ,1
4~ACOI LOanCALO~rP
Mr4 n As hre .Smsn ut;G. nlurfAa icevsthr wtlo 2wt is Hnel I ~cYR h.Svr od
v~e r ipon's son,00 Rihdrik '.~ Wil eeh r g for the of ho ondayJ aQa
in o tii te4a tri t e~ n r4NI ES. oe, ma+X5IWsei
to~wer no~ inilittle -x1~ o~-c1 ffr iri <
tengeda too M1z ran 'the Circlen Nost. it ass Hoar "'fie~as frob day selna
\ gr g 'hefrusbe., Th we re 'tey 'visi th~ ;crort bieeels eh oage heverfoni-/ f
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twona a d##oa andc to or tN, tciuster &'eier no
is, ~~Z o.gia C~d-s& U S. CoIisoe Cae TiIeer e 'dt ao I freeblng to coin-ope W'h~ttn~
bet ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ elenrs resent.in rtIry will bc'-tae Ir hib s io oI~dnnJlrWreRA
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s1 b it tI ,u ~ I~ 'O n M o n d a aft e r~ A p ri '1 91 d
At~~~~J3Ri &Slrrw Medim& oimi
when~~a canntt afte the closebe~ ~ke ~ their ho e J outnah Gas., akfr i i6. 0 ~ ie To~ nw
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cotots know tict yourh Jcs6iilen II
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The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., Friday; April 9, 1943
Today's Scrap Bag'~
Is a Valuable Asset
.Fun For the Woe. Family U^.
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PRIVATE T W
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Roland Coe
Clyde Lewis
NIX
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'The enticello New Monticello, Fla., Friday, April 9, 1943
~ E&IIOLE 2~ WIMPRVED p/ TF/V
O UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL
JACKSON GREGORY CHoOY Leon
GREGOr V..U.RELEASE eBy HAROI __UST__.__,
lOf The Mo Institute of Chicago.
THE STORY SO FAR: Ann Lee and arette described a quick, small arc from violating Cal's confidence, just (Released by Western Newspaper Uion.) .ue to an ntiusually large demand and
Cole Cody, beneficiaries under two identl- in the gloom as Porfirio came to his as it had been a nan's job for Cal ...scurrent' ar conditions,, soeghtly more
cal wlllsaof'Old BhllICole, sought, to, dis- fe'tig-ieIrqie nfligodr o
eov~rwho ad fred -feet ao'keep 'from 'blurting out somneth~A fe ~86n~A ~*w of the most popular pattern numbers.
he fatal bullet at Il' see you in the morning, Por- e, omhin felt I
Old Bill. Suspicion centered around boseunnde onig jr ese eep to himelf.nge _____ Send your order to:
- ane Waidron, who was iving, at the firio-" boundtokeep t himself. esson subiects ad Scriptre Aexts se
ranch when Ann and Cody arrived. Doe "But wait!" exclaimed PorLirio ex Ittle by little, out of these drift anyrighted by SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN DEPT.
Joe and the Judge, commissioned by Old pitedly. ing silences, they fell to ,talking permission, usedi 30 South Wens st. chicas.
nin to carry out his last wishes, were re- "What .the deuce is it?" muttered briefly and sketnily about each oth- com iss
turning to town from the ranch (each 0I, stooping to see better. "Not er, about inechtes. PETER AND JOHN ITNESS El 1 e nts in coins for each.
agonpu4 o Gug..Ca odtee Codn; whooie hse sligtng aNo lam abu the ms e is. ai\ watr thdoesireed.iet h
with a wil for safekeeping) when they a dead cat, is it? Somebody's old sme CHRIST'S GLORYcou Pa N. Sa r
were "" np hardyb an l bandt ert andc e y a, a t a a Sa t
W r~~bl ope- tht!g, ;hn' dedIwf s d a2 Mtw eth' nm hmsa snhde n
aerhelld y skd- "Get'thtm fire. blac tm Rat1 t ae came closer 'each Other thab ever v o C Gd Name .................. ."rou.a
yet he id, Cas Doie galotnd h d led the way into the lm w6ti they started to gLESSON n 9:2-8; ii Peter I. t r A p
gdvert susb clon Rance Address ....it.e..d.. stdneal....idnf
accomplicd, Tom Gough. Cal Roundtre room; while he was'lgtn a- lamp at the same instant and .with the, GOLDEN TEXT-A voice came oilt of the 3
foremani of the ranch, learned meant -orio explained how ts aperitw same, thought: teoud p l sayi e, rishis ii beloved on heare ha
ge that Doe Joe tlin lived.ame ence had brought him to his might beiWhd for a Ufe and mine'he bb h I oc s.
"Fowcoitsnue with the story. ery. in-thfaac and in a to beas gnot e This s a th 1 startledg-rl
Joe."I haRc Walr had iomen hen rh t l a Bim haid e ra entrit t go oe:C TcRoman ts to
ni d s e fCoe H tao e h ar el ano t e o zigGgoan e as !
_____________________ idden hon horec .sht Erillen a isefaohe ia to know that 'trtth'is ready to follow- Be Headed for asout,
CA XaH a sorr on hm foin h rioe iette, and, insteIad of smoking it or Christ, and to maSAe Him kEoLno
oe g hoo s ohetm s fneven rem em being usthat hen had o ye w
aao a a aerv vyb t d eTe wa t azzle a h e cold- *
yourthots shut until L give the 0 like e balnothroveweaafterp1ewhedbtcamgiflechobuttnotiis
w o ord ule tha sh ch i cm ade i I sm k now wet r odii e a ib t s s ry G dao
S e ulled uthe e Now if it was me, and I was riding rolling it with ie a it a d "Look into y eyes ey "
ahos adadcetiny haiterlokhoshioas lae s formng fn-w ens.Laigfnesya at a-R B E
io hi b rand spoke softly, ht- like the windo I'd go thos way; think- inHehei d tittio l g hinders of ue- breathed, "and tell'bmo what c wou'oa
potte old arly illl"Of crs e, eveybyd woto? iAre fates. sMar 9:th).mnhseertaeaues."efgh.
tg 'his voice down to a near-ewhis- a ingi Ando I wouldtget ridaof that hat h in taot almost cu like t clouwa
ten. The Judgehe had looked at' hadouldslight be glad alin s'a t "Where there i a 'no vision, the The girl bebaezed into the young stan
thor one thing, I ain't dead now, wao the possible hiding places, had Rance Waldro might come to profit p eof 29it Fors ant' f Hise it w an n seeoa the smosheauily
oer a ead A' Don d ad itseen shul e twvil h re aaa lit8 Sf a ain eer te datd pines.
alyet," he said. "Get that in fire. Anh, then at last hisukeen eyes vowi, "etold maylj fBit aT esd wnsb othe Gud- th k me a r.A
yor ea, al Dn'. o hikigha sen'astck asmllded hi e godid6 cf dite? ture so hwrdve, -ive cot an ighaemen o. rA b wedn rig. raher
ghosts a Rondee limb, its end sticking out from under to matb of t e it r A o, wh ie them ele ise in a wrat ser A quiet honeymoon-and then a
tYou don't look anything like what a sizable boulder t a cottage and two happy peron
I might suppose would Aha He had it! For how could a l a d o h Peter and John saw-our aLordr in e growing old together gracey."
look,.' Cal said. curtly. "No~w, let's stick get itself shoved under a rock darned place! aMaybe now-well,' His transfiuration,: anid the~gluw of -\'heon ma jumped up-and1
maye'e aw cn get along without ep serience mlighted--thei' entireorahed
get after thiis: 'What in the name of like that? If a man had moved thalt, fighting I It might. -be. fun for' a lif and fqrasy his hat.'fth 833 cid
blazes you been playing, dead for?" rock now, and had been. in a hurry' chne n e? iepd niity h ~~fte'Where~r~o~ont''re
r hage sr e *upernaturat was on these rnadre aandalo be
"Cospel, I had to," said Doc settling it back, and in'ah hurryto "I'm a- beast most of the tie, r15 thsyecisrs td t ," th drdgis
Fm ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ hi stndnmo.Thr'ssmehngaottroeavntfogotrh the lain tsteletnrto
Joe. "If I hadn't, Rance Waldron ride on, he might with a eareles: I'm Mraid," she left oft tithit a"T i the fri o e
would have killed me sure, like he boot have kicked that stick wher -y 6ad ot t b! ots Wa rdrombe an, eyewash!
dld the Judge; I'mea Goug. He 'it gotcaught under'the l einto Bill- Cpo; Cdyo hear ther ril momTntAaieg Glory of-'thl Sonlon irl Apn _estot__adeshe __w __ed
"Why noteCal d Cou firio sweated over the boulder, kingya h teal Chne --His d Hrs rrid (Mark 9:2-6). He T the ae and whswg
nicked me side of the head.-" He pt l eingt a The transfiguration of Christ "G o "a le e us ueals wl w
;s finger gingerly to a bit of taped "a a He t is he ers;aihndpr-'Isaoneemads we litoe beeeld wigloryar* *a
gouzemindr his teme Ptfiof e," hee sa buhe ho lie forgotte gent 'her f of the ossu ai ous -and this spring is right here-a gydero
g No, ,Cagro le. LIt mer oe. hat, thow of s n a i bit llet, toe a hteeaetosns t of ciple w(II erlly ).utfu a donodveahurbfre s
hashgot this ud t ee says hrns ready. ol's he sik ent that -'ot ifal un hs fa, pae oity- eyeas ae pn c
Wdrdm.lyon m mr ie an hole e f hough ouwith Therude wand moe mf then ogenl ooi. he theer rd sfgia on Jonlayesixyun, ga bunr downs en hrofe eao" w d, fr I cume ain on wd? years- S ation Poetry andsart have vain- eryone be goingeo8 the happierl.No
dro wh o t eJd bet hehoser s ght P or begr ha ur in t ly insshe, a sd, andt e m e tra ag i nher Ip el 'his glory, t gnl o a bc the gfo ths g ie d b th apid o ing O
before I could wiggle a fto eti t a ly tried of the oatem(John a yo
-helooedat e. ayeI'rt Thon lap.. ff ~ ~ h "'in fact a confession of. th amp-'because'they are. s6' 'pretty and Mat~lcrp Rsber TI~ree,,,"'~
de lonyTe of a sudde he spwilanked tence' ofipee lo ftosart-to trse to sensible and her ither because
fainted minute; I don't quite kinow a cabrotte -ot ro fi how ain w'tesses.o liehl'n in (Van my they are pracy no bother a
or rec'lect. I was scared enough to
faint anyhow. He cae back drag- tho deered e b atiand Peter was swe dazzled that he could- all, d ah f n
hangtig.If h .maes ago o it whe Porrio opezlauged harerl B a a toe aug kon sgt thawrl the permand nthswaaerrneesi,
gin Tom 'Gough. He' sper t Gough o n ue it Pattern No 833 is I sizes 1 2 34 and
anysli-u alngthetral we Cdynotyeofan'mid o ind thusega dtheek Kii gaota- faigtis builthen God's~ha Wordwn
twice an rode away. -I tried to get slnep, years anze 2 dress tskete % yards 35
bag, hes oa-rInc ma aicker iT tnSUhdESSe S After izy aln while d a cm a hf tmenther the maffai of the fire a a tr lled d & hu- h-tl all d playsuit
~a rp~I gt dzzyandsur di falitd I guess I'oughtn't' to have' manity waiting for the vine delly.. yard 812 yards, binng. D.m VN LUCK CHAR ~S1 4
10 'What do ihn I a doow Sp dee hin Fro Earla Builmep cha ng a1 a sr e def e
Thao Whren C woeupndteof e a goodigh kissedd you on the stage-thesway I erance of the Son' of God (see Lukey mysto re aves
ultimhaeyad exaine sowne art softly, noy did e *ea Jih no-di o nWwsOhr wihnotos niotte'f dai6tf
cold. The'l thought I was dead. atie heard-firs LUCKwas la tV th0I nrr
"e "Lt togh thenotherdoel 'e a set's not quarrel any mooet, ev- What took pulaereeon the mount tanrittfor men6 dsehd
kees o thinking aper ln 'oems er" she said hurriedly She oClitd possibly best -be explained as nathem ,U as er 1mo d g e g
rWem, in Do oe h y t e ar ve dran O hewbnder ilmr1 of.thea f IU cm an (or
-her eye da s o'et i tt e
but Doc Evans; you and him, now, is chair*nth a yau have bn en rCthiny o the ne lak orsuy Hafi--ts a' a u or i 0. (6at
Cal And you're botCa going to keep 'ilag o 1, h. ne We Chis asan noogetablE
your mouths shut until. give e lLs like, eah coher, -even atre all whe He became Eve but no. WARTI
word, that's hl-appened;, I kniow we do." -'divine attributes'as very God. There --'~'a
bx"Rance Waldron is downstairs mn liin soberly, at"You're ecbeing In th presce of God and the hav- --To soften shoe pmlyse that has
tonh orow," gin back stuo rn im Roc rty sweet, Ann Lee. I never enly visitor, that's gloen sd eio hardenedpour a littpwlee turpentine eEYAA C TS
right~~~~~~~~ now sadClttbonadh- ke gr teyu"irough HUis humanity and His ap-' over' it. AOJ .~ ~'t
eager "He-killed 'the Judge, tyouht 'e b undulatipanraiOa, e
ksays. Andy'l saw him And it's "I love fireplaces! COne li e this; ptene prbam g in oza"Delive
bude yn oc Jo.wl ieou"Wa si, oe"seped ycudbeor!Adh r~p ate temesrom myef aeaslt
alesta eaw Ictvans. Lat eiBthervhesrqiters tot riatnw aekn ract Son i ew ost fu l- terfo d
him or his hired hand, Tom Geugh, 'o you like to find pictures in them? I. Te Approving Word of the Ions of hot or cold water in a few
potted old Early B mih w o m r Of course, everybody does. The fire- Father (Mark 9:, 8). months. See that faucets are tight.
a "Shut upand' sit down and kc place isoneof the thins that makes A cloud, like the cloud which filled as
Arrive at tke n theep s- me love this romt" She stirred the Temple of ol vd (I Kings 8:10,11), Never leave egg fwhee awter it
ten. The Judge and me, f.owe had sn orghed she moved her covered them, and the Father spoke has been beaten stiff. If let stand
those two wills that old jackass Bill a pres, crossing them, her hands on t of it words of pbrova1'of His it will flatten and will not begLup Laborowrtestdomonsratetliar a
Cotle drae lon gurgle Ranleody foreseaddu hny holders, giving herself a little Son again. rubber cn be wbdehy owtretrchf
h ease g up he slop Ranch -b'cm sDear old yar Bill, thinese words- ulti ng *rom. 0 to 1000 patlead
Waldron's got 'em now." hug she' b,a' to Ii '4 no'stretch at e a
Andnow Ca Rondteefv trnn di tr,, idnt 6? Tried so hard ment, nol command*, judgment con- --;a;v4
thistCouse Codyrwhathestwotjoppend- to 'have him- hi, fun" and a the ceringJesus, Thi is my belovedinturnrKeptyrthesaer'
in the stl it poy astiohe came pone twoac dear olde mend" andta An1e ih A n e ie i p o u e r a f la d u c rsi nE
Pulo ugng, camevtoa a. Tenhe be- um D It geoe time to do something splen- Ssym,' d .vtmmmand to the, disci-" piach not aandy vege .,,, ,pi
ta n, grew n alt. Tlen qhi sbug friends' Dson Lei ) wsh to kenmit lk istaoa wslio n-as
~a gab o swe~ explosvely. nd ~ ~did for yo~u aand me, for." his old ples, .'Hea.r yq 'him'4ht r~itteiw ara1wseditoageaeldorthee~ -i i -i
gan to wear eplosivhomen and whe I go back to teach woisctoh that Hee it lokn intAd"&" 'lP4nI7o
fred'snantagtr el't ,11(esnCm e'nary. ers eni ul'ae,)a ad-, 4'
the~a was, grw aue afe hi strauaan well.~' tha
9. o, a afulle'
gus~ely. a' God',,s they saw im rn Vhen serving grapefruit and-or- lb ia~r w~er'e e aa Cod, I dn't kow whch en a' a"Ann'! What are yo aO..talk'ng~ and heao d'thei'W4rds of- the Falr. nges in saOsnud cisr'n ~ 9~U lj' a
I'm standing on. -There's something a'aa aot o ae' ogtehv ~in''oeplainly they act cut' of l'io white portion. aa
I' know that I got to keep under my s' f l i~Ae a u~afE~zweupe
~ htlie Iben oin; amos bew He put his hands on h~~s; she per- you,. the money he left for' us~ in the -that ,Het s'G. 'jffi~te.' a *a with rnbberlf -sqaving suits weighi.-a- '
ba, o n lebet theng Ialt jmpw mitted the contact for a -long nio- bank, fifty-fifty? We kno~w -that-Buck-a flesh or'the redemptio oftiiani4'I'Wy "I To remove whiitew~ash from ceil- ing lightly ovr 14 pons This'-' old Do Joe; I'm near, doing the inent. toothaJenkins got, that ten thousand a~~~il-h'idsrbbeNehty In g, dissolve -one pound of.,alun! in' lflshlght knif 'an yellowhoo Candi~l,'
oc-''into~ the pot; you heard the Judge- that. momexnt a foregleam of His one gallon of strong vinegar. Ap- glve to'' loh attatrsur.nttd a
thoes at cr sie. td '
a "Why not, Cal?", said Cody ,quiet- were the initials, tooled through teAdyou talking about teaching!" --Hsdeity,. ,His redemption, His' well. Then scrape and wash as tigwt o., ''aetolt. ntesetbn a hr a hl~ltmr!dmn lr.Wa motn rts pywt 'buhadlt' oki O5OPi~ ~ p~~'ly. "You and I hvntknown each leather, "T.G." "Honestly, crs y.hatadcoming kigo.a>Leweland uul
J~' ouhr minlld timmer'?"u-wa' on "o Gug,'hgwoitwas, hope to die," she exclaimed, "I had them as we, have beheld His glory? *: aa a
yo "Caldroled. er"etme'. Porfiria," fie said as he' tossed the forgotten all about 'that, part -of it! inI The Assured 'Faith of the Dis- -If a'can of paint is placed upside 'aa a
"N,-a rwe."em hat, now 'of 'no-' interest, -to the ta- Why,- there are thousands and,. thou- ciples (II Pet. l~6-18). d jown for Several hours before itis
Let me. go on -now 'and tell you thea 'bl. "BtRne ado-ok sandsthere, all yours and mine!" These words were written by, -Pe- opened, -it -will not be necessary to
hast that Ican; what old Doc o Pprfirio, a og s'da l, An Jenifer cleared her,-throat ter when he vWs nearly.eighty years mnix~ it before using.'- /./'
hsgot in his, mind. He says Rance ready. Hie's, the stick-up gent that considerately in' the far,~ dim- 'end of age-aabout thirty-five years after- ~ 4
Waldran a- ismrlieawoefuhitot.ihteJde'nDc:of the long room. '>the transfiguiration.' 4John wroe sixty Turn agas, burners down when
-herd of foxes; -he says, no, Wal Joe." "Mind if- I come in,' you :two?" years after the eventV and said, "We foods have begun-to boil. ,Nothidr'on won't destroy those -wills right Porfirio began cursing softly inshe' asked, and-came straight ahead. beheld 'his glory, the glory as of the ixgis 'gained, by too-r~apid boiling.- Ao rc E1-




EIGHT THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA FRIDAY. APRIL 9, 1943
THE TIMID SOUL By West AN cOM. TE
1W@I. JUDGE SCHOOL,
rEE4'0A BAND, MONDAY
sooow4 I aL
;o Florida high school bands will be
AImo BuytA Ne~w
Po IPE. inspected during the Rionth of Aprif
sneoiN6 n and given ratings according to a recenit announcement;
"AH right Bessie,"sai the boss Since the annual festival and conqf the little factory which was mak test have been called off because of
tt r r'D the wr,; the committees conipdsect of X The thin middle-aged wdman stood Henry. Filhnores, president of the
up froth the chair in the oute of- Amieican Bandmasters' Ass n. J, B.
lce and looked earnestly at the boss O'Neal; Fort Pierce; Otto Kraushaar
"i' e ut this ten' pesent Lake Waies; P. J. Gpstt, .Se! rin1g;
pledge, she began. Harry 1, Parker, orlando; i Romulus
"HMI WHATo VAS HEW9,tZujR s'M- 'Oh thaXsall right, Besie" the Th son, Tallabasseej and Al G.
IT ICAme oowg, $1 Lou(ET'AST, AND ILL 8C boss said. 'I'd been meaning to ~~ "
_o wh -o guy"? ACCOUM4 YOU \o"r spgak you abo hht e on't Wright and Fred McCall, Miami,
OHA V k0ow! W O Toro ee expect you to will isit various schools' o judge
CH, POD 'R-r'eYO WANT-I _r0u Y- pledge ten :per- their! bands.
_B N IK Vllcen o yurpay Acodngt hesl
oREsoFREdn tW he tle, he
like the others are judges will be in Monticello on
FREBFEN HNDSAV doing.- We kno0w 'April 12,,to jLtdg0 the local school
Algiers-U. S. Army Signal Corps 10 ou have aptard
'Radio -Telephoto- Pighting Free timie, me kie g ends hand
French General George Catroux, in S med smece Jake
an informal discussion with General id ilevehat's,
Henri Giraud. General Catroux, qutenu f
quite a 16t of moths to feed. 11et's
Administrator of Syria and-Lebanon see, you make $25.50 a week'iA ud- 'AMERICAN BOMBERS
Ad~~nunistrator~in ofrim, Syr'a youe?"n4,, J 4-ATA KRENI
is visiting here as the personal rep-' g oY e dont youC ES
resentative of General De Gaulle. The boss smiled lennes, Fran moke still rise
Bessie. You'ye got your hands full from the marshalling yards at Ren$ ~~~now. Uncle Sam knows you haven't nsUbitspl ele'~il1r
00 O 0 0t ne' -bat supply center'flilly twvo
Looks to Toior~ got a penny to- spare6.' Don't let it ne' -b I
worry you. d understd -hours after American heavy bombThe boss turned to go back into ers made t daylight attack lst.
VIO RO farmer what-- wanted to say was . ..... .n. h month. Photo reveals- the daniage
-homemakers are second to no "essie raised her vice and that was done to trucks and rolling
school group in their enthusiasr4 the boss looked around I watd stock. Of the 50 truck th
-~ ~ ~ ~~ ~t 4-y wol a~'4~~4 dollar~-~O th weekb tokoha er
for investing in War Bonds ad dola a k b either damaged or destroyed, ; 13
4 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~Sthmps to make sure their -future -T'itte ?- 'You- see, after 'we get- thme iweesllnfamshn pto-s''
is secure. Through he Sch'ools At giving expenses paid, there just were still in flames when-photo was
Mrs. Kimball and Mrs. Worthing- War program they arp nestingg abut a doar a week left. 'Would 'wdeton, dressed soberly and wearing what they save and earn in War they. be willing to accept a dollar
their -best black gloves., walked a~ eart n ,
along the stony country road back "They'dStamps and ohds. willing,- d t
toward Sophia Hardy's farm, to pay First evidence o this is ,the the boss said quietly., "They'd be.THEY CAN'T
their visit of condolence. ~amount the 4-HClub boys atid, girls roud."
"How do you reckon she'll ,be and the FFA boys invest d in war Bessie looked rYelie'ved. CA C- ATS FRVIVES 1 1 TAKE e
bearing up?" Mrs. Kimball Asked savings in 1942 from VtoryPig "All we have to, do is scrimp YOUR
Mrs. Worthington. Both ladies wore and other projects. --A million and a little," sheisaid. "I'd feel just ter- ...-DIZZY RIDE
their most solemn, funereal expres- half 4-4f -Club members pit $6,000- rible ifwe couldn't give something.". ..
sons. Back in th' boss' ,office a repre- Sheffield, IL-Special CF! photo O
"Amgt eer bo"Ms 000 of their -own -savings in -War -5 entat-ive' of. thle Treasury, 'Ppart- to Thie News from Cliff Laze-_ ME~'~ 4
Wo Ami tys~d ve (Mi h sevMBonids andSamps and sold $2,500,- ntrg e thery rshlutes rn N
', Worthington saidd, "Mithty severe.'--s---ap od mentwaVitn. T
lse on te mainstay 000 worth o War Savings to their the do sat down. Fsty black an white is
of our declining years., And such neighbors. Neurly, a quarter mil- 'I've just seen the 'greatest single paudly rIof, by Geo Ieel
dreadful death, to go dw inmihro/uu ~ r of sadrifc I knoew of,' the' boss 'sal e h a V
"The irst f ou toysfrom~Iand ~"'' --~~.-~ ~ miie tan'~$,1,- "Liseb,'ho 'yuewan lvi ethe catcedfte ocat fro a 1-ft.
with a ship. Mer ." America listed m thawh a- "Listen if -you wantto hea ha
The first of ou o Hand' 5,000. American women are madedf ywheel- Th aito' tho .0-t ,he
County to go, too," Mrs.,Kimball.Hlzto (Story from -ail actual reporting ee'ciee af tc t IF
, sinSpurred y the r realization that a etheel by accident a-frtel-it tri t A
dao,"ors bll the' financial-welfare of-far f the les of the' Treasury Dep b Ino ugh t thed h trn C ON
astth a aufe. 111 I I '
"I wouldn't blame arlies the next 20 years -dependsoni s es uh wh, tucng t
proper comm ser ie Haody.for t wisely they- use ,today' higher
fed. in wsnt evn a-dcdevotingrprofotsato buying WarBonds,- People'sar BeILrBOA
N e. je'-- -other- wartime production_4 bot Y0Uge to ge a fo gadhl
They stood o Bonds? Joia payroll savi
th ip~soe 9~hgrfor 1943. set thi goal stl your office or factory, inspa ih for two -and 6 ha~f hours until
sa sie u ocmpe, sohi /
"Wehe came, Mrs., Kimball sasaidim
These farm youths are building
downcast eyes o financial reserves, ad urging their
getting them- parents to do' the same, for afterseve emegtnie -adttelhehem --_____-- --- s~elves into the ~ ~ -~ C the-wcar necessities, to meet finan- -' __________kerchiskendfcod Tol his Pigs Go to War iw y get started in college.
he looked up in Sur Sophia said s 's Johnny Clay o ol- svn ow' o m buitl g ad
hrefhdcome to thei door.' As Mount, ,NortlA Carolina, is typical, of for the-,other things they ,will need ~Goheu nisowe deraantep tepror t s se e y n n9 SROe4sm sS O s a e
Te followed le ioul th pareo kfarn children raising victory Pigs 'when they're timorroh s ga's farme(s-A )
ste axshocked glances a t h eyan- a ni mwaer, o8 E R .S ny tr-gh s n w'F
hinadai~y by hapu tlru 1evobitterfits to "far itds up d homsehonmaagkerO
brows lifted. Sophia was not eve u o att ebv i 1 sma2 11 freF
i mourning. The parlor shaded own o Hl Once w
were not even drawn. V /~. ?,i1~-i ~.,4 .
"It's nice of you to come," Sopugiavvor4mr4n r cone-Cld$ .7
said. "Do sit down." they d wave oga .
"We came," Mrs. Ki~mball 'said O KAM3
almost rep1.Urogy, "to tellJjyob that ~ miuu
our hearts are bleeding e r and4IS- scuedDAmrcn _ltyJorL__54us
yourgreatloss.n a' 'r p no B ma i 1odu r R A l e
44- "We know how lonely, you must be fin_______out here,yt Mrs. Weatyngton said. That new cooking range, whether
!With nothing to take your mind offglioffenuRosebud is' eight, ad the vose it be gas, hdelefTric or otherwise, isrrdn
off he siffe an beautiful shade of caramel fudge, something t$o -look forward to When
-,,'reached in her purse for a hand e day and Pap, nther is gon fcsr ht rdo s mmp.4
kerchief. T Brlov. a aro t si e War is- ed p ou b it N ey5
I -keep busy," Sophia said she is eknon, on 'appromately al- saving now to buy it. Put a definite .mY.Gl1
.1 w. SA... v..L A IUI've just finished applying for thn amount every payday, ten percent Toiu t Newspaper, 1 Yr. w sapYr T aes Maa'o
deiVil child".. It was on her' devil- of y'u paychek ito ea
~ere evi in suram e fr offic t child nlays that Rosebud tied the e s talEnjoy the fithest magazines H oa2
The visiting ladies' could' not re- knots in the shirts that Mammy had 0a*while saving tires; and gas.( ER n
alst a shocked glance at one s taken in for washing, and poured the aeOnly through this newsiwhole of the vanilla bottle into v the hlar Mechane JLsted sRU BSelecthTw
"I want to get it right away," So-, j ammy said.lRoer ger
oterud- wepaperni n h ithn lncadlar.0 eb Maaiyou.. 32 0Aneia Putr rl.2r
alsa "oo I can-put it into War through bitter, tears, to "flavor it Sp c 'Both For Prices Shown big reading b arg Y .ns F
he at boy hasn't finished fight- tnher angel days 'Rosebud is Srn Lol TIbune aO
igyet; o by a lnsht" eulyimaginative edven- if a more mai copo to us TODAY.zie AeFo Ie
wggeladies were so occupied with etul ONLnt of Sprt ei romYr.
tiilae Mam wass seALLdm a-O ucsfFrn2.5esae r Souter FAgRiutrs ON2LYr
-,feelingd horrified sso helt by nnt fter hncild
wit au~ largeou hame in herehndaved:*
mother-thaSnenting theatdevilf her was dut E0l AmericOnPI1..rNANDWAILT
'' alos ehvou n ered n no Vng r il./ nc whn--- ~' ~Ameri~can -Girl, Z76V5oom tup$
M eticed Sophia's hands. Under the Ro se got NEW0PAPERk
n-, folds of h~er clean print dress, waeEolcenn.. A American Hmze .73.5
-'oer of acWAEh uo eceyplni on don?
l.ainst thei iseat of her chair, they R de erand sc ofrede'l "c- "emeemeanIPnultry----ur- 2.Peasrsed m th
oin tieekicn woenB W o o m fill r ngaupGm stoam 0 Amenerts ofult yo n 2c e e y paury STRE'I OR .P.D P
e fe yor@oe h ief the Treasury Depart.htte ieal haveo thenmoPeyceayo ttne0BterHms&adns2 Pulr Tribues. r
- -U. S. Treasury Dspoprtment Mnm n dapy )o o'uh odsi hepn tha Trrouy husarmnd ole''eky36 3.0 4OL s lc'~1Y